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Title: St. John tradewinds
Alternate title: Saint John tradewinds
Portion of title: Tradewinds
Added title page title: St. John tradewinds newspaper
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tradewinds Newspaper Inc.
Place of Publication: St. John, V.I
Publication Date: 09-03-2012
Frequency: weekly[1998-]
monthly[ former <1979-1987 (jan).>]
bimonthly[ former 1987 (feb)-1997]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint John (V.I.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States Virgin Islands -- Saint John
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Description based on: vol. 3, no. 5, May 1979; title from caption.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering varies.
General Note: Successor to The St. John Drum.
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Administrator Leona Smith on Month-Leave Without PayPage 6Major Solar Project on St. John Could Help Reduce Oil DependencyPage 4 Two Years Later, Still No Repairs To Centerline, Fish Bay RoadsPage 5 ELECTION IS HERE SEASON:Primary Election Is September 8; General Election Is November 3Page 3Dial-A-Ride 20th Anniversary Party Is September 9Page 6 September 3-16, 2012 Copyright 2012 Love City Comes Out in Force for Team River Runner More than 25 teams took part in the second annual St. John Chaotic Kayak on Sunday, August 26, at Oppenheimer Beach to raise funds for the wounded veteran program Team River Runner. SEE STORY AND ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ON P AGE 7.St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Yelena Rogers Nita Christian DiesPage 15Court Finds Proboble Cause Against Ralph Titre Jr. in First Degree MurderPage 2 SUMMER SCHEDULENext Issue: Sept. 17-30

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Estate Hard Labor resident Ralph Titre Jr. faces charges of ing death of Tiny Jah Jarvis, 31, in Titre, 23, is charged with shootTitre faces life in prison if conwas advised of his rights before cording to a report in the News. cording to the report. of violence and reckless endanger shooting, detailed two witnesses according to the report in the The two witnesses, one of according to the report. The witness who had been inti to leave the area, according to the report in the ing which Jarvis told Titre to then port. according to the report. The second witness said Jarvis head, according to the News report. Witnesses described seeing the report added. cording to the EDITOR/PUBLISHER MaLinda Nelson NEWS EDITOR WRITERS ADVERTISING CIRCULATION Rohan Roberts COLUMNISTS & CONTRIBUTORS SUBSCRIPTIONS THIRD CLASS PERMIT NEWSLINE MAILING ADDRE SS COPYRIGHT 2012 TRADEWINDS PUBLISHING LLCThe Community Newspaper Since 1972 2 Ralph Titre Jr.Volunteers Needed for Project Homeless Connect on October 26 September 16 Is Friends and Family Sunday at Bethany Moravian Church Industrial Hemp Initiative Will Appear on November Ballot those opinions. ACC Flea Market Set for October 20Court Finds Probable Cause Against Ralph Titre Jr. for First Degree MurderJudge Hollar Refuses To Reduce $500,000 Cash Bail First Day of Public School Set for T uesday, September 4 island elders.Dial-a-Ride Tea Party September 9

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds of the incidents, however, paint a dock with what appears to be a straight ahead. neck with the barrel of the shothas been hard on the rocks of the the allegations. into the incident. The investigation is still ongoing and it has been sent to the tion. Bay boater whose legally regyet was paid for and perfectly lethe boat owner, who asked to not reply, Barnes told the boat owner on the vessel. Barnes wrote to the boat owner. By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds vivote.gov, is off-line. The site says the acvoices. 2012 RAIN DATAat Trunk BayM ONTH : AUGUST5.58 inchesAUGUST AVERAGE4.39 InchesTOTAL Y-T-D22.48 InchesY-T-D AVERAGE25.50 Inches Thursday, Sept. 13th INDEXBusiness Directory ..............18 Church Directory .................16 Community Calendar ..........20 Crime Stoppers ...................19 Crossword Puzzle ...............20 Letters .................................14 Historical Bit & Pieces .........16 Island Green Living .............11 On the Market .....................13 Police Log ...........................19 Real Estate ....................22-23 To the Rescue .....................10ON THE SENATOR-AT-LARGE TICKETREPUBLICAN CANDIDATES Orial Webb Jodi Hodge DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES Craig Barshinger Andrew Rutnik Iris Kern Ronnie Jones ELECTION SEASON IS HERE: Primary Is September 8; General Election Is November 3Continued on Page 18No Word on Investigation into DPNR Enforcement Ofcers ActionDPNR Commissioner Alicia Barnes Defends Cutting of Legal Mooring tion sticker clearly visible.

