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CALL FOR GOVJ TO COME
CLEAN ON A POSSIBLE
'ABUSE OF FUNDS' AT BIS
By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net
OPPOSITION spokesman
on the public service, Fred
Mitchell, is calling on the gov-
ernment and the Free Nation-
al Movement to come clean
about a possible "abuse of gov-
ernment funds" at the
Bahamas Informatidn Service:
Mr1 Mitchell claims there
may be a "group of FNM
employees" on'the govern-
ment's payroll at BIS, who are
"working as a committee to
conduct FNM propaganda."
"If that is the case, it is a
SEE page eight


By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter
cnixon@tribunemedia.net
NEARLY 50 persons were
victims of the indiscriminate
bush fire that ravaged several
homes in the Ferguson Sub-
division yesterday. *
The blaze destroyed at least
three homes, according to
Dion Foulkes, Minister' of
Labour and Social Develop-
ment, and displaced eight
families.
At the scene yesterday, Mr
Foulkes said that temporary
housing accommodations, as
well as food and clothing
allowances, would be provid-'
ed to residents.
Flames raged in the resi-
dential community off:
Carmichael Road early yes-,
terday afternoon and quick-
ly spread to residential homes
in the area, completely
destroying three houses ahd
extensively affecting an addi-
tional three. .
One. resident said "I'm
homeless, my daughter is
homeless. All we have are the
clothes on our back."


S UIUN UULKiES,
Minister of Labour.and Social,
Development, said help would
be provided for residents.
"' The fire is the fourth bush
j blaze affecting New Provi-
dence in less than a week.
Firefighters tackled two
simultaneous bush fires at
Soldier Road and Minnie
Street on Monday afternoon.
On Saturday, fire services
were said to be monitoring a
large bush fire near the Indus-
trial Park and Garden Hills
area.
Firefighters were still work-
SEE page two


uan rHImc: rirenignters tacKie yesterday's Diaze in a community off Carmichael Road which destroyed three houses and affected an
additional three.
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PROSECUTORS: BISHOP FRASER'S CLAIMS OF
SEX WITH WIFE IN CHURCH WERE 'MADE UP'


By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net
BISHOP Randy Fraser
was back on.the witness
stand yesterday where
prosecutors charged that
his claim of having sex with
his wife in his church office
was "made up."
While under cross-exam-
ination yesterday the pros-
ecution sought to highlight
inconsistencies in Fraser's
testimony. Prosecutors
have accused Fraser, 53, of
abusing his position of trust
by having a sexual rela-
tionship with a 16-year-old
girl he had agreed to coun-
sel. It is alleged that Fraser,


pastor of Pilgrim Baptist
Temple, St James Road,
had a sexual relationship
with the girl between July
2005 and February.2006. It
convicted, he faces seven
years in prison.
Fraser yesterday
affirmed his previous tes-
timony that semen found
on the carpet of his church
office came as a result of
having sex with his wife.
He said yesterday that pri-
or to police searching his
church office he could not
recall the' last time he had
sex with his wife in the
office.
Mr Williams asked: "You
SEE page eight


NIGERIAN INTERNET SCAM OFFERING
BAHAMIANS JOBS UNDER INVESTIGATION


By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net
OFFICERS -from the
Commercial Crimes Unit are
investigating the latest Niger-
ian internet scam that offers
jobs to Bahamians as "sur-
vey assistants" through the
social media website Face-
book.,
Offering itself as a "chance
to get paid for shopping and
dining out," the job requires
that a person visit a variety of
stores, restaurants, and ser-
vices throughout the
Bahamas and receive pay-
ment for their time and.
effort.
Applicants were asked to


fill out a simple application
(devoid of any fees) which
highlighted that no previous
experience or qualifications
was required.
A portion of the applica-
tion reads as follows:
"We are a company that
conduct surveys and evalu-
ate other companies. We get
hired to go to other people's
companies and act like cus-
tomers in order to know how
the staffs are handling their
services in relation to their
customers. Once we have a
contract to do so, you would
be directed to the company
or outlet, and you would be
given the funds you need to
SEE page eight


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NDP CANDIDATE
HITS OUT AT WSC
OVER 'BROWN,
RUSTY WATER'
By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter
cnixon@tribunemedia.net
A NATIONAL Devel-
opment Party candidate is
hitting out at the Water
and Sewerage Corpora-
tion for supplying
Seabreeze residents with
brown, rusty water -
which he claims could lead
to health complications.
Lindon Nairn, deputy
leader of the NDP and the
party's candidate for
Seabreeze, issued a state-
ment yesterday claiming
residents have had "non-
potable water pumped
into their homes by the
Water and Sewerage Cor-
poration for more than a
decade".
Mr Nairn, producing a
sample of cloudy brown
water he said was taken
from a home in the area,
as well as an allegedly
two-day-old water filter,
said: "You can observe the
high rust content of the
water and the shocking
discolouration of the fil-
ter."
"We,are advised by,a
physician that regular con-
sumption of water con-
taining high rust content
could lead to a number of
health complications," he
added.
According to Mr Nairn,
households have suffered
tremendous financial loss-
es over the years, as
clothes, dishwashers,
washing machines and
plumbing fixtures have
been destroyed by the'
"filthy water."
He called on the gov-
ernment to bring relief to
the residents of Seabreeze
by compensating them for
the loss of appliances and
clothing and replacing the
mater %nains in the area as
soon a. possible.
Minister of State for the ,
Enviroe ment Phenton
Neyrdour could not be
reached for comment up
to press time last night.


TWO MEN ARE
SHOT DURING
ARMED ROBBERY
POLICE are investi-
gating the shooting of
two men in an armed
robbery on Monday
night.
The victims were
standing outside a
home on Buttonwood
Avenue with two
women when they were
approached by two
men in a car at about
10pm.
The culprits shot
both men in the legs
after robbing them of
an undetermined
amount of cash,.
according to police.
The victims were tak-
en to hospital in a pri-
vate vehicle. Both were
reported to be in stable
, condition last night.
Less than half an
hour later, police were
called to the scene of
another armed robbery
at the Twilight Bar in
Ridgeland Mall, Robin-
son Road.
Witnesses said two
armed men wearing,
hooded jackets one
grey, the other black
with red stripes -
robbed the store and
an employee of an
undetermined amount
of cash and jewellery at
around 10.30pm.
Earlier that day, two
men robbed Rose Cake
and Pastry Supplies' on
Baillou Hill Road.
The culprits one of
whom was armed with


a handgun burst into
the shop shortly after
2pm.
The two men fled the
scene with an undeter-
mined amount of mon-
ey, as well as an
employee's laptop.


Fred Mitchell: perceived

split between police, PLP

played role in last election
By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter : .
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net


A PERCEIVED split
between the Royal Bahamas
Police Force and the Progres-
sive Liberal Party had a role to
play in the outcome of the 2007
election, said Fred Mitchell,
opposition spokesman on the
public service.
And, Mr Mitchell accused
the Free National Movement
(FNM). of dipping into its polit-
ical playbook once again last
week to manufacture another
"false dispute" between the
PLP and the police.
He said the FNM took
advantage of the "genuine con-
cerns" of the Police Staff Asso-
ciation "for a purpose other
than for what was intended"
and in a way reminiscent of
times past.
"We saw it in 2007. You see
where we are today. That is
,why we try to stop any sugges-
tion that any such thing exists at
the source," said Mr Mitchell.
"This whole thing was
cooked up in the minds of the
little pixies that run the FNM's
propaganda store and ought to
be treated as such.
S"This is straight out of the
FNM's political playbook.
There is no such dispute with
the police. It is a figment of
their vivid and wicked imagi-
nations. The FNM should sim-
ply shut up, butt out and stay
out of what they do not under-


OPPOSITION SPOKESMAN on
the public service Fred Mitchell
stand and what does not con-
cern them," he said,
Last week the PSA' asked for
an apology for comments made
by Mr Mitchell about the Secu-
Arity and Intelligence Branch
(SIB) in relation to the use of
its confidential reports in the
vetting. of a senior public ser-
vant.
Dwight Smith, PSA presi-
dent, said equating the inves-
tigative process of SIB to "gos-
sip and trivia" was a slur against
the integrity of the force.
When contacted for com-
ment, the head officer of SIB
said he did not think "any actu-
al damage" was done by iMr
Mitchell's comments.
Mr Mitchell insisted his com-


FNM: MITCHELL SHOULD HAVE APOLOGISED TO POLICE
THE FNM reiterated last night that "rather than responding to
the incoherent ranting and raving,.and self-serving and paranoid
comments by Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell," Mr Mitchell should have
apologised to the Police for his attack on the integrity of the Spe-
cial.Intelligence Branch. .
"Now that he has refused to so do," said the FNM statement.
"the Police Force and Bahamians fully understand that Mr. MitcheUl
is standing by his. earlier attack on the fine men and women %" ho
ensure our security on a daily basis. While this is unfortunate.
this is his choice, a choice that members of the Force dll no doubt
remember."
Last week the Police Association had asked Mr Mlitchell to
apoloise for comments he had made about their-Secunti and
Intelligence Branch report. descnbing SIB's minestigative process
as "gossip and rnvia." Police Association President Dwight Smith.
called Mr Mitchell's commetts'a slur against the integrity of the
force. (See story above).
The FNM thanked the "professionals of the Ro\al Bahamas
Police Force'f6r their dedicated service and commitment to the val-
ues of 'courage, integrity and loyalty' and for Working Together
for a Safer Bahamas.'"


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Dwight Smith
ments spoke directly to the use
of SIB reports by public offi-
cials and were not a personal,
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He maintained the police as
a disciplined force "are to be
neutral in their responses and
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the staff association of playing
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Tribune Freeport
Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net
FREEPORT The trial
of police officer Kenroy
Woolery, who was accused
of having sex with two
minors, was dismissed on
Monday in the Supreme
Court.
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Woolery, who had served
three years on the Police
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'Political operatives' and 'criminally-mninded'


POLICE Staff Association president
Dwight Smith during an interview with the
press after the February 23 demonstration 6on
Bay Street urged politicians to stop politi-
cising issues.
He was defending his Force from a politi-
dcian's criticism of the worth of police reports,
which were used in another case to decide the
suitability of a person for a high office. Mr
Smith was also smarting under the criticism
of how "over prepared" police were when
they arrived, on Bay Street for the BTC
demonstration. it would have been irre-
sponsible after a union leader had declared
that a "small Egypt" was needed on Bay
Street to protest the sale of BTC if police
had not come fully prepared -.with its
canine unit and all. The unionist was accused
of instigating social unrest, and so the police
were ready.
Mr Smith pointed out that the type of
persons he saw among the crowd that day
made it necessary for the police to do their
job to.ensure the safety of protesters and
observers. He said the police had difficulty'
with those participating in the protest who
had "nothing- to do with BTC," but were
there "advancing political groups."
"We saw so many things that were going
on. I, for.one, wondered if we were dealing
. with a BTC situation or if we were dealing
with a political situation. For the life ofme I
could not understand.what was going on," Mr
Smith told the pfess.
The demonstration was said to have been
organised by the Committee to Save BTC,
but PLP members made a strong appear-
ance.
Mr Smith said downtown merchants called
to complain about a group of young protest-
ers who were dropped off in the George
Street area. As they walked to the protest,
-merchants claimed.they stopped in store"
after store "causing a disturbance."
"I walked there personally and saw them.
I knew some of them and talked to them. I
heard them say, if they did not get paid there
is going to be problems. I had to encourage
some of them to cbme out of the stores. They
had no reason to go in the stores.
"They'were just being disruptive," said
Mr Smith.
"My view is there were only a handful of
persons there who. were really dealing with
BTC. If you were to speak to some of those *
persons,'they did not know'why they were:


out there. They did not know what they were
out there for. If we were to really do the due
diligence, well find a lot of them did not
understand what was going on," he said.
SIt was suggested that "political operatives"
had paid many persons some if them
referred to by the police as "criminally mind-
ed" to demonstrate on Bay Street. As the
late Kendal isaacs, QC, who refused his par-
ty's request to lead a demonstration, pointed
out, he would have been responsible for any
breach of the peace caused by the demon-
strators. These "political operatives," and
Rodney Moncur; who has called for 10,000
demonstrators, should reconsider the con-
sequences. And to help them understand
. their responsibilities the police should
enforce the law -- especially against persons
who would have paid these demonstrators to .
create the disturbance.
SHow can so-called responsible persons
encourage the-"crimially-minded" to create
social unrest and then demandthat they obey
the law when their services ate no longer
needed? We expect the police to protect res-
idehts against these very same people. How-
ever, when caught by the law they will look to
their political paymasters to save them from
prison.
Reminds us of the PLP election when
drug dealers were desperate that the PLP
be returned to power. 'Rightly or wrongly,
true or false, there was the perception that
this party was their 'guardian. The call was
passed down the line especially in
Eleuthera to get the fast boats ready. As
soon as the PLP were elected the operators
expected to be back in business. Some were
so bold that they talked openly to our
reporters, calling names of their political pro-
tectors.
We recall the talks that Magistrate Her-
cules and the late Sir Etienne Dupuch had
many years ago when they took their morn-
ing constitutional on Cayman's Five Mile
Beach. Magistrate Hercules, a tough, no non-
sense magistrate, left the Bahamas after sev-
eral years here. His complaint was.about the
political interference he had to suffer when
certain ."criminally-minded persons"
appeared before him. It was more than he
could take. a
If we expect the police to be effective in
controlling crime, then this culture of using
persons on the wrong side of the law when it-
suits certain purposes, must end.


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Distortion and




misinformation


EDITOR, The Tribune.

I read with amusement and
astonishment the article under
the headline Sir Cecil's FNM,
by Philip Galanis on page 4 of
the March 7th edition of The
Nassau Guardian, with amuse-
ment because of the number of
distortions, misinformation,
half-truths and outright lies,
astonishment, because with a
little investigative initiative; the
writer could have obtained the
correct information from a
number of sources, including
the clerk of the House of par-
liament. Let me start by inform-
ing Mr Galanis that Cecil and
the other dissidents known as
and called the Dissident Eight,
never formed anything and the
United Bahamian Party was
never disbanded. The UBP was
the official opposition in Par-
liament during the sitting in
parliament of the Dissident
Eight as members of the Pin-'
dling-led PLP administration
and after their expulsion. You
see, Mr Galanis, they never quit
the PLP they were expelled
from the party after they' con-
tested the 1971 by-election in
Central Andros to fill the
.vacancy created by the demise
of the late Clarence Bain.
The FNM did NOT have
anything to do with the laying
of a foundation for the two-par-
ty governing process, in fact
when the merger of the UBP
and the Free PLPcame about
there were three parties in exis-
tence, th'e PLP, UBP and
Labour and two that had dis-
banded The Bahamas Demo-
cratic League, headed by the
late Sir Etienne Dupuch, and
the NDP headed by Paul
Adderley, that was the sole
domain of the.PLP and the
UBP. The Free PLP was never
a political party it was simply
a grouping of politicians fol-
lowing a leader, nothing more
nothing less.'
You, Mr. Galanis, refer to
them as freedom fighters, who
were they fighting and for
.whose freedom, may I ask?
You said that they had already
achieved Majority rule, please
Mr Galanis, tell me on which
planet have you been all these
years, it could not have been
this planet called and known as
Earth, for if it was, you would
most certainly have known that
that animal known as Majority
Rule came into existence
'through the combined action
of the late Sir Randol Fawkes
and Alvin Braynen. The object
of Cecil and his merry band of
dissidents, was to defeat Pin-
dling and the PLP, not freedom
for themselves or anyone else.
In order to do this, they saw
the opportunity of getting into
bed with a party that they were
constantly denigrating and ver-
bally abusing for years, as a
means to defeat their nemesis,
Lynden Oscar Pindling, hence
their efforts to distort the true
.circumstances surrounding the
merger of the two entities. Pol-
itics do make strange bed fel-
lows, Mr Galanis, don't you
agree? ,
You, Mr Galanis, like many
of your ilk are overlooking' or
deliberately avoiding coming to
grips with the real issue of the
Whitfield led confrontation
with the PLP's leadership, it
was simply a power play, noth-
ing more nothing less. It was all
about taking control of the par-
ty; but for all of Cecil's compe-.


tency, he was always naive and
grossly underestimated his cun-
ning and crafty opponent. The
whole scenario was about greed
for political power and person-
al wealth. I am sure that you
Mr Galanis do not believe all
that hog wash spewed from the
lips of politicians and union
officials over the decades about
fighting for the people's free-
dom and rights. The only rights
that they ever fought for were
theirs, their cronies and rela-
tives. Do not take my word for
that, just take a candid look
around you' and see the cir-
cumstances of successful politi-
cians, union leaders, their rela-
tives, friends and cronies and
you will see for whom the fight
was all about.
When we are writing for the
* benefit of younger generations
and the electorate we should
try to be as accurate as human-
ly possible and avoid guessing
or publishing information with-
out assuring its accuracy. The
FNM came about not as a
vision of Cecil Wallace-Whit-'
field and the dissidents, for I
am sure that if he had ever got-
ten around to forming a party
out of that group he would have
kept the moniker that he first
gave the group (Free PLP). '
The merger of the then
opposition party in parliament
and the political grouping called
the Free PLP, came about from
a suggestion that I made to
Cecil in the Lighthouse Club in
Central Andros after the polls
were closed and the votes
counted on the night of the by
Election in 1971. The whole
scenario is set out in my Mem-
oirs that will hit the market in
midsummer, where that and
scores of lies, half truths and
misinformation are laid bare
for the world to see. After the
merger was effected, Cecil was
chosen leader and I co-ordina-
tor unanimously and given the
task of coining a name and slo-
gan'for the new entity and get-
ting it in shape to fight the
upcoming 1972 general elec-
tions. i -
I am convinced that the
majority of the dissidents were
embarrassed by their associa-
tion with the UBP, but saw it as
'their. only hope of survival in
the arena of Bahamian politics.
Needless to say that Pindling
wasted no time in adding.to
their, dissidents, label of "trai-
tors" a second -one of "Uncle
Toms." Given the reverse racial
atmosphere in the country at:
the time and the relentless cam-
paign waged by Pindling and
the PLP at the time, the
chances of any one of the eight
winning a seat in a black belt
area was less than a snowball
lasting in hell. They came to
the merger with the intention of
securing nominations in UBP
safe areas; but exposed their
intentions prematurely and had
their efforts thwarted by me,
hence their campaign efforts
for my expulsion from the par-
ty, that scenario is also fully
explained in my Memoirs.
We, Cecil and I, repaired to
a restaurant on George Street,
which was operated by Tiger
Finlayson. He, Cecil, coined the
name Free National Movement


and I coined the phrase "all
together," the name lasted for a
while before it was changed to
the Free National Democratic
Movement, as far as being all
together, Humpty Dumpty who
fell off the wall was a joke to
what we looked like in a few
months time. Cecil can be given
credit for the tenacious hold
that he kept on the name; but
the members deserted him and
formed -three more parties
before ending up back under
the umbrella of the FNM, they
were the BDP headed by Hen-
ry Bostwick, The SDP headed
by Norman Solomon and the
FNDM headed by Kendal
Isaacs thus giving parliament
five different opposition par-
ties in less than five years. You
do not have to believe me Mr:
Galanis, check with the Clerk
of the House. They were 1)
FNM 2) BDP 3) SDP 4)
FNDM and 5) back to FNM.
To answer the question to your
readers, what were the charac-
teristics of Cecil's FNM? The
answer is very simple. It was
the same as those that caused
the parting of ways by the eight
from the PLP. It was greed,
backstabbing, dissension and
quest for power. Although
Cecil was the chosen leader, he
enjoyed very little, if any, sup-
port from the parliamentary
group and no loyalty at all. His
statement at a rally in St. Agnes
constituency during the 1972
campaign: "If the FNM wins
the election, persons found v6t-
ing in more than one con-'
stituency, I will prosecute 'their
backsides'straight to jail was
blamed for the FNM losing theta
election. In my opinion it was
not the cause; but the relent-
less campaign fought by the
PLP.
No member of the Dissident
Eight dedicated any time or
effort to creating the PLP,
when they came on the scene it
was already created and in full
swing. H M Taylor, Cyril St.
John Stevenson, William "Bill"
Cartwright who is still alive and
forgotten by the party, is lan-
guishing in an old folks home,
and others, had formed that
entity. When Pindling, Cecil
and the rest of the so-called
freedom fighters came along,
they quickly usurped the lead-
ership of the party from the
founders and set about solidi-
fying themselves in leadership
positions. When they attempted
it on Pindling in 1965 and 1970,
he beat them to the punch and
sent them into political obscu-
rity for a few decades. Nothing
changed when the FNM was
formed everyone including
Cecil who was a threat was in
some form or the other, taken
out.
Orville Turnquest was tihe
deputy leader of the NDP and
when Paul Adderley defected
back to the PLP, the party dis-
integrated and he, Turnquest,
became a member of the FNM.
Kendal Isaacs was never asso-
ciated with or was a member
of any politicalrgrouping.until
he was persuaded to join the
FNM and given the safe UBP
Montagu seat that was held by
Sir Geoffrey A D Johnstone.
Your article Mr. Galanis is so
riddled with falsities and mis-
information that it makes no
sense when reading it. There
are many persons around you
who can give-you honest
answers to any questions about
the FNM, its creation and the
persons responsible for its com-
ing into being. Below is a list
of its founding fathers and posi-
tion held at the time.
The UBP Faction:
Geoffrey AD Johnstone,
Leader MP; Sir Roland T
Symonette, MP; Peter D. Gra-
ham, MP; Donald d'Albenas,
MP; Noel Roberts, MP; Nor-
man S. Solomon, MP;
Cleophas Adderley, MP; Sher-
win Archer, MP; Reginald
Lobosky, Senator.
The Free PLP Faction:
Cecil V Wallace-Whitfield,
Leader MP; Errinigton W' I
Watkins, Chairman; Dr. Curtis
McMillan, MP; Dr. Elwood
Donaldson, MP; Maurice
'Moore, MP; Arthur Foulkes,
MP; George Thompson, MP;
Warren Levarity; James Shep-
hard, MP.
The UBP faction won the nine
seats held by them at the time
of the merger in the 1972 gen-
eral elections and the Free PLP
faction all lost their seats.
Kendal Isaacs was made leader
of the opposition in parliament
and Cecil remained leader of
the party. Check it out Mr.
Galanis.

ERRINGTON WI
WATKINS
Nassau.


March 7, 2011.


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ILLEGAL immigrants
are among those most at risk
of contracting HIV/AIDS,
but their fear of apprehen-
sion has hindered efforts to
prevent the disease spread-
ing among this group, Min-
ister of Health Dr Hubert
Minnis said.
He told a regional health-
care forum this that other
high-risk groups are: ado-
lescents and young adults,
men who have sex with men
(MSMs), commercial sex
workers (CSWs), and per-
sons over the age of 50.
Delivering the keynote
address at the opening cere-
mony of the Caribbean
Regional HIV Prevention
Summit on the Most At-
Risk Persons and Other
Vulnerable Populations in
Nassau yesterday, Dr Minnis'
said that in addition to fea'
of apprehension, undocu-
ment ed.immigrants in tie
Bahamas are rendered hioh-
risk because of language


barriers, stigmatisat on. lack
of economic pov\er. and a
failure to recognize the neg-
ative impact of risky beha\ -
iour. ;'
He ''said healthcare
providers face "significant"
challenges in trying to inter-
vene ia the lives of the most
at-risk persons, but added.
thatithe government has
impmented a number of
policies and practices over
the years aimed at helping
such persons in other ways.

Care
One such policy is the
provision of medical care for
all persons in need, regard-
less of.their ability to pay.
"Antenatal care, includ-
ing the provision of anti-
retroviral therapy, is pro-
vided free of charge' to -all
public patients," Dr Minnis
said.
"This has also been
extended to all registered


HI\'-positi\e patients in
both the public and private
healtheare sectors.
"Our focus has always
been on prevention of trans-
mission of HIV and the
comprehensive care of the
individuals infected with
HIV, so access to health-
care, regardless of immigra-
tion status, is a tenet of the
Ministry of Health."
He said the population of
commercial sex workers in
the Bahamas is another
group that must and will
receive greater focus with
respect to HIV prevention
programmes.
"As prostitution is a crime
in the Bahamas, a greater
part of this practice is under-
ground," Dr Minnis said.
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needed in identifying this
group and understanding its
network, practices and
behaviours." .
.Dr Minnis noted that one
of the mechanisms that have


made the Bahamas' Nation-
al HI\%AIDS Programme
so successful since ts estab-
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focus on "-oersight, plan-
ning, training, co-ordination
and evaluation of the
national response to
HIV/AIDS."

Health
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plans to continue target-
ting "individuals most at-
risk, and people living with
HIV/AIDS, to protect
their health and reduce the
risk of HIV transmission
to sexual partners and chil-
dren".
Dr Minnis noted that the
Caribbean as a whole is the
"second most HIV affected
region in the world", as
AIDS continues to be the
leading cause- of death
among adult Caribbean men
and women between the
ages of 25 and 44.


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FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS LIMITED

Chairmnt'. review of the unaudited reslts
For Quarter 1, January 31,2011


As oil prices go up again,


what now for the Bahamas?


RBC FINCO incurred a net loss of $1,813,097 for the three month period ended January 31, 2011
compared to a loss of $450,967 for the corresponding period last year. Results for the period were
negatively impacted by a 35% increase in provision for credit losses year over year; as the Baink
continues to be challenged by increasing levels of non-performing loans. We continue to encourage
clients to meet with their account manager to see how best the bank could assist during these difficult
times.
Mortgage growth continued to slow as the loan portfolio experienced modest growth of 4%, primarily
a& a result of the weak economic conditions in the bank's markets of New Providence and Grand
Bahama.
The US recovery, which has been slow, has resulted in moderate improvements in the tourism.sector
and stable construction activity in the local economy. However, the medium term outlook remains
t unclear. Management is confident that as economic conditions improve, non-perftbnrming loans and
the resulting provisions will reduce to more historic levels. In this case RBC FINCO is well
positioned for continued growth and profitability.


Managing rtor


FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS LIMITED
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET (Unaudited)
As of January 31, 2011 and October 31, 2010
(Expressed in Bahamian dollars)


ASSETS


.Cash
Statutory reserve account with
The Central Bank of The Bahamas
Investments
Loans Net
Fixed assets Net
Other assets ,
TOTAL
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
LIABILITIES
Deposits
Other liabilities
Note payable
Total liabilities
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Share capital .
Share premium
General reserve
Retained earnings
Total shareholders' equity
TOTAL


January 31,201.1


October 31,2010


$ 41,435,816 $ 61,028,719


40,409,335
48,185,337
829,859,262
1,965,983
1,771,013
$ 954,626,746


$ 816,982,650
1,831,522
37,300,000
$ 856,114,172

5,333,334
2,552,258
500,000
90,126,982
98,512,574
$ 954,626,746


39,845,940
45,787,941
81,7,997,932
1,978,803
702,069
$ 967,341,404


$ 827,659,285
2,056,448
37,300,000
$ 867;015,733

5,333,334
2,552,258
500,000
91,940,079
100,325,671
$ 967,341,404


FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS LIMITED
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (Unaudited)
Three Months Ended January 31,2011
(Expressed in Bahamian dollars)


Three Months Three Months
,Enided it.del :d
ji; r anarypt 3 011 ,,-,Jgnapy31,^01o


INCOME
Net interest income
- Provision for credit losses net
Net interest income after provision for credit losses
Fees and commissions
Total income
NON-INTEREST EXPENSES .
Total non-interest expenses
NET INCOME
EARNINGS PER SHARE


Share
Capital
$


Balance at Ocdober 31,2009
Ne loss for the period .
Balance at January 31, 2010

Balance at October 31,2010-
Net loss forth period
Balance at January 31,20116


$ 7,127,854
(6,652,108)
475,746
.857,462
1,333,208

3,146,305
S (1,813,097)
$ (0.07)


Share
Premium
s


General
Reserve
s


$ 6,686,466
(4,906,255)
1,780,211
851,326
2,631,537

3,082,504
. _5 (450,967)
$ __ (0.02)


Retained
Earanlgs
s


5,333,334 2,552,258 500,000 73,752,003
(450.967)


Total
S

82,137,595
(450.967)


5,333,334. 2,552,258. 500,000 73,301,036 81,686,628

5,333,334 2,552,258 500,000 91,940,079 106,325,671
___ . (1,813,097).. (1,813,097)
5,333,334 2,552,258 500,000. 90,126,982 98,512,574


CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Net income
Adjustments for.
Depreciation
Provision for credit losses
Loss on disposal of fixed assets


Changes in operating assets and liabilities
Increase in loans and advances, net
Increase in deposits
Net cash from operating activities
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Purchase of fixed assets -
Net proceeds from investments
Net cash from investing activities

NET INCREASE IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS, BEGINNING OF THE PERIOD
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS, END OF THE PERIOD


January 31,2011

$ (1,813,097)

133,449
6,652,108
4,705
4,977,165

(1,857,265)
(9,513,438)
(10,676,635)
(17,070,173)

(125,334)
(2,397,396)
(2,522,730)

(19,592,903)
61,028,719
$ 41,435,816


January 31,2010


(450,967)


134,721
4,906,255

4,590,009

(2,400,492)
1(18,160,799)
4,890,786
(11,080,496)

(871)
(2,726,358)
(2,727,229)

(13,807,725)
45,330,690
$ 31,522,965


FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS LIMITED
Notes to Unaudited Interim Consolidated Financial Statements
Three Months Ended January 31,2011


1. ACCOUNTING POLICIES

These interim condensed financial. statements have been prepared in accordance with
International Accounting Standard 34 Interim Financial Reporting. The accounting policies and
methods of calculation used in the preparation of these interim financial statements are consistent
with those used in the audited financial statements for the year ended October 31, 2010.



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By LARRY SMITH


SO HERE we are, two years
after the last oil shock, and-
prices are over $100 per barrel
again, with some forecasters
saying they could pass the 2008
high of $147 a barrel that sent
everyone scrambling to cut
energy costs.
Already we are hearing the
usual cries for government
relief. And those cries will only
get louder as higher prices filter
through to gas pumps, electric-
ity meters and store shelves.
But in our case, there is very
little the government can do
beyond providing short-term
consumption credits and that
comes at a cost to BEC's sol-
vency.
Worldwide, fossil fuel con-
sumption subsidies amounted
to $312 billion in 2009, com-
pared to government support
for. renewables and biofuels of.
$57 billion. A subsidy is any
government action that lowers
the cost of fossil fuel energy
production, raises the price
received by energy producers,
or lowers the price paid by con-
sumers.
A recent report by the Inter-
national Energy Agency, the
Organisation for Economic Co-
operation and. Development
and the World Bank points out
that subsidies impose an unsup-
portable fiscal burden on gov-
ernment budgets, encourage
wasteful consumption, exacer-
bate price volatility by blurring
market signals, and undermine
the competitiveness of renew-
ables and more efficient energy
technologies.
And this overlooks a num-
ber of other measures that sup-
port fossil fuel production or
consumption such as thx
expenditures, under-priced
access to public resources, and
the transfer of risks to govern-
ments via concessional loans or
guarantees. Nor does it take
account of the social costs of
pollution and environmental
degradation.
In the absence of reform,
experts say, spending on fossil
fuel subsidies likely to reach
$600 billion in 2015, or 0.6 per
'cent of global gross domestic
* product. By contrast, a com-
plete phase-out of consump-
tion-related'fossil fuel subsidies
would cut global energy
demand by 5 per cent.
The alternative to fossil fuels
like oil and coal is a range of
new technologies that produce
power from non-polluting
renewable sources like the wind
and the sun. And globally, the
outlook for these technologies
is promising with growth
rates that now rival that of ear-
lier technology revolutions like
. telephony, computers and the
Internet.
Recently, the research and
.consulting group, Clean Edge,.,
projected that the market for
wind, biofuels and solar photo-
voltaics, which totalled $140 bil-
lion in 2009 and grew 35.2 per
cent to over $188 billion last
year, will grow to about $350
billion over the next decade.
Current investments in these
technologies far surpass what
many thought were possible'
just a few years ago:
For the first time in history,
distributed solar and wind pow-
er technologies are reaching
cost parity with US wholesale
electricity prices in some mar-
kets. By 2020 solar PV. systems
will be cost-competitive in 47
states for residential customers
and more than 35 states for
commercial customers. And
wind power has ranked near
and often ahead of natural gas
as the leading source of new
generating capacity in the US.
What will the energy sector


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look like a decade fron now?
Clean Edge offers the flowing
projections in its 2011 research
report:
1. Solar and wind resources
will contribute more ttan a
quarter of electricity gerera-
tion capacity in dozens of US
and global markets..
2. Explosive growth in the
electrification of transportation,
with millions of EVs on tie
road in the US, China, Japal
and Europe.
3. Compact fluorescent light.
bulbs (CFLs) will be replaced
by even more efficient solid
state light-emitting diode
(LED) technology.
4. A major drive to create
low-cost, competitive green
buildings that produce more
energy than they consume.
5. Waste streams will become
a common.feedstock for energy,
production. /
-6. The integration of natural
gas and renewable energy will
enable a relatively smooth tran-
sition away from dirty energy
sources.
"Our assessment, 10 years
into tracking this. sector, is that
clean energy remains one of the.
strongest and most vital sectors
reshaping the global land-
scape;!' Clean Edge concluded.
So where does the Bahamas
stand today in all this, as oil
prices move up 'again?
Last year, Fichtner, the gov-
ernment's German energy con-
sultants, produced a roadmap
for reform of the Bahamian
energy sector, Topping the list
of recommendations was
amending the Electricity Act
and passing a new.Renewable
Energy Act.
Besides reserving power
generation to BEC. (for any-
thing over 250 kilowatts), the
Electricity Act blocks access to.
the grid and does not allow for
commercial relations with inde-,
ipenident power producers.
Fichtner's report recommends
abolishing the bai on third par-
ty generation, providing-for grid
access through over purchase
agreements, and transferring
responsibility for wste-to-ener-
gy initiatives to the ministryy of
the Environment. .'
To encourage custncer gen-
eration of electricity using
renewable technologies Ficht-
ner recommends a newlaw to
regulate net metering tr net-
billing. Either approach vould
let customers feed excess lec-
tiicity-from RE generators to
the grid, and draw electrnity
from BEG when the RE ger-,
ation is not sufficient to co t
/ demand. Excess power wouil
be credited to the pustomer'
account, and the whole system;
would be monitored by the
Utilities Regulation & Compe-
tition Authority.
Under netitmetering, con-
sumer generation is paid for at
the retail tariff level. But from
BEC's perspective the power
fed into the grid using this
method displaces only the cost
of fuel, without taking into
account other overheads. So
'BEC prefers the net billing
approach, which requires two
meters per customer one
tracking power into the grid
and the other tracking power
drawn from BEC, with the
power fed into the grid paid for
at a lower rate.
The new law would also
enable feed-in tariffs for medi-
um-scale generation plants


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(between 50 kilowatts and 5
megawatts) using relatively
mature renewable technologies
such as wind turbines, biomass
generators and solar panels.
These plants would be designed
to feed their power entirely into
the grid. Larger plants would
be subject to competitive ten-
dering.
The legislation would
require the Ministry of the
Environment to develop and
publish a national renewable
energy plan with a list of poten-
tial renewable energy projects.
BEC will be obligated to enter
into power purchase agree-
inents with licensed third party
providers, who would receive
a guaranteed feed-in tariff for
ip to 20 years.
The tariff for plants larger
tian 5 megawatts would be
baed on the costs of each pro-
jec, Initially, tenders would be
issued for biomass facilities on
Abato and Grand Bahama (i.e.
burntg pine trees), open field
solar plants on the family
islandsand wind plants on New
Providence and Grand
Baham& A new Sustainable
'.Energy unit to be formed with-
in, the Miistry of the Environ-
ment wou'd handle the tender,
ing process
Also r6eommended was
reform of thl BRiilding Code to
promote enesry efficiency. The
report calls f&t setting a maxi-
mum energy consumption per
square foot foranew buildings,
,. and requiring diergy audits of
existing building. It would be
mandatory to instillsolar water
heaters in new homes, and
energy-efficient appliances
would receive iitport duty
exemptions.
The final component of the
Fichtner report is a ide-rapg-
ing public ~ducatfon pro-
gramme to increase awareness
of hpw cons K.rs .ca reduce
energy use and increase effi-
ciency. This would be combined
with training programines to
expand technical and business
skills in the marketing, installa-
tion and repair of appropriate
equipment.
The goal of these recoin-
mendations is to achieve a 30
per cent'share of total power
generation for renewable ener-
gy by 2030, with hotels and
households cutting their energy
demand by a third, using effi-
ciency measures alone. But
clearly this is a challenging
framework for any Bahamian
government to implement.


And far, Utilities Minis-
ter Pheton ,Neymour (pic-
tured) hs spoken only of a
public edbation campaign and
changes tithe Building Code,
such as ahandate for solar
- water heats.
This meis that a high level
of uncertairV will continue to
hamper process in the appli-
cation of reewable energy
technologies h the Bahamas.
BEC is said be talking to
investors whdvant to set up
wind power f ms, but it is
. unclear how sub projects will
proceed without he necessary
legal and police incentives in
place. \
The good ne's is that as
electricity prices p up, ordi-
nary consumers ay find it
increasingly cost- fective to
install solar paneh and wind
turbines in homes d office
buildings. You won get paid
for any excess powe but you
can certainly cut you EC bill
substantially an educe
greenhouse gases at same
time. Yes, we should all be
looking at ways to ge ff the
grid.

What do you think?
Send comments to
larrv@tribunemedia.net
Or visit www.bahamapunit.com


RBC
FINCO


FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS LIMITED
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY (Unaudited)
Three Months Ended January 31,2011
(Expressed in Bahamian dollars)


FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS LIMITED
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS (Unaudited)
Three Months Ended January 31,2011
(Expressed in Bahamian dollars)


E RBC

,FINCO




NOTICE TO

SHAREHOLDERS

The Board of Directors of Finance Corporation of Bahamas
Limited hereby notifies its Shareholders that there will be no
interim dividends paid to shareholders for the quarter ended
31st January, 2011.


D. Burrows-Haines (Mrs.)
Corporate Secretary


Dated this 16th March, 2011


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THE TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16,2011, PAGE 7


LOiCALNEWS


Local Government forum

centres on strategies

to boost globalisation


LOCAL Government
authorities worldwide are pro-
moting responsibility for sus-
tainable economic develop-
ment.
The Sixth Commonwealth
Local Government Conference
being held this week in Cardiff,
Wales is concentrating on the
expansion of healthy local
economies that support the tax-
base of the central government
and budgets of local authori-
ties.
Minister of State for. Lands
and Local Government Byran
Woodside is representing the
Americas and heads a 16-per-
son delegation at the confer-
ence which runs until Saturday.
The conference follows up
on the success of the Grand
Bahama conference held just
two years ago.
"The Bahamas hosted the
Fifth Conference in Freeport
in May 2009 and that confer-.
ence was hailed not only a suc-
cess for the Commonwealth
Local Government Forum but
as having attracted the largest
number of participants," said
Mr Woodside.
"It was a huge economic
boost for the island of Grand
Bahama."
Minister Woodside's presen-
tation will define the ;role of
local government in energising
local economies and.delivering
the Millennium Development
Goals.


"An invitation has also been
extended to the Bahamas to
report on the Local Govern-
ment Junior Council Pilot Pro-
ject at the Commonwealth
Youth Forum," said Mr Wood-
side.
"On Thursday, September
16, 2010, the pilot project of
Local Government Junior
Council was officially launched
at the Susan J Wallace Com-
munity Centre in Freeport,
Grand Bahama and provided
young people with a voice in
the decisions that impact their
homes, schools, and communi-
ty. Students in the Pilot project
have networked with commu-
nity leaders, youth organisa-
'tions and ordinary members
from the community."
Given the current economic
climate, the forum chose the
theme "Energising local
economies: Partnerships for
prosperous communities". Del-
egates will analyse case studies
and opportunities for local gov-
ernment practitioners to learn
how to create the right envi-
ronment for economic devel-
opment in their home coun-
tries.' "
All 54 members of the Com-
monwealth of Nations will dis-
cuss strategies from setting
overall local strategic priorities,
to providing an enabling envi-
ronment and efficient services
for economic development to
flourish.


THE US Marines delivered a large package of
donated food. clothing and household supplies
collected by the US Embassy community to the
AIDS Foundation on March 2 for distribution to
destitute individuals and families affected by
HIV and AIDS.
The donations will support the foundation's
goal of'establishing a food and clothing deposi-
tbry for needy families living with HIV/AIDS.
The foundation, which lacks an office sign due
to the social stigma, also provides services for
children who were born HIV positive and their
siblings, '
For these children, the centre provides meals,
assistance with school work, acceptance and sup-
port.
The AIDS Foundation of the Bahamas is a
not-for-profit organisation established in 1992,
by the Zonta Club of Nassau to assist the fight
against HIV/AIDS in the community.
The organisation works to provide education
and awareness, to assist in the prevention, treat-


MINISTER OF STATE for Local Government Byran Woodside represents the Americas and heads
a 16-person delegation at the Sixth Commonwealth Local Government Conference in Cardiff,
Wales from March 13 to 19.
Gena Gibbs/BIS


'.'Some of the notable speak-
ers are Helen Clark, UNDP
Administrator; Kamalesh Shar-
ma, Commonwealth Secretary
General; Kamla Persad-Bisses-
sar, Prime Minister of Trinidad
and Tobago; Carwyn Jones;
First Minister for Wales; Dame
Margaret Eaton, Local Gov-
ernment Association of Eng-
land and Wales chairman, and
councillor Rodney Berman,
leader of the Cardiff Council,"
said Mr Woodside.
Frequent local government
topics, range from local pro-
curement of goods and services,
promoting inward investment,
supporting training and skills
development, directly attract-
ing jobs and investment, work-
Sing with central government,
the private sector and other
partners to implement joint
investment and job-creating
strategies.


US MARINE DETACHMENT to Nassau presents donat-
ed goods and supplies to Joan Lightbourne, officer
manager at the AIDS Foundation.

ment and cure and to provide support for people,
living with HIV/AIDS. Food and clothing dona-
tions are always needed as well as desks, oom-
puters, household items, and volunteer teach-
ers.


Are you an Excellent communicator


with a Passion to help others and work with the very Best?


If we've piqued your interest, Let's Talk!


We are seeking a courteous, results-oriented Guest
Services Ambassador,
Primary responsibilities include meeting and
exceeding customer expectations as well as
successfidly communicating with our team.
The Plus Group of Companies is an established
Bahamian-owned group that is growing and
continuing to build its team of professionals in
various areas,
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package
as well as ongoing professional training and
development.


pGL1


Requirements:
* Excellent communication skills.
* Able to respond promptly and professionally
when problem solving.
* A strong teanm player able to interact with
many departments.
* A solid work ethic with regard to being on time
and completion of work.
* Highly skilled in computer data entry, including
working knowledge of Microsofi'Office software.
* Open to learning new skills with a desire for
improvement.
* An ability to complete and keep current records
of all communications.


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www.furnitureplus.com

Please fill out and submit an application online at
www.firt mitrpluts.cotn
or mail: johsbrheplusgrp.com
or mail to: Direcror of Human .Resources
"The Plus Group
P O0. Box N713, Nassau, Bahamas
We thank all applicants, however onl those
selected for an interview will be contacted.


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CREDIT SUISSE


Credit Suisse AG, Nassau Branch
is presently considering applications for a

.Senior Globus System Developer


The position is open to candidates with the following
minimum requirements:
Qualifications:
At least Five (5) years experience in installation, configuration and
troubleshooting in a banking environment
Superior knowledge of GLOBUS/T24 Banking Application in
both support and development roles
Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science or
equivalent
Knowledge of AIX 5.1 5.3, UNIVERSE/JBASE, PL/
SQL
Experience in working with Globus/T24 related migration
or implementation projects.
Personal Qualities:
Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
Good technical and problem solving skills and experience
-.Ability to work under pressure and with minimum supervision
Enthusiasm, a positive attitude and willingness to work
flexible hours as overtime
Previous experience of working in a production support role in
maintaining Globus/T24 system is a plus.

Other Duties:
Answer Helpdesk requests (provide support & troubleshoot)
Provide jbase & GLOBUS training to IT Staff
Ensure compliance to IT guidelines / directives
Ensure that "Business Contingency Planning" requirements are
followed
Other duties & projects assigned by the Manager of Department

Benefits provided include:
Competitive salary.and performance bonus
Pension Plan
Health and Life Insurance
Ongoing thternl aidaextdrnal career development/training program

APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN WRITING.
Persons not meeting the minimum requirements need not apply.
Applications should be submitted to:
Human Resources Department
P.O. Box N-4928
Nassau, Bahamas
Or Fax: 1-242-356-8148

DEADLINE: March 18, 2011


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011, PAGE 7


job Opportunity



Guest Services Ambassado*r

















Prosecutors: Bishop Fraser's claims of



sex with wife in church were 'made up'


Job Vacancy

A leading business in the Bahamas seeks to fill the
position of Entry Level Accounting Clerk.
All applicants should possess the following:

* Accounting/bookkeeping experience.
* Experience in handling Accounts receivable will
be a plus.
* The ability to assist with various accounting
transactions.
* Strong coniputer skills and experience in
accounting software programs.
* Working knowledge of Microsoft office programs
especially Microsoft Excel.
* The ability to learn quickly.
* An outgoing, friendly personality.
* Excellent communication and team work skills.
* Strong organizational and analytical skills with
the ability to work independently.
* The ability to manage multiple projects and
responsibilities simultaneously.


Interested persons should submit their resumes
via email to:

accountsclerk@live.com

All resumes must be received by
18th March 2011.


FROM page one
left your bed, took your wife and chil-
dren to your home away from home
which does not have a bed to take her
on the carpet? You left the comfort
of your bed and had sex with your wife
on the ground?"
"Yes I did," Fraser replied. He
acknowledged that he had previously
testified that a pornographic video was
found in a box in his daughter's room.
Mr Williams, however, directed him
to testimony by Detective Mark Bar-
rett who stated that two VHS tapes
and two discs were also found in his
bedroom. Mr Williams contended that
that part of the officer's evidence was
uncontroverted. Fraser stated, how- ,
ever, that no tapes were found in his
room. Mr Williamns noted that the
complainant had alleged that Fraser
had attempted to get her to watch
pornography. Mr Williams also noted
that Detective Barrett had testified"
that there were a number of suspected
semen spots found on his office carpet
and when these spots were pointed
out to Fraser he appeared shocked.
"Was it because you had sex with,
the complainant and never thought
you would be found out?" Mr'


Williams asked.
"That is not so, sir," Fraser replied.
Mr Williams further directed him to
.his own testimony in which he had
claimed that he had told the com-
plainant's grandmother everything
regarding the progress of his sessions
with her granddaughter. Mr Williams
claimed that this contradicted testi-
mony he had given in which he had
stated that he did not tell the grand-
mother everything, but kept some
things confidential between himself
and the girl.
Fraser told the court 'that the com-
plainant's grandmother lied when she
said that he never gave her a report
relative to the progress of his coun-
selling sessions with the girl.
Fraser also contended that prosecu-
tion witnesses had lied when they stat-
ed that his wife had said, "Honey, you
did it again," after a recording was
played in his church office on Palm
Sunday 2006.
Mr Williams. went on to ask Fraser:
"Don't you think it looked bad for a
47-year-old man to be keeping com-
pany with a 16-year-old girl?" Fraser
replied: "I did not keep company with
her. It didn't look bad because every-
thing was done above the table." The


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had exploited the girl, however, Fras-
er stated: "I exploited no one." Fraser 8
was also accused of Ahaking things up 2-
as he went along. I
Fraser also denied this suggestion. a
The trial continues. 2


NIGERIAN INTERNET SCAM OFFERING BAHAMIANS JOBS UNDER INVESTIGATION


FROM page one

do the job (either purchase
things or require services),.


after which you would write a
comment on the staffs' activ-
ities and give la detailed
record of your experience."
At $300 a survey, officers


MINISTRY OF WORKS & TRANSPORT


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CORRIDOR 11A


BAILLOU HILL ROAD

ROAD PAVEMENT WORKS


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#Please be advised that final Road Pavement Works will be carried out on sections of Baillou
Hill Road between BAHAMA AVENUE and TUCKER ROAD from Saturday March 19th,
to Sunday March 20th, 2011.

Motorists travelling along this route are advised to follow the traffic management in place and
use Poinciana Avenue, East Street & Wulff Road as an alternate.

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


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(The Contractor)
Jose Cartellone 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


said it is easy to see why per-
sons could be lured intog'ch
a scam. ,
Yesterday, a Tribune
employee turned out to be
just such a person.
While wishing not to be
identified, the victim
explained how he was con-
tacted on Facebook by a Jen-
nifer Osnuv, asking him to
carry out such a survey at
Western Union.
Creating an account at First
Caribbean Bank, the young
man said he was contacted on
his cell phone by an unidenti-
Sfed man with an "African
*^voice" demanding that he
.withdraw the $2.000 that had
been deposited and send itto
Amadi Kingsley, in Nigeria.
The test question for the
transfer was 'Who is the
greatest?' with the answer,
'God'.
However, with the employ-
ee having a $1,000 limit on his
account he could only send
half of the funds on Monday.
Yesterday when he went to
send the remaining balance
he was informed by banking
officials that he was involved
in a scam and would be arrest-
ed unless he returned the
$1,000 he had originally sent.
According to detectives
from the- Commercial Crime
Unit, this is a prime example
of a "Kiting scam" as the orig-
inal $2,000 in all likelihood
never existed. A kiting scam,
they explained is where per-


sons would intentionally write t
. a cheque for a value greater* .1
than their accourit balance !i
'from an account in one bank,
which is backed up by other a
'bad cheques from other banks
for nonexistent money. As it t
normally takes a few days for 3.
such cheques to clear, by the ?
time that the last bank.is
made aware of the.scam, the
fraudsters are successful in
withdrawing the funds that
were forwarded to them by
the unwitting third party, in
this case, the Tribune employ-
ee.
Up until press time last
night, the Nigerian contact
was still attempting tq reach
the Tribune employee or the
'transfer of the remaining
funds.
"These guys are still calling
me. And now I have to find
this grand to pay theybank
back. I consider myself-lucky,
'learning that people usually
are scammed out of thou-
sahds. I made a terrible mis-
take and was blinded by an
easy job and easy pay. I must
say it was an expensive expe-
rience.
"So if anybody is dealing
with a situation close to this,
because they could try and
switch it up, if anything try
and report it to the authori-
ties. Like the officers said,
they have cases like this but
they believe it is under report-
ed. There is'never anything
for nothing," he said.


CALL FOR GOVT TO COME CLEAN ON A
POSSIBLE 'ABUSE OF FUNDS' AT BIS

FROM page one

serious abuse of government funds. I understand that one i
such FNM operative was hired as late as this week with !
special budgetary measures and accommodations being ;
made to ensure that he is paid. I think that is what the pub- i
lic is concerned about and that is what the FNM ought to
answer," said Mr Mitchell.
Edward Ellis, BIS director, confirmed a public relations
professional was recently hired at BIS to work on special
projects. Sources clainted he is a known FNM supporter.
When asked about the potential conflict of interest, the
new BIS employee said: "I have no membership in the
FNM. I don't work for them. I have never received any .
money from them. I am a professional marketer going to BIS
to do what I do best. I don't mix politics with what I do. I
have always maintained a professional manner in how I
operate."
Mr Ellis was appointed director in October'2004. Under
his leadership, and formerly 'as an employee, Mr Ellis said he
can vouch for BIS and say no such activity takes place.
"The BIS is the Bahamas government agency of record.
We do public relations for the Bahamas government. I
know of no incident where the BIS has done any public rela-
tions for the FNM, not since I have been here. "
Sources claimed FNM related meetings are held during
BIS work hours, and BIS employees are engaged in devel-
oping slogans, ads, propaganda sheets for FNM officials, and
other party related communication functions. One source
said: "It is easy behind closed doors to blur the lines."
However, BIS employees yesterday denied the existence
of such a link.
One, who formerly did work for the FNM, said: "I do not
do speech writing or ad writing for the FNM. I am not
engaged by the FNM in any way. I am not aware of the exis-
tence of a team of BIS employees that work on FNM relat-
ed propaganda. I would be highly surprised if that were
the case," said the employee.


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


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THE TIBUN WEDNSDAY MARC 16,A11,NAGES


The field is wide open in 14th


Bahamas National Spelling Bee


THE field is once again
open for the 21 contestants
in the 14th Bahamas
National Spelling Bee that
will be held at the Wynd-
ham Nassau Resort on Sun-
day at 3pm.
Yelena Persuard, the
reigning Spelling Bee
champion who charmed the
crowd with her poise and
confidence, is attending
school in the United States
and therefore will not be
present to defend her
crown.
Only two contestants,
Ashonique Cleare, cur-
rently attending SC
McPherson Junior School,
and Ledeswanique Nixon
of Preston Albury High
School, Eleuthera have pri-
or experience of the gru-
elling competition 'having
competed in last year's con-
test.
That competition also.
saw a surprising tie for sec-
ond place between St
John's College's Malik Stu-
art and San Salvador High
School's Alexis Knowles.
The event will once
again be broadcast live on
ZNS TV 13 and Radio
1540.
The Spelling Bee was
introduced to the Bahamas
( in 1988 by veteran journal-
ist Oswald Brown.
Mr Brown has always
commended the then Min-
ister for State for Educa-
tion Dion Foulkes for
embracing the idea of the
Spelling Bee when he pro-
posed it in 1997.
At last year's champi-


THE FINAL THREE CONTESTANTS in last year's Spelling Bee:
Yelena Persuard (standing) emerged as the winner while Alexis
Knowles (left) and Malik Stuart.tied for second place. This year's
competition is slated for Sunday at the Wyndham Nassau Resort,
Cable Beach.


onship, Minister of Educa-
tion Desmond Bannister
presented Mr Brown with
an Oxford American Dic-
tionary as a token of appre-
ciation for his service and
support to the Spelling Bee
over the years.
Minister Bannister has
stated that the Ministry of
Education will continue to
support the Spelling Bee


because of the many bene-
fits for students.
He said that the majori-
ty of the students who par-
.ticipate in the Spelling Bee
contests at the schools and
at district levels are top
achievers in their schools,
and over the years many
have emerged as student
leaders and outstanding
scholars in the nation.


Daughter born to Louise Muir Roberts


A DAUGHTER was born
to Mrs Louise Muir Roberts at
Doctor's Hospital on Monday.
afternoon. Mrs Roberts is the
wife of Mr Mark Roberts, pro-
prietor of Builders Mall on
Wulff Road.
The baby, weighing 81bs 3
ozs, is the couple's first child


and the first grandchild for Mr
and Mrs Larry Roberts of
Bahamas Realty.
Dr Leon Dupuch, after
delivering Mrs Roberts' daugh-
ter, delivered his own son the
following afternoon. Dr Lau-
ra Dupuch gave birth to
Dominic Robert Lawrence


Dupuch on Tuesday, March 15.
Dominic weighed 81bs 3 ozs.
Dominic is the Dupuch's
fourth son, and the ninth
grandchild of Mr and Mrs
Pierre Dupuch of Executive
Printers.
Both mothers and their
babies are doing well.


Supporters introduce no-fly resolution at UN


UNITED NATIONS
Associated Press
SUPPORTERS of a no-fly zone over Libya
introduced a U.N. resolution Tuesday aimed at
stopping Moammar Gadhafi's planes from bomb-
ing civilians, with France urging quick action but
Russia and Gerniany expressing misgivings.
Divisions over a no-fly zone that emerged
among top diplomats from the Group of Eight
leading economies meeting in Paris earlier Tues-
day were already spilling into negotiations in the
15-member U.N. Security Council, which includes
many G-8 members.'
Britain's U.N. Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant
said council members will discuss the proposed
resolution "paragraph by paragraph" when they
meet again Wednesday morning. Members had
"a number of questions about the text, and every-
one agreed they would send it back to capitals
overnight," he said.
Chinese Ambassador Li Baodong said issues to
be clarified include whether the ban would apply
to all flights countrywide. Indian Ambassador
Hardeep Singh Puri said he and other members


need to know what countries would contribute
the assets for enforcing'a no-fly zone.
Lebanon, the Security Council's only Arab
member, introduced the no-fly provisions of the
draft resolution strongly endorsed by the Arab
League to council members at a closed meet-
ing Tuesday afternoon. The. Arabs are strongly
backed by France and Britain, which drafted ele-
ments of a no-fly resolution last week.
"We are deeply distressed by the fact that
things are worsening on the ground, that the
Gadhafi forces are moving forward extremely
quickly, and that this council has not yet reacted,"
France's U.N. Ambassador Gerard Araud told
reporters as he headed into the council meeting.
"In the coming days we want a resolution ... and
we will do our utmost to get it."
France and Britain failed to win support for a
no-fly zone during- the two-day meeting of G-8
foreign ministers and the group's final commu-
nique did not mention a flight ban. It instead
warned of unspecified "dire consequences" if
Gadhafi did not honor the Libyan people's claim
to basic rights, freedom of expression, and rep-
resentative government.


THE INSURANCE COMMISSION
OF THE BAHAMAS

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE

Applicants are invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of
Superintendent, Insurance Commission of The Bahamas (ICB).
The ICB is the primary regulator of both the domestic and external
insurance industries and as such is responsible and accountable for
planning, organizing and administering the Insurance Act and the External
Insurance Act ("Insurance Act").
The .Superintendent of Insurance ("the Superintendent") is the Chief
Executive Officer of the office of the Commission and has charge of the
day to day management and operation of the office.
The Superintendent reports to the Board of Commissioners, and is
responsible to the Board for implementing the mandate of the Commission.
Principal Accountabilities of the Commission are:
1. Plans, organizes and directs all regulatory oversight relating to the
administration of the Insurance Laws and the Regulations associated
therewith.
2. Directs a risk based program of continuous supervision of all licensed
insurers to ensure that the institutions are conducting business in a
sound and prudent manner.
3. Ensures that insurance companies and insurance intermediaries are
licensed'and registered in accordance with the provisions of the Law.
4. Directs the undertaking of early intervention action approved by the
Board of the Commission, in response to instances of imprudent
behaviour or non-compliance with statutes by licensees and registrants.
5. Manages and develops the supervisory agency in accordance with
international best practices.
6. Maintains a strong working relationship with the industry and other
financial services stakeholders.
Special Knowledge and Skills
1. Sound financial, accounting and analytical skills.
2. Excellent understanding of the risks inherent to the undertaking of
the business of insurance.
3. Excellent understanding of supervisory processes and responsibilities.
4. Excellent understanding of the Insurance Law and related statutes,
and the Regulations adopted pursuant to these acts.
5. Strong ability to solve problems and conclude issues in a practical
manner.
6. Strong oral and written communication skills.
7. Ability to deal effectively with contentious issues and differing opinions.
8. Ability to lead, motivate and develop staff to their highest potential.
Education
Position requires a university degree preferably at the graduate level in
Insurance, law, economics, business administration, accounting, actuarial
science or a professional designation that is equivalent.
Experience
'Position requires a minimum of ten years experience in the financial
services industry and at least 5 years supervisory experience, or a suitable
combination of business and financial institutions.
Remuneration Package
Competitive compensation terms are being offered.
Interested persons should submit their resumes no later than 29th March,
2011 to:
Insurance Commission of The Bahamas
P.O. Box N4844
3rd Floor Charlotte House
Charlotte & Shirley Streets
Or
Email: info@icb.gov.bs


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I Bank of The Bahamas
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Shareholders


of Bank


of The


Bahamas Limited (Bank) are hereby
advised that its Board of Directors
(Board), by way of resolution dated
9th March 2011, approved a Share.

Buy Back Plan (Plan). The Plan will
commence 17th March 2011 for a
period of up to 6 months and will

seek to repurchase up to one hundred
thousand (100,000) common shares
in the Bank, on the open market of
The Bahamas .International

Securities Exchange, and at a price
to be determined by the Board from
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Bahrain king clamps down;

three dead as unrest spreads


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TO SHAREHOLDERS


ANTI-GOVERNMENT protesters gesture in front of the Saudi
embassy Tuesday, in Manama, Bahrain. (AP)


MANAMA, Bahrain
Associated Press
BAHRAIN'S king declared
a three-month state of emer-
gency Tuesday to quell a Shiite
uprising, as clashes spread
through the capital and sur-
rounding villages in a show-
down that drew in the region's
major powers and splintered
along its main sectarian fault-
lines. At least two Bahrainis
and a Saudi soldier died, and
hundreds of protesters were
injured by shotgun blasts and
clubs. I
A force of more than 1,000
Saudi-led troops expanded to
defend the Sunni monarchy;
Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah
denounced the presence of for-
eign soldiers; and Washington
feared for its main naval base in
the Gulf. Any compromise
appeared distant at best, with
the latest order from Bahrain's
king and protesters' demands
for the royal faffrily to be top-
pled altogether.. '
Doctors were overwhelmed
by onslaught of patients at
Manama's Salmaniya hospital,
rushing the wounded into a
packed emergency room, forc-
ing many to wait in the halls.
Nurses held back tears when
attending to injured young
men, and doctors could barely
contain their anger.
"They were all shot from
close range," said Nabeel
Hameed, a neurosurgeon at the
* capital's biggest hospital. He
looked at an X-ray of the latest
patient, shot in the chest, and
added: "Yes, they do shoot to
kill."
The state of emergency in
the U.S.-backed regime gives
Bahrain's military chief wide
authority to battle protesters
demanding political reforms
and equal rights for the major-
ity Shiites.
At Manama's Pearl Square,
thesymbolic.center of their
revolt, thousands of protesters
were still in shock over the
arrival of the neighboring
armies when the. state of emer-


bullet flying and after that my
arm felt like it was falling off,"
said Mohammed Abdullah
Hassan, 18, who was shot in the
left elbow. "I saw blood and I
realized the bullet hit me."
Mohammed Abdulla Maki
al-Nasem, who was shot in his
right knee, said he was driving
with friends between the two
villages when they were'
attacked. He said he saw sev-
eral military vehicles some
flying a Saudi flag moving
along an overpass and shoot-
ing at cars below.
"They saw us and just shot
at us," al-Nasem said.
Shiite power Iran denounced
the foreign intervention as
"unacceptable" and predicted
it would complicate the king-
dom's political crisis.
A senior Bahraini foreign
affairs official, Hamad al-Amer,
called the remarks "blatant
intervention in internal Bahrai-
ni affairs" and said Iran's
ambassador to Bahrain was
summoned to the Foreign Min-
istry.
Iran holds no deep political
ties to Bahrain's Shiite groups,
but some Iranian hard-liners
have supported-their efforts
over the years for greater rights.
The United States bases its
Navy's 5th Fleet in the country
in part to try to counter Iran's
military reach.


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agency was declared. Bahrain
said more Gulf troops arrived
Tuesday. Opposition leaders
have not yet announced their
next move. '
"We are ready for anything,
but this protest started peace-
fully and it will end peaceful-
ly," said Ali Hassan, a demon-
strator in the square. "We have
no guns, but we will resist by
remaining here as long as we
possibly can."
U.S. Secretary of State
Hillary Rodham Clinton says
she prodded Saudi Arabia to
support a peaceful political
solution and stressed that "they
along with everyone else need
to be promoting the dialogue"
between protesters and the
monarchy.
The intervention of more
than 1,000 Saudi-led troops
from several Gulf nations was
the first major cross-border mil-
itary action to challenge one of
the revolts sweeping across the
Arab world. The Al Khalifa
family has ruled Bahrain for
200 years. The family enjoys
strong backing from other Gulf
states and the United States,
fearing Iran's expanding influ-
ence.
Several of the injured
. claimed Saudi forces opened
fire between A'ali and Buri,
two villages south of Manama.
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works to contain threat


ERIC TALMADGE,
Associated Press
SHINO YUASA,
Associated Press
SOMA, Japan


(AP Photo/Kygdo News)
STRICKEN: This October 2008 photo shows the Fukushima
No. 1 power plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co. at Okumamachi,
Fukushima prefecture, northern Japan. Radiation leaked from the
crippled nuclear plant in tsunami-ravaged northeastern Japan
after a third reactor was rocked by an explosion Tuesday, March
15, 2011 and a fourth caught fire in a dramatic escalation of the
4-day-old catastrophe. The government warned anyone nearby
to stay indoors to avoid exposure. From bottom to top, Unit 4,
Unit 3, Unit 2 and Unit 1.


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(AP Photo/Mark Baker)
PROTECTIVE SUITS: Officials wearing protective suits chat as
they usher people through a radiation emergency scanning
center in Koriyama, Japan,. Tuesday, March 15, 2011 four days
after a giant quake and tsunami struck the country's northeastern
coast.


A fire broke out at a nuclear reactor
again Wednesday, a day after the pow-
er plant emitted a burst of radiation
that panicked an already edgy Japan,
and left the government struggling to
contain a spiraling crisis caused by last
week's earthquake and tsunami.
The outer housing of the contain-
ment vessel at the No. 4 unfit at the
Fukushima Dai-iclii nuclear complex
erupted in flames early Wednesday,
said Hajimi Motujuku, a spokesman
for the plant's operator,. Tokyo Elec-
tric Power Co.
On Tuesday, a fire broke out in the
same reactor's fuel storage pond an
area where used nuclear fuel is kept
cool. causing radioactivity to be
released into the atmosphere. Tokyo
Electric Power said the new blaze
erupted because the initial fire had hot ,
been fully extinguished.
About three hours after the blaze
erupted Wednesday, Japan's nuclear
safety agency said fire and smoke could
no longer be seen at Unit 4, but that it
was unable to confirm that the blaze
had been put out. Also Wednesday,
Japan's nuclear safety agency said 70
percent of the nuclear fuel rods may
have been damaged at another Fukushi-
ma Dai-ichi reactor that was first strick-
en last week, triggering the crisis.
"But we don't know the nature of
the damage, and it could be either melt-
ing, or there might be some holes in
them," said an agency spokesman,
Minoru Ohgoda.
Japan's national news agency, Kyodo,
said 33 percent of the fuel rods at a sec-
ond reactor were also damaged.
Radiation levels in areas 'around the
nuclear plant rose early Tuesday after-
noon but appeared to subside by
evening, officials said. But the unease
remained in a country trying to recover
from the massive disasters that are
believed to have killed more than
10,000 people and battered the world's
third-largest economy.
The radiation leak caused the gov-
ernment to order 140,000 people living
within 20 miles (30 kilometers) of the
plant to seal themselves indoors to
avoid exposure, and authorities
declared a ban on commercial air traf-
fic through the area.
Worries about radiation rippled
through Tokyo and other areas far
beyond that cordon. The stock market
plunged for a second day, dropping 10
percent.


Plant operator considers spraying water and acid


TOKYO


The operator of Japan's stricken nuclear pow-
er plant is considering spraying water and acid
by helicopters and fire trucks into its troubled
reactors to prevent further radiation from leak-
ing. Masami Nishimura, a spokesman for Japan's
'i -


nuclear safety agency, said Wednesday that
Tokyo Electric Power Co. was considering the
measures 'after a string of explosions and fires at
the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant,
which was damaged by last week's massive
earthquake and tsunami.


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ing demand in the U.S. and a
few other places for a cheap
drug that can protect against
one type qf radiation damage
- even though the risk is only
in Japan.
Health agencies in Califor-
nia and western Canada
warned Tuesday that there's
no reason for people an ocean
away to suddenly stock up on
potassium iodide. Some key
suppliers say they're back-
ordered and are getting pan-
icked calls from potential cus-
tomers.
"Tell them, 'Stop, don't do
it,'" said Kathryn Higley,
director of radiation health
physics at Oregon State Uni-
versity.
"There's a lot of mythology
about the use of potassium
iodide," added Dr. Irwin
Redlener, a pediatrician and
disaster preparedness special-
ist at Columbia University.
"It's not a radiation antidote in
general."
The pill can help prevent
radioactive iodine from caus-
ing thyroid cancer, for which
children are most at risk in a
nuclear disaster.
Japan's Nuclear Safety
Agency has stored potassium
iodide to distribute in case of
high radiation exposure, and
the U.S. Navy is giving it to
military crews exposed to radi-
ation as they help with relief
efforts in Japan. But govern-
ment and independent experts
say that Ameridans have little
to fear from any radiation
released by the damaged
Japanese nuclear plant.


(AP Pholo Kyodo News)
PULLING TOGETHER: Tsunami survivors cook and eat in front
of their damaged house Tuesday, March 15; 2011 in Ishinomaki in
Miyagi Prefecture (state) after the area was badly damaged by
Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami.


"You just aren't going to
have any radiological material
-that, by the time it traveled
those large distances, could
present any risk to the Amer-
ican public," said Nuclear
Regulatory Commission
Chairman Greg Jazcko.
Other governments echoed
that warning.
"We do not expect any
health risk following the
nuclear reactor releases in
Japan, not is the consumption
of potassium iodide tablets a
necessary precaution," British
Columbia's health ministry
told the public Tuesday.
In Russia, where memory
of the very different Cher-
nobyl disaster 25 years ago is
strong, media reports said
pharmacies in Vladivostok, a
major port just west of Japan,
had run out of the pills.
"The mass media tells us
that the wind is blowing the


other way, that radiation pos-
es no threat. But people are a
mess," Valentina, Chupina, a
nanny in Vladivostok, said in a
comment posted on the web-
site of the newspaper Delovoi
Peterburg. She said people
don't believe the government
will warn them if something
goes wrong so potassium
iodide is being bought up in
the pharmacies.
: In the U.S., whether people
fear fallout from Japan or a'
nuclear accident here, potas-
sium iodide seems to have
become something of a hot
commodity.
"I feel strongly there is a
high likelihood we will have
radiation coming from Japan,"
said Tammy Lahutsky as she
waited at the Texas Star Phar-
macy in Plano, Texas on Tues-
day. There's not, but she
bought six bottles for herself
and a friend, anyway.


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Businessman:

Over 50% of

stores hit by

road-project.
Entrepreneurs bei4g told
to 'take the brunt of ths,
suck it up and bear the
cost of construction' ini
return for better roads
Ex-Chamber chief warns
government coming over
as 'uncaring'
Main issue for impacted
companies is 'survival'
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
More than 50 per cent of
the Superwash laundromat
chain's locations will ulti-
mately be impacted by the
New Providence Road
Improvement project, its
president telling Tribune
Business that for many
impacted
Bahamian-
C y'-E owned busi-
nesses the
question was:
"Can you
S survive the

DIONISIO agony to get
D'AGUILAR to the
promised
land?".
L Arguing that the Govern-
ment was coming across as,
"uncaring" over how the
project was being earried
out, Dionisio D'Aguilar said
the impact of road closures
on consumer traffic was
"devastating" for Bahamian
entrepreneurs who owned, a
one-outlet business, making
survival the main priority.
SEE page 5B
\

Jobless benefit

claims all-time

low in February

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net
Unemployment benefit
claims rose in January 2011
to levels not seen for four
months, before dropping to
the lowest level of ever
submitted since the benefit
scheme was launched in
April 2009.
Some 472 unemploy-
ment benefit claims were
made in January 2011,
higher than the 314 submit-
ted in December 2010, the
427 received in November
2010 and 455 in October
2010.
With 68 per cent, or 320,
of the 472 January claims
approved, this was a 36 per
cent increase over the
number of claims approved.
in December 2010 and a 5
per cent increase on the
number approved in
November.
The 334 claims approved
in October 2010 was the
last time a higher number
of claims were approved
In February 2011, the
unemployment benefit
claims dropped significant-
ly, by 37 per cent from Jan-
uary's 472 claims, to 296
claims. With 203 of these
awarded, this was the low-
est number of claims
awarded so far in the histo-
ry of the unemployment
benefit scheme.
It was also 56 per cent
lower than the 2010 aver-
SEE page 3B


NIB


osecutes 274


companies in 2011


* 30% self-employed compliance rate to

receive focus this year

* Contribution income up by $5m in 2010,

although 70% of employers pay late


By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net
.Some 274 Bahamas-based
employers were taken to
court in January and Febru-
ary 2011 for failure to pay
National Insurance Board
(NIB) contributions, its
director revealed yesterday.
If this rate of prosecutions
were to continue through-
out this year, the number of
businesses brought. before
the courts in 2011 will
eclipse that seen in 2010 -
when just under 1,000 firms


ALGERNON CARGILL


faced legal action from-the
NIB for delinquency by
around 70 per cent.
An even "bigger concern"


'DEPOPULATION' FEARS fOR

GRAND BAHAMA ECONOMY
Chamber chief fears worker
exodus will undermine -,:
sustainable economic activity
on island
Warns that high-priced
tourism product 'not
competitive right now'
Suggests Ministry not done
L enough to promote island,
and says GB 'must do Florida
and West Palm Beach one
K P TURNQUEST better'


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Grand Bahama Cham-
ber of Commerce president has
raised fears that the island's
shrinking population will
undermine sustainable eco-
nomic activity and develop-
ment, telling Tribune Business
that its tourism product was
"not competitive right now".
Speaking to Tribune Busi-
ness in the wake of Our
Lucaya's decision to lay-off 200
resort workers, K P Turnquest
said Grand Bahama's hotel
rates and airlift costs were too
high relative to the product
offered, and the community as
a whole had to explore ways to
reduce this and enhance com-
petitiveness.
Identifying Florida and West
Palm Beach as -Grand
Bahama's main tourism com-
petitors, rather than other
Bahamian islands, Mr Turn-
quest said it had to look at what
attracted visitors to the nearby
US and "do them one better".
Assessing the impact of the
Our Lucaya redundancies, Mr
Turnquest said that while the
job opportunities provided by
resorts on other islands, such
as Sandals Emerald Bay and
Bimini Big Game Resort, were
welcome, the departure of
more skilled workers from the
Grand Bahama labour force
brought with it other potential-
ly negative consequences.
"We're grateful that they've
[the hotels] agreed to take some
of those displaced workers, and
the opportunities that will arise
from.the Baha Mar project, but
we have to recognize that every
time people leave the island
we're depopulating," Mr Turn-
quest told Tribune Business.
"You can get into a down-
ward spiral with the lack of eco-
nomic activity. You have to be
careful about not having
enough population on the
island to sustain economic
SEE page 5B


for NIB than delinquent
employers is the number of
self-employed persons still
not complying with their
responsibility to make con-
tributions to the social secu-
rity scheme, with 70 per
cent presently said to be
delinquent.
"Self-employed persons
are now covered for all ben-
efits except unemployment
benefits. It is important for
self-employed persons,
where we have a compliance
.rate of 30 per cent, to be
SEE page 4B


'DRASTIC SITUATION' FOR TRANSPORT

, BUSINESSES OVER MARGIN'RISES'


By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Business Reporter
and NEIL HARTNEDL
Tribune Business Editor
The Bahamian transporta-
tion industry will face a "drastic
situation" if the Government
.approves dealer requests for
significant increases in gasoline
and diesel mark-ups, Tribune
Business was told yesterday,
especially those locked into
fixed contracts to provide their
services. I
William "Billy" Saunders,
proprietor of Majestic Tours,
said that while he can "sympa-
thise" with petroleum retailers,


* But 'real issue' is
petroleum tax structure
and high rents/franchise
fees demanded of retailers
by oil companies
who see their profits slashed
when oil-prices rise due to fixed
margins that are controlled by
the Government, any change,
in those mark-ups will "have a
tremendous effect" on his busi-
SEE page 5B


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JFK expansion


costs 'recouped


within 9 years'

* EIA says $68.5m construction budget returned through
alleviating opportunity and fuel costs associated with
traffic congestion
* Says some $7.68 million in costs per year eliminated

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor...
The $68.5 million construction costs for the Airport Gateway
Project's Phase One "would be recouped in less than nine
years" through reduced gasoline and opportunity costs associ-
ated with alleviated traffic congestion, the development's Envi-
ronmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has projected.
The EIA, conducted by Blue Engineering at the Ministry of
Works' behest, said that based just on congestion on that por-
tion of JFK Drive between Gladstone Road and Tonique
Williams-Darling Highway, some $7.68 million in traffic con-
gestion costs per year would be eliminated through widening the
airport access road from two lanes into a four-lane, highway.
Explaining that this section of JFK Drive had been selected
for analysis 'because it regularly became congested during
morning and afternoon peak travel times, the EIA said: "Based
on all motorist journeys taking an additional 20 minutes during
the peak hours, only a total of 584,000 hours per year is wasted
in congested traffic.
"Based on the average per capital income of $21,000, or $10
SEE page 4B












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Bahamiah home buyers are urged:




Move now to beat foreign interest


The Balmoral develop-
ment's principal has urged
Bahamian buyers with
financing to move now on
the project's 'move-in-ready'
single family homes to avoid,
being beaten out by foreign
investors.
The Sanford Drive-based
, project has designed its lat-
est product for first-time-
buybrs seelOng no change to
standard floor plans, three_-
of its 28 Phase II homes -
which are currently under
construction set-up in this
manner.
Jason Kinsale, Balmoral's
principal, said in a state-
ment: "The rush is now for


Bahamian buyers with mon-
ey, who are passing up great
market deals to savvy for-
eign investors who recognize
Balmoral's desirable neigh-
bourhood is better priced
than expected. We want
Bahamians to take first
advantage of spending good
investment dollars that
make sense.

Realities
"We are simply reflecting
market realities, which sug-
gest a shift by consumers
toward greater attention to
'Move-In ready' equity
investment, and they may


not have the time or the
inclination to build a new
single family home."
Balmoral said first-time
homebuyers were making
great efforts to come up with
cash downpayments, giving
them room to negotiate a
less costly single family
home.
It described one of its
'Move-In Ready' models,
the A5 concept, as featur-
ing a 7,356 square foot lot,
confplete with three bed-
rooms, three-and-a-half
baths, a two car garage and
about 2,578 square feet (not
including patio and
entrance).


City Markets chairman


in Grand Bahama tour


:The Bahamas
Maritime Authority




Assistant Director (Seafarers and Manning)

Applications are invited for the position of Assistant Director in. the
Seafarers and Manning Department of the BMA's London office. The
Seafarers and Manning Department is responsible for all' aspects related
to the training, certification and approval of seafarers and STCW courses,
and the assessment of the manning and ILO MLC 2006 provisions for
The Bahamas flagged fleet.

The successful candidate will be employed at a supervisory level with
duties including:

* Representing the Authority at meetings/forum on matters
relating to seafarers training and manning
* Oversight of the BMA processes and development of national
policies relating to seafarers, STCW course approval, safe
manning and ILO MLC 2006
.* Provision of training and manning guidance/assistance to
Owners, Managers-and the Authority"s other stakeholders
* Audit activities ..

Candidates for the post should have a STCW management level
certificate or university degree (in a maritime field) with practical and
theoretical knowledge of STCWNConvention/Code and the international
principles oni manning 6f ships.-The candidate should also be a qualified 7
ISM or ISO auditor with'lexpeit'ince in conducting audits. Applicants
with other relevant experience/expertise and applicants qualified in the.
field of maritime training/education will also be considered.

Applicants are invited to write, enclosing a copy of their C/V, and
details of their current salary to: Director, The Bahamas Maritime
Authority, 120 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AR, U K, or by
email to dhutchinson@bahamasmaritime.com

Closing date for applications is 18 March 2011.
All applications will be acknowledged.


City Markets' chairman
and his legal advisor have
visited the chain's three
Grand Bahama stores to
conduct site inspections, fol-
lowing recent announce-
ments of expansion plans for
the supermarket business.
Mark Finlayson and Sen-
ator Jerome Fitzgerald
toured the three outlets,to
ensure the stores were in
line with the company's poli-
cies and standards.'
The inspections involved


checking stock levels and,
.product variety.
Mr Finlayson spoke to
managers at the three loca-
tions and assured them that
a major push by the new
management was geared
towards integrating market-
ing formats, equipment
upgrades and product
enhancement.
The City Maiket execu-
tives also examined damage
incurred during a small fire
at the downtown Freeport


MARK FINLAYSON


store earlier this month.
Along for the inspection
was Jim Dunn, area sales
director of direct.imports
from SuperValu. SuperValu
is the major supplier of gro-
ceries, frozen and dairy
items to City Market stores.
Mr Dunn, Senator
Fitzgerald, Mr Finlayson
and Lindon Hepburn, gen-
eral manager for the Grand
Bahama stores, are shown
in conversation.


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THE TIBUN WEDESDA, MACH 1, 201,IPGESS


CAUTIOUS

OPTIMISM

FOR BETTER

CRAWFISH

SEASON
By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemediai.net
Fishermen and crawfish
retailers are cautiously opti-
mistic that the 2010-2011 craw-
fish season set to close at the
end of this month -'will see a
boost in both the quantity of
lobster caught and the average
price pulled in per pound.
Abner Pinder, chief coun-
cilor for the heavily crawfish-
ing-dependent Eleutheran
island of Spanish Wells, said
the catch-from fishermen in the
community between the open-
ing of the crawfish season in
August to the return of boats in
December "was better than last
year, from what I've seen".
He cautioned, however, that
the final analysis of whether the
'2010-2011 season panned out
better than the previous year
cannot be made until the last
crawfishing boats return
towards the end of this month
in time for the season close.
Prices per pound have so far
averaged out to around $2 to
$3 dollars higher than in 2009-
2010, noted Mr Pinder, when
the average cost per pound was
around $9 to $10.
"I would think it will end up
looking better overall. (The
fishermen) should be thanking
the good Lord," said Mr Pin-
der.
Gill Pinder, proprietor of
Ronald's Seafood in Spanish
Wells, a buyer of crawfish from
local fishermen, who supplies
restaurant chains such as Red
Lobster and Olive Garden,
agreed that the August to
December fishing period was
"much better than last year" in
terms of the quantity of lobster
caught, but cautioned that fish-
ing between January -and the
end of February "was not good
at all"., '
"If they have a better catch at
the end of this month my pro-
duction will be up over last
-year," he added.
In terms of pricing, Gill Pin-
der said prices per pound were
better in the August to Decem-
ber period than in 2009-2010,
but he fears that worldwide
events will put a dampener on
the economic rebound in" his
key market the United States
- with a consequential impact
on demand for lobster, and
prices for local fishermen.
"It's hard to say what it 'will
be for the next trip in because
the economy is stagnating now
because of the oil and the war
situation in the Middle East,
and the price of diesel keeps
going up, which is not good for
fishermen or consumers in the
United States. You're going to
have more people going out to
eat chicken, not lobster. I
expect to feel that but I sure
hope I don't," said Mr Pinder.


Reform key to eliminating





procurement favouritismm'


By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net
Modernising the
Bahamas' public procure-
ment system will reduce the
"perception" that the award-
ing of government goods'
and services contracts can at
times be influenced more by
political patronage than
public interest, the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce and
Employers' Confederation's
chairman believes.
Khaalis Rolle said it was
"very, very important" that
government procurement
systems be brought into
alignment with regional and
international standards, with
the present less-than-fully-
transparent system per-
ceived to stop as many busi-
nesses as possible receiving
the opportunity to benefit
from contracts that may be
offered by the Government.
"One of the issues small
businesses face is not hav-
ing the capacity to access
government tendering
because, in many instances,
bonds are required, the
process is not as transpar-
ent as it should be, and it's
frustrating, so I am very hap-
py to hear that's taking
place," said Mr Rolle.
He was speaking after the
Inter-American Develop-
ment Bank (IDB) revealed
on its website that it has
approved a project to "sup-
port the Bahamas Public
Procurement system
through ICT (information
and communications tech-
nology) and MSMEs (micro,


small and medium-sized
enterprises)".
The goal, according to the
IDB, is to ensure the Gov-
ernment's procurement sys-
tems are more aligned with
international standards,
"with new provisions for
promoting the participation
of MSMEs" in the process
and, therefore, in potential-
ly receiving government.
contracts to provide goods
or services.

Financing
The IDB will provide
$239,196 in financing
towards the $331,396 pro-
ject, with the remaining
funds to be put up by the
Government.
Welcoming the initiative,
Mr Rolle said: "By and large
it's a known fact that a small
group of companies that


JObless benefit claims

all-time low in February

FROM page 1B

age of 470 claims awarded each month.
Unemployment benefit claims have in general steadily
declined since 2009, apart from a jump in claims made
and awarded in June and July of 2010.
To claim unemployment benefit, a claimant must have
paid at least 52 contributions to National Insurance in his
work life and have been paid and/or been credited with 13
contributions in the 26 weeks immediately before the unem-
ployment began.
He or she must also have paid and/or'been credited with
seven contributions in the 13 weeks immediately before
the week unemployment began.
Benefits are paid at a rate of 50 per cent of the average
insurable income for up to 13-weeks.


have capacity to be able to
access government services
have been able to supply the
Government through the
procurement process, and
it's also considered a lack of
transparency in many
instances, whereby if you are
tied to a particular political
party and you have a busi-
ness, the process is easy for
you to access. I hear com-
plaints that it is extremely
difficult doing business with
government if you don't
know someone. How valid
that is I can't say, right off,
but that's the perception.
"I think with a well-


away from this subjectivity."
Mr Rolle noted that
access to government busi-
ness on an equitable basis
can play apart in supporting
the private sector during
economic hard times such
as those the Bahamas is now
showing some signs of
emerging from.

Difficult
"When we go through a
difficult period, government
services and business is usu-
ally one that is ramped up,
and with a new process and


BCCEC chairman.
Given its importance for
ensuring trade takes place
on a "fair" basis, steps to
bring the Bahamas procure-
ment process up to scratch
are also a necessary require-
ment for entrance into an
international trading regime
governed by the World
Trade Organisation (WTO),
as this nation is seeking, and
also forms part of the list of
reforms demanded as it
moves to fully implement
the Economic Partnership
Agreement (EPA) trade
deal with Europe.


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All Paradise Island Employers & Employees, all Paradise Island Residents, all
Transportation Companies and the General Public are hereby notified that The
Bridge Authority will be undertaking inspection works to the NEW Paradise Island
Bridge with effect from the Monday March 21st to Friday April 1s[ 2011. This exercise
will affect the Eastern side of the western Bridge and Lane 4 of the Toll Plaza.

The inspection work will be conducted during off-peak traffic times between the
hours of f0:00am 3:00pm, Monday to Friday. Work may resume after 3:30pm or
when traffic reduces, if needed, in order to ensure that work is completed on
schedule.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011, PAGE 3B


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PAGE B, WDNESAY, AROFI16, 011UHEITNBUN


JFK expansion costs


'recouped within 9 years'


FROM page 1B

per hour, this equates to $5.84 million. On aver.-
age, vehicles in New Providence consume 0.75
gallons of petrol per hour in congested traffic.
The total petrol consumption equates to 1,684
gallons.
"Based on an average cost of $4.20Qper gall6n,
this totals $1.839 million per year. Total wasted
opportunity time costs and running costs there-
fore equate to approximately $7.68 million per
year."
The EIA concluded: "Based on the construc-
tion cost estimate and land acquisition estimate,
the project will cost in the order of $68.5 mil-
lion. Therefore, based on the cost of congestion
at JFK Drive between Gladstone,Road and the
Tonique-Williams-Darling Highway only at the
present time, the project costs will be recouped in
less than nine years. .
"Congestion costs will be recouped far sooner
than this, however, due to the fact that traffic
congestion would be worse over time and would
also be relieved on other roads (most notably
West Bay Street and Carmichael Road)."
The EIA said the 'do nothing' option on the
JFK Drive expansion, between Windsor Field
Road and Bethel Avenue, was not feasible given


the projected total average daily traffic (ADT)
volume increase of an average 3 per cent per
annum until 2040.
"This rate is higher in the earlier years (4 per
cent) and lower in later years (close to 2 per
cent)," the EIA added. "It is estimated that in
2012 there will be approximately 12,905 vehicles
"-per day trivelling on JFK Drive, with 27,329 in
2040.
"It is also estimated that there will be a signif-
icant reduction of traffic on West Bay Street and
Carmichael Road-South-West-Bay Street as a
result of the proposed JFK Drive.'The average
daily flows on West-Bay Street and Carmichael
Road-South-West Bay Streeta eexpected"to
reduce by 9,473 and 5,282 vehicles resp actively for
2012." .
The four-lane JFK will have a capacity of\,
35,000 vehicles per day, but based on the pro-
jected traffic usage growth rate of 3 per cent p'er
year, its capacity could be exceeded by 2055, the
EIA warned.
While some 20 acres of forest will be removed
during the project, it has a $1.5 million budget for
landscaping improvements, the' EIA reveals.
Some 7,500 truck loads of fill will. be required for
the earthworks portion of the Airport Gateway
upgrade over a 12-month period,-working out
to 21 trucks per day. ''


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Estates, New Providence, Bahamas.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having any claim or demand
against the above, Estate are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 10th day of April A.D., 2011,
after which date the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets having
regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice.:

AND NOTICE is hereby given that all persons indebted to the said Estate
of John Egbert Tertullien are requested to make full settlement on 'or
before the date hereinbefore mentioned.


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Attorney for the Executors
Chancellors Chambers
P.O. Box N-4589
Nassau, Bahamas



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Irosecutes 274


companies in 2011


FROM page 1B

aware that if they are
injured on the job and their
contributions are not cur-
rent, they will not be cov-
ered for industrial benefit
and it is likely that all other
short-term benefits will be
declined," Algernon Cargill,
\NIB's director, told Tribune
siness yesterday.
our view it is obvious-
ly to th benefit to ensure
that contri ons are made.
timely, and this employee
group,will receive or
focus in 2011."
With regard to delinquent.


employers, Mr Cargill said
that despite the number of
businesses being brought
before the courts, and the
fact that only around 30 per
cent of employers pay their
contributions on time, the
NIB is of the view that-
"more businesses are now
more aware of their respon-
sibility to pay National
Insurance contributions on
time".
There has been a "slight
increase' in recent times in
the number of employers
who are in compliance with
National 'Insurance contri-
butions.
"Normally when we' find


that contributions have not
been paid, it has been a
deliberate attempt not to do
so," said Mr Cargill.
Before businesses are tak-
en to court, attempts are
always made to "negotiate
payments" with employers
or come to a financial agree-
ment whereby "at least the
contributions deducted from
employees, approximately
40 per cent of the contribu-
tions paid. on their behalf,
are paid".
NIB's contribution
income again increased in
2010 compared to 2009 by
$5 million, rising to $165 mil-
lion.


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Moody's debt downgrade


adds to Portugal's, woes


BARRY HATTON,
Associated Press
LISBON, Portugal
Moody's downgraded Por-
tugal's credit rating Tuesday,
saying the debt-stressed'coun-
try is struggling to generate
growth and faces a tough bat-
tle to restore the fiscal health
needed to calm jittery finan-.
cial markets.
The move is ,a setback for.
efforts by the 17 nations using
the euro currency, including
Portugal, to stem the bloc's
sovereign debt crisis which,
has forced Greece and Ire-
land to accept bailouts and,
could still spread to other
debt-heavy, and far bigger,
members such as Spain.
European leaders last
weekend agreed on a broad
set of measures they hoped.
would finally contain the con-
-tinent's financial difficulties
that over the past year have
threatened the existence of.
the single currency.
By increasing the size of'
the bloc's bailout reserve and
allowing it to purchase gov-
ernment debt, leaders hoped
to offset market fears about
the euro countries' fiscal'
soundness. But Moody's.
Investors Services said.Por-
tugal's prospects, despite the
introduction of long-awaited
reforms, remained gloomy as
it battled to erase debt and
persuade investors to lend it
Money amid global economic
uncertainty.
"The cost of market fund-
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INTERNATIO

BUSINESS.

until the deficit has
reduced to a sustainable
el and the prospects f
nomic growth
improved," Moody's s
statement. .
It cut Portugal's Ion
governipent bond rat
A3 from Al and as
western Europe'.s p
country a' negative ou
.The Moody's ann
merit came .on the e'
government debt ageni
.of 12-month Treasu
worth up toeurol bill
The development i
to push Portugal's a
punitive borrowing cos
- higher and will weak
government's argume
it does not need a bail
faces a long struggle
its financial plight.
." Since the external
ment is likely to take
years to complete, co
about the growth outli


likely to persist for some
time," Moody's said.
The ratings agency also
expressed concern about
funding for Portuguese
banks, noting they had been
shut out of markets for more
than a year and relied on the
European Central Bank for
loans. Financial help for them
'-: would add to the govern-
ment's burden, Moody's said.
Moody's praised the gov-
ernment's austerity measures
| , aimed at lowering a level of
national debt that has
alarmed markets and
prompted investors to charge
"" ." "" high rates for lending money
s been to a country viewed as risky.
ble lev- But the minority govern-
or eco- ment is under fierce political
have pressure to compromise with
aid in a opposition parties, which if
they voted together could
ig-term bring down the. administra-
tings to tion, and with trade unions
signed who have organized a 'series
poorest of strikes over the past year.
itlook. Portugal's budget deficit is
ounce- projectedto have hit a record
ve of a 9.3 percent of gross domes-
icy sale 'tic product in 2009 the
ry bills fourth-highest in the euro-
lion. zone and way above the 3
s likely percent allowed for the coun-
already tries using the common euro
sts even currency. Some analysts fear
:en the the austerity, measures could
,nt that backfire as they bite further
out asit into Portugal's weak eco-
out of nomic recovery after a con-
traction in 2009. The Bank of
adjust- Portugal expects a double-
several dip recession this year, while
ncerns the jobless rate has risen to a
ook are record 11.2 percent.


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nin-An-nnnma- nnunn cL/ nf I FROM pae IB


uvur iU70 U


stores hit by road project

FROM page 1B sure".
Tribune Business yesterd'
reported how Prince Charle
Calling on the Government Drive business owners ha
to provide some relief for yesterday blamed the roai
affected businesses, in the works for business declines
form of Business Licence, real between 40 and 80 per cen
property tax and Customs since they began last week.
duty exemptions, the former Robin Hood, Builder
Chamber of Commerce pres- Mart, a Shell service station
ident said the Ingraham Unique Custom Upholster
administration was effective- PC Engineers, Tai's One Stc
ly asking companies in these Barber, Bahama Concret
areas to "take the brunt of Sherwin Williams, Fresh Cu
this, suck it up and bear the Barber Shop, Eastern Vide
cost of construction" in return Amaze Uniforms, Princ
for upgraded road infrastruc- Charleg .Liquor Store an
ture. CMS Learning Centre wel
Mr D'Aguilar said his laun- among those represented
dromat at the junction of Fox a press conference.
Hill Road and Prince Charles Nioshie Bourne, owner
Drive will be the fourth of five the East Coast Pub, said:
locations impacted'by the Between last week and th
New Providence Road week our business went dow
Improvement project, follow- at least 80 per cent. Only o0
ing on from his Robinson really regular, regular cu
Road/First Street; Robinson tomers will'come to us. WV
Road/Minnie Street; and Sol-" knew we would suffer soln
dier Road/East Street loca- form of loss, and .in the lot
tion. His outlet at the Blue run I think these roadwork
Hill Road/Carmichael Road will be good for us, but w
intersection is also set to be need the Government t
affected shortly, meaning five work with us."
of his total nine lauindromats Donald Masekenuba
will suffer. whose family owns the Eas
"Superwash may be big ern Video store, said his bus
enough and strong enough to nesswvas down 55 per cent -
survive this, but there are a figure made all the more sig
lot of businesses not big inificant given that the family
enough and strong enough to was relying on the business 1
survive this," Mr D'Aguilar "sustain" them in light of
told Tribune Business. "The continued impact from road
Government is coming across works on Robinson Road c
as uncaring. The message business levels'at their othI
from them is: 'It is what it is; store, Furniture Haven.
suck it up. It's the'cost of "That one has not reco'
doing business'. ered yet, and now we are ge
"I don't think anyone' ting hit again here and it is
objects to where we're going; devastating thing. I am no
it's how we're .getting there. impeding progress, it has 1
We're very appreciative of be done, but it can't be don
this infrastructure project that at the expense of the sma
is going to create roads, that man. Let the contractor suffi
are wonderful to drive on. But something. If they have t
the question is: Can you sur- prolong the work....give i
-vive the pain and agony you something," he said, callir
have to get through to get.to for two lanes to be mad
the promised land?" available for traffic.
Fred Rahming of Builder
Irritating ,Ma~rt, e-ch.oed.these 'sent
: ents. "I am looking rigl
He added? "It's irritating!'': now at perhaps closing:it
that it's just happened this' doors because it doesn't mak
way. That whole stretch any sense. It's probab]
between Robinson Road and between 45 and 50 per cen
the Mall at Marathon has in business loss right now
been ongoing for ages and With things already in thl
ages. It will destroy a whole downturn from the economy'
heap of businesses. I'm sur- it feels like 80 per cent," h
prised business has survived added.
on Robinson Road for as long "We have a situation whei
as it has. we are hardly making any
"It would be good for the thing right now and it seen
Government to give people a to be a situation where no or
bone some real property tax is concerned. We had sever
relief,.Business Licence relief falks with -the Ministry (
- while this is under construe- Works, asking them for acce:
tion, even Customs duty relief to our businesses. They would
in the affected areas. tell you one thing and n
"But, basically, the Gov- even 24 hours after you would
ernment is.asking businesses find that it's a whole diffe
in these communities to take ent situation."
the brunt of this, suck it up
and bear the cost of construe- -
tion inm the belief that we will
get a wonderful road in six- COMMONWEALTH OF.
12 months," Mr D'Aguilar
said. IN THE SUPREME COU
"Speed is ot the essence, in
and out, and what frustrates
people is that there are so COMMON LAW SIDE
many instances where getting
in and out in an expeditious
manner has not been the BETWEEN ,
order of the day. It takes them
a long time to do what they BANK OF THE
promised to do. Although
they start off saying it will
take two months, it takes
them too long." .
The former Chamber pres-
ident said businesses in the
Prince Charles area that is GEORGET
being impacted by the road-
works had left a Town Hall
Meeting at Dame Doris John-
son High School on Thursday
night "with the understand- NOTICE OF ADJ
ing" that the Ministry of
Works would continue to dis- TAKE NOTICE that the C
cuss with the main Argen- the 29t day of June, A:[
tinean contractor, Jose Cartel-
loner, "the minimum amount heard on Wednesday th(
of road closure necessary to 2010 at 2:30 o'clock in th
complete the works .
The three options under before, the Deputy Reg
discussion then were a com- Supreme Court, Ansbac
plete road closure; closure of Lane and East Street N
one lane, as it is now; or keep- Lane and East treet N
ing' both lanes open and The Bahamas on Friday
switching them between the 2011 at 11:30 o'clock in
north and south side of Prince
Charles Drive as work pro- Dated this 24th day
grossed.
Most businesses, Mr
D'Aguilar said, wanted the


latter option to be taken, but REG
he added that "the Ministry
of Works, the Permanent Sec- This Notice was taken
retary and the powers that be Rigby & Co., Chai
firmly believe there is no way Dowdeswell Street,
we can do these roadworks Attorneys for the Plain,
without some sort of road clo-


ISTRAR

n out by Messrs. Gibson,
mbefs, KI-Malex House,
Nassau, The Bahamas,
tiff.


activity.
We really have to put urgent
the island's promotion as an in'
destination, leveraging the reach a
ity of the Government as well as t]
Bahama Port Authority, our
ay investors and the community over
es some business going in Grand Ba
ad "We need particular attention
jd- Ministry of Tourism, which to dat
of been as helpful as it maybe ough
nt been in terms of promotion of the
product."
's Mr Turnquest said Grand Baha
n, "gets lumped in with Florida for
n, part" by external tourism market
y the island needed its "own individ
Stion" from the Ministry of Touris:
e, up its attractions and character,
ts obtain its own brand identity.
0, "I would like to see the Mir
ce Tourism become more empowered
Ld to do certain creative things, and
re Grand Bahafia with its own budj
at it done," Mr Turnquest told Tribi
ness. "It's going to require a lot
of ment in the product, a lot of inve,
" people to bring them up to stand
is .can go out and market.
wn "Our situation has not, happen
ur because of the recession and exter
We as a product have not broui
es-
ie FROM page 1B

ks
ness.
we "It's going to. be an overall
to drastic situation for people in
transportation like myself who
a, cannot go up on their rates
st- because they have signed con-'
si-' tracts with suppliers of business
a to me, and people like me, and
g- these are signed for a year and
ly go through to December 31,
to 2011. So depending on what the
a Government does- and how
d- much they allow it to go up, it
in will have a tremendous effect
er on us," said Mr Saunders.
The Majestic Tours owner.
said he hoped that the question'
- of whether the Government
3 would grant a raise in the fixed
a .margins petroleum retailers
o have asked to charge an extra
o 19 cents per gallon of diesel and
ne 30 cents more per gallon of
ll gasoline would have been
er addressed "in a more timely
to fashion", which would have giv-
us en businesses more time.to
ig. "adjust accordingly".
le Mr Saunders said that if an
increase is granted to the petro-
's leum retailers, his company will
i,,, have to,respond by "control-
ht ling our vehicles much more
ny-i closely than we.hav, een.
e doing".
ly In our case, because we
nt operate quite a few pieces of
S equipment, 20 or so, on diesel,
w. we will have to control the dri-
e ving that the drivers do because
y' they do a certain amount of dri-
le ving for their own selves on my
time and my fuel," he said.
re However, one source with a
Y- keen interest in the situation
Ms told Tribune Business that the
ae Government and petroleum
al retailers were focusing on the
of wrong issues when it came to
ss addressing the latter's need for
ld financial sustainability.
ot Rather than focus on the
ld retailers' mark-ups, which cur-'
r- gently stand at $0.44 per gallon'
of gasoline, the source, who
requested anonymity, said the


THE BAHAMAS 2001

IRT


No.460



BAHAMAS LIMITED

Plaintiff

AND

rTE KNOWLES


Defendant

MOURNED HEARING

)rder for Examination filed on
D., 2010 and set down to be
e 10th day of November, A.D.,
e afternoon will now be heard
istrar, Ernie Wallace, of the
her Building, 3rd Floor, Bank
lorth, in the City of Nassau,
'the 18th day of March, A.D.,
the forenoon.

of November, A.D., 2010


'DEPOPULATION' FEARS FOR




GRAND BAHAMA ECONOMY


focus on
vestment
nd capac-
he Grand
existing
rall to get
ahama.
from the
:e has not
ht to have
e tourism
ma often
the most
eters, and
ual atten-
m to play
stics, and
nistry of
ed locally
focus on
get to get,
mune Busi-
of invest-
stment in
ard so we

ned just
nal issues.
eight our-


have to do something about the cost of get-
ting here and the cost to stay here.
"We have to look at the product, what
we have to offer, and price ourselves to
give us an opportunity to be competitive.
Right now, I don't think we are competi-
tive."
Our Lucaya Beach and Golf Resort
closed down two of its three resorts, reduc-
ing its room inventory from 1,200 to 500
rooms, after it laid-off the 200 workers.
Some 550 persons will remain directly
employed, and over 200 contracted per-
sons will remain on, resulting in a total of
some 800 saved jobs.
The hotel has struggled with low occu-
pancy levels for some time, and Prime Min-
ister Hubert Ingraham has previously
praised its owners Hong Kong-based
Hutchison Whampoba- for maintaining staff
levels despite having to subsidise the hotel's
payroll due to losses which, in 2010, were
said to amount to "tens of millions".


'DRASTIC SITUATION' FOR TRANSPORT FIRMS OVER MARGI 'RISES'


real problems were the Gov-
ernment's petroleum industry
tax structure coupled with the.
high rents and franchise fees,
demanded of dealers by the
major oil companies Esso,
Texaco and FOCOL (Shell).
Describing proposals to-raise-
the diesel and gasoline margins
by $0.19 and $0.30 respectively
which, if granted, would take
the latter's dealer margin to
$0.74 per gallon, as- "uncon-,
scionable" where consumers
were concerned,, the source
said: "They're going in the
wrong direction. In seeking to
resolve this issue and make
retail businesses more viable,
two things.have to be consid-
ered.
"First isthe high taxes the
Government places on petro-
leum products, and second is
that the oil companies, through
large rental fees and large fran-
chise fees, make it untenable
for retailers to survive.
"It also makes it extremely
difficult for business people,


whose business is fuel depen-
dent, and the consumer. We're
increasing the cost to them, and,
the only people who benefit. are
the Government and the large
oil companies."
The. Government benefits
. every time the oil price goes up.
because its 7 per cent Stamp
Tax take per gallon of gasoline
also rises, in addition to the
$1.06 flat rate it takes per gal-
lon. The oil companies, at the
wholesale level,, also take their
revenues and profits "off the
top" through the various fees
levied on their dealers.
"We're already over-taxed
and you're asking us to' pay
more?" the source said of the
margin increase request. "If you
want to find your relief, reduce
the taxes and expenses associ-
ated with operating the service
station. It's a known fact that
the oil companies charge high-
rents and high franchise fees,
not on the net but on the
gross."
SThe source added that the


last time gasoline margins were
increased, the oil company.
response was to increase rents
and franchise fees.-
Dionisio D'Aguilar, the for-
mer Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce president, yester-
day told Tribune Business that
the margin increases being
sought were."huge" as far as
all Bahamas-based consumers
and businesses were.concerned.
Explaining that he had'20
vehicles operating daily
between his two businesses, the
Superwash president said he
likely spent around $8,000 per
month on fuel. .
Pointing out that it would
have been better to increase
margins by $0.01 or "pennies"
every year, rather than all at
once,: Mr D'Aguilar said:
"Every company uses vehicles,
so if you think you're doing us a
favour by holding off on
increases for years, then hitting
us with a huge increase, that's
not good for business plan-
ning.". .


The Government of The Bahamas has received financing under the President's Emergency
Plan for \lTDS Relief (PEPFAR) to manage HIV/.IDS Strategic Information, Laboratory
"Tesnng and Prcvcmion Prograims.

The MinisLr- of Heilth invites application to fill positions of Strategic Laboratory
StreCnigthl ini M\anaiL-r and Information .Management Business Analyst.

POSTSTFOR IMMEDIATE HIRING

STRATEGIC LABORATORY STRENGTHENING MANAGER

General Function .
Tl'he succcf'ul candidate will be responsible for hlie provision of laboratory quality assurance
advice and assistance to the various laboratories in country, to support surveillance for HIV,
STD, TB, 01. and emerging diseases. The candidate will establish and implement QA
standardss and ,ipcratinbk proccdurcs. including pLcL'imcn and inventory management.

Work closely with the PEPFAR .aboratory Implementing Partner (AFENET) to camy our
Iaboraiton gap a.dJ.. resolve noq-confi nnance, insistt in the implementation of the ISO
15189 QIa.liiy M.:\'nageme-nt Systenm iQMS) .and .acrcditaion of the Integrated Public Health
'Laboratory.

Education and Experience
a) MNa r:r- or Doctoral degree in laboratory science. biumcdic:dl research, or related fieid;
b) -.xpLriiince in clii al hibor.uorv lrac c, ,
c) Knowledge 4 ifnrvimariit m,.il l:abirarory standards; focus onRHIV, TB and S'1 diagnosis
and clinical moniit irimu "

Interested persons are invited to submit a cover h Itcr, current curriculum vitae and'photoin
Word or PDF format to paulabowleg@bahamas.gov.bs. Applications must be received by
5pm on Thursday, March 17, 2011,

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT BUSINESS ANALYST

General Purpose
The Business Analyst is responsible for supporting information management initiatives
across the Ministry of Health (MN I I), with a focus on developing custom reports to enable
HIV/AIDS management,

The Business Analyst will document clinical information system requirements for the
Natibnal'AIDS Program, support the implementation of systems across clinics, and develop
and implement business and clinical reports to enable decision making.

Education and Experience
a) Bachelors degree in Public Health Administration, Information Management, or related
field;
b) Three to five (3 to 5) years of experience in a related position, preferably in the health
field;
c) Software application expertise in clinical information systems, spreadsheets, and databases;
d) Certification/experience in Project Management is an asset..

Salary will be commensurate with degree and experience and includes standard project
benefits.

Interested persons are invited to submit a cover letter, current curriculumvirw n aid photo in
Word or PDF format to paulabowleg@bahamas.gov.bs. Applications must be received by
5pm on Thursday, March 17, 2011.


1:^-lira


BUSINESS


selves up to standard by providing a service
that will cause visitors to come back. We
have to pull up our own socks, retrain and
get back to business. This is a Grand
Bahama issue and we have to take our own
responsibility and role in that."

Niche
Looking ahead to how Grand Bahama
could compete and find its own niche in
the tourism world, Mr Turnquest told Tri-
bune Business: "I think that our competi-
tion is not necessarily the Bahamas. We
cannot compete with Nassau, Abaco and
Exuma, which have their own attractions,
charm and characteristics that we don't
have in Grand Bahama.
"Our competition has to be Florida and
'West Palm Beach. We have to look at what
attracts people there and do them one bet-
ter. I think our hotel rates are basically too
high. We're a high cost destination, but











AP GE SB WEDNESDAYMARCH 16 2 1


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EAR THQUAK E A N D T S U N A M I A F T ER M A TH
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JAPAN BOOSTS HOLDINGS OF US DEBT IN JANUARY
WASHINGTON
Japan increased its holdings of U.S. government debt for
an eighth straight month in January. But the second-largest
holder of U.S. Treasury bonds will likely scale back its purchases
of foreign holdings, and even sell off some, mcing manth.1
to divert money toward rebuilding-nafion devastated by a
powerful earthquake and an-ensu-mg nuclear crisis.
The Treasury Department said Tuesday that Japan boosted
its holdings 0,4 percent to $885.9 billion in January.
Economists said a reduction in Japan's foreign holdings
would put some upward pressure on U.S. interest rates. But
they cautioned the change would have a limited impact.
The Federal Reserve, which has been buying Treasury secu-
rities as part of its efforts to keep interest rates low, would move
to counteract any significant increase in rates, they said.
"Any impact from the sales would be short-term and rela-
tively small," said Nariman Behravesh, chief economist at IHS
Global Insight.
The Treasury report showed that China, the largest holder of
U.S. debt, reduced its holdings for a third straight month, trim-
ming them 0.5 percent to $1.15 trillion. -
--Oveall, foreign holdings of Treasury securities rose 0.3 per-
cent to $4.45trillioninJanuary. This data is carefully followed
to determine whether foreign 'o 1es still have an appetite for
Treasury-debt at a time of record fed ra-deficits.
Interest rates could rise if the biggest buyers ofWT.S. debt
began trimming their holdings significantly. That would slow
America's economic recovery and increase Washington's costs
for financing the $14.3 trillion national debt.
But Gregory Daco, another economist at IHS Global Insight,
said the crisis in Japan makes Treasury securities more attrac-
tive, as does unrest Middle East and.other problems facing
the global economy. That's because U.S. Treasurys are con-
sidered to be among the safest investments.


galNotice
NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) GIGANTE OVERSEAS HOLDINGS S.A. is in dissolution
under the provisions of the International Business Companies Act
2000. '
(b) The Dissolution of said Company commenced on
March 15,2011 when its Articles of Dissolution were submitted and
registered by the Registrar General.
(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Zakrit Services Ltd. of 2nd
Terrace West, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas.
(d) All persons having Claims against the above-named Company are
required on or before the 27th day of April, 2011 to send their names.
and addresses and particulars of.their debts or claims to the Liquida-
tor of the company or, in default thereof, they may be excluded from
the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.
March 16,011

ZAKRIT SERVICES LTD.
LIQUIDATOR OF THE ABOVE-NAMED COMPANY



FINCO

NOTICE
RBC FINCO INVITES TENDERS

RBC FINCO invites tenders for the, purchase of the
following: .

"All THAT" piece parcel or lot, of land comprising Lot #23,
Cordeaux Avenue & Minnie Street, situated in the Southern
District of New Providence,. one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of the Bahqmas. Situated thereon is a Single
Family Residence consisting of a 2 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms.

Property Size: 5,000 sq. ft.
Building Size: 1,224sq. ft.

This property is being sold under Power of Sale contained in a
Mortgage to FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS
LIMITED.

All offers should be forwarded in writing in sealed envelope,
addressed to the'Manager, Royal Barik Collections Centre, P.O.
Box. N-7549, Nassau, Bahamas and marked 'Tender 4391"P'. All
offers must be received by the close of business 4:00 p.m., Friday
l April, 2011.



-RBC
F1NCO

NOTICE
RBC FINCO INVITES TENDERS

RBC FINCO invites tenders for the purchase of the
following:

"All THAT" piece parcel or lot of land comprising Lot#13,
Misty Gardens Subdivion, situated in the Southern District of
New Providence, one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas. Situated thereon is a Multi Family Residence
consisting of 1-3 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms and 1-2 Bedrooms
and 1 Bathroom.
Property Size: 5,700 sq. ft.
Building Size: 1,674 sq. ft.

This property is being sold under Power of Sale contained in a
Mortgage to FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS
LIMITED.

All offers should be forwarded in writing in sealed envelope,
addressed to the Manager, Royal Bank Collections Centre, P.O.
Box N-7549, Nassau, Bahamas and marked "Tender 3703". All
offers must be received by the close of business 4:00 p.m.; Friday


l' April, 2011.


Japan crisis put:




NmarOkets


Fears over the escalating nuclear crisis in
Japan overtook financial markets around
the globe Tuesday, pushing stocks and oth-
er investments lower. The Japanese stock
market lost 10 percent of its value, and
Wall Street dropped steeply before bounc-
ing back.
The Japanese Nikkei average fell to its
lowest level in nearly two years after the
country's prime minister said four crippled
reactors at a nuclear power plant on the
country's devastated coast were leaking
dangerous amounts of radiation.
In 'the U.S., the Dow Jones industrial
average fell almost 300 points at the open-
ing bell. The futures market, which can
indicate how stocks will perform, looked so
. ugly before trading began that the New
York Stock Exchange invoked a special
rule to smooth volatility.
'The Dow recovered somewhat later in
the day but still closed down 138 points,
or more than 1 percent.
"It's a situation where you sell first and
ask questions later," said Peter Cardillo,
chief market economist at New York-based
brokerage house Avalon Partners.
Investors sold stocks primarily because of
fear that the disaster in Japan would slow
down the global economy. Japan is the
world's third-largest economy, manufac-
turing goods from computer chips to auto-1
mobiles, and buys 10 percent of U.S.
exports.
'The jarring day came less than a week.
after the two-year anniversary of the low
point for the markets, after the 2008 finan-
cial crisis. Stocks have almost doubled in:
value since March 9,2009.


(AP Photo/Kyodo'News)
RADIATION ALERT: A poCket(radiation detec-
tor shows 2.9 micro-sieverts per hour at an
evacuation center in Koriyama for people liv-
ing around the Fukushima DaH-ichi nuclear
plant Tuesday afternoon, March 15, in
Fukushima Prefecture.
Over the last five trading days, however,
the Standard & Poor's 500Qindex has near-
ly lost 3 percent because of higher oil prices,
signs of weaknesses in China's economy,
and the still unknown impact of the quake
and tsunami in Japan....
"Markets are going to remain on edge
until we know the full extent of the situa-
tion in Japan," said Michael Ryan, chief
investment strategist with UBS Wealth
Management. ?_"I::-" '
The Japanese markets have taken a huge.
hit since the quake and tsunami struck last
week. The Nikkei average fell a staggering
10.6 percent Tuesday, more than 1,000
points, and has suffered its worst two-day
loss in 40 years.
In addition to Japan, investors on: Wall


Commodities prices pln
NEW YORK
1 Commodities prices plummeted Tuesday. as the nuclear crisis in.
Japan raised more questions about the nation's ongoing demand
for grains, metals and oil.
The steepest'price declines included wheat,' corn; soybeans,
gasoline and palladium, a metal used in automobile-eatalytic con-
verters. Even prices for gold and silver, typically considered safe-.
haven holdings, dropped. Potentially dangerous levels of radiation
leaked from a crippled nuclear plant in Japan days after a deadly
earthquake and tsunami hit the country.
Traders are awaiting more clarity about what lies ahead for
Japan because it is a huge. importer of raw materials. They are con-
cerned that demand will decline as Japan focuses on containing the


HRBC
FINCO

NOTICE
RBC FINCO INVITES TENDERS

RBC FINCO invites tenders for the purchase of the
following:

"All THAT" piece parcel or lot of land comprising Lot #8, Gold
Rock Creek, situated in the Grand Bahama one of the islands.
,of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Situated thereon is an
undeveloped property

Property Size: 10,000 sq. ft.


This property is being sold under Power of Sale contained in a
Mortgage to FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS
LIMITED.

All offers should be forwarded in writing in sealed envelope,
addressed to the Manager, Royal Bank Collections Centre,: P.O.'
Box N-7549,,Nassau, Bahamas and marked "Tender 4365". All
offers must be.received by the close of business 4:00 p.m., Friday.
f" April, 2011.



RBC
FINCO

NOTICE
RBC FINCO INVITES TENDERS

RBC FINCO invites tenders for the purchase of the
following:

"All THAT" piece parcel or lot of land comprising Lot
#368, Pigeon Plum Street, Pinewood Gardens, situated in the
Southern District of New Providence, one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Situated. thereon is a Single
.Family Residence consisting of a 3 Bedrooms and 1 Bathroom.:

Property Size: 5,000 sq. ft.
Building Size: 857.80sq. ft.

This property is being sold under Power of Sale contained in a
Mortgage to FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS
LIMITED.

All offers should be forwarded in writing in sealed envelope,
addressed to the Manager, Royal Bank Collections Centre, P.O.
Box N-7549, Nassau, Bahamas and marked "Tender 4435". All
offers must be received by the close of business 4:00 p.m., Friday
'tApril, 2011. K


s world



on edge

Street fretted about the Middle East, where
Saudi Arabian troops moved into Bahrain
and Libya's oil exports ground to a halt
because of the rebellion against leader
Moammar Gadhafi. Government bonds
and other assets considered safer invest-
mfientrose in price. .
Stocks pared-earUer losses after the Fed-
eral Reserve said that thIe U.S, economy
Swas on "firmer footing.' Sti,;-29out of the
30 stocks that make up the Dow industrial
average closed lower for the day.
Intel Corp., and Cisco Systems Inc. had
the steepest falls, in part because they
depend on Japanese factories for products
or parts. Insurer Aflac Inc., which does 75
percent of its business in Japan, fell nearly
6 percent, the biggest drop in the S&P 500.'
The Dow Jones industrial average closed
down 137.74 points, or 1.1 percent, at
11,855.42. The S&P fell,14.52 points to
1,281.87. AllU 10 types of"companies that
make up the index finished lower. Utili-
ties had the largest fall, losing 1.9 percent,
because of concerns that the disaster in
Japan will make countries: rethink plans
for nuclear energy. First Solar. a company
that makes solar panels, gained 8.1 percent
to lead the S&P index.
The Fed's statement pushed government
bond prices down from their highest levels
of the year. Bonds typicalJy rise when
investors seek safer assets and fall when
the economy is growing.
.In response to questions from the Senate
Banking Committee on Tuesday. Treasury
Secretary Timothy Geithner dismissed wor-
ries that Japan, which holds the most
American government debt after China,
would sell its holdings to pay for its rebuild-
ing efforts.


mmet on Japan's crisis
nuclear crisis and recovering from the disaster that killed thousands.
Many are selling commodities in favor of assets considered rel-
atively safe, such as U.S. Treasurys and the dollar.
"Everything is getting clobbered," LaSalle Futures Group ana-
lyst Matt Zeman said. "1I think investors are starting to get their
arms around the economic and financial impact that this crisis is'
going to have."
He expects commodities contracts to continue to sell off in the
coming weeks until more details surface about the impact of the dis-
aster. In 2009, Japan was the world's third-largest importer of
agricultural products and was the fourth-largest market for U.S.
agricultural products, the U.S. Agriculture Department said. It
ranks among the top three markets for U.S. exports of wheat,
corn and hogs.

RBC
FINCO

NOTICE
RBC FINCO INVITES TENDERS

RBC FINCO invites tenders for .the purchase of the
following:

"All THAT" piece parcel or lot of land comprising Lot: South
Cowpen Road near SeaviewAcres, situated in the Western District
of New providence, one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas. Situated theron is a Triplex'Multi Family Residence
consisting of 1-3 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms and 2-2 Bedrooms
and 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 8,220 sq. ft.
Building Size: 2,447 sq. ft.

This property is being sold under Power of Sale contained in a
Mortgage to FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS
LIMITED.

All offers should be forwarded in writing in sealed envelope,
addressed to'the Manager, Royal Bank Collections Centre, P.O.
Box N-7549, Nassau, Bahamas and marked "Tender 3805". All
offers must be received by the close of business 4 00 p.m., Friday
,l'"April, 2011. : .'

RBC
S FINCO

NOTICE
RBC FINCO INVITES TENDERS

RBC FINCO invites tenders for the purchase of the
following:

"All THAT" piece parcel or lot of land comprising Lot #31, Gold
Rock Creek, situated in the Grand Bahama one of the islands
of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Situated thereon is an
undeveloped property

Property Size: 10,000 sq. ft.


This property is being sold under Power of Sale.contained in a
Mortgage to FINANCE CORPORATION OF BAHAMAS
LIMITED.

All offers should be forwarded in writing in sealed envelope,
addressed to the Manager, Royal Bank Collections Centre, P.O.
Box N-7549, Nassau, Bahamas and marked "Tender 4501". All
.offers must be received by the close of business 4:00 p.m., Friday
l"April, 2011.


T Il 1 TM D Ih lr


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E A R TH Q U A K E A N D T S U N A M I A F T E R M A T H
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OIL PRICES FALL TO LOWEST LEVEL IN WEEKS
NEW YORK
Oil prices fell sharply Tuesday on deepening fears about Japan's
economy after its nuclear crisis worsened following a devastating
earthquake and tsunami.
Potentially dangerous levels of radiation have been reported
leaking from a crippled nuclear complex in the disaster area. More
than 10,000 people are thought
to have died after the earthquake
and tsunami hit Japan on Friday.
Investors worried about dimin-
ished demand for oil and other
products in Japan', the world's
third-largest oil importer. How-
ever, Wall Street analysts expect 3--
that Japan will eventually
increase imports of oil, coal and
natural gas. I
Royal Dutch Shell PLC said
Tuesday that it will send lique-
fied natural gas and fuel oil to
Japan to help meet power short-
ages. Japan produces about 28 '',
percent, of its energy from coal-
fired power plants, but can also B
run some generators on LNG and
even crude oil. Fifty-four nuclear .................................................
reactors provide about 25 per-.
cent of the country's power. Four of those reactors are in the
nuclear plant that leaked radiation.
Benchmark West Texas Intermedidte crude for April delivery
dropped $4.01, or 4 percent, to settle at $97.18 per barrel on the
New York Mercantile Exchange.
In London, Brent crude fell $5.15, or 4.5 percent, to settle at
$108.52 per barrel on the ICE Futures exchange.
The uncertainty over how long it could take Japan to recover
triggered a sell-off in other commodities as well, as stocks markets
fell around the world. Many investors bought'assets considered to
'be safer to hold during uncertain economic times, such as the dol-
lar. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost nearly 300 points,
before regaining some ground to close down nearly 138 points, or
1.1 percent. .
The Standard & Poor's 500 index and the Nasdaq composite
index also were lower. Stocks got a boost off earlier lows after the
Fed said it will stick with its $600 billion bond repurchase program
and the U.S. economy was on a firmer footing.
After a rise in oil prices like the world saw this month "we
were due for a sinkhole day like this," said Tom.Kloza, publisher
and chief oil analyst at Oil Price Information Service.
Oil prices are still higher than they were in mid-February when
uprisings in Libya shut down that country's oil production and sent,
benchmark crude from about $85 a barrel to more than $105 a bar-
rel last week, its highest level since September 2008. Libya pro-
duced only about 2 percent of the world's crude. Prices rose how-
ever on concerns that unrest would spread to bigger producers like
Saudi Arabia. Troops from Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations
are in neighboring Bahrain to help keep order as anti-govern-
ment protests continue there.
Kloza and Tom Bentz, director of BNP Paribas Commodity
Futures- Iy tl.ink oil prices vwilfl.aU further because of ongoing
concerns about Japan. Bcnz speculated prices couiTd fall as l as
$95,a barrel in coming yw ,, "..,
...'....'-'.... --- ------


Hawaii tsunami damages



jump to tens of millions

HONOLULU I ,' \ V I SEVERELY DAMAGED:


Lost homes, sunken. boats
and damaged piers caused
tsunami damage estimates to
jump into the tens of millions of
dollars in Hawaii and Califor-
mia.
In Hawaii, the rough esti-
mate combines damage to
homes, businesses, hotels,
boats, piers and government
infrastructure.
The most serious damages
were near Kealakekua Bay and
Kailua-Kona on the Big Island.
Haleiwa and Keehi Lagoon on
Oahu, as well as areas of Maui
and Molokai, also lost signifi-
cant value.
At least 25 boats sank at
Keehi Lagoon, and an unde-
termined number of homes
may have been destroyed along'
the Big Island's west coast
-beyond the two previously
reported, including.one that
floated out to sea. .
No one was killed or injured
during the tsunami, which
arrived in Hawaii early Friday
morning as a result of a magi-
tude 9.0 earthquake in Japan.
"It's in the millions in terms
of property, but it's very small
in terms of personal injury and
'deaths. Of course, we're very,
very.fortunate," said Gov. Neil
Abercr mbie, who planned to
visit areas damaged by the
tsunami on Tuesday.
Additional losses may pile.
up because thousands of Japan-
ese tourists have already can-
celed vacations to Hawaii since
the tsunami, dealing a crushing
blow to. the state's tourism-
dependent economy.
"The economic -conse-
quences will be severe for us,"
Abercrombie said. "It's going
to. be:terrible. It's gding to be
-rough.'Itlsisomethingiwe have-,,
tdo come tbigrips *'ith;i


He said he would call the
state Council on Revenues back
into session to revise last week's
forecast, which already put the
state government's projected
shortfall at nearly $1 billion
over the next two years.
Hawaii residents and busi-
nesses have sustained enough
financial harmn that the state
should-qualify for federal assis-
tance, including' loW-interest
recovery loans through the
Small Business Administration
and other associations, he said.
It will take months to clear
debris from.piers and the ocean
floor, arid much longer to. repair
damaged shorelines, said Ed:
Underwood, Division of Boat-
ing and Ocean Recreation
administrator for the Depart-
ment:of Land and Natural
Resources.'
At' least 200 boats at Keehi
Lagoon on Oahu were dam-
aged when their floating.docks
broke loose, pushing them out
to sea and then pulling -them
back in when waves crashed
toward shore.


S. Battered boats are seen
in the Keehi Small Boat
harbor, Friday, March 11,
2011 in Honolulu. A
tsunami,generated by the
Japan earthquake hit
S. Oahu causing damage
Around the island. The
ii' harbor's piers and.'many
k, boats were severely dam-
aged by the tsunami.
S-. Many boats were freely
k:' 'floating in the harbor.
'Several were sinking.
(AP Photo/ Marco Garcia)

NOTICE

BMJV LTD


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

BMJV LTD. is in dissolution under the provisions of the
International Business Companies Act 2000.

The dissolution of the said Company commenced on the
9th March, 2011 when its Articles of Dissolution were
submitted to and registered by the Registrar General.
The Liquidator of the said Company is Ms. Toni Godet of
Tradelnvest Asset Management Company Limited, Lyford
Manor, West fBuilding, Lyford Cay, P.O. Box 7776/193,
New Providence, The Bahamas.

Dated the 9t day of March, A.D., 2011.

H & J CORPO1 ATE SERVICES LTD.

Registered Agent
for the above-named Company
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Proposal For Independent Auditors

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,aL.'m.n i'S for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2i'11 .ubjcc co renewal for an additional wo
years. The financial statements are to be com placed in April, filling the i'er-end.

The 2009 Aniual Rcport can be ak.Jdi' .u'.' :".ib ..,i b .

The proposal should include, but not be limited to:

1. GCLh. i ril miiif.n ri ihe firm and itslocal .i J "' r inc ernanal affiliates*









can provide the NIB.

5. Comments with respect to the firm's independence.

6. Estimates of fees and billings.

Proposals should be addressed to:
The Director
THE NATIONAL INSURANCE BOARD
Clifford Darling Complex
Baillou Hill Road
Nassau, Bahamas

and marked "Proposal to Serve as Independent Auditors', to arrive at the Director's Office no
later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2011. The NIB reserves the right to rejctc an) or all
tenders.


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Irmer footing sa sled

WASHINGTON said the rate economic activ- largest economy so the earth-


The Federal Reserve offered
its most optimistic view of the
U.S. economy since the reces-
sion ended, even as Japan's
nuclear crisis stoked new wor-
ries around the, globe.
The economic recovery is on
"firmer footing" and the jobs
market is "improving gradual-
ly," the Fed declared in its
statement released at the con-
clusion of its meeting Tuesday.
That's a more upbeat tone
from its previous meeting on
Jan. 26, when Fed policymakers


SPAIN RAISES $7.7B

IN BOND SALE AT

LOWER RATES
MADRID

Spain has raised euro5.5 bil-
lion ($7.67 billion) in a sale of
12- and 18-month bills, with
lower interest rates reflecting
investor confidence despite last
week's downgrade by Moody's
rating agency.
The Treasury said it sold
euro3.9 billion in 12-month bills
at an average interest rate of
2.17 percent, down from 2.41
percent at the last such auction
Feb. 15. It sold eurol.5 billion
in 18-month bills with the yield
down to 2.50 percent from 2.93
percent last month.
The 12-month auction was
about two times oversubscribed
while demand for the 18-month
bills was more than triple that
on offer.


ity was "insufficient" to bring
about "significant improve-
ment" in the job market.
The Fed also downplayed
inflation risks. And it dropped
the phrase "disappointingly
slow" in describing the progress
made lowering the nation's
unemployment rate. That's a
reflection of a nearly full'per-
centage point drop in just three
months the sharpest decline
in unemployment since 1983.
The Fed on Tuesday, ifi a
unanimous decision, said it was
maintaining the pace of its $600
billion Treasury bond-purchase
program to help the economy
grow more strongly and to low-
er unemployment, Which now
stands at 8.9 percent.
The Fed made no. mention
of Japan's crisis, which caused
stocks to plunge earlier in the
day. But the more positive out-
look from the Fed helped Wall.
Street recover from a rough
start. The Dow Jones industrial
average ended the day 137
points down, after falling by as
much as 297.points in morning
trading.
"Finally, the Fed is giving us'
a more upbeat outlook. It is not
the all-clear signal. But the Fed
is much more positive in terms
of the sustainability of the eco-
nomic recovery going forward,"
said economist Chris Rupkey
at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
UFJ.Rupkey and other econo-
mists viewed that as signal that
the Fed won't embark on a
third round of stimulative bond
buying when the current pro-
gram ends in June.
The Fed's bond-buying pro-
gram would help the U.S. econ-


NOTICE is hereby given that Gella Philippe of P.O.Box
General Delivery, Dundas Town, Abaco, Bahamas, is
applying to the Minister responsible, for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
March, 2011 to the Minister responsible for nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N.7147, Nassau, Bahamas.







NOTICE is hereby given that PHILOCLES VICTOR of
MIAMI STREET, P.O. BOX N-1254, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality. and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration/naturalization should
not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
March, 2011 to the Minister responsible for nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


BEN BERNANKE
omy withstand widening eco-
nomic risks from home and
abroad. It is intended to lower
loan rates and boost stock.
prices. Those forces should spur
Americans to spend more and
companies to hire more.
The Fed said higher prices
for energy and other dom-
modities are increasing infla-
dion. But it predicted that the
pickup in prices will be "transi-
tory." That's consistent with the
assessment Fed Chairman Ben
Bernanke gave to Congress
earlier this month. The Fed said -
it will keep close tabs on infla-,
tion trends.
Despite the Fed's more opti-
mistic outlook, the list of poten-
tial risks to the economy has
grown since the Fed's last meet-
ing.
Japan is the world's third-


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quake and ensuing nuclear cri-
sis there are certain to affect
the global economy.
Oil price have spiked since
January, rising as investors wor-
r that unrest in the Middle
Eas 'ta dAfrica could hurt
global supply. Oil prices have
dipped in recent days and are
now hovering around $97 a bar-
rel. Still, gasoline prices have
stayed high and now average
$3.57 a gallon nationwide.
Investors also are concerned
that Europe's debt crisis could
linger.
For the, United States, the
threats have the potential to
slow the U.S. economy, or
stoke inflation. Or both.
Higher energy prices have
some economists lowering their
growth forecasts for the first.
three months of the year. They
said high energy prices will slow
consumer spending, which
accounts for 70 percent of eco-
..nomic. activity, JPMorgan
Chase now predicts growth in
the January-March quarter of
just 2.5 percent, down from.3.5
percent..
The Fed, however, observed
that consumers are increasing
the amount they spend. And
Fed dropped concerns made
after previous meetings that
high unemployment, hard to
get loans and depressed home
values could restrain the pace
of consumer spending.
"This is a significant
acknowledgment that the
American consumer is back in
action, providing additional
support to the expansion,"' said
economist Sal Guatieri at BMO
Capital Markets.


NOTICE is hereby given that OBSAINT GEORGES of
FOX HILL, NASSAU, BAHAMAS is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person
who knows any reason why registration/naturalization should not
be granted, should send a written and signed statement of the facts,
within twenty-eight days from the 9th day of March, 2011 to the
Minister responsible for nationality and Qitizenship, P.O Box N-
7147, Nassau, Bahamas.







NOTICE is hereby given that ADELINE BIENVENUE
VICTOR of MIAMI STREET, P.O. BOX N-
1254,. NASSAU, BAHAMAS is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 16th day of March, 2011 to the Minister
responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-
7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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NOTICE is hereby given that Melouse Joseph of P.O.
Box General Delivery, Dundas Town, Abaco Bahamas,
is applying to the. Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration'naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
March, 2011 to th6 Migister responsible for nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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BUSINESS


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

TOKYO Japan's stock market
nose-dived nearly 11 percent, leading A
world markets sharply lower, as an ) ,
escalating nuclear crisis threatened to P
compound the devastation from last
week's earthquake and tsunami.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 stock "
average sank a staggering 10.6 per-
cent more than 1,000 points to
close at 8,605.15 after earlier falling
more than 14 percent. The Nikkei -- 3 "
has suffered its worst two-day trad-
ing loss in 40 years. ___________
The chill was felt across all Asian
markets. South Korea's Kospi lost : i
2.4 percent, Australia's S&P/ASX 200 'T'
fell 2.1 percent, Hong Kong's Hang B I N
Seng index dropped 2.9 percent, Indi- U JU I L JJ
a's Sensex fell 1.5 percent, Singa- .....................................................
pore's benchmark slid 2.8 percent
and China's Shanghai Composite Index fell 1.4 percent. The yen rose as
Japanese investors repatriated funds as a precautionary measure against
risk and to pay for reconstruction. The other traditional safe-havern cur-
rencies, the Swiss-franc and the dollar, soared. Oil prices took another hit
on fears over the impact on global consumption.

LONDON European stocks also slumped, with German stocks the
worst performing Germany has the strongest economic'ties with
Japan. The country's main DAX Index closed down 3.2 percent, France's
CAC-40 slid 2.5 percent and Britain's FTSE 100 index fell 1.4 percent.

TOKYO Japan's central bank'pumped billions more into the finan-
cial system to quell fears that the country's banks could be overwhelmed
by the impact of the massive earthquake and tsunami as a nuclear crisis
escalated. Two cash injections totaling 8 trillion yen ($98 billion) came a
day after the Bank of Japan fed a record 15 trillion yen ($184 billion) into
money markets and eased monetary policy to support the economy in the
aftermath of Friday's 9.0 magnitude quake that has killed thousands. The
injections have helped stabilize currency markets. But stock markets
dived for a second day as investors unloaded assets amid escalating wor-
ries of a nuclear crisis.

TOKYO Canned goods, batteries, bread, and bottled water have
vanished from store shelves and long lines of cars circle gas stations,'as
Japan grapples with a new risk set off by last week's earthquake, tsuna-
mi and ensuing nuclear crisis: Panic buying. Far outside the disaster zone,
stores are running out of 'necessities, raising government fears that
hoarding may hurt the delivery of emergency food aid to those who,
really need it.

SOMA, Japan Dangerous levels of radiation leaking from a crippled
nuclear plantforced Japau to order 140,000 people to seal themselves
indoors after an explosion and a fire dramatically escalated the crisis
spawned by a deadly tsunami. In a nationally televised statement, Prime
Minister Naoto Kan said radiation had spread from the four stricken
reactors of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant along Japan's north-
eastern coast. The region was shattered by Friday's 9.0-magnitude earth-
quake and the ensuing tsunami that is believed to have killed more than
10,000 people, plunged millions into misery and pummeled the world's
third-largest economy.

CAIRO Gulf Arab stock markets slumped and the cost of insuring
Bahrain's debt surged, as investor unease with the political volatility in the
tiny island nation appeared poised to grow with the declaration of a
three-month state of emergency. The declines, also fueled by fears of fur-
ther trouble in earthquake and tsunami-battered Japan, reflected the
continuing volatility in Mideast markets, where weeks of anti-regime
protests that have swept through the Arab world are crafting daily a
new political dynamic while unsettling investors.


WASHINGTON Japan increased its holdings of U.S. government debt
for an eighth straight month in January. But the second-largest holder of
U.S. Treasury bonds will likely scale back its purchases of foreign hold-
ings, and even sell off some, in coming months to divert money toward
rebuilding a nation devastated by a powerful earthquake and an ensuing
nuclear crisis. The Treasury Department said Japan boosted its holdings
0.4 percent to $885.9 billion in January.'Economists said a reduction in
Japan's foreign holdings would put some upward pressure on U.S. inter-
est rates. But they cautioned.the change would have a limited impact.

BRUSSELS- Shocked into action by Japan's atomic crisis, European
energy officials agreed to apply stress tests on;nuclear power plants and
Germany moved to switch off seven aging reactors, one of them perma-
nently. The European Union's energy chief called for a reassessment of
the 27-nation bloc's energy policy, and questioned what role nuclear pow-
er should have in the future.


TOKYO China became the first government to organize a mass evac-
uation of its citizens from Japan's northeast, while other foreigners left the
country following radiation leaks at an earthquake-damaged nuclear
power plant. Austria said it is moving its embassy from Tokyo to Osaka,
250 miles (400 kilometers) away, due to radiation concerns. France rec-
ommended that its citizens leave the Japanese capital, while the U.S. gov-
ernment advised Americans to avdid travel to Japan.

CAIRO Libya's'oil exports have "ground to a halt" because of the
fighting between rebels and pro-government forces, and it could be
months before the country's crude resurfaces on world markets, the
International Energy Agency said.




NOTICE is hereby given that Michael Noelus of P.O. BOX
FH-1422, Davis Street, Fox Hill, Nassau, Bahamas, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/naturalization should irot be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
March,. 2011 to the Minister responsible for nationality
and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.














Container Shrubs


For apartment dwellers
and those of us who are
surrounded by more
concrete than soil it is espe-
cially rewarding to grow.
shrubs in large containers
that soften the structures
they embellish. Even if you
have a large garden, there are
the front steps and back patio
to beautify.
Probably the most popular con-
tainer shrub at the moment is the
arboricola, a dwarf schefflera that
often has variegated leaves with yel-
low and ivory markings. Arboricola
is often used for hedges but is per-
fect for a specimen pot. It can grow
in either full sun or half shade and
the ornamental leaves are aug-
mented by a display of berries in
late winter and early, spring. Arbori-.
cola is slow growing and is not very
demanding when it comes to water
and feeding.
If it is flowers you want you may
wish to try thryallis, a small shrub
that produces clusters of small star-
like yellow flowers for most of the
year. It grows to four or five feet
and is perfect for containers.
If you like blue you may wish to
try. plumbago. Even 'better, put a
container of plumbago'near to a
container of thryallis and experi-
ence the coolness of yellow and blue
in combination. Plumbago can be
straggly but can,be pruned judi-
ciously to keep a rounded shape."
One of the most spectacular of,
flowering shrubs is bougainvillea -
but be careful. The. type of.
bougainvillea suited to container
growing is B. glabra.that is usually a
bluish-mauve in The Bahamas.. It
has a tree-like growth and smaller
leaves than the regular B.
spectabilis, the type of bougainvillea
that sends up long canes and is
totally unsuitable for containers.
There is a selection of dwarf.
bougainvilleas'fromAustralia called
bambino and these would be per-
fect.
Desert-rose is a wonderful con-
taiAer candidate that only needs
watering about once a week. If you
are able to choose your specimen
make sure it has a large, bulbous
bottom. This shows that the plant
has'been grown from seed. If there


is no bulbous base then the plant
was grown from a cutting and is not
as sturdy. Desert roses bloom
throughout the warmer.months but
even when without flowers they
have a dramatic shape and inter-
esting foliage.
Perhaps you would like a pair of
fairly tall evergreens to accent your
portico and this can be achieved
using Norfolk Island pines. I am
sure many readers are surprised at
this suggestion.' After all, the Nor-
folk Island pines .we see regularly
are 50 or more feet tall, but do not
panic. The Norfolk Island pine has
a wonderful disposition and grows
according to the container it is in.
Put it in a 10-gallon container and it
will to five or six feet. If you need it
larger, just re-pot it in a bigger con-
tainer.
Another pleasant quality the Nor-
folk Island pine possesses is the time
between waterings. Instead of
watering often you can let your pine
dry out considerably. In a 10-gal-
lon container you only need to
water once every two weeks. The
Norfolk Island pine is fine,in.cap-
, tivity but if you decide to transfer it
to the open soil of the garden it will
become a very tall nuisance.
Some fruit trees can be grown in
containers. One of the most
amenable is feijoa or Cattleya guava
or strawberry guava. The leaves are
small, dark green and glossy and the
fruit is borne in mid simmer.
Key lime can be grown in a con-
tainer but tends to have straggly
growth. Two better citrus choices
are calomondin and kumquat. For
these, choose large containers that
will allow for bushy trees and lots of
.fruit. The calomondin is one of'the
most attractive of..citrus trees and
would deserve a place in the: sun
even without fruit. The elongated
fruits can be eaten skin and all but.
also stay on the, tree as ornaments
for a long time.


June 1953- The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth.... we of course were still a British colony.


ust a few images of what we the
Bahamas looked like 40...50...6o...
years in the past

BY ROLAND ROSE


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hit Vegas with new show


LAS VEGAS vious success in a city that has
Associated Press yet to pry itself free from the
embrace of a brutal recession.
ON THE stage that Along with her Tina Turn-
French-Canadian power bal- er tribute, Dion performed
lads built, Celine Dion rolls songs made famous by .
her body, drops-her hips and Michael Jackson, Billy Joel
shimmies in a gold s-parkly and Ella Fitzgerald hours
mini-dress that looks like it, before a preview perfor-
was swiped from Beyonc6's mance. Theere was also a mod ,
closet. 'homage to James Bond 'and
This is Dion as Tina Turn- a "Smooth Criminal" jam ses-
er, her robust voice stretch- sibn.
ing into a soulful cover of "From Michael Jackson to
"River Deep, Mountain James Bond to 'Mr. Paganini,'
High" as a row of back-up it's so different, and it's so
singers groove behind her classy, and it's fun," Dion said
during a sound check in the of the show. "Different fla-
near-empty Colosseum at vor. Different colors of
Caesars Palace. Or at least music."
this is as Tina Turner as the Las Vegas executives her-
"Beauty and the Beast" ald Dion as the successor to
crooner is going to get in her legendary Sin City headliners
Las Vegas sequel. like Frank Sinatra and Elvis
'Dion's new show, which Presley, while praying she'll
opened yesterday on the Las once more sell Out. nightly
Vegas Strip, is a stripped- concerts despite the state's
down tribute to Old Holly- record unemployment rates
wood comprised of a 31-per- and a sluggish tourist market.
son orchestra, a trio of back- Caesars Palace President
up singers and an entourage Gary Selesner said the three-
of guitarists, drummers and a year production is a gamble.
pianist, all clad in black tuxe- Executives questioned
.dos and cocktail dresses. reopening the show amid
Gone.are the Cirque du Nevada's 13 per cent unem-
Soleil-style dancers and the- ployment, the highest in the
atrics that saw Dion har- nation. Caesars lost $831.1
nessed to a cable and flown million last year, or roughly
in the air during her previous, $3.5 million more than/its net
five-year stint at the Colosse- income in 2009. Nearby,
um that ended in 2007. 'stretches of the Las Vegas
A lot is riding on the encore Strip are replete with aban-
show. Dion, who gave birth doned casino projects. When
to twin boys nearly. five. "ANew Day" opened in Las
months ago, is. tending to..a...Vegas in 2003. the unemploy
expanded family while trying ')iient' rate in, Nev ada'al 5-.2
to mirror or surpass her pre- "p.rcent.
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IN THIS film publicity image released by Columbia Pictures, Aaron Eckhart is shown in a scene from "Battle: Los Angeles." (AP)


'Baffle: LA' tops box office with $35.6 million


NEW YORK
Associated Press
THE ALIEN invasion sci-fi block-
buster "Battle: Los Angeles" con-
quered the box office with a $35.6 mil-
lion debut.
Other new releases performed poor-
ly. The gothic fairy tale adaptation
"Red Riding Hood" took in $14 mil-
lion, while Disney's 3-D animated
"Mars Needs Moms!" managed just
$6.9 million. .
The top 20 movies at US and Cana-
dian theaters-Friday through Sunday,
followed by distribution studio, gross,
number of theater locations, average
receipts per location, total gross and
number of weeks in release, as com-
piled Monday by Hollywood.com are:
1. "Battle: Los Angeles,"


Sony/Columbia, $35,573,187,.3,417
locations, $10,411 average,
$35,573,187, one week.
2. "Ra4go," Paramount,
$22,60Z1,'47, 3,923 locations, $5,762
average, $68,206,101, two weeks.
3. "Red Riding Hood," Warner -
Bros., $14,005,335, 3,030 locations,
$4,622 average, $14,005,335, one
week. ," *
4. "The Adjustment Bureau," Uni-
versal, $11,597,335, 2,847 locations,
$4,074 average, $38,589,595, two
weeks.
5. "Mars Needs Moms!" Disney,
$6,914,488, 3,117 locations, $2,218
average, $6,914,488, one week.
6. "Beastly," CBS Films, $5,021,232,
1,959 locations, $2,563 average,
$16,911,633, two weeks.
7. "Hall Pass," Warner Bros.,
$5,011,020, 2,555 locations, $1,961


average, $34,842,289, three weeks.
8. "Just Go With It," Sony,
$4,019,266, 2,398 locations, $1,676
average, $94,000,847, five weeks.
9. "Gnomeo and Juliet," Disney,
- ,$3,617,255, 2,585 locations, $1,399
average, $89,102,365, five weeks.:
10. "The King's Speech," Weinstein
Co., $3,573,112,.1,768 locations,
$2,021 average, $129,010,235, 16
weeks.
11. "Unknown," Warner Bros.,
$3,366,339, 2,303 locations, $1,462
average, $58,410,845, four weeks.
12. "I Am Number Four," Disney,
$2,260,314, 2,005 locations, $1,127
average, $50,455,723, four weeks.
13. "Justin Bieber: Never Say Nev-,
er," Paramount, $1,378,830, 1,247
locations, $1,106 average,
$70,955,641, five weeks.
14. "Big Momma's: Like Father,


Like Son," Fox, $1,306,504, 931 loca-
tions, $1,403 average, $35,162,958,
four weeks.
15. "Take Me Home Tonight," Rel-
ativity Media, $1,272,239, 2,003 loca-
tions, $635 average, $5,891,092, two
weeks.
16. "Cedar Rapids," Fox Search-
light, $921,038, 394 locations, $2,338
average, $4,597,332, five weeks.
17. "Tangled," Disney, $640,753, 363
locations, $1,765 average,
$196,675,983, 16 weeks.
18. "The Fighter," Paramount,
$576,083, 463 locations, $1,244 aver-
age, $92,931,288, 14 weeks.
19. "Yogi Bear," Warner Bros.,
$476,341, 404 locations, $1,179 aver-
age, $98,677,804, 13 weeks.
20. "Black Swan," Fox Searchlight,
$440,504, 337 locations, $1,307 aver-
age, $105,928,217, 15 weeks.


MARCH 11 & MARCH17
DAVE SMITH ART
EXHIBITIONS
United Kingdom artist
Dave Smith returns to the
Bahamas with two exhibi-
tions featuring a display of
recent paintings at The Cen-
tral Bankon Friday, March
11, and a collection of pho-
tographs of Theatre Mar-
quees, Thursday, March 17
at PopOp Studios.

MARCH 16- MARCH 18
3 NIGHTS OF
SUPERNATURAL
ENCOUNTER
Divine Encounter Min-
istries International presents
a"3 Nights of Supernatural
Encounter" revival services,
7.30pm nightly. You don't
want to rmiss it! Telephone:
341-4700. Email: demintl-
hq@aol.com. See:
http://www.divirieencounter-
ministries.org.
SMARCH.17 THURSDAY
DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL
DISTINGUISHED
LECTURE SERIES:
"ORGAN DONATION
AND TRANSPLANT"
Doctor's Hospital hosts
its monthly Distinguished
Lectuie Series under the-
theme "Organ Donation
and Transplant" with speak-
er Dr Robin Roberts, urolo-
gist and renal transplant sur-
geon. RSVP, Telephone:
302-4707. Email: info@doc-
* torshosp.com.
MARCH 17- THURSDAY
PROSTATE' ,;: .
CANCER TALK
Doctor's Hospital holds
its Distinguished Lecture
Series with speaker Dr
Robin Roberts on the topic
"Prostate Cancer Treat-
ment", 6pm in Doctor's
Hospital Conference Room.
Seating limited! RSVP,
Telephone: 302-4707.

MARCH 18 MARCH 20
BHRA'S 5TH ANNUAL
SPRING NATIONALS
DRAG RACE
The tBahamas Hot Rod
Association hosts the 5th
annual Spring Nationals
Drag Racing event at the
Motor Sport Park with 18th
Street Legal Racing, 19th
Testing and Qualifying, and
20th All out racing. Gates
open 7pm, Friday, March 18;
3pm, Sat, March 19; and
1.30pm, Sat, March 20.

MARCH 19
VAMONOS BAHAMAS
(LET'S GO BAHAMAS)
Bahamas get ready as
Party Central Unit has
teamed up with Mario's
Bowling & Enteitainment
Palace to bring you
| Vamanos. It's a fair that's
just for the kids and the
adults with the kids at heart.
There will be pony rides,
cotton candy, carnival rides,
bouncing castles, face paint-
ing, ice cream, hoola hoop,
fun games and many more
at Mario's Bowling Alley
startign at 12 noon. Tickets
can be purchased @ air
Brush junkies, Mario's Bowl-
ing Alley or call 445-7257
for m6re information. Tick-
ets for children are $5 in
advance $8 @ the door,
adults are $8 in advance $10
@ the door.
MARCH 19 SATURDAY
ART INTERNATIONAL
2011's ART &
CRAFTS SHOW
Art International 2011
presents the Arts and Crafts
Show, 11am at the Guaran-
ty Trust Bank, Lyford Cay,
featuring both Bahamian
and International artists.
Part proceeds in aid of
charity.


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I MUST say I am not one to
jump on the bandwagon.
And when Onika "Nicki
Minaj" Maraj, made her
appearance on the musical
stage, it took a while for me to
accent her as the artist she was.


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ThevTrinidadianfrapper, who also grew
up in Queens New York, garnered much
hype and attention in 2007 when she
released her first mixtape "Playtime is
Over".
A year later she dropped another mix-
tape "'Sucka Free" which was presented
by Yomung Money, CEO Lil Wayne. With'
these releases, anticipation for this new
voice heightened even more.
FShe was like the new "it girl? of fashion.
She took the entire industry by storm and
what played to her success was the fact ,
that there were no female rappers. with
the exception of Trina, making any noise
in the industry at the time.
It was interesting to see a fresh face
making her way in such a male dominated
field. She has step out of the box and
holds her own all at the same time.
Nicki NMinaj has evolved so much since
her early years. When she first came on
the scene she portrayed more of a bad girl
persona. But then little by little a more
polished, calmer, Nicki faced the cameras.
Some call the raptress "'fake" because
of the change in her style and appearance.
When she first started in music industry
she did not have the wigs or crazy cos-
tumes. But truth is change is inevitable
and if Nicki stayed the same and tried to
market that "bag girl persona, like the
rest of the female rappers she would have
been less interesting and very boring. The
crazy wigs, out there costumes, and the
animated voices is what makes Nicki
Minaj the artist that she is. And her evo-
lution will not come to'a halt anytime
soon.
And the animated voices that most peo-
. pie find appealing is also part of this evo-
lution of the Pink Barbie. Nicki Minaj
said in anrinterview, that she has discov-
ered s6 much aboutit herself and her talent.
The cartoon like sounds came after she
started playing around with her voice.
And she has tapped into a place that
makes her such a captivating presence.
Nicki Minaj has established herself asa
successful business woman, and a very tal-
ented artist
She has set the bar for female rappers
to follow and with her ingenuity and cre-
ativity she can make you look even if you
don't want to!,


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By LESH
IT WAS 1999 that Rashad Mcphee also
known as Soulja Shaddy, realized that he was
interested in becoming a music producer.
Motivated by his parents, Rashad tells In Ya
Ear: I'm a drummer at heart, I was making
noise (music) on every and anything I could find
4 to hit on. I played at my pre-school graduation at
the age of four, if I can recall correctly. The first
song 'that inspired me was Puff Daddy's: 'Cant
nobody hold me down' that featured Mase."
Going further, the producer recalled the first
group he had produced saying: "It was a group
that goes by the name of (IB International
Ballers Gambino, Sham, & Slim.) The experi-
ence felt great and I felt on top of the world
back then."
I started producing at about thirteen years of
age and I had my first song on the radio at age
fifteen, that was written, produced, engineered,
and mixed by me."
Rashad has come a long way since his early
days, to date he has worked with well over ten
music groups and about thirty to forty artists, he
confirms.
i,. When asked if producing can be a difficult.
A task for him, he says: "Well I think once some-


thing is in you and you have a passion for it, it
isn't really difficult, so I would have to say no."
The twenty two year old says he have plans to
be in the producing business for as long as he
lives, "It is what I breathe, and what I live to do,
I'll probably retire at age eighty God spares," he
said.
In recent years, Rashad has worked with
artists such as: "Najie Dun, Sammi Starr, Sbsa
Man, M-deez, Alexandria Christie, Jah Cure,
Queen Ifrica, Shawn Storm, Lisa Hype, i-octaine,
Christian Massive, Ricardo Clarke, Cazna
Hindzs, Daddi Whites, Foots, Chase, Sluggz,
Porter Da Poet, Bonez, Beezy, Tracey aka Tap
- Just to Name a Few."'
He says his favourites would have to be Najie
Dun, Alexandria Christie, Sosa, M-deez,Sam-
mi Starr, Chase and Foots.
Rashad. says: I would like to work with
Sketch, El Padrino, and a few more from Grand
Bahama, but I basically wanr to work with every-
one, and anyone with a positive attitude who
the art seriously. Internationally, I would like to
work with my favourites, Dr Dre, Eminem, Jay-
z, Timbaland, Drumma Boi, Kanye West."
Offering advice for people wanting to start
in the producing field, he says: "The key to being
anything and to be good at it is to be passionate
about it, and to be a good producer is to study all


genres of music and develop an ear for it, try
be as creative and original as possible, also
research on equipment and last but not least
not be afraid to ask questions, the answer c
only be yes or no!"
In 2011 and the near future, people can expe
a lot more songs being produced by Shadc
from local artists and "hopefully if things
good some international features," he says.


By LESH
IN YA EAR RECAPS IDOL- FROM 13
T012
WHAT AN anticipated week it
has been last week on the idol
stage. After the elimination of
Ashton Jones, one of my
favourites, the top 13 was reduced
to a top 12.
America's votes landed Ashton,
Haley, and Karen in the bottom
three spots but it was Ashton that
was sent home after the judges
denied her their "save" spot. At
the beginning of the show, Ryan
told viewers that Casey Abrams
would not be joining the contes-
tants on the stage due to him being
in the hospital at the time, he did
not.go into further detail but we're
hoping Casey is okay!
'On the show, AI'viewers and
fans also got a'chance to see the
fist video mootageof the contes-
tants enjoying .teir time in their
.',new mansion, getting to know each
.0othet and enjoyig the "fun" times
:*while,j lasts.ell the contestants
'"seemed so joyful and so apprecia-
tive of the opportunity offered to
,'hem, to be,, in the idol mansion
and'a change to win.
Shortlyafter the video, the con- '
testants did a tribute to Michael
Jackson singing a;few of the king of
pop songs. It wis-iot great but it
was entertaining for the most part..
Then came the Ford music video
were the AI contestants were hav-.
ing fun in the city and singing to an
audience full of Ford Focus cars.
Also in that line up of enter
meht Jast week was perfoni -.s
from.Adam Lambert and .Diidy-
DirtyMoney with Skylar Grey.
This upcoming week AI fans will
get,to see the remaining contes-
tants hit the stage as they perform
songs under the theme of the "year
you were born."
Rumour has it that Thursday
Night's results show will be filled
, with ...entertainment from the likes
"of Lee DeWyze, AI's last season's
winner and The Black Eyed Peas.


from Visage's
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same thing. Man
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scheme, 6 and a
dozen same thi .r.:


Celebs ask Obama

to comeiaut for

Ssame-sex marriage
SAN FRANCISCO
Associated Press
AN ADVOCACY group
says Anne Hathaway and Mar-
tin Sheen are among a group of
actors, athletes and business
leaders urging President Barack
Obama to support marriage
rights for same-sex couples.
The New York-based group
Freedom to Marry said Monday
that R&B singer Mya and Twit-
ter founder Jack Dorsey also
'.signed an'opeeftier calling on
the president to back gay mar-
riage.
Obama has said he supports
civil unions as an alternative to
S*marriage for gays and lesbians,
and his views on the subject are.
evolving. His administration
to announced this month that it
do would no longer defend the fed-
do eral law barring government
an recognition of same-sex unions.
Freedom to Marry says sever-
ect al couples plan to deliver the
dy letter to the White House in the
go spring.


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WEDN ESDAY, MARCH


16,


ILSHAN COMMANDS RUNWAY AT.


EVOLUTION SHOWCASE

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Elegant classic style was the order
of the day at the Wyndham Nas-
sau Beach Resort on Sunday
March 6th, as scores gathered for the
Evolution fashion showcase. The
event paid homage to three of The
Bahamas' prominent fashion icons -
Sabrina Francis, Rachel Turnquest-
Garcia and the late Jeffrey Taylor.
Up and coming Bahamian Design House
ILashan gave a commanding performance at
the event which featured other notable design-
ers including April Burrows, Jovette House of
Couture and the late Valda Duncombe. Tak-
ing cues from Mother Nature, the aptly titled
Gaia (pronounced g' ya) combined rich
colours with organic shapes, textures and pat-
terns.
Using spectacular combination of satins',
silks, charmeusse, chiffon and taffeta,
ILashan's collection of evening gowns and
cocktail dresses embodied a timeless yet sen-
sual feel.
"My goal with this collection is to give the
modern Bahamian woman an outlet to tap
into the goddess within herself," said Indira
Moss, founder and designer of the ILashan
label.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
The Bahamas got its first glimpse of Ms
Moss at the annual Heart Ball in 2010,
where she presented the Sir Victor Sassoon
(Bahamas) Heart Foundation with a life-
sized replica of its Red Dress pin. Less than
a m6nth later she showcased one.of her first
collections, Renaissance Women, at ,'Pretty
in PINK: I'm a Survivor' -, a photo exhibition
in aid of the Sister Sister (Breast Cancer)
Support Group held at the Hilton in Febru-
ary. In April she debuted her first full line at
home aptly called Sundial.
Excelling at the art from a young age, Ms
* Moss graduated with a bachelor's degree in
fashion design with a minor in accessory
design from the Savannah College of Art
and Design (2008) in Savannah, Georgia.
After coming back to New Providence, Ms.
Moss signed on as a volunteer for Islands of
the World Fashion Week working closely
with the designers of the 2009 showcase.
Her love of fabrics and textiles is an insa-
tiable passion that is now her life's work and
the only direction for this young designer is
up according to her growing fan base.
Today, her label, ILashan Apparel &
Handmade Jewelry, is making silent waves
throughout New Providence. The boutique
label is the leading fashion house for woman
of innovative style producing designs that
define seasonal nods.


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Walk & Talk Art

Tour. Come Explore. ..


A MYRIAD of jewelry shops.
knock'-off bags, and endless inex-
pensive "Bahamas" t-shirts that all
start to blend together are what the
average Bahamian perceives as
downtown Nassau's identity in 2011.
What most may not realise is Bay
Street is really comprised of a sea
of low cost, non-indigenous and in
some cases illegal items. What's
worse is this artificially constructed
identity greatly overshadows the cul-
turally active and resurging art scene
that's reclaiming downtown more
aggressive. than a category 5 hurri-
cane.
The good news is Walk and Talk
Art Tours can teach you to recognize
and appreciate this cultural revolu-
tion all you need to do is open
your eyes and see downtown Nassau
.in a vibrant new light.
Come explore... On Saturday,
March 19 at 10am and 1pm Down-
town Art Tours will be executing
two Walk and Talk Art Tours that
guide participants on a walking jour-
ney through the history and future of
downtown Nassau's beautifully


evolving art scene. Led b\ the
knowledgeable Jon Murra.y, the
journey begins at the National Art
Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB)
where participants will take a %walk
through the newest installation of
the National Collection.
This exhibition encompasses
numerous artists and artworks span-
ning over 100 \'ears of Bahamian art
history Curated by Dr Erica NI
James. the exhibition provides a con-
text and narrative for understanding
the journey and progression of
Bahamian art and how we got to
where we are today. On departing
the NAGB. participants will stroll
down to the D'Aguilar Art Foun-
dation, a recently restored histori-
cal building that houses the famous
D'Aguilar collection one of the
largest collections of Bahamian art
in existence which is currently
displaying, "A Great Eye: A Love
Story between the Collector and his
Acquisitions, "curated by Jackson
Burnside III.
Now armed with some knowledge
of Bahamian art, participants will


GREAT EXPERIENCE: Participants during a tour waving with artist Thundercut's 'Hello Nassau'.


begin the leisurely voyage to the
streets of downtown Nassau, where
they will meander through historical'
buildings and sites to discover and
discuss several of the'new murals
and sculptures from the Love my
Bahamas Downtown Art Experi-
ence. Along the excursion, partici-
pants will engage with both murals
and sculptures by Bahamian artists


Antonius Roberts, Tyrone Fergu-
son, John Cox, Kishan Munroe,
Claudette Dean, Chantal Bethel and
international artists Maya Hayuk
and Thundcut, both based in New-
York.
Join Walk and Art Tour to re-
visit what you thought about down-
town and learn about what you've
been missing. There is a cultural


movement that participants will be
pleasantly surprised to discover. The
experience includes all of the above
and is $20 per person or $100 for a
group of 6. Check-in takes place at
the NAGB on West & West Hill
Streets at 9.50 am for the morning
tour and 12.50 pm for the afternoon.
Space is very limited, so RSVP high-
ly recommended.


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NCAA: Waltiea

and Tar Heels

to start run at

championship...
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 201 1


By BRENT STUBES
Senior Sports Reporter
bstub3s@tribunemedia.net
Scriss-cross volley
out at the net and a
long. return up the
middle on the
L baseline was the
difference down the stretch as
Nikkita Fountain (background) and
Larikah Russell missed a golden*
opportunity to advance to the sec-
ond round of the Bahamas Open.
The small crowd on hand at the
National Tennis Center certainly
got their money's worth yesterday'


as the Bahamian duo suffered a
heart-breaking 4-6, 6-4, 11-9 (tie-
breaking) loss to the team of Great
Britain's Sarah Borwell and Lati-
va's Liga Dekmeijere.
"The match was really tough. We
really didn't expect'to be pushed
the way they did because we really
don't know the girls and they real-
ly served well and volleyed well.
We were lucky to win," Dekmei-
jere said.
It was the second time that Bor-
'well and Dekmeijere played togeth-
er, but it was the first time that they
got past the first round after los-
ing 7-6, 7-6 in their opening match


in Monterrey, Mexico, at the
Whirlpool Monterrey Open last
month to the Canadian-American
team 'of Marie-Eve Pelletier and
-Ahsha Rolle.
"We like playing the close match-
es," said Borwell, who acknowl-
edged that "they were very good
players and so it was a good match.
It was a little tight at the end. But it
was a good experience playing
against them."
Russell dnd Fountain. playing
together at home for thb first time
since they advanced to the second
round -of the Commonwealth
Games last October after winning


the gold medal at the Central
American and Caribbean Games
in July, knew that it was a match
that could have gone either way.
"I'm proud of the way Nikkita
anti I played," said Grand Bahami-
an native Russell. "First, we were
nervous, but we got into the match
and we knew that we had nothing
to lose,,so we just went out there
and played aggressive and it was
positive."
Fountain noted: "Unfortunate--
ly, we made it a little closer than it
needed to be. We got down to the
end in the tie-breaker and we had
"match point, but we played a little


too scary. We should have just gone
for it."
Fountain was referring to the tie
breaker where they had taken a 9-
7 lead, but watched as their oppo-
nents rallied .to pull even for the
third time.
With a chance to go up again;
Fountain hit a criss-cross volley
long at the net as their opponents
went up 10-9. Then Russell hit out
a long volleyball return at the base-
line as their opponents celebrated.
"I think we played Well. Obvi-
ously, we're right there. It's like we

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36-member swim team selected for Carifta


Federation and its affiliate
members mourni the loss
of Monica Woodsides
affectionately called
"mom." She was a mother
and a friend to many of
the ball players in the
1980s and 90s.
"Momn" Woodside
worked hard around the
ball park, giving advice
when needed and cheer-
ing on her favourite teams
from the stands. She was a
committed, faithful and
dedicated fan. She was one
that we could always call
on to chaperone our
female national team
whenever they traveled.
Her passing leaves a
void in the hearts of many
but we will hold on to the
fond memories she has left
behind.
On behalf of BSF presi-
dent Burkett Dorsett, his
executives and the affili-
ate members of the feder-
ation, secretary general
Dianne Miller extends
their deepest condolences
to her family.


By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribuhemedi.net

THE Bahamas Swimming Federa-
tion officially released the roster of
its team scheduled to compete, in the
XXVI.Carifta Swimming Champi-
onships.
A 36-member team was selected to'
compete in the region's most high pro-,
file meet for juniors, set for April 23-
26 in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Each member of the team surpassed
Carifta qualifying times for their
respective events.
Andy Knowles is the head coach
and he will be assisted by Lucas Leite
and Matt Spencer.
Patra Albury is the team manager
and the chaperones are Cecile Greene,
Lyn Evans, and Keith Lloyd. Dr
Kevin Bowe is the team doctor.
"We are taking a full squad. We
have some new kids that will compete
in international competition for the
first time. We have a few age groups
,that are quite weaker than the others
so we are just going down there to try
and get as many points as we can,"
Knowles said.
"I think we are looking at trying to
focus on kids just swimming personal
besttimes at the meet. We are in dis-
cussions right now with the federa-
tion on how we can improve our Carif-
ta performances. There are quite a
few recommendations which will
hopefully be in place for next year.
But right now at this point our focus is
to go down there and improve on per-
sonal best times and we will see what
happens with the medals and the
points." ,


HEAD COACH: Andy Murray.

Knowles said he looks toward the
youngest group of swimmers to have a'
great impact on the team's perfor-
mance and noted that the early nam-
ing of the team will be beneficial to the
training regimen of the athletes over
the last month.
"Most of the time the new kids are
in the younger age groups. These
groups always step up and really do a
lot better than their entry times going
in so I'm looking for them to have a
really good showing. The young age
group kids are very fast but they still
have lots of improvement to do," he
said.
"Swimming always demands the
entry forms at .least a month before
the event. So we needed to. pick the
team maybe a bit earlier than we
would like to. All the coaches will be
pushing the kids very hard over the
next few weeks and perhaps tapering


back a bit heading into Carifta."
At the end of the four-day compe-
tition in 2010, which was hosted at the
National Stadium in Kingston,
Jamaica, the Bahamas closed out the
XXV Carifta Swimming Champi-
onships with a productive finale and
rose in both the point and medal'
standings.
The Bahamas finished the meet
third in the point standings with 603
points and fourth in the medal count
with a total of 37 (eight gold, 13 silver
and 16 bronze).
Trinidad and Tobago were again
the overall winners of the event with a.
total of 1,011 points, the only team to
break the 1,000-point mark. They fin-
ished more than 300 points ahead of
their nearest competitors.
The twin-island nation also domi-
nated the medal haul with 94 (46 gold,
31 silver and 17 bronze).
Guadeloupe finished second in the
points standings with 707 points and
third in the medal table with 47 medals
(8 gold, 19 silver and 20 bronze).
Martinique was fourth in the point
standings with 545 and fifth in the
medal standings with 26 medals (8
gold, 7 silver and 11 bronze).
Barbados, who finished second in
the medal standings with 48 .medals
(20 gold, 21 silver and seven bronze),
were just sixth in the total point stand-
ings with 488.

CARIFTA 2011 Swim Team

GIRLS
11-12 years
Tremaine Allen
Margaret Higgs
Keitra Lloyd


Simone Sturrup
Andreas Weech

13-14 years
Alaena Carey
Joanna Evans
' Abigail Lowe
Laura Morley
Crystal Rahming
Taryn Smith

15-17 years
Maya Albury
Miriam Crispo
Bria Deveaux
Gabrielle Greene
Shaunte Moss
Riquell Rolle
Je'Nae Saunders

BOYS
11-12 years
Clement Bowe
Tyrique Cox
Jared Fitzgerald
Gershwin Greene

13-14 years
Dionisio Carey
Dylan Cash
Kohen Kerr
Keith Lloyd
Zach Moses
Tre Taylor
Dustin Tynes

15-17 years
Evante Gibson
Matthew Lowe
Laron Morley
T'Auren Moss
Toby McCarroll
Mancer Roberts
Anibal Hernandez Valdes














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Ju n io r B a seb all ........................................................................................................................ ..

League of Nassau

Seu German Barrois upsets
RESULTS!


STANDINGS/

SCHEDULE.


No. 14 ranked Kvitova


Here's a look at the results of
games played over the weekend in the
Junior Baseball League of Nassau at
the St Andrew's Field of Dreams:
TeeBall
Sand Gnats def. Sidewinders 19-18
Hot Fries'def. Blue Claws 20-10
Grasshoppers def. Raptors 34-19
CoachPitch
Diamondbacks def. Cubs 14-7
Athletics def. Angels 18-10
Padres def. Pirates 17-11
Minor League
Orioles def. Rockies 14-4
Braves def. Mets 17-14
Red Sordef. Tigers 14-5
Major League
Cardinals and Reds were tieq 6-6
Rangers def. Marlins 14-1
Junior League
Dodgers def. Twins 12-5
Senior League
White Sox def. Phillies 10-6
Giants def. Nationals 12-11
* Here's the schedule for
games this week:
TeeBail
Saturday's schedule
llam Raptors vs Sand Gnats
1pm Hot Fires vs Grasshoppers
3pm Sidewinders vs Blue Claws
Coach Pitch
Saturday's schedule
10am Diamondbacks vs Athletics
12:30pm Angels vs Padres
3pm Pirates vs Cubs
Minor League
Wednesday's schedule
7pm- Red Sox vs Orioles
Saturday's schedule
3pm Mets vs Tigers
3pm Rockies vs Braves
Major League
Friday's schedule
7pm Marlins vs 9-10 All-Stars
Scrimmage
Saturday's schedule ,
10am Reds vs Rangers
12:30pm Indians vs Caidinals.
Junior League
Saturday's schedule
12:30pm -Yankees vs Twins
3pm Dodgers vs 11-12 All-Stars
Scrimmage .
Senior League
Saturday's schedule
10am Nationals vs White Sox
3pm Phillies vs Giants


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net
W ile the top-seeded
player in singles got
V V ousted in the first
round, the first three seeds in dou-
bles all advanced to the second
round in the inaugural Bahamas
Open Women's Tennis Tourna-
ment.
Day two of the main draw yes-
terday saw world No.14 ranked
player Petra Kvitova of the Czech
Republic sent,packing 1-6, 7-5, 6-3
by Germany's Kristin Barrois.
"At the beginning, I lost the first
set. She was playing very good,"
said Barrois, a No. 79 ranked play-
er in the world after her yictory.
"In the second set, it was much bet-
ter for me. I played with a lot more
risk going to the net. But it was a
close match and I'm happy that I
won. It was a very close match."
Barrois will now go on to play
German Arantxa Rus today in the
second round of the $100,000 tour-
nament that is being staged here
for the first time with the possibili-
ty of getting an extension by the
International Tennis Federation for
another three years.
"This is my-first time here and
I'm enjoying myself. The hotel is
nice and the facilities here are
great," Barrois said. "I'm just happy
with the win. I hope I can have
some more matches here and I can
,stay in the tournament for as long as
I can."
I Having not had a chance to play
against Rus before, Barrois said she
hopes to play just as she did against
Kvitova.
No. 2 seed Tsvetana Pironkova
of Bulgaria stayed alive as she got
by another Czech Republican,
Andrea Hlavackova, 6-1, 6-4.
Also yesterday, No.5 seed,
Anigelique-Kerber of Germany
advanced with a 6-1, 6-2 win over
Mirjana Lucic of Croatia and No.7
seed Anastasia Rodionova of Aus-
tralia won 6-4, 6-7 (3), 7-5 over
Bahamian resident Olga Savchuk
of the Ukraine.
In doubles, the top-seeded team
of Natalie Grandin of the Republic
of South Africa and Vladimira
Uhlirova of the Czech Republic
.beat Sharon Fichman of Canada
and Sophie Lefevre of France 6-4,
6-2.


.. '. -

UPSET: Day two of the main draw saw world No.14 ranked player Petra Kvitova (right) of the Czech Republic sent packing
1-6, 7-5, 6-3 by Germany's Kristin Barrois (top left).


No.2 seed Edina Gallovits-Hall
and Monica Niculescu won.6-2, 6-4
over Anastasia Rodionova and Ari-
na Rodfonova, while the No.3
American team of Raquel Kops-
Jones and Abigail defeated Elena
Bogdan and Iona-Raluca Olaru 7-6,
2-6,10-4.
The first and biggest upset so far
in doubles came when the team of
Arantxa Rus of the Netherlands
and Anastasia Yakimova stunned
the No.4 seeded team of Andrea
Hlavackova and- Magdalena
Rybarikova 4-6, 7-5, 10-8.
In addition, American Jill Cray-
bas and Anne Keothavong of Great
Britain got by the team 6f Wan-
Ting Liu and Sheng-Nan Sun of
China on two straight sets 6-4, 6-4.
The Bahamian team of Nikkita


Fountain and Larikah Russell, who
were awarded a wild card entry into
the draw, lost their first round
match to the team of Sarah Bor-


well and Liga Dekmeijere 4-6, 6-4,
11-9. The tournament is all set to
continue 10ani today and will run
through Saturday.


HERE'S a look at the current standings
in the Junior Baseball League of Nassau:
Teams W L Tie GB

Tee Bail
Sidewinders 2 1 0
Grasshoppers 2 1 0
Hot Fries 2 1 0 -
Sand Gnats 2 1 0 0
Blue Claws 1 2 0 1.0
Raptors 0 3 0 2.0
Official Tee Ball standings start after week six
Weeks 1-5 are played as practice games

Coach Pitch
Padres 7 0 1
Diamondbacks 5 3 0 2.5
Pirates 4 3 1 3.0,
Athletics 4 4 0 3.5
Angels 3 5 0 4.5
Cubs 0 8 0 7.5


Minor League
Orioles
Rockies
Braves
Red Sox
Tigers
Mets

MMajor League
Rangers
Marlins
Cardinals
Reds
Indians

Junior League
Rays
Dodgers
Yankees
Twins

Senior League
Giants
Phillies
White Sox
Nationals


0
2
4
4
6
8


1
2
2
4
6


0
0
0
. 0
0

0

0
0
1
1
0


0
0
0
0


0
0
0
0


INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS take part in the inaugural Bahamas Open Women's Tennis Tournament yesterday.




Dynamic duo barely miss 2nd round


FROM page 1E

can't do it. We're not playing as
many tournaments, but we
played well. It was only one
point, one point. We had match
point and we didn't close out,"
Fountain stated.
Russell added: "We hung
with them just until the end.
That's okay. We're going to
learn from that. We're just hap-
py that we could hang with
them. So that is a positive
thing."
When asked what was going


on in her mind in the close tie
breaker, Fountain quipped: "I
can't tell you. I can't say that."
Bult she did say: "I missed
one back hand volley to take
us up break point and we
missed another volley on an
overhand that came off my
serve. We were right there. We
just have to learn to lose it. We
really had it though."
Likewise, Russell said in the
tie breaker when she was serv-
ing at 9-7, she wanted to "go
for it, but I miss hit if. I wasn't
sure that she was going to get it,
but she got it back and it was a


tough shot."
Fountain and Russell broke
their opponents twice in the
first set the first at .3-2 and
then again at 3-3 and they
went on to secure the opener.
In the second set, the two
teams held serve until Borwell
and Dekmeijerg got the only
break when Russell missed an
easyover-hand shot and Foun-
tain double faulted on her final
serve to force the tie-breaker.
Fountain, however, said that
while they were able to get in as
a wild card entry into the main
draw of the doubles, they hope


that next year they can be
afforded the same opportunity
to do so in singles in the main
draw.
"This.gave us a little expo-
sure and the young players got
a chance to see such a high lev-
el of competition," Russell said.
"It was just good."
Like the field of players in
the tournament, this is the first
time that Borwell and Dekmei-
jere have been in the Bahamas
and they were all quite
impressed with what they've
seen, especially Paradise Island.
"We love it," they both said.


, ., .


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TRIBUNE SPORTS


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TRIBUN SPORS WEDESDAY MARCH16, 21LSPORTS3


Waltiea and Tar Heels


to start champions


By RENALDO DORSETT NCAA tournament.
Sports Reporter UNC looks to rebound
rdorsett@tribunemedi.net from an, early exit after an
additional year of experience
T he women's NCAA and improvement.
tournament bracket In the 2010 NCAA Tour-
was released this nament, Rolle and the Tar
weekend with a notable Heels' stay in the field of 64
Bahamian presence as a was limited to just a single
member of one of the nation's game as they fell in the open-
perennial poaabgruse pro- ing round.
grammes. Ranked 10th in the Sacra-
Waltiea Rolle and .the mento-region, North Carolina
North Catolinia Tar. Heels fell to the seventh seeded
were chosen as the fifth seeds Gonzaga Bulldogs, 82-76.
in the Spokane region by the Against Gonzaga, Rolle
selectioircommnittee. had two points, four.
The Tar Heels, are all set rebounds, and three blocks in
to face'the Fresno State Bull- just 10 minutes on the floor.
dogs, who are ranked 12th in The Bulldogs advanced to
the Sppka'ne region, in New the Sweet 16 after a slim 72-
Mexico on Marc 19. 71 win in the second round
"This group is extremely over Texas A&M.
excited to start the tourna- The Tar Heels finished that
ment and compete for a year 19-12 on the regular sea-
national championship," said son and finished 6-8 in the
head coach SylvialHatchell in ACC.
a press release. For the season, Rolle aver-
"I think we are peaking at aged 6.8 points, 4.5 rebounds
the right time; The players and led the team in blocks
have come. together down the with 2.4 per game.. She also
stretch and they have shown shot .510 from the field in 16.8
that they are completely minutes per game.
focusedZon the goal of win- The.-former C R Walker
ning a championship, ,and that Knight star, who also attend-
starts Saftirday against Fresno ed Albury Sayles Primary..
State,' she said. . School, had a prep career
UNC finished the season at filled with accolades in Texas.
26-8. They won their oni\ "'. She attended Westbury
championship in 1994 and Christian School in Houston,
reached the Final Four in. Texas, and was' selected
2007 before falling to Ten-.: WBCA All-America, Sec-
nessee. ond-team Parade' Magazine
The Bulldogs received an 'All-America, Second-team
automatic bid from the West- ESPNRISE.com All-Ameri-
ern Athletic Conference. ca.
They defeated Louisiana Prior to her signing at
Tech to win the conference North Carolina, Rolle was
tournament championship highly touted on several rank-
and earn a berth to the 2011' ing systems, including a 28th


run


BALL TANGLE: Miami's Morgan Stroman tries to shoot as North 'Carolina's Waltiea Rolle (left).defends during an: NCAA college game at.the
Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball tournament in Greensboro, NC, on March 5.


rank in the nation by ESPN
Hoop Gurlz and 21st by the


All-Star Girls. Report, ninth
among centers by ESPN


Hoop Gurlz and was a first-
team TAPPS all-state per-


(AP Photo)

former and District 4-5A
Player of the Year as a junior.


BSC EAM STANV&DINGSA


TEAMS


W L Pet. GB


Macedonia ," '" ,". 3
Latter-Day 3
Christian Tabernacle ;2
Gdlden Gates No.1 1
Church of Nazarene' 0
BIBA 0.
Men's Vice President Division
Macedonia No. 2 1
Hope Center 2
Evangelislic Center ': 2
Golden Gates NO.2 1
First Baptist 2'
Faith United 1
Good Samaritan ,0
19-And-Under President Division
Golden Gates 2
Macedonia 2
St John's 1
Agape Full Gospel 1
Christian Tabernacle 1
Good Samaritan 0
19-And-Under Vice President Division
Temple Fellowship 3
Macedonia.No. 2 2
Latter-Day 3
Mt Tabor. 1
Mt Nebo 0
Mt Pleasant Green 0
15-And-Under Division
Macedonia 4
Temple Fellowship 2
Latter-Day 3
St John's 2
Christian Tabernacle / 1
Agape Full Gospel 1
St Paul's .0


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2 .500 11/2.
4 .200 3 1/2
4 .000 3 1/2
.1 .000 2


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* The league is scheduled to continue its regular
season action Saturday with the following games;
Court one
10am Macedonia vs Christian Tabernacle (15)
11am Good Samaritan vs Macedonia (19)
Noon Agape Full Gospel vs Christian Tabernacle (19)
1pm Golden Gates vs St John's (19)
2pm BIBA vs Christian Tabernacle (Men)
3pm Golden Gates No. 2 vs Hope Center (Men)
4pm Latter-Day vs BIBA (Men)
Court Two
10am Agape Full Gospel vs Temple Fellowship (15)
11am St Paul's vs Latter-Day (15) .
Noon Macedonia No. 2 vs Mt Pleasant Green (19)
1pm Temple Fellowship vs Latter-Day (19)
2pm Mt Nebo-vs Mt Tabor (19)
3pm Faith United vs Evangelistic Center (Men)
4pm Good Samaritan vs Macedonia No.2 (Men)


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Teams keep perfect season in Rev


.David Johnson Basketball Classic


THE Baptist Sports Council's Rev Dr David S Johnson
Basketball Classic continued at the Baillou Hills Sporting
Complex on Saturday with the last undefeated team in the
15-and-under division having its streak snapped, while three
other teams kept their perfect season in the 19-and-under
and men's divisions.
St John's stunned defending champions Macedonia with
a nail-biting 22-21 decision just after Macedonia knocked off
Agape Full Gospel 40-26.
Despite splitting the double header, Macedonia still
remains on top of the division, followed by Temple Fel-
lowship at 2-1. St John's moved to fourth at 2-2.
In the 19-and-under president division, Golden Gates
pushed their unblemished record to 2-0 with a 38-33 decision
over Christian Tabernacle. Macedonia avenged their junior
loss by holding off St John's 34-30 to remain in second
place at 2-1. St John's now occupies third at 1-1.
In the 19-and-under vice president division, Macedo-
nia.No. 2 won a double header with a 56-53. decision over
'Latter-Day Saints and a 43-42.nipping of Mt Tabor to
now 'take possession of second place, trailing Temple
Fellowship, who out-scored Mt Nebo 59-42 to stay'on top
at 3-0. Latter-Day is third at 3-1 and Mt Tabor is fourth
at 1-2.
Leading the men's president division is Temple Fel-
lowship anrd Macedonia No.l. Both teams watched as
Latter-Day climbed into third at 3-1 after they knocked
off Golden Gates No.1. 30-27. Christian Tabernacle is
fourth at 2-2.
And in the men's vice president division, Macedonia
No.2. played their first game, securing a 51-46 win over
First Baptist to surge on top of the standings.
. Previous leader Evangelistic Center dropped their
first game, 50-45, to Golden Gates No. 2 for a two-way tie
for third with Hope Center at 2-1. Golden Gates sits in
fourth at 2-2.
Here's a summary of some. of the games played:
St John's 22, Macedonia 21
Travon Bain's game high 14 was enough to propel'
the 15-and-under upset win. Steven Mitchell came up
with 10 and Werico Strachan chipped in with six in the
loss.
Macedonia 40, Agape 26
Steven Mitchell scored a game high 13, Terico Strachan
had eight, "Jermaine Bethel six and Davon Adderley
four in their 15-and-tinder win..Justin Minns scored six,
while Tareues Campbell, Trvis Bennett and Dremeco
Dean all added four in the loss.
Temple Fellowship 24, Christian Tabernacle 22
Wilfred McKinney scored six, Menni Wallace had five
and both Matthe Davis and Dominique Bethel added
four in their 15-and-under win. Jamal Miller had six and
Jakeel Johnson four in the loss.
Macedonia No.2 56, Latter-Day 53
Van Hutchinson pumped in a game high 21 points,
Levigi Forbes had 10 and both Adolpheus Leadon and
Delroy Grandison added seven in their 19-and-under
win. Kenneth Pratt and Lloyd Bailey both had 16 in the
loss.
Temple Fellowship 59, Mt Nebo 42
Renaldo Demeritte scored a game high 18, Trevor
Smith scored 12 and Johnathon Gordon added 11.in
their 19-and-under win. Michael Ferguson had six in
the loss.
Macedonia No. 2 43, Mt Tabor 42
Van Hutchinson Jr had 12, Daniel Bullard had eight
and both James Rolle and Delroy Grancison chipped in
with six in their 19-and-under win. Trevon Grant paced


the losers With a game high 16 and Jasper Thompson had
nine.
Macedonia No. 134, St John's 30
Rashad Knowles canned 13, while Delano Knowles and
Arlington Brown both had four in the 19-and-under win.
Alex Bastian scored 12 and Travon Bain added seven in the
loss.
Golden Gates 50, Evangelistic Center 45
Raynard Minus scored 19 and Steven Culmer added 12 in
their men's win. Randy Ferguson scored 14 and Antonio
IBain added nine in the loss.
First Baptist 52, Good Samaritan 44
Eddie Miller scored 19 and Cruz Simon added 14 in their
men's win. Wilfred Culmer scored 20 and Jermaine Storr
added 18 in the loss.
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Lewis, Comaneci celebrate




London 2012 countdown


By STEPHEN WILSON
AP Sports Writer
LONDON (AP) With
6.6 million tickets up for sale,
two Olympic superstars
came to London on Tuesday
to help celebrate the count-
down to the 2012 Summer
Games.
Nine-time track and field,
gold medallist Carl Lewis
and five-time gymnastics
champion Nadia Comaneci
joined London Olympic
organising committee leader
Sebastian Coe a former
Olympian for a series of
events across the capital.
"It's happening," said
Lewis, the American sprint-
. er and long jumper who
competed in four Olympics.
"It's wonderful to get the
bid. It's wonderful to know
what's coming. But today
you can actually start.your
opportunity to be a part of
it."
Tuesday marked the first
chance for fans to apply for
tickets to the 645 competi-
tion sessions across 26 sports,
with prices ranging from $32
for some events to $1,200 for
the men's 100-meter final.
Comaneci, the Romanian
who scored the first perfect
10.0 in modern Olympic his-
tory when she won three
golds at the 1976 Montreal
Games at age 14, said she
looks forward to coming
back next year to watch the
gymnastics and soak up the
atmosphere.
!'.Ialways say when the
Olympics are happening,
you shouldn't be in any oth-
er place in the planet you
should be here," Comaneci
said.
The buildup to the open-
ing ceremony on July 27,
2012, comes with Olympic
venues being' completed on
time and on budget. Britain
is spending $15 billion to
build new venues and turn
an industrial wasteland in
east London into a vast
Olympic Park.
"This isn't the finishing
straight, but we're in the
back straight of the 800,"
said Coe, a former 800-meter
record holder who also won
two Olympic gold medals in
the 1,500 meters.
The top seats for the
opening ceremony go for
$3,215. Organisers braced for
a crush of demand on the
onlinesite, even though the
tickets are not beirg sold on
a first-come, first-served
basis.
,Customers can apply for
tickets over a six-week peri-
od ending April 26, with no
advantage to signing up ear-
ly. Any oversubscribed tick-
ets will be distributed via a
ballot, or lottery, system.
Tickets will be allocated by
June 24.


FASTEST MAN: Former Olympic champions Carl Lewis and Nadia Comaneci pose for the
front of London's Tower Bridge as they take part in a media event to lunch 500 days to
the London 2012 games and the beginning of the sale of 6.6 million tickets for the games


The first glitch.arose a few
hours into the ticket launch,
when fans.with Visa credit,
cards that expire before the
end of August found they
were unable to process their
-orders. Visa is an Olympic
sponsor and the only card


that can be used to purchase
tickets.
"It is an issue with Visa
rather than the website or
our systems," ,officials of
London 2012 said.
While demand will be
huge, for the 100-meter final,


Lewis urged fans t
buying tickets to s
lower-profile even
"I'.ve been
Olympic Game
retired," he said
time I've gone tC
sports that I've n


before. I think it's a unique
opportunity to go see team
handball or badminton or
volleyball. It gives you the
opportunity to experience
something else. You may
end up watching badmintofi
so much you may end up
taking up the sport yourself."
Organisers are promising
packed venues and enthusi-
astic crowds.
"The athletes enjoy the
full stands," Lewis said. "I
remember in Los Angeles in
the 100 heats there were
93,000 people there., It
makes a huge difference,
especially for the home
country;. It creates a sense of
pride."
Lewis donned a yellow
construction hat and jacket
to tour the 80,000-seat
S Olympic Stadium where the
track and field events will be'
contested in 2012. Lewis won
four gold medals at the 1984
Los Angeles Olympics, suc-
cessfully defended-his 100-
meter title in Seoul in 1988 "
after Ben Johnson was
stripped of the title for dop-
ing and won the.0long jump
for a fourth straight time at
the 1996 Atlanta Games.
"I'm a long jumper that
sprinted," Lewis said.
"Everyone says 'fastest man
in the world.' Yeah, I was
that, too. I was able to win
four in a row in the long
jump. I take the most pride
in that. To come back and
be the first one to actually
win back-to-back and then
do it four times, it was just
tremendous."
The sport's greatest ath-
lete since .Lewis is Usain
Bolt, the Jamaican sprinter
who swept the 100, 200 and
4 x100 relay at the 2008 Bei-
jing Olympics in world-
record times. A year later,
Bolt again set world records
in the 100 and 200 at the
world championships in
.. Berlin.
Can Bolt defend his
'-Olympic titles in London?
S "The' opportunity is
there," Lewis said. "It's very,
very difficult, as I know, to
win back-to-back at the
Olympics. So many things
have to happen for you to
win once; let alone twice, so
.. good luck to him."
@ But Lewis is cheering for
American sprinter Tyson
cameras in Gay, who beat Bolt in Stock-
the start of holm last year and has the
in London. second fastest time ever in
the 100 (9.69 seconds)
behind the Jamaican's 9.58.
(AP Photo) "I think its going to be a
tremendous race," Lewis
to consider said. "I went-to two Olympic
ome of the finals and you never know
nts. what's going to happen
to four Usain has run tremendously.
:s since I He's the best in the world
d. "Every right now, but Tyson's going
o two new to give him a run for his
never seen money."


REHAB: Carlos Guillen (AP)


Guillen,

Zumaya


to stay in

Florida

for rehab

LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)
- Detroit Tigers manager
Jim Leyland says second
baseman Carlos Guillen and
reliever Joel Zu&maya will
stay in Florida to continue
their rehab work.
Guillen is still recovering
from a deep bruise on his
left knee that ended his sea-
son last August. He hasn't
played in any Grapefruit
League games this spring.
, Zumaya is recovering
from surgery to his right arm
and hasn't pitched since last
June.
. Leyland refused to specu-
late Tuesday on when
Guillen or Zumaya might
return.
Leyland also says the
Tigers sent top pitching
prospects Andy Oliver and.
Jacob Turner to the minors,
along with 16 other players
including his son minor
league prospect Patrick Ley- )
land.
Orioles 2B Roberts, RHP
Duchscherer progressing .
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP)
Baltimore Orioles second
baseman Brian Roberts says
his ailing back feels much
better, and pitcher Justin
Duchseherer has learned
there's no structural damage
to his bothersome left hip"
Roberts has been side-
lined with back spasms, a .
worrisome injury because he
missed significant time last
season with a herniated disk.
An MRI did not reveal any-
thing new, and'the two-time
All-Star intends to begin a
progression he hopes will
allow him to start the April
1 opener against the Tampa
Bay Rays.
Duchscherer has appeared
. in only'one game this spring
because of stiffness in his .
surgically repaired left hip.
He threw off flat ground on
Sunday, but discomfort
caused him to skip a simu-
lated game.
The right-hander had an
arthrogram on Monday,
with dye being injected in.
his hip, but no structural
damage was found. He will
be shut down two or three
more days and re-evaluated.


201


2


By ROB HARRIS
AP Sports Writer
LONDON (AP) A giant
clock counting down to.the
2012 Olympics stopped on
Tuesday, less than a day after
being started in London's
Trafalgar Square.
The digital clock, which is
made by Olympic sponsor-
Omega, was stuck at 500 days,
7 hours, 6 minutes, 56 sec-
onds.
"We are very disappointed
that it has stopped working,"
Omega said in a-statement to
The Associated Press. "It's
obviously a technical fault and
we've got people working on
it now."
Four British Olympic
champions rowers Pete
Reed and Andy Hodge and
sailors lain Percy and Andrew
Simpson unveiled the steel
clock on Monday amid
pyrotechnics beneath Nel-
son's Column to mark the
500-day countdown to the
opening ceremony on July 27,
2012.
"The clock underwent rig-
orous testing by our experts


London Games clock stops after 1


COUNTDOWN: Fireworks light up as the London 2012 Olympic Games countdown clock registers 500 days till the games begin at a ceremony
in Trafalgar Square in central London Monday.
(AP Photo)


7


hours


before the launch," Omega
said. "This is very unusual and
we are hoping to have it back
up and running soon."
London 2012 chairman
Sebastian Coe had said the
clock would serve as a "daily
and hourly reminder to every-
one who visits Trafalgar
Square that the countdown to
the start of London 2012 has
well and truly begun and that
the greatest show on earth is
soon coming to our country."
The Paralympic countdown
on the other side of the clock,
which is 27 feet high and 16
feet long, is still working.
The clock's failure wasn't
the only Olympic glitch on
Tuesday, when 6.6 million
tickets went up on sale.
A few hours into the ticket
launch, fans with Visa credit
cards that expire before the '
end of August found that they
were unable to process their
orders.
-Visa is an Olympic sponsor
and the only card that can be.
used to purchase tickets.
"It is an issue with Visa
rather than the website or our
systems," London 2012 said.


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ATLANTA (AP)-- Sport-
ing a new look, Joe Johnson'
scored 36 points 28 in the
first half and the Atlanta
Hawks romped to a 110-85
victory over the Milwaukee
Bucks in a makeup game
Tuesday night.
Johnson donned a black
headband to protect the back
of his scalp after undergoing a
procedure to treat a skin
infection. It must have helped
his shooting touch, too. He
made six straight 3-pointers
on the way to the highest-
scoring half by an Atlanta.
player this season...
With Johnson firing away,.
the Hdwks went on a 20-0 run
that started at the end of the
first quarter and extended
into the second. The Bucks
missed 10 straight shots -
.plus turned it over four times
- during a scoring drought
of nearly 6 minutes.
Andrew Bogut led Mil-
waukee with 21 points. That
wasn't nearly enough against
Johnson and the Hawks, who-
shot a staggering 63 percent
(46 of 73).
The teams were making up
a Jan. 11 game that was post-
poned after an ice storm
struck Atlanta. What a wasted
trip for the Bucks, who fell
behind by as, many as.,24.
points in the first half.
The Hawks were bolstered
by the return of All-Star cen-
ter Al Horford, who had
missed the previous game
because of an ailing left ankle.


By The Associated Press


Heat 110, Spurs 80
MIAMI (AP) Chris
Bosh scored 30 points and
grabbed 12 rebounds,
Dwyane Wade scored 29 and
the Miami Heat avenged their
worst loss of the season by
rolling past the NBA-leading
Spurs 110-80 on Monday
night.
LeBron James finished with
21 points, eight assists.and six
rebounds for the Heat, who
have won three straight and
moved within two gamps of
Eastern Conference front-
runners Boston and Chicago.
Miami lost 125-95 in San
Antonio on March 4, the mid-
point of a five-game slide that
now seems all but forgotten
after wins over the Los Ange-
les Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies
and now the Spurs.
Tony Parker scored 18
points and Tim Duncan
added 14 for the Spurs, who
had won 15 of their last 18
against Miami.

Kings 129, Warriors 119
SACRAMENTO, Calif.
(AP) Marcus Thornton
and Samuel DalembeTt had
career scoring nights with 42
and 27 points in what. might
have been the final meeting
ever in Sacramento between
the Northern California rivals.
DeMarcus Cousins added
15 as the Kings had their sec-
ond-highest scoring game of
the season and shot 57 per-
cent to win for just the sec-
ond time in their past nine
home games.
Al Thornton scored 23
points and Stephen Curry
added 19 to lead the Warriors,
who were never in this game a
night after beating Minnesota
100-77 in their most lopsided
win of the season.
With the Kings contem-
plating a move to Anaheim
after the season, this could
have been the final meeting
ever between the teams in
Sacramento; The teams will


Otherwise, the Hawks stuck
with the lineup that snapped a
four-game losing streak over
the weekend: Johnsonr shift-
ing up to small forward, with
Kirk Hinrich and Jeff Teague
starting in the backcourt.
The way Johnson played, it
didn't matter who else was on
the court. He made 13 of 19
shots 6 of 9 beyond the arc
to bury the Bucks.
Johnson swished his first 3-
pointer with just under 4 min-
utes left in the opening quar-
ter, erasing Milwaukee's final
'lead. After Bogut tied it. one
last time at 17 with a hook
shot, the Bucks suddenly went
cold and the Atlanta star
couldn't miss.
He hit another 3 early in
the second, picked off a bad
pass by Corey Maggette and
knocked down another one.
After Carlos Delfino broke
Milwaukee's scoreless streak,
Johnson swished another 3.
Then another, even though
he was about as close to mid-.
court as he was to the arc.
And, yes, one more.
Johnson finally missed on
his final two 3-pointers of the
half, apparently tired from all
that shooting. He came up
short of his career high, 42
points, largely because he
came out near the end of the
third quarter with the Hawks
comfortably ahead and did-
n't return.
The Hawks led by as many
as 33 down the stretch as both
teams emptied their benches.


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a Moute (12) for a rebound in the second quarter of Tuesday's game in Atlanta.
Wifp


THREE STRAIGHT: Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade, LeBron Jamres and Chris Bosh (from left) watch.from the bench' lte in a game
San Antonio Spurs in San Antonio on March 4. The Spurs beat the Heat 125-95.


still meet once more in Oak-
land this season on April 10.

Rockets 95, Suns 93
HOUSTON (AP) Kevin
Martin scored 23 points,
Chuck Hayes had a career-
high 21 points and nine
rebounds and Houston
snapped a seven-game losing
streak to Phoenix.
Kyle Lowry added 18
points, six rebounds and five
assists for the Rockets, who
stayed three games behind
Memphis in the race for the
final.playoff spot. Vince
Carter scored 21 to lead the
Suns, who played without
point guard Steve Nash for
the second straight game.
Aaron Brooks, acquired
from Houston in a trade at
the deadline, started for Nash
and struggled, scoring two
points on 1 for 9 shooting.
The Suns slipped 2 games
behind the Grizzlies in the
race for the No. 8 playoff spot


in the West.

Nets 88, Celtics 79
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -
Brook Lopez scored 20
points, Deron Williams added
16 and made the clinching 3-
pointer, and the New Jersey
Nets extended their longest
winning streak in three years
to five games.
Kris Humphries had 16
' points and 15 rebounds, fol-
lowing his strong performance
against Blake Griffin by turn-
ing in one against Kevin Gar-
nett to help the Nets snap a
nine-game home losing streak
against the Celtics.
New Jersey has won five in
a row overall for the first time
since late December-early
January in the 2007-08 sea-
son. *
Ray Allen scored 19 points
and Garnett had 18 for the
Celtics, who couldn't over-
come horrible shooting nights
from All-Stars Paul Pierce


. and Rajon Rondo and fell
back into a tie with Chicago
for the best record in-the
Eastern Conference.

Thunder 116, Wizards 89
WASHINGTON (AP) -
Kevin Durant scored 32
points and Russell Westbrook
had 18 points and 12 assists.
It was the 25th time this
season that Durant, the NBA'
scoring leader, scored at least
30 points. He scored 40 in the
previous meeting between the
two teams on January 28.
Daequan Cook had 18
points and was 6 for 9 on 3-
pointers for Oklahoma City,
which has now won four
straight and six of seven, as
well as the last five meetings
against Washington. The
Thunder are 23-4 this season
against teams with sub-.500
records.
Trevor Booker had 14
points and a career-high 13
rebounds, John Wall had 14


points, seven rebc
five -assists, an


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Grizzlies 105, C
'MEMPHIS. ".. .
Zach Randolpl i;,'
-* *. and 12 rebound
Memphis Grii., .
two-game skid
Randolph ciii .
of 18 shots fro-' i.
rh r. e Memphlis seci.n -
the eighth ," <
spot in the ; o,
ence.
Sain m'oung fiiiisa .
14 points and,Mike Conicv
had 13 for Memphis. Darreil
Arthur chipped in 12 poii.
and Greivis Vasquez ,.cor-
a career-high 11.
Eric Bledsoe scored 19
points, Chris Kaman add-,
14 and Mo William
the Clippers. Rookie
Blake Griffin ,a< I
-" eight points an '
against the rebounds, his fourth sh r.i d,!
game without reaching a dou-
ble-double- the longesi aichl
(AP Photo) drought for Griffin.
Los Angeles trailed by 3i
pounds and in the fourth quarter, its
d JaVale largest deficit of the season.


McGee also scored 14 points
for the Wizards.

Nuggets 114, Hornets 103
NEW ORLEANS (AP) --
Ty Lawson scored 25 pomii:,
and the Denver Nuggets com-
bined for 17 3-pointers in a
114-103 victory over the New
Orleans Hornets on Monday
night.
Raymond Felton added 22
points, hitting six 3s for Den-
ver, while.J.R. Smith hit five
3s and finished with 18 points.
Denver made 17 of 29 3-
pointers to build a 23-point
lead Wilson Chandler's 3
made it 91-68 in Ihe third
quarter. Chandler hit lour 3s
and finished witli .1 pomi'.
The Nuggcts ,.'ci just shot
of the season high of 18.thlC\
set one game earlier in a \ ic-
tory over Detroit.
Chris Paul had 27 points
and 10 assists for the I hornets.


Jazz 112, Sixers 10';
SALT LAKE C(iY hi ;
-'Andrei. Kirilenko scor'.J
seven of his 16 :,i-, -'.
lime for slh'r ,'
The Jazz led by as nim ,.
21 points in the second quar-
ter, 18 in the third and 15 in
the fourth before Philadelphii_
rallied. The Sixers had a 103-
101 lead with 11.5 seconds lei'
in regulation thanks to a I
point quarter bv Andre I,
dala.
But C.J. Mil.-
layup tied it '
missed whal '
the s me-\. i1


sea l he \\in.
The Sixers : ...
Utah since Jai] \
losing 10 of the ILi I
against the Jai.


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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 ohce.
The difficulty level of the Conceptis Sudoku increases from
Monday to Sunday

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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.
TODAV*S TARGET
Good 23; very good 34; excellent
45 (or more) Solution tortmorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION, .
choke choker" chore chug chunk .i <
churn cough echo enough grouch
heck hero heron hock hoke hone
honk horn hour huge hung e
hunger hunk hunker oche ochre
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Best described as a number crossWvord, the task ih IKakuro 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.


Yesterday's
Sudoku Answer


Yesterday's
Kakuro Answer






6 1 2 1 465


CRYPTIC PUZZLE
Across Down


1 Returned copies include
one in colour (5)
4 Pay for advice on how to
get rid of weeds (4,3)
8 Common pride for example
comes to nought (3)
9 Combination of wind and
frost causes pile-up in'
winter (9)
10 Held on to key and rent (7)
11 An ear perhaps for music?
(5)


13 Organised raid in back-
street exposes secret
groups (6)
15 Brings back games and
increases keenness (6)
18 Medicine that may be
mixed with gin (5)
19 A number in favour of good
taste? (7)
21 Possibly treat nine to
dinner (9)
23 There will be talk if it's
broken (3)
24 The craft of the cook? (7)
25 Language of a quarter of
Parisians (5)

Yesterday's Cryptic Solution
Across: 1 Armageddon, 8 Trews,
9 Forgive, 10 Tosspot, 11 Ensue,
12 Minims, 14Esteem, 17 Oakum,.
19 Oration, 21 Eyesore, 22 Acrid,
23 Schooltime.
Down: 2 Reels in, 3 Aesop,
4 Effete, 5 Darkens, 6 Nails,
7 Determined, 8 Totem poles,
13 Mammoth, 15 Epigram,
16 Forego, 18 Knees, 20 Apart.


1 Cunning action made with
the French in view (7)
2 Making it may be foresight
or for sight (9)
3 A reflective attitude taken
by a storyteller (5)
4 Firs do make attractive.
features in Norway (6)
5 New cadet or old soldier (7)
6 Sorcery Japanese women.
get wrapped up in (3)
7 Major figure helping to
make anti-tank guns (5)
12 Expert on the rocks? (9)
14 Edward lifts firm with spirit
and dignity (7) "
16 Wave on a doctor (7) l
17 Avery, noisy bearing
causes concern (6)
18 A headlock (5) -
20 Abolish article from a year C
*book (5)
22 This nail may be found in a (
boot (3) A

Yesterday's Easy Solution
Across: 1-Tenderfoot, 8 Dying,
9 Clement, 10 Wrestle, 11 Add
up, 12 Attain, 14 Flashy, 17 Hoist,
19 Radiant, 21 Even now, 22 End
up, 23 Toe the line.
Down: 2 Evident, 3 Digit,
4 Racket, 5 Overall, 6 Tread,
7 Step by step, 8 Down at heel,
13 Intense, 15 Stand-in,
16 Growth, 18 Inept, 20 Dwell.


Across
1 Pad covering
wounded eye (5)
4 Disclaim knowledge
of (7)
8 Turncoat (3)
9 The basic facts
(4,5)
10 Made by exploited
labour (7)
11 US gold coin (5)
13 Hang around (6)
15 High prestige (6)
18 Spy (5)
19 Devious (7)
21 A certainty (4,5)
23 Speck (3)
24 At high speed (7)
25 Direct the attention
of (5)


Down *
1 Sunshade (7)
. 2 Exactly drawn
(2,3,4)
3 Settled practice (5)
4 To ridicule (6)
5 Overthrow (7)
. 6 Goods vehicle (3)
7 Use to no purpose
(5)
12 Begin to suspect
(3,4,2)
14 Give a just claim
(7)
16 Be uncomfortably
hot (7)
17 Exceptional
creative ability (6)
18 Passage between
tows (5)
20 Bode (5)
22 Smart blow (3)


You are South, and the bidding
has gone:
South West North East
2** Pass 2*** Pass
3 Pass 3 NT Pass
?
strong, artificial ** waiting
What would you bid now with
each of the following four hands?
1. 4A AKQ83 +AQJ984 4 7
2.* 410 V AK95 4AKQJ7 4 AK6
3. AK KQJ4 AKQJ62 3
4. 4AK AK32 KQJ103 4 AK


1. Four, hearts. By bidding four,
hearts, you imply a five-card heart
suit, since it would make no sense to
introduce a four-card suit at this
stage.
At the same time, the heart rebid
identifies a holding of at least six dia-
monds, since if your two suits were
equal in length, you would have bid
hearts rather than diamonds at your
second turn.
. Although your hand is very prom-
ising for slam purposes, you cannot,
safely bid more than four hearts. The
impetus must come from your part-
ner, whose responses so far have
promised nothing.
2. Pass. It may seem dangerous to


pass with a singleton spade, but it
would be even more dangerous to
bid again. Introducing your four-card
heart suit on the four-level is
chancier than hoping partner has suf-
ficient length and/or strength in
*spades to stop the opponents from
taking the first five tricks. Your best
shot is to rely on the nine tricks in
notrump you already have right in
the palm of your hand. ,
3. Five diamonds. There is no
need to risk notrump with this layout
- you have only eight certain tricks
at notrump when you are virtually
assured of 11 tricks in diamonds. Just
about all you need from partner to
make five diamonds is the ten of
hearts.
It would be wrong to bid four
hearts; if partner has only three
hearts and three or fewer diamonds,
he might elect to pass and leave you
in a contract that is not as good as
five diamonds would be.
4. Four notrump. This is not
Blackwood but rather a raise in
notrump asking partner to keep on
bidding if he has any values at all.
Four notrump, is a powerful bid,
since it indicates a holding of 10
tricks even if partner has nothing.
Obviously, he is permitted to pass.


Tomorrow: Now you see it, now you don't.
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Nadal, Wozniacki get easy wins in Indian Wells


INDIAN WELLS, Calif.
(AP) Rafael Nadal
breezed past American qual-
ifier Ryan Sweeting 6-3, 6-1
in a third-round match Mon-
day as the second week of the
BNP Paribas Open began.
Nadal improved to 28-4 in
his career at Indian Wells,
where he's won twice. The
world's top-ranked men's
player has lost six games in
his first two matches while
showing no lingering effects
from his recent left thigh
injury.
"I didn't play nothing real-
ly impressive, but I played sol-
id. I didn't have big mistakes,"
he said. "The more positive
'thing is I.finished much better
than the beginning of the.
match. So improve during the,
match always very good news,
no?"
j Women's top seed Caroline
' Wozniacki of Denmark
advanced with a 6-1, 6-3 vic-
tory against Maria Jose Mar-
tinez Sanchez of Spain that
took just over an hour. Woz-
niacki has improved her
results in each-of her first four
years playing at Indian Wells,
where she was rimner up to
champion Jelena Jankovic last
year. :
"It was important to move
my feet, try to get as many
returns back, and it helped
me a little bit that she didn't
get too many first serves iin so
I could go in and dictate the
game," Wozniacki said. "As
long as I kept her on the base-,


NUMBER Rafael Nadal breezed past American qualifier Ryan
NUMBER ONE: Rafael Nadal breezed past American qualifier Ryan St


line, then I felt like I was in
control of the point. It was
. very important to keep the
pressure but not force it too
much."
Dinara Safina defeated No.
4 seed Samantha Stosur 7-6
'(2), 6-4 despite 16 double-
faults in the lone upset on the
women's side. Stosur reached
the semifinals here last year.
Former world No. 1 Safina is


making a comeback after
being sidelined with a back
injury last year.
Sam Querrey beat Fernan-
do Verdasco 7-5, 6-4.
Other women's winners
were No. 8 Victoria Azaren-
ka, No. 9 Agnieszka Rad-.
wanska of Poland, No. 16
Maria Sharapova, No. 18
Nacia Petrova and No. 22
Alisa Kleybanova of Russia.


one of the toughest players to
play against. She had a lot of
errors. I returned a lot better,
and served a lot better in the
second set."
Petrova needed more than
two hours to derail the upset
hopes American wild card
Christina McHale, who lost
3-6,6-4,6-2 when the Russian
sent a backhand down the line
on match point.
SThere were two upsets on
the men's side: fourth-seed-
ed Robin Soderling of Swe-
den and No. 11 seed Nicolas
Almagro of Spain both lost.
.Soderling fell to No. 32
seed Philipp Kohlschreiber of
Germany, 7-6 (8), 6-4 after
holding five set points in the
tiebreaker; while 23rd-seed-
ed Albert Montanes of Spain
took out Almagro 4-6, 6-2, 6-
4.
Soderling was bothered by
a left foot injury that first.
occurred during Sweden's vic-
tory over Russia in Davis Cup
play nearly 10 days ago.
meeting on Monday., "I lost the match when I
(AP Photo) decided to go on court," he
said. "I shouldn't have done
Sharapova beat 20th-seed- that. It's pretty stupid to
ed Aravene Rezai of France, play." ..
6-2, 6-2 as the Russian star Soderling, who was in bed
returns to the WTA Tour for five days with a fever
after a five-week absence before the tournament began,
because of illness. had yet to have his foot exam-
"I started like I didn't have ined by a doctor. He is sched-
my cup. of coffee or some- uled toplayat Key Biscayne,
thing, didn't have my peeps Fla., next week. "Hopefully,
around, so that was disap-' they won't find anything bad,"
pointing," Sharapova said. he said. "The more I play on
"When she's on, she can be the foot, the worse it gets."


American qualifier Donald
Young's run ended with a 6-0,
6-4 loss to 25th-seeded Tom-
my Robredo of Spain. Young
upset fifth-ranked Andy Mur-
ray two days ago.
Juan Martin del Potro of
Argentina, the 2009'U.S.
Open champion, defeated
20th-seeded Alexandr Dol-
gopolov of Ukraine 7-6 (3),
6-3. Qualifier Somdev Dev-
varman of India outlasted
Xavier Malisse 6-1, 3-6, 7-6
(5).
Nadal delayed -the start of
his post-match interview to
watch the tiebreaker since he
will play Devvarman in the
fourth round.

Nadal, Federer to play
at Monte Carlo Masters
MONACO (AP) Rafael
Nadal, Roger Federer and
Australian Open champion
Novak Djokovic will play at
the Monte Carlo Masters.
Tournament director
Zeljko Franulovic says the top
three players in the world will
be at the clay-court event
from April 9-17 after Federer
decided to take part in the
tournapient to prepare for the
French Open.
Federer had.planned to
skip the tournament and lim-
it his clay-court appearances
to Madrid and Rome.
Federer is a three-time
finalist in Monaco, while
Djokovic lost to six-time
defending champion Nadal in
the 2009 final.


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There's a neighborhood

Wendy's near you


A Message from June Hall
Show. Chairman and President of the U
Bahamas Kennel Club
Welcome to the B.K.C'30th Annual Dog Show & Obedience Trials.
This year the show is being held ori the grounds of Bahamas Food Services Glad-
stone Road..It will be our third venue since 1981.
The first Bahamas Kennel Club show was a local show was held at the Q.E.Sports U.
Centre. We had prestigious Judges for both Breed and Obedience Trials. The Sport
of Obedience has grown, as in 1982 we only had dogs compete for Novice titles,
but today we-now have dogs competing up to the Utility Level. We have introduced
Rally Obedience and have competitors up to the Excellent level with one Bahamian
Dog receiving an RAE Title (Rally Advanced Excellent) this year. Working with our
two Obedience Partners the Nassau Agility and Obedience Dog Club and the Abaco
Dog Training Club we hope to offer competition Agility Trials next year.
We Moved to The Botanic Gardens in 1982 and our show was held there through
'2010. We are grateful to Bahamas Food Services for allowing us to move the show
to their grounds. As Obedience has grown in popularity, the need to have larger
regulation rings and easier transport of equipment moved us to ~ook for a site which
had a larger open area for the competition rings. a Mrn 3385
Our first International Dog Show was held in 1982. We had many U.S dogs,.some
owner handled many shown by Professional Handlers. We (the Bahamas Kennel T
Club)thought it would be a great opportunity for Bahamians to see top quality dogs
and breeds they had not seen before. Today we have handlers bringing dogs that
have supported our shows for over 20 years. Recently one of these exhibitors Betty
Umberto Wells came to Nassau to give a handling/grooming Work Shop Joyce Han-
son and Kevin Thomas continue to support our shows bringing Championship qual-
ity dogs to the show every year. Thank you! We appreciate your loyalty.
The early shows brought many tourists to our shores they came on cruise ships.
It was called 'THE BOAT CRUISE'.
-The Bahamas Kennel Club was formed in1978. The first President was Mrs Mary
Ann Jones. It was formed to create a Dog Registry for Pure Breed Dogs, however we
also wanted to strive for the better care and control of all dogs. This meant as the
shows continued we introduced a Speciial Class for dogs whose responsible owners
had spayed or neutered them. This class continues to grows larger each year.
As you look through our supplement you will see many great dogs and their on the
handlers.
Showing a dog is a special partnership between the -handlers and their dogs. th
Our show celebrates this unique bond between man and his canine companion.
As Chairman-for most of these shows I would like thank the many people .over International Do Show
the years who have helped and supported our shows.. All the Show Committees par-
ticularly the Secretaries (like RitaHall who has kept me on the right track for more
than 25yrs!) Lorraine Lightboumrn, who has been our announcer since 1981. I would and
also like to give our sincere thanks to Jon & Carol Mett our Obedience Judges.this
year, who coritinue to give us workshops, seminars and judge our January Obedi-
ence Trials and provide so much support. Carol helps us to believe in ourselves and Obedience Trials.
our dogs, not an easy task! We would like to thank our show sponsors, advertisers,
corporate donors ,our exhibitors and the general public that attend the shows.
A yery special thank you to the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources who
assist us in providing the import permits for overseas exhibitors. )
This year we have a special thank You for our Sponsors PURINA PROPLAN and *o flJ' '* *J- '
Richard Curry who have brought The Purina Agility Team to demonstrate for us -Do
Not miss these exciting demonstrations!
Again thank you and may the best dog win!
June Hall
President of the Bahamas Kennel Club


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What to


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The judge walks up and down
a line of beautiful, perfectly
groomed dogs. The ani-
mals stand almost completely
still, eyes on their handlers.
The handlers, meanwhile, keep
glancing at the judge, waiting
for him to stop and take that
one, last look.
He then returns to the stew-
ards' table, marks his book and
returns with a large, fluttering,
red, white and blue rosette. And
after a few words to the audi-
ence at ringside, the judge points
at and proclaims his choice for
Best in Show.


It's a scene that plays out just
about every weekend someplace
in North America .. Show dogs
and their "people" will travel
for miles from venue to venue,
looking for championship points,
qualifying scores or to move up
in the rankings. However in The
Bahamas, the Bahamas Kennel
Club Dog Show is our one op-
portunity to experience this
canine competition.
Dog shows are a wonderful
chance to get an up-close look at
many different types of breeds,
including some you may other-
wise see only on television. You


can talk to breeders, owners,
handlers and groomers about
the pros and cons of certain
breeds. You can see dogs put
to the test in events such as
obedience and AKC Rally. And
if you feel like spending a little-
coin on dog-related stuff, you
can probably find what you need
at a dog show and a whole
lot more.
Conformation is, at its most
basic level, an evaluation of
breeding stock. With just a
few exceptions limited to stud
dog/brood bitch classes and
independent-specialty veterans
classes, spayed or neutered
dogs cannot show in confor-
mation. Judges evaluate a dog
based on how closely the ani-
mal matches the breed stand-
ard .This is because, in theory,
a dog close to the "ideal" will
produce quality progeny.
In the ring you'll see the
judge examine every inch of
the dog from teeth to tail, and
then watch the dog's gait and the


animal moves in a pattern of the
judge's choosing. The dog most
closely representing its breed
standard (according to judges
on that particular day) wins.
Think of a conformation event
like a pyramid, with non-cham-
pions forming the base. In each
breed at an AKC show, males
and females compete separately


in one of the "regular classes":
Puppy, 12-18 Months, Novice,
Amateur-Owner-Handler, Bred
By Exhibitor, American-Bred or
Open (the latter two are always
offered at shows). The winners
of each class compete in the
Winners Class (again, divided
by sex). The Winners Dog and
Winners Bitch, then, compete
with the champions in their
breed for Best of Breed.
The Best of Breed win-
ners divide into their re-
spective variety groups, the
seven AKC groups being
Sporting, Hound, Working,
.- Terrier, Toy, Non-Sporting
and Herding. The seven
group winners then com-
pete for Best in Show, with
one dog reigning supreme
for the day.
Canine Obedience
The purpose of an obe-
dience trial is to show how
well a dog has been trained
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(continued from page 5)
as a companion. It takes many,
many hours of work to get a dog
ready for a trial, but the results,
including the thrill of a BKC title,
are well worth it.
There are three levels of
obedience competition: Nov-
ice, Open and Utility. Each level
has its own set of exercises. A
dog competing in Novice, for
example, must be able to heel
on-leash (which includes a fig-
ure eight), heel off-leash, stand
for examination, do a recall
("come"), sit for one minute, and
remain in a down position for
three minutes. The dog must
earn more than 50 percent of
the awardable points for each
exercise with a total of at least
170 points to get a qualifying


score.
Once two different judges (3
in North America) certify that
the dog has received qualifying
scores in a level at three trials,
that dog earns the obedience
title for that level: Companion
Dog (CD) for Novice, Companion
Dog Excellent (CDX) for Open
and Utility Dog (UD) for Utility.
AKC Rally is relatively new
to the world of dog shows, but
it's gaining in popularity. The
American Kennel Club calls
Rally a "successful stepping
stone from the AKC Canine
Good Citizen Program to the
world of obedience or agility."
Like in obedience, there
are three levels to Rally. These
levels are Novice, Advanced
and Excellent. Depending on


the level, a dog-handler team
must go through 10-20 stations.
At each station, the dog must
perform an exercise. Scoring is
not as rigid as in obedience. In
order to receive the Rally title for
each level, the dog must receive
three qualifying scores from two
different judges.
Unlike in conformation,
spayed and neutered dogs are
allowed to compete in obedi-
ence and Rally.
Once at a show, here are a
few things to keep in mind.
* Keep children under control,
period. There are just too many
temptations at dog shows, par-
ticularly the dogs themselves.
For the safety of all concerned,
kiddos need to stay close and
keep their hands off the dogs


unless given permission by the
handler or groomer.
* As far as petting the dogs, the
same goes for adults. Some
of these dogs take hours to
prepare for the ring. Hands
off unless given permission.
* Do not try to talk to or pet a dog
in the ring. Besides bothering
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* Don't eat ringside. Handlers
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* And as mentioned earlier, dog
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to learn about different breeds.
People in the dog show com-


munity are well aware of this.
Most of them will respond to
you, because education is key
to choosing the right breed to
spend a life with. However, the
last place to do this is near
the gate right before a class.
The handlers are getting their
dogs ready, and that has to be
their sole focus. Instead, head
back into the grooming area,
or look for folks holding dogs
.away from the gate, perhaps
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There are many venues
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involved in these days, but.
not too many that. they can
engage in as a true family ac-
tivity. Participating in a good,
clean sport that encourages
responsibility and rewards
sportsmanship and hard work
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a particular breed be it the
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pure dog breeds registerabte
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Getting Started in Junior Join the world of AKC Junior
Showmanship Showmanship!


The American.Kennel Club
(The Bahamas Kennel Club
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censes dogs shows (competi-
tive exhibitions in which dogs
are judged in accordance with
an established standard of
perfection for each breed) that
test and evaluate the form and -
function of purebred dogs. In


Juniors are important to
the future of the sport of dogs
and responsible .dog owner-
ship, and the more they learn,
the more valuable they be-
come. The values, attitudes
and responsibility learned
through Junior Showman-
ship will serve youngsters
well throughout their lives. By


addition, at some shows the
AKC/ BKC offers classes which
evaluate the abilities of the
participant on the other end
of the lead, the young handler.
AKC. Junior Showmanship
classes offer youngsters the
opportunity to:
1. Develop their handling
skills
2. Learn about good sports-
manship
3.. Learn about dogs and dog
shows. '


putting time and effort into
learning about their dog and
how to present it, juniors are-
rewarded with a win.
Who may participate
Junior Showmanship class-
es in The Bahamas are open
to children in 3 age brackets -
3-6, 7-11, 12 All participants
in Junior Showmanship class-
es must have an BKC Junior
Showmanship Handler Num-
ber. .


Judging criteria
Juniors are judged on their
ability to present, or handle,
theirdogs within the same for-
mats and guidelines as those
who compete in the breed ring.
The quality 6f their presentation,
not the dog, is judged. Juniors
are encouraged to develop their
handling abilities, dress appro-
priately, conduct themselves in
a proper manner, and present
their dog in a well-groomed
condition.
What about the dog?
Any dog entered must be eli-
gible to compete in dog shows or
obedience trials. The dog must
be owned by the child, a member
of the child's.family or member
of his household.
How to get started
The best way for prospective
junior handlers to see what is
involved in junior handling is to
watch the Junior Showmanship
classes at a dog show. They will
see how children take part at all
levels of competition, how they
have developed friendships and
have learned td compete and


accept their wins and losses
in a gracious manner. Talk to
these young participants in our
sport. You will be impressed by
their knowledge, attitudes and
their willingness to share their
. experiences with someone new
to the sport. Another way to learn
the basics is at your local dog
club. Many clubs offer weekly
handling classes. These infor-
mal sessions are conducted in a
relaxed atmosphere and afford
both dog and handler an op-
portun.ity to practice in a setting
similar to an actual show. The
Nassau Agility and Obedeince
Dog Club and Stubsdale Dog
Care Centre both offer weekly
classes in Obedience and Dog
Handling.
In order to receive Premium
Lists (which detail date, loca-
tion and judges of all classes at
a particular show) forshows in
your area one should should join
the Bahamas Kennel Club. The
Club is the purebred registry for
all dogs in The Bahamas and also
support Obedience and Agility
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BAHAMAS

? KENNEL

CLUB
Officers
Mrs. June Hall President
Mrs. Lynn Gape Vice President
Mrs Helen Roberts Secretary
Ms. Diane Fletcher Treasurer

Directors
Mrs. Merle Key
Mrs. Tonya Sturrup Gay .
Ms. Amanda Meyers
Mrs. Donna Kiriaze ,
Mrs. Rita Hall
Mrs. Shelagh Pritchard

Honorary Directors
Mrs. Candace Key
Mrs. Mary Ann Jones
Mr. Edmund Pinder
Mrs. Barbara Stubbs
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Show Committee
The Bahamas Kennel Club
would like to recognize a nd
thank our hardworking show committee.
June Hall Show Chair
Bonnie L. Davis Advertising
Jean Knowles -Advertising and Logistics
Rita Hall Registration
Diane Fletcher Entries and Show Treasurer
Jacqueline Breed Ring Steward
Helen Roberts Obedience Ring Steward
Merle Key Judges and Gate
Lynn Gape Publicity and Logistics
Shane Glinton Logistics and Breed Handling
Classes
Amanda Meyers Publicity and Logistics
Tonya Sturrup Gay Logistics and Breed Handling
Classes
Trudy Drake- Logistics and Volunteers
Donna Kiriaze -Logistics
Lorraine Lightbourn- Show
Announcer

Special thanks to Maureen
Koepp from The Abaco Dog
Training Club for helping
with the Obedience Ring ..


Show Schedule

OBEDIENCE/RALLY CLASSES


TIME CLASS RING# JUDGE RING# JUDGE
SATURDAY SUNDAY
1 8:00am Beginners Obedience 1 III Carol Mett
2 8:00am Open 1 IV Jon Mett
3 8:30am Novice Obedience 1 IV Jon Mett
4 8:50am Graduate Novice 1 III Carol Mett -
5 9:00am Veterans Obedience IV Jon Mett III Carol Mett
6 9:00am Open 2/3 III Carol Mett IV Jon Mett
7 9:15am Beginners Obedience 2/3 IV Jon Mett III Carol Mett
8 9:30am Novice Obedience 2/3 III Carol Mett IV Jon Mett
9 9:50am Graduate Novice 2/3 IV Jon Mett Ill Carol Mett .
10 10:30am Rally.Novice2 III Carol Mett IV Jon Mett
11 11:00am Rally Advanced 2 IV Jon Mett III Carol Mett -
12 11:30pm Rally Excellent2 IV Jon Mett III Carol Mett
13 12:00pm Rally Novice 3 Ill Jon Mett
14 12:30pm Rally Advanced 3 111 Carol Mett
15 1:00pm Rally Excellent 3 III Carol Mett

CONFIRMATION CLASSES

16 10.00am Veterans I James Frederiksen II James Noe
17 10.00am Jr. Showmanship (7-11) II James Noe I James Frederiksen
18 10.30am Jr. Showmanship (3-6) I James Frederiksen II James Noe
19 10.30am Jr. Showmanship (12- 17) 11 James Noe I James Frederiksen
20 11:00am Toys--Group 5 j II James Noe I James Frederiksen
21 11:00am Non Sporting Group 6, I James Frederiksen II James Noe
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30 2:15pm Mixed Breeds 1/ll James Frederiksen 1/11 James Noe
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mitted to helping dog owners raise
happy, healthy dogs. Here are a few
suggestions to help you be the best
owner you can be.
1. Recognize the Commitment
Dog ownership is not something
to be entered into lightly. Owning
a dog is a long-term emotional
and financial commitment. Before
deciding that a certain dog is
right for you, you must make an
honest assessment-as to whether
your home is right for any dog.
2. Evaluate Your Lifestyle
'If you get a dog, he (or she) will
become a part of your life. You
need to make sure that he's
suited for your lifestyle. For
example, if you are athletic, you
will probably not be happy with a
dog that has a low energy level. If
you are extremely neat, you will
probably want a dog that doesn't


shed much. All aspects of your
family's life hobbies, activities,
personalities, schedules should
be evaluated before you get a
dog.
3. Make a List
Based on your evaluation, de-
termine what qualities you want
in a dog. Consider size, energy
level, grooming needs, trainability
and temperament. Do you want
a guard dog or a lap dog? Is it
important that your dog get along
with children? If you rent your
home, are there restrictions on
height, weight or breed? Answer
these questions now once you
bring a dog home, it can be heart-
breaking to realize that you made
the wrong choice.
4. Choose a Breed
Once you have made your list of -
ideal characteristics, do some
research to find which breeds fit
that profile. Go to your local li-
brary, attend a dog show, and visit
the AKC website. Narrow your
choices to the breed that seems
right for you.
5. Get a Referral
You have a much better chance
of being satisfied if you get your
dog from a responsible, ethical
breeder whose primary concern is
to produce dogs of high quality,
good-health and stable tempera-
ment. The BKC can provide you
with a Breeder Referral contact
for each recognized breed. These
individuals can put you in contact
with breeders or rescue organiza-
tions.
6. Consider an Older Dog
Puppies aren't for everyone. If an
older dog better fits your lifestyle,
check with the Bahamas Hu-


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mane Society, BAARK and ARK
.These organizations rescue pure-
bred dogs, mixed breeds and our
Bahamian Potcake. These dogs
may have been lost, abandoned
or surrendered due to the death
or illness of their owners. Most
rescue dogs have been spayed
or neutered and are screened for
health and temperament prob-
lems. Rescue is a not only a great
source for a loyal canine compan-
ion it's also a way to save the life
of a dog in need..
7. Register Your Dog
Send the completed, signed
registration application to the
BKC. Your dog will-then become
part of the Bahamas Registry of
purebred dogs and Mixed Breed
Dogs and as will be eligible for a
variety of competitive events.
8. Set a Containment Policy
It is essential that you have a
secure method of keeping your
dog on your property. Check your
fence for spots vulnerable to
chewing or digging. If your yard is
not fenced, consider a large dog
run or invisible fencing. If your
property is not fenced in some
way, stress to family members


that the dog must be leashed at
all times when taken outdoors.
9. Get a Collar
Your dog should wear a flat leath-
er or nylon collar with a buckle at
all times, except when in a crate.
(The buckle can catch on the
crate and cause injury.) The collar
should be tight enough that it will
not slide over the dog's'ears, but
loose enough that you can fit two
fingers between the collar and the
dog's neck. Check the fit of the
collar often, especially if you have
a fast-growing puppy.
10. Find a Veterinarian
You should choose a veterinarian
for your dog as soon as possible.
Have your dog examined by the
vet within a few days of his ar-
rival. Give your vet copies of the
dog's health records, and. set up a
vaccination and check-up sched-
ule.
11. Repel Fleas and Ticks
Aside from discomfort, parasites
such as fleas and ticks can cause
serious diseases. Keep your dog,
his bedding, and your home
free from parasites by using the
method recommended by your
veterinarian.


12. I.D. Your Dog
Your dog should wear an iden-
tification tag with your name,
address and phone number at
all times. This will increase the
chances of your dog being re-
turned to you if he is lost or runs
away.
13. Provide Shelter
Your dog needs a sheltered area
for the time he spends outside.
The shelter should provide shade
in summer and warmth in winter.
14. Watch the Heat
Dogs can succumb to heat stress
in a matter of minutes. Do not
leave your dog in the car when
the temperature is high. When
your dog is outside, he should
have a shady place to lay down
and plenty of fresh, cool water.
15. Plan Activities With Your Dog
Include your dog in family activi-
ties. Take him to the park or on out-
ings to the beach, or to special ac-
tivities such as the "Dog Olympics"
or dog walks that support neutering
and spaying. Your dog will love be-
ing out and about with you.
16. Socialize Your Dog
Expose your dog to different peo-


ple and settings regularly. Take
him to the park, to the pet store,
on a walk through town. Praise
him for accepting petting from
friendly strangers, and for behav-
ing calmly around other dogs.
The more your dog learns of the
world, the more comfortable he
will be in it.
17. Go to Class
Obedience classes can be a great
experience for you and your dog.
You may even discover that your
dog has a great talent for learn-
ing, and be able to compete in
obedience, agility or rally events.
18. Spay or Neuter
The Bahamas Kennel Club en-
courages pet owners to spay or
neuter their dogs as a responsi-
ble means to prevent accidental
breeding resulting in unwanted
puppies.
19. Love Your Dog
Your dog will love you no matter
what. Return the favor.
20. Make That Tail Wag
Your dog's tail is a barometer of
his emotions. Do what you can to
keep it happily wagging.


Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and


Kindness Goals & Purpose
Baark!'s primary goal is to improve the conditions at the Canine Control
Unit/Government Pound. We aim to relieve the suffering of the animals who
end up in the Pound with better treatment during their stay; to rescue as many
as we can; and to improve the overall function and operations at the Govern-
ment Pound. To achieve this we will work along with other animal welfare
organizations, and with the Government until changes are made.
Our secondary goal is to create public awareness for humane treatment of
animals, and promote the importance of spay and neuter nationwide, elimi-
nating the sadness of animals without homes and to reduce the numbers of
animals roaming the streets. We feel that targeting the source of unwanted
animals that then wind up at the Government Pound is very important. By
creating public awareness campaigns, we hope to change the way the majority
of animals in the Bahamas are treated.

Please find us on Facebook
Website: www.baarkbahamas.org
Email: baarkbahamas(@gmail.com AL
Cell: 242.445-8944


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2009 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
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2005 INFINITI CT 35,
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entry asking $7,500 OBO ph# 455-3632


BBF #848
2004 FORD F-150.
Fully loaded, chrome package, excellent
condition, must see to appreciate, asking
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like new, asking $475.00
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2003 JEEP CHEROKEE,
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$7000 ONO ph#425-3808











BBF f791
V6 3.0 1999 HONDA ACCORD,
fully loaded, sunroof, CD player, leather seats,
freshly painted, must see to appreciate, factory
alarm, pwr everything, low mileage 88000 m
asking $7300 ONO
ph#456-3614


BBF #795
2002 JAGUAR X-TYPE SILVER,
black leather interior, 18 inch chrome rims,
clean title, 6-disc cd changer, 79,000 miles,
factory rims included, $11,000 ONO,
Cell: 424 0910








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


1997 HONDA PRELUDE,
H22 Dual exhaust, full body kit, fully loaded, HID
20" Runs competition system, stick shift, asking
$7,500 ONO
ph# 376-0097 / 423-9656


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Transmission/Leather Seats/Emergency
Phone/Remote / Satellite Radio
ready/Sunroof/Airbags/CD player/Radio
/ABS/full of extras
call 424-9495


BBF #820
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
grey interior, blue ext, 22" rims, HID Lights,
asking $6,000 ONO serious inquires only, no
reasonable offer refused, ALSO 22" Chrome
rims 4 new tires asking 2,200 OBO
ph# 426-3878











BBF #822
2000 CHEVY IMAPLA
white, two tone stripe blue and gold, CD And
DVD ( roof mounted) Good condition, HID
Lights, high beam, low beam, 3.8 Engine.
$7,000.00
2 series serious inquires only
ph# 325-2003/ 429-1679


2001 NISSAN MAXIMA,
clean in and out, in good condition, A/C, CD
Player, serious inquires only,
asking $6,000'OBO
ph# 392-3591 / 436-8755


BBF #843
2003 HONDA ACCORD EX .
V6, blue exterior with tan leather interior, wood
grain, sunroof, voice control, A/C, CD player,
asking $10,800 ONO
ph#425-0749/324-0288


2008 HONDA ACCORD COUPE,
black, 6 disc CD changer,
Asking $23000 ONO ph#544-7091/394-0258


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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.
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4 dr, gray w/gray int, A/C, CD Player, Great
Condition, serious Inquires Only,
asking $6,800 OBO
ph# 677-5371/ 394-1020 / 434-8560


BBF #868
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


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


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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 #863
2004 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
fully loaded, Just in from US, A/C, CD player,
leather interior, low mileage, great for
taxi/limousine service, light fender damage,
asking $7500 ONO
425-2713


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


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2005 SUZUKI FIRENZA,
cold A/C CD player serious inquiries only
Asking $7500
ph#434-3902


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#466-8461/392-0501


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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


2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER,
38,000 miles, asking $9,000, leather upholstery,
Remote Start and windows roll 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


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


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


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Silver exterior with black/ blue interior
$12,000.00. Very clean, only 50,000 km
Built motor, 19" nms staggered adjustable
collcovers, turbo, intercooler R34 bucket seats,
cams, top secret tuning. Unique body kit. 376-
2449


3BF #860
2001 HONDA ACCORD
$6,500,
1995 NISSAN JEEP TERRANRO $4,500
ph#393-1753/357-3941


1997 TOYOTA AVALON,
automatic, green, needs paint job, everything
Norks, $2,500 ONO, Call: 544-9001 or 322-2703
or email oldstace @ hotmail


BBF #883
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
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2001 TOYOTA CELICA GT
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rRIB #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


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


rRIB #101
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


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


FRIB #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!


rRIB #069
1999 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior, grey & black interior.
Runs great, no problems; super on gas,
AC cold, no reasonable offer refused.
$3,800.00 ono
Call 455-7909 or 428-4474


F"RIB #038
2007 CADILLAC CTS
Grey exterior with tan/leather interior
$19,000.00. Fully loaded, 3.6.
Call 376-3005


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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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


2004 HONDA ACORD EXICOUPE
Black exterior with black/leather interior.
Clean title, sunroof, 6 CD changer. $13j500.00
ALSO
2005 HONDA ACCORD LX
$13,500.00. Special financing for government &
hotel workers.
Call 322-8759 or 434-8001


Clean title, in excellent condition AC, CD player.
Serviced on time.
CeU 525-2232


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




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


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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












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


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TRIB #115
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)


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









FRIB #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"


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


TRIB #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


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


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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


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


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


'RIB #203A
2005 HONDA ACCORD
burgundy with black suede interior, touchscreer
6disc cd changer
excellent condition and comprehensive
insurance. $13000 ono, also 5lug
17inch factory nissan/infiniti rims & tires fits
hondas, and toyotas as
well $700ono Call 556-4074


Trooper needs minor work to
transmission. Price negotiable. 434-4114


PRIB ;r247
1983 INTERNATIONAL
Licensed and insured, ready to work now
$18,000.00
Or two dumptruck for $20,000.00
Cell 466-7698


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


TRIB #206B
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


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


SYAMAHA GOLF CARS.
Gas and electric available. NEW 2
person cars starting at $7,270. Choose
youror personal
options and let us customize one for


models available.
Call 393-0262


TRIB f295
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


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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


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 schoo.1
$23,500 ono
393-1309 cell 357-7001
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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


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 -


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


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


2003 MITSHUBISHI LANCER
White exterior with tan interior.
Asking $6,000.00 ono
Automatic, power windows & locks, CD player
16" alloy rims, great on gas, runs good.
Call 558-0027 -


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


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


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


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












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


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


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


FRIB #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


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


31 FORD EXPEDITION, BLACK
, fully chromed out, AC, DVD screen,
Runs great. $9,000 ono
Cell 454-2196 or 467-0981


2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
$6,000.00
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Run and drive. AC. Cell 376-5741


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


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1990 HINO SG 3220
White exterior. $12,000.00 ono
Excellent condition, standard shift.
Cell 427-9094


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


S2006 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 -


#369







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


RIB #370
2001 HONDA CIVIC EX
Silver exterior with dark grey interior.
$6,800.00 ono. Pristine condition, runs great,
sunroof, AC, CD, PW,PL, factory alarm, left
hand drive, automatic, transmission
Call 424-5964 cell 424-545964


TRIB #275
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









WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011, PAGE 9


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


Call 428-2510 or 455-0507


TRIB #374
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


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


2005 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with black interior, 2 door
$12,500.00
Call 361-6448 or 465-9571 or 397-1496


TRIB #392
1995 NI8SSAN LUCINO
Dark grey exterior, grey interior. $1,100.00 obo
Minor body damage,
Body paint needed, engine runs great,
standard shift. Sold as is.
Call 364-2302 or 477-6453


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


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


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


2000 FORD TAURUS
Green exterior with tan interior. $3,500.00
Sold as is. Cell 433-4849 or 364-2036


TRIB #411
2003 HONDA ACCORD
4 door, leather seats, AC, sunroof, in good
condition. Asking $7,800.00 ono
Contact 432-6011


TRIB #391
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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2001. JAQUAR 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)


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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


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


FRIB #405
FOR SALE
2005 DODGE CARAVAN
IN MINT CONDITION
Approx. 60,000 miles
$13,000 or BEST offer
Contact 356-6108


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


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












FRIB 4420
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


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


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


2000 FORD F150
Tan exterior with tan interior.
$7,500.00 ono
Extended cab, v6 4.21 CD player, AC, rims
Runs well. Cell 552-1549


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


2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with grey interior, V6, fully loaded,
sunroof, AC, HID lights leather interior; good
running condition. $6,500
Cell 525-8508 or 458-7318


FRIB #439A
2003 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
V6 extended cab black ext/tan int,cd,ac
24"rims cleane truck good title.
Excellent condition. $14,000 ono
#454-5219.



















2004 ACURA TL,
iealner interior lully loaded
New Tires.6 aisc CD Changer
Asking $11,500.00, o.b.o
2009 CHEVY MALIBU 33,
217 miles, 2.4 cylinder
Green with light gray interior.'$13,800.00, o.b.o
426-5941 or
email:parkerautoimports@yahoo.com


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Mr110 H'JD
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


2004 MERCEDEZ E320
Super clean,Fully loaded
2004 INIFINITI SPORTS COUPE
18' rims,
fully loaded
Call 341-2734, 465-55.38
Ask 4 Tim


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


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


HONDA INTEGRA FOR SALE,
Just In, Cherry Red Colour, Black interior, Alloy
Wheels, Right Hand Drive Ac. Powered
Windows, Great on Gas, Low mileage, Excelleni
Condition Must See, Asking $5000,
ph#6367974 (after 5pm)


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


2003 DODGE NEON,
4 cylinder, 1 owner from US, runs well, clean
interior, red exterior, asking $5500 ONO
ph#544-2230


2010 HONDA CIVIC
clean title less than 1,000 miles 17" factory alloy
rims AC cold cd player clean inside & out just
like new asking $22,00.00 ono ph# 393-8978/
424-8505

BBF #890

2006 HONDA CIVIC
immaculate condition, just like brand
new silver exterior black interior.
Under 50k miles cd player, ac,
automatic everything. Comprehensive
insurance approved! Working with the
customer. Asking $14,300.00 ono

ph contact 4551140.


2000 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with tan leather. interior.
Pioneer system, just spray very clean.
$6,000 ono
Cell 465-4245


2006 FORD EXCAPE
. Grey exterior with grey interior.
Excellent condition, AC, CD player.
$11,000
Call 364-2800 or 557-1181


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


2003 TOYOTA VITZ,
5 door, Navy, 50k Miles, CD, A/C, Elec, in
absolutely perfect condition, Expat leaving
island, $7,700
Call 3631163/3954905


3BF #889
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
brown exteriQr, black interior dvd player/ ac 20"
rims cd HID lights asking $8500.00 ono
ph# 4546103 or 636-1424


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2 tone beige exterior, brown interior, great on
gas, like new, freshly, painted, clean interior, Ac,
tinted windows. Great buy and must sell.
Asking $4,800 ono
Only serious inquiries please.
Call now 1-242-524-450&


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TRIB #500
2008 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver exterior with black interior.
$17,000
Excellent condition. Cell 436-1412






































TRIB #505
2001 ACURA TL- JUST IN
Mint condition, heated leather seats, power
everything, sunroof, alarm, tiptronic shift,
$75,000 miles, serviced. A must see.
Cell 525-6151


2005 FORD MUSTANG -
Yellow exterior with black interior, automatic
standard coupe. $10.000, 2 door, CD player
-Good condition.
Cell 557-0429


TRIB #922

2000 FORD EXPLORER
AD' While exterior wilh lan'leather
inienror. 4 door, automatic, air
............ conaidion. AM'FM, CD player,
SExcellen condon.Serous enquiries
only. Asking $5,500.00
Call 341-8221 or 457-1303
or
361-6758


rRIB #523
2004 DODGE NEON
Grey exterior black 4.door, automatic, power
windows/locks air conditioned, AM/FM radio CD
player, clean, excellent conditioned.'
Serious inquiries only. Asking $6,000 ono
Call 341-8221 or 457-1303 or 361-6758

TRIB #519

1998-09 HONDA's ALL MODELS

Clean Vehicle Sedan.Coupe.Minivan.
Fuel Efficient.
Powered Windows. Moonroof. Leather
Interior.
A/C. CD Player. EX,LX,DX,V6.
Call for more information
Vado (242) 432-0759


2003 DODGE RAM 1500
Silver exterior with tan interior, 4x4 truc.
Needs head gasket job. $8,500
Call 427-6951


2001 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Silver exterior with grey interior.
$2000.00.
Needs a little body work on the front end.
Cell 467-1086 or 431-6406


1996 CONTENDER STYLE HULL
WITH NEW TRAILER
26 FEET CENTRE CONSOLE
2 optimax 250h.p. engines
'-, .cd stereo, gps, fish and depth finder
- _. .$18,000.00
Call: 394-3271 (between 10a.m. &
7p.m.)


I RIB#515

21 FEET ANACAPRI YAMAHA S- SERIES
SPEED BOAT
White with bracket and one yamaha 250 salt
water series.engine,very fast 60MPH. Bimini top
and trailer included for $12,500 cash.
Andros or Harbour Island in 30 minutes
324-2704 or 436-9213


THE TRIBLIE









































26' Regal TWIN INBOARD MERCRUISER'
$4,000
1 engine damaged
393-8264














TRIB #123
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


TRIB
#127





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TOUR BOAT FOR SALE $50,000 ONO.
This boat was primarily used for diving,
snorkeling, sightseeing, and day away trips. It is
an easy convert for commercial fishing as well.
Motivated seller. Info 242-525-9754 or.
ExpatBaham'as@yahoo.com


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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 quipk sale $28,500
Call 3278866 or 4224272
orjimwatt.jw@hotmail.com











TRIB #215B
"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"


I IDB #d3


COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSELL FOR SALE
-0FT 'Miss Londa Caterpillar main engine,
-T, */ Izuzu generator, tankage 6,000 gal diesel,
),:,l gas & 3,400 gal water, equipped with R/O
,iz-r nak.r, 50,000 pound freezer hold with 2 6hp
..:..r., p esors.All navigation & communication
:iu,r.pn, r ir good working order; Accomodation for
11 crew. Spare main engine (used)
In, -.. Vessel is actively Lobstor fishing at
present.
Asking $200,000 ono
intactt Nicholas 1 242-333 5212
1 242-333 4571 or Ronnie Pinder
I 242-557-7047


TRIB n254-B
NEW 2010 YAMAHA |
VX SERIES V.,.VERUNNER. ,
Dependable and fuel efficient 4 stroke engine.
Excellent throttle resp : se and quiet operation.
Wide swim platffi w/ladder ,or easy
boarding. High -son cru; .or seat,
Call for pri: .t 393-0.2.


TRIB #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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S... #238D


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










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







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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


FRIB #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


jjITHETRBUE


, TRIB #383

20' SPANISH
WELLS MADE
FISHING BOAT FOR
SALE.
In mint condition-
fiberglass hull,
Center console,
Bimini top, 150 HP
Y'amaha engine. Neik
1HP electric winch.
New garmin GPS
VHF ramo Only
seriopo inquem...
*I lp one. i31'-(-,











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1998 27FT EURO SPORTS
Blue/red/yellow. Just like new, well kept, very
fast, good for fishing with a single yamaha 250
horsepower. $15,000 obo
Cell 473-4253 or 552-8057


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


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.


57FT VIKING SPORTFISH ("SUNRISE")
2-Detroit Diesels,20kw Generator,
Sleeps 6,2010 refit
Located: Nassau
Asking: $695,00.00 -Duty Paid--Owner
financing available!
e-mail brussell@iyc.com


2002 30-FT. CONTENDER
Twin Yamaha Four-Stroke Engines (Low Hours)
Garmin GPS, Depthsounder & Radar
Clarion Stereo. (XM Ready)
$63,500 (OBO) -- Serious Inquiries Only
Telephone: 429-8520


WELLCRAFT V20 DUAL,
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 is018
2001 YAMAHA XL 1200 L.E.
Maroone/black, limited low hours, new battery,
recent service, great condition, seats 3, ski doos
60 mph plus, includes new trailer $4,500.00
Also YAMAHA WAVE RUNNER XL
700/1100 skitrailer included $2700.
376-9126


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


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TRIB #215A ,


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


TRIB #437
19 FT OPEN ANGLER FISHERMAN
Yellow, 130 hp yamaha engine. New yamaha
top mount control box. T-top, VHF radio boat.
Engine and trailer.
Asking $8,000 ono.
Serious inquiries only.
428-2514 or 535-4165


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TRIB H251A
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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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 "CRYPTON"
SCOOTER
105cc four stroke engine.
Extremely fuel efficient.
Available in blue or. red.
Ride all week and use ortly $3 gas!!!
C h Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00
to $1,950.00!(242) 393-02'62


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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


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


BRAND NEW ITEMS
HID KITS $100
JENSEN CD PLAYER W/REMOTE AND IPOD
CABLE $125
SONY BLUETOOTH CD PLAYERS $175
CALL 5564074


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


THIB #122
MARINE ITEMS FOR SALE
Brand New Raritan Marine Toilei Top quality
Paid $780.00 now $500.00

1 Brand New Raritan Water Heater
Paid $800.00 Now $500.00

Slignily used 200 gals per day waler maker
paid $6.000 now $4,000 120 voll.

1 Pair Yamaha Lower Units
(one counter rolaling/one rotating)
Paid $14,000.00 will sell as a pair
$10.000 will fit yamaha 250-350 engines
Tel: 457-0852 or 363-3358i535-4003


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


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Low Profile Tire Sale
205-40-17 95
215-40-17 110
225-45-17 120
215-50-17 145
215-35-18 125
225-40-18 135
225-30-20 175
225-35-20 170
245-35-20 175
245-40-20 175
255-35-20 200
275-30-20 275
275-40-20 200
285-50-20 i200
ph#323-4365
Cell 434-4054


TRIB #251 B
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..


TRIB #131
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.
S$36.00
Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618


BBF #837
285-30-20 Call
235-35-19 $195
265-30-19 $235
235-30-22 $230
2-15-30-22 $225
255-30-22 $215'
265-35-22 $235
285-45-22 $265
265-40-22 230
305-45-22 1235
305-40-22 235
255-30-24 !285
305-35-24 $290
275-25-26 $300
305-30-26 $450
Ph#
323-4365
Cell#434-4054


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Best prices on quality name brand Pirelli,
Toyo. rNitto, Delinte, Vogue, Mickey
Thompson among other brands.

20540.17 $ 89.95
215t35.18 $130.00 275/45/20 $200.00
225,40, 18 $135.00 235/30/22 $245.00
225/30/20 $170.00 245/30/22 235.00
225/35;20 $170.00 255/30/22 $225.00
245.'35.20 $180.00 265/35/22 $275.00
255;35120 $190.00 265/40/22 $235.00.
275/45/20 $200.00 305/40/22 $275.00
235/30/22 $245.00 305/45/22 $275.00
245/30/22 $235.00 255/30/24 $300.00
255/30,'22 $225.00 305/35/24 $325.00
305/30/26 $450.00
Ph# 394-4128


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B & D Fashions
Ladies Hats & Accessories
Lined Suits From $108.00
4t- -L^ 2-Pc Pant & Skirt Suits
$39.99
Telephone 356-5829

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YOUR BABY CAN READ!
An early literacy system for babies,
toddlers and preschoolers
S Authorized Distributor;
Sherle Knowles
Phone: 393-8478
I. or 380-8023

babiescanread@hotmail.com




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BARRELS CAN BE USED FOR
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SMonday Saturday 1am 5.30pm
303-3667
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THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
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PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
WEDDINGS* FUNERALS*HOMES* CARS
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or An All-in- course
You can start with only Crash Computer Courses $100
$125 Down pay by installments Short Courses only $200


CAR

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DRIVEN FOR DEPENDABILITY
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323 8427 (Sales) or 326-6380
(Rentals) Visit our site:
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agjorniqut's Makeup tirtistrg & Prinishop
Make-up Artistry .Services
Available for all occasions.
(on-site/mobile location) -
Makeup Tutoring/Consultation, Face
Painting designs, Makeover, Parties for
kidsladults.
printshop )signs
Specializing in personalized greeting
cards, Invitations, flyers, certificates,
bookmarks, labels, tickets, resume,
Telephone business documents, brochures,
361-2389 or 428-0762 portfolios & a whole lot more.


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






G.urmei F..d. Tentss Tabrs,
Chairs, Waiers, Dv

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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
Physical business presence In Nassau.
Complete Seotup Inldes:
Nassau Physical Address, Postal Address,
Fax #, Secretary, Phone # w. Receptionist,
Daily Forwarding of your mail, faxes and messages etc.

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2 Bdrm, 1 or 2 Bath House $89.99/nt, sleeps 6
3 Bdrm, 2 Bath House $139.00/nt, sleeps 8 pF 242225-2292 / 7549650
We also have long term rentals for Website:
those attending school or doctor visits. questvacationhomes.com




242 445 -5070
"Remove Scum and scale from your
water Do your water using appliances
a g favour. Protect your fixtures. "

wwwhahamaswatertreatment.com


CAREFREE CARPET CLEANING
DIRTY FURNITURE?,
Sofa $75, Love Seat $55, Arm Chair $40
DIRTY CAR SEAT?DIRTY 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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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


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
www.reyouthbs.com


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242-328-1801

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
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All Natural Health, Skin & Hair Products


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ComCrt to Setup tnrlul:
Nassau Physical Address, Postal Address, .'
Daily Forwarding of your mailx faxes and messages etc.



A+ PRESSURE & POOL CLEANING
SERVICES

Specializing in:
Greaning anrd Maintaining PoolsePressuri Cleaning
aHouses Walkways AdDriveways*Patiaessoo
DecksApartments- WallsParking Lots wecep Store Front
*Convenience Stores And also fleet
washing eDump Trucks Tractors*etc
Call: 242-428-4270





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Direct TV Salellile Service, ONLY $50 Per month,
All Channels included. No Hits or blackouts.
Join our Network & Find out how yvou can get free
satellite service. ph# 394-4357/ 449-9625


Bishop Deon. Mott JP/MO
No more running around gelt everything done in
one place and save precious time
Office: (242-676-3470 Cell:467-6560
IMarriage *Immigration Services 'Passport *Birth
Registration *Affidavit 'Notarized Documents
*Counseling *Translatiton of all Documents, etc.
We also provide:
*Passport .Photos *Passport Form
S Immigration Forms 'Postage Stamps



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LOCATED AT ROBIN HOOD
TWD HIGHWAY
BOOTH IN FRONT OF CASHIER #11
* GOLD PLATED & STERLING SILVER EARRINGS
* LADIES, MEN AND KIDS JEWELRY
* COPPER BRACELETS FOR ARTHRITIS PAIN
* PEARLS IN EVERY SIZE, LENGTH AND COLOR! X'"
TEL: 557-8875 EMAIL:
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DIRTY FURNITURE?
Sofa $75, Love Seat $55, Arm Chair $40
DIRTY CAR SEAT?DIRTY 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 -
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PASS BJC's with A's and B's
Do You Know a Child Sitting BJC's in June 2011 ?
Does Your Child Need Help Preparing for Successful Result?
Get $$$ for A's and B's

CALL 357-8457 or visit step-above 0 @ live.com
for more information


SATELLITE PROGRAMMING ^
One Full Year For Only ) ( f
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Pay Per Vievs, HBO, Cinema%. ,
Showtime, Adult, Star:, BET "
News, Children,Sports & lore! .
Phone: 364-9394


SIR CHARLES HOTEL

East Street South & Malcolm Road

ROOMS FROM $55.00

Telephone 322-5641, 356-3187/8
Family Islanders Wecome!
Visa/Master Card Accepted


D & H

Electronic & Appliance Sales & Repairs
South Beach Shopping Centre
Nassau Bahamas
Tel 242-392-5396 Cell 242-457-3045
Pick Up & Delivery


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Mobile:1(242)454-0549
Fax No 1(242)326-8919
E-mail:brovicl@hotmail.com


P.O. Box N-7700
Nassau, Bahamas
Facebook:vic's karaoke
CD's and Systems for sale


NATURAL STYLES BEAUTY SALON
is offering
10% Discount on ALL services of $50.00 or more
for the month of November when you bring in this Ad.
Telephone 393-2953 341-0011
Also at
HAIR BOUTIQUE
Located off Soldier Rd & Prince Charles Dr
(in 3-storey yellow bldg.
Telephone 393-1551


PC and Laptop Repairs
Computer Sales & Accessories
Antivirus Software
Internet & Networking Troubleshooting
Laptop'Screen Replacement







CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE CLEANING


* PLUMBING -
* MASONRY
* ODD JOBS
* CLEANING & DETAILING SERVICES
* TRAILER OFF-LOADING
* HOME & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


* ELECTRICAL
* CARPENTRY
*HOME REPAIR


"GIVE US A CALL AND INVEST IN OUR SERVICES!"
PH: 565-8008 468-5435
FREE ESTIMATES




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TRIB #254A
RIB 251D GENERATOR SALE. GENERATOR SALE:
's Hurricane Season again and time to prepare. This Generator comes electric start
NEW Yamaha generators as low as $695.00! in a sound enclosure, very quiet and reliable.,
Our portable generators are great for the Retail price was 1,900.00
expected power cuts, very quiet operation and now reduced t ,450.00 Cash sale price.
extremely reliable. now reduced to $1,450.00! Cash sale price.
Call: 393-0262 a 393-0262


GENERATOR SALE. -I-----
The long awaited Yamaha ET950 is back. With TRIB #344
its lightweight, compact design combined with RI A
Quiet operation and reliability, it's the # 1 choice RADIATORS, CONDENSOR AND PARTS
for portable power. Priced at $285.00. Cell 454-5219 or 428-2510
Call: 393-0262 Cell 454-5219 or 428-2510


BBF #897
TOSHIBA LAPTOP 15" SPECIAL:
Windows 7; CD/DVD RW; 2.1 GHz; 2GB RAM;
250
HD; Card Reader;. WIFI; Anti Virus Software; 1
Year Warranty. Finance] LayAway.
Price $489.99. Call 323.6315.

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3BF #893
UNIVERSAL LAPTOP CHARGERS:
Charger compatible with most pc laptops. Fits
Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Sony, Compaq,
Fujitsu, Asus, NEC ad more. 90W with multiple
connectors. Warranty included. Price from
$49.99. Call 323.6315;


IRIB #215
GENERALC AUTOMATIC
STANDBY GENERATORS.
Prices starting from $2,995.00.
Units in stock
Contact Loran at 393-7873
For more information"


BBF #886
Hp 17" laptop vista/ ultimate + disc 2GBRAM
250 GB HD WI/FI + webcam card reader +anti
virus $520.00 PH# 468-4488


FOR S.. -.- BRAND NEW!
Pioneer DEH130( ',.P car CD player w/remote
$150
Apple 8GB iPC tchn wad .,:imera $345.
Nikon S3000 12!, . l,11 c'-: )ra w/3" screen

Origin ,-s $75


rRIB #409
BRAND NEW POLISHING MOTOR
With cabinet, 1/2 horse power 3450 RPM
Never used, still in box. $500.00 obo
Cell 445-8957


ACER, Acer EM MINI, HP MINI, DELL MINI
and Toshiba Mini Laptop: 1GB RAM. -
160HD.WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam. Card
Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Ye'ar
Warranty. Finance I LayAway from $349.99. Call
323.6315.


TRIB h019
USED LAPTOP FOR SALE
Starting @ $300.
Laptop chargers @ 40 .00.
LINKSYS WIRELESS ROUTERS. $50
Phone: 361-2033, 431-7704, Desrick
392-4860, 448-4236 Luke.











BOSS CD PLAYER $100
I 1300MP CD PLAYER $140
E-" LRY TORCH 9800 $650
,,.-; ;!RRY FLIP 8220 $215
;cL.L 5564074
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TRIB #499

2005 PARTS FOR IMPALA,
Accord, Neon, Buick Windom, Fan Condenser.
Call 341-2305 or 454-7111











BBF #894
HP, HP COMPAQ, TOSHIBA, DELL,
E-MACHINE, 15" LAPTOP Special: Win 7. CD/
DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM. 250HD. WIFI. Card
Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti-Virus; Fax Line. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance I LayAway from $499.99.
Call 323.6315.


S- -6-
N'E-W COMPAQ LAPTOP $479
. GB Hard drive, 2 GB RAM/Built in WiFi,
15" screen CD DVD, windows 7.
.-';r warrany/ Free office software/f'ee AV.
Call 364-7854


3BF #896
HP, HP COMPAQ, DELL and E-Machine
COMPLETE DESKTOP SPECIAL: 3GB RAM;
320/500 GB Hard Drive; CD/DVD RW; USB
Ports; Windows 7 + More; Anti-Virus;
Speakers included. Finance/LayAway from
$599.99. Call 323.6315.


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RIB #046
LINK & NFUSION PROGRAMMER SYSTEM
T &
HDTV SYSTEM
Contact: 341-6241 or 544-9556


TRIB #021
PS2 PS3 XBOX 360
GAMES
.CONSOLES AND ACCESSORIES
Call: 328-1801 for more details.


TRIB #223
N FUSION ALL TYPES
ILink and sonic 360, LNB & receiver for sale
Wireless routers 45.00 + laptop chargers 40.00
earphone noise red, 8 GB ipod nano & USB
flash drive 18.00
Call 361-4175, 428-8868


IRIB #427
PS3 W/EXTRA CONTROL
&
Any available game. $700.00'O
Call 423-5422


TRIB #404,


FOR SALE
BRAND NEW!
Blackberry curve
8520w/WiFi $350
Nokia C3 w/WiFi.$200
LG cookie touchscreen
$160
Motorola RAZR pink
$110
Call 525-6223


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1IB #513
HP 9250C DIGITAL SENDER.HIGH SPEED
SCANNER.
Scans 55 pages per minute
Scan to e-mail, printer, folder, and fax
$2999 ono
Costs over $4000 new. Cell 376-5421


"RIB #426
SEXY BLACK COMPUTERS FOR SALE!!I
Brand Spankin New Compaq Computer
Preloaded with games and fun software
Call Tech Diva at 426-6561

TRIB #329


E-PAD 7INCH TABLET
PC
WiFi Android 2.1
Dual SD card to 16 GB
Web Cam & Microphone
Priced: $295.00
Also digital camera...$90
Video camera .... ..120
Tel 676-3397/465-0291


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TRIB #233

INTERNET/WIFI/TV
PHONE ,
Dual sim 2 GB dual
cameras
qwerty ketboard/touch
screen
bluetooth/Mp4/FM
radio
3 complete movies
downloaded
Virtual call center
priced $250.00
Tel: 676-3397/465-
0291


TRIB #358
NOKIA C3... $200
(WiFi including Min)
8220 Blackberry Flip
$219
(WiFi including Min)
( Lg Km 555 touch
screen/wifi $238)...

Memory cards 4gb $27
8 gb $45
Cases $10-$25
Cell 428-9161


TRIB #380


THE NEW
BLACK BERRY
BOLD 9780
Blackberry Touch
9800
Blackberry Curve
8520 .
Blackberry Pearl 822C

Call to purchase
558-3267
558-3268/9


BRAND NEW
APPLE TOUCH
8GB
for $350.00
ALSO.
Hp 550 for $399.00,

ph#466-3730
for further details


1-IB #814


Roca wear shirts $24.99
Mens Hoodies and jackets$34.99
Gucci sneakers$99.99
Mens polo shirts$39.99 and a lot
more.....
Contact 4544794


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rRIB #434
PORTABLE KITCHEN BREAKFAST SHACK
FOR SALE
Price negotiable. Serious inquiries only
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Call 393-0070


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BRIDAL DRESS
& VEIL
FOR SALE
$1199.00

Contact 502-
1421/341-5240 or
426-7382
A must see!
Call 341-5240
cell 426-7382


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MARY KAY PRODUCTS
ph# 467-2422 / 362-2831

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Watch, Bracelet &
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Call 302-8462 or
427-0350 or
364-6584


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STAINLESS PLATFORM BRACKET

Stainless marine twin engine braket

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Serious inquiires only. S3,300.00 ono

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REFRIGERATOR
(family size &
apartment size)
starting from $399.99.
electric stove glass top
$275.00, 3 months
warranty,
ph# 454-4302/ 392-
0646


PANDORA JEWERLY
All Necklace $45.00
comes with 2 charms of your choice
All Bracelets $40.00
comes with 2 charms of your choice.
Charms $10.00 each
Call us at 544-9352


PERMANENT BLEACHING CREAM/
Lightening Pills NEVER BLEACH AGAIN!
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condition Asking $1000
and also
matching Kenmore 30"
SSove Sealed Bumers
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Burner Electronic
ignition cook and timer
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Asking $600.00
341-3326


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DOCK SLIP AVAILABLE
Palm Cay Marina on the South East side of
Nassau. Security ,Fuel and excellent position
close to club house.
$1000 per month.-Size: 0- 36ft
e-mail brussell@iyc.com
mailto:brussell@iyc.com for more information
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SHIH-TZU PUPPIES FOR SALE
Females $450.00 Males $400.00. Going fast
Ask for Edith.
Call 225-0269 or 445-6470









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Bay St. & Victoria Ave Bay St. & Victoria Ave -
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1 Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales@RTBahamas.com sales@RTBahamas.com Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307.
www.RTBahamas.com "www.RTBahamas.com Fax: 328-2037
@info@adlerrealtyltd.com
Rentals Sandford Drive (West): 2 Bed, www.adlerrealtyltd.com
2.5 Bath Townhome a/c, gated, LOTS:
Bay Street. Office Space- pool $290,000 10195 Venice Bay Multifamily
Starting at $500 p/m -Faith Ave: Restaurant with lot $110,000 (Price reduced)
Westridge: 2 Bed, 2 Bath Semi attached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt. lot $110,000 (Price reduced)
Furn. Gated, washer & dryer. Brand New $330,000 10361 Tropical Gardens 90 x
$1,350 p/m Marshall Road- Misty 10363 Triplex lot off $121,000Cowpen
Rockrsvie Est- 3bed, 2.5 Gardens Like New Triplex 10363 Triplex lot off Cowpen
bath, Unfum. $1,500 Deal Reduce NOW.$410,000 1038s.f. Rd. $ 86,000
Off West Bay: 2 Bed,. 1 Bath Faith Ave- New 3bed 2bath 10368 Charlottville size
Fully Furn. Incl., water, phone, New Triplex $410,000 7,860 sff. $150,000
cable, internet $1,500 p/m Off Prince Charles: 3 Bed, 3.5 10369 off Soldier Rd Duplex
Nassau Village- Restaurant Bath Home Unfurnished, lot10379 off Blue Hill Rd south
with seating for 75 people landscaped $420,000 100 x 220 $40Blue Hill Rd s400 outh
$1,500 p/mrn South beach 2 Storey 5 bed 100 x 220 $409,400size 7
Carefree- 2bed, bath, fully 3bth home $465,000 s.f. $10300 West Wind size 7,561
furn., include water ocean view Sandy port: 3 Bed, 3. 5 bath s.f. $135,000
w/pool $1,500p/m Townhouse on canal. $600,000 10382 West Winds 60 x 100
West Bay St.- 3bed, 2.5 bath Sunset View Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5 $120,000
Townhouse unfurn. $1,550p/m Bath with oceanfront views on 10384 Hepburn Estates 50 x
Love Beach Cottage 3bed West Bay $750,000 130$90,000 Beach Est
2bath fully furnished $2,100 Lots 10389 Yamacraw Beach Est.
p/m ONO Sappodilla Boulevard- 5,00 9,353 s.f. $116,000
Delaporte Condo- 2bed 2bath sq.ft 50x100 Vacant Land 10390 Multifamily Lot Bacardi
turn., pool, beach, gated $2,200 $70,000 Rd'6,985 $85,000
p/ ool,.bea Blake Rd 50x110 lot 10392 Carmichael Rd. 1.796
Cable Beach 2bed 2bath $75,000 Acs. $11 Million
Ocean front gated, fully turn. East St. South: Duplex Lot 55 10401 West Winds Multifamily
a/c $2,500p/m x. 113 Brand new Subdivision $130,000
Sulgrave Manor- 2 bed 2bath ^$80,000 10402 Jacaranda Multifamily
Sulgrave Manor 2 bed bath i$150,000
condo w/pool/ beach- $2,500 Pride Estate- Lot 60 x 100- 10411 Fair View Heights
p/m $81,000
Ocean Place-. office space Pride Estate: Duplex Lot 7,000 Single family 70 x 100 $91,000
$2,500 p/m Sq.ft $85,000u Prde Estates Multifamily Lot
Sandy Port Townhouse 3bed Off Harold Road Triplex Lot 7,295 s.f. $87,500
2.5 bath $3,500 8,000 sq.ft $87,000 Pine Barron Triplex Lot 80 x
Coral Harbor- 2 storey home Balfour Estates West: Brand 100 $220,000
3bed 3 bath, canal $3,500 New Approved Duplex Lots ox Hill Triplex Lot 69 x 107 $
Sandy Port 3 bed 3 ? bath ONLY $95,000 Ste Street x lot 4 x 105,000
fully furnished w/dock slip. Kids Marshal Road: Multi-Family Step Street Duplex lot 49 x 105
allowed $4,000 p/m Lot 80 x 120. Beach Access $140,000Barron Rd Multi-family
South Ocean home 3 bed 3 $95,000 Pine Barron Rd Multi-family
.5 bath semi urn. /pool Cul -bed 3 De Sac Lumuba Rd.- Bldg. under construction on 2
$4,500 p/m furnPrivate Rd. 70x145 $105,000 lots $608,000
Bay Street- Night club $5,000 Coral Vista: Multi Family Lot MULT-FMalcolm Allotment
p/Br 75 x 110 near Beach $110,000 Triplex $276,000
Sales John Claridge Estates: New Triplex $276,000
ResIdentlal/CommercIal on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x 10367 East Street South 4-
Off Minnie St. Duplex Bldg 111. $115,000 L10376 Duplex off Cowpen Rd.$345,000
for sale, 2 Bed, 1 Bath each West Winds: 70 x 92 Ridge Lot 10376 Duplex off Cowpen Rd
side $150,000 in gated community with 10380 5 b/b Apt. Bldg
Sir. Lynden Plndling 2 Bed, amenites$125,000 1.0380 5 lb/lb Apt. Bdg
2 Bath Home for sale. Unfurn. High Point Estates: 8,517 sq $493,000
Great Buy $165,000 ft. Triplex lot with plans Duplex Apt. 2b/1b units
Bernard Rd- Sfamily home $130,000 $220 000
3bed 2bath & 1 bedroom unit Killarney Shores: Lot 100 x $220,C00
$178,000 100 in great secluded 10403 Coral Harbour $
Hilltop (2nd Terrace): 2 Bed, 2 community $135,000 800,000
Bath, a/c. View of Atlantis and Spikenard Road- Cu-De Sac 10404 Fath Gardens Triplex
harbor $185,000 Large Lot 90x1 50- $150,000 $290,000
Marigold Farm Rd.- 2bed 1 Highland Park: Single Family 10406 Off Marshall Road $
bath / ibed 1 bath incomplete Lot 13,000 sq ft. 150 x 90. Kenwood St. Duplex $265,000
Duplex $190,000 $165,000
Resarlo West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath ____HOUSES
Townhore w/pool, landscaped. 'THE SERENITY SPECIALIST 10353 Yamacraw 3b/2b
$239,000 reserve land in the most $295,000
Colony Village: 3 Bed, 2 Bath affordable gated community 10354 Seabreeze 3b/2b
Apt $245,000 western Nassau one lot left at $295,000
Twynum: New 2 Bed,-2.5 Bath $80,000, only % to reserve. 10355 Pinewood Gdns 3b/2b
Townhouse. Unfurnished with 1-242-445-2498, or 357-3664. $135,000
-dec $2500 10360 High Vista 6b/6.5b
deck $250,000 FOR SALE under const. $702,000
Off Hanna Rd: Duplex Building 1026 WAet Groeve b/2b $ 1.5E
Brand New. Burglar Bars WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot, 10265 West Grove 3b/2b $ 1.5
$265 000 Burglar Bars $350K Net. Serious enquiries Million
Westrldge: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath only. Call 457-4185 to view. effc.$307,000
$2Condo, Gted Access, Pool. PROPERTY FOR SALE 10373 Joans Heights 2b/1b w/
Marshall R: 3bed 2 bthNewly Fritz Lane, 50x100, $43,000 effc.$ 210,000
Built home $280,000 Tel: 323-5519 10388 Highland Pk Hse
leave a message 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 Apt
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 Retail 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
1031.2 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 10t $46,000
10377 Long Island,
Deadmans Cay Split level
house, $527,000
10331 San Salvador Vacant
land. $41,000
10400 Grand Bahama 3-
Townhouse Units $2.+ Mil
10405 Eleuthera 40 acre tract
$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
2b/2.5b $850.00


Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser
BUILDINGS
H-018 PINEWOOD GARDENS,
4 bed 3? bathrooms, split level.
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,
91xl 05, $235,000.
H-008 DIGNITY GARDENS. 3,
bed 2 bath house on lot
50x QO, 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 corner 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.


Our Motto: "PUT GOD FIRST"
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 triplex 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 64x100, $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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Our Motto: "PUT GOD FIRST"
326-8017, 326-8112


Broker/Appraiser
VACANT PROPERTIES
VP-101 OFF FOX HIL ROAD,
lot 70x54, ideal for cottage,
$39,000.
VP-019 CORAL HEIGHTS,
residential lot 80x1 10,
$110,000
VP-023 KILLARNEY SHORES,
residential lot 108x114,
$120,000
VP-040 SAFFRON HILL,
residential lot 75x100,
$175,000.
VP-041 CORAL LAKES,
exclusive gated community, lot
BOx100, $130,000.
VP-050 FOXDALE, residential
hill-top lot, 50x100, $65,000.
VP-061 CHARLOTTEVILLE,
exclusive gated community
50xl 20, $175,000.
VP-079 SEAGULL GARDENS,
off Yamacraw Rd., residential
lot 80x103, $99,000.
VP-083 WESTWINDS, lot
50x1 00, $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
55x100, $90,000.


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KIN6'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 I unfurnished $450
per month
Cable Beach 1 bedroom fully
furnished condo with private
back yard, pool and washing
facilities in complex $1,200 per
month (water included)
Sanford Drive 3 bedroom 3.5
bath townhouse homes. Three
floors, 2,000+ sq. ft. complete
with wooden floors, burglar
bars, gated entry, ensuite baths
and walk-in closets. Available
fully furnished or semi-
furnished with fridge and stove,
washer and dryer for $3,500
per month
Yuma Estates 3 bed, 2 bath
fully furnished home with pool
Carmichael Rd 3 bed, 1 bath
split unit home in secure
neighborhood $1,700 per
month
PHONE: 323-8000
E-MAIL:
BAHAMAS@ KINGSRE
ALTY.COM

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.

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


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
www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
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-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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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 PINESI 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
FREEPORT! 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.
eb Ref: 565112. Price:
$250,000
ABACO! 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
DELAPORTE1 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
SANDYPORT! 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 HILL! 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
gated. Web Ref: 565123.
Price: $160,000
SANDYPORT! Lushly
landscaped, spacious property
with a well designed home
featuring 3bd/2.5bt and lots of
outdoor areas to enjoy. 150 feet
of canal frontage, travertine,
floor tiles, wood ceilings,
granite counter tops, awning
window shutters, a spacious
balcony and covered patio. Lots
more to appreciate Web Ref:
564821. Price: $1.9M
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs


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SALES
CONDOS & HOMES
3791 Grove West home
4beds 4.5baths, pool, hilltop
elevation, spacious $965k
238 EXCLUSIVE -
Sandyport 4bed 3.5bth,home
furnish $895K
3889- EXCLUSIVE High
Vista Home 4 bed,2.5 bath -
spacious home $525k
3896- EXCLUSIVE -Nautica
Condo Interior, 3 bed, 2.5
bath, spacious single car
garage $475k
3630 Ocean Westtownhome
2bed 2.5bth $395k
3805 Beachfront Condo: 2.
bed, 2 bath unit with beautiful
views $349,500
SALES LOTS
3754 -- Adelaide residential
acreage overlooking the creek
$495k
3132 Westrldge residential
lot (120'x205') $346,500
3738-Indigo multi family lot in
gated community $295k
3900- Westridge mulyl family
lot $275k
3568 Charlotteville 7,997 s.
ft. residential lot $154k
3766 Turnberry: 7,200 sq. ft.
residential lot in exclusive gated
community out West $145k
3844 Coral Vista Triplex Lot
7,600 sq. ft. $120k
3838 Venice Bay 100" x 100"
residential lot $118k
178 EXCLUSIVE Exuma
Regatta Ridge 10,000sf,
elevated with sea views lot
$100k
3721 EXCLUSIVE Exuma
residential lot 10,000sf BS16
$6000
RENTALS
3804 Executive 3 bed, 3.5
bath Condo with panoramic
views.$7,500
3905 Caves Point 3 bed,
3.5 bath Condo with panoramic
views $5,200
3902 Spacious 2 bed, 2.5
bath unit $3,800
3878.- Great 2 bed 2.5 bath
unit furnished $3,000
3848-Seabeach Estates
townhouse 2bbd, -2bath, with
loft, spacious $2,500pm
Love Beach 2 bed, 2 bath
unit with beach access $2,500
3850-Sandford Mews condo -
2bed 1.5bath, spacious
$2,000pm
3839 West Bay Street
cottage 2bed 2.5bath $3,000
3781 Sandyport Condo 3
bed, 3 bath unit with
spectacular views $3,500
3842 Sandyport 3 bed 3 bath
condo fully furnished $3,200.00
Call 362.5219 / 326.6441
www.moskorealty.com


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FOR RENT
COMPASS POINT Lovely
1bd/lbt condo wtth 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
modem 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/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

PROPERTIES
FOR SALE


PETER GALANOS
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/1lb $226,000
St Aibans Drive condo 2b/2b
$158,000
Telephone
323-1076, 434-2227, 436-4379

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.
WESTRIDGE DRIVE LOT
$239,000 NET.
UPSCALE AREA
Get in before Bahamar
starts! 427-3588.
TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714.


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
Westridge: 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.


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,
63x122, $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






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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 Bamrnes 327 0806


HOUSES FOF 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
MULTI-FAMILY LOT No 303;
WESTWINDS SUBDIVISION
60x100
FANTASTIC PRICE $128,000
(or nearest offer) GROSS.
Serious inquiries only.
422-1023, 325-5186


REAL ESTATE


JACK ISAACS
Q\ R AL.TY
R E A L TY



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@bahamaspropertv.com
www.bahamasproperty.com


OFF PRINCE CHARLES
by Plaza Del Sol
Tel: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 !
Call to be pre-qualified for
entire building or 1 or 2 of
the units,! Appraised at
$440,000, but incredibly
discounted asking price!


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.


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COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY on
Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.

LOTS
OWNER FINANCING
Good Terms, 5% Down
Nassau-South Ocean
Estates: 10,194 square feet,
$135,000
North Andros: 3 acres,
$32,500
Lone Island: 4 acres with
seaviews, $155,000
Eleuthera: waterfront lot,
Caribbean side, $65,000
Abaco: waterfront lot with
power, $20,000
Call 557-1891
HOUSE FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath, large yard,
fruit trees, single car garage,
in exclusive quiet
neighbourhood. High Vista Dr
off Eastern Road. Need little
TLC. Only $258,000 net.
Call: 436-5774 for appointment
LOT FOR SALE By Owner
Single Family Lot 60x131
(7,860sq.ft.)
Charlotesville Estates"
$165,000 Gross.
Phone 393-3768, 422-6604.


PAT STRACHAN

For all of your Real Estate
needs:
-Real Estate Sales
-Appraisals
*Rentals
*Stage Inspections .
Tel: 323-1983/323-4381
psrealty@batelnet.bs


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Commercial Building for sale by


space with additional
Mezzanine rental Space (1538
sq.ft) Asking 1.1 Million Net
(neg) Call 326-1084- Leave
voice message.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
5,OOOSQ.FT., $54,000
Winders Terr, off Malcolm Rd.
Ideal forsmall business.
Ph 433-0792.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Price Reducedditional
SMezzaningle-F rentamily lot. Gated. (1538
Asking $100,000.
Tel:467-9222-

SAFFRON HILL LOTS For
Sale become a part of this
luxury, gated community,
voPriced at $165Kmessage.








1-242-445-2498, or 357-3664.
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 lots each valued at $110,100
asking $95100,000. each
Phone 37-928388,
MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY
FOR SALE
HillCrest Subd Corner Lot
PricedPrice $77,500.00
Tel: 394-1333, 326-896164
PROPERTY SALE BY FOR SALE
Balfour Estates East, off
Carmichael Road, 122x63,
$85,000. Phone 426-1913, or
323-2593.
TRIPLEX PROPERTY
with foundation for sale plans








included &,322 square feet
$120,000.00 or nearest offer
361-3291/376-63081.
FOR ALL YOUR APPRAISAL
needs call Sally Hutcheson.
Sa Co Real Estate,
TelTel: 394-1333, 32-66-89616
Tl328-6672.


FOR RENT


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


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PAT STRACHAN

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. 12ft. Pull-up door,
bath, $4,000.00 per month.
Tel 323-1983, 323-4381
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.
SPACIOUS 1 bedroom
apartment. Light Water, cable,
a/c, fridge, stove, $650 per
month. 455-5741/364-9327.
NEWLY BUILT APARTMENT
two bedrooms, off Fire Trail
Road. Water included. Security
deposit of $300, $750/mthly,
first, last. Tel 552-2890.

ROOM FOR RENT Light,
water, gas, no children. $110
per week. Call 468-3154.
NEWLY BUILT: 2-bedropm apt
air-condition, bars, cable &
water included. Goldenville
Subd, off Prince Charles Dr,
$700 per month, first & last &
security dep.
Call 328-8602, 457-4408.
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.

ROOM FOR, RENT in a private
resident, separate entrance, all
utilities included. Cable, a/c,
Internet services. $125 weekly,
first, last security deposit. No
pets/childen. Phone 322-3885,
557-2147
Serious inquiries only!
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 BED APT,semi furnished,
$500 per month.
Cable & water.
Ph: 394-4391 535-7295,
468-9065
1 BED, 1 BATH APT for rent
Water & a/c included. $550 p/m
Cowpen Road. 427-1789,
327-5133, 436-8207.


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.


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FOR RENT
1-BED, 1-BATH APT
Water, stove, alarm included.
$550 per month, $250 sec dep.
Baillou Hill South,
Summer Haven.
For viewing 427-6061,
361-6061
1-BED, 1-BATH, central a/c,
water, gas, cable, burglar bars,
wireless Internet. $650/pm.
558-5451.
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;
1-BED/1-BATH APARTMENT
central-air, kitchen appliances,
water included, cable &
wireless ready, $700/month.
502-1421/341-5240, 426-7382
Faith Ave North.
1-BEDROOM & 1- BATH
For rent. Out West,
$115 a week.
Serious inquiries only.
Tel 328-4287/327-5839.
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 EFFICIENCY
Cable, water, light included.
$150 per week, security $150.
394-3150. -
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, fully furnished
apt, $700/pm. Obediah Road,
off Prince Charles Phone 468-
5520.
1-BEDROOM, SPACIOUS,
unfurnished apt, South Beach,
light/water/b/bars.
$580/mth, first/last, $350 sec.
No pets/children..392-
5923/376--0774.


I FOR RENT I

1BED, 1BATH, off Gladstone
Road, $600 p/m, $400 sec.
Water, a/c units, stove
incidued. 376-6056/535-4387.
1 BED/1 BATH, unfurnished
Malcolrr" Allotment.
$500 Move in $1,000.
324-1700.
2 1-BEDROOM APT light,
water, cable and Internet
iricluded; Eastern area. Ph 324-
2792, 544-5978.
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 BED, 1 BATH, Boatswain Hill
near corner harbour.
Fridge, stove, water, alarm,
central-air included. $700/pm.
544-3095.
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 saod 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 APARTMENT
Water Included $700 per month
1st & last, $400 sec.
Tel:477-7783, off Cowpen Rd.


FOR RENT I
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, off Faith
Ave, $650/mthly, unfurnished,
quiet area. Preferably couples,
cable/bars/alarm. Tel 341-6955
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.
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, Windsor
Place, Off Soldier Road
enclosed yard, water included,
$700 pm, 1st, last & s/d $600.
Tel 394-3768, 455-3175.
2-BED, 2.5-BATH townhouse
in Winton Estates. Gated, a/c,
alarm, bars, wooden ceiling,
etc. Asking $260,000. Call 465-
7778.
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 APT, Imperial
Park. Water, light & gated.
$1100.00 Phone 395-9754.
2-BEDROOM, 1 BATH,
-Romer Street. Water included.
$675/mth, 1st, last, $500 sec.
Tel 422-6766.







2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
$700/mth, firstight, security
dep. Water, internet (wireless),
air-condition, alarm system,
ceiling fan.
Ph 361-0436, 454-4931
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
available. Light, water ceiling
fan, security bars, included.
$800/mth, first, last month rent
plus $400 security deposit.
hone contact 361-2731. -
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Strachan Subdivision, off
Soldier Road. Centrally located
b/bars, alc, 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, 2-BATH APT for
rent, Coral Harbour. 456-7531


I FOR RENT I

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, 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.
2BED, 1 BATH, a/c & security
bars. Off Carmichael Rd.
$750rnth.
Tel 433-6333, or 393-7238.
2BED/2BATH VILLA PI
private pool,enclosed garage,
generator, central and window
a/c,alarm,hurricane shutters;
bars,water holding tank. $3,000
per month. Call 457-4185 to
view. Serious inquiries only.
3-BEDROOM APT FOR RENT
Light & water, stove & fridge
included. $1300 per month.
Phone 428-2419
3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH house
with fridge, stove, water
included. Located Jubilee
Gardens off Fire. Trail Rd,
$1,000/mth, 1st, last $500 sec
dep. Phone 425-9156.

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.

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.
A ROOM FOR RENT
Four hundred a month $400 per
month, everything is included.
Phone 392-5950 cell 428-3636.
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.

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!


FOR RENT
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
BSD650, 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
Incl: water.
Located: Carmichael 6d West.
No 376-8479, or 362-1713
First & last month's rent &
security deposit is required.

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

ARE YOU SINGLE?
Perfect just for you!
1 -bedroom apartment, all
utilities included, St Andrew's
Beach. 364-7829.

BEAUTY SALON
FOR RENT
TEL 325-2695

BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
TELEPHONE 425-2695
BOATSWAIN, Carmichael
Road West efficiency,
furnished, light cable, water
included, a/c. 328-1150, or 565-
8018.

BRAND NEW 1-bedroom for
rent $150 weekly. utilities
included.
First/last week's rent,
$300 s/deposit.
Tel 429-3868, leave a
message

BRAND NEW one bedroom
apartment Kool Acres
$600/mth, a/c, washer/dryer,
water included. 428-7588.
BRAND NEW townhouse, Kool
Acres. 2-bed, 2.5 bath, tiled
thru-out, granite counter top
w/upgraded kitchen cabinets,
ductless a/c units and much
more. 426-6276(M), or 323-
1872
summerbreezeapts@ hotmail.
corn

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
now!


I FOR RENT I
CABLE BEACH:
2-bedroom, 1-bath, furnished,
$1,100 per month.
No children/pets.
Phone 376-4881.
Available March 1st.
COMMERCIAL SPACE
RENT NOW1 Only $500/pm.
Tel 468-7452, 322-4260.

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.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Phone 394-0648 evenings
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-furnished, 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.
Water, cable, stove included.
$600/mth, first, last
+$400 security.
Tel:394-1777. Soldier Road.

EXECUTIVE '
FOR REN
1-bed, <-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


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FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT. CALL 341-8096

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

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY for
'ent. Utilities included.
$110 p/w or $400 pm,
$120 p/w or $460 pm.
\lear bus stop, Nassau Village.
394-3397.
FURNISHED ROOM w/private
Death, 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.
GREAT RENTAL DEAL!
2 newly built 1-bedroom apt for
'ernt, semi-furnished or
unfurnished, fridge, stove, a/c,
c/fan, sec/bar, Saunders Road.
>ff Farringtor+ Road near JFK,
COB students negotiable. 357-
1713.
HAIR AND NAIL BOOTH
for rent. Carmichael.
Tel: 341-1649 or 454-2578
HANNA ROAD:
'1-Bedroom, $575.00
o2-Bedroom, $725.00
'Fridge, stove, water, a/c in
bedrooms. Gated
Phone:364-2023, 432-8950
HOME in VICTORIA
GARDENS off Glaridstone
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-
oath. Very spacious. Enclosed
yard. Water included. Must see
to appreciate $800month, 1st,
last, security deposit $400.
Contact 468-5399. Mount
Tabor East, off Charles
3aunders Highway.

.'4:L FOR SINGLE
= ?iessional or newly wed, 2-
edroom, fully furnished,
spacious apartment. Water
included, $750 month, Fox Hill
Road South near Sandilands.
Call 364-7882, serious inquiries
only.
JOHNSON ESTATES:
One bedroom studio. Cable
water and telephone included
$175 per week.
Phone 242-324-631.0

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


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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

MOUNT VERNON: 2-bed, 1-
bath, fully furnished. Water
included, security guard
service, wash house for
tenants use only. Firstfand 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.

MONTAGU VILLAS, Village
Road, furnished, air-
conditioned efficiency, gate
community, pool, wash house,
$170/weekly, $650/month
includes electricity, water. Call
376-5888.
MAISHA NA TARAJI
Condominium Apartments
Phase I. Units come fully equip
with all appliances. Amenities:
Gated security, Wireless
Internet. Swimming pool and
walking path soon. Ask about
Rent to Own and Pre-
construction options. Out-right
rentals at $1,000 per month.
For information please call:
324 7254, 322 1389, 393 1074,
424 0410.

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.

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.

NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedrooms,
2 bath, semi-fumished
apartment Blue Hill Road South
near Beach. Central a/d,
burglar, bars, fenced-in yard,
wooden ceiling, security screen
doors, ceiling. fanfs, 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.

NEWLY BUILT 2 1-bed, 1-
bath, spacious apartments
semi-fumished, fridge & stove,
a/c, water incl. Cowpen Road,
behind gate & $800/pm, 1 st &
last month, security deposit.
$400. Tel392-8192, 422-3300.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
525-8069, q25-3939, 357-4214
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
$580 per month. Phone 392-
6079, 448-5653.


FOR RENT [


FOR RENT
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 basic
cable incl. for $700 p/m.
Suitable for a couple or an
individual, no pets allowed.
Located MtTabor Gardens, off
Carmichael Road West.
Interested persons can contact,
422-G290.









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
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
ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
with water included, $550
monthly. Located Poinciana
Ave, Coconut Grove.
Phone 323-2170, cell 357-
5741.
ONE BEDROOM APT



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 estam New
rovidence 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.
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.


FOR RENT

PINEWOOD GARDENS
2 bed, 1 bath house
Light, water and cable,
$850 p/rm
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.
UNFURNISHED 2 bed/1 bath
apartment: $700 per month.
Telephone 394-8726
(evenings 6pm to 8pm).

ROOM FOR RENT light, water
cable and personal bathroom
and kitchenette, $135 per
week.
Location: Mason Addition. Tel
326-8502, 328-5836 ext 1124.

ROOMS FOR RENT, fully
furnished all utilities included.
436-3074, 449-9573.

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 $800
per month, $600 security
deposited. 457-4488, or 436--
2116.
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom
apartment, Pineyard Road.
$600/mth, first, last +security
deposit. Phone 364-0502.

SPACIOUS APARTMENT, Fire
Trail Road, 2 bed, 1 bath,
$690/mth>
Phone 341-4912, 702-1540,
434-6963.


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.

RENTAL
St Andrews Beach, 2 bed, 1.5
bath townhouse, $1,000
Sandypprt, 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
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RENTALS
REF# 48009 EASTERN
ROAD: 1bed, bath, Furnished
$850
REF# 49209 PRINCE
CHARLES DRIVE: 2 beds, 2
baths, Semi-furnished $1,350
REF # 48409 WEST GROVE:
2,beds, 2 baths, Unfurnished
$1,500
REF# 47709 CABLE BEACH:
2 beds, 2.5 baths. Semi-
furnished $1,700
REF# 59909 SANDY PORT:
ibed, bath, fully furnished
Monthly $2,O00
REF# 49309 LOVE BEACH:
2 beds, 2 baths, Furnished
$2,800
REF# 41409 ORANGE HILL
WEST: 2 beds, 2.5 baths,-
Furnished $3,000
REF# 42609 SANDY PORT:
2 beds, 2.5 baths, Furnished
Monthly $3,500
HIGHLAND VILLAS 1bed,
1bath, Furnished REF#48709
Monthly $1,800
CORALHARBOUR 4bed,
3.5bath, Furnished REF#43809
Monthly $3,000

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info@bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com


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I FOR RENT

TOWN COURT 1-bedroom apt
for rent, $1,000 monthly,
security dep. Call 468-4488.

TOWN COURT, 1-bedroom,
furnished apt for rent $1,000
monthly, security deposit. Call
4.3-4488.

TROPICAL GARDENS 3-bed,
2-bath, $1,200
4-bed, 3-bath Yamacraw
$1,800
JC"E FARINGTON 2-bed, 1-
bazh $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.

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.

UNFURNISHED TWO (2)
oedroom 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

UNFURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
Efficiency for rent $600.
Light and water included.
Trinidad Avenue,
Elizabeth Estates.
Contact:457-1828, 324-2482.
UNFURNISHED Two-bedroom
Apt Romer St. Fox Hill, water
included, $650/mth, first and
last plus $50 sec deposit. Call
364-3912.


WANTS
TO SHARE

HOUSE TO SHARE
for $95 weekly, $374 monthly
1 person on $425 to $525
2 persons 3-bed, 1-bath,
ph, cabl, a/c,
Ph 535-5949/324-9833

WANTS TO SHARE semi-
furnished 2 bedroom,. 1 bath
apartment. Utilities included.
$375 per month. Please call
341-0705 454-4036, Christian .
female preferred.


I


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.
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.

TOWNHOUSE RENTAL
Yamacraw, 3-bed, 2.5-bath
includes fridge, stove, washer,
dryer. $1,100 per month
I Call 455-9098.

ONE BEDROOM APT
$475 month, 300 sec.
Water included. Air-condition.
Sandiland Village Road. 557-
0869, or 364-8723
ask for George.











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WANTS
TO SHARE
TO SHARE 2-bedroom, 1-bath.
Water included. $280 mthly,
$600 to more in. Soldier Road.
428-2960
BEAUTIFUL & ATTRACTIVE
townhoUse apt room mate to
share, $650/mth, first, last,
+$300 security.
341-1237/565-9455.

HELP WANTED
PART-TIME WORKERS
needed doing simple computer
work from home.
Weekly pay.Apply at
firstclass64@hotmail.com
3 HARDSCAPE SPECIALIST
and
Horticulture Specialist needed;
5 days a week.
P.O. Box N1968
NEEDED 4 GARDENERS
for growing landscaping,
maintenance, nursery
company.
Contact 676-6685 for more info.
MARINE MAMMAL
COORDINATOR required with
at least 5 years of experience,
in all aspects of marine
mammal interaction programs.
Must have a working
knowledge of husbandry, health
care, medical testing and
training of marine mammals.
Must also have,a work
background in staff
development and training.
Send details resume to
Personnel, Box SS 6257,
Nassau, Bahamas.
QUICK START" JOB
TRAINING
Medical Courses
Medical Transcription
Physical Therapy Asst Fund
Intro to Optical Assisting
Intro to Pharmacy Technician
Adm Medical Assisting Fund
Intro to Dental Assisting
Call 323-4347, or. visit
www.esbahamas.com
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE
COMPANY HIRING A
SENIOR SALES
REPRESENTATIVE with more
than 2 years experience. The
candidate must meet sales
goals, be professional, reliable
and self motivated. They
require extensive sales
experience, excellent
communication and
interpersonal skills, are high-
energy and goal oriented team
player and possess a valid ,
drivers license. '
Please forward resumes to
info @ islandjewelsbahamas.co
m
AVON
Need extra cash?
Join today for FREE
Call 341-8173, or 341-3819
BAR GIRLS & BIKINI GIRLS
WANTED
Weekly pay plus great tips
Call 225-1114
BAR GIRLS & BIKINI GIRLS
WANTED
Weekly pay plus great tips
Call 225-1114


I HELP WANTED I
ASSISTANT MANAGER
NEEDED. Tel 361-7413.
BARBER NEEDED $250 per
week Location: Joe Farrington
Road East. Tel 326-8502,.328-
5836 ext 1124.
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
rrax@maxconchbar.com
BUS DRIVER NEEDED
Must be 25 year & older
Must have drug test, police
record, current public service
driver's licence.
324-0722, 565-0436
ask for Francis.
CHRISTIAN HERITAGE
SCHOOL-
Dean's Lane at Fort Charlotte
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 322-4271/4
Is accepting applications for
September, 2011, 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- 4:00pro
Deadline for receipt of
applications:
Friday, March 25th
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.
corn
GARDENER NEEDED
PHONE 426-3912..
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.

DRIVER/DELIVERY PERSON
NEEDED
'Hours: 10am-3:30pm
Days: Mon-Fri
Pay: $220 per week
Phone 394-4082.


HELP WANTED I

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
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.
HANDYMAN NEEDED for
James A Rolle. Only serious
persons need apply.
Call 364-8826
HOUSEKEEPER TO CARE
FOR: Elderly lady and perform
general houseowrk.
Fax resme to: 326-3779.
HousekeeldP 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.
NAIL TECHS NEEDED
also Nail.Booth For Rent
Ph: 423-0858/436-0619 ask for
Raquel
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
voung children after school.
* aring 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.


I HELP WANTED I

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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.
LondonParisNewYork
Couture
Nassau's newest upscale
Boutique is looking for
2 SALES ASSISTANTS.
Please e-mail 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.
LOOKING FOR CARETAKER.
Light housework, 6 days per
week. Call 394-2729.
LOOKING FOR entrepreneur
of the following languages.:
Indian, Russian, French,
German, Spanish, Portuguese,
Italian, Chinese & English:
Please e-mail:
qualitylifelover @gmail.com
or call 525-5219.
MAID NEEDED
FOR HOUSEWORK.
CONTACT: 432-1012
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@friendlyrxgroup.com.
SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER
Minimum Requirements:
Associate Degree or Diploma
and BGCSE Math & English
and 5 years experience in field.
Call 325-1802
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
NEEDED
for September 2011.
Must have at least two gears
experience and a preschool
teaching certificate. -
Clean police record and
excellent references required.
Please e-mail resume to
teachingposition2011 @gmail.
com.

AVON
Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556
kempcorp@hotmall.com
SALES ASSISTANT
Male or female eager to meet
people $200/wk.
Tel 565-0927
SEEKING A FRENCH
speaking nanny for two boys,
live-in/out must be able to
travel. Call 354-8841,
serious candidates only.


HELP WANTED














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.
QUICK START JOB
TRAINING
Business Courses
Administrative Assistant
Accounting Fundamentals
Intro to Quickbooks
Effective Bus Communication
Managing Customer Service
Effective Leadership
Call 323-4347, or visit
www.esbahamas.com ,
COLORS HAIR STUDIO
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.

I POSITION I

WANTED |
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.
LADY seeks job live-in night,
baby-sitter look after the elderly
days, weekly. Please call 432-
2494.
SETTLE LADY looking for work
live-in or out, housework or
baby-sitting. 425-2163.
LADY seeks day work.
Tel 455-9507.
NEED HOUSEKEEPER?.
We have them all.
Properly screened,
well groomed and ready.
Call nowl 327-5670.
POSITION WANTED,
hHonest, reliable lady needed
to work hot dog stand Monday-
Friday salary $150 plus
commission
Ph 323-.5149/465-7505
LADY seeking live-in job .to
look after the elderly (male or
female).Tel 558-2389


POSITION
WANTED
21-YEAR OLD psychology
major seeks part-time job.
Previously worked in Floor
Sales, Reception,-Inventory
Control and Casher.
Tel 359-3408/328-4408.
BAHAMIAN LADY seeks
work as a:
Toddlers or K2 Teacher ,or
K3, K4 Teacher's Aid.
Call 341-8934.
HONEST LADY seeks weekly
job live-in/out days/nights -as
baby-sitters, housekeeper,
caring for elderly. 468-
4274/341-5492.

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SERVICES

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CONSTRUCTION & CO
Professional Builders


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etc.
All Makes and .Models
24-hrs Service.
U.S. trained technician.
Very affordable.
Tel: 436-5065, 544-6187

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fitness goals?
Do you spend late nights at the
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re you a beginner in the world
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o you have aches and pains
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personal training session.

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AMBIANCE NAIL GALLERY
Airbrush Nails $19.99
Tammy Taylor $24.99
Located Carmichael Rd. next to
Texaco. 434-8060, 361-0232






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TO ALL MY VALUABLE
clients I, Wilda Louis is now at
MONIQUES DESIRABLES on
Robinson Road opposite
Cable Bahamas. Tel 455-1436.


I, Annakay is now at
Crazy Hair & Nail Barr on East
St South.
Tel: 556-0237, 328-6151 (wk)

HAIR BRAIDING...By Kia
Children 5&under $10
Children above 5 $15&up
Cheapest in town.
341-0992(h)/ 544-1695(c).













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


BUSINESS
SERVICES

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


Kirk @ Windemere Day Spa
I TRIM long hair & leave it
LONG. Phone 393-8788.
MOBILE HAIRSTYLIST
Loc Maintenance, Braids, Rope
Twists, Kinky Twists, Shingles,
Weaving and more.
556-7290/362-1116.

2 & 3-BEDROOM HOME
PACKAGES
NOW AVAILABLE
Starting at $190,000
Tel 436-6865

DATING SERVICES
TELEPHONE 431-0300

KITCHEN CABINETS
& RENOVATION
Call: 426-3951







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POSTER SCALE
DELIVERIES
Only $20 each
Phone 429-9745


BUSINESS
SERVICES
ENGEO
Jewelry making supplier for
costume jewelries:
Beads/charms/findings/pendant
s. Tools and much more.
Discount purchase over $20.00
Tel:322-1205. -

REFERAL SERVICES &
DIVORCE ASSISTANCE, etc
E-mail:
divorceassistancetogo @ gmail.c
om
or text your number to
467-0853
BLINDS SALES, REPAIRS
and installations also
installation, or drapes,
valances, rods, etc. Phone 535-
0260, 433-0598.

BOXING FITNESS
(WORKOUT)
Weight Loss shape-up
Health Self-defense
Phone 356-5312, 433-4937.
BRAIDING -WEAVING
*NAILS -ROPE TWIST
Very reasonable prices all
types hear.
Tel:364-0560 and 467-3878.
CONSTRUCTION
MAINTENANCE
For all construction needs;
renovation, addition, plumbing,
carpentry electrical, tiling,
painting.
Call Michael Construction,
393-0364.
DA NATURAL YOU
HERITAGE SALON
has relocated on Robinson
Road next to Pickstock Dental.
For more info call 325-4247.

DO YOU HAVE a piece of
Vacant land and in need of
quick cash? 322-8856/326-
0883.
DO YOU WORK for
-Government,
-Doctor's hospital
-Batelco,
-Atlantis and need fast cash?
322-8856/326-0883.
HAVE GOLD? Need quick
easy cash with no banks
involved, call 322-8856, 326-
0883.
HAVING PROBLEMS with your
Computer?
Can't get online?
Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep freezing up?
*Unlock PC Password
*Data Recovery
-Networking
-Laptop Screen replacement
Don't worry we'll fix it
Starting price $40
Tel:242-454-8173 ask for Cliff.

JP SERVICES
-Marriage
-Affidavit
-Passport
-Power of Attorney
-Notarize Document
-Immigration Services
-Work Permit, etc.
Tel:395-0667
We'will come to you!


BUSINESS
SERVICES I

SAVE & GET PAID.
Join an Asue $50 for 10 weeks
Collect $650 throw $100 for
10 weeks collect $1,250.
Call 565-0927









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

COMPUER/FAX/PRINTERI
OFFICE/QUICKBOOKS
Onsite Service Technician.
Call 445-6507
PC Tower $250
Flat PC Monitor $125
BUILDING YOUR OWN HOME
Using our system
You save 15%
Costs +75% per year on A/C.
Free consultation, 544-9316.
BOUNCING CASTLE
$70.00 A DAY.
TEL 341-8934
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
NEED A BABY-SITER
for child 6 weeks to 2 1/2 yrs
Mon, Tue, Fri.
Tel:341-8934.
SEAL TIGHT ROOFING
REPAIRS, FLAT ROOFS
SHINGLES MEMBRANES
TELEPHONE 436-6865
SPECIAL
Full set $18.00
Tammy Taylor $25
with any service
2 FREE design
Phone 322-1205

THE BAHAMAS IN THE
21st CENTURY
available at
-Buy the Book, Saunders
Beach Plaza
-Chapter One, Thompson Blvd
-Nassau Stationers, Rosetta St
-Book World, Mackey St

TILE CONSTRUCTION
4 years certified, 6 years
experience. Specialize in:
Marble, porcelain, ceramic. Tel
456-1933


BUSINESS
SERVICES
TV REPAIRS
Free Pick Up/Drop Offs
Tel: 322-1031
SUDDENLY SLENDER
(The Body Wrap)
1 Mineral Slimming Solution:
Lose up to 10 pounds in 2
days
2) POWER PLATE
EXERCISING: 10 minutes is
equivalent to 1 hour at the
gym. (professional weight loss
and body toning)
3) CARB & FAT STOPPERS:
Appetite control blocking fat &
carbs
4) THE BODY WRAP:
Guaranee- you lose 10-30
inches of body fat
Telephone 393-9044
YAMAHA, MERCURY &
EVINRUDE
New & used motors & service
parts. Resin, fiberglass,
Acetone, complete marine
supplies. Best prices in the
country!! Trailers & hard to find
items, Eugene's Marine. Call
anytime. 436-5065/544-6187.2

TUITION
CREOLE & FRENCH
PARISIEN
-Tutoring
-Private & Group Classes
-Translation & Interpretation
-Court, Private & Business
Meting.
Cell:433-9784
E-mail:pierrerichy@ yahoo.comrn
















*HAIR CLASSES
*NAILS CLASSES
EVERYTHING INCLUDEr
Ph: 322-2801- 565-8190









MATH TUTORING
High School / College
Sean-(H)341 -7906
(0)465-7157

MUSIC & MARTIAL ARTS
Darren-(H)361-6239
(C)429-96.11


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FOR SALE


TUITION
PRIVATE COMPUTER
TUTORING CLASSES
CREOLE CLASSES
...............by certified Instructor.
393-1855, 423-5339.

ARTICLES
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
$15,000 OR $20,000 worth of
shares in the Radiation Centre
in Collins Ave.
Offering a 5% Discount.
Phone 433-0889.
FOR SALE
Piano $600
Daytime 356-8381
Evening 324-9537
FOR SALE
Studio & DJ effects, key
boards, samplier & 16 track
recorder. Contact:27-8597
eves.
GE 2-DOOR side by side
Fridge for Sale. Just like new
with warranty, $350.00
Tel:433-6561
OLYMPUS E500, Zuiko lens,
Nikon lens, Tripod, Olympus
flash, camera bag, extra
battery, charger, oust brush.
$800 obo. 394-7102/434-8643
3 5 TON A/C UNITS,
$1,000 ea
Tel 327-0667/424-3330
5-GAL PRIMER $75.00
5 gal paint $80.00 (white,
yellow, light pink.
Patio chains $15.00 ea
Tel:327-6684.
ARCADE VIDEO GAMES
FOR SALE
TEL' 364-3632/427-2954.
Brand new HOT DOG STAND
(NEW YORKER)
TEL: 393-8317, 392-7465
FOR SALE
Entertainment center holds
42" TV, CDs, DVD & stereo
system. $550ono.
Phone 424-9627/361-0716.
FOR SALE
Direct TV Receivers
All Movie Channels $250
ask for Brian, 565-3904.

WANTED-
LOOKING TO BUY
.-a Hot Dog Machine.
Telephone 448-2001










HELP WANTED

BIKINI GIRLS NEEDED
For Nassau Bar. Air Fare plus
lodging, salary plus tips. Call
242-225-1114.




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CONCHREST, CABLE BEACH SUGAR PLUM, CORAL HARBOUR Westridge Estates: 1.05 acres perfect for a
Charming, private, beachfront condo is a spacious 2 bdrm, 2 bath Private 4 bdrm, 4 bath family home, sits on the beach w/ enclosed family home. $406,000. NSO7188
retreat from everyday hustle and bustle. Features include bal- yard, gourmet kitchen, stainless-steel appliances, 3 car garage, The Balmoral, Prospect Ridge: 7,460 8,664
conies, shutters, central air and pool. $640,000. NS06678 and separate studio-style cottage. $895,000. NS06895 sq. ft. residential lots in this gated commu-
EXLSV -.nity. From $230,000. NS06747
Camperdown: 17,020 sq. ft. lot in a cul-de-
sac subdivision. $225,000. NS07095
Killarney Shores: Build your family home on
this 9,500 sq. ft. lot. $129,000. NS06832
Lyford Cay: Large 0.5 acre single family lot
, s eswith excellent amenities. $565,000. NS06767
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S of pink sand. beach. $370,000. CS10632
Little Exuma: 313 acre development beach
ath tract. $14,000,000. EX66
EASTERN ROAD ROYALL BEACH ESTATES, SOUTH OCEAN Southern New Providence: Affordable
This Vista Del Mar townhouse across from the ocean is a 2 bdrm, Within a gated beachfront community, this stunning 3 bdrm, 3 6,500 sq. ft lot in new subdivision of Hep-
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steel appliances, balcony and central air. $359,000. N06139 dows, central air, plus a wrap-around balcony. $950,000. NS06833



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CABLE BEACH
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2 bdrm, fully fur-
nished town-
house.
PARADISE ISLAND SANDYPORT $20/m
This fully furnished, 2 bdrm, 2.5 bath townhouse in a Spanish This 3 bdrm, 3 bath condo in a private canal front community en- 12 N106
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washer/dryer, a swimming pool, and patio. $325,000. JS00150 counters, covered patios, dock & parking. $650,000. NS07139 3 bdrm Tumbeny
ECUI _townhouse with
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CABLE BEACH
dg Furnished 2 bdrm
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Chertsey complex.
_3 -$3,250/mo.


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home, great for
YAMACRAW BEACH ESTATES EASTERN ROAD commercial use.
2 Storey, ocean view pool house/cottage, has 1 bdrm, 1.5 bath, Turn-key, 3-storey, 3 bdrm, 3.5 bath home has a breathtaking $12.000/mo.
lQft balcony, enclosed yard, large pool, dock at rear of property ocean view, enclosed yard, rooftop terrace, wood ceilings, a/c, se- NR10622
and lots of room for further development. $250,000. NS07142 curity bars, carport, pool and more. $675,000. NS07090