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Volume: 107 No.65


WEDNESDAY,


FEBRUARY 9, 2011


PRICE 750 (Abaco and Grand Bahama $1.25)


PRIME MINISTER HUBERT INGRAHAM:





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sal of BTC


PM speaks in House
after government
concludes agreement


By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net
THERE is no stopping the
BTC deal, Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham told the
House of Assembly.
A few hours after the gov-
ernment concluded its agree-
ment to sell 51 per cent of its
shares in the Bahamas
Telecommunications Compa-
ny to Cable and Wireless, Mr
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APOLOGY
QN the front page of Tues-
day's Tribune, a photo was
incorrectly captioned "Self-
less: Bishop Michael Hartley
Eldon."
- The photo was not of the
late Bishop Eldon, but rather
of Anglican Bishop Laish
Bo)d, who was mentioned in
thOestory.
The Tribune apologies for
this error.


Ingraham told Parliament the
company's employees should
try to adjust to this new reali-
ty as soon as possible.
He said: "The sale is pro-
ceeding. We want to ensure
employees benefit from the
sale. We want employees to
use every opportunity they
have to engage with new boss-.
es who are going to be there,
It is not possible to stop it."
'The transaction, worth $210
million, plus $7 million in
stamp tax, is still subject to.
parliamentary, and regulato-
ry approvals which are
expected to be concluded by
April 4.
Mr Ingraham said: "We
should not delay progress in
this area any further. The duly
elected government of the
Bahamas is satisfied thisis the
best transaction for the
Bahamas. The democratical-
ly-elected government of the
SEE page six


AGREEMENT: Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham shakes hands with Cable and Wireless CEO David
Shaw as they hold the Memorandum of Understanding. Tim Clarke/Tribune staff
PLP WILL OPPOSE SALE OF INFi' ( '
BT( IN PARLIAMENT VOTE
By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net ." : .. . -"


THE Progressive Liberal Party will
oppose the government's sale of BTC
when it comes to a vote iri Parliament,.
party leader Perry Christie vowed yes-
terday.
After Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-,
ham tabled the Memorandum of-
SEE page 11
MAN FOUND SHOT DEAD
REPORTS reached the Tribune last
night that the bullet riddled body of a man
had been found by police near the Town
Centre Mall in Yellow Elder Gardens.
The victim is thought to be 26 years old.
No further details were released before
press time last night.


HEIGHTENED security measures at Rawson Square.
By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter
cnixon@tribunemedia.net
THE police presence in Rawson Square was strong
yesterday as authorities prepared for what turned
out to be a small showing by around 50 BTC union
protesters.
With the government tabling the Memorandum
of Understanding signed with Cable & Wireless for
SEE page 11


SEE page two


GOVT PLANS TO
SECURE VETO
POWERS IN BTC
SALES AGREEMENT
By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net
ALTHOUGH it will be a
minority partner in BTC, the
government plans to secure
itself veto powers in the sales
agreement with Cable and
Wireless Communication
(CWC).
The "extremely important
protections" built into the
agreement will allow the gov-
ernment to block "certain
actions" undertaken by CWC
that do not meet its approval.
SEE page 11


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BTC MONOPOLY
WAS MAINTAINED
TO 'MAXIMISE JOBS'
IN PUBLIC SECTOR
By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net
THE monopoly held by
the Bahamas Telecommu-
nications Company was
maintained for so many
years to "maximise jobs" in
the public sector and to pro-
tect the government's invest-
ment, Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham said.
The old BTC would not
survive in the "aggressive
marketing environment" of
a liberalised market,
because it does not have the
necessary strengths in
"mobile service," said Mr-
Ingraham as he tabled doc-
uments related to the sale
of BTC to Cable and Wire-
less 'Communications
(CWC).
He said concerns about
BTC's ability to compete
fueled the government's
decision in the past to main-
tain the monopoly and pro-
tect its own investment.
"CWC is a global tele-
coms operator. It, Ihas
economies of scale and. the
strength to support BTC in
an aggressive competitive
environment. We therefore
see it as a partner financial-
ly and operationally very
strong, that can bring signif-
icant value to BTC," said
Mr Ingraham.
The competitiveness of
BTC depends on "a sus-
tained and significant ongo-
ing capital expenditure pro-
gramme," he said.-
Given the global purchas-
ing power of CWC, Mr
Ingraham said the country
could expect the company
to be "far more effective
and efficient."
"CWC plans include
healthy ongoing levels of
investment," the prime min-
ister said.


Roaming rates 'expected to fall'


HMA
MINISTER OF TOURISM
and Aviation Vincent
Vanderpool-Wallace


By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net
ROAMING rates are
expected to fall once the gov-
ernment completes the sale
of. BTC to Cable and Wire-
less Communications, accord-
ing to a CWC business plan
tabled in Parliament yester-
day.
Although revenue losses
are expected due to these rate
reductions, CWC plans to sig-
nificantly capitalise on oppor-
tunities presented by the five
million annual visitors.
"Roaming data usage per
visitor is likely to grow by 130-
150 per cent Withinthe next
five years," said the CWC


business plan.
During his presentation
the House of Assembly y
terday, Prime Minis
Hubert Ingraham highlig
ed the delivery of "bet
roaming and easier conn
tions for all overseas travel
using BTC services."*
"Cable and Wireless t
significantly more roam
agreements than BTC, wh
will enable Bahamians
roam in more countries a
with more providers acr
the world, and enable m
visitors to roam locally in
Bahamas, thereby increase
BTC's income from roam
activity. Given the large
growing tourism' business
the Bahamas, it makes se


'We'll turn country into small Egypt'
FROM page one ernment of "secretly" negotiating the
deal because' the document was not
released immediately.
"Throughout the ensuing days and Umbrella trade unions, the National
weeks to come until the debate begins, Congress of Trade Unions of the
we will continue to agitate." Bahamas (NCTUB) and the Trade
BTC union leaders were expressing Union Congress (TUC), also backed
their dissatisfaction after learning that BTC's unions.
the government had moved forward BTC union members were called to
with the sale in a letter from Prime Min- Rawson Square during their lunch hour
sister Hubert Ingraham. to continue showing disapproval for the
The letter read: "A Memorandum of majority sale as the government tabled
Understanding, a contract, and other ,the MOU and other sale documents.
documents relating to the sale of 51 per Members from the other supporting
cent of BTC to Cable arid Wireless have unions were not asked to attend as union
now been finalised and will be signed leaders advised they did not need their
and laid on the table' of the House of. presence at this time.
Assembly today." An estimated 50 BTC union mem-(
In .the letter, Mr Ingraham advised bers were said to have attended at the
union leaders they would have an oppor- demonstration's peak.
tunityl; o meet with him prior to the Speaking to the press yesterday, Mr
debate in the House of Assembly to dis- Evans said: "When you elect people to
cuss the documents tabled. do your.will, and they decided that they
.Mr Evans said: "I want to apologise know more than you know, and when
right now publicly to all of our valued the majority of people come and say in
customers. Be patient with us, but need- such a resounding way that they don't
less 'to say that services will be affected support this, and you still want to force
somewhat. Be patient with us, we are something like this down their throats,
fighting for a cause we believe, we know,, it's telling me that we are bordering onwa
is bigger than BTC's members and practice. There is something fundamen-
employees. We are:fighting for the tally wrong when you can say the gov-
future of our children." ernment is allowed to do and to deal
The MOU was signed with CWC in with a matter of such national impor-
]December, causing uproar from the tance-as the sale of BTC."
,nions representing BTC workers, and Mr Evans added: "Days arid night
the Opposition who accused the Gov- strike definitely. It is coming."


once BTC sale complete
that BTC should improve its mobile services."
n in ability to capture this source The expansion of GSM
yes- of revenue. The cost of roam- postpaid and prepaid roam-
ter ing will also go down because ing services and 3G roaming
;ht- of CWC," said Mr Ingraham. will be a strategic priority for
ter The potential to grow rev- CWC, according to the busi-
iec- enues in this area is "substan- ness plan.
lers tial," said Minister of Tourism "Roaming is a critical offer-
and Aviation Vincent Van- ing for both residents and
has derpool-Wallace, echoing the tourists to the Bahamas,
ing prime minister. improved service offering will
iich Mr Vanderpool-Wallace help maintain and grow our
to said limited access to roam- market position," stated the
and ing services was a "real prob- plan.
oss lem" and the opportunity in The company plans tc
ore the Bahamas is unlike any- negotiate commercial
the where else, considering the arrangements and benefit
sing over five million visitors, from existing arrangements in
ling He said a visiting group the United Kingdom, the
and recently participated in a United States, Canada, the
s of courtesy call and "complained Caribbean, Haiti, Panama,
nse, about the inability to use Mexico and Honduras.


POLICE speak to BCPOU president Bernard Evans in front of the House of Assembly yesterday.
Felipe Major/Tribune staff
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NO HIRING OR
FIRING OF STAFF
EARNING MORE
THAN $50,000 UNTIL
SALE COMPLETE


By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
aturnquest@tribunemedia.net
MANAGEMENT at the
Bahamas Telecommunica-
tions Company cannot hire or
fire employees earning more
than $50,000 per year until
the sale of majority stake to
Cable and Wireless Commu-
nications is completed.
Pre-completion undertak-
ings set out in the Share Pur-
chase Agreement, and tabled
in the House of Assembly
yesterday, itemised numerous
. clauses governing the opera-
tional management of BTC.
The agreement; which was
signed by the government
and CWC executives yester-
day, prohibits BTC from
making "any material change
in the nature oroorganisation
of its business" outside of
changes affected by the vol-
untary workforce restructur-
ing plan.
Clauses discussed the
granting, allotment, or
issuance.of shares; share capi-
tal; acquisition of shares; the
borrowing and granting of
loans; the disposal of assets;
amendments to terms of
employment; to the pension
scheme; agreements with the
government; contracts for
goods and services provided
by the company or provided
to the company.


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Bishop calls for change in national work ethic


By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net
RELIGIOUS leader Bish-
op Simeon Hall said he hopes
the creation of thousands of
new jobs through the Baha
Mar project will prompt the
Bahamian workforce to shed
its bad work habits.
On the heels of Prime Min-
ister Hubert Ingraham's
announcement that the Baha
Mar construction phase will
create as many as 4,500 jobs
for Bahamian labourers, Bish-
op Hall urged workers to
show up to work with a posi-
tive attitude and a commit-
ment to perform well.
In addition to the construc-
tion jobs, there will be about
7,000 new jobs available for
Bahamians once construction
is complete on the $2.6 billion
mega-resort in Cable Beach.
"The many opportunities
for employment which the
Baha Mar project will create
for thousands of Bahamian
workers must be met with a
new and different attitude
towards work and rendering
service on the part of employ-
ees," said Bishop Hall in a
statement yesterday.
"We commend the govern-
ment for doing what any good
government should do cre-
ate jobs for its citizens.
"Many Bahamians seem
mired in a culture that they
are 'owed something' and that
they are 'doing the boss a
favour'. That attitude must
change.
"This project will change
the landscape of the industrial

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CHANGING HABITS: Bishop Simeon Hall said he hopes the creation of thousands of new jobs through the
Baha Mar project will prompt the Bahamian workforce to shed its bad work habits.



Govt to pay Baha Mar


for oil spill clean-up


"There must be a
shift in the national
culture of apathy,
carelessness and
bad work habits on
the part of many
Bahamian workers."

Bishop Simeon Hall

life of the Bahamas and'those
persons who will bd directly-
affected by it must respond
with good and exemplary
work habits.
"There must be a shift in
the. national culture of apathy,
carelessness and bad work
habits on the part of many
Bahamian workers."
This is the second time this
year the bishop has called for
a transformation of the


national work ethic. Last
month he and four other cler-
gymen called on unions
opposing the sale of state-run
BTC to regional telecommu-
nications provider Cable &
Wireless to encourage civil
servants to improve their per-
formance.
"While the vast majority of
the country's workers give a
fair day's work for a fair day's
pay, too many of the nation's
employees seem mired in a
culture of 'bad attitude,"'" Mr
Hall said at the time.
"We ought to commend
, persons in public places when
they do well. Likewise, we
ought to complain ardently
when we receive poor service
or a 'Why are you bothering
me' attitude from persons
whose salary you pay. A radi-
cal shift in the way we serve
the public is needed and
unions should lead the way."


By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter.
cnixon@tribunemedia.net
THE government will pay
half a million dollars to Baha
Mar for the cleanup of an oil
spill discovered, nine years' ago
in the Cable Beach area.
Under the Heads of Agree-
ment (HOA) for the devel-
opment, Baha Mar will
become responsible for con-
tinuing and completing the
clean-up. Once the job is fin-
ished, the government will
pay $500,000 of the compa-
ny's costs.
According to Dwayne Cur-
tis, assistant director of the
Environmental Monitoring
and Risk Assessment Divi-
sion (EMRAD) of the
Department of Environmen-
tal Services, a significant accu-


mulation of oil was first dis-
covered in 2002 by a resident
of Ruby Avenue during
installation of a septic tank.
"The source was a leaking
underground transition line
from a laundry facility at the
Radission Hotel which ovei
time has accumulated many
thousands of gallons of oil,"
said Mr Curtis.
At the time of the discov-
ery, the property was owned
by the Hotel Corporation of
the Bahamas.
Ground Water and Envi-
ronmental Services, an Amer-
ican company, was selected
to initiate a three phase clean-
up plan. The first stage was
completed in 2007, Mr Cur-
tis said, adding that the pro-
ject was "aborted" because of
the shift in ownership.
According to the HOA,
upon purchasing the property,


Baha Mar became responsi-
ble for submitting a revised
clean-up plan and completing
the clean-up process.
"The government is work-
ing together with Baha Mar
to ensure that-the-&oilspill is"---
remo\ ed and the site is left ifi'
acceptable conditions as
agreed upon," said Mr Cur-
tis.
While he could not estimate
a completion date for the pro-
ject as the revised plan from
Baha Mar has yet to be deliv-
ered and still needs approval
from the government, Mr
Curtis said the contaminated
area has been "isolated" and
will not impede the start of
construction on the develop-
ment.
He said: "We want to
ensure that the project can
advance in an environmen-
tally sustainable fashion."


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V :aezuela chases ex-geneas in 8 violence


Venezuela charges ex-generals in 1989 violence


CARACAS, Venezuela
Associated Press
VENEZUELAN prosecutors have brought
criminal charges against two retired generals
for their roles in violence during unrest in
1989, the attorney general said Tuesday.
The 1989 riots in Caracas, known as the
"Caracazo," were triggered by a hike in gaso-
line prices and public transportation fares. The
government said at least 300 people died, but
some rights activists say hundreds more were
killed many of them shot by security forces
struggling to re-establish order.


The retired generals Freddy Maya Cardona
of the National Guard and Luis Fuentes Serra
of the Caracas police were charged for their
roles in some of the deaths, Attorney Gener-
al Luis Ortega Diaz told reporters.
Maya was charged with being an accom-
plice in the killings of 10 people, while Fuentes
was charged with being an accomplice in the
killings of 21 people, the attorney general's
office said in a statement.
Their cases bring to five the number of
former officials facing charges for security
forces' response to the unrest. None has been
arrested.


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Union leader promises a 'small Egypt'


YESTERDAY the Government laid on
the table of the House the much anticipated
agreement to sell 51 per cent of Bahamas
Telecommunications Company to Cable and
Wireless Communications. The transaction
is still subject to parliamentary and regula-
tory approvals.
Opposition leader Perry Christie quickly
announced that his party will not support
the sale. He said the Opposition was par-
ticularly "grieved that even though the deci-
sion was made to sell, the decision was made
to sell 51 per cent." To him that was "an
error of judgment on the part of this gov-
ernment and certainly does not serve the
best interests of the people of.the Bahamas."
We know that Mr Christie, a lawyer,
probably does not have much practical expe-
rience in the business world, but when a
purchaser is so hobbled in a sale as is
Cable & Wireless the vendor has to relin-
quish something to keep him interested in
the purchase. An early snag in the negotia-
tions was C&W's need to slash 30 per cent of
BTC's 1,150 work force to put the company
in a position to compete in an open market.
Obviously, Mr Ingraham, fighting desper-
ately to save BTC jobs and making it clear
that his government would not tolerate any
forced redundancies, had to somehow
"sweeten the pie" to keep C&W at the nego-
tiating. table. Many benefits, such. as very
generous pensions among other perks, had
to be protected for current staff.
We presume 51 per cent and the three
year period of exclusivity fdr its cellular ser-
vice had to be the bait to clinch the deal.
And yet BTC employees are screaming
,that government is not thinking of the
Bahamian people. Maybe they have a point
there. An argument can be made that in his
effort to protect BTC staff, he did indeed
defer many of the benefits that the Bahami-
an people want now for another three years.
This is to protect BTC staff and give them
time to decide their future.
If this had been an ordinary sale or
even if BTC workers had become the own-
ers of the company reality would have
set in very quickly. They would have become
business men and women overnight, and
about 300 staff would have had to have been
made redundant immediately for the over-
burdened company to survive.
We presume that 51 per cent was the


price that government had to pay to pro-
tect the jobs of many ungrateful staff.
Denise Wilson, BCPOU secretary gen-
eral, declared that even though some
Bahamians might not understand why unions
are continuing to fight the sale, "it comes
down to our rights." We understand only
too well why they are fighting, they are not
thinking of the country, or the Bahamians
who pay their salaries, their focus is'solely on
themselves.
As for BCPOU president Bernard Evans,
despite wanting us to believe that unionists
are fighting the sale for the sake of future
generations, he has vowed to turn thigh coun-
try into a "small Egypt." Those of us who
have watched television these past two
weeks know exactly what that means -
destruction. And after he has destroyed the
nation, what does he plan to salvage from the
ruins to pass on to his children?
He talks about' showing the strength of
the people.
Mr Evans is fooling himself if he thinks his
minority, now trying-to hold the govern-
ment hostage, represents the will of the
majority of Bahamians.
"I want to apologise right now publicly to
all of our valued customers," said Mr Evans.
"Be patient with us, but needless to say that
services will be affected somewhat. Be
patient with us, we are fighting for a cause
we believe, we know, is. bigger than BTC's
members and employees. We are fighting
for the future of our children."
Mr Evans forgets that Bahamians have
been patient will their performance for too
long now. The patience of most of us has
run out.
Either the Bahamas is going to forge
ahead for the sake of our children, or it is
going to be held back in the cesspool of inef-
ficiency.
After Mr Evans has turned us into anoth-
er Egypt and jeopardised the jobs of all
Bahamians, there won't be much left for
another generation.
Nor have we any patience with an unrea-
sonable people who reject an invitation to at
least sit down and have a discussion with
the 'Prime Minister.
What should be remembered is that
Prime Minister Ingraham is the elected rep-
resentative of the Bahamian people, not Mr
Evans or union leaders.


McCartney


EDITOR, The Tribune.
Has Branville McCartney
lost his mind?
.I was completely taken
aback by the nerve of this
political neophyte to fix his
mouth and say that Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham is
not compassionate. Mr
McCartney's desperation is
showing. It's my opinion he
simply has sour grapes
because Mr Ingraham refuses
to name him as his successor.
I have a bit of advice for him:
wait your turn. There are oth-
ers who were there before
you.
I heard Mr McCartney say
on another radio station that
he is still an FNM member. I
find that hard to believe con-
sidering his recent statements.
He may be an FNM on paper,
but in his heart, only God
knows what he is.
I am a swing voter. I have
voted for both the FNM and
the PLP over the years. I am
one of the few people in this
country who choose to vote
for candidate rather than the
party. Mr.Ingraham certainly
has his ways and I often dis-
agree with him, but to say he


is not compassionate is ridicu-
lous. My family and other
Bahamian families have ben-
efited greatly from his love
for his country and his peo-
ple. Immediately after the
recession, Mr Ingraham put
social programmes in place to
assist struggling families. I
have relatives whose lights
were cut off and were recon-
nected thanks to Mr Ingra-
ham. I have friends who did-
n't have any food in their
homes and they were able to
get help. My mother was in
danger of losing her home
because she was having trou-
ble meeting her mortgage and
Mr Ingraham's policies
helped her.
Mr Ingraham has a stern
demeanour that can be mis-
construed as someone who is
heartless, but I honestly
believe he is far from that. I
see a leader who cares about
his people. As a matter of
fact, he's helped non-Bahami-


EDITOR, The Tribune.
I was very sad to hear of the death of my
old friend, Paul Bower, who was a close
associate and staunch ally during both of
my forays into Bahamas journalism (1966-9
and 1999-2009). I had great respect for him,
both as a person and professional journalist,
and find it hard to accept that I shall never
again be able to enjoy his wise counsel and
impish humour ,
I first met Paul when I joined The Nassau
Guardian as a political reporter in.1966. He
and I were among journalists who covered
an Apollo space landing in Bahamian waters
circa 1968.
He was by then running his own newspa-
per, The Star, having spent several years as
Guardian editor in the early 1960s.
Later, after I had joined The Tribune,
we were both very much involved in the
remarkable case of David Knox, the
Bahamas Information Director who was
tried for espionage in Haiti and sentenced to
death in the late summer of 1968. Fortu-
nately, Knox a good friend of Paul's was
reprieved in a rare moment of compassion
by Frangois 'Papa Doc' Duvalier, the Hait-
ian tyrant noted more for summary execu-
tions than humanitarian gestures, and was
freed from prison after only a few months.
When I returned to The Bahamas after 30
years away, we resumed our friendship and


gain!

ans. Following that deadly
earthquake in Haiti he assist-
ed Haitians, despite the huge
public opposition. If that isn't
compassion I don't know
what is.
Mr McCartney, what have
you done besides quit mid-
term as a Cabinet minister
and bad-mouth your leader?
Sure, you went to the city
dump to feed the scavengers.
You also made sure to call
the press to show them that
you were helping the "poor
man." Those are not the qual-
ities I want in a prime minis-
ter.
Mr McCartney, you will
never be Hubert Alexander
Ingraham, so please get over
it. Spank your inner moppet
and know your place. Don't
take cheap political shots at
the man who gave you an
opportunity. It shows that you
are ungrateful. Voters don't
like a cry baby and an ingrate.
I will not buy another news-
paper that features this young
man as the lead story. He's
not worth my $0.75.
MAVERICK LORD
Nassau,
February 2, 2011.


my wife and I enjoyed many happy times
with Paul and his wife Ericka, who always
made us so welcome at their lovely Cable
Beach home. Paul was kind enough to make
a speech at the launch of my book about
Sir Harry Oakes in 2005 and figured promi-
nently in my book about Papa Doc, pub-
lished in 2007.
As a journalist, editor and publisher, Paul
made his mark on the Bahamian media
scene for nearly half a century and was writ-
ing lucid, informed articles for The Tribune
right up until 2007 or thereabouts, long after
his "official" retirement. He was particular-
ly interested in free trade and other inter-
national issues, displaying great intelligence
and insight when tackling even the most
complex of topics.
As a friend, he was supportive and loyal,
undoubtedly one of my favourite Nassau
people. He was a kindly, quietly-spoken
man whose mischievous sense of fun lit up
many a day for me. My wife Joan and I are
thinking of Ericka, Nigel, Bobby and the
whole family as they try to come to terms
with their loss.
JOHN MARQUIS
(Managing Editor of The Tribune
from 1999-2009)
Cornwall,
England,
February 8, 2011.


NOTICE is hereby given that ERMIDE PASCAL, of
Francis Ave., Fox Hill, FH-14040, 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 2nd day of
February, 2011 to the Minister responsible for nationality
'and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE is hereby given that ROSENA VALCIN, of
Lifebouy St.,off East Street, Nassau, Bahamas, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 2nd day of
February, 2011 to the Minister responsible for nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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EDITOR, The Tribune.
I am writing in reference
to the photo of the starving
horse on Harbour Island
shown in The Tribune on
February 2nd.
Surely this is no surprise


to the powers that be after
all literally thousands of
complaints have been made
to the Ministry of Tourism
about the horse situation
there.
When the Miss Universe
people were in town, they
even carried them to Har-
bour Island to have the girls
photographed with them.
Luckily the shots were run
so quickly that the interna-
tional public were unable to
see the state they were in.
A few years ago, they fea-
tured one of them in Vanity
Fair photographed with
some celebrity who was liv-
ing there at the time.
Dozens of complaints
about the animal's condition
were made but all fell on
deaf ears.
When the government vet
cannot tell the difference
between a fat horse and a
thin one (check out some of
the surrey horses), what can
we expect?
It must be obvious by now
that the condition of ani-
mals, especially horses, is of
no great concern either to
the government agencies or
the general public. So I
guess the message is "Get
over it, folks, it's just not
that important."

S F SMITH
Nassau,
February, 2010.


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By DENISE MAYCOCK
- Tribune Freeport Reporter.
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net .
y FREEPORT The passing
- of retired Anglican Bishop the
i Right Reverend Michael Eldon
was described as "a tremendous
; loss" to the country and to the
Anglican Diocese in the
j; Bahamas and Turks and Caicos.
Bishop Eldon died on Feb-
ruary 7.'He was 79.
- The Anglican clergyman was
well known and well loved in
Grand Bahama, where he
served as rector for nine years at
I the Parish of St Mary Magda-
lene in West End, with respon-
' sibility for the entire island with
exception of Christ the King
f Church in Freeport.
, A mass of thanksgiving in
f memory of Bishop Eldon will
1J be held at St Mary Magdalene
1' on Wednesday at 7pm.
Parishioner Cecil Thompson
said Anglicans in Grand
Bahama respected and revered.
Bishop Eldon, who demitted
office at the height of his infla-
ence after 25 years.
"He was the first Bahamian
Bishop of the diocese and he
voluntarily demitted office in
1996," Mr Thompson recdled.


"Many persons admired him
and in leaving he set an excel-
Jent example not only for the
'clergy and ministers of the
gospel, but for all of us in all
occupations and walks of life,"
Mr Thompson added.
"When it is time to get off
centre stage, most of us remain
centre stage until people are
tired of us and chase us off the
stage, but Bishop Eldon moved
off the stage when the applause.
was the loudest."
Mr Thompson said Bishop
Eldon brought Family Island
churches to the centre of the


diocese, and held a special place
in his heart for. the parishes in
:Mangrove Cay, Andros and
Sweeting's Cay, Grand
Bahama.
"He made every Anglican,
but especially those of us from
the Family Islands, feelthat you-
were an integral part of the dio-
cese," he said.
Education was also impor-
tant to Bish6p Eldon. As a trib-
ute to him, two Anglican
schools in Grand Bahama -
Freeport Anglican High and
Discovery Primary were
renamed in his honour.
"His focus on education was
enormous," Mr Thompson said.
"He would always petition cen-,
tral government for proper
staffing of teachers and improve-
ments.for schools, as. well as
docks, roads, and telephones in
East End."
"The Tribune would have car-
'ried Bishop Eldon's charge for
25.years. and there was always a
message for the successive gov-
ernments under prime ministers
Sir Lynden Pindling, Hubert
Ingraham, and Perry Christie.
until 2005 when he tell ill," he
said. Mr Thompson described
Bishop Eldon as man of tremen-
dous nobility and humility.


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latest traffic fatality victim


FATALITY: Silver coloured Honda that struck and killed 53-
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; By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freelort Reporter
,: dmaycock@tribinemedia.net
FREEPOFT Four per-
-- sons, including two minors,.
w were arragned in .the
1; Freeport Migistrate's Court
in connection with a spate of
I housebrealing and stealing
incidents oi Grand Bahama.
Four otters, including three.
men and ane woman, were
q also arraigned on related
charges drieceiving, deceit of
a public officer, obstruction
and assaulting a police offi-
cer.
Braidon Johnson and
DevinStuart, both 18, of Car-
avel Beach; and two juveniles,
ages i5 and 17, appeared in
Couit Two before Magistrate
Andrew Forbes.
It is alleged that the
accused committed various
housebreaking and stealing
offences in the Central and
Eastern Divisions between
November 2010 and Febru-
ary 2011.
Stuart pleaded not guilty to
L one count of housebreaking
and stealing. He was granted
a $1;500 bail and the matter was
rn adjourned for trial on May 16.
r' Johnson pleaded guilty to
six counts of housebreaking
and stealing. He was remand-
' ed to Her Majesty's Prison
-" until March 16, 2011 for the
. court's decision.
.1 The two juveniles were
ro remanded to the Simpson
, Penn School for Boys until
a March 8, when they will go
before the Juvenile Panel.
Benjamin Lefleur, 29, of
Arden Forest; Jules Memeus,
29, of Freeport; and Galen
Godet, 29, of Carvel Beach,
were all charged with receiv-
ing stolen items
Renee Harvey, 41, of Car-
avel Beach, was charged with
* deceit of a public officer,
obstruction, and assaulting a
police officer. *
The individuals appeared
in Court One before Magis-
trate Debbie Ferguson.
Memeus, a Jamaican,
pleaded not guilty to receiving
and was granted $400 cas]
bail.
Godet and Lefleur pleal-
ed not guilty to receiving.
They were each grand
$1,500 bail with sureties.'
Harvey pleaded-not guilty
to three charges. Shqwas
granted $1,500 bail. /
The matters wele all
adjourned to May 16, fr trial.
/


Police identify


charred body'


THE charred Temains *
found on a track road this
weekend have been identi-.
fied as those of 22-year-old
Dudley Nixon of Palm,
Beach Street.
An anonymous caller
raised the alarm after he dis-
covered what appeared to -
be "smouldering human
remains" on a track road off
Gladstone Road late Satur-
day afternoon.



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Police said that Nixon was
found lying face :down- in a
cluster of pine trees near the
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A 53-year-old man was
struck by a car and killed
on the Tonique Williams-
Darling highway on Mon-
day night.
Terrance Victor Miller
of Brackenbury Drive,
Blue Hill Estates,has been
identified as the country's
latest traffic fatality victim.
Mr Miller was reported-
ly walking in the area of
the AF Adderley Junior
High School near the
Tonique Williams Darling
Highway at around 11
o'clock Monday night
when he was struck by a
silver coloured 1997 Hon-
da Civic travelling west on
the highway.
According to initial
reports, the driver of the
car left the scene, but
returned a short time later
to assist police with their
investigations.


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PAGEE6,FWENESDAYCFBRUARYN9 2011E TESTRIBUN


'THERE'S NO STOPPING

THE SALE OF BTC'

FROM page one

Bahamas is fully satisfied this is the best
transaction for the Bahamas. We will
not be derailed by any minority group
in the society."
Signing the deal on behalf of the gov-
ernment yesterday was the Treasurer,
Eugene Cartwright.
Thanking the Advisory and. Privati-
sation Committees for their hard work
on bringing this deal to fruition, Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham said his par-
ty is not one of monopolists, and was
happy to finally bring to an end this
privatization exercise of BTC which
began in 1992.
"We are satisfied that we have found
.the right partner for the Bahamas; that
telecommunications and communica-
tions generally will be improved, that
cost will be lowered, and that we will be
on the cutting edge of technology," Mr
Ingraham said.
The Prime Minister noted that they
would lay copies of the Memorandum
of Understanding with Cable and Wire-
less on the table of the House of
Assembly yesterday and post copies on
the worldwide web. The government,
he added, will also wait for URCA, the
communications regulatory body, to
undertake its processes on the MOU
which he said should take no longer
than 30 days. This action, Mr Ingraham
said, will commence before debate on
BTC's sale will take place in the House
of Assembly.
"After that, the government will
move in Parliament, the Privatisation
Bill, the Amendment to the Communi-
cations Act and the minor amendments
to the Utilities Regulation Act. We
expect that the transaction will be
finalised on April 4th of this year.
"While we have in the documents
some earlier dates as possible dates, we
have determined that we are going to
give maximum opportunity for people
to say whatever is laid on their hearts to
say, whatever suggestions they have.
"From the government's point of
view we are absolutely satisfied we are
doing what is best for the Bahamas and
for the Bahamian people," Mr Ingra-
ham said.
Cable and Wireless CEO David
Shaw thanked the Prime Minister for
his trust in the signing of this contract,
and noted that Cable and Wireless will
work hard to understand the culture
and needs of the people of the Bahamas
from a telecommunications aspect.
"So alongside running BTC in a way
that puts the business at the heart of
the community, we also need to put the
customer at the heart of BTC, and that
will mean change. We have to complete
the network upgrade so that you can
deliver new services, particularly in this
world of data that we are now in. We
have to introduce new innovation and
new products, whether that is TV,
music, or mobile, commerce, or faster
broadband, we have to deliver what
our consumers and businesses want.
"We have to lower prices, whether
that is domestic or roaming, and we
have to improve service so that cus-
tomers can access BTC in many more
ways than they can today and provide
them better services to the business
community as well as social telecoms
with the government will be an impor-
tant part of the mix. The world of tele-
coms is changing and we need to ensure
that BTC is at the forefront of that
change.
"Now I know that some people may
be nervous about a new owner at BTC,
and at Cable and Wireless we know
that it is our job that in the long run we
both want the same thing a healthy
competitive enterprise focused on pro-
viding the best service to the Bahamian
people and fulfilling careers for our
Bahamian colleagues," he said.
Mr Shaw said it was a privilege and
an honour to sign off on the deal and he
thanked the Prime Minister for giving
them this opportunity, vowing they will
not let him down.


BTC's rates 'will be




significantly reduced'


CABLE and Wireless will
reduce BTC's present rates sig-
nificantly within the next three
years, starting with the first year of
operations in the Bahamas, Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham told
the House yesterday while deliv-
ering a communication on the
signing of the sales agreement
with CWC.
The prime minister said the
new deal with CWC is not just
about price reductions for the
Bahamian people but also "value
for money".
"We expect consumers and
businesses in the Bahamas to be
pleased with a new array of prod-
ucts and services that CWC will
introduce; that is to say, more ser-
vices for less cost," he said.
The prime minister said that
his administration expects
improved service, better quality
of signals, better coverage and a
reduction in dropped calls.
CWC plans to extend BTC's
presence in the Bahamas and
build more locations across the
country, including a number of
flagship stores.
The company also plans to sig-
nificantly increase the number of
'top-up' locations, making its ser-
vices more visible and accessible.
Mr Ingraham pointed out that
the Bahamas still operates on the


PRIME MINISTER Hubert Ingraham speaks yesterday as Cable and Wireless CEO David Shaw looks on.


EDGE system, which while faster
than ordinary GSM/GPRS con-
nections is considerably slower,
particularly for data, than 3G or
4G.
In the past five years, CWC has
launched 3G mobile networks in


Jamaica, Panama, Macau, the Mal-
dives, Monaco, and Guernsey and
Jersey (in the Channel Islands),
with an investment representing
many millions of dollars in order
to allow those companies to retain
their competitive advantage.


THE HISTORY OF PRIVATIZATION


1997 2010
In 1997, during the FNM government's second
consecutive term in office and just prior to the
* general election of that year, Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham made public his government's
intent to privatise the then Bahamas Telecom-
munications Corporation. After winning the 1997
general election, the FNM set about to privatise'
BaTelCo.,
In 1998, the FNM appointed a privatization
committee. The committee was assisted in its work
by Deutche Bank, Ernst & Young and Hogan &
Hartson law firm of Washington, DC.
The committee offered for sale 49 per cent of
the shares of BTC to a strategic partner with man-
agement control. The government's attempt to
privatise the corporation did not succeed, largely
because accountants could not render an opinion
on the state of its accounts particularly its "fixed
assets", "capital works in progress" and "accrued
liabilities."
In 2002 the PLP government sought to con-
tinue the privatization of BTC, beginning with the
vesting orders tabled in parliament in July 2002.
They launched a sale of 49 per cent of BTC by
public announcement in October of 2002. In Feb-
ruary they appointed what was styled a "Tenders
Commission", with technical support provided by
Deutsche Bank and Denton Wilde Sapte of UK
and Hogan & Hartson, the same advisors to the
FNM government during the first attempt at pri-
vatising BTC.
In March, 2003 the PLP government
announced that three bidders were short-listed,
namely: BahamaTel, TWTB and Blue Detecon.
Eventually BahamaTel was announced as the
preferred bidder but negotiations with that group
were unsuccessful.
In March of 2005, following upon a number of
internal reorganising exercises at the company in
an effort to pursue privatization, a new steering
committee began negotiations with a company by
the name of Bluewater.
The company submitted its first offer of between
$200 million and $225 million for a 49 per cent
stake in BTC with full management control in
May 2005.
The deal was not completed before the 2007
general election.


Following the election, it fell once again to an
FNM administration to continue what began 10
years before. The party's election manifesto said:
"We will complete the privatization of BTC."
In March, 2008, the FNM government appoint-
ed a working privatization committee headed by T
Baswell Donaldson.
The committee members also included: Julian
Francis, a former Central Bank governor and well
regarded senior banker and businessman in the pri-
vate sector; David Davis, Permanent Secretary in
the Office of the Prime Minister; Simon Wilson,
director of economics in the Ministry of Finance;
Tellis Symonette, Sr VP for the Family Islands
and administration at BTC; Michael Moss, chair-
man of the Broadcasting Corporation of the
Bahamas and the BEC, Felicity Johnson, vice-
president/legal counsel for BTC; and Felix Stubbs
of IBM.


The company plans to launch
3G14G and other technology in
the Bahamas in the very near
future, providing simultaneous
voice aid higher speed data
services to your mobile hand-
sets.


This committee appointed professional advi-
sors: the accounting and auditing firm KPMG,
Citibank NA; and the Londcn-based legal firm
Charles Russell LLP, long-tine legal advisors to
the government.
In 2009, a new Communicaions Act, creating
a new regulator, URCA, and revised telecom-
munications policy, were all debited and approved
by parliament.
"The reforms created by thit Act ensured a
converged regulatory framework, which is now
overseen by a converged regulatory and competi-
tion authority.
"They also cleared the way to advance more
fully the full liberalisation of the tiecommunica-
tions sector and the privatization of ITC," accord-
ing to documents tabled yesterday Iv Prime Min-
ister Ingraham.
On August 14, 2009, the commifee received
pre-qualification documentation fron: Digicel;
Vodafone/One Equity Partners III Lihited Part-
nership, with the capital coming primarily from
One Equity, a global and sizeable private equity
firm connected with JP Morgan; Atlaitic Tele-
Networks (ATN)/Colina Financial Adviors; Tril-
ogy International Partners/Providence Eqiity Part-
ners; CPS Partners/Sun Capital Partners Allied
Mobile; AT&T; Verizon; Rogers Comnunica-
tions; and America Movil.
Digicel, Vodafone/One Equity, Trilogy and
ATN/CFAL were invited to undertake detailed
due diligence.
By December 2009, two of the bidders had
pulled out Digicel and Trilogy and the cm-
mittee was left with Vodafone/One Equity and
ATN/CFAL. After a review and consultation vith
the government, the bids were all rejected. Caile
& Wireless (CWC) then approached the priviti-
sation committee about the possibility of formal-
ly entering the process.
On March 15, 2010, the committee agreed to
allow CWC to commence preliminary due dili-
gence. They signed the appropriate procedural
documentation, paid the entry fee, and provided all
the requested information.

In the week commencing April 11, 2010,
CWC commenced their due diligence. In that
week they also took part in an introductory meet-
ing with the union leaders'of BTC.


MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING DETAILS


GOVERNMENT signed a non-
binding Memorandum of Under-
standing with Cable and Wireless
on December 2,2010. Some of the
details of the MOU are as follows:

The sale of 51 per cent of the
issued shares of BTC to Cable and
Wireless.

A purchase price of $210 mil-
lion payable in full on completion
of the transaction. Cable and Wire-
less also will be responsible for
paying the stamp duties up to a
maximum of $7 million payable in
connection with the transaction.

BTC, at the date of sale, will
have a projected net cash value of
$15 million. Net cash includes cash
less financial debt. If there is more
than $15 million net cash in BTC's
balance sheet at completion, CWC


will receive the excess cash. This
excludes certain funds that are
kept in a trust, as BTC is partially
self-insured against catastrophic
events.

The* $210 million purchase
price is based on certain assump-
tions as.to the implementation cost
of the workforce restructuring.

Restructuring of BTC's work-
force will be undertaken as soon as
practicable following completion
of the deal, on a purely voluntary
basis. The voluntary workforce
restructuring will be concluded by
the first anniversary of the deal.

Cable and Wireless has under-
taken to prepare a business plan in
relation to the company to cover
the five year period following the
deal.


Government agreed to
amend the Communications Act
and the Sector Policy to the
effect that no external process,
to the extent controlled (directly
or indirectly) by the Govern-
ment, for granting a second cel-
lular licence could be launched
prior to the third anniversary of
Completion; and that any third
cellular licence would not be
issued prior to the fifth anniver-
sary of Completion.

The intent of the parties that
BTC becomes a major part of
CWC's overall regional opera-
tions and strategy, rather than an
appendage of CWC's existing
regional operations, that BTC
operates in a manner so as to
improve and expand upon the
existing communications services
in The Bahamas, that there is


substantial Bahamian participa-
tion in the management of BTC,
and that Cable & Wireless
affords Bahamians meaningful
opportunities to work within its
regional operations, are all pro-
vided for in the Memorandum.

The Board of BTC would ini-
tially comprise 7 directors 4
appointed by Cable & Wireless
and 3 by the Government. CWC
will have the right to appoint the
Chairman and the Government
will have the right to appoint the
Deputy Chairman.

As long as Government holds
more than 15 per cent of the
shares, it may appoint at least
one Director.

BTC will have an audit com-
mittee, and that the board of


. BTC will establish processes,
whether by nomination commit-
'ee or remuneration committee
ii respect of overseeing senior
executive remuneration and ben-
efits, and senior executive
recruitment.

The recruitment of BTC's
chi-f executive officer, chief
ope-ating officer and finance
director shall be undertaken by
Cablh & Wireless and approved
by tht board of BTC.

Akhough the day-to-day
administration, operation and
management of BTC will remain
substantially in The Bahamas,
certain aioects of the Company's
administration, operation and
manager nt will be provided
through tleir One Caribbean
operationalmodel.


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SALE, OFBTC TO ABLjEiAN WIRELE sAS


New pension plan




will be put in place




after sale of BTC


PRIME MINISTER Hubert Ingraham speaks in the House yesterday.


A NEW pension plan will be
put in place for persons entering
employment with BTC after the
sale of the company to Cable and
Wireless, Prime Minister Ingra-
ham announced yesterday.
Mr Ingraham made the
announcement in the House of
Assembly while tabling a num-
ber of documents relative to the
sale of BTC.
"A structure known as the
Legacy Contribution Arrange-
ment will be put in place. A sep-
arate Feeder Trust will be estab-
lished and the government will
put $39 million into the Feeder
Trust. The Pension Plan's docu-
ments will be changed as neces-
sary to facilitate the Legacy Con-
tribution Agreement," Prime
Minister Ingraham said.
"Immediately after the sale, the


actuary of the Pension Plan will
calculate the current level of
under-funding . and then the
feeder trust will pay whatever is
required to level up to balance,"
he said.

Funded

Mr Ingraham also noted that
as long as the feeder trust
remains in existence and is fund-
ed by the government, the gov-
ernment has veto rights in rela-
tion to a number of areas, includ-
ing the granting of salary increas-
es over three per cent, early
retirement consents, amending
,the terms of industrial agree-
ments,' the investment policy of
the pension plan, alterations to
the rules, the identity of the pen-


sion trustee and the substitution
of another employer in the place
of BTC.
"BTC may make any decision
in respect of salary increases over
three per cent, consent to early
retirements; or change the terms
of early retirement or redundan-
cies; without reference to gov-
ernment, provided that it agrees
to reimburse the Pension Plan in
respect of any costs arising from
those decisions," Mr Ingraham
said.
He also noted that both BTC
and the government may consid-
er exiting the arrangement on the
occurrence of "specific triggers"
and both will need to.give con-
sent to and agree to any exit
terms from the Legacy Contri-
bution arrangement.


Cable & Wireless business plan for BTC


The C&W business plan
for BTC promises to deliv-
er several elements as
rapidly as possible. It says:
The quality of its cus-
tomers and the potential
for the Bahamas will
enable BTC to leapfrog the
rest of the Caribbean in
terms of quality and range
of communications ser-
vices.
As in many other
jurisdictions recently, there
will be a significant increase
in the offering of smart-
phones (Blackberry,
Androids, and I-Phones) at
reasonable prices, along
with much faster mobile
data services to enable
delivery of music, mobile
banking and television to
handsets.
There will be a signif-
icant increase in the num-
ber of places to which the
public can go for telephone,
services and top-ups
throughout the Bahamas.
In verve short order,
new phone buyers across
the Bahamas will be able
to purchase their phones at
a retail location and walk
out with a connected
phone.
There Nwill be an elim-
ination of different prices
for different times of day
for cellular services.


There will be an elim-
ination of long distance
charges for mobile-to-
mobile connections within
the Bahamas.
There will be .better
roaming and easier con-
nections for all overseas
travellers using BTC ser-
vices.
There will be much
faster broadband services
offered by BTC, as well as,
Pay TV.
There will be more con-
nectivity and service
options for those in the
more remote family islands.
There will be more
efficient systems, process-
es, and training to allow for
faster and higher quality
customer service.
There will be signifi-
cant benefits to small,
medium and large busi-
nesses in terms of more
efficient and cheaper com-
munications, as well as a
variety of new managed
service products and the
availability of higher speed
data networks.
There will be an easier
to understand, consolidated
billing of services to all cus-
tomers.
All of the foregoing will
be delivered while achiev-
ing an up to 36 per cent
reduction in the cost per


I -." .'. L.


minute of both prepaid and
postpaid services over the
next three years, before cel-
lular competition begins.
In addition, the spend-
ing on community projects
will double on such activi-
ties as sports, after school
programmes, Junkanoo and
marching bands.
The Bahamas will
become a "Centre of excel-
lence" within the
Caribbean, providing ser-
vices to top corporate cus-
tomers throughout the
region.
There will be expand-
ed opportunities for
Bahamians to work else-
where in the region even
while ensuring that 99 per
cent of the BTC manage-
ment and staff are Bahami-
an citizens.
Cable and Wireless is
already recognized globally
as a world leader for the
provision of communica-
tions solutions to the finan-
cial services sector and
intends to expand that rep-
utation within the financial
services sector of the
Bahamas.
BTC will aggressively
expand its services and
increase its revenue stream
from the more than five
million visitors coming to
the Bahamas every year by
both providing them with
temporary services while in
the Bahamas and by
increasing tthe variety and
volume of business
between their systems and
BTC services.


SOME FACTS

ABOUT CABLE

AND WIRELESS
CWC is a global telecom-
munications company with
operations in Central Amer,
ica, Asia, Europe and Africa
as well as a number of island
nations, similar to the
Bahamas, around the world.
It has $3.6 billion in
-assets, $2.5 billion revenues, a
very low level of debt com-
pared to most of its peers,
and almost billionn in share-
holders' equity.
It operates in 38 coun-
tries (13 of which are in the
Caribbean).
It has 8.3 million mobile,
1.8 million fixed-line and
600,000 broadband cus-
tomers.
CWC is a 150-year-old
company.
Ten years ago, many of
its markets were monopolies,
particularly in the Caribbean.

While admitting that its
reputation has taken several
severe hits over the years, the
company claims that the
robust competition it faced
in many of those markets
over the last 10 years, has giv-
en it intimate experience of
liberalisation and taught it
lessons about providing bet-
ter service.


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LARGEST GAY CRUISE SHIP

BRINGS 6,000 TO NASSAU


NEARLY 6,000 passen-
gers on what has been her-
alded as the largest char-
tered gay cruise arrived in
port Monday.
To celebrate its 20th
anniversary providing all-
gay vacations, Atlantis
Events Inc chartered and
subsequently sold out the
Allure of the Seas, sister
ship of the Oasis of the Sea.
The massive ship, with
an estimated 5,800 occu-
pancy, docked at the Prince
George Wharf until shortly
after 3pm yesterday.
Atlantis Event's website
read: "We're planning the
biggest celebration in our
history to kick-off our 21st
year of creating original all-
gay vacations Allure of
the Seas completely rede-
fines the cruise experience
in every way. A feat of
architecture and imagina-
tion, Allure is designed
around 7 neighbourhood
concepts, each with a dis-
tinct personality and range
of sights and activities."
The cruise set off for St.
Maarten, after which it will
continue on to St. Thomas
before returning to Fort
Lauderdale..
Carla Stuart, director of
cruise development -at the
Ministry of Tourism,


explained that although the
government doesn't discern
the sexual preference of
chartered cruises, homo-
sexuals suffer little to no
discrimination while at
port.
Mrs Stuart said: "We
never notice that there is a
gay cruise in.town. We
don't see any difference in
the way they behave mov-
ing about the area."
Mrs Stuart advised that
officials on such cruises
usually provide briefings
for passengers on the desti-
nation's code of ,conduct.
"There's no discrimina-
tion and we're glad that
people working in the port
are appreciative of the busi-
ness especially because
tourism is our number one
industry," Mrs Stuart said.
"We have to be respect-
ful of all people that come
here and also respect the
fact that they're from vari-
ous backgrounds and
creeds."
She added: "As long as
'they respect our laws, when
they behave inappropriate-
ly then, as with any other
group, we seek to ensure
we rectify the situation, but
for the most part the people
that come in and out of this
port behave appropriately."
I


Time to enter the




Annual Dog Show


TARA LAVALLEE with her mixed breed Ari took High in Trail in the obedience ring in 2010.


THE Bahamas Kennel Club will be
holding its annual All Breed Dog Show
and Obedience Trials on March 19 and
20 at the grounds of Bahamas Food
Services on Gladstone Road.
It is the 30th anniversary of .the'
Bahamas Kennel Club and they are
working hard for a very special compe-
tition to celebrate this milestone in
their history.
"Our show will feature confirmation
classes for Sporting, Hounds, Terriers,
Toys, Non-sporting and Herding.
These dogs are judged on how they
stand up to the individual breed stan-
dard and out of these classes comes our
Best in Show," said June Hall, presi-
dent of the BKC.
The show also features special class-
es for neutered and spayed breed dogs,
mixed breeds and, of course, the very
special Royal Bahamian Potcake.
The obedience group are also very
excited about the show.
"Our sponsors Purina are very sup-
portive of the training and obedience,
and have already this year sponsored a
match and a training seminar for those
of us who train for the obedience ring.
We are also very excited that one of
the Purina Agility Dog Teams will be
attending our show and performing
throughout the day on Saturday and
Sunday," said Lynn Gape, vice presi-
dent of the BKC. "The show is a must
for all dog enthusiasts and young peo-
ple are encouraged to enter their dogs
in our junior handler classes."
If you are worried about not being
able to show your dog like a pro, the
BKC has organised special handling
classes on February 19 with AKC con-
firmation Judge Betty Umberto, who
will be on hand to teach a special junior
handler class and an adult handler
class.
For more information about the han-
dling classes call 393-5743. Entry forms
can be downloaded at
www.Bahamaskennelclub.org or col-
lected from Fox Hill Nursery and local
veterinarian offices.


Spring Festival organizers


gear up to help charities


By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter
cnixon@tribunemedia.net
ORGANIZERS of Abaco's
Spring Festival are gearing up
to help support charities across
the Bahamas.
The 2011 Spring Festival will
be held on April 16 at Schooner
Bay. The multi-activity event
will raise funds to support a
number of worthy charities,
including the REACH autism
awareness group, Every Child
Counts, Rotary of Abaco, and
the Bahamas National Trust.
Participants can choose to
bike, run or walk the pic-
turesque trails which run
through the pristine Abaco
National Park, the fishing vil-
lage of Sandy Point and the
community of Schooner Bay.
The event features an 18-mile
bike race, 10k bike or walk-a-
thon and a 5k race.
Participants, volunteers and
supporters all are welcome to
join-this-family-friendly event
filled with music, food stalls and
bars, as well as a bouncing cas-
tle for children.
The event culminates in
Schoondr Bay, where a BBQ
lunch and party will be hosted
for all participants who have
registered and received pledges


for any of the four events.
Participants will also receive
a goodie bag, t-shirt, water bot-
tle and complimentary conti-
nental breakfast.
REACH, one of the chari-
ties to benefit from the event, is
also hosting the Ride4Autism, a
100-mile bike ride in Abaco the
following day.
Nassau residents travelling
to Abaco for the festival will
depart on the mvy Seawind Fer-
ry at 5am from Potter's Cay and
will arrive back in Nassau at
7.30pm the same day.
The Nassau Hash House
Harriers (NH3), a local running
group, will be joining the autism
awareness campaign.
"This year NH3 wanted to
do a bit more to support
REACH to increase awareness
throughout the islands of the


Bahamas. The entire group has
now signed up to participate in
the upcoming Ride4Autism
which will be held in April,"
said club leader, Stefan
Krauskopf.
Participants are encouraged
to register early and purchase
their tickets directly from
Bahamas Fast Ferries at
www.bahamasferries.com.
There are special round-trip
fares of $71 for adults and $40
for children under 12.
Registration is free and forms
are available at Mario Carey
Realty, the REACH head
office or online at active.com.
For more information, call the
REACH office at 328-4123,
email eachbahamas@yahoo.com,
or find the organisation on
facebook.com.


Island estate named Home of the Year


TILLOO Pond, an enchanting island estate
in the Abacos, has been named Home of the
Year in its price category by a world class lux-
ury real estate magazine.
The 11-acre oceanfront estate was short-
listed by the staff of Unique Homes and then
opened to online voting.
The property is listed exclusively by Cold-
well Banker Lightbourn Realty.
Unique Homes opened its 40th year by
selecting 40 favourite listings from 1,000 pages
of 2010 listings for a special "Homes of the
Year" section, according to Mark Moffa, man-
aging editor of the magazine.
Unique Homes website visitors were asked
to vote for their favourites. Tilloo Pond beat
Sother nine finalists in its price category.
The sea-to-sea property has its own beach,
protected private dock and a day dock on the
sea of Abaco. The uniquely designed 5,400
square foot home has a beautiful vaulted ceil-
ing fashioned from carved, wooden beams. It
has exquisite furnishings and high end finish
work, including granite countertops, traver-
tine tile and exotic hardwood.
"I'm not surprised Tilloo Pond won the
award," said listing agent Mailin Sands.


"As soon as it was nominated, I researched
the other properties and none had anything
close to the beauty of the Abaco Cays, coupled
with the incredible craftsmanship and high
quality finishes that this property has. CEOs
have stayed on the property and celebrities
have visited. It's the perfect combination of pri-
vacy and luxury in the most beautiful island
setting," she said.
Mrs. Sands sees a strong 2011 for Abaco
real estate as prices have been adjusting to
the markets and buyer confidence is increasing.


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training series from 10am to 1pm this Saturday at Queen's
College on Village Road.
The five session course. aims to educate parents and
others on a variety of topics related to current issues and
ideas for assisting children with special needs.
The session is free of charge and no registration is
required.
Anyone with a special-needs child; friend or family
member is encouraged to take part.


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CHINESE EMBASSY HANDS OVER EQUIPMENT TO SCHOOL


AMBASSADOR OF THE PRC, Hu Dingxian, presented the gifts to
the school's principal, Colin:Johnson, during a special assembly.


THE AMBASSADOR of the People's Republic of China, Hu Dingxian, addresses a special assembly at the
Government High School on February 7 during the handing over of equipment for the school's performing
arts and physical education departments.


RIGHT: Minister of Educa-
tion Desmond Bannister
addresses students during
the special assembly at Gov-
ernment High. Also seen are
Permanent Secretary Elma
Garraway; PRC Ambassador
Hu Dingxian: Principal Colin
Johnson; and Superinten-
dent Olga Richards.













BELOW: Yondell Justilien,
music teacher at the Govern-
ment High School, leads the
band during a special
assembly performance.


MAN TAKEN TO

HOSPITAL AFTER


SHOOTING


By LAMECH
JOHNSON
A MAN was rushed
to hospital at around
10.30 last night after
being shot in the leg.
The victim, a 26-
year-old resident of
Kennedy Subdivision,
was walking in Ridge-
land Park when he was
approached by a dark
vehicle.
One of the occupants
of the car opened fire
on the victim, hitting
him in the leg several
times.
His condition could
not be confirmed up to
press time last night.
POLICE are ques-
tioning a man in con-
nection with the armed
robbery of a phone
card vendor on Mon-
day night.
The woman victim
was standing on East
Street South when she
was approached by two
men in a white Nissan
Maxima.
One of them pro-
duced a handgun and
robbed her of cash and
a.number of ,cell phone
cards beforespeeding
off.
The police .were noti-
fied and patrolling offi-
cers spotted the vehi-
cle. The resulting, chase
ended when the Maxi-
ma crashed into a fence
*in Bamboo Town. ,'
A 19-year-old
Pinewood Gardens
man was taken into
custody af-the'scene.
Another man is being
sought by police.


Man charged With having

unlicensedfirearm, ammunition


FREEPORT A Freepori man was
charged in Freeport Magistrate's court with
having an unlicensed firearm and ammuni-
tion.
Dwan Culmer. 34, appeared in Court Two
before Magistrate Andrew Forbes, where
he pleaded not guilty to the charges.


It is alleged that on Februar.y5, at
-Freeport, Grand Bahama, the accused was
found in possession of a firearm with four
live rounds of ammunition.
Culmer was granted $5,000 bail with one
surety. The matter was adjourned to June 21,
for trial.


Two arrested after firearms discovered


By LAMECH JOHNSON.
POLICE arrested two
men in connection with the
discovery of illegal firearms.
The first man was taken
into custody around 8pm on.
Monday in McCullough
Corner, after he ran into a
house upon seeing police
approach.


Officers searched the
home and found a handgun
and ammunition. Two men
aged 40 and 22, with a 32-
year-old woman, were taken
into custody.
A few hours later, officers
from the Mobile Division
took three men into custody
for questioning after a high-
powered rifle and a quantity


of marijuana were discov-
ered during a search of a sil-
ver coloured Toyota Corol-
la.
The officers, acting on a
tip, went to Peter Street off
East Street and stopped the
three men, who they felt
were acting suspiciously.
Two of the menare 23, and
the other is 30 years old.


Primary school students to

receive free eye exam next week


NEARLY 100 primary school students from
three government schools will receive a free
eye exam next week.
The Rotary Club of Nassau East's eye test-
ing project will afford students at Naomni
Blatch, Stephen Dillett, and Uriah McPhee
the opportunity to have their eyesight assessed
and possibly improved. ,
Partnering with the local organisation is the
Rotary Club of Roswell, Georgia, which will
provide the testing equipment and glasses for
students whose prescriptions are in stock.
Amol Pendharkar, international director of


Rotary .of Nassau. East, said: "This year we
are trying to accommodate all of the students.
Testing will be done by Bahamas Vision Cen-
tre, they will examine the students and we will
give the glasses. I
"If the prescription is not available, wb will
refer to social services or they will receive a dis-
count to purchase the glasses at the Bahamas
Vision Centre."
An estimated 91 students have already sub-
mitted consent forms for participation in next
week's free exam. Testing is scheduled for
February 16 and 17.


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island of monuments


By LARRY SMITH


COCKBURN TOWN,
San Salvador This is an
island of monuments,
although none are particu-
larly grandiose and some are
positively insignificant and
difficult to find. There are at
least five markers commem-
orating the landfall of
Columbus, for example.
The locals don't pay much
attention to them, but the 400
visitors who stay at Club Med
each week certainly do. This
is the most historic place in
the Bahamas because it was
the site of that momentous
first encounter between the
Old and New Worlds in 1492.
In fact, it was Tough Call
who broke the story that con-
firmed San Salvador as the
landfall island in 1983 via
the Reuters and Inter Press
Service news wires. That's
when archaeologist Charles
Hoffman excavated Spanish
trade goods dated to the con-
tact period at the very site of
the Lucayan village adjacent
to the Long Bay beach where
Columbus was believed to
have come ashore.
After the Spanish carried
off the unfortunate Lucayans
to slavery in Hispaniola, San
Salvador was deserted until
some 1,000 whites and 7,000
blacks arrived in the
Bahamas, fleeing the Ameri-
can Revolution, to establish
plantations on 14 previously
unsettled islands.
About a dozen such
estates operated on San Sal-
vador from the late 1700s to
thel830s, and we have a
unique written record of one
of them Prospect Hill plan-
tation contained in a slim
volume titled A Relic of Slav-


THE OLD PRIMARY SCHOOL at Cockburn T6wn.
ery. It was painstakingly, tran- Cockburn Town is named
scribed by a former resident after a 19th century gover-
justice in 1903 from an origi- nor of the Bahamas, and this
nal journal by planter is where the local govern-
Charles Farquarson (and is ment offices are located. The
available from Media Enter- oldest surviving building in
prises). The original journal this settlement is the 500-
is stored at the Department square-foot, two-storey com-
of Archives. missioner's office and gaol,
Most whites eventually which was built in the 1800s
left the southern islands to opposite the now defunct
their former slaves, who government dock.


engaged in subsistence fam-
ing in relative.isolation. In
the mid-20th century the US
built three bases on San Sal-
vador a missile tracking sta-
tion, a Coast Guard station,
and a submarine tracking sta-
tion. When the Americans
left in the 1970s these facili-
ties were repurposed as a
school, an academic research
station and, eventually, as the
Club Med resort.


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Fundraising
By the 1980s.this little
.building was long abandoned
and set to become a ruin, but
the approaching quincenten-
nial of Columbus' landfall on
the island gave it a new lease
on life. Fundraising and vol-
unteer work by local and for-
eign groups restored the old


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gaol as a museum in time for
the 1992 celebrations, which
attracted worldwide atten-
tion.
Dr Roberto Savio, an Ital-
ian second home resident,
was instrumental in this
transformation, securing
exhibits from Europe and
enlisting the support of inter-
national agencies and per-
sonalities on behalf of the
Bahamas. Among the contri-
butions Savio arranged was
a ceramic tile mural created
by a leading Italian artist
named Bruno Elise. It was
donated by an Italian state
company, and installed on an
exterior wall of the museum,
where it remains today.
After the quincentennial
celebrations, the old gaol was
left to deteriorate again, and
in 2002 it was closed for
repairs. At that time it was
decided to move the muse- ,
um to larger premises at the
old primary school nearby.
When the Antiquities
Monuments &. Museums
Corporation was created in
1999, it assumed responsibil-
ity for the museum, but nev-
er got around to repairing the
old gaol. So when hurricanes
struck the island in 2004, and
the old primary school had
to be re-occupied by stu-
dents, the museum artifacts
were put into storage, and
the much-photographed old
gaol in the historic town cen-
tre was simply abandoned.
On my visit, the wood-
work was rotting, windows*
were broken, plaster walls
were cracking, doors were
hanging off their hinges and
there was trash in and around
the building. The only'
remaining artifact is the
1920s-vintage "Watling
Island Resident Justice" safe
rusting away on the ground
.floor apparently too heavy
to either move or steal.

Inspection
But the building is still
sound. A recent inspection
by a Ministry of Works engi-
neer found that remedial
repairs were required at a
cost of about $3,000, followed
by a full restoration involving
replacement of the roof,
stairway and upper floor-
boards, as well as new
plumbing and electrical
installations, and repairsto
the walls.
An earlier engineering
report found that the build-
ing should be "restored and
preserved as a reminder, and
landmark of the history and
culture of the country.
Repaired and restored it
would be a public asset to be
used again for the benefit of
the local community and as
an attraction for visitors."
Meanwhile, the ceramic
tile mural installed in 1991
facing the sea has .suffered
irreversible damage. So last
year Dr Savio undertook to
have the mural replaced and
make the remedial repairs
that the building needed. He
also offered to raise funds for
a full restoration of the build-
ing. In January he brought
Professor Elisei to the island
with a new mural, but the
renowned Bahamian bureau-
cracy intervened.
After weeks on the island,
Professor Elisei was forced


THE OLD GAOL and resident justice office at Cockburn Town, show-


ing theElisei mural.

to return to Italy with his new
mural, and the old gaol
remains exactly as it was.
After much delay and only
in response to my persistent
inquiries.- the AMMC
grudgingly acknowledged Dr
Savio's offer to help restore
the building a second time.
The point is that over
eight years the AMMC a
government corporation
responsible for heritage
preservation that operates on
a million-dollar-a-year bud-
get could not restore a 500-
square-foot building on the
most historic island in the
Bahamas, despite private
offers of financing.
Bahamian English
On the flight to and from
San Salvador recently I spent
time reviewing a copy of the
1982 publication, A Dictio-
nary of Bahamian English.
Written by two former Col-
lege of the 1ahamas lecturers
(John Holm and Allison
Shilling, both British :expa-
triates now at American uni-
versities), it has been
described as a record of all
that is Bahamian in English.
This book offers more
than 5,000 entries for words
and expressions used in the
Bahamas that are not gener-
ally found in current standard
English. Information on
Bahamian creole is not quite
as rare as you might think.
A COB web page on English
language resources, for
example, lists some two
dozen articles, dissertations
and studies by Bahamian and
foreign scholars on this sub-
ject.
The range of linguistic tra-
ditions brought to the
Bahamas during the Euro-
pean settlement includes
Bermudian English, British
cockney, Scots English and
early African American, pro-
ducing a great grammatical
diversity. South Carolina was
a major point of origin for
white and black loyalists,
which makes it likely that an
early form of Gullah (an
American creole) was taken
to the Bahamas with them.
Creole is the term for a
language that resulted from
"the collision of languages
and cultures under the social
conditions of slavery", Holm
says, like creole French in
Haiti. Most often, the vocab-
ulary comes from the domi-
nant group and the grammar
from the subordinate group.
In a related study com-
paring 2500 Bahamian
expressions not used in con-
temporary standard British,
Holm assigned 43 per cent to
Scotland or the North Coun-
try, with another 25 per cent
from Ireland or the West
Country. Bahamian whites
speak a non-standard dialect
similar to that spoken on the
North Carolina outer banks,
while the vernacular of most
native blacks is Bahamian
creole.
The entries in this dictio-
nary range from the mildly
amusing (as in "take off them
wet clothes afore you catch
ammonia"), to the complex
and historic. Andros, for
example, is the largest island
in the Bahamas, but the ear-
liest names for it were Isla
Santa (on a 1501 map), Aba-
coa (on a 1523 map) and


Cabacos (on a 1529 map).
The-name "Andros" seems
to have been first used in a
1731 reference by naturalist
Mark Catesby to the "Islands
of Andros and Ilathera", and
on a 1771 map as "Andres".
One theory about the ori-
gin of the name is that in the
1780s, when the British ceded
the island of San Andres on
the Mosquito Coast of,Cen-
tral Ameriga to Spain, most
of the inhabitants moved to
the largest island in the
Bahamas. Another theory is
that the island was named
after Sir Edmund Andros, a
commander of British forces
in the Caribbean during the
17th century.
We also learn that "biggi-
ty" actually has a Scottish ori-
gin. It meant "wealthy" but
was transformed in US
southern dialect into "uppi-
ty". In the Bahamas today
the word means "egotistical
or bumptious".
A long entry explains the
various cultural terms related
to conch, the',shellfish. And
another describes the alter-
nate meaning of conch as
an early nickname for
Bahamians generally. In 1804
Daniel McKinnon observed
that prior to the loyalist
migration visitors called all
Bahamians conchs, but in
more recent usage, the term
has come to mean white
Bahamians. The generally
derogatory. term "conchy
joe'" refers tp a Bahamian
white or near-white. Accord-
ing to one reference cited,
"conchy joes are by no means
white, they are of a hard-red
complexion."
Meanwhile, nango is "a
term of contempt originally
applied by creole blacks to
African-born slaves." The
nago are a coastal sub-tribe
of the Yoruba from West.
Africa, the reference says.
The late Dr Cleveland Eneas
reported that nangos lived in
Bain Town. They were also
said to live in Fox Hill, and
the term became generalised
to include all liberated
Africans. Nango is also an
abusive term for a low-class,
loud-mouth black Bahamian.

Terms
To sprogue means to go
out looking for girls, and a
sprogie refers to the girl that'
you may find. But beware
that you don't meet up with a
sookie the one-eyed, tooth-
less woman who gets in
everyone's business. These
terms all have British North
Country derivations.
Cigillian (the nickname
for folks from Spanish Wells)
is said to derive from the
Lucayan name for Eleuthera
(Cigatoo), but may also come
from St Georgian the set-
tlement of Spanish Wells is
located on St George's Cay.
And while yinna and jook
are both African in deriva-
tion, yucking up one's vexa-
tion is British North Coun-
try. There's something for
everyone in this fascinating
lexicon.

What do you think?
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Police out in force


for BTC


FROM page one

the $210 million majority sale of BTC in Par-
liament yesterday afternoon, BTC Union
members had been called to Rawson square -m
during their lunch hour to continue showing
disapproval for the majority sale.
Heightened security measures were
taken by police in anticipation of the pos-
sible threats, said Chief Superintendent .,
Emerick Seymour.
Blockades and steel barricades lined all -
corners of the square while a strong -..
police presence could also be seen in and -
around the area. Access to the square was
also limited as protesters and the public
had to stand to the far sides during the
session.
"We were well prepared to deal with
any eventuality that may have hap-
pened," said Supt Seymour.
He added: "We always do our best to
be on the side of caution."
According to Supt Seymour, stronger
security measures will be taken around
Rawson square until authorities are satis-
fied no threats exist.
"We want to be prepared for anything
and everything. Our presence will be felt
as long as we perceive a threat," he said.
Denise Wilson, secretary general of
the Bahamas Communications and Public
Officers Union (BCPDU), said the turn
out was what they expected and the
protest of the sale would continue in the
right way, "decently."
"We wanted to make sure that we have
members in gallery. Every day this debate
goes on, we will be here," said Ms Wil-
son.
Ms Wilson said even though some
Bahamians might not understand why
unions are continuing to fight the sale, "it
comes down to our rights."
She said: "Anytime I believe my rights
are being infringed, I will stand up
against it." POLICE AT Rawson Square yes1


protest


terday.


BTC UNION HOLDS
DEMONSTRATION
IN GRAND BAHAMA
FREEPORT BTC
workers and union offi-
cials staged a demonstra-
tion in Grand Bahama on
Tuesday opposing the
sale of a majority of the
company's shares to
Cable and Wireless.
Rex Grant, area vice
president of the BCPMU,
and Paul Moss, attorney
for the BCPOU, spoke
with the media about gov-
ernment's signing of a
memorandum of under-
standing to sell BTC,
which was tabled' in Par-
liament yesterday.
Mr Grant was surprised
that, despite a Supreme
Court injunction halting
the sale of BTC, the gov-
ernment has gone ahead
and signed a
document/contract to sell
the shares in BTC.
The area vice president
said that the Supreme
Court judge had set a
date of February 14 to
give his decision on the
matter.
"We believe that the
injunction we have put
forth in the Supreme
Court would be success-
ful... and we-really
believe it will work in our
favour.
"If the government
thinks it can sign an
agreement it is not
going to work," Mr Grant
said. Attorney Paul Moss
said that the government
could have waited a few
more days until the judge
came back with a deci-
sion.
"It is our view that the
government could have
waited...to see if the
union had a standing in
the matter. They (the
government) started this
process in the last century
of 1999 and they could
have waited three more
days to find out," he said.


FROM page one

Understanding and support-
Sing documents relating, to the
,sale of 51 per cent of BTC,
Mr Christie' again pledged to
put the majority stake back
in the hands of the govern-
ment if his party resumes
power in 2012.
He predicted that the gov-
ernment's follow through on
privatization in the face of
union discontent and a divid-
ed public opinion on the sale
will cost the Free National
Movement the next election.
"Today is a sad day in the
history of our country," said
Mr Christie, echoing a state-
ment made, by Englerston MP
Glenys Hanna-Martin in the
House of Assembly.
"We will not support the
sale that has been announced
today. We are particularly
grieved that even though the
decision was made to sell, the
decision was made to sell 51
per cent, that is an error of
judgment on the part of this
government and certainly
does not serve the best inter-
ests of people of the
Bahamas," Mr Christie said,
flanked by PLP MPs, after
Parliament adjourned for the


PLP WILL OPPOSE SALE OF

BTC IN PARLIAMENT VOTE


day.
"We will oppose, and to the
extent that we are able to
legally do so, we will revisit
this matter with a view to
enhancing Bahamian owner-
ship and put controlling inter-
est in the hands of Bahami-
ans," he added.
However, this resistance
will not stop the sale, as the
Government has more sitting
members in Parliament to
effect the passage of the sale
in the House of Assembly.
Yesterday, Mr Ingraham
signed sale agreements for the
majority stake of BTC to
regional telecommunications
provider Cable & Wireless.
The nation's chief then tabled
the MoU and other docu-
ments relating to the sale
when Parliament convened
for the afternoon session.
The PLP will not peruse the
catalogue tabled in Parlia-
ment paying close attention
to stated changes to BTC's
employee pension plan but
does not expect to be swayed


from their resistance to the
sale.
"We are going to review all
.of the documentation that has
been put in place today,
notwithstanding the fact that
we have not heard anything
to change our minds, we will
have a full response to this
after we discuss in detail the
proposed sale.
"From our point of view,
my government never con-
templated even when we
had divisions over the pri-
vatisation process we never
agreed to sell the majority
interest.
"It is too final where the
Prime Minister is doing this
knowing that the country is
divided over the issue, know-
ing that he does not have the
support of the Opposition -
he is saying because he was
elected that gives him the
right to sell 51 per cent, and
therefore the country forev-
er will lose controlling interest
in it," said the former Prime
Minister.


Govt plans to secure veto

powers in BTC sales agreement


FROM page one

The veto powers will be applicable as long as
the government holds 15 per cent of BTC's
issued share capital.
Some of the "critical areas" laid out in the
MOU, include:
Changes to the constitutional documents
of BTC.
Changes to the share capital of BTC.
Material changes in the nature or scope of
BTC's business.
Borrowings by BTC that would exceed 2.5
times earnings.
The sale of a material part of BTC's busi-
ness.
Any material acquisitions.
Relocation overseas of BTC or any mate-
rial part of its business.
Contracts outside the ordinary course of
business.
Transactions with the CWC group subject
to various conditions.
Important changes to any of the manage-
ment services agreements with CWC.
Any action to'terminate the pension plan.
Any redundancy exercise in the two years
following the transaction.
In the current agreement, the government


will also maintain veto.rights over decisions to
change the "basis for charging fees'' for exter-
nal services provided by CWC group of com-
panies.
BTC is expected to make use of a number of
brands, trademarks and intellectual property of
CWC. Charges for such services will be on
the basis of "the cost of labour plus a small
standard margin."
There is a fixed fee of two per cent of rev-
enues for the brand, intellectual property and
know-how services.
These fees have been benchmarked against
similar third party arrangements such as those
in Panama and Barbados.
"So we ate comfortable with these fees, and
believe that the future value Cable & Wireless
will bring to BTC, and to the residual 49 per
cent held by us, will be far greater than the cost
of this fee," said Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham, during his presentation in the House of
Assembly yesterday.
"Nevertheless, the Government has negoti-
ated provisions to ensure transparency and
accountability, including that it will be able
to audit the margins and costs charged and it
will receive an annual report outlining the
costs and benefits under the management ser-
vices agreements. Any services will also be
subject to certain veto rights by Government."


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Assange's lawyer: Sweden






acted improperly in probe


(AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
SPEAKING OUT: Mark Stephens, the lawyer of WikiLeaks founder
Julian Assange, speaks outside Belmarsh Magistrates' Court in Lon-
don, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011.


(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, file)
EXTRADITION FIGHT: The founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange'faces the media after making an appearance at Belmarsh Magistrates' Court
in London, in this Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011 file photo, as part of his fight to avoid being extradited to Sweden, where he's wanted on sex crimes
allegations. WikiLeaks hopes to enlist as many as 60 news organizations from around the world in a bid to help speed the publication of its
massive trove of secret U.S. diplomatic memos,Assange said Tuesday Jan 25 2011.


JILL LAWLESS,
Associated Press
LONDON


The man famous for leaking
thousands of secret U.S. mili-
tary and diplomatic documents
just spent two days in court
fighting extradition to Sweden
and criticizing prosecutors there
for allegedly leaking his name


to the media in a sex crimes
inquiry.
No one in court acknowl-
edged any irony in Julian
Assange's efforts to seek the
protection of confidentiality. At
a testy hearing in a London
courtroom, both sides traded
pointed remarks Tuesday about
the quality of Sweden's justice
system.


Lawyers for the WikiLeaks
founder say he is the victim of a
flawed investigation conducted
in the media spotlight and will
not get a fair trial in Sweden.
He has not been charged in the
case and denies all wrongdo-
ing.
A lawyer for the Swedish
government, however, said
Swedish prosecutors had no





IIIIB B^H u


choice but to issue an arrest,
warrant for Assange after
repeatedly failing to pin down
the elusive Australian for an
interview about the allegations.
The argument spilled out
onto the lawn outside Belmarsh
Magstrates' Court, where
Assange accused Marianne Ny,
the Swedish prosecutor in
charge of his case, of being too
afraid to come to a British court
to answer questions.
"What we've seen is process
abuse after process abuse being
revealed for hours and hours,"
Assange told reporters.. "What
we have not seen however is
the chief prosecutor ... she has
refused to come to the pro-
ceedings,"
Sweden's prosecutor-gener-
al, Anders Perklev, issued a
statement Tuesday defending
both the Swedish justice system
and Ny. While Perklev noted
that Assange should be consid-
ered innocent until proven
guilty, he stressed that Ny had a
duty to complete the investiga-
tion.
"Marianne Ny has acted
completely in accordance with
her role as a public prosecutor
and she obviously has the com-
petence needed for the deci-
sions that have been made in
this case," Perklev said.
British Judge Howard Rid-
dle, who has been weighing
Assange's fate over two days
at a London extradition hear-
ing, told both sides to return
Friday for closing arguments.
Assange is wanted for.ques-
tioning over claims of rape and
sexual molestation made by two
Swedish women he met during
a trip to Stockholm in August.
He denies the allegations. .
Clare Montgomery, a lawyer
acting for Swedish authorities,.
read a statement from Ny
describing how she had made
repeated attempts to interview
Assange about the allegations
while he was in Sweden, to no
avail.
In a court document read
aloud by Montgomery, Ny said
"it must have been crystal clear


Chechen rebel
VLADIMIR
ISACHENKOV,
Associated Press
MOSCOW
Chechen warlord Doku
Umarov has claimed responsi-
bility for last month's suicide
bombing at a Moscow airport
and threatened more such
attacks as a growing Islamic
insurgency tries to force Russia
to surrender control over its
southern Caucasus region.
Umarov's statement in a
video posted late Monday was
likely to add to jitters in Russi-
a's capital and increase pres-
sure on the government. Prime
Minister Vladimir Putin, whose
popularity has hinged on his
tough line against the insur-
gency, recently admitted that
Russia needs to learn from for-
eign experience in fighting ter-
ror. The Jan. 24 bombing of


,to Julian Assange ... that we
were extremely anxious to
interview him."
Montgomery said that even
Assange's own lawyer, Bjorn
Hurtig, could not contact him
for a week, leading prosecutors
to conclude that he was a flight
risk and should be arrested.
In turn, Assange's lawyers
and a defense witness accused
prosecutors in Sweden of irreg-
ularities ,and illegalities in the
way they built their case. Hurtig
said an initial prosecutor "acted
against the laws of confiden-
tiality, telling one of our tabloid
newspapers that Julian was sus- -
pected of rape." He said prose-
cutors and police had leaked
details of the case to the media.

Publicity
Assange's lawyers argue that
the global publicity around the
case and the Swedish custom
of hearing rape cases behind
closed doors mean he would
not get a fair trial. His attor-
ney, Geoffrey Robertson, said
closed-door hearings would be
"a flagrant denial of justice."
Defense attorneys have
sought to paint the behavior of
Swedish prosecutors as unrea-
sonable. Sven-Erik Alhem, a
former chief prosecutor in Swe-
den appearing as a defense wit-
ness, said Ny "should have
made sure Assange was able to
give his version of events in
detail" before issuing an arrest
warrant.
Assange is accused of sexu-
ally assaulting one woman and
raping another by having sex
with her while she was asleep
.during a weeklong visit to
Stockholm last August. In
Swedish law, sex with a person
who is asleep can constitute
rape. The defense says Assange
had consensual sex with his two
accusers and has not committed
any crime.
In court, Hurtig cited tweets
and text messages sent by the
accusers, which he said talked
of "revenge, gaining economic.
advantage, having contact with

I leader claims


REBEL LEADER: This image tak-
en from video received late Mon-
day, Feb. 7, 2011 by The Kavkaz
Center, a website affiliated with
Chechen rebels, shows insurgent
leader Doku Umarov speaking in
a video
Domodedovo Airport killed 36
people and injured about 180.
Russian investigators said the
bomber was a 20-year-old man
from the Caucasus region that
includes Chechnya, but have
not released his name or other
details.


the media to give him a bad
name in the press."
In one, the woman who told
police she was asleep during
sex "said she was half asleep,
which to my mind is the same
thing as saying you are half c
awake," he said.
Assange's wide-ranging argu-
ments against extradition also
include claims that he could
eventually be extradited from
Sweden to the United States
and even sent to the detention
center at the U.S. Navy base in
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
However, Alhem appeared
to undermine that argument
when he said that it was not
possible for Assange to be sent '
from Sweden to the U.S. on the '
current European Arrest War- '
rant. Assange, wearing a blue -
suit, sat in the dock at London's
high-security Belmfarsh Magis- 't
trates' Court, watching atten- :i
lively and taking notes through- D
out the hearing.
WikiLeaks touched off an ;;
international uproar when it
released classified helicopter ,
video showing a U.S. attack 7
that killed two Reuters jour-
nalists in Iraq. It later began. ,
publishing tens of thousands of
U.S. military documents on the
wars in Afghanistan and fraq,
and classified U.S. diplomatic
cables whose revelations
angered and embarrassed the
U.S. and its allies.
American officials are trying
to build a criminal case against
WikiLeaks. Assange's lawyers :A
claim the Swedish prosecution
is linked to the leaks and polit- )
ically motivated a claim Swe- r
den strongly denies. :.
Assange was arrested in Lon- a
don in December after Swedlen ,
issued a warrant on.rape and -,
molestation accusations. He
was released on bail on cofidi-
tion that he live under cur-
few and electronically tagged
- at a supporter's country
mansion in eastern England.
Since then, Assange has still
conducted media interviews
and signed a reported $1.5 mil-
lion deal for a memoir.


airport bomb
Top security officials briefed
parliament Tuesday about the
investigation in a closed ses-
sion, but no details were imme-
diately released.
. "All residents of our coun- .
try need to realize that we will
have to live under the threat of
terror for a long time to come,"
Vladimir Vasilyev, the head of
parliament's security commit- '
tee, told reporters.
The Chechen warlord has
claimed responsibility for an
array of terrorist attacks,
including last year's double sui-
cide bombing of the Moscow ;
subway system that killed 40
people.
Umarov said he ordered the
airport bombing and that many
more "special operations" will
follow, if Russia does not allow ,
the Caucasus to become an
independent Islamic state gov-
erned by sharia law.


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INERATIOALNWI


Working class

hero Lula says

capitalism is dead

RUKMINI CALLIMACHI,
Associated Press
DAKAR, Senegal

Brazil's first working class
president and an icon of the
downtrodden said Monday
that the global financial cri-
sis proves capitalism is bro-
ken.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva
also said it was time for
affluent countries to begin
paying attention to nations
like Senegal, ranked as one
of the world's poorest.
"For too long, rich coun-
tries saw us as peripheral,
problematic, even danger-
ous,'! said Silva, who
stepped down last year with
one of the highest approval
ratings in his country's hist9-
ry, "Today we are an essen-
tial, undeniable part of the
solution to the biggest crisis
of the last decade a crisis
that was not created by us,
but that emerged from the
great centers of world capi-
talism."
His speech marked the
second day of the six-day
World Social Forum, an
annual counterpunch to the
World Economic Forum in
Davos, Switzerland.
While the latter draws
CEOs who sleep in four-star
hotels and take turns on the
Swiss slopes, the participants
in the World Social Forum
are happy tO camp on the '
sides of roads or sleep with.
locals in order to take part
in the yearly anti-capitalist
gathering.

Organic

Instead of suits, they
arrive wearing tie-die shirts
and trousers of organic cot-
ton, like Lula who addressed
the cheering crowd in an
informal white shirt. Presen-
tations are frequently ad lib,
including a fiery impromptu
speech by Bolivian Presi-
dent Evo Morales on Sun-
day who told the assembled
crowd that capitalism was in.
4 its death throes.,
"We can see it with the
global financial crisis. We
can see it with climate
change and global warm-
ing," said Morales, who in
2005 became the first leader
to be elected from Bolivia's
indigenous majority. "The
capitalism of today is a capi-
talism that no longer pro-
duces but just consumes."
The-weeklong conference,
which has drawn some
30,000 participants from 123.
countries, aims to create
"open space" for debate on
subjects ranging from "the
crisis of capitalism" to the
African Diaspora. Many ,
participants pointed out that
the event is also taking place
at a same time of change in
Africa. "If you look across
the democratization struggle
in Egypt and Tunisia and
the challenges in Ivory
Coast and Zimbabwe, it is.
very important for people to
express their views and indi-
cate that there is a ruling
elite, a very small group of
people who are.holding us
hostage," said Zimbabwean
journalist andiparticipant
Thomas Deves.
Nilza Iraci, a member of
the forum's international
organizing committee, says
that in the early years, he
forum attempted to bridge
the gap with Davos. They
held a teleconference with
members of the Davos con-
ference in an attempt to
exchange ideas.
Critics of the forum say it
has not effected real change
in the 11 years since it start-
ed. Iraci says the event is not
meant to effect change, but
rather to create a space to
network and.to share ideas
for a new world.
The opening march
included a delegation of
women from Senegal's
provinces who had made
their way to Dakar to try to


lobby for land rights. In the
oceanlike crowd, they ran
into Liv Sovik, a communi-
cations professor at a school
in Rio de Janeiro. She
helped the women connect
with a leader of the land
rights movement that was
also at the march, she said.
"It's like a trade fair. You
meet to make connections,"
said Sovik.


Bush trip to Geneva cancelled





following threat of protest


(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit, File)
CANCELLED VISIT: In this file photo of Aug. 6, 2008, U.S. President George W. Bush, first lady Laura Bush and daughter Barbara Bush arrive at military base in Bangkok. For-
mer President George W. Bush's planned visit to Switzerland has been cancelled because of security concerns.


FRANK JORDANS,
Associated Press
GENEVA.


A visit former U.S. President George W. Bush
planned to make to Switzerland next week has been
canceled because of security concerns, after left-wing
groups called for mass protests and rights activists pro-
posed legal action against him for allegedly ordering the
torture of terrorism suspects.
Bush's spokesman David Sherzer said the two-term
president was informed Friday by the United Israel
Appeal that his Feb. 12 dinner speech in Geneva had
been called off. "We regret that the speech has been
canceled," Sherzer told The Associated Press in an e-
mail Saturday. "President Bush was looking forward to
speaking about freedom and offering reflections from
his time in office."
Saturday's edition of Swiss daily Tribune de Geneve
qudted'the Jewish charity's lawyer, Robert Equey, as
saying the visit was canceled because of the risk that
protests by left-wing groups could result in violence.
"The calls to demonstrate were sliding into danger-


ous terrain," Equey told the newspaper. "The orga-
nizers claimed to be ableto maintain order, but warned
they could not be held responsible for any outbursts."
Protest organizers had called for participants to each
bring a shoe to the rally outside the lakeside Hotel
Wilson named after Bush's predecessor Woodrow
Wilson where the dinner was to be held. The shoe
was meant to recall the moment an Iraqi journalist
threw his footwear at Bush during a news conference in
Baghdad in 2008.

Complaints
Equey told Tribune de Geneve that attempts by,
human rights groups to submit legal complaints against
Bush to Swiss prosecutors hadn't played a part in the
decision to cancel the visit.
Sherzer, Bush's spokesman, declined to comment
on.the reasons for the cancellation,
' Several human rights groups, including Amnesty
International and the New York-based Center for
Constitutional Rights, had planned to ask Swiss pros-
ecutors to open a criminal investigation against Bush


over the admission that he personally authorized the
waterboarding of terrorism suspects.
"Whatever Bush or his hosts say, we have no doubt
he canceled his trip to avoid our case," the Center for
Constitutional Rights and others said in a statement.
Legal experts say it is unlikely Swiss prosecutors
would have had the time to examine any criminal com-
plaint against Bush and take action, such as requesting
him to respond to the allegations, before he left
Switzerland again.
Furthermore, an initial assessment by the Swiss Jus-
tice Ministry concluded that Bush would have enjoyed
immunity from prosecution for any actions taken while
in office, ministry spokesman Folco Galli told the AP.
Widney Brown, Amnesty's senior director of inter-
national law and policy, said the group would continue
to press for Bush's prosecution the next time the former
president travels to a country that has committed to,
prosecuting war crimes and where he could expect a
fair trial. Sherzer said Bush has made several trips-
outside of the United States since leaving office two
years ago, including to South Korea, China, Japan,
Brazil, Canada, and the Middle East.


Rumsfeld reveals pre-war Iraq strike plan


ROBERT BURNS,
AP National
Security Writer
WASHINGTON
Former Pentagon chief Don-
ald H. Rumsfeld reveals in his
new book that he urged a U.S.
military strike on a suspected
chemical weapons site in north-
ern Iraq in 2003, and' that he
wanted the attack timed to
coincide with then Secretary of
State Colin Powell's address to
the U.N, Security Council mak-
ing the case for war.
In his memoir, "Known and
Unknown," Rumsfeld wrote
that the Joint Chiefs supported
a strike, based on what Rums-
feld called extensive but not
conclusive CIA evidence that
the site housed an underground
facility for testing chemical
weapons. He called it a "fairly
sizeable terrorist operation."
The prewar attack never hap-
pened, although the site was
struck in the opening days of
the war that President George
W. Bush launched in March
2003, about six weeks after
Powell's U.N. speech. The U.S.
never found substantial evi-
dence of an active Iraqi pro-
gram to produce weapons of
mass destruction, but Rumsfeld
believed that the site near the
Iranian border presented the
best chance to prove they exist-
ed before the war began.
"For whatever reason, the
administration never made
public these facts about an
.active. WMD production facili-
ty run by terrorists in Iraq,"
Rumsfeld wrote.
He said he made his recom-
mendation to Bush at a Feb. 3,
2003, National Security Council
meeting in which Powell
sketched out the presentation
he was to make at the U.N. two
days later..
Rumsfeld quotes himself as
telling the meeting, "We should
hit Khurmal during the speech,
given that Colin will talk about
it." Khurmal is the name of a
village near the site. Powell
objected.
In his U.N. presentation,
Powell described it as "Terror-
ist Poison and Explosive Fac-


r. .


NEW BOOK: In this Jan.
20, 2011 photo, former
Defense Secretary Don-
ald H. Rumsfeld is inter-
viewed at his office in
Washington.

(AP Photo
/Jacquelyn Martin)


tory, Khurmal." Rumsfeld said
Khurmal was operated by
Ansar al-Islam, a Sunni, mili-
tant group with ties to Abu
Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian
extremist who later led the Iraq
branch of the al-Qaida terrorist
network.
SRhmsfeld wrote that he
wanted to attack the site before
Powell finished his presenta-
tion in New York, because oth-
erwise the site would be aban-
doned.
Had Powell not stood in the
way, in Rumsfeld's view, the
Bush administration might have
gained conclusive evidence that
Iraq had an active WMD site.
"As.expected, shortly after
Powell's speech was delivered,
many of the terrorists fled
Khurmal," he wrote.
An AP reporter who visited
the site a few days after Pow-
ell's speech found a half-built
cinderblock compound filled
with heavily armed Kurdish
men, video equipment and chil-
dren but no obvious sign of
chemical weapons manufactur-
ing. Much of the site was
destroyed by American cruise


missile strikes at the outset of
the invasion.

Memoir
The Rumsfeld memoir cov-
ers the full span of his 78 years,
from growing up in a small
town outside Chicago, his Navy
days, his years in Congress, a
string of staff jobs in the Nixon
White House, his first tour as
defense secretary under Presi-
dent Gerald R. Ford, a period
as a business executive and his
return to the Pentagon in Jan-
uary 2001. He is the only per-
son to, have served twice as
defense secretary; he also is the
youngest to have held the job
and the oldest.
To promote and expand on
the book, Rumsfeld established
a web site, www.rumsfeld.com
that contains a select group of
his official papers. Some
required declassification at his
request. Rumsfeld said he
chose documents that are "of
particular historical interest" or
are related to the events that
he describes in the book. With-


out knowing the full contents
of the papers it is impossible to
know whether he included only
documents that support his ver-
sion of events or omitted unflat-
tering items.
Additional secret documents
from his years at the Pentagon
will be declassified, and
reviewed for public release, he
said. On his web site he wrote
that deciding to release certain
papers was difficult.
"These documents were not
designed with an eye to history
as part of an authoritative
archive," he wrote. He said he
chose to release them "warts
and all," for readers to draw
their own conclusions.
Some early reviews of what
Rumsfeld called "my slice of
history" have cast it as a score-
settling exercise, a revenge
memoir. That, he sniffed, comes
from "people who haven't read
it."
Much of the attention to. the
book has focused on contro-
versies from the Iraq war, but
he also writes about the peri-
od when the Afghan war began
slipping into a stalemate.


In the interview, Rumsfeld
said the State Department's
performance was lacking, but
he denied that the administra-
tion was distracted by the war
in Iraq. Taking a jab at allies,\
Rumsfeld wrote that Britain,
* Italy, Germany and other coun-
tries that agreed in the early
years of the war to take the lead
on certain nonmilitary tasks -
such as, training the Afghan
police and creating a civil jus-
tice system found their tasks
more difficult .than they had
anticipated.
"And an awful lot of that
didn't get done," he said.
Asked his view of the Oba-
ma administration's decision to
begin withdrawing troops in
2011 and to complete the pull-
out by 2014, Rumsfeld said he
saw grounds for worry but he
was not precise about his rea-
sons. He said the U.S. approach
could set- in motion forces
"potentially adverse to the gov-
ernment of Afghanistan."
It was the Iraq war that led to
Rumsfeld's demise at the Pen-
tagon; he resigned in November
2006 as Democrats regained
control of the Congress and the
outlook for'success in Iraq
appeared increasingly grim.
Robert Gates took over at the
Pentagon and Bush sent a surge
of combat forces to Baghdad,
setting the stage for an eventu-
al turnaround that now has U.S.
forces poised to leave Iraq by
year's end. In the interview,
Rumsfeld defended the Bush
decision in 2008 to agree to
have all forces out this year.
"The government of Iraq is
eventually going to have work
with the Iraqi people and fash-
ion various accommodations so
that they can go forward and
govern the country," Rumsfeld
said. "And being aimed in that
direction starts them along that
road, and that's basically a good
thing."
Asked about his future plans,
he was noncommittal, saying
he might write another book.
Asked what subject he had in
mind, he said, "I do have a cou-
ple of ideas, but they've not
gelled to the point that I want
to discuss them."


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IN ER AT O A NE S:


Arab unrest complicates







counterterrorism efforts


(AP Photo/Hani Mohammed, File)
RALLY: In this Feb. 2, 011, file photo a supporters of Yemeni President All Abdullah Saleh rally, holding his portrait, in Sanaa, Yemen, after the president said he would not seek
another term in office or hand power to his son. This in an apparent reaction to protests in this impoverished nation inspired by Tunisia's revolt and the turmoil in Egypt. The unrest
engulfing Arab streets and threatening authoritarian governments in the Mideast is complicating U.S. counter terrorism efforts, further shaking the volatile battleground against
al-Qaida in Yemen.


STEPHEN BRAUN,
Associated Press
WASHINGTON

The unrest engulfing Arab
streets and threatening author-
itarian governments is compli-
cating U.S. counterterrorism
efforts, scrambling the volatile
battleground against al-Qaida
in Yemen and raising concerns
about the durability of Egypt's
stance against militants.
U.S. counterterrorism offi-
cials need to move quickly to
firm up relationships with vet-
eran Mideast intelligence and
security services in the after-
math of momentous changes,
experts say. Lingering confu-
sion over who will take the
reins of power could hamper
instant decision-making in the
short term.
Over the longer term, will
the U.S. be able to work as
closely against al-Qaida and
other terrorist groups if impor-
tant allies such as Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak and
Yemeni President Ali Abdul-
lah Salehi cede power to
Islamist groups! such as the


Muslim Brotherhood?
"Right now the situation is
so fluid it's just about impossi-
ble to make any determinations
about long-term repercussions,"
said Roger Cressey, a former
counterterrorism deputy in the
Clinton and second Bush
administrations. "The coun-
terterrorism community has to
be cautious about even jumping
six months ahead."
Uncertainty about whether
the U.S. can depend on Arab
allies to join against militants
comes amid growing American
concerns following a string of
failed attacks plotted in Yemen
and al-Qaida's home base
inside Pakistan. Less reliance
on Mideast partners could force
the U.S. to strike back on i'.
own there, if a future terrorist
attack were to succeed.
"The next time American
interests are attacked and
there's a return address in
Yemen, the U.S. may have to
act unilaterally," said Christo-
pher Boucek, an expert with
the Washington-based Carnegie
Endowment for International
Peace.
U.S. counterterrorism offi-
cials worry that continuing
demonstrations in the Yemeni
capital in Sana'a could lead the
country's security forces to
focus more on protecting the
government, giving breathing
room to al-Qaida in the Ara-
bian Peninsula, suspected in
plots against the U.S. in recent
months.
Some street protests have
come from pro-democracy ele-
ments, Boucek said. Others
have been stirred by Islamic
fundamentalist and secession-
ist groups already arrayed
against Saleh's government.
In a sign of the mounting
alarm about Yemen's role as a
terrorist staging area, President
Barack Obama told Saleh on
the phone this past week about
the need for "forceful action"
against the al-Qaida affiliate.
Obama did praise "the signifi-
cant reform measures" that
Saleh ordered to defuse the
protests.
Obama also took the unusu-
al step of publicly chiding Saleh
for releasing Abd-Ilah al-Shai, a


sympathizer of the al-Qaida
group who had been sentenced
to five years for his ties with it.
Al-Shai had met in 2009 with
Anwar al-Awlaki, 'a fugitive
militant cleric who is suspected
by American authorities of
involvement in the Christmas
Day plot that year to bomb a
Detroit-bound jet and the
October 2010 scheme to send
mail bombs on planes from
Yemen to the U.S.
. Saleh, who has kept power
despite battling three separate
insurrections, often has to wire-
walk between U.S. officials
pressing for more leeway to
take the battle against al-Qaida
and powerful Yemeni tribes
suspicious of his dealings with
the Americans. Diplomatic
cables released this year by
WikiLeaks described the gap
between Saleh's public postur-
ing and private utterances -
telling top U.S. counterterror
adviser John Brennan at one
point that he would pretend
that a series of U.S. airstrikes
had been carried out by
Yemeni forces.

Dangers

"Saleh's good at dancing in
the snake pit," said Juan
Zarate, a former top Bush
administration counterterror
official who is now with the
Center for Strategic and Inter-
national Studies. "The unrest
he's dealing with now poses
some dangers, but he's pretty
adept at getting out of trouble."
Egypt once had to contend:
with its own breed of hardcore
Islamic militants. But three
decades of brutal repression by
' the country's security services
- most recently led by new
Vice President Omar Suleiman
largely eliminated them as
a threat. The secretive Egyptian
Islamic Jihad organization has
been headed by al-Qaida's sec-
ond-in-command, Ayman al-,
Zawahri since 1991, but Egypt's
secret police crushed the group,
expelling al-Zawahri and
imprisoning its members.
In a classified diplomatic
cable written on April 13, 2009,
the U.S. ambassador to Egypt,


Margaret Scobey, wrote that
Cairo's "active opposition to
Islamist terrorism and effective
intelligence and security ser-
vices makes Egypt an unattrac-
tive safe haven for terror
groups, and there is no evi-
dence to suggest there are any
active foreign terrorist groups
in the country."
During the uprising last
week, there were numerous
reports that some Islamic Jihad
inmates were among hundreds
let out during a mass jailbreak.
Egyptian authorities said they
rounded up many of those who
escaped, but it was: not clear
whether all of them were back
in custody. "As long as the mil-
itary and security apparatus is
in control, I still don't see
Egyptian militants as a real
threat," .Cressey said.
The greater concern in
Egypt, Zarate said, is tending to
the strong ties between Amer-
ican and Egyptian counterter-
rorism officials that both sides
cultivated over the past three
decades. "'U.S. officials clearly '
want to shore up their relations
with the security services to
make sure our counterterror-
ism relations survive the
changes," Zarate said. "They
need to be prepared to tailor
their relations as the. structure
changes. If Suleiman takes con-
trol, that means there are new
top security people we need to
deal with."
Some U.S. leaders worry that
thq fundamentalist Islamic
Muslim Brotherhood long
ago locked out of power in
Egypt will wield power in a
freer, decentralized government
that might lead to a weakened
stance against al-Qaida and
other terror groups.
"My concern is their ties to
terror groups and their adher-
ence to (Islamic) Shariah law,"
Republican Sen. John McCain
said last week. "Am I worried
about the result that the Mus-
lim Brotherhood might gain
power? Yeah, I'm scared to
death. But the option of hold-
ing off on democracy is not an
option."
Counterterrorism experts say
the Muslim Brotherhood and
al-Qaida are hardly joined at


the hip. The groups have been
foes for years, quarreling over
ideological and tactical differ-
ences often over the Broth-
erhood's willingness to work
within political systems instead
of toppling them violently.
"They just don't like each oth-
er," Cressey said. "Al-Qaida
sees itself as more militant, and
they believe the Brotherhood
isn't willing to take on the
Egyptian security services."
Egypt's toughest counterter-
rorism challenge ahead may
come as U.S. officials are forced
.to work with a new government
that includes the Muslim Broth-
erhood, seeking common
ground against terrorist ene-
mies even if the Islamic faction
tries to distance Egypt from its
neighbor, Israel. American
political leaders have long fused
counterterror aims with sup-
port for Israel, and contending
with an altered Arab world
landscape- with rising Islamic
factions could force hard choic-
es. "We'll have to struggle with
this politically, especially as we
go into an election year," said
Phillip Mudd, a former CIA
and FBI official who was
deputy director of the CIA's
Counterterrorist Center and
now is a senior adviser with
Oxford Analytica, a consulting
firm. "The tension is between
the need to work. with these
groups to continue the fight
against (al-Qaida) and other
extreme elements and the pos-
sibility that they may go against
our wishes when it comes to
Israel. Europe is less political
and more realistic when it
comes to that tension but it may
be more of a problem here."
Despite the likely tensions
looming, Mudd and some other
terrorism experts say the tur-
bulence in Cairo, Sana'a and
elsewhere in the Mideast and
North Africa raises hopes that
al-Qaida's momentum may be
overtaken by democratic
impulses. "Al-Qaida sees them-
selves as revolutionaries,"
Mudd said. "But the rise of the
pro-democracy protests on the
Arab street might take the air
out of the balloon in terms of
their recruiting. It siphons off
their youth recruits."


Afghan bombing

kills 1; gunmen

target local chief
ADAM SCHRECK,
Associated Press
KABUL, Afghanistan

A suicide bomber killed one
person and wounded five oth-
ers in southern Afghanistan's
largest city of Kandahar on
Monday, hours after attackers
gunned down a local govern-
ment chief in the country's
volatile eastern borderlands.
The Taliban claimed respon-
sibility for both attacks.
A homemade bomb also
claimed the life of a NATO ser-
vice member in a separate
attack in the country's south,
the sixth coalition member
killed this month. NATO didn't
disclose the person's nationali-
ty or location of the blast.
The Kandahar suicide
bomber detonated explosives
inside the city's customs house
compound during a visit by
NATO forces, police chief
Khan Mohammad Mujahid
said. He said the person killed
was an Afghan interpreter.
The government facility is
used by businesspeople and
truck drivers to clear customs
paperwork on imported goods.
Visitors typically undergo vehi-
cle inspections and pat-downs
to enter, raising questions about
the adequacy of security pro-
cedures there and whether the
bomber knew international
troops would be nearby.
Kandahar is located in the
Taliban's traditional southern
stronghold. It has been the site
of several recent attacks, includ-
ing a car bombing Friday that
apparently targeted the city's
chief of police.
Earlier in the day, gunmen
killed the acting chief of the
eastern Khost province's Bak
district on his way to work. The
official, identified as Sayed
Mohammad, was shot by four
men wearing Afghan national
army uniforms as, he drove to
the office at about 9 a.m.,
provincial officials said.
Like Kandahar, Khost has
witnessed numerous insurgent
strikes, including a high-profile
suicide bombing at a remote
CIA outpost in late 2009. It is
located along the mountainous
border region with Pakistan
where the Haqqani network, a
group with ties to the Taliban
and al-Qaida, is known to oper-
ate. Taliban spokesman Zabi-
hullah Mujahid said the district
chief was targeted because of
his collaboration.with foreign
troops. U.S. and NATO cbm-
manders insist they are making
progress in the fight against the
Taliban and its allies. NATO
said it and Afghan security
forces detained several sus-
pected insurgents during a raid
Sunday targeting a Haqqani
.network leader responsible for-
coordinating bombings in
Khost province.
NATO also announced a
child was accidentally killed
during an air strike targeting
insurgent operations in the
southern Helmand province.
U.S. Army Col. Patrick Hynes
of the NATO Afghan mission's
joint command called the acci-
dent "deeply regrettable."
The U.S. hopes to solidify
gains against insurgents as it
prepares to begin drawing
down forces in July. NATO
aims to hand over responsibili-
ty for Afghanistan's security to
local forces and pull all its
troops out by 2014.
A New York University
report released Monday by
researchers based in Kandahar
argues that the Taliban's older
leadership is finding it increas-
ingly difficult to control insur-
gency efforts as their ranks thin
and their authority wanes.
The report says al-Qaida and
the Taliban remain separate
groups with distinct objectives
despite their shared opposition
to U.S.-led forces in the region.
But as the Taliban chain of
command weakens, they say
lower-level leaders are becom-
:ing more financially indepen-
dent and open to manipulation
by al-Qaida.


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bidder wins
* Finlayson confirms pizza
franchise spun-off if offer
for 51% majority control
succeeds, since non-core
* Adds looking at AML
alternatives, having talked
to Robin Hood and Phil's
Food Services
* Says consolidation
'essential', as 'Big Five'
players have just 55% of
$600m market


MARK FINLAYSON


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The potential acquirer of
a 51 per cent stake in AML
Foods yesterday confirmed
to Tribune Business that he
would look to sell-off its
Domino's Pizza franchise if
his bid was successful, argu-
ing that it was a distraction
to the company's core busi-
ness.
Mark Finlayson, head of
Trans-Island Traders, which
is seeking to acquire majori-
ty control via a $1.50 per
share tender offer, a 44 per
cent premium to the current
SEE page 4B


SRG 'revenue

stream' cover

for 100% rise

in Cable's fees
* BISX-listed communications
provider says 'incredible
increase' in regulatory fees,'
more than doubling by $4m
to $5-$6m
* Merger 'a big deal' in
shortening Cable's entrance to
fixed voice market by 6-8
months
* Sees wireless broadband
offering, and merged entity
'better able to compete'
against BTC/LIME
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
Cable Bahamas will
obtain a new revenue stream
from the Systems Resource
Group (SRG) merger that
will enable it to cover the
"incredible increase" in reg-
ulatory and licence fees,
which in 2010 increased by
around $4 million or more
than 100 per cent year-over-
year.
Barry Williams, the BISX-
listed communications
provider's vice-president of
finance, told Tribune Busi-
ness that Cable Bahamas'
total regulatory fees Utili-
ties Regulatory & Competi-
tion Authority (URCA)
fees, communications
licence fees and Business
Licence fees had increased
to $5-$6 million during its
2010 financial year.
Describing the merger with
SEE page 5B


CWC targets 36%




BTC price slash

* But warns privatised carrier could lose 30-40% market share in
cellular once that market liberalised in 2014
I Cable & Wireless unveils plans to aid Bahamian entrepreneurs,
with 5,000-plus TopUp locations and retail expansion from 26 to
56 stores
I Operational spending at BTC to fall by 20% in five years, from
$200m to $160m
M* RoaFring data usage to rise 130-150%, with data revenue per
subscriber likely to rise 80-90%
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor


PRIME MINISTER Hubert Ingraham in the House
yesterday.


The Bahamas Telecommunications Company
(BTC) will see price cuts of up to 36 per cent with-
'in three years across all services, its likely new
majority owner has pledged, even though experi-
ence in other Caribbean jurisdictions suggests it
could lose 30-40 per cent market share once its
cellular monopoly expires in three years.
The details were unveiled in Cable & Wireless
Communications (CWC) five-year business plan
for BTC, tabled in Parliament yesterday by Prime
SEE page 3B


BTC FACING 2010 18.3%

OPERATING INCOME FALL

*,Operating cash flow
in line to fall almost
,50%, with turnover off
5%
;' $1.9m BTC dividend
it ,^"-declared to pay-off'
Bluewater
Over $40m committed
by BTC on capital
Projects


PLACARD-WAVING:. People
make their case outside the
House yesterday.
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor.
The Bahamas Telecom-
munications Company's
(BTC) operating income
was projected to decline by
18.3 per cent to $84.612 mil-
lion for its recently com-
pleted 2010 financial year,
with operating cash flow
almost slashed in half -
falling 49 per cent from
$49.364 million in 2009 to
$25.224 million.
The projections, as at
November 30, 2010, were
included in Cable & Wire-
less Communicatioris
(CWC) five-year strategic
plan for BTC that was table
in the House of Assembly
yesterday, as the Govern-
ment confirmed the compa-
ny's purchase of a 51 per
cent majority stake,
although the transaction has
yet to close.
The financial projections
showed that BTC's total rev-
enues (turnover) were pro-
jected to decline by 5.4 per
cent from $360.768 million
in 2009 to $341.231 million,
with operating income also
declining from the previous
year's $103.539 million.
Operating income as a
percentage of total turnover
was projected to fall from
29 per cent in 2009 to 25 per
SEE page 4B


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ON PRIVATISED BTC
$4' ByALISON LOWE /
$4.75 Business Reporter Government to offer


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No more than 60 per cent
of the Bahamas Telecommu-
nications Company's (BTC)
profits will be paid out as div-
idends during the first two
years post-privatisation, the
Prime Minister said yester-
day, pledging that 9 per cent
or about $40 million of the
Government's remaining 49


SEE page 3B


9% stake,,worth $40m,
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',by year end'
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'holding out.

on better price

But bidder still confident offer will
'succeed'.
Tender launch delayed by need to
pacify ABDAB shareholders unhappy
with AML Foods acquisition plans
Fear that if deal happens, will lose out
on rental income and profits from two
potential new City Markets stores
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The formal launch of the $12 million tender offer to
take majority control at AML Foods has been delayed by
the principal's need to pacify Associated Bahamian Dis-
tillers and Brewers (ABDAB) shareholders opposed to
the deal, Tribune Business was told yesterday, with many
investors in the BISX-listed food retail group also hold-
ing out for a higher price than $1.50 per share.
Mark Finlayson, head of Trans-Island Traders, the
majority 78 per cent investor in City Markets, told Tri-
bune Business that shareholders in ABDAB, the com-
pany in which his family holds a 64 per cent equity inter-
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BOARDROOM DISCUSSION: BHA President Stuart Bowe leads a
boardroom discussion with Junior Hotelier students from Oakes
Field Primary School.
It is never too early to begin to shape young minds about
the many career and business opportunities in the world's
largest industry tourism, officials from the Bahamas Hotel
Association (BHA) believe.
As part of its activities to improve the quality of the
industry's current and future workforce, two years ago
BHA created the Junior Hotelier Programme, which is now
reaching more thaA 200 students annually.
Recently, some 30 students from the Oakes Field Prima-
ry School, led by teacher Joan Knowles-Turnquest, met in
the BHA Boardroom with
the organisation's presi-
dent, Stuart Bowe to dis-
cuss the industry; its impor- "I came away
tance, the range of oppor- from the-meeting
tunities and what it takes with the students
to succeed in the industry.
"You already have many most impressed
of the.tools you need to with their knowl-
succeed in our industry, edge of our busi-
you just need to know how
to use them," said Mr ness and feeling
Bowe, as he and the stu- confident about
dents talked about some of both their future
the more than 1,000 differ- and our industry's
ent tourism job and career
options available today in future.
the Bahamas.
"I came away from the'
meeting with the students Stuart Bowe
most impressed with their -
knowledge of our business
and feeling confident about both their future and our indus-
try's future," said Mr Bowe, who encouraged all young
Bahamians to set their sights high and strive to do their
best in school, in order to be prepared to seize the many
tourism sector opportunities.
Selected
BHA's Junior Hotelier, Program is open to students in
grades four to six and grade 12, who are selected based on
either results from an interest inventory combined with
Holland's RIASEC codes, or by recommendations from
teachers.
The program in now offered in Oakes Field, Centreville
& Stephen Dillet Primary Schools, and Anatol Rogers High
School. Its success requires an in-school partner who is will-
ing to facilitate the program with BHA's workforce devel-
opment team.
The objectives of the 10-week programme are to: explore
careers; meet with industry professionals to learn about
the industry; become aware of industry and guests' needs
and expectations; and link classroom learning and experi-
eniices to the workplace.
Students meet once a week with -industry professionals and
representatives from hotels, the BHA, the Ministry of
Tourism and Aviation, and the College of the Bahamas'
tourism program.
They also participate in a field trip to Dolphin Encounters,
Ardastra Gardens or the Bahamas National Trust, and
partner with a hotel for a shadow experience and tour of the
partner's property.


TALKING TOURISM: Students with a BHA banner.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2011, PAGE 3B


CWC targets CWC plans 'material improvement' at BTC

O/. RTC


price slash

FROM page 1B

Minister Hubert Ingraham,
which also outlined the compa-
ny's plan to expand BTC's
"retail footprint" from 26 to 56
locations via "a mix of flagship,
retail and store-in-store" loca-
tions.
Stating that the Family
Islands and Bahamian small
and medium-size enterprises
would "especially benefit from
this expansion"',', CWC added
that top-up locations would
increase to more than 5,000,
with "improved methods of
Top-Up".
And, outlining the rationale
for BTC's privatization, CWC
said: "BTC's overall revenue is
projected to decline at 1 per
cent per annum over five years,
driven mainly by the reduction
in roaming rates, voice services
(price reduction), counteract-
ed by growth in the take-up of
mobile data, enterprise and car-
rier and fixed broadband, TV
and Voice over Internet Pro-
tocol (VoIP).
"Absent the rapid deploy-
ment of new, largely data-based
services which CWC is able to
deliver, the projected decline
would be significantly greater,
and BTC would be unprepared
for competition in three years."
And the prospective new
majority owner added:
"Through our retail stores roll-
out and TopUp distribution
enhancement, new dealer
opportunities will become avail-
able to Bahamians, especially
in the Family Islands. We will
support current TopUp dealers
with marketing funds and
improve their margins with
technology advancements (such
as eTopUp and handset Top-
Up)."
Addressing the projected
business performance of BTC,
CWC projected that the staff
restructuring details of which
still have to be worked out -
would fall by 20 per cent over
the five years to 2015, falling
from almost $200 million at pre-
sent to around $160 million.
Pledging that "significant
capital expenditure" would be
invested in information tech-
nology, cellular and broadband
networks over the next five
years, CWC promised: "We
want to build BTC to a world
class operator offering broadest
coverage, most advanced fixed,
mobile and new era of com-
munications services at more
competitive prices, benefiting
the Bahamian people and econ-
omy."
Getting there, though, will
not necessarily be easy. CWC
acknowledged that Caribbean
benchmarks and experience
elsewhere showed that cellular
liberalisation in 2014 would see
BTC's market share in that cat-
egory drop by 30-40 per cent,
while average revenue per unit
(ARPU) in the fixed-landline
business "could be as great as
40 per cent four to five years
after liberalisation".
And, while roaming rates
were likely to fall after the
Bahamian communications
market was liberalised, CWC
said opportunities abounded,
with new operators, mobile
data, and smart phone growth
increasing market size by up to
10 per cent.
And, with the growth in data
services, ARPU growth in this
segment, aided by the intro-
duction of 3G/4G and smart-
phone technology was "likely
to increase by as much as 80-90
per cent"
"Roaming data usage per vis-
itor is likely to grow by 130-150
per cent within the next five
years," added CWC.
On cellular, CWC plans to
roll-out 3G/4G technology and
increase coverage, while
launching "value. added ser-
vices" such as MMS, pre-paid
Blackberry, mobile TV and
electronic banking from the
phone. Tariff rebalancing is
intended to combat price ero-
sion in BTC's international
calls, together with the bundling
of these products with national
voice products. CWC also plans
to improve BTC's broadband
Internet speed to 8 Megabytes
"minimum" and launch a pay
TV service, enabling it to go
head-to-head with Cable
Bahamas.
On the business front, CWC
aims to use BTC's existing
undersea fibre optic cables to
"drive carrier capacity sales" in
terms of traffic to Cuba, Haiti
and elsewhere. The Bahamas, it


added, would be positioned as a
"pivotal player" in terms of US
connectivity, with high speed
data networks to remote offices
"allowing businesses to improve
productivity and reduce costs".


Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net


Within a year's time customers
Telecommunications Company (E
"see a material improvement" ir
prices reduced and a wider varie
services offered through Cable an
nications' ownership, its Caribbe
said yesterday.
David Shaw, speaking at the Ca
the signing by the Government ai
Purchase Agreement and Sharel
legally-binding documents outlining
cent stake in BTC, said CWC has "g
its plate as it seeks to transform B
tionally-competitive telecommuni
It was announced that April 4 i
the Government and CWC expect
summate the deal, allowing CW
operations.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingrahai
fied the Government has found th
the Bahamas (in CWC), that telecom
erally will be improved, that costs
that we will be on the cutting edge
"From the Government's poi
absolutely satisfied that we are doin
Bahamas and for the Bahamian pec
ham at the press conference, whe
BTC Privatisation Committee, Pri
Committee, government minister

FROM page 1B

Bahamian investors "by the end
of this year".
Adding that Cable & Wire-
less Communications (CWC),
the prospective acquirer of a
51 per cent BTC stake, and its
Caribbean affiliate, LIME,
could buy equipment 20-30 per
cent cheaper than BTC through
their collective purchasing pow-
er, Hubert Ingraharm told the
House of Assembly that while
voluntary disengagement of a
.number of BTC employees
should take place "as soon as
practicable", 99 per cent of
BTC management staff will
remain Bahamian citizens.
There will be "substantial
Bahamian participation in the
management" of BTC under
CWC, which yesterday signed
the legal documents necessary
to facilitate its $210 million
acquisition of 51 per cent of
BTC. Meanwhile, Bahamians
will be afforded "meaningful
opportunities to work within
(CWC's) regional operations,"
said Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham.
"Cable & Wireless has fully
accepted our desire that BTC
willtremain, first- and foremost,
a Bahamian business .- focused
on the Bahamian communi-
ty. Based on their experiences
of the past, they know it needs
to be this to succeed," Mr
Ingraham told parliament.
BTC, under CWC, will also
become a major part of the
overall regional operations and
strategy of the CWC Group in
the Caribbean, rather than
merely an appendage to its oth-
er operations in the region, he
said. A "consumer call centre"
serving both CWC's Bahami-
an and other Caribbean cus-
tomers will be set up in the
Bahamas, noted Mr Ingraham.
The Prime Minister made
these comments as he provided
the most extensive explanation
yet for the Government's deci-
sion to choose CWC as a strate-
gic partner for BTC, and move
ahead with the company's pri-
vatisation despite opposition
from unions representing BTC
workers, the PLP and others.
He said the Government was
confident CWC, having com-
peted in liberalised telecom-
munications markets globally
and in 13 countries in the
Caribbean, is well placed to
prepare BTC for "fierce com-
petition" that will ensue with
full liberalisation of the cellular
market.
If it were not prepared in
such a way, with a strategic
partner who, like CWC, can
provided economies of scale
and alliances, BTC would "like-
ly not survive", he added, with
its high profits having been
derived from the lack of com-
petition it has so far faced.
The Prime Minister said
CWC/LIME has been able to
"deliver economic growth in
the countries where it operates,
and led the introduction of new
technology", with emphasis on
"value for money."
"We expect consumers and
businesses in the Bahamas to
be pleased with a new array of
products and services that
CWC will introduce; that is to
say, more services for less cost
We expect improved service,
quality of signals, coverage and
a reduction in the incidence of
dropped calls," said the Prime
Minister. Cable and Wireless
has submitted to the Govern-
ment a "robust" five-year busi-
ness plan, which was tabled in
parliament yesterday by the
Prime Minister.


Among the most significant
short-term changes to the
telecommunications landscape
under CWC going forward will


s and the Bahamas
3TC) will be able to
n the latter's, with
;ty of products and
d Wireless Commu-
Pan chief executive

ibinet Office during
nd CWC of a Share
holder Agreement,
g the sale of a 51 per
got a full agenda" on
TC into an interna-
cations provider.
s now the date that
ct to officially con-
C to take over its

m, said he was satis-
.e "right partner for
communications gen-
s will be lower, and
of technology".
int of view we are
.g what's best for the
ople," said Mr Ingra-
-re members of the
vatisation Advisory
s, CWC executives


60% DIV
be the launch of 3
works in the Baha
"very near future".
I "The Bahamas st:
on EDGE, which v
than ordinary GSM/
nections is consider
er, particularly for
3G or 4G. CWC pla
3G/4G and other t
here in the Bahamas
near future, provide
neous voice and hi
data services to yc
handsets," said Mr
Plans are also i
"expand and impro
broadband infrastrt
expectations that "
ly greater broadband
will be offered "to m
very soon"'
"It is a well-know
the better and fast
try's broadband net
the more productive
try is, the more
growth there is, an
jobs and business op
are granted he arc


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vhile faster
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data, than
n to launch
technology
in the very
ng simulta-
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our mobile
Ingraham.
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significant-
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wn fact that
er a coun-
:works are,
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economic
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opportunities
iped


Under the Memorandum of
Understanding signed between
the Government and CWC,
government will retain veto
power over certain decisions
relating to BTC, so long as it
holds 15 per cent of the com-
pany's issued share capital.
These include changes in own-
ership of the conipany's share
capital, any "material" acqui-'
sitions and borrowings over a
certain size. The Prime Minister
also revealed that the agree-
ment between CWC and the
Government provides for a
restriction on dividends for the
first two financial years follow-
ing completion of the sale.
'No more than 60 per cent
of BTC's profits will be distrib-
uted to the shareholders, which
of course includes Govern-
ment. This is important as BTC
needs to have a strong balance
sheet leading into competition,"
said Mr Ingraham.
The Prime Minister also


drew attend
ly large an
plan" curr
BTC, into
pays "on av
salaries evi
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the future
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future," sa
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ernment ha
any contri
which exc
total pensi
iting BTC'
future to
salary base
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operated b


and others were present. The Prime Minister said he
was pleased that chairman of the Privatisation Com-
mittee, T Baswell Donaldson, was able to "persuade
Cable and Wireless to step up to the plate (in 2010,
after) the two exercises undertaken in terms of bidding
resulted in unacceptable bids".
In a statement to the media after Mr Ingraham
spoke, Mr Shaw emphasised that in all countries it
operates, CWC seeks to deliver its services in a way
"totally in tune with the local culture".
However, he added that the Government has "cho-
sen us to help with the development of the industry
here", and said this will mean change, as it "puts the
customer at the heart of BTC."
Among those changes, in addition to completing
the network upgrade currently underway so new ser-
vices can be delivered "in this world of data that we are
now in", CWC, through BTC, plans to "introduce new
innovation and new products, whether that's TV, music
. or mobile commerce or faster broadband".
Mr Shaw said "prices are going to be very important"
as CWC seeks to "get off to a good start" in its first year
in charge, proving to customers that "things are going
to be different" at a privatised BTC.
"The tariff regime is pretty complicated, and so we
will look to simplify how the tariff structure works,
whether that's within islands, between islands, weekend,
peak and off-peak. So I think prices need to come
down and the simplicity of the tariff structure needs to
improve for the consumer," he said.
CWC will seek to expand the "platforms that we
provide for customers to access BTC", with this involv-
ing an expansion of BTC retail outlets both "in terms


A "significant increase in the
offering of smartphones (Black- V '
berry, ,,, ,., -B^ -'
at reasonable prices, along with ...
much faster mobile data ser- A N S BACH ER
vices", will enable delivery of A
music, mobile banking and tele- A t. 1 'L S
vision to handsets. Mr Ingra-
ham said such services would Ansbacher (Bahamas) Limited, a specialist in private banking,
be of particular benefit topeo- fiduciary services and wealth management has an opening for the
ple in the Family Islands who
may presently get "little or no position of
quality" TV services at present.
,Meanwhile, LIME is launch- MANAGER INTERNAL AUDIT
ing "TV over broadband"
throughout the Caribbean and
it is expected that this, too, will Reporting to: Audit & Finance Committee & the Managing Director
be rolled out in The Bahamas.
Convenience should be e-
enhanced through an expan- Responsbilities:
sion of places and options by* Performing risk-based internal audits in all areas of the bank
which customers will be able to
choose to "top-up" their
phones with credit/minutes. Developing audit work programmes based on risk assessment
Additionally, it is intended that drawn from risk matrices
BTC customers will be able to
buy their phones and connect
to BTC services in one fell Producing reports for review by the Audit & Finance Committee
swoop from a BTC store in the 8t Management
"very near future".
More roaming agreements
for BTC customers travelling Performing process improvement reviews and reviews of new
abroad and visitors to the systems implemented
Bahamas will increase both
BTses incommunie from roaming Assisting external auditors during any special reviews and
activity," added Mr Ingraham. investigations
"Given the large and growing
tourism business of the Core competencies:
Bahamas, it makes sense that ore competencies:
BTC should improve its ability
to capture this source of rev- Bachelor's Degree and hold a professional certification in
enue. The cost of roaming will accounting or banking
also go down because of
CWChe" saidtrohuc PrimeoMinis- Minimum of five years' audit experience in a public accounting
new types of services offered firm or financial services company
by BTC will allow it to mitigate
against theloss of revenuesthat Knowledge of banking operations including credit operations and
will result from increased com-
petition in the cellular market, fiduciary services
set to occur in the next three
or more years. Analytical capability
Meanwhile, customer service
provided by BTC will be
enhanced in terms of both qual- Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc) and
ity and speed as a result of knowledge of banking systems
"more efficient systems,
processes, and training" Strong written and verbal communication skills
brought about by CWC's own-
'ership, suggested the Prime
Minister. Knowledge of regulatory guidelines
Development of BTC's infra-
structure will benefit going for-
ward from Cable and Wireless's All interested and qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and
enhanced purchasing power, resume to the attention of:
which equates to the ability to
purchase telecoms-related Human Resources
equipment at around 20 to 30
per cent less than BTC is able Ansbacher (Bahamas) Limited
to. Other synergies will come Nassau, Bahamas
to fruition in the form of "pro- E-mail: vacancies@ansbacher.bs
curement savings, administra-

tion and sort network omenta- The deadline for all applications is Friday February 11, 2011


nations support, advan
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of the number of physical store locations, as well as in
the number of ways of topping up mobile credit", said
Mr Shaw. Meanwhile, a "more full suite of business ser-
vices" are intended to be offered by the company to
Bahamian companies within the first year post-acqui-
sition. General improvements in service levels, which
Mr Shaw said BTC has already made "really good
strides in", will also be expanded upon in year one.
He said that as, or more important, than capital
investments in BTC in the first year, will be greater
focus being brought to bear on the branding and mar-
keting of the company.
The potential of a name change for the company
will be explored, and a determination made based on
input from customers, he added.
"I think the business needs more investment in the
brand, its marketing, its distribution footprint, So I
'think we'll be looking to go a bit more into that side of
things," said Mr Shaw, adding that he was optimistic
that "in a year's time both the consumers and the busi-
ness will look back and see a material improvement" in
the company and the service it provides.
Mr Shaw declined to go into any details about the
extent of downsizing that CWC will be targeting for
BTC, mentioning only that it has agreed with the Gov-
ernment that the staff separation will be "voluntary".
"We've got some initial views, which we've been
working with the BTC management on. We are keen
and anxious to talk to both the union leadership about
the details of the voluntary scheme, as well as our col-
leagues in BTC, and until we have done both of those
things it would be premature to go into too much more
detail," said Mr Shaw.
S ED BT to new entrants," said the
SED BTC Prime Minister.
EDBT The acquisition of BTC by
Sto the "extreme- Cable and Wireless is now set
id generous pension to become effective around
.d generous pension, April 4, with the transaction
rently managed by still subject to scrutiny by Par-
which the company liament, the Central Bank and
average, 20 per cent of the Utilities Regulation and
ery year". Competition Authority
petitor of BTCs in (URCA). The Prime Minister
will likely pay such tabled in parliament for the
tensions, and "itwast opposition and the public's con-'
ssential that the pen- gumption the Share Purchase
cost be reduced to a Agreement, Shareholders'
etitive level for BTC Agreement, Shareholders'
ard under the new outlining the telecommunica-
with CWC, while tions "Sector Policy and
e time not impacting Amendments". These docu-
s of current employ- ments will also be made avail-
pensioners in the able for public perusal online.
id Mr Ingraham. Secondary documents tabled
s reason, the Gov- include a "Know-How/Trade
as agreed it will pay Mark Licence Agreement",
butions to the plan Support Services Agreement,
eed 10 per cent of Cable & Wireless Agreement,
enable salaries, inh- Disclosure Letter, Memoran-
s pension cost in the dum& Articles and a copy of
10 per cent of its the Memorandum of Under-
. standing between the govern-
irrent pension plan meant and BTC.
y BTC will be closed








PAGE B, WDNESAY, EBRUAY 9,011UHEITNBUS


AML investors 'holdit




out' on better price


FROM page 1B

est, had objected to the AML Foods
deal on the grounds that they could
potentially lose rental income from
properties their firm owns.
This is because City Markets would
open three Super Centres in properties
owned by ABDAB on JFK
Drive/Bethel Avenue and East-West
Highway in Nassau, and on the
Queen's Highway in Freeport if the
supermarket chain remains a stand-
alone.
This would generate profit and rev-
enue yields for ABDAB shareholders
as a result of the leases City Market


we're running into is that a number of
those shareholders are trying to get
more per share for each of their
shares."
Tribune Business has been informed
by reliable sources that some of AML
Foods' bigger investors are holding out
for an offer of $3 per share and
upwards, more than double 100 per
cent greater than Mr Finlayson's $1.50
per share offer, which represents col-
lectively about $4 million more than
the stock is currently trading at on
BISX.

Offer


ty is going to step in soon." Mr Fin-
layson said his offer represented "quite
a premium", pointing out that AML
Foods' net book value was $0.95-$0.97
per share, and the enterprise value was
1.17-$1.20 per share. .
Telling Tribune Business he was con-
'fident the tender offer would "suc-
ceed", Mr Finlayson said his attorney,
PLP Senator Jerome Fitzgerald; was
yesterday in Abaco talking to investors
who held 10 per cent of AML Foods'
shares.
"The most important thing in this is
not Price 1 or Price 2," he added.
"These guys want to sell. I am con-
stantly talking to every one of these
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would enter into yet, if Mr Finlayson And Mr Finlayson yesterday .ren.ers anuor .irrepresena-
acquires majority control at AML explained that his tender offer would ties, large and-small shareholders, and
Foods, the need for the East-West not work if he had to pay more than I can tell you that since we announced
Highway and Queen's Highway sites $12 million to gain 51 per cent majori- this we've been fielding phone calls
disappears, given the proximity of ty control, since "this was the sum he and meeting with people every day. I
existing Solomon's SuperCentre stores. would have to invest to open the three think.this is going to succeed assoon as
Therefore, ABDAB investors would City Markets Super Centres anyway. we get the ABDAB shareholders sort-
only benefit from one City Markets "I think they've gotten together ad ed out and make them happy." ,
store lease. are holding out for a bigger price, but Mr Finlayson said AML Foods
Explaining that addressing the con- our position is that it's only worth the chairman Dionisio D'Aguilar was "kid-
cerns of ABDAB shareholders was his $1.50 to us from a cash point," he told ding himself" with his recent comments
main priority, Mr Finlayson told Tri- Tribune Business. about the confidence the company's
bune Business he was "confident" a "That $12 million we were going to larger shareholders had in existing
fair solution could be worked out to invest in expanding our business any- management and the future.
satisfy their concerns and enable the way, so for us it does no work going He also told Tribune Business that
AML Foods tender offer to move for- over $12 million. It's best to invest in he had received no. communication
ward. our company's properties and.move from the Securities Commission about
And he revealed another difficulty forward with those, rather than spend having until this Friday to release the
presently being encountered: "We're more than $12 million for AML. It's AML Foods tender offer, as Mr
talking to a number of the larger just not worth our while going beyond D'Aguilar had said, and added of the
[AML] shareholders. The problem $1.50 per share. chairman: "It wouldn't be the first time
"It's like a haggle process, but reali- that he has been incorrect."


BT FACING 2010 18.3% OPERATING INCOME FALL


INSIGH



-otesoie


FROM page 1B

cent last year. Operating
cash flow as a percentage of
turnover fell from 14 per
cent to just 7 per cent.
Meanwhile, capital spend-.
ing by BTC increased from
$54.175 million to $59.389
million, growth of 9.6 per
cent. Capital spending as a
percentage of total turnover


rose from 15 per cent to 1-7
percent. ,

Capital
Elsewhere, it was dis-
closed that BTC has some-
$40.535 million in existing
capital commitments on
active projects as at January
25,2011, with some $25.632
million committed on pur-
..chases from suppliers.
The .documents also dis-
"'losed that BTC last year,
on August' 19, declared a
$1.9 million dividend solely
for the purpose of paying,


previous' suitor, Bluewater
Ventures, their "out of,
,pocket costs and expenses"
for the periodOctober 2005-
March 2008, as per the,
agreement with the Gov-.
ernment to settle their arbi-
tration dispute.
This was filed after,the
Ingraham administration
discontinued talks with
Bluewater over their offer
to purchase 49 per cent of
BTC for$260Q million ($225
million up, front),-a Letter
of Intent having been agreed
with the former PLP admin-
istration.


Domino's sold-off If



AML bidder wins

FROM page 1B
$1.04 stock price, replied: "That is absolutely for sure" when
asked by this newspaper whether he planned to spin-off
Domino's Pizza to new owners if his acquisition bid proved
successful.
He explained to Tribune Business that Domino's Pizza would
"bring a lot more value" to a private company or group of
entrepreneurs, rather than being part of a larger public com-
pany, while his focus as City Markets' majority 78 per cent
owner was on the food retailing and grocery business.
"We've been around a little while and know what it is to lose
focus," Mr Finlayson said. "We're focused on the food, gro-
ceries business, and feel someone else will bring a lot more val-
ue to that franchise."
It is difficult to determine how big a percentage of AML
Foods' $65.955 million in sales for the nine months to end-
October 2010 that Domino's Pizza accounts for, the vast major-
ity of this sum likely coming from the core food business at
Solomon's SuperCentre and'Cost Right.
The pizza franchise also likely accounts for a relatively small
fraction of AML Foods' $904,000 in net income generated for
the first nine months of its financial year ending January 31,
2011. However, the strategy being advanced by AML Foods'
Board and current management is to expand the company's
franchise business, and it is currently in talks to bring another
such business to the Bahamas.

Initial
Gavin Watchorn, AML Foods' chief executive and presi-
dent, told Tribune Business last week: "We are in the initial dis-
cussion stages of bringing another franchise to the Bahamas.
We've made contact, are smiling across the dance floor, and that
will move ahead slowly but steadily."
Declining to name the potential franchise, other than to
confirm it was "definitely" a food brand, Mr Watchorn said it
was difficult to put a timeline on when the negotiations would
conclude, given the processes involved in dealing with major US
companies.
"We need a couple 'of months to talk to, them, anid have a
good idea of whether we will do it or not," Mr Watchorn said.
Meanwhile, Mr Finlayson yesterday told Tribune Business
that consolidation among the major players in the Bahamian
food retailing industry was "essential", explaining that the
proliferation of' neighbourhood food stores had fragmented
the $600 million per annum market and left the 'Big Five' with
around a 55 per cent combined share.",
,Headded that it was "'no secret" that he had been exploring
alternatives to an AML Foods acquisition/merger, having
'talked to both Phil's Food Services and Sandy Schaefer's Robin
Hood about consolidation possibilities.
S"I think it's essential for all of us in this market," Mr Fin-
layson said of consolidation. "If you take Phil's and Sandy's
operation, and our operation and SuperValue and AMlL, com-
bined it only comes to 55 per cent of the market, and that's get-
ting smaller and smaller every day.
"There has to be some consolidation among the Big Five to
move ahead. I don't think it's been a secret that we have been
in talks with Phil's. and also with Sandy .
"If you think about it, they are as bid as AML. Sandy did
about $26 million last:year before he did.the new store, and
Phil's did $35 million in food alone. That's $60 million, and
AML very roughly does $70 million in food.
"That's an alternative we've been taking a look at. It's clean-
er in the sense that there's no Domino's or heavy concentration
on the big ticket items, TVs and so forth."


IDSCUSS STORIESONTHISPAG G T


'.7-4


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS '2010:
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity Division CLE/qui/00775

IN THE MATTER OF the Quieting Titles Act, 1959

AND

IN THE MATTER OF the Petition of
BRENETTA MAE JOHNSON

/ AND
IN TtE MATTER OF ALL THAT Tract of land containing Five
Tho sand Three hundred and twenty-four square feet (5,324) be-
ingLot Number 542 and situate on the North-Eastern junction of
M6onshine Drive and Windward Isle Way In Golden Gates No.
2'Subdivision the Western District of the Island of New Provi-
/dence, The Bahamas
NOTICE .

The Petition of BRENETTA MAE JOHNSON' of the Western .
District of the Island of New Prov.idence one of. the Islands of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of:-
ALL THAT Tract of land containing Five Thousand Three Hun-
dred and twenty-four square feet (5,324) being Lot Number 542
and situate on the North-Eastern junction of Moonshine Drive
and Windward Isle Way In Golden Gates No. 2 Subdivision the'
Western District of the Island of New Providence, The Bahamas
and bounded North by lot Number 541 and running thereon One
Hundred (100.00) feet South by a road reservation Moonshine "
Drive Thirty-six (36.00) Feet wide East by land the property of
the Petitioner and running thereon Fifty and Sixty-two (50.62).
feet West by a road reservation, Windward Isle Way, Forty feet
wide (40.00) Brenetta Mae Johnson claims to be the. owner of
the fee simple estate in possession of the said piece or parcel
of land free from incumbrances. And the Petitioner has made
application, to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1999 to
have title to the said piece parcel or tract of land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and declared in a
'Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with
provisions of the said Act.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having a. dower or
right to Dower or an Adverse Claim or a claim not recognized
in the Petition shall on before the expiration of Thirty (30) days
after the final publication of these presents file in the Supreme
Court and serve on the Petitioner or the. undersigned a Statement
of his claim in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be
filed therewith. Failure of any such person to file and serve an
Adverse Claim on or before the expiration of Thirty (30) days.
after the final publication of these presents will operate as a bar
to such claim.
Copies of the Petition and filed plan of the said land may be
inspected at:
1. The Registry of the Supreme Court, Nassau,
2. The Chambers of Messrs Mangra & Co., No. 20 Parlia-
ment Street.

Dated the 12th day of April, A.D. 2010
Mangra & Co.
No. 20 Parliament Street
Nassau, N.P.
The Bahamas


GN1177


GOVERNMENT NOTICE
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
THE PRICE CONTROL ACT, 1971
CHAPTER 339
THE PRICE CONTROL (GASOLINE & DIESEL OIL)
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 2002

The public is advised that prices as shown in the Schedule for DIESEL OIL sold by
ESSO Standard Oil S.A. Limited and LEAD FREE GASOLINE sold by CHEVRON (TEXACO)
Bahamas Ltd. will become effective on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, and DIESEL OIL sold by
CHEVRON (TEXACO) Bahamas Limited will become effective on Thursday, February 10, 2011.

S C H E D U L E
MAXIMUM WHOLESALE SELLING MAXIMUM
PRICE PER U.S. GALLON RETAIL
MAXIMUM MAXIMUM SELLING PRICE
PLACE ARTICLE SUPPLIERS' DISTRIBUTORS' PER U.S.
PRICE PRICE GALLON
PART A
NEW PROVIDENCE INCLUDING SEA FREIG H T
TEXACO Bahamas LEAD FREE 4.25 4.25 4.69
Ltd. DIESEL OIL 4.03 403 4.22
ESSO DIESEL OIL 4.24 4:24 4.43
PART
GRAND BAHAMA INCLUDING SEA F R.E I HT
(NOT FREEPORT) .
TEXACO Bahamas LEAD FREE 4.15 4.31 4.73
Ltd. DIESEL OIL 1391 4.07 4.26
ESSO }DIESEL OIL 4.12 4.28 4.47
PART D
ABACO,ANDROS NOT INCLUDING :SEA FREIGHT
ELEUTHERA
TEXACO Bahamas LEAD FREE 4.25 4.46 4.85
Ltd. DIESEL OIL ,4.04 420 4.39,
ESSO DIESEL OIL 4 25 4.41 4.60
PART E
ALL OTHER NOT INCLUDING SEA FREIGHT
FAMILY ISLANDS
TEXACO Bahamas LEAD FREE 4.26 4.48 4.88
Ltd. DIESEL OIL 4.05 4.20 4.40
ESSO LEAD FREE 4.26 4.41 4.61


PERMANENT SECRETARY


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I T UW E FB R 2 ,G


SRG 'revenue stream'



cover for 100 per cent



rise in Cable's fees,


FROM page 1B rently in the marketplace.
"We thing we can bring a retooling of ser-
vices out there, the quality of service, and
the IndiGo Networks provider as "a big deal" think we can bring excellent customer sup-
for Cable Bahamas, Mr Williams said: "We port. We have been in business for 16 years,
have made no secret of our desire to get into and have a very good track record on cus-
the voice business for a number of years, and tomer service and quality service."
this decision to allow the merger with URCA Mr Williams told Tribune Business that
and our compliance with the Significant Mar- Cable Bahamas' entry into the Bahamian
ket Power (SMP) obligations allows us to do fixed-line voice services market via the SRG
that. merger offered consumers choice, and added:
"It means for us a new revenue stream, "We are an alternative as a merged entity.
which is good for future growth. We've taken We think we will provide a very competitive
on a lot of additional expenses, URCA fees choice to what is currently in the marketplace."
and communications fees, and no additional One immediate benefit will be seen by
revenue has come to the company. That ulti- Eleuthera residents, who will for the first time
mately put us at a disadvantage." be able to choose between SRG and BTC
But now URCA's approval of the SRG when it comes to fixed-line voice services..
merger, allowing Cable Bahamas to immi-SRG currently only operates on New
nently enter the fixed-line voice services mar- While SRG currently only operates on New
ket by acquiring an existing business and cus- Providence, Grand Bahama and Abaco, Cable
tomer base, "contributes a revenue stream Bahamas'fibre optic cable system covers those
that allows us to cover these costs that, in the three territories plus Eleuthera, enabling it to
short-term, we did not have an avenue to do". also provide phone services there.
Asked by Tribune Business how much the Mr Williams said Cable Bahamas' existing
fee increases had impacted Cable Bahamas, infrastructure covered 95 per centof the
Mr Williams responded: "They've probably Bahamian population, and he told Tribune
added altogether, because there's at least three Business that the SRG merger had shortened
of them, URCA fees, Communications fees the company's entry run-up into the fixed-line
and Business Licence fees, in the neighbour- market by some six to eight months.
hood of $5-$6 million. He explained that: with BTC still in the
"That's the total. The increase is about in the throes of completing s.Reference Access and
neighbourhood of $4 million, above and Interconnection Offer radio) had Cable
beyond. It's an incredible increase. It is an Bahamas been forced to enter the fixed-line
extremely high cost. Obviously, there's also voice market by itself, it would then have to
the issue of us having to pay it upfront, which negotiate an interconnection agreemeflt with
we've also commented on. It's a real burden, the state-owned incumbent something that
and hopefully something can be done about would depend on the level of co-operation
it." between the two parties and the technical
Mr Williams said that while Cable Bahamas details of the talks.
had yet to release its year-end 2010 financial, Mr Willliams suggested that this process
they would show "well over a 100 per cent would take six-eight months, but would be
increase in fees as compared to previous eliminated by the merger, since SRG had the
years", priceless attribute of being the one carrier
The acquisition of SRG's wireless network, with an existing interconnection agreement
Mr Williams added, would enable Cable with BTC.
Bahamas to explore offering new products The Cable Bahamas executive added that
and services, such as wireless broadband Inter- the two companies were likely to close their*
net,to' the Bahamian public that it otherwise merger within "the next few weeks", and while
would not have done. there were "no immediate plans" to change the
"There are quite a number of benefits," he SRG or IndiGo names, or move their loca-
added. "There's benefits on both sides of the tion, the long-term strategy was still being
merger in terms of what SRG brings to the finalised.
table and what Cable Bahamas brings to the Mr Williams said the merged Cable
table. We believe the merged entity will be Bahamas/SRG was "very confident" it would
'Vetteriable tai compete against the voice ser- .be able to compete against a privatised BTC
voices :of -BC, .and. also- believe we have an and its-strategic partner, Cable & Wireless
opportunity to additional services not ciur-'- Communications (CWC) bYLIME.





Foreclosures raise US economic stress


MARTIN CRUTSINGER,
Associated Press
MIKE SCHNEIDER,
Associated Press
The nation's economic stress
inched up in December because
higher foreclosures outweighed
lower unemployment, accord-
ing to The Associated Press'
monthly analysis.
Bankruptcy levels remained
largely unchanged from
November. But the depressed
housing market took a toll.
Foreclosure rates rose in 33
states, most sharply in Utah,
New Jersey, Nevada and Ari-
zona. Most analysts expect the
economy to gain momentum
this year, in part because of a
tax-cut package that lowers
workers' Social Security taxes
and puts more money in their
paychecks. But two straight
months of higher stress to end
2010 marked a setback after the
nation's economic-pain had
eased since the start of last year,
the AP Economic Stress Index
showed.
The AP's index calculates a
score from 1 to 100 based on
unemployment, foreclosure and
bankruptcy rates. A higher
. score signals more stress. Under
a rough rule of thumb, a coun-
ty is considered stressed when
its score exceeds 11.
The average county's score
in December was 10.4, up from
10.3 in November. Slightly
more than 40 percent of the
nation's 3,141 counties were
deemed stressed, up slightly
from November.
For all of 2010, economic
stress eased in every state but
five: Colorado, Florida, Geor-
gia, Nevada and Utah. Stress
fell most sharply in the Great
Lakes states and the Southern
states of Alabama, Mississippi
and Tennessee. Those states
have large manufacturing bases,
and the AP analysis showed
that stress dropped most in
counties with large proportions
of workers in manufacturing.
U.S. manufacturers are final-
ly adding jobs after years of
shrinking their payrolls. They
added 136,000 workers last
year, the first net increase since


1997. And in January, the man-
ufacturing sector added 49,000
jobs the most in any month
since August 1998. .
For 2010, the sharpest,
increases in economic stress
occurred in counties with heavy
concentrations of real estate
workers. Nevada was again by
far the most troubled state with
a Stress score of 22.56. It was
followed by Florida (16.47),
California (16:36), Georgia
(14.5) and Arizona (14.46).
Among those five, only
Nevada's Stress score rose from
November to December.
And once again, the healthi-
est states were in the Plains and
New England. North Dakota
had the lowest Stress score in
December: 4.65. It was followed
by Nebraska (5.38), South
Dakota (5.69), Vermont (6.19)
and New Hampshire (6.95).,

Sunk
Nationally, the unemploy-
ment rate has sunk over the
past two months, from 9.8 per-
cent in November to 9 percent
in January. But hiring remains
weak because employers still
lack confidence in the econo-
my. Most analysts say the tax-
cut deal that took effect this
year will help. Extra take-home
pay could lead consumers -
who fuel about 70 percent of
. the economy to spend more.
"The tax deal provides the
economy with some significant
juice that will lead to better
growth, better job creation and
lower unemployment," said
Mark Zandi, chief economist
at Moody's Analytics.
In December, stress
increased the most in the West.
That was due primarily to wors-
ening bankruptcies and fore-
closures. Foreclosures in the
nation's hardest hit communi-
ties in California and Florida
have dipped in recent months.
But they've risen in areas like
Seattle; Salt Lake City; Albu-
querque, N.M.; and Greeley,
Colo.
In December, Georgia joined
the list of five most-stressed
states for the first time, and


Michigan emerged from the list
for the first time. The Stress
Index's calculations date to
October 2007.
Michigan is benefiting from
having missed the real' estate
bubble and'bust. It's also man-
aged its budget better than
most other high-stress states
have. Job hemorrhaging has
bden stanched, in part because
. of a more stable manufactur-
ing sector. The state is expected
to end 2011 with job gains for
the first time in nearly a decade.
Many of the new jobs are in
health care and professional'
services, though manufacturing
is also adding jobs thanks to
demand from overseas, said
Hari Singh, an economist at
Grand Valley State University
in Grand Rapids, Mich.
"MNanufacturing is definitely
having a turnaround," Singh
said. In Georgia,; the unem-
ployment rate has risen steadi-
ly since July. So.have foreclo-
sures and bankruptcy filings.
Georgia has the second-high-
est bankruptcy rate at about 2.2
percent, trailing only Nevada.,
It's also saddled with the sev-
enth-highest foreclosure rate.
Its troubles stem from the
state's real estate boom and col-
lapse, said Rajeev Dhawan. an
economist at Georgia State
University.
"Bankruptcies and foreclo-
sures are the side effects of the
damage from the real estate
bust," Dhawan said. "First, you
have the real estate problem,
and then it's going to spill over
into bankruptcies and foreclo-
sures. That is what has been
happening in Georgia."
In December, the most eco-
nomically stressed counties with
populations of at least 25,000
were Imperial County, Calif
(32.39); Lyon County, Nev.
(27.56); Nye County, Nev.
(25.91); Merced County, Calif.
(25.37); and Yuma County,
Ariz. (25.34).
The healthiest counties
according to the Stress Index
were Ellis County, Kan. (3.48);
Buffalo County, Neb. (3.74);
Ford County, Kan. (3.95); Ward
County, N.D. (4.02); and Sioux
County, Iowa (4.12).


OVERSEASNEWBS I


Britain hikes tax rate on



banks to raise 2.5B pounds


(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
TAX RATE HIKE: A billboard for tourists shows the Bank of England, as it s seen on the background, in
Loridon's City financial district, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011. The Bank of England is today expected to resist
pressure to hike UK interest rates despite fears over surging inflation and commodity prices. Policymakers
are unlikely to raise the Bank's base rate, which is at an all-time low of 0.5%, for fear of jeopardising the
feeble economic recovery. However some economists think the Bank will have to act soon in order to con-
trol inflation, which hit 3.3% as measured by the consumer price index (CPI) in November, fuelled by the
rising cost of food, clothes and oil.


ROBERT BARR,
Associated Press
LONDON


Britain is increasing its bank
levy to raise 2.5 billion pounds
($4 billion) this year as a pay-
back for taxpayers' support of
the sector during the credit cri-
Ssis'.. . .
The government said it acted
because of the recent financial
strength of the banks, but
bankers were unsettled by the
move while their critics
demanded even higher taxes.
The government had
planned to phase-in thelevy to
raise 1.7 billion pounds this year
and move toward the target of
2.5 billion pounds in 2012.
Treasury- chief George
Osborne said Tuesday the rate
was being raised now because
banks were in a stronger posi-
tion than had been believed


when the legislation was draft-
ed. "We can move more quick-
ly to the full rate and that's
exactly what I have just
announced," he said
The levy 0.075 percent on
bank balance sheets is
intended to make a contribu-
tion to public finances, which
were hurt by the deep reces-
sion trigged by the credit cri-
sis.
' It replaces a one-year, 50 per-
cent tax on bank executives'
bonuses which was imposed by
the previous government.
"The banks themselves
understand they need to make
a fair contribution to the eco-
nomic recovery," Osborne said.
.Graeme Leach, chief econo-
mist at the Institute of Direc-
tors, said that increases in the
levy posed a risk of undermin-
ing the competitiveness of
British financial companies.


"Today's announcement of
a further increase of 800 mil-
lion pounds in the levy confirms
our initial concern; let's hope
it's the last increase," Leach
said.
The government remains in
negotiations with the banks to
have them commit a certain
amount of lending to small and
medium-sized businesses.
The Financial Times report-
ed Tuesday that the annual
lending target is likely to be 190
billion pounds, up from 175 bil-
lion this year.
The newspaper said the
negotiations known as Pro-
ject Merlin are also expected
to produce some agreement on
disclosure for the highest
bonuses paid by banks.
The British Bankers' Asso-
ciation said the levy will hit
hardest on the country's global
banks.


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U U


SUPREME COURT

COMMONWEALTH OF THE IjAHAMEC 0 7 20 0 01O/CLE/gen/00985

IN THE SUPREME COURT NASSAU, BAHAMAS

BETWEEN:


(1) WELLINGTON UNDERWRITING AGENCIES LTD
(2) HARDY UNDERWRITING LIMITED
(3) AMLIN UNDERWRITING LTD
(4) MANAGING AGENCY PARTNERS LTD
(5) CHARLES ANTHONY STAPLETON FRANKS
(6) QBE CORPORATE LTD
(7) ZURICH SPECIALTIES LONDON LIMITED
(8). SOVAG UK BRANCH


And -

(1) CARIB USA SHIPLINES (BAHAMAS) LIMITED
(2) RO RO COMPANY LIMITED
(3) SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT SERVICE LIMITED
(4) THOMAS HANNA


Plaintiffs


Defendants


ORDER .



DATED the 7 day ofDecember, A.D., 2010


BEFORE The Deputy Register of ihe Supreme Court Mr. Emrie Wallace, in Chambers on the.
Third Floor British American Building, Marlborough Street, Nassau, Bahamas


AND UPON READING the Affidavit ofKeino Demeritte filed on the 23" day of September,
A.D., 2010


AND UPON HEARING Tracy A.A.A Ferguson of Counsel for the Plaintiffs


IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that service of a copy of this Order and a copy of the Writ of
Summons in this action by inserting an advertisement of such Order and Writ of Summons in
the newspapers The Nassau Guardian and the Tribune twice each and by serving a copy of the
said Writ of Summons and this Order in a sealed envelope addressed to the Fourth Defendant
with the crew of the M/V "VI-NAIS" and by serving a copy of the said Writ of Summons on
the Fourth Defendant's place of business, Consolidated Marine Group, shall be good and
sufficient service of the said Writ of Summons on the Fourth Defendant and that service shall
be deemed to have been effected on the second date of publication of the said advertisement.
and that the time for acknowledgement of service shall be within fourteen (14) days from such
date.

BY ORDER OFTHE COURT




S. REGISTRAR


This Order was drawn by Messrs. Callenders & Co, One Millars Court, Nassau, The
Bahamas, Counsel and Atlomeys for the Plaintiffs




COMMONWEALTH OF THE IAHAM ti 6 '2 2010

IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/gen00985

B ETWEE N:

(1) WELLINGTON UNDERWRITING AGENCIES LTD
(2) HARDY UNDERWRITING LIMITED
(3) AMLIN UNDERWRITING LTD
(4) MANAGING AGENCY PARTNERS LTD
(5) CHARLES ANTHONY STAPLETON FRANKS
(6) QBE CORPORATE LTD
(7) ZURICH SPECIALTIES LONDON LIMITED
(8) SOVAG UK BRANCH

Plaintiffs

SAND

(1) CARIB USA SHIPLINES (BAHAMAS) LIMITED
(2) RO RO COMPANY LIMITED
(3) SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT SERVICE LIMITED
(4) THOMAS FIANNA

Defendants

ELIZABETH II, by the Grace of God, Queen of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and of her
other realms and territories, Head of the Commonwealth

TO: CARIB USA SHIPLINES (BAHAMAS) LIMITED
No. 10 United Building, '
Soldier Road West,
Nassau, Bahamas .

RO RO COMPANY LIMITED
c/b Mr. Thomas Hanna,
No. 10 United Building,
Soldier Road West,
Nassau, Bahamas

SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT SERVICE LIMITED
c/o Mr. Thomas Hanna,
No. 10 United Building,
Soldier Road West,
Nassau, Bahamas
THOMAS HANNA
No. 10 United Building,
Soldier Road West,
Nassau, Bahamas

WE COMMAND YOU That within fo een days after service of this Writ on you, inclusive of
the day of such service, you do cause an apearance to be entered for you in an action at the suit
of

WELLINGTON UNDERWRIt HTING AGENCIES LTD.
HARDY UNDERWRITING L MITED
AMLIN UNDERWRITING LD
MANAGING AGENCY PAR ERS LTD
CHARLES ANTHONY STAP ETON FRANKS
QBE CORPORATE LTD
ZURICH SPECIALTIES LONDON LIMITED
SOVAG UK BRANCH
c/o Callenders & Co., '
One Millars court,
Nassau, Bahamas,


And take notice that in default of your so doing the Plaintiff may proceed therein, and judgment
may be given in your absence.
Witness, Sir Michael Barnett, Our Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas the
10th day of July in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Ten.
REGISTRAR
N.B. -This Writ is to be served within twelve calendar months from the date hereof or, if
renewed, within six calendar months from the date of the last renewal, including the
day of such date, and not afterwards.

The defendant may enter appearance personally or by attorney either by handin in
the appropriate forms, duly completed, at the Registry of the Supreme Court, 2
Floor, Ansbacher House, East Street in the City of Nassau on the Island of New
Providence, or by sending them to that office by post.

If the defendant enters an appearance he must also deliver a defence to the attorney for the
Plaintiff within fourteen days from the last day of the time limited for appearance, unless
such time is extended by the Court or a Judge; otherwise judgment may be entered against
him without notice, unless he has in the meantime been served with a summons for
judgment.
STATEMENT OF CLAIM

1. As a result of litigation between the Plaintiffs and the First Defendant ("Carib") in the

United Kingdom, a judgement was entered in the English High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench

Division, Commercial Court on 4h" May, 2007 ("the English Judgement").

2. By an Order of this Honourable Court dated 27* November, 2007, the English Judgement

was registered as a Judgement within the Commonwealth of the Bahamas whereby it was held

that Carib was ordered to pay the Plaintiffs:

(a) the principle sum of Four hundred and Thirteen thousand Seven hundred and

Thirty-two pounds sterling and Ninety-three pence (413,732,193) in costs ("the

Assessed Costs");

(b) intereston the Assessed Costs front 4" May, 2007;

(c) fixed costs assessment fee of One hundred and Thirty pounds sterling (130.00)

("the. Assessment Fee"); and

(d) interest on the Assessment Fee from 19"' September, 2007.
3. As is required under Chapter 77 of the Reciprocal Enforcement Judgement Act and the

Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgement Rules, the Plaintiffs served Carib at their registered office,

their principal business office and also at the office of their local legal advisor with a copy of the

following documents:
(a) the ex parte Order of Mr. Justice Faizool Mohammed dated .and filed herein 27"h

November, 2007;
(b) a copy of the ex part Originating Summons filed herein on 7 November, 2007;

(c) the Affidavit of Simon John Kemp filed herein on 70" No% ember, 2007,
(d) the Plaintiffs' bundle of documents and skeleton arguments relied. upon by the

attorneys for the Plaintiffs at the ex parte hearing before Mr. Justice Mohammed

on 27"' November. 2007: and

(e) all other documents filed in the aforesaid English proceedings.

4. The said service upon Carib took place on 29' November, 2007 and 3Yd December, 2007
respectively.

5. .Further, in accordance with the Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgement Act, Chapter 77

and the Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgement Rules, Carib was personally served with the

Notice of Registration on 23d January, 2008.

6. Carib, at no point, made any application to set aside the said registration. The Plaintiffs

were, therefore, entitled to enforce the Order.

7. The Plaintiffs have not recovered any of the sums awarded to them in the English

Judgement nor have they received any other monies in satisfaction of the English Judgement

8. At the time of the registration of the English Judgement, Carib was the registered owner

of a Bahamian registered vessel, the "UNITED STAR". The Defendant was also the owner of

the Bahamian registered vessels the "UNITED SPIRIT" and also the "KCT". However, those

vessels have been deleted from the Register of Bahamian Ships. It is noted that these deletions

occurred after Carib was put on actual notice of the Plaintiffs' English Judgement of 4"' May,
2007 and of an application for a Default Costs Certificate being made under the English

JudgemenLt.

9. On 9h April, 2008 the Plaintiffs filed an ex pane Originating Summons for a Charging

Order Nisi and.for a post Judgement Mareva injunction against Carib and their Directors, A

Charging Order was granted ex parte on 140' April, 2008 and the Order was filed on 16* April,
2008. A copy of the said Charging Order Nisi was served along with the Originating Summons
on the registered office and agent of Carib and at Carib's business office.

10. The Charging Order was made Absolute by a further Order dated 16"' May, 2008 and
filed on 9"' June, 2008. A copy of this charging Order Absolute was served on the registered
office and agent of Carib and at Carib's business office.
11.. By an Order dated 4' December, 2008, it was ordered that:
"The Respondent/Defendant herein, whether by themselves, their agents or servants or

otherwise howsoever be and is hereby restrained whether acting, by its Directors or
howsoever otherwise from selling, transferring, assigning, hedging, charging, further
encumbering or otherwise dealing with the assets, and/or the issued shares of Carib, a
Bahamian registered company and without prejudice of the generality of the foregoing
the expression assets shall include the motor vessel "UNITED STAR" and any other

ships or vessels in the ownership of Carib or the traceable proceeds thereof and the
freight or other income from such ships."

12. Carib were the registered owners of the "UNITED STAR", the "UNITED SPIRIT" and

the "KCT". All three vessels were assets of Carib as defined by the Order of 4* December,


2008. .All three vessels were in Carib's possession at the time of the English Judgement. It was
with fill knowledge of the English Judgement and the registration of that Judgement, or
application to register, that Carib disposed of the vessels in an attempt to dissipate its assets.

13. The Plaintiffs have recently learnt that the "UNITED STAR" and its sister the
"UNITED SPIRIT" have been deleted from the Maritime Register and are no longer registered
under the Merchant Shipping Act. The vessels are still in the possession of the
Respondent/Defendant but have been removed from the Maritime Register in an ttenmpt to











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defraud the Applicant/Claimant and to avoid the English Judgement. In short, all three
Defendants are involved in a conspiracy to defraud the Claimant.
14. The vessels, the "UNITED STAR" and the "UNITED SPIRIT" have been transferred
to Ro Ro Company Ltd. ("Ro Ro") which is the alter'ego of Mr. Thomas Hanna ("Mr. Hanna").
Mr. Hanna is also the President and Director of Carib. While the KCT has been transferred to
Southeastern Freight Service Limited, which is also the alter ego of Mr. Hanna.
15. Ro Ro's registered office, as stated on its Annual Business Licence, is Soldier Road
West. The registered office of Carib, as stated on its Annual Business Licence, is also Soldier
Road West.
16. Mr. Hanna is the beneficial owner of all the issued shares in both Carib and Rn Ro.

17. The Defendants have all conspired to defraud the Plaintiffs and the Plaintiffs are entitled
to the delivery up of all three vessels as assets of Carib.

PARTICULARS
The "UNITED SPIRIT"

18. The "U1NITED SPIRIT" was removed from the Maritime Register on 22" August,
2007. The vessel has been renamed the "SEA SPIRIT" II" and is registered as being owned by

Ro Ro Company Ltd. The New Providence Port Authority Board confirm that the "UNITED
SPIRIT" was renamed the "SEA SPIRIT Il" in December 2007. The "SEA SPIRIT II" is
registered with the New Providence Port Authority under the provisions of the Boat Registration

Act.
19. Mr. Hanna, on behalf of Carib, as owner, wrote to Captain Anthony Aliens on 149'
December, 2006 stating that he had sold the "UNITED SPIRIT" to Ro Ro. However, Mr,
Hanna wrote to the Chairman of the New Providence Port Authority Board on 29d' March, 2007
authorizing Ms. Evelyn Frith to represent Carib in the transfer of the "UNITED SPIRIT" to Ro
Ro, a transfer which he had already confirmed took place three months previously. He then

made a sworn affidavit dated 15*' June, 2007 stating that Carib was the registered owner of the
"UNITED SPIRIT" and that he was the beneficial owner of all the issued shares.in Carib. At r

the very least, Mr. Hanna and the other Defendants have not been consistent in their fraud and
Mr. Hanna has sworn a fraudulent affidavit.

20. Further, the business licence of Carib states that its trading address is Soldier Road West
in the Bahamas, The business licence of Ro Ro also states that its business address is Soldier
Road West in the Bahamas. The Plaintiffs/Applicants believe that Mr. Hanna is the beneficial
owner of Ro Ro and further, that the "UNITED SPIRIT" is still an asset of Carib and is in its
possession under the new name "SEA SPIRIT 11"
The "UNITED STAR"
21. On 27"' February. 2008 the "UNITED STAR" was deleted from the Maritime Register.
It is believed that ownership ofthe "UNITED STAR" remains vested in Ro Ro.
The "KCT"
22I "'"The "KCT" was nwned hy Caib' and was, therefore, an asset of that said company On
or about 2007 Carib, with full knowledge of the English proceedings, transferred the "KCT" to
Southeastern Freight Service Limited, which is an alter ego of Mr. Hanna. "KCT" remains
registered under the.Merchant Shipping Act with Number 7000006.
23. These vessels were disposed of in breach of se.cral Court Orders and were done so by
the Defendant in full knowledge of those Court Ordeis. As a result the Plainttlf.. via their court'

appointed Receiver, Mr. George Clifford Culmer. are entitled toa. the delivery up of the
"UNITED STAR", the "UNITED SPIRIT" and the "KCT" as being property disposed of in
breach of the aforementioned Court Orders and with full knowledge of the English proceedings
and application to register the English Judgement' in the Bahamas in a conspiracy by the
Defendants to defraud the Plaintiffs.
24. Further and for the avoidance of doubt, it is clear that Mr. Hanna and Carib disposed of
the vessels in full knowledge of the English proceedings and in a blatant attempt to defraud the
Plaintiffs The Plaintiffs issued a claim form in ihe English Court on 10h August, 2005. That
claim form was served upon Carib out of jurisdiction in the Bahamas on 8th November, 2005.
Carib acknowledged service of hat Claim form and served a Defence on I I"' May. 2006.
25. Carib then failed to comply with any further court directions and consequently allowed
judgement to be entered against them in default. This was clearly a ploy to allow it time to
dissipate its assets in advance of judgement being entered against it,

AND the PlaintitTs claim:
1. the delivery up of the vessels, the "UNITED STAR", the "SEA SPIRIT II" (formerly
the "UNITED SPIRIT") and the "KCT" forthwith;
2. damages for conspiracy to defraud and/or equitable compensation; and
3. punitive damages to be assessed in such amount. as to the Court sees fit.
4. interest pursuant,to statute;
5. costs.


DATED the 16th


day, eJuly ,A.D. 2010.



CALLENDERS & CO.
Chambers,
One Millars Court,
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Plaintiffs


Anglo Irish Bank reports



Ireland-record $24B loss


SHAWN POGATCHNIK,
Associated Press
DUBLIN

Anglo Irish Bank, the reck-
less institution at the heart of
Ireland's slide towards bank-
ruptcy, has reported a prelimi-
nary eurol7.6 billion ($24 bil-
lion) loss for 2010 by far the
worst in Irish corporate history.
State-owned Anglo revealed
the staggering figure Tuesday
after the Dublin High Court
approved a government plan to
merge Anglo with another bust
bank, Irish Nationwide, within
weeks. The court order permits
both banks to auction off their
surviving deposit bases to sol-
vent Irish banks.
Tuesday's figure dwarfed Ire-
land's previous figure for worst
corporate loss: Anglo's mark
of eurol2.7 billion ($17.3 bil-
lion) in 2009, when the govern-
ment nationalized the lender to
prevent its immediate collapse.
Anglo said its unofficial,
unaudited 2010 results show
that the bank directly wrote off
euro7.8 billion ($10.7 billion)
of dud property loans to Ire-
land's bankrupt property spec-
ulators, the bank's major clien-
tele.
It also. was forced to record
euroll.5 billion ($15.7 billion)
in other losses when it sold the
bulk of its dysfunctional prop-
erty-based loan book to Ire-
land's new state-run "bad
bank," the National Asset Man-
agement Agency. That agency
has been buying the toxic debts
of five Dublin banks at massive
discounts from their book value
- a penalty ultimately being
borne by Ireland's shellshocked
taxpayers.
Anglo chairman Alan Dukes
said the 2010 losses were rough-
ly as expected, and suggest that
Irish taxpayers' total bailout bill
for Anglo won't exceed euro29
billion ($39.5 billion), the fig-
ure announced in September
by the government as it still
hoped to avoid an internation-
al bailout.
Dukes said the latest figures

Lmelawi i


(AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
DISSOLUTION: Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen, right, and Irish Pres-
ident Mary Mc Aleese sign.the Proclamation of Dissolution of the Irish
Parliament at Aras an Uachtarain, Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday, Feb. 1,
2011.Prime Minister Brian Cowen announced in a farewell address
tinged with regret overthe nation's plunge to the brink of bankrupt-
cy.


'.'show that our:predictions,
while dire, have been pretty
close to the mark."
I The bank's major source for
2010 earnings, it said, came
from forcing the most junior
tier of its creditors, so-called
"subordinated" bondholders,
to accept only a small percent-
age of their original invest-
ments. That saved Anglo close
to eurol.8 billion ($2.5 billion).
Anglo also shed more light
Tuesday on the terrifying debt
dynamics that forced Ireland
last year to admit defeat in its
two-year struggle to save its
banks without taking a global
bailout qf its own.
Ireland in November nego-
tiated a potential euro67.5 bil-
lion ($92 billion), credit line
from the European Central
Bank and International Mon-
etary Fund -.but only' after the
Frankfurt bank that runs the
eurozone said it couldn't keep
floating the Dublin banks, par-
ticularly Anglo, emergency
loans indefinitely.
Anglo said its deposits plum-
*meted during 2010 from
euro27.2 billion to euroll.1 bil-
lion ($37.1 billion to $15.2 bil-


lion). At the same time, its
emergency loans from the
European Central Bank and
Irish Central Bank nearly dou-
bled to euro45 billion ($61.5
billion) about 50 percent
more than all taxes collected in
Ireland last year.
Anglo's desperate drive for
ECB cash, to pay off exiting
bondholders and depositors,
accelerated throughout the
summer as foreign analysts
increasingly formed a view that
Ireland couldn't keep funding
the bailout bill without inter-
national aid.
Anglo said it plans to pub-
lish official 2010 figures by
March 31 by which time the
bank itself may have ceased to
exist.
The most likely bidders for
the remaining depositors at
Anglo and Irish Nationwide, a
tliilding society similarly
destroyed by property loans
gone bad, are Ireland's two
healthiest banks: Irish Life &
Permanent and Bank of Ire-
land. The government's blan-
ket insurance scheme means no
depositor will lose a penny in
the transfer.


0MInmwm


A look at economic developments and activity in major
stock markets around the world Tuesday:


BEIJING China's central bank raised
interest rates for the second time in just over
a month in a bid to dampen high inflation and.
guide blistering economic growth to a sus-
tainable level.'
The latest action is intended to hold price.
increases in check, ensure economic growth
is running at sustainable levels and promote
savings instead of risky speculative invest-
ments.
The big fear in financial markets is how
much growth will slow as China tightens pol-'
icy. It has been Chinese growth over the last
few years that may have helped to stave off i
global depression.


LONDON China's second interest rate
increase in just over a month failed to dent
market optimism.
Many of the world's leading stock indexes
held at levels not seen since the summer of
2008, before the collapse of Lehman Broth-
ers triggered the biggest bear market since
World War II.
In Europe, the FTSE 100 index of leading
British shares closed up 0.7 percent, Ger-
many's DAX rose 0.5 percent and the CAC-
40 in Paris ended 0.4 percent higher.


TOKYO Earlier in Asia, the Nikkei
225 rose 0.4 percent to close at 10,635,98, a
day after closing at a nine-month high. Aus-
tralia's S&P/ASX 200 added 0.5 percent, but
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index slipped 0.3
percent and South Korea's Kospi ended
down 0.6 percent.


ROME A U.N. food agency said Chi-
na's winter wheat harvest is at risk because of
a drought that also has led to.shortages of
drinking water for people and livestock.
The agency said the drought is already
putting pressure on wheat prices in China,
with average flour prices rising more than 8
percent in January compared to the previous
two months.
The impact on global wheat production
and prices was unclear.


BERLIN Industrial production in Ger-
many, Europe's largest economy, fell 1.5 per-
cent in December, dragged down by a slump
in construction.


TOKYO With cheerleaders shouting
encouragement, more than 1,000 young
Japanese trying to break into the job market
held a pep rally in Tokyo to underscore what
officials say is the bleakest employment out-
look Japan has faced in years.


LONDON The British government has
increased the rate of its bank levy to raise 2.5
billion 'pounds ($4 billion) this year to help
fund the recovery in the wake of the financial
crisis.
The. government had earlier planned to
phase in the levy to raise. 1.7 billion pounds
this year and move toward the target of 2.5
billion pounds in 2012.
Treasury Chief George Osborne said the
rate was raised because banks were in a
stronger position than had been believed
when the legislation was drafted.


CAIRO Moody's Investors Service says
it has revised Jordan's sovereign outlook to
negative, an indication of how the unrest in
Egypt has fueled worries of a spillover in
other Arab countries.


CAIRO Egypt's central bank stepped in
to halt a steep fall in the country's currency,
bankers said, while the stock exchange out-
lined regulations aimed at thwarting poten-
tially steep losses in the market when it
reopens next week.


ATHENS Debt-ridden Greece's bor-
rowing rate fell in its latest treasury bill auc-
tion, suggesting a cautious recovery in inter-
national investors' confidence in the country.
Meanwhile, Luxembourg's prime minis-
ter voiced confidence that Europe will pull
through its debt crisis, and praised bailed-
piut Greece for its unpopular austerity pro-
gram,
* Jean-Claude Juncker said he is "convinced
that the euro is not in danger," and ruled
out Greece being expelled from the curren-
cy union due to its acute debt problems.


CANBERRA, Australia Australia's
deputy prime minister warned that exten-
sive flooding and storm damage could shrink
the economy, as he prepared to seek legisla-
tive approval for a new tax to pay for what
could be the country's costliest natural dis-
aster.


BUCHAREST, Romania An Interna-
tional Monetary Fund official says Romani-
a's economy is stabilizing after two years of
recession.


BRASILIA, Brazil Brazilian officials
say inflation in January was the highest
monthly jump in almost six years. That
increases worries Brazil's economy is over-
heating.


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NEW YORK

Gold and silver prices rose Tuesday after China increased inter-
est rates to curb inflation and slow economic growth.
Silver for March delivery settled up 92.8 cents, or 3.2 percent, to
$30.271 an ounce. April gold added $15.90 to settle at $1,364.10 an
ounce.
This is the third time China has raised interest rates since Octo-
ber. Its inflation rate hit a 28-month high of 5.1 percent in Novem-
ber before moderating in December. Government leaders fear a
: ., ip rise in prices for things like food and fuel could trigger
unrest.
The decision is prompting more investors to buy gold and silver
because of concerns about inflation, said Dave Meger, vice presi-
dent of metals trading at Vision Financial Markets.
Some other countries, including Indonesia and Brazil, also have
raised rates inran effort to control inflation. Precious metals are con-
sidered hedges against inflation and slow growth.
In contracts for March delivery, copper' slipped 0.10 cent to
;4.5740 a pound and palladium rose $19.40 to $838.45 an ounce.
. \pril platinum gained $17.70 to settle at $1,861.90 an ounce.
In other commodities trading, oil prices fell after China's rate
hike was announced. Benchmark crude for March delivery fell 54
cents to settle at $86.94 per barrel on the New York Mercantile
Exchange.
China's rate hike decision also affected oil and other energy con-
tracts.
Although many oil traders expected the interest rate hike, the
concern is how much it might eventually reduce China's oil
demand. "That was one of the main pillars of the current (oil)
price," said Michael Lynch, president of Strategic Energy & Eco-
nomic Research.


Legal Notice
NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) SWANLAKE INVESTMENTS LIMITED. is in dissolution
under the provisions of the International Business Companies Act
2000.

(b) The Dissolution of said Company commenced on February 8,
2011 when its Articles of Dissolution were submitted and registered
by the Registrar General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Zakrit Services Ltd. of 2nd
Terrace West, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas.

(d) All persons having Claims against the above-named Company are
required on or before day of March 22, 2011 to send their names and
addresses and particulars of their debts or claims to the Liquidator
of the company or, in default thereof, they may be excIdded from the
benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.

February 9, 2011

ZAKRIT SERVICES LTD.
LIQUIDATOR OF THE ABOVE-NAMED COMPANY




GLOBO INTERNATIONAL COMPANY
LIMITED



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at an
Extraordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of
the above-named Company duly-convened and held on
the 27t day of January, 2011 the following resolutions
were passed:

RESOLVED that GLOBO INTERNATIONAL
COMPANY LIMITED be wound up voluntarily.

RESOLVED that DELANO ARANHA be appointed
te Liquidator for the purpose of such winding up.


Dated the 41' day of February, 2011.

H & J CORPORATE SERVICES LTD.
Registered Office
For the above-named Company


ROYAL 1 FIDELITY
Money at Work


Job openings fall for





second straight month


4


INTERNATIONAL

BUSINESS

CHRISTOPHER S.
RUGABER,
AP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON

U.S. employers posted fewer
jobs in December, the latest
evidence that businesses are not
ready to step up hiring.
The Labor Department said
Tuesday that employers adver-
tised nearly 3.1 million jobs in
December, a drop of'almost
140,000 from November and
the second straight monthly
decline. That's the lowest total.
since September.
The report provides an indi-
cation of future hiring patterns
because it can take several
months to fill many jobs.
Openings have risen by more
than 700,000 since they bot-
tomed out in July 2009, one
month after the recession end-
ed. That's an increase of 31 per-
cent.
Analysts expect companies
will start hiring again soon, not-
ing that other data suggests the
economy is improving. Con-
sumers are spending more, lay-
offs are at pre-recession levels
and Dow Jones industrial aver-
age is above 12,000. Also, a sep-
arate report from the National
Federation of Independent
Business on Tuesday said con-


(AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
JOB HUNTING: Prospective employees attend a mature worker job fairisponsored by Operation A.B.L.E.
(Ability Based on Long Experience) of Greater Boston at a hotel in Boston, Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 11, 2011.
According to a Labor Department report released Tuesday, Jan.' 11, 2011, job openings dipped in'
November 2010, the latest evidence that employers remain cautious about adding new workers.


fidence among small employ-
ers is at the highest level since
the recession began in Decem-
ber 2007.
"We expect (job openings)
will be bouncing back in the


UNEMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITY


Computer Hardware and Software company
seeks applicants for the post of


Software/Hardware Technician


Salary commensurate with experience and
education.


Addition benefits available.


Interested applicants should send resumes
and appropriate information to:
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months ahead," said Dean
Maki, chief U.S. economist at
Barclays Capital.
For now, Openings are still
far below the 4.4 million avail-
able jobs advertised in Decem-
ber 2007.

Competing .

Nearly 14.5 million people
were out of work in December.
As a result, on average there
were 4.7 people competing for
each available job, about the
same as in November. That's
below the ratio of 6.3, reached
in November 2009, the highest
since. the department began
tracking job openings in 2000.
In a healthy economy, the
ratio would fall to roughly 2,
economists say.
Job openings fell sharply in
construction to 28,000, from
91,000 in November. That could
reflect weather-related shut-
downs of building projects,
Maki said.
The NFIB said its optimism
index rose to 94.1 in January,
from 92.6 the previous month.
That's the highest level in three
years, but still below levels that
are consistent with a healthy.
economy. The average reading
before the recession was 100,
the NFIB's report said.
"Overall, a clear step in the
right direction," said Ian Shep-
herdson, an economist at High
.Frequency Economics. But the
NFIB survey shows small com-


panics are still weaker than
larger firms, Shepherdson said,
which are benefiting from over-
seas demand fof U.S. goods.
In another positive sign, the
Conference Board said last
week that online job postings
jumped 10.2 percent in Jaiiu-
ary,-to 4.27.million. Health care,
computer' services',, sales and
'office support positions all saw
big gains.
The figures follow a mixed
jobs report released last week,
which showed the unemploy-
ment rate fell sharply to 9 per-
cent in January from 9.4 per-
cent the previous month. The
rate is down from 9.8 percent in
November, the steepest two-
month fall in more than 50
years. But the report also found
that employers added a net
total of only 36,000 jobs, far
below what's needed to consis-
tently reduce unemployment.
The department's report,
known as the Job Openings and
Labor Turnover survey, or
JOLTS, counts number of jobs
advertised on the last business
day of the month.
Job openings dropped
sharply in professional and-
business services, a category
that includes temporary help
agencies. They also fell in con-
struction, manufacturing, and
in education and health ser-
vices.
Job openings rose in trade,
transportation and utilities, and
in retail.


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of England for 325 years, short by British history standards. He was never
crowned.
He arrived in the Bahamas on August 17, 1940 to be Governor during the


war years.
Winston Churchill decided it would keep him out of harm's way.
He was rumoured to be a Nazi sympathiser and could have been made a
puppet king by Hitler.
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Valentine for pragmatists


WOULD you prefer to give your
beloved a dozen roses costing a hundred
dollars that will be dead within a week or
supply her with hundreds of roses spread
over time?
The answer may seem obvious but
.there's a catch. You must first consider
your beloved.
Bahamian women in varying degrees fall
between the extremes of Nature Girl and
Nassau Princess.
When it comes to Valentine's Day, Nas-
sau Princess must have her dozen roses -
preferably two dozen and a box of Godi-
va chocolates as well as a dinner on Par-
adise Island. Nature Girl may go for a bush
- a rose bush, of course.
To be honest, you can only get away
with this if you are married (or something
similar) to your beloved and share the
place where the rose bush will grow.
And, of course, you must do all the
spadework.
Now to the nitty gritty.
All plant nurseries sell potted roses and
the price will be between $30 and $40.
Add a couple of dollars for a decorative
cover to hide the pot.
You must allow at least an hour for your
purchase and you should not go to the
nursery on Saturday morning because that
is when everybody else goes to the nurs-
ery. This afternoon should be perfect.
Once you have shown that you are seri-
ous about your choice of rose' bush you
will no doubt be handed on to an assis-
tant who 'knows roses'. Impress him or
her with your tenacity and insightful prob-
ing.
You should already know beloved's
favourite colour and this should help pare
down the selection.
If in doubt, choose yellow or pink.
Examine the plant. Look at a ball near
the bottom where a cultivar has been graft-
ed to rootstock. Count the number of
branches coming out of the ball. Three is
tolerable, two is bad. Four or more is what
you are looking for.
There willbe a card attached to the rose
telling its name and type.
Tea roses give large flowers but few of
them. Floribunda roses are somewhat
smaller but bear heavily. Consider.
Smell a blossom. Roses are known for


WOULD YOU PREFER a dozen red roses for one week or hundreds like this every year for ever? The choice is yours.


their beauty and their scent. If a rose has
no scent it is only half a rose.
Borrow a gardening glove from your
assistant and reach in to the largest stem
and work it to and fro lightly.
Some potted roses have small root sys-
tems and will wiggle about easily. A strong
root system will resist movehient.
Examine the leaves. They should be of a
uniform green and look healthy with no
wilting, or drooping. New growth will be
reddish-brown and is a good sign.
By the time you have done all this you
will have either impressed or bored your
assistant and reduced dozens of rose bush-
es to just a few. Now ask the assistant for


a copy of Botanica's Roses. Every nurs-
ery carries it. The book is in alphabetical
order and every rose has a colour picture
and far more information than appears on
the card wired to the stem.
Check in the book for the zone. Here in
The Bahamas we are in zone nine or 10 in
the winter and zone 11 in the summer.
If a rose you are thinking of buying is
zones three to seven, forget about it right
away.
There, I told you it would take an hour.
But you should end up with a magnifi-
cent and appropriate rose for beloved.
And you should have impressed the
assistant no end. While at the nursery buy


a bag of commercial cow manure.
You will need half a bag of the cow
manure a few weeks later when you plant
the rose bush. Mix that in with the soil in a
location that receives full sun. Water well
and often.
Your purchase will give years of almost
continuous rose production.
Look at it this way: Is your love exem-
plified by a brief and expensive -gesture or
is it demonstrated by care, consideration
and let's be honest parsimony?
Now try and convince beloved.

For questions and further information
e-mail gardenerjack@coralwave. corn


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FEBRUARY 11 -
FRIDAY

St Francis Xavier
Cathedral Men's Associ-
ation's Valentine's
Dance
The Catholic Church
Men's Association of St
Francis Xavier Cathe-
dral presents an adults-
only Valentine's Dance
at Xavier's Lower
School Auditorium.
Music provided by TJ da
DJ. Cost: $15. One free
drink for all ladies. Part
proceeds in aid of reno-
vation funds for St
Benedict's Hall. T: 394-
5780 or 457-3820.

FEBRUARY 12-
SATURDAY

Town Centre Mall's "I
Love You"'Promotion
Town Centre Mall
presents the "I Love
You" promotion, a great
evening of fun with
karaoke king Demetrius
where you can .sing to
your lover, 5pm-9pm in.
the Centre Court. T:
326-6920.

FEBRUARY 12 -
SATURDAY

"Dreams of Red Ros-
es" Valentine's Boat
Cruise
Sky Juice King Enter-
tainment presents the
"Dreams of Red Roses"
Valentine's Boat Cruise,
8pm on board the East
Wind. Music provided
by DJ Chronic, Ras
Rydim, Mr Gully, DJ
Tank and Lil Dwight.
Cost: $15/in advance;
$20/at the boat. First 50
ladies get a free glass of
wine and a rose. Dress
code: red (lovers); white
(singles); black or gold
(money makers). After
party at Club 112.

FEBRUARY 12-
FEBRUARY 13
(SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY),

Sailing Regatta: 24th
Annual St Valentine's
Day Massacre
The St Valentine's
Day Massacre, held in-
honour of Sir Lynden
Pindling, returns to the
shores of Montagu Bay
with an impressive slate
of contestants and an
exciting "Catch Me If
You Can" race that pits
A-class sloops against
the famous Lady
Nathalie.

FEBRUARY 18-
FRIDAY

MDeez's Video
Release Party and Live
Performance
Budweiser Fancy Fri-
days presents MDeez's
"Well Fresh" video
release party and live
performance at Charlie's
Club. Music providedby
Xtra Large, DJ Payne,
Supa Mario and DJ
Ignite. Special perfor-
mances made by the
Swift Daince Crew and
other special surprise
guests. One lucky female
can win a free surprise
gift if she can sing a
verse from any MDeez
song.


WILL Eminem finally win best Recovery (Lesh and Farah)
album of the year, what outrageous
tLiftI Will .L dU G.an VYidll diLLL f th~ Y EUI Lii~


ULLi L will w -auy -iaga wear, will
Christina Aguilera fresh off her
Super Bowl national anthem flub -
be the opening act? .
These and other questions will
be answered at the 53rd Grammy
Awards broadcast live from the Sta-
ples Centre in Los Angeles this Sun-
day.
It's only four days to go until the
music industry's most anticipated
night and this year the Grammy
Awards are pulling out all the stops.
Music legends like Mick Jagger
and Barbra Streisand have been
added to the line-up of performers
which already include current
Gramnhy nominees Arcade Fire,
Eminem, Cee Lo Green, Lady
Gaga, Miranda Lambert, Katy Per-
ry, and Justin Bieber.
While there is still no official
word on who or what the opening
act will be, the entertainment web-
site Wayne's World said it has infor-
mation tlihat Christina Aguilera
together with Jennifer Hudson and
other mystery performers will offer
a tribute to 'Queen of Soul' Aretha
Franklin to kick off the night.
On the awards front, everyone
will be watching how well Eminem's
album 'Recovery' will do.
It's been exactly a decade since
Eminem lost out in the Album of
the Year category despite the stag-
gering success of his "The Marshall
Mathers LP", an, album that was
certified nine-times platinum, had


In this Sept. 13, 2010 file photo, rapper Eminem performs at Yankee Stadi-
um in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow, file)


critics raving and parents ranting.
Instead, the honour of best album of
the year went to Steely Dan in 2001.
Now ten years later, Eminem is
up against Lady Gaga, Katy Perry,
Arcade Fire and Lady Antebellum
in the Album of the Year category,
Overall, he is ndminate'd for 10
Grammy Awards; and here at Tri-
bune Entertainment we think it's
time that Mr Mathers finally gets
his due.
Both of our entertainment


reporters, Lesh and Farah, agree
that Eminem's "Recovery" should
win, the most coveted award of the
night.
However, they disagree on some
of the other categories.
The following is a Tun-dqwp of
.som-e of Tribune Efiterttaiinment's
Grammy 2011 predictions,
Lesh and Farah's Grammy picks:
Album of the Year: Eminem -


'INCEPTION,' 'SOCIAL NETWORK'


WINNERS AT WRITER AWARDS


LOS ANGELES (AP) cons
- The sci-fi smash betw
"Inception" and the Face- psyc
book,drama "The Social "Bla
Network" took top screen- boxing
play honours Saturday er"
night at the Writers Guild awai
Awards. "The
"Inception" writer not
Christopher Nolan won awar
for best original screen- unde
play and "The Social Net- conti
work" writer Aaron Oti
Sorkin won for best adapt- 2010
ed screenplay. The awards and "
were handed out by the inelig
Writers Guild of America son.
in simultaneous cere- Sor
monies at the Renaissance hibit
Hollywood Hotel in Los adapt
Angeles and the AXA "The
Equitable Center in New "Inc
York. > origi
"The Social Network," ours
which Sorkin adapted. Aware
from the Ben Mezrich "TI
book "The Accidental Bil- was
lionaires," was expected-i early
win. But the original pictu
screenplay category was been



FROM page 12B

But ever the optimist, Kristofa said he
soon came across another opportunity.
"I pursued another Bahamian author
and he gave me the okay. I met him in
person and he told me I could do what-
ever I wanted to do with any of his sto-
ries. I made it very clear to him that I
would give him full credit for the story,"
he said.
Currently the graphic artist is working
on a 3D animated adaptation for one of
the author's stories.
"(The author) is very excited to see
what I have done with it."
He says he does not want to give too
much away about the animated pro-


idered a toss-up
een "Inception," the
ho-sexual thriller
ck Swan" and the
ig drama "The Fight-
because current
rds-season darling
King's Speech" was
eligible for a WGA
d as it was not made
r the writing union's
tact guidelines.
her of the top films of
like "Toy Story 3"
Winter's Bone" were
gible for the same rea-

rkin will be the pro-
ive favourite in the
ited category, and.
King's Speech" and
eption" will vie for
nal screenplay hon-
at the Academy
rds on February 27.
he Social Network,"
also considered an
, favourite for a best
are Oscar. But it has
trumped in recent


award ceremonies includ-
ing the Golden Globes and
Producers Guild Awards
by "The King's Speech,"
which features Colin Firth
as the stammering father
of Queen Elizabeth II and
is expected to sweep sev-
eral categories on Oscar
night.
In other WGA cate-
gories, Charles Ferguson,
Chad Beck and Adam
Bolt won best documen-
tary screenplay honours
for "Inside Job," a chroni-
cle of the 2008 economic
meltdown.
And large teams of writ-
ers from AMC's "Mad
Men" and ABC's "Mod-
ern Family" won for best
drama and comedy series,
respectively.

'INCEPTION' writer Christopher
Nolan won best original screen-
'play at the Writers Guild Awards.
(AP)


feat. Rihanna "Love the Way You
Lie" (Lesh); Jay-Z and Alicia Keys
- "Empire State of Mind" (Farah)

Song of the Year: Eminem feat.
Rihanna "Love the Way You Lie"
(Lesh and Farah)
Best New Artist: Justin Bieber
(Farah); Drake (Lesh)
Best Pop Vocal Album: The
Fame Monster Lady Gaga
(Farah); My World 2.0 Justin
Bieber (Lesh)
Best Pop Collaboration with
Vocals: Katy Perry and Snoop Dogg
- "California Gurls" (Farah); B.o.B,
Eminem and Hayley Williams -
"Airplanes II" (Lesh)
Best Dance Recording: Rihan-
na "Only Girl (In the World)"
(Lesh); Lady Gaga "Dance in the
Dark" (Farah)
Best Rap Album: Recovery -
Eminem (Farah); Thank Me Later
- Drake (Lesh)
Best Rap Song: Eminem "ot
Afraid" (Lesh and Farah).-. .
Best Rap/Sung 'Collaboration:
Chris Brown, Tyga and Kevin
McCall "Deuces" (Lesh and
Farah)


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duction, but he was able to say that it
will capture Nassau in the early 1900s.
"I have already started working on
the production. I already have the con-
cepts completed and one of the charac-
ters is complete as well. The animation
will date in the early 1900s of Nassau so
I did a lot of research and looked at a lot
of pictures of Nassau during that time,"
he said.
And while he does not want to toot
his own horn, he says that this has the
potential to be one of the best animation
productions the Bahamas has ever seen.
"I believe that it will be well done
because I know the level of quality I


am looking to put out," he said.
Cartoons like SpongeBob, Drag-
onBall Z and Avatar might be fun to '
watch, but there is a lot of work that
goes into making these characters and
stories come alive.
"There is a lot of work that goes into
this. The first thing you have to do is
learn the story, get the feel of the char-
acters. So basically you have to play the
role of director, producer and the actor.
Then you have to break the story up
into a script, the characters have to be
developed on paper and then devel-
oped into a 3D space on screen. So there
a lot that goes into it but if you have a


dimension
good enough team behind you then it
makes it less time consuming," he said.
The greatest gratification he gets is
the reaction from those who view his
work, Kristofa said.
In the future the graphic designer said
he wants to put together an animated
series.
However, his ultimate goal is to one
day win an Oscar in the category of
short animation or ip featured length
animation.
When he is not adapting short stq-
ries into animated sequences he finds
pleasure in converting photographs into
,digital paintings.


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BY LESH

IN their search for the next
American Idol, the cast
and crew hosted auditions
in the city of Los Angeles last
week.
S Tonight, the auditions for AI 2011 will
officially end in San Francisco, and fans
are already eager for this first round to
end and for Hollywood week to begin.
According to the Fox Network, they
are giving AI viewers this much antici-
pated stage in the competition a week
earlier than usual.

WHO GOT THEIR GOLDEN.
TICKET? WHO DIDN'T?,
IN YA EAR RECAPS LOS
ANGELES AUDITIONS'

Victoria Garrett
Little Ms Garrett opened last
week's auditions and walked into the
audition room with immense confi-
dence, but it was a 'no' from all three
judges almost as soon as she started to
sing. She sang a few verses from a song
called "Now Behold The Lamb" and
Steven Tyler mocked her by saying,.
"you're going to Siberia".
In response, Victoria said she let
"her nerves" get the best of her.
"Everybody cannot sing like J Lo," she
said jokingly.

Tim Halperin
Unlike Victoria Garrett, Tim
Halperin swept the judges off their
feet when he sang Maroon 5's "She
Will Be Loved".
He made it clear that he had a huge
crush on Jennifer Lopez. Randy Jack-
son told him: "I felt like you were not
here, like you had a connection with J
Lo (through the entire song)." Tim's
stage presence was great though, there


was no doubt that he would get a gold-
en ticket. Of course Randy being
Randy said 'no' at first but Steven and
J Lo gave Tim the 'yes' he was in.
search for.

Karen Rodriguez
Karen is not a new face to reality
TV, she told J Lo that she had seen
and spoken to the singer a few years
ago on
TRL when it was still aired on MTV.
J LO could be heard saying "hot" after
Rodriguez' audition. Steven told her
she has confidence and all three of the
judges said 'yes' and sent her on to
Hollywood.

Tynisha Roches
Tynisha's audition was like no oth-1
er. After singing the Idol staple
"You're Gonna Love Me" Tynisha got
a blank stare from the judges.
They told her 'no' without thinking
about it and she began singing again.
Randy got up out of his seat and said
"what is this".
He walked out of the room but that
did not stop Tynisha; she followed him
until they finally called security for
her.
"This is the freakiest show ever, I
have never been chased with a micro-
phone before," Randy said.

Best friends Isaac Rodriguez
and Daniel Goinez
Daniel went in first to sing; this
resulted in a less than stellar response
for him.
After getting an immediate 'no'
from Randy, the other judges also told
him that he would not be going to Hol-
lywood.
Daniel then got his friend Isaac to
come in.
Isaac sang "Build Me Up Butter-
cup" for the judges and while he was
better than his friend, his vocals were
not good enough for the golden ticket.
Randy told him that neither he or his
friend should ever sing again.


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ANIMATOR TO SHOW THE CAPITAL AT
..THE START OF THE 20TH CENTURY
S-E By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
\\ATCHING the ThunderCats, the Smurfs. GummyN
Bears. and \ar Zones on television as a kid sparked a
fascination 'ith cartoon animation that would stick with
4' Kristofa Heastie through [us adult life.
J"AA graphic designer by. profession, Knstofa still remembers
the wa. these traditional dran, two dmunensional anim-
,- ..mated shows made fantasy. feel like reabt\ to him.
"It was the life, the movement of the characters that
fascinated me. You kne" what you %%ere watching wasn't
real but it telt very real. You coutild feel the characters." he
told T1nbune Ari.
This is what made Knstofa fall in love "iih animation and
PHOTOS WHICH GRAPHIC what sparked a passion for digital art.
DESIGNER KRISTOFA Today. Kristofa is workingg on an animated short film
0'.j HEASTIE CONVERTED w,'hich %ill sho the C>t ot Nassau at the start of the 20th .
,,4 ww7i-_ PHOTOS INTO DIGITAL
:' PAINTINGS InterestingIl. as a student in high school Kristofa ne'er
',envisioned a future in art, in fact, it never even crossed his
"I actually got into art bN chance. I came back over here .
hrom the LiUruted States to attend school. I "ent to C I Gib-
A son and they ga' e me a choice for my option classes. Some
..t,., ,,of the students asked me which option I was going in for and
I said to them art So I just "ent in the art class to be a part
of it," he said.
In this class Kristofa did a lot of the traditional art, some-
thing he "as not particularly interested in: he quickly
realised that non-traditional art forms "ere his forte.
B G D iHe recalled an el' ent in high school r Chich put huim on his
henture career path ome, herstued acrossoal art.I
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., ; .,*',, .....V ,i Howe\ er, he ,,was stdll able to find an oppor-
.. "' "tunity to make use of his fascination with .
~ ~"I found a hlophole that allowed me to ,
litk ....intert,,ine comic T-here w,'as a topic called
., "A Dream' and i did a conic pnece fi.-r that
i..,and it turned out real, good I did pass," he .
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KRST FAHEASTIE read, to take on the big projects,.e
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.. ..,"' .:g '.1 "', a~i :... ,:,." .ntere. tin_ book ,unri)ten by.a. Bahamian author.";
= 4i.' He made a proposal to an assistant of the Bahamian,.
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turneded do%% n.
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on I sja' the same ston adapted in animation. That "as 4
something that really made mrne mad because I ftlt like
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.. thatt %hat I "as proposing 'as much better than the am-
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of the Day


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net


t's not everyday that
Sa Bahamian is fea-
Stured on ESPN. It's
even more rare for
one to appear in the
highlight reel. Qn Tuesday,
Waltiea Rolle achieved both
accomplishments.
A"Monday night, the 6-foot-
6 sophomore came up with
two big plays in the final min-
utes that helped the number
12 ESPN/USA Today, No.13
AP) North Carolina Tar
Heels pull off a huge 62-60
upset over No.5 Duke Blue
Devils.
6 5 With three minutes and 20
"... "seconds left on the clock,
V "Rolle canned the go-ahead
three-pointer for the Tar
Heels. But with .01 seconds
remaining in the game, Rolle
came through with a block on
Duke's Chelsea Gray to pre-
serve the victory.
After North Carolina cele-
brated as they kept their
hopes alive for the Atlantic
ACoast Conference title with a
7-2 win-loss record and 21-3
overall, trailing only Duke,
who leads in both categories
at 7-1 and 21-2, Rolle was fea-
tured with the top pick in the
highlight replays on ESPN.
.*'"I was just helping, waiting
t"for her to get there," said
A _, Rolle of the attempted lean-
.ing lay-up from Gray. "I saw
her coming, so I just blocked
it."
Rolle finished with 10
points and nine rebounds and,
she duplicated her career high
seven blocks. It Was a game
that Rolle took in stride.
"I am glad I played well,
but there are other games that
are hard," she was quoted as
saying on the school's web-
site. 'This is not the only
game that I have played hard
in, but I think I did all right
today."
After falling behind 56-54
when Gray put the Blue Dev-
ils ahead, Rolle and Jessica
.-,)tBreland hit consecutive three-
to 'point plays to put the Tar
"14 "Heels up for good.
Head coach Sylvia Hatchell
.:. ..-. .had nothing but praise for the
I way Rolle continues to
improve.
"The ESPN's play of the
PLAY OF THE DAY: Duke's Chejsea Gray= has a shot blocked by North Carolina's Waltiea Rolle in the closing moments of an NCAA college day wasthe highlight of
game in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday. North Carolina won 62-60. Waltiea's block," said a
(AP Photo) delighted Hatchell when con-


Sophomore

helps North

Carolina Tar

Heels pull off

62-60 upset

over Duke

Blue Devils
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tacted at the University of
North Carolina yesterday.
"That was the number one
play on ESPN. But she's just
getting better and better as
the season moves along. She's
gotten physically stronger, her
skills are getting better and
she's getting her confidence."
. Hatchell, now in her 25th
season at UNC and a-Hall of
Fame inductee in 2004, said
she has been so impressed
with Rolle that she's now her
starting center.
"She's just getting better
and better every game we
play," she said. "She's been
working hard and last night
was big. She had seven block
shots and at the end of the
game, she blocked the shot
that could have tied the game,
but instead it sealed the win
for us.
"It was a big win because
the rivalry between the two
teams is a big one. It's proba-,
bly the number one rivalry in
the country as far as two uni-
versities that are just eight
miles apart. So it was big for
us and she came up big."
On the season, Rolle has
posted an; average of six
rebounds and nine points per
game with a total of 58 block
shots and 19 steals in just 17
minutes per game.
"I'm sure she will be get-
ting more playing time
because she has improved so
much,"' Hatchell said. "I
expect her to continue
improving and getting better
and better in scoring,
rebounding and on defense."
Rolle and the Tar Heels are
scheduled to be back in action
Thursday when they travel to'
Clemson before they return
home to host Miami'on Sun-
day.


NPBA: Stingers bite up Wreckers, Giants walk over BTVI


THE New Providence Basketball
Association's double header on
Monday night at the DW Davis
Gymnasium turned out to be an
almost identical pair of routs.
One game saw the PJ Stingers
sting the Y-Care Wreckers 111-86
and the other saw the defending
champions Commonwealth Bank-
Giants stomp the BTVI 111-75.
Here's a summary of the games:
Stingers 111, Wreckers 86
Travis Roker scored 21 points on
7-of-10 shooting from the field and 7-
of-12 from the free throw line in 21
minutes to lead PJ's to victory.
Roker also had seven rebounds and
six assists as he led four other
Stingers in double figures.
Devon Ferguson scored 18 points
on 5-of-10 from the field, 2-of-2 from
the three-point line and 6-6f-8 from


the free throw line in 28 minutes, the fourth on a 38-32 spurt, had a
He also had seven rebounds and two game high 24 points in 32 minutes.
steals. He shot 7-of-18 from the field, 1-of-
Sentino Morley, playing 23 min- 3 from the three-point line and 9-10
utes, shot 6-of-14 from the field, 2-of- from the free throw line and also
5 from the three-point line and 4- pulled down five rebounds.
of-5 from the free throw line for-18 Kelvin Davis, shot 5-of-9 from the
points as well with two rebounds and field, 1-of-1 from the three-point line
two assists. and 3-for-4 from the field for 14
Anthony Whylly chipped in with points in 17 minutes. Brandon Ingra-
17 points in 24 minutes after he was ham helped out with 11 points in 21
5-of-9 from the field and 7-of-10 minutes and Khari Thompson
from the free throw line and he chipped in with 10 points in 21 min-
pulled down eight rebounds. Randy utes.
Williams helped out with 11 points in Giants 111, BTVI 75
10 minutes. With five'players in double fig-
The Stingers opened a 26-16 lead ures, Michael 'Fernly' Bain came
after the first quarter and extended it through with a game high 25 points
to 49-38 at the half. They never on 9-of-12 shooting from the field
trailed as they widened their mar- and 7-of-ll from the free throw line
gin to 73-54 at the half break. in 28 minutes. He also pulled down
Y-Care, in making a comeback in six rebounds.


Renaldo Baillou shot 9-of-16 from
the field and 3-of-8 from the three-
point line for 21 points in 25 min-
utes with 13 rebounds, while
Gamaliel Rose was 8-of-12 from the
field and 3-of-5 from the line for 19
points in 24 minutes. He also had a
game high 12 rebounds.
Dencil Edgecombe came up with
16 points and four rebounds in 21
minutes and Creto Knowles added
14 points, four rebounds and two
assists in 20 minutes. Jamington
Johnson added eight points and sev-
en rebounds in 17 minutes.
Commonwealth Bank took an
early 22-19 lead at the end of the
first quarter and they pushed it to
53-42 at the half before they extend-
ed it to 83-58 after the third.
Patrick Leadon scored a side high
22 points in 33 minutes on 8-of-13


shooting from the field and 6-of-7
from the free throw line to pace
BTVI in the loss.
The only other player in double
figures was Philip Rolle with 16. He
shot 6-of-15 from the field and'4-of-
9 from the free throw line in 24 min-
utes with eight rebounds.
Trevino Carey had nine points and
five rebounds, Kendal Butler seven
points and five rebounds and both
Aston Neely and Michael Reid
helped out with six points.
Note: The NPBA is scheduled to
play another double header 7pm
tonight at the D W Davis Gymnasi-
um.
They will then take a break to
accommodate the completion of the
second annual Law Enforcement
Basketball Tournament at the
Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.


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Bowl loss behind them .


By DAN GELSTON
AP Sports Writer


PITTSBURGH (AP) -
With his season over, Brett
Keisel is ready to scrap his
scruffy style.
Forget "Fear the Beard."
Much to the disappoint-
ment of the bushy growth's
nearly 30,000 Facebook fans,
it's time to "Shear the Beard."
"It's coming off soon,"
Keisel said outside the Steel-
ers practice facility. "I'm not
exactly sure when or how it's
going to happen. But it's
going to come off soon. It was
a good thing. I think looking
back, I wouldn't change it."
Win or lose the Super
Bowl, Keisel's lumberjack
look was in for a makeover.
He had promised not to cut
or trim the reddish-brown
beard as long as the Steelers
kept winning. So, Keisel can
bust out the clippers this
week, though his full-bodied
facial hair surely would have
kept him warm during a
Super Bowl parade that
would have been held on a
frigid Tuesday had the Steel-
ers beat the Packers in the
Super Bowl.
Instead, his whiskers will
soon swirl down the drain like
the Steelers' championship
dreams.
Keisel and the Steelers had
one final team meeting Tues-
day, determined to put their
crushing Super Bowl loss to
Green Bay behind them.
Players stuffed belongings in
black trash bags and zoomed
off into an uncertain offsea-
3on.
Almost 48 hours after the
loss, coach Mike Tomlin met
with the Steelers and told
them the franchise remains
committed toward winning
the Lombardi Trophy.
He also addressed some
various rules and restrictions


TOUGH LOSS: A reporter pulls on the beard of Pittsburg
Brett Keisel during media day for Super Bowl XLV.


that would come if owners
decide to move ahead with a
lockout. The Steelers, like
most NFL players, are wor-
ried about what will happen
with OTAs, minicamps,
health insurance and other
necessities when the collec-
tive bargaining agreement
expires March 3.
"Hey man, you better save
some money, just in case,"
defensive en'd Nick Eason
said. "A lot of things have.
changed. I mean, we've been
taken care of through our
health insurance, and things
like that, and we're going to


have that no long
time to save, time
cars and spend mo
Tomlin, of court
around to talk a
meeting. Same
Roethlisberger
Polamalu. The S
two players talk to
at the podium: Ant
dle El and Chris H
About an hour
meeting ended
walked out of a si
the practice facility
scarf and his AFC
ballcap, but no c
brisk day where the


was below zero.
Tomlin waved before he
slipped into his SUV and
backed it up to.the doors of
the practice facility to load
some belongings. He then
tipped his cap as he drove out
of the parking lot.
Inside team headquarters,
the Steelers' six Super Bowl
trophies stand together along
the wall leading to various
offices. The 31-25 loss to the
Packers assured there will be
no more additions to that col-
lection this'offseason.
Hoke, a free agent after 10
years with the Steelers, was a
key component in their last
two championships. And, of
41 course, he expected to extend
the perfect record on Sunday.
"I'm glad we won the first
two, because I don't how you
deal with it," Hoke said. "It
makes you so much happier
you won the first two. It's
tough to lose Super Bowls.
You get there, you dream of
being on top of that podium
holding that trophy, passing
it.around, celebrating with
your teammates."
%il Hoke hopes to return and
gh Steelers' expects to find most of his
teammates back with him for
the new season whenever
(AP Photo) that starts. Linebacker
I LaMarr Woodley and cor-
ger. So it's nerback Ike Taylor are two
to not buy top free agents. The Steelers
ney." want to re-sign both..
rse, wasn't Under the Rooney family,
about the the Steelers have long been
with Ben fond of stability. And Art
and Troy Rooney has already said not-
teelers let to'expect many changes.
the media Who knows. Maybe
waan Ran- Keisel's mangy mane might
[oke. be the biggest offseason trans-
* after the formation.
, Tomlin "It was a lot of fun and I
de door of think a lot of people had a
y wearing a good time with it," Keisel
champions said. "We'll see what happens,
coat, oh a hopefully I can grow another
e wind chill one."


FANFARE: A Green Bay Packers fan holds up a copy of the Green Bay
Press Gazette Super Bowl extra newspaper in the "Return to Titlet6wn"
celebration Tuesday at Lambeau Field in Green Bay. The Packers
defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in NFL football's Super Bowl
XLV Sunday.
(AP Photo)

Fans celebrate


Packers, win with


final tailgate

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Green Bay Packers fans chant-
ed and cheered as the Super Bowl winning team walked onto
Lambeau Field for welcome-home ceremony.
The 50,000 tickets for Tuesday's "Return to Titletown" cel-
ebration sold out in a matter of hours. Fans from across Wis-
consin jammed into the stadium, waving Super Bowl champi-
on flags.
They exploded in a chant of "Go Pack Go" as the players
emerged from the locker room and walked on to the field.
.The players high-fived fans in the first row and shot video
with their cell phones.
Coach Mike McCarthy brought out the Lombardi Trophy
and promised fans to win next year's Super Bowl as well. The
fans screamed their approval.


Kilpatrick leads cincinlnati


over DePaul,


71-68


By ANDREW SELIGMAN
AP Sports Writer


V ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) Sean Kilpatrick scored
-19 points, Ibrahima Thomas added 16 and strug-
S .gling Cincinnati hung on to beat DePaul 71-68 on
Tuesday night.
The Bearcats (19-5, 6-5 Big East) had dropped
five of eight after a 15-0 start and were coming off
back-to-back losses to West Virginia and.Pittsburgh.
Nothing like playing a last-place teanm to break a
slump, even if things got a little tense at the end.
Cincinnati led by 17 early in the second half only
to see DePaul (6-18, 0-11) nearly whittle it all away
down the stretch.
Things g6t particularly interesting when Moses
Morgan converted a four-point play, burying the
free throw after nailing a corner 3 while getting
fouled by Kilpatrick. That pulled DePaul within 69-
65 with 1:34 left.
After a shot-clock violation with 58 seconds left,
the Bearcats' Rashad Bishop blocked a 3 by Mor-
gan. Cincinnati's Darnell Wilks missed a free throw,
but with a chance to make it a two-point game, the
Blue Demons' Tony Freeland missed two at the line
With 14 seconds remaining.
Wilks then hit one foul shot to make it 70-65, but
DePaul wasn't finished. Brandon Young nailed a 3
with 0.4 seconds left, and after Cincinnati threw
away the inbounds pass, a shot by the Blue
Demons' Jimmy Drew rolled off the rim, preserving
the win for Cincinnati.
Along with the big efforts from Kilpatrick and
Thomas, Cincinnati got 10 points from Cashmere
Wright. Yancy Gates came off the bench and added
just five after serving a one-game suspension for
violating team rules. The team's top rebounder and
second-leading scorer, he blew up at an assistant in
practice last week, according to the Cincinnati
.. Enquirer, and did not play against Pittsburgh.
Cleveland Melvin scored 20 and Young added 16
Sfor DePaul, which is still searching for its first Big
East victory under coach Oliver Purnell.
Not since a win at home over Marquette on Jan.
20,2010, have they beaten a conference foe, and
Cincinnati wasn't about to let that streak end.
Kilpatrick scored 14 and Cashmere 10 in the first
half as the Bearcats grabbed a 41-26 lead. Cincinnati
picked apart a weak defense while DePaul forced
shots and took control by scoring 10 straight to
-. .bump its lead from six to 16.
Up 27-21, Kilpatrick started the run by hitting a
free throw with 4:23 remaining and'Bishop fed
Wilks cutting back door on an inbounds play for a
,hard dunk. l Bizoukas,
Wright then stole the ball from Michal Bizoukas,
leading to a fast-break layup, and added three-
LANE DRIVE: Cincinnati guard Sean Kilpatrick (right) drives the lane between the defense of DePaul guard Jeremiah Kelly, left, and center Krys Faber, point play before a steal by Gates ledto a layup by
during the first half of an NCAA Big East Conference college game Tuesday in Rosemont, Ill. Kilpatrick that made it 37-21 with 2:35 left in the
_..(AP Photo) half.


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PACBO all set to stage




Valentine's Day special


U By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

AFTER reviving the
renowned Nassau Stadium
with its: first amateur boxing'
show in December, the Pan
American Caribbean Boxing
Organisation will return with
a Valentine's special Satur-
day night.
PACBO president Fred
Sturrup said the show, which
is slated to begin 8pm at the
Nassau Stadium, will be the
first in a.series of shows this
year that will lead to the
Charlie Major Sr Awards.
Show in December..
"Last year, we officially
launched the revitalization of
boxing at the stadium," said
Sturrup, who hosted the
Charlie Major Sr Invitational
Boxing Show in December.
"This year, we will have. a
point system based on the
amount of shows that we
stage. We will tabulate a point
scale and at the last event in
December, the points will
include that event. The boxer
with the most amount of
points that night will be
awarded the Charlie Major Sr
Award.. If there are two. box-
ers with the same amount of
points, a panel will decide
who will be the winner."
As a special feature Satur-
day night, PACBO is expect-
ed to host Bahamian profes-
sional heavyweight Sherman
'The Tank' Williams.
"We are just delighted to
pay tribute to'this Bahamian.
son, this true sports ambas-
sador, who on every occasion
that was before him when he
had to perform in the ring, he
would be in the colours,'
whether it was his trunk or
his robe, and when.lie:spoke,


he would always project the
Bahamas," Sturrup said.
"In' other words, he was a
true ambassador for this
country and we are just hon-
oured to pay tribute to him
in such a small way, especial-
ly given the fact that he may
very soon be declared the
World Boxing' Federation's
heavyweight champion." ,
Williams, a native of Grand
Bahama now fighting out of.
Vero Beach, Florida, fought
former three-time world
champion Evander.'Real
Deal' Holyfield for his WBF's
heavyweight.title on January
22 at The Greenbrier, White
Sulphur Sprints, West Vir-
ginia.
However, officials called it
a "no contest" after the fight
was stopped at the end of the
third. Apparently, Holyfield
got a cut over his left eye from
an accidental clash of heads
in the second round.
Sturrup said PACBO
intends to be the first local
organisation to honour
Williams for his performance
in the fight. He was actually
leading on the scorecard up
to the time the fight was
stopped.
A total of five amateur
bouts will make up the show,
featuring some boxers from
Inagua, as well as Taureano
'Reno' Johnson's Southside
.Marlins Amateur Boxing
Club and Ray Minus Jr's
Champion Boxing Club.
There will also be, a profes-
sional bout between Dencil
'Death' Miller against John
'The Beast' Wesley.
During the show, PACBO
will be raffling three boxes of
chocolate for the women. "I
think it's a nice gesture.as we
head into. Valentine's Day,"
Sturrup said.


SPECIAL FEATURE: PACBOJs expected to host Sherman 'The Tank'
Williams as a special feature Saturday night,
S fAPPhoto)


BASKETBALL
LAW ENFORCEMENT
TOURNEY
THE second annual Law
Enforcement Basketball
Tournament got underway
at the Kendal Isaacs Gym-
nasium Monday night.
The .Royal Bahamas
Defence Force had to come
from behind to pull off a vic-
tory over the visiting
Jamaican team, while the
Royal Bahamas Police
Force held off the visiting
Canadian team.
Police and Defence Force
teams from six countries are
participating in the tourna-
ment that is running each
night at the gym. The cham-
pionship game is scheduled
for Saturday night.

BASKETBALL
NPWBA ALL-STAR
CLASSIC

THE New Providence
Women's Basketball Asso-
ciation hosted its All-Star
Classic at the D W Davis
Gymnasium on Saturday
with the following results
posted:
NPWBA Administra-
tion/Coaches
39, NPABO Officials 34
Tyrone Sands scored a
game high 19 points and
Jeannie 'Bubbles' Minus
added five in the win.
Devon Johnson had 18 and
Melchbir Francis had seven
in the loss.
Media All-Stars White 71,
Media All-Stars Pink 35
Kendrick Dean scored a
game high 23 and Newell
Baxter had 16 in the win.
Neko Scavalla and Terran
Dean had 13 and 11 respec-
tively in the loss.
NPWBA All-Stars
White 36,
NPWBA All-Stars
Pink 35
Marceline St Jean scored
a game high 11 and
Shantelle Rolle chipped in


with six in the win. Diasti
Delancy scored 10 and Mar-
via Dean had five in the loss.

SOCCER
GSSSA ACTION

THE Government Sec-
ondary Schools Sports Asso-
ciation played week two of
their second season with the
following results posted:
Junior Girls
DW Davis 3, L W Young
0
Tineka Joseph scored a
pair of goals and Andrea
Francis came up with anoth-
er one in the win
AF Adderley 1, SC
McPherson 0
Andrika Curry came
through with the line goal
in her team's victory
S C McPherson 3, H 0
Nash 0
Kayla Albury, Shavona
Adderley and Carlene
Elliott all scored a goal in
the win
Junior Boys
T A Thompson 2, C H
Reeves 0
Akeem Nancoo and Jeff
Jean both struck'for a goal
in the win
D W Davis and A F
Adderley played to a score-
less draw
Senior Girls
Dame Doris Johnson and
C I Gibson played to a
scoreless draw
C V Bethel 2, Anathol
Rodgers 0
Shannen Miller had a pair
of goals in the win
Senior Boys
Dame Doris Johnson 3, C
V Bethel 1
(DDJ) Alex Senatus,
Sainrilnor Simonvil and
'Johnny Pierre all scored a
goal in the win Kyle Wilson
had one for the losing team
C I Gibson 1, C C Sweet-
ing 0
Freanel Lafleur had the
lone goal in the win


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Bryant, Lakers hold off Grizzlies, 93-84


By ADRIAN SAINZ
Associated Press

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -
Ron Artest got a bloody nose
late in the third quarter, then
hit a big shot in the fourth.
Artest made a key 3-point-
er during the Lakers' decisive
run to help Los Angeles to a
93-84 win against the Mem-
phis Grizzlies on Monday
night.
The Lakers' mercurial for-
ward said he couldn't remem-
ber getting popped by Griz-
zlies center Marc Gasol, who
was called for a foul, with 28
seconds left in the third quar-
ter.
"I just kept going," Artest
said. "Once I got my head
cleared, (I) toughened up a
little bit and got out there and
played basketball. You do
what it takes to win."
Memphis climbed within
two points in the fourth on
Tony Allen's dunk, but Los
Angeles took advantage of
five Grizzlies turnovers to go
.on an 11-0 run and take an
89-76 lead. The scoring out-
burst included a 3-pointer by
Lamar Odom, followed by
Artest's long-distance shot
with 5:46 left in the fourth.
"I wasn't worried because
he was getting hiniself togeth-
er," Lakers star Kobe Bryant
said of Artest, who scored 13


DEFENSE: Grizzlies guard Mike Conley (11) defends L
Lakers forward Derek Fisher in the first half of Monday's


points and added four steals.
"I just kept my eye on him to


make sure he was
The Lakers, wh


season series 2-all, have won
three of four overall. The
Grizzlies have lost two
straight, but still have won
five of their last seven.
Bryant scored 19 points and
Odom had 15 points and 11
rebounds for the Lakers. Pau
Gasol added 17 points.
Sam Young led the Griz-
zlies with 22 points, matching
his career high.
Rudy Gay was hounded by
Artest, yet still managed 18
points on 7-of-15 shooting.
But Zach Randolph, the
Western Conference's player
of the month for January,
scored only eight points on 2-
of-14 shooting.
The game featured a,sib-
ling rivalry Lakers forward
Pau Gasol versus his younger
brother Marc, who was part
of the trade that sent Pau to
Los Angeles.
Marc Gasol scored 10
points and grabbed 12
rebounds.
"We did a good job of con-
testing shots, putting bodies
on bodies and not allowing
."-a free looks," Pau Gasol said.
Los Angeles Artest's aggressiveness in
Sgathe second half made the
sgame. game feel like a playoff game
for both teams.
(AP Photo) "We didn't play as desper-
ately as they did," Gay said.
all right." The defending NBA cham-
io tied the pion Lakers had a strong con-


tingent of fans at the sold-out
FedExForum, including rap-
per Snoop Dogg, who was in
town for a concert and sat in
the front row wearing a Lak-
ers jacket and oversized sun-
glasses.
Los Angeles began the sec-
ond half with a 10-2 run,
including 3-pointers by Derek
Fisher and Artest. Allen's
layup capped a 7-0 run and
cut the Lakers' lead to 64-58
with 5:10 to play in the third
quarter.
Memphis moved within two
points on Darrell Arthur's
layup. But the Lakers
outscored the Grizzlies 7-4 to
end the third quarter with a
73-68 advantage.
The quarter was marked by
physical play from both
teams. Arthur also was forced
to leave the game in the quar-
ter with a bloody nose, just
minutes before Artest was
ordered to the bench by offi-
cial Joe Crawford.
Luke Walton's free throw
gave the Lakers their first
lead of the game, 34-33, at the
6:32 mark of the second quar-
ter. Bryant made two free
throws to give Los Angeles a
50-45 lead at halftime.
Point guard Jason Williams,
a free agent since being
released by Orlando on Jan.
26, signed a contract with the
Grizzlies on Monday. A


All-Stars

Pierce, Allen,

Durant in

3-pt contest

NEW YORK (AP) -
Paul Pierce will defend his
3-point shootout title
against a field that
includes fellow Boston
Celtics All-Star Ray Allen
and NBA scoring leader
Kevin Durant of Okla-
homa City.
Allen is on the verge of
becoming the career
leader in 3-pointers made.
He won the title '10 years
ago while playing for Mil-
waukee. Pierce was the
champion last year in Dal-
las, scoring 20 points in
the final round to beat
Stephen Curry.
The remainder of the
field announced Tuesday
is Miami's James Jones,
Golden State's Dorell
Wright and Cleveland's
Daniel Gibson.
The 3-point contest will
be part of All-Star events
on February 19 in Los
Angeles.


favorite of Grizzlies owner
Michael Heisley, Williams is
the club's career assists leader.


By The Associated Press

DALLAS (AP) -- Over
one season or two, no team
in NBA history has lost as
many games in a row as these
Cleveland Cavaliers.
The surging Dallas Maver-
icks beat Cleveland 99-96 on
Monday night, making it 25
straight losses for the Cavs.
Cleveland already held the
record for the most losses in a
single season, but the league
also keeps a record for losses
spread over two seasons. This
topped that one, too, making
it the most consecutive losses
in league history, period.
The previous record also
was held by the Cavaliers, set
in the 1981-82 and 1982-83
seasons.
Cleveland had a chance to
tie it with a 3-pointer in the
final,seconds, but made one
pass too many and time
expired without a shot going
up.
Jason Terry scored 11 of his
23 points in the fourth quarter
to send Dallas to its ninth
straight win, the longest active
streak in the NBA.

Rockets 108, Nuggets 103
DENVER (AP) Kevin
Martin scored 37 points and
Houston took advantage of
Nene's absence and
Chauncey Billups' early exit


NBA CAPSULES

to beat Denver despite
Carmelo Anthony's 50-point
effort that tied his career high.
Martin, who had just eight
points in his previous trip to
Denver, scored 18 in the deci-
sive third quarter, half of
them during a 13-0 run the
Rackets used to grab control
at 71-56.
Luis' Scola chipped in 25
points for the Rockets, who
. handed Denver its seventh
loss in 28 home games.
Anthony scored nine points
in the final minute of a furious
but futile comeback attempt.
His banked 3-pointer made it
105-101 with 20 seconds
remaining, but Kyle Lowry
sank two foul shots at the oth-
er end.
Anthony also scored 50 on
Nov. 27, 2009, against the
Knicks.
The Nuggets started the
game without Nene (flu), and
Billups left after straining his
left knee in the first quarter.

Bobcats 94, Celtics 89
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP)
Gerald Wallace scored 19
points, including the clinch-
ing free throws with 3 seconds
left, and Charlotte overcame
top scorer Stephen Jackson's


By The Associated Press

EASTERN CONFERENCE

W L Pet GB


d-Boston
d-Miami.
d-Chicago
Atlanta
Orlando
New York
Philadelphia
Indiana
Charlotte
Milwaukee
Detroit
New Jersey
Toronto
Washington
Cleveland


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. ... ... ... .37
34
33
32
26
23
21
22
19
19
15
14
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WESTERN CONFERENCE

W L Pct GB


d-San Antonio
Dallas
d-L.A. Lakers
d-Oklahoma City
New Orleans
Utah
Denver
Portland
Memphis
Phoenix
Houston
Golden State
L.A. Clippers
Sacramento
Minnesota

d-division leader


ejection to beat the short-
handed Boston Celtics.
Shaun Livingstonr added a
season-high 18 points, little-
used Eduardo Najera had a
key 3-pointer late, and the
Bobcats snapped six-game
losing streak to Boston in a
testy game that included five
technical fouls and yet anoth-
er emotional outburst by
Jackson.
Ray Allen scored 25 points
and hit two 3-pointers, leaving
him two shy of breaking Reg-
,'gie Miller's NBA career
record of 2,560. Paul Pierce
added 22 points and Kevin
Garnett grabbed.14 rebounds
for the Celtics, who dressed
only 10 players.
Boston, coming off emo-
tional games against powers
Dallas and Orlando, ran out
of gas in the fourth quarter
against Charl6tte in a poten-
tial first-round playoff pre-
view.

Timberwolves 104,
Hornets 92
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -
Kevin Love had 27 points and,
17 rebounds, tying a franchise
record with his 37th straight
double-double, and the strug-
gling Minnesota Timber-
wolves maintained their sur-
prising dominance of the play-
off-contending New Orleans
Hornets.
Minnesota's second double-
digit win over New Orleans
this season might have been a
costly one, though. Michael
Beasley, who had 14 points,
had to be helped off the floor
with a left leg injury in the
fourth quarter and starting
center Darko Milicic departed
with a strained left hip flexor
in the first.
The injuries meant more
action for Nikola Pekovic and
Anthony Tolliver, who each
scored 12 points. Minnesota
hit 11 3-pointers and made all
25 of its free throws in snap-
ping a three-game skid and
winning only its third road
game this season.
Chris Paul had 17 points
and 13 assists for the Hornets,
who have lost three straight
and five of six.
Love was 14 of 14 on free
throws. He joined John Stock-
ton and former Timberwolves
star Kevin Garnett as the only
NBA players to record 37
consecutive double-doubles
in the last 25 years.

Trail Blazers 109, Bulls 103
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)
LaMarcus Aldridge had a
career-high 42 points and
Portland defeated Chicago.
Derrick Rose had 36 points
for the Bulls, who lost their
second straight. Chicago has
not lost three in a row this
season.
Aldridge's jumper with 1:11
left made it 100-93 and
appeared to seal it for the
Blazers, but Rose answered
with a 3-pointer with just
more than a minute to go.
Aldridge hit a turnaround
jumper and Andre Miller


JUMP BALL: Cleveland Cavaliers power forward J.J. Hickson (left) and Mavericks center Tyson Chandler
jump for the ball in the first half of Monday's game in Dallas.


made a pair of free throws
with 30 seconds left to make it
104-96. Luol Deng had a
reverse layup on the other
end, but the Bulls could not
catch up.
Chicago has lost four
straight and 11 of their last 13
at the Rose Garden.

Jazz 107, Kings 104
SACRAMENTO, Calif.
(AP) Al Jefferson scored
23 points and Deron Williams
had 21 points and nine assists
to help Utah rally past Sacra-
mento.
The Jazz outscored the
Kings 27-17 in the fourth


quarter in winning their sec-
ond road game in a row after
dropping the previous six.
Paul Millsap fouled out late
in the fourth quarter and fin-
ished with 18 points. Raja Bell
had 17 points and Kyrylo Fes-
enko 11.
DeMarcus Cousins had 25
points and 14 rebounds for
Sacramento, which commit-
ted 20 turnovers.
Tyreke Evans had 21
points, but the Kings have lost
three straight: -- --
Omri Casspi's 3-pointer in
the closing seconds was an air-
ball and the Jazz secured the
rebound and the victory.


(AP Photo)

Suns 104, Warriors 92
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)
- Steve Nash had 14 points
and 15 assists, leading
Phoenix over Golden State
on his 37th birthday.
'Channing Frye had 19
points and 11 rebounds, and
Graht Hill scored 18 to help
the Suins build a 23-point lead
and hold on late. They made
13 3-pointers and shot 43 per-
cent from the floor. Monta
Ellis scored 21 points and
David Lee had 16 points and
10 rebounds for the Warriors,
who got within five in the
fourth quarter but could ni
come all the way back.


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England batsman


Morgan to miss



World Cup ,' .


LONDON (AP) Eng-
land's hopes of challenging
for the Cricket World Cup
title Were hit Tuesday when
Eoin Morgan was ruled out
of the six-week tournament
because of a broken finger.
Coach Andy Flower had
already blamed a gruelling 3-
month tour to Australia for a
series of injuries to key play-
ers when he announced Tues-
day that Ravi Bbpara will
replace England's most
important limited-overs bats-
man in the 15-man tourna-
ment squad.
Morgan needs surgery after
fracturing the middle finger
of his left hand during the
one-day matches that fol-
lowed England's victory in the
Ashes test series. He felt dis-
comfort during the fourth
one-day international in Ade-
laide on January 26 and flew
home before Sunday's final
match, which England lost for
a 6-1 series defeat.
"That's a serious loss to us,"
Flower said. "He didn't think


it was serious at all and it got
worse. The pain grew worse
and therefore the medical
team got onto it and found it
was worse than was previous-
ly suggested."
England is already without
several key players because
of injury, just two weeks
ahead of its World Cup open-
er against the Netherlands in
Nagpur.
Spinner
Spinner Graeme Swann
and allrounder Paul Colling-
wood are among those trying
to overcome fitness problems,
and Flower said he will only
pick fully fit players for the
February 16 warmup against
Canada.
Tim Bresnan, Ajmal
Shahzad, Stuart Broad and
possible replacement Chris
Tremlett are also carrying
injuries but Flower said he
was happy with their rate of
recovery.
Bopara's last one-day inter-


RULED OUT: Eoin Morgan bats against Australia during the One Day International series.


national was against Pakistan
at The Oval in September. He
averages 28.50 from 54 match-


es. "No one is irreplaceable,"
Flower said. "Ravi Bopara is
a very talented and exciting


player. He will also bring a
bit of medium-pace bowling
to help out the captain.


(AP Photo)

"We're confident the 15
players we've got out there
will gel."


Once lampooned,


world


ranking now talking point


By DOUG FERGUSON
AP Golf Writer
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.
(AP) His vocation was civ-
il engineering. His passion
was sports and statistics.
...Tony Greer found enough
spare time between the two
to devise a world ranking for
golfers, and it turned into
more than a hobby. His sys-
tem got the attention of Mark
McCormack, the late founder
of IMG who had been pub-
lishing his own rudimentary
rankings in the annual "World
of Professional Golf."
Neither could have imag-
ined how it would shape golf's
growing landscape.
"It's an exciting time at the
moment," Greer said Tues-
day from his home in Lon-
don.
When he first started to
develop a world ranking,
Gr eer said it was far less com-
plicated to figure out the best
players in golf.
: "You looked at the PGA
Tour money list," he said.
That all has changed now.
First came the emergence
of Seve Ballesteros and Nick
Faldo, then Greg Norman
and Bernhard Langer. And
while Tiger Woods has domi-


TIGER WOODS appears at the'Emirates Golf Club t
Dubai Desert Classic golf tournament.
.
nated the ranking like no oth- 85 per cent o
er he has been at No. 1 for his recent'
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I ed opportunity for so many
others. And it has put the
Official World Golf Ranking
at the front of any discussion
involving of global golf.
Lee Westwood,. Martin
Kaymer and Woods Nos.
1, 2 and 3 in the world ranking
will be in the same group
for the Dubai Desert Classic.
It's the first time since 1994
that a regular European Tour
event has had the top three
players in the world. On the
other side of the world, Phil
Mickelson is at Pebble Beach
with a chance to move ahead'
of Woods for the first time
since the 1997 Masters..
At both tournaments, play-
ers will be jockeying to finish
among the top 64 and qualify
for the $8 million Match Play
Championship.
You can count on some
controversy. That hasn't
changed. Questions about the
mechanics and methodology
of the world ranking will nev-
er go away. There is no sys-
tem to accurately compare, the
wodaysaheadof strength of tours around the
two days ahead of world.
"How do you know that
(AP Photo) I'm No. 198, and ,some guy
from Zimbabwe is No. 199?"
if his pro career said Paul Goydos.
slump has creat- For those who don't like
__________ ^________________________________


the ranking, they
used to it.
Paul Azinger on
only things that
him choke were ca
tige. He never sai
about.ranking poi
But that's the di
is going.
The USGA's d
week to eliminate
list as a criteria for
the US Open was
est step in giving 1
World Golf Ran
importance, if not
Emph
The US Open s
much emphasis o
States" as it does c
It is sensitive to
major is played, ai
to keep half of it
field open to qua
it also wants t
strongest test fo
inviting the best fr
the world. The U
mately decided wl
mack figured out
- money might
best barometer an
That's why sta
year, it will swap
lists from four tou
top 60 in the world


WORLD RANKING: England's Lee Westwood plays a shot during Challenge Match at the Emirates Golf Club two days ahead of the Dubai Desert Classic golf tourname
United Arab Emirates.


better get "We're more comfortable
with that than we are trying to
nce said the figure out internally how we
ever made judge various tours around
ash or pres- the world," said Mike Davis,
id anything the senior director of rules
nts. and competition. "Virtually
reaction golf everybody will admit that any
ranking system is never going
decision last to be perfect. But we think
the money it's more equitable than what
getting into we do."
only the lat- The knock on McCormack
the Official and his initial idea for a world
king more ranking was that he was only
credibility, trying to promote his clients
at IMG. The rebuttal was that
aSIS IMG had most of the best
players, anyway.
still puts as "He was always a bit of a
)n "United statistical buff," Johnson said.
on "Open." "For a long time in his annual,
where the he compiled a world money
nd it strives list. That spawned the rank-
ts 156-man ing, as it became clear a mon-
lifiers. But ey list was distorted by the
to be the value of the dollar and obvi-
r a major, ously, the overwhelming focus
rom around on the US tour and the size of
ISGA ulti- its prize money. That made
hat McCor- everything else in the world
years ago somewhat irrelevant as far as
not be the performance on the golf
iymore. course."
rting next There have been some crit-
out money ical junctions for the world
irs with the ranking, none more than
d ranking. when the Royal & Ancient
became the first to use it to
help determine the field for
the British Open.
Five major tours around the
world, along with four major
championships, endorsed the
world ranking at a meeting in
Turnberry in 1997. A year lat-
er, the US Open created a
I .new exemption for the top 20
in the world. And then came
Augusta National a year after
that, doing away with its PGA
Tour winners exemption
(since restored) in favor of
the top 50 in the world.
"It wouldn't have gotten off
the ground without the R&A
endorsing it," Johnson said.
"It wouldn't have been born.
And with the Masters, that's
what I would call absolute
icing on the cake."
The latest development to
elevate interest in the rank-
ing is Woods.
He has gone nearly 15
months without winning,
paving the way for Westwood
to reach the top. But so many
other players are lined up
behind the Englishman that
as many as a dozen have a
chance at No. 1 this year.
Even so, some players
might never buy into it.
Davis Love III doesn't
think the system is fair. But
the more he spoke, he could-
n't find a better way to mea-
sure the world. "Is it the best
Sin Dubai, we have? Yes," he said. "Is it
ant in Dubai, perfect? No."
Fair or not, the world rank-
(AP Photo) ing is more relevant than ever.


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several given numbers. The object is to pJace the numbers
1 to 9 in, the empty squares so the each tow, each column
and each 3x3 box contains the same number only once.
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Monday to Sunday

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once only. Each must contain the
centre letter and there must be at
least one nine-letter word.
No plurals.
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to fill all of the empty squares, using numbers 1 to 9, so the
sum of each horizontal block equals the number to its left;.
and the, sum of each vertical block equals the number on its
Stop. No number may be used in the same block more than
once. The difficulty level of the Conceptis Kakuro increases
from Monday to Sunday.




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I __ CRYPTIC PUZZLE


Across
1 Dance band instruments
(8)
5 They're laid unevenly (4)
9 An animal or bird that runs
from left to right (5)
10 A help or a hindrance in
the works (7)
11 It won't keep you fully
occupied (4-4,4)
13 Fighting a lawsuit (6)


14 Formal proposal to put it
back In a month's time (6)
17 Sporting event that has its
ups and downs (12)
20 Observe slight upset; not
the reverse (7)
21 Willing to go on to the end
of the story (5)
22 Bringer of love and life? (4)
23 It brings about a military
rising (8)

Yesterday's Cryptic Solution
Across: 1 Singapore, 8 Filed, 9
Baptist, 10 Morose, 11 Defect, 12
Initials, 15 Dispense, 18 Botany, 20
Roller, 21 Auditor, 22 Nitre, 23 To a
degree.
Down: 2 Irate, 3 Gather, 4 Position,
5 Effort, 6 Also-ran, 7 Adversity, 11
Deodorant, 13 Icebound, 14 Isolate,
16 Eyelet, 17 String, 19 Noose.


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1

2

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rip in which possessions


are carried aboard (4)
Run into some of the
defence (7)
Contenders in the high
jump (12)


4 Bit of a bloomer letting it
slip out (6)


6 Wild dog in Australia (5)
7 Unproductive but
impressive (8)
8 Don't take legal action for
nothing (4,2,6)
12 Every year one may await
its return with added
interest (8)
15 Invest in a unit of the open L
market (7) i
16 Cut over a quarter? That's I1
serious (6) "
18 Presley lives anew (5)
19 Instrument that doesn't ring >
true? (4) <
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Yesterday's Easy Solution
Across: 1 Sumptuous, 8 Trace, 9
Tarnish, 10 Ragged, 11 Permit, 12
Top-notch, 15 All the go, 18
Morbid, 20 Remove, 21 Stunted,
22 Spurn, 23 As a result.
Down: 2 Usage, 3 Panama, 4
Unsettle, 5 Strain, 6 Haughty, 7
Dead ahead, 11 Put across, 13
Promoter, 14 Clamour, 16
Havana, 17 Uranus, 19 Ideal.


13 7 n 1 8
161






20 21


22


Across
1 Incapable of
accomplishment (8)
5 Feeling dejected
(4)
9 Personal point of
view (5)
10 Forbear (7)
11 Virtually (2,3,7)
13 Small boat for
sailing (6)
14 Scold (6)
17 The purest
embodiment (12)
20 Severely simple (7)_
21 Detestation (5)
22 A duelling sword (4)
23 Heavy stick as
weapon (8)


Down
1 An expectant
silence (4)
, 2 A military unit
3 Petty tyrant (6
4 Ignoble (6)
6 Commit to me


(7)
,6)


mory


7 Clergyman (8)
8 Not to be made
public (3,3,6)
12 Sufficient (8)
15 Impute (7)
16 In addition (2,4)
18 Amount given out
(5)
19 Portent (4)


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Opening lead king of clubs.
At the start of play, declarer must
sometimes visualize a point much
later on when he hopes to establish
an impregnable position. This type of
thinking is usually needed to lay the
groundwork for an elimination play.
Here is a typical case. Declarer is
in six spades, and West leads the king
of clubs. South sees at once that the
outcome hinges on whether he loses
one diamond trick or two.


Declarer's first thought, of
course, is that he could rely on a suc-
cessful diamond finesse to bring
home the slam. But this is not a par-
ticularly good prospect, considering
that West overcalled with two clubs
and is therefore highly likely to have
the king of diamonds.
So South starts thinking about
how to avoid the diamond finesse.
And, somewhere in the course of his
cogitations, it occurs to him that he
might be able to endplay West and
force a favorable return.
Accordingly, South ruffs the king
of clubs, cashes the A-K of trumps,
ruffs another club, cashes the K-A of
hearts and ruffs a heart in dummy.
Then, having eliminated hearts from
both hands, South next eliminates
dummy's clubs. He plays the ace of
clubs, discarding a diamond, and
leads dummny's last club, the seven.
East discards a heart, and now
South, instead of ruffing the club,
discards another diamond! West wins
the club-- it is now trick number
nine but must then return a dia-
mond into South's A-Q or yield a
ruff-and-discard. Either way, the
slam is home, and South's planning
at trick one pays the maximum divi-
dend at trick 10.


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By JEROME PUGMIRE
AP Sports Writer

PARIS (AP) Kim Cli-
jsters is more interested in try-
ing to win major titles than
returning to the No. 1 ranking
for the first time in five years,
despite being only two match-
es away from overtaking Car-
oline Wozniacki at the top.
Clijsters, who won the Aus-
tralian Open for her fourth
Grand Slam victory, only
needs to reach the semifinals
of the Open Gaz de France
this week. She plays Kristina
Barrois of Germany in the
second round today.
"When you're this close to
making it, it would be a nice
accomplishment if I could do
it," the 27-year-old Clijsters
said Tuesday. "I'm not going
to be disappointed if I don't
make it. I would.like to focus
on a few more goals through-
out this season, which are a
couple of the bigger tourna-
ments."
Even if she is successful,
Clijsters said the first time she
became No. 1 in August 2003
at 20 would always mean
more to her. The Belgian held


the top spot again in 2003,
and was last No. 1 in January
2006.
"Back then I felt like it was
a big achievement because I
was obviously a lot younger
and playing in an era where
there were a lot of big names
out there," Clijsters said.
"Lindsay Davenport, the
Williams sisters were a part
of it. I was in a very similar sit-
uation to what Caroline Woz-
niacki is now I hadn't won
a Grand Slam."
Clijsters, who has also won
three US Open titles, could
possibly meet the fifth-seeded
Nadia Petrova of Russia in
the quarterfinals. That may
be a tough match since she
hasn't rested since beating Li
Na of China in the Australian
Open final on January 29.
Clijsters won both her Fed
Cup matches against.Ameri-
can players Melanie Oudin
and Bethanie Mattek-Sands
last weekend. Oudin rallied
to beat Vera Dushevina of
Russia 7-5,5-7, 6-2 Tuesday in
the first round matches of the
Open Gaz de France.
"I haven't been able to just
relax and recover. I'm still


ON TOP: Belgium's Kim Clijsters cheers after she beat US player Bethanie Mattek-Sands during
Group Fed Cup match in Antwerp, Belgium, Sunday.


going on with the same inten-
sity I was in my three or four
weeks in Australia," Clijsters
said. "But I do look forward
to having a few days off when
I'm done in this tournament."
Both times in 2003, Clijsters
lost her No. 1 ranking to Jus-
tine Henin, a friend and for-
mer Fed Cup teammate.


Henin recently announced
her retirement for the second
time because of an elbow
injury sustained at Wimble-
don.
"It was obviously a shock. I
still thought she was planning
on keeping) going until the
Olympics, and we were
maybe going to play doubles


together," Clijsters
yeah, I was surprise
They spoke at th
series in Antwerp
jsters hopes Henin
life away from the
was just emotional
you see, all of a si
such a long period
that we'vb shared


upsets

Ferrer

in 1st

round


ROTTERDAM,, Nether-
lands (AP) Jarkko Niemi-
nen upset third-seeded David
Ferrer 6-3, 6-4 Tuesday at the
ABN Amro tournament.
Ferrer, an Australian Open
semifinalist, served five dou-
ble-faults and won only 54
percent of points on serve in
Sthe World his first opening-round loss in
g the World six months.
In other matches, Ivan Lju-
(AP Photo) bicic beat Sergiy Stakhovsky
'7.6 (3), 6-3, andi Jo-Wilfried
s said. "So Tsonga defeated Grigor Dim-
ed." itrov, 6-4; 6-4. Philipp
e Fed Cup Koblschreiber downed Yen-
, and Cli- hsun Lu 6-4, 7-6 (5).


will enjoy
court. "It
al because
sudden, it's
in our lives
together.


To see her finish is sad, but
also exciting," Clijsters said.
"She has a lot of good things
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European

clubs aim

to keep

players

out of the

Olympics

GENEVA (AP) Some
of Europe's best young soc-
cer players could be kept out
of the 2012 London Olympics
under a proposal by their
clubs.
The European Club Asso-
ciation wants an agreement
that players.who go to the.
2012 European Champi-
onship co-hosted by Poland
and Ukraine won't be picked
for the London Games, which
kick off one month later.
Europe will have four
teams in London: a British
host team and three qualifiers
from the eight-nation Euro-
pean Under-21 Champi-
onship, to be held at Den-
mark in June.
The 16-nation Olympic
tournament has an age limit
of 23, with teams allowed to
pick three overage "wild
card" players.
Ghana beats
Togo 4-1 in friendly
ANTWERP, Belgium (AP)
Ghana gave new coach
SGoran Stevanovic a winning
start with a 4-1 victory over
Togo in a friendly Tuesday.
Striker Dominic Adiyiah
gave Ghana a 1-0 lead at half-
time and after Togo equal-
ized with a penalty three min-
utes into the second half,
Jonathan Mensah, an own
goal from Togo defender
Akpakpo, and a late strike
from Samuel Inkoom sealed
the win.
Ghana is Africa's top team
in the FIFA world rankings
at 15 and reached the quar-
terfinals of the World Cup last
year. It used the game to pre-
pare for next month's African
Cup of Nations qualifier
against Congo.
"I am happy with th6 result
but more pleased with the
way my team played," coach
Stevanovic told the Ghana
federation web site. "Scoring
four goals was a good result."
Ireland beats Wales 3-0 in
Nations Cup opener ,
DUBLIN (AP) Gary
-Speed's debut as Wales man-
ager ended in a 3-0 loss to Ire-
land on Tuesday in the open-
ing match of the four-team
Nations Cup.
Darron Gibson, Damien
Duff and Keith Fahey all
scored in a dominant second-
half for the Irish at Lans-
downe Road.
Wales hired Speed in
December to replace John
Toshack.
Scotland arid Northern Ire-
land, who are the other par-
ticipants. in the new British
Isles football tournament,
meet on Wednesday. Eng-
land, which plays Wales in a
2012 European Champi-
onship qualifier next month,
declined to participate.
The Home Nations Cham-
pionship, which featured Scot-
land, Wales, Northern Ireland
and England, was last con-
tested in 1984.


BALANCE: Nicklas Bendtrier (left) of Arsenal FC and Simon Poulsen of AZ'Alkmaar during training in Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark.
(AP Photo)



Bent and Rooney to lead




England against Denmark


By JAN M OLSEN
Associated Press


COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP)
- Frank Lampard will captain an
injury-hit England team that is count-
ing on strikers Wayne Rooney and
Darren Bent to overpower.Denmark's
defense in their friendly on Wednes-
day.
Lampard was the given the arm-
band in the absence of regular cap-
tain Rio Ferdinand and vice-captain
Steven Gerrard. The Chelsea mid-
fielder has suffered major injury woes
this season and has not been involved
with England since August.
"I'm just a very proud man at the
moment," said Lampard, who had pre-
viously only worn the armband in the
second half of a match against Austria
in 2007 under former coach Steve
McClaren.
"I've been in the squad for a long
time and feel like one of the older
stagers now, so it's going to be one of
the proudest moments of my career to
lead out the boys. I know it's a cliche,
but you do grow up dreaming of that
moment and now it's been thrust upon
me."
Wednesday's match is meanwhile a
reprieve for Bent after England coach
Fabio Capello left him at home for
last year's World Cup. However, the
Italian has been impressed by the
recent form of Aston Villa's new sign-
ing.
Bent moved to Villa from Sunder-
land in January for a club record 18
million pounds ($29 million), a figure
that could rise to 24 million pounds
-with add-ons.
Another Aston Villa player, 20-
year-old Kyle Walker, was a surprise
inclusion in the squad after having


CAPTAIN:'Frank Lampard talks during a press conference before a training
Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark, on Tuesday. England will play De
friendly soccer match in Copenhagen, toddy.


impressed Capello.in his right back
role for the Midlands club while on
loan from Tottenham.
Theo Walcott has also done well
since his return to the England set-up
after failing to make the World Cup
squad. The pacy Arsenal winger said
his form was helped by Capello's
admission that he had made a mis-
take not bringing him to South Africa.
"But I'm hot pointing fingers at any-
one," Walcott said. ."It was his decision
to make and I respected that."


England will line up for
without Ferdinand, who pi
calf injury while warming up
chester United on Saturday
had been, expected to deputy
tain in Copenhagen, but t
pool midfielder develop
problem as he helped his ti
hard-fought 1-0 Win at C
Sunday.
Capello bolstered his
squad by drafting in West
Robert Green and Carlton


goalkeeper Ben Foster and striker
Peter Crouch failed fitness tests ;on
Sunday. Aston Villa striker Gabriel
-0* Agbonlahor also pulled out due to
personal reasons.
For Capello, the game is an oppor-
tunity to look at some new faces ahead
4 of the European Championship qual-
-....4 ifiers.
"It will be interesting to see some of
the younger players. They will be the
future," he told a news conference. '"I
am really happy with these players
and the players thatplayed before."
Lampard agreed, saying: "It's nice
to see some of the younger players
come through." He added that he
expected a "tough game" on Wednes-
day.
For the hosts, the game marks a
likely return to action for Arsenal for-'
ward Nicklas Bendtner, who hasn't
played for the national team since
Denmark's disappointing group-stage
exit in the World Cup.
Denmark coach Morten Olsen also
has goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard in
session at his squad. The 26-year-old Manchester
S i a United reserve is battling for a first-
enmark in a team place with Denmark but Olsen
has assured veteran keeper Thomas
(AP Photo) Sorensen that.he remains the coun-
try's No. 1 man.
the game England's players will be eager to
kicked up a avoid a repeat of the 4-1 drubbing last
p for Man- time the teams met, in another friend-
y. Gerrard ly in August 2005.,
tize as cap-. Most importantly, however, the
the Liver- match offers both coaches a final
-d a groin chance to test the depth of their
eam seal a squads ahead of tricky European
helsea on Championship qualifiers on March 26.
England will make the short trip to
depleted Cardiff to take on Wales, while the
Ham duo Danes face an all-Scandinavian clash
Cole when with Group G leader Norway in Oslo.


Striker Drogba returns



to action for Ivory Coast


,,- LONDON (AP) Ivory
Coast striker Didier Drogba
. enjoyed a winning return to
international football against
Mali on Tuesday in his first
match since last year's World
Cup.
The Chelsea forward
helped to create Didier Ya
Konan's first international
goal, which secured a 1-0 vic-
tory in the friendly in
Valence; France.
Drogba chested down a
long ball into the path of Lille
striker Gervinho, whose cross
from the right was slammed
high into -the net by Ya
MISSED: Chelsea's Didier Drogba reacts to a missed scoring Konan after three minutes.
chance against Blackburn Rovers in their English Premier League Africa's top-ranked team,
match at Stamford Bridge, London. Ghana, beat Togo 4-1 in a
(AP Photo) friendly in Antwerp, Belgium,


giving coach Goran Ste-
vanovic a winning start in the
job.
Striker Dominic Adiyiah
gave Ghana a 1-0 lead at half-
time and after Togo equal-
ized with a penalty three min-
utes into the second half,
Jonathan Mensah, an. own
goal from Togo defender
Akpakpo, and a late strike
from Samuel Inkoom sealed
.the win.
Tuesday also marked the
start of two friendly tourna-
ments each featuring four
European countries.
Darron Gibson, Damien
Duff and Keith Fahey scored
in the second half to give Ire-
land a 3-0 victory over Wales
in a competition featuring the


British Isles nations minus
England. It was Gary Speed's
first match in charge of Wales
since being hired in Decem-
ber.
Plays
Scotland plays Northern
Ireland today and the trophy
will be decided by further
matches in May. ,
In the Cyprus tournament,
the hosts lost 2-0 to Sweden
and Ukraine beat Romania
4-2 in a penalty shootout on
the east Mediterranean island'.
Tobias Hysen put Sweden
in front in the 26th when he
headed in a curling Martin
Olsson cross at Nicosia's GSP
stadium. An unmarked


Markus Berg added the sec-
ond on the stroke of halftime
when he latched onto a
through ball from Pontus
Wernblom from 10 meters.
In Paralimni, two saves by
veteran goalkeeper Oleksan-
dr Shovkovskiy in the
shootout secured the victory
for Euro 2012 co-hosts
Ukraine after the match end-
ed 2-2.
Yaroslav Rakitskiy and
Artem Milevskiy had given
Ukraine a 2-0 lead, but
Romania drew level before
halftime thanks to goals from
striker Dan Alexa.
Also today, Sweden and
Ukraine meet in Nicosia and
Cyprus takes on Romania in
Paralimni.


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asking $12500 ONO
ALSO (4) 22" rims only a month old rims
Asking $1200.00
ph#434-6248/424-6248


BBF 4624
2003 CHEVY TAHOE,
Blue Exterior, grey leather interior, 6 CD Player,
Bose sound system, 22" chrome wheels asking
$10,500 ONO
ph# 434-0882 / 341-2338


08 FORD RANGER SPORT,
Fully Loaded (A/C,CD Player, Satellite
Radio), Like Brand New, $19,000.00 ONO
ph# 392-7934 / 565-4613


nor Ro.J 2009 FORD FUSION,
WHITE 2004 FORD MUSTANG 2009 FORD FUSION
in great condition. Asking price $8500.00 OBO. leather interior, sunroof, alloyed rims, reverse
3500 original miles, flow master exhaust sensors, full y loaded, keyless entry,
very clean must see to appreciate. Asking $14,000 ONO
ph# 422-0201 or 322-1190 ph# 426-4585
ph 41-5


BBF #658
'99 LEXUS GS300.
L6 2JZ-GE engine green ext. tan int. power
windows & lo..ks sunroof 16" factory spider rims.
6000.00 O.B.O.
May trade for a boost car. 425-6978/361-2473
leave message if unavail.


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BBF #622
1999 MERCEDES BENZ,
asking $9,000 ONO, Fully loaded, A/C, CD
Player, factory alarm, fatory rims, automatic, pwr
everything, automatic, leather int,
ph# 393-7005 / 395-8915


BBF #653
2004 INFINITI G35,
blue exterior, excellent condition, all black
leather interior, sunroof, CD player, pwr
everything, factory alarm, automatic, low
mileage asking $12000 OBO
ph#434-0758


VOLKSWAGEN TRUCK
low miles looks like new runs great 5 speed
radio very fuel efficient $11800 OBO
ph# 436-4643


Dor *oui
2004 TRAILBLAZER,
gold exterior, A/C, CD player, perfect condition
very low miles, asking $8500 ONO
ph#434-3902


2004 ACURA 3.5 RL
Fully loaded, leather interior, navigation system,
A/C, Automatic, recently serviced, asking $8500
serious inquiries only
ph# 432-1805 / 445-3566


BBF #307
1994 CHEVY CAPRICE
DVD & CD Player, A/C, 20" RIMS, Leather
interior, clean title, good condition, make an
offer, ph# 544-0737 / 325-9117


BBF #660
2008 HONDA CIVIC LX,
automatic, clean-title, 17" alloy factory rims,
custom E&G, chrome grill foglights, A/C, power
windows and locks, clean inside/out, asking
$19,000 O.N.O.
ph#424-8505/393-8978/425-0987


BBF #637
WHITE 2010 HONDA PILOT
11,000 miles excellent condition, like new, one
owner, 6dics cd changer, third rowe seats, a/c ,
excellent Buy great on gas, a must see.
ph: 323-7369, 434-9004,357-9560. call for price.


BBF #661
2009 HONDA CIVIC LX,
black ext, automatic, 16' alloy factory rims,
custom E&G, chrome grill foglights, A/C, power
windows and locks, clean inside/out, asking
$18,500 O.N.O.
ph#424-8505/393-8978/425-0987


2004 MONTE CARLO,
CD player, A/C, pwr windows and locks,
automatic, factory alarm, factory rims, low
mileage, asking 9500 ONO
ph#552-9889


BBF #667
1999 PONTIAC FIREBIRD,
19,850 miles, garage kept, leather interior, CD
Player, docr lock, T-Top, asking $12,000 ph#
393-3795 (Richard)


2008 HONDA ACCORD,
low miles, clean in and out, white with tan
leather interior, price $25,000 with wheels, price
$23,000 without wheels. Owner leaving island
ph#565-9317


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2002 FORD ESCORT,
stick shift, A/C, silver exterior, black interior,
asking $2500 ONO
ph#558-6999/636-1545


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2005 NISSAN MAXIMA,
fully loaded, moon roof, factory rims, A/C, 6 disc
CD player, owner leaving island, good working
condition, asking $10,500 Oi O
Serious enquiries only, ph#636-0683/326-5267


2003 INFINITI,
leather interior, sunroof, 22" rims, good
condition, A/C, 5 changer CD.player, low
mileage, automatic, power everything, factory
alarm, asking $12500
ph#556-8814/225-7467


2009 HONDA ACCORD,
fully loaded V6 engine, asking $32,000 ONO
ALSO 2009 Honda 650 asking $6500
ph#423-6549/341-6686


2007 F150,
ice cold A/C, 1 owner, interior like new,
customized hood and custom headlights, a must
see, low mileage, 6 CD in dash player, factory
alarm power everything chrome rims, good title,
asking $25000 ONO ph#565-9950


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2000 FORD MUSTANG,
V6, Standard shift, A/C. CD Player, Pwr
everything, Excellent condition, asking $6,500
ONO, Also 2003 vw Passat wagon, leather
interior, sunroof, CD Player, asking $8,500 ONO
ph# 456-8833 / 456-8834










BBF #695
2003 GMC SIERRA,
dark grey exterior tan int, 22" chrome rims and
steps, customize head lights, four door X'Cab,
flow master, AC and DVD TOUCHSCREEN
player, car fax value $16,000, asking $10,000,
license until October 2011 ph#393-5649
DAY/525-4480


2000 HONDA ACCORD,
Pioneer CD player, AC, fully loaded, -
license until April 2011 .
Asking $4,800 OBO,
ph# 427-3330


2004 HONDA PILOT,
black ext., 1 owner, excellent condition, leather
int., fully loaded asking $18500 ONO
ph#477-4422


2001 NISSAN MAXIMA,
fully loaded, sunroof, A/C, Just in form
1 Owner, asking $6,800 ONO
ph# 565-8169 / 324-5667


2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
white exterior, A/C, good condition, price
$5,800.00 or O.N.O,
ph#525-4296/565-6370/361-6669


1997 ACURA INTEGRA, S/S,
tow door B18 motor, custom paint,very fast,
sunroof asking $3800 ONO
ALSO 1999 Buick Regal,
excellent engine, needs body work,
Asking $2000 ONO ph#433-5957/432-4178


2004 HONDA ACCORD COUPE V6,
black ext., wiht black leather int.,A/C, CD player,
factory rims and sunroof, in excellent condition,
asing $10000 ONO ph#357-8083



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BBF #750
2005 NISSAN SENTRA,
pwr everything, CD, Ice Cold A/C, 2 owner, low
mileage, clean title, asking $5,900 OBO
ph# 428-5599


BBF 4720
1992 TOYOTA SOARER,
sunroof, turbo, upgraded, clutch injectors,
Fully loaded, asking $7,500 ono,
ph# 454-5502 / 565-1674


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2006 CHEVY IMPALA,
silver exterior, grey interior, cd player, a/c, tints,
good condition, $10,000 O.N.O
Serious inquires only!, 324-5776, 357-4853


BBF #723
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
2dr, A/C, CD, Fully loaded, 22" rims asking
$12,000 w/rims, $10,500 without rims for sale
separately
ph# 676-3261/426-8323


2004 BRONZE MAXIMA,
clean inside/out, black leather interior, A/C, on
22" rims, CD player/tape player.
Asking $13,500 ONO ph#433-6491/393-0675


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2005 NISSAN MAXIMA,
fully loaded, moon roof, factory rims, A/C, 6 disc
CD player, owner leaving island, good working
condition, asking $12500 ONO serious enquiries
only, ph#636-0683/326-5267


2006 INFINITI G35 COUPE,
42,000mls, pearl custom paint job/tan leather
interior, custom sound system, 22inch rims,
many extras. Very Clean!
$21,000 obo.
Tel 328-7316/7


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RIB #648
2003 NISSAN ALITMA
Black exterior with grey interior.
Needs engine, sold as is. Asking $2500.00
Cell 434-9444


CHRYSLER 300 TOURING EDmON
Color: Mint Green

Conditiondition: Very Good
Price: $20,000
Telephone: 424-0434







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rRIB #428
1996 KIA COMBI
Yellow exterior. $26,000.00 ono
25 seats, aircondition, left hand drive
Call 361-6350 cell 436-6781 or 467-0181


1998 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Executive Series, sound system, rims, licensed
and insured until June, silver ext, light grey int,
HID Lights, asking $9,000 OBO
ph# 448-6386 / 362-2298


2000 TOYOTA BB,
black ext, black int, 1.5 vvti Motor, New TRD
Suspension, Greddy turbo kit, 16' rims, asking
$8,500 ONO
ph# 454-6553 / 454-3911


CRIB #637
1996 LEXUS ES300
Black Exterior
Tan Interior, 107K Miles
$5K OBO Ph: 357-9019
1994 LEXUS ES300
Gold Exterior, Tan Interior
130K Miles
Free with 1996 Model












"RIB 0638
2003 FORD FOCUS
Light green exterior with beige interior.
$5,200.00 obo. Automatic, clean title, just
serviced, AC, CD player, good condition
Cell 434-2761 -


2000 LINCOLN LS V8
Black exterior. $5500.00 obo
Owner leaving Island. Needs full line -
replacement
Serious inquiries only. Price negotiable.
Call 324-4613 or 426-2546


2000 HONDA ACCORD
black exterior, 4 cylinder, 2dr, A/C, clean
inside/out needs spray job
Asking$2500
ph#433-0431/361-2674


2008 HONDA 650 XRL TRAIL MOTOR BIKE
Red & white. $6,500.00
Like new, chrome down with accessories
1999 HONDA ACCORD $5,500.00
Tel 364-3691, 557-1205.


2007 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blue/grey exterior with black/leather interior
$13,000.00 obo. AC, power windows,
push button start satellite, low mileage.
Serious enquiries only. Cell 425-2468


2005 HONDA ACCORD
Charcoal grey exterior with grey/leather interior,
AC, AM/FM radio, CD player, power window,
in excellent condition. Owner leaving Island.
Must go. $14,000.00 ono
Call 395-7608 or 468-9711


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2000 MERCEDES BENZ E-CLASS
Silver exterior, charcoal cloth interior, good
condition, runs great, everything work AC, CD,
PW, PL. Priced to sell. $9,900.00 ono
Trades considered, no reasonable offer refused
Cell 424-5964


(2) 1995 HONDA PRELUDE
Identical, 1 black the other silver, 4 cylinder,
Japanese model, cold AC, CD, new tires,
recently serviced, licensed & registered,
great condition.
$3000 each or both for $7,200.00
Ph:-376-9126


2008 CHEVY IMPALA
Dark blue ext, gray int
Automatic, power windows/locks/am/fm radio,
CD player, extra clean, asking $13,500 ono.
Serious inquiries only!
Tel 341-8221, 457-1303, 361-6758.


2008 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with tan interior. $26,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, xm radio, 6 disc CD changer.
One owner, just in from states, clean title, S/R,
low mileage.
1999 HONDA ACCORD. $5,500.00
Call 364-3691, 557-1205










TRIB #676
2007 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver exterior with black/leather interior
$15,000.00, 30k miles, new rims & tires, like
new in & out, push button start.
2007 FORD TAURUS,
Like new, 40k miles. $7,000.
Cell 357-8178


TRIB #631
2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT
White exterior $23,500.00. Fully loaded.
Special financing for government and hotel
workers
2007 DODGE NITRO LIMITED.
Sunroof, leather. $25,500.00
Call 322-8759 Cell 434-8001


1996 CHEVY S10 AMERICAN TRUCK
Green exterior with grey interior. Good truck,
Solid. $2,800.00
1998 NISSAN SENTRA
Cell 556-0510


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TRIB #781
2005 JAGUAR X-TYPE VDP
Dark silver exterior. Fully loaded, wood grain
interior, heated and cool seats. Excellent
condition, clean title. Limited edition.
$16,500.00. Cell 426-6987 or 436-0125


2004 GMC YUKON XL
ac/leather/sunroof
3rd row sent on 22 inch rims
bose surround squad 16,000 heater seats
Call 426-8207


rRIB #659
2007 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE SPYDER
Silver exterior with lite dark grey/leatherirjterior
$19,500.00 obo
Automatic trans. Fully loaded, sound system,
mint condition
Cell 427-7095


TRIB #746
FOR SALE
MERCEDES BENZ CLS 500 2006
FULL OPTION CAR
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY
ANY REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE
CONSIDERED
CALL 424-2863


2006 HONDA ACCORD
Greynite exterior with black/leather interior, fully
loaded, sunroof, 4 door.
Also
Silver ACCORD
Let's make a deal
Call 364-4451 or 557-8362


rRIB #786
1995 CHEVROLET TILT MASTER
White exterior with grey interior
Standard shift, Ideal truck for landscaping,, trash
removal, furniture ect. In good condition, One
owner. $7,500.00
Cell 558-3911


TRIB #780
S1998 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior. $5,000.00 ono
4 door, in good condition. No offer will be
refused, sound system included.
Call 361-4711 or 467-8381 or 431-2213


2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Champagne exterior with tan/leather interior
sunroof, HID lights and 22" rims.
Asking $7,200.00 Willing to negotiate, must sell
Contact 436-7114 or 326-t502


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TRIB #669
2006 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with black interior, leather
seats, disk changer, moon roof, chrome
accessories, tinted. Asking $7,500.00 obo
Call 429-2116 or 470-4356 or 434-4892


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2003 INFINITI G-35
Grey exterior with black leather interior
Sell As is. Excellent price. $14,000.00 ono
Call 424-7144


TRIB #724
2002 PT CRUISER CHRYSLER
Blue exterior with tan interior
$6,900.00 ono
A super sweet ride. clean in and out, Jeather and
suede interior, sunroof, CD player, AC.
Call 361-3204 cell 465-0469








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TRIB #726
2004 HONDA ACURA-TSX
Silver exterior, black/ leather interior, 4 door,
$11,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, moon roof, fast- fast.
Call 328-3397 or 636-3728 or 456-7585


TRIB #758
2006 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with black interior
$17,500.00 ono
Leather, sunroof, LED tail lights, power
everything, rims, AC. In excellent condition.
Call 394-2809 or 525-8989









rRIB #767
1999 MECEDES BENZ CLK 320
Black exterior, black leather interior. $17,000.00
Clean title, freshly painted, sunroof, pioneer in
dash DVD player, bose sound system, brand
new 2002 HID head ligts. In immaculate
condition. 363-3636,427-2125,535-0777


TRIB 1861
2004 CHEVY IMPALA
ROYAL BLUE EXTERIOR WITH GREY INTERIOR.
EXCELLENT CONDITION, 20" ICE RIMS, CUSTOM
CHROME GRILL AND CUSTOM HALO HEAD
LIGHTS.
CALL FOR PRICE. 393-2891 OR 535-0041


TRIB #794
2007 DODGE CHARGER
Grey exterior with charcoal cloth interior ,fully
loaded, excellent condition, 69,000 miles, clean
title, AC, CD. Asking $23,000.00 ono
Call 477-7084 or 465-2527


2002 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Silver exterior with black/leather interior
$6200.00 ono. AM/FM, 6 disk CD changer, v6
3.0 v tech, twin exhausts, motorized sunroof,
134,000 miles. In good condition, AC, tints.
Call 324-2814,466-8823


1998 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with grey interior. $4,500.00
Clean, runs great, good on ga,s factory
honda rims.
Call 455-7909 or 432-5247


2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Price neg.,$10, 500
Call 392-3106, 376-9953 or 376-9954


D 8 K TRACTOR 950,
Backhoe, sm roller 3 Dump Trucks trailer
tar trucks.
Call 1-242-337-0679 or 1242-357-1207


2004 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 320
Good Condition
$32,000.00 ONO
Tel.: 424-1825


TRIB #851
2000 CHEVY CAVALIER
Grey exterior with black and grey interior.
4 door. $2500.00 negotiable
Call 393-1987 or 431-0649


1997 TOYOTA COROLLA
good condition with A/C.
$4,000.00 or O/N/O
Phone: 3248931 or 457-4015


2004
CHEVROLET COLORADO
Black exterior with grey interior, automatic,
clean in & out, AC, power everything.
"Excellent condition, 4 doors and low miles",
brand new rims & tires. Serious inquiries only.
$14,500.00. Cell 448-5602


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FRIB #821
2009 HONDA ACCORD LX
Silver exterior with charcoal interior
$29,900.00. Clean title, immaculate condition,
low low mileage, PW, PL, AC, CD.
Priced to sell trades considered.
Call 424-5964

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TRIB #823
2004 ROVER RANGE
Green exterior with tan interior, clean.
Came from American with a slight hit to the left
front, Damage left light,, left fender, front
bumper, hood and grill. $30,000 obo
Call 436-9213


TRIB #836
JUST IN FROM JAPAN ACCORT SIR.T
Stick shift, vtec motor, leather, cold AC, 17"
racing wheels, new tires, spoiler, alarm, alpine
audio, race exhaust. HID lights, fresh pearl
paint, black interior, new condition.
Serious enquiries only.
376-9126


2003 CHERVOLET SILVERADO 2500 HD
White exterior with grey/black interior CD, AC,
power boost.Asking $14,500.00
120 miles.
376-0083 or 424-8380


CONTRACTOR SPECIAL!
2001 FREIGHT LINER FL 70 DUMP TRUCK
White/grey, 10 yds dump truck, like new,
includes, 16ft trailer along with trunk (a steal)
$14,500.00
Cell 557-4609


2000 FORD F-150
Whie exterior
$5,900.00. Fully loaded, good running
condition, double cab, 4 door.
Call 324-4416, 395-1706.


2009 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior, black leather, first value at
$28,000.00, selling for $26,000.00
Fully loaded
Call 361-4546


FRIB #903
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Burgundy. $9,500.00 ono
HID lights, good condition, AC, sound system.
Call 434-8196 or 448-5078


CRIB #905
1999-2000 FORD EXPEDITION
Dark green exterior with tan brown interior
$5,500.00 ono
Brand new 22" rims, pioneer player, project
lights with tan clean exterior.
Call 361-8542 cell 455-7311


RIB a916
2002 DAE WOO
Black exterior with blue & grey interior
$2,650.00.
Good running condition,
must see to appreciate.
Call 326-8850 or 432-8843


2004 FORD MUSTANG
Red exterior with grey interior. $7,500.00. Parts
for.Maxima, Impala, Altima, and others.
Cell 454-7111


1997 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with green interior.
$3900.00 obo
4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic, sunroof.
Runs good, AC. Call 394-1005 or 376-4678


2005 INFINITI 635
Pearl white with tan leather interior.
Many upgrades. $20,000.00
very clean Call for details. 394-4114
or 544-1905


CATERPILLER CAT 30 FORKLIFT.
Good condition, 250 hrs. $8,500.00
Call 356-3529


JUST IN FROM US AUCTION
2000 FORD FOCUS
Standard shift, red exterior. In excellent
condition. Call 552-2894 or 434-2586


TRIB #962
2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
Green exterior with grey interior. $2,500.00 Very
good condition, power locks and windows, AC,
AM/FM radio, good mileage. Car very
econmical, good on gas and ready to go
No reasonable offer. 426-8914


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TRIB #888
1998 ALTIMA.
Good condition and great paint job.
Call 502-9420 or cell 425-0344


TRIB #897
2003 DODGE NEON
Red exterior with black interior, clean, cold AC,
CD player, runs good $3,800.00 ono
Call 429-6404


TRIB #890
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA(Special Edition)
Blue(navy) exterior with grey interior, full lip kit,
AC, CD player, leather seats, sunroof, 3.0
engine, runs great. $5,800.00
1996 DODGE NEON.
Only needs a engine head,
Asking $350.00. 434-0158


TRIB #925
2005 INFINITI G-35
Black exterior with black/ leather interior.
$14,000.00 price negotiable
22" chrome rims. 6 disc changer.
Cell 456-5956 -


1999 ALTIMA NISSAN
Silver exterior with grey interior
$4,800.00 obo
Great condition in & out, alarm system, 15" rims
& well kept. Must go and has to sell.
Only serious inquiries. Call now 524-4508


2004 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with black interior. 2 door,
p/w, auto clean interior, custom sound system,
20 inch rims. Asking $12,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. Cell 465-9329



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2011 FORD FIESTA
Bright magenta with light stone interior
.$22,000.00 obo
Brand new, never driven, priced for quick sale.
Trades considered, no reasonable offer will be
refused. Call 322-7845 cell 556-9180


2004 MERCEDES C240
White exterior with silver interior, 57k miles,
clean inside, leather, sunroof. $14,000.00
2000 DODGE NEON
$3,000.00
Call 364-6033 cell 425-7060


TRIB #942
2004 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior, grey/leather interior
$10,500.00 ono. Fully loaded, AC, sunroof,
Call 436-3554


2004 DODGE RAM 1500
White exterior with black interior
Excellent work or leisure vehicle,
Recently serviced and painted. $15,000.00 ono
Make an offer.
"Call 454-6850 or 535-1669


2008 HONDA CIVIC EX COUPE
Red exterior, grey interior, low mileage,
sunroof, fuel efficient .Asking $17,000.00.
Reasonable offers considered.
Call 327-5769 cell 376-4334


'RIB #935
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior withtan/leather interior.
CD player, sunroof, good condition
Call 361-5625 or 434-3807


TRIB 1r950
2007 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with tan/leather interior. Fully loaded, v6
engine, sunroof, touch screen, xm radio, 6 disc CD
changer, wood grain, heated seats, low miles, must see
to appreciate. Serious inquiries.
$13,500.00 ono. 436-5379/454-6303


2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Candy red exterior with tan interior $5,800.00
ono. AC, CD player, tinted windows, clean in
and out.
Call 455-7434 or 425-6385


*RIB 4#930
2007 CHEVROLET HHR STICK SHIFT,
MINT CONDITION, DARK GREY, GREY
INTERIOR, AC /CD PLAYER/ ALARM
SYSTEM, WANT QUICK SALE $12,000.00
ONO
TEL: 525-9276/ 327-7189


2007 JEEP COMMANDER
Gold exterior with tan interior. Very clean, 3rd
row seats, 3.7, AC cold, CD player,
Must see to appreciate. $20,000.00 ono
Call 323-5016 cell 425-1146 or 302-3805


2004 DODGE DURANGO LIMITED
Black exterior with grey interior
$11,500.00, 3rd row seat, sunroof, 6 disk CD
player, power locks and windows.
Call 429-1120


2002 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO
White(pink gloss from sun) black/leather
interior, sunroof, 22" chrome rims
Was asking $7,500.00, now asking $6,500.00
Owner leaving Island.
Call 326-3440 or 565-0050


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2006 CHEVROLET EQUINOX
White exterior with leather interior
In excellent condition.
Call 552-2894 or 434-2586


1999 RANGE ROVER
Navy blue exterior with blue/leather exterior
In excellent condition.
Call 552-2894 or 434-2586













TRIB #958
2006 KIA OPIRUS
Pearl exterior with grey interior. $8,900.00
Luxury edition, wood grain, CD, AC, suede
seats, must see to appreciate. Trades offer with
cash welcome as wel.l Cell 455-4083


2003 INFINITI G35
Dark grey exterior with tan interior. HID head
lights, DVD sound system, six speed manual
exhaust condition, fully loaded. $11,500.00
Willing.to negotiate. Cell 456-9616 or 455-0273


1998 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
FOR SALE.
Black exterior with tan interior $1,200.00
Interested, please call 326-8912


2005 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior. Fully loaded, v6,
22" rims, 6 disc changer, sunroof, 4 door.
Must go. $13,000.00
Cell 636-6917 -


2002 FORD EXPLORER
Champagne exterior, brown interior/tan interior.
$10,000.00 ono.
Alloy rims, keyless, entry, 3rd row seat.
Cell 565-2577


2000 KIA SEPHIA
Green exterior with grey interior.'
In need of repairs.
$1,400.00
Call 544-2658 for details


1995 MITSUBISHI CANNON
White exterior
$8,000.00 price negotiable
Call 465-5306 or 393-6787
From 10am-1:00pm


2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
Champagne exterior, grey interior. $9,000.00"
Clean inside & out, nearest reasonable offer.
Runs great
ALSO HONDA XR 650.00 FULL WHITE.
Call: 364-4649 or 434-9687 or 324-1882


1 1998 NISSAN ATLAS
White exterior. $6,000.00 price negotiable
Call 465-5306 or 393-6787
From 10am-1:00pm


fRIB #980
2004 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior, beige interior. $8,500.00
Standard shift, 5 speed, very clean
Ask for Terreance or Lee. At Tint Vision.
Call 328-8468 or 425-2912 or 455-3144


RIB JUST IN FROM US#9
JUST IN FROM US


1994 NISSAN 300-ZX
Blue exterior with black/blue interior
2 seater, CD player, 5 speed, cold AC, alloyed
rims, t-top. clean in and out. One owner, runs
and looks good. $6,500.00
Call 426-0246 or 423-1427


T1RIB #986
2004 ALTIMA
Gold exterior with black interior Asking
$7,500.00 obo. Reasonable offer considered.
Owners leaving the island.
Good condition, AC, CD player. Call 535-5758


TRIB #971
2003 H2 HUMMER
Black exterior with black/leather
'$50,000
DVD player, good condition, AC.
Call 325-6798 or 6368B936


2003 HONDA ACCORD
Pearl white exterior, 22" rims, sunroof, CD
player, ipod player with AC. Gi'eat condition
$8,500.00
AISO 2090 MAXIMA
On 22" rims. $5,500.00
Cell 423-3824 or 466-7936


2001 HONDA CIVIC
Champagne exterior. Excellent condition,
Clean in and, automatic, power window.
Call 324-1735 cell 552-7666


2006 DODGE MAGNUM SE
Cream exterior with cream/black interior,
$10,434.00. Clean title recently serviced &
diagnosed at dealer, low miles. 1 owner
records maintained, premium sound system,.
HID project factory head lights xenon, rear
folding sets. 429-8571/376-6063


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BBF #767
2001 ACURA, CL
3.2 V6, original rims, 2 door, nice blue, very
clean, leather seats, sunroof, fully loaded, very
fast, $7,200, Call: 423-0346 or 454-7377
Owner leaving island


F #766
2003 YUKON,
leather interior, pwr everything, 22" rims,
Asking $8,500 Ono w/ out rims $7,500
ph# 468-3297 / 558-4480


FORKLIFT FOR SALE
5000 lb lift capacity, 3 stage lift, gasoline,
asking $2200 ONO
ph#422-4725/324-5476


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2004 FORD EXPLORER XL
Dark green exterior, dark grey interior,
Excellent condition, air condition, power
windows, CD player, automatic clean.
$11,000.00 ono
Call 324-3568 cell 457-1210 424-5840


rRIB #985
1997 HONDA INSPIRE
Black exterior with dark interior. Car running,
great solid License, CD player, ready to go,
clean in and out. Serious inquiries only.
$3,500.00
Call 434-5589 454-3859


BBF #756
2008 HONDA ACCORD,
4 dr., black ex., black leather int., bucket seats,
22" rims XM radio, sunroof, fog lights, DVD, fully
loaded asking $25000 ph#395-4367


3BF #757
2008 NISSAN MAXIMA,
pwr everything, black and chrome 22" rims, HID
Fog lights, push start, asking $18,000
ph# 429-2503


IB #999
2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
Green exterior with grey interior
$3,600.00 ono
CD player, AC, power locks & window.
Good on gas. Call 322-6163 or 565-7105


TRIB #994
2005 NISSAN MAXIMA
Dark blue exterior with grey interior
$14,000.00 ono
22" chrome rims, HID lights(blue), DVD/CD
player, moonroof, factory rims included, chrome
door handles.
Chrome rims for $1500.00 ono
432-5678


TRIB #014
2002 FORD TAURUS
White exterior with grey interior
This one's for youl
Nice inside out, ar condition, radio & CD tape, 3.0
engine, clean title, Must see. Asking $5,500.00
Call 535-8885


RIB #04
2 BUSES FOR SALE- 2004 AND 2005
Excellent running condition, DVD screen,
Sound system, AC and one owner.
Route 15
Serious inquiries.
Call for price. 436-9347 or 423-5523


2002 MERCEDES BENZ
$17,500.00
Call 341 8181 427-4277


FRIB #988
2005 DODGE RAM 1500
Gray exterior, black/leather interior, AC, CD
player, power windows & doors, alarm system,
clean title. Only one owner with 45k.
Asking $25,000.00 negotiable
Call 327-6767 or 424-4780
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TRIB #977
2002 LAND ROVER FREE LANDER,
Leather interior CD/pleyer.
Selling as is.$3500 ono
Call 433-8410










TRIB #992
2006 HONDA COUPE
Dark grey exterior with grey interior
11,500 w/o rims obo and 12500 w/rims obo.
Ice cold a/c, freshly serviced, sunroof, brand
new tires,alarm and cd player/radio.
Jsut serviced, in excellent condition.
Call 328-1393/525-0000


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TRIB #01.5
2002 HONDA CIVIC LX
Green exterior with tan interior. $7,500.00
2 door, tinted windows, AC, licensed, great on
gas, clean in and out, need to see to appreciate
Owner leaving Island. Must see, must sell
324-0257,424-0879,324-6661


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TRIB P535
G.M.C TRUCK- 1999
Double Cab, Runs well, In good condition!
8,000 champaign colour
PHONE Contacts-324-5935
5252936/426-4433


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2005 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER
Green Exterior,
Asking 8,500.00 -ONO
436-7409 or 341-3754





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1994 36FT AVANTI BOAT,
2005 Twin 275 Mercury Verado's, trailer
included, 300 gallon tank
all instruments.
Asking $45,000 OBO
ph# 535-5662













TRIB #644D
NEW 2010 YAMAHA (1800CC)
FX Series Super/ High Output, 4-Stroke Wave
Runners.
Few units available, call for prices @ 393-0262.


rRIB #05
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Baby blue exterior with grey/leather interior
$4,400.00
Sunroof, factory CD player, HID lights
(clear blue).Call 465-2298 or 433-4116


CUSTOMIZED 2004
26 FEET REGAL SPORT
Black/white with 190 HP diesel, excellent
condition. Appraised at $65,000.00
Asking $45,000.00 ono
Call 393-4732 cell 427-2864


2004 CHRYSLER SERBRING
FROM USA.
Red exterior, 4 door, automatic, AC, CD player,
dual airbags, power winwow/door, 45 k miles,
factory rims. License & inspection. Very clean.
$6,750.00 ono.
Call 361-7171 or 434-4182












TIB #788A
53 HATTERAS MOTOR YACHT 1978.
GM8V71 engine with estimated 900hrs SMOH
3 stateroom and 3 headsFull galleyGreat family
Asking $159,000.00. Make Offer.
Bahamian Duty paid. 393-0262.











sRIB #644C
17 FT EDUARDONO SKIFF.
NEW.Solid fiberglass. Hull, Cash sale price
reduced to
$5,900. Fully rigged With a Yamaha E40 h/p,
Cash
sale price reduced to $8,700.00.Call 393-0262.


31 CONTENDER "TOURNAMENT" EDITION
2008.
Twin Yamaha 250 hp 4 strokes. Loaded with
options. Garmin GPS/RADAR/Bottom Sounder;
VHF, SAT Stereo. Extra wide T-top, leaning
post, 3 livewells, rear bench seat.
Own the best. $120,000,00
trades considered. 393-0262.











TRIB #810
FOR SALE
GET PREPARED FOR THE SUMMER!ll
20" WELLCRAFT
With bimini top and 200 hp engine..
Trailer included, $14,000.00 ono
Cell 376-7642


TRIB #972E
3-40" REFRIGERATED CONTAINER
$7,000.00 price negotiable
ALSO 1-20" REFRIGERATED
$5,000 price negotiable.
Call 465-5306 or 393-6787
From 10am-1:00pm


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TRIB #972
1 TRAILER CHASSIS
WITH WATER TANKER
$10,000.00 price negotiable.
Call 465-5306 or 393-6787
From 10am-1:00pm


1996 NISSAN CEFIERO
Silver exterior with grey interior. $4,200.00
Fully loaded, new paint job, ready to drive.
License as well
ALSO
1995 TOYOTA COROLLA
Fully loaded. Asking $3700.00 obo
Call 636-7877


FREEPORT, GB
24' GRADY WHITE BOAT
Cabin (sleeps 4).CD,VHF
Radio. Twin 150 Yahamas
Excellent condition. Twin Axel Aluminum Trailer
Ready to go.$25K o.n.o
(242) 441-2399 / (242) 553-7758


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1 TRAILER CHASSIC
$5,000.00 Price negotiable
Call 465-5306 or 393-6787
From 10am-1:00pm


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Can be used as a ferry boat, tour boat or for
fishing. Enquirers can call Thomas in GTC
Abaco at (242) 365-4019 or (242) 475-8195.


1999 YAMAHA 270 JET BOAT
Yellow & white with twin 1200cc engines, very
clean inside and out with trailer, very very fast
It take's a crew of seven to Andros from
Nassau in 30 minutes.
$9,000.00 obo
1-242-436-9213 436-9213










rRIB #873
2008 SEADOO 16FT 150 SPEEDSTER
215 HP, 80 Hours Only Comes with Trailer,
Leather Seats, Built in Cooler, CD Player
Great on Gas, Speeds up to 60 MPH.
Price Reduced For Quick Sale
Now Askingl4.000,00.
376-1914


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17FT EAGLE HULL
85 yamaha motor. $5000.00
Call 422-0105


PRICE B$18,000.
BRAND NAME: EXCALIBUR
Model nr.: WELDFH58K900
Year: 2000
Engine : 7.4 Litre MPI V8
Hours: 282
Phone nr. 359-3212 or 424-1198
Boat in excellent condition.



COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSELL FOR SALE
70FT "Miss Londa Caterpillar main engine,
70k.w, Izuzu generator, tankage 6,000 gal diesel,
2,800 gal gas & 3,400 gal water, equipped with R/O
water maker, 50,000 pound freezer hold with 2 6hp
compressors.All navigation & communication
equipment in good working order, Accomodation for
11 crew. Spare main engine (used)
included. Vessel is actively Lobstor fishing at
present.
Asking $200,000 ono
Contact Nicholas 1 242-333 5012
Corey 1 242-333 4571 or Ronnie Pinder
1 242-557-7947


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TRIB #901
FOR SALE
1998 MAKO 252 CC
White/green trimming. With 2004 twin mercury
Opt 174, gps fish finder, depth finder.
VHF charter plotter
AM/FM stereo compass.
Call 473-2611 cell 464-5727 or 347-2198





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rRIB #902
1998 22' OCEANIC BOAT &TRAILER
FOR SALE.
Colored GPS with chart ploter, compass,
Vhs radio, 200 hp mercury 1996.
Sleep 3 in cabin
Hydrolic steering & fish finder,
Sale. $7,500.00 ono. Call 445,2855/ 392-2962













New upholstery, Bimini top, stereo, benette sport
tabs, Aluminum float-on trailer. $15,000.00 ono
MUST SELL
Call 427-6453 or 364-0453











TRIB 4907
19' FORMULA, YAMAHA 200
Pioneer CD player,6 pioneer speakers, bildge
pump, compass, fresh water tank, salt water
tank, bimini top, running lights, & also with the
trailer. $16,500.00 ono
Call 326-2140 or 465-4540


FRIB #012
WELLCRAFT V-20 FISHERMAN,
Johnson 225 Engine. $7,000 ONO.
Call 359-1137.








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TRIB 644A
NEW 2010 YAMAHA VX SERIES
WAVERUNNER.
Dependable and fuel efficient 4 stroke engine.
Excellent throttle response and quiet operation.
Wide swim platform w/ladder for easy boarding.
High 3 person cruiser seat,
call us today fgr pricing 393-0262.


TRIB #974
1984 CUSTOM BUILT LOBSTER FISHING
BOAT
White /blue. $22,000.00 obo
38 FT LOBSTER FISHING BOAT
250 horse power diesel engine, runs, solid hull
$20,000 obo
Call 364-4649 or 636-0329 or 434-3373


TRIB #889
2004 SEA FOX OPEN FISHERMAN
225hp, 4-stoke boat & engine
254-hrs, 2005 trailer, excellent condition,
garage kept, never sail in Bahamas, trim tabs
(2)72 quarts coolers,
remote lights. $34,000 ono. Quick sale.
Call:433-9557/392-4673


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NEW YAMAHA "CRYPTON" SCOOTER
105cc four sIroke engine
Exiremely luel etircieni
Available in blue or red.
Ride all week and use only $3 gasl!!
Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to
$1,950.00!!.
TEL: (242) 393-0262












FRIB #643A
NEW YAMAHA YBR 125 MOTORCYCLE.
125cc, 4 Stroke engine. -Excellent quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a grea price.
Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New
Cash price at $,2495.00!!
Call us today at 393-0262.


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FRIB #643F
NEW YAMAHA BW 125CC SCOOTER.
Fully automatic transmission and easy to ride.
Long-wheel base, suitable for 2 passengers.
Electric and manual crank start, providing
exceptional versatility.on special for $ 4,200.00.
contact Shane at 393-0262.


TRIB #967A
SYM JET 125CC SCOOTER
4-Stroke Engine
Beat the Traffic & Fuel Prices!
Available in Red, Silver & Black
Sale Price $1,995.00
Phone: 393-0155/394-4823


S BBF #654


205-40-17 $85 00
215-35-18 $125 00
226-40-18 $125 00
225-30-20 $165 00
225-35-20 $165.00
245-35-20 $170 00
255-35-20 $180.00
235-30-22 $225 00
245-30-22 $220.00
255-30-22 $215.00
Pn#t 544-0502'375-4121


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3BF #751
2004 HONDA CR250,
2 stroke power band extremely fast, asking
$3500 ONO
ph#324-2128/466-8756


2007 SCOOTER RED & WHITE
$1,200.00 ono
Brand new licensed and insured.
Call 434-8196 cell 448-5078


rM X-WOLF 125CC MOTORBIKE
4-Stroke Engine
Beat the Traffic & Fuel Prices!
Available in Red & Black
Sale Price $1,895.00
Phone: 393-0155/394-4823


20" RIMS AND TIRES FOR SALE,
5 lug universal
ALSO 2002 MONTE CARLO FOR SALE
Asking $4000 ph#455-6150


TRIB #868
SET OF 4 20" CHROME
DESIGNER RIMS WITH TIRES.
Excellent condition. $1400.00. Call 376-5405


TRIB #643C
NEW YAMAHA JOG 100CC SCOOTER
Dependable Transponation. 4 stroke engine is
very quiel and luel efficient.
you won't get stuck in traffic.
Cash Sales Price reduced to $2,300.00 New
Cash price slashed to $2,095.00
393-0262..


BBF #764
1992 HONDA CIVIC AND 2004 600 HONDA
FYI MOTORCYCLE PACKAGE
for $5500
pH#427-5460/361-0934


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I BBF #646 TI I1BBF #647


LOW PROFILE TIRE SALE
205-40-17 $95
215-40-17 $110
225-45-17 $120
215-50-17 $145
215-35-18 $125
225-40-18 $135
225-30-20 $175


225-35-20 $170
245-35-20 $175
245-40-20 $175-
255-35-20 $200
275-30-20 $275
275-40-20 $200
285-50-20 $200
Ph# 323-4365
Cell 434-4054


285-30-20 Call
235-35-19 $195
.265-30-19 $235
235-30-22 $230
245-30-22 $225
255-30-22 $215
265-35-22 $235
285-45-22 $265


265-40-22 $230
305-45-22 $250
305-40-22 $250
255-30-24 $285
305-35-24 $290
275-25-26 $300
305-30-26 $450
And many more .....
Ph# 323-4365
Ce11434-4054


3BF #673 .
BUMPERS, FENDERS, HOODS,
HEADLIGHTS ETC
ph# 364-9089 / 364-3011


rRIB #656
HID (HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE) KITS
Available for all cars w/ 1 year warranty for only
$100.00. Replacement bulbs & ballast available.
Call anytime for more info
Phone: 324-0961, 445-6422 or 556-0358


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TRIB #010
RADIATORS AND CONDENSORS.
$169.00 up.
Body parts suspension, headsets,transmission
kit and more.
Call 242-326-2249 or 242-395-5476 or 305-515-
4116












TRIB #644B
GENERATOR SALE.
The long awaited Yamaha ET950 is back. With
its lightweight, compact design combined with
Quiet operation and reliability, it's the # 1 choice
for portable power. Priced at $285.00 :
393-0262









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TRIB #673
HID KITS-$125
CD Players Starting at $110
BLACKBERRY TORCH 9800 $700
SOME ITEMS ARE NEGOTIABLE.
CALL 5564074

'RIB #899


JUKE BOXES
COIN-OPERATED FOR
SALE
Or profit sharing pre-
loaded with 500 songs
& leaser lignts, Can be
modified to play music
videos. Customized to
fIt any size any
silualton.
Songs upgraded
weekly. 422-6762/361-
7524


TRIB #643D
GENERATOR SALE:
NOW IN STOCK
Kipor KDE6700 Diesel generator. This
Generator comes electric start, in a sound
enclosure, very quiet and reliable.
Retail price was 1,900.00
now reduced.to $1,450.00!Cash sale price.
Call 393-0262










TRIB #643
Generator Sale.
It's Hurricane Season again and time to prepare.
NEW Yamaha generators as low as $695.001
very quiet operation and extremely reliable.
Models ranging from 2600 Watts to 6600 Watts
available.
Call: 393-0262


FOR SALE HAYWARD POOL HEATER
H250Pad 2 for 25000 gallon pool
Call 364-8487


FRIB #663
FOR SALE: BRAND NEW IN BOX
Wolf Stove DF486G-LP 6 burner Griddle
(10750 US List price plus sales tax.
New matching wolf hood(US list price 2000 plus
sales tax. New matching wolf backsplash with
shelf(US list Price 500. Sales Tax)
Call 364-8487


JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES
PLAYSTATION 3... $580.00
Playststion 3 with move $689.00
Xbox 360......$450.00
Cell 424-1825


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BBF #736
TOSHIBA LAPTOP 15" SPECIAL:
Windows 7; CD/DVD RW; 2.1 GHz ; 2GB RAM;
250 HD; Card Reader;. WIFI; Anti Virus
Software; 1 Year Warranty. Finance LayAway.
Price $489.99. Call 323.6315.


BBF #733
HP COMPAQ 15" LAPTOP SPECIAL:
Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM. 250HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti-Virus; Fax Line. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance I LayAway from $499.99.
Call 323.6315


COMPUTER LINKSYS WIRELESS
G ROUTER
Recession Special: Includes router; Ethernet
Cord; adapter; 4 port switch; and Wireless G
(802.11g) Access Point & Push button
technology. Warranty included. Price $79.99.
Call 323.6315.
tribune issue 737


HP LAPTOP 17",
webcam, 2gb ram, 200hd,
CD / DVD Rw, XP, Card Reader, wifi, $550
ph# 468-4488


NEW ANDROID TABLET COMPUTERS
$299.95,
ChaLean Extreme Complete Set $100.00,
3 Piece Table Set $100.00,
Call 328-1801 for more details.






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BBF #727
NORTON ANTIVIRUS SALE:
Industry leading protection against viruses,
spyware. Removes threats, causes no damage.
Scans constantly to stop future attacks.
Price $29.99.
Call 323.6315


BBF #732
HP MINI + DELL MINI LAPTOP SALE:
1GB RAM. 160HD. WIFI. Windows
XP/Windows 7. Webcam. Card Reader. Anti
Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty. Finance I
LayAway from $399.99. Call 323.6315.



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BBF #730
DELL ZINO DESKTOP SPECIAL:
2GB RAM; 250 HD; CD/DVD RW; USB Ports;
Win Vista I 7 + More; Anti-Virus; Speakers; NOT
included. Finance/LayAway from $599.99.
Call 323.6315


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BRAND NEW VIZIO 32" LCD HDTV $599
iPhones start at $350 Gateway Desktop
Package with lcd/wireless $699 357-5888


'RIB #750A
FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Pioneer DEH-130MP car CD player w/remote
$150
Ipod touch w/WiFI & camera 8GB $335
Nikon S3000 12.OMP digital camera
w/rechargeable battery $185.
Call 525-6223


ACER + ACER EM MINI LAPTOP:
1GB RAM. 160HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam.
Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year
Warranty. Finance I LayAway from $349.99.
Call 323.6315


BBF #729
DELL INSPIRON 15" LAPTOP SALE:
Win Vista/7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM.
160HD. WIFI. Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year
Warranty. Finance I LayAway from $499.99.
Call 323.6315.



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BBF #728
HP 4GB FLASH DRIVE SALE:
Store data, important files, videos, pictures and
take them with you. Works on any laptop or
desktop, just plug and play into any usb port.
Price $19.99. 1 Year warranty. Call 323.6315

BB- #1740


LATEST PS3
GAMES $20,
High tech spy
gadgets, High tech
micro video
recorders, Wireless
router Ph# 449-
9625


Super Salelll
Sony Standard Definition
Camcorders
from $150 Sony High Definition Camcorders
from $200, Sony and Canon Still cameras from
$50, One year limited warrantee
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3BF #735
HP COMPAQ COMPLETE DESKTOP
SPECIAL:
3GB RAM; 320 HD; CD/DVD RW; USB Ports;
Windows 7 + More; Anti-Virus; Speakers
included. Finance/LayAway from $599.99.
Call 323.6315


BBF #731
HP LAPTOP SPECIAL: WEBCAM;
Win 7. CD/DVD Burner. 2GHz. 3GB RAM.
320HD. WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and
Twitter Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance I LayAway from $599.99.
Call 323.6315


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Solid State External.Hard drives 500 Gigabits
$150, Flash Drives 16G $20 8G $15,
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7. Just plug and play. 1 Year Warranty. Price
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TRIB 4871
BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
Pioneer 1300rrip remott mrp3 resdy.
$140.00
Pioneer 2200 w/remote usb/ipod, mp3/ready
$185.00
JVC W/REMOTE Mp3 Ready KDR 210 $135.00
Call for more details. 376-3655/325-0815


rRIB #881
PS3 FOR SALE!
System w/(2) controllers & (1) game.
PS3 A/V cables also available.
Playstation 2 or 3 giving you problems?
Call for details. 341-1650 cell 535-6777

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NETWORK
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MapPacks, demos,
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with dual misc,- built fm radio.
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popular songs,-300 video games
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500, HTC Touch Pro2 @ $450 Motorola Black
flip @380 Blackberry 9550 Storm2 @450
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CHEAP CELLPHONES
AVAILABLE
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LG 32" LCD TV. $575.00
Call 525-6223

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OWNER LEAVING ISLAND


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I phone 3g $100,
I phone 4g from $200,
Iphone/Ipod car chargers $20,
Blackberrys from $150 Nokia phones from $50,
HTC smart phones from $100,
Cell phones for sale,
One year limited warrantee
Phone # 4499625


rRIB #981A
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
HP 1050 all in one printer $90.00
Pioneer external hard drive 500 GB. $125.00
Nokia C3 cell phone w/WiFi $235.00
Call 525-6223

CRIB #911
BLACKBERRY
CELLPHONES
Torch 9800... $729.99
Bold2 9700... $499.99
Curve 8520... $350.00
-Pearl Flip 8220...$234.99
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satellites recew,/ers
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live events
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FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Blackberry Curve'8520
w/WiFi $360
Nokia E71 w/WiFi $280
LG Cookie $170 w/WiFi
$230
Call 525-6223


BBF #692


S100 VALENTINE'S
PHONE SPECIAL:
Dual Sim
Phones:Memory card
slot, fm radio, music and
video,
Mp3 and Mp4
players,Cameras/ WIfi
phones available.
$200
Phone: 376-8704


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Battery.739.00
Blackberry cases/skins
$20-$25.00
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BATTERY
$39.00
Blackberry Curve 8320
$239.00 w/wifi
Blackberry Flip 8220
$229.00 w/wifi
Call 428-9161


POWER BALANCE BRACELETS
Power balance ... $20.00
power necklaces with pendants... $29.00
Titanium/gold brackelet... $39.00
Tel 341-0460 or 676-33977


186 STOVE LPG-6 Brurner, Griddle, Grill
SS covers
Excellent condition. $6000.00 OBO
Call 364-2189


BUTCHER BOY/BIRO
3 PHASE MEAT SAW
$1200.00
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EXCLUSIVES
ABACO! Unfinished triplex -
finish to your taste Completed
up to the belt beam, desirable
location, family neighbourhood.
Nice size corner lot. Web Ref:
564619. Price: $125,000
CABLE BEACH Spacious
3bd/3.5bt condo. Beach access
and pool/sun deck. Lots of
counter space and storage in
kitchen, ceramic tiles/carpet
throughout, ceiling fans, wall
a/c units & lots of windows.
Web Ref: 564454 Price:
$310,000 -
SANDYPORT DR! 3bd/3.5bt
condo. New floor tiles, painting,
an open floor plan, dining room,
living room, modern kitchen & 2
parking spaces. Hurricane
shutters and all the amenities of
Sandyport. Web Ref: 564541
Price: $422,000
SANDYPORT! Premier canal-
front townhouse. 4bd/3.5bt end
unit features 2,444 SF of living
space not including porches
and a covered carport. Private
deck, boat dock and boat
house! Web Ref: 563816
Price: $695,000
LAKE CUNNINGHAM! Elegant
family home in gated
community with 4+bd/3.5+bt.
Features centre island, maple
cabinets, granite counter tops,
ss appliances, formal dining
room & impressive master
suite. Pool house, pool, 2-car
garage & lots more. Web Ref:
564913. Price: $995,000
FOR SALE
FOX HILL! Multi-family lot
being 82' x 92" in an ideal
location. Plans for a triplex
apartment building included.
Web Ref: 564812. Price:
$106,999
CENTREVILLEI Hill top,
panoramic views can be
enjoyed from a private balcony
at this cozy 2bd/2bt condo in a
convenient location just
minutes from Downtown
Nassau & Paradise Island.
Web Ref: 565043. Price:
$120,000
LYFORD HILLS! Excllsive
gated community with single
family and multi-family lots
available. Will feature. a Club
House with dining rooms,
tennis courts, bike & jogging
trails and lots of open spaces.
Web Ref: 563534. Price:
$146,000+
CHARLOTTEVILLE! 7,109 SF
single family lot within great
,gated community is the ideal
'ome site to construct your
custom home. Located just four
lots away from the Club House.
Web Ref: 565001. Price:
$152,000
SANDFORD DOR Fully
renovated, modem one
bedroom, one bath townhouse
is nestled amongst the trees in
a lovely complex with
swimming pool and tennis
court. Web Ref: 564988. Price:
$240,000
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
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HARBOUR ISLAND! Just half
a block from Pink Sands Beach
with all utilities available this
open zoned lot featuring 13,728
SF is a rare opportunity. Web
Ref: 562913. Price: $397,000
SANDYPORT! 3bd/3bt
apartment features ocean
views, spacious rooms, top of
the line appliances & plumbing
fixtures, ceramic tiled floors,
verandah and much more. Web
Ref: 8509. Price: $420,000
CABLE BEACH! Beautifully
furnished 2bd/2bt condo with
private patios extending the
1,650SF of living space to
include the outdoors & offer
spectacular views of the beach,
ocean & beyond. Web Ref:
564144. Price: $589,000
SANDYPORT! Lushly
landscaped, spacious property
with a well designed home
featuring 3bd/2.5bt and lots of
outdoor areas to enjoy. 150 feet
of canal -frontage, travertine
floor tiles, wood ceilings,.
granite counter tops, awning
window shutters, a spacious
balcony and covered patio.
Web Ref: 564821. Price:
$1.9M
FOR RENT
STAPLEDON GARDENS!
Great 3bd/2bt home close to all
necessities. Offers an open
floor plan, tiled throughout,
central and wall unit air-
conditioning & washer/dryer.
With appliances only. Web Ref:
564922. Price: $1,500 p/m
SANDYPORT! 2bd/2.5bt
condo. Renters will enjoy turn-
key convenience from fully
furnished, tastefully decorated
unit that overlooks lagoon and
ocean. Euro kitchen, private
balconies & more. Web Ref:
9425. Price: $2,500 p/m
PARADISE ISLAND 2bd/2.5bt
townhouse with pool, assigned
parking & central air. Fully
furnished. Web Ref: 565012.
Price: $2,500 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Beautifully
renovated ground floor 2bd/2bt
condo on the ocean with
spacious, sun deck and
community pool. Beautifully
decorated, private garden &
much more. Web Ref: 565006.
Price: $2,700 p/m
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
Gorgeous 2bd/2.5bt waterfront
Condo, pool, tennis, beach
facilities. Gated community with
24hrs security just minutes from
private school and shops. Web
Ref: 565018. Price: $3,200
Im
PARADISE ISI This bright and
cheerful ground floor 2bd/2.5bt
unit is within easy walking
distance to the beach, is well
maintained and stylishly
furnished. Expansive views
overlooking the pool area, well
kept grounds and harbour
beyond. Web Ref: 565044.
Price: $3,500
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs


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SALES CONDOS & HOMES
3759 EXCLUSIVE
Jacaranda: Brand new 4bed
4bth home $990k
238 EXCLUSIVE -
Sandyport 4bed 3.5bth,home
furnish $895K
3791 Grove West home
4beds 4.5baths, pool, hilltop
elevation, spacious $825k
3739 Vista Marina 4bed 5bth
home furnish $520k
3630 Ocean West townhome
2bed 2.5bth $395k
3685 Ashford Villas 3bed
2.5bths $350k
3805 Beachfront Condo: 2
bed, 2 bath unit with beautiful
views $349,500 (WHERE IS
THIS?)
3717 Harbour Mews
townhome 2bed 1bth $316k
SALES LOTS
3754 Adelaide residential
acreage overlooking the creek
$495k
3132 Westridge residential
lot (120'x205') $346,500
3738 Indigo: 60 x- 100
residential lot in gated
community $175k
3568 Charlotteville 7,997 s.
ft. residential lot $154k
3766 Turnberry: 7,200 sq. ft.
residential lot in exclusive gated
community out West $145k
3844 Coral Vista Triplex Lot
7,600 sq. ft. $120k
3838 Venice Bay 100" x 100"
residential lot $118k
178 EXCLUSIVE Exuma
Regatta Ridge 10,000sf,
elevated with sea views 'lot
$100k
3424 EXCLUSIVE -
Summerhaven duplex lot
6,500sf, great investment $75k
3721 EXCLUSIVE Exuma
residential lot 10,000sf BS16
$6000
RENTALS
3848-Seabeach Estates
townhouse 2bed, 2bath, with
loft, spacious $2500pm
3850-Sandford Mews condo -
2bed 1.5bath, spacious
$2000pm
3804 Executive 3 bed, 3.5
bath Condo with panoramic
views $7,500
3839 West Bay Street
cottage 2bed 2.5bath $3,000
3790 Grove West home
4beds 4.5baths, pool, hilltop
elevation, spacious $6500pm
3387 SP townhome 4bed,
3.5bth furnish $6000 -
3707 Blair home 4bed 3bth
furnish $4000
3767 Eastern Rd home 3bed
3bth furnish $3950
3781 Sandy port Condo 3
bed, 3 bath unit with
spectacular views $3,500.00
3842 Sandyport 3 bed 3 bath
condo fully furnished $3,200.00
3840 Beachfront Condo 3
bed, 3.5 bath in gated complex
3807 Westridge spacious,
tastefully furnished 2beds 1bath
Cottage, connect with nature
$1,800
Call 362.5219 / 326.6441
www.moskorealty.com


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REAL ESTATE





KINGS REALTY

FOR SALE
Boatswain 2 bed 2.5 bath
Townhouse featuring Whirlpool
Appliances, Corian
countertops, enclosed and
landscaped yard, private
driveway, on property pool and
much more. Asking $295,000
East Street South New
Subdivision close to Calvary
Deliverance Church, Triplex Lot
50' x 113' with plans included
Asking $85,500
Mt Tabour 4-plex lot with
plans and poured foundation.
Asking $120,000
St. Andrews Beach Estates -
Beautiful 4 bed, 3.5 bath home
with spacious rooms, hardwood
flooring in master bed with
Whirlpool bath. Bay windows,
granite kitchen countertops,
custom cabinetry, landscaped
enclosed yard and more.
Asking $600,000
FOR RENT
Soldier Rd Two 1 bedroom
apartments unfurnished $450
per month
Cable Beach 1 bedroom fully
furnished condo with private
back yard, pool and washing
facilities in complex $1,200 per
month (water included)
Sanford Drive 3 bedroom 3.5
bath townhouse homes. Three
floors, 2,000+ sq. ft. complete
with wooden floors, burglar
bars, gated entry, ensuite baths
and walk-in closets. Available
fully furnished or semi-
furnished with fridge and stove,
washer and dryer for $3,500
per month
Yuma Estates 3 bed, 2 bath
fully furnished home with pool
Carmichael Rd 3 bed, 1 bath
split unit home in secure
neighborhood $1,700 per
month
PHONE: 323-8000
E-MAIL:
BAHAMAS@KINGSRE
ALTY.COM

1 ACRE OVER LOOKING
Atlantic Ocean,
Scub Hill Long Island.
Asking $90,000
1 ACRE, WHYMMS'
on the Highway.
Asking $60,000.
Call Frank, 1-242-337-
0679/357-1207

HOUSES FOR SALE
BY OWNER
2-storey 4-bedroom, 2.5 baths,
washroom, carport, quiet
neighbourhood. $350,000.
Serious inquiries only.
361-3898/468-3248/454-3082.


REAL ESTATE

BLESSED ROCK
REALTY

PHONE NO: 341-4303 OR
454-1702, 454-8978, 3956483
Coral Harbour Triplex Lot, 80 x
100 99,500.00
Off Carmichael Road, 52 x
100 73,000.00
Off Soldier Road 2Duplex
Lots 50 x 00, 49,000.00 @
Pine Barren of Prince Charles
Drive. Triplex Lot, 51x143,
72,000.00
Off Cowpen Road Duplex Lot
50 x100, 62,500.00
Fox Hill 2 Duplex Lots, 60x
100, 60,000.00
Chippingham Duplex Lots 97x
5, 65,000.00
Chippingham Duplex Lots
50x97, 60,000.00
Off Soldier Road Triplex Lots
50x140, 90,000.00
Off Soldier Road West
Residential Lots 50x1 00,
72,000.00
Sandilands Village Road 2
Triplex Lots 53x125, 86,000.00
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Coral Harbour Residential Lot
(Co-Broke) 60x150 $106,000.
Gardens Hills #2 50x100
70,000.00
Coral Breeze .Gated, 75x100
99,500.00
St. Andrews Beach
Residential Lot 90x90
120,00.0.00
Bacardi Road Gated. 80x100
95,000.00
Yuma Estates Gated, 65x100
95,000.00
Serenity 60 x 100 85,000.00
South Ocean Estates
1 00x 24 158,000.00
Twin Lakes (Co-Broke) 103x
140, 246,000.00
Marshall Road 5 Acres
925,000.00
South Beach on the water 76
x 224, 215,000.00
Off Gladstone Road (Co-
Broke) 9 Acres, 1.63 Mil
Off St. Vincent Road
1.80 Acres, 460,000.00
Nassau Village 3bed 1 bath,
good condition, 80x100,
110,000.00
Boatswain Hill of Carmichael
Road 2 storey house with 2
bed upstairs 1 bed downstairs,
2 bath, well water,, sold with
approved plan incomplete
100 x 536, 700,000.00
Soldier Road west (Co-Broke)
9141 sq ft, 193,000.00
Soldier Road West, 10199
SO.FT, 200,000.00
Fox Hill 70 x 320 220,000.00
Off Prince Charles Triplex
Lots 51 x146$65,000.00


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St. Albans Drive off West Bal
St. walk to beach:
Large 2 bed 2 bath furnishec
condo $189,000 -
Gardens Hills: 3 bed. 2 batt
house, $210,000
Off Marshall Road: 2 bed 1
bath Duplex $225,000.
Rawson Court: 3 bed 3 batt
Condo, Exceptional Sea View
$399,000
Glengarriff Gardens: Twc
Storey Home 4 bed 2 batl
$418,000
Sandford Drive: 3 bed 2.E.
Bath House $450,000
Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed
bath house with Tennis Cour
on two Lots $463,000
Sulgrave Manor: 2 bed 2 Batt
Townhouse $475,000
Westward Villas: 3 bed 2.E
bath full A/C Town House
Condo Front and reai
balconies, garage, pvt yarc
$495,000
Meeting Street: Split-leve
building ideal for Office
reduced for quick sale
$215,000.
Carmichael Road: Large
Commercial Building $595,000'
Blue Hill Road South
Commercial building $600,000
Oakes Field: Commercia
Building 23,700 sq ft
warehouse and office 1.1 Acre
land$1,500,000
Foxdale Sub. Lot $65,000
Claridgedale Sub. Corner lo
$63,000
Serenity-Gated. Single & Mult
Family lots starting @ $80,000
South Seas-Gated: lots
starting @ $83,796
Coral Breezes- Family lots
starts @$95,000
WestwindsGated Lot $113,90C
Lyford Hills great living, Lots
starting @ $117,600
Airport Industrial Parn
10,085sq. ft. $115,000
Destini Lakes: lots starts @
$99,000
Coral Vista -Large corner lo
$137,000
Jacaranda Gated Lots starts @
$143,000.
Charlottesville-Gated Lo
$150,000
Saffron Hill lots Starting S
$175,000, -
Off West Bay: Large M/F Lot .
mins from beach $200,000
South Westridge: With Lake
View $237,000
Balmoral Gated: lotU
$238,000.00
Indigo -Out West Lot with See
View $240,000
Infant View Road: Large Io
$250,000
Serenity Estates lots 100 >
304 $250,000.00
Westridge: Large lot 1.2 Acret
$390,000
East Street: Large Commercia
Lot w/ Structure $400,000
West Bay Street: 1.55 Acret
$2,500,000
Family Island Lots
Freeport:Barbery Beach of
Queens Highway 30 Acre.
$15,000,000
Ph: 328-2001 / 326-4400
Fax: 356-4044











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Our Motto: "PUT GOD FIRST" BUILDINGS BUILDINGS
326-8017, 326-8112
H-036 CORAL VISTA. CB-011 NASSAU STREET.
attractive 3 bed 2.5 bath house, commercial building, with 2
$295,000. bed, 1 bath apartment,
$290,000.
H-037 GERALD BARTLETTE
ESTATES. 2 bed 2 bath CB-014 EAST STREET.
house, $150,000. commercial building south of
Balfour Ave., $495,000.
H-042 CLARIDGEDALE. near
Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP Marathon Mall, 3 bed 2 bath CB-015 YOUNG STREET.
Broker/Appraiser house converted to duplex, restaurant and vacant shop
excellent location, $138,000. space with attached 1 bed 1
BUILDINGS bath apartment, $220,000.
H-043 MILLINIUM GARDENS.
H-018 PINEWOOD GARDENS. 2 bed 2 bath with attached 1 CB-019 BERNARD ROAD.
4 bed 3.5 bathrooms, split level bed 1 bath apartment, auto repair centre on 0.82 acre
house with balcony, $195,000. $230,000. with auto repair shop, .mechanic
shop and office, $600,000.
H-002 WILLIAMS LANE. neat MF-022 FAITH GARDENS.
1 bed 1 bath house, $59,000, brand new duplex; 2 bed 1 bath
each side, $230,000.
H-004 FIRETRAIL ROAD. 3 31I
bed 2 bath house, 3 years old, MF-045 MISTY GARDENS,
91x105, $235,000. elegant 3 bed, 3 bath house, 2
years old with Jacuzzi, wooden
H-008 DIGNITY GARDENS. 3 floors plus 2 attached
bed 2 bath house on lot apartments appraised at over
50x100, nicely landscaped, $440,000 asking $399,000.
MF-049 OFF CARMICHAEL
H-009 TWYNAM HEIGHTS. BOAD.duplex 2 bed 2 bath Bay St. & Victoria Ave
luxury 4 bed 3.5 bath house on each side, $220,000. Tel: (242) -323 0800/1
lushly landsca.pe property, sales@RTBahamas.com
$675,000.lushly landscaped property, MF-076 MILLERS HEIGHTS. www.RTBahamas.com
large attractive triplex on large
H-010 REGENCY PARK. corner lot, $340,000..
centrally located, attractive 3 Residential/Commercial
bed 2 bath house on 60x90 MF-050 CORAL HARBOUR.
property, $220,000. brand new 4 bed 3 bath House Sea View Dr. 3 Bed
townhouse, $395,000. /3.5 bath Ocean View, Pool
H-014 WESTWARD VILLAS. Access
beautiful 3 bed 2 bath house MF-053 KING STREET. 4-unit Lo s
with 1 bed furnished cottage at apartment (2) 2 bed 1 bath (2)
rear, $680,000. 1 bed 1 bath, $240,000. Nassau Village: Duplex Lot 75
x 75 Only $65,000
H-017 BALLOT ROAD WEST. MF-054 HANNA ROAD,
palatial 4 bed 3 bath house with incomplete 2 storey triplex on East St. South: Duplex Lot 55
swimming pool, plus two .property 64x100, $165,000. x 113 Brand new Subdivision
apartments (1) 2 bed 1 bath (1) $80,000
1 bed 1 bath, was $650,000 MF-068 BORIS CLARIDGE
reduced to $550,000. SUBDIVISION, near Winton, Pride Estate- Lot Triplex 60 x
executive 4 bed 3 bath house 100 $81,000.00
H-019 VISTA MARINA with 3 apartment units,
SUBDIVISION. 2 storey 4 bed excellent condition, $750,000. Off Harold Road Triplex Lot
3 bath house with oceanview 8,000 sq.ft $87,000
maid's quarters, $750,000. MF-069 LIVAL ESTATES. near
Albany, 2-unit Townhouse, 3 Balfour Estates West: Brand
H-021 OFF EAST STREET. bed 2 bath and 2 bed 1 bath, New Approved Duplex Lots
brand new 2 storey, 3 bed 1 $355,000. ONLY $95,000
bath house, was $115,000
reduced to $95,000. MF-070 PINEDALE. 2 storey Marshal Road: Multi-Family
Incomplete commercial building Lot 80 x 120. Beach Access
H-023 WILSON TRACT, off with (2) 1 bed 1 bath and 1 bed $95,000
Wulff Road, 2 bed 1 bath house 1 bath apartment, $298,000.
on corner lot, $85,000. Cul De Sac Lumuba Rd.-
CB-004 EAST STREET Private Rd. 70x145 $105,000
H-024 HIGHLAND PARK. 4 NORTH. 2 storey commercial
bed 3 bath house on large building with 3 stores and 5 Coral Vista: Multi Family Lot
comer lot 100x140 with electric rooms upstairs, $350,000. 75 x 110 near Beach $110,000
gate, generator, central-air,
wood ceilings, $498,000. CB-006 WEST BAY STREETL West Winds: 60 x 100 corner
attractive 38-bed hotel near to corner lot with pool & tennis
H-026 WESTWARD VILLAS. Bahmar, lobby area and court $110,000
brand new 4 bed 3.5 bath on reception area and restaurant,
property 92x130 was $630,000 $3.2 million. : West Winds: Lot 72 x 100 on
reduced to $495,000. CB-010 PALM TREE AV, ridge. Great Price $115,000
H-033 SIR LYNDEN PINDLING two storey commercial building John ClAridge Estates: New
ErSTATE. 2 bed 2 bath house with (3) 1 bed apartments plus on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x
on lot 50x100, $160,000. extra vacant lot, was $490,000 111. $115,00
reduced to $450,000.


Our Motto: "PUT GOD FIRST"
326-8017. 326-8112


Bishop Walter S. Hanchall, JP
Broker/Appraiser
VACANT PROPERTIES
VP-101 OFF FOX HIL ROAD,
lot 70x54, ideal for cottage,
$39,000.
VP-019 CORAL HEIGHTS,
residential lot 80x1 10,
$110,000
VP-023 KILLARNEY SHORES,
residential lot 108x1 14,
$120,000
VP-040 SAFFRON HILL,
residential lot 75x100,
$175,000.
VP-041 CORAL LAKES.
exclusive gated community, lot
80x1 00, $130,000.
VP-050 FOXDALE. residential
hill-top lot, 50x100, $65,000.
VP-061 CHARLOTTEVILLE,
exclusive gated community
60x120, $175,000.
VP-079 SEAGULL GARDENS,
off Yamacraw Rd., residential
lot 80x103, $99,000.
VP-083 WESTWINDS, lot
60x100, $120,000.
VP-090 OFF CARMICHAEL
RD., duplex lot 48x1 15,
$65,000.
VP-092 OFF SEABREEZE
LANE, duplex lot, 70x100,
$85,000.
VP-093 OFF CARMICHAEL
ROAD, duplex lot 50x100,
$65,000.
VP-094 CORAL HARBOUR,
large beachfront lot with
incomplete 2 storey mansion,
$900,000.
VP-095 TWYNAM. large
elevated residential lot, 80x146,
$160,000.
VP-096 EAST STREET
SOUTH, multi-farffly lot
65x1 00, $90,000.

FOR SALE
0778 Long Island clarence
town 1/2 acre $35,000 and 1
acre $65,000.
Tel/Fax: 362-2858


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SAllied Realty
LIGHTBOURN
(242) 362-2858 I AT .TV
Homes/Apartments
ww alledreoltybohamas.com 6684 4 bed, 3 bth. Pool, quiel
eastern community. $399,00
0518 Chazon Estates 3bd 7283 2 bed. 2 bath home.
05ath. 00Estates 3bd Gated, shared pool. $320,00
6946 Montagu Villas 2 bed, 1
0597 Coral Vista Luxurious bth townhouse. $197,000
4bed 2.5bath with attached
2bed 1 bath unit. $550,000. 7255 Baycroft 2 bed, 1 bath.
Renovated. Water Views.
0759 Nautica 3bed 2.5bath $210,000
townhome in gated community.
$475,000. 7206 Cable Beach. 5 bed, 3
Sbath home. $499,000 Price
0705 Coral Harbour executive Negotiable
3bed 2.5bath with office.
$550,000. Triplex/Duplex
0755 Boatswain multi-fam 7137 Reduced Duplex,
80x100 with approved plans between Blair and Village Rd.
and footing for tri-plex. $299,000
$100,000.
7262 Fourplex- Greal
0772 Carmichael commercial Investment. All units rented.
plaza. $400,000. $250,000
0763 Coral Harbour new Lots
townhouse 4bed 3bath- 7151 Large Multifamily lot Kool
$395,000. Acres $120,000
0776 Westridge luxurious 5bed 6997 Triplex lot. 8,525 sq.ft.
4.5bath split level. $2.2M. $140,000
0773 Highpoint Brand new 6234 Venice Bay 10,000 sq. fi
3bed 2.5bath townhouse. lot. Owner financing $99,900
$290,000.
5471 South Ocean Estates
0703 Cobral Harbour 4bed 11,700sq.ft. lot. Owner
2.5bath $350,000.. financing $155,000
0770 Sea Beach 2bed 2.5bath Tel: 242-393-8630-7
townhouse. $290,000. sales @ coldwellbankerbaha
0788 Centerville Commercial www.coldwemas.cbaomkerbahamas.
building 1565 sq. ft. $332,000. corn
0781 Lynden Pindling Estate ___O' T
3bed 2bath $235,000. FOR RENT
0784 Ballou Hill South
commercial with food store and SPACIOUS 1-BED, 1-BATH,
warehouse. $1,600,000. semi-furnished apartment,
0786 Coral Harbour single fridge, stove, air-condition,
family 3bed 2.5bath. $299,000. security system, recently built,
$650/pm. Off Sea Breeze.
Vacant land Tel 326-5603 and 327-4328.
0769 Jacaranda cleared and NEW BOOTHS FOR RENT.
ready to build 100x120. $65.00 weekly. 359-0207.
$150,000..
0775 Westridge multi-family BUSY SALON Hair and Nail
15,000+ sq. ft. $219,000 Booths For Rent. $100/week.
0786 Coral Lakes single family Tel 395-5476
$135,000.
0763 Coral Harbour single SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
family 83x105. $110,000. fridge, stove, a/c, water, blinds
0594 Hooper's Bay Exuma 6 included, off Soldier Road,
acres. $525,000.- quiet cul-de-sac. $700/pm. s/d.
0764 Gleniston single family Tel 556-4435.
100x100. $115,000.
0789 Tropical Gardens SPACIOUS 2-EDROOM APT
90x180 $195,000. Smith Cove, Joe Farrington
0627 Westridge single family Rd, fridge, stove, security bars,
1.01 acres. $390,000. blinds & enclosed yard.
$750/ month, security $450.
Rental Tel:361-0384
Coral Harbour 3bed 2.5bath _
executive. $4,000. SPACIOUS, -bed apt, fridge
Coral Vista 4bed 2.5bath stove central-air walk-in closet
furnished. $2,700. s/screen & more. Water inci
Coral Harbour 4bed 2bath. $675/pm, Carmichael Rd Wst
$2,000. Must see to appreciate. PI-
Tel/Fax: 362-2858 3622-0043, 457-3862. Nc
Mobile: 424-8929 pets/kids.









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FOR SALE BY OWNER
Duplex 2-bed, 1-bath
Central A/C, 1-unit
Hurricane shutters, burglar bars
and doors, large back yard,
storage shed, washer, dryer
ready
$250,000 NET
Tel:361-2666, 376-9166
CONSTRUCTION
PACKAGES
2-bed, 1-bath House Package
Starting $135K
Duplex Packages
Starting $195K
Triplex Package
Starting $285K
Telephone:325-7693/323-5626
FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath house in St.
Andrew's Beach Estates. 1100
sq. feet. 2 minutes from beach.
Quiet area. Organized
Community association. Ideal
for small family.
Serious Enquires only call
364-7147 or Cell 433-8410




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FOR SALE
336 ACRES: LAST PRIME
SITE ON NEW PROVIDENCE
IDEAL
FOR MULTI-USE
DEVELOPMENT.
For further information contact:
Jack Isaacs 359.2964
Ref# 17808 SAFFRON HILL::
Single Family lots starting
$175,000.00
Ref # 43709 WEST LAKE
PLANTATION: Multi Family
Lots Starting $200,000.00
EMERALD COAST: Single &
Multi family lots starting
$300,000.00
Ref# 50409 LYFORD HILLS:
Single & Multi Family starting at
$112,000.00
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069'
info@bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

FOR SALE
2-bed, 1.5-bath, located
Westridge Est. Built 2005.
Large outdoor space,
granite counter tops,
central-air,
Asking $299K,
First time buyer, $290K.
Tel:327-6988.


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HOUSE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
TWYNAM HEIGHTS: 3 bed, 2
bath, burglar bars, large
enclosed yard with shed, near
the beach.. Appraised @
$317,000. Serious inquiries
only. Call 455-8947.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Duplex property with
* foundation & approved plans,
Off Marshall Road
asking $89,000.00
Tel:636-0545,395-8170,
326-7988

OFF QUEENS HIGHWAY,
SOUTH OF BAHAMA SOUND
No 14, EXUMA
Partially completed Duplex:
1 2-bed, 2-bath
1 2-bed 2-bath
The duplex is situated on
10,000sq.ft. lot.
Starting pice $175,000 but the
offer is negotiable.
Tel 535-7830/376-7830.


GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

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










BY. OWNER
3 lots left Fire Trail Road West
Triplex, duplex or residential.
Homes, Packages available
Lot Price $100,000 Net.
Serious inquiries. 394-1187.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Located: Boatswain Hill,
Carmichael Road West, near
Coral Harbour round about.
Size:80ft-100ft. Elevated
property near lake.
Single or multi-family.
Price: $100,000.00.
Phone 477-6972.
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KOOL ACRES SUBDIVISION
house 3-bed, 2-bath, ductless,
a/c, very large yard. House
could be easily converted to
children day care center.
$235,000.00
Ph: 477-4741
LEEWARD EAST
New 2-bedrooms, 1-bathroom
apartment quiet cul-de-sac,
off street parking, good yard
space
Price: $147,000.00
Call: 242-359-1764 anytime
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Large multi-family lot in nice,
quiet area located McKinney
Dr, off Carmichael Road. Lot
size 60x168, $135K ono.
Serious inquiries only,
395-5961.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Grand Bahama
1. Windsor Bay Property
adjacent to Lake 1/2 Acre
Asking $49,000 ONO
Contact: 322-8187
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Gated. Westwinds
Single Family hilltop lot
6,000 sq.ft
$110,00.00
Ph: 467-9222
SOUTH OCEAN ESTATE:
Multi-family. 150,000
LONG ISLAND:Acre 40,000
near beach
FREDDIE MUNNINGS: 180K,
3 bed/2 bath, fully furnished.
FAITH AVE: 2 bed/2 bath, fully
furnished 175,000
YAMACRAW BEACH:property
134R price negotiable.
YAMACRAW BEACH:3 bed, 2
bath, 2 bed 1 bath Duplex,
295,000
PINEWOOD: 50x100 elevated
lot 65,000
CORAL HARBOUR House.
$380K negotiable.
3bed .condo TUSULUM WEST
$280K
SOUTH BEACH Duplex
$220,000
Apt unit for sale WESTRIDGE,
2bed/2bath, $160,000.
Tel:433-1952, 324-4441

TOWNHOUSE LOTS
SEA BREEZE AREA
50x145
Starting @ $100,000
Financing available now!
NASSAU VILLAGE, HOUSE
Lot 50x100, $135,000
Phone 393-0897/393-0279,
Pat Rutherford

HIGHLAND PARK, WEST
GROVE. House 3 bed, 3-bath
a/c, study room, enclosed dbl
garage, large family room, high
ceilings $475,000.00
Ph: 477-4741.


TRIPLEX
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Electric gate w/ wall fence
enclosed, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom
with walk-in closet, wash
house, partially furnished,
landscaped. Appraised at
$440,000.
Call & make an offer.
363-1283 or 424-2844

TRIPLEX FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath,
jacuzzi and separate shower in
master bath, and
two 1-bed, 1-bath units
Asking $290,000.
Phone:328-7537
FOR SALE
*FOXDALE: Lot 48x90. Price
$68,500
*WESTWIND: Apt Lot. Price
$137,500
*SPRINGFIELD ESTATE:
Duplex Lot, $79,500
Phone 326-8461, or 552-2843.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly built, beautiful apt triplex
unit 2 bed, 2 bath, enclosed
yard, landscaped, a/c, electric
roller gate, property size
101'x165', 16,665sq.ft, include:
Approved drawings for another
triplex or two storey six plex
building situated in South
Beach, Holiday Drive across
from beach appraised value
$525,000 asking $485,000.00.
PH:423-2680/677-5486.


Village Road area.
Concrete building,
warehouse/office mix.
#5936 www.erabahamas.com
Asking $725,000 bring offer.
Call Chris 376-1752

LOT 3.7 Acres, east of
Gladstone Road on
Carmichael Road, $1.3 mil.
Ph:477-4741








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SINGLE FAMILY LOT MULTI-SINGLE FAMILY LOTS
Priced To Sell in nice quiet areas.
Lot in new Gated community, Starting at $70,000.
underground utilities fibre optic Call 357-3423
cable, $110K Net obo. Call PROPETY FOR SALE
359-0774. Windsor Bay, Grand Bahama
TRI-PLEX PROPERTY 1/3 acre. $55,000
with completed foundation. Phone 544-2335.
Gated community. TWYNAM HEIGHTS, gated, 2-
Burvic Close, off Prince be, 2.5-bath, 2-storey
Charles, $1.35,000 Net. Mrs townhome. $265,000 ono. 357-
Davis, 356-6482/454-7890. 3423.
WESTRIDGE LOT $259,000 ABACO FOR RENT 2-bed, 1
Desperate Seller. 1/2-bath town home, fully
Get it before BAHAMAR furnished. End of Murphy
begins Owner Financing avail. Town, Abaco. $900/ monthly.
Call 427-3588 242-445-2498.

FOR SALE BY OWNER VENICE BAY: Ocean Front
3-bed, 2 bath, home on quiet Development -
street, .Nassau East S. Pool FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
and generator. $345,000.00 2-unit townhouse lots starting
Inquiries call 422-3956. @ $75,000
---------------Bank Financing.
FOR SALE BY OWNER Contact Vencie Bay site office,
INDIGO, WEST BAY STREET Tel 362-2555/6
OCEAN VIEW LOT Visit our website @
$249,000 GROSS www.venicebaybahamas.com
TEL. 424-3678


FOR SALE
Spacious 2-bedroom, 1-bath,
cottage w/porch enclosed yard,
St James Road. $95,000.
Contact 393-8695.
FSBO. SOUTH OCEAN
ESTATES. Gated community.
12507sq.ft. Appraised Value
165K. Asking price $150K Tel
302-5004.


HillCrest Subd Corner Lot
Price $77,500.00
Tel: 394-1333, 326-89616
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Balfour Estates East, off
Carmichael Road, 122x63,
$85,000. Phone 426-1913, or
323-2593.
CORAL VISTA
Property-For Sale By Owner
75x105. Serious inquiries only
Telephone 341-5094
DUPLEX LOT 6,137sq.ft,
located East Street South.
$75,000.00.
Call 323-5754, 502-2962.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
DUPLEX LOT, 60x100
Off Gladstone Rd, Victoria Gdn
Call 359-2415.
FOR SALE
HALF ACRE LOTS situate on
North side of Step Street, Fox
Hill. Phone:324-3477
FOR SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$350K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.
ROMER STREET: 60X100,
$55,000.
TEL 422-6766


VISTA MARINA:OPPOSITE
THE BEACH, House 3-bed,
2 bath, a/c, pool, electronic
hurricane, shutters, garage and
property size 37,981sq.ft,
$1.6 mil..
Seller is mo ving to another
country, must sell. Negotiable.
Ph:477-4741 .













SAFFRON HILLS, WEST
BAY: Gated luxury community,
Lots over 7,000 sq.ft., priced at
175K now offering 5% off. Call
the Saffron Specialist at 242-
445-2498.

WINTON HEIGHTS
Lot with hill top view.
Spacious open floor, 3-car
garage, provision for pool
with pool house. Sold with
approved plans for a 6-
beds/4.5-bath with
basement. Construction
completed to roof. Situated
on 120 by 179 feet property.
Serious Inquires only.
Must see to appreciate.
Reduced from $675,000.00, to
625,000
Agents are welcome to list
this property. Houses In this
area are appraised fro 1.2 to
1.5 Ml Appraised at
$762,000.00
Contact 477-4741.

SERENITY SPECIALITY: Most
affordable land in Western
Nassau, 6,400sq..ft Lots, can be
reserved with $4250.00 down.
Gated with resort style
amenities. Call 242-445-2498.


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RENTALS
REF# 48009 EASTERN
ROAD: Ibed, bath, Furnished
$850
REF# 49209 PRINCE
CHARLES DRIVE: 2 beds, 2
baths, Semi-furnished $1,350
REF # 48409 WEST GROVE:
2 beds, 2 baths, Unfurnished
$1,500
REF# 47709 CABLE BEACH:
2 beds, 2.5 baths, Semi-
fumished $1,700
REF# 59909 SANDY PORT:
Ibed, bath, fully furnished
Monthly $'2,000
REF# 49309 LOVE BEACH:
2 beds, 2 baths, Furnished
$2,800
REF# 41409 ORANGE HILL
WEST: 2 beds, 2.5 baths,
Furnished $3,000
REF# 42609 SANDY PORT:
2 beds, 2.5 baths, Furnished
Monthly $3,500
HIGHLAND VILLAS 1bed,
bath, Furnished REF#48709
Monthly $1,800
CORALHARBOUR 4bed,
3.5bath, Furnished REF#43809
Monthly $3,000
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info@bahamaspr6pDert.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

BRAND NEW 1 BEDROOM
APT. Gated community, 5
minutes rom P.1, very nice,
$750 p.m. Tel:454-1230
SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM
APT, semi-furnished, located in
the Western District, a/c; fridge,
stove, washer, dryer and water
included. Quiet area. $750 per
month. Contact 341-5888, or
457-3766.
SPACIOUS, one bedroom
apartment, 1-bed, security bars,
water included. A/C. East
Shirley Street, $550 per month,
first & last pm plus security.
Call 341-7918, 361-5708, 467-
4674.

SPACIOUS, single bedroom
unfurnished apt, carpeting, air-
condition, burglar bars, coin
operated washer and dryer,
water and light included. No
children, no pets, Foxdale
Subd. $650 per month. Ph 341-
1205. 525-2743.
BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
TEL 425-2095
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, water
fridge, stove, microwave, dish
washer/dryer, alarm. $625. Out
East, 544-3824.


FOR RENT


1 2-BED, 1-BATH APT for rent.
A/C, security screens, $700/pm.
Water included.1st, last
months, $400 sec dep. Off
Carmichael Road. 362-0763,
357-3148, day, Mrs Allen.
SPACIOUS, 1-bed, 1-bath
efficiency apartment,
Yamacraw for rent light, water
and cable included. $690/
month, first, last plus $350 sec
dep. 324-4753, 454-4224.
SPACIOUS, fairly new, 1
bedroom, Marshall Rd. Inci:
Fridge, stove, A/C, blinds, sec
screens, sec system with
monitoring, water. $600/pm
$300 sec deposit. Contact Mr
Coleby, 341-0788.
1 ROOM FOR RENT. WEST.
$115 per week.Pref. male.
Serious inquiries only.
Tel 428-4363/328-4287.
1-BED APT, off Joe Farrington
Rd. Light, water, cable incl.
$155-weekly, $650/monthly.
324-7588/364-7709.
1-BED/BATHROOM APT
Security bars, Strachan Subd.
$480/mth, first and last.
361-1571,
1-BEDROOM & 1-BEDROOM
unfurnished, security bars, a/c
in bedroom. $750/mth and
$550/mth respectively. Water
included. Tel 449-8835, 436-
5648, 341- 0822
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
$875/mth. Water, fridge, stove,
microwave, dishwasher, stack
washer/dryer, central-air, direct
TV. Out East. 544-3824. "
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Bamboo Town, fridge, stove,
a/c and water included:
$650/mth, first/last plus $400
security deposit. .
Call 467-5148, or 392-2853.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
Garden Hills #2, fully furnished,
$500/mth. Light & water
included.
Tel: 326-5604, 427-5131.
1-BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT.
All utilities included.,
Fridge and stove $700/month.
Contact: 454-6746/341 -9033
1-BEDROOM APT $525/mth
2-BEDROOM APT $650/mth
Water, a/c; washer/dryer,
blinds.
Phone 394-1880/393-4454
Nassau Village.
1-BEDROOM APT in
Southwestern, New Prov, $500
a month, first, last plus sec dep
of $200 req. Cable, light, and
water included. Tel Mrs
Lightbourn at 323-6372.
1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
furnished, Golden Gates #2
water, light, cable. $550/
month, $300 dep.
Phone:327-1311/ 552-5521
2B/1B APT East Includes
water, w/d & c/a. $850/pm,
security $600.
Call 364-1697 after 6pm.
2-BED, 1-BATH, c/air, b/bars.
$750 per month.
Fridge/stove Included.
Phone 425-5826/225-3995,


FOR RENT


1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
furnished. A/C. Includes water.
$550/pm. 2 mins away from the
sea. Dunmore Ave, off W Bay
St. Phone 325-4494.


1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY, off
Carmichael Road fenced-in
yard, $600 a month, first, last
and sec deposit $300, no pets
no kids. Nice and quiet area
light, blinds, cable and water
Inc: You can contact Ms
Ferguson at 361-1754, anytime
from 9am-2pm.
1-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT South Beach, w/cable,
b/bars. $575/mth, first, last,
$330 sec. 376-0774/392-5923.
No pets/children.
1-BEDROOM UNIT, quiet area,
all utilities, A/C included.
$850/mth. Ph 394-6104.
1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apt, a/c, water & light. $550
p/m. No kids/no pets. Soldier
Road. Tel 357-8106.
2 BEDROOM Light & cable
$750
1 BEDROOM Light & cable
$600
Tel:393-8264.
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
East St South, $450/mth. Water
included. 323-7941.
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM
2 storey;Coral Lakes. Asking
$1200 per month. Call 392-
0713.
2 NEWLY BUILT, fully
furnished efficiency Soldier
Road Estates. Quiet & safe
area. One minute walk to bus
stop. Everything included. Just
bring clothes and move In with
$350 deposit and first +last
week. rent 0 $175 p/w.
No pets. One person only. 341 -
1675/557-9633/427-0069
2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT,
Coral Vista, Coral Harbour, Incl:
fridge, stove, stackable
washer/dryer, a/c, alarm
system, water, fenced-
in/secured gate. Serious
inquiries. 424-7329.
2-BED, 1-BATH APT In Kool
Acres, water, security alarm,
cctv system included. $700/pm,
first, last & sec dep. 357-5808,
or 436-2951 (daytime 455-
0924(evening). E
2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Eastern
area, central a/c, cable, water,
security bars, enclosed yard,
alarm. Tel:425-6685

ONE BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, light, water, cable,
quiet area, Sea Breeze, $300
sec dep, $750/month, first &
last. Tel 324-7985.

2-BED, 2.5-BATH, furniture
town house opposite Saunder's
Beach, $2,000 or $2,600
including light. Phone 477-
4741.
2-BEDROOM 1-BATH APT
Boatawain Hill. Coral Harbour.
Includes: fridge, stove, central-
air, burglar bars, water.
$700/pm.
424-9343, 376-7648.


FOR RENT


2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Ceiling fan & A/C in room,
cable & water incidued.
No pets. 467-7792/454-0883.
2-BEDROOM APT
MILLER'S HEIGHTS,
A/c, burglar bars, water
included. Phone, cable, washer
& dryer hook-ups available.
$700.00 per month. 361-1374.
2-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill
South 1st, last month, $650 and
sec $500. Tel 361-0993.
2-BEDROOM APT.
Water included. $600/ month.
Contact 356-6588.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
unfurnished for rent in quiet
area for $600 per month, $1500
to move in.
393-8272/434-8715.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
Butler Road, off Carmichael
Road. Inci: water, a/c,
burglar bars.
Tel 376-5451/361-4740..
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
Kool Acres, ductless a/c units
w/ceiling fans, tongue & groove
ceilings plus more.
Semi-furnished. $700/pm.
426-6276/3323-1872.
summerbreezeapts @ hotmail.
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2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
spacious, apt, off Carmichael
Road, central-air, ceiling fan
and water included. $700 per
month. $400 sec. 557-
5824/341-6377.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
.unfurnished Apt on Johnson
Road enclosed yard, sec bars
cable & phone, hurricane
shutters, water and gas, c/fans
a/c, stove & fridge, $650/pm,
1st, last +$400 /dep. No pets.
Phone 324-8241.
2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH.
Gated apartment. $1250/mth
Restaurant, $950/mth.
Island Plaza, Shiriey Street.
Tel 327-0667/424-3330
2-BEDROOM, 2.5-BATH
Townhouse, water and gas
included with pool, all enclosed.
$1400 per month, semi-
furnished, Stapledon Gardens,
3-BEDROOM, 3.5-BATH,
townhouse, water and gas
included with pool, all enclosed,
$2,200 per month, semi-
furnished, fully furnished
$2,600 per month. Stapledon
Gardens.
Telephone 357-9688.
SOUTH (ST VINCENT RD): 1-
bed/bath, furnished apt.
$200/w, $850/m. Water, light,
gas, etc Included. $875 to move
In. Phone 323-1816, or 434-
8379.
2BED/2BATH VILLA PI
private pool,enclosed garage,
generator, central and window
a/c,alarm,hurricane .shutters;
bars,water holding tank. $3,000
per month. Call 457-4185 to
view. Serious inquiries only.
BEDROOM APARTMENT
FOR RENT. $750 per month.
Water Included. 422-2372, or
341-0339


FOR RENT


3 BEDROOM APARTMENT
w/3 one bedroom apartments
attached. Garden Hills.
$180,000 net.
Tel 394-3200/676-3221.


3-BED/2-BATH CONDO
for rent. Located Tusculum,
West Bay Sts. $1650.00/pm.
Contact 324-7528/544-7664.


3-BEDROOMS, 1-BATH,
Big Pond Subdivision, 800/mth,
first, last and $300 sec. 324-
1626
4-BEDROOM, 3.5-BATH
townhouse for rent semi-
furnished asking $5200 per
month, Paradise Island.
swimming pool, private gate,
etc.
Tel:363-2084
A SPACIOUS, SINGLE,
unfurnished apt, air-condition,
burglar bars, coin operated
washer and dryer. No children,
no pets. Off Flamingo Garden.
$550 per month. Phone 341-
1205, 525-2743.'
APARTMENT 2-bed, 1-bath,
included water, washer, alarm
system/ductless in both rooms,
$900/mth, $500 sec. Marigold
Farm Road. Phone:436-3554.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Danottage Estates attached to
gated private residence two
bed, one bath, includes
refrigerator, stove, stack
washer/ dryer, ductless a/c,
ceilings fans all rooms and
water. 393-1869.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Western District, off Gladstone
Road.
2 2-bedrooms, 1-bath, water
included
1 1-bedroom efficiency.
Light/water & cable included.
Phone 431-0844
Serious inquiries only!
APT FOR RENT, 2-bed, 1-bath
Boatswain Hill (near Coral
Harbour) No petal Available.
March 1st. 544-3095.
BEAUTIFUL HILL TOP views
off Soldier Rd, Fairly new one
bedroom apt, a/c, security bars
hurricane shutters, stove,
fridge, washer hook ups and
water included. $625 a month
and security deposit, first, last
and $400 security deposit
required. Call 432-7338. Please
eave a message.
BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
Palmdale area.
Serious inquiries only.
Tel:434-1287.
1 BED APT. Redland Acres.
Soldier Rd, water included. Tel:
323-4360, $170 per week.
TWO BEDROOM, semi-
furnished apartment. Security
bars, alarm system, electric
gate, central-air and cable
ready. Water Included. Contact
326-0010.
BRAND NEW APTS,
Yamacraw Rd, 1st, & last +sec.
Water Included. Recession
Rates!l Hunry! Hurry! Going fast
only a few left. 5 mins from
beach $750/mth.
Phone 455-9059 /326-0077,
432-0125/427-6587. Male to
share one apartment.


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BRAND NEW one bedroom
apartment. Water included.
Water & dryer and a/c. Call
anytime. Cell:428-7588.
BRAND NEW townhouse, Kool
Acres. 2-bed, 2.5 bath, tiled
thru-out, granite counter top
w/upgraded kitchen cabinets,
ductless a/c units and much
more. 426-6276(M), or 323-
1872
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CABLE BEACH' MANOR.
Charming oceanfront 1 -
bedroom apt, up, large balcony,
great view, fully a/c, $1,500.
Large oceanfront 2-bed, 2-bath,
up, balcony, $1,800. On
excellent beach, pool.
Congenial, attractive setting.
Good security, night watchman.
Cable TV, guest lounge. I-net
wired. Water, gas free. Near
shops, bus stop. Call 327-7785
Now!
CABLE BEACH:
2-bedroom, 1-bath, furnished,
$1,100 per month.
No children/pets.
Phone 376-4881.
Available March 1st.
CABLE BEACH: 2 bed/1 bath,
tastefully furnished and well
maintained apartment, pool &
beach, laundry, a/c, in gated
complex, $1,650/ pm. Water
included. Phone 328-0714 or
424-0314.
Sorry no children/pets.
CABLE BEACH: Spacious 2-
bedroom apartment, patio, fully
furnished, equipped: $1,200.
Spacious 1-bedroom, patio,
$950. Beach, pool rights. Near
stores, bus stop.
Saraband Court.
Call 327-7785 now!
CORAL HARBOUR,
one bedroom apt, partly
furnished, water, cable,
a/c included. $600 monthly.
Tel 362-1195, 395-6954.
CRAFT BOOTH FOR RENT
Bay Street Store
Call 326-0115.
EAST One (1) & Two (2)
unfurnished Apartments. Water
included.
Tel 341-7218
EAST PARK ESTATES: Three
bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, fridge,
stove, washer & dryer, water,
light, cable, alarm. $2,000/pm &
Internet. Phone 364-6921.
EASTERN AREA-
2-bed, 1-bath apt, furn. .,,
and water included.
$900/pm, 1st/last +$500 dep.
364-2302/422-1799.
EFF. APT, OFF CARMICHAEL
RD (Sunset Pk area) Light,
cable, water, fridge, stove incl.
$600/pm, $1500 to move in. Tel
341-2080 after 6pm.
EFFICIENCY APT, Golden
Gates #2, water, light, cable
Included. Fridge, stove,
furnished with security screens.
Single person, no pets, $500
per month, 1st, last plus $250
sec deposit. Tel 424-9252.


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FOR RENT |
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT $400/
pm (1-bed/I-bath)
Apt $500 /pm (1-bed/1 -bath)
Cable, light, ready.
Tel 364-2646.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
$600 per month. Light, cable
and water included. 426-3910.
EFFICIENCY, off Carmichael.
All utilities included, fridge,
stove, b/bars, dinette, a/c,
$750/pm, $750 to move in. Tel
565-9835, or 422-3962.
EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT
East, West or Paradise Island
$1,000, $1,500, $2,000, $3,000
Gated community, beach, pool
From a cottage to a mansion.
Just call 393-0868, 454-1230,
393-2559
FAIRLY NEW 2-bed, 1-bath
apt, Cowpen Road, quiet area
includes b/bars, ceiling fan,
cable & telephone ready a/c.
$725/pm plus last month's rent
and $300/sec dep. Water
included. To view call 324-
0691, 432-3647 or evening
323-7442.
466-2228
A must to see.
FOOD STORE SPACE
FOR RENT
WEST STREET
PHONE 436-9006
FOXDALE SUBDIVISION
For Rent one bedroom, semi
furnished apartment. $175 per
week, or $700 per month.
All utilities included.
(light, water, cable)
Telephone 324-6389.
PURNISHED (1) bedroom apt
off Chartes Saunders Hwy.
Water included, $650 per
month. Tel: 395-9294

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
All utilities, fan And cable
included. $160/pw. Phone 341-
6156/436-6527, .357-4753.
FURNISHED ROOM/BATH.
Utilities Included. Nassau
Village area. $680 to move in.
Male. 393-0206 appointment
GREAT RENTAL DEAL
2 newly built 1-bedroom apt for
rent, semi-fumrnished, fridge,
stove, a/c, c/fan; sec/bar,
Saunders Road, off Farrington
Road near JFK, COB students
negotiable. 357-8713.
HOUSE-WEST GROVE,
Bougainvillea Street. 85%
completed. Fully enclosed with
_,rricane impact windows. 4-
ald, 4.5-bath, split-level,
6,000sq.ft house. $590,000.00.
Phone:477-4741.

ICE CREAM PARLOUR OR
SMALL BUSINESS
FOR RENT
All equipment included.
Great opportunity.
Off CW Saunders Highway.
$800 per month, first, last
+$400 security. 558-7299.
JOAN'S HEIGHTS EAST,
semi-furnished 1-bedroom apt.
All appliance blinds, water,
living room set(optional).
$650/pm. 392-5364.


FOR RENT









LUXURIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath
apartment. Fridge, stove,
washer/dryer, air-condition.
Tropical Gardens.
Tel 327-8959, 458-7930, 577-
0770
MONTAGU VILLAS VILLAGE
ROAD, fully furnished air-
condition, one bedroom
apartment in gated community,
pool, wash house, $1,000 per
month or $260 per week.
Includes electricity and water.
Call 422-0088.

MOUNT ROYAL PLAZA
Store/Office Space For Rent
Office (upstairs) $1200
Required: 1st and last month's
rent plus $500 security deposit
APARTMENT FOR RENT: Fully
furnished, electricity, water,
washer & dryer included. $1000
Required: 1st and last month's
rent plus $500 security deposit.
Tel 326-6454, 8am-7pm.
NASSAU EAST:
4 bedroom, 2.5-bath,
security bars,
large enclosed yard, stove, a/c,
quiet area.
Call:-325-5228 after 5:30pm.
NASSAU EAST: Attractive one
bedroom furnished .apt,
$5951mth, a/c, sec -bars,
laundry facilities available.
'Water Included. No
children/pets. Phone 327-5472.
NEWLY BUILT 2 bed, 2 bath
apt, Sea Breeze Ln. C/air,.
blinds, $850 pm, first,, last &
security. Phone. 324-1983,. or
525-1289.
NEWLY BUILT EFFICIENCY
for rent. Flamingo Gardens,
$580.00 monthly, first/last plus-
security deposit. Electricity,
water, basic cable, fridge,
stove, small gas tank, wooden
blinds, ceiling fan, wireless,
security bars. Ideal for single
occupancy. 341-5410, 465-
5260, or 677-6052 (Ms Smith)

NEWLY BUILT HILL TOP
ocean view condos
off West Bay Street For Sale
lease and rent 2 bed,-21/2 bath
wooden kitchen with granite all
through, wood floors and
porcelain tiles, gated with pool
proposed
Ph 393-2864/424-2987
NEWLY RENOVATED
EFFICIENCY unfurnished,
$150 per week. All utilities
included,1st and last week,
$350 security to move in.
Fraser Allotment. Ph: 394-3555
or 429-4199

NICE, CLEAN 1 BED APT for
rent. Gated community, 5
minutes from P.I.
(very nice)$695. Ph: 454"-1230


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NICE 2 BED/1 BATH APT,
washer/dryer, fridge & stove.
A/C, in both rooms. Water
included. Boatswin Hill,
Carmichael Road West. NO
pets!! $800/month, first, last 7
security. Phone:322-5525.







OCEAN FRONT APTS, East
and West. Starting at $1,500.
Call 357-3423.
OFF ST ALBAN'S, newly built
spacious, 2 bed, 2 bath, $1,200
central air, semi-furnished,
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
enclosed yard, whirlpool bath.
Contact:427-0998, 328-4591.
OFF ST. VINCENT ROAD,
furnished, one bedroom,
security bars, spacious &
enclosed, $700p/m.
Washing facilities, gas & water.
Tel: 323-4626/468-8600".

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
nHh# 525-4480
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT,
12x12 ft interest, light, water,
cable, phone ready, $300 per
month located Carey
Department Store, Mackey
Street ph#393-5649/525-4480
at night

ONE (1) BEDRROM APT,
Garden Hills #1, light, water,.
cable included.- $650pm, 1st &
last month rent plus security
deposit, $350. Call 424-9813.

ONE AIR-CONDITIONED
APARTMENT
SSans Souci, Available now!
Completely furnished, one
bedroom Apt, full bathroom with
large walk-In closet, full kitchen,
Including full tank of gas,
washing machine, all
apliances are brand new.
Utilities included: light, water
and cable, premises is Internet
and telephone ready.
Rent: $800, first and security.
Single occupancy preferred.
Ideal for professional person.
Quiet environment,
(premises enclosed).
Phone:.326-7218 (days)
364-8072 (nights)
Cell: 556-4567
ONE BED, ONE BATH
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Water,light, cable included,
$500 per month. First/last and
$400 security deposit.
Tel: 328-7537

VERY SPACIOUS, newly,
renovated 2-bed, 1-bath
apartments. Equipped with
security alarms, security
screens, surveillance cameras.
South Beach, $690 per month.
Water included. 357-9614/393-
4697.
ONE BEDROOM APT
unfurnished rent.
$700/mth. Phone 357-4661.


FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM APT,
Saquoia St. Water, a/c,
secuirty bars, ceiling fan.
$450/mth. 326-8993/341-8171,
Mrs Davis
ONE BEDROOM APT.
TWO BEDROOM APT.
Call Mr. Rolle. 324-4309
ONE BEDROOM, Carmichael
Road, fridge, stove, blinds, A/C,
$625/mth, first, last+ $500 sec.
364-7183, 428-1944.
ONE BEDROOM, specious apt
for rent. Semi-furnished, water,
burglar bars, a/c. Off Springfield
Road, $600/pm Tel 436-3548,
or 364-9184.
ONE-BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT
Air-condition, water, burlar bar.
$475 and $550 per month .
Ph 341-8171/326-8993.
ONE-BEDROOM APT, for rent
very spacious, water & cable
included. Central-air, fridge &
stove. Secure yard. Peardale,
off Wulff Road. $550/month.
Tel:326-7477/477-4887.
OWN YOUR OWN
BEAUTY SALON
Everything, $850/pm.
Telephone
361-5926/449-8024, 445-5288.
PARADISE ISLAND
2 bed 2 bath ground floor
condo. Central A/C, Washer,
Dryer, Dishwasher. Newly
renovated throughout. Pool,
Private patio, Beach Access.
Best rent in Paradise? $2,500/
Month (Cable and Internet
included)
Call 376-5878, 324-9308, 525-
9160, 393-1580
PARADISE ISLAND:
2 bed, 3 bath Villa, private pool,
fully furnished, A bargain at $
2,500.00 per month :
Ph. 327-7772
PILOT HOUSE
Beautifully furnished, spacious,
well-equipped 1-bed, 1-bath
apartment, central-air, large
pool, gym,. 24-hour security,
ideal location close to
downtown and Paradise Island,
balcony, sea view,
$1,550 per month.
Call 362-0302/302-4328.
SPACE 1: Double office
approximately 550sq.ft
unlimited use of boardroom and
kitchen, reception area, price
includes electrical use
surcharge applied quarterly /
monthly.
$2,400 will negotiate to $1,900.
SPACE 2: Single office
approximately 275sq.ft
unlimited use of boardroom and
kitchen, reception area also,
price includes electrical,
surcharge applied quarterly /
monthly.
$1,800 negotiate to $1,550
Move in Special, no security
deposit or last month, only first
month and move in.
535-8066.
E-mail: jwmitchell@ymail.com
ROOMS FOR RENT including
utilities, $115 weekly, clean and
secure one person only. $415
to move in, job letter and copy
of passport or driver's license.
362-2384.


FOR RENT
STUDIO EFFICIENCY, water,
cable, fully furnished. Single
occupant only. $550 p/m, 1st,
last +$300 sec dep required.
Located #26 Zion Blvd, Sth
Bch. Ph: 392-0786.
SUMMER HAVEN
Two-bedroom apartment,
Christian couple or quiet
couple. Please call for more
information. 341-5174/324-
7985/434-2177.
SUMMER HAVEN, BLUE HILL
ROAD SOUTH. Burglar bars,
air-condition bedrooms, ceiling
fans, water 2-bed/2-bath
w/fridge & stove $800/mth, 1st
& last, security $500 required.
Phone 557-4130.
TOWNHOUSE 2bed, 1.5-bath,
c/air, fridge, stove, w/d, water,
alarm, gas, Coral Harbour,
$1,400 pm, first & last, dep
$1,000. 449-8744, 424-7234,
362-0340.
TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
located in quiet area,
Bartlett's Rd, off Johnson Rd
2-bed, 1.5 bath, seauity tars,
alarm syst nlncluding fridge,
stove, ceiling fans,
$1,200/pm 1st, last/sec $500.
Ph:324-1774/557-3990.
TWO BEDROOM APT
Faith Ave north, central-air.
$700/mth. Water included.
Tel 341-5909
TWO BEDROOM APT for rent,
'furnished and unfurnished, off
Buttonwood Ave, Pinewood
Gardens. Phone 324-2170,
558-8278.
TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH,
St Andrew's Beach. Ests. All
appliance +air-condition. Call
327-0581 after 7pm.
ROOM FOR RENT
Furnished room for rent
All utilities included $100.00 per
month. Phone 392-3944.


ROOM FOR RENT
Market and Hay Streets.
Gas, light and water.
$120 per week. No.children.
Call 468-3154, Mr Rolle


ROOM FOR RENT
Utilities included. $100 weekly.
Phone 431-2565.


ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME for
rent, single person only and
must be working $250'move in
$110 weekly. 361-2498, or 465-
7916.
ROOMS furnished, light,
water, cable, telephone.
$130 weekly, $30 sec deposit,
$430 to move in.
392-6706/456-3834.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Private bathrooms.
Phone 324-5276/359-0523
Light, water, cable,cooking gas
included.
SCAFFOLD RENTAL
Standing and cable for high rise
bids, pressure cleaning rentals.
Tel: 395-9294
SHOP AND OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
FARRINGTON ROAD
TEL:323-0029, 431-2810


I FOR RENT
SEA BREEZE LANE: 1-
bedroom apt with large kitcher
& closed to amenities laundries
transport. $650/mth. Includes
water.Tel:465-7712, 434-7705.
SHOP/OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT East South area
Phone 436-9006
SPACIOUS 2-bed, 2.5-bath
semi-furnished condo, located
Leeward East. inci cook-to:
stove on Island, built-in oven
fridge, central air, blinds, ceiling
fans + water. $1500/pm, sec
dep. $500. Call 427-0028, oi
364-8664 after 6pm.

WANTS
TO SHARE

WANTS TO SHARE
2 bedroom apt.
Everything included. $125/wk
$350 deposit. Yard enclosed
Tel 454-8475/394-7202.
WANTS TO SHARE
2-bedroom, 1-bath, verb
spacious apartment. Light -
water, cable included. $400/pm
first and last. Apt located or
Iguana Way, 6ff Carmichae
Road. Call:424-5448 anytime.

LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE
to share in private home.
Everything included.
First and last, $400 per month.
Ph:392-5950 before 9am and
after 7pm.

WANTS TO SHARE.
2-bedroom, 1-bath, unfumishec
apt, $475 per month, utilities
included. No kids/pet. FemalE
preferred.
Tel 326-2776/423-8119.
WANTS TO SHARE
A 3-bedroom house with E
single female only, $480 tc
move in.
392-0138, or 426-7202.
SINGLE FEMALE to share 2
bedroom 1-bath, fully fumishec
apartment. $400 'per month
341-,8148, 502-1591.


TAKING CARE OF BABIES
done in private home, some
grooming. Serious person call
for information. 341-2970/
432-7431.
SALES ASSOCIATES AND
MANAGES needed, ages:
18-30. Must be articulate,
energetic and enthusiastic.
Tel 364-1548, or 394-2705.
AVON
Need extra cash? Become a
direct rep today. Call 341-8173
or 341-3819
AUTO MECHANIC NEEDED
fully experienced, serious
winded Bahamian male,
between 23-35 years &
mechanic helper, 1722 years.
Both must be able to read/write
properly. To work some
weekends. Salary negotiable
for Senior Mechanic. Call 328-
7941 for appointment.


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HELP WANTED

SALESPERSON
for visitor publication.
15% Commission based pay,
no set hours.
Fax to 322-3428.
LIGHTBOURN TRADING CO
LTD. is seeking sales staff that
is well groomed, ambitious and
self motiated. We are very
interested in expanding the
female presence on our sales
team, and welcome applicants
from suitable qualified females.
Applicants must have previous
experience in sales with an
emphasis on
grocery,snacks,OTC medicines
and.HBA products, along with
reliable transportation. Starting
salary will be baes on
experience with potential to
increase pay base after 3
months probation. Applications
can be filled out at Lightbourne
Trading Co.,#18 Mackey Street,
next doot to Nassau Hotel &
Restuarant Supply. Only
persons with required
experience will be given
consideration. Applicants
should bring along the following
documents; recent passport
photo,current police
certificatecopy of National
Insurance Card and copy of
passport

AVON
Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556
kempcorp hotmail.com
BAR GIRLS & BIKINI GIRLS
WANTED
Weekly pay plus great tips
Call 225-114
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN
NEEDED.
Must have a clean police record
and excellent references. Must
be able to work five days a
week.
Please fax resume to
394-4790.
SEEKING TO FILL
SERVER/BARTENDER AND
EXECUTIVE CHEF
position in Exuma Island chain
for elite clientele.
Five Star service knowledge/
experience; eye for detail and
pristine presentation a plus.
Day rate starts at $100, chef
salary based on experience,
lodging, food and transportation
included.
Please send resume and
photos appreciated to:
exumaservicejob@gmail.com
THREE CORAL STONE
INSTALLERS NEEDED
Skilled Coral Stone Installers
with an eye for detail needed
for residential project.
Successful applicants must
have at least five years
experience in fabricating coral
stone. Interested applicants
please write to: C12503, c/o
The Tribune, PO Box N3207,
Nassau.
YARD WORKER needed $30 a
day. Must pay own travel
expenses. Contact Jerry
Newton, Man-o-War Cay,
Abaco, Bahamas. 242-577-
8615.


HELP WANTED
BARBER NEEDED'
URGENTLY
Call 431-4930/ 364-2377
Must have own tools.
Great benefits, Great
environment. Ask for DON.
BEAUTY SALON seeking
Stylist to rent a booth.
Serious enquiries only.
525-7288, or 434-1287.
CHRISTIAN HERITAGE
SCHOOL
Dean's Lane at Fort Charlotte
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 322-4271/4
Is accepting applications for
SeptE nber, 2011, at Grade
Levels Kindergarten through,
Grade 10.
TESTING DATE:
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19
.1 9:00AM
Application packages available
at the school office Monday
through Friday, 8:30- 4:00pm
Deadline for receipt of
applications:
Friday, February 18.
DELI/CAFE seeks middle
Manager position, 2 years min
experience. Send email resume
to mknowles44@ gmail.com.
Computer skills needed.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of
Culinary Operations,
experience with European,
American & Caribbean Cuisine,
minimum of 5 years in control
of staffing, cost ratios & menu
advisory level 4 R computer
comprehension, applicant must
be bilingual to communicate
with international clients.
Please submit applications by
mail to: Human Resources
Dept, PO Box EE-15168,
Nassau, The Bahamas.
EXPERIENCED CHILDCARE
provider needed for group play.
Hours: 10am-7pm.
E-mail:
childcareclub @hotmail.com
EXPERIENCED CREW
LEADER
Well-rounded in construction
trades specialty in finish
carpentry, clean police &
healthy certificates. Resume &
references must have full
compilement of tools and
transportation. Salary
negotiable.
Phone 393-1057.
BARBAR NEEDED FOR
PINDWOOD BARBER SHOP.
CALL 427-1940

FOR HIRE
Booth Rental or Commission
Barber, Hair Stylist, Nail Tech.
362-2284.
HONEST, CARING and mature
live-in Nanny to care of a new
born baby and to perform
housework. Must have
previous experience caring for
young babies and have
excellent references. Must also
be willing to interact with dogs.
Please call 393-1153 during the
daytime hours only.

PART-TIME workers
needed.Doing simple computer
work from home. Patli weekly.
Apply at
firstclass64 @ hotmail.com


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I HELP WANTED I
HONEST, CARING live-in
Housekeeper to care for three
school-aged children and to
perform housework. Must be
willing to interact with dogs and
be able to assist the children
with homework assignments
and projects. Please call 393-
6957 after 5pm.
HOUSEKEEPER/
CARETAKER NEEDED
to take care of elderly lady and
do house work, 5 days per
week. Salary $150.
Tel 535-8009.
LIVE-IN CARETAKER
for elderly lady in Eleuthera.
Bahamian only.
477-3952, 525-5969.
LIVE-IN MAID NEEDED
Reliable, mature trustworthy.
Call 393-5520, 395-0178.
LIVE-IN MAID NEEDED
to do general house cleaning
and manage a household in
Rock Sound, Eleuthera. Please
respond to 242-359-7011.
BAHAMIANS ONLY NEED
APPLY.
LOOKING FOR A PART TIME
MASSAGE THERAPIST
Phone 466-7751,
ask for Mrs Ferguson
MALE SECURITY GUARDS
NEEDED:
MUST BE BAHAMIAN
CITIZENS WITH NO
CRIMINAL HISTORY
BETWEEN THE AGES OF 21
TO 55. MUST BE WILLING TO
WORK SHIFTS, WEEKENDS,
AND HOLIDAYS. CALL 325-
6170/4 BETWEEN THE
HOURS OF 9:00 A.M 5:00
P.M. TO APPLY.
MATURE FEMALE needed
with bread & pastry baking
skills. Contact 324-7528 for
more details.
NAIL BOOTHS FOR RENT
TEL: 423-0858, OR 361-4646
ASK FOR RAQUEL.
NEEDED SALES PERSON to
work in dive shop should be a
good swimmer and willing to
learn to scuba dive, must be
honest, reliable, good attitude,
must be well spoken and
confident. Bring two references,
police record, passport
pictures, no phone calls.
Bahama Divers Nassau Yacht
Haven, East Bay Street. Bwt
9:30-11:00am.
PART-TIME
GRAPHIC ARTIST.
Send resume to:
PO Box N-8661, Nassau..
PROFESSIONAL BARBERS
Hair Stylist and Nail Technician
needed for upscale salon,
positive attitude and customer
friendly persons can contact Tel
433-3484 for interviews.
PROGRESSIVE COMPANY
seeks Human Resources
Assistant. Applicants must be
familiar with the Bahamas
Labour Laws and have working
knowledge of human resources
procedures and practices. The
ability to multi-task in a fast
paced environment is a must.
Please respond in writing to
HResources.assistant@gmail.c
om by February 24th, 2011.


HELP WANTED I
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED with
basic clerical skills, computer
literate, good command in
English. Please'send resume
to employ@greenworkltd.com/
info@greenworksltd.com
EXPERIENCED HAIRSYLIST
needed urgently for salon in a
high traffic area. Booth rental
$100/pw or 60% Commission.
Call 434-3397/341-5879.
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS
LOOKING for a warehouse
persons and an a/c technician.
Tel: 393-3949 or 393-3924

POSITION
WANTED

CERTIFIED NURSE'S AID
seeks job to care for the elderly
with reliable transportation.
364-8547, 465-7716.
CHRISTIAN LADY
looking for work, 5 days/ week.
Tel 392-1164(H)
ESTATE MANAGER
POSITION
desired by mature, honest,
committed gentleman with
clean police record. A firm
believer in good team synergy
and good staff morale.
For relevant information, please
contact Lindbergh at 456-4494,
E-mail:lchutch@gmail.com
LADY seek job as nursery
caretaker, certificate in CPR &
first aid. 364-6054, or 456-
1103.
LADY seek live-out job,
Housekeeper or baby-sitter or
days work. 558-7959.
LADY seeking night baby-
sitting or housekeeping days or
weekly. Call 425-5098, 394-
3262.
LADY seeks job as live-in maid
to care for baby, elderly or
house work.. Contact:428-2589,
323-6025, 436-0554.
LADY with healthcare degree
interested in homecare for the
elderly/sick.
Call 324-5111/436-2167.
MATURE LADY looking for
days work. Call 327-5670.
MATURE LADY seeking live-in
job. 544-7783.
MAURE LADY to do live-in
maid, baby-sitting or care for
the elderly. 468-0480.
POSITION WANTED
Caring for the elderly, baby-
sitting, and maid work. Call
327-5670.
RELIABLE LADY with
transportation seeks night or
day job as housekeeper, baby-
sitter. 468-4274/341-5492/676-
2670.
RELIABLE LADY with
transportation seeks job to pick
up and drop off children from
school. 468-4274/341-5492.
YOUNG LADY seeks jobs as
caring for the elderly and
housekeeping.
Tel: 552-8069, 468-2431.


POSITION
WANTED 1
2 LADIES seeks days work or
to work as a cook. 426-7202,
392-0138.
52-YEAR OLD, mature lady
seeking live-in job to look after
the elderly and, babies. 394-
0228(H), cell:426-2080.

BUSINESS
SERVICES

All Natural Health,
Skin & Hair Products
Sleep *Back -Kidney -Sinus
*Gas Hair Re-Grow .-Liver .
*Arthritis .-Eyes Acne -Facial
Hair .-Acid Reflux
*Pain And More Great Products
ISLANDSEARTH.COM
676 3853


PET PRO'S
DOG GROOMING W
AND
PET SERVICES
Dog Grooming Services for
small breed dogs only.
Business hours 6pm-10pm
(evenings) & Sunday 9am-6pm.
pick-up drop-off service for
Eastern residents. (Located off



deB, 6.-- el Ro mCf
appointment.









SCHOOL
DROP-OFF & PICK-UP
One-way and 2-way rates
available
Low, low rates!
Ask about our.
"Added Value Package"
Call Now! 636-9974

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES
Residetial wiring, Lights, fans,
renovation wiring. 24 hours
service call.Call me for a free
quote .Tel:242-465-8373

SUDDENLY SLENDER
(The Body Warp)
A COMPLETE SYSTEM over
40 years old!-
1 Mineral Slimming Solution:
Lose up to 10 pounds in 2
days
2) POWER PLATE
EXERCISING: 10 minutes is
equivalent to 1 hour at the
gym. (professional weight loss
and body toning)
3) CARB & FAT STOPPERS:
Appetite control blocking fat &
carbs
4) THE BODY WRAP:
Guaranee you lose 10-30
inches of body fat
See Suddenly Slender.com
See power plate.corn
See yellow page (1126)
Telephone 393-9044
As seen on TVs life style of the
rich& famous


I, SHANNY MAJOR, I am no
longer at Barbies, I'am now at
EXQUISITE CUTZ,
Ridgeland Mall
%26-5891, 455-9089.


BUSINESS
SERVICES
LOSE 10-30 LBS AND MORE
Burns belly fat, fast + easy
without diet or exercise
The Magic "Thin Pill" is here.
Fanny @364-0404

NEED HELP WITH YOUR
ACCOUNTING RECORDS?
PROFESSIONAL, EFFICIENT
AND RELIABLE SERVICE
CALL PHONE 477-4741
ON-CALL HAIR STYLIST
Loc maintenance, braids,
twists, sew-ins, and styles for
adults & kids:
Tel:556-7290/362-1116.

OWN A CAR IN 48-HRS!
NO DOWNPAYMENT
GUARANTEED
SATISFACTION
GOVT/HOTEL WORKERS
PH 676-3374/456-5324

SAWYER'S A-1 PAINTING
AND BOXING CLEANING
Call for free estimates.
Great prices!
556-3753/362-1116
TELEVISION, COMPUTER,
refrigerator, stove, washer &
dryer repairs. NFusion & Llink
programming. 395-0087.



5 GREEN GRASS

Landscaping & Property
Management
We Offer:
Landscapes & Hardscapes
Scheduled Lawn Maintenance
Hardscapes
: Tree Trimming
Residential Property
Management
Affordable Rates
Free Estimates
Schedule Today!
242-376-8847/242-426-9765
greengrassbahamas@live.com

PARIS BEAUTY PALACE
presents
"Love on a BUDGET'
NAILS & TOES: Tammy Taylor
or color airbrush
W/HAIRSTYLE: Relax +wap,
spiral or style for
Only $99.99 add weave for
$99_99
Love ya self & Call TODAY.
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322-1 986


'BUSINESS BUSINESS
SERVICES SERVICES


TO ALL MY CLIENTS I,
Annakay is no longer at
Finesse Beauty Salon.
Relocated to Crazy Hair & Nail
Barr on East St South opposite
Sparkles Wash House, next
door to Cost U Les Beauty
Supplies. Tel: 556-0237


To all my valuable clients,
I'm no longer at Nails &
Thangs. Instead you can now
find me at
The Nail Room
on the comer of Robinson
Road & 3rd Street.
Come let me continue to
pamper your hands & feet.
Tel 322-5002/467-0981.


Tammy Taylor $24.99
Located Carmichael Rd. next to
Texaco. 434-8060

: VALENTINE SPECIAL
at Cosmo Cabin
Pink and white tips and toes
$55
Natural Full set nails $25
Natural tip on toe $15
Glitter nails $30 j
Special runs 3 dat only
Starts Feb 10th-Sat, Feb 12
Phone 392-2143.


DUCHESS GLAM TEAM
Makeup Artistry & elegant hair
weaving for weddings &
special occasions.
Contact 466-9883 for an
appointment.


I, NET PRATT Vam no longer
at Barbies I'am now at
Exquisite Cutz,
Ridgeland Mall
326-5891, 454-5830

HOT SPECIALS
Rope Twist .......$80.00
Kinky Twist .......$50.00
Shingles ............$50.00
Nails ...... ....... $15.99
Relaxers ............ $40.00
Phone:324-7883
HOT SPECIALS
Nails ..... .............. $14.99
Pedicures ................$19.99
Pink and white ..$24.99 and
.much more
PI lone 324-7883


TO ALL MY VALUABLE
Customers I am no longer
at 'Finesse', I am now at
Crazy Hair/Nail Bar',
East St South.
Hair/Nail Booth avail For
rent. 328-6151/422-6151.


BUSINESS
SERVICES


WORK TRUCK FOR HIRE
@ $75 per load
Moving furniture/removal of
trash, etc. 392-5364.
COMPUTER REPAIRS.
Desktops and laptops.
Onsite repairs or pickup and
delivery.
Phone 393-0715/535-5702.
SEALTIGHT ROOFING
Roof Repair All Replacement
Cutters, all types.
Tel: 436-6865, 324-0662.

PERSONALS
MIRACLE PRAYER
Do you have a problem with|
husband, wife, a family
problem! Sister Joyce can help
you to put family back together.
Call:565-8531

SUPERNATURAL DIVINE
PRAYERS & DELIVERANCE;
for court cases, marriages,
financial breakthrough from
curses, witchcraft & other
prayers of darkness.
Call 242-433-7146.
-supernaturaldivineprayer
-deliverance @ hotmail.com
-Facebook

TUITION

NAIL CLASSES
Kit included
Payment plan available
Starts February 28th, 2011
Tel: 392-2143

ADULT READING CLASSES
It's never too late.
Phone 395-7145.

SPANISH TUTORING
For all ages.
Course for BGCSE.
Call 359-1262
Limited space available.
VOCAL COACHING
AVAILABLE FOR
SINGERS
Mon-Friday, 12pm-5pm
CALL NOW. 324-8117
leecallender@hotmail.com

BGCSE
Diploma & Degree
Approved by Dept
of Public Service
Institute of Business
and Commerce,
324-4625.


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YES YOU CAN
Start your computer and typing
3-in-1, or All-in-1
Course with just $125
Call TOYA'S, 393-7045


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II TUITION I


EMT TRAINING
The Bahamas Medical Learning
Centre has scheduled an EMT
Basic Course for March 17,
2011. A minimum of 10 seats
available. Please, serious
applicants only.
Tel: 636-6530, or 544-5902.
E-mail: support@bmlcnow.org.
Visit: www.bmlcnow.org.
EXCELLENT FRENCH/
SPANISH
TUTION FOR ALL LEVEL
Classwork Homework, BJC,
BGCSE, whatever. Please call
467-0082/326-7698 at anytime.


BUSINESS
FOR SALE
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Retail Sales, good location
Contact 395-0178.

KEYBOARDS/STUDIO
EQUIPMENT
Horg DSS, Siel, Horg Karma,
drum machine, Fostry digital
recorder, sampler & studio
effects & rack channel mixer,
etc. 32-8597 evenings.

For Sale
Restaurant located off West
Bay St. On Waterfront;
Serious enquiries only
Fax:327-8718

NEW BUSINESS FOR SALE
341-8181, 376-4733

ARTICLES
FOR SALE I
ITEMS FOR SALE
Air-Brush Machine $275.00
Generac Generator Transfer
Switch $650
4 Camera Security System +
DVR $550.
Contact:454-8806

ITEMS FOR SALE
Bath tub and basin, kitchen
sink, couch, variety o plants.
324-1392, 465-9260.


ARTICLES
FOR SALE_
COMPUTER SALE
Used computer, full sl stems
with Monitors from $125.C 0
NEW full system from $675.00
Call:326-5603.
DIRECT TV RECEIVER
FOR SALE
All Movies & Sports Channels
incl. Free installation. $250.00.
Call 565-3904 ask for Brian.
FOR SALE
PC Computer w/18"
LCD monitor $30(0
Tel 302-8533, Mon-Fri.
FOR SALE
- Silver Bullion Coins

FOR SALE
100% working HP 19" computer
flat screen, $135.00
Call 445-6507.
FOR SALE
6-Burner Stove, brand new 48"
duel fuel (Wolf) Model #DF486
G
Wolf Pro Wall Hood Model
#PW482718R
Serious enquiries only, call
363-2084.
FOR SALE
Apartment size fridge $150
Computer deskt $50
Dining table $50
Tel:357-5808, 436-2951, 455-
0924(eve)


FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutters
Double windows, $190.
Singles $100.
Built to order.
Ph: 426-8704


FOR SALE
Professional Hail dryer
with chair
Used washer
Gas dryer
2-piece front room set
Used fridge
Microwave.
362-1497, 325-6041, 445-2408.

FOR SALE
Redicure Chair $250
Nail Table $100
Shampoo Bowl $100
-Solid wood bunk bei: with
drawers $500
Solid Wood Study table $200
Front room set $600
Tel:392-2143

FOR SALE
Restaurant Equipment
Freezers, beverage coolers,
stoves, display coolers, steam
table, Contact 535-9959.

GREAT PRICES
beauty aide and hair care
products and more.
Call 636-6840

YSG MOTORS
is having a sale on their
USED CARS
from Feb 4th to Feb 28
Prices stating from $4,500
We also have repossessed
cars at affordable prices Note
we do not FinanCe.
Call:328-7504 or 55-5481 ask
for Ken.


B


Articles


For Sale


106 .451 'M 4M Mr"%r 0 4C 48ft, w


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
JUST LIKE NEW
Love seat and sofa for sale
$600
Tel 392-2143.
KENMORE/WHIRPOOL
WASHERS $350.00 & up
Kenmore/Whirlpool Apt size-
fridge, $350 & up
Sharp Microwave $85.00
42' Hitachi TV $400.00
Complete desk $100.00
Dining table 6-pc $375.00
Mattress /boxspring $249.00
Tel:364-2646.
KING SZ BED $450.00
BIk leather recliner love seat
$450.00
Sofa bed $250
Dryer $250
20" TV $120
Full 50-lb gas tank $160.00
Entertainment centre $50.00.
456-9667.
LIKE NEW EXECUTIVE
10 conference room table with
10 leather chairs, custom made
table with 2 pedestal base
$2,500.00
Executive Cherry Desk and
matching Credenza $1,500.00
Locking gated server cabinet,
like new condition $1,000.00
Please call 427-8150 or 325-
8478
USED 4-pc single bed set.
(wicker). $400.
Tel 477-6989
USED ITEMS FOR SALE
30" electric stove
1-ton air compressor
18,000 BTU wall unit
Gym set with weights
Call 326-5603.
VALENTINE'S SPECIAL
Brand new 32GB Apple Ipod
Touch w/camera, camcorder,
face time (ideal for Facebook)
plus Wifi! Only $450.00
357-5506.

BABY ITEMS
Everything must go
Cribs, walker, playpen, etc.
You name the price.
Phone 392-3944

BRAND NEW IPOD 32GB
USB flash drive- for sale.
Call 324-5111,436-2167











HELP WANTED

BIMINI SANDS
Resort In Bimini
Looking for Surfer &
Kite Boarder Instructor
Must have 5 years experience.
347-3500






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CONCHREST, CABLE BEACH
Charming. private. beachfront condo is a spacious 2 bdrm, 2 bath
retreat from everyday hustle and bustle Fpatures, include bal-
conies. shutters, central air and pool S640.000. NS06678














THE REEF AT ATLANTIS RESIDENCES. PARADISE ISLAND
Turn-key 1 & 2 bdrm residences, ranging from 550 1700 sq. ft.
ehjoy orean resort viie/is, Turnberry elegance and Atlantis ameni.
ties. From S1,250,000 $4,495,000. JS00147, J500148 & JS00149


PARADISE ISLAND
This fully furnished, 2 bdrm. 2.5 bath townhouse in a Spanish
style complex has modern kitchen, appliances including
washer/dryer, a swimming pool, and patio. 5325,000. JS00150


WHISPERING PINES, YAMACRAW ROAD
This great first home in a gated community, is a 2 bdrm. 1.5 bath
tuin-key townhouse v/ french windows, spacious kitchen, a/c
units, full-size washer & dryer Pets allowed. S229,000. NS07135

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ROYALL BEACH ESTATES, SOUTH OCEAN
Within a gated beachfront community, this stunning 3 bdrm. 3
bath penthouse captures ocean views, has high ceilings, bay win
dows, central air. plus a wrap around balcony. $950.000. N506833














MOUNT VERNON
Large 3.bdrm, 2.5 bath family home in quiet neighborhood fea-
tures wood-flooring. laundry room. study area, shed, double
garage and covered patio for entertaining. S439,000. NS07215


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SULGRAVE MANOR
A hill top treasure with spacious 3 bdrm, 3 bath ground floor unit, -


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EASTERN ROAD
Turn-key. 3-storey. 3 bdrm, 3.5 bath home has a breathtaking


nas beacn access, 24 nour sec.urllty, marble and ceramic floors, al/c, oceandr view, enclosed yrdr, rootoup terracr w,.o' clinrgs, ac so-
laundry room, pool and covered parking. 51,199,000. N507212 curity bars, carport, pool and more. 5675,000. N507090


Eastern Road: 17,000+ sq. ft. lot, perfect for
dream home and close to schools. All utili-
ties in place $275,000. NS06479
High Vista: 8,000 sq. ft lot just off Eastern
Road. S95,000. NS07217
REDUCED! St. Alban's Drive: 1 25 commer-
cial/residential property. S650,000. NS07089
, Sandyport: Canalfront lot of 4,336 sq. ft. in
a sought after area. 5199.000. NS07184
Westridge Estates: 1.05 acres perfect for a
family home. S406,000. NS07188
The Balmoral, Prospect Ridge: 7,460 8,664
sq ft. residential lots in this gated comrnu-
nity. From 5230,000. NS06747
Camperdown: 17,020 sq. ft. lot in a cul-de-
. sac subdivision. 5225,000. N507095
. Killamey Shores: Build your family home on
r this 9.500 sq. ft lot. S129.000. NS06832
Lyford Cay: Large 0 5 acre single family lot
with excellent amenities S565.000. NS06767
Crooked Island: Nearly 2 acres with 100 ft.
of beach. S149,900. RS10560
Little Exuma: 313 acre development beach
tract. S14,000,000. EX66
Scrub Hill, Long Island: Two hilltop lots of
x approximately 0.75 acres each. 5121,500
- each. L510605 & LS10606
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CABLE BEACH
Fully furnished 2
& bdrm. beach-
-t front condo.
S2.000/mo.
NR10627
SOUTH OCEAN
2 and 3 bdrm,
^" cfuornished town-
Cr.. Soml homes
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house with luxury
o-Z' amenities.
S S3.700/mo.
NR10621

CABLE BEACH
SFurnished 2 bdrm
condo at gated
.. "Chertsey complex.
S3.250/mo.
NR10624

COLUNS AVE.
Large 4 bdrm
home, great for
-. . !- -" commercial use.
S12,100/mo.
NR10622


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