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Join the90-Day Challenge Contest Challenge: September 30-December 31 Become the winning team for St. John! POSS IBLE TEAMS : 1. Family 2. Friends 3. Work/ColleaguesSt. John parents can now register as a team with their child/children to become the family Must have a team of 4 or 6 and each person must have 30 or more pounds to lose to qualify.Whoever loses the most weight during the next 90 days as a team will win big! I am from Love City, St John, USVI, and was big for the most part of my life. Since the start of my transformation, Ive lost 105 pounds. Now at age 27, I am a new me thats healthier and stronger spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Anyone can lose weight by making simple changes daily and staying focused with a plan. I used to wear a size 24 dress and now Im wearing a size 10. Yes, I am living proof that the (90-day) weight loss challenge works. Lets work together to make a positive impact in each others lives. Join my team and you will be successful and attain your desired goal(s). My motto: Dont quit and never give up! Visit my site at http://qspice.bodymyvi.com or call 410-499-3856 or 340642-7296 for more information. Get excited and join the challenge with my team, as we keep it simple, have fun, and get results! Queennie Join with your friends at work or church and qualify to win as well.For complete details email to quarondeia@yahoo.com or visit the website: http://qspice.bodybyvi.com Registration from September1st to 21st 4 Continued on Page 18Major Solar Project on St. John Could Help Reduce Dependency on OilBy Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds With its single electrical dislocation for large-scale solar enwith battery storage with a goal of with the renewable energy proenergy costs and the reliability and facing a logistical challenge to site tric stability for the island, while the end of the line and is the last to St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime ElliottResidents hear from Clean Coalition director Craig Lewis. Happy Holidays!

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St. John Tradewinds News Photo FileTwo years after being damaged by heavy rainfall, portions of Centerline Road, above, and Fish Bay Road have not been repaired by DPW. T wo Y ears Later, Still No Repairs T o Centerline and Fish Bay Roads is is your Senator at Large candidate Andrew Rutnik and I am asking for your vote on September 8th in the Democratic Party Primary. If you are at all concerned with the direction these Virgin Islands are headed, then make your vote count. I entered this race because I have the experience, knowledge and ability to work with others to move these islands forward. My experience in government, community activism, and private business has prepared me for this job. Some of you may remember me as the Commissioner of Licensing and Consumer Aairs under the Turnbull Administration where right from the start I tackled many issues that had been a frustration for businesses and consumers for many years. ese are some of the problems I confronted head on when I was Commissioner of DLCA and got results. is is the approach I will take as your Senator at Large, so please give me your vote on September 8th, and let me work for you so that all of us may have a brighter future.PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING Paid for by Andrew Rutnik to the Senate Committee www.AndyRutnik.com Andy Rutnik Accomplishments-DN 9.3.2012.indd 1 8/31/12 11:33 AM By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds has in fact done all it can at this stage, according to plained. all the other agencies that we need to have responses

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Special to St. John Tradewinds the services that were being ofThat year is when Reverend according to Reverend Worrell. pant in their daily senior activities to see how we were going to get Celebrate Dial-a-Ride Anniversary with Community Foundation on September 9 Open TuesdaySunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tel: 693-5579Beautifying Americas ParadiseHUGE DISCOUNTon volume sales Happy Holidays! Continued on Page 18 Present this ad and receive $10 o any 50-minute treatment.* BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY. CALL .., EXT WR-Spa Services DN 8.20.2012.indd 1 8/16/12 6:13 PM www.stjohnweddingplanner.com www.katilady.com 340-693-8500 Wedding Consulting Travel Coordination Accommodations KatiLady since 1997 By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Hole. Browne was described as the ringleader of the operation, who conceived of the plan and drove the get-away care, according to written reports. two defendants, to two years in prison. St. John Administrator Smith Suspended Without Pay for Writing To Judge GomezDial-a-Ride's van

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Training and good supervision of the Government work force, the lack of good service is costing this community too much money. Create ways to use Federal Funds wisely and not turn unspent money back to the Federal Government Continued focus on improvement in math, reading and writing skills as well as sports, music, art Our kids deserve a lot better help than we are giving them School programs on crime and gang prevention in all grades Constant training for our police officers, partnering with qualified Federal Agencies Much stricter policing and prevention of illegal guns Clean up junk cars and road side litter programs Teach kids and adults that they should stop throwing things out the window Bring WMA back under Government control, an appointed board is not capable of managing our trash problem. Begin to recycle as a viable option. Increase the education and effectiveness of the Government Employees at DPNR Solar is the low hanging fruit in the VI we need to develop a system to us it With the help of UVI and WAPA we can become a world leader in renewable, environmental friendly energy generation. Resident of the Virgin Islands since 1992 Licensed Professional Engineer in the VI and NH Operated a Engineering and Survey Business in the Virgin Islands since 1995 My business has been in St. John for 15 years and I can help this community. Active in Rotary and Board of Directors of Pistarckle Theater, EAST and the Virgin Islands Conservation SocietyB. Greg Milleron the ballot I will work very hard to accomplish these goals but what we really need right now is a system of electing leaders that results in responsible leadership, not a way for people to suck off the Government Teat. We need to implement a way to have District Representation, by creating Districts out of Estates and having St. John have its own Senator, not one third of a Senator. The free-for-all system now favors the incumbents because of name recognition. Every vote you wisely. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY THOUGHTS OR SUGGESTIONS bgmengineers@yahoo.com PAI D POLITIAL ADVERTISEMENT Lets get the job done correctly and then go and do another one. By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Sea and the golden paddle. who was also celebrating his birthday, kept Second Annual Chaotic Kayak Race Raises $23,500 for TRR St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Yelena Rogers during the Chaotick Kayak fundraising event on Sunday, August 26.Continued on Page 23

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds deaf ears. areas. cal landscapers eager to offer their services plained. willing to donate their services and even crenot responded. basis, she added. St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime Elliott Frank Powell Sr. Park in Cruz Bay is in need of more greenery, according to resident Nancy Nemeth.Government Inaction Leaves Cruz Bay Park Barren Gold Addy Award2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012Magazine Design ber REOPENING IN NOVEMBER

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St. John Tradewinds versity. P R O P E R T Y K I N G T M LAST CHANCETO PLACE AN AD2013 Edition 340-642-5365 info@stjohnmagazine.comJESS PTSA Awards Charles with ScholarshipFriends and Family Celebrate VI Scholars Graduation Ceremony at W estin ResortSt. John Tradewinds as a way to identify, develop, and speakers. reefs, one advocating basketball as the Westin, which drew a crowd of wishers. To see additional photos and for www.vischolars.org. St. John Tradewinds News Photo (L to R): STM Serenity Nguyen, Assistant Program Director Ben Lei, Senator Janette MillinYoung, Scholar Marcus Norkaitis, STM Kara Murray, Scholar Naren Advani, Founder and Director Lincoln Liburd, Scholar Jamal Forney, Scholar Nia Gumbs, Scholar Machoy Valmond, Scholar Silene Prentice, STM Lily Steyer, Scholar Rohan Samtani, Scholar Nylah Blyden, Scholar Jervin Charles, Scholar Jahmari Boynes, STM Ubah Dimbil and STM Alex Alvarado. St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime Elliott La'Nae Charles accepts a scholarship award from JESS PTSA president Alice Krall.

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St. John Tradewinds why this is so. SELLING? BUYING? RENTING SEEKING? GET RESULTS!St. John Tradewinds GROOMING SERVICE AVAILABLECