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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: 11/2/2007
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BAHAMAS EDITION


Life. Money. Balance


Volume: 103 No. 284


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007


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At least one dead

after nation is

drenched by Noel


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
rmissick@tribunemedia.net
TROPICAL Storm Noel
drenched the Bahamas yes-
terday leaving in its wake
record flooding that is
believed to be responsible for
at least one death in Exuma
and devastating losses for
some home owners on Long
Island.
Nevertheless, all public
schools are expected to open
today and all public servants
will return to work this morn-
ing.
Officials from the Water
and Sewerage Corporation
were confident that the water
supply would not be contami-
nated due to the flooding, but


raised concern about the prac-
tice of some Bahamians using
the sewerage system as storm
drainage.
In New Providence the
Pinewood Gardens and Nas-
sau Village areas reportedly
experienced at least two feet
of flooding, requiring the
police to assist in the evacua-
iion of five people from
Pinewoo 3iardcns and ihiee
from Nassau Village.
In Long Island 51 persons
were evacuated to the local
doctor's office and the com-
munity centre. Some 332 peo-
ple were evacuated from their
homes in Abaco, including
four tourists from Man-o-War
Cay.
SEE page 14


Man drowns in Exuma
POLICE have confirmed that one person has drowned in the
Farmer's Hill area of Exuma as Tropical Storm Noel swept across
the island.
It is the firsitdeath in the Bahamas thought to be connected to the
storm, which is being blamed for 81 deaths in Cuba, Haiti and the
Dominican Republic.
Assistant Commissioner Marvin Dames told The Tribune yesterday
that the police had been made aware of the death, but that they were
not in a position to give any further details.
However, there were reports yesterday that the deceased was Kevin
Milford, known as DJ K, the DJ at the local radio station. He was said
to be on his way to work with another person, when the truck he was
in became submerged in a flooded street. The two men were reportedly
forced to swim, but Mr Milford was said to be swept away by a current.
His body was later recovered according to sources.
He said that all police officers on Exuma were out on duty at the
time, and that senior officers in Nassau would have to wait until they
returned to their stations for an update.
SEE page 14


A POLICE officer calls for support to get this car out of the water on Charles W Saunders Highway
yesterday after Tropical Sterm Noel soaked the Bahamas.


New laws to be introduced on Long Island suffers
building in low-lying areas 'devastating losses'
SRBv KARIN HFRIRG


Tribune Staff
Reporter
kherig@tribunemedia.net
AS ISLANDS
throughout theI
Bahamas experienced
severe flooding in the
wake of Tropical Storm
Noel, Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham yes-
terday announced that
his government will be soon introducing new
laws to restrict people from building their
homes and businesses in low-lying areas.
Speaking at a press conference held by the
National Emergency Management Agency
SEE page 14


* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
kherig@tribunemedia.net
THE people of Long Island yesterday suf-
fered "devastating losses" as water levels rose to
record highs and flooded hundreds of homes
and businesses.
Speaking yesterday morning at a National
Emergency Management Agency press confer-
ence, meteorologist Arthur Rolle said that Trop-
ical Storm Noel brought Long Island a record of
15 inches of rain.
"Generally an inch and a half of rain can
cause flooding," Mr Rolle explained.
Long Island was pounded by Tropical Storm
Noel for the past two days and for the second
time in just one month the island experienced'
SEE page 14


New Providence

'dodges bullet'

as Noel swerves

into Atlantic

NEW Providence "dodged
the bullet" yesterday, as Tropi-
cal Storm Noel swerved out into
the Atlantic.
Surprised members of the
public began calling into The
Tribune early yesterday after-
noon, when against all expec-
tations, there was a sudden shift
in the storm.
SEE page 19

Emergency

units on

alert in

Eleuthera
ELEUTHERA yesterday had all
emergency units on alert as Noel
suddenly changed course and head-
ed straight for the island.
All shelters were open as the
storm veered away from Nassau and
sped eastwards with Eleuthera in its
sights.
Claudius Culmer, local govern-
ment chairman for Savannah Sound,
said: "We are well-prepared. We
have good co-operation here and
are perpetually on standby in situa-
tions like this."


SEE page 14


Possible contradictions exposed

in PLP investigator's testimony


* By BRENT DEAN
Tribune Staff Reporter
bdean@tribunemedia.net
SOME possible contradic-
tions were exposed in the tes-
timony of PLP investigator
John Munroe as cross-exami-
nation began in the Pinewood
election court case before
Senior Justice Anita Allen and
Justice Jon Isaacs.
The aggressive questioning
by Michael Barnett, lead attor-


ney for the FNM, on Wednes-
day about the details and pro-
cedures of his investigation,
led Mr Munroe to admit to the
court that he did not recognize
a voter, Latania Newman-Fer-
guson he said he had met and
who he previously identified
in his initial testimony, when
asked by PLP lawyer Philip
"Brave" Davis.
Upon further questioning
about not recognizing the
woman he had previously


identified, but said he did.not
recall meeting, Mr Munroe
then told the court that he
recalled seeing the woman on
one of his two visits to her res-
idence, as she was doing work
on the other visit.
Mr Barnett also questioned
if the investigator had met
some of the people he claimed
he did in earlier testimony. Mr
Munroe had testified that he
SEE page 19


Woman

missing
THE family of 23-year-old
Stacey Missick is concerned
about her whereabouts. If any-
one has any information about
the young woman, who has
been missing fom her Key West
Street home for the past two
weeks, they are asked to con-
tact her mother, Linda Clark at
326-8455.


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Haitians from The Mud flock to shelters Mother charged with attack


HAITIANS from The Mud
settlement in Marsh Harbour,
Abaco, flocked to storm shelters
yesterday as Noel was poised to
dump several inches of rain on
the island.
The immigrants needed "no
persuading" because they remem-
bered wading through waist-high
water when a big storm last


TROPICA

EXE'INT


struck, said Red Cross workers.
By 1.30pm yesterday, 140
Haitians were sheltered at the
New Haitian Mission Baptist
Church, where families were bed-
ding down on the floor.
Mr Sarone Kennedy, a loss pre-
vention supervisor who does Red
Cross voluntary work with his
wife Regina, said: "We are about
full here now, so I have advised
that they open up another shelter.
"We tell the Haitians the shel-
ters are open and they need no
persuading because they remem-
ber all too well what has hap-
pened in the past."
By lunchtime yesterday, water
was already collecting in The


DECORATING 101


Mud and the centre of the storm
was still several hours away.
Mr and Mrs Kennedy, who
have been doing Red Cross work
for eight years, are helping social
services in accommodating fami-
lies in peril.
The Mud settlement is particu-
larly flood-prone. "The last time
we had a big storm, Haitians liv-
ing there were waist-deep in
water. So when we open the shel-
ters, they come quite readily,"
said Mr Kennedy.
"We encourage tlem to bring
their own supplies, but we do
have food and drink on the
premises and we also have paper
cups and plates.


"We register everyone as they
come into the shelter and take
note of their medical needs. We
always want to know who's here
and this is recorded for both
social services and the Red
Cross."
Mr Kennedy said most of the
people were "a bit apprehensive"
as the storm approached. "But
they are in pretty good spirits," he
added.
A Marsh Harbour resident said
The Mud could flood to a depth
of three or four feet in heavy rain.
"It is much more of a problem
than its neighboring settlement,
Pigeon Pea, because it is so low-
lying," he added.


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Magistrate's Court Wednes-
day with the recent attack
and beating of a 12-year-
old St George's High
School student.
Georgette Carmae
Bullard of No. 3 Maliboo
Drive, Maliboo Reef,
pleaded not guilty to the
charge. The prosecution


alleged that on Wednesday,
October 24, she intention-
ally caused harm to
Bernard Rolle, Jr, on the St
George's high school cam-
pus.
Acting Deputy Chief
Magistrate Helen Jones,
who granted the accused
$1,000 bail with one surety,
adjourned the case to May
5, 2008 at 10am.


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* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net


t FREEPORT Stephanie
Rahming, the official in
charge of the Emergency
Operation Centre in Freeport,
said that the designated shel-
ter for residents of East
Grand Bahama at the Mau-
rice Moore Primary School
remains empty.
The shelter, which can
accommodate up to 800 per-
sons, has been open since
Wednesday for anyone who
may wish to ride out the
storm on higher ground.
Ms Rahming said that up
until yesterday afternoon,
only one person had reported
to that shelter.
At the time, Tropical Storm
Noel was moving at 6 mph
with maximum sustained
winds of 60 mph. Tropical
storm-force winds extend 130
miles (215 kilometers) out
from the storm's centre.
1 In Grand Bahama, some
t : businesses have boarded up
their property, and some res-
idents have shuttered their
windows.
However, up until 1pm yes-
terday there was not much
change in the weather which
Si had consisted of slight winds,.
light rain showers, and oyer-
Scastiskies for the past two
- days'.
Several-businesses
Remained open and kept reg-
ular hours on Thursday.

Supplies
Larry Rolle, manager of
Dolly Madison Home Centre,
i reported that business has
: been, very slow in terms of
t persons coming in and pur-
:I chasing hurricane supplies.
SI "It is not as we had expect-
ed and it appears that persons
lare prepared and have
already stocked up on sup-
plies for the storm," he said.
Grand Bahama, which is
very low lying, can expect to
see some flooding probably,
4 in East Grand Bahama, which
is expected to experience
; some tropical storm condi-
: tions from Noel.
io Ms Rahming said that EOC
is continuing to watch the sys-
tem and will provide trans-
i; portation for residents who
wish to be moved to the shel-
S*:ter.
' In addition to the Maurice
Moore Primary School, three
other shelters are on standby
if the need arises.
"Right now, we are here
taking calls and we have
advised persons if they need
transportation to call the
EOC at 351-4902, 351-4903,
351-4904 and 351-4906.
"If there is a need for per-
sons to move we would wish
They would be moved before
S he system comes closer, or
S qome to our area. But persons
*are not inclined to move
at this time," she said.
Ms Rahming said Freeport
Meteorologist Donna Dun-
6ombe has informed them
that Orand Bahama could
expect to feel the effects of
the storm sometime today.
"We' don't know the extent
of the rains, and they say we
could expect some squally
showers depending on what
S is happening," she said.
Ms Rahming said that
NEMA is a part of the EOC
in Grand Bahama and a rep-
resentative is on hand in
Freeport.
Some residents in the
southern coastal settlements,
including Mack Town,
Hunters, Lewis Yard, and
Pinder's Point, live in homes
that are still vulnerable
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material in the wake of that
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Foot-dragging PLP gov't exposed

AMONG POLITICIANS it depends upon again. We understand that there is a partic-
which side of the House of ular judicial official, who among the prison
Assembly they sit as to whether they believe population, has earned himself the name of
a reduced jury nine instead of 12 in non- "Mr Bail."
capital cases -will help speed up the judicial "Anything will help," said one senior
process, police officer when asked his thoughts on
The Opposition, as one would expect, is the amendments to the Act. "At the moment
against the amendment to the Juries Act. It we have hit rock bottom."
wants to gather more facts and have more The officers with whom we have talked
discussion with "civil society." And so the maintain that, despite the statistics, which
debate, which was to have continued in the give the impression that the Bahamas has a
House this Wednesday, instead of being com- large criminal community, most of these
pleted on October 24, was again postponed crimes are being committed by a handful of
to Monday because of the threat of Tropical repeat offenders. If these persons could get
Storm Noel. before the courts, and then behind bars,
The Opposition now has until Monday to there would be a dramatic drop in crime,
marshal its facts to explain why it thinks it they contend. The police are now for the
would be a mistake to have a reduced jury. first time, in their daily police reports, bring-
Apparently, for them there is something tra- ing to the public's attention that many of
ditionally sacred in the figure 12. the crimes committed are by persons out on
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has bail. Of course, this turns the heat on the
exploded their claim that the judiciary was courts as public attention is now focused on
not consulted. Not only did Mr Ingraham sit an over burdened judicial system.
down with Chief Justice Sir Burton Hall, but A police officer said that periodically a
he said Sir Burton had written to the- Christie ....new crop of criminals will come on stream.
government last year asking that the jury be He blames this on the hardened criminal,
reduced in size. Maybe, Mr Christie would out on bail, who recruits younger Bahamians
now tell Bahamians whether Sir Burton's to join his band of thieves. These new
letter was answered and if so, what was gov- recruits see that bail is easily available and
ernment's decision at that time. And, if the one spends little or no time behind prison
letter was ignored, why was it ignored? bars. In their eyes crime does pay. Mean-
Former PLP attorney general Alfred while, a frightened community exists in their
Seais also revealed that the Chief Justice homes behind their own security bars.
had made recommendations to his govern- The officer said that with so many cases
ment in 2003 about amendments to the Juries pending for so long, and the accused roaming
Act. Why didn't the Christie government the streets on bail, there is the problem of
deal with this matter then? Now that the witnesses being tampered with, or being lost
Ingraham government is taking the first step to the system by death or forgetting impor-
towards amending the act, the foot-dragging tant details because of the passage of time.
former government, wants more delays. The longer a case is delayed the more seri-
Desmond Bannister, Minister of State for ously it is compromised. As many police offi-
Legal Affairs, also told the House that he cers have said over the years, this delay
was informed that "when the Bar Council works to the advantage of the trial lawyer
held a seminar for the purpose of apprising and his client, but to the disadvantage of the
members of'this Bill (The Juries (Amend- community.
ment) Bill) and other developments in the The officer said that anything that would
law, fewer than 40 members showed up." shorten the time to empanel a jury would
We now think that this Opposition "red greatly help the court system and start get-
herring" can be put to rest. ting guilty offenders off the streets and
Has anyone in this whole debate bothered behind bars. In his opinion, and the opinion
to. ask the police their thoughts on whether a of his colleagues, a jury of 9 instead of 12
smaller jury would help them get the crimi- with fewer challenges allowed counsel on
nals off the streets and behind bars sooner? either side in non-capital cases would be a
These are the men and women who risk their great help.
lives daily in a constant hunt for the same law Of course, a smaller jury would be a start,
breakers. As soon as they get them to court, but, there is now such a backlog of cases
a magistrate releases them back to the streets that more trial judges are also urgently need-
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Nassau, The Bahamas
(242) 302-9300/1
Hon. Branville McCartney
Minister of Tourism and
Aviation
George St. Bolam House
P.O. Box N-3701
Nassau, The Bahamas
(242) 302-2000
.I would sincerely expect for
there to be some recourse


with a'view to compensating
this individual for her mis-
treatment as well as for the
eventual reprimand of this
Immigration officer for his dis-
play. I would also hope that
this incident could also be
, used as an example of the sort
of attitudes that we need to
curb here in the Bahamas.
Indeed we are a beautiful
nation, but we Bahamians
must also remember that
beauty remains in the eyes of
the beholder.
TAMICO GILBERT
Nassau,
October 31, 2007


EDITOR, The Tribune.
AS A Bahamian citizen that
has lived in Nassau my entire
life, it was with great disap-
pointment and shame that I
read the letter-titled, "Warm
welcome to the Bahamas"
that was published in your
newspaper on October 29,
2007. The relating of such bla-
tant discrimination and mis-
treatment of a Guyanese
national at the hands of a
Bahamian Immigration offi-
cer left me feeling so badly
that I felt compelled to write
and offer my sincerest apology
on behalf of my fellow
Bahamians and to hopefully
offer myself as an example
that his attitude and actions
in no way reflect the sentiment
that all Bahamians carry
towards Guyanese or towards
other CARICOM nationals.
As there can simply be no
excuse made for the poor
treatment that this Guyanese
lady and Caribbean sister suf-
fered at the hands of this
immigration officer, I will not
even attempt to offer an
explanation as to what may
have led to this officer's obvi-
ous predisposition to hostili-
ty. I will say though that I have
noticed a disturbing trend
among some of my country-
men towards the skewed per-
ception that tourists originat-
ing from the global north are
in some way deserving of---
more courtesy than those orig-
inating from the global south,
inclusive of our sister nations
in the region.
As Bahamians, like myself,
who are proud to be a part of
the most beautifully diverse'
region on the planet continue
to do what we can to dispel
such nonsensical views, I
would like to strongly encour-
age the lady who had the mis-
fortune of encountering this
cretin to lodge an official com-
plaint by contacting any or all
of the official representatives
listed below:
Mr. Vernon Burrows
Director of Immigration
Bahamas Department of
Immigration
P.O. Box N 83-1
Nassau, The Bahamas
(242) 322-7531
Hon. Brent Symonette
Minister of Foreign Affairs
P.O. Box N 3746


Write history without


any eliminations

EDITOR, The Tribune.
ONE does admire the consistency of Fr Sebastian
Campbell and his National Heroes Committee, however,
more and more the public is understanding what part
of Bahamian history his Committee solely wishes to
record.
If we as a people are going to write our history then we
have to write as best as research can produce and validate
as far back as possible without any eliminations and cer-
tainly not exclusively focused on what seems to be the
scope of Fr Campbell, the exclusive recounter of Afro-
Bahamian history.
--I-wou4c-hope'that very soon all steps will be taken to
once and for all identify which island was the actual land-
fall of Columbus?
Surely there is some US, British or Spanish University
with the grant who in conjunction with the College of The.
Bahamas would research what we know today as Cat
Island, originally San Salvador, and once and for all for
the world (it is that important) state that we have found
obvious archaeological proof that the island known today
as Cat Island was to all intents the Columbus landfall.
Further there should be a chair at COB for National
Heritage Research.
I will never support the discriminatory approach of
any who simply want to recall the past after the arrival of
the African Slaves as very serious omissions in our history
will have been "officially sanctioned".
What is what we say? We always know our Ma but
don't be too sure who was your Pa!
If the DNA of the majority of us was taken I am rea-
sonably sure that you will find in the gene that is carried.
down without any changes that somewhere there will be
a Caucasian connection in every single Bahamian and
likely the other way, the African gene in those who say
they are Caucasian.
History and the telling of it must be clean, pure and
essentially void of discrimination.
H HUMES
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Drivers sent

to hospital

after two-car

collision
FREEPORT A two-
car collision at the inter-
section of East Sunrise
Highway and East
Atlantic Drive sent both
drivers to hospital and left
two vehicles extensively
damaged Tuesday
evening.
The collision with a
1999 Toyota Corolla car
No. 5938 took place
around 7.40pm Tuesday
yhen Ryan Flowers, 24, of
Palm Club Apartments,
driving a 1988 Chevy 1500,
truck No 4734, west on
East Sunrise Highway,
crossed the intersection at
East Atlantic Drive. The
Toyota was being driven
south on East Atlantic
Drive by Jean Kidner, 24,
)f Pinders Point. Accord-
ing to Chief Supt Basil
Rahming Kidner allegedly
failed to stop at the stop
sign.
Debris from the impact
was scattered across the
vide intersection and
traffic Police had to
divert the flow of vehicu-
lar traffic away from the
accident scene, for about
30 minutes.
Mr Flowers was later
discharged from the Rand
Memorial Hospital after
receiving treatment for his
-injuries. Kidner was
detained on the surgical
ward, and has now also
been released.
Traffic police are con-
tinuing their investigation
into this accident.


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FREEPORT Two
Canadian visitors, both
women, were held up and
robbed Wednesday after-
noon in the Silver Cove area
by an unknown man, who
was driving a 'white car.
At about 2 pm, Ms
Heather Leah Wylie, 45. of
No. 740 Brown Street, Thun-
derbay, Ontario, and Ms
Lorna Jean Akervall, 55, of
No. 54 Banning Thunder-
bay, Ontario,
both guests at the Ocean
Reef Resort, were riding
their bicycles east on
Bahama Reef Boulevard. In
the vicinity of Silver Reef
Cove, a white two-door car
with two men inside, travel-
ling in the same direction,
pulled;alongside the women.
The car then turned sharply
across their path and
stopped, causing both
women to fall.
The car's driver got out
and/ approached them as
they were struggling to get
up off the ground. He
grabbed their handbags. As
he headed back to the car,
Ms Akervall wrestled her
bag away from him, Howev-
er, he sped off in the car with
Ms Wyllie's bag, which con-
tained a T-Baytel Samsung
cell phone in a black case,
one waist pouch, one 35mm
camera, $85 cash, one Ocean
Reef Resort room key, one
towel card with contract doc-
uments for Island Seas
Timeshare Resort.
The culprit is described
as 5'8" to 5'10" tall, slim
build, dark complexion, hair
in dreadlocks, wearing black
trousers and a black muscle
tee-shirt.
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that can assist the police with
this investigation, is asked
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Andros 'fares well'


ANDROS has fared well
despite being in the projected
path of Tropical Storm Noel,
emergency management offi-
cials said yesterday.
Up to early yesterday after-
noon, the island had only expe-
rienced overcast skies and
minor flooding in some areas,
the National Emergency Man-
agement Agency said.
This comes after residents of
the community of Red Bays,
Andros, announced on Tues-
day that they were expecting
"deliverance" from yet another
storm.
Having weathered several
full-blown hurricanes in the
past, the Rev Bertram Newton
said his settlement had nothing
to fear.
"We are on high ground, so
Red Bays always escapes flood-
ing," he told The Tribune yes-
terday.
"And we have trees around
Red Bays that save us from high
winds. So God takes care of us."
However, the Baptist church
has been designated a hurricane
or stbrm shelter just in case -
and home-owners have been
battening down against storm-
force winds.
"Things look okay at the


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moment, and all the boats have
been pulled up on the shore,"
he said.
The 82-year-old preacher has
lived in Red Bays all his life,
except for a year of teacher
training in Nassau.
"I was born here and it has
been a very happy life," he said.
"We have had plenty of hurri-
canes before, and this is only a
tropical storm, so we are look-
ing forward to minimal dam-
age."
Meanwhile, tourists who
hoped to go diving off San Sal-
vador's shoreline had to make
do with bar games instead as
Noel churned up waters round
the island on Wednesday.
A spokesman at the Riding
Rock Inn in Cockburn Town
said Americans and Europeans
who had checked in for the
week chose to stay indoors
rather than go out in the
storm.
"The airport is closed until
the weather clears, so there is
nowhere to go," he said.
"They're a bit disappointed, but
they're making the best of it by
playing games in the bar."
Police on the island said there
were no emergencies and roads
remained clear of flooding.


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* By ALISON LOWE
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alowe@tribunemedia.net
WITH rising levels of obe-
sitv being recorded amongst
the population, Bahamians
should be rightly concerned
about a landmark study link-
ing fatness to an increased
risk of cancer.
A report released this week
details how scientists have


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weight range.
Obesity is generally defined
in medical terms as a condi-
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BMI can be determined by
taking your height in metres
and dividing it by your weight
in kilos.squared (times itself). being underweight" is the
The latest research, carried surest way to avoid develop-
out by the World Cancer ing cancer.
Research Fund, has returned This means that even the
with the conclusion that being cancer risk factor of persons
as slim as possible "without within what has normally

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N HAVANA
NEWLY elected municipal assemblies will convene across Cuba in
two weeks as the communist-run island's multitiered-election process
advances without word on the future of an ailing Fidel Castro, accord-
ing to Associated Press.
In an order published Thursday on the front page of the state
newspaper Granma, Cuba's top executive body decreed that the
15,236 municipal assembly members elected on Oct.21 and in two sub-
sequent runoff votes will meet for the first time Nov. 16. The order was
signed by Castro's brother and acting president Raul.
Assembly members will later start choosing candidates for parlia-
mentary elections due sometime next spring.
It is unclear whether Fidel Castro. 81, will be healthy enough to run
for parliament where he must hold a seat to remain head of gov-
ernment. Even if he retains his seat, legislators could decide to replace
him with his brother as head of the Council of State.
Fidel Castro has been Cuba's unchallenged leader for nearly five
decades, from his 1959 overthrow of dictator Fulgencio Batista until
July 2006, when emergency intestinal surgery forced him to cede
power to his younger brother, his designated successor.
,,The elder Castro has not been seen in public since, although he con-
tinues to sign published essays every few days and appeared lucid in
recent government videos. He retains his post a top the governing
Council of State.


been considered the healthy
weight range would improve
from slimming, said the study.
The report's conclusions
came out of analysis of 40
years of international research
- a total of almost 7,000 can-
cer studies into the links
between lifestyle and the dis-
ease. It also took in the rec-
ommendations of 21 panels of
renowned experts globally.
It found "convincing" evi-
dence that excess fat can
cause six different types of
common cancers, including
those of the breast, bowel and
pancreas.
Recommendations coming
out of the study include not
gaining weight once over the
age of 21, avoiding drinking
alcohol or eating red or
processed meats, such as ham,
bacon and frankfurters.
According to the London
Guardian, Sir Michael Mar-
mot, who chaired the expert
panel, said: "We are recom-
mending that people aim to
be as lean as possible within
the healthy range, and that
they avoid weight gain
throughout adulthood.
"This might sound difficult,
but this is what the science is
telling us more clearly than
ever before. The fact is that
putting on weight can increase
your cancer risk, even if you
are still within the healthy
range.
"So the best advice for can-
cer prevention is to avoid
\\ cight gain, and if you are
already overweight then you
should aim to lose weight."
Speaking at the health fair,
Dr Minnis said that the prime
minister had committed him-
self to seeking ways in which
the price of healthier foods -
such as fruits and vegetables -
can be decreased in this coun-
try. as cost has been recog-
nised as a prohibitive factor
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Teen charged

with murder
A PINEWOOD Gardens
teenager was charged with
murder in Freeport Magis
trate's Court Wednesday
morning and a Queen's Cove
resident was charged with con-
cealing him from arrest.
Shawn Mortimer, 18, also
known as "Donkey", was
charged with the July 12th
murder of Elima Souffrant. It
was reported that Souffrant
was walking on Meadow
Street in Nassau when he wa\
stabbed to death.
Mortimer is a resident' ol
No. 1408 Guinep Tree Sircei
Pinewood Gardens, New
Providence.
The prosecution alleged that
Mortimer was "concerned
with another" when the crime
was committed.
Shortly after Souffrant's
murder, 17-year-old Romande
Huyler of Turtle Drive
Carmichael Road, New Prov-
idence, was arrested and late
charged in the Magistrate',
Court in Nassau, in connec-
tion with the incident.
Mortimer, who was noi
represented by counsel ir
Freeport, was not required t(
plead to the indictable charge
Acting Deputy Magistratt
Helen Jones explained the
charge to the teenager, also
the purpose for holding a pre-
liminary inquiry into the mat-
ter. She then adjourned the
hearing to November 19 at
10am in Chief Magistrate
Roger Gomez's court No. 1 in
Nassau.
Mortimer, who was denied
bail, was remanded to Fox Hill
Prison, Nassau.
Ryan Oneil Wood, 35, of
No. 130 Hampshire Apart-
ments, Queen's Cove, was
charged with "knowing that
Shawn Mortimer had com-
mitted a crime of murder, did
aid in concealing him with the
purpose of enabling him to
avoid lawful arrest." Wood.
who also appeared before
Magistrate Jones, pleaded not
guilty to the charge.
His case was adjourned to
10am May 5. 2008. '
He was granted $5,000 baiii
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FNM government

urged to address

'the degeneration

of judicial system'
IHI' GRAND) Balhama
Human Rights Associa
lion is urging the FNM
goverlninelll to address
the continuing "'degenera-
tion o Ithe judicial sys-
tem' which they claim
was ignored by the PLP in
the last live years.
President of the
GBHRA Fred Smith said
in a press release yester-
day that the association is
appealing to the new gov-
ernminent to tackle the
issue of the collapse of
the judicial system both in
the ci\il and criminal
courts
"'The herculean efforts
of individual judges
labouring undei archaic
and sometimes abusive
conditions \ which not only
offend their dignity but
their pockets. is unaccept-
able in a 2 1st century
Bahamas which promotes
itself as a place of invest-
ment, retirement and
tourism to the world." Mr
Smith said
The association presi
dent reiterated that
"quick fixes." like the
proposed hurried amend-
ments to the Juries Act.
are "ill-conceived band-
aid solutions which preju-
dice rights."
The GBHRA declared
that it supports the presi-
dent of the Bar Associa-
tion, Wayne Munroe, in
his appeal to promote the
reform of the judicial sys-
tem rather than quick fix-
es.
The GBHRA stated
that the northern
Bahamas' judicial system
was particularly neglected
during the PLP's five-year
term in office.,
The situation of the
Magistrate and Supreme
Courts in Freeport, Mr
Smith said. "is completely
out of control."
The appointment of a
new Supreme Court
Judge toF Peeport, who
will be starting in Novem-
ber, is merely "window
dressing," Mr Smith
added.
"For five years, the
PLP failed to staff the
Attorney General's
Office for the entire
northern region and Jus-
tice (John) Lyons correct-
ly eviscerated the then
attorney general, Mrs
Allyson Gibson, for her
misconceived 'Swift Jus-
tice', incompetent admin-
istration of criminal pros-
ecutions and the PLP for
causing a constitutional
crisis in compromising the
independence of the judi-
ciary by failing to abide
by the law in remunera-
tion of judges," the asso-
ciation president said in
his statement.
The association said it
is urging the government
to appoint a Law Reform
Commission, "with terms
of reference to consider
the present state of the
administration of justice
and recommend structur-
al and visionary reform."
S"Our association is
opposed to lacklustre
piecemeal efforts by
politicians pandering to
the public vote," the
GBHRA said.


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to protect parrotfish


* By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff
Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

PARROTFISH are cru-
cial to the maintenance of
healthy coral reefs and it
has been recommended
that speedy action must be
taken to further protect the
species if the Caribbean's
coral reefs are not to be
permanently damaged.
A new study has revealed
that the colourful fish play
an important role in keep-
ing down levels of seaweed
and algae which, if left
unchecked, have the poten-
tial to damage reefs
beyond repair, according
to the BBC.
In view of this, a chief
researcher has recom-
mended that a change of
policy is instituted to "to
establish controls over the
use of fish traps, which par-
rotfish are particularly vul-
nerable to" and that per-,
sons be encouraged to
complain to management if
they see the fish offered on
local menus.

Seaweed

Research published this
month in the journal
Nature points to the fact
that reefs have been seen
becoming increasingly
overtaken by seaweed and
the Caribbean is one of the
worst effected regions.
While prior to the 1980s,
the fish was joined in its
reef "grazing" activities by
a herbivorous urchin, a
separate study in the Exu-
ma Land and Sea Park dur-
ing that decade discovered
this urchin was brought
near extinction by a mys-
terious disease leaving
the parrotfish alone to
keep the amount of sea-


weed and algae on the
reefs down.
When numbers of par-
rotfish grazing an area
dips, suggested the
research, reefs are less
capable of recovering from
events w which cause
upheaval in the mar ine
environment. such as hur-
ricanes, as coral Lirvac can
only grow on rocks ori dead
coral that are. algae IfreL

Researchers
With this in mind,
researchers from the Uni
versity of Exeter -j funded
in their efforts by the US
Environmental Protection
Agency have recom-
mended that urgent action
must be taken to ensure
parrotfish are protected in
order that reef regenera-
tion continues.
Professor Peter Mumby
of the University of Exeter,
a marine ecologist and lead
author on the paper, said
that the key is not to wait
until reefs are degeneral
ed, but to act now.
"The future of some
Caribbean reefs is in the
balance and if we carry on
the way we are then reefs
will 'change forever. This
will be devastating for the
Caribbean's rich marine
environment. which is
home to a huge range of
species as well as being
central to the livelihood of
millions of people." he
said.
A separate study in the
January 2006 issue of the
journal Sci'mi n found that
a fishing ban within the
Exuma Land and Sea Park
in 1986 contributed to
making parrotfish seven
times more abundant with-
in that locale than in other
comparable areas in ith
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By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
kherig@tribunemedia.net
THE cost of Tropical Storm
Noel for the tourism industry
has yet to be calculated, but in
spite of cancelled cruise ship
arrivals and the departure of
soine visitors, tourism officials
said that the country was able
to retain a significant number
of its tourists during Tropical
Storm Noel.
Director general of tourism
Vernice Walkine told the
media at a special NEMA
press conference yesterday
morning that during the storm
there were still some 3,000
tourists in New Providence,
around 1,000 in Grand
Bahama, about 100 in the Aba-
cos and many others scattered
throughout the Family Islands.
"A few (visitors) chose to
leave, not a lot because they
were satisfied that the accom-
modations and all other
arrangements for their safety
were in place, so we do still
have a good complement of
visitors throughout the coun-
try," she said.
With the flooding experi-
g enced in several of the Family
<, Islands, Ms Walkine said that it
== is fortunate that the majority of
"= hotels on those islands are tra-
g ditionally closed at this time
"'" of year.
E In Grand Bahama, she said,
^'. only one hotel, the Old
- Bahama Bay, chose to evacu-
ate their guests to the Sheraton
Our Lucaya as they were wor-


ried about flooding in the area.
Out of the possible 10 cruise
ships that would have been
received at the port of Nassau
this week, one ship arrived on
Tuesday and the others were
diverted or chose to stay in
port in Florida.
"We have three ships sched-
uled to arrive in Nassau on Sat-
urday and three on Sunday
and those arrivals are very
much contingent on what hap-
pens over the next day or two,"
she said.
The tourism director gener-
al said that the cost of the
storm has not yet been calcu-
lated as all the necessary
assessments have. not been
completed.
As many tourists only
delayed their vacations to the
Bahamas due to the storm, Ms
Walkine said that the industry
is looking at "revenue delayed
as opposed to revenue
denied."
Some hotels, she added, also
broke even as guests who
extended their stays due to
Tropical Storm Noel made up
for those visitors who can-
celled.
With the Lynden Pindling
International Airport expected
to reopen today at noon, Ms
Walkine said that staff from
the Ministry of Tourism will
be assisting those visitors
departing. "Staff will be there
tomorrow to help facilitate
guests who will be leaving
tomorrow. There will be some
lines, we will take care that
lines move smoothly," she said.


Airport to re-open at noon


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
rmissick@tribunemedia.net
LYNDEN Pindling Interna-
tional Airport is expected to
re-open at noon today, at
. "which time officials anticipate
that they will be processing a
large number of passengers in
a short period of time.
Joseph Albury, Deputy
Director of Civil Aviation, told
persons gathered at a NEMA
press conference yesterday that
air traffic services can only
resume after the proper safety


checks are accomplished.
"We are talking about ramp
taxiway and runway inspec-
tions. Radio equipment needs
to be checked and brought up
to standard. Our radar techni-
cians need to check for system
.accuracy," he said.
STraffic
He said that air traffic con-
trollers were expected to be at
work 10 am today and that full
airport operations would begin
at 12pm today. ,
Craig Richmond, CEO of


the Nassau Airport Develop-
ment company, said that offi-
cials were to meet early today
after the storm passes.
"We really don't know what
it would do in terms of debris
or water on the runway, we
need to mobilise all the agen-
cies working with the hotel
association and make sure we
get everyone set because there
are airlines that tomorrow
morning who actually would
not have had a flight for sev-
eral days. We anticipate a lot
of passengers in short period of
time," Mr Richmond said.


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Crime,


'posing challenges


to tle Caribbean'


CRIME and violence in
some countries of the
Caribbean are posing sig-
Iificant social and econom-
ic challenges to the region, a
top official of the Organi-
zation of American States
has said.
Assistant Secretary Gen-
eral of the OAS, Albert
Ramdin. this week told
those attending the
Woodrow Wilson Interna-
tional Centre for Scholars.
that the high rate of crime
and violence in the
Caribbean is 'undermining
growth threatening human
welfare and impeding social
dcveiopment

Terrorists
Speaking at a conference
on "Crime. Violence and
Security in the CARICOM:
C eating Conmmunity in the
Caribbean." Ramdin high-
lighted the most challeng-
ing causes at the core of the
problem as diug trafficking.
the emergence of terror net-
works. and the. linkages
between criminal gangs and
terrorists. He explained that


che illegal activities of these
criminal organizations are
conducive to the high rates
of crime and violence in the
region.
Crime. he said. must be
addressed through greater
cooperation and partner-
ships at a regional and inter-
national level. Ramdin
underscored the need for a
"coordinated regional and
international response that
transcends national and
regional boundaries" and
reiterated the OAS' com-
mitment and efforts to
strengthening hemispheric
security.
'For the OAS. building
peaceful societies and pios-
perous economies is of crit
ical importance Security
challenges arc clearly count
terproductive to these
objectives," he said. "Mult-
ti-dimensional security
threats require multi-dimen
sional, multi-disciplinary
and innovative responses. I
firmly believe that a holistic.
integrated approach to secu-
rity and crime prevention
must address development.
good governance and the


rule of law, as well as crime
prevention."
Ramdin also called for
governments to invest more
in economic, social, educa-
tion and prevention policies
that can help to combat the
challenges of drugs, guns,
and gangs, citing for
example poverty eradica-
tion and youth prog-
rammes.

Training
And he insisted there is a
need for the strengthening
of law enforcement through
increased training and tech-
mecal assistance.
I he 'OAS ASG also
called for greater coopera-
tior in intelligence sharing
among member states.
F"ic key to our success in
combating security chal-
leniges will be to reconcile
ihb. relationship between
security and development.
and to move forward with
an integrated, multi-dimen-
sional approach that eminpha.-
sizes greater cooperation
and partnership to confront
challenges," he added.


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today that Fox Searchlight
Pictures' acclaimed coming-
of-age comedy drama Juno
will be the closing night film
of this year's festival, which
takes place in December.
The film is slated to screen
on Thursday, December 13.
The announcement was made
yesterday by BIFF founder
and executive director Leslie
Vanderpool.
A Fox Searchlight Pictures
presentation, Juno is direct-
ed by Jason Reitman (Thank
You for Smoking) from a
script by Diablo Cody (Candy
Girl) and is a Mandate Pic-
tures/Mr Mudd production.
The producers are Mason
Novick and Mr Mudd part-
ners Lianne Halfon, John
Malkovich and Russell Smith.
Mandate's Joe Drake and
Nathan Kahane executive
produced with Daniel
Dubiecki, Reitman's partner
at Haid C. Jim Miller, wnc
brought the project into Man-
date, serves as co-producer
along with the company's Kei-.
li Konop and Brad Van
Arragon.
The film's all-star cast


includes Michaci Cera (Si, .
bad), Ellen Page (A-Men: The
Last Stand), Jennifer Garner
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ly in December 2007.

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with some of the finest pec
formances of il-e ::k W- (b
extremely pr.ou to have t:he
film close what we anticI :.-
will be a landma.;k f-n
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Ellen Page sta- as :" h
title character, v.h1c--s-:.i
teen confv onut :i, ;g i-I
unplanned pregnancy by bcr
classmate Bieeke- ("ic tc!
(Cera).
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friend Leah (Civia -vi ,
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perfectt" set of parents: an
affluent suburban cov.pii.
Mark and Vanessa (Bat.euiaI.
and Jennife Gaurner' 7 ocg
ing to adopt,
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.,ppri ,f' her parents (Sim-
mons and Janney) as she faces
some tough decisions, flirts
wvlh aidultlhood and ultimate-
., i hereee she
ti'" i-w ._u' begins in Nas-
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Dcc, .nncr 13. Additional
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i.ll FilintI Festivai lineup will
ie ,J in !he coming
month, organisers said.
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Film Festinal (BIFF) is a non-
p.' i organisation commit-.
.:-. o o: .di.g the local
co.mui.:.ity a ed international
Iestii\al goers with a diverse
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investigator. Front row from left: Katherine Stewart-Gibson, public affairs specialist; US Charge d'Affaires, Dr
Brent Hardt; Olympic gold medalist, Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie; Deanne Huyler, principal; Pamela Taylor,
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Debbie keeps students



on track with reading


THE faculty and students at
Woodcock Primary School got a
special treat on Wednesday a
visit by Bahamian Olympic
track star Debbie Ferguson-
McKenzie.
Mrs Ferguson-McKenzie
accepted an invitation by US
Charge d'Affaires Dr Brent
Hardt, to participate in the
Embassy's reading programme
at the school.
She was the first "celebrity
reader" for the 2007/2008 acad-
emic year.
During the visit, Mrs Fergu-
son-McKenzie and Dr Hardt
read to students in Grade 6P.
Several students also assist-
ed by reading excerpts from the
book, "A Bahamian Boyhood"
by Chester Thompson.
Mrs Ferguson-McKenzie
challenged the students to seize
every opportunity to learn while
they are in primary school.
She encouraged them to work
together and support each oth-
er, and said that no matter
where they start in life the
important thing is how they fin-
ish.
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Charge d'Affaires, Dr Brent Hardt looks on


ry, Mrs Fegvson-McKenzie
told the students .heir potential
was limitless it they worked
hard and were dedicated to
achieving their goals.
The Woodcock Primary
Reading Programale is now into
its third year.
Each Wednesday, embassy
staff volunteers read to students
in grades 1 to 6.
The celebrity reader compo-


nent of the programme was
introduced two years ago to
encourage private sector and
other outside support in the
hope that businesses and other
organizations would undertake
similar reading programmes in
other schools.
The popular initiative pro-
motes a love of reading among
Bahamian primary school stu-
dents.


Cuba praised over



renewable energy


CUBA'S regional integra-
tion role in the field of renew-
able energy sources was
praised by officials with a
Caricom renewable energy
project for the Caribbean
area.
Representatives from 10
Caricom countries, took a
two-week study trip through-
out the island to learn from
the Cuban experience in the
use of renewable energy
sources.
The trip allowed partici-
pants to see the wide scientif-
ic and technical network oper-
ating in Cuba, which is a valu-
able support for exchange and
cooperation.
The countries represented
at the gathering were
Bahamas, Barbados, Domini-
ca, Guyana, Jamaica, St.
Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St Vin-
cent & the Grenadines and
Cuba.
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eral countries in acquiring
solar panels made in Cuba,
since they would not have to
get the equipment and know-
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Waterman also expressed
the interest of Caricom coun-
tries in the Cuban experience
in using wind, solar and
hydraulic energy.


He said regional countries
need to train people in the use
of renewable energy sources
and in the setting up of infor-
mation networks on the sub-
ject. and he suggested that
Cuba could make a valuable
contribution in that
regard.
The Caricom representa-
tives also took part at a semi-
nar on the use and challenges
of renewable energy sources,
amidst the imminent exhaus
tion of fossil fuels and the cur
rent skyrocketing oil prices'on
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SAN DIEGO

JURORS began deliber-
ating Wednesday in the
case of a defence contrac-
tor accused of bribing for-
mer Congressman Duke
Cunningham, according to
Associated Press.
Brent Wilkes has plead-
ed not guilty to 13 counts
of conspiracy, bribery,
money laundering and
fraud.
Lawyers wrapped up
closing arguments
Wednesday morning.
Prosecutor Jason Forge
said Wilkes' claims of
innocence were preposter-
ous and disputed that
there were legitimate
explanations for gifts and
money given to Cunning-
ham.
Defence attorney Mark
Geragos accused prosecu-
tors of twisting the truth
and said witnesses had
incentives to lie on the
stand.
Cunningham is serving
an eight-year prison sen-
tence after pleading guilty
to accepting $2.4 million
in bribes from Wilkes and
others. He was on a wit-
ness list but was not called
to testify in Wilkes' trial.
Over two days of testi-
mony, Wilkes steadfastly
defended his work digitiz-
ing Panama Canal blue-
prints and other paper
documents for the Penta-
gon, contracts prosecutors
say he won with Cunning-
ham's assistance.
Prosecutors allege that
the congressman was
handsomely repaid with
more than $700,000 in
illicit cash payments,
meals, submachine gun
shooting lessons and the
services of two prostitutes
during a stay at a Hawai-
ian resort.
The three-week trial -
was interrupted last week
by Southern California's
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ABANDONING its secre-
cy claims, NASA promise
Congress on Wednesday ii
will reveal results of ar
unprecedented federal avia-
tion survey which found that
aircraft near collisions, run-
way interference and other
safety problems occur fai
more often than previously
recognized, according to Asso-
ciated Press.
The agency's chief also said,
however, that before any
release NASA would scrub
the data to make sure none
of the 24,000 pilots who were
interviewed anonymously
could be identified, taking
until the end of the year to
do what a survey expert told
Congress could be done in a
week.
Provoking broad criticism,
NASA had said previously it
was withholding the informa-
tion because it feared it would
upset air travellers and hurt
airline profits. NASA'cited
those reasons in refusing to
turn over the survey data to
The Associated Press, which
sought the information over
14 months under the Freedom
of Information Act.
"We did say that, and that
was the wrong thing to have
said," NASA's administrator,
Michael Griffin, testified dur-
ing an oversight hearing. "I
apologize. ... People make
mistakes. This was a mistake."
Lawmakers from both sides
were harshly critical. Rep,
Bart Gordon, D-Tenn., chair-
man of the House Science and
Technology Committee, said
NASA's reasons for with-
holding the research were
"both troubling and uncon-
vincing."
"This appears to be a mess
of NASA's own causing,"'said
Rep. James Sensenbrenner,
R-Wis., the top Republican
on the committee's oversight
-'Vnd investigations panel.%
"Yq.u've duig.yourself in a
AoJi.0 I con't say you're not,


NASA ADMINISTRATOR Michael Griffin listens to a reporter's ques-
tion during a news conference at NASA headquarters in Washington,
in this Aug. 29, 2007 file photo. Griffin is hinting to lawmakers that he
will reverse course and publicly disclose the results of a survey that
found safety problems like near collisions and runway interference
occur far more frequently than previously recognized.


digging yourself deeper from
what I've heard at this hear-
ing."
Griffin said his agency will
release the research data that
does not contain what he
described as confidential com-
mercial information. He said
NASA spent $11.3 million on
the research.
"The survey results we can
legally release will be
released, period," he said.
Griffin's end-of-the-year
timetable wasn't fast enough
for some lawmakers.
"Shouldn't it be a priority
to your agency to scrub this
and get this out to the public


immediately?" asked Rep.
Jerry Costello, D-Ill. He said
NASA "made a huge mistake
in how they responded to the
AP and to the media."

Pressure

Another lawmaker, Rep.
Harry Mitchell, D-Ariz.,
asked: "Why does it take a
hearing in Congress and pub-
lic pressure for a hearing to
get this information made
public?"
In an odd twist. Griffin
raised doubts about the relia-
bility of his own agency's
research by telling lawmakers
that NASA does not consider
the survey's methodology or
data to have been sufficiently
verified.
Griffin confirmed NASA's
research project showed many
types of safety incidents
occurring more frequently
than were reported b\ other


U.S.,government monitoring
programmes. But he cau-
tioned that the data was nev-
er validated and warned,
"There may be reason to
question the validity of the
methodology."
"We did not manage that
project well," he told Con-
gress. "We will fix it and we
will try not to do it again."
"What I'm hearing you say
is, we've just thrown $11 mil-
lion down a rathole," said
Rep. Ben Chandler, D-Ky.
"I hope that is not the case,
and I believe we should be
able to get much that is useful
from this data," Griffin said.
"But there will be cause to
question it from knowledge-,
able aviation experts."
Experts who worked on the
study say it adhered to the
highest survey industry stan-
dards. The research was "state
of the art," said Jon Krosnick,
a Stanford University profes-
sor who helped create the sur-
vey questions. Disputing Grif-
fin, Krosnick told Congress
that aviation experts from
NASA and the Federal Avia-
tion Administration, and the
White House Office of Man-
agement and Budget and oth-
er groups reviewed the
research plans. He said fur-
ther scrutiny would not have
been helpful.
"These peer review process-
es rarely yielded significant
changes in the survey
process," Krosnick said.
NASA's former head of the
research project, Robert
Dodd. told lawmakers the
survey was based on "out-
standing science," extensively
tested and ready for mean-
ingful analysis. Dodd said
NASA's earlier explanations
for withholding the informa-
tion were "without merit."
"I don't believe that the ...
data contained any informa-
tion that could compare with
the image of a crashed air car-
rier airplane or would
increase passengers' fear of
flying," Dodd said.
On Tuesday, Griffin bowed
to a request from the law-
makers and sent copies to
Capitol Hill of the raw data
contained on four CDs. At
the hearing, Gordon held the
discs aloft and asked Griffin
to identify where in NASA's
data could pilots be identified
based on what they told


researchers anonymously.
"We couldn't find it," Gor-
don said, adding that NASA's
lawyers also were unable to
identify any such examples.
"When we looked at the
data, we do not believe at this
point the data has been
scrubbed sufficiently," Grif-
fin said.
Krosnick said the identities
of pilots could be derived only
in a "very small number of
cases" and said this identify-
ing information could easily
be removed.
Officials who have worked
on the survey have said it con-
tains no pilot names or airline
names. The questionnaire
asked pilots to state how
many times in the previous 60
days they had encountered a
wide range of problems with
equipment, weather, tower
communication and other
safety issues. 4

Reasons

NASA's efforts to withhold
the safety research earlier
sparked tough talk on Capitol
Hill and in the editorial pages
of dozens of leading newspa-
pers including USA Today,
The New York Times and the
Chicago Tribune which
urged the agency to release
its research. The Times
described NASA's reasons for
withholding the information
as "lame excuses."
Griffin also has sought to
assure lawmakers that NASA
will not destroy the research.
Earlier this month, NASA
ordered the contractor that
conducted ,the survey to
return any project informa-
tion, then purge all related
data from its computers. Grif-
fin said he has rescinded those
instructions.
Although to most people
NASA is associated with
spaceflight, the agency has a
long history of aviation safety
research. Its experts study
atmospheric science and air-
plane materials and design,
among other areas.
The survey project, called
the National Aviation Opera-
tions Monitoring Service, was
launched after a White House
commission in the late 1990s
called for government efforts
to significantly reduce fatal
aircraft accidents.


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(Retail and Support Office) can accomplish business tasks.
Key responsibilities and selection criteria include;
Field incoming help requests throughout support office and retail
locations via both telephone and e-mail.
Prioritize, document and proactively resolve support office and retail
help requests.
Install Point of Sale hardware and configure systems and
applications as directed by IT operations.
Ensure network connectivity toretail network equipment and
perform preventative maintenance.
Support development and implementation of networking projects and
new technology installations.
Troubleshoot technical problems and network issues in retail
locations as directed by IT operations using excellent problem
solving skills.
Must be willing to travel to remote offices and retail locations when
required and work shifts.
College diploma or university degree in the field of computer science
or 2 years equivalent work experience specifically in the'
technology/help desk field.
Knowledge of computer hardware and network design including
printers, routers, wireless devices, switches and workstations.
Excellent working knowledge ofPC Hardware, SQL Database,
Ethernet network topology, TCP/IP, Windows XP/2003 and MS
Office 2003 products.

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hat's more than the
Vermont produces
r. And it's also more
6 million tons estim
California's air con
ncy, which used a d
calculation method.
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ited States each
vi 322 million tons o
dioxide. That's abi
cent of what the coi
ts by burning fossil i
h as gasoline and
arding to the new rese
dished online Thursd
peer-reviewed jou
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meant.
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f of the University of
do at Boulder. Bu
s: "It's nothing comp
ur fossil fuels burnit
ostly when scientists
arbon dioxide emiss
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f that man adds to p
mistrial life. But Neff
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ional Centre for At


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diox- dioxide, bIt ,; i'>h aisro b
obal and produce it
tate's '"The prohblc I, ii .'i h
es do goes in. com.-ii outr." N
gure, said.
Press. In cc tn y- on:' p;1 .
Col' pie Wvxile w ill xn coni('eii -'::
that t or ihir pe .' ii ,
gnifi- tions o t glo b i *'?i o ;s o.
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mental centuries replaiucd nics x il
capture sonml ol the .:t;s h:
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diox. that in the offsz tiung p,
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million Victoria .linia.e scienii
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state part of the study ,u7e ,goi
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ntrol by planting trees."
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in the eSi. increase in m c i
veal wildfie ---bet b on ? I0,
Scar. is linked c: gi.nt-. .na ,m
aut 5 ing. Ihat raises the possibili
untry ty of a seit feeding cclelc
fuels. Wiedinmive said,
coal. The scientists us. d samlAi
search iniageliv colnplitCl miodcl
avy in and combustion rate, to
irnal deternmiie how much iarbol
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fire, Wiediniuxvci .aid.
ank." Lasi wee k Ihe C(ahoni
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New laws to be
introduced on
building in
low-lying areas

FROM page one
(NEM A) at the Cabinet
office yesterday morning,
Mr Ingraham said that
theic needs to be a change
in building regulations and
that new town protocols
willl soon be implemented.
"One of the things
this (storm) points out
for us is that we cannot
continue in the
Bahamas, especially
here in Nassau, to
allow people to build
houses and businesses
and subdivisions in
these low lying areas.
"That is happening
all over this island,
low-lying areas having
buildings built on
them." he said.
Mr Ingraham con-
ceded that some things
are unfixable and that
-nobody has found the
means by which they
can prevent flooding i'n
low lying areas any-
where in the world."
"That is our lot in
the Bahamas," he said.
However, he empha-
sised that steps can be
taken to prevent peo-
ple from building in
areas that are likely to
blood.
"Government is
going to produce in
parliament, probably
before the end of the
year. a new Town Plan-
ning Act that will have
various protocols and
will in the future
restrict the number of
places that are in fact
built upon," Mr Ingra-
ham said.
A further measure to
be taken in order to
prevent flooding, the
prime minister said, has
to be the preservation
of the wetland areas.
"The filling in of
wetlands is a thing that
has to come to an end,
it has to stop," he said.


At least one dead after




nation is drenched by Noel


FROM page one

At a NEMA press conference yes-
terday at the Cabinet Office, Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham, with offi-
cials from all the essential govern-
ment services, among other informa-
tion, gave an update on the state of
the country's infrastructure and readi-
ness as Tropical Storm Noel slowly
made its path across the archipelago.
Each government agency also
addressed their various concerns over
the flooding.
According to meteorologist Arthur
Rolle, generally an inch and a half
of rain can cause flooding on some
islands due to their low lying nature.
For islands like Long Island, which
had already been flooded for two
weeks, the 15 inches of rain dumped
by Noel caused extensive damage to
vehicles and homes.
Mr Rolle expected that New
Providence would have received
five to six inches of rainfall yester-
day.
Along with flooding comes the con-
cern of there being an increase of the
number of mosquitoes.
Melanie McKenzie, Direct of
Department of Environmental
Health, said that the department will
not fog right away and will wait until


there is a drop in the "moisture con-
tent". It is hoped that these opera-
tions will begin within two days.
She also pointed out that there is
concern that there could be sewer-
age contamination in private well
supplies.
"We encourage all person on well
supplies to use bottled water or


ensure that their supply is boiled,"
she said.
The concern over the water supply
was echoed by Water and Sewerage
General Manager, Godfrey Sherman
who said that the primary concern
for the corporation was that in the
* flood zone areas of New Providence
the possibility of contamination had


increased significantly due to the
flooding.
In addition, he said the corpora-
tion was experiencing some chal-
lenges from persons using New Prov-
idence's sewerage system to drain
away flood water.
"There are people who believe if
you open a manhole cover and you,
let the flood water into the manhole
(the flood water) eventually subsides,
however this causes the sewerage to
back up and we have had situations in
Pinewood Gardens, Elizabeth
Estates, Yamacraw Beach Estates
where there are very visible signs of
human intervention because
coconuts do not come through toi-
lets," Mr Sherman said.
Director of Public Works Melanie
Roach said that the areas that are
normally prone to flooding in New
Providence, have experienced severe
flooding.
Fortunately, Ms Roach said that
the ministry has maintained a con-
stant programme for the maintenance
of the island's drainage systems.
In 2007, she said, all of the wells in
New Providence had already been
cleaned out three times.
There are also plans to increase the
depth of the drains, which range in
age from 15 to 20 years, from 75-100
feet to 150 -200 feet.


Long Island suffers 'devastating losses'


FROM page one

flood levels not seen in decades.
As the water levels rose in
areas such as Berry's. Grays
and Deadman's Cay, fami-
lies were forced to evacuate
their homes, and farms and
businesses were once again
faced with severe flooding.
The water level 'in some
homes was waist-deep. Chief
Supt.Hulan Hanna said at
yesterday's NEMA press
conference.
Just two weeks ago Long


Island experienced possibly
the worst flooding in 60
years. However, yesterday's
water levels reached new
heights, local MP and Min-
ister of Agriculture Larry
Cartwright told Vi' T I'ribune.
Many homes and buildings
which had been spared in the
torrential rains two weeks
ago were under watel
Wednesday, he said.
Areas most affected by the
storm included Berry's,.
Grays, lower Deadmaln's
Cay, the Bight, Hlamilton's.
Stella Maris and Simms Mr


Cartwright said.
"The same houses that
received damage last time
are back to square one. The
streets are seeing more
flooding now than last time
and areas that were not
IHooded last time are now
flooded, the water level is
much higher, Mr Cartwright
said yesterday.
In the northern part of the
island, the MP said, sea
water surged on to the shore
and fish could be seen swim-
ming in the streets.
Both airports at Stella
Maris and Deadman's Cay
were flooded and in Apple
Pond police organised a bus
to help evacuate people and
take them to higher ground.
Chief Supt Hanna com-
mended the public for rising
to the occasion.
"Once word got out that
people were in distress
neighbours came out and
helped. We salute those per-
sons," he said.
Several residents of Pettys
also escaped their homes and
tound shelter at the nearby
Our Lady of Mount Carmel


Catholic church.
Mr Hanna said that a total
of 51 people had to be evac-
uated from their homes by
the police.
Kevin Basden, chairman of
BEC, said yesterday that
Long Island had to be dis-
connected from its power
supply for safety reasons.
"It had nothing to do with
the impact on the BEC sys-
tem (by the flooding), but
rather with the flooding of
homes of our customers.
From a safety perspective, as
many residents were flood-
ed, we took the supply off.
"Prior to restoring that
island we will be carrying out
a full assessment of those
homes to ensure that it is
safe to restore the power.
Yesterday we began the
process of isolating some of
the lines in preparation of
bringing the system back to
normal once we have carried
that out," Mr Basden said.
Mr Cartwright said he was
hoping to travel to Long
Island as soon as all the air-
ports reopened to assist
wherever he could.


However, he pointed out
that the people of Long
Island are very resilient.
"They started preparing
for this storm since Monday,
they are all battened up," he
said.
Mr Cartwright said he was
in contact with family and
friends in Long Island and
they were weathering the
storm as best as they could.
Just two weeks ago,
month-long torrential rains
in the southern Bahamas led
to extreme flooding in Long
Island.
Farms and small business-
es on the island were espe-
cially affected by the flood-
ing.
Mr Cartwright said that
several farms and business-
es that were flooded two
weeks ago, were again under
water.
The MP said farmers.and
business owners told him
that yesterday's flooding was
the worst they had ever seen..
The Defence Force was-
expected to send pumps .to
Long Island as soon as pos-
sible.



Eleuthera
FROM page one
The Salvation Army and
Nazarene churches at Palmetto
Point, the Resource Centre at Savan-
nah Sound, the former Workers
House at Governor's Harbour and
the primary school at James Cistern
were all open as shelters.
Mr Culmer said: "The real threat
is to the low-lying areas because this
. storm is more about rainfall than
wind. Flooding is the most serious
problem."
He said the area had jeeps and
trucks at the ready and an effective
disaster committee that prepared
itself well in advance.
At Palmetto Point, Mr Maurice
Sands said: "As far as I can gather,
people are.well aware of the change
in direction of the storm and are,
making necessary preparations.
"At the moment, I am trying to
reinforce windows on the south side
of the house. A lot of breeze is com-
ing from the south-east and north-
east and is affecting the south win-
dows."

Man drowns
FROM page one

Emergency management offi-
cials reported that due to severe
flooding, police had to evacuate
10 persons in Exuma to Zion
Baptist Church on The Bluff.
Advisories were also issued
warning motorists which areas to
avoid, as there have also been
reports of serious erosion to the
roads in some areas of Exuma
due to flooding.
Chief Superintendent Hulan
Hanna said that a large contin-
gent of officers was stationed in
Exuma as the storm approached.
because of the large tourism pres-
ence on the island.
He said that the Royal
Bahamas Police Force will send
more to help with the clean-up
after the storm, if it is considered
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ACROSS DOWN
1 A spry activity when a wave 2 Inwhichwomenbekeptsuitably
breaks(5) hardup?(6)
6 Some work in a pig pen, as 3 Thelovebusiness(6)
we'retold(5) 4 AfterhalfayearI'vleft
9 A courtly sportsman (7) Nsm(3)
10 Tenor and doctor, unusuallyfit (5) 5 Could her beauty set your ears
11 Ridiculous girth can be quite OK (5) ringing?(5)
12 Collapseinthe marketforplums? (5) 6 Taks of faultless service, getting
13 MIxAstlwilhteaandyoucan aheadin a manuscript(7)
consume too much (7) 7 Aslumblngjoumey(4)
15 The dunce of the class (3) 8 Aolowp dish one possiblyhealis
17 Char y worker? (4) hot(6)
18 Horsy follow possibly taken 12 Mark's a renegade sainl (5)
on board (6) 13 The rascal had a dwindle going,on
19 Rugby ptyers havngt heipride? (5) thequiet(5)
20 The comical character of 14 A catbut not plain (5)
barmen? (2,4) 15 Shining withacertain
22 A seat in the South of Africa? (4) warmth (5)
24 Beprofltabletofatheranda 16 Go quietly out of West
Yankee(3) Eaing (5)
25 Fresh start for a Frenchman 18 Joint seen to bend at the
law-breaker(7) weekend (5)
26 Fights for greater things than 19 in al, no possible Ingredient of
purses(5) ointment? (7)
27 Figures out how I get thanks for being 21 This vegetable s hardto digest (6)
indispensable(5) 22 A broken romance (6)
28 By accommodating the poor, 23 Was unable to reform
nominally (5) Alfie, note (6)
29 Southern peninsula with an 25 The revolting fellow started lunch by
unpleasant reputation (7) swilling beer (5)
30 To some men, she brings a certain 26 Be about as low as you
lustre (5) can get (4)
31 Clearing a good deal, possibly (5) 28 Abigal's great (3)


Yesterdays crypts. solutions
ACROSS: 3, Mecca 8, Optic 10, A-pa-RL 11, Hip 12, Sit up
13, DIl's-snt 15, Slice 18, Tee 19, We-Ed-Ed 21, Be-rate-d
22, Hour 23, Face 24, Jet-ties 26, Backer 29, Era 31,
Aches 32, Presto-N 34, As-hen 35, Ton (-up) 36, Pont 37,
D-emu-r. 38, See-k-s
DOWN: 1, Aphis 2, TIp-ster 4, Exit 5, Ca-use-d 6, A-pp-le
7, Grace 9, is (sit up) 12, Sneaker 14, E'er 16, I'd-eas 17,
Edged 19, We-stem 20, She-BA 21, Bun-Ch. 23, F-east-
ed 24, Jessie 25, Ire 27, Actor 28, Keats 30, B-onus 32,
Peck 33, Tom


Yesterday's easy solutions
ACROSS: 3, Stale 8, Laces 10, Inane 11, Can 12, Spots 13,
Parable 15, Tunes 18, Tea 19, Please 21, Console 22, Hair
23, Mess 24, Settled 26, Themes 29, Ten 31, Sided 32,
Betting 34, Dated 35, Inn 36, Bleat 37, Token
38, Learn
DOWN: 1, Macaw 2, Senator 4, Type 5, Little 6, Ensue 7,
Andes 9, Car 12, Slashes 14, Ben 16, Named 17, Sense
19, Plotted 20, Chats 21, Cited23, Mention 24,
Sedate 25, Let 27, Hilly 28, Medal 30, Inner 32, Beer
33, Ink


ACROSS
1 Christmas song(5)
6 Frvolous (5)
9 Meals (7)
10 Degree (5)
11 Rebellions (5)
12 Indian dresses (5)
13 Sun-shade (7)
15 Moist (3)
17 Objectof
worship (4)
18 Lust(6)
19 Allude (5)
20 Dealer (6)
22 Fairy (4)
24 Age (3)
5 Matured (7)
6 Antdote (5)
7 Diced (5)
SPortly (5)
I Dream
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War-horse (5)
Snoops (5)


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South dealer, the bidding wasn't according to
East-West vulnerable. Hoyle though I've seen worse -
NORTH but just the same I wound up at seven
4- hearts doubled.
VJ 10 9 3 I was lucky to get a spade lead
A K Q 8 6 from West because, with a club lead,
+6432 there'd be no story to tell. When
WEST EAST dummy came down, I immediately
4AKJ 105 *Q9762 spotted a chance to make the grand
S- V 8 6 5 4 slam. I realize you might not believe
5 2 107 that what happened actually took
A K Q 975 +J 10 place, but I found the way to get
SOUTH around the entry problems the deal
4843 presented.
VAKQ72 I trumped the spade with the
J 9 43 nine, led a low diamond back and
+8 finessed the nine! I had to do this
The bidding: because I needed an extra entry to
South West North East my hand to be able to ruff two more
1 V 2 V 4 I 44 spades in dummy. I then trumped a
5 I 5 6 V Pass spade with the ten, led a diamond to
Pass 6 4 Pass Pass the jack and ruffed my last spade
7 V Dble with the jack.
Opening lead king of spades. Now I played the trump three
from dummy and finessed the seven.
Dear Mr. Becker: I'm sure you When this won, I heaved a huge sigh
know as well as I do that bridge play- of relief, because I was then able to
ers have "on" days as well as "off' draw East's remaining trumps with
days. I don't claim to be more than the A-K-Q and discard my club loser
just an average player, but the fact is on dummy's fifth diamond.
that once in a while I manage to play As a result, I made the grand slam,
a hand just like the experts would. and the boys at the club haven't
1 For example, take thi hand 1'" Stopped talking about it yet.
ayed recently at the club. Maybe Cordially yours, Ananias Jones


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HOW many words of four
letters 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.
TODAY'S TARGET
Good 23; very good 34; excellent
45 (or more). Solution
tomorrow.


DOWN
2 Out of the
country (6)
3 Tal (6)
4 Ster (3)
5, Deadly (5)
6 Foobahw(7)
7 Egypan
delty (4)
8 Rubbish (6)
12 Rational (S)
13 Ski-slope (6)
14 Former empire (5)
15 Dilate (5)
16 Lukewarm (5)
18 Material (5)
19 Drewback(7)
21 Sturdy(6)
22 Annoy (6)
23 Continue (6)
25 Ancient symbols (5)
26 Dry (4)
28 Drinkdaintty (3)


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FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 2, 2007,
ARIES March 21/April 20
You've been fooling yourself into'
believing you are ready for that next'
step. You've only been avoiding th
issue, Aries. Better think it through a,'
little longer before making a move.
TAURUS April 21/May 21
Expect this week to be a hectic one,
Taurus. Many people are vying for'.,-
your attention and you can't keep up- -
with all of their demands. Ask for
help from Sagittarius on Tuesday.
GEMINI May .22/June 21
You've been in good spirits, Gemini,
and rightly so. That mountain you'
climbed really was a challenge but'
you pulled through with flying colors.< -
Things will be easy this week.
CANCER June 22/July 22 ,
Things didn't pan out with your
favorite hobby, Cancer, but don't
let it get you down. Find something
else that interests you that you'll
have greater success with. Aquarius
gets involved on Wednesday.
LEO July 23/August 23
If you've been feeling restless, Leo,'''
you are justified. Too much time spent.
at home is no good for the spirit.
Recruit some friends for an entertaining
night out. It may be what you need.
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
You've been hiding behind a-
mask, Virgo. Don't put on a brave
stance just to shield loved ones
from the truth. A career change
seems imminent.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23 w
That struggle yg 've been facing with
your mate see to lessen for you this
week. You both seem to be writing on
the same page. New twists at work
occupy much of ur time.
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Mood swings are driving those close
to you to run for cover. It's time to
take a break and calm down,,'
Scorpio. Things will work out no". -
matter how much you worry.
SAGITIARIUS- Nov 23Dec 21
It seems that you may not be lucky
in love this Valentine's Day,,-
Sagittarius. But cheer up, it'll give
you more time to -pamper yourself'
for a change. Expect a big life,
change in the coming weeks.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
You can't always get your way,
Capricorn, no matter how much you
pout and complain. It's better if you
learn this less on soon or you're heading.
for trouble. Leo is key this week.
AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18 :
You've had a bit of luck at work,.,
Aquarius, but don't let it go to your
head. It could be a tough road this week
look at it as payment for the break
you received. Love looks promising.
PISCES Feb 19/March 20
Don't stay up every night this week '
burning the midnight oil, Pisces.".
While your job is important, it is not,
'worth risking your health over.
Things will calm by week's end.


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Manuel Bosboom v Ruud
Janssen, Dutch championship
2007. Appearances can be
deceptive. A glance at today's
position suggests that Black (to
move) is struggling. Janssen is a
pawn down, while Bosboom's
aS queen pins the black b6 rook.
The natural try 1 ... Qxd6 2 Rxd6
Rxd6 3 Qxb4 only increases
White's edge. So uphill defence
for Black? Wrong. Janssen made
just one move, and his opponent
resigned. What was the winner,
and why did White give up?


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Possible


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PLP investigator


FROM page one
spoke to Jamal Reckley a vot-'
er in question and his brother
Jermaine Reckley at their resi-
dence at 108 Jumbey.
Mr Barnett suggested to the
court that the witness did not
speak with these men. He said
that there are no Reckleys at
this house. Rather, Mr Barnett
continued, the men at the resi-
dence are Jamal and Jermaine
Rahming. Mr Munroe respond-
ed to the court, after this charge
by counsel, that the voter in
question did tell him he was
Jamal Reckley.
Mr Barnett further raised
questions about why Mr
Munroe did not visit the home
of some voters who were in
close vicinity to him during the
investigation. Mr Munroe had
testified that James Pratt told
him that McNeil Newbold -
another voter in question -
lived next door to him on Rose-
wood Street. When asked if he
went to the house, Mr Munroe
said he was not sure.
Justice Isaacs intervened and
asked if he would have made a
record in his notes if he had
made such a visit, to which Mr
Munroe said, "Yes". But, in this
case, no note was made of such
a visit in his records, the ques-
tioning revealed.
Senior Justice Allen at one
point during the cross-exami-
nation, told Mr Munroe that if
he was unsure about the answer
to a question, he should say so.
This was in response to Mr*
Munroe giving conflicting
answers as to whether he did,
or did not visit the alleged
Sapodilla Boulevard residence


'Bullet

dodged'

FROM page one
With forecasts predicting
that the worst of the storm
would hit Nassau around
2pm and could linger until
midnight Nassuvians were
-prepared for a long ordeal.
But, according to an
expert at Accuweather,
Nassau was at the very cen-
tie of the storm at the time
of the unexpected lull. He
explained that the unusual
shape of Noel saved the
capital from the worst
effects.
Most of the wind and
,rain, the expert said, was
f restricted to the northeast-
ern extremity of the storm,
while the centre remained
at the opposite end of the
"can-shaped" system.
When Noel began to turn
early yesterday afternoon,
heading in a northwesterly
direction, it meant that only
the less severe edge of the
storm passed over Andros
and New Providence.
The expert told The Tri-
bune at 3pm that as the cen-
tre headed off in the gener-
al direction of Eleuthera,
Nassau would experience
one last bout of rain and
winds of about 30 mph, but
that' this would not last for
long'.
"I think we've dodged
the bullet," he said, adding
that occasional bouts of rain
and gusty winds would con-
tinue into today.


ot Leslie Jones in Pme\Nood.
Mr Barnett's questioning
further revealed that Mr
Munroe did not provide pho-
tographs or any other type of
evidence to identify the people
he was looking for during the
investigation beyond merely
asking those he questioned
whether or not they recognized
the person's name.
Mr Munroe told the court
that when he approached peo-
ple for inquiries, often, he
merely said he was looking for
someone, rather than stating
his purpose as an investigator
for Mrs Maynard-Gibson. At
times, he continued, he told
some voters in question that
they were being challenged,
and in Sir Lynden Pindling
Estates, he said he provided
more reasons for his question-
ing and searches than in other
areas.
Mr Munroe also told the
court that he may have said he
was from the election court
once or twice to some individ-
uals after further questioning
from Mr Barnett.
The FNM lead counsel also
asked the investigator why he
asked older residents in their
60s or 70s about the where-
abouts of younger residents in
their twenties, rather than seek-
ing out their contemporaries.
To this Mr Munroe responded
that he found older
residents to have more infor-
mation.
Additionally, Mr Munroe
told the,court during the ses-
sion, that he has been a private
investigator for eight years and
is employed at Galanis Securi-
ty and Investigations. Formerly,
he added, he was a police offi-
cer.
Mr Barnett then asked if he
had resigned from the Force,
to which the investigator said:
"No". Mr Munroe merely stat-
ed that he was discharged in
1995, without specifying the
reason. Mr Barnett did not ask
for a reason for the discharge in
front of open court on Wednes-
day.
Cross-examination is expect-
ed to continue when the trial
resumes, after early suspension
Wednesday due to Tropical
Storm Noel.


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protection policies


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
Bahamians
"penalise our-
selves with
protectionist
policies" in
economic sec-
tors ranging
from immi-
gration to the
automatic 15
per cent hospitality gratuity,
with an attorney yesterday argu-
ing that widespread monopo-
lies burdened consumers with
artificially high prices and poor
service due to the absence of
competition.
'Fred Smith, attorney and
partner at Callender's & Co,
urged the Government to enact
antitrust and competition leg-
islation to "de-monopolise"
large swathes of the Bahamian"
and Freeport economies, plus
pass consumer protection laws.
Apart from the Government
utility corporations and monop-
olies in which the Grand
Bahama Port Authority's
(GBPA) principals held an
interest, Mr Smith identified
Immigration and the policy of
'Bahamianisation' as "the
biggest one that does the great-
est damage".
Describing 'Bahamianisation'
as "the theory that only


Attorney rails at
'Bahamianisation'
and 15% gratuity
imposition, arguing
that prevalence of
monopolies 'mashes
consumer left, right
and centre'

Bahamians should be able to
get a job", the campaigning
attorney said "we need to get
rid of Bahamianisation".
Instead, he suggested that the
Bahamas should "open the
doors and make Bahamians
compete. That's why people are
always complaining about how
inefficient, lazy and incompe-
tent we are in the Bahamas.
Competition would give
Bahamians the opportunity to
learn about new products and
services, so that they are on the
cutting edge".
Mr Smith added that the
automatic 15 per cent gratpity
that the unions had won for
their members in the restaurant,

SEE page 10


+ Bank's Bahamas

operations see 80


per cent profit rise


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
BUTTERFIELD Bank's
Bahamas operations saw their
2007 third quarter net income
rise by 80 per cent to a "record"
$0.9 million, driven by growth in
trust and banking fees, with
total assets under administra-
tion up 50.9 per cent year-on-
year.
Unveiling its results for the
three months to September 30,
2007, the Bermuda-headquar-
tered bank said its Bahamas-
based operations saw net
income increase from $0.5 mil-
lion to $0.9 million,
That bottom line growth was
achieved on the back of 39.1
per cent revenue growth to $3.2
million, up from $2.3 million in
the 2006 comparative period.
Alan Thompson, Butterfield
Bank's president and chief exec-
utive, praised the Bahamas'
operations for their "strong per-
formance".
The bank's Bahamian sub-
sidiaries, Butterfield Bank
(Bahamas) and Butterfield


Butterfield's revenues
up 39 per cent, with
client assets ahead
51 per cent at $5.6bn

Fund Services (Bahamas), saw
total assets increase by 21.8 per
cent to $152 million "as a result
of solid growth in customer
deposits and loans", with client
assets under management rose
year-on-year to $5,6 billion.
Increases in Butterfield's
Bhamas staff were partly
responsible for the bank's total
workforce increasing by 91 over
the past year to 1,786, driving
personnel expenses up by $4.7
trillion or 11 per cent year-on-
year.
Butterfield Bank entered the
Bahamas in summer 2003, when
it acquired Thorand Bank &
Trust and Leopold Joseph's
Bahamian subsidiary. It then
acquired Deerfield Fund Ser-
vices in January 2004, giving it a
funds administration business.


'Are we still in danger




of being blacklisted?'


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor,
A former Attor-
ney General,
yesterday
urged the
Government
to clarify whether the Bahamas
is still in danger of being 're-
blacklisted' by the Financial
Action Task Force (FATF) for
not-yet signing a Memoran-
dum of Understanding (MoU)
developed by the global body
representing securities regula-
tors, as he had received such
a "threat" before demitting
office.
Alfred Sears, the first attor-
ney general in the ( hi i-i gov-
ernment, said that while all
securities regulators had until
early 2010 to sign the IOSCO
MoU, senior US officials had
warned that until the Bahamas
did so it would "not be regard-
ed as fully compliant" when it
came to the Securities Com-
mission's ability to co-operate
and exchange regulatory infor-
mation with foreign counter-
parts.
Mr Sears said: "Shortly
before I left the Office of the
Attorney General, there was
a threat that if we did not reach


* Ex-AG urges government to clarify IOSCO/FATF threat

* Says Bahamas 'must not be taken unawares' as in 2000,

and warns Bahamas 'cannot afford to receive another

major blow' to financial sector reputation

* FATF and G-7 constantly moving regulatory goal

posts to see how high Bahamas will jump


a satisfactory
conclusion
with IOSCO, '
we could
again be sub-
ject to FATF
sanctions."
This was
why he
wanted the
Government
to provide an update on the
situation, and whether the
'blacklisting' danger remained.
This prompted Mr Sears' ques-
tion in the House of Assem-
bly to Desmond Bannister,
minister of state for legal
affairs, to which no reply was
given.
Mr Bannister could not be
contacted for comment as all


government ministries were
closed due to Tropical Stor.m
Noel, and his cell phone was
turned off.
The Tribune revealed two
weeks ago that the Securities
Commission's ability to share
and exchange information with
overseas regulators was the
subject of a confidential
IOSCO review, due to con-
cerns expressed by the Finan-
cial Stability Forum (FSF) that
the Bahamas was "non-coop-
erative" in this area.
While nominally an FSF and
IOSCO initiative, Mr Sears
said if there was a problem
with the Bahamas, the FATF
would be the mechanism used
to enforce sanctions due to the
success it enjoyed in 2000 and


since in forcing so-called 'non-
cooperative' countries, includ-
ing the Bahamas, to amend
their laws ands regulatory
regimes to escape its 'black-
list'.
In asking the parliamentary
question, Mr Sears said: "My
concern is we are not caught
unawares as we were in 2000,
and do not end up in a position
where we make more conces-
sions than necessary....
"This issue is of great impor-
tance to the viability of the
financial services sector, and I
don't feel we can afford anoth-
er major blow to the reputa-
tion of our country as an inter-

SEE page 18


Cable 'concerned' over resolution to BORCO 'dumping'


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor


CABLE Bahamas' subsidiary,
Caribbean Crossings, yesterday said it was
"extremely concerned about the integrity"
of its fibre optic cable that had been dam-
aged last year by alleged dumping by the
Bahamas Oil R- fining Company (BOR-
CO), adding that the Grand Bahama-
based firm had yet to initiate a recovery
and removal plan.:
Anthony Butler, Cable Bahamas' pres-
ident, told The Tribune that although the
statement of claim filed against BORCO
earlier this year by Caribbean Crossings,


seeking $1 million in damages for the
alleged "dumping" in the ocean that broke
its undersea fibre optic cable, remained
active before the courts, the two parties
had been trying to negotiate a settlement
to the matter.
However, he said BORCO had yet to
initiate a plan it had devised to remove
the materials it is alleged to have dumped
on the ocean floor off Grand Bahama,
near Caribbean Crossings' fibre optic
cable, which provides two-way telecom-
munications traffic from the Bahamas to
the US.
Mr Butler said BORCO itself had pro-
vided locations and co-ordinates for some


17 material dumps it had conducted in the
time leading to the break in.Caribbean
Crossings' fibre optic cable, the Bahamas
International Cable System (BICS),
between Hunters, Grand Bahama, and
Boca Raton, Florida, around July.30, 2006.
Some eight of these dump sites had been
identified as "dangerous" to the Caribbean
Crossings fibre optic cable, Mr Butler said,
adding that the company was worried that
the underwater turbulence caused by
Tropical Storm Noel might move the
dtumped structures and bring them into

SEE page 20


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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007, PAGE 3B


'Blind eye turned' to counterfeiting


N By CARA BRENNEN-
BETHEL
Tribune Business
Reporter

THE police and other law
enforcement agencies are
"turning a blind eye" to road-
side sellers of counterfeit
DVDs and other pirated mer-
chandise, such as sports and
designerwear, the head of Gal-
leria Cinemas told The Tri-
bune yesterday, something
that could yet come back to
bite the Bahamas.
For the tS arind its key trad-
ing partners are seeking to
negotiate an Anti- Counter-
feiting Trade Agreement
(ACTA), which will target the
likes of counterfeit DVDs and
designer handbags currently
on sale on Bahamian streets.
Galleria Cinemas' Chris
Mortimer said that while such
partnerships or changes to
improve legislation were a
good thing, proper enforce-
ment of the law was vital if the
problem of copyright/intellec-
tual property rights breaches
was to be effectively dealt
with.

Legislation
'We have goods legislation
already on the books, but we
need to have more enforce-
ment, if we are to net some
real effects," he explained.


Mr Mortimer said another
problem in the Bahamas was
that the police feel that there
are more "serious crimes"
being committed, which war-
rant more attention than anti-
counterfeiting activities.

Officers

"I have had officers tell me
that a blind eye is turned to
these people, because officers
feel that at least these people
are working to earn a living
and not out murdering people
or stealing," Mr Mortimer
said. "But what I would say is
that they are in fact stealing,
and what happens when an
employer cannot met their
payroll and then their employ-
ees cannot be paid. What will
they be forced to do?"
Mr Mortimer said that while
there had been some decrease
in counterfeit DVD sales dur-
ing an initial crackdown by
police, the industry was now
bigger than ever.
Susan Schwab, the US
Trade Representative, in
announcing the new initiative,
said: "Global counterfeiting
and piracy steals billions of
dollars from workers, artists,
and entrepreneurs each year,
and jeopardises the health and
safety of citizens around the
world. The United States looks
forward to partnering with
many of our key trading part-


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is looking to hire an Electrical Salesperson.
Interested applicants should be high school
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Previous experience an asset.


No telephone calls please.


Resumes should be faxed to:

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Julius Baer Group, the leading dedicated Wealth
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EXPERIENCED RELATIONSHIP MANAGER FOR
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J MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
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Advisory of the Bank's products
Coordinating with the Head Office for marketing (travels and
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Managing the team of assistants
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P.O. Box N-4890
Nassau, Bahamas


ners to combat this global
problem."
She said that the action
marks a joint effort to confront
counterfeiters and pirates
across the global marketplace.
Participants in this effort will
address three main areas of
concern : cooperation,, best
practices, and a strong legal
framework for intellectual
property rights enforcement.
Trading partners engaged in
discussions so far include
Canada, the 27 member Euro-
pean Union, Japan, Korea,
Mexico, New Zealand and
Switzerland.

Office

According to the Office of
the US Trade Representative,
the ACTA would comple-
ment the US government's
work to encourage other coun-
tries to meet the enforcement
standards of the Agreement
on trade-related aspects of
intellectual property rights
(TRIPS) under the World
Trade Organisation, and to
comply with other interna-
tional IPR agreements .The
US Trade Representative said
counterfeiting and pirated
goods undermined legitimate
businesses by depriving them
of sales, revenues and profits,
while also potentially jeopar-
dising the health, safety and
economic welfare of con-
sumers by supplying substan-
dard, harmful products.
Counterfeiting is also seen
as depriving countries of tax
revenues, and providing prof-
its for organised crime.




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S2Ai '.-Hl 52.AK'Lo*. Seaumru j Pre3..ouo 1 5 CE T C, CI:5.se .C li,-.* E'I.i, .'*.i. EPS S Di. $ PIE Yield
1.66 0.54 Abaco Markets 1.59 1.59 0.00 0.094 0.000 16.9 0.00%
11.74 11.00 Bahamas Property Fund 11.60 11.60 0.00 1.502 0.400 7.7 3.45%
9.55 7.68 Bank of Bahamas 9.55 9.55 0.00 0.733 0.260 13.0 2.72%
0.85 0.70 Benchmark 0.85 0.85 0.00 0.048 0.020 17.7 2.35%
3.74 1.65 Bahamas Waste 3.74 3.74 0.00 617 0.275 0.060 13.6 1.60%
2.62 1.20 Fidelity Bank 2.61 2.61 0.00 500 0.051 0.040 51.2 1.3%
11.05 9.81 Cable Bahamas 11.00 11.00 0.00 1.030 0.240 10.7 2.17%
3.15 1.83 Colina Holdings 3.15 3.15 0.00 0.208 0.080 15.1 2.64%
16.56 11.91 Commonwealth Bank 16.56 16.56 0.00 900 1.190 0.680 13.0 4.11%
7.22 4.70 Consolidated Water BDRs 6.65 6.63 -0,02 0.112 0.050 60.4 0.74%
2.76 2 20 Doctor's Hospital 2.25 2,25 0.00 0.284 0.020 7.9 0.89%
6.50 5.54 Famguard 6.50 6.50 0.00 0.804 0.240 8.1 3.8
12.80 11.75 Finco 12.75 12.75 0,00 0.768 0.570 16.6 4.47%
14.75 13.85 FirstCaribbean 14.65 14.65 000 0.934 0.470 15.7 3.21%
6.10 5.18 Focol (S) 6.09 6.09 0.00 0.364 0.133 16.7 2.18
1.00 0.54 Freeport Concrete 0.70 0.70 0.00 -0.415 0.000 N/M 0.
849 7.10 ICD Utilities 7.25 7.25 000 0.411 0.200 17.6 2.76%
10.05 8. 52 J. S. Johnson 10.05 1005 000 0.991 0.590 10.1 5.87
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 1.167 0.600 8.6 6.00%
Fidelity Over-The-Counter Securt.lis ,
52wk-Hi 52wk-Low Symbol B0,,d 5 S I.,- |.. .*.,.., ... EPS Div S PIE Yleld
14.60 14.25 Bahamas Supermarkets 14 0 115 *,., ... 1 160 1 125 134 7%
8.00 6.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 6.00 6.25 6.00 0.000 0.480 NM 7.80%
0 54 0 20 RND Holdings 0.35 0 40 0 20 -0.030 0.000 N/M 0.00%
Colina Over-The-Counter Securitlies : '., =
41.00 41.00 ABDAB 41.00 43.00 41 .,11 4450 2750 90 670%
14.60 14.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 14.60 15.50 14.00 1.234 1.485 13.9 10.50%
0.55 0.40 RND Holdings 0.45 0.55 0.45 -0.030 0.000 N/M 0.00%
BISX Listed Mutual Funds ,
52wk-Hi 52wk-Low Fund Name NA V YTD% Last 12 IV._..., C... i iela d
1.3607 1.3098 Colina Money Market Fund 1.360655*
3.3829 2.9449 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 3.3829***
2.9215 24687 Colina MSI Preferred Fund 2.921539"**
1 .2741 1.1970 Colina Bond Fund 1.274052*"*
11.6581 11.2129 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 11.7653""*
FINDEX: CLOSE 669 71 / YTD 17 20% / 2006 34 47% '
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX -1E Doec 02 = 1.000.00 f.l.-.pr ET Tll- 1: ,- i i. .. .. . . ,, A KE
52wk-HI -HI-ohe1 i olh i0 lu pi ce in lint 52 woooks Bid $ it-Uyin9 pl'io tf Coliln i ul I i4lihty
52wk-Low Lowot.ti clonin prio i In last 52 weeooks Ak $ Sollinl pr,; of Co lll. uid fidelity *- 19 October 2007
Previous ClosLue Pr-viio.. dy,. w.iihtod prior for ii3ily volunl L ust Prio I int tra.d0 i vet lhe mtuuoi t pii( 30 June 2007
"1nday Cloe Currant day's wulghitd pri,:, for d-itily volulteo Wookly V l 1 .ndhi I-hleI of the tlo, u1 ok 30 Septnmber 2007
Change Cohange it tlosiug pice fruol day to1 dy EPS $ A tcomlpuIs t ,l-rId o nulo I v ,u for the -I't 12 iths *" 31 July 2007
Daily Vol NurilBr it to1tl hlohr, Irudod today NAV Not Auolt Vui 1ie
DIV $ Divldondso per lhoaro pld In ihe lost 12 months NIM Not Mo Ii lfll
P/E Closing price divlded by the last 12 month earnings FINDFX the I-h i, lt Lnti.t', Slim k litlo\, Jri no ry 1, 1994 = 100
(S) 4 fulr SIock Spt EffctlvNiv Date 8/8/2007
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PAE BFRDABUOVMBRIN00STESRIUN


Bahamas partner



attends Norway



training session


THE Bahamian partner for
a hotel locks and safe technol-
ogy supplier has attended a
week-long training course that
it staged in Norway.
Hamid Bhatti, Palladium
Management Group's (PMG)
president, joined other Ving-
Card Elsafe partners at the
course in Moss, Norway, about
30 miles from the latter's Oslo
headquarters.
Joining eight other business
partners from Bahrain, Latvia,
Italy and St Martin, Mr Bhatti
said: "It was a great opportu-
nity to network and meet dif-
ferent people representing the
company around the world.
Also, I found it really helpful
to discuss challenges and
opportunities associated with
our region with my colleagues
from St Martin."
The training consisted of two
parts. The first looked specifi-
cally at the locks and software
involved with the lock pro-
gramming, as well as the dif-
ferent products, installation
procedures and design prac-
tices. The second part involved
an in-depth study of the Elsafe
safes, their product details and
programming.
A tour of VingCard Elsafe's
factory was held, and Mr Bhat-
ti said: "It was a real eye-open-
er for me. getting to see a fac-
tory of that magnitude and
how efficient they are, and also
how well they treat their
employees. I came away with a
sense of the direction in which
1, as an employci and as a ser-
vice provider, should be tak-
ing."
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Group (PMG) will provide


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SEATED HERE are three of the business partners with whom Palladium
Management Group's (PMG) Hamid Bhatti shared a week-long intensive
training session. In the background are samples of the hotel locks that
VingCard Elsafe is best known for.
both sales and service to exist- nance for VingCard Elsafe
ing and new VingCard Elsafe warranties. This is good news
clients in the Bahamas. both for present clients and
"With local support now new ones," said Mr Bhatti.
established in the Bahamas, Currently, Sandals and
customers will no longer have Breezes in New Providence,
to fly someone in for small ser- Valentine's in Harbour Island,
vice issues. PMG is equipped and Pineapple Fields in
to provide customised service Eleuthera use VingCard prod-
contracts as well as mainte- ucts.


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Bahamians gain Chartered Analyst status


THREE Bahamian invest-
ment professionals have
earned the prestigious Char-
tered Financial Analyst (CFA)
designation, the CFA Society
of the Bahamas has
announced.
They are:
Karen Pinder EFG Bank
& Trust (Bahamas)
Warren Pustam Pictet
Bank & Trust ,
Jehan Unwala Temple-
ton Global Advisors
Kristina Fox, president of
the CFA Society of the
Bahamas, said: "The CFA des-
ignation is a globally recog-
nised symbol of professional
excellence. Individuals who
have earned the CFA Charter
have demonstrated their com-
mitment to knowledge and
high ethical standards."
The three new CFA char-
terholders brings their total
number in the Bahamas soci-
ety to 48. These individuals are
portfolio managers, investment
advisers and other investment


professionals. The Bahamas
society was founded in 1989.
Administered by CFA Insti-
tute. the CFA Programme is a
college graduate-level, self-
study curriculum and series of
exams that test candidates in
ethical and professional stan-
dards, equity, debt, and deriv-
atives analysis, alternative
investments, financial state-
ment analysis, quantitative
methods, economics, corporate
finance, portfolio management,
risk management, asset alloca-
tion and performance mea-.
surement.
The CFA charter is a glob-
ally recognized standard for
measuring the competence and
integrity of investment profes-
sionals.
Currently, there are more
than 79,000 CFA charterhold-
ers in 129 countries. Their job
titles include institutional or
private client investment man-
ager, investment banker/bro-
ker dealer, mutual fund man-
ager, investment consultant, or
commercial/retail banker.


The CFA Institute adminis-
tered the CFA exams simulta-
neously at 274 test centres in 89
countries in June. Candidates
for the CFA designation must
pass a series of three six-hour
exams over at least three years.
Each of the three examina-
tions requires candidates to
spend 250 to 300 hours in study
preparation. Candidates take,
on average, a little more than
four years from initial enroll-
ment to the time they complete
all requirements for the CFA
designation.
The CFA Society of the
Bahamas is a non-profit mem-
bership organisation for finan-
cial practitioners.
As one of the 135 member
societies worldwide of CFA
Institute, the CFA Society of
the Bahamas promotes ethical
and professional standards
within the investment indus-
try, encourages professional
development through the CFA
Programme, and facilitates the
open exchange of information
and opinions.


Lot #90-E comprising 16,521 sq.ft. and situated on the western side
of the main eleuthera highway and approximately 2,219 ft. northerly
of four-for-nothing road in the Settlement of Lower Bogue,
North Eleuthera, Bahamas.

Infrastructures are in place.

For conditions of the sale and any other information,
please contact: Credit Risk Management Collection Unit
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Manager, Credit Risk Management Managing Director's Office

P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007






MUST SELL

VACANT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Lot #90-C comprising 21,430 sq.ft. and situated on the western
side of the main eleuthera highway and approximately 2,219 ft.
northerly of four-for-nothing road in the Settlement of Lower Bogue,
North Eleuthera, Bahamas.

Infrastructures are in place.

For conditions of the sale and any other information,
please contact: Credit Risk Management Collection Unit
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:

The Manager, Credit Risk Management Managing Director's
Office P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas

Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007







MUST SELL



Lot #90-B comprising 22,376 sq.ft. and situated on the
western side of the main eleuthera highway and
approximately 2,219 ft. northerly of four-for-nothing road
in the Settlement of Lower Bogue,
North Eleuthera Bahamas.

Infrastructures are in place.

For conditions of the sale and any other information,
please contact: Credit Risk Management Collection Unit
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:

The Manager, Credit Risk Managerment Managing Director's
Office P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas

Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007.


VACANT RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Lot #30 comprising 8,237 sq.ft. and situated 186 ft. eastwardly from
the Main Eleuthera Highway in the Settlement of Lower Bogue, '
North Eleuthera Bahamas.


Utilities: Electricity, Water and Telephone


For conditions of the sale and any other information,
please contact: Credit Risk Management Collection Unit
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit
offers in writing addressed to:

The Manager, Credit Risk Management Managing Director's
Office P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas

Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007





Lot of land with a combined area of 11,500 sq.ft. being Lots #22 & 23 Kim Crescent in Baillou Dale
Sub-division off Baillou Hill Road. The property is comprised of an 18yr old single family residence
consisting of 2,000 sq.ft. with 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, living family, dining kitchen and laundry
rooms. The building is enclosed and landscaped with a grass lawn, flowering plants and fruit trees.
Utilities: Electricity, Water and Telephone












For conditions of the sale ad any other information plaw ontat:
Credit Risk Management Managing Director's Office at:
356-1685 or 356-1608

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Manager, Credit Risk Management Managing Director's Office,
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007




MUSTI SELL-


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Single storey residence, with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and living-dining room Kitchen and entrance
porch. Structure is two years old, constructed of concrete blocks.
For conditions of sale and any other information, please contact;
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit
@ 502-0929 or 356-1608
Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection unit
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
To reach us before November 30, 2007


YACHT FOR SALE
Yacht "GRACE"
NOTICE

TO BE SOLD BY TENDER PURSUANT TO ORDER No. 39 OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE BAHAMAS, MADE
THEREIN ON THE 18" JUNE 2007. THE YACHT "GRACE", PRESENTLY BERTHED AT YACHT HAVEN, NASSAU,
ENTAILS THE FOLLOWING PARTICULARS: -


TH-F TRIUINF


1978; SARNICO, ITALY.
CARVEL


Flag: British
Dimensions: LOA: 44.9 Feet
Breadth Moulded: 13.2 Feet
Depth (tonnage deck to ceiling): 7.0 Feet
Machinery: 2 x 740 BHP CUMMINS 903 Main Engines; 1 x ONAN Marine Genset

Further particulars of the vessel, the conditions of sale and authorization for inspection may be attained from The Office
of the Admiralty Marshal. Prince George Wharf, P. 0. Box N-8175, Nassau, The Bahamas, Phone: (242) 356-5639, Fax:
(242) 322-5545.
THE ABOVE PARTICULARS AND ANY FURTHER PARTICULARS THAT MAY BE GIVEN BY THE ADMIRALTY MARSHAL
ARE AND WILL BE /,EN IN GOOD FAITH AND NO RESPONSIBILITY CAN BE ACCEPTED FOR THEIR ACCURACY.
IT !C LiCUMBENT UPON ALL INTERESTED PURCHASERS TO MAKE THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT ENQUIRIES.
TENDERS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY SEALED ENVELOPE MARKED "TENDER FOR YACHT GRACE" AND SHOULD
REACH THE OFFICE OF THE ADMIRALTY MARSHAL AT THE AFOREMENTIONED ADDRESS NO LATER THAN
FRIDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 2007.
THE ADMIRALTY MARSHAL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL TENDERS-
Signed: Capt. Anthony Aliens
(Admiralty Marshal)


i | ilw- IBUSINESSw


Year/Place Built:
Build/Type:











iNVE"ST MENT OPPORTUNITY

TRIBUNE,
M UST SELL November2,20W07
NEOUS PROPER
CELLA TIL
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Eleuthera Island Shores
Subdivision LOT NO. 1,
BLOCK NO. 45,
ELEUTHERA ISLAND SHORES
All that piece parcel or lot of land having
ani aea n f 9,644 sq. ft. being lot #1 in
--called arid known as Eleuthera Island
Sholies Sui division, situated in the vicinity
of Hatchet Bay Harbour, on the island of
Eleutheia, one of the islands of the
commonwealth of The Bahams. This site encompasses a two storey building which is approximately
4 yrs old and is abandoned There is a wooden landing approximately 7'-4" wide by 20'-0" on the
upper level, approximately 1.610 sq. ft of enclosed living space, with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms,
ront room, dining room den, kitchen, and utility room. Ili woo-len porch on the upper level is
approximatelyy 148sq. ft. I here is also a water cistern under t-e d i,'. j room floor area. All utilities
and services available.
Appraisal: $151,007 00
I his property is situated in Eleuthera Islaid Shores.


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Must Sell Lot No. 597
Gardens
All that lot of land having an area of 3,200 sq ft, being
lot 597 Melvern Road of the subdivision known as
Yellow Elder Gardens, the said subdivision is situated
in the southern district of New Providence Bahamas.
This property is comprised of a 26 yr old single family
residence consisting of approximately 1,510 sq. ft
of enclosed living space, with 3-bedrooms including
master bedroom, 2-bathrooms, living/dining room,
kitchen and utility room. The residence also consists
of a front porch and two patios.


The land is on a grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility
of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including
driveway and walkway. The yard is enclosed with chain linked fencing.
Appraisal: $133,395.00
Traveling west along Melvern Road from the sport center road, follow the road to the left. the subject
property is the 5th property left situated between Zris Court and Richie Court, painted White trimmed yellow.


tO r NO. 2 MORIGOLD FARM
SUBDIVISION


S'-- All that le of land having an area 0. appropriately 5,638 sq. ft.
being lot N 2? 'of t." qu'i' ri'on know as Marigold Farm
Subdivision, ihe said bui i ituaiteu ii, the Eastern District
of New Providence and located Luinurnba Lane North off Marigold
Road situated on the propel ty is a year old single storey residence
-- ---. .. conistirg if 3 bedrooms, 2 & '2 bathrooms, living, dining, kitchen
and utility ormn li e Laind is on a grade and level and appears
to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding 'Phe pone't i' Roperr 'Fom the front but has chain
linked fencing at the sides and back.
Appraisal: $197,107.60
Take Joe Farrington Road heading east, turn.onto Marigold Fa m Road go pass Marigold Farms, then turn right onto
[uimumba Lane, go almost to the middle of the cor-er :nd t' su!'jert pvlperl is a-out the eight house o the riqht
hand side of the road.


LOT NO. 1 WESTERN SHORES

All that lot of land having an area of 7,389 sq.
S "a ft., being lot #1 of the Subdivision known as
'. Western Shoies Phase II. the said Subdivision
situated in the Western District of New Providence,
Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a
single strIIctuie conp'sing of a single family
residence cpnsistina oi aporoxor'ately 2,430 sq.
ft of enr'i'sed living space rhe residence
-_ con'piises ol 3-hedc(or'in witt closets, 2 1/2
bathrooms. living',dning rooms siudy, kitchen,
utility room, porch and enclosed garage with eltminrir doI' Ih, i'nrid apppd; o be sufficiently
elevated to disallow the possibility of floodiI 'iu'"!ig 1i'1Iua' Ie, ai iq'y period& of the year: rhe
grounds are fairly well kept with imorovew Pnrto i- ,I:na dri',', a\ ,, '.'a arnd swimming pool
She yard is enclosed with walls.
Appraisal: $753,570.00
traveling west on West Bay Street. Go pass Oia'ige Hill and Indigo Subdivisions, the house is
coated on the left near Tusculum Subdivision n-id riNted: ,! w 'te.


DUNDAS TOWN (ABACO)

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


Appraisal: $265,225,00


HAMILTON'S, LONG
ISLAND


'|. r7 1' All that piece parcel or lot of land and
.- ..- improvements situated in the settlement
"of Hamilton's in the Island of Long Island,
S and comprising of approximately 13,547
sq. ft. and is elevated approximately 7-8
.ft above sea level. This site encompasses
a 35yr structure A simple st le hline consisting of two bedrooms, one bathroom,
kitchen, living ;,nd dining 111m. ithe home however is consisted of 2 separate
constructions, 613.60 sq. ft of concrete construction and 624 sq. ft of wooden
construction all amenities are to the property such as electricity, water, cable and
telephone.
Appraisal: $112,000.00.


The properly is accessed hN the main Queen's Highway.


Investment Opportunity Must Sell
Lot o._20, Block 1 unit 3 Fortune Point Subdivision all that lot of vacant land having an area of 12,650 sq ft, bei'g Let No.20 -, ',, 1 unit 3 of the subdivision known and designated
as fortune point subdivision FReeporl, C-, [j Bahama.. duplex property zoning with a rectangle shape.
Appraisal: $38,000.00


Investment Opportunity Must Sell Lot B, Wilson Street, Rock Crusher
All that lot of land having an area of 10,498 sq ft bping lot E between the subdivision known as Rock Crusher and in the vicinity of Perpall Tract situated in the western district
of New Providence, Bahamas. This property i- zoned inu!ti family/single family. Also located on this property is a structure comprising of a duplex at foundation level under
construction and consisting of approximately I 'r-1. sq. ft. of et,.nsed living space with a patio consisting of 270. sq. ft. the starter bars are in place and foundation poured.
Appraisal: $97,214.00
traveling West on Farrington- Road take a right after the P.L.P. headquarters, go about midways through to Wilsoni Sr-eet, go though the corner all the way to the dead
end. The property is located behind the chJin linked tf '9 at the back of the yard.


Island Harbour Beach, Exuma
a : a el o Iot o vacant iand orntti. inc i( 110 v inn q f's heina Lot No. 9. Block 2, Island Harbour Beach Subdivisioi situ; ted the v.esterr, most portion of the Hermitage Estate, Little
L,arnl a !ah ,ias ..ie p p -k. I. . ... . ... .: S ;.; ru d. The property also has a commanding vit-v ot the .. -an.
Appraisal: $80,000.00


LOT NO. 10B, PALMETTO POINT
All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant laid containing Q000 sq. ft., and being Lot No. 10B situated North of Ingraham's Pond and Eastwardly of North Palmetto Point, on the island of Eleuthera, one
of the islands of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and i bounded and abutting as follows:- on the north by Lot No. 3B and irunniog thereonrlfor a.distance of (90) ft; on the East by Lot No. 11B
and running thereon for a distance of (100) ft; on ihe south by a 20 wide road reservation and running thereon (90) ft on the west by Lot No. 9B running thereon for a distance of (100) Ft, the said
Lot is overgrown with shrubs and is in close proximity of a white sandy beach. This neighborhood is zoned residential development and is quiet and peaceful with a topography of approximately
50ft and because of this there is no danger' of 'lT-;'.iig. Thp area in Ipproximately 80% developed with all utilities and services available.
APPRAISAL: $72,000.00

MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA
All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant land containing 44,714 "q r' and designated "E" which forms a portion of land known as "Mutton Fish Point" situated about two miles northwestward of the
settlement of Gregory Town on the island of Eleuthera one of 't he ';lands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and is bounded and abutting as follows:- Northwardly by the land now or formerly
th.j, property of Coridon Limited and running thpieun fur a dis;tai :e if 393 13 hundredth ft.; outwardly by a 30' wide road reservation and running thereon for a distance of 402.57 hundredth ft;
.-uotwardly by the main Queen's highway and i nin ,'inofI 'ii va distance of 109.73 hundredth ft; westwardly by land now or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and running thereon for a
distance of 110.75 hundredth ft. this property 'wtiini i tie,, ul ai)pio,;!ii'itelv 44,714 sq. ft. this neighbourhood is zoned commercial/residential development and is quiet, peaceful and has a
topography of approximately 2 ft with al' utilities ad .;erw' ., 'niiilrie.
APPRAISAL: $51,421.00

MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA
All that piece, parcel or tract of land containing I ac;e situated about two miles northwestward of the settlement of Gregory lowni on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas, and is bounded and abutting as follows.: '- it, -.I.i.n., by the main Queens Highway and is running thereon for a distance of 125.462 feet northwestwardly by the land now
of formerly the property of Coridor I limited, anid iunr I t lioi" i (n st .nice ot 390.274 hundredth ft.; soulhwestwardly by a 30' wide toad reservation and running thereon for a distance of 128.128
hundredth ft; southeastwardly by the land now or (innetiy ie It pie'ly of thp Venor and running thereon for a distance of 322.955 lhund'edth ft. This property having an area of approximately
'44,847.76 sq. ft. This neighbourhood '< 7Tni e. r'. ';,,,mr''ai .'ir n'r'm rt qid is quiet and peaceful with a topography of npri..,-x,, ately :. ft. with all utilities and services available.
APPRAISAL: $51,421.00


Ihi: lot is vacant land and is loc 'in-' in the r!': I- ,.(-


S .I s i l P i t"


M11 TON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA


All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant land and inpiovoire,, ,( o,
two miles northwestward of the settlement of OG'gor\ fovii o. tlI
by the land now or formerly the property of Coridon" l iited, and,
running thereon for a distance of 393 19 hundredth ft bedsawaidh
property of Coridon Limited and running thereon, foi a dislai.n ,
of approximately 2 ft. with all utilities and services aail.l''.-


1ug approximately 44,587 sq. ft. and designated "F" which forms a portion of land known as "Mutton Fish Point" situated about
islandd rf Fleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of I lie Bahamans, and bounded and abutting as follows:- Northwardly
inning g thereon for a distance of 383.56 hundredth ft; southwaidly by land now or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and
i'y 'lie main Queen s Highway and running thereon for a distance of 113.,10 hundredth ft. westwardly by land now or formerly the
'3.40 hundredth ft this neighbourhood is zoned commerrial/residenriarl dev iopment and is quiet, peaceful and has a topography

APPRAISAL: $51,276.00


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For conditions of sale and other information contact
Philip White @ 502-3077 email phiIip.white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 email hlirry.collie@scotiabank.com 9 Fax 356-3851
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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY




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No. 21 B FRASER ALLOTMENT
SOLDIER ROAD Appraisal: $258,000.00
The subject property
con-sisting of 8,400
square feet is
L developed with a
m split leveled home
with 1925 square
Feet of floor area on
.the ground floor, a
porch area of 437
square feet and
second floor area of
S 735 square feet. The


building is of sound construction and completed in its entirety. The
ground floor comprises 2 bedrooms, one bath, a kitchen, dining and
family room. The second floor comprises two bedrooms, one bath, living
and dining areas.
Directions to property: Heading East on Soldier, turn left onto first paved
road opposite Lowes Wholesale, 2nd to last house on the road with
chain linked fence.


SANDYPORT


Appraisal: $300,000.00


All that lot of land having an area of 9,626 square feet, being lot number 40,
of the subdivision known as SandyPort, situate in the Western District of
New Providence. The property is irregular in shape, is on a level grade and
zoned as single family residential. An electrical connection outlet is located
near the property. The property is located on Sandy Port Drive just on the
bend before Governor's Cay on the Southern Side of the road.


No. 17 WESTRIDGE ESTATES


Appraisal: $930,000.00


All that lot of land having an
area of 30000 square feet,
being lot Number 17 of the
subdivision known as
Westridge Estates Addition.
Situate in the Western District
on the island of New
Providence.
Located on the subject
property 'is a newly
constructed single story
'"' "-' "' 'structure comprising 6,000
feet of living space with a
three Car Garage.
The building is 75% completed and comprises five bedrooms, four and a
half baths study, living/dining, family room,. kitchen, laundry and
generator room.
Location: From SuperValue West Bay, take the road heading west into
Westridge, take the first corner on the Right, Westridge Drive. Subject
property will be about the seventh on the right hpnd side of the road.


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Apartment 402, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
Lot 4, Block GN, Edward Birch Curt, Bahamian North


LOT No. 20, BLOCK 1, UNIT 3
FORTUNE POINT SUBDIVISION


Appraisal: $38,000.00


All that lot of vacant land having an area of 12,650 sq. ft. being lot No.
20, Block 1 Unit 3 of the Subdivision known and designated as Fortune
Point Subdivision, Freeport, Grand Bahama. Duplex property zoning with
a rectangle shape.


LINCOLN GREEN, CANEBY CLOSE Appraisal: $38,500.00
Unit 5, Block 17, Lot #48 Single family residence, Clearwater Close.
Located on fresh water canal. Approximately 17,404 sq. ft.


ABACO


Appraisal: $108,000.00


PORTION OF MURPHY TOWN CROWN
ALLOTMENT, MURPHY TOWN, ABACO.


kitchen and laundry
attention.


EXUMA
DUPLEX IN LOT 6
BAHAMA SOUND


Trapezium shaped lot 35
ft. above sea level
comprising 10,000 sq. ft.
Situated thereon is a 10-
year-old single storey
duplex, 2 bed, 1 bath,
kitchen, living/dining
area and porch.
S"' ''" (Building is in need of
................................ repairs).


EXUMA


Appraisal: $673,075.00


CASTELRAG ESTATES, LOTS 129 & 130
EXUMA HARBOUR SUBDIVISION


The subject property is located
on Kingway Road and is
developed with an area of
20,000 square feet. Situated
f thereon is a residence
comprised of 3,645 square feet
of living accommodations,'
inclusive of 4 bedrooms, 2
baths, with laundry and utility
it ~ spaces and a two bedroom one
bath guest cottage of 600
: square feet. The property is
fenced with white picket fencing and has a Gazebo at the highest portion
of the property.


PARCEL OF LAND, PALMETTO POINT


ELEUTHERA


Appraisal: $112,105.00


All that piece, parcel or lot of land 2,743 feet East of the junction of the
Palmetto Point road and main Eleuthera Highway containing 2.45 acres.
This site encompasses a 28-year-old single storey concrete structure of
approximately 832 square feet of enclosed floor space inclusive of shop
space and rest room facilities.



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The property is 89 x 100 ft
and rectangular in shape.
.' The land is elevated

road level and
approximately 25 ft above
' Bsea level. Located on this
property is a twenty-year-
old three bedroom, two
bathroom, living, dining,
room house. The structure requires much




Appraisal: $170,000.00


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FOR CONDITIONS OF SALE AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
HARRY COLLIE Ca S02-3034
E-mail harry.collie@scotiabank.com
or
PHILIP WHITE @ S02-3077
E-mail philipwhite@scotiabank.com
Fax: 3S6-38SI send bids to P. 0. Box N-7518 Rosetta Street, Nassau, Bahamas
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FAIRWAY MANOR CONDOMINIUM Appraisal: $73,000.00






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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007, PAUL. 9


Long Island



businesses



hit by more



flooding


M By CARA BRENNEN-
BETHEL
Tribune Business
Reporter
LONG Islanid residents and
businesses already struggling
to recover from "one of the
worst cases of flooding" in that
island's history received a fur-
ther drenching as Tropical
Storm Noel pounded the
Bahamas this week.
Larry Cartwright, the area's
MP, said Noel had made an
already bad situation unbear-
able.
"A number of farms, and
businesses, particularly in Low-
er Deadpan Cay, Hamilton's
and The Bight have had severe
flooding. They are telling me it
is the worst that they have ever
seen. There is even more water
now than there was during the
flooding of the last tew weeks."
M- Cartwright said.
He added that as soon as the
weather permitted, he intend-
ed to fly to Long Island to
assess the damage and meet
with his constituents to deter-
mine what assistance could be
offered.
The island's two airports at
Stella Maris and Deadman's
Cay remained underwater, and
many places that had escaped
the initial rjin, are now flood-
ed out..


Mr Cartwright said many
businesses and homes were
elevated so that they were not
completely flooded out, and
that residents were extremely
proactive in their preparation
for the storm.
Last month, several Long
Island farmers reported that
they had suffered "immeasur-
able" losses due to the floods;
losing not only the season's
produce but future produce as
well. Some lost lambs in the
flood waters.
Mr Cartwright said that
despite the losses, the people
of Long Island would remain
resilient.


Stella Maris general manag-
er Jill Smith said the resort
advised all those with book-
ings for this week not to fly in,
and all guesk- allied\ oi site.
bar one family visiting bh boat.
left by the tine Bahamasair
shutdown their service to the
island on Monday.
"We wece scheduled to have
a small wedding on Thursday,"
she said. "They still wanted to
come but they couldn't fly
here."
Others arriving via private
planes have simply resched-
uled their visits, said Ms Smith.
The resort has emptied. closed
its doors and sent staff home.


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Bahamians 'penalise ourselves through protection policies


FROM page 1

bar and hospitality industry act-
ed as another forill of monop-
oly. artificially raising the prices
Bahalmians and tourists had to
pa\. and making this destina-
tion uncompetitive oil cost.
"People do not have to work


foi then money,' M Smith said
ot the 15 per cent gratuity
"They have a monopoly on gra
tuities. This is a big problem
facing the Bahuamas the influ-.
ence of these interest groups."
The Callenders & Co partner
added: "We penalise ourselves
with Ihese protectionist policies.


E;,h"..;'tlliu"g i a mueno poly.
Much of ,vhat we ill pro,.
lion in tih. Bahiuna: 'v c,'ouiii'
productive.
'Thl v.ar ndi coL. umii-lCI
advocacy group:; aviounid. ,d ii
v..iywhere you look the i. on
sunmcr gets the short end of theI
stick in thl Bahamas. Instead


EBENE ZER I DISCRC





CHURCH STAFF POSITION FOR YOUTH WORKER
Methodist Church is seeking to employ a vibrant Christian to work with its children,
teens and young adults.


Applicants should:
t Be personable, creative. mature and passionate about young people
t Possess excellent communication skills.
? Be familiar with youth cultures and trends.

Responsibilities include:
T Implementation and oversight of all Youth Ministry progiammes.
t Planning and leading Youth Services and events.
t Leading young persons to Christ and creating life-time disciples..
t Building relationships between youth, congregation and the wider community.

Criteria for Employment
t A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized university confirmed by a certi-
fied copy), of certificate.
t Names and contacts of at least two professional references must be submitted.
t Willingness to support Church's programmes.
t Successful applicants will be expected to make a commitment to work in harmony
with Christian principles and to support the emphasis of The Bahamas Conference ot
the Methodist Church of which the church is a part.

Please send Resume together with a covering letter.
a statement of philosophy and a recent photograph o

rhe liust Secretary
Ebenezer Methodist Church
P.O. Box SS 6145
Nassau, Bahamas

Or fax to: (242) 393-8135, or e-mail to bcmcC@bahamas.net.bs

Candidates short listed will be contacted by telephone, fax or e-mail for an interview.

Shirley Street, Nassau Bahamas


: ) H!i t. 'i ,1 l..; ,, i g oVi ;',-
lil' :, ini ltnd meddlinge

, al b SI n I e'Ss 11' Ot ',,'
tIl t ill hI il. tll lId ;l w ilth i,'/gula-
tlio ., l l. l. p i l n'IISuI.sII C.S. '
i l' fil o ci L-'Li-' government
ptascd a ('onsumlner Protection
A/\Ct niCde is wtwatch, creating a
Oiasuinnc Pro.ec.tiojn Commis-
Sni but little ha, been heard or
secn of its activities, making it
difficuill to judge whether this
has made an impact.
Mi Smith suggested that the
Consumeiiir Affairs Division in
the Ministry of Lands and Local
Government was focusing on
the wiong areas when conduct-
ing inspections and seeking to
enforce the Price Control regu-
iatians.
Hec said they should be focus-
ing on "Ihe big ticket items"
such is allorney fee.-. mortgage
rats and fees. insurance pre-





INSIGHT


For stories behind news,
PeadhIIW IIMmndays,


miums and utilities charges,
irantr than the price of food-
stuff Il
At the end of the day the
consumer suffers, as they have
no recourse when there is
abuse, and they are subject to
the pricing whims and dictates
of persons who have the
monopoly," Mr Smith said.
"Services are inefficient, and
not responsive to the consumer
and the public.
"We have BTC, BEC and
Bahamasair. All these monop-
olies, whether Government or
private sector, are bad for busi-
ness. The problem with the
Bahamas is that the commer-
cial environment is dominated
by monopolies.
' "It's about timer we had
some antitrust legislation. and
the Government focuses on
breaking up monopolies, so the
consumer gets a break. Right
now, the consumer is getting
mashed up left, right and centre
by business monopolies."
Mr Smith added that
"Freeport, in particular, needs
to be de-monopolised", as the
Grand Bahama Port Authority
had a monopoly on water ser-
vices, the provision of sanita-
tion and waste services, a
monopoly on the airport and
harbour company, and a
monopoly on electricity supply
that had since been transferred
to the Grand Bahama Power


Company and its majority
shareholder, Marubeni.
The inability of Associated
Grocers' subsidiary, Interna-
tional Distributors of Grand
Bahama, to sell its grocery
products directly to Bahamian
wholesalers and foodstores
from its Freeport facility as a
perfect example of why
Bahamian consumers were dis-
advantaged.
"We have a huge tranship-
ment and produce distribution
depot in Freeport. The 60,000
Bahamians and tourists can't
access it. So we have to pay 100
per cent more, 200' per cent
more, to buy the goods from,
abroad," Mr'Smith said. ,
When asked whether a num-
ber of industries tended towards
natural monopolies, given the
relatively small size of the
Bahamas' 300,000 strong con-
sumer market, Mr Smith said
any form of monopoly or pro-
tectionism had been shown as
bad in the global free market.
context.
If the Bahamas wanted to
protect infant industries to
encourage their long-term
development, Mr Smith said
this nation should provide
domestic companies with tax
breaks, rather than imposing
import taxes or permits on for-
eign suppliers, and preventing
them outright from offering
their goods.


FIRSTCARIBBEAN
INTERNATIONAL BANK

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
for

Marketing Manager

Qualifications:

* Undergraduate Degree in Marketing/Communication
* Minimum 7 years experience with progressive responsibility
* Strong knowledge of the financial services sector
* Experience working in a matrix environment (a plus)
* Communication analysis and 'planning
* Events management and coordination

General Requirements/Responsibilities:

* Build relationships and coordinate communications and
events at the corporate level with customers, staff- industry
associations and other key stakeholders.
* Liaise with responsible Line of Business (LoB) and
facilitate development of marketing plans and promotions.
* Maintain plans to fulfill the aims and objectives of the
FirstCaribbean Sponsorship & Community Relations
(SCR) Programme.
* Liaise with contracted agencies to provide logistics support
for Public Relations and advertising activities.
* Facilitate in media and events selection and negotiations.
* Assist with the logistics required for carrying out research
projects such as "Employee Voice", "Customer Voice",
focus groups, benchmarking surveys and market research
as required.
* Act as press liaison Officer.
* Co-ordinate on-the-ground campaign launches.

Applicants are requested to submit their resume with a
cover letter via email by November 2n 2007 to.
deangelia.deleveaux@FirstCaribbeanBank.com

FirstCaribbean International Bank (Bahamas) Liinied
thanks all applicants for their interest, however only those
under consideration will be contacted
Vacancies are open to Bahamians only.


PEPSI COLA BAHAMAS
BOTTLING COMPANY

Pepsi Cola Bahamas, an affiliate of Pepsi Americas, Inc., is
searching for a qualified individual to supervise its evening
Warehouse functions

The incumbent will be responsible to:

* Effectively lead and develop the evening Warehouse team
to enhance efficiency, productivity and waste control.
* Check loads for accuracy and report discrepancies.
* Ensure that delivery trucks are properly loaded.
* Ensure that products are stacked and stored in appropriate
areas.

Ideal.candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge of good
manufacturing and warehousing practices and ensure that
housekeeping guidelines are followed,

A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered to
the successful candidate. If you are interested in being part of
a dynamic, growing international company, please mail or fax
resume to"

Human Resources Manager
Pepsi Cola Bahamas Bottling Co., Ltd.
P O, Box N-3004
Prince Charles Drive
Nassau, Bahamas
Fax: 364-2123
BOTTLING COMPANY


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PAGE 10B, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007


THE TRIBUNE






THE TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007, PAGE 11B


'At this point I





have no intention





of resigning'


WASHINGTON (AP) -
The head of the Consumer
Product Safety Commission,
under fire for a host of recalls of
Chinese-made toys, said
Wednesday she won't heed
Democratic lawmakers' calls for
her resignation.
"At this point I have no
K IN G 'S intention of resigning," said act-
ing Chairwoman Nancy Nord.
REAL ESTATE "I'm doing my job, and part of
my job is to talk with Congress
King's Real Estate Company Limited is a Bahamian Real about the tools and resources
Estate and Development Company. We are currently we need."
looking for applicants for the below positions. Nord rejected criticism that
she is controlled by the White
CIVIL ENGINEER House and too cozy with man-
ufacturers.
Bachelor Degree or higher in the field of Civil "I'm dedicated to the mission
Engineering. of this agency. We work every
c' 3day to make sure the market-
S 3-5years experience in Civil Engineering and place is safe for consumers," she
Construction related fields.
Registered with the Bahamas Professional Engineers said in an interview on CBS'
Board. "The Early Show" on Wednes-
Experience in the design of Subdivisions, Roads, day.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Airports, Drainage and Water & Sewerage Systems. a day earlier called for Nord's
Ability to use engineering software such as Auto resignation, saying that even
CAD 2004. after the recalls of millions of
Proficient in implementing site quality assurance Chinese-manufactured toys
measures and overseeing site supervision, marketed in the United States,
Hardworking and able to handle a number of projects Nord has failed to see the grav-
simultaneously. ity of the situation and contin-
ues to oppose Democrats'
REAL ESTATE AGENT efforts to double her agency's
funding and give it more
3 5 years experience in the Real Estate Industry. authority.
Licensed with the Bahamas Real Estate Association. Nord and the White House
Motivated, say they're not against modern-
izing and expanding the agency,
but several parts of the Democ-
King's Real Estate is a team orientated company and rats' legislation concerns them.
potential employees should be capable of adapting to Nord says she only wants to add
this philosophy. the right types of employees.
"I want to be hiring more
All interested candidates should e-mail there resumes to: safety inspectors and scientists
kingsley@kingsrealty.com and compliance officers, I don't
want to. be hiring lawyers,"
Nord said.



COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2007

IN THE SUPREME COURT No.000176

EQUITY SIDE




NOTICE

THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1969


The Petition of GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER of the City of Marsh Harbour of the
Island of Abaco one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of.

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in the
Settlement of Hope Town on the Island of Elbow Cay or Little Guana Cay in Abaco
one of the Cays in the Abaco chain of cays in the said Commonwealth of The Bahamas
which said piece parcel or lot of land is bounded NORTHWARDLY by the Cemetery
Road and running thereon One Hundred and Seventy-five Hundredths (100.75)
feet EASTWARDLY by land now or formerly the property of Edward Stanley Malone
and running thereon Forty-four and Eighty-six Hundredths (44.86) feet SOUTHWARDLY
by land now or formerly the property of B.C. Malone and running thereon Eighty-seven
and Thirty-seven Hundredths (87.37) feet; and WESTWARDLY by Gillam Street
and running thereon Sixty-two and Eighty-two Hundredths (62.82) feet

AND

AND IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 393
AND

AND IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER


The Petitioner, GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER, claim to be the owner of the fee
simple estate in possession of the pieces parcels or lots of land hereinbefore described and the
Petitioner has made application to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959, to have his title to the said land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof determined and declared, a Certificate of
Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with the provisions of the said Act.

Copies of the filed plan may be inspected during normal office hours at: -

(a) T'he Registry of the Supreme 'Court, Second Floor,
Ansbacher Building, East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2007

IN THE SUPREME COURT No.000175

EQUITY SIDE


NOTICE

THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1969



The Petition of GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER of the City of Marsh Harbour of the
Island of Abaco one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of.

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land containing 3,046 square feet
situate in the Settlement of Hope Town on the Island of Little Guana Cay one of the Abaco
Range of Cdys in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas which said piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded NORTHWARDLY by the Cemetery Road and running thereon Forty-six (46) feet
EASTWARDLY by land now or formerly the property of Aspert Kemp and running thereon
Seventy-three (73) feet SOUTHWARDLY by land now or formerly the property of Clarence
Kemp and running thereon Forty-six (46) feet and WESTWARDLY by land now or formerly
the property of Sons of Equity and running thereon Sixty-six (66) feet

AND
AND IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 393

AND

AND IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER



The Petitioner, GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER, claims to be the owner of the
fee simple estate in possession of the pieces parcels or lots of land hereinbefore described and
the Petitioner has made application to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959, to have his title to the said land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof determined and declared, a Certificate of
Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with the provisions of the said Act.

Copies of the filed plan may be inspected during normal office hours at: -

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Second Floor,
Ansbacher Building, East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

(b) The Chambers of HOPE STRACHAN & CO., Equity House, Mount Royal
Avenue North (Hawkins Hill), Nassau, Bahamas.

Notice is hereby given that any person having dower or right of dower or an adverse claim or
a claim not recognized in the said Petition shall on or before the 30th November, A.D. 2007
file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioners or undersigned a Statement of Claim
in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file and serve a Statement of Claim on or before the 30th day of November, A.D.
2007 will operate as a bar to such claim.



HOPE STRACHAN & CO.
Chambers,
Equity House,
Mount Royal Avenue North (Hawkins Hill),
Nassau, Bahamas.




COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMA:S 2007
IN THE SUPREME COURT No.000177
EQUITY SIDE


NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1969

The Petition of GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER of the City of Marsh Harbour of the
Island of Abaco one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of.

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land owned and occupied by the late
Alexander Kemp at the time of his death situate in the Settlement of Hope Town on the
Island of Elbow Cay or Little Cay or Little Guana Cay one of the Cays in the Abaco chain of
Cays in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas which said piece parcel or tract of land is
bounded NORTHWARDLY by Cemetary Road and running thereon Fifty-seven and Eighty
Hundredths (57.80) feet NORTHWARDLY by land now or formerly the property of the said
Michael Schreiner and running thereon Fifty (50) feet EASTWARDLY by land now or
formerly the property of Michael Schriner and running thereon Fifty (50) feet EASTWARDLY
by land now or formerly the property of the Petitioner and running thereon Thirty-nine and
Ninety-nine Hundredths (39.99) feet SOUTHWARDLY by Wilson Lane and running thereon
Two and Seven and Fifty-one Hundredths (207.51) feet WESTWARDLY by land now or
formerly the property of the Johnson Estate and running thereon Sixty-three and Twenty-
two Hundredths (63.22) feet NORTHWARDLY by land now or formerly the Property of B.C.
Malone and running thereon Twenty (20) feet WESTWARDLY by land now or formerly the
property of the said B.C,. Malone and running thereon Twenty-eight and Eighty-eight
Hundredths (28.88) feet NORTHWARDLY by land now or formerly the property of Edwards
Stanley Malone and running thereon Fifty and One Hundredths (50.01) feet EASTWARDLY
by land now or formerly the Property of David George Russell and running thereon Sixteen
(16) feet NORTHWARDLY by land now or formerly the property of the said David George
Russell and running theron Forty-six (46) feet and WESTWARDLY by land now or formerly
the property of the said David George Russell and running thereon Seventy-three (73) feet
AND
AND IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 393
AND
AND IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER

The Petitioner, GERALD KERR WHITELEATHER, claims to be the owner of the
fee simple estate in possession of the pieces parcels or lots of land hereinbefore described and
the Petitioner has made application to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas under Section 3 of'the Quieting Titles Act, 1959, to have his title to the said land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof determined and declared, a Certificate of
Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
Copies of the filed plan may be inspected during normal office hours at: -

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Second Floor.


(b) The Chambers of HOPE STRACHAN & CO., Equity House, Mount Royal
Avenue North (Hawkins Hill), Nassau, Bahamas.

Notice is hereby given that any person having dower or right of dower or an adverse claim or
a claim not recognized in the said Petition shall on or before the 30th November, A.D. 2007
file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioners or undersigned a Statement of Claim
in the prescribed ibform verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file and serve a Statement of Claim on or before the 301h day of November, A.D.
2007 will operate as a bar to such claim.



HOPE STRACHAN & CO.
Chambers,
Equity House,
Mount. Royal Avenue North (Hawkins Hill),
Nassau, Bahamas.


Ansbacher Building, East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

(b) The Chambers of HOPE STRACHAN & CO., Equity House, Mount Royal
Avenue North (Hawkins Hill), Nassau, Bahamas.

Notice is hereby given that any person having dower or right of dower or an adverse claim or
a claim not recognized in the said Petition shall on or before the 30th November, A.D. 2007
file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioners or undersigned a Statement of Claim
in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file and serve a' Statement of Claim on or before the 30th day of November, A.D.
2007 will operate as a bar to such claim.

HOPE STRACHAN & CO.
Chambers,
Equity House,
Mount Royal Avenue North (Hawkins Hill).
Nassau, Bahamas.










i HE I'HIBUNE


PAuE i-B FRIDAY, NOVEMVIBER :. 200,


IGOV
I'Slk


MINISTRY OF FINANCE







Licensing Authority


NOTiCr is hereby given that a sttirl of the Licensing Authol ity for NEW PROVIDENCE will be held at the Valuation and Licensing
u..t ,!',dei cK House. Frederick Street un 14 November 2007 at 10 00 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers
j, icein] s) under tile -bove Act. '

Any pe.raor snall be at liberty to oppose the grant of a licence and should dd so at least three (3) days before the date set for the
inei;ing b submitting h',sihel abjecLion to the applicant jnd the Licensing Authority

Ine public meei.> i's scheduled for 4,00 -t the Magistrate's Court #1. Bank Lane Applicants are'advised that they need not attend
the public meeting uflless they have been notified that there is an objection to the grant of their application. (ALL NEW APPLICANTS
APPLYING FOR A LIQUOR LICENCE NEED TO ATTEND THIS MEE ING).


NOTICE OF SITING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY






THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACF CH 3/2


The undi-..en eioned persons have applied for the grani or licences specIfieu beliuw


APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008

NAMe AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION
OF THE ADPLICANT OF lICENCE


ui62 BRENT MCDJNALOir.ARLOS HCKENZIE PROPRIETARY CLUB
MCDONA..LD RENT NCKENZiE CiARLOS
ROBINSON ROAD


016. COCKTAILS & DREAMS LTD. PROPRIETARY CLUB
COCKTAILS AND DREAMS
WES1 BAY STRtEl


0164 DONALD A. ARANHA WHOLESALE LIQUOR
DONCO WHOLESALE LIQUOR
C30LENS GATES #2


3165 E;'ERA HUDSON PROPRIETAR'V CLUB
riHDSON'S RESTAURANT & SPORTING
SOLDIER ROAD



0166 JOE ALFRED JOHNSON PROPRIETARY CLUB
STICHY HIDE-OUT
IDA STREET


,0,7 MAXiNE/MELVERN NEWLAND PROPRIETARY CLUB
!4EWLAND MAXINE/MELVERN
GARDEN hILLS ESTATES #2 "



01i8 MAXINE/MELVERN NEWLAND RESTAURANT AND BAR
NEWLAND MAXINE/MELVERN
GARDENS HILLS #2


'169 MAXiNE/MELVERN NEWLNDU MUSIC AND DANCE
NEWLAND MAYiNE/MELVERN
GARDENS 'iLLS #2


017i OSWALD 8ENEBY WHOLESALE LIQUOR
BENEBY OSWALD
LAKE LANE BELAiR ESTATES


.1i71 PERRY SAUNDERS WHOLESALE LIQUOR
SAUNDERS PERRY
ST. jTTTS ROAD. SUNSHINE PARK


0172 REGINALD TURNQUEST GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)
DRUMMER S PACKAGE STORE
DUNMORE AVE.. CHIPPINGHAIM


0173 RONRICO ALEXANDER TAYLOR WHOLESALE LIQUOR
TAYLOR ALEXANDER RONRICO
FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS


0174 TANYA BERNICE HYPPOLITE RESTAURANT AND BAR
HYPPOLITE BERNICE TANYA
EDEN STREET


TRANSFER APPLICATIONS FOR-THE YEAR 2007

NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE


01/5 BARBARA EYETTE FORBES
ALICE'S HUT
ARAWAK CAY


0li6 FREDERIC BRIAN SAWYER
SAWYER FRED
17 & 18 ARUNDEL STREELi


0177 KIRKWOOu EVANS
GODJ.'' ENTERPRISES
#99 HAMPSHIRE AVENUE



bi/8 KIRKWOOD EVANS
GOLDIE'S ENIERPRiSES
ARAWAK CAY


0i79 REA AND SHA GROUP COMPANY LTD
SPORTS BAR INTERNAlIONAL
MAIN FOX HILL ROAD



Ao'i 4 i : ,ri H; I' Jl.i- i.OMPAN' i
-OR: 5 LL AR TO : A NAI
tOX HILL ROAD


RESTAURANT AND BAR




GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)




RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCL




RESFAURAN I i"ADU -'A


LIQUOR LICENCE

LOCATION
0; PREMISES


SHOP SPACE WHClH IS SIfUAIED RIDGELAND
'ALL tASi. ROBiNSON ROAD



; SINGLE STOREY STONE BLDG., WHICH IS
SITUATED WEST BAY STREET FORMELY K.F.C.



A SINGLE STOREY GOLD/PINK STRUCTURE.
WHICh IS SiLTUTED ARMSTRONG ST. BETWEEN
SHiRL' & rSWE'r.iL STREETS


SHOP SPACE A- iHiE RONT GROUND FLOOR
SECTION OF A WO STORE', BUILDING (HUDSON
3i!L-DNG WHICH IS SITUATE AT SOLDIER
ROAD NEAR BURGER KING.


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY WHITE BLDG.
WHICH !S SITUAfED iDA STREET OFF
ROBINSUN ROAD


A SINGLE STOREY GREEN/WHITE STONE BLDG.
WHICH IS SITUATED ON fHE MAIN KENNEDY ,
SUBDIVisioN


A SINGLE SONE bREEN/WHiTE BLDG.. WHICH
.S 'TAUDED ON THE XAIN KENNEDY SUBDIVIS
-Oh


A ING LE STOREY GREENiWHITE STONE BLOG..
Whir" IS SilUATEO ON iHE MAIN KENNEDY
SUBD vISION


AR: ,jr IiGL.E STORE" STONE BLDG WHITE
WHICH > SriUATEO SOLDIER RD WEST OF
GOLb L.iRR .F


A SINGLE STOREi STONE BLDG.. WHICH IS
SiTUATED GLADSTONE ROAD



A SINGLE STOREY GREEN WOODEN STRUCTURE
WHICH IS SITUATED DUNMORE AVE CHIPPING
SHAY


A SINGLE SiQREY BLACK/WHiTE STONE BLDG..
WHICH IS SITUATED GOAL ALLEY



A SINGLE STOREY PINK STONE BLDG.. WHICH
IS SITUATED WULFF RD & MACKEY ST. OPPOSI
-TE iHL GAS STATION





lw' Cler:, iLcensing Authority


LIQUOR LICENCE

LOCATION
OF PREMISES


FROM GENERAL LIQUOR TO RESTAURANT & BAR
STALL #5 ARAWAK CAY WHICH IS SITUATED
WF'Ti BAY SiREe


'RANSFERRED FRUM ANIHONY ALBURY
SHOi' iN A MUSTARD SIXPLEX SHOPPING PLAZA
WIlCH IS SilUATED AT #17/18 ARUNDEL ST i


rL/' TRiA.> ERRED FROM TYRONE SAUNDERS
'AAWAK CAY VENDORS ASSOCIATION STALL #9
A S1RUCUTRE KNOWN AS "GOLDIE:S" WHICH IS
il0UA I ON ARAWAK CAY. WEST BAY STREET


/A/L t 1.".I-ES ENTERPRISES WHICH IS
'IAlA IN AUN AWA!: LAY WE31 BAY STREET
I"N ,RkI Fri ., YkRONE SAUNDERS



,. l J ;- ; iDiNG,. WHICH IS
S ,' .. I: I, ,;.,N 0OX HILL RD SOUIH




l ..:i i,. : 0 !.i. OAD JUST
A rWO STOREY D A.i BUILDING, WHICH IS
Bi IHW 51 ANNS' S0H(L,


TRANSFER APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2007


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF THE APPLICANT


DESCRIPTION
OF LICENCE


0181 REA AND SHA GROUP COMPANY LTD.
SPORTS BAR INTERNATIONAL
ROSE STREET FOX HILL


FIN/LIC/LA006


GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)


LIQUOR LiCENCE

LOCATION
OF PREMISES


FROM WARREN DAVIS
TWO STOREY PEACH BULLYING WHICH IS SITU-
ATED ON THE MAIN FOX HILL ROAD SOUTH OF
SAIN1 ANN'S SCHOOL





for the Clerk. Licensing Authority


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY


THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT CH.372

NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority for NEW PROVIDENCE will be held at Thi valuation o, -censing
Unit. Frederick House. Frederick Street on 14 November 2007 at 10:00 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers
of licences) under the above Act.

Any person shall be at liberty to oppose the grant of a licence and should do so at least -nree '3, ay: before tne date set 10o the
meeting by submitting his/her objection to the applicant and the Licensing Authority.

The public meeting is scheduled for 4:00 at the Magistrate's Court #7. Bank Lane. Applicants are advised that they need not attend
the Pblic meeting unless they have been notified that there is an objection t toof their application. (ALL NEW APPLICANTS
APPLYING FOR A LIQUOR LICENCE NEED TO ATTEND THIS MEETING .


*The undermentioned persons have applied for the graL or ,esences specified below


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008

NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE


0291 ALFRED COLLIE
COLLIE ALFRED LEHMAN
ELIZABETH AVENUE


0292-ALFRED COLLIE _.
COLLIE ALFRED LEHMAN
ELIZABETH AVENUE


0293 ALFRED COULLIE"
COLLIE ALFRED LEHMAN
ELIZABETH AVENUE


0294 ALFRED COLLIE
COLLIE ALFRED LEHMAN
ELIZABETH AVENUE



0295 ALFRED COLLIE
COLLIE ALFRED LEHMAN
ELZIABETH AVENUE


0296 ALL BRANDS LIQUORS LIMITED
SEA GRAPE WINE & SPRITS
PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE



0297 ANDREW SMITH
ANDY'S LIQUOR STORE
HIGHBURY PARK #17




0298 ANGELA ELIZABETH WILSON
OLDE TOWNE MARINE LIMITED
ST ANDREWS BEACH


0299 ANTOINETTE FERNANDER/ANTHONY
NETT'S RESTAURANT AND BAR
DEVEAUX STREET


0300 AUBREY ALEXANDER TUCKER
STAG. INN RTST,,rANT B SAR
,.NGSTON STREET



0301 AUBRY ALEXANDER TUCKER
STAGG INN RESTAURANT & BAR
KINGSTON STREET



0302 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
GOOMBAY BAR WEST BAY STREET



0303 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
RENDEZOUS LOUNGE WEST BAY ST




0304 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH



0305 BAHIIA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH



0306 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
DOLPHIN GRILL WEST BAY STREET.


PROPRIETARY CLUB




.GENERAL LIQUOR.(CITY LIMITS)




'"GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)




RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE




WHOLESALE LIQUOR





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





WHOLESALE LIQUOR




GENERAL LIQUOR (BAY & SHIRLEY)




MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)






HOTEL (OVER 100 ROOMS)





RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR


LIQUOR LiCENCE

LOCATION
OF PREMISES


A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE ON ELIZABETH AVENUE OFF BAY
STREET


A BAR BEING PART OF THE PALACE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE AT ELIZABETe. AVENUE OFF
BAY STREET (T/A SHARK'S)


A BAR BEING PART OF THE PALACt BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUAr' ON ELIZABETH AVENUE OFF
BAY STREET (T/A V i.P )


A BAR BEING -ART OF A TWO STOREV STONE
BUILDING KNOWN AS THE PALACE WHICH IS
SITUATE ON ELIZABETH AVENUE OFF BAY
STREET (1' WAVE).


A TWO SiORE" SFONE SUJLDIN-G WHICH iS
1.TUATE ON rLi-LAbrET AVNUE OFF 3A\
STREET


A SHOP SPACE Al A SINGLE STOREY STONE
COMPLEX "SEA GRAPE SHOPPING CENTRE"
WHICH IS SITUAT6 ON PRINCE CHARLES
DRIVE. EAST


GROUND FLOOR. fWO STOREY WHITE/BURGUNDY
STONE BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED AT THE
CORNER OF COLLEGE GARDENS AND PRINCE
CHARLES DRIVE


SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING AT 01 SOUTh
LAGOON THE OLDER TOWNE Ai SANDYPORi WHC-i,
IS SITULATF ON WEST BAI STREET


PAR1 OF SINGLE SiOR' BUIitiNt Whl' S
SITUATED ON OtVEAUi ..NEeT Mi uW, o6tiWEN
BAY AND DOWOESWELI STRiEEi


TRANSFERRED FROr SIONEI PRAT'
A S:MGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH is
SITUATE Al KINGSTON STREET OFF KEMP
ROAD. ANNS 10TOWN.


TRANSFERRED FROM SIONY' PRATi
A SINGLE SIORtY SiONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUAIE Al KINGSTON SiREET OFF kEMF ROAD
ANNS iOWN


TELEGRAPH BAR ON THE 1HIRO FLOOR LOBBY
LEVEL BEING PART OF iH sHERA10N CABLE
BEACH RFSORU WHit.H iS SilLAlt ON CABLi
BEACH. WESi BA\ SiRi-E


FROM RADOISON CABLi0 BiACiH Rt OHRi'
CARiBF LAft ON iHi .muiNI 1 tOR BLiNG
PART Of HIL sHLERAiON CABLe. BtACh RESORT
WHICH IS SIOUAIL UN Wtin BAr \iRLli
CABLE BEACH


FROM RALlibSON ABLE BEACH RLbORi HUilti
A MULTI liURE HUiLL KNOWN AS SHERATON
CABLt BEACH RESORr WHiCi is iiiUAIE ON
WESi BA) SiREET CABit BEiACH


fHL INDLPINDLN.i. BALLkRUUM ON iHt IRSi
FLOOR LONVtNIiON AREA Ot IME SHERAION
LABLtL BtACH RbIORI NO it.rH I SIlUAIE ON
WEST BA) iRE Li CAbLi BtACH


FROM RADisSUN ICAHPI BI ALH RLSURIS
DOLPHINN GRILL)
A SNALk BAR Al 1lll RtAR S;Iiki N 8t iNbl
PARi at ,h RAliabuN lt L, l itLAtH RtSORI
WHICH IS SIlUAIL ON W[SI BAY SIRLL1
CABtI I I ACH


I 'At-


- ---- -- --


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'NOTICE


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1 HE TRIBUNE


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007, PAGE 13B


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008


NAME AND '".SS
OF iHt APPliCANi


!t: BAHE M PROPERTIES LTD
'HERAiKU CABLE BEACH RESORT
ES BA i IREEI. CABLE BEACH





0308 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERAION CABLE BEACH RESORT
WELS B ,\ W1RLLH. CABLE BEACH





0309 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LID
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
RUM RUNNER RM WES! BAY STREET





0310 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LITD
SHERA10N CABLE BEACH RESORT
WES' RAY STREF '. CABLE BEACH





0311 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WESi BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH





0312 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WESi BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH



0313 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH



0314 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH



0315 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
THE LUCAYAN RM WEST BAY STREET




0316 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
RN; SERVICE BAR WEST BAY STREET






0317 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET CABLE BEACH





0316 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD
SHERATON -ABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREl. CABLE BEACH





0319 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
AMCI BAR WEST BAY STREET.





0320 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES .TD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
DOLPHIN CAY WEST BAY STREET.






0321 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH





0322 BAHA MAR PROPERTIES LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH



0323 BAHAMAS INFLIGHT LIMITED
BAHAMAS IN-FLIGHT LIMITED
WINDSOR FIELD





0324 BASIL DEWITT WATSON
B'WATTS LIQUOR STORE
#28 CHENIELLE AVE GARDEN HILLS


0325 BH RIU HOTELS LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
ROOM SERVICE RIU PARADISE IS


0326 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
SOCA POOL BAR


0327 BH RIU.HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
CALYPSO, BAR SALON


0328 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
CASINO DRIVE PARADISE ISLAND.


0329 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
CLONY RESTAURANi


0330 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
IENGOKU. JAPANESF RESTAURANT


0331 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
8AHAMAS 0'*LAK HOUSE


LIQUOR LICENCE

LOCATION
OF PREMISES


OF LICIENLE


RESTAURANT AND BAR FROM RADISON CABLE BEACH RESORTS
(ISLAND RESTAURANT & BAR)
A ROOM ON THE FOURTH FLOOR BEING PART OF
THE RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS
SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH


RESTAURANT AND BAR FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORTS
BIMINI MARKET. FIRST FLOOR LEVEL BEING
PART OF THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON CABLE BEACH, WEST
BAY STREET


MUSIC AND DANCE (RUM RUNNER RESTAURANT & BAR)
FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH
A ROOM ON THE FOURTH FLOOR BEING PART OF
THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS
SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH


MUSIC AND DANCE FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH
THE TELEGRAPH ON THE THIRD FLOOR LOBBY
LEVEL BEING PART OF THE SHERATON CABLE
BEACH RESORT WHICH IS SITUATED ON WEST
BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH


MUSIC AND DANCE FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORTS
BIMINI MARKET. FIRST FLOOR LEVEL BEING
PART OF THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET
CABLE BEACH


GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS) FROM RADISON CABLE BEACH RESORTS
A ROOM AT THE REAR SECTION OF SHERATON
CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS SITUATE ON
CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY STREET


RESTAURANT AND BAR TAINO RESTAURANT THE THIRD FLOOR LOBBY
LEVEL AT THE RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET
CABLE BEACH *


RESTAURANT AND BAR ARAWAK ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR CONVENTION
AREA OF THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET
CABLE BEACH


RESTAURANT AND BAR THE LUCAYAN ROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR CON-
VENTION AREA BEING PART OF THE SHERATON
CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS SITUATE ON
WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH



RESTAURANT AND BAR FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORTS
(ROOM SERVICE BAR)
A ROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR LEVEL BEING
PART OF THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET
CABLE BEACH



MUSIC AND DANCE (TAINO RESTAURANT)
FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH
A ROOM ON THE THIRD FLOOR LOBBY LEVEL AT
THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS
SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH



MUSIC AND DANCE FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH
INDEPENDENCE BALLROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR
CONVENTION AREA AT THE SHERATON CABLE
BEACH RESORT WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST
BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH


MUSIC AND DANCE (AMICI BAR)
FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH
A ROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR LEVEL OF THE
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT. WHICH IS
SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH


MUSIC AND DANCE (DOLPHIN GRILL)
FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH
A SNACK BAR AT THE REAR SECTION BEING
PART OF THE SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET
CABLE BEACH


MUSIC AND DANCE (EDGEWATER BAR)
FROM RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORTS
A ROOM AT THE REAR SECTION OF THE
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS
SITUATE ON CABLE BEACH, WEST BAY STREET



MUSIC AND DANCE (ISLAND RESTAURANT)
A ROOM ON THE FOURTH FLOOR OF THE
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT WHICH IS
SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH



RESTAURANT AND BAR (GENERAL AVIATION )
SHOP SPACE (COFFE SHOP) BEING PART OF A
ROOM IN THE GENERAL AVIATION SECTION
NASSAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHICH IS
SITUATE AT WINDSOR FIELD "



WHOLESALE LIQUOR A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED WEST SIDE OF BETHEL AVE. NORTH
OF DANDY LION SCHOOL


RESTAURANT AND BAR SERVICE RESTAURANT & BAR IN RIU PARADISE
ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED ON CASINO
DRIVE PARADISE ISLAND


GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER) 'SOCA' A BAR AT THE POOL AREA OF THE RIU
PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED
AT CASINO DRIVE PARADISE ISLAND.


GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS) CALYPSO BAR SALON. GROUND FLOOR OF THE
RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITU-
ATED ON PARADISE ISLAND


HOTEL (OVER 100 ROOMS) A MULTI STOREY RESORT KNOWN AS THE RIU
PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED
CASINO DRIVE. PARADISE ISLAND.


RESTAURANT AND BAR A ROOM KNOWN AS COLONY RESTAURANT NEAR
THE LOBBY AREA AT RIU PARADISE ISLAND


HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED ON PARADISE IS


RESTAURANT AND BAR TENGOKU JAPANESE RESTAURANT TWI GROUND
FLOOR OF THE RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL
WHICH IS SITUATED ON PARADISE ISLAND


RESTAURANT AND BAR STEAK HOUSE ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF RIU
PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED
ON PARADISE ISLAND


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008


LIQUOR LICENCE


NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION LOCATION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE OF PREMISES


0332 8H RIU HOTELS. LTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
CASINO DRIVE, PARADISE ISLAND


0333 BH RIU HOTELS, LTDO.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
THE LOBBY BAR / COLONY


0334 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
SR ALEXANDER


0335 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
THE SOCA POOL RESTAURANT & BAR



0336 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
ATLANTIC RESTAURANT


0337 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
CALYPSO


0338 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
POOL AREA



0339 BH RIU HOTELS. LTD.
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
CALYPSO (SALON BAR)


0340 BH RIU HOTELSLTD
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
THE BANQUET AREA



0341 BH RIU HOTRLS
RIU PARADISE ISLAND
PARADISE ISLAND


0342 BRISTOL GROUP OF COMPANIES
BRISTOL WINES & SPIRITS
GLADSTONE ROAD OFF J F K DRIVE


0343 BUDGET LIQUOR STORE LIMITED
BERNARD ROAD



0344 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY STREET


0345 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
SEASIDE BUFFET WEST BAY STREET


0346 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CASINO BAR. WEST BAY STREET


0347 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
FLAMINGO POOL BAR. CABLE BEACH


0348 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
LOBBY BAR CABLE BEACH WEST BAY


0349 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH





0350 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
BANQUET ROOM. WEST BAY ST


0351 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
SOLE MARE, WEST BAY STREET


0352 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CRYSTAL SWEETS WEST BAY STREET


0353 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
GOOMBAY MAMA, WEST BAY STREET



0354 CABLE BEACH RESORTS. LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CASINO BAR: WEST BAY STREET



0355 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
SHERATON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WEST BAY STREET, CABLE BEACH




0356 CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH


0357 CALVIN THEOPHILUS FARQUHARSON
BEVERAGE MOMENTS
#2 HIGh, VISTA


0358 CALVIN THEOPHILUS FARQUHARSON
BEVERAGE MOMENTS
#2 HIGH VISTA


0359 CALVIN THEOPHILUS FARQLIUHARSON
BEVERAGE MOMENTS
#2 HIGH VISA


0360 CAPTAIN VINNY'S HIDEAWAY LTD
CAPTAIN VINNYS
BAY STREET



0361 CEDRIC C, MUNNINGS
MUNNINGS C. CEDRIC
LOVE BEACH


MUSIC AND DANCE





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)




RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR
RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BANCE





MUSIC AND DANCE






MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR






PROPRIETARY CLUB





WHOLESALE LIQUOR





WHOLESALE LIQUOR





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)




GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





RESTAURANT AND BAR







RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR






RESTAURANT AND BAR






RESTAURANT AND BAR






RESTAURANT AND BAR





PROPRIETARY CLUB





GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)


MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR






RESTAURANT AND BAR


(BANQUET AREA)
AN AREA ON THE GROUND FLOOR BEING PART
OF RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS
CITIIATFf ON CASINO DRIVE PARADISE ISLAND


COLONY.THE COUNTER BAR IN THE LOBBY AREA
OF RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS
SITUATED AT CASINO DRIVE PARADISE ISLAND


SIR ALEXANDER RESTAURANT BEING PART OF
THE RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS
SITUATE ON CASINO DRIVE PARADISE ISLAND


AN AREA NEAR THE POOL KNOWN AS THE SOCA
BAR ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF THE RIU PARA-
DISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED ON
CASINO DRIVE. PARADISE ISLAND


ATLANTIC RESTAURANT, GROUND FLOOR OF THE
RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITU-
ATED ON PARADISE ISLAND


CALYPSO BAR SALON ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF
RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITU
-ATED ON PARADISE ISLAND


(SOCA BAR & GRILL)
THE POOL AREA BEING PART OF RIU PARADISE
ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATE ON CASINO
DRIVE. PARADISE ISLAND


SALON BAR. GROUND FLOOR. RIU HOTEL WHICH
IS SITUATED ON PARADISE ISLAND



THE BALLROOM KNOWN AS THE BANQUET AREA
BEING PART OF THE GROUND FLOOR AT THE
RIU PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL WHICH IS SITU-
ATED ON PARADISE ISLAND


A MULTI STORIED HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED
ON CASINO DRIVE. PARADISE ISLAND



GROUND FLOOR OF THE OUT ISLAND TRADING
BUILDING SUITE #104 WHICH IS SITUATED ON
EAST.BAY STREET. EAST OF MACKEY STREET


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING (GREEN
AND WHITE) WHICH IS SITUATE ON BERNARD
ROAD. OPPOSITE WINDSOR ESTATES


A BAR AT TOP OF ESCALATOR IN CASINO
CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD., WHICH IS
SITUATED CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY STREET


ROOM AT THE EAST REAR END OF THE CASINO
AREA OF THE CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WHICH IS SITUATE AT CABLE BEACH WEST BAY


A BAR AT THE REAR OF THE CABLE BEACH
RESORTS LTD.. WHICH IS SITUATED AT CABLE
BEACH WEST BAY STREET


A BAR AT THE POOL DECK OUTSIDE REAR OF
CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD. WHICH IS SITUA-
TED ON CABLE BEACH


A BAR IN THE MAIN LOBBY AREA OF THE
CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.. WHICH IS SITU-
ATED ON CABLE BEACH


(ADOCADO RESTAURANT) NOT KEPT
A ROOM ON THE FOURTH FLOOR LEVEL BEING
PART OF THE RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON CABLE BEACH. WEST
BAY STREET


A ROOM ON THE LOWER LEVEL OF THE CABLE
BEACH RESORTS LTD. WHICH IS SITUATED ON
CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY STREET


A ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR BEING PART OF
CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD. WHICH IS SITUA-
ED AT CABLE BEACH WEST BAY STREET


MALL AREA BEHIND CASINO OF CABLE BEACH
RESORTS LTD., WHICH IS SITUATE ON CABLE
BEACH. WEST BAY STREET


A ROOM ON THE GROUND FLOOR SECTION BEING
A PART OF THE CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.
WHICH IS SITUATE AT CABLE BEACH, WEST
BAY STREET


A ROOM AT THE REAR OF THE CASINO BEING A
PART OF CRYSTAL PALACE TOWERS COMPLEX.
WHICH IS SITUATED AT CABLEBEACH WEST BAY
STREET


(GOLF SNACK BAR) NOT KEPT
A SNACK BAR NEAR THE GOLF COURSE BEING
PART OF THE RADISSON CABLE BEACH RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET
CABLE BEACH


A BAR AT THE POOL DECK. OUTSIDE AREA OF
CABLE BEACH RESORTS LTD.. WHICH IS
SITUATE AT CABLE BEACH.


GRAY LEATH BAR. THE KERZNER DEVELOPMrLnT
SITE WHICH IS SITUATED ON PARADISE IS.



PHASE THREE WORKERS RESIDENTIAL COMPOUND
WHICH IS SITUATED ON THE KERZNER DEVELOP
MENT HOUSING SITE (CLUB MED) PARADISE IS


GRAY LEATH BAR. THE KERZNER DEVELOPMENT
SITE (OLD CLUB MED) WHICH IS SITUATED AT
PARADISE ISLAND


FORMERLY MARLBOROUGH AND GEORGE STREETS
TRANSFERRED TO SPACE #12 COLONY PLACE
SHOPPING ARCADE. NORTH SIDE BAY STREET
BETWEEN GEORGE AND MARKET STREETS


A SINGLE STOREY MULTI COLOR STRUCTURE
WHICH IS SITUATED NIRVANA. LOVE BEACH










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FOR THE YEAR 2008


DESCRIPTION
OF LICENCE


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF THE APPLICANT


0362 CEDRIC C MUNNINGS
MUNNINGS C, CEDRIC
LOVE BEACH


0363 CFDRIC MUNNINGS
CEDRIC'S KITCHEN
WULFF ROAD


0364 CEDRIC MUNNINGS
CEORIC'S KIICHEN
WULFF ROAD


0365 CHARLES JOHNSON
CHARLIF'S CLUB
VILLAGE ROAD


0366 CHARLES JOHNSON
CHARLIE'S CLUB
VILLAGE ROAD




0367 CHARLES MCKINNEY
HIGH NOON
WULFF ROAD.OPPOSITE PEARDALE




0368 CHARLES MCKINNEY
HIGH NOON
WULFF ROAD AND VERBENA AVENUE


0369 CHARLES MCKINNEY
HIGH NOON
WULFF ROAD


0370 CHARLES MCKINNEY HOLDINGS CO
HIGH NOON
WULFF ROAD. OPPOSITE PEARDALE


0371 CHARLES PHILIP STRACHAN
T B INN
PINEWOOD GARDENS


0372 CHEN'S INVESTMENTS
BEIJING CHINESE RESTAURANT
BETHEL PLAZA. SOUTH BEACH


0373 CHESAPEAKE HOLDINGS LTD.
COLONY LIQUOR STORE
JEROME AVENUE & CHESAPEAKE RD


0374 COCKTAILS & DREAMS LIMITED
COCKTAILS AND DREAMS
WEST BAY STREET


0375 COCKTAILS & DREAMS LIMITED
COCKTAILS AND DREAMS
WEST BAY STREET


0376 COCKTAILS & DREAMS LIMITED
COCKTAILS AND DREAMS
WEST BAY STREET


0377 COMPASS POINT BEACH CLUB
COMPASS POINT BEACH RESORT LTD'"
WEST BAY STREET




0378 COMPASS POINT BEACH RESORT LTD'
WEST BAY STREET




0379 COMPASS POINt BEACH RESORT LTD
WEST BAY STREET




f "?u C(NTHIA MARIA DAVIS
EAST COAST PUB
PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE




0381 CYNTHIA MARIA DAVIS
EAST COAST PUB
PRICNE CHARLES DRIVE




0382 DA JUNKANOO SHACK
DA JUNKANOO SHACK RESTAURANT
WOODS RODGERS WHARF


0383 DA JUNKANOO SHAK
DA JUNKANOO SHACK RESTAURANT
BAY STREET


0384 DAVID BOWE


SUGAR KID BOWE RESTAURANT/BAR
SOLDIER ROAD


0385 DAVID BOWE
SUGAR KID BOWE RESTAURANT/BAR
SOLDIER ROAD


0386 DAVID F BOWE
SUGAR KID BOWE WHOLESALE BAR
ALEXANDER ST, NASSAU VILLAGE





0387 DOMINIQUE GREENE
DOMINIQUE'S
BOYD ROAD




0388 DON BROWN
OUR PLACE THE MAN GONE CRAZY
MELOON MALL MACKEY STREET


0389 DON BROWN
OUR PLACE THE MAN GONE CRAZY
#2 MEI DON MALL MACKEY STREET


0390 DON BROWN
OUR PLACE THE MAN GONE CRAZY
MELDON MALL, MACKEY STREET


0391 DONALD L WEIR
DOPAN'S HOTEL & CAFE
CARMICHAEL ROAD. CORAL HARBOUR


LIQUOR LICENCE


LOCATION
OF PREMISES


MUSIC AND DANCE





RESIAURANI AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





PROPRIETARY CLUB





MUSIC AND DANCE






WHOLESALE LIQUOR






RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





WHOLESALE LIQUOR





PROPRIETARY CLUB





RESTAURANT AND BAR





WHOLESALE LIQUOR





GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)





RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





hOTEL (UNDER 25 ROOMS)






RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE






MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT ANO BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





WHOLESALE LIQUOR







RESTAURANT AND BAR






PROPRIETARY CLUB


RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





MUSIC AND DANCE


A SINGLE STOREY MULTI COLOR STRUCTURE
WHICH IS SITUATED NIRVANA. LOVE BEACH



A PART OF A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDINq
WHICH IS SITUATE AT ROLLE AVENUE OFF
PEACH STREET NEAR WULFF ROAD


A PART OF A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE ON ROLLE AVENUE OFF
PEACH STREET NEAR WULFF ROAD


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE BLDG
WHICH IS SITUATED EAST BAY ST SEABOARD
MARINE


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE BLDG
WHICH IS SITUATED EAST BAY ST. SEABOARD
MARINE



THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT THE
NORTHERN SIDE OF WULFF ROAD. OPPOSITE
PEARDALE


A PART OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SIUTATE AT WULFF ROAD AND
VERBENA AVENUE (A.K.A ROLLE AVENUE)


A PART OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE AT WULFF ROAD AND
VERBENA AVENUE (A.K.A ROLLE AVENUE)


GROUND FLOOR OF A SINGLE STOREY BUILDING
WULFF ROAD AND VERBENA STREET A.K.A.
ROLLE'S AVENUE


SINGLE STOREY YELLOW/PINK BUILDING WHICH
IS SITUATED ON SEVENTH ST COCONUT GROVE




SHOP SPACE IN THE BETHEL PLAZA FORMERLY
KNOWN AS 'CHINA POT' WHICH IS SITUATED
ON EAST STREET SOUTH ADJACENT TO K.F.C.


A PORTION OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE
COMPLEX WHICH IS SITUATE AT JEROME AVE
AND CHESAPEAKE ROAD.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET OPPOSITE THE
OLD KING & KNIGHTS


SINGLE STOREY LT GRAY BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED AT WEST BAY STREET OPPOSITE THE
OLD KING & KNIGHTS BUILDING


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING FORMERLY
KENTUCKY RESTAURANT WHICH IS SITUATED AT
WEST BAY STREET


A COMPLEX KNOWN AS COMPASS POINT RESORT
WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET





A PART OF A COMPLEX KNOWN AS COMPASS
POINT RESORT WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST
BAY STREET


A PART OF A COMPLEX KNOWN AS COMPASS
POINT BEACH RESORT WHICH IS SITUATE AT
WEST BAY STREET


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING (BEIGE & BROWN) WHICH IS
SITUATE AT PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE NEAR
FOX HILL ROAD TRAFFIC LIGHT.


A SHOP SPACE ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF A
TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUTATE ON THE NORTH SIDE OF PRINCE
CHARLES DRIVE


SPACE WHICH IS SITUATED ON WOODS RODGERS
WHARF OPPOSITE HILTON




A SHOP SPACE WHICH IS SITUATED AT THE
REAR OF BURNS HOUSE BAY ST NEXT TO
BRITISH COLONIAL HOTEL


A PART OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE ON THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF
SOLDIER ROAD. EAST OF WINDSOR PLACE


A PART OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE ON THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF
SOLDIER ROAD. EAST OF WINDSOR PLACE


A SHOP SPACE AT A SINGLE STOREY STONE
BUILDING KNOWN AS SUGAR KID BOWE CENTRE
WHICH IS SITUATE AT ALEXANDER STREET
NASSAU VILLAGE OPPOSITE THE BASKET BALL
COURT


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT BOYD ROAD. MONSON VILLAGE.





SHOP SPACE IN MELOON MALL WHICH i SITU-
ATED ON MACKEY STREET




SHOP SPACE #2 MELON MALL WHICH IS


SITUATE ON MACKEY STREET




SHOP SPACES #3/#4 AT THE MELDON MALL
WHICH IS SITUATE ON MACKEY STREET.
FROM JOSEPH FOX T/A CLUB VICTORIAN


A SINGLE STOREY RED/WHITE BLDG. WHICH IS
SITUATED CARMICHAEL RD. NEAR CORAL
HARBOUR


U


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR THL YEAR 2008


DESCRIPTION
OF LICENCE


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF THE APPLICANT


0392 DONALD L. WEIR
DORAN'S HOTEL & CAFE
CARMICHAEL ROAD


0393 DONALD WEIR
BRITANNIA PUB COMPANY LTD.
CARMICHAEL ROAD


0394 DONALD WEIR
BRITANNIA PUB COMPANY LTD.
CARMICHAEL ROAD


0395 DONALD WEIR
BRITANNIA PUB COMPANY LTD.
CARMICHAEL ROAD


0396 DRIFTWOOD BAHAMAS LIMITED
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT
HARBOUR DRIVE, PARADISE ISLAND



0397 DRIFTWOOD BAHAMAS LIMITED
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT
PARADISE ISLAND



0398 DRIFTWOOD BAHAMAS LIMITED
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT
HARBOUR DRIVE, PARADISE ISLAND



0399 DRIFTWOOD BAHAMAS LIMITED
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT
HARBOUR DRIVE. PARADISE ISLAND




0400 DRIFTWOOD BAHAMAS LIMITED
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT
PARADISE ISLAND


0401 DRIFTWOOD BAHAMAS LTD
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT
PARADISE ISLAND




0402 DRIFTWOOD NASSAU LTD
HOLIDAY INN NASSAU
WEST BAY STREET




0403 DRIFTWOOD NASSAU LTD
HOLIDAY INN NASSAU
WEST BAY STREET



0404 DRIFTWOOD NASSAY LTD
HOLIDAY INN NASSAU
WEST BAY STREET


0405 EDDIE DORMEUS
BROTHER EDDIE'S KITCHEN #2
SOUTH BEACH


0406 EDDIE J DORMEUS
BROTHER EDDIE'S KITCHEN
ARAWAK CAY, WEST BAY STREET




0407 ELIJAH CLARKE
MIDWAY TAVERN
ABRAHAM STREET


0408 ELVERA HUDSON
HUDSON'S PLACE
SOLDIER ROAD




0409 EMMANUEL/PANTELIS TSAKOS
CAPRICCIO RESTAURANT
WEST BAY STREET. CABEL BEACH


0410 FRANKLIN FERGUSON
THE TURNING POINT
COCONUT GROVE AVENUE & EXUMA


0411 FRANKLIN FERGUSON
THE TURNING POINT
COCONUT GROVE & EXUMA STREET




0412 FREDERIC BRIAN SAWYER
SAWYER FRED
17 & 18 ARUNDEL STREET


0413 GENWOOD NASSAU LTD.
HOLIDAY INN NASSAU
VALENTINE GRIMES & CO.


0414 GENWOOD NASSAU LTD.
HOLIDAY INN NASSAU
VALENTINE GRIMES & CO. FLOMAR




0415 GENWOOD NASSAU LTD.
HOLIDAY INN NASSAU
FLOMAR HOUSE 93 COLLINS AVENUE



.0416 GEORGE ADDERLEY
NEW FRONTIER GENERAL LIQUOR
#82 ALEXANDER BOULEVARD


0417 GEORGE R ADDERLEY
NEW FRONTIER GENERAL LIQUOR
#81 NASSAU VILLAGE


0418 GEORGE ROSCOE ADDERLEY
NEW FRONTIER GENERAL LIQUOR


#58 WILLIAM ST & ALEXANDRIA BL


0419 GEORGE SKANDALARIS
SKANDALARIS GEORGE
INT'L BAZZAR. BAY STREET




0420 HARRIS/JOANNE WILLIAMS
4 QTRS


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LOCATION
OF PREMISES


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PROPRIETARY CLUB





RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





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GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)






RESTAURANT AND BAR






RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR






GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)






RESTAURANT AND BAR






HOTEL (OVER 100 ROOMS)





RESTAURANT AND BAR


RESTAURANT AND BAR






WHOLESALE LIQUOR





WHOLESALE LIQUOR






RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE






GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





PROPRIETARY CLUB





GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMIT!






MUSIC AND DANCE






MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR





GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)





RESTAURANT AND BAR







MUSIC AND DANCE


CHESTNUT SI.. PINEWOOD GARDENS


SPACE IN SINGLE STOREY RED/WHITE BLDG
WHICH IS SITUATED CARMICHAEL ROAD NEAR
CORAL HARBOUR


A SINGLE STOREY WHITE STONE BLDG, WHICH
IS SITAUTED CABLE BEACH ON THE ROUND-A-
BOUT' BY SANDALS HOTEL


A SINGLE STOREY WHITE STONE BLDG. WHICH
IS SITUATED CABLE BEACH ON THE ROUND-A-
BOUT BY SANDALS HOTEL


A SINGLE STOREY WHITE STONE BLDG. WHICH
IS SITUATED CABLE BEACH ON ROUND-A-BOUT
BY SANDALS HOTEL


A ROOM BEING PART OF A MULTI STOREY
COMPLEX KNOWN AS "HOLIDAY INN SUNPREE
RESORT" WHICH IS SITUATED ON HARBOUR DR.
PARADISE ISLAND (LOBBY BAR)


AN AREA BEING PART OF THE HOLIDAY INN
SUNSPREE RESORT WHICH IS SITUATED ON
HARBOUR DRIVE. PARADISE ISLAND WAHOOSS)
PARADISE ISLAND


AN AREA BEING PART OF THE HOLIDAY INN
SUPSPREE RESORT WHICH IS SITUATED ON
HARBOUR DRIVE WAHOOSS RESTAURANT




A ROOM BEING PART OF A MULTI STOREY
COMPLEX KNOWN AS THE HOLIDAY INN SUNS-
PREE RESORT WHICH IS SITUATED ON HARBOUR
DRIVE, PARADISE ISLAND (CAPTAINS TABLE)


A ROOM BEING PART OF A,MULTI STOREY COM-
PLEX KNOWN AS HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE
RESORT WHICH IS SITUATED ON PARADISE IS.


A ROOM BEING PART OF A MULTI STOREY
COMPLEX KNOWN AS THE HOLIDAY INN SUNS-
PREE RESORT WHICH ON HARBOUR DRIVE
PARADISE ISLAND (HARBOUR CLUB)


(CHASE LOUNGE)
A ROOM BEING PART OF A MULTI STOREY
COMPLEX KNOWN AS HOLIDAY INN WHICH IS
SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET


(BAY STREET GRILL)
A ROOM BEING PART OF A MULTI STOREY
COMPLEX KNOWN AS HOLIDAY INN WHICH IS
SITUATE ON WEST BAY STREET


A MULTI STOREY COMPLEX KNOWN AS HOLIDAY
INN HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATE ON WEST BAY
STREET


A SINGLE STOREY BLDG., WHICH IS SITUATED
NORTH EAST CORNER OF BAY ST & ELIZABETH
AVE (FORMERLY JULIE'S CAFE)


(ARAWAK CAY VENDORS ASSOCIATION)
(STALL #10)
A STRUCTURE WHICH IS SITUATE ON ARAWAK
CAY. WEST BAY STREET


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING SITUATE
CLARKE'S ALLEY SOUTH OFF ABRAHAM STREET.
ST JAMES ROAD.


SHOP SPACE AT THE FRONT'SECTION OF THE
HUDSON BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT
SOLDIER ROAD OFF WULFF ROAD, NEXT TO
BURGER KING.


SHOP SPACE ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO
STOREY COMPLEX (SWANKS PLAZA) WHICH IS
SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET. CABLE BEACH


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT COCONUT
GROVE AVENUE AND EXUMA STREET. THE GROVE


A PART OF THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO
STOREY BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT
COCONUT GROVE AVENUE AND EXUMA STREET.
THE GROVE.


SHOP IN A MUSTARD SIXPLEX SHOPPING PLAZA
WHICH IS SITUATED AT #17/18 ARUNDEL ST



THE BALLROOM OF THE NASSAU PALM RESORTS
FORMERLY HOLIDAY INN WHICH IS SITUATED
ON WEST BAY AND AUGUSTA STREETS


A ROOM BEING PART OF A MULTI STOREY COMP
-LEX KNOWN AS THE BALLROOM OF THE NASSAU
PALM RESORT FORMERLY HOLIDAY INN JUNKA-
NOD BEACH


A ROOM KNOWN AS THE BALLROOM IN A MULTI
STOREY HOTEL NASSAU PALM RESORT FORMERLY
HOLIDAY INN JUNKANOO BEACH WHICH IS SITU
-ATED ON WEST BAY AND AUGUSTA STREETS


SINGLE STOREY PEACH WHICH IS SITUATED
#81 ALEXANDER BLVD. NASSAU VILLAGE




SINGLE STOREY BUILDING PEACH WHICH IS
SITUATED AT #81 WILLIAM ST AND ALEXANDER
BOULEVARD. NASSAU VILLAGE


A SINGLE STOREY PEACH BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED AT THE JUNCTION OF WILLIAM ST &
ALEXANDRIA BOULEVARD


A SHOP SPACE BEING PART OF THE INTER-
NATIONAL BAZAAR WHICH IS SITUATE ON THE
NORTH SIDE OF BAY STREET (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS THE BOUGAINVILLEA COFFEE SHOP.)




A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITAUTED SAPODILLA BLVD.PINEWOOD GARDENS


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LIQUOR LICENCE


NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION LOCATION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE OF PREMISES


0421 HARRISON WILLIAMS/JOAN BUC
4 QTRS
#1153 CHESTNUT STREET PINE


0422 JAMAL WAYNE CLARKE
WATER TOWER BAR & GRILL
WITFIELD LANE OFF SAXON WA


0423 JAMES PETER JOHNSON
LIBERTY HALL BAR
MARKET AND TAYLOR STREETS


0424 JAMES PETER JOHNSON
LIBERTY HALL BAR
MARKET AND TAYLOR STREETS


0425 JAMES ROUDOLPH BAIN
OLD STATION LIQUOR STORE
ST MICHAEL ROAD


0426 JEFFREY AUGUST WILLIAMS
BAYSIDE HUT
#53 ALEXANDRIA ROAD


0427 JOANNA HOPKINS
RAGG'S WHOLESALE BAR
GAMBLER VILLAGE.



0428 JOSEPH PRATT. SR
PRATT'S WHOLESALE BAR
6TH STREET


0429 KENDAL LIGHTBOURNE
KELSON'S PLACE
HAROLD ROAD



0430 KENDAL LIGHTBOURNE
KELSON'S PLACE
HAROLD ROAD




0431 KENDALL LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTBOURNE'S & SONS LIQUOR
WEST AND DUNMORE STREETS


0432 KIFFER MORRIS & RANDOLPH SC
ENGLERSTON POOL ROOM
EXUMA STREET & BALFOUR AVEN,


0433 KIFFER MORRIS & RANDOLPH SCI
THE NEW POND LIQUOR STORE
THE NEW POND LIQUOR STORE


0434 KIFFER MORRIS & RANDOLPH SC(
THE NEW VILLAGE PUB
MIAMI STREET & BALFOUR AVENL


0435 KIFFER MORRIS & RANDOLPH SCO
THE NEW VILLAGE PUB
MIAMI STREET


0436 KIFFER MORRIS/RANDOLPH SCOTT
THE NEW POND LIQUOR STORE
ERNEST AND MACKEY STREETS


0437 KIFFER MORRIS/RANDOLPH SCOTT
ENGLERSTON POOL ROOM
EXUMA STREET AND BALFOUR AVE


0438 KIRKLAND LIGHTBOURN
BEST DEAL WHOLESALE BAR
AUGUSTA STREET


0435 JIRKWOOD EVANS
GOLDIE'S ENTERPRISES
#99 HAMPSHIRE AVENUE


0440 KIRKWOOD EVANS
GOLDIE'S ENTERPRISES
ARAWAK CAY


0441 LEON STRACHAN
GUAVA'S RESTAURANT & BAR
GOLDEN GTAES



0442 LEON STRACHAN
GUAVA'S RESTAURANT & BAR
GOLDEN GATES


0443 LEONARD KNOWLES & M MCKINNEY
VALE LIQUOR STORE
LUDLOW STREET OFF MT ROYAL


0444 LIONEL T DAVIS
L.J.LIQUOR STORE
E PARK EST OFF PRINCE CHARLES


S0445 LIONS RESTAURANTS LTD
'SKANS. CAFETERIA
BAY STREET NEAR MARKET RANGE


S0446 LIQUID ASSETS LIMITED
LIQUID ASSETS LIMITED
RAYMOND AND CLARIDGE ROADS


0447 LYFORD CAY MEMBER'S CLUB
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE LITTLE CLUB


0448 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB
LYFORD CAY CLUB
CABANA BAR RESTAURANT


0449 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD


LYFORD CAY CLUB
LYFORD CAY CLUB HOTEL


0450 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE BEACH STAND RESTAURANT


0451 LYFORO CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE LITTLE CLUB BAR


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WHOLESALE LIQUOR





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MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




WHOLESALE LIQUOR




RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE




RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





WHOLESALE LIQUOR


S GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)

S


RESTAURANT AND BAR





WHOLESALE LIQUOR




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MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




PROPRIETARY CLUB


A SHOP SPACE AT A SINuLL STOREY COMPLEX
WHICH IS SITUATE AT SAPODILLA BOULEVARD
PINEWOOD GRDS TRANSFERRED FROM 0 RICE


SINGLE STOREY WOODEN STRUCTURE WHICH IS
SITUATED AT FORT FINCASTLE. ADJACENT TO
THE WATER O0WER


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING (YELLOW
AND GREEN) WHICH IS SITUATE ON MARKET
AND TAYLOR STREETS.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING (YELLOW
AND GREEN) WHICH IS SITUATE ON MARKET
AND TAYLOR STREETS.


SINGLE STOREY GREEN BLDG THE OLD POLICE
STATION WHICH IS SITUATED AT CABLE BEACH
WEST BAY STREET


ONE STOREY BUILDING SITUATE SOUTHERN
SIDE OF ARAWAK CAY EAST OF CRYSTAL CAY
AND WEST OF FISH FRY


A ONE STOREY WOODEN STRUCTURE (WHITE)
WHICH IS SITUATE AT DOUGLAS ROAD.
GAMBIER VILLAGE OPPOSITE THE GOVERNMENT
FAUCET.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF SIXTH STREET
AND POINCIANA AVENUE. THE GROVE.


RESTAURANT & BAR
SINGLE STOREY STONE BLDG. (GREEN) WHICH
IS SITUATED AUGUSTA STREET ABOUT 600FT,
OFF POINCIANNA DRIVE.


SINGLE STOREY STOREY BLDG. (GREEN)
AUGUSTA STREET ABOUT 60OFT. OFF
POINCIANNA DRIVE




A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED AT THE JUNCTION OF WEST STREET
AND DUNMORE LANE


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF EXUMA STREET
AND BALFOUR AVENUE.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF ERNEST AND
MACKEY STREETS.


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT THE CORNER
OF MIAMI STREET AND BALFOUR AVENUE.


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT MIAMI
STREET AND BALFOUR AVENUE.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF ERNEST AND
MACKEY STREETS.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF EXUMA STREET
AND BALFOUR AVENUE. *


PART OF A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING
PINK. BLACK & WHITE WHICH IS SITUATED AI
AUGUSTA STREET SOUTH NEAR POINCIANA OR


(ARAWAK CAY VENDORS ASSOCIATION STALL #9
A STRUCUTRE KNOWN AS "GOLDIE:S" WHICH IS
SITUATE ON ARAWAK CAY. WEST BAY STREET


STALL #9 GOLDIES ENTERPRISES WHICH IS
SITUATE ON ARAWAK CAY. WEST BAY STREET
TRANSFERRED FROM TYRONE SAUNDERS


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT THE CORNER
OF WULFF'AND CLARIDGE ROADS.



THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE ON WULFF AND
CLARIDGE ROADS


A SINGLE STOREY YELLOW/GREEN STONE BLDG
WHICH IS SITUATE ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF
MONTROSE AVENUE OPPOSITE KENILWORTH ST


A PART OF THE JUNGLE CLUB WHICH IS SITU-
ATED AT THE FOX HILL ROUNDABOUT EAST OF
FREEDOM PARK


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A THREE STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE ON BAY STREET
WEST OF FREDERICK STREET


A TWO STOREY WHITE BLDG WHICH IS SITUATE
ON GLADSTONE ROAD



SINGLE STOREY BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED
AT LYFORD CAY KNOWN AS THE LITTLE CLUB



THE POOL RESTAURANT ON THE VERANDAH NEAR
THE SWIMMING POOL WHICH IS SITUATED AT
THE LYFORD CAY CLUB. LYFOORD CAY


A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING KNOWN AS
LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB WHCIH IS SITUATE
AT LYFORD CAY, WESTERN DISTRICT


A SINGLE STOREY WOODEN BLDG KNOWN AS
BEACH STAND RESTAURANT WHICH IS SITUATED
BY THE BEACH'NORTH OF THE MAIN CLUB BLDG


A SINGLE STOREY SO1NE BUILDING BEING A
PART OF THE LYFORD CAY CLUB WHICH IS
SITUATE AT LYFORD CAY.


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008

NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION
Of THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE


0452 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE CABANA BAR



0453 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
TilE LOCKER ROOM


0454 !.YFORu CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFI')Rd CAY CLUB
THE TENNIS CLUB



0455 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE FIELD BAR


0456 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
LYFORD CAY CLUB HOTEL


0457 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE CAPTAIN'S CABIN


0458 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE YACHT CLUB


0459 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
CAPTAIN'S CABIN


0460 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE YACHI CLUB


0461 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
TENNIS CLUB BAR


0462 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE LITTLE CLUB BAR


0463 LYFORD CAY MEMBERS CLUB LTD.
LYFORD CAY CLUB
THE FIELD BAR




0464 M. VENKATRAM REDDY
ETHNIC DINING CONCEPTS LTD
ETHNIC DINING CONCEPTS


0465 M. VENKATRAM REDOY
ETHNIC DINING CONCEPTS LTD
ETHNIC DINING CONCEPTS


0466 MAN SEUCK CHAN
JApE CHINESE RESTAURANT
WONG'S FLAZA MADEIRA




0467 MAN SEUCK CHAN
JADE GARDEN CHINESE RESTAURANT
SOLDIER ROAD AND WINDSOR PLACE



0468 MAN SEUCK CHAN
JADE GARDEN CHINESE RESTAURANT
SOLDIER



0469 MARGARET TURNQUEST
CORAL BAR
MID WAY EAST SIDE KEMP ROAD


0470 MARGUERITE TYNES
TYNES LIQUOR
LINCOLN BOULEVARD



0471 MARIA ARABELLA STORR
HAPPY HOME
MONASTERY HEIGHTS BERNARD ROAD



0472 MARION SMITH PRATT
MARS RESTAURANT & BAR
WEST STREET & CAMBRIDGE LANE


0473 MARION SMITH-PRATT
MARS RESTAURANT & BAR
WEST STREET & CAMBRIDGE LANE



0474 MATE SEARS & ANTHONY BUTLER
TIP TOP WHOLESALE BAR
MILTON STREET


0475 MONTAGU GARDENS LIMITED
EAST BAY STREET



0176 MOSFS C FERGUSON
CAST-AWAY RESTAURANT & BAR
TAYLOR STREET


0477 MOSES C FERGUSON
CASTAWAY RESTAURANT & BAR
TAYLOR STEET, NASSAU VILLAGE


0478 MY RESTAURANT INT'L LTD


NATIVE BREEZE RESTAURANT &
#600 BAY STREET


0479 NASSAU YACHT CLUB
THE NASSAU YACHT CLUB LIMITED
EAST BAY STREET


0480 NASSAU YACHT CLUB
THE NASSAU YACHT CLUB LIMITED
EAST BAY STREET


0481 NASSAU YACHT CLUB
THE NASSAU YACHT CLUB LIMITED
EAST BAY STREET


LIQUOR LICENCE

LOCATION
OF PREMISES


PROPRIETARY CLUB





PROPRIETARY CLUB





MEMBER'S CLUB






GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)




HOTEL (UNDER 100 ROOMS)




RESTAURANT AND BAR




RESTAURANT AND BAR




MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




i MUSIC AND DANCE






RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE





RESTAURANT AND BAR







RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE






WHOLESALE LIQUOR




WHOLESALE LIQUOR






RESTAURANT AND BAR






RESTAURANT AND BAR




MUSIC AND DANCE





WHOLESALE LIUUOR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE




RESTAURANT AND BAR


PROPRIETARY CLUB




MEMBER'S CLUB





MUSIC AND DANCE


A BAR AT THE POOL AREA BEING PAkI OF
STRUCTURE KNOWN AS "THE LYFORD CA L ,-
SITUATE AT LYFORD CAY


A ROOM BEING PART OF A STRUCIURL E 'WU
AS "THE LYFORD CAY CLUB" WHILH ;
SITUATE AT LYFORD CAY


THE SECOND FLOOR VERANDAH OF THE f NN;
BUILDING BEING PART OF A STRUCIURL
KNOWN AS "THE LYFORD CAY CLUB" WHIlHri
SITUATE AT LYFORD CAY


A SINGLE STOREY WOODEN STRUCTURE ON Tit
GOLF COURSE BEING PART OF THE LYIORD LA',
WHICH SITUTE AT LYFORD CAY.


A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING KNOWN A" rir
LYFORD CAY CLUB. WHICH IS SITUATE A,
LYFORD CAY.


A SINGLE STOREY BUILDING BEING PA)R 0,
THE LYFORD CAY WHICH IS SITUAlI Al
LYFORD CAY


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUIT DiNG BU NC
PART OF A STRUCTURE KNOWN AS IL i YTru4
CLUB" WHICH IS SITUATE AT LYFORD CAY


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING BEING
PART OF THE LYFORD CAY CLUB WHILH IS
SITUATE AT LYFORD CAY


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING BEINo
PART OF A STRUCTURE KNOWNAS "THE L OURu
CAY CLUB" WHICH IS SITUATE AT LYFIORU .LA


THE GROUND FLOOR VERANDAH OF THE TENNIS
BUILDING BEING PART OF THE LYFORD CAY
CLUB WHICH IS SITUATE AT LYFORD CAe


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING BEING
PART OF THE LYFORD CAY CLUB WHICH IS
SITAUTE AT LYFORD CAY. WESTERN uISIRIC


A SINGLE STOREY WOODEN STRUCTURE ON THE
GOLF COURSE BEING PART OF THE LYFORD CAY
CLUB WHICH IS SITUATED AT LYFORD CAt




GROUND FLOOR OF TWO STOREY BLDG WriH
SITUATED ON MARLBROROUGH STREET BEING A
PART OF PARYETS OF NASSALL COMPLEX


THE COURTYARD AND ROOM BEING PART OF A
COMPLEX FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE 'LOFTHCOui
WHICH IS SITUATED AT MARLBOROUGH SITt"'


SHOP SPACE #1 AT THE WONGS SHOPPING
PLAZA WHICH IS SITUATE AT MADERIA 'TR.
PALMDALE. OPPOSITE MCDONALD
(CHANGE-OF OWNERSHIP FROM SUSIE iAN ;,A
VIP EXPRESS CHINESE RESTAURANT)


TRANSFERRED FROM GODFREY BROWN
THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONt
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT THE CORNER
OF SOLDIER ROAD AND WINDSOR PLACE


TRANSFERRED FROM GODFREY BROWN
THE GROUD FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY 5iuNE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE A1 THE C.URNlE
OF SOLDIER ROAD AND WINDSOR PLA(


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING (BLUE
WHICH IS SITUATED ON KEMP ROAD. SOUTH O0
URIAH MCPHEE PRIMARY SCHOOL


A SINGLE STOREY WOODEN BUILDING iWHiTi
TRIM BROWN) WHICH IS SITUATE AT *#2.
LINCOLN BOULEVARD OFF WULFF ROAD, SOULiT
OF THE NEEDLES INN RESTAURANT


ROAD, (FORMERLY THE JUMBO CLUjb
A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH ;3
SITUATE AT MONASTERY HEIGHTS AND BERNAK;
MAXWELL STORR DIED 30 JUL )200L


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILOiNG WhIhh i
SITUATE AT WEST STREET AND CAMBRliDu
LANE. BAIN TOWN.


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHiCH IS
SITUATE AT WEST STREET AND CAMBPr Lit
LANE, BAIN TOWN.



SINGLE STOREY STONE BLDG (YELLOWWhTit
WHICH IS SITUATED ON MILTON S1 BETWELN
MARKET AND EAST STREETS


A STONE BUILDING ALJACENI TO WATrF.lX
LODGE WHICH IS SITUA'iED ON LAST BA 3
OPPOSITE THE NASSAU YACHI HAVEN


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO S: CC'.I,"
WHICH IS SITUATE ON IAYLOk ~lRtti
NASSAU VILLAGE


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY COLUMPtX
WHICH IS SITUATE AT 1AYLOR SIREI I
NASSAU VILLAGE


A SINGLE STOREY BUILDING WHiY' .- ,
TED AT #600 BAY S1REE1 OPPL'li, N;, A'.
SHIP YARD


SINGLE STOREY BUILDING WHICH IS S'IUA
ON EAST BAY STREET



A ONE STOREY STONI BUILDING wi;.H M
SITUATE AT EAST BAl S'IRI., NtAk 6
MONTAGU FORESIIOR1


A SINGLE STOREY BUILLINu. W ,.
SITUATE AT EAST BAY STREET NLA tURI
MONTAGU FORESHORE.


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PAGE 16B FRIDAYNOVEMB 7


RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF THE APPLICANT


0482 NEHEMIAH ROLLE JR
IAN'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
MARKET NORTH OF LEWIS STREET


0483 NEHEMIAH ROLLE, JR
IAN'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
IAN'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE



0484 NICOLE MARIE COLLIE
LAVA PROMOTIONS
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD




0485 PETER MOUSIS
ATHENA'S CAFE
BAY AND CHARLOTTE STREETS



0486 PETER MOUSIS
ATHENA'S CAFE
BAY & CHARLOTTE STREETS


0487 PHILIP A. INGRAHAM
OASIS PRO LIQUOR STORE
ADELAIDE ROAD


0488 PHILLIP A INGRAHAM
THE NEW OASIS RESTAURANT & BAR
ADELAIDE ROAD


0489 PHILLIP A INGRAHAM
THE NEW OASIS RESTAURANT & BAR
ADELAIDE ROAD


0490 PINBARAV HOLDINGS LIMITED
WEST BAY HOTEL
WEST BAY STREET


0491 PINBARN HOLDINGS
WEST BAY HOTEL
WEST BAY STREET @ DORCHESTER


0492 PINBARON HOLDINGS
WEST BAY HOTEL
WEST BAY STREET


0493 QUENTEN SHARON LONGLEY .
QUINTYNE'S TAKE AWAY & SPECIAL
#44 PEAR DALE OFF WULFF ROAD


0494 REA AND SHA GROUP COMPANY LTD
SPORTS BAR INTERNATIONAL
MAIN FOX HILL ROAD



0495 REA AND SHA GROUP COMPANY LTD
SPORTS BAR INTERNATIONAL
FOX HILL ROAD




0496 REA AND SHA GROUP COMPANY LTD.
SPORTS BAR INTERNATIONAL
ROSE STREET FOX HILL



0497 RICARDO HIGGS
LORRAINE WHOLESALE BAR
ETHEL STREET



0498 ROBERT LEO SANDS
PATIO CAFE
SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD



04., TOBERT LEO SANDS
PATIO CAFE
SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD



0500 ROBERT LEO SANDS
PATIO CAFE
SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD


0501 ROBERT LEO SANDS
PATIO CAFE
SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD


0502 RODWELL THOMPSON
CARLTON'S LIQUOR STORE
BALDWIN AVENUE


0503 ROLLON F PEARCE
VILLAGE LIQUOR STORE
LONDON TERRACE MONTAGUE HGHTS


0504 ROLLON FRANKLIN PEARCE
VILLAGE LIQUOR STORE
LONDON TERRACE, MONTAGUE HGHTS


0505 ROSE MARIE FERGUSON
MIDWAY WHOLESALE BAR
BERNARD ROAD. FOX HILL


0506 SANDRA DEAN
DEAN SANDRA
FIFTH STREET & POINICIANA AVE


0507 SELENA A SWEETING
TRE TRE LOUNGE & CAFE
#57 EASTERN ESTATES


0508 SELENA ADRIAN SWEETING
TRE TRE LOUNGE & CAFE
#57 EASTERN ESTATES


0509 SHENANDOAH INVESTMENTS LIMITED
FARRINGTON ROAD. BOYD SUBD.



0510 SHERIDAN HUDSON
LUTRA LIQUORS
WULFF ROAD


0511 SIMON & MARSHA SMITH
BAHAMAS RUM CAKE FACTORY
#602 BAY STREET


DESCRIPTION
OF LICENCE


MUSIC AND DANCE




RESTAURANT AND BAR






GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)






RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE





WHOLESALE LIQUOR





RESTAURANT AND BAR




MUSIC AND DANCE




MUSIC AND DANCE




RESTAURANT AND BAR




GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)




RESTAURANT AND BAR




RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE






GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)






WHOLESALE LIQUOR






PROPRIETARY CLUB






GENERAL LIQUOR (CITY LIMITS)






RESTAURANT AND BAR




MUSIC AND DANCE




WHOLESALE LIQUOR




GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)




PROPRIETARY CLUB




WHOLESALE LIQUOR





WHOLESALE LIQUOR




RESTAURANT AND BAR





MUSIC AND DANCE


WHOLESALE LIQUOR




WHOLESALE LIQUOR




GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)


LIQUOR LICENCE


LULATInM


LULAIOUN
OF PREMISES


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE ON MARKET
STREET NEAR HAY STREET.


THE GROUND FLOOR SECTION OF TWO STOREY
STONE BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE ON THE
EASTERN SIDE OF MARKET STREET NEAR HAY
STREET.(TRANSFER TO NEHEMIAH ROLLE.JR)


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE BLDG.
WHICH IS SITUATED ON ELIZIBETH AVENUE
FORMERLY CAPTAIN VINNY'S




THE UPPER FLOOR LEVEL OF A TWO STOREY
STONE BUILDING (INTERNATIONAL JEWELRY)
WHICH IS SITUATE ON THE NORTHERN EAST
CORNER OF CHARLOTTE AND BAY STREETS


THE UPPER FLOOR LEVEL OF A TWO STOREY
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT BAY AND
CHARLOTTE STREETS.(ABOVE INT',L JEWELRY)


A PART OF SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE AT ADELAIDE ROAD. WEST
OF CORAL HARBOUR ROUND-ABOUT


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED AT ADELAIDE ROAD. MT PLEASANT
VILLAGE


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE AT ADELAIDE ROAD MT PLEASANT
VILLAGE


RESTAURANT BEING PART OF WEST BAY HOTEL
WHICH IS SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET



A SPACE IN THE WEST BAY HOTEL WHICH IS
SITUATED ON WEST BAY STREET @ DORCHESTER



SHOP SPACE IN THE LOBBY OF THE WEST BAY
HOTEL WHICH IS SITUATED ON WEST BAY ST.



SINGLE STOREY OFF WHITE BUILDING WHICH
IS SITUATED ON PEAROALE OFF WULFF ROAD
RIGHT HAND SIDE AT POLE #44


FROM WARREN DAVIS
A TOW STOREY PEACH BUILDING. WHICH IS
SITUATED ON THE MAIN FOX HILL RD SOUTH
OF SAINT ANN'S SCHOOL


FROM WARREN DAVIS
SITUATED ON THE MAIN FOX HILL ROAD JUST
A TWO STOREY PEACH BUILDING. WHICH IS
RFIOW ST.ANNS' SCHOOL


FROM WARREN DAVIS
TWO STOREY PEACH BUILDING WHICH IS SITU-
ATED ON THE MAIN FOX HILL ROAD SOUTH OF
SAINT ANN'S SCHOOL


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING PAINTED
GREEN AND WHITE WHICH IS SITUATE AT
ETHEL STREET, MONTELL HEIGHT OFF
ROBINSON ROAD.


TRANSFERRED FROM SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD.
A BUILDING AND PATIO AREA WHICH IS SIT-
ATED ON LOTS A-337 & Al-218 CARMICHEAL
ROAD WEST


BAR BEING PART OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON CARMICHAEL
ROAD WEST OF BACARDI ADJACENT TO CHICKEN
FARM


BUILDING AND PATIO AREA WHICH IS SITUATE
ON LOTS A-337 & A1218 CARMICHEAL RD WEST



. A DANCE FLOOR AREA BEING PART OF A ROOM
AT THE PATIO CAFE. WHICH IS SITUATED ON
CARMICHAEL ROAD WEST OFF BACARDI ROAD


THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT BALDWIN
AVENUE OFF FARRINGTON ROAD


SHOP #27 OF THE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTRE
WHICH IS SITUATED ON BERNARD ROAD



SHOP #27 VILLAGE ROAD SHOPPING CENTRE
WHICH IS SITUATED ON VILLAGE ROAD



A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING (YELLOW
AND GREEN) WHICH IS SITUATE ON BERNARD
ROAD. FOX HILL EAST OFF ADDERLEY STREET



A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE ON FIFTH STREET AND POINCIANA
AVENUE, THE GROVE


LOWER FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY BLOG WHICH
IS SITUATED AT #37 CHURCHILL SUBDIVISION



GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY BLDG WHICH
IS SITUATED AT #37 CHURCHILL SUBDIVISION


A PART OF A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATE AT BOYD ROAD. MONSON
VILLAGE OFF FARRINGTON ROAD.


PART OF THE GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY
BUILDING SITUATE AT WULFF ROAD OPPOSITE
KEMP ROAD AND ADJACENT TO HARDING'S


A TWO STOREY STONE STRUCTURE WHICH IS
SITUATE AT #6D2 BAY STREET, OPPOSITE
NASSAU SHIP YARD


RENEWAL APPI STATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2008

NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE


0512 TOPSHOOTERS LIMITED
TOPSHOTTERS LIMITED
HAROLD ROAD


0513 VERNETTA JOHNSON
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH RESTAURANT
EAST STREET


. 0514 VERNETTA JOHNSON
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH RESTAURANT
EAS' STREET.SOUTH


0515 VETDEL INVESTMENTS COMPANY LTD
RUDY'S RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
COWPEN ROAD



0516 VETDEL INVESTMENTS COMPANY LTD
RUDY'S RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
COWPEN ROAD



0517 VINCENT CHARLES MCDONALD
CURLY'S DAIQUIRI
CARMICHAEL ESTATES #1



0518 VONCITA MARISOL BRENNEN HANNA
THE LIQUOR STORE
CARMICHAEL ROAD


0519 WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT& CRYSTAL
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY ST



0520 WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT& CRYSTAL
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY ST.



0521 WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT& CRYSTAL
WYNDHAM NASSAU RESORT & CRYSTA
CABLE BEACH. WEST BAYS T











FIN/LIC/LA006


RESTAURANT AND BAR




RESTAURANT AND BAR




MUSIC AND DANCE




RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE






GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)






WHOLESALE LIQUOR




GENERAL LIQUOR (OTHER)






RESTAURANT AND BAR






MUSIC AND DANCE


I UI IIII


LUUUOR LtICENCE

LOCATION
OF PREMISES


A SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATE ON HAROLD ROAD. NEXT TO SUNBURST
PAINT.


THE GROUND FLOOR SECTION OF A TWO
STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED
EAST STREET SOUTH AND ASHLEY ROAD


A TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON EAST STREET. SOUTH AND
ASHLEY ROAD


THE LOWER LEVEL OF A TWO STOREY STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITAUTE ON THE
NORTHERN SIDE OF COWPEN ROAD WEST OFF
BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH.


A PART OF THE LOWER FLOOR SECTION OF A
TWO STOREY BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATE AT
COWPEN ROAD. WEST OFF BLUE HILL ROAD
SOUTH.


TECH SHOP/ DIQURIES BAR GROUND FLOOR OF
PINK/WHITE TWO STOREY STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON WEST BAY ST EAST OF
SANDALS ROYAL BAHAMIAN


SHOP #4 OF A TWO STOREY PINK/WHITE STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED AT #129 ROBIN
-SON ROAD AND PODOLEO STREET


(MOSO) A ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR LEVEL
CASINO TOWERS BEING PART OF WYNDHAM NASS
-AU RESORT & CRYSTAL PALACE CASINO WHICH
IS SITUATED CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY ST.


A ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE CASION
TOWERS BEING PART OF WYNDHAM NASSAU RESO
-RT & CRYSTAL PALACE CASINO (MOSO) WHICH
IS SITUATED CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY ST.


(MOSO) A ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR LEVEL
CASINO TOWERS BEING PART OF WYNDHAM NAS-
SAU RESORT A CRYSTAL PALACE CASINO WHICH
IS SITUATED CABLE BEACH. WEST BAY ST.






for the Clerk. Licensing Authority


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY






THE SHOP LICENCES ACT Ch.377




NOTICE 1s hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority for NEW PODVIDEiCE'w11 b field at the Valuation and Licensing
Unit. Frederick House. Frederick Street on 14 November 2007 at 10:00 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers
of licences) under the above Act.

Any person shall be at liberty to oppose the grant of a licence and should do so at least three (3) days before the date set for the
meeting by submitting his/her objection to the applicant and the Licensing Authority.

The public meeting is scheduled for 4:00 at the Magistrate's Court #7. Bank Lane. Applicants are advised that they need not attend
the public meeting unless they have been notified that there is an objection to the Grant of their application.


NEW APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2007


SHOP LICENCE


NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION LOCATION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE OF PREMISES


0566 NATASHA R. DUNCOMBE
BRING IT ON NATIVE DISHES TAKE
JUBILEE'GARDENS #1



0567 AL-ROSE COMPANY LIMITED
FOWLER & MARKET STREETS



0568 ANDREW BROWN
EVERYTHING & MORE
MARSHALL ROAD


0569 ASELINE RENA
ASIE WHOLESALE SNACKS & ACCESS
PALMETTO AVENUE


0570 BAHAMAS MARITIME MUSEUM'
BAY & EAST STREETS




0571 BAHAMAS SUPERMARKET LTD.
CITY MARKETS
CABLE BEACH


0572 BARBARA GATOR-CLEARE
#108 MINNIE STREET



0573 C.REGINALD/CALVIN MCPHEE
CARL TON'S
PALM BEACH STREET


0574 CAROLYN BOWLEG
ONE STOP BEAUTY SUPPLY #2
MARATHON .ROAD


0575 CDO'S INVESTMENT COMPANY LTD.
CD'S INVESTMENT COMPANY LTD
AVA LANE


0576 DANIEL BAIN
PAPA BAIN TAKEAWAY
WEST STREET


0577 DAVID LEE
LEE'S DEPOT
MONTAGUE HEIGHTS


0578 DEtCINA COLLIE
DELI'S FLORIST
KENNEDY SUB-DIVISION


TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT






SHOE SALES AND/OR ACCESSORIES




CONVENIENCE STORE




SNACK FOOD ITEMS




SOUVENIRS AND/OR RELATED ITEMS
TO INCLUDE SALE OF LOGO ITEMS




PHARMACY




TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT




VARIETY STORE





BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS





GENERAL MERCHANDISE (SALES)




TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT




SOFT DRINKS AND/OR SODAS




FLORISIIFtORAL ARRANGFMINTS


SINGLE STOREY BROWN/WHITE STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON #1 JUBILEE GARDENS
AT THE END OF PARK ON THE RIGHT HANOSIDE
TRANSFERRED FROM JAMES & KEMP ROAD


UPPER LEVEL OF A THREE STOREY YELLOW AND
WHITE BLDG. WHICH IS SITUATED ON THE
CORNER OF FOWLER AND MARKET STREETS


SINGLE UNIT WHITE/RED WHICH IS SITUATED
ON MARSHALL ROAD FIRST CORNER ON THE
RIGHT.SECOND BUILDING ON THE LEFT


PALMETTO AVENUE OFF EAST STREET




SHOP NO.1 AND SHOP N0.2 ON THE GROUND
FLOOR OF A BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON
THE CORNER OF BAY STREET AND EAST STREET
NORTH


A SPACE IN THE CITY MARKET BLDG. WHICH
IS SITUATED CABLE BEACH



1 OF FOUR(4) STUCCO BUILDINGS WHICH IS
SITUATED AT #108 MINNIE STREET



SINGLE STOREY GREEN BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED #177 BLUE HILL ROAD BROOMSTREET
CORNER


A SHOP SPACE IN THE MALL-AT-MARATHON.
WHICH IS SITAUTED ROBINSON ROAD



UNIT #5 OF A TWO STOREY 7 UNIT STRUCTURE
WHICH IS SITUATED ON BERNARD ROAD OPP.
VILLAGE ROAD SHOPPING CENTRE


SINGLE STOREY PEACH STONE BUILDING WHICH
IS SITUATED ON WEST STREET TOP OF THE
HILL SOUTH OF MEETING STREET


A TRAILER IN AN OPEN SPACE IN THE ALL
MY CHILDREN FACILIlY WHICH IS SITUATED
ON SOLDIER ROAD


SINGLE STOREY WOODEN GREEN/WHIE
STRUCTURE 'WHICH IS SITUAlED ON DUNMORE
& BLUE HILL ROADS


11 -I----I--I- I I II I I - -l - - -I III-I-I


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THE TRIBUNE


FRIDAY, OCTBER 2, 2007, PAGE 17B


NEW APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2007


SHOP LICENCE


NAME AND ADDRESS DESCRIPTION LOCATION
OF THE APPLICANT OF LICENCE OF PREMISES


0579 DONNEIL BOWE
PHONE BOOTHE ELECTRONICS
MONTROSE AVENUE


0580 EONEY GAITOR
FERGUSON STREET



0581 GARY ROBERT CAMPBELL
G & L.G. CONVENIENCE STORE
BLUE HILL ROAD


0582 GENEVA WILSON BOWE/PIERRE BOWE
TRADEWINDS INTERNATIONAL BEAUT
EASTBROOK ROAD



0583 GEORGETTE MCPHEE
MCPHEE GEORGETTE M.
37 DOUGLAS RD.GAMBIER VILLAGE


0584 GIA A.ALEXANDER
KOOL G'S URBAN & CULTURAL WEAR
POd ROAD. MALCOLM ROAD'



0585 GOLDEN KARAT LIMITED
SUNSPECS
PRINCE GEORGE PLAZA,


0586 HERMAN LESLIE GAITOR
ALIGATROR'S CATERING
PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE


0587 JENNIFER FLOWERS SMITH
TELLIE COURT.HOLLYWO00 SUB



0588 JOSEPH/BRENDA TURNQUEST
J & B MAINTENANCE
#4 APPLE STREET



0589 KENISE MINNIS
KEY WEST STREET



0590 KENNETH DARRELL
SOLDIER ROAD



0591 KENO R.WONG
OMEGA PARTY RENTALS & GIFTED
MARATHON ROAD


0592 LATOYA EBONY HUMES


ELECTRONIC ITEMS/SUPPLIES
REPAIRS ELECTRONIC &/OR SALES RELATED
ITEMS


CONVENIENCE STORE




CONVENIENCE STORE




BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS
FURNITURE. EQUIPMENT.DRUGS & NOTIONS.
SPA SERVICES/NAIL TECHNICIAN



TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT




CLOTHING AND/OR ACCESSORIES





SALE OF SUNGLASSES/RELATED ACC
TO INCLUDE SALE OF SUNGLASSES



TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT




BEAUTY SALON
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.CONFECTIONARY ITEMS
AND COOL DRINKS


MAINTENANCE W/OR REPAIR SRVCS.





BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS




BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS




BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS
PARTY SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES



GENERAL MERCHANDISE (SALES)


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE
YELLOW BLDG. WHICH IS SITUATED THE
CORNER OF MONTROSE AVE AND PEACH STREET


SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING GREEN WHICH
IS SITUATED AT #21 BROUGHAM STREET WEST



GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STONE BLDG.
WHICH IS SITUATED AT #135 BLUE HILL ROAD



GROUND FLOOR OF JIFFY CLEANERS BUILDING
#2 WHICH IS SITUATED ON THE CORNER OF
EAST STREET AND WULFF ROAD



SINGLE STOREY WHITE WOODEN BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON #37 DOUGLAS ROAD.
GAMBLER VILLAGE


TOP FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY YELLOW STONE
BUILDING SHOP SPACE #3 WHICH IS SITUATED
AT THE CORNER OF CORDEAUX AVENUE AND
EAST STREET


PRINCE GEORGE PLAZA WHICH IS SITUATED ON
WOODES ROGERS WHARF



TWO STOREY BROWN/TAN BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE



SINGLE STOREY WHITE/GREEN BUILDING WHICH
IS SITUATED ON TELLIE COURT.HOLLYWOOD
SUB OFF COWPEN ROAD


ONE STOREY BEIGE/BROWN BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON #4 APPLE STREET BETWEEN
CALVIN AUTO MECHANIC & ANNIE'S BEAUTY
SHOP


APARTMENT COMPLEX #5 UNIT #1 TO BE STORE
WHICH IS SITUATED ON KEY WEST STREET
BEHIND LARRY'S PUB


SINGLE STOREY MUSTARD STONE BUILDING .
WHICH IS SITUATED ON SOLDIER ROAD THREE
BUILDINGS FROM THE CAR LOT HEADING EAST


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY WHITE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON MARATHON
ROAD OPPOSITE THE SKY BOX SPORTS BAR


TWO STOREY BROWN/WHITE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON KEMP ROAD NEXT TO SARAH'S
RESTAURANT & BAR


0593 LIBBYE JOHNSON DARVILLE VITAMINS AND/OR SUPPLEMENTS SINGLE STOREY STONE BLDG. WHICH IS
SUODENL.Y SLENDER BODY WRAPS/FACE PELS/SKIN & HAIR CARE SITUATED ROBINSON ROAD FIRST CORNER ON
SKYLINE DRIVE A PROOUCTS/UNDERGARMENTS/FITNESS PACKAGE THE RIGHT
j-` 5 e -I.' r


0594 LINDA BONE
BAMBOO TOWN


0595 LINDA 0.THOMPSON
LINDA D. THOMPSON
BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH


0596 MACHAELIA EOWARDS/JEROME BROWN
J & M SEAFOOD. RESTAURANT/TAKE
YOUNG STREET


0597 MARLIN OWEN JOHNSON
ROAD RUNNER WHOLESALE & RETAIL
#17 ROBINSON ROAD


0598 MAXINE ROBERTS DESAUGUSTE
GARDEN HILL



0599 MELISSA JOHNSON
FEATHER YOUR NEST
MACKEY STREET


0600 MELTORIA MINUS ROLLE
SEVEN TA SEVEN TRADING
INFANT VIEW ROAD



0601 MIRIAM D. ROLLE
TYLER STREET


TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT


HAIRDRESSING SERVICES)
SOFT DRINKS AND SNACKS



TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT




GENERAL MERCHANDISE (SALES)
HOME DEPOT AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS



WHOLESALE 'SNACK SALES




GIFT ITEMS AND/OR BASKETS
HOME ACCESSORIES



FLORIST/FLORAL SUPPLIES





BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS


SINGLE STOREY BEIGE STONE BUILDING WHICH
IS SITUATED ON ARAWAK AVENUE BEHIND A.G.
ELECTRICAL


TWO STOREY PINK/WHITE STONE BUILDING
FIRST FLOOR OF BEST DEAL PLAZA WHICH IS
SITUATED ON BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH


SINGLE STOREY STONE BLUE/BEIGE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON YOUNG STREET OFF
MARKET STREET


ONE STOREY PINK/WHITE BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON ROBINSON ROAD #17



GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY WHITE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON BAHAMA AVE
AND CROOKED ISLAND STREET


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY PINK
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON MACKEY ST
OPPOSITE THE OLD IMPERIAL MATTRESS


SHOP #1 ON GROUND FLOOR OF NEW BUILDING
PAT-LOU-GWEN-ONIE PLACE WHICH IS
SITUATED ON MEETING STREET OPPOSITE
RELIABLE CLEANING SERVICE


A SINGLE STOREY MULTI-COLOR TILES STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON NASSAU
STREET NEXT TO BAMBOO SHACK


NEW APPLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2007


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF THE APPLICANT


0602 MYTIS BROWN/CLINTON CLARKE
DEPENDABLE PACKAGING SOLUTIONS
CARMICHAEL ROAD



0603 NATIKA SHEREL JOSEY
ACCESSORY LOFT
BLUE HILL ROAD A KING STREET


0604.NICHOLAS HALFORD WILLIAMS
BLUE HERON CRESCENT



0605 PATRICE E FORBES
EXCLUSIVE HAIR & NAIL BOUTIQUE
WEST BAY STREET


SHOP LICENCE


LOCATION
OF PREMISES


DESCRIPTION
OF LICENCE


PACKING SERVICES
AND SUPPLIES STRETCH WRAPS,
TAPES. BOXES



UNDERWEAR &/OR ACCESSORIES




DELI/SNACK FOODS ITEMS




Bl- BEAUTY/BARB. (COSMETOLOGY)
HAIR 1 NAIL SALON. SCHOOL
OF COSMETOLOGY


0606 PATRICE FERGUSON/ZELMA ROLLE .CLOTHING AND/OR ACCESSORIES
WESTRIDGE SOUTH


0607 PORTIAK NOTTAGE
NOTTAGE PORTIAK
TAMBRIND DRIVE. EASTERN ESTATE


0608 PRICE BUSTERS CO.LTD.
PRICE BUSTERS (STORE #2)
EAST STREET


0609 PURE BAHAMAS LTD
HAROLD ROAD




0610 RED AND SHA GROUP COMPANY
TOP NOTCH CAR WASH AND AUTO DE
FOX HILL ROAD


0611 ROBIN R. ROLLE
WEST BAY STREET



0612 ROSE-NELLIE DAUPHIN
L.G.FASHION
CLARIDGE ROAD


0613 ROSE-NELLIE DAUPHIN
RND ENTERPRISES
CLARIDGE ROAD


0614 SAMANTHA DEAN-JACKSON
ATWAR COURT. FOXDALE SUB



0615 SHERWOOD COLLIE
WASH & SCRUB LAUNDROMAT
MEADOW BOULEVARD



0616 STEPHEN BENEBY
STEVE'S CAFE LIMITED
PALM TREE AVENUE ;


0617 TAMARIA BROWN
KARIB8EAN KITCHEN *


CLOTHING AND/OR ACCESSORIES
TO INCLUDE SALE OF BEAUTY SUPPLY



RETAIL GROCERY ITEMS
DISCOUNT RETAIL ITEMS



AIR PURIFIER SYSTEMS
TEA TREE Oln DIFUSERS. PILLOW
I MATTRESS COVERS



CAR WASH AND/OR WAX
TO INCLUDE SALE OF RELATED ITEMS I ACC.
AUTO DETAILING


CONVENIENCE STORE




CLOTHING AND/OR ACCESSORIES




CONVENIENCE STORE




TAKEAWAY RESTAURANT




CLEANING PRODUCTS
TO INCLUDE SALE OF CLEANING
PRODUCTS & SNACKS



BAKERY GOODS AND/OR PRODUCTS




DELICATESSEN ,


EMERALD RIDGE & 50ILDER ROAD


0618 THE BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
CYBER WORLD
21 JOHN F.KENNEDY DRIVE


0619 WILLAMAE ELOISE JENOURE
INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS
MT. ROYAL AVENUE


0620 WILLIE A ARMSTRONG
ARMSTRONG WILLIE
CABLE BEACH


0621 WORK CENTER LIMITED
5TH TERRACE CENTERVILLE



0622 YO-NARDA/GEANNO BENEBY
SISTER GURLS HAIR & NAILS STUD
MARSHALL ROAD.MISTY GARDENS


0623 YVONNE/HULING MINNIS
WE HAVE IT FOOD STORE
ST ANDREW BEACH


ELECTRONIC ITEMS/SUPPLIES
SERVICE OF ELECTRONIC/SALE
MISCELLANEOUS


CLOTHING AND/OR ACCESSORIES
LEATHER GOODS AND RELATED ACCESSORIES



CLOTHING AND/OR ACCESSORIES




BEAUTY SUPPLIES/PRODUCTS
TO INCLUDE SALE OF SNACKS
A A SOFT, DRINKS


CONVINCE STORE


A TWO STOREY STONE YELLOW TRIM WITH
WHITE FENCED WHICH IS SITUAfED GLADSTONE
ROAD 4TH BLDG ON THE RIGHT OFF
CARMICHAEL ROAD


TWO STOREY STONE YELLOW/WHITE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON BLUE HILL ROAD &
KING STREET


A SHOP SPACE SITUATED IN THE MEL-DON
PLAZA.MACKEY STREET




TOP FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY TAN/WHITE BLDG
WHICH IS SITUATED AT CORDEAUX'AVENUE AND
BAILLOU HILL ROA NORTHERN CORNER


SINGLE STOREY YELLOW STONE BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON SOLDIER ROAD WEST
AND CARNATION DRIVE IN THE BACK OF
TEXACO GAS STATION


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY PINK STONE
BLDG., WHICH IS SITUATED ON THE CORNER
OF KENNEDY SUBDIVISION & SOLDIER ROAD


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON EAST STREET OPP.
COCONUT GROVE AVENUE


TWO STOREY WHITE WITH GREEN METAL ROOF
STONE BUILDING FOURTH OFFICE ON THE LEFT
GROUND FLOOR WHICH IS SITUATED ON TREHL
PLAZA HAROLD ROAD


OPEN GROUND SOUTH EASTERN CORNER OF A
PROPERTY WHICH IS SITUATED ON FOX HILL
ROAD NORTH SOUTH OF ST ANNE'S SCHOOL


SHOP SPACE IN #2 COLONY ARCADE WHICH IS
SITUATED ON BAY STREET



A SINGLE STOREY STONE PINK/WHITE BLDG
WHICH IS SITUATED ON LINCOLN BOULEVARD
OPPOSITE FLAMINGO REST


GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY STRUCTURE
(AQUA)WHICH IS SITUATED ON NASSAU STREET
SECOND BUILDING LEFT AFTER SUPERWASH


SINGLE STOREY YELLOW BUILDING WHICH IS
SITUATED ON BERNARD ROAD.FOX HILL
ROUNDABOUT


SINGLE STOREY STONE BUILDING PINK/WHITE
WHICH IS SITUATED ON YAMACRAW HILL ROAD
OPPOSITE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH


A SHOP SPACE IN HEASTIE'S BUILDING
FORMERLY PRICE BUSTERS WHICH IS SITUATED
ON ROBINSON ROAD


TWO STOREY BEIGE/BROWN BUILDING WHICH
IS SITUATED ON EMERALD RIDGE AND SOLDIER
ROAD


SHOP SPACE IN A TWO STOREY BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON NORTHERN SIDE OF
BAY STREET.EAST OF RAWSON SQUARE


A SHOP SPACE IN A SINGLE STOREY LIME
STONE BLDG.. WHICH IS SITUATED ON THE
CORNER OF MARKET & POICIANNA AVE


SHOP Fl OF THE MADERIA PLAZA WHICH IS
SITUATED AT MONTGOMERY AND MADERIA STS.



A TWO STOREY BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED
ON 5TH TERRACE CENTERVILLE



TWO STOREY STONE BIEGE/TAN BUILDING
WHICH IS SITUATED ON CARMICHAEL ROAD



GROUND FLOOR OF A TWO STOREY GREEN STONE
BUILDING WHICH IS SITUATED ON CORDEAUX
AVENUE THIRD BUILDING FROM THE GROVE
CLINIC


Signed:


for the Clerk. Licensing Authority





USTSELL

VACANT AL PROPERTY




Lot #90-H comprising 15,751 sq.ft. and situated on the western side of the
main eleuthera highway and approximately 2,219 ft. northerly of four-for-
nothing road in the Settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera,Bahamas.


Infrastructures are in place.


For conditions of the sale and any other information, please contact:
Credit Risk Management Collection Unit
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau, Bahamas


Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:


The Manager, Credit Risk Management Managing Director's Office
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas


Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007


MUST SELL


VACANT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY


Lot #90-G comprising 18,926 sq.ft. and situated on the western
side of the main eleuthera highway and approximately 2,219 ft.
northerly of four-for-nothing road in the Settlement of Lower
Bogue, North Eleuthera, Bahamas.


Infrastructures are in place.


For conditions of the sale and any other information,
please contact: Credit Risk Management Collection Unit
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau, Bahamas


Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:


The Manager, Credit Risk Management Managing Director's
Office P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas


Offers should reach our office on or before November 16, 2007


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PAGE 18B, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007


THE TRIBUNE


'Are we still in danger of being blacklisted?'


FROM page 1


national financial centre."
Mr Sears said that when he
was last involved with the
IOSCO/FSF/FATF issue, the
Government had "taken issue
i with the initial assessment"
IOSCO had made of the
Bahamas' financial services reg-
ulatory capability, saying they
were "not being impartial or
objective".
On the FATF sanctions
threats. Mr Sears Zaid: "The


threat was sufficiently serious
that when it was Attorney Gen-
eral I convened and chaired a
meeting of all [Bahamian] reg-
ulators, and this matter was on
our agenda for many months.
"We were trying to assess the
degree of the threat and how
best to respond, and were liais-
ing with other countries in our
region to share intelligence on
how they were managing."
During his time as attorney
general from May 2002 to Jan-
uary 2006, Mr Sears said the
Bahamas was periodically
threatened with being returned


Legal Notice

NOTICE

LAVENDER INVESTMENTS LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
2nd day of October 2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.






ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)



Legal Notice

NOTICE

WEDNESA VISTA LTD.

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
25th day of September 2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.
.' ... .. * -" ."




ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)


GN-604






GOVERNMENT NOTICES

THE MINISTRY OF PUBLIC
WORKS & TRANSPORT

Request for Tender for Security Operations at the
Existing Downtown Straw Market Plaza, at Navy
Lion Road & Bay Street, N.P., The Bahamas.

The Ministry of Public Works & Transport invites Tender
applications for the provision of security services at the
Downtown Straw Market Plaza at Navy Lion Road and Bay
Street.

The contracts is for a period of twelve (12) months in the
first instance and interested security firms are invited to
submit Tenders with comprehensive details of their proposal
for security operation between the hours of 6:00pm and
6:00am daily (including weekends and public holidays). The
contract will be awarded to the applicant providing the most
economical and acceptable tender for the full duration of the
contract period.
Interested companies may collect the Tender specifications
from the Ministry of Public Works & Transport, 3rd Floor,
John F. Kennedy Drive, between the hours of 9:30am and
4:30pm, Monday through Friday beginning Friday, October
26,2007.

Tenders must be submitted in sealed envelopes marked
"Tender for Security, Straw Market" and delivered to the
attention of:
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS
Ministry of Public Works & Transport
John F. Kennedy Drive
Nassau, Bahamas

All Tenders must be received by 4:00pm Friday, November
16, 2007 accompanied by an endorsed copy of a current
Business Licence.
Persons who submit Tenders are invited to a public opening
of bids at the Ministry of Finance, in the Sir Cecil Wallace
Whitfield Building, Cable Beach on Tuesday 20, November
2007 at 10:00am.

The Ministry reserves the right to reject any or all Tenders.


to the FATF 'blacklist'.
The world's most developed
nations, the US and G-7 group
of countries, operating largely
through their FATF proxy,
were continually raising the reg-'
ulatory standards bar higher
each time the Bahamas com-
plied, establishing a 'moving set
of goal posts' and seeing how
high this nation would jump.
"About three months after I
was appointed attorney general,
I got a letter from the president
of the FATF threatening to put
the Bahamas back on the
'blacklist' because there was a


backlog/accumulation of
requests for international co-
operation from prosecutors in
FATF countries, or judicial
requests from non-FATF coun-
tries," Mr Sears said.
The Bahamas was still being
monitored by the FATF at the
time, so capacity at the inter-
national section of the Attor-
ney General's Office was
increased, new protocols adopt-
ed and the backlog of judicial
assistance requests cleared.
While the FATF removed the
Bahamas from the lists of juris-
dictions it was monitoring in


Legal Notice

NOTICE

KEY CAMPING INC.

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
24th day of September2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.





ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)


Legal Notice

NOTICE

DESSAU INVESTMENTS LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
2nd day of October 2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.





ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)



GN-601







GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Ministry Of Health And Social
Development

Department Of Environmental
Health Services

INVITATION FOR TENDERS
The Government of The Bahamas is inviting tenders for
the necessary Operation and Maintenance of The Great
Abaco Regional Landfill.
Interested parties may obtain further information, including
eligibility to participate and may collect the bidding
document upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $100.00,
as of, Monday, October 22nd, 2007.
The Department of Environmental Health Services
Accounts Division
Farrington Road
Nassau, The Bahamas
Telephone No: (242) 322-8037, Facsimile No: (242) 322-
8073
Between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday to
Friday.
The method of payment will be certified cheques or cash.
Tenders are to be submitted in triplicate (3) in a sealed
envelope(s) addressed to:
The Tenders Board
c/o The Financial Secretary
Ministry of Finance and Planning
Cecil V. Wallace Whitfield Centre
P.O. Box N-3017
Nassau, N.P.
The Bahamas
No later than 4:30pm on 26th day of November 2007.
Tenders will be opened at 10:00am on the 27th November,
2007 at the office of the Tenders Board, Ministry of Finance.
The Government reserves the right to reject any or all
Tenders.


2005, Mr Sears said that "at the
same time as we were removed,
we got complaints from the US
Securities & Exchange Com-
mission (SEC" in relation to the
Bahamian Securities Commis-
sion's ability to obtain and
share/exchange regulatory
information with it.
Aided by the Cayman
-Islands, which shared the "ratio-
nale and experience" it had
built up in dealing with the
SEC, the Bahamas was able to
craft an information sharing
Memorandum of Understand-
ing (MoU) with the US securi-
ties regulator that "protected
the national interest and, at the
same time, met our interna-
tional obligations".
"No sooner had we done that,
I recall the legal director of the
SEC telling us that we were not
out of the woods yet. We had to
submit to the IOSCO Memo-
randum of Understanding on
information exchange," Mr
Sears said.
"What they're saying is they
want us to amend our laws to
give the Securities Commission
powers equivalent to the Cen-
tral Bank in terms of being able
to share information on
licensees, being able to disci-
pline licensees...."
Negotiations with IOSCO are





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ongoing, although the Memo-
randum of Understanding
remains unsigned by the
Bahamas.
Mr Sears added: "I always felt
a sense of danger with regard
to these matters when I served
as attorney general. At certain
times we were given deadlines
that, if we did not meet them
by this date, the Bahamas
would be put back on the black-
list of non-cooperative coun-
tries."
Describing the international
regulatory situation as "very,
very volatile", Mr Sears added:
"The rules of the game are shift-
ing. We never really know for
sure, and any member of the
FATF can bring a matter to the
full plenary of the Americas
group. That complaint can serve
as the basis for punitive action
being taken without your side
being heard.....
"It's an environment that will
require on the part of the
Bahamas and other interna-
tional centres constant vigilance.
The only way we can remain
vigilant, ensure we take respon-
sibility for policing the jurisdic-
tion and stay on top of every-
thing is to be informed."
Denying that he was being
"alarmist", and saying he was
speaking from experience, Mr
Sears said Bahamian citizens
and financial services practi-
tioners had a right to know
what was going on, so they
could provide informed feed-
back and consultation to the
Government and adjust their
business practices accordingly.
As there was "so much at
stake", as attorney general he
had sought to keep Parliament
abreast of FATF-related devel-
opments, and urged the FNM
government to do the same.


Legal Notice

NOTICE

KONSTANTIN II HOLDINGS INC.

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which'rommencer. on thie
16th day of October 2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.






ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)



Legal Notice

NOTICE

GLADIOLA INVESTMENTS LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
2nd day of October 2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.






ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)




Legal Notice

NOTICE

BEATLE HOLDINGS LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which comrmenced on the
2nd day of October 2007. The Liquidator is Argosa
Corp. Inc., P.O.Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.





ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)









THE TRIBUNE


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2007, PAGE 19B


Regulators ban





exclusive condo





cable deals


* By DIBYA SARKAR
AP Business Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) -
Federal regulators on Wednes-
day approved a rule that would
ban exclusive agreements that
cable television operators have
with apartment buildings,
opening up competition for
other video providers that
could eventually lead to lower
prices.
The Federal Communica-
tions Commission unanimous-
ly approved the change, which
Chairman Kevin Martin said
would help lower cable rates
for millions of subscribers who
live in apartment buildings and
other multiunit dwellings, or
about 25 million households.
He said the move would par-
ticularly help minorities who
disproportionately live in mul-
ti-unit dwellings.
"There is no reason that con-
sumers living in apartment
buildings should be locked into
one service provider," he said
in a statement Wednesday.
The rule would prohibit


cable companies, such as Com-
cast Corp. and Time Warner
Cable Inc., from enforcing
existing exclusive cable TV
contracts with apartment man-
agers and allow telecommuni-
cations companies, such as
Verizon Communications Inc.
and AT&T Inc., to offer video
services along with high-speed
Internet access and phone ser-
Vice.

Decision

"The FCC decision will pro-
vide access to new competitive
options for residents of these
properties and encourages fur-
ther deployment of broadband
networks," Susanne Guyer,
Verizon's senior vice president
of federal regulatory affairs,
said in a statement.
But Comcast said the change
is a "blow" to consumers in
apartment buildings and con-
dos and could spur litigation
for years to come.
"The net result is that many
consumers are likely to wind
up paying more for services if


the FCC's interference in the
competitive marketplace
stands," Comcast spokes-
woman Sena Fitzmaurice said
in an e-mailed statement.
The National Cable and
Telecommunications Associa-
tion did not immediately com-
ment on the matter.
The cable industry, which
had previously said it is unlaw-
ful for the government to inval-
idate existing contracts, said
the deals provide apartment
residents with better pricing
and service.
The new FCC ruling is a
reversal of its stance four years
ago when it found little evi-
dence that the contracts stifled
competition.
FCC commissioner Robert
McDowell, who agreed with
the "thrust" of the order, said
the agency needs to better
explain why it reversed course
and indicated the order may
not hold up in court.
"I only wish we were giving
our attorneys more legal
ammunition to use to defend
the agency," he said.


CHURCH STAFF POSITION FOR ADMINISTRATOR
The Business Administrator is responsible to the Church, supervised by the Pastor for
administering the business affairs of the Church.

Functions:- 1. Establish and operate a financial record keeping and operating good
bookkeeping procedures.
2. Prepare financial report for Financial & Budget Committee and
Church Treasurer.
3. Purchasing Agent, processing Purchase Orders.
4. Maintain records on Church Staff. Establish and maintain records of
Church properties and facilities.
5. Assist Property Board with Architect Contractors and others in build-
ing,.remodeling and equipping church buildings.
6. Administer Church adopt policies and procedures concerning the use
of all Church properties and facilities.
7. Work with the Property and Congregational Boards in preparing an
Annual Budget of maintenance and equipment needs.
8. Supervise workers in the maintenance and repair of all physical proper-
ties. Establish and implement cleaning, painting, renovating schedules
including the grave yard and parking lots.
9. Supervise the operation of food services.
10. Supervise assigned office personnel.
11. Perform other duties as assigned by Pastor.

Applicant needs to possess excellent verbal and written communication and computer skills. Must
be a team player and willing to work flexible schedule.

Please send Resume together with a covering letter;
a statement of philosophy and a recent photograph tot

The Trust Secretary
Ebene'zaer Methodist Church
PO. BoxSS 6145
Nassau, Bahamas
----------Annual-Budget--of-maintenance and equipment needs. _


RBC
g Royal Bank
3. of Canada


PROPERTIES LISTED

FOR SALE
Contact Account Officer listed below by using number code for each property.

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(601) Vacant lot# 1 Hamster Road
off Carmichael Road 5969 sqft.
Appraised value $54,000.
(565) Vacant lot #5 located Eleu-
thera Island Shores, Seaside Drive
Section B, Block #15, Eleuthera,
Bahamas. 9,691 sqft. Appraised
value $21,805.
(902) 0.281 acre of vacant land off
Queen's Highway in the settlement
of Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera.
Appraised value $31,320.
(800) Vacant property located
Bahamia South. Block 16 lot 9A,
Freeport, Grand Bahama consist-
ing of 24,829.20sqft. Appraised value
$52,000
(802) Vacant lot #27, Block No:
27 Caravelle Bay, Freeport Grand
Bahama consisting of 38,047 sqft.
Appraised Value $150,000.
(565) Vacant Lot #9 (11,406.65 sq.
ft.) situated in Mango Lane Sec-
tion "B" Block#15, Eleuthera Island
Shores on the Island of Eleuthera.
Appraised value $25,665.
(701) Undeveloped lot #149. Sea-


COMMERCIAL
BANKING CENTRE
Tel: 242-356-8568
(800) Mrs. Monique Crawford
(802) Mr. Brian Knowles
(805) Mr. Jerome Pinder
(806) Mrs Lois Hollis
(807) Mr. Wayne Kendall
(808) Mrs. Hope Sealey
PALMDALE SHOPPING
CENTRE BRANCH
Tel: 242-322-4426/9
or 242-302-3800
(201) Ms. Nicola Walker
(202) Mr. Frank Dean
(203) Mrs. Cedricka Clarke
NASSAU INT'LAIRPORT
Tel: 242-377-7179
(433) Mrs. Suzette Hall-Moss
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR,
ELEUTHERA
Tel: 242-332-2856/8
(902) Mr. Brian Hanna
HARBOUR ISLAND BRANCH
Tel: 242-333-2230
(901) Ms. Velderine Laroda


(401) Lots#17 & #18 CrownAllot-
ments, Love Hill Settlement,
Andros. Containing a two sto-
rey residence. Appraised value
$100,000.
(806) Lots#1 & #2, Block 3 with a
parcel situated between Lot #1,
Block 3, containing a 4 bedroom
condominium Sunset ViewVillas,
West Bay Street. Appraised value
$750,000.
(806) Lot#13, Block#4 of Coral
Waterways, Section One, Coral
Harbour, N.R with two houses
and a swimming pool, #312 New
Providence bounded northwardly
by a canal or waterway of the said
Subdivision known as Flamingo
waterway and running 102.004 ft
eastwardly by lot #14 and 146.145
ft southwardly by a reservation for
a private road. Appraised value
$530,000.
(433) Lot#27 of Village Allotment
#14 in the Eastern District, con-
taining residence situated on
Denver Street off Parkgate Road
in the Ann's Town Constituency,
New Providence. Property size
2,500 sqft Building size 990 sq ft
Appraised value $50,000.
(304) Lot#2, Block#8, Steward
Rd, Coral Heights' East Sub-
division situated in Western
District of New Providence -approx
size 8,800 sq ft with a split level
containing 2 bed, 2 bath, living,
dining & family rooms, kitchen
and utility room. Approx size of
building 2,658 sq ft. Appraised
value: $322,752.
(902) Lot#14, Block#23 (125ft
x80ft) situated Rainbow Bay,
Eleuthera containing a one
storey house with 2 bed,
1 bath, kitchen, living room and
2 linen closets. Appraised value
$89,998.
(902) Lot of land 94 x 94 x 150 x
150 on Queens Highway just south
of Palmetto Point with a two sto-
rey stone building containing two
apartments. Each unit has 3 bed,
2 1/2 bath, kitchen, living room
and 3 linen closets. Appraised
value $287,209.
(100) Developed property
Pinder's, Long Island containing
a split level Mediterranean style
home with kitchen, living room,


fan Lane, Lucayan Beach Subdivi-
sion. Grand Bahama, 18750 sqft.
Appraised value: TBA
(802) Vacant lot #26, Block No:
27 Caravelle Bay, Freeport Grand
Bahama consisting of 35,000 sqft.
Appraised Value $150,000.
(402) Lot89, Block 7Aberdeen Drive,
BahamiaWest Replat Subdivision,
Freeport, Grand Bahama, consist-
ing of 12,100 sqft. Appraised value
$51,000.
(902) Lot #46, Block #32, Baha-
mia. Section IX Freeport, Grand
Bahama 90 ft wide along Stratford
Way and 150 ft along Stratford Court.
Appraised value $26,000.
(723) Vacant lot #20 comprising a
portion of the Murphy Town Crown
Allotment # 72 situated in Murphy
Town, Abaco Bahamas.
Appraised value $18,000.00
(724) Vacant lot # 67A of Section 2
of the said Subdivision known as
"Whale Point Estates" in the vicinity
of Bottom Harbour and extending
fromWhale Point to Cotton Hole in
the Northern section of the Island of


ANDROSTOWN
Tel: 242-368-2071
(400) Mrs. Roeag A el
NASSAU MAIN RANCH
Tel: 242-322-8700
(701) Mrs. Stephanie Saunders
(702) Ms. Cherelle Martinbor-
ough
(703) Mrs. RenaeWalkine
JFK DRIVE BRANCH
Tel: 242-325-4711
(401) Mr. James Strachan
(402) Mrs. Chandra Gilbert
PRINCE CHARLES
SHOPPING CENTRE
Tel: 242-393-7505/8
(501) Mr. Keith Lloyd
(505) Ms. Patricia Russell
CABLE BEACH
Tel: 242-327-6077
(466) Mrs. Winnifred Roberts
MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO
Tel: 242-367-2420
(908) Mr. Antonio Eyma
(909) Mrs. Sylvia Poitier
(910) Mrs. Vanessa Scott
BIMINI BRANCH
Tel: 242-347-3031
(105) Mr. Kermit Curry


dining room, master bed and
bath, two guest rooms, full and
half guest bathroom on lower
level. Also garage and breezeway
- a gross area 4,212 sq ft. Kitch-
enette, master bedroom aid bath
and front entry porch features the
upper level, gross area of 780 sqft.
Porches all around the concrete
structure which is 90% complete.
Appraised value $650,000.
(400) Property situated in Cala-
bash Bay on the Island of Andros.
75 ft x 150 ft and containing ther-
eon a small grocery store 480 sqft
and an incomplete 3 bed 2 bath
house 900 sqft. Appraised value
$65,000.
(702) Lot#20 with residential prop-
erty located Skyline Heights, N.P
Appraised value $280,000.
(400) Lot #14 situated in the set-
tlement of Love Hill on the Island
of Andros totaling 20,000 sqft.
Property contains a two storey
5 bed, 3 bath residence. Appraised
value $185,000.
(902) Lot containing 3 bed, 2
bath residence situated in the
settlement of Governor's Har-
bour.bounded northwardly by a
19ft road and running thereon
50ft eastwardly and running
thereon 100ft southwardly and
50 ft westwardly. Appraised value
$90,000.
(902) Lot (8,000 sqft) situated
Sand's Alley, North Palmetto
Point with incomplete triplex (con-
crete structure- belt course 2,529.6
sqft). Appraised value $49,414.
(105) Lot containing two storey
building. with 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath
residence, and 30 ft x 86 ft situated
Bailey Town, North Bimini.
Appraised value $235,000.
(203) Lot B situated oni the
north side of Shell Fish Road,
being the third lot west of Fire
Itail Road and east of Hamster
Road with a one half duplex
residential premises. Appraised
value TBA.
(701) Lot#1B in Block #16
in Section 3 of the Subdivi-
sion called and known as Sea
Breeze Estates situated in
the Eastern District of New
Providence. Property con-


Eleuthera. Appraised value TBA
(724) Vacant lot # 595, Jacaranda
Street, Pinewood Gardens, New:
Providence. Property size 5,000
sqft. Appraised value $50,000.
(108) Single Family Lot #57 Blck7
# Chesapeake Subdivision (no util-
ities), Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Appraised value$18,000.
(108) Single Family Lot #5 Block
#21 Leicester County (no utilities),
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Appraised
value $6,000.
(101) Tourist Commercial Canal;
Lot #71 Silver Cove Subdivision,
Freeport Grand Bahama. Appraised
value $175,000
(902) Vacant Lots #'s 5 & 6 in Block 3
of Club Estates Subdivision located
North of Rock Sound Eleuthera com-
prising of 1.48 acres. Appraised value
$55,000.00
(902) Vacant lot of land situated:
in South Palmetto Point Eleuthera
measuring 97x127x82x121.
Appraised value $38,000.00


GRAY'S, LONG ISLAND
Tel: 242-337-0101
(100) Mrs LucyWells
LOAN COLLECTION CENTRE
Tel: 242-394-3560
(716) Mrs. Ingrid Simon
(717) Mrs. Nancy Swaby
(723) Ms. Deidre King
(724) Mrs. Faye Higgs
(725) Ms. Marguerite Johnson
(565) Mrs. Catherine Davis
MACKEY STREET
Tel: 242-393-3097
(601) Mrs. Anastacia Knowles
BAY & VICTORIA BRANCH
Tel: 242-322-2451/3
(301) Ms. Thyra Johnson
(303) Mr. Desmond Mcintosh
(304) Mrs. Alicia Thompson
FREEPORT, MAIN BRANCH
Tel: 242-352-6631/2
(101) Ms. Garnell Frith
(103) Mrs. Damita Newbold-
Cartwright
(104) Ms. Jackie Knowles
(108) Ms. Sylvie Carey


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tains a 3 bed, 2 bath residence.
Appraised value TBA.
(701) Lot of land being #11
in Block#10 on a plan of
allotments laid out by Village
Estates Limited and filed in
the Dept of Land & Surveys
as #142 N.P. and situated in the
Eastern District of New Provi-
dence. Property contains 3 bed,
2 bath residence. Appraised
value TBA.
(565) Lot#1018 in Golden Gates
Estates #2 Sub situated in the
Southwestern District of the island
'of New Providence containing a
single storey private residence
3 bed, 2 bath. Property approx
size 6,000 sq ft. Building approx
size 2,400 sq ft. Appraised value
$173,176.
(902) Lot of land containing res-
idence in North Palmetto Point
Eleuthera. Appraised value: TBA
(902) Lot of land containing a 2
storey 7 bed/2 bath single fam-
ily residence (2,234squarefeet)
located of Queens Highway in
Tarpum Bay Eleuthera. Appraised
value $77,000.
(902) Lot#31 situated at the
intersection of Albert & Victoria
Streets in Hatchet Bay contain-
ing a 2 storey concrete building
with an incomplete 2bed 1 bath
apt and store downstairs. Prop-
erty approx 2250 sqft. Appraised
value $65,000.
(902) Lot containing commer-
cial building housing a sports
bar, restaurant and a 2 storey
commercial building on Queens
Highway Tarpum Bay Eleuthera.
Value $180,000.
(808) Lot # 3 Block 24 in the
Centreville Subdivision Build-
ing #109/Eastern side of Collins
Avenue. Comprising commercial
2,800 sq feet commercial building.
Appraised value $582,000
(108) Single Family Lot #5 Block
#5 Unit #1 Devonshire. Appraised
value TBA
(902) Lot #17 Block 7 in section "A"
of Eleuthera Island Shores Subdi-
vision Northwest of Hatchet Bay
containing a 3 bed/2 bath house.
Appraised value $99,000.00


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Hardwood floors
Ceiling Fans.
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Solid wood cabinets
Granite countertops
Porcelain Tiles
Appliances
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Private balcony
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CONDOMINIUMS &.TOWNHOUSES

Pre-construction sales event

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contact with the BICS.
Mr Butler said of BORCO:
"They have surveyed and
devised a recovery plan that
they have yet to initiate................
"We are extremely concerned
about the integrity of the [cable]
leg they have dumped the mate-
rial on. We are concerned about
the $6 million we have invest-
ed."
The Cable Bahamas presi-
dent pointed out that the BICS
R was effectively a self-healing
ping ring, meaning that if it was cut
'/Patio on one side, telecommunica-
try tions traffic could still reach the
rd US after being diverted on to
?d0 the other side of the ring.
001 Such precautions, he added,
e were done in case of a break
caused by storm-related dam-
age.
"There is pending litigation
for removal and damages, but
we have negotiated with BOR-
CO to stand up and take their
responsibility and remove the
material dumped on the sea bed
we have leased," Mr Butler
said.
"We're hopeful it can get
resolved, but presently we're
not too happy with PORCO."
Max Sweeting, BORCO's-
vice-president. (lid not return
ment despite a detailed phone
message being left.
In its statement of claim, filed
with the Supreme Court on
April 23, 2(107, Caribbean
Crossings alleged that the break
in its libre optic cable was
caused by BORCO's "negli-
gence" in dumping materials
and structures into the ocean,
:and upon the seabed it had


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The Abaco Club on Winding Bay

(A Ritz-Carlton managed property)


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is accepting applicationsfor thefollowir


DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES
Overall responsibilities:
Dual responsibility for the leadership and management of all
functions of the Engineering and Housekeeping departments in
accordance with Ritz Carlton Club standards. Direct all engineering
operations for interior/exterior facilities including electrical, Loss
Prevention, refrigeration, plumbing, heating/cooling, structural,
painting, and carpentry, recycling, ground care and parking areas.
The Executive Housekeeping Managers report to this position so
as to control maintenance and capital upgrade costs to existing
guests and public areas and future units and facilities. Also will
liaise with Development and Construction partners so as to
maintain other engineering work necessary when turned over to
property management in an efficient condition to ensure the safety
and comfort of guests and employees. Must have 8+ years
management experience in hotel .or building engineering
maintenance.
RESTAURANT MANAGER (FINE DINING)
Overall Responsibility:
Candidate is responsible for managing all aspect of Formal Dining
Restaurant Functions, in accordance with Ritz-Carlton Club or
similar luxury dining standards. Directs implements and maintains
a service and management philosophy, which serves as a guide
to respective staff. The most desired applicants will posses the
following qualifications: High school graduate/College Degree
preferred, 3 years experience as a Restaurant Manager/Supervisor
(preferably a 5 star restaurant), familiarity with Food & Beverage
Cost, some Culinary Training certification of pervious training
in liquor, wine and food service, Computer Training and electronic
POS sales experience: ability to provide legible communications:
knowledge of various food service styles (i.e., French service,
butler style)

CHEF DE PARTIES (Head Cook)
Overall Responsibility:
Plan, prep, set up and provide quality service in all areas of food
production for menu items and specials in the designated outlets
in accordance with standards and plating guide specifications.
Direct, train and monitor performance of Line Cooks. Maintain
organization, cleanliness and sanitation of work areas and
equipment.
* Minimum 2 years experience as a Line Cook at a top rated resort
or restaurant.
* Ability to work all stations on line.
* Ability to perform job functions with attention to detail, speed
and accuracy. 4
* Ability to prioritize, organizes, delegate work and follow through.
* Ability to be a clear thinker, remain calm and resolve problems
using good judgment.
* Ability to communicate in English with guests, co-workers and
management to their understanding.
* Ability to compute basic mathematical calculations.


ig positions:

* Certification of culinary training or apprenticeship.
* Previous stipervisory experience is preferable.
* Ability to communicate in a second language, preferably Spanish
or Creole.
Sanitation certificate.

HEAD GOLF PROFESSIONAL

Overall responsibility:
Assists the Director of Golf in managing the overall daily golf
operation including golf shop, retail services, food and beverage
services and the driving range areas. Directs and works with
managers and associates to ensure guest and associate satisfaction
while striving to maximize the financial performance of the
department. Supports and upholds the Ritz-Carlton Philosophy,
Gold Standards, and minimum standards of operation. The most
desired applicants will posses the following qualifications:
Retail merchandising skills
Knowledge of purchasing, inventory controls, supplies and
equipment
Proficient at the game of golf
Instructional teaching skills
Knowledge of golf and grounds equipment and routine
maintenance needs
Understanding of Food and Beverage operations

WE are also immediately seeking the following entry level
service positions:
Bartenders (2), Room Attendants (2), Kitchen Stewards (3),
Laundry Workers (2), and Housemen (3) Cart Attendant (1)
and a Telephone Operator (1).
Application forms for the Club are available from the Labor
Departments in Nassau, Grand Bahama and Abaco. If you
feel you qualify for any of the above, please send an e-mail or
fax copy of your resume and telephone contacts to:
The Director of Human Resources
The Abaco Club on Winding Bay
(A Ritz-Carlton Managed Property)
P.O.Box AB20571, Marsh Harbour
Abaco; Bahamas
E-mail: liumanresources@theabacoclub.com
OR
Fax #: 242-367-0392
The deadline for receipt of all resumes or applications is
Friday, November 16th.
Sorry, no telephone calls accepted for these positions.


DIRECTOR OF FINANCE (OPERATIONS)
Overall Responsibilities:
Provide finance and accounting leadership for a unique resort
property. Provide accounting & financial support for luxury,
mixed use membership resort operation. Ensure accurate and
timely on-site financial management, reporting, forecasting and
budgeting of all on-site Ritz-Carlton business units and ancillary
profit centers, including the Homeowner Associations. Safeguard
company assets and maintain a strong environment of financial
control. Heavy corporate reporting responsibilities to a joint
venture partnership Board of Directors.
Job/Education Qualifications
, BS or BA in Accounting or Finance
* CPA/MBA preferred
* 5-7 years accounting experience in real estate, hospitality
or related field
3-5 years managgpnent experience
Excellent presentation skills

ACCOUNTING Manager, J .
OINT VENTURE Accounting
Overall responsibilities:
As a member of Ritz Carlton Club (RCC) Joint Venture Abaco
On-site team, the Manager, Site Accounting is accountable for
the reporting and manages financial information related to Abaco
JV operations. The incumbent works under limited supervision
and partners with managers at all site and regional levels and
across all functions to identify problems, develop, and perform
accounting processes that produce period closing, reporting, and
analyses in compliance with company policies and Generally
Accepted Accounting Principles. The Manager coordinates the
financial accounting and assists the Director of Finance
(Operations) with budgeting, forecasting and reporting information
outcomes for the JV Abaco operations. The Manager completes
small projects as required.

CLUB DIRECTOR
Overall responsibilities:
Assists the General Manager and is responsible in his/her absence
for all aspects of the Hotel's operations including Food & Beverage,
Rooms Division, Front Office, Recreation/Activities, Spa and
Catering/Conference Services etc., in accordance with hotel
standards. Job Requirements Must have 8 or more years of hotel
operations experience in a luxury full-service environment, with
at least 5 at executive level. Strong proven leadership abilities
and a vision for quality and excellence in hotel operations. Support
hotel executives in planning, developing, implementing and
evaluating the quality of products and services given to internal
and external customers.


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leased from the Government
for its cables.
While repairing the fibre
optic break, Caribbean Cross-
ings alleged that on August 15,
2006, its general manager,
Blaine Schafer, saw a barge and
two tugs moving in the direc-
tion of their boat, the CS Intre-
pid.
The structure on the barge
was "very similar to what had
been discovered underwater
near the fibre break". Inquiries
found that it was BORCO's
material that was being
dumped, the statement of claim
alleged, and upon being con-
tacted the Grand Bahama-
based oil bulk storage terminal
"provided co-ordinates and
times of the dumps".
Caribbean Crossings alleged
that it had suffered damages of
$996,160, some $911,244 of that
coming from having to hire an
IT marine specialist, IT Marine
Ltd, to effect the repairs.
The Cable Bahamas sub-
sidiary alleged that BORCO
had failed to supervise the
dumping or give warning to
affected parties, the dumping
having taken place on seabed
land it had leased for the BICS
cable from the Government via
a Crown licence from the
Department of Lands and Sur-
veys on DecemBer 15, 2000.
The statement of claim
alleged that BORCO failed to
check the location of marine
structures in the area where it
was dumping, did not check
charts that would have shown
the location of Caribbean
Crossings fibre optic cable, and
"failed to obtain permissions or
the requisite permissions to con-
duct the dumping".


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DIEUDONNE JASON of
ROBINSON ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 1ST day of NOVEMBER,
2007 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
'Citizenship, P.O.Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WILDA PIERRE of
THIRD STREET, THE GROVE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS,
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 25TH day of
OCTOBER, 2007 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N-7147, Freeport, Bahamas.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ENERVE TONTON of
ST. VINCENT ROAD, P.O. BOX-SS-5076, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration/ naturalization should
not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from' the 25TH day of
OCTOBER, 2007 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N-7147, Freeport, Bahamas.


proposed decrease was not
enough.
The council then filed a plan
reducing rates by 18.4 per cent,
which will become effective Jan-
uary 1. Industry and regulatory
officials say that since a state law
changed in 2003, the frequency
of injured workers' claims has


decreased, mainly because of
less fraud and abuse. Rates have
dropped more than 50 per cent
cumulatively since then.
Next year's reduction will pro-
duce a savings of over $700 mil-
lion for Florida employers,
McCarty's office estimates. The
reduction is the fifth consecu-


Legal Notice
NOTICE
ULthcon Petroleum International (Bahamas) Inc.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:
(a) Lithcon Petroleum International (Bahamas) Inc is
in dissolution under the provisions of the International
Business Companies Act 2000.
(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced
on the 30th October, 2007 when its the Articles of
Dissolution were submitted to and registered by the
Registrar General.
(c) The Liquidator of the said Company is Grace Huang
Li-Chu c/o Ocean Centre, Montagu Foreshore, East
Bay Street, P 0. Box SS- 19084, Nassau, Bahamas,
as.sole Liquidator.
Dated the 31st day of October 2007.
H & J Corporate Services Ltd.
Registered Agent
for the above-named Company



NOTICE

DAUGAVA INVEST LTD.


Notice is given hereby in accordance with Section
138 (8) of the International Business Companies
Act 2000, the dissolution of DAUGAVA
INVEST LTD. has been completed, a Certificate
of Dissolution has been issued and the Company
has therefore been struck off the Register.





Romualds Stasaitis
Liquidator


tive decrease in rates since the
new law took effect. ,


The council produces and files
rates for insurers in many states.


TALLAHASSEE, Florida
(AP) Workers' compensation
rates paid by Florida employers
will drop 18.4 per cent next year
under a filing approved Wednes-
day by Insurance Commissioner


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Win a "Magic Minute" at any Royal Bank or RBC
FINCO ATM in New Providence or the Family Islands.
Enter RBC's "AbraCARDAbra" Client Card contest
between now and November 30th, 2007 and get a
chance to win up to $1500! The more you use your
card, the more chances you have to win!

Make long lines disappear!
All you need is an RBC Client Card. Make cash with-
drawals, transfer funds, pay bills and more. Enjoy
the 24-hour convenience of banking when it suits
you best. No need to wait in line!


Mortgage Specialist
RBC FINCO,
Robinson Road Branch
The successful candidate should possess the following
qualifications:
* ACIB OR ABIFS Diploma or degree in in Banking
(or a related field)
* At least 5 or more years banking experience.
Previous experience in portfolio and liability
administration would be an asset
: Negotiating/Selling skills
Strong leadership, coaching, relationship building,
problem solving and confidentiality skills
S Ability to manage multiple priorities
Ability to make sound credit analysis
Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Power Point)
Responsibilities include:
* Contributing to meeting team sales plans by
acquiring and growing profitable client relationships
* Providing customized solutions and financial advice
designed to satisfy the client's long-term goals on
obtaining a mortgage
* Seeking out new clients by developing relationships
within the community and local centres of influence
* Enhancing the experience of existing clients by
providing accessibility and one-on-one advice and
valuable information on the intricacies of having a
mortgage
* Successfully anchoring clients with the appropriate
delivery channel within RBC Financial Group
A competitive compensation package (base salary &
bonus) commensurate with relevant experience and
qualifications is offered.
Please apply before November 6,2007 to:
Regional Manager.
Human Resources
Caribbean Banking
RBC Royal Bank of Canada
Bahamas Regional Office
P.O. Box N-7549
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Via fax: (242)328-7145
Via email:bahcayjp@rbc.com


BSI


BSI TRUST CORPORATION

(BAHAMAS) LIMITED

BSI Trust Corporation (Bahamas) Limited a wholly owned subsidiary of
BSI AG in Lugano Switzerland, is seeking a highly motivated individual
to compliment its small team of professionals; we are presently accepting
applications for the position of:


Financial and Compliance Officer

This position is a key component of our operations, and the successful
candidate will be a Certified Public Accountant or have a similar BICA
approved certification with at least three years' post-qualification experience
in the preparation of corporate and client accounts. Knowledge of the legal
and regulatory framework of The Bahamas is essential.

The following attributes are desirable:
* Attention to detail and the ability to produce high quality work while
meeting tight deadlines
* Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
* Excellent organisation and communication competency
* Team player and ability to work well with colleagues
* Willingness to take on new tasks and responsibilities
* Membership in the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners

The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of financial
accounting and reporting for the company and its clients, in addition to
performing compliance duties and ensuring that the company is operating
within the legal and regulatory framework of The Bahamas.

We offer a very competitive remuneration package, based on your
qualifications and level of experience. Should your credentials be in line
with our requirements, please send your resume either by fax no. 702.1253
or by mail to the following address:

Personnel Officer
BSI Trust Corporation (Bahamas) Limited
Bayside Executive Park, West Bay St. & Blake Road
P. O. Box N 7130
Nassau, Bahamas

(ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE)
Only applicants having the above attributes will be considered.


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S$18bn US debt auction smallest for 20 years


* By MARTIN
CRUTSINGER
AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) -
The Treasury Department said
Wednesday that it will sell $18
billion in debt at its quarterly


auction next week, the smallest
amount in more than 20 years.
The government also
announced that starting next
year it will lower the minimum
amount that can be purchased
at a Treasury auction from the
current $1,000 down to $100


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Amenities: A/C, Private
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Size: 402sq. ft. @ $495.00 pm


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Four Upstairs Offices
Amenities: A/C, Common
Entrance & Lavatories
"A"-Size: 492sq. ft.@$590 pm
"B"- Size: 95sq. ft.@$120 pm
"C"-Size: 196sq. ft.@$240 pm
"D)"- Size: 393s. ft@$475 nm


in an effort to attract more
small investors.
The Treasury said that the
auctions next week will include
$13 billion in 10-year notes and
$5 billion in 30-year bonds.
The 10-year notes will be
auctioned on Wednesday,
November 7, while the 30-year
bonds will be auctioned on
November 8. The $18 billion
total is down slightly from the
$22 billion raised at the last
quarterly refunding done three
months ago. It will be the
smallest total in more than 20
years.
The government's deficit hit
an all-time high of $413 billion
for the 2004 budget year..
Since that record was set, the
deficits have been gradually
declining, hitting a five-year
low of $162.8 billion in the
2007 budget year, which ended
on September 30.

Deficits

Those falling deficits have
meant smaller government
borrowing needs.
In May, the government
announced that it was discon-
tinuing sales of three-year
Treasury notes.
The reduction in the mini-
mum sales amount at an auc-
tion will be the first to occur
since 1998 when the purchase
amount was reduced to $1,000
to encourage more Americans
to save and invest. Prior to that
time, the minimum purchase
amount had been $10,000 for
Treasury bills, securities with a
maturity of one year or less,
and $5,000 for Treasury notes
with a maturity of up to four
years.
Treasury officials said the,
latest reduction is a result of,
an improved government pro-
cessing system that will handle
the auctions.
This system will go into
effect in the first half of next
year and at that time the min-'
imum amounts of Treasury
securities that can be pur-'
chased will be lowered to $100.,
Officials said that over the
past two years, the minimum'
purchase amounts of $1,000
accounted for about four per
cent of the total government
debt sold at auctitb.: '


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he Bahamas Hotel Association

9 Annual Golf Tournament
At
Blue Shark Golf Club
Sunday, November 4, 2007
Registration 7:15 a.m. --=-


Would like to say THANK YOU to the following -5LUE5.SHA.RK
Sponsors & Prize Donors for their generous donatiuvi,;


TYREFLEX STAR MO TORS


*RBC
Royal Ba
oft Canai


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Major Sponsors
BACARDI & COMPANY LTD.
ank BAHAMAS FOOD SERVICES
da tAKERS BAY GOLF OCEAN CLUE
BTC
ENVIROSCAPE COMPANY LTD.
FIDELITY BANK (BAHAMAS) LIMIT
KERZNER INTERNATIONAL
MAJESTIC TOURS LTD.
PEPSI-COLA (BAHAMAS) BOTTLING
COMPANY LTD.
SCOTIABANK (BAHAMAS) LTD.
SUN OIL LIMITED
THE d'ALSENAS AGENCY LTD.
RBC ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
TYREFLEX STAR MOTORS

Platinum Sponsors
BRISTOL WINES & SPIRITS
CITY MARKETS LIMITED
Gold Sponsors
G"RA 'HA, "iO """ M P5 ,"
OM^ w s o e on a c


MIt.VXER ?QNSO!S
lanca del Semplone (Overseas) Ltd.
*Blackb.ard's Cay
Butterfield Bank tlahamas) Ltd.
C avaller Construction Co. Ltd,
Clipper Group (Management] Ltd.
Dockendale Shipping Co. Ltd.
Guaranty Trust Bank Limited
Interchem Limited
). S, Johnson a Co. Ltd.
N.U.A. Insurance Agents t Brokers
Nassau Motor Company Ltd.
One World Communications Ltd.
Pannell Kerr Foster
Prime Bahamas Ltd.
Providence Advisors
Providence Technology Group
Quencom Audio Visual
Sports, Spine K Rehabilitation Centre
Sunshine Beach Club BS VIllas
The Mallboat Company
Wong's Rubber Stamp Printing Co.
Ltd.


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Enviroscepe Company Ltd.
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Abaco Beach Resort a Boat Harbour
American Airlines American Eagle
Anthony's Grill
Bahamas Ferries
Bahamasalr
Best Western Bay View Sultes
Blackboard's Cay
British Culonlal Hilton
Butler 9& Sands rattinger Champagne
City Markent Ltd.
Club Land'Ot
Comfort Suites Paradise Island
Continental Connection
Graydiff Hotel Restaurant
Green Turtle Cay Club
Humidor Churrascarla Restaurant
Mandara Spa at Atlantis
Nassau Paradise Island Promotion
Board
Old Bahama Bay at Ginn Sur Mir
SSandals Royal Bahamian
* Stuart Cove's DIve Bahamas
* Our Lucaya Golf a Beach Resort
Wyndham Nassau Resort S Casino


*Special Appreciation to Blue Shark Golf Chib and all golfers for making this
possible. Proceeds to support BHA Scholarships and education programs.


A HOTE -S~~ STAY. MONTAGE IS WHERE YOU LIVE.
SOMING- 2010.


LEGAL NOTICE

Jersey Private Bank & Trust
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named Company is in
dissolution, commencing the 22nd day of October, 2007.
Creditors having debts or claims against the Company are
required to send particulars to Craig A. (Tony) Gomez,
Liquidator of the said Company at the offices of Baker Tilly
Gomez, The Deanery, No. 28 Cumberland Street, P.O. Box
N-1991, Nassau, Bahamas. In default thereof they will be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution made by the
Liquidator.

Dated this 31" day of October, 2007

CRAIG A. TONYY) GOMEZ
Liquidator


PROCLAMATION
HUBERT A. INGRAHAM


WHEREAS, the proper operation and success of organizations are inextricably

Sound to the establishment and maintenance of proper and accurate systems of

accounting;

AND WHEREAS, it is essential that persons performing accounting functions in

organizations maintain the highest standards and possess an awareness of current

practices;

AND WHEREAS, The Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants was

-stablished to assist in the development of the accounting profession in The Bahamas, by

prescribing standards which require careful attention to performance;

AND WHEREAS, the said Institute wishes to set aside a week to engage in

activities to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of accounting in the

Bahamian community;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Hubert A. Ingraham, Prime Minister of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas do hereby proclaim the week commencing Sunday, 4'h

November, 2007 and ending Saturday, 10h November, 2007 as ACCOUNTANTS'

WEEK".



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1

have hereunto set my Hand and

Seal this 9' day of October,

2007.





Hubert A. ngrahai
Prime Minister


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Team Scotia members, who are a group of Scotiabank
employee volunteers, demonstrated great teamwork and
camaraderie as they cleaned, dusted, and painted the interior
of the Children's Home. These volunteers were proud to be
able to create a bright future and bring some warmth and
cheer to the lives of the children.


Team Scotia,
We Salute You! !


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