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Petroleum retailers meet

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By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter
cnixon@tribunemedia.net
PETROLEUM retailers met
with government officials yes-
terday morning to discuss the
possibility of increasing the fixed
margins on diesel and gas a
move that would result in higher
costs to customers at the pumps.
Chairman of the Margins
Relief Committee and Treasur-
er of the Bahamas Petroleum
Retailers Association Oswald
Moore, speaking with The Tri-
bune yesterday following the
meeting with Minister of the
Environment Phenton Ney-
mour, said that the "crucial
meeting went well."


SENATOR CLAIMS
POLITICAL OPERATIVES
PAID DEMONSTRATORS
TO TAKE PART IN
'VIOLENT' PROTESTS
By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net
POLITICAL operatives paid
demonstrators to take part in the
"violent" protests against BTC's
sale, charged Senator Dion
Foulkes in the Upper Chamber
yesterday.
His comments were denied by
Leader of Opposition Business
in the Senate Allyson Maynard-
Gibson who demanded that Mr
Foulkes withdraw his assertions.
"Operatives. paid persons to
come to Bay Street," said Mr
SEE page eight


ihe go-erruncnt to understand.
that having not received a mar-
gin increase on diesel in over 30
years. or on gas in nine years,
they are finding it difficult to run
their businesses:
While committed to working
on the matter the government
has requested further informa-
tion said Mr Moore.
Mr Moore said retailers are'
currently making only.four cents
on the dollar for diesel which
they would like increased to ten
cents and nine cents of the dollar
for gas which they would like
increased to 15 cents. This
would raise diesel by 28 cents
per gallon and gas by 30 cents
per gallon for customers.
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BTC SALE WILL BE 'GREATEST BLUNDER',
SAYS FORMER CABINET MINISTER
By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
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THE sale of BTC to Cable & Wireless Communications will
reverberate through history as the "greatest blunder"-of any
Bahamian government, charged former Cabinet minister Dr
Elwood Donaldson.
He made the prediction as he warned that if government goes
ahead with the sale to London based telecommunications provider
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ALFRED SEARS ANNOUNCES HE WILL NOT BAHAMAS RANKED 17TH BEST COUNTRY
STAND IN UPCOMING GENERAL ELECTION I IN COMMONWEALTH TO BE BORN A GIRL


By MEGAN
REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff
Reporter
mreynolds@
tribunemedia.net'
THE future of polit-
ical candidates was
called into question
yesterday as Fort
Charlotte MP Alfred
Sears announced he STEPPING
will not stand in the Alfred
upcoming general
election.
Mr Sears, who has held the
seat since 2002 told the press
he will withdraw from politics
at the end of this term for per-


sonal reasons.
The MP, who
served as Attorney
General and Minister
of Education under
the Christie adminis-
tration, did not give
any indication of who
he would like to fill his
vacant seat.
PLP chairman
DOWN:- Bradley Roberts told
DOWN: The Tribune yesterday
ears Mr Sears will be sadly
missed.
"Alfred Sears is an out-
standing Bahamian and an
extraordinarily talented,
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THE Bahamas is ranked
seventeenth among 50 Com-
monwealth countries in a list
of the best places to be born a
girl, according to a recently
published report by the Lon-
don-based Royal Common-
wealth Society and children's
charity group Plan UK.
The new research reveals
the best and worst places in
the Commonwealth to be bom
a girl.
New Zealand tops the chart
as the best place in the Com-
monwealth to be born a girl,
closely followed by Barbados
and Trinidad and Tobago. At
the bottom of the chart, rank-
ing jointly are Nigeria and Sier-


ra Leone. India and Pakistan
both score poorly, coming in a
number 41 and 45 respectively.
The report commemorates
the Commonwealth's 2011
theme, "Women as Agents of
Change," recognizing that, by
investing in women and girls,
social, economic and political
progress can be accelerated.
There were celebrations
across the Commonwealth yes-
terday, when Commonwealth
Day was observed.
Research from the study
shows girls and women contin-
ue to be seriously disadvan-
'taged in the Commonwealth.
SEE page eight


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US Embassy warns

Bahamians to beware

of online visa scams
THE US Embassy in Nas-
sau is warning Bahamians not
to become, victims of a new
round of world-wide visa
scams. In a statement issued
yesterday, the embassy said it
has received "many inquiries"
from people who were taken
in by fraudsters posing as offi-
cers of the Diversity Immi-
grant Visa (DV) Programme,
also known as the visa lottery.
The scamnmers send fraudu-
lent emails and letters posing
as the US government in an
attempt to extract payment
from Diversity Visa appli-,
cants.
The embassy said the US
government never contacts
visa lottery winners via the
Internet. It said: "Scammers
are using increasingly sophis-
ticated techniques that often
use the Embassy's address or
name an actual person at the
US Embassy as the point of
contact. This would never
happen if you really had won
the visa lottery.
"The US government will
not ask you to send money to
*them or to the embassy in
Nassau or any other US
embassy. Any message that
asks you to send money, by
mail or by services such as
Western Union, is a scam
even if a legitimate embassy
address is provided." .
The embassy-explained that
the only way to apply for the
Diversity Visa Programmeis
through the official US
Department of State website
during the specified registra-
tion period in the Fall.
"If you have never regis-
tered for the programme, you
will not be contacted in regard
to this programme, and i
should find it strange if con-
tacted regarding your win-'
nifig. If you have registered
for -the Diversity Visa Pro-
gramme 2012, the embassy
said, you will be required to
check the outcome of your
registration at the official US
government website
httlp//www.dvlottery.state.gov
beginning May 1, 2011.
Pri&`lo Diversity Visa
2012, all.applicants %ere .r ti-
fiedby the Departmentof '
State's Kentucky, Consular
Centre (KCC) b\ better, not
by email. The letter provided
exact instructions on how to "n '
proceed to the next step in the
process. "No other organisa-
stion or private company is '.
authorised.by the Department
of State to notify visa ldtterv <
applicants of their winning ,
entry or ihe'next steps in the !
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Business owners: We are paying the




price of 'poorly planned' road works


Government under pressure to absorb additional costs


By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net
BUSINESS owners in the Prince
Charles area said the government should
absorb additional costs to help their
businesses after "poorly planned" road
works caused them "huge" losses.
More than 15 businessmen gathered
yesterday to express their outrage at
what they called the government's
uncompromising position.
"We feel there is an opportunity cost
the government needs to incur for poor
planning. They should have done their
investigation and conducted a proper
impact study. We are making huge con-
cessions. Government needs to absorb
some cost," said Ricardo Rolle.
Business owners say they are not
against the road work or the govern-
ment's efforts to improve the country's
infrastructure, but feel there must be
some consideration for the needsof
shopkeepers arid residents.
"We are happy that Bahamians are
getting jobs on the road work, but what
is going to happen when I have to let my
workers go? We .have been suffering
and we need someone to listen. I have
had an 80 per cent reduction in my busi-
ness," said Nioshie Bourne, operator of
the family business East Coast Pub, and
representative of PC Engineers and Tai's
One Stop,
'Poor planning. bad communication
and a lack of consideration have result-'
ed in greater loses than were necessary.
she said."
Mrs' Bourne claims the contractors
are leaving holes."unguarded. un-net-
ted."
She said a customer's car fell into an
unsecuredd hole" last week, and a pass-
ing BTC-truck had to help pull the vehi-
cle out.
Business owners said the government
has not. "li% ed up to anything they'
promised" with respect to the road work.
They claim Robinson Road business
operators %\arned them: "Don't listen
to anything the\ say.."
Fred Rahming, owner of the Builder's
xirxt. -aid the.gornpmment committed to-.
living ',3ter trucks \\et the ground
twice a da) to deal %,ith the large dust
clouds created by the road crews.
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IN THE SLOW LANE: Road works in Prince Charles Drive.


With work underway for' almost a.
week, no water trucks have arrived yet,
he said. ,
SAt a meeting last week, business own-
,. ers claimed, the government also com-
mitted to halt work while it considered
- opening both lanes of traffic on Prince
Charles for at least part of the day. :
But the %en next day, one of the lanes
was broken up and dug away, they said.
It was also claimed that no. consider-'
ation was-given to a request for a walkL
way for school children. -
A Tribune source claimed govern-
ment would lose $35,000 a day if they
stopped work.
Mr Rahming said it is pointless dis-
cussing their issues with the contractors,
because they simply ask,-"Who.is going,
to pay for that?"
"Without a letter from the Ministry of
Works approving anychbangs,: they're
not going to do it.. The government is not
prepared to spend.any more money. Itis-
not prepared to spend a dime more.to


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address our concerns," he said. All of the
business owners are sceptical about the
projected six to eight week timeline.
" ."They want us to believe, they are
going to build a four lane road and lay
*all the pipes they have to lay in six
weeks," said one business Owner, who#
estimated the job would more likely
take eight months,or more. ,
Robin Hood's president, Sandy
Schaefer, said the government's defim-
tion of compromise has been to do what-
ever they want while businesses "suck it
up and acquiesce."
He said all they are' asking for is true
compromise, where "both sides give in a
little bit."
The roadwork on Fox Hill Road and
Prince Charles Drive are part of the
$120 million New Providence road
improvement, and infrastructure project.
Permanent Secretary Colin Higgs said.-
the works are necessary, not only to.
improve Toad networks and relieve traf-
fic congestion, but also to facilitate large'


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Workshop for women of
lamas Defence Force
Royal workshop featured presenta-
*e were tions on a number of topics
e New relating to the personal and
irch to professional lives of the women
y work- officers. The topics covered
Setting included: improving self-
Sesteem, financial planning, pro-
fessional and academic devel-
h Inter- opment, birth planning, insur-
ay, the ance options, inheritance laws,
domestic violence and child
abuse, and diseases affecting
Bahamian women.
IThe guest presenters were:
Cheryl Carroll'of the Depart-
ment of Rehabilitative/Welfare
Services; Kenwood Kerr of
Providential Advisors; Antona'
Curry of the COB's CEES Out-
reach Section; Nurse Gina
Dean of the Bahamas Family
Planning Association; Pandora'
Butler, National Insufrance pub-
lic relations officer; Hope Stra-
chan of Hope Strachan and
Company; Sandra Dean-Pat-
terson of the Ministry of.
Labour and Social Develop-
mehit; Reverend Angela Pala-
cious of the Anglican Church;
Wendall Barry of the Bahamas
Cancer Society; and Rushena.
Darling of Faces by Sheena.
A panel discussion was held
with senior female officers,
including 'Superintendent
Ismella Davis of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force, Super-
intendent Dr Geannine Mols
from Bahamas Customs, Cor-
poral A Skinner-Ro11e of Her
Majesty's Prisons and Lieu-


infrastructure works that are being car-
ried out underground.
He said suggestions that'a portion of
Robin Hood's property be used to create
a temporary lane, or that the two new
lanes be built first, before the old lanes
were dug up were rejected as unfeasible.
Meanwhile, there is also a conflict
brewing between residents, and the busi-
nesses. Mr Rolle said business owners at
Thursday's town meeting were chastised
by some residents, who claimed the busi-
nesses already had their chance to air,
grievances at a meeting two days before.
He said ministry officials claimed
there would be another forum for busi-
ness owners, but 'a meeting has yet to be
scheduled.
Tuesday meeting with business own-
ers was orgaiised at the last minute, as a
result of a heated row and'stand-off
,between a business owner and the con-
tractors that resulted in work stoppage.
*SEE BUSINESS SECTION


ADDRESS: Deputy Commander
of the Defence Force, Captain
-Tellis Bethel, addressing female
officers during a three-day work-
shop at the New Covenant Bap-
tist Church.
tenant Commander Janice
Smith from the US Navy.
There was also a session on
sexual harassment which led to
lively discussion and debate.
Lieutenant Commander
Cheryl Bethel, organiser of the
workshop, said the event "has
allowed me an opportune
glimpse into the psyche of the
majority of the'.females under
my care." .
She is already eagerly antic-
ipating the next event.
, The first 16 women officers
joined the RBDF in 1985 and
today women make up 15 per
cent of the force. Eight are offi-
cers (managers), 11. are senior
rates (supervisors) and about
140 junior rates (line staff).
They are employed in nearly
every section of the nation's
first line of defence.


ATTENTIVE: Female Officers and marines during the workshop.

PHOTOS: Able Woman Marine Monique Deveaux


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THE TRIBUNE


TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011, PAGE 3


Bahamians rescued after




; four days adrift at sea


ZHIVARGO LAING

MINISTRY 'NOT
.MOVING' TO A
COMPLEX OWNED
BY NUMBERS BOSS
MINISTER of State for
Finance Zhivargo Laing yes-
terday dismissed reports that
the Ministry of Finance was
being relocated to a complex
owned by a local numbers
boss.
"That is untrue. There is
absolutely no truth to that,"
Mr Laing told the Tribune
yesterday. The government
announced last May that it
was not in the "national
interest" at the time to pro-
ceed with the legalisation of
the numbers business.
It proposed, however, that
a referendum on the issue
should be held following the
2102 general elections.
The legalisation of num-
bers, as unofficial lottery
operations, are locally
known, has been a contro-
versial issue for quite some
time.
As it stands, gambling in
all its forms is illegal for
Bahamians and non-citizen
Bahamas residents.


INVESTIGATIONS
INTO WEEKEND
SHOOTINGS
POLICE have launched
investigations into two
weekend shootings that left
two men in serious condi-
tion in hospital.
The first victim, a 28-
year-old man, was shot in
the arm by the occupants
of a black Chevy S-10 truck
as he was. walking on Hos-
pital Lane off West Street
on Sunday evening.
The victim was
approached by the truck
shortly after 8pm, and was
taken to hospital by a pri-
vate vehicle.
Several hours later,
police were called to
another shooting at Yellow
Elder Gardens. It was
reported that a man in dark
clothing opened fire on two
men outside a home at Old
Cedar Way shortly after
midnight, hitting a 30-year-
old man in the back and
leg.
The victim was taken to-
hospital by ambulance.
Meanwhile, investigators
have released the identities
of two -men whose bodies
were found with multiple
gunshot wounds in bushy
areas last week.
The first was identified
as that of Omar Rashid
Hanna, 23, of Bamboo
Town; and the second as
that of Jamal Edgecombe,
23, of Palm Beach Street.
Police investigations into
both matters continue.
Mr Hanna was found by
police after an anonymous
tip led investigators to a
bushy area at Blyden Road
'off Carmichael Road last
Wednesday.
Police discovered Mr
Edgecombe through a
track road between Lyford
Cay and Mount Pleasant
on Saturday morning.
Mr Edgecombe was
wearing a black T-shirt and
grey sweat pants when he
was found off the Western
Road shortly after
11.30am.
In .other criminal mat-
ters, Rapid Strike opera-
tions have netted another
suspect in their ongoing
nightly exercise.
A 21-year-old Pinewood
Gardens man was arrested
ofn suspicion of drug pos-
session on Sunday evening.
During a routine patrol
on Cottonwood Street at
10pm, officers conducted a
search and a quantity of
suspected marijuana was
recovered.
Investigations into the
matter are continuing.


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net
FREEPORT Three of the four
missing Bahamians rescued off
Florida on Sunday after spending
four days adrift at sea were brought
back to Grand Bahama yesterday,
however the other man had to be
airlifted to a hospital in Daytona
Beach.
The Tribune has learned the man,
whose identity is not known at this
time, is detained in critical condi-
tion at the Halifax Medical Centre.
Salina Wang, the hospital's public.
relations officer, said the man is list-
ed as a John Doe.
"He is currently in critical condi-
tion," she told The Tribune.
Details remain sketchy, but The
Tribune has learned that one of the
men was Brian Culmer, also known
as "Kingsley" and another was
named Ralph.
Local police were contacted for


BAHAMASAIR officials confirmed yes-
terday that one of its aircraft experienced a
"minor" problem.
'Bahamasair general manager Henry
Woods told The Tribune that a Dash 8 air-
craft that left New Providence heading for
Marsh Harbour, Abaco, yesterday morning
experienced a small problem while on that
island.
"We had a minor problem, very minor.
We sent another plane down there as a pre-
cautionary measure, it's policy.
"That's why Bahamasair is the safest air-
line the world. .
"No matter how small the problem is, we


TWO CHARGED

WITH STABBING

DEATH AT CLUB

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net
FREEPORT Two men
were yesterday charged with
murder in last week's stab-
bing death of a 24-year-old
man at Club Rock 'N Roll.
Jonathan McKenzie, 21,
and Dareo Demetrius
Smith, 18, both of Freeport,
appeared in Court One
before Magistrate Debbye
Ferguson.
It is alleged that on March
6, the accused intentionally
caused the death of Tamaro
Johnson.
Mr Johnson,.24, was
allegedly involved in a fight
at Club Rock 'N Roll when
he was stabbed. He was tak-
en to hospital and detained
in the Intensive Care Unit,
but died on March 7.
His death was recorded as
the first homicide for 2011
on Grand Bahama.
McKenzie and Smith
were represented by Mario
Grey. They were not
required to enter a plea to
the murder charge.
The matter was adjourned
to July 13, 2011 for a prelim-
inary inquiry to determine if
there is sufficient evidence
for the men to stand trial in
the Supreme Court.


Three men brought back

to Grand Bahama, one is

detained in Florida hospital


comment but said they were not
aware of the incident and did not
have any information concerning
any missing Bahamian boaters.
According to reports, the men left
Freeport onboard a 20 ft Angler on
Wednesday evening. It is believed
that their vessel may have run out of
fuel.
They were discovered drifting
some 50 miles east of New Smyrna
Beach, Florida, on Sunday, accord-'
ing to a news release posted on the
US Coast Guard's website.
Coast Guard officials towed the
disabled vessel and turned over the
three men, who were reportedly in
good condition, to Ocean Rescue


and Recovery, a local salvage com-
pany contracted by the Bahamas
Air-Sea Rescue Association (BAS-
RA).
Tom Christian, director of search
and rescue at BASRA Grand
.Bahama, confirmed that the men
were turned over to Ocean Rescue
sometime around 11.30am on Mon-
day.
Coast Guard Petty Officer First
Class Christopher Evanson said the
transfer was carried out offshore
about 15 miles off Freeport.
"BASRA brought fuel and the
disabled sailboat was fuelled and
made it back to shore," he reported.'
Mr Evanson said that good'


will never put our passengers in danger,"
Mr Woods said.
Reports suggested that the aircraft was en
route to Fort Lauderdale when it experi-
enced a problem with one of its engines,
causing concern among the passengers.
While reports suggested that the problem
was mechanical, Mr Woods did not confirm
this but reiterated that it was only a minor'
problem.
According to Mr Woods, a technician was
sent to Marsh Harbour to deal with the prob-
lem and found nothing wrong.
He said that the aircraft was back in oper-
ation yesterday afternoon.


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Samaritans in another vessel
encountered the disabled boat off
the coast of Florida and notified the
Coast Guard at around 11.15am on
Sunday.
"We confirmed that the boat was
out of the Bahamas and that it
matched the description of a boat
that Bahamian officials had listed
as .an overdue vessel that did not
return at the pre-determined time,"
he said.
"They left Freeport Wednesday
evening at 7pm and we got two dif-
ferent calls: one from a woman who
took them to the boat that evening
and said they had not returned, and
also the Coast Guard got a call
directly from one of the families," he
said.
According to the US Coast Guard
news release, a 47-foot rescue boat
and crew from Station Ponce de
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School rocked by


fatal shooting of


14-year-old student
THE fatal shooting of 14- aspired to be an attorney in
year-old Jeffryona Rolle a bid to engender positive
rocked students and admin- change.
istration at R M Bailey High Last night, police
School as loved ones strug- remained tight-lipped about
gled to comprehend her their investigations into the
death yesterday. incident that occurred short-
*The tenth-grader was ly after midnight.
gunned down in a relative's It was reported that
driveway on Sunday, and armed men began shooting
succumbed to those injuries at a man in a black 2005
at hospital a short time lat- Honda Accord in which Jef-
er. frvona was also travelling.


As counsellors and
administration sought .to
comfort mourning friends
and teachers, Jeffryona was
described as an outgoing
and independent student
who was committed to
future goals and always
quick to smile.
Due to be made a junior
prefect this week, Jefftyona


According to police, the
culprits approached as the
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Paid demonstrations prove nothing


THERE are those mainly BTC union-
ists and opposition politicians- who main-
tain that the majority of Bahamians are
against the sale of BTC to Cable and Wire-
less.
In today's Tribune Dr Elwood Donald-
son, a former cabinet minister in the Pin-
dling government, said his group believes
that the majority of Bahamians agree that
selling BTC is a lad idea. He claimed that
such a sale would reverberate through history
as the "greatest blunder" of any Bahamian
government.
Rodney Moncur, another political activist,
has called for 10,000 demonstrators to con-
verge on Bay Street to object to the sale of
the telecommunications company on the day
that it is debated in parliament. He has urged
the PLP to show its sincerity by delivering
6,000 supporters to join the mardh. So far
in all the calls for demonstrators; these
activists have been hard pressed to attract a
crowd their largest showing has been
about 500 persons. Police have confirmed
hearing some among that 500, who are "well
known" to them, complain that if they were
not paid there was going to be problems.
Now that it has been revealed that certain
"political activists" have paid persons to go to
Bay Street to make up the numbers for the
crowd scene, it no longer matters whether
500 or 10,000 of them show up. This does not
answer the question of whether the majority
of Bahamians are for or against the BTC
sale. All it shows is that a goodly number of
bodies on Bay Street are there for their
promised $85 to push, shove and shout, and
give the police a hard time. Already we hear'
squabbling among what the police have
referred to as the "criminally-minded" com-
plaining about not receiving money promised
for their hour on Bay Street on February
23. It is claimed that the going price was sup-
posed to be $85, but some only collected $40
or $50 for their paid-for "demonstration."
From talking to persons, one-on-one, and
studying the various independent polls, we
are left with the impression that the majori-
ty of Bahamians.- even among unionists
are looking forward to efficient telecom-
munications service and lower rates. As sev-
eral have said: "We can't wait for the day!"
They approve the sale. These persons have
been paid nothing for their opinion.
However, once a demonstration ceases to be
* spontaneous, demonstrators.' numbers don't
count -they no longer represent accurate
opinions in fact they represent no opinion.,


Now that it is known they are paid, their
numbers impress no one, and the organizers
are made to look foolish. It is just one big,
noisy, bogus show. We hope that the organ-
isers will be prepared o take full responsi-
bility for whatever damage might-be caused
by what is certain to turn into a mob scene.
Paying persons to produce mob-scenes is
nothing new. We remember one day early on
in the first Ingraham administration, one of
our press men asked to-see us. By now he
was a man past middle age, a reformed gang
member, who on occasion still hung out with
"the boys." The night before, he told us, Sir
Lynden had been'to visit the'"boys", a
demonstration was being organised for Bay
Street and for a price he wanted help from
the "boys."
We don't recall what the incident was
about there were so many incidents in
those days but the so-called protest took
place. Having been tipped off by our staff
member, we had reporters mingle among
the crowd for interviews.
The demonstrators were asked why they
were there and what the demonstration was
all about. Not one of them knew.
This is the response that we get from most
demonstrators either they don't know
what the issues are, or they are highly ine-
briated and don't care about the issues, or
their information is so garbled that they
make themselves look foolish. It makes one
wonder about democracy and the one-man-
one-vote theory. -".
We agree with Sir Winston Churchill
when he said:
"No one pretends that democracy is per-
fect or all-wise. Indeed it has been said that
democracy is the worst form of Government
except all those other forms that have been
tried from time to time."
We recommend that Mr Moncur and
whatever other political activists there are of
like mind forget. about the 10,000-strong
demonstration. Their crowds will prove noth-
ing. Among them will be the undesirables
who will harass shop keepers, as they did
on February 23 when police had to be called
in to order them out. Among them, said one
policeman,.were persons "well known to us."
All of us should know what that expression
means in police jargon. .
These. organizers are playing Russian
roulette when they have among their group
such persons, who instead of being out on the
streets should be awaiting their day in court
behind bars.


BTC employees





must cut bait or





get out of boat


EDITOR, The Tribune


Thank you for allowing me
a small space to express
myself on the BTC issue. For
too long, customers of BTC
suffered mercilessly mediocre
and inefficient service by a
good. number of the compa-
py's uncaring employees. Sim-
ply put, being a monopoly,
those employees of the com-
pany took the Bahamian cus7
tomers for granted.
The time has now come for
the employees of BTC to cut
bait or get the hell out of the
boat.
Those who fail to heed the.
master's call to prepare for
the bridegroom are begging
the same customers whom
they neglected for years, to
allow them A second chance at
redemption. The customers
will not allow BTC to do it to
them again.
Most Bahamians empathize
and sympathize with the
employees of BTC.
However, the time has
come to say to BTC we are
poking up and moving on to
a progressive and inexpensive
future. BTC employees had
their chance in the promised
land.
They drank milk and ate
honey, while their loyal sub-


jects thirsted for quality ser-
vice. .
The Bahamian people dare
not turn back. Who would tol-
erate an employee sitting at
home with the company's
vehicle parked, and at the' end
of the day collect a pay
cheque for regular and over-
time hours worked?
In what country can a
receptionist or an entry level
clerk be paid the same or
more than a veteran nurse,
police officer or teacher with
a bachelor's degree?
Further, what company
pays an unproductive employ-
ee for vacation day sold back
to the company and at year's
end, the same employee is
paid an exorbitant amount in
bonus despite his/her poor
performance for that year?
The answer might be a third
world run government com-
pany.
The truth is, employees of
BTC and their union can care
less as to who controls the
majority shares in the compa-
ny.


Their greatest fear is being
accountable to a boss who is
not their MP, friend, family
or lover. A BTC employee
once bragged that when the
first downsizing exercise took
place, every employee who
. remained with the company
received a bonus of over sev-
en thousand dollars.
If this is so, and I have no
reason to doubt the current
employee, then that was sim-
ply unjust enrichment at the
expense of poor Bahamian
tax payers.
What employee wants to
lose a government run com-
pany that pays each employee
about four thousand dollars
as bonus and adds about two
hundred dollars to their annu-
al salary at the signing of
every renewed industrial
agreement?
The question then must be
is the noise in he market real-
ly about C & W and foreign
takeover or is it the fear of
many unproductive and over-
paid employees that the loss
of their "cash cow", which
rewards slackness and incom-
petence, is inevitable?

AN.INNOCENT
BYSTANDER
Nassau,
February 24, 2011.


EDITOR; The Tribune.

Prime Minister Ingraham, together with his
hard-working staff, is to be congratulated for'
his thorough and comprehensive Communi-
cation of 8th February to the House of Assem-
bly on the proposed sale of 51 per cent of
BTC to Cable & Wireless.(CWC), as carried in
the recent 20-page supplement in your news-
paper.
I know from personal experience the time
and effort required to produce a document
like this, which contains not pnly the persuasive
policy in favour of the sale and the reasons'
for choosing CWC, but also all the relevant
details about how the sale will be accom-
plished.
This Communication should answer all the,
many queries that have been raised about the
transaction, and should satisfy even the most
sceptical of our citizens, other than, of course,
the eternally suspicious Punch columnist Nic-
ki Kelly and the implacably opposed union
. leader Bernard Evans.
In her recent column, Ms. Kelly claims to


smell a "malodorous stench" around the trans-
action, and asks what is the "real reason" that
the PM wants to pursue the deal.
Clearly, her implication is that he or his
advisers have a financial incentive a bribe, to
put it bluntly although she doesn't quite dare
to say so directly.
As for Mr. Evans, the Communication
reveals that he refused even to accept delivery
of the PM's letter inviting him to discuss the
sale.
This refusal is a shocking discourtesy to.the
country's chief executive and also a total abdi-
'cation of his responsibility to his own union
members, deliberately keeping them in the
dark. With the exception. of incorrigible mal-
contents like Ms. Kelly and Mr. Evans and
their deluded followers, I believe that the vast
majority of Bahamians who take the trouble to
read the Communication will be convinced of
the- wisdom of this transaction.

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Nassau,
March 12, 2011.


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the teachers. The government
brought in an expert to .do an
evaluation at a teachers con-.
ference and he, a foreigner had
to tell them what. I was saying
for years but they did not
believe me. As usual they
believed the foreigner. The
speaker and the member for
Blue Hill were both teachers
and after listening to them that
the PLP.voted against the bill
for clean water I believe the
parents of the children that they
taught should sue them because
it appears they do not know
how,to give the correct info.
The PLP did not vote against
clean water but against the gov-
ernment spending $59 million
to a foreign road builder when
there are Bahamians that are
not working who can do the job
and in the end these same job-
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pay for the road.
It's like agreeing to borrow
$100 but at the time of signing
you find that the small print
says the lender wants your wife
and daughter along with the
$100 for payment. The good
news is thank God for Clay
Sweeting and Dr Kendal Major
time ain't long now. I must con-
tinue to remind all Bahamians
that crime is always higher
when the FNM is in power so
we must vote them out.


AUDLEY D HANNA Sr
Nassau,
March 2,2011..


Congratulatulations to PM and staff for


presentation to House on BTC deal


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Cruise ship passengers



shocked to see waste



offloaded in Nassau


By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net
CRUISE ship passengers
were horrified to see piles of
waste being offloaded from a
Carnival cruise ship as they
were leaving the Port of Nas-
sau last week.
The Nassau- residents, well
aware of the limited landfill
space in New Providence, said
they were shocked to see
bulky waste, including furni-
ture, displays, carpeting, and
broken' pieces of wood and


metal being taken off the
cruise ship with a forklift and
dumped into bins at the port.
Kimberly Pyfrom of Par-
adise Island was boarding the
Oasis of the Seas ship with
her family when she saw the
trash being offloaded from
the Carnival cruise ship at the
port.
She said: "I was shocked.
They had to use a forklift to
get some of the carpeting and
cabinets off the, boat, and this
was all going on where pas-
sengers and tourists are get-
ting on and off the ships.


"Why are we taking all this
trash here?"
Port controller for the Nas-
sau Port Authority Lieutenant
Commander Patrick McNeil
said the port is obliged to pro-
vide waste receptacles for
cruise ships and does not have
the power to limit the amount
of waste the ships dump.
Many of the ships Off-load
waste in Nassau as it is the last
stop before returning to Flori-
da at the end of a cruise
around the Caribbean, Lt
McNeil said.
"We have disposal dumps


for all our cruise ships to place
their discarded garbage," he
said.
"It's part of the protocol.
"There's only so much
capacity ships have to store
waste onboard so it is one of
the requirements for dispos-
als to be available when they
stop at the port of call.
"They are at liberty to. put
anything onboard that they no
longer need in the bins, pro-.
viding it's not chemical waste.
"We prefer for garbage to
be placed in bins than for
them to dump it at sea."
Lt McNeil said the possibil-
ity of imposing limits on the
amount of waste dumped by
cruise ships in Nassau has not
been discussed. As it stands,
the port is actually required
to increase the number ,of
trash receptacles provided if
cruise ships so request.
Carnival Cruise Lines
spokeswoman Joyce Olivia
said: "Under international
regulations each Port' State
should be able to provide
reception facilities for ships
to dispose waste ashore. Car-
nival follows established fleet
wide procedures for collect-
ing, storing, processing and
disposing of all waste streams
generated onboard and com-
plies with local and interna-
tional laws.
"Carnival also audits all
vendors before approving
them to collect and dispose of
waste.
"For Nassau, Carnival has
only authorised the disposal
of non-hazardous solid waste.
Bulky solid waste material is
not landed on a regular basis.
"The non-hazardous solid'
waste is taken to shoreside
' facilities approved by local
authorities."


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Grand Bahama man in connection with alle-
gations of causing harm.
Asst Supt Loretta Mackey said an all
points bulletin has been issued for 25-year-
old Charles Tony Fritzgerald, also known as
Gary Cooper, of No-206 Watergate Apart-
ments, Freeport.
Fritzgerald is described as being of brown
complexion with dark brown eyes.
He is about five feet, 10 inches tall, of
average build and weighs 170 to 180 pounds..
Has a tattoo that reads MOB on his right
arm, a tattoo that reads NO LOVE on the
left arm and a scar on his forehead.
Fritzgerald has long braided hair and is a
carpenter by trade.
Police say he should be considered armed
and'dangerous, and should be approached
with caution.
Anyone with information concerning
Fritzgerald's whereabouts is asked to contact
police obn 373-1112,374-3714 or 911.


CHARLES TONY FRITZGERALD


B u i e s a of e s i se f a
potetia FN Wet 0d cndiaj


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net
SUCCESSFUL Grand
Bahama businessman Jeffrey
Butler has offered himself as a
potential candidate for the Free
National Movement in West End.
Mr Butler, who grew up in
West End, said West End is dear
to his heartland needs good rep-
resentation from someone who
wants to create opportunities for
the people there and encourage
the kind of development it needs.
He believes that the area is
lacking representation from the
current PLP MP Obie Wilch-
combe.
"Obie Wilchcombe has only
been to two funerals in Bimini
since he got this job and that,is
not'the way to do it. I can under-
stand it if he was minister of
tourism, but now there is no
excuse," hp said.
Mr Butler said that Mr Wilch-
combe is not a government min-
ister anymore with. a major port-
folio like MPs Zhivargo Laing or
Kenneth Russell who are work-
ing for the national interest of the
country.
The businessman said that
West End has had nothing for
the past 12 years,
"I have offered myself again,"
Mr Butler told the Tribune on
Monday. "I can make a big dif-.
ference."
He believes that he is unlike
many politicians.
"Some of, them talk and
talk.. .but they only say what they
think the people want to hear to
get votes.
"Unlike many other politicians
I have a job and a lot of them
don't, so they are desperate for
their position. I want to create
opportunities for the people of
West End and Grand Bahama,"
he said.
Mr Butler said West End
needs more small, boutique-type
hotels that can cater not only to
rich fishermen from the US, but
also to Bahamians.
"We also need to develop a
sense of more cleanliness and
organisation for West End," he
added.
The businessman said there


might be a need for another high
school as the island develops and
grows more businesses.
"So one of my keynotes would
be to form a school, like the Eight
Mile Rock High School, west of
Holmes Rock area in the G or F
Section to cater to students of
West End proper, Holmes Rock,
and some students from Eight
Mile.Rock would not have to dri-
ve all the way to Freeport.
Mr Butler, whose family is well
known to many residents in West
End, is a successful businessman
who has international contacts in
30 countries.
"The thing about me and West
End and my family, is, we don't
hold any hatred for the PLP. The
PLP government and Pindling
got us to Freeport to open our
liquor stores," he said.
Mr Butler explained that the
FNM Association of West End
and Bimini Constituency will
make recommendations of per-
sons to be considered for a can-
didate in West End. '
He said the leader of the party
requests two or three: possible
names that they would look at.
"West End E is a difficult
place, so I don't think there will
be too many names. There is a
young man down there name
Kingsley Smith who has a good
future in politics, he is a good
person, and I would like to see
him on board-fully," Mr Butler
said.
The businessman said West
Grand Bahama has strong Turks
Island and Haitian-Bahamian
communities that should not be
ignored.
,"The people in West End need
to want to me run. I can make a
.big difference, but I am not going
to go down there and, like every-
body else, be paying people's
power bills and buying votes. You
know that is our history I and not
doing that," Mr Butler said.



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Rhonda Chipman-Johnson is appointed

as Consul General of the Bahamasn


DR Rhonda Chipman-
Johnson has been appointed
as Consul-General of the
Bahamas in New York, the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
announced.
Mrs Chipman-Johnson
will succeed Carl Smith, who
has taken up the post of Per-
manent Secretary in the Min-
istry of National Security.,
She assumed her post on
Sunday.
Mrs Chipman-Johnson,
former executive vice-presi-
dent of Academic Affairs at
the College ef The Bahamas
(COB), speaks French and
Spanish fluently and is an
active participant in commu-
nity affairs and organiga-
tions, the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs said.
After completing her ter-
tiary education at Govern-
ment High School, she pur-
sued tertiary studies at
McMaster University,
obtaining a Bachelor of Arts
(Hons) in French and at the
University of Toronto,
obtaining a Bachelor of Edu-
cation in French and Spanish
and a Master of Education
in Second Language Educa-
tion.
In 1994, she pursued her
doctoral studies at Purdue
University, obtaining her
PhD in Foreign Language
Education.
After heading the Mod-
ern Language department at
Government High School,
Mrs' Chipman-Johnson
joined COB in the Language
Department.
From 1996 to 1999, she
held the post of vice-presi-
'dent of Academic Affairs.
She participated in dis-
cussions that led to the sig-
nature of articulation agree-
ments with other tertiary
institutions, including Florida
International University,
UWI and Youngston State
University.
Between 1999 to 2010,
after assuming the post of
executive vice-president,
during which period she also
held the post of vice-presi-
dent of Academic Affairs
from (2006-2010), Dr Chip-
man-Johnson spearheaded
discussions and negotiations
to develop various bachelor
programmes.
She also established the
International Languages and
Cultures Institute and assist-
ed its director with the


establishment of a Confu-
cius Classroom, specialis-
ing in the instruction of
Mandarin and Chinese lan-
guage and culture. Dr
Chipman-Johnson was
COB's representative in
the Bahamas-Chinese
Association, vice-president
of the Association of Ter-
tiary Institutions of the
Bahamas and headed other
groups focusing,on lan-
guages and culture.
She has been the recipi-
ent of various awards and
honours, including recog-
nition of her years of ser-
vice at COB and of her lin-
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'I pi\otal role in future marketing
..nd le:luiting efforts of the insti-
tulel.
"It is intended to communicate an
institution that is open, friendly,
f lt iblc. student-centred. energetic.
namede, and real-%world focused."
BLAhmns Technical and Vocation-
1l Institute (BTVI) representatives
,'aid.
(O er the past couple of years
BTVI's website has undergone sev-
eral minor facelifts.
BTVI director of communica-
tions Sean Adderley has been
working on the redesign for sever-
al months.
"I thought it was time for a more
substantial change.
"A change that better presented
our content to our steadily growing'


number of nearly 4,000 monthly vis-
itors," said Mr Adderley.
"I had three key goals in blind
with the redesign; transform the
home page focus from an IT tool
for current students into more of a
marketing tool for prospective stu-
dents; to improve the user experi-
ence for everyone; and make the


site easier to navigate."
Notable new features users will
discover include.a faster, more
.robust search, the utilisation of
social networking sites such as Face-
book and YouTube; and video.is
now more prominent' and will be
available throughout the entire site,
officials said.


AMBASSADOR-DESIGNATE of the State of Israel to the Bahamas
Dr Rodica Radian-Gordon met with Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham at his Cable Beach office last Thursday. Dr Radian-Gordonwill
reside in Mexico. Peter Ramsay/BIS


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Dorothea
Madeline Albury,
..90
of Norfolk Street, who died
on March 9th, 2011, will be
held at Rhodes Memorial
Methodist Church, Montrose
Avenue on Thursday, March
17th, 2011 at 10:00 am. Rev.
Dr. Kenneth Huggins, Rev.
Hensley Perry and other ministers officiating.
Left to cherish many joyful and happy memories are:
daughter: Donna L. Albury; son: Patrick Sweeting;
adopted granddaughter: Desiree Bowe; two sisters: Joyce
Potter of Toronto, Canada and Patricia Sweeting of
Nassau; nephews: Ryan Sweeting, Andy Russell, Russell,
Gary and Rick Potter of Canada; nieces: Cynthia
Sweeting, Dianne Whitehouse of Canada, Sharon
Thompson of Hope Town, Abaco; sisters-in-law: Violet
Russell & Alison Toadhall; close friends: Mrs., Sadie
Lowe, Sherene Burrows and Ashely Burrows; caregiver:
Mrs. Patricia Dupuch; other relatives and friends
including: the family pet, Shadow; the Newball family,
the Hall family, Francis McKenzie & family, Rev. Evans
Lazarre, Rev. Kenneth Huggins & family, The New
Providence Methodist Church Family, Sis. Angie Tynes,
Mr. & Mrs. Brad Zimmerman, Mrs. Ruth Collins of San
Francisco, Dr. Conville & Mrs. Brown, Dr. Todd & Mrs.
Pinder, The Community of Shirlea, Ramsey family,
Cleomi LaFleur & family, Bernice Kemp, Yvonne
Bevans, Arlene Ritchie, Mr. B. Clarke, Mrs. M. Russell,
Ms. Veronica Moxey and the D' Albenas Agency Family,
thank you to her previous caregivers: Opal, Jenis, Joy,
Annie and Shavonne.
In lieu of flowers friends may make donations to the
Providence Methodist Church P.O. Box N-980 in memory
of Dorethea Albury.
Funeral arrangements being handled by Pinder's Funeral
Home Palmdale Ave., Palmdale.


Family Island schools host first


ever music speech competition

""' ,.*,...-,- .; I | by LAMECH JOHNSON.


ZAVION ARCHER, a sixth grader at Staniard Creek Primary


FIVE priniary schools in
central Andros were rep-
resented at the island's
first music appreciation
speech competition, held
at the Chickchhrnie Hotel
in Fresh Creek.
The event, which! was
overseen by the Ministry
of Education's Performing
Arts Unit, was the brain-
child of a music teacher
who said his inspiration
came from the ministry's
theme for the 2010-2011
school year: "Parents,
teachers, students a win-
ning combination." ..
Troy Anita Rolle
believes it went "very
well" and that the objec-
tives of the event were suc-
cessfully met.
This is despite the
schools having no musical
instruments. They have
now requested a set of
recorders.
Ms Rolle said she is the
first music teacher to be
assigned to the district, and
teaches at all five primary
schools: Behring Point,
Bowen Sound, Fresh
Creek, Staniard Creek and
Stafford Creek.
Competitors wrote and
presented speeches on one
* of two topics. The first was
"Why do you think, a music
department should be
implemented in our
schools?"
Zavion Archer, a sixth
grader at Staniard Creek
Primary won first place in


JASMINE ANDERSON, the head
girl of Fresh Creek Primary

this part of the competi-
tion while Bowen Sound
Primary student Shervette
Coakley was the runner
up.
The second question -
"Should parents be held.
accountable for the type of
music their children listen
to?" was won by Jasmine
Anderson, the head girl of
Fresh Creek Primary.
Liash Seymour was the
runner up.
Senior. education officer
Dr Jewel Dean was also in
attendance to give remarks
and encourage. the stu-
dents to do their best. She
is now planning to intro-
duce the competition to
the high schools in New
Providence.


MINISTRY OF WORKS & TRANSPORT

T' I NOTICE


SSECTION 23

Marathon Road/Robinson Road

Utility Installation:


Please be advised that from Wednesday March 16,2011 road works 'will be carried out on sections
of Marathon & Robinson Road to facilitate the installation of new utility ducts and WSC service
lateral connections between the hours of 9:00pm to 7:00 am.

As a result of these works, residents & businesses should expect periodic water supply interruptions.
Motorist and pedestrians are asked to exercise caution' and observe all traffic management
system in place.

Your continuous patience is appreciated and we apologize for any inconvenience that may be
caused and look forward to the co-operation of the businesses, residents and motoring public
throughout this project.


For further information please contact:


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


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


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Land inheritors to fight application to quiet title


By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net
INHERITORS 9f land on
a former plantation in South
Eleuthera are coming togeth-
er from across the country
to fight a developer's appli-
cation to quiet the title.
Eleuthera Properties Lim-
ited (EPL) chaired by promi-
nent businessman Franklin
Wilson, is seeking to acquire
a 2,086.25 acre tract of land
between Wemyss Bight and
Millars, near EPL's Cotton
Bay Resort development.
The petition by EPIL has
been submitted to the
Supreme Court by attorneys
Sharon Wilson and Co and
objectors say they have until
April 12 to 'prove their own-
ership of the property.
They claim the parcel of
land was left to the descen-
dants of former slaves and
servants of property owner
Ann Millar in her 1871 Will
and there are hundreds of
people who descended from.
these slaves now striving to
secure the property for the
community.
President of the Banner-


Developer seeks to acquire

area in South Eleuthera


man Town, Millars and John
Millars Eleuthera Associa-
tion, Errol McPhee, 56, said
the land is vitally important
to people in the area as they
have little access to com-
merce and depend on the
land for subsistence farming,
crabbing, hunting, wild goats
and gathering fruit.
He has held meetings in
South Eleuthera, Nassau and
Grand Bahama to bring
together anyone who may
claim ancestral rights to the
property.
And his group is just one
of three associations repre-
senting hundreds of people
who want to secure the prop-
erty for the community, Mr
McPhee said.
"Everyone is resistant, and
it doesn't matter what it
takes, we will put our lives
on the line for it," he said.
"We are not going to let
someone come and take our
birthright away from us.
"This is our property and


we want to retain it.
"We will not sit idly by
and let anybody else buy it;
we don't want to sell it.
"When the court date
comes, we are going to have
the court room filled up."
Several lawyers are work-
ing. with the three associa-
tions to secure documents
proving locals' ancestral
rights to the land.
Mr McPhee said: "Our
goal is to retain the property
for the descendants is it
states in the Will, and for the
people who are perhaps not
direct descendants, but who
want to use it for subsistence
farming, to be able to do
so."
He said they also hope to
designate the property Com-
monage Land so the-com-
munity can take ownership
of it and choose if and how it
should be developed.
Th'e Bannerman Town,
Millars and John Millars
Eleuthera Association was


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formed in 1984 and has suc-
cessfully fought previous
attempts by individuals and
developers to take owner-
ship of the land, Mr McPhee
said.
He supports development
plans set out in the 'Shared
Vision for Eleuthera', a 177-


page document developed by
local people, The Nature
Conservancy and The Island
School in Cape Eleuthera, to
serve as a guide for foreign
developers.
The shared vision includes
the purchase of around 900
acres of land around the


lighthouse on the southern
tip of Eleuthera, so that it
may be preserved in its nat-
ural state in a land trust.
Eleutherans have also
made an application for the
island and surrounding cays
to be made a UNESCO
World Heritage Site.


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7% per annum payable quarterly


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Agent, in the usual manner.

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Corporate Secretary


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TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011, PAGE 7


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PAGE 8, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011


THEATRIBUN


FROM page one

Cable & Wireless, it will be at
the peril of the nation.
"This will reverberate forev-
er, as perhaps the greatest
blunder of any modern gov-
ernment in the Bahamas if they
proceed," said Dr Donaldson,
,who is holding a public forum
on the issue through his civic
group Operation National Res-
cue this Wedoesday.
"That wouldn't be the first
time government ignored, at
their peril, the wishes of the
people. History is littered with
governments who didn't listen
in time and paid a great price
not only personally but also.
caused the nation most harm
and grief," said the former
politician.
"While we believe the
majority of Bahamians have
made up their minds that sell-
ing BTC is.a bad idea we want
to be certain that we have
touched base with all the pop-
ulous so that anyone who is
hesitant or not fully aware of
the situation that we bring it
to their attention," he added.
Dr Donaldson, an outspo-
ken critic of the sale, also
downplayed reports from


BTC SALE WILL BE
'GREATEST BLUNDER',
SAYS FORMER
CABINET MINISTER

National Security Minister
Tommy Turnquest and police
that suspected criminals and
unsavory characters known to
'.police were part of last mon-
.th's anti-privatisation rally out-
side Parliament.
"I'm not a policeman but I
was certainly not aware of any
criminals there. Whether they
were there or not I would have
been aware of it. I'm sure they
didn't let out the entire prison
the crowds could not be popu-
lated with criminals to that
extent to make any difference.
"If-any criminals went down
there to demonstrate it would
have only been a handful.. .But,
criminals are throughout the
society. If they are dangerous
criminals why are they out on
the streets? Especially if they
were creating mischief that is
what they wanted to imply."
The forum is scheduled for
7.30 pm Wednesday at the
Hilton Hotel.


SENATOR CLAIMS POLITICAL

OPERATIVES PAID DEMONSTRATORS

TO TAKE PART IN 'VIOLENT' PROTESTS

FROM page one
Foulkes on the floor of the Senate yesterday.
He also cited remarks by National Security Minister Tommy
Turnquest and head of the Police Staff Association who earlier
claimed some of the anti-privatisation protests were unsavory and
suspected criminals as evidence.
During the demonstration outside Parliament last mbnth, which
drew hundreds of protesters, Mr Foulkes said he saw several high-
profile PLP officers and party supporters in the crowd. He sug-
gested that the PLP is hesitant to admit their supporters were
dispatched to the protest because the demonstration drew only 500
persons.
"I saw the secretary-general of the PLP in the march at the
barricade all morning. PLP operatives like (one of its) former
chairmen was in the thick of everything. There's no sense denying
that you are a part of it.. The best thing for the PLP to do is say,
'Yeah we supported the march, we asked our supporters to come
out because we identified with the cause, we help organise it.
Yeah we wanted the numbers to be big' and the numbers were
under 500, it was a very small demonstration.
"I think that's why they are distancing themselves from the
march, because the march was a flop.
"They could deny it as much as they want they were a part of
the planning and the orchestration."
His comments prompted Mrs Maynard-Gibson to rise to her feet
on a point of order. She said even though PLPs were seen talking
to protesters, some protesters were dressed in the party's colours
and carrying party placards this did not mean the event was staged
as a PLF political ploy.
"It's a very dangerous thing when somebody can attend some-
thing and because you're attending you're accused of orchestrat-
ing (the event). There's no evidence at all of anybody marshaling
groups... speaking to voters could be called marshaling voters?
"What a dangerous day when a member of Parliament can't
speak to people and be accused of orchestrating something. What
a day when the people of this country can't choose to wear a yel-
low shirt without the PLP being accused of organising people for
maximising the effect that the (protest) committee intended?
"There is not one shred of evidence here ... that anybody was
paid (by the PLP to protest)," she added, challenging Mr Foulkes
to table evidence of payment in the Senate.
Mr Foulkes told the Senate it was not criminal to pay support-
ers to protest and urged the PLP to admit to the charge.
Last week, the head of the PSA Dwight Smith said criminally
minded people were overheard saying they had been paid to par-
ticipate in the BTC mass protest of February 23.
"It was strange the type persons I saw. Certainly being a police
officer for over 21 years, we know our caliber of persons that
were moving tip and down. They had nothing to do with BTC, but
they were advancing these political groups. The police had a dif-
ficulty with that," Mr Smith said last week.
Speaking in the House of Assembly days after the' protest, Mr
Turnquest said individuals known to police in connection with
crimes as serious as murder, rape, armed robbery, assault with a
deadly weapon and shop-breaking wefe "clearly identifiable" in the
anti-BTC sale demonstration in Rawson Square.



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Bid to raise gas by 30c per gallon


'-- h


FROM page one


As for the Bahamas, it received an A
grade for life expectancy at birth; a B grade
for expected number of yehrs in primary
and secondary school, a B grade for fertil-
ity rate of girls aged 15 to 19 years; a B
grade for Commonwealth scholarships and
fellowships taken up in the three measured
academic years; a B grade for political.par-
ticipation; a C grade for athletes and
medals at the Delhi Commonwealth
Games; an A for gender pay gap.
In each of the eight indicators, the report
looks at how well girls/women are doing
compared to boys/men in each Common-
wealth country.
The report then compares the female
to male ratio &a each country to the average
across the Commonwealth.. Using the
"standard deviation" statistical measure,
each Report Card assigns grades.
An "A" is given if the country is well
above average; a "C" if the country is
below average; and a "B" if the country is
average.
"In the Commonwealth, every year, 26
million girls are born; and this equates to
one new baby girl arriving almost every
second of every day. In the time it takes to'


FROM page one ALFRED SEA


focused person," he said.
"He brought considerable
-knowledge and experience to
the table.".
Mr Roberts said there are
many political hopefuls who
would like to fill his seat, how-
ever he did not indicate who
might be chosen.
"It will have to be someone.
who is committed to advancing
the interests of the Bahamian
people, and who has an overall
goal and objective for the
Bahamian people," the party
chairman said.
"I know several people are
interested in the seat, but we
are not like the FNM where-
they're handpicked by one
man."
Prospective candidates will
be discussed with the voters in
Fort Charlotte and considered
by the party's candidate com-


FROM page one
According to Mr Moore our
current gas and diesel prices are
below that of our Caribbean
neighbors such as Turks and
Caicos, Cayman Islands,
Jamaica, Barbados and Bermu-
da, most of which are deregu-
lated so that they can charge
what they need to make a prof-
it and that competition sets the
price at the pumps, said Mr
Moore.
Mr Oswald said the public
perception is that when gas
prices increase at the pumps
that retailers are pocketing that
money, however, because of the
set margins that is not the case.
Local petroleum retailers
stopped the sale of diesel at
locations on Friday to protest
the current fixed margin that
retailers argue is unsustainable
for business.
In response.to comments that
measures takenby retailers
were "drastic", Mr Moore said
that measures taken mirror their
position that a "crisis situation
requires drastic action."


BAHAMAS RANKED 17TH
hold the Commonwealth Observance Ser-
vice at Westminster Abbey, nearly .four
thousands girls will have been born in
Commonwealth lands," said a statement
issued by the Commonwealth Secretariat.
on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen, Head
of the Commonwealth.
"This year, the Commonwealth reflects
on what more could be achieved if women
were able to play an even larger role. For
example, I am encouraged that last year
the Commonwealth launched a global
effort to train and support half a million
more midwives worldwide," the statement
said.
The new report suggests that it is politi-
cal will and not economic wealth which
is most important in advancing gender
equality.
Some of the poorest countries in the
Commonwealth do relatively well against
the eight indicators used in the report,
while some rich countries remain a long
way off gender equality,.
In the report, poverty levels do not
always correlate with levels of gender
inequality. Rwanda (10th) Mozambique
(21st), and Malawi (23rd) all score highly


R, Agriculture and Fisheries, w]
has held his Long Island se
RS" for just under nine years, sa
he has not made any decision
ained. about whether to run for ti
d PLP seat again.
with- He said he is satisfied wi
he end his achievements thus far, b
PLP has not been able to complex
nthia his agenda owing to economy
unced constraints in recent years.
in St "I have no feelings about t]
llyson next election at this point," M
id she, Cartwright said.
candi-. "I have no reason to n
want to run, and I have no re
ected son to want to, except that
ext 13 have some unfinished business
s also but if I step aside my success
active will carry on."
Mr Cartwright said he w
s have speak to his constituents:
Long Long Island before making
it will decision about the next gene
in and al election, and then The Ti
utler- bune will be the first to know
at. He denied claims Mrs Bu
er for ler-Turner would take his sea
and suggested the speculation
may have sprung from.his inv
station for her to speak at h
monthly meeting in Lon
Island on March 10.
However, Mr Cartwrigl
said the Minister of State fo


mittee, Mr Roberts expl
Mr Sears is the thirc
member to announce a
drawal'from politics at th
of the term as former
deputy Leader Cy
"Mother" Pratt has anno
she will not run again
Cecilia, and Senator A
Maynard Gibson has sa
will not be a political c
date next year.
With the election exp
to be called within the n
months, speculation ha
been raised over prosper
candidates for the FNM.
Political commentators
alleged FNM MP for
Island Larry Cartwrigh
not run in the next election
Montagu MP Loretta B
Turner will run in his sei
However, the Ministe


RIM FI CSA


Views were varied by cus-
tomers when it was put to them
how they would feel about a
possible increase in gas and
diesel prices.
A consumer, who wanted to
remain anonymous said that the
issue is very complex and going
on the word of the retailers the
fixed margin just is not suffi-
cient for businesses to survive.
She said: "Retailers are
deeply invested, so I would be
willing to make that sacrifice
and the government also has the
choice to absorb some of this
cost."
On the opposite end another
consumer said that everyone is
experiencing difficult econom-
ic times and increases sound
substantial for which customers
will be taking the brunt.
He said "it is not as if .they
are asking for a chunk of what
the government already gets off
every gallon, they are asking for
more on top of that."
He continued: "I know it is
not the retailers fault but gas in,
the Bahamas already aint
cheap."


ite being among some of the poorest
tries in the Commonwealth.
he Commonwealth's richest country,
lei Darussalam, only manages to rank
le starkest evidence of gender inequal-
s revealed by the pay gap indicator.
n in the best performing -countries,
en only earn around four-fifths of
income on average.
New Zealand the star performer in
final rankings women only earn
nd 72 per cent of the average income
there are still twice as many men in
Zealand's Parliament as women.
commonwealth Secretary-General
alesh Sharma, said: "Girls should have
chance to grow up and become healthy,
ated women'who can make a positive
rence to their own lives and to the
of others. Women are barometers of
ty: they are an indication of its inter-
ressure levels, and their fortunes can
le clearest forecasts of good or bad
;s to come. Where women prosper,
ties prosper; and where women suffer,
o do the societies in which they live.
y investing in women and girls, we
seen that we can accelerate social,
omic and political progress. The evi-
e is clear."

ho Labour and Social Develop-
eat ment was unable to make the
aid meeting and he hopes she will
on be able to attend the next one
he in April.
He said: "Our meetings are
th normally discussions so I try
ut to take in different persons
te who may be able to answer
ic their questions, and as she is
the Minister, of State for
he Labour, at this time when jobs
Mr are scarce, people might want
to address that matter."
ot FNM Chairman Carl Bethel
a- declined to comment on any
I I speculation over the future of
ss, FNM candidates.
or He said: "I give no credence
to any scuttlebutt or rumours,
ill that's none of my business.
in "I am not listening to any
a speculation.
er- "We have serving members
'i- of Parliament and serving Cab-
v. inet ministers all of whom
it- deserve to be allowed to
at serve."
on The Sea Breeze MP added:
v- "We wish Mr Sears well and,.
is of course, we do regret that he
ig has felt the need at this time to
withdraw'from public service.
ht We wish him the very best in
or his every endeavour."


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FAMILY ISLAND LISTINGS


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- FREEPORT
LOT NO. 75
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Six-Plex Apartment Complex
PROPERTY SIZE: 19,055 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on Bonita Lane and
Bluefish Street.
APPRAISED VALUE: $462,649


2. MAUBOO REEF ESTATES
SU.B.DJ..!.ON.- FR.EEPORT
LOT NO. 104
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Residential / Duplex
PROPERTY SIZE: 11,866 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property is ,
located Galleon Avenue & Outrigger
Court.
APPRAISED VALUE: $300,000


3. BAHAMIA NORTH
SUBDIVISION FREEPORT
LOT NO. 7 Block LN Unit 1
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Incomplete Single Storey
Apartment structure
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.98 acres
LOCATION: The subject property
is located south on Cadwallader
Jones Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $91,000

4. CARGILL CREEK SETTLEMENT
-ANDROS
.LOT NO. 30
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Duplex Apartment Building .
PROPERTY SIZE: 21,000 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is situated on the east side of the
Queens Highway.
APPRAISED VALUE: $188,Q00

5 EAST SECTION "2"
SUBDSISISOrN FREEPORT
LOT NO. 15
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Single Family Residence,
3 beds/ 1 bath
PROPEtrY SIZE: 0.28 acres
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on the northwestern
section of Nansen Avenue &
Shackleton Lane.
APPRAISED VALUE: $129,785


I 8AHAiM Aj MAPIAU BA A i!MIA
SECTION IX SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT .
LOT NO. 16 Block 33
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot
0.32 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the eastern side of
Forest Court.,
APPRAISED VALUE: $35,000

2. BAHAMIA SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 12 Block "E", Section 1
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.39 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located 400 yards west of Santa
Maria Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $28,000

3. BAHAMA SOUND EXUMA
LOT NO. 652,1 Section 8 East
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot,.10,000 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located 11 miles west of George
Town and 2 miles northwest of
Moss Town Airport.
APPRAISED VALUE: $30,000

4. BAHA, ,iA NORTH
Su8.DIVSON1:.. .FREFFP.r
LOT NO. 10, Block AN, Unit 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex,
12,000 sq. ft.,
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located at the intersection of
Woods Rodgers Drive and Santa
Maria Avenue North.
APPRAISED VALUE: $50,000'

5. BRITANNIA SUBDVSN -
FREEPORT
LOT NO; 291
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.32 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located along Joseph Pinder
Drive (an unpaved road); east of
Polaris Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $57,000

G. BRiTA'NNIA-SUBDIVISION -
FREEPOTL
LOT NO. 292
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.32 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located along Joseph Pinder
Drive (an unpaved road); east of
Polaris Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $55,000


6. FREEPORT CITY SUBDIVISION
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 5, Block "J"
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Condominium Apartment No. 219
2 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 1,177 sq, ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is located at Jansel Court
Condominium, East Mall Drive
and East Atlantic Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $85,000

7. GRASMERE, UNIT 1
SUBDIVISION -FREEPORT
LOT NO. 3 Block 15
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Single Family Residence,
3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 13,500 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on Glenburn Drive and
East Indiaman Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $173,000

8. GRASMERE UNIT 1

LOT NO. 13, Block 1 Unit 1
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Single Family Residence,
4 beds / 3 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 18,000 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
Is located porth of S; Ringwood
Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $283,000


7. DERBY SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 9 Block 17 Unit 3
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.30 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on Queens Highway and
Dagenham Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $33,000

8. DERBY SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 2 Block 4 Unit 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-family
Canal Front Lot, 0.35 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the western side of a
minor cul-de-sac called Lindsell
Road which connects to Lindsell
Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $120,000

9. DERBY SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 33 Block 8 Unit 3
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0,25 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the eastern side of
Henny Terrace.
APPRAISED VALUE: $65,000

10. FORTUNE POINT SUBDIVISION
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 11 Block 2 Unit 3
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot,
0.35 acres.
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the western side of
Pearl Drive and Pearl Close,
APPRAISED VALUE: $44,000

11. GRAND BAHAMA ACRES
SUBDIVISION FREEPORT
LOT NOS. 22-A, B, G &
H Section 1
PROPERTY SIZE: 1.49 acres
combined
LOCATION: The vacant lots are
located on the southern side of
McGregor Boulevard.
APPRAISED VALUE: 548,000

.12. GRAND BAHAMA EAST
SUBDIVISION FREEPORT
LOT NO. 220 Block 'E" Section 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.23 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the northwestern .side
of Okamua Avenue.
APPRAISED VALUE: $15,000


9. HAWKSBILL SUBDIVISION.
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 124
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Single Family Residence,
1 bed / 1 bath
PROPERTY SIZE: 5,400 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on Abaco Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $70,000

10. LINCOLN PARK SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 1 Block 51 Unit 3
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Incomplete Single' Family
Residence, 3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.41 acres
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on the southern side of
Crossjack Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $126,456

11. LINCOLN PARK SUBDIVISION -
EREEMRT
LOT NO. 5 Block 51 Unit 3
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Single Family Residence,
3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.26 acres
LOCATION: The subject property.
is located on the western side of
Churchill Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $126,456


13.GRAND BAHAMA EAST
SUBDIVISION FREEPORT
LOT NO. 152 Block 'D" Section 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0:23 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the south side of Kay
Avenue West of, Drayton Street
Intersection.
APPRAISED VALUE: $15,000

14. HOLMES ROCK GRAND
BAHAMA
LOT NO. Tract of Land
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.20 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the southern side of
Queens Highway and eastern
side of PC Plaza.
APPRAISED VALUE: $20,000

15. HUDSON ESTATES
SUBDIVISION FREEPORT
,LOT NO. 393
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 7,493 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on Nansen Avenue &
West of Coral Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $34,000

16. LINCQLN GREEN'SUBDIVISION
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 3 Block 16 Unit 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 20,250 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the southern side of
a minor street called Fulton Lane
and East Sunrise Highway.
APPRAISED VALUE: $47,000

17., LINCOLN GREEN
SUBDIVISION- FREEPORT
LOT NO. 10 Block 3 Unit 5
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.40 acres
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located near the southern end
of Lambeth Place and east of
Churchill Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $41,000

1IPLI QLN $GREENSUBDIVISION
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 46 Block 16 Unit 5
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 13,800 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the southern side of
Moor Drive & Moor Close.
APPRAISED VALUE: $30,000


12. MURPHY TOWN ABACC
LOT NO. Crown Allotment
Parcels "A" and "B"
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Single Storey Structures
PROPERTY SIZE. Each 7,00
LOCATION: The subject pi
is situated on Great Abaco
Harbour Road off the main
Murphy Town Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $135

13. POINCIANA GARDENS
SUBDIVISION FREEPOF
LOT NO. 53
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Duplex Apartment, 2 beds
baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.26 ac
LOCATION: The subject pr
is located on Nelson Road
APPRAISED VALUE: $80,'

14 ROYAL BAHAMIAN ESTA
._$y1 SLtQN._4- FREEPOQP
LOT NO, 14 Block 3 Sectic
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Incomplete Single,Family
residential structure
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.34 ac
LOCATION: The subject pi
is located on the eastern s
minor street called Madeira
and east of Beach Way Dri
APPRAISED VALUE: $67.0


19, LINCOLN GREEN SUBDI%
-FREEPORT
LOT NO. 52, Block 16, Uni
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex,
14,800 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lot
located on the northeaster
corner of Moor Drive and I
Close.
APPRAISED VALUE: $45,

20. LUCAYAESTATES .
SUBDIVISION FREEPOI
LOT NO. 5'& 6 Block 48 U
PROPERTY SIZE: Single F
Lots, 1.0 acre each
LOCATION: The vacant lot
located on the southern sic
Alnwick Drive and Richmor
Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $11,
each

21. LUCAYA ESTATES
SUBDIVISION FREEPOQ
LOT NO. 6 & 7 Block 31 U
PROPERTY SIZE: Single
Lots, 1'.08 acre each
LOCATION: The vacant lot
located on the southern sic
Eastnor Avenue.
APPRAISED VALUE: $11,
each

22. LUCAYAN ESTATES
SUBDIVISION FREEPOf
LOT NO. 18 Block 112 Uni
PROPERTY SIZE: Single F
Lot, 1.0 acre.
LOCATION: The vacant tlo
located on the western sid
Rutland Road, a minor unp
road which connects to Aw
Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $9,00

23. LUCAYAN ESTATES
SUBDIVISION FREEPOF
LOT NO. 10 Block 32 Unit
PROPERTY SIZE: 1.2 acre
LOCATION: The vacant'lot
located on the northwestern
part of the Clarendon Road
Alnwick Drive East intersec
APPRAISED VALUE: $10,1

24. MURPHY TOWN- ABAC<
LOT NO. Crown Allotment
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-fa
10,000 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lot
situated on the Great Abac
Harbour Road off the main
Murphy Town Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $28,(


INTERESTED PARTIES SHOULD SUBMIT OFFERS INCLUSIVE OF TELEPHONE CONTACT AND I


TO: CB DISTRESSED PROPERTIES, CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT, P.O BOX SS-6263, NASSAU, BAHAMAS OR
EMAIL US AT: DISTRESSED.PROPERTIES@COMBANKLTD.COM. SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY. PLEASE CALL 502-6132, 502-6109 OR 502-6146
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO.REJECT ANY OR ALL OFFERS.


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LOT NO. 22 Block 2
N: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
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)0 sq. ft, baths Units
property PROPERTY SIZE: 0.34 acres,
LOCATION: The subject property
is facing the southern side of
Regent Row; a minor street
5,000 connecting to Waterfall Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $356,000

RT 16. YEOMAN WOOD SUBDIVISION
FREEPORT
N: LOT NO. 26 Block 55 unit 2
/ 2 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
/ Single Family Residence,
res 3 beds/ 2 baths
property PROPERTY SIZE: 0.23 acres
1. LOCATION: The subject property
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LOT NO. 27 in Crown Allotment
it 5 #125.
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-family
15,000 sq. ft.
tis LOCATION: The vacant lot is
nm situated off the Front Street of
Moor Murphy Town.
APPRAISED VALUE: $37,500
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SUBDIVISION FREEPORT
RT, LOT NO. 23 Block 21
nit 5 PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-Family
Family Lot, 17,500 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant property
ts are is located on the southern side of
de of Bartlow Road and Fortune Bay
nd Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $55,000
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27. SUNRISE PARK SUBDIVISION -
FREEPORT
LOT NO. 57
RT PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot,
nit 3 0.29 acres
Family LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on Gladstone Terrace.
ts are APPRAISED VALUE: $26,000 ,
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LOT NO., 38 Block 9 Unit 3
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.22 acres
SRT LOCATION: The vacant lot is
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TAGAJO, Japan
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A TIDE of bodies, washed
up along Japan's coansline
Monday, oerwhelming cre-
matoriums. exhausting sup-
plies of bod' bags and adding
to the spiraling humanitari-
an, economic and nuclear cn-
sis after the massive earth-
quake and tsunami.
Millions of people faced a
fourth night without afterr .
food or heating in near-freez-
ing temperatures along the
northeast coast devastated by
tFriday's disasters. MNlean hiUe.
a third reactor at a nuclear
pofuer plant lost its cooling
capacity and its fuel rods,
were full exposed. raising
fears of a meltdo%%n. The
stock market plunged o\er
the likelihood ot huge losses
by Japanese industries tnclud-
S ing big names such as To.ota
and Honda.
On the coastline of NMi.agi
prefecture, which h took the
full force of the tsunami, a
Japanese police official-said
1,000 bodies were found scat-
tered across the coastline.
Kyodo, the Japanese news
,agency, reported that 2,000
bodies washed up on two
shorelines in Miyagi.
In one town in a neighbor-
ing prefecture, the cremato-
rium was unable to handle
the large number of bodies
being brought in for funerals.
"We have already begun
cremations, but we can only
handle 18 bodies a day. We
are overwhelmed and are
;asking other cites to help us
deal with bodies. We only
have one crematorium in
town," Katsuhiko Abe, an
official in Soma, told The
Associated Press.
While the official death toll
Rose to nearly 1,900, the dis-
covery of the washed-up bod-
ies and other reports of
Deaths suggest.the true num-
ber is much higher. In Miyagi,
wthe police chief has said
a10,000 people are estimated
to have died in his province
alone. '
The outspoken governor of
Tokyo, Shintaro Ishihara,
told reporters Monday that
the disaster was "punishment
from heaven" because Japan-
ese have become greedy.
Across Japan, most people
opt to cremate their dead.
With so many bodies, the
government on Monday
waived a rule requiring per-
mission first from local
authorities before cremation
or burial to speed up funerals,
said Health Ministry official
Yukio Okuda.
e "The current situation is so
extraordinary, and it is very
likely that crematoriums are
running beyond capacity,"
said Okuda. "This is an emer-
gency measure. We want to
help quake-hit, people as
much as we can."
Friday's double tragedy has
caused unimaginable depri-
vation for people of this
industrialized country-- Asi-
a's richest which hasn't
seen such hardship since
World War II. In many areas
there is no running water, no
power and four- to five-hour
waits for gasoline. People are
suppressing hunger with
instant noodles or rice balls
while dealing with the loss of
lqved ones and homes.
"People are surviving on
little food and water. Things
are simply not coming," said
Hajime Sato, a government
official in Iwate prefecture,
one of the hardest hit.
Sato said deliveries of food
and other supplies were just
a10 percent of what is need-
ed. Body bags and coffins
Were running so short that
the government may turn to
foreign funeral homes for
help, he said.
"We have requested funer-
al homes across the nation to
send us many body bags and
coffins. But we simply don't
have enough," he said. "We
just did not expect such a
thing to happen. It's just over-
whelming."
The pulverized coast has
been hit by hundreds of after-
shocks since Friday, the latest
one a 6.2 magnitude quake
that was followed by a new
Tsunami scare Monday.
As sirens wailed, soldiers
abandoned their search oper-
ations and told residents of


A MAN CRIES while walking through the devastated town of Onagawa,
Miyagi Prefecture, Monday, March 14, 2011, three days after a pow-
erful earthquake-triggered tsunami hit the country's east coast.
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the devastated shoreline in
Soma, the worst hit town in
Fukushima prefecture, to run
to safety. . .
They barked out orders:
"Find high.ground! Get out
of here!" Several soldiers
were seen leading an old
woman up a muddy hillside.
The warning turned out to be
a false alarm and interrupt-
ed the efforts of search par-
ties who arrived in Soma for
the first time since Friday to
dig out bodies.
Ambulances stood by and
body bags were laid out in an
area cleared of debris, as fire-
fighters used hand picks and
chain saws to clear a jumble
of broken timber, plastic
sheets, roofs,: sludge, twisted
cars, tangled power lines and.
household goods.
Ships were flipped over
near roads, a half-mile (a
kilometer) inland. Officials
said one-third of the city of
38,000 people was flooded
and thousands were missing.,
Though Japanese officials
have refused to speculate on
how high the death toll could
rise, an expert who dealt with
the 2004 Asian' tsunami
offered a dire outlook.
"It's a miracle really, if it
turns out to be less than
10,000" dead, said Hery Har-
jono, a senior geologist with
the Indonesian Science Insti-
tute, who was closely
involved with the aftermath
of the earlier disaster that
killed 230,000 people.-, of
which only 184,000 bodies
were found.
He drew parallels between
the two disasters notably
that many bodies in Japan
may have been sucked out to
sea or remain trapped
beneath rubble as they did in
Indonesia's hardest-hit Aceh
province. But he also stressed
that Japan's infrastructure,
high-level of preparedness
and city planning to keep
houses away from the shore
could mitigate its human loss-
es.
According to public broad-
caster NHK, some 430.000
people are living in emer-
gency shelters or within rela-
tives. Another 24,000 people
are stranded, it said.
One reason for the loss of
power is the damage to sev-
eral nuclear reactors in the
area. At one plant, Fukushi-
ma Dai-ichi, three reactors
have lost the ability to cool
down. A building holding one
of them exploded on Mon-
day. Operators were dump-
ing sea water into all three
reactors in a final attempt to
cool their superheated con-
tainers that faced possible
meltdown. If that happens,
they could release radioac-
tive material in the air.


Though people living with-
in a 12-mile (20-kilometer)
radius were ordered to leave
over the weekend, authori-
ties told anyone remaining
there or in nearby areas to
stay inside'their homes fol-
lowing the blast.
Military personnel on heli-
copters returning to ships
with the U.S. 7th Fleet regis-
tered low-level of radioactive
contamination Monday, but
were cleared after a scrub-
down. As a precaution, the
ships shifted to a different
area off the coast.
So far, Tokyo Electric Pow-
er, the nuclear plant's opera-
tor, is holding off on imposing
the rolling blackouts it earlier
said it would need but- the
utility urged people to limit
electricity use. To help reduce
the power load, many region-
'al train lines were suspended
or operating on a limited
schedule.,
'The impact that lack of
electricity, damaged roads


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prefecture, northern Japan. : Kyodo News/AP


JAPAN SELF-DEFENSE FORCES personnel search for victims around a ship swept out by Friday's tsuna-
mi in Higashimatsushima, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan, Monday.
Kyodo News/AP


and railways and ruined'
plants would have on the
world's third-largest econo-
my helped drag down the
share markets on Monday,
the first business day since
the disasters.
The benchmark Nikkei 225.
stock average fell 6.2 percent
while the broader Topix


index lost 7.5 percent.
To lessen the damage,
Japan's central, bank inject-
ed 15 trillion yen (US$184 bil-
lion) into money markets.
Beyond the stock
exchanges, recovering from
the disaster is likely to weigh
on already debt-burdened
Japan, which has barely man-


aged weak growth between
slowdowns for 20 years.
Initial estimates put repair
costs in the tens of billions of
dollars, costs that would like-
ly add to a massive public
debt that, at 200 percent of
gross domestic product, is the
biggest among industrialized
nations.


JAPAN GROUND SELF-DEFENSE FORCE members search for the victims of Friday's tsunami in Miyako, Iwate Prefecture, northern
Japan, Monday.
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By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net


Back home after
}sparring with
Vitali Klitschko
in Austria for
the past three
weeks, Sherman 'The Tank'
Williams is now gearing up
for a tune-up fight in three,
weeks that could lead to
another shot at the World
Boxing Federation's heavy-
weight title this summer.
Williams, in an, interview
from his home yesterday in
Vero Beach, Florida, said he
was informed by the WBF
that former world champion
Evander Holyfield has agreed
that he, doesn't intend to vol-
untarily fight him in a rematch
after their January 22 bout
ended in a no contest.
"The WBF feels like he left
himself unproven. However,
what they plan to do is put
me'in a title fight for the
WBF's International title and
i also for the interim heavy-
T' weight title of the world,"
Williams said.
"If all goes well and I win
those two titles, in Jine or
July, Holyfield will have 90
days to fight me or relinquish
the title. So at this point and
time, a month later, I expect-
ed that from the Holyfield
camp. I was never given any-
thing. I always had to fight for
what I got."
Williams, the 38-year-old
Grand Bahamian native, is
predicting that by the sum-
mer, he will have the interim
and international titles n the
Bahamas, setting up the stage
for either the re-match with
Holyfield or the number one
contender for the WBF title.
There's a possibility that
Williams will either take on
South African Francois Botha
or Raphael Zumbano from
Brazil sometime in June or
July, possibly in the Bahamas.
Zumbano, the current IBF
Intercontinental champion, is
more likely to be thd candi-
date as Botha has indicated
that he doesn't have any inter-
est in the fight against
Williams.
At 6-feet, 5-inches, Zum-
bano is an orthodox 30.year-
old who has a 29-4-1 win-loss-
draw record with 23 knock-
outs. He is expected to fight
Carlos Javier Ojeda Roldan
on Thursday in Sao Paulo,
Brazil.
In preparation for that
fight, Williams, who stands at
just 5-11, is expected to get a
tune- up in three weeks. He is


TRAINING CAMP: Back home after sparring with Vitali Klitschko (left) in Austria for the past three weeks; Sherman 'The Tank' Williams is now gearing up for a tune-up.fight in
three weeks that could lead to another shot at the World Boding Federation's heavyweight title this summer. *


coming off his fifth sparring
session with the IBF heavy-
weight champion Vitali
, Klitschko in Austria for the
past three weeks. The 39-
year-old 6-7 1/2 .Klitschko is
preparing for the defense of
his WBC heavyweight title
against Odlanier Solis Satur-
day night in Germany.
"I stuck to the same rou-
tine that I used against Holy-
field, using the overhand


right," said Williams, who
noted that he managed to get
in a,good Workout on the
huge Klitschko. "
"So I'm going to spring-
board that training camp into
my next fight next month here
in Florida and then look for-
ward to fighting home in June
or July."
Williams said the trip to
Austria was just what he
needed and hopefully, he will


get a chance' to come home
and spend some time with
Klitschko when he comes to
the Bahamas for a vacation
in April.
"I showed them some pic-
tures and so they are inter-
ested in coming down and
doing some snorkeling. I
think they are also eager
about going to Andros,"
Williams said.
"So I'm also doing my part


to promote the Bahamas. We
have a good, relationship and
hopefully in the yery near
future, I want to get a shot at
him or his brother. It's noth-
ing personal. He andThis agent
understand. So I'm hoping
everything falls in line and we
could even possibly have that
fight in the Bahamas as well."
Williams said it would be
nice to do it to christen, the
nbw national stadium with a


championship boxing match.
. While in Austria, Williams
said EuroSport showed a
replay of his match against
Holyfield at the resort where
he stayed and. turned it into
an event at the bar for every-
body to see.
"The Bahamas got a lot of
publicity off it too," said
Williams about last Wednes-
day's showing during the last
week of his training camp.


Knowles, Mertinak win opener in Indian Wells


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net
WHILE he's delighted that the
inaugural Bahamas Open Women's
Tournament is underway at the
National Tennis Tournament, Mark
Knowles is trying to ensure that he
can perform well on the ATP men's
tour this week in Indian Wells.
Knowles and his new partner
Michal Mertinak of Slovakia played
their first round match in the BNP
Paribas Open, having pulled off a
marathon 2-6, 7-6 (3), 12-10 deci-
sion over the No.8 seeded team of
Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecau.
"This one was tough. We were
down severely and just kind of
fought back," said Knowles in an
interview from Indian Wells. "We
won the second set and that kind of


KNOWLES MERTINAK

raised our level. Fortunately, in the
super tie-breaker, we saved six
match points and pulled off a good
one."
Although it's a tough draw,
Knowles said they didn't expect the
match to be as competitive as it was.
But he admitted that their oppo-


nents were in the final of Wimbledon
last year, so they definitely were no
push over.
"We just wanted to win it a little
more convincingly, definitely not in
such dramatic fashion. It took some
years off us after that. But that's
what the matches come down to and
it hinges on one point here or there.
It could have easily gone either
way.",
Knowles and Mertinak will be
back in action today when they take
on the Israeli team of Jonathan
Erlich and Andy Ram, whom they
defeated two weeks ago in the first
round in Memphis.
"We played a good match there,
so it's a good match that we would
like to win," Knowles said. "We're
looking forward to playing them.
Everybody is healthy, so we're excit-
ed to be in the second round."


The top seeds in the tournament
are American twin brothers Bob and
Mike Bryan. The No.2 seeds are
Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor,
Knowles''former long-time partner.
As he prepares for the second
round, Knowles said he's excited
about the first Bahamas Open Wom-
en's Tournament that is going into its
second day of the main draw at the
NTC. "I think it's fantastic that we
are having such an event like that
at home," he said. "I think we have
the climate for it and ,also the
appetite for it.
"Maybe we could have done it
sooner on the heels of when we were
really good in Davis Cup and we
were a little stronger in the tennis
community in the Bahamas."
However, Knowles said tennis is
such a great sport that is played
worldwide, so it's good that the


Bahamas is getting a chance to be
.showcased to some of the top
women players. "Outside of my
charity event and a few Davis Cup
ties, our youth don't have a chance
to see what it takes at a professional
level," Knowles said.
"I think this is a great stage for it,
especially at the women's level. I
think it's a great opportunity for the
-young women in the Bahamas to
cease the opportunity to learn from
the women tennis players."
Hopefully, the tournament will be
a platform for the Bahamas to have
its first female player crack the inter-
national tennis circuit and he
applauded the tournament organis-
ers and the Bahamas Government
along with corporate sponsors who
have come together to stage the
event. "I think it's a great spring-
board for the future," Knowles said.


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PLAY ACTION: THE first FAB Invitational Cup continued at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium on Sunday with a series of volleyball and basketball
games between the Filipino community and the Mt Carmel Cavaliers. In men's volleyball, Mt Carmel def:. Extreme 25-23 and 25-21,
Bicolen def. Ingadom 25-14 and 25-9 and the Warriors def.,Extreme 25-22 and 25-22. In women's volleyball, the Warriors def. Mt Carmel
25-8 and 25-22, Extreme def. Ingadom 25-21 and 25-15 and Cool Gurlz def. Mt Carmel 25-16, 21-25 and 15-7. Barby, the head coach of
the Cool Gurlz, said it was a big victory, considering that it was their first since the season got started a week ago. She hoted that she was
able to acquire some players from'some of the other teams, which managed to strengthen her squad. Now she feels that they will be a con-
tender. Two basketball games were also played, but no results were available. The tournament is slated to continue 9am Sunday with anoth-
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TENNIS
BAHAMIANS
IN ACTION
AFTER losing in the first
round of the qualifying in
singles at the Bahamas
Open 'Women's Tennis
Tournament, Grand
Bahamian Larikah Russell
will get a chance tp redeem
herself in doubles.
Today at the National
Tennis Center, she will join
with team-mate Nikkita
Fountain as they play their
first round doubles match
against the visiting team of
Sarah Borwell and Liga
Dekmeijere.
Russell and Fountain are
playing together for the first
time since they won the gold
at the Central American
and Caribbean Games and
advanced to the second
round of the Common-
wealth Games last year.
No time has been given
on exactly when their match
will be played today.
Russell and Fountain are
the only Bahamians playing
in the doubles draw. They
were awarded a wild card
entry.
SOFTBALL
BANKERS
LEAGUE OPENING
* THE Bankers Softball
League got started at the
National Softball Stadium
at the Baillou Hills Sports
Complex on Saturday.
During the official open-
ing ceremonies, the league
unveiled a memorial plaque
that they hung on the out-
field fence in honour of Ron
'Figure' Wood, a member
of the Colina Pros team,
who passed away last year.
First Caribbean Interna-
tional, however, didn't have
any mercy on Colina as they
shut them out 10-0 in one,
of the four games played.
In the other games,
Fidelity Bank & Trust
knocked off British Ameri-
can Financial 12-9, Bank of
the Bahamas Bobcats
nipped the Royal Bank of
Canada Lions 7-6 and CMC
Outsiders edged out Scotia-
bank 12-11.
The league is expected to
continue ts regular season
starting 11am Saturday.
TRACK.
CARIBS
PERFORMANCES
.THE College of the
Bahamas Caribs track and
field team returned home
from.its first international
meet over the weekend.
At the FAMU Invitation-
al in Florida, they competed
against more than 12 col-
leges and universities and
yielded some good results.
Freshman Lorenzo Rolle
won the javelin with a throw
of 51.20 metres, junior
Julianna Duncanson made
the finals in both the shot
putt and discus, placing sec-
ond in the shot put with a
throw of 11.74 metres and
fifth in the discus with a
throw of 34.20, freshman
Tamara Myers placed sec-
ond in the long jump with a
leap of 11.60m and fresh-
man Kendera Bethel pro-
duced a personal best in the
shot put with a throw of
10.10m.
The team's next interna-
tional meet is in April. The
COB Invitational, however,
is slated to be held at the
Thomas A Robinson Track
and Field Stadium Saturday.
TRACK
PARENTS MEETING
THE Bahamas Associa-
tion of Athletic Associations
Parents Association is all set
to hold a meeting 6pm
today in the VIP Stand at
the Thomas A. Robinson
Track and Field Stadium.
All parents of athletes are
urged to attend.
BSA VOLLEYBALL
THE Bahamas Scholastic
Association opened its vol-
leyball competition at the D
W Davis Gymnasium with
just' one- .game played yes-
terday.
Mt Carmel senior girls
defeated Teleos Christian
Academy in two identical
sets, 19-17 and 19-17.
Action is slated to contin-


ue 3:45pm today with two
more games on tap at the
gym.
In the opener,.Teleos
Christian is all set to take
on Lyford Cay in the junior
girls division and Mt Carmel
is to play Christian Heritage
in the junior boys match-up.


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net
The .stage is set for
what could turn out
to be a great inau-
gural Bahamas Open Wom-
en's Tennis Tournament at
the National Tennis Center.
The only thing missing are the
fans in the stands.
The tournament's main
draw, featuring 19 of the top
100 players in the world, got
underway yesterday. But you.
could barely count the
amount of people on hand to
view the high level of compe-
tition.
Tournament organiser
Tyrone Olando said they are
concerned about the low fan
participation, but he's confi-
dent that as the week pro-
gresses, the numbers will def-
initely pick up.
"I've been getting calls
from all over Nassau coigrat-
ulating us because they did-
n't believe that something like
this could happen," Orlando
said.
"You could see the venue,
you could see the operation
of the tournament. This is a
world event. This is an inter-
national event. The little chal-
lenges that we have is in
house with not having the
right people in the right
places."
That part of that challenge,
Orlando admitted, is attract-
ing the fans to the stadium.
"This weekend, we didn't
have the numbers that we
anticipated' when we had the
qualifying round with the
three Bahamian players par-
ticipating," he said.
"The main draw got started
today, but we still haven't
seen the numbers that we
anticipated. We& hope to
increase our newspaper ads
tomorrow (today), the radio
ads started today and we have
a couple of live remoter and
the talk shows will be broad-.
casted from here."
In an effort to accommo-
date those working patrons,
Orlando said they intend to
put on a feature match every
night, starting at 7:30pm on
the stadium court under the
lights. The first of those
matches was played last night.
But Orlando said the Min-'
istry of Education has con-
sented to allow all of the pri-'
mary schools to take advan-
tage of the day sessions and
they intend to see an influx
of those students starting
today.
"They will get to see world
class tennis right in their back-
yard. Who knows, one of
them might .want to come
over and become a tennis
player too," he stated.
However, Orlando said
they" are in the process of
securing sponsors for who will
be willing to pay the $5 per
student in the high schools to
also come out and view the
action.
So far, he noted that they
have about three sponsors
who will be participating in
that programme. "We're just
hoping that some other things
Will develop so that we can
fill these stands," Orlando
said. "I guess tennis is not as


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ON THE COURT: A player takes part in the Bahamas Open Women's


popular as basketball or base-
ball. But we just need to get
the fans to come out and
watch this event."'
In a colourful opening cer-
emony Saturday evening,
Minister of Youth, Sports and
Culture Charles Maynard
officially declared the tour-
nament open. It ended with
a junkanoo rush-out.
"We just want the Bahamas
to come out and see this
world class tennis," he added.
"You don't get to see this
type of event that often, espe-
cially here at home."
William Coffey, the Inter-
national Tennis Federation's
representative, who heads the
officiating team, said the
Bahamas is the ideal place
and the timing couldn't be
better for the hosting of a
$100,000 tournament.
"It's between two major
tournaments being held in


Indian Wells and Miami, so
his is a great opportunity for
the players who lost in the
first week of Indian Wells to
come here and get ready for
Miami," said Coffey, a native
of Canada.
The main draw, according
fo Coffey, is one of the
strongest that he has seen for
this level and it could rival a
$200,000 tour event.
"There are a lot of people
here who are tennis fans and a
lot of people who have been
working hard to make sure
that the event is a success,"
he said.
"Obviously, this is the first
year for the event, but once
they fine tune certain things,
this could very well be one of
the biggest tournaments out-
side of the major tour events."
Coffey said once the organ-
ising committee could provide
the necessary services like


Scotiabank National High School



Track & Field Champs next week


THE countdown is on for
the 2011 Scotiabank Nation-
al High School Track and
Field Championships it is
now eight days away from
these exciting and competi-
tive championships.
It is the largest assem-
blage of high school athletes.
of the year in any competi-
tion with over 1,200 athletes
from more than 45 schools.
The championships is all set
to start March 24 and end on
March 26.
Last year, records were
set by the following athletes:

Boys Under.-20
Nejmi Burnside of St


Andrews in the 400m hur-
dles 53.31sec
Girls Under-20
Devin Cartwright of
Queen's College in the 400m
hurdles 1:00.7
Boys Under-17
Stephen Newbold of St
John's College in the 400m -
49.37 sec

Boys Under-15
Lorman Johnson of AF
Adderley in the high jump -
1.85m

Girls Under-15
Dannielle Gibson of St '


Augustine's, tied Brittany
Munnings record in the high
jump 1.55m
Tamia Fernander of Cen-
tral Eleuthera in the javelin
- 25.13m
Brashae Wood of St
Augustine's in the discus -
28.28m
Queen's College's 4xl00m
relay 50.54sec
Based upon the competi-
tion so far this season, the
BAAA is expecting numer-
ous records to be broken
during the meet.
The deadline for the late
registration of schools is
Wednesday, March 17.


Tennis Tournament at the National Tennis Center.
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food, transportation and the
hotel accommodations for the
players, the Bahamas could
end up being one of the des-
tinations on the touring cal-
endar.
"Things are really coming


into place here," Coffey stat-
ed. "I don't know to what
extent the tournament has
been advertised, but once it's
on the calendar for future
years, it will continue to get
better."


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By STEPHEN WILSON
AP Sports Writer

LONDON (AP) Sebast-
ian Coe is predicting massive
demand when tickets go on
sale to mark the 500-day
countdown to next year's
Olympics, another milestone.
in the multi-billion-dollar pro-
ject that is changing the face
of east London. .
With a giant count4owfi
clock being unveiled Monday
night in Trafalgar Square,
Coe's Olympic organising
team is prepared for a heavy
crush when 6.6 million tick-
ets are put up for sale online
Tuesday for the 650 competi-
tion sessions across 26 sports.
"It's a big day.emotional-
ly," Coe said in an interview
with The Associated Press.
"It's a big day in reality of
course."
Coe said the ticket launch
marks the third biggest online
retail site in history after eBay
and Amazon. He said organ-
isers have worked hard to
prevent the system from
crashing.
"I think there'll be a mas-
sive interest," said Coe, a two-
time Olympic 1,500-meter
champion who heads the local
organising committee. "We've
done everything we can to
stress-test the system. I'm not
going to sit here and tell you
there will be no glitches. I
really hope not. This is not
without its challenges."
The tickets, ranging in price
from $32 to $3,215, are. being
sold through a single official
website. .
Organisers stress the tick-
ets are not-being sold on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Customers can apply for tick-
ets over a six-week period
ending April 26. Any over-
subscribed tickets will be dis-
tributed via a ballot or lottery
system. Tickets will be allo-
cated by. June 24.
"You want Madonna, you
want cup finals or Super
Bowls, you go first-come first-
served," Coe said. "Here, you .
stand no greater statistical
chance" of acquiring tickets
on the first day or last day,
More than 2.5 million peo-
ple have already registered
interest in buyingtickets..
The online process at ,
www.tickets.london2012.com
is available for residents of
the UK and 26 European
countries, with Visa the only
credit card accepted. Else-
where, including in the Unit-
ed States, the sales are han-
dled through national
Olympic committees.


By STEPHEN WILSON
AP Sports Writer

LONDON (AP) -US and
international Olympic officials
plan to go to the highest court
in sports over an anti-doping
rule that could prevent Amer-
ican runner LaShawn Merritt
from defending his 400-meter
title at the 2012 London
Games.
The International Olympic
Committee and US Olympic
Committee are nearing agree-
ment on jointly asking the
Court of Arbitration for Sport
for a definitive ruling on one
of the key elements of the'
IOC's anti-doping .pro-
gramme, officials with direct
knowledge of the situation
told The Associated Press.
The officials spoke on con-
dition of anonymity because
the discussions are still ongo-
ing.
Both sides want CAS to
make a ruling as early as pos-
sible to avoid last-minute con-
fusion and legal wrangling in
the months and weeks before
the Olympics start on July 27,
2012. The decision will be
closely watched as a test case
that could affect other ath-
letes.
At issue. is the IOC rule
that bars any athlete with a
doping suspension of at least
six months from competing in
the next Olympics. The rule


COUNTDOWN: The Olympic rings are unveiled at London's St Pancras International stationE
preparations for the London 2012 Olympic Games.


About one million tickets
will go. to non-European over-
seas buyers, with American
fans representing one of the
biggest blocs, Coe said.
Tickets for many sports
start at $32, while the top.


seats for the men's 100-meter
final will go for $1,200.'
. Coe said ticket sales are the
organising committee's "sin-
gle biggest financial depen-
dency," projected to raise
about $800 million in revenue.


Authorities'hav
to crack down on
or unauthorized.s
"You do want t
into the hands of
who really want
said. "You don't


was approved by the IOC in
2007 and went into force just
ahead of the 2008 Beijing
Games.
Critics claim, the rule
amounts to a second punish-
ment and doesn't withstand
legal scrutiny. The IOC says it
is not a sanction but an eligi-
bility issue, and the Olympic
body determines who can par-
ticipate in its event.
Merritt, winner of the 400
meters in Beijing and world
champion in 2009, received a
21-month suspension last year
after testing positive for a
banned substance found in a
male enhancement product.
His penalty was reduced
from the usual two-year sus-
pension because he cooper-
.ated with authorities and was
found to not have taken the
drug to enhance athletic per-
formance.
Merritt's ban expires in
July, meaning he can return to
international competition,
including possibly at the
world championships in
Daegu, South. Korea. How-
ever, Merritt would be ineli-
gible to compete in London
under the IOC rule.
The American Arbitration
Association panel that
banned Merritt contested the
IOC rule, saying it goes
against the World Anti-Dop-
ing Agency code and would
essentially extend his ban to


ANTI-DOPING RULE: US gold medallist LaShawn Merritt wins the
400m event at the IAAF World Athletics Final in Thessaloniki, Greece.
(AP Photo)


three years.
If Merritt were to qualify
for London at the US
Olympic trials next year, it
would leave the USOC and
IOC in a tricky position.
That's why the parties would
like to settle the case soon.


CAS secretary general
Matthieu Reeb said the court
had not yet received any
appeal or request for arbitra-
tion, but said it would make
sense for the issue to be
resolved there.
"Because this rule seems to


in the hands of people that
see them as something that's
tradable."
Coe spoke shortly before
the'steel countdown clock
began clicking down the days,
hours, minutes and seconds
to the opening ceremony on
July 27, 2012. The clock -
made by Olympic sponsor
Omega is 27 feet high, 16
feet long and weighs about 4
tons.
III "It will be a daily and
hourly reminder to everyone
who visits Trafalgar Square ...
that the greatest show on.
earth is soon coming to our
country," Coe said.
The countdown comes with
Olympic venues being co'm-
pleted on time and on bud-
get. The public sector budget
for construction of venues
.stands at $15 billion, with the
bulk spent on regenerating a
once disused industrial waste-
land in east London into a
vast complex of gleaming
venues that will be turned into..
a public park and neighbor-
hood after2012.
"Some of these venues are
.; going to come within our pos-
session pretty soon, so we
really have the Herculean job
of turning them into working
arenas for every client'group,""'
Coe said.
The ticket 'sales 'come
weeks after officials finalized
the takeover of the 80,000-
seat Olympic Stadium after
the games by West Ham foot-
ball club, which beat out Pre-
mier League rival Tottenham
after promising to, retain the
running track and keep the
Avenue .for athletics as .well as
football.
"I was very pleased," Coe
said. "For me this was never a '
shootout between two foot-
ball clubs. This was actually
"' about commitment I made
very publicly. I take serious
commitments I make publicly
r t:"'.* wto deliver .an Olympic legacy
'for that stadium. West Ham
most closely met that com-
mitment."
On the negative side, an
ugly financial dispute flared
into' the 'open last week
between the British Olympic
Association and Coe's orga-
as part of the nizing committee. '
The BOA submitted its
case to the Court of Arbitra-
(AP Photo) tion for Sport, claiming it
should receive a larger cut
ve promised than originally promised from
any illegal, any surplus left after the
sales. games.
o get tickets "It actually affects. noth-
the people ing," Coe said. "It doesn't
them," Coe affect the ability of Team GB
want them to perform."


be so difficult to apply for cer-
tain cases, I think it's much
better to have a ruling from
CAS way in advance of the
Olympic Games to avoid a
sort of quick decision three
weeks prior to the deadline
for the registration of ath-
letes," Reeb told the AP.
"So we have time to organ-
ise a proper procedure dur-
.ing the year and to have a
final ruling which would be
applicable to all athletes. I
.think many other athletes
could 'be concerned, not only
the US athlete. It would be a
good test case."
Also affected could be
American 'swimmer Jessica
Hardy, .who missed the 2008
Beijing Olympics after test-
ing positive for clenbuterol.
She was found to have
unknowingly taken the
banned agent in a contami-
.nated food supplement and
her two-year suspension was
reduced to one.
IOC vice president Thomas
Bach, who heads the IOC's
juridical commission, defend-
ed the rule at an executive
board meeting in January.
"We made it clear from the
very beginning that it is not a
sanction," Bach said. "It is a
condition of participation.
The IOC is governing the
Olympic Games and has the
right to put conditions for par-
ticipation."


Coe predicts huge demand





for Olympic tickets


automatic spots.
"I think they worked
hard, they have shown
their commitment," Bau-
mann said, "There was
never a doubt that they
would not be able to par-
ticipate at the Games."
FIBA also decided to
award the 2014 women's
world championships to
Turkey.


LYON, France (AP) -
The international basket-
ball federation cleared
Britain's men's and wom-
en's teams to compete in
the 2012 London
Olympics without qualify-
ing.
The world governing
body FIBA gave the teams
a special exemption at a
central board meeting
Sunday after receiving
guarantees that the host
will improve its long-term
basketball programme
after the games.'
"We are delighted that
FIBA has rightfully given'
both the men's and wom-
en's British basketball
teams the opportunity to
compete for Team GB in
front of an enthusiastic
home crowd at the Lon-
don 2012 Olympic
Games," said Andy Hunt,
the British team's chef de
mission.
Hunt added that FIBA's,
decision was a recognition
of the progress made by
British basketball in the
last five years and
expressed his hopes, that
both teams will secure
good performances at the
games.
Britain has lagged far
behind other European
countries in basketball but
its men's and women's
teams have both qualified
for their European cham-
pionships this year.
The British men's team
could feature Chicago
Bulls forward Luol Deng,
Ben Gordon of the
Detroit Pistons and former
NBA player Pops Men-
sah-Bonsu, who now plays
for Lyon-Villeurbane of
the French league. "Got
the great news wekwill be
playing (at) London 2012,"
Luol Deng said on his
Twitter account. "Can't
wait to play. in London.."
'At this year's Euros in
Lithuania, Britain will be
in a group including Spain,
Turkey, Poland and the
host country.
FIBA said its central
board voted 16-4 in favor
of Britain being included
in the Olympic lineup. But
it added that it "reiterated
the need for the federa-
tion to work toward prov-'
ing 'their commitment in
growing the game by fig-
uring out the best gover-
nance model going for-
ward."
FIBA secretary-general
Patrick Baumann told a
news conference that
Britain convinced the cen-
tral board of its competi-.
tiveness and provided a
solid legacy plan for the
sport in a country where
football, rugby and cricket
are the most popular
sports.
Britain should now
decide by June 30, 2012
-whether it will continue
representing England,
Scotland and Wales in the
future at international lev-
el. The British basketball
Federation has an excep-
tional status as an umbrel-
la organization of all the
three valid until 2012.
"They have to take.the
decision by 30 June 2012,
which gives them more
than a year to discuss what
is their best option, so
everything is in their
hands," Baumann said.
The latest NBA match-
es played in London earli-
er this month, which drew
thousands of fans at the
02 Arena in London, also
helped Britain's cause. But
Baumann acknowledged
it would have been impos-
sible not to grant the hosts


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Parsons, Donovan and Jones





honoured on AP All-SEC team


ATLANTA (AP) Chan-
dler Parsons arrived at Flori-
da expecting to go right to the
Final Four, maybe play one
season for the Gators before
heading off to stardom in the
NBA.
Turns out, his journey took
a little longer than expected,
But it all paid off Monday
when Parsons was picked as
player of the year on The
Associated Press All-South-
eastern Conference team.
Florida claimed another
award, as well. Billy Dono-
van was selected as coach of
the year for leading the
Gators to the regular-season
championship.
Kentucky freshman Ter-
rence Jones was chosen as the
top newcomer, beating out
teammate Brandon Knight.
Parsons, a 6-foot-10 senior
forward., was a unanimous
choice to the first team
despite ranking 24th in the
league in scoring and third
on-his own team at 11.5
points a game. That was a
tribute to his all-around game;
he ranks among the SEC's
-top 10 in five other categories.
rebounding (third at 7.8),
assists-to-turnover ratio (fifth
at 1.6), assists (seventh at 3.5),
.field-goal percentage (eighth
at .496), and 3-point percent-
age (10th at .381).
"Chandler's made- an
incredible jump mentally, an
incredible jump," Donovan
said. "As big of a jump as
Joakim Noah made as a play-
er, that is the jump that Chan-
dler has made going into the
games and understanding.
what he needs to do."
When Parson joined the
Gators in 2007 after their sec-
ond straight national title, he
expected things to carry on
just as they had before. he


arrived, with a team led by
Noah, Al Horford and Corey
Brewer.
The freshman certainly
expected big things from him-
self.
"I'm leaving after my fresh-
man year, NBA, All-Star, just
all that stuff," Donovan
recalled.
It didn't quite work out that
way. The Gators didn't even
make the NCAA field his first
two seasons, and Parsons
wound up staying four years.
"I think he would tell you,
'I thought it was going to be a
lot easier,'" Donovan said.
'"His mental approach from
his freshman year going into
his sophomore year, he could-
n't have been more poorly
prepared. What I mean by
that is just the way he was
talking, just what he thought
he could do, what he was
going to do. He had this
whole plan of how this year
was going to go for him. And
I think he really, really got
humbled after his sophomore
year."
After two straight NCAA
misses, Parsons began to real-
ize what was important -
team success, not individual
stats. The Gators claimed a
No. 2 seed in the upcoming
tournament.
"It took two years for the
bulb to go off," Donovan said.
"He was probably a guy that
was maybe a little bit more
wrapped up in his stats, and .
winning wasn't quite as
important. He was more con-
cerned about, 'What am I
doing?' points, rebounds,
assists, and missing out on
what winning can actually do
for you."
Vanderbilt's John jenkins,
a sophomore guard, also was
a unanimous choice to the


DRIVE THRU: Alabama's Chris Hines (left) and JaMyhal Green (right) i
Parson as he drives the lane in the second half of an NCAA college game
Alabama 78-51. Parson scored 19 points.


first team. He led the SEC in
scoring (19.5) and was the
league's mbst prolific 3-point
shooter. Rounding out the


elite five were Kentucky's
Jones, Alabama's JaMychal
Green and Chris Warren of
Mississippi. The 6-8 Jones was


son bolted for the NBA,
including 2010 SEC player of
the year John Wall.
Jones stepped right in, lead-
ing the league in rebounding
(8.9) and placing sixth in scor-
ing (16.5) for the Wildcats,
who won the SEC tourna-
ment Sunday with a 16-point
rout of Florida. He was part
of a lineup that included-two
other freshmen starters,
Knight and Doron Lamb.
"I think Brandon.could
have easily been the new-
comer of the year, but I am
honored and want to thank
everyone that voted for me,"
Jones said.
Knight also had an impres-
sive debut season, ranking
fourth' in scoring (17.5) and
third in assists (4.2).
."I'm so proud of both Ter-
rence and Brandon," coach
John Calipari said. "Like all
individual awards our guys
receive, it's really a reflection
of our team and how much
progress we have all made
this season. When you're'a
player's first program like we
are at Kentucky, you take a
great deal of pride in the
accomplishments of these
Young men."
Knight was a second-team
selection, joined by Georgia's
Trey Thompkins, Tennessee's
Scotty Hopson, Alabama's
Tony Mitchell and Florida's
Serving Walker.
Thompkins, who had an
injury plagued season, slipped
defend against Florida's Chandler to the second team after being
in Gainesville. No. 14 Florida beat a first-teamer-in 2010. War-
ren, on the other hand, moved
up after being a second-team-
(AP Photo) er last season. -
The 63rd annual AP All-
one of three freshmen starters SEC team was selected by a
at Kentucky, which quickly 12-member media ,panel rep-
rebuilt after three key fresh- resenting each of the confer-
men' from the previous sea- ence's nine states.


By The Associated Press


S-- w
HANDS UP: Phoenix Suns guard Aaron Brooks (right) attempts a shot over Orlando Magic ce
Howard in the third quarter of Sunday's game in Phoenix.


Magic 111, Suns 88
-g. PHOENIX (AP) -
Dwight-Howard had 26 points
and 15 rebounds, then
watched the fourth quarter
from the bench as the Orlan-
do Magic completed a 111-88
rout of the Suns on Sunday
fo'r their first victory in'
Phoenix in nine seasons.
With a hook shot over
Robin Lopez in the third
quarter,. Howard topped
.* 10,000 career points. Phoenix
S.* had been the only NBA city
J where he had not won.
1'. Aaron. Brooks, starting in
place of injured Steve Nash,
had-19 points and 10 assists,
but the Suns 'were blown out
at home for the second game
in a row.
Six other Magic players
reached double figures, led
by Brandon Bass with 17 and
Gilbert Arenas with. 16.
Orlando's regulars got plenty
of rest heading into Monday
night's game against the Lak-
ers in Los Angeles.
'Nash missed the game with
"pelvic instability." Coach
Alvin Gentry said his star
point guard probably also will
miss Monday night's game at
Houston.

Celtics 87, Bucks 56.
BOSTON (AP) Ray
Allen scored 17 points in just
three quarters, Paul Pierce
added 14 and Boston set a
franchise record for fewest
points allowed in the shot
clock era.
It was the lowest score
against the Celtics since they
beat the Milwaukee Hawks
62-57 at Providence, R.I., on
Feb. 27,1955.
Earl Barron was the only
player to score in double fig-
ures for the Bucks, finishing
with 10 points. Andrew Bogut
and Brandon Jennings led
Milwaukee's starters with
eight points apiece.

Pacers 106, Knicks 93
NEW YORK (AP)
Tyler Hansbrough scored a
career-high 29 points, Dahn-
tay Jones added 18 in place
f lof leading scorer Danny
r Granger, and Indiana
snapped a six-game losing
enter Dwight streak.
Darren Collison added 16
(AP Photo) points, and Roy Hibbert had


NBA CAPSULES

-12 points, eight rebounds and
five blocks for the Pacers in
the opener of a home-and-
home series.
Amare Stoudemire scored
28 points for the Knicks, Who
lost their second straight, and
Carmelo Anthony added 25
*but shot just 9 for 22.

Warriors 100,
Timberwolves 77
'OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)
Stephen Curry had 24
points and nine rebounds, and
Golden State ended Kevin
Love's consecutive double-
doubles streak at 53 games.
Monta Ellis and. Dorell
Wright added 16 points apiece
for the Warriors, who limit-,
ed Loye to only six points on
1-of-6 shooting, ending the
NBA's longest such streak
since Elvin Hayes had dou-
ble-doubles in 55 consecutive
games in 1973-74. Love had
12 rebounds.
Michael Beasley and
Martell Webster each had 16
points for Minnesota.

Thunder 95, Cavaliers 75
CLEVELAND (AP) -
Russell Westbrook scored 12
straight points during a 5-
minute stretch of the third
quarter to awaken his listless
Oklahoma City teammates.
Westbrook scored 14 of his
'20 points in the third, helping
' the Thunder open a 20-point
cushion. Kevin Durant, the
NBA's leading scorer, added
19 points nine below his
average as the Thunder
improved to 19-6 against
Eastern Conference teams.
.Daniel Gibson had 13
points and J.J. Hickson pulled
down 15 rebounds for Cleve-
land.

Bobcats 95, Raptors 90
TORONTO (AP) D.J.
Augustin scored 23 points and
Gerald Henderson had 18 to
help Charlotte snap a five-
game road losing streak.
Stephen Jackson and Boris
Didw added 15 points apiece
for the Bobcats, who have
won two straight after a sea-
son-high six-game slide.
. Andrea Bargnani had 17
points and Leandro Barbosa
added 15 for Toronto, which
has lost 11 of 15 and 24 of 29.


INJURED: Bulls forward Carlos
Boozer is injured in the second
half of a game against Charlotte
Bobcats. Chicago won 101-84.
(AP Photo)


DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP)
- Chicago Bulls forward
Carlos Boozer remains
day to day even though his
sprained left ankle contin-
ues to improve.
Boozer was still limping
slightly Monday and is not
sure when he'll be return.
The team's second-lead-
ing scorer and rebounder,
he has missed the past two
games after an awkward
landing during a flagrant
foul by Kwame Brown in a
win last week at Charlotte.
The Bulls host Washing-
ton on Tuesday before vis-
iting New Jersey and Indi-
ana on Thursday and Fri-
day.
Coach Tom Thibodeau
hopes to have him back
"within the week."
The Bulls have won 13
of 15 and trail Eastern
Conference leader Boston
by a half game. They've
played well without Booz-
er, with easy wins over
Atlanta and Utah.


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* Sudoku is a number-placing puzzle based on a 9x9 grid with
several given numbers. The object is to place the numbers
1 to 9 in the empty squares so the each row, each column
and each 3x3 box contains the same number only once.
The difficulty level of th"eConceptis Sudoku increases from
Monday to Sunday

8 _3



3 4 1

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Difficulty Level **


CRYPTIC PUZZLE


Across
1 Give old man weapons for
the final conflict (10)
8 Checked garments for
Scottish soldiers (5)
9 Overlook four in the smithy
(7)
10 He drinks to a steamship
vessel (7)
11 Follow directions and
engage in litigation (5).
12 Notes there are many in
short skirts (6)
14 The respect in which going
back meets the point (6)
17 Convicts once picked it but
not from choice (5).
19 Delivery from Ontario (7)
21 Regards foreign money as
a bad thing (7)
22 Bill free of bitterness? (5)
23 There are terms for this
(10)

Yesterday's Cryptic Solution
Across: 1. Elapse, 4 Brooch,
9 Harbour, 10 Nutty, 11 Run up,
12 Towrope, 13 Out of breath,
18 Uncover, 20 Dosed, 22 Finis,
23 New moon, 24 Waylay,
25 Adders.
Down: 1 Exhort, 2 Aaron,
3 Scorpio, 5 Renew, 6 Outpost,
'7 Hoyden, 8 Protuberant,
14 Uncanny, 15 Endowed,
16 Curfew, 17 Adonis, 19. Vesta,
21 Scope.


Down
2 Catches as one comes
drunkenly home (5,2)
3 Poe's a weird storyteller (5)
4 Spent two notes at the
charity do (6)
5 Cuts off some of the
beams? (7)
6 They are hit on the head
and slain perhaps (5)
7 Settled in a resolute way
(10)
8 Tribal symbols could be
temples too (5,5)
13 Something that flies holding
a large number it's big
(7)-
15 Witty saying has some U
point with animals (7) ;
16 Resign because of one's
self image? (6) [
18 Supporters of a proposal
(5)
20 Not all separate (5)

Yesterday's Easy Solution
Across: 1 Regime, 4 Lawful,
9 Maudlin, 10 Merit, 11 Sheer,
12 On trial, 13 Cut-and-dried,
18 Spinach, 20 Nerve, 22 Evoke,
23 Proffer, 24 Demote, 25 In debt.
Down: 1 Remiss, 2 Gauze,
3 Malaria, 5 Admit, 6 Furtive,
7 Lately, 8 In good shape,
14 Uniform, 15 Run-down,
16 Ascend, 17 Secret, 19 Avert,
21 Rifle.


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12 13 14 Is-


17 18 19 20


21 N- 22 -2


Across
1 Novice (10)
8 Final (5)
9 Mild (7)
10 To struggle (7)
11 To amount (3,2)
12 Arrive at (6)
14 Ostentatiously
showy (6)
17 Raise with tackle
(5)
19 Beaming with joy
(7)
21 After all that has
happened (4,3)
22 Become finally
(3,2)
23 Conform under
pressure (3,3,4)


N


Down
2 Apparent (7)
3 Niumeral (5)
4 Fraudulent scheme
(6)
5 As a whole (7)
6* Sound of walking
(5)
7 By stages (4,2,4)
8 Shabby (4,2,4)
13 Deeply felt (7)
15 A substitute (5-2)
16 An increase in size
(6)
18 Clumsy (5)
20 Reside (5)


The Target
uses
words in
the main
body of
Chambers
21st
Century
Dictionary
(1999

edition)


HOW many words of four
letters or more can you make
from the letters shown here? In
making a word, each letter may
be used once only. Each must
contain the centre letter and
there must be at least one
nine-letter word.
No plurals.
TODAY'S TARGET
Good 15; very good 23; excellent
31 (or more) Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION
appro damp dorp droop drop
dump pard pomp POMPADOUR
poop poor pour pram prod
prom promo propp proud puma
pump pupa ramp romp rump


Best described as a number crossword, the task In Kakuro is
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
top. No number may be used in the same block more than
once. The difficulty level of the Conceptis Kakuro increases
from Monday to Sunday.
-- F____' --


Reducing the Risk Factor


East dealer.
North-South vulnerable.
4 NORTH
K J 5
I1083
*764
*AQ92
WEST EAST
4103 498642
YKQJ 9 V754
*Q8 +KJ*532
4J 10865 4-
SOUTH
4AQ7
VA62
*A 10 9
4K743
The bidding:
East South West North
Pass 1 NT Pass 3 NT
Opening lead king of hearts.
A competent declarer always
hopes for the best but prepares for
,the worst. That is the backbone of
good play, and this case from a.
rubber-bridge game illustrates the
principle.
South was in three notrump, and
West started with the K-Q-J of
hearts, declarer taking his ace on the
third round. Without giving the mat-
ter much thought, South then led a
low club to the ace. When East
showed out, declarer could do no
better than collect his eight high-card
tricks and so finished down one.
While it is granted that South was
unlucky to run into a 5-0 club divi-


sion, the fact remains that had he
applied the principle stated above, he
would have made the contract.
South should haye recognized
that the ninth trick could come only
from the club suit, and also that there
was no advantage in initiating the
suit by leading'a low club to the ace
or queen. There was a chance, how-
ever, that he might gain a trick by *
playing the king of clubs first. Thus,
had South cashed the king initially,
he would-have had no trouble scor-
ing four club tricks and making three
notrump.
Declarer should start on the basis
that the contract will come home eas-
ily if the clubs are divided 3-2. His
next thought should be to prepare as
well as he can for a 5-0 or 4-1 split.
In doing so, South should con-
clude that if East has any holding of
four or five clubs, only three club
tricks can be made no matter how the
suit is attacked. South should then
focus all his thoughts on the possibil-
ity that West has the club length.
Once declarer reaches this point,
he should realize that by cashing the
king first, he can overcome the J-10-
x-x-x in West's hand, while the alter-
native low club lead has nothing to
gain and may cost him the contract.
It is true that in the great majority
of hands it- won't make any differ-
ence which club is led first, but from
the standpoint of good technique, the
king is clearly the right play.


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Real Madrid looks to end Champions League jinx


By STEVE DOUGLAS
AP Sports Writer

LONDON. (AP) Span-
ish giant Real Madrid looks
to end its Champions League
last-16 jinx when Lyon visits
the Santiago Bernabeu While
defending champion Inter
Milan will hope Bayern
Munich has peaked too early
ahead of their second leg in
Germany.
Madrid, a nine-time Euro-
pean champion, hasn't quali-
fied for the quarterfinals since
2004 but Jose Mourinho's side
is on course to halt that
unwanted streak on Wednes-
day after drawing 1-1 in Lyon
in the first leg.
Inter, the club Mourinho
led to Champions League glo-
ry last year, is in a much more
difficult position following a
1-0 loss to Bayern at home
three weeks ago.
Bayern, looking to com-
plete the job and gain revenge
for its 2-0 defeat to the Ital-
ians in the 2010 final in
Madrid, warmed up for Tues-
day's second leg by thrashing
Hamburger SV 6-0 on Satur-
day.
In the other two second-leg
matches in the. last 1,6 of
Europe's elite club competi-
tion, English sides Chelsea
and Manchester United will
fancy their chances of qualifi-
cation having done the hard
work away from home.
Chelsea leads 2-0 against
Danish team PC Copenhagen


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SPANISH GIANT: Real Madrid's Esteban Granero (left) vies for the
Figueires of Portugal (center) and Abel Aguilar Tapias (right) in a Span
Bernabeu stadium in Madrid Saturday.


from the first leg while Unit-
ed, which is still on course for
the triple trophy haul of Pre-
mier League, FA Cup and
Champions League, is level
at 0-0 against Marseille going
into the return match at Old
Trafford on Tuesday.
Madrid's home form has
been stellar this season the
team has won all 22 matches
at the Bernabeu but it-will
be wary having been knocked


out of the Champions League
last year by Lyon at this stage.
"On Wednesday, we are
going to have a difficult game
and we have to be at our
best," said Mourinho, who
also won the competition with
FC Porto in 2004. "Lyon is
very good and what happened
last year can help'them psy-
chologically.
"We can play 11 against 12
- and this 12th man is the


100 per cent,".Mourinho said
of his countryman.
In Ronaldo's 'recent.
absence, former Lyon striker
Karim Benzema has
impressed, scoring braces in
the last three league match-
es.
Lyon, a team with pedigree
in the Champions League
knockout stages, has lost just
once in the French league
since the end of September.
Inter, the last Serie A team
remaining in European com-
petition this season after
defeats for AC Milan and
Roma in the first knockout
round last week, is attempting
to salvage some Italian pride
when it travels to Bayern.
:'But Leonardo's side will be'
~running into a team which
found some welcome form on
Saturday, ending a run of two
straight defeats and a turbu-
ball with Hercules' Tiago Filipe lent period for outgoing coach
ish La Liga match at the Santiago "Louit was van aal.very important
reaction," said France winger
(APPhoto) Franck Ribery, a scorer
against Hamburg. "Six goals,
.Bernabeu." that's great and it's also very
Star forward Cristiano important for Tuesday's
Ronaldo has missed'the last game. But it's going to be a
two matches with a leg injury very dangerous game."
but the. Portugal international, Inter, which was poor at the
who is level with Barcelona's San Siro in the first leg, only
Lionel Messi on 27 goals in drew 1-1 at Brescia on Friday
the Spanish league, could to hinder its chances of
return for Madrid for the see-, caching Serie A leader Milan
ond leg., in the standings. .
"I hope he plays, but now Brazil center back Lucio
he is not 100 percent and I was injuredin that match and.
don't like players who are not is doubtful.


Fernando Torres, Chelsea's
record signing at 50 million
pounds ($80 million), will
look to get off the mark for
his new club following his Jan-
uary 31 signing fromLiver-
pool when the Blues host
Copenhagen. I
Chelsea should have no
problem advancing to the
quarterfinals but United may
be left to rue not scoring an
away goal at the Stade Velo-
drome in its first leg against
Marseille.
A 0-0 draw leaves the series
intriguingly poised but United
manager Alex Ferguson rest-
ed some key players in Sat-
urday's 2-0 win over Arsenal
.in the FA Cup quarterfinals
and the team is very strong at
home.
"We have been pretty
immense at Old Trafford all
season," said young center
back Chris Smalling, who is
again set to fill in for the
injured Rio Ferdinand along-
side Nemanja Vidic for the
Premier League leaders.
"So, while we were disap-
pointed not to get that away
goal we will approach our
task full of confidence."'
French champion Marseille
has a doubt over the fitness
of striker Andre-Pierre
Gignac (ankle).
Barcelona, Tottenham,
Schalke and Shakhtar Donet-
sk have already reached the
last eight, ahead of the draw
for the quarterfinals and semi-
finals in Nyon on Friday.


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Qualifier Watson upsets No.6 seed




Larsson, advances to 2nd round


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net
T he inaugural
Bahamas Ope.n
Women's Tennis
Tournament got underway at
the National Tennis Center
yesterday with one of the two
seeded players in action dur-
ing the day session advancing
to the second round.
In one of the upsets of. the
day, qualifier Heather Wat-
son continued her impressive
appearance in the tournament
by stunning number six seed
Johanna Larsson of Sweden
6-7 (8), 6-4, 6-4.
"It was tough. It's tough
when you play a player who
hits a heavy ball like she did,"
said Watson, who advanced
out of the qualifying round
after beating Grand Bahami-
an Larikah Russell in the first
round. ,
"I was having to really win
the point myself because
Johanna played a very good
match. But I came here to win
the tournament. So I'm'going
to play as hard as I can every
match."
/The other seeded player in
action during the day was
No.8 Magdalena Rybarikova
taking care of business with
a 7-6 (5), 6-3 win over Sabine
Lisicki of Germany.
Former No.18 player in the
world American Alexandria
Stevenson, daughter of bas-
ketball legend Julius 'Dr J'
Erving, was the first big name
to be eliminated after she fell
victim to Pauline Parmentier
of France.
Other early results on day
one of the main draw saw
Arantxa of the Netherlands
defeat American Jill Craybas
6-3, 6-4, Bulgaria's Anastasia
Yarimva def, Kisten Flipkens
of Belurus 6-4, 6-1, Ukraine's
Kateryna Bondarenko def.
China's Xinyun Han 6-0, 6-3


ADVANCES: Heather Watson yesterday upset Johanna Larsson of Sweden to advance to the 2nd round.


and Alberta Brianti of Italy
def. Russia's Ksenia Pervak
7-6 (4), 6-2.
For the majority of the
players interviewed following'
their matches, they were quite
thrilled to be in the Bahamas


and participating in the tour-
nament.
Anastasia Yarimova
"I think I was playing quite
consistent in the whole match.
I didn't make too many
unforced errors," she said


after her win over Kisten Flip-
kens. "I wasn't playing too
defensive and not too offen-
sive. I was just doing the right
thing, so it was good."
On the draw, Yarimova
stated: "The whole draw is


tough. It's right between Indi-
an Wells and Miami, so a lot
of the players who lost in the
first week are coming here,
so you could see that the top
eight seeded players are all in
the top 70 and the top seed is
No.14, so it's a tough field.
Every win here will be a very
good one."
On being here in the
Bahamas, Yarimova said: "I
expected a little more, but for
a first time tournament, they
are trying to do their best.
Hopefully, everything will
work out that isn't going well.
For me, as long as you're win-
ning, everything is going
well."
Yarimova is waiting on the
winner of the first round
match today against Bahami-
an resident Olga Savchuk of
Ukraine and No.7 seed Anas!-
tasia Rodionova of Australia.
Olga Savchuk
Having advanced out of the
qualifying round after beat-,
ing Grand Bahamian Simone
Pratt in the first round,
Suvchuk said she's looking
forward to playing in the main
draw.
"It's nice that they have
finally gotten a tournament
here, so I don't have to do so
much traveling." said
Suvchuk, who,resides in the
Cable Beach area. ,
"I feel like I'm really home."
I feel I'm fit and playing good.
I really want to do well and go
as far as I can in the tourna-
ment. I've known Yakimova
for a long time. She always
beat me, but I will do my best
tomorrow (today)."
Alberta Brianti
"It was tough. Tough. She
played very good. She didn't
miss. She was solid," said Bri-
anti after she disposed of Kse-
nia Pervak. "It was important.
not to make too many mis-
takes and not lose it mentally.,
I had to be strong."-
As she looks ahead to the


rest of the draw, Brianti point-
ed out that "it's very tough.
Step by step, I will seehow it
goes. One match at a time."
As for being. in- the
Bahamas, Brianti noted: "It's
nice, very nice place. I haven't
had much chance to see
around. I got here Wednes-
day night, but I was always
here practicing. But the view
of the beach from nmy hotel
room is nice."
Brianti, ranked at N6.99 in
the world, will play qualifier
Heather Watson of Great
Britain in the second round.
Magdalena Rybarikova
"The match was great
because Sabine'was a very
good player." said Rybariko-
Na after her win over Lisicki.
"She was a former top 20
player, but she was injured,
so I was very happy that I
pulled off this match."
Rybatikova, ranked at
No,73, will faqe Kateryna
Bondarenko in the second
round.
"She's a very good player.
I've never beafen her, so I
think it will be a very good
match too," she stated. "I just
hope to play m. best and beat
her."'
On being in the Bahamas.
she said the people and the
country is very nice, but there
are still some little things that
the organizers have to
improve on.
Kateryna Bondarenko
"It was great, but at the end
of the second set, it was diffi-
cult," said the No.113 ranked
player from Ukraine. "I am
just glad'that I won.":
Bonarenko said having
played Rybarik6va. three
times, she's confident that she
kn6ws what to-do on the
court.
"I like it," she said when
asked about being in the
Bahamas. "Yesterday we
went to the beach and it was
very nice."


ON THE COURT: International players take part in the Bahamas Open Women's Tennis Tournament at the National Tennis Center. The stage is set for what could turn out to be a great inaugural tourney. But
the only thing missing are the fans in the stands. The tournament's main draw, featuring 19 of the top 100 players in the world, got underway yesterday, but you could barely count the amount of people on
hand to view the high level of competition.


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BBF #860
2001 HONDA ACCORD
$6,500,
1995 NISSAN JEEP TERRANRO
$4,500
ph#393-1753/357-3941











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BBF #859
'010 HONDA CIVIC
$27,500
'08 DODGE AVENGER $18,500
ph# 393-1753 / 357-3941


BBF N853
SS FORD AEROMAX L9000,
A/C, Industrial truck, flat bed, 44,000 rear end 10
speed $17,500 ONO, also Dolly Four Wheel
asking $3,500 ph# 323-2566

BBF
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FORD RANGER TRUCK
fully loaded, A/C., C.D. player, power windows,
satelitte radio. Owner leaving island, must sell
asking $15,500.00 price negotiable.
Ph# 392-7934 or 565-4613


2004 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
, fully loaded, Just in frorn US, A/C, CD player,
leather interior, low mileage, great for
taxi/limousine service, light fender damage,
asking $7500 ONO 425-2713


BBF #856
2004 F150,
owner leaving island, blue exterior,4 dr, A/C, CD
player, sound system, DVD player, automatic,
power everything, 22"rims, chrome accessories,
tinted windows, excellent condition, must see to
appreciate 80,634 mileage, asking $16000 ONO
ph#393-2513/434-2144


3BF #870
2008 FORD FUSION,
must see to appreciate ph# 11,500 ONO
ph# 426-4565


BF #864
2004 HONDA ACCORD COUPE,
Just in from US, clean and running like new,
silver exterior, and black leather interior,
sunroof, immaculate condition, ice cold A/C,
great on gas, negotiable price asking $10500
ph#466-8461/392-0,01


1998 HYUNDAI ACCENT,
runs and drives, CD player, full tank, needs
minor work, asking $1200
ALSO
1998 EXPEDITION PARTS FOR SALE
ph#433-8373


TRIB #02
2000 LINCOLN LS V8
Black exterior. $5500.00 obo
Owner leaving Island. Needs fuel line
replacement
Serious inquiries only. Price negotiable.
Call 324-4613 or 426-2546


1313r Fu,
2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER,
38,000 miles, asking $9,000, leather upholstery,
Remote Start and windows r9ll up, Bluetooth, 10
disc CD Changer, USB Flash Drive, Aux output,
single CD Player, Mint Condition,
ph# 427-9661


2000 HONDA ACCORD
V6 Blue exterior with blue interior.
Car in very new condition. American model.
Fo r more info
call 326-3001 or 424-0636


2007 HYUNDAI AZERA
Like New, 10,000 miles, 4 dr, 5 passenger,
luxury sedan, Chrome trims, equip with XM
Satellite radio, leather seats, five speed
automatic transmission, PS, PB, PW, A/C,
Sunroof, 3.3L V6 Engine, $24,900.00 ONO
ph# 242-363-0502/242-363-0433


BBF f846
2000 TOYOTA BB,
black ext, black int, 1.5 vvti Motor, New TRD
Suspension, Greddy turbo kit, 16' rims, asking
$7,500 ph# 454-6553 / 454-3911


2005 Cadillac CTS
Super Sale!!! Expat left island
ONLY $8999.99(no-haggle price) Buy it Today!
Auto Doors / Windows/A/C/Automatic
Transmission/Leather Seats/Emergency
Phone/Remote / Satellite Radio
ready/Sunroof/Airbags/CD player/Radio
/ABS/full of extras
call 424-9495


2006 ACCORD,
black exterior, excellent condition, A/C, sunroof,
6 disc CD player pwr everything, factory alarm,
automatic, low mileage asking $12,000 ALSO
1997 Honda Accord, needs paint job, new parts
included asking $4000
ph#454-4647


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2005 NISSAN MAXIMA
silver, clean in and out, fully loaded leather
interior, moon roof, under 50,000 miles. Need
little work. Asking 8,000 ono.Serious inquiries
only Owner leaving the island.
Call 636-0683 or 3265267


NEW GENERATION LEXUS IS350..
.push button start, Clean title, Car Phone,
navigation, backup cam, voice command, rain
sensor wipers, low mileage, driver recognize
sensor & more asking $34,000 ONO


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2008 HONDA CIVIC
Navy blue exterior with grey interior
$18,000 oboe.
Like new, in excellent condition, AC, power
windows and doors, CD player, 4 door,
automatic.
Call 466-8292 or 676-7079


2004 HONDA ACORD EX/COUPE
Black exterior with black/leather interior.
Clean title, sunroof, 6 CD changer. $13,500.00
ALSO
2005 HONDA ACCORD LX
$13,500.00. Special financing for government &
hotel workers.
Call 322-8759 or 434-8001


2001 HONDA CIVIC
Plum exterior with beige interior. Power
everything, alarm, excellent condition, new spray
job,AM/FM cassette, CD player ready.
Must see to appreciate. Serious only
$7,500.00 ono
Call 636-1602 cell 436-3787


HONDA CIVIC-SILVER
-or every day executive or one who loves a new
Honda. Immaculate top notch shape
not a scratch Milage about 3000
miles only.
Asking $10,500.00 or nearest offer.
Phone 2250642 or 1-242-3571072


2005 HONDA ACCORD
Red exterior with dark grey/leather interior.
Fully loaded, EX, V6, 3.0, sunroof,
power seats. $11,000.00
Call 376-3005


MUST SELL,
2003 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 3.1 L V6,
was $12,500.00 now $9,800.00
everything working call asap,
3260332,4220122
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BBF #881
2010 DODGE RAM,
fully loaded, Price: $48,000 ONO, Mileage:
8,370, Body Style: Truck, Exterior Color: Red,
Interior Color: Grey, Engine: 5.7 v8 HEMI,
Transmission: Automatic, Drive Type: 402 wheel
drive, Doors: Four Door,
ph# 324-6354/376-8600


BBF #883
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
fully loaded, clean in and out, fully powered,
4 cylinder, $10,5000 ONO
565-6161/322-2192


2005 ISUZU ASCENDER JEEP
4 door, leather interior, 6 cylinder, 4.2 litre
$18,500.00
2008 NISSAN SENTRA
4 cylinder, 2.0 litre. $17,000.00
Call 525-6268


IB #067
1997 MERCEDES BENZ C-200
Grey exterior with black. $6,000.00
Cleans in and out, runs like a dream.
Call 341-6201 cell 565-7193 or 425-1383


FRIB #033
2003 VOLKSWAGEN
Blue exterior with black/leather interior.
Fully built motor, adjustable coilcovers, 18" oz
rims, power everything. Very quick and
responsive, 55,000 miles.
376-2449


TRIB #068
2000 FORD EXPLORER
Blue exterior, blue interior. $$3,250.00 ono
Air condition, power windows, CD player,
automatic, good condition, alloy rims.
Call 323-4792 or 376-9798


2008 CHEVY COBALT
Silver exterior with grey interior
$7,500.00 ono
Runs well but needs some work. Must.sell
(wk) 322-4292/3 cell 544-6966


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BBF #884
2004 HONDA ACCORD COUPE EX,
Black Exterior, black leather interior, Pwr
Windows and doors, seat warmers factory rims,
6 Disc CD Changer, CD Player, HIDS, asking
$11,500 ALSO 1994 Honda Ascot
asking $3000 ONO ph#432-9323

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TRIB #092
2008 HONDA RIDGELINE FRIB #04
Silver exterior, black intenor, factory remote '
start & keyless entry, alarm, chrome alloy
wheels, AC, CD player, 6 disc changer, roof rack Custon
and factory running boards, low miles.
Just serviced. Asking $31,500.00 ono 432-2772


TRIB #048
1970 CHEVROLET C-10 PICKUP
Chevy 350 V8, 700R4 Trans.
Grey Exterior/black interior
15"x10" American Racing Rims
394-8477/427-7711
Asking $10,000 obo
SERIOUS OFFERS ONLY!



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2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold exterior with tan interior
$6,500.00 ono. Leather interior, sunroof, power
everything, CD player, excellent condition.
356-6820 or 436-7643


TRIB #061
2007 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Dark grey, grey interior.
4 cylinder, 22"'.nms, HID lights, fog lights, very
clean in and out. Must see to appreciate
Price $13,800.00 ono
Call 327-5251 or 448-4361


TRIB #104
FOR SALE BY OWNER


TRIB #084
2007 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with black interior
$16,500.00
Clean title, reliable, affordable, 20" rims, sunroof.
'Price negotiable.
Cell 565-1387


2008 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with tan interior. $25,000.00 ono
Clean title, fully loaded, SR/AC, 6 disc CD
changer, low mileage, XM radio
1999 HONDA ACCORD. $5,500.00
Call 364-3691, 557-1205


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RIB #106
1996 NISSAN SKYLINE
Silver exterior. $7,800.00
Car is in very good condition, turbo very fast,
Hks blowoff value and other upgrades. -
Fast sale.
Call 324-5505


RIB #133
2004 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
Blacke exterior with grey & black interior
$8,000.00 ono
Good condition, clean title, tinted, automatic
(car faxed available) Serious inquiries only.
Cell 468-6653


1975 CORVETTE STINGRAY
in excellent condition, automatic V8 engine, a/c,
power steering, power windows, leather seats,
T-Top, stripe, tilt
steering wheel; silver with blue stripe.
$25,000.00 O.B.O.
Ph: 393-0649


2007 HONDA ACCORD
Dark grey exterior with grey/leather seats interior
$16,500,00. 22k miles, excellent condition' with
6 CD changer with original rims(brand new tires,
battery and brakes)
Call 361-6049(h) or 429-3868(c)


TRIB #144
1998 HONDA ACCORD
2 door, standard shift, power steering, power
windows, sound system, sunroof, alarm system.
$5,800.00 non negotiable
Serious inqious only.
Call 544-4413


GMC 2500 DIESEL TRUCK(98)
Very solid vehicle, looks and runs great.
powerful truck, AC, auto. $7,500.00 ono
Ph: 477-3772(days) 341-4104)eve)


TRIB #066
1996 TOYOTA ARISTO
$5,500.00 ono
Clean title, in excellent condition AC, CD player.
Serviced on time.
Cell 525-2232


2005 HONDA CIVIC
Silver Exterior, Grey Interior
Fully Loaded, AC, CD.Player, 4 New Tires,
Full Size Spare, Excellent Condition,
One Owner
$13,000 ONO
376-2718


rRIB #207
2002 PT CRUISER CHRYSLER
Blue exterior with tan interior
$6,900.00 ono
A super sweet ride. clean in and out, leather anc
suede interior, sunroof, CD player, AC.
Cell 465-0469








TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011, PAGE 7


TRIB #119
2001 HONDA CIVIC
Asking $7,000.00
Call 422-0105
Call 422-0105


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2001 CHRYSLER VOYAGER
$7,500
2001 FORD ESCORT $4,500
PH: 376-5949


2000 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO
Black/red stripes black/leather interior
$3,500.00 ono
boss rims. Owner leaving the Island in a hurry
This is the deal of a life time.
Call 395-6097 after 3pm


1998 ISUZU TROOPER
$5,000.00
Trooper needs minor work to
transmission. Price negotiable. 434-4114


TRIB #286
2010 KIA CERATO KOUP
Red exterior with black interior.
$23,950.00 ono
Like new condition with a deck lid spoiler and
custom LED headlights.
Serious inquiries only. Call 436-0704 afetr 5pm








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TRIB #290
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Royal Blue
Excellent Condition
Asking $4,800.00
Serious Inquiries Only
Ph: 324-9739 / 433-5339


1983 INTERNATIONAL
Licensed and insured, ready to work now
$18,000.00
Or two dumptruck for $20,000.00
Cell 466-7698


TRIB #315
2007 FORD F150
Red exterior with tan interior. $25,000.00
Just like new customized grill, brand new
remote control CD player, less than 38,000
miles. Quiet and soft ride, AC, power windows &
locks, v6 engine. 466-5470,422-2702,362-2435


FRIB #318
2001 FORD EXPEDITION, BLACK
22'rims, fully chromed out, AC, DVD screen,
Runs great. $9,000 ono
Cell 454-2196 or 467-0981


1995 ACURA INTEGRA
RED/BLACK 2Dr. Sunroof, Rear Spoiler 5-
Speed VTEC Dual Over Head Cam.
Licence until Dec.11 $3,000.00 OBO
Call 376-7958 or 357-9966









RIB #201
"05 COLORADO
HID& frog lights, flow master, K&N intake, new
tires, leather seats,7"
touch screen system, fiber glass speaker bin,
alarm and bed cover.
Silver ext, black and red interior.
Asking $15,000 ONO
Antonio 361-6489/363-7543/424-6809"


TRIB #210
1993 LEXUS LS 400
Tan exterior with gold/brown interior
$3,500.00 ono
In good condition, Ac cold
Call 323-0146 cell 425-3534


2006 HONDA ACCORD
Dark blue exterior with grey/leather interior,
rims, very clean. $5,800.00
2008 DODGE DURANGO
3rd row seats, clean title, financing available to
all government & hotel workers. $8,600.00
Call 433-9434


TRIB #280
2002 HONDA CIVIC
Black exterior with black/leather interior, lambo
doors, brand new tires, fully serviced,
flip out DVD. Clean in & out
system. $6900.00.obo
No good offer refused, standard shift.
Call 361-2688 or 448-4620








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YAMAHA GOLF CARS.
Gas and electric available. NEW 2 person cars
starting at $7,270. Choose your personal
options and let us customize one for you today.
4, 6 and 8 passenger models available.
Call 393-0262


2009 FORD RANGER
White exterior with black/grey interior. One
owner, still under warranty, 10,000 miles.
serviced regularly at Friendly Ford, alarm, tints,
DVD player, sound system, high/low hids.
Owner leaving Island for school
$23,500 ono
393-1309 cell 357-7001


1998 DODGE NEON.
$2,300 ONO
In good condition. Owner leaving Island.
Cell 466-6229


RIB n335
2005 MERCEDES 555 AMG
Silver exterior with black interior. Fully loaded,
sunroof, 60,000 miles. Only one of its iknd on
the Island. $55,000 ono
Call 376-4469


2002 HONDA CIVIC
Black exterior with black/leather interior, lambo
doors, brand new tires, fully serviced,
flip out DVD. Clean in & out
system. $6900.00.obo
No good offer refused, standard shift.
Call 361-2688 or 448-4620


2008 DODGE CHARGER
Black exterior with grey interior.
$22,000.00
Excellent condition. Serious inquiries only
tints, CD player, v6 engine. Trade offers are
welcomed. Bank approved. Call 431-4459


TRIB #284
1999 HONDA PRELUDE
AC, sunroof, leather interior, new paint,
automatic, H22, dohc vtec motor, RHD.
Great condition. $3,800
1995 HONDA PRELUDE,
Stick shift, H22 motor, sunroof,. fully loaded and
modified, a real hot car. $3,500. 376-9126


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1996 "BEAUTIFUL WHITE" FORD RANGER
Clean title $4,300 O.N.O.

1995 SINGLE CAB DODGE DAKOTA
Needs power steering pump $2300 O.N.O"
324-8445 392-5364


TRIB #295
1997 HONDA CIVIC HATCH BACK
Green exterior. $2500 ono
Good condition, runs well. Good on gas
Call 364-9089 cell 535-6409 or 393-5066


TRIB #301
2000 HONDA ACCORD EX
Burgundy exterior, beige interior. Fully loaded,
AC, power windows, power steering, CD.
Special Edition $5,500.00 ono
Call 361-2111 or 4774-335


TRIB #306
1996 CHEVY IMPALA SS
Black exterior with red & grey interior AC,
custom interior, v8-5.71, air intake, hot rod
$6,700, $7500.00 with music
Call 393-4011 or 524-3356


2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold exterior with tan interior. $4,800.00
Car runs good, need. hood, CD player.
Call 525-7184


2009 HONDA CIVIC
Grey exterior with grey interior. $18,500.00
Immaculate condition, 4 door, low miles, power
everything, 20" rims or factory wheels.
Comprehensive Insurance and bank financing
available. Call 535-5635,425-0987 or 393-8978


1997 CHEVY MALIBU
White exterior, tan interior. $2,600.00
Clean in/out, 18" rims, runs well, AM/FM radio
Must see. No reasonable offer will be refuse.
Cell 467-0618


1997 FORD EXPEDITION
White exterior with light brown interior.
Power window/CD/4 WD excellent condition
$5,500.00ono
2003 CHEVY CAVALIER PARTS FOR SALE
(Eco tech engine) 2.2.
Cell 466-0394


2006 FORD FUSION
Gold exterior with buff leather interior
$15,000.00 ono. 6 disc CD player, AC, power
seats, low mileage. Excellent condition.
$15,000.00.
Call 364-7237 after 6


1998 HONDA ACCORD
Grey interior with grey interior.
$5,900.00 negotiable
All controls working, AC cold automatic,
Excellent condition. Call anytime to view. 558-
9963 cell 425-2942


1994 FORD L7000 White
$15,000 ono. Box truck, diesel, excellent
condition, loads from the side and thd rear
standard shift. $15,000 ono
Call 242-427-9044


2001-2003 CHEVY IMPALA
DODGE NEON
USED PARTS FOR SALE.
2002 FORD FOCUS
4 door. $5,000ono.
Call: 356-0067 or 636-6171


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TRIB #339
2006 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black exterior/ interior, Special'Edition,
Sun roof, Bose Stereo,
Drive train, paint & interior in premium
condition, only $14,000 OBO
Vehicle in Abaco, can be shipped if required.
Contact 242 367-0670 or 242 367-3470


Call 428-2510 or 455-0507


2007 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black exterior with grey interior. $12,000
Excellent condition, AC, CE player.
Cell 432-7006 or 357-4674


2003 INFINITI G35 COUPE
Dark grey exterior with tan interior. Excellent
condition, six manual, fully loaded, DVD and
sound system btembo brake system, HID lights.
Willing to trade for a vehicle and cash
$12,000 obo. Cell 456-9616 or 455-0273


1998 FORD F-150
Green exterior with grey interior.
Asking $4,500.00 obo. Very good running
condition, extended cab, AC,
grey interior.
Call 361-4480 or 456-1524


White exterior. Just in from Florida
Clean inside & out. Automaitic sliding doors,
dual air conditioning, CD, 7seats.
$7,500 Must sell.
Call 364-7450 or 448-7947.


I 11356
2003 CHEVY SIERRA
Brown exterior with black interior.
$7,800.00
Truck in good condition, long bed, AC,
90,000 miles ,v8-4.8 engine
Call 392,5714 or 357-4182


1996 GMC JIMMY
Beige exterior with beige interior. $2,850.00
Very clean, AC cold
Call 326-8214 cell 468-3931


2005 HONDA ODYSSEY E-XL
$24,900,
Purchased from NMC.
Call Ben @ Bahamas Bus & Truck
322 -1722.. Fully Loaded
Under 50k Miles, Good Condition.










rRIB #364
1992 CHEVY CAMARO
White exterior with red interior. $1500.00
Carburated engine, car runs very strong
carburetor recently sealed and inspected.
Cell 393-3260 cell 525-9760


2002 CHEVY SILVERADO XTD CAB
22"rims, alarm, HID's, MP3,fiberglass bedcover
custom grill; 2006 front end, flareside,
fully auto, A/C, bucket seats, very clean. Runs
ands looks great just serviced Must Seell!
$13,000. Serious Enquires ONLY. 324-6922


TRIB #397
2002 NISSAN BLUEBIRD
Beige exterior with light brown/beige interior
$7,000.00 ono
1999 TOYOTA WINDOM
Two-tone silver, low mileage. $6,000 ono
Excellent condition, Japanese made, just like
brand new. Best prices. Others available.
Call 361-5773 433-8182 or 32-55981

TRIB
#400









2001 JAGUAR S TYPE
Grey exterior with tan interior. $16,000.00 obo
Excellent condition.Serious inquiries only,
must sell. Owner leaving island.
Never driven in the Bahamas, clean title.
Call 325-1065 or 423-4423 502-3023(wk)


2005 INFINITI 635
Pearl white with tan leather interior.
Many upgrades. $18,000.00
very clean Call for details. 394-4114
or 544-1905


rRIB #340
2006 JEEP LIBERTY
Cherry red exterior with grey interior, 50K miles,
clean, sunroof, chrome package
.price $$16,500 or best cash offer
No reasonable offer will be refused.
Call 393-9355


2000 HONDA ACORD
Champagne, tan-leather interior, alarm
& engine kill switch installed, tints, & recently
serviced, RHD hand drive, minor scratch on
bumper, cold AC,
pioneer sound system included, runs well.
$4,500.00.
364-4329,467-4799,477-2812


2007 GRAND VITARA SUZUKI JEEP
Black exterior Grey Interior
Price:$18,000.00 [Price Is Negotiable]
In good conditionAll new tires
Serviced regularly
Minor scrapes & one dent on bumper
to be fixed. Call 362-0357 or 556-3106


JUST IN
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
LH drive, blue exterior; 4 cylinder, lic &
inspected to 2012. Very clean, runs smooth
$6,799 ono
Call 361-7171 or 434-4182


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rRIB #396
1999 HONDA ACCORD LX
Silver exterior with blue interior, 4 door, AC
Power, like new. Asking $5,800.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205


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rRIB #372
1990 FORD L-7000 16ft DUMP
$7,500.ono. Need a little TLC
1983 MACK DM 690 20 YARD DUMP -
$14,700 ono
or take the 2 for $20,000.00
Call 327-6746 or 357-5760






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FRIB #387
2007 HONDA ACCORD
Blue exterior with grey interior. Clean title.
Low mileage, 6 disc CD changer. $17,000.00
Cell 544-1373


2003 CHEVORLET TRAIL BLAZER
Black exterior with trail grey AC, power
windows CD player, glass tinted, rims
Cell 556-0237


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TRIB #416
2005 VOLVO XC-90,
Luxurious Leather Int.DVD, SEATS 8 $24,999
Call: 324-7557 (e) 393-6286 (d)


2003 FORD EXPEDITION
Gray exterior gray interior
Excellent condition
Asking 14,500.00 ono
Ph:424-0005 302-7149


1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
White exterior with grey interior. $4,000.00
18" rims clean look.
Call 364-6031 or 433-2426


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TRIB #420
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. $12,500.00 ono
468-9711


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2007 FORD FOCUS SEDAN SES
Grey exterior," grey interior, 2.31,
4-cylinder, cold AC, tinted, 41 k miles,
recently serviced, factory radio & alarm,
$9,000.00
Cell:457-3100


2003 HONDA ACCORD
4 door, leather seats, AC, sunroof, in good
condition. Asking $7,800.00 ono
Contact 432-6011








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TRIB #529
2004 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior with tan interior
Clean and well maintained. Good title, ready for
comprehensive. $8,500.00
Call for price. 426-6769


rRIB #416- A
1994 ROLLS ROYCE SILVER SPUR
11 Less than 20K miles pure luxury $49,999
Call: 324-7557 (e) 393-6286 (d)


rRIB #969
2005 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Dark blue exterior with grey interior
$17,500.00
4 door, power locks, power windows..
Excellent condition, AC, CD player.
Just like new. Cell 557-2234 or 422-4386










FRIB 131
2001 TOYOTA CELICA GT
Metallic silver exterior with black/grey interior
$8,500.00
Excellent condition. $8,500.00
Call 424-1349


1998 TOYOTA HARRIER
(Lexus RX 300),
White, 160k miles, A/C, 6 CD changer,all
electric,alloys, absolut excellent cond, Expat
leaving island, $7,700
Call 3631163/3954905


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FRIB #321
02-03 NISSAN SENTRA
Black exterior/grey interior. HID head & fog
lights, 2 12" speakers flip out DVD player & 14"
roof mount screen, 18" chrome rims, fresh paint
job, recently serviced. $7,500 ono
341-8652/565-2282


1998 NISSAN SUNNY
$3,500.00
Never fails to start, serviced on time by dealer
Power everything, AC, CD, alarm, tints.
Excellent deal! Call 422-0400


TRIB #441
1999 VOLKS WAGON NEW BEETLE
Silver exterior. $5,000.00 ono Sold as is.
Call 341-7937 cell 565-6587 or 323-5171


TRIB #927

2004 DODGE RAM 1500
White extenor with black
: interior

Excellent work or leisure

Recently serviced and painted.
$15,000.00 ono
Make an ofiler.
Call 454-6850 or 535-1669
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TRIB #893
2003 TOYOTA VITZ,
5 door, Navy, 50k Miles, CD, A/C, Elec, in
absolutely perfect condition, Expat leaving
island, $7,700
SCall 3631163/3954905









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2002 HONDA ACCORD
Pearl white exterior, tan interior. $6,900.00
4 door, clean in and out, leather, sunroof, HID
lights, indash DVD screens, AC super cold,
engine runs like its off and excellent on gas.
Cell 455-4083


STERLING DAY CAB.

Engine brakes, cummins N14

landem axlex

$35.000 obo.
Cell 242-434-42305


i 2003 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
V6, extended cab black ext.arn
ini.cd ac
24 rmis cleane Truck. gor.dc i hie,
Excellenl :ordlrion $12,500 ono.:
#454-5219


rRIB #433
BRAND NEW- 2003-2007 HONDA ACCORD,
Left back door for sale. $450.00 ono
RADIATOR SUPPORT For 2 door coupe Honda
Accord 2009. $200 ono.
Cell 525-3582


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2000 HONDA CIVIC
2001 FRONT END PARTS
Hood, bumper cover, head lights, etc
Cell 357-4399













BBF #862
1979 19 FOOT FISHING BOAT,
225 HP. Evinrude, with 2006 engine, engine
only used for 1 cost $12000 year.
Asking $7500 ONO
ph#359-2954/324-7023


TRIB #439
2005 FORD TAURUS
white ext/tan int 4 dr ac,cd cruise control,alarm
power windows-locks low miles
Excellent condition. $5,900 ono
#454-5219


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rRIB n069
1999 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior, grey & black interior.
Runs great, nc problems, super on gas,
AC cold, no reasonable offer refused.
$3,800.00 ona
Call 455-7909 or 428-4474


1994 HONDA PRELUDE SPORT
Auto, black inside & out, very clean & in great
running condition, cold AC, pwr package
Also 1995 PRELUDE
Stick shift, v-tec, H22 motor, fair condition, a fast
car for only $2700. Ph: 376-9126


CRIB #018


60 mph plus, includes new trailer $4,500.00
2001 YAMAHA XL 1200 ..E.
Maroone/black, limited low hours, new battery,

Also YAMAHA WAVE RUNNER XL
700/1100 skitrailer included $2700.
376-9126


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2006 25FT SEAFOX W/ 1-225HP
FOURSTROKE MOTOR,
new wiring,garmin gps,live well,great on
fuel,perfect fishing or pleasure boat, a must see,
call 422-3150


1BF #865
2004 YAMAHA FX 110 WAVERUNNER,
60mph, 3 seater, red & black, four stroke, fuel
injected w/trailer, cover, 3 life vests, asking
$5,000 OBO, Call: 395-1612


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1987 41 FT. VIKING TURN KEY.
2 coats bottom paint 2011
2 new marine AC unit 8.5 generator, ice
machine. Price reduced from $165k to $125k To
view call 457-0852 or 424-1886 or 535-4003.


"SEA DOO
4 Stroke Watercrafts starting at $8,995.00.
Come on down and check out the AWESOME
NEW iS model. The first watercraft with a
BRAKE....and an astonishing 260HP.
Contact Loran at 393-7873"


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1988 77FT SAILING YACHT
2010 complete refit,
Located: Nassau
Email for more information
brussell@iyc.com


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TRIB #238E
1994 110FT BROWARD
georgous, new engines, generators,
decorator interior w/italian onyx counter tops,
excellent charter revenue.
Will consider trades for real estate, jets, smaller
yachts plus cash.
Asking: $1,795,000.00
Located: Ftlauderdale
E-mail: brussell@iyc.com


BOAT FOR SALE
2009 INTREPID 310 WALK-AROUND/ 3111
W/ TWIN 250HP FOUR STK, ONLY 189 HOURS,
FURUNO GPS, AUTO PILOT, RADAR ETC. LOADED.
EXCELLENT COND. PROFESSIONALLY
MAINTAINED.
SERIOUS ENQUIRES ONLY.
ASKING $179,000
MAKE AN OFFER -CALL 424-6551


rRIB #272
2004 SEA RAY 240 SUNDECK
Green & white $35,000.obo The hotest thing
under the sun! Enormous bow area, includes
everything you need for family boating. Bimini
Enclosed head. New trailer.
Bahamas registered. 242-376-3399


TRIB #205
PROLINE 251 WALKAROUND WITH TWIN
150HP JOHNSONS
2 berth Cabin with fridge & Microwave,
separate Toilet
Good condition, low hours with lots extras
Reduced for quick sale $28,500
Call 3278866 or 4224272
orjimwattjw@hotmail.com


'RIB #238B
1997 52FT DAVIS BOATWORKS
Perfect for the Sportsfishermen
Owner motivated, $375,000.00
Located: Ftlauderdale
e-mail for more information
brussell@iyc.com










rRIB #238C
2001 58FT SEARAY
Great Condition
Owner Must Sell,$460,000.00
Located: Ftlauderdale
E-mail for more information
brussell@iyc.com
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NEW2010YAMAHA
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 for pricing at 393-0262.


NOW IN STOCK:
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.


25' HYDRA-SPORTS CC
W 2x250 Yamaha's 10" furuno GPS, T-top,
Beautiful condition, many extras,, trailer
included, must see $229k onho
Other boats available.
Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187


1998 30'CONDO OPEN FISHERMAN
Sport fishing boat for sale with 2 mercury-
engines. 225HP. White & blue/white.
Asking $23,000.0(0 no
436-16441for more info


--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 5212
Corey 1 242-333 4571 or Ronnie Pinder
1 242-557-7847


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


TRIB #331
23'2004 S, OX
2005 boat trailer, top 'on, 254 hours.
on boat & ne
Owning leaving Island, Must sell, make a good
offer, will sell. $32,000 ono. Chest at 433-9557
or 392-4673


2001 38FT INTREPID
Triple 275 Verado Fourstrokes
Very low hours,Great condition
Located: Nassau
Owner motivated: $180,000.00
e-mail for more information
brussell@iyc.com


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20' SPANISH
WELLS MADE
FISHING BOAT
FOR SALE.
In mint condition-
fiberglass hull,
Center console,
Bimini top, 150 HP
Yamaha engine.
New 1 HP electric
winch. New garmin
GPS. VHF radio.
Only serious
inquires
phone. 431-5094


NEW BOAT LIFT, FOR SALE,
12,000 lb,(4)piling Top Mount Cradle Lift,
Custom,Hefty Hoist Drive Unit, stainless Steel
Cables, Adjustable Guide Post, Weight Pipes,
PVC Guide Post, Aluminum Cradle, Aluminum
Bunk Brackets, Carpeted Bunk Boards,
$6,550.00 ph#363-0433/363-0502


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TRIB #402
1973 28 BERTRAM FLY BRIDGE CRUISER
Twin 1996, 350 crusader engines, A/C, Sleeps
4,Tinted windows, Refrigerator,Sink, toilet
Well kept,Very clean,Fresh water tank
27 gallons, Radio CD and Aux In Remote spot
light.speed 27Knots. Make an offer
Reduced $20,000 obo
1(242)359-1320


EVINRUDE E-TEC
MOTORS.
25HP-300Hp.
Cash specials on all
motors.
Contact us at 393-7873.


console 200 Yamaha HPDI, All in good
condition VHF, CD Player, New Bimini Top, live
well, out riggers, great fishing or watersports
boat, asking $10,000 firm
ph# 535-1911













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


KAWASAKI KLR 650,
Custom paint steel braided brake lines with over
size rotor, jardine pipe, newish tires,
excellent condition, many mods. $3,999
2007 HONDA CBR 1000. Chrome rims, new
tires, recent service. $4500. ph 376-9126

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NEW YAMAHA "CRYPTON" SCOOTER
105cc four stroke engine.
Extremely fuel efficient.
Available in blue or red.
Ride all week and use only $3 gas!!!
Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to
$1,950.00!(242) 393-0262


85
2004 APRILLA RS MOTORCYCLE
asking $1300, ph#432-9877


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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.
Black and red colors available,
$ 4,200.00. 393-0262.


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BBF #866
2007 HONDA 650 EVERYTHING CHROME
Asking $7,000
ph# 558-5735


TRIB #967



SYM X-WOLF 125CC MOTORBIKE
4-Stroke Engine
Z l ; Beat the Traffic & Fuel Prices!
Available in Red & Black
Sale Price $1,995.00 .
S Phone:393-0155/394-4823


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NE, YAMAHA YBR 125 MOTORCYCLE.
125cc, 4 Stroke engine. Excellent quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a great 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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35' MARLIN F.M. TWIN 2007 225 HP
Mercury optimax outboards chart plotter, Xm
radio, live bait well fresh water, salt water
washdown. Bottom recently painted.
Excellent condition. $75,000.00
Call Chris 357-9372


BBF #880
ZILLI MOTORS 125CC, BRAND NEW DIRT
BIKES
asking $1500 ph#448-0012/361-7382/552-3497


STUNT BIKES STARTING AT $230.00,
sale on bicycle tires and rims, Low prices and
best prices in town
ph#448-0012/361-7382/552-3497


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NEW YAMAHA JOG 100CC SCOOTER
Dependable Transportation. 4 stroke engine is
very quiet and fuel efficient. Inexpensive to
operate and you won't get stuck in traffic.
Available in Blue or Red.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price is slashed to $2,095.00!!
Call 393-0262. .


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HIGH PROFORMANCE
TIRES
Starting at $170.00
size 245/35/20
call for.sizes.

Auto detailing
products 1 gallon, blue
silicone tire dressing and
gallon degreaser combo.
$36.00

Cal 326-8274
cell 426-3618


rRIB #314.
HID (HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE) KITS
starting @ 100
All colours available. One year warranty on all
ballast. factory replacement HID bulbs &ballast.
Please call 424-4273 or 422-5113 or 324-0961












TRIB #083
Radiators starting at $170
Call 468-7821or 394-0258















TRIB #351
PORTABLE GENERATOR 6,250 WATTS
powered by Subaru
From $899.00
Call 393-0070


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TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011, PAGE 15

Best prices on quality name brand Pirelli,
Low Profile Tire Sale Toj/o Nirlo, Delinte, Vogue, Mjckey
205-40-17 ;95 Thompson among other brands.
215-40-17 110
225-45-17 120 205 1 $ 89.95
-5- ;5 215 35 18 $130.00 275/45/20 $200.00
225-40-18 135 _25 40 18 $135.00 235/30/22 $245.00
225-30-20 175 225 30 20 $170.00 245/30/22 235.00
225-35-20 170 225 3, 20 $170.00 255/30/22 $225.00
245-35-20 ;175 245 35 ,, $180.00 265/35/22 $275.00
245-40-20 S175 255 35 20 $190.00 265/40/22 $235.00
255-35-20 !;200 2c 0 $200.00 305/40/22 $275.00
1275-30-20 ;275 2 $245.00 305/45/22 275.00
275-40-20 ;200 3 $250 255/30/24 300.00
285-50-20 $200 245 J 22 $235.00 25/24 $325.00
ph#323-4365 i- -0 2 2 $225.00- 305/35/24 $325.00
Cell 434-4054 .305/30/26 $450.00
Ph# 394-4128

S. TRIB #122

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."Br3n" '." K 1 r. Rau r lar.,r Trel Top qu.,liry

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BRAND NEW ITEMS 1 Par an' R O Ler Inl:i
JENSEN CD PLAYER W/REMOTE AND IPOD : ".Pai,-e 14.0u,0 00 mhill. ,cnj 3 par















It's Hurricane Season again and time to prepare. "GENERAC AUTOMATIC Kipor KDE6700 Diesel generator.
CABLE $125 great for the Prices starting i ll N arnra S.ur3e v 5 end reliable.,
SONY BLUETOOTH CD PLAYERS $175 quiet operation and Units in stock Retail pce was 1900.00
CALL 5564074262 For more information" Call 393-0262











BR ANIB 251D NEW POLISHING MOTOR awaited RIB #254ANLESS PLATFORM BRACKET
GENERATOR SALE. rRIB #215 GENERATOR SALE:
It's Hurricane Season again and time to prepare. "GENERAC AUTOMATIC Kipor KDE6700 Diesel generator.
NEW Yamaha generators as low as $695.0 RPM its lightweight, STANDBY GENERATORS. with Stainless marine twin eneratorcomes electraket
Our portable generators are great for the Prices starting from $2,995.00. in a sound enclosure, very quiet and reliable.,
expected power cuts, still in box. $500.00 obo Quiet operation and reliabilUnits in stock # 1 choice 26" retail price was 1,900.00
extremely 445-8957 liable. Contact Loran at 393-7873 now reduced to $1,450.00! Cash sale price.
Call: 393-0262 For more information" Call 393-0262

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ERIB #409
GENERATOR SAL PERMANENT BLEACHING CREAM
BRAND NEW POLISHING MOTOR The long awaited Yamaha ET950 is back. With STAINLESS PLATFORM BRACKET
With cabinet, 1/2 horse power 3450 RPM its lightweight, compact design combined with Stainless marine twin engine bracket
Never used, still in box. $500.00 oo Quiet operation and reliability its the # 1 choice 26" set back (Naturallyever used)
Cell 445-8957 48for portable power Priced at $285.00 SeGRous inquires only $3300 00 ono
CallC 393-0262 Call 393-2516 cell 5259131

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EXTERIOR METAL
FRONT DOOR
From $110.00
"Call 393-0070
. PERMANENT BLEACHING CREAM/
Lightening Pills NEVER BLEACH AGAIN!
Smooth and light skin in 3-5 days Forever!l
'RIB #352 GUARANTEE! No peeling/burning! Naturally
WATEA/FIRE -PROOFED CEILING TILE Erase Stretch-marks/Scares/eye
5/8 in(16mm) thick 2" x 4" Darkness/Acne!! Loose 10ibs in 5-7 DAYS/
48 tile in case $5,15 ea. REGROW HAIR FAST Suffer no more call now
Call 393-0070 X 36482041







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BAHAMAS BUSINESS SERVICE

& RESTAURANT DIRECTORY

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B & D Fashions
Ladies Hats & Accessories
Lined Suits From $108.00

S . 2-Pc Pant & Skirt Suits
$39.99
Telephone 356-5829

"T e .'Mn, C.4ca demr y
Nail Course. Starts March 21, Z011
.Spa. 1.nicure Spi Pedidl-lul wrl tct L .
r1 l\hilu and N.dir n d..la -irhrumd .
(*i.m'etalogy si a 9 mouth program
NJil lechnologt Is a 3 imnii i program -
Ri ;IST I R INIER TIl1 I .i; M I RV' KDlt'A
For morv into I'Ira W illl 325-5579 or495-4.09 "












S saaa Tel, 341-6034



An early literacy system for babies,
toddlers and preschoolers


Authorized Distributor
Sherle Knowles
Phone: 393-8478
or 380-8023


babiescanread@hotmail.com


STIfIBARRELC..
IS Gallon Heavy Duly- r Gautic Swuels $22-50
53 Gaft Heavy Duty Pkofte Blarel S40O 00
BARRELS CAN BE USED PFO
Gab age Diposal
F.el Water Stomage
-a nday Saturday 9am 5:30pm
3U3-3.. 7
YES! WE SHIP TO THE FAMILY ISLANDS


YOUR MEMORIES!
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#94 Dowdeswell Street
(j9^ Tel: (242)356-0907
Thegarden04 @ live.com
Sunday Friday 7 am 4 p.m


The Garden Bed & Breakfast Rental Units
1 Bedroom Unit $455.00 per week Breakfast & Lunch*
2 Bedroom Unit $700.00 per week Breakfast & Lunch*
*1st Occupant only!!!


GRAPHICS WEBSITES
LETTERHEADS
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
#289 MARKET ST SOUTH PO BOX N-7984, NASSAU
2RE SERVICES SUNDAYS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM
PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
WEDDINGS- FUNERALS*HOMES- CARS
Just call the numbers listed,
I'll personally handle your request.
(242) 393-5798, (242) 323
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CAR

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DRIVEN FOR DEPENDABILITY
-----Telephone-----
323 8427 (Sales) or 326-6380
(Rentals) Visit our site:
www.avis.com.bs/preownedvehicles.html


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* BAHAMAS BUSINESS SERVICE

S& RESTAURANT DIRECTORY

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QUALITY
KITCHEN & BATH
SALE! SALE! SALE!
$1,900.00
Wooden Kitchen Cabinet
Please view Showroom
#55 Washington Street
Telephone
323-1411, 432-8639






Gourmet Food, Tents, 7Tbies,
Chairs, Wtders, De9o
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D)aylornlqug's Makzup -lrtistry & Prinlahop
Make-up Artistry.Services
Available for all occasions.
(on-siLe/mobile location)
? Makeup Tutoring/Consultation, Face
Painting designs, Makeover, Parties for
kids/adults .
printshop .iszigns
Specializing in personalized greeting
cards, invitations, flyers, certificates,
-bookmarks, labels, tickets, resume,
Telepp one business documents, brochures,
361-2389 or 428-0762 portfolios & a whole lot more.



More for Less!
Traveling to Ft. Lauderdale? Then stay with
Quest and get more for less. t
1 Bdrm,1 Bath Guest house $69.99/nt. sleeps 4
1 Bdrm, 1 Bath House $75.00/nt. sleeps 6
2 Bdrm, 1 or 2 Bath House $89.99/nt, sleeps 6
3 Bdrm, 2 Bath House $139.00/nt, sleeps 8 Ph: 242-225-2292 754-9650
We also have long term rentals for Website:
those attending school or doctor visits. questvacationhomes.com






water Do your water using appliances
abig favour.. Protect yourfixtures.

-www.bahamaswatertreatment.com







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LADIES! LADIES!
Are you interested in learning to
Plait Straw or Sisal?
Tutoring Services for.
BJC and BGCSE and After
T i5 School Care available also


".ASERTAG- Fut Fn 7RE W-o1e F lE
P.O.Box CB-12843 *Nassau, The Bahamas *
Tel: (242)466-7599
Email Address:bflbahamas@coralwave.com
Catering to parties, fairs, corporate and community events


FLORIDA PICK UPS

Starting at $39.95

Call for more info.

242-328-1801


VIRTUAL OFFICES AVAILABLE
"Enhance Your Business Image without the expense!"
Great for start-up and low budget businesses, Family Island,
International businesses or anyone seeking
Aphysical business presence In Nassau.
SComplete Setup Include ,
Nassau Physical Address, Postal Address,
Fax #. Secretary, Phone # w. Receptionist,
Daily.Forwarding of your mail, faxes and messages etoc
(aevuem ,aU iaewftMl

CAREFREE CARPET CLEANING
DIRTY FURNITURE?
Sofa $75, Love Seat $55, Arm Chair $40
DIRTY CAR SEATDIRTY CARPET &
RUGS? ROOMS UNDER 150 sq. ft $35
If we can't clean it throw it away.
Dry in one hour.
Like new! ,
Tel: (242) 325-5108, 362-1444
Fax(242) 362-2384
CLOSE SATURDAY


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ANCIENT CHINESE SECRET
REYOUTH SLIM
100% Natural
Lose 10-15 pounds monthly
Fit for Hypertension,
High Blood Sugar
"Easily maintain the shape"
Check Solomons & Most
Pharmacies
Phone: 393 5157 or 557-1369
wwwreyouthbscom


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FLORIDA PICK UPS

Starting at $39.95

Call for more info.

242-328-1801,


ANCIENT CHINESE SECRET
REYOUTH SLIM
100 o Natural
Lose 10-15 pounds monthly
Fil for Hvperlension,
High Blood Sugar
"Easily maintain ihe shape"
Check Solomons & Most
Pharmacies
Phone: 393 5157 or 557-1369
www.reyouthbs.com











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Sleep ack Kidney.
Hair Re-Grow. Liver Arthritis Eyes
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* LADIES, MEN AND KIDS JEWELRY.
* COPPER BRACELETS FOR ARTHRITIS PAIN
* PEARLS IN EVERY SIZE, LENGTH AND COLOR!!
TEL: 567-8875 EMAIL:
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Fax Seol retry Phone # w. Receptionist,
1For Al Ys'er Pritio n c .& letbber Sitans seeds"















VIRTUAL OFFICES AVAILABLE
"Enhance Your Businese Image without the expense!"
Great for start-up and low budget businesses. Family island,
international businesses or none seeking leaning
Aphysical business presence in Nassautore Front
Cmponvenience Setupores Ancdeso fleet
Nassau Physical Address, Postal Address.
Fax #, Secretary, Phone # w. Receptionist.





Daily Fwashrding Dof your mail, faxeTrucks and messages etc.
A+ PRESSURE & POOL CLEANING
SERVICES
Specializing in:
Cleaning and Maintaining Pools*Pressure Cleaning
Houses *Walkways*Driveways*Patios*Pool
Decks*Apartments* Walls'Parking Lots Store Front
*Convenience Stores And also fleet
washing *Dump Trucks Tractors'etc
Call: 242-428-4270





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All Channels included. No Hits or blackouts.
Join our Network a Find out how you can get free
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Telephone
325-7692-3 323-5626 or
325-2301
LOTS
Charles Vincent Street, 50x
100, Open Zoning, $60,000
Pinewood Gardens, 50x 100,
SF,$60,000
Kool Acres, 54x 100, MF
$65,000
Malcolm Allotment, 51x100,
$65,000
Blue Berry Hill, 50x100,
MF,$68,000

Off Cowpen Road, 60x80, SF,
$68,000
Sandilands Village, 100x 50,
MF, $70,000
Off Golden Isles Road, 6,000
sq. ft.,MF,$70,000
Hollywood Subdivision, 50x
100, $70,000
Smithville Subdivision,
60x100
Soldier Road West, 50x100,
SF, $72,000
Victoria Gardens, 60x100,
SF,$79,000
Golden Gates 2, 60x100, SF,
$75,000
Joan's Height, 50xl 00,
$75,000
Garden Hills, 60xi00, SF,
$75,000
Off Cowpen Road, 52x122,
MF, $75,000
Marshall Road, 60x100,MF,
$85,000
Dorsette Ville, 60x100, MF,
Off Carmichael Rd., MF,
$80,000
Pride Estates, 70x94, $80,000
St. Vincent Road, 50x147,
$80,000
Hanna Road, 6,000sq.ft.,MF,
$85,000
Miller's Heights,
75x100,Triplex,$85,000
Off Soldier Rd West, 60x115,
$85,000
Off Cowpen Road, Triplex
Lots, $85,000
Springfield Road, Triplex Lot,
$90,000
Kool Acres,64 x135, $90,000
Guantanna, 70x99, $90,000
Tropical Gardens, 60x1 10,
MF, $90,000
Bacardi Road, 80x100,Triplex,
$90,000


Telephone
325-7692-3 323-5626 or
325-2301
Bacardi Road, 50x140,
$90,000
Eastern Estates, 60xl00,SF,
$85,000
South Beach, 50xl 19,MF,
$80,000
Off McKinney Drive, 60x110,
MF,$85,000
Gamble Heights, 60x100, MF,
$85,000
Serenity Gardens, 60x100, SF
gated community $85,000
Soldier Road west, 50x135,
MF, $98,000
Off Marshall Road, 75x114,
$98,000
Southern Heights, 75x113,
SF,$98,000
South Seas, 75x1 00,
SF,$90,000
Bacardi Road, 60x 100, MF,
$75,000
Yuma Estates, 65x 105,SF,
$99,500
West Wind, 60x100, SF,
$115,000
Firetrall Road West, 50x135,
$120,000
Tropical Gardens, 100x110,
$125,000
Wulff Road, 9,500Sq.Ft.,
Commercial, $145,000
Twin Lakes, 90x140,SF,
$200,000
Winton Heights, 120x
125, SF, $150,000'
Lyford Hills, 70x100, SF,
$115,000
Jacaranda, 95x119, SF,
$165,000
Boll Fish Drive, 61x182,
$165,000
Charlotteville, 65x120, SF,
$165,000
Cowpen Road, Six-plex Lot,
MF, $145,000
Off Cowpen Road, 4-plex Lot,
MF, $120,000
Faith Avenue, 5-plex Lot, MF,
$165,000
Soldier Road West, 67x
159,Commercial
Soldier Road West,
Commercial
Houses
Yellow Elder 4 bed 2 bath fixer
upper $115,000
Malcolm Allotment 2-bed 2-
bath Brand New
$145,000
Gleniston Gardens 3-bed 2-
bath Fixer Upper
$195,000
Off Carmichael Road Duplex
2-bed 1-bath units
$235,000
Off Cowpen Road Spacious 2-
bed 2bath House
$185,000
Off Rocky Pine Road Triplex
2-bed, 1-bath units
$290,000
Venice Bay Annex Triplex
Two 2-bed 1-bath One 3-
bed, 2-bath$310,000
Winton Meadows 3bed 2-
bath House with enclosed
garage $360,000


Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.comrn
www.RTBahamas.com

Rentals
Bay Street Office Space-
Starting at $500 p/m
Westridge: 2 Bed, 2 Bath Semi
Furn. Gated, washer & dryer.
$1,350 p/mrn
Rockersville Est.- 3bed, 2.5
bath, Unfurn. $1,500
Off West Bay: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Fully Furn. Incl., water, phone,
cable, internet $1,500 p/m
Nassau Village- Restaurant
with seating for 75 people -
$1,500 p/m
Carefree- 2bed, bath, fully
furn., include water ocean view
w/pool $1,500p/m
West Bay St.- 3bed, 2.5 bath
Townhouse unfurn. $1,550p/m
Love Beach Cottage 3bed
2bath fully furnished $2,100
p/m ONO
Delaporte Condo- 2bed 2bath
furn., pool, beach, gated $2,200
p/m
Cable Beach 2bed 2bath
Ocean front gated, fully furn.
a/c $2,500p/m
Sulgrave Manor 2 bed 2bath
condo w/pool/ beach- $2,500
p/m
Ocean Place- office space -
$2,500 p/m
Sandy Port Townhouse 3bed
2.5 bath $3,500
Coral Harbor- 2 storey home
3bed 3 bath, canal $3,500
Sandy Port 3 bed 3 ? bath'
fully furnished w/dock slip. Kids
allowed $4,000 p/m
South Ocean home 3 bed 3
.5 bath semi furn. w/pool
$4,500 p/m
Bay Street- Night club $5,000
p/m
Sales
Residential/Commercial
Off Minnie St. Duplex Bldg
for sale, 2 Bed, 1 Bath each
side $150,000
Sir. Lynden Pindling 2 Bed,
2 Bath Home for sale. Unfum.
Great Buy $165,000
Bernard Rd- Sfamily home
3bed 2bath & 1 bedroom unit
$178,000
HIlltop (2nd Terrace): 2 Bed, 2
Bath, a/c. View of Atlantis and
harbor $185,000
Marigold Farm Rd.- 2bed 1
bath / 1bed 1 bath Incomplete
Duplex $190,000
Resarlo West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome w/pool, landscaped.
$239,000
Colony Village: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
House with Attached 1 bdrm
Apt. $245,000
Twynum: New 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhouse. Unfurnished with
deck $250,000
Off Hanna Rd: Duplex Building
Brand New. Burglar Bars
$265,000
Westridge: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo, Gated Access, Pool.
$269,000
Marshall Rd: 3bed 2 bth Newly
Built home $280,000


tay St. & victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com

Sandford Drive (West): 2 Bed,
2.5 Bath Townhome a/c, gated,
pool $290,000
Faith Ave: Restaurant with
attached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt.
Brand New $330,000
Marshall Road- Misty
Gardens Like New Triplex
Deal Reduce NOW $410,000
Faith Ave- New 3bed 2bath
New Triplex $410,000
Off Prince Charles: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Home Unfurnished,
landscaped $420,000
South beach 2 Storey 5 bed
3bth home $465,000
Sandy port: 3 Bed, 3. 5 bath
Townhouse on canal. $600,000
Sunset View Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront views on
West Bay $750,000
Lots
Sappodilla Boulevard 5,000
sq.ft 50x100 Vacant Land -
$70,000
Blake Rd 50x110 lot -
$75,000
East St. South: Duplex Lot 55
x 113 Brand new Subdivision
$80,000
Pride Estate- Lot 60 x 100-
.$81,000
Pride Estate: Duplex Lot 7,000
Sq.ft $85,000
Off Harold Road Triplex Lot
8,000 sq.ft $87.,000
Balfour Estates West: Brand
New Approved Duplex Lots
ONLY $95,000
Marshal Road: Multi-Family
Lot 80 x 120. Beach Access
$95,000
Cul De Sac Lumuba Rd.-
Private Rd. 70x145 $105,000
Coral Vista: Multi Family Lot
75 x 110 near Beach $110,000
John Claridge Estates: New
on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x
111. $115,000
West Winds: 70 x 92 Ridge Lot
in gated community with
amenities $125,000
High Point Estates: 8,517 sq
ft. Triplex lot with plans
$130,000
Killarney Shores: Lot 100 x
100 in great secluded
community $135,000
Spikenard Road- Cul-De Sac
Large Lot 90x1 50- $150,000
Highland Park: Single Family
Lot 13,000 sq ft. 150 x 90.
$165,000
West Grove (Westglade): 84 x
110 9,000 plus sq ft.
$195,000
Cowpen Road: Large
Commercial lot 23, 252 sq ft
with building. $275,000
South Westridge: 125 x 307 -
36,000 sq ft lot. Hilltop lot w/
views. $250,000
Coral Harbor Roundabout: 4
lots 20,000 sq ft. Commercial.
$304,000 each
Westridge: 1.5 Acres at a cul-
de-sac surrounding beautiful
homes $399,000
Lyford Cay: One Half Acre.
Gated Community. Great Price
$610,000 .


Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037
info@adlerrealtyltd.com
www.adlerrealtyltd.com
LOTS:
10195 Venice Bay Multifamily
lot $110,000 (Price reduced)
10361 Tropical Gardens 90 x
90 $121,000
10363 Triplex lot off Cowpen
7,581 s.f. Rd. $ 86,000
10368 Charlotteville size
7,860 s.f. $150,000
10369 off Soldier Rd Duplex
lot. $85,000
10379 off Blue Hill Rd south
100 x 220 $409,400
10300 West Wind size 7,561
s.f. $135,000
10382 West Winds 60 x 100
$120,000
10384 Hepburn Estates 50 x
130 $90,000
10389 Yamacraw Beach Est.
9,353 s.f. $116,000
10390 Multifamily Lot Bacardi
Rd 6,985 $85,000
10392 Carmichael Rd. 1.796
Acs. $1.1 Million
10401 West Winds Multifamily
$130,000
10402 Jacaranda Multifamily
$150,000
10411 Fair View Heights
Single family 70 x 100 $91,000
Pride Estates Multifamily Lot
7,295 s.f. $87,500
Pine Barron Triplex Lot 80 x
100 $220,000
Fox Hill Triplex Lot 69 x 107 $
85,000
Step Street Duplex lot 49 x 105
$ 140,000
Pine Barron Rd Multi-family
Bldg. under construction on 2
lots $608,000
MULTI-FAMILY
10348 Malcolm Allotment
Triplex $276,000
10367 East Street South 4-
Plex $345,000
10376 Duplex off Cowpen Rd.
$245,000
10380 5 lb/lb Apt. Bldg
$493,000
10398 Hollywood Subd.
Duplex Apt. 2b/1b units
$220,000
10403 Coral Harbour $
800,000
10404 Faith Gardens Triplex
$290,000
10406 Off Marshall Road $
75,000
Kenwood St. Duplex $265,000
HOUSES
10353 Yamacraw 3b/2b
$295,000
10354 Seabreeze 3b/2b
$295,000
10355 Pinewood Gdns 3b/2b
$135,000
10360 High Vista 6b/6.5b
under const. $702,000
10265 West Grove 3b/2b $ 1.5
Million
10372 Palm,Breeze 3b/2b w/
effc.$307,000
10373 Joans Heights 2b/lb w/
effc.$ 210,000
10388 Highland Pk Hse
4b/3.5b $399,000


10399 Dorsetteville Subd.
3b/lb Hse with apt.$192,000
CONDOS
10341 Rawson Court 3b/3b
$503,000
10349 Caves Point 3b/3.5b
$1.2Million
10381 Victoria Avenue Api
1b/1b $160,000
TOWN HOUSES
10268 St. Albans Drive
2b/2.5b$233,000
10279 Seabreeze Lane 2b/2.5
$ 249,000
10313 North Westridge
3b/3.5 $ 381,000
10342 Cable Beach 2b/2.5b
$293,000
10346 West Winds 2b/2.5b
$269,000
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
10324 West Bay Street hotel
$5.3 Million
10351 East Street Rdtail store
& apt $595,000
10357 Blue Hill Rd. South
Retail Shop complex $702,000
10386 Hotel West Bay St. $3.7
Million
10408 Chippingham Pub
$600,000
10409 Shirley Street Office
Bldg$ 731,000
GATED COMMUNITIES
10306 Coral Breeze single
family lots starting at $99,500
10307 Coral Breeze multi-
family lots starting at $120,000
FAMILY ISLAND
10312 Bahama Sound,
Exuma Multifamily lot $30,000
10328 Seaville, Eleuthera lots
priced $70- $180,000
10330 Arthur'sTn,, Cat Island
lots starting at $115,600
10365 Freeport Grand
Bahama lot size 21,000 s.f. $
170,000
10370 Abaco Leisure Lee
vacant lot $46,000
10377 Long Island,
Deadmans Cay Split level
house, $527,000
10331 San Salvador Vacani
land. $41,000
10400 Grand Bahama 3
Townhouse Units $2.+ Mil
10405 Eleuthera 40 acre tracl
$960,000
ACREAGE
10315 off West Bay St.3+
acres $1.3 Million
10350 Carmichael Road $1.5
Million
528 Kemps Bay 20 acres $3.1
Million
540 Roberts Cay, Exuma $12
Million
544 Eleuthera 49 Acres $2
Million
564 Exuma, beach front 3+
acres
701 South Ocean 10.9 acs.
$2.5Million
669 South West ridge 9 acres
10350 Carmichael Rd. 1.796
acres $1.5 Million
10302 Carmichael Rd. 3.9
acres $1.4 Million
RENTALS
10362 Seabreeze Duplex
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H-018 PINEWOOD GARDENS,
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house with balcony, $195,000.-
H-002 WILLIAMS LANE, neat
1 bed 1 bath house, $59,000.
H-004 FIRETRAIL ROAD, 3
bed 2 bath house, 3 years old,
91x105, $235,000.
H-008 DIGNITY GARDENS. 3
bed 2 bath house on lot
50x1 00, nicely landscaped,
$125,000.
H-009 TWYNAM HEIGHTS,
luxury 4 bed 3? bath house on
lushly landscaped property,
$675,000.
H-010 REGENCY PARK,
centrally located, attractive 3
bed 2 bath house on 60x90
property, $220,000.
H-014 WESTWARD VILLAS,
beautiful 3 bed 2 bath house
with 1 bed furnished cottage at
rear, $680,000.
H-017 BELLOT ROAD WEST,
palatial 4 bed 3 bath house with
swimming pool, plus two
apartments (1) 2 bed 1 bath (1)
1 bed 1 bath, was $650,000
reduced to $550,000.
H-019 VISTA MARINA
SUBDIVISION. 2 storey. 4 bed
3 bath house with oceanview
maid's quarters, $750,000.
H-021 OFF EAST STREET,
brand new 2 storey, 3 bed 1
bath house, was $115,000
reduced to $95,000.
H-023 WILSON TRACT, off
Wulff Road, 2 bed 1 bath house
on comer lot, $85,000.
H-024 HIGHLAND PARK, 4
bed 3 bath house on large
comer lot 100x140 with electric
gate, generator, central-air,
wood ceilings, $498,000.
H-026 WESTWARD VILLAS;
brand new 4 bed 3? bath on
property 92x130 was $630,000
reduced to $495,000.


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326-8017, 326-8112

H-033 SIR LYNDEN PINDLING
ESTATES, 2 bed 2-bath house
on lot 50x100, $160,000.
H-036 CORAL VISTA,
attractive 3 bed 2? bath house,
$295,000.
H-037 GERALD BARTLETTE
ESTATES, 2 bed 2 bath
house, $150,000.
H-042 CLARIDGEDALE, near
Marathon Mall, 3 bed 2 bath
house converted to duplex,
excellent location, $138,000.

H-043 MILLINIUM GARDENS,
2 bed 2 bath with attached 1
bed 1 bath apartment,
$230,000.
MF-022 FAITH GARDENS,
brand new duplex, 2 bed 1 bath
each side, $230,000.
MF-045 MISTY GARDENS,
elegant 3 bed, 3 bath house, 2
years old with Jacuzzi,-wooden
floors plus 2 attached
apartments appraised at over
$440,000 asking $399,000.
MF-049 OFF CARMICHAEL
ROAD, duplex 2 bed 2 bath
each side, $220,000.
MF-076 MILLERS HEIGHTS,
large attractive triplbx on large
corner lot, $340,000.
MF-050 CORAL HARBOUR,
brand new 4 bed 3 bath
townhouse, $395,000.
MF-053 KING STREET, 4-unit
apartment (2) 2 bed 1 bath (2)
1 bed 1 bath, $240,000.
MF-054 HANNA ROAD,
incomplete 2 storey triplex on
property 64x1 00, $165,000.
MF-068 BORIS CLARIDGE
SUBDIVISION, near Winton,
executive 4 bed 3 bath house
with 3 apartment units,
excellent condition, $750,000.
MF-069 LIVAL ESTATES, near
Albany, 2-unit Townhouse, 3
bed 2 bath and 2 bed 1 bath,
$355,000.
MF-070 PINEDALE, 2 storey
incomplete commercial building
with (2) 1 bed 1 bath and 1 bed
1 bath apartment, $298,000.
CB-004 EAST STREET
NORTH, 2 storey commercial
building with 3 stores and 5
rooms upstairs, $350,000.
CB-006 WEST BAY STREET,
attractive 38-bed hotel near
Bahmar, lobby area and
reception area and restaurant,
$3.2 million.


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326-8017, 326-8112
CB-010 PALM TREE AVE.,
two storey commercial building
with (3) 1 bed apartments plus
extra vacant lot, was $490,000
reduced to $450,000.
CB-011 NASSAU STREET,
commercial building, with 2
bed, 1 bath apartment,
$290,000.
CB-014 EAST STREET.
commercial building south of
Balfour Ave., $495,000.
CB-015 YOUNG STREET,
restaurant and vacant shop
space with attached 1 bed 1
bath apartment, $220,000.
CB-019 BERNARD ROAD,
auto repair centre on 0.82 acre
with auto-repair shop, mechanic
shop and office, $600,000.
Our Motto: "PUT GOD FIRST"
326-8017, 326-8112

PETER GALANOS
REALTY LTD


LOTS/HOMES/APTS
Independence Subd
5,040sq.ft., $65,000
Dawn Subdivision 4,575sq.ft,
$65,000
Southern Dreams Subd
7,500sq.ft, $85,000
Coral Harbour 7,803sq.ft,
$90,000
Southern Shores 7,019sq.ft,
$75,000
Independence Subd 6,446
sq.ft. $75,000
Victoria Gardens 6,600sq.ft
$70,000
Coral Vista 7,875sq.ft $95,000.
Coral Breeze. 7,500sq.ft
$90,000
Adelaide Road 5;756sq.ft
$80,000
Telephone
323-1076, 434-2227, 436-4379


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REALTY LTD

LOTS/HOMES/APTS
Yama Estates 6,938sq.ft
$112,000
Springfield Estates 6,000sq.ft
$77,500
Lyford Hills 8,000sq.ft.
$125,000
Balfour Estates West
6,400sq.ft $80,000
Off Nassau St 23,000sq.ft.
$175,000
South Beach 3b/2b, $178,000
West Winds condo 2b/2.5b,
$260,000
West Bay Street townhouse
2/2.5b $350,000
Foxdale Subd 3b/2b hm
$191,000
Eastwood Estates Subd hm
2b/1b $226,000
St Albans Drive condo 2b/2b
$158,000
Carmichael Rd apartment 2/b,
1 b, $220,000
Fox Hill triplex apt 3 lb/lb
$255,000
Nassau Village apartment
5b.3b $236,700
Beach View townhouse West-
Bay St 4b/3.5b, $480,000
Cable Beach 3b/2b $2,500/pm
Orange Hill 4b/3.5b $4,000/pm
Beach View 4b/3.5b
$3,000/pm
Telephone
323-1076, 434-2227, 436-4379

OFF PRINCE CHARLES
by Plaza Del Sol
Telephone
424-2844, 363-1283

Triplex For Sale
By Owner
3/2/1 bed 2/1/1/baths all
semi-furnished, stainless
steel appliances, extremely
spacious bedrooms, great
rental income, wash house,
electric gate,,six ft barb
wire fence enclosure,
central-air, alarm systems
throughout, Jacuzzi tub,
walk-in closet, maple
kitchen cabinets,
well water, lots of parking
room, terrific investment
and
NO DOWN PAYMENT
REQUIRED I
Call to be pre-qualified for
entire building or 1 or 2 of
the units,!
Appraised at $440,000;
but incredibly discounted
asking price


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Homes/Apartments:
0730 Chazon Estates New
3bed 2bath home gated
$425,000.
0705 Coral Harbour Executive
3bed 2.Sbath $550,000.
Reduced.
0697 Coral Vista split level
4bed 2.5bath with 2bed 1bath
attached. $525,000. Reduced.
0703 Coral Harbour 3bed
2.5bath $320,000. Reduced-.
0744 Venice Bay New
townhouse 2bed 1.5bath.
$185,000.
0787 Winton Heights
Incomplete 6bed 4.5bath on
half acre lot. $625,000.
0788 Off Carmichael New
3bed 2bath with attached 1bed
bath unit. $270,000
0786 Coral Vista 3bed 2.5bath
$299,000.
0792 Coral Harbour 3bed
2.5bath $275,000.
0763 Coral Harbour New 4bed
3bath townhouse with ocean
views $395,000.
0770 Sea Beach 2bed 2.5bath
townhouse. $290,000.
0794 Westridge 2bed 2.5bath
townhouse. $245,000.
0793 Stapledon triplex 2bed
1 bath each unit. $280,000.
0772 Carmichael Commercial
plaza. $400,000.
0788 Centerville commercial
building $332,000.
0786 Blue Hill Road south
commercial. $1.6M.
Vacant Land:
0780 Coral Harbour single
family 75x105. $120,000.
0795 Off Cowpen multi-family
50x130. $75,000.
-0594 Hooper's Bay, Exuma 6
acres with approved plans for
small resort. $550,000.
0769 Jacaranda single family
100x120 cleared and ready to.
build. $150,000.
0763 Coral Harbour 83x105.
$110,000.
0789 Tropical Gardens Multi-
family 90x180. $195,000.
0627 Westridge single family
1.01 acres. $390,000.
0764 Glenlston single family
100xl00. $115,000.
Tel/Fax: 362-2858
Mobile: 424-8929


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VACANT LAND
Coral Harbour: Large MULTI-
FAMILY lot. Near the Defense
Force base. $139,000
Stapledon Gardens: Large
multi-family lot in a desirable
location. $140,000
Saffron Hill: Oceanview cornet
homesite lot over 10,000 sq. ft.
$320,000.
Serenity: Affordable homesite
lots now starting at $85,000.
Duplex lots now starting al
$145,000
South Ocean: 8,759 sq fl
homesite corner lot in the west.
$128, 000.00
HOMES/CONDOS
Star Estates: EXCLUSIVE
Two-2bed 1.Sbath townhouse
duplex: Ideal mortgage helper.
Great price at $436,000
Delaporte: Oceanview 3bed
2bath turn-key townhome.
Gated w/ a communal pool.
$599,000. Also for rent.
Olde Towne, Sandy Port:
Lovely 3bed 3bath semi-
furnished townhome. Lots ol
amenities. $499,000. Also foi
rent
Imperial Park: Lovely 4bed
3bath semi-furnished perfect
starter home. A deal that will
not last. $279,000
Pinewood Gardens:
EXCLUSIVE 4bed 3bath home
on 2 elevated lots. $230,000
Royal Palm: Charming 2bed
2.5bath semi-furnished
townhouse. Pool. Gated.
$250,000
West Winds: EXCLUSIVE
Brand New immaculate 2bed
1.5bath townhouse. Gated.
.$329,000
Rolling Hills Estate: Awesome
4bed 3bath turn-key home.
Gated and very peaceful.
$350,000.
Twynam Heights: Lovely 2bed
2.5bath semi-furnished
townhouse. Gated. $265,000
Country Club: 2bed 1.5bath
furnished townhouse. Peaceful
& gated. Communal pool.
$190,000
Off West Bay: Oceanview
2bed 2bath incomplete
townhouse. A steal al
$215,000
COMMERCIAL BUIDLINGS
Blue Hill South: A large
commercial building. Ideal for
foodstore, restaurant or retail
store. $673,000
Mount Royal A' large
commercial building. Ideal
investment property. $450,
000.00
RENTALS
Cable Beach: Immaculate
3bed 3.5bath turn-key
townhome. Fully enclosed w/ a
communal pool. $3,500 p/m
Westridge: 2bed 2bath turn-
key cottage. Gated wi
communal pool. $2,500 p/m.
Dowdeswell Street
Offlce:328-4111 -Fax:328-4113
424.4448, -357-7686, 376-
1849, -535-6764, 468-0767
info @ wateredgebahamas.com
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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 75x1 00,
$175,000.
VP-041 CORAL LAKES,
exclusive gated community, lot
80x100, $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 48x115,
$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-family lot
65x100, $90,000.


BLESSED ROCK
REALTY
3414303 OR 3956483 OR
4541702 OR 4548978 OR
5442010
DUPLEX LOTS
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
duplex lot 78 x 78 $ 43,000.
FIRE TRAIL multi- family
77x 280, $175.000
CORAL HARBOUR
TRIPLEX LOT GATED
OFF SOLDIER ROAD
2 Duplex Lots
80X100, 50x 100, $99,500
$ 45,000 ono
FOX HILL 2 duplex lots.
60x100, $57.000
PINE BARREN OF PRINCE
CHARLES TRIPLEX LOT
51X148, $68,000
MARSHALL ROAD near the
water
DOMINGO HEIGHTS duplex
lot
RESIDENTIAL LOTS.
CORAL HARBOUR
RESIDENTIAL LOT
50x137, 60x100, 60X150
$90,000, $70,000, $108,000
GARDEN HILLS #2
50X100, $70.000
CORAL BREEZE GATED
ST. ANDREWS BEACH
RESIDENTIAL LOT
75X100, 90X90
$99,500, $120.000
BACARDI ROAD GATED
80X100, $95,000
YUMA ESTATE GATED
65X100, $99,000








BRAND NEW HOUSE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
$425,000
Perpall Tract, off West Bay, 5
minutes from Cable Beach &
Downtown. 1,800sq.ft, 3 bed, 2
bath, central-air. Automatic
sliding gate. Russound Multi-
rooom sound system. Security
cameras. 393-1405, 557-8273.

2 TOWNHOUSE LOTS
Sea Breeze area.
50x145, $80,000 each.
Pat Rutherford, 393-0897/
393-0279.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
5,OOOSQ.FT., $54,000
DELIVERANCE WAY,
Winders Terr, off Malcolm
Rd. Ideal for small
business.
Ph 433-0792.


KING'S 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
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HOUSE FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath, large yard,
fruit trees, single car garage,
in exclusive quiet
neighbourhood, High Vista Dr
off Easterfi Road. Need little
TLC. Only $258,000 net.
Call: 436-5774 for appointment
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY on
Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.


LIGHTBOURN
REALTY
Homes/Apartments
6684 4 bed, 3 bth. Pool, quiet
eastern community. $399,00
7283 2 bed. 2 bath home.
Gated, shared pool. $320,00
6946 Montagu Villas 2 bed, 1
bth townhouse. $197,000
7255 Baycroft 2 bed, 1 bath.
Renovated. Water Views.
$210,000
7206 Cable Beach. 5 bed, 3
bath home. $499,000 Price
Negotiable
Triplex/Duplex
7137 Reduced Duplex,
between Blair and Village Rd.
$299,000
7262 Fourplex- Great
Investment. All units rented.
$250,000
Lots
7151 Large Multifamily lot Kool
Acres $120,000
6997 Triplex lot. 8,525 sq.ft.
$140,000
6234 Venice Bay 10,000 sq. ft
lot. Owner financing $99,900
5471 South Ocean Estates
11,700sq.ft. lot. Owner
financing $155,000
Tel: 242-393-8630-7
sales @ coldwellbankerbaha
mas.com
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NEWLY
CONSTRUCTED
HOUSE in the quiet
neighbourhood of
Harmony Estates, off
Carmichael Road. This
1600 sq.ft home has 3
bedrooms a guest
bathroom and a master
bathroom with relaxing
jacuzzi tub. A must see.
Contact Winston @
425-2199 or 362-0690


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PROPERTIES FOR SALE
Jacaranda, residential lot,
95x119, $155,000
Jacaranda, multi-family lot,
23,305sq.ft. $325,000
Charlotteville, residential lot,
$160,000
Off Cowpen Rd, duplex lot,
63x1 22, $74,000
Westwinds, residential lot,
$110,000
Twynam, 3 bed, 2 bath house,
needs TLC, $320,000
Off Carmichael Road, triplex,
$295,000
Coral Vista spacious 3 bed, 2
bath house, $285,000
Off Carmichael Road, multi-
family lot 63x122, $105,000
Tel 465-8951
aadderley@yahoo.com

FOR SALE
PINEWOOD LOT (Elevated)
$65,000
BAMBOO TOWN Duplex
-$220,000
Commercial Lot KEMP ROAD
. 50x80, $50,000
VENICE BAY Condo 4-bed,
3.5bath $285,000
VENICE BAY 2-bed, 1.5-bath
$190,000
Triplex Guarantee $275,00
JUBILEE GARDENS
$120,000. 3-bed, 1-bath
OFF JOE FARRRINGTON 5-
plex up to belt course $170,000
Phone 324-4441/357-3412/
433-1952.


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HOUSES FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Carmichael Road traveling
west after John Chea #8, 1st
corner on left, 2nd building on
left 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2
bathrooms, semi-furnished,
enclosed yard, beautiful family
environment, bus stop, food
stores, shopping plazas,
churches, etc.
Asking $350,000.00 ono.
Telephone
361-3898/454-3082/
468-3248.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Price Reduced!
Single-Family lot. Gated.
Westswinds Hilltop 60x100.
Asking $100,000.
Tel:467-9222.


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GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
OCEANFRONT LOT
80 X 80 EVES, West Bay St
Ready for house to be built,
access to pool and beach
$250,000 Net
Duplex for Rent
EVES, two bedroom, furnished,
pool and beach
$2000 per month
Ask for RE Barnes 327 0806


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EXCLUSIVES
ABACO! Over 300 feet right on
Eight Mile Bay 2 adjoining
building sites make a wonderful
building envelope. Web Ref:
564984. Price: $139,000
TALL PINES! Excellent starter
home in a quiet neighborhood.
Is nicely landscaped with
enclosed back yard & patio.
Security bars, crown moulding
& separate laundry room are a
few features. Web Ref:
565164. Price: $150,000
FREEPORTI Lovely home
boasting 3bd/2bt with attached'
efficiency. Very spacious &
great neighbourhood. Web Ref:
564704. Price: $175,000
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!
Hottest night club/bar in
Nassau on popular East Bay
Street with great harbour views
from the balcony. The interior
has been completely renovated
and upgraded within the last 3
years. Call today.- for details.
Web Ref: 565112. Price:
$250,000
ABACOI Captivating views of
the aqua blue Sea of Abaco
await you at this waterfront
2bd/2bt home. 400 SF of open
deck. On approx. 1.5 acres of
elevated, wooded land. Web
Ref: 564983. Price: $495,900
DELAPORTE! New 3bd/3.5bt
townhouse located In prime
gated community On the
water's edge, offering fantastic
ocean views & sunsets! 2
parking spaces, pool & beach.
With ss appliances. Web Ref:
565159. Price: $650,000
SANDYPORTI Premier canal-
front townhouse. 4bd/3.5bt end
unit features 2,444 SF of living
space not including porches
and a covered carport. Fully
fenced with a front yard and
there is a private deck, boat
dock and boat house! Web
Ref: 563816 Price: $695,000
FOR SALE
FOX HILLI Multi-family lot
being 82' x 92" In an ideal
location. Included in the sale
are plans for a triplex apartment
building. Web Ref: 564812.
Price: $105,000
JACARANDA! Large
residential lot with 11,361 SF
with underground utilities, a
park located in the centre of
this development & soon to be
gted. Web Ref: 565123.
Price: $160,000
SANDYPORTI 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. Lots
more to appreciate Web Ref:
564821. Price: $1.9M
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
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PARADISE IS! Offering the
discerning owner the height of
sophisticated island living.
Residence exudes refinement.
Web Ref: 10155. Price:
$640,000
FOR RENT
COMPASS POINT! Lovely
lbd/1bt condo with incredible
ocean views. Features include
on-site laundry facilities and a
pool. In turnkey condition.
Rental price includes water.
Web Ref: 563479. Price:
$1,700 p/m
PROSPECT RIDGE! Lovely
2bd/2.5bt townhouse
overlooking the golf course and
ocean. Offered fully furnished.
Web Ref: 564359. Price:
$2,000 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Features of
this 2bd/2bt apt. include central
a/c, marble tiled floors
throughout and a fully equipped
open kitchen. Located in an
intimate gated complex just
steps to a sandy white beach.
Web Ref: 563955. Price:
$2,200 p/m
CABLE BEACH Fully
furnished 2bd/2bt Bahama
Cottage located in gated,
intimate community with open
well-equipped kitchen, granite
countertops, tiled throughout &
rear porch. Shared pool. Web
Ref: 565064. Price: $2,500
p/m
WESTWARD VILLAS! Newly
renovated 3bd/2.5bt home just
a hop and a skip from a school,
shopping, entertainment &
beaches. Tastefully furnished
with top of the line finishes.
Web Ref: 565122. Price:
$3,500 p/m
DELAPORTE! Oceanfront
3bd/2.5bt townhouse in gated
complex with pool and beach.
Central a/c and an extended
patio with water front views.
Fully furnished. Web Ref:
565118. Price: $3,500 p/m
GROVE! 3bd/2.5bt with a one-
car garage. Fully furnished &
equipped. Move-in condition.
Web Ref: 565068. Price:
$3,600 p/m
DELAPORTE POINT! Just
steps away from the ocean this
3bd/3.5bt condo is a special
find. Lovely waterfront views,
bamboo wood flooring,, new
windows, recessed lights and
modern kitchen Web Ref:
565002 Price: $3,800 p/m
EASTERN RD! Sparkling
swimming pool and a seawall
with steps down to the water,
as well as panoramic views of
Montagu Bay, this 3bd/5bt is
the perfect place. Lots of
special features at this home
with almost 3,000 SF of living
space. Call to view today. Web
Ref: 565129. Price: $5,000
p/i
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs


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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 1 bth $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 Charlottevllle 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 Sandyport 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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Foxdale Sub. Lot $65,000
Claridgedale Sub. Corner lot
$63,000
Serenity-Gated. Single & Multi
Family lots starting @ $80,000
South Seas-Gated: lots
starting @ $83,796
Coral Breezes- Family lots
starts @$99,500
Westwlnds-Gated Lot $95,000
Lyford Hills great living, Lots
starting @ $117,600
Airport Industrial Park
10,085sq. ft. $115,000
Destinl Lakes: lots starts @
$99,000
Coral Vista -Dual road access
$110,000
Silver Cay: 3 bed .2 bath
Condo with exceptional Sea
View $330,000
Charlottesville- Gated Lot
$149,500
Saffron Hill lots Starting @
$175,000,
South Westridge: With Lake
View $237,000
Balmoral Gated: lots
$238,000.00
Indigo -Out West Lot with Sea
View $240,000
Infant View Road: Large lot
$250,000
Serenity Estates lots 100 x
304 $250,000.00
Westridge: Large Lot
22,000sq.ft $300,000
Westrldge: Large lot 1.2 Acres
$390,000
East Street: Large Commercial
Lot w/ Structure $400,000
St. Albans Drive off West Bay
St. walk to beach:
Large 2 bed 2 bath furnished
condo $189,000
Off Marshall Road: 2 bed 1
bath Duplex $225,000.
Rawson Court: 3 bed 3 bath
Condo, Exceptional Sea View
$399,000
Glengarriff Gardens: Two
Storey Home 4 bed 2 bath
$418,000
Sandford Drive: 3 bed 2.5
Bath House $450,000
Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed 3
bath house with
Tennis Court on two Lots
$463,000
Sulgrave Manor. 2 bed 2 Bath
Townhouse $475,000
Westward Villas: 3 bed 2.5
bath full A/C Town House
Condo Front and rear
balconies, garage, pvt yard
$495,000
Meeting Street: Split-level
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
Airport Industrial Park:
Warehouse / Office building on
Large Lot Sold Furnished
$1,200,000.00
Oakes Field: Commercial
Building 23,700 sq ft
warehouse and office 1.1 Acre
land$1,500,000
Ph: 328-2001 / 326-4400
Fax: 356-4044


(JACK ISAACS



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 BY OWNER
INDIGO, WEST BAY STREET
OCEAN VIEW LOT
$249,000 GROSS
TEL. 424-3678

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Multi-Family Lot
Location: Step Street
Size 85x125, $80,000
Tel:324-9537, 356-8381.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Tropical Gdns, 7,88sq.ft.
2 Ibts each valued at $110,100
asking $95,00 each Phone 327-
8388,
TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Attractive hill view property in
Blue Hill Heights, over 7,000
sq.ft. $92,000.
Call 325-2201, or 466-7021.

MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY
FOR SALE
HillCrest Subd Corner Lot
Price $77,500.00
Tel: 394-1333, 326-89616

TRIPLEX PROPERTY
with foundation for sale plans
included 8,322 square feet
$120,000.00 or nearest offer
361-3291/376-6308.
MULTI-FAMILY LOT
140x140 Freeport,$29,000
1(242)375-7478 /1(242)373-
1666
email:teezzer76 @ hotmall.com


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LIGHTHOUSE
REAL ESTATE
Telephone
242-363-3958/427-8970
422-1347
FOR SALE
Paradise Island: 3-bed, 3 1/2-
bath Townhouse on Cabbage
Beach, furnished, 1900sq.ft.,
$820,00.00.
VACANT LOTS
Westrldge: Triplex Lots, 9,400-
11,400sq.ft.
Price $140,000- $285,000
4-plex 6-plex lots, 13,000-
17,000sq.ft. $350,000,
$400,000.

SAFFRON HILL LOTS For
Sale become a part of this
luxury, gated community,
West Bay, 7,000 sq.ft.
Priced at $165K
1-242-445-2498, or 357-3664.

THE SERENITY SPECIALIST
reserve land in the most
affordable gated community
western Nassau one lot left at
$80,000, only 5% to reserve.
1-242-445-2498, or 357-3664.

TRIPLEX FOR SALE
ABACO, BAHAMAS
3 2-bed, 1.5 bath twonhouse
$349K obo. Close to Great
Cistern with seaviews.
1-242-445-2498, or 357-3664.

TRIPLEX PROPERTY with
completed foundation. Gated
community Burvic Close, off
Prince Charles, $135,000 Net.
Mrs Davis, 356-6482/454-7890.

FOR ALL YOUR APPRAISAL
needs call Sally Hutcheson,
SalCo Real Estate,
Tel 328-6672.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Fritz Lane, 50x100, $43,000
Tel: 323-5519
,leave a message
WESTRIDGE DRIVE LOT
$239,000 NET.
UPSCALE AREA
Get In before Bahamar
starts!l 427 3588.

FOR SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$350K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.
LOTS
OWNER FINANCING
Good Terms, 5% Down
Nassau-South Ocean
Estates: 10,194 square feet,
$135,000
North Andros: 3 acres,
$32,500
Long Island: 4 acres with
seaviews, $155,000
Eleuthera: waterfront lot,
Caribbean side, $65,000
Abaco: waterfront lot with
power, $20,000
Call 557-1891


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REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
Commercial Building for sale by
owner. 7,200 sq.ft. Prime
Location- Harold Road. 3700
sq.ft. (High Cubic) warehouse
space with additional
Mezzanine rental Space (1538
sq.ft) Asking 1.1Million Net
(neg) Call 326-1084- Leave
voice message.

FOR SALE
MULTI-FAMILY LOT No 303;
WESTWINDS SUBDIVISION
60x1 00
FANTASTIC PRICE
$128,Q00 (or nearest offer)
GROSS.
Serious inquiries only.
422-1023, 325-5186

FOR SALE
Triplex property in West
Winds, gated community
7339 sq ft. only $150,000
Call 361-3918
LOT FOR SALE By Owner
Single Family Lot 60x131
(7,860sq.ft.)
Charlotesville Estates"
$165,000 Gross.
Phone 393-3768, 422-6604.

FOR RENT,

UNFURNISHED 2 bed/1 bath
apartment. $700 per month.
Telephone 394-8726
(evenings 6pm to 8pm).

UNFURNISHED Two-bedroom
Apt Romer St, Fox Hill; water
included, $650/mth, first and
last plus $50 sec deposit. Call
'364-3912.

1 2-BEDROOM, 1 1-BATH,
CARMICHAEL ROAD, $650.
Water included.
1 1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
$550. Water included.
Tel: 324-7518, or 393-0830.

UNFURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
Efficiency for rent $600.
Light and water included.
Trinidad Avenue,
Elizabeth Estates.
Contact:457-1828, 324-2482.
1 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, APT,
fridge, stove, a/c, blinds, alarm,
water, washer. First and last
month's rent. $750 per month,
security deposit $500. Phone
424-0790/468-9973, 362-0129.

1-BEDROOM & 1- BATH
For rent. Out West,
$115 a week.
Serious inquiries only.
Tel 328-4287/327-5839.


NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedrooms,
2 bath, semi-furnished
apartment Blue Hill Road South
near Beach. Central a/c,
burglar bars, fenced-in yard,
wooden ceiling, security screen
doors, ceiling fans, stainless
steel fridge, stove, walki-in
closet, utility room, jacuzzi tub,
blinds. Water Included.
$1500/pm Serious inquiries
only please.
Tel 424-9367, 376-3067,
225-9754.


FOR RENT |






irnquest, Property
MANAGaMENTr f RENTALS
FOR RENT
CABLE BEACH: Gated.
Furnished 2-bed, 2-bath apt,
panoramic ocean view, central-
air, laundry facilities within
walking distance to shopping
centre. No children or pets.
WESTWARD VILLAS:
Furnished 2-bed, 3-bath house,
'a/c, ceiling fans, dish washer,
laundry facilities & pool.
B$2,000.00

MEADOWS ST: 650sq.ft. shop
space for rent, central-air,
security bars. Water included,
$750.
WINTON MEADOWS: Gated.
Furnished 2-bed, 2.5-bath
townhouse, c/a, ceiling fans,
laundry facilities. $1,2000. No
children or pets.
SEA BREEZE LANE:
Furnished 1-bedroom apt, a/c,
ceiling fan, $580. No children or
pets.
WESTRIDGE EST: Furnished
2-bed, 1.5-bath cottage,
central-air, laundry facilities,
$1,250
WESTRIDGE EST: Gated.
Furnished 2-bed, 2.5-bath
townhouse, central-air, pool,
B$1,500.00
Turnquest Property
Management
.,Tel:324-3060
SPACIOUS 1 bedroom
apartment. Light .Water, cable,
a/c, fridge, stove, $650 per
month. 455-5741/364-9327.

UNFURNISHED TWO (2)
bedroom one (1) bathroom
apartment for rent with
ceiling fan, a/c water included
Carmichael area off Rocky Pine
Road $700.00
1st, last & security deposit
required. 361-3291/434-0938

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Stevenson Subdivision, off
Mackey St, $750 per month,
first and last month required &
security deposit $750.
Serious inquiries only.
Phone 323-5643,' 323-0047,
552-9358.


TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH
walk-in closet apt. Pandra Rosa
Estate, Faith Ave west, off
Hamster St, fridge, stove
washer, dryer blinds, bars,
water, A/C in master room.
$850 monthly, 1st, last plus
$600 sec dep. 326-5849, 425-
4599, 393-6450/1.
1-BED,1-BATH, Blue Hill
Heights, beautiful view.
fridge,stove,washer/dryer,
a/c & water included,
$750 per month.
Tel:457-3766/341-5888.


I FOR RENT |
1-BED/1I-BATH APARTMENT
central-air, kitchen appliances,
water included, cable &
wireless ready, $700/month.
502-1421/341-5240, 426-7382
Faith Ave Nofth.
1 BED, 1 BATH APT for rent
Water & a/c included. $550 p/m
Cowpen Road. 427-1789, 327-
5133, 436-8207.
1-BED, 1-BATH, central a/c,
water, gas, cable, burglar bars,
wireless Internet. $650/pm.
558-5451.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Nassau East. Appliances
included, $600/pm, first, last
$400 security.
535-6305, 364-9409.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
unfurnished, Carmichael Road,
.Water, light & cable, req.
$600 p/m, first, last, sec of
$300. 361-6071/468-3582.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
fridge, stove, water, gas, cable.
600/mth, first, last, sec $300.
Tel 364-1147.
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 for rent,
security bars, fridge, stove,
light, water included.
Phone 328-0872.
1-BEDROOM APT, $500/mthly
Air-condition, water included.
Cable, telephone ready.
Bricknock Sub-dividion,
Carmichael Road.
Phone 357-9229

1-BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, security screens,
water and electricity.
No kids/pets. $550,
Soldier Road.
Tel:357-8106.
1-BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, security screens and
water. No pets/kids. $525/pm.
Soldier Road. Tel 357-8106.
1-BEDROOM spacious apt
semi-furnished fridge, stove
a/c, ceiling fans, fenced-in yard
$550/mth, first and last with
$300 sec dep. Johnson for
Valentine Subd, Fox Hill. 364-
3691, or 557-1205.
1-BEDROOM, SPACIOUS,
unfurnished apt, South Beach,
light/water/b/bars.
$580/mth, first/last, $350 sec.
No pets/children. 392-
5923/376--0774.


1BED, 1BATH, off Gladstone
Road, $600 p/m, $400 sec.
Water, a/c units, stove
incldued. 376-6056/535-4387.
1 BED/1 BATH, unfurnished
Malcolm Allotment.
$500 Move in $1,000.
324-1700.

2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH APT for
rent, Coral Harbour. 456-7531


I FOR RENT 1

2 BED, 1 BATH, Boatswain Hill
near corner harbour.
Fridge, stove, water, alarm,
central-air included. $700/pm.
544-3095.

2 BED 2 BATH, APT in the
south, asking $650..00 per
month, water included burglar
bars, ph# 449-9625 5 days
2 BED, 1 BATH APT, off Boyd
Rd. Water included. $700/mth,
first, last and $400 sec. 325-
6992(d), 326-4479(N).
2 BEDROOM Light & cable
$750
1 BEDROOM Light & cable
$600
Tel:393-8264.
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Florida Court, Englerston,
$650 monthly, first & $400 sec
Tel. 356-7544.
2 BEDROOM APT $675/mth,
first, last +$500 security. Alarm,
bars, a/c. Tel 424-0091.

2 BEDROOM APT 7th Street
fridge, stove & water included
$700 per month, $400 sec dep
1st 7 last +sec dep required.
Phone 556-9661.
2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE
with 6 month lease. Water and
cable included. One month free
light. $600. Sandilands Village
Road. Phone 364-4770, 323-
5649.
2 BEDROOM, 2.5 "
BATHROOM TOWNHOUSE
"w/pool in Coral Vista
Completely furnished, $1,950 a
month. Only appliances
included, $1,500 a month
a/c, security screens, wooden
blinds & water included.
Call 357-5747
2 BEDROOM, unfurnished apt
DAMINGO HEIGHTS,
Light, water. First/last month
rent. $300 security deposit.
324-0722 ask for Francis
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 @'$155 p/w.
No pets. One person only. 341-
1675/557-9633/427-0069
2 SANDYPORT CONDOS
3 bed beautiful condo $3,200,
also 3 bed townhouse $4,500 -
427-3588.

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).
2-BED, 1-BATH APT, remote
gate, b/screen, c/air, c/fans,
washer, dryer, water. $825/pm,
first, last, $800 sec dep. 556-
7177.


BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
TELEPHONE 425-2695


I FOR RENT 1
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Smith's Cove, off Joe
Farrington Road. Water
included. $750/month, $500
security. 361-034.
2-BEDROOM APT, fridge and
stove, b/bars, a/c, water &
laundry room included.
$700/pm, $500 sec dep.
Tel 341-4547, 465-2397,
565-2326.
2-BEDROOM, 1 BATH,
Romer Street. Water included.
$675/mth, 1 st, last, $500 sec.
Tel 422-6766.

2-BED, 1-BATH STAPLEDON
Fully furnished washer, dryer,
a/c, microwave, to, water,
cable, phone, fenced, $1000
month. First, last, $500 sec.
Tel:393-8317.
2-BED, 1-BATH, c/air, b/bars.
$750 per month.
Fridge/stove included.
Phone 425-5826/225-3995,
2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT
Water included $700 per month
1st & last, $400 sec.
Tel:477-7783, off Cowpen Rd.






2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
$700/mth, firstlight, security
dep. Water, intemet (wireless),
air-condition, alarm system,
ceiling fan.
Ph 361-0436, 454-4931

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Strachan Subdivision, off
Soldier Road. Centrally located
b/bars, a/c, ceiling fans, cable
stove and water included.
$700/pm, first & last, security
deposit $300.
Tel 341-8487, 359-2230.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
off Carmichael Road, central
air, ceiling fans, blinds and
water included. $725 month.
$500 sec. 557-5824
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, Sea
Breeze Lane, central air, water
included, $700/month, first, last
and $550 sec. 454-8931.
2-TWO BEDROOM SEMI-
FURNISHED &
1- ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT FULLY
FURNISHED FOR
RENT. LOCATED ON
SOLDIER ROAD, THE FIRST
YELLOW.AND GREEN TWO
STORY BUILDING DOWN
FROM BAMBOO SHACK.
$775.00 PER MONTH & 800
PER MONTH, CALL AT
356-9738 OR 356-9296.
2B, 1B APT East. Includes
water, w/d & c/a. $850/pm,
security $600.
Call: 364-1697 after 6pm,
428-8779.
2BED, 1 BATH, a/c & security
bars. Off Carmichael Rd.
$750/mth.
Tel 433-6333, or 393-7238.


I FOR RENT

3-BEDROOM APT FOR RENT
Light & water, stove & fridge
included. $1300 per month.
Phone 428-2419

2BED, 1BATH APT for rent
Evansville, Carmichael Rd
$700 per month, first, last & sec
dep. $300. Tel:556-1368/434
0111, or in the eve 362-0443.
2BEDI2BATH VILLA P
private pool,enclosed' garage
generator, central and window
a/c,alarm,hurricane shutters
bars,water holding tank. $3,00(
per month. Call 457-4185 t(
view. Serious inquiries only.

4-BED, 2-BATH
TEL 362-4560, 376-9766 call
after 5:30




JACK ISAACS
R EA L TY


RENTALS
REF# 48009 EASTERN
ROAD: 1bed, bath, Furnishec
$850
REF# 49209 PRINCE
CHARLES DRIVE: 2 beds, ;
baths, Semi-furnished $1,350
REF # 48409 WEST GROVE
2 beds, 2 baths, Unfurnishec
$1,500

REF# 47709 CABLE BEAC'
2 beds, 2.5 baths, Ser.
furnished $1,700..
REF# 59909 SANDY PORT
1bed, 1bath, fully furnished
Monthly $2,000
REF# 49309 LOVE BEACH
2 beds, 2 baths, Furnishec
$2,800
REF# 41409 ORANGE HILL
WEST: 2 beds, 2.5 baths
Furnished $3,000
REF# 42609 SANDY PORT
2 beds, 2.5 baths, Furnishec
Monthly $3,500
HIGHLAND VILLAS 1bed
1bath, Furnished REF#4870S
Monthly $1,800
CORALHARBOUR 4bed
3.5bath, Furnished REF#4380S
Monthly $3,000
JACK ISA,.-.
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
Info@bahamaspropertv.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH house
with fridge, stove, wate
included. Located Jubile(
Gardens off Fire Trail Rd
$1,000/mth, 1st, last $500 sec
dep. Phone 425-9156.
A ROOM FOR RENT
Four hundred a month $400 pe
month, everything Is Included
Phone 392-5950 cell 428-3636.


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FOR RENT

MONTEL HEIGHTS
2-bedroom apts for rent, a/c,
fenced-in yard. Water included.
$600 per month.
Tel:427-4557

5 SHOP SPACES
FOR LEASE, MUST SEE!
KIDDY SALON, ICE CREAM
PARLOUR AND REGULAR
SHOP SPACE.
LOCATED BLUE HILL SOUTH
NEXT TO BUY FOR LESS IN
THE AMUSEMENT PLAZA.
PHONE:361-1665.
BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH,
furnished, townhouse in private
subdivision opposite Old Fort
Bay, $3,000 per month.
Ideal for contract employees.
Phone 242-676-2070.
A SPACIOUS single bedroom
apt, fridge and stove,
air-condition, burglar bars, coin
operated washer and dryer,
water included, no
children, no pets, off Flamingo
Garden, $650 per month.
Phone:341-1205, 525-2743.
A SPACIOUS single bedroom
apt. Fridge and stove,
carpeting, air-condition, burglar
bars, coin operated washer,
water "and light included no
children, no pet, Foxdale Subd.
$700 per month. Phone 341-
1205, 525-2743.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
fully furnished 1-bed, 1-bath,
fridge and stove included.
Tel 364-2646.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
FOX HILL
2-BEDROOM(water), $600
First/ & last.
Telephone 364-8369.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
New 3 bed, kitchen bath,
$850 per month, first, last and
security, no pets. Water incl'ed.
323-2813:
BRAND NEW one bedroom
apartment Kool Acres
$600/mth, a/c, washer/dryer,
water included. 425-7588.

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
summerbreezeapts@hotmail.
comn

,.AND NEW, LARGE, 2-
bed/2-bath Apt,
Yamacraw Close, wooden
ceiling/b/bars/water/washroom,
cable/phone ready.
Enclosed yard.
Phone 364-0277.
CABLE BEACH MANOR.
Large oceanfront 2-bed, 2-bath,
up, balcony, $1,800.
AVAILABLE NOW. No
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
nowl


FOR RENT

BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS,
2-bed, 1-bath apt High Vista, off
Eastern Road. Water, b/bars,
Jacuzzi, laundry room, central-
air, fridge, stove, $1,000 p/mth,
first, last +$800 s/dep. 324-
2972, 454-7354.

BOATSWAIN, Carmichael
Road West efficiency,
furnished, light cable, water
included, a/c. 328-1150, or 565-
8018.

CABLE BEACH. Spacious 2-
bedoom apartment, patio, fully
furnished, equipped, $1,200.
Beach, pool rights. Near stores,
bus stop. Sara Court. Call 327-
7785 now!
CABLE BEACH:
2-bedroom, 1-bath, furnished,
$1,100 per month.
No children/pets.
Phone 376-4881.
Available March 1st.

COMMERCIAL SPACE
RENT NOW! Only $500/pm.
Tel 468-7452, 322-4260.

CORAL HARBOUR,
one bedroom apt, partly
furnished, water, alarm,
a/c included. $600 monthly.
Tel 362-1195, 395-6954.
DANOTTAGE ESTATES:
Quiet area. 2 bed, 1 bath, fridge
and stove, central air, burglar
bars, water included. Provision
for washer. $850/pm, first, last
+security deposit. 393-3406
after 6pm
DUPLEX FOR RENT
Eastern Estates: Available
March 15, 201, beautiful,
spacious, 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, burglar bars,
refrigerator & stove. Must see
to appreciate!
*Please phone 324-3361 after
5:30pm for appointment to
view.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
light, water, cable,
$150 per week, $200 deposit.
445-6470.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
off Carmichael Road,
all utilities included, b/bars,
semi-fumished, a/c, gated
environment, $750/pm
Tel 422-3962/565-9835.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
GARDEN HILLS #2.
$700 monthly, first/last plus
$400 security deposit. Fully
furnished, a/c, bars, utilities and
parking space.
364-2947, 324-5676, 425-
2692, Mrs Josey.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Phone 394-0648 evenings
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT.
Water, cable, stove included.
$600/mth, first, last
+$400 security.
Tel:394-1777. Soldier Road.,

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
$160 weekly or $650 monthly.
Off Solder Road
Phone 225-9825, or 425-9530.


FOR RENT

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT
1-bed, 1-bath, $750, furn
2-bed, 2-bath, $1500, furn
2-bed, 1-bath, $1700, furn
3-bed, 2-bath, $2,000, furn
3-bed, 2-bath $2,200, furn
PI East & West
Much more.
393-0868/454-1230, 393-2559

FAIRLY NEW 2-bedrooms, 2-
bathrooms apartment.
Located Joan's Height,
South Beach. Refrigerator,
stove,washer and water
included. Air-condition in
bedrooms. Interested call 324-
4961 after 4pm, 357-8330
FULLY FURNISHED
efficiency, light, water, cable
incl'd. $500/mth, first, last
+$200 ec. Elizabeth Estate.
Call 324-0546.
NEW APTS Deliverance Way
(Malcolm Allotment near
Kennedy Subdivision): 2 bd x 1
bth; c/fans; A/C; burglar bars;
gated; cable & tel ready;
unfurnished; $700/mth; 1st &
last + Sec. Contact Mrs. Reece
at 376-3880.

FURNISHED ROOM w/private
bath, Chipingham. Cable TV,
utilities, maid service, laundry
$150/week. No kids. 327-7784.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT. B/screens.
Private entrance.
No children. 341-4265.
HAIR AND NAIL BOOTH
for rent. Carmichael.
Tel: 341-1649 or 454-2578
HANNA ROAD:
*1-Bedroom, $575.00
*2-Bedroom, $725.00
Fridge, stove, water, a/c in
bedrooms. Gated
Phone:364-2023, 432-8950
HOME in VICTORIA
GARDENS off Glandstone
Road, 3 bed, 2 bath, s/bars,
c/air, $1,000/pm 1st, last + s/d.
Only serious inquiries. 361-
4815, 436-2763, or 552-3308.
HOUSE FOR RENT 2-bed, 2-
bath. Very spacious. Enclosed
yard. Water included. Must see
to appreciate $800month, 1st,
last, security deposit $400.
Contact 468-5399. Mount
Tabor East, off Charles
Saunders Highway.
JOHNSON ESTATES:
One bedroom studio. Cable
water and telephone included
$175 per week.
Phone 242-324-6310
MONTAGU VILLAS, Village
Road, furnished, air-
conditioned efficiency, gate
community, pool, wash house,
$170/weekly, $650/month
Includes electricity, water. Call
376-5888.

SNASSAU EAST:
4 bedroom, 2.5-bath,
security bars,
large enclosed yard, stove, a/c,
quiect area.
Call:-325-5228 after 5:30pm.


FOR RENT

NEAR PARADISE ISLAND.
1-bedroom, 1-bath,furnished,
$700 per month,
Semi-furnished $600 per
month. Water included.
No children/no pets.
Phone 376-4881.









FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT. CALL 341-8096

MOUNT VERNON: 2-bed, 1-
bath, fully furnished. Water
included, security guard
service, wash house for
tenants use only. First and last
month's required. Security
deposit. $900 per month.
Phone 393-9288, or 393-8257.

NAIL ROOMS AND BOOTHS
Located: Rosetta St.
$125 & $100 weely.
Call 436-6015, or 225-1355.
GREAT RENTAL DEAL!
2 newly built 1-bedroom apt for
rent, semi-furnished or
unfurnished, fridge, stove, a/c,
c/fan, sec/bar, Saunders Road,
off Farrington Road near JFK,
COB students negotiable. 357-
8713.
NEWLY BUILT 2 1-bed, 1-
bath, spacious apartments
semi-furnished, fridge & stove,
a/c, water incl. Cowpen Road,
behind gate & $800/pm, 1st &
last month, security deposit.
$400. Tel392-8192, 422-3300.
NEWLY BUILT one bedroom
apt semi-furnished, Hollywood
Subd. Must see to appreciate.
Call Mrs Smith, 423-2345, 341-
5047, Mr Smith 429-7329
NEWLY BUILT, 1 bedroom apt
fridge, stove and stackable
washer & dryer incl also b/bars
and blinds installed and basi
cable incl. for $700 p/m.i
Suitable for a couple or an
individual, no pets allowed.
Located MtTabor Gardens, off
Carmichael Road West.
Interested persons can contact,
422-0290.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
525-8069, 325-3939, 357-4214







OFFICE/SHOP SPACE
Madeira Street, Palmdale
downstairs w/central air, $1100
month.

OFFICE/SHOP FOR RENT
Robinson Rd upstairs,
$720/month.
Tel 325-287.325-0287


FOR RENT

OFF GLADSTONE ROAD
One two-bedroom, 1-bath
apt, stove, fridge, a/c, alarm
system, cable ready.
325-5228 after 5:30pm

OFF WULFF ROAD:
One bedroom partly furnished
apartment, fridge, stove and
water included, $150 per week
One Efficiency unit $150 per
week, all utilities included.
Phone 242-323-4970
ONE BED, ONE BATH APT,
light, water, cable, Internet,
fridge, stove, window blinds, a/c
included, $600/pm, first and last
month, $300 security
deposit. Phone 456-9594.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
with water included, $550
monthly. Located Poinciana
Ave, Coconut Grove.
Phone 323-2170, cell 357-
5741.
-ONE BEDROOM APT
$475 month, 300 sec.
Water included. Air-condition.
Sandiland Village Road. 557-
0869, or 364-8723
ask for George.
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
$580 per month. Phone 392-
6079, 448-5653.
ONE BEDROOM efficiency apt.
Furnished. Open plan with
separate bathroom. Light, water
and cable included. Own
parking space and washer
included. Security bars and
A/C. Located in secure
premises in quiet estarn New
Providence area. Within
walking distance of food store,
beach and sporting facilities.
$175 per week. First and last
week's rent, pis $300 sec dep.
No pets or children. Single
person, aged 25+ and non-
smoker preferred. Must be
employed. Weekday viewing
water 8pm. Tel 324-9714.
ONE-BEDROOM, unfurnished
apt, Fire Trail Road. Water &
cable included. Standby
generator, electronic gate,
central air, burglar bars.
$575/mth. For further info
contact Mr Hanna, 423-1623.

PARADISE ISLAND:
2 bed, 3 bath Villa, private pool,
fully furnished. A bargain at $
2,500.00 per month
Ph. 327-7772
PARADISE ISLAND;
Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close
to beach, $950. Call 468-4915.

PINEWOOD GARDENS
2 bed, 1 bath house
Light, water and cable,
$850 p/m
Tel:225-2664, 431-4131
REDLAND ACRES, off Solider
Road, 1-bedroom. Llight/water
included. $530/mth, first, last,
$300 sec. Tel: (H)324-6014.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Completely furnished private
bathrooms. Light, water,
cable, gas included.
324-5276, 359-0523


FOR RENT







RENTAL
St Andrews Beach, 2 bed, 1.5
bath townhouse, $1,000
Sandyport, brand new 4 bed,
3.5 bath, townhouse, $3,900
Semi-furnished, $4,500
Gleniston Gardens, 1 bed, 1.
bath apartment, $900
Tel:465-8951
aadderley @ yahoo.com

SMITH COVE: Spacious
2-bedroom, 1-bath apartment
fridge, stove, water, central a/c
alarm and enclosed back yard.
$800 monthly, first/last $500
security. 324-1810/525-9099.
SOUTH BEACH: 2-bedroom,
1-bath, fully furnished, a/c in
both bedrooms. Property fully
secured. Water included $80C
per month, $600 security
deposited. 457-4488, or 436--
2116.
UNFURNISHED, PARTLY new
apt, Stapledon Gardens, 2-bed,
1-bath, b/bars, enclosed yard.
$850 per ,month, first, last,
security. Available July 2011.
Tel 424-5395.
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.
-,.






PAT STRACHAN
.eaY 9Pa.1
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. 12ft. Pull-up door,
bath, $4,000.00 per month.
Tel 323-1983, 323-4381

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

X-LARGE, nicely furnished
1-bedroom apartment tiled,
ceiling fans, a/c, two minutes
from Paradise Island private
sub-division, secure & quiet
water & gas included.
Telephone, cable & laundry
available Must see to
appreciate. $695/pm.
Phone:393-5014.


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FOR RENT
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom
apartment, Pineyard Road.
$600/mth, first, last +security
deposit. Phone 364-0502.
SPACIOUS, UNFURNISHED,
2-bedroom apt, South Beach
Estates (W). Fenced-in. Water,
s/bar and hurricane shutters
incl. $600 p/m, 1st, last & s/d,
Phone:359-1043, 557-0333, or
392-2087 before 9am, or after
7pm.
SPRINGFIELD ROAD, FOX
HILL: 2 bedroom apt, excellent
condition come with water, a/c
security screens. $650 per
month, $300 security 676-3036,
557-1503, 448-6579.
SUMMER HAVEN, 2-
bedroom, 2 bath, unfurnished
apt with fridge & stove, security
screen, air-condition bedrooms
and water included, Summer
Haven, Blue Hill Road, South
$800/pm 1st and last mouth
plus $500 security required.
Phone 557-4130 daytime or
392-7966 evenings.
TOWN COURT 1-bedroom apt
for rent, $1,000 monthly,
security dep. Call 468-4488.
TOWNHOUSE LEEARD EAST
2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, water,
appliances included, a/c, $1500
2 APARTMENTS, Joe
Farrington Road, 2 bedroom, 1
bath, appliances, a/c, water.
$850
Tel: 364-1734, 466-9323.
TROPICAL GARDENS 3-bed,
2-bath, $1,200
4-bed, 3-bath Yamacraw
$1,800
JOE FARINGTON 2-bed, 1-
bath $700
LESLIE ESTATES, gated,
community, 1-bed, 1-bath, pool
& laundry, $650 & $700
CABLE ,BEACH, fully
furnished, $1,500
WESTRIDGE 2,200, fully
furnished cable, internet, water
private pool security system.
Telephone
324-4441/357-3412/433-1952.,
TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH
apartment situate off McKinney
Drive. Fridge, stove, washer,
dryer, microwave, central air-
condition and water included.
$900 per month, first, last and
security deposit of $300.00.
Call Mrs Wilson 431-1865,

WANTS
TO SHARE

BEAUTIFUL & ATTRACTIVE
townhouse apt room mate to
share, $650/mth, first, last,
+$300 security.
341-1237/565-9455.
HOUSE TO SHARE
for $95 weekly, $374 monthly
1 person on $425 to $525
2 persons 3-bed, 1-bath,
ph, cabin, a/c,
Ph 535-5949/324-9833


POSITION
WANTED I

POSITION WANTED,
hHonest, reliable lady needed
to work hot dog stand Monday-
Friday salary $150 plus
commission
Ph 323-5149/465-7505

21-YEAR OLD psychology
major seeks part-time job.
Previously worked in Floor
Sales, Reception, Inventory
Control and.Casher.
Tel 359-3408/328-4408.

26-YEAR-OLD seeking job
cleaning or baby-sitting. 565-
8790/432-3875.
44-YEAR OLD LADY seeks
live-in job as housekeeper,
baby-sitter or taking care of
the elderly.
Tel: 394-8546, 565-7539.
AN HONEST AND RELIABLE
lady seeks job as live-in
helper/baby-sitter, or to take
care of elderly. Tel 468-8334.

HONEST LADY seeks weekly
job live-in/out days/nights as
baby-sitters, housekeeper,
caring for elderly. 468-
4274/341-5492.
LADY seeking live-in- job to
look after the elderly (male or
female).Tel 558-2389
LADY seeks day work.
Tel 455-9507.

LADY seeks job live-in night,
baby-sitter look after the elderly
days, weekly. Please call 432-
2494.

NEED HOUSEKEEPER?
We have them all.
Properly screened,
well groomed and ready.
Call now! 327-5670.


HELP WANTED

SEEKING FULL-TIME retail
managers to work in our
boutiques in Nassau &
Paradise Island. Must have 5+
years experience in luxury
fashion apparel and/or high-end
jewelry & watches. Seeking
candidates that have chosen
retail as their career and would
be willing to work long term.
Must have proven sales record
and excellent management
skills. Position requires strong
background in management,
inventory, scheduling, product
training, human resources, and
loss prevention duties.
Experience in Retail Pro a plus.
Must be fluent in English.
Knowledge of Spanish or
another foreign language a
plus. Candidate must live in
Nassau or be willing to relocate
at own expense. Please send
a detailed resume and a cover
letter to
careers@ hillsidebahamas.com,
explaining your interest in the
position, availability, &. salary
requirements. Please also
include a photo if available.


HELP WANTED

3 HARDSCAPE SPECIALIST
and
Horticulture Specialist needed,
5 days a week.
P.O. Box N1968

DRIVER/DELIVERY PERSON
NEEDED
Hours: 10am-3:30pm
Days: Mon-Fri
Pay: $220 per week
Phone 394-4082.
HANDYMAN NEEDED for
James A Rolle. Only serious
persons need apply.
Call 364-8826
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TEACHER NEEDED FOR
SEPTEMBER 2011
Must have at least two years
teaching experience and a
Bachelor's degree in Education.
Clean police record and
excellent references required.
Please e-mail resume to
teachingposition2011@gmail.
com

ASSISTANT MANAGER
NEEDED. Tel 361-7413.

AVON
Buy,.Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556
kempcorp@hotmail.com

AVON
Need extra cash?
Join today for FREE
Call 341-8173, or 341-3819

BARBER NEEDED FOR
SHOP on main Pinewood
Drive. Rent starts @ $50 per
week. Call:427-1940

BARTENDER/SERVER
NEEDED
Max Conch Bar and Grill
Deadman's Cay, Long Island
Call 242-337-0056,
or e-mail
max@maxconchbar.com

BUS DRIVER NEEDED
Must be 25 year & older
Must have drug test, police
record, current public service
driver's licence. -
324-0722, 5,65-0436
ask for Francis.

CARETAKER TO CARE FOR
1 child and perform general
house work. Fax resume to
326-3779.

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE
SCHOOL
Dean's Lane at Fort Charlotte
N assau, Bahamas
Tel:;322-4271/4
Is accepting -applications for
September. 201.1, at Grade
Levels. Kindergarten 'through
Grade 10.
TESTING DATE:
MARCH 15TH, MARCH 25
9:00AM
Application packages available
at the school office Monday
through Friday, 8:30- 4:00pmr
Deadline for receipt of
applications:
Friday, March 25th-


HELP WANTED
AS SEEN ON TV
CALORAD ADVANCE
Loose weight while you sleep.
Genetically formulated for the
Caribbean lifestyle
Collagen based, safe and
effective. Over 7 million bottles
sold. Ask about lucrative
affiliate program and free
weight loss ring when you join.
Call weight loss, etc. 305-576-
5774 or visit us @
www.weightlossetc.asantae.co
m.
COLORS HAIR STUDIO
is expanding and has
2 styling booths for rent.
Semi-private, excellent for
high end clients.
25% off on All
Advance Classes
Call 326-0177, Rosetta St &
Mount Royal/Hawkins Hill.

LondonParisNewYork
Couture
'Nassau's newest upscale
boutique is looking for
2 SALES ASSISTANTS.
Please email your resume to:
londonparisnewyorkcou
ture@hotmail.com
Send a email for any other
inquiries.
Starting salary $700.00 a
month plus commission on a
monthly basis.

DATA CONVERSION AND
MANAGEMENT COMPANY
HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR:
DATA ENTRY AND
CONVERSION PERSONNEL.
Candidates should be proficient
in the use of computers and the
following software:
-Microsoft Excel -and Access
-Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat
-Omnipage Pro
Please forward resume to:
Human Resources Manager
realdata@batelnet.bs
or PO Box CB 12957,
Nassau, Bahamas.
ELEMENTARY TEACHER
WANTED
Able to follow curriculum with
minimal supervision
Versatile in the classroom
Call 394-7393-
HANDYMAN NEEDED
must be able to do landscape
and other tasks working 5 days
a week. $250 per week.
Call 242-324-6747, or,
cell 242-432-2838.
HONEST, RELIABLE
Freelance Helpers
for a variety of odd jobs.
Ages: 20-35 years.
Telephone 392-5364.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED:
Cleaning & organizational skills
a must. Food preparation and
experience caring for young
children required. Must be able
to travel & work flexible hours.
Please call 676-3388 for more
information. Leave a message.


I HELP WANTED

LOGISTICS COORDINATOR
WANTED
Logistics Coordinator needed to
manage equipment and
resources for a large construc-
tion project. Experience and
knowledge of the construction
industry is a must. Responsi-
bilities include keeping precise
records of the distribution and
allocation of equipment and
supplies for the project and the
tacking of records and other
data. The'-successful applicant
must have strong analytical and
interpersonal skills, be
proficient at using computers
for data management, ability to
analyze reports, be good at
solving problems, and have
excellent communication skills.
A Bachelor's degree in logistics
or experience in coordinating
construction projects is
required. Apply in writing to
C14404, c/o The Tribune PO
Box N3207, Nassau

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
required to care for a large
home in the western part of
New Providence.
*Interested persons should be
in good physical and mental
health, as the home is multi
floors and requires a lot of
stair climbing.
-Persons should have a good
working knowledge of
electronic appliances. Chores
include cleaning, ironing,
washing and some cooking for
young children after school.
*Caring for a six year old child
and assisting with school work
and ability to speak and teach
Spanish are required.
-Preference will be given, to
persons with a driver's
license. Health certificate and
Police record are required
along with three written
references.
Call to set up an interview 357-
8843 or.322-6713.

WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT
NEEDED
Must be proficient in
QuickBooks. experience in a
similar role would be an asset.
Interested persons forward your
resume to:
info@ friendlyrxgroup.com or
PO Box CR-54263.
HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED
to take care of physically
challenged.
Phone 392-7966 evenings.
MAID NEEDED
FOR HOUSEWORK.
CONTACT: 432-1912
MAID WANTED.
Please call 322-8567.
MEDICAL PRACTITIONER:
Expanding Health care
company is seeking a
motivated General Practitioner
to join its team. Interested in a
multi-disciplinary modern
environment where one can
make one's mark.
Forward your resume
info @ friendlyrxgr6up.com.
NAIL TECHS NEEDED
also Nail Booth For Rent
Ph: 423-0858/436-0619. ask for
Raquel


HELP WANTED
















PART-TIME WORKERS
needed doing simple cotnputt
work from home.
PART-TIME WORKERS
needed doing simple cospu
Weekly pay.Apply at
firstclass64@hotmail.com

LOOKING FOR entrepreneur
of the following languages.,:
Indian, Russian, .Frenc,
German, Spanish, Portugue ,
Italian, Chinese & English.
Please e-mail:
qualify ifelover @ gmail.co
or call 525-5219.
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
.NEEDED
for September 2011.
Must have at least two year
experience and a preschon
teaching certificate.
Clean police record and
excellent references required
Please e-mail resume to
teachingposition2011 @gma
com.
QUICK START JOB
TRAINING .
Medical Courses
Medical Transcription .
Physical Therapy Asst Fun
Intro to Optical Assisting
Intro to Pharmacy Technicia
Adm Medical Assisting Fun
Intro to Dental Assisting
Call 323-4347, or visit
www.esbahamas.com
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE
COMPANY HIRING A
SENIOR SALES
REPRESENTATIVE with m
than 2 years experience. T
candidate must meet sale
goals, be professional, relia
and self motivated. They
require extensive sales
experience, excellent
communication and
interpersonal skills, are higl
Energy and oal oriented te
player and possess a vali
drivers license.
Please forward resumes tc
info @ islandjewelsbahamas.

SALES ASSISTANT
'Male or female eager to m
people $200/wk.
Tel 565-0927
SEEKING A FRENCH
speaking nanny for two boy
live-in/out must be able to
travel. Call 354-8841.
serious candidates only. ,
WANTED
.Manager with 10-15 years
experience with computer skills.
Candidate must follow world-
wide safety requirements. Send
resume to: PO Box N4884.


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NATURAL HAIR CLASSES
TEL 676-3290


PURE HAIR AND NAIL
BEAUTY SPA
Tel: 322-2801
All Hair styles
From $9.99 to $39.99


NAILS BY VALENCIA
-TAMMY TAYLOR HANDS &
FOOT $36.00
-NATURAL TIP HAND & TIPS
ON BIG TOES $25.00
-BASIC MANICURE &
PEDICURE $30.00
-NATURAL TIPS ON HANDS-
WITH AIRBRUSH WHITE &
TOE POLISH $30.00
By Appointment only
525-9917/392-2143


SPECIAL
Full set $18.00
Tammy Taylor $25
with any service
2 FREE design
Phone 322-1205
NAILS ON A BUDGET
Tammy Taylor hand/feet $45
Air Brush (white) hand/feet $40
Air Brush (colours) $50
Full set $15
Pedicure $20
Super Wedding Packages
Tel:325-6172, 465-1788
NEED YOUR HAIR to BRAID
Big Special
Rope twist ...................$60 up
Invisible Corn Row ... ...$50
Afro Kinky ..................... $40 up
Tel:449--8077
MOSB.E HAIRSTYLIST
Loc Maintenance, Braids, Rope
Twists. Kinky Twists. Shingles.


Ph: 477-7191, 323-4663 or
364-7613


BUILDING YOUR OWN HOME
Using our system
You save 15%
Costs +75% per year on A/C.
Free consultation, 544-9316.
BUSINESS PROS to prepare
letters, court summons, etc
Process servers and
messengers available. 392-
5364.
COMPUER/FAX/PRINTER/
OFFICE/QUICKBOOKS
Onsite Service Technician.
Call 445-6507
PC Tower $250
Flat PC Monitor $125
BRAIDING -WEAVING
*NAILS -ROPE TWIST
Very reasonable prices al
types hear.
Tel:364-0560 and 467-3878.
DA NATURAL YOU
HERITAGE SALON
has relocated on Robinson
Road next to Pickstock Dental.
For more info call 325-4247.


DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
PACKAGES
Arch plans as low as $600.00.
Call 364-9409, 535-6305
for details.


Weaving and more. DO YOU HAVE a piece o1
556-7290/362-1116. Vacant land and in need o1
quick cash? 322-8856/326-
0883.
BLINDS SALES, REPAIRS
*? and installations also
Installation, or drapes,
'valances, rods, etc. Phone 535-
0260, 433-0598.
HAVING PROBLEMS with your
Computer?
Can't get online?
Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep freezing up?
*Unlock PC Password
-*Data Recovery
P-OP TER SCfALE *Networking
POSTER SCALE Laptop Screen replacement
DELIVERIES Don't worry we'll fix it
Only $20 each Starting price $40
Phone 429-9745 Tel:242-454-8173 ask for Cliff.


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SERVICES I SERVICES
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E-mail: classifieds@tribunemedia.net


TRAINING
Business Courses
Administrative Assistant
Accounting Fundamentals
Intro to Quickbooks
Effective Bus Communication


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SERVICES II SERVICES
BOUNCING CASTLE SUDDENLY SLENDER
$70.00 A DAY. (The Body Wrap)
TEL 341-8934
1 Mineral Slimming Solution:
BOXING FITNESS Lose up to 10 pounds in 2
(WORKOUT) days
Weight Loss shape-up 2) POWER PLATE
Health Self-defense EXERCISING: 10 minutes is
Phone 356- 5312 433elf-defense4937 equivalent to 1 hour at the
Phone 356-5312, 433-_4937. gym. (professional weight loss
HAVE GOLD? Need quick and body toning)
easy cash with no. banks 3) CARB & FAT STOPPERS:
involved, call 322-8856, 326- Appetite control blocking fat &
0883. carbs
4) THE BODY WRAP:
JP SERVICES Guaranee you lose 10-30 -
inches of body fat -
-Passport. Telephone 393-9044 -
-Power of Attorney NEED A BABY-SITER 1
-Notarize Document for child 6 weeks to 2 1/2 yrs 2
-immigration Services Mon, Tue. Fri. F
-Work Permit, etc. euF. R
Tel:395-0667 Tel341-8934. T
We will come to you! REFERAL SERVICES &
DOG HAIR CUT/TRIM/SHAPE DIVORCE ASSISTANCE, etc
IT UP SPECIALPRICE E-mail:
T-SHIRT, SCREEN PRINTING divorceassistancetogo@gmail.c
SPECIAL PRICE. om
TEL 393-2733, 468-0285. or text your number to 467-
0853
ELECTRICIAN SERVICES___________
Residetial wiring, Lights, fans, DO YOU WORK for
renovation wiring. 24 hours *Government,
service calt.Telephone & -Doctor's hospital
cable wiring *Batelco, -
Free quote.Tel:242-465-8373 *Atlantis and need fast cash?
S___322-8856/326-0883. .
TILE CONSTRUCTION
/. 4 years certified, 6 years 5
experience. Specialize in: 5
Marble, porcelain, ceramic. Tel y
456-1933 P
TV REPAIRS
Free Pick Up/Drop Offs
Tel: 322-1031
YAMAHA, MERCURY &
EVINRUDE
New & used motors & service
Kirk @ Windemere Day Spa parts. Resin, fiberglass,
I TRIM long hair & leave it Acetone, complete marine
LONG. Phone 393-8788 supplies. Best prices in the
country!! Trailers & hard to find
KITCHEN CABINETS items, Eugene's Marine. Call
& RENOVATION anytime. 436-5065/544-6187. s
Call: 426-3951
SAVE &.GET PAID. TUITION
Join an Asue $50 for 10 weeks
Collect $650 throw $100 for BGCSE 1
10 weeks collect $1,250. BJC 1 (2011)
Call 565-0927 -Accounts
-Math
f -English
~- -Economics
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-Social Sciences
-Entrepreneurship
-Management
-Art/RK S
12 week courses begin Jan 24 b
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SCHOOL Tues &Thurs, 5-7pm -
DROP-OFF & PICK-UP Sat 10-12noon
One-way and 2-way rates Telephone:325-5060
available
Low, low rates CREOLE & FRENCH
Ask about our PARISIEN $
"Added Value Package" -Tutoring
Call Nowl 636-9974 -Private & Group Classes
-Translation & Interpretation [
SEAL TIGHT ROOFING -Court, Private & Business
REPAIRS, FLAT ROOFS Meting.
SHINGLES MEMBRANES Cell:433-9784
TELEPHONE 436-6865 E-mall:plerrerichy@yahoo.com


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*NAILS CLASSES
EVERYTHING INCLUDED
Ph: 322-2801- 565-8190

LANGUAGES
Creole
Chinese
Spanish
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LARTICLES
FOR SALE
-GAL PRIMER $75.00
gal paint $80.00 (white,
stow, light pink.
atio chains $15.00 ea
Tel:327-6684

FOR SALE
Entertainment center holds


rand new HOT DOG STAND
(NEW YORKER)
TEL: 393-8317, 392-7465
FOR SALE
$15,000 OR $20,000 worth of
hares in the Radiation Centre
in Collins Ave.
Offering a5% Discount.


Direct TV Receivers
All Movie Channels $250

FOR SALE
Piano $600
Daytime 356-8381.
Evening 324-9537
FOR SALE
tudio & DJ effects, key
boards, sampler & 16 track -
corder. Contact:27-8597
yes.
OLYMPUS E500, Zuiko lens,
Nikon lens. Tripod, Olympus
flash, camera bag, extra
battery, charger, oust brush.
800 obo. 394-7102/434-8643



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Great Exuma- PALM BAY BEACH CLUB COMMERCIAL BUILDING
PncedForQuickSale 2bed,2bthoceanvews Virginia &Nassau streets. Renovated. 1,500 sq. ft.
$199,900. Ref# 7412 $2,500 /month. Ref# R0471


SEA BREEZE BAYCROFT GREAT HARBOUR CAY Abaco, LUBBER'S QUARTERS SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES
4 bed, 3 bth family home on large lot 2 bed, 1 bath apartment waterviews. 100xl60beachLotUtilitiesandroadaccess. 1.1 acres waterfront. Single family lot. 10,194 sq. ft.
$298,000. Ref# 7254 $210,000. Ref# 7255 $125,000. Ref# 7163 $250,000. Ref# 6671 $125,000


LOC-A-BAR, LONG ISLAND GREAT HARBOUR CAY TWYNAM HEIGHTS TREASURE CAY MAN-O-WAR CAY
2.5acesbhi iewsvori gIcabarbeach. 2 bed, 1 bath cottage. 1 plus acre of land. 3 bed, 2 bath home. Hurricane impact windows 2 bed, 2 bath furnished villa. Views. 4 bed, 3 bath. Close to beach.
$326,000. Ref# 7282 $350,000. Reft 7046 $395,000. Ref# 7211 $449,500. Ref# 7247 $390,000. Ref# 7380


LOTS AND ACREAGE
Commerical Zoned Chippingham lots. 6,000-6,500 sq. ft. each $75,000 each Ref# 7141, 7142
Westwinds Subdivisiorn60xl20-Elevated lot-$125,000 Ref# 7497
Sandyport- 8,100 sq. ft. lot. Private dock and beach. $350,000 Ref# 7209
Charlotteville- 7,597 sq. ft. lot. Gated. $158,000 Ref# 7284
Rose Island sea to sea 100' of waterfrontage. $145,000 Ref# 6557
Oakesfield 20,000 sq. ft. vacant commercial lot. $275,000 # 7153


RENTALS:
Sandyport. 3 and 4 bed townhomes. From $ 2,500. #R0572, #R0573, #R0477
Sunrise Acres east-waterfront home 4 bed, 3 bath $5,500 #R0586
Sunrise Acres cottage- 3 bed, 2 bath $4,250 #R0578
Port New Providence- Seapoint 4 bed/2.5 bath. $4,000 #R0565
Shirlea- 2 bed, 2.5 bath. Newly renovated. $1,800 Ref# R0566 (REDUCED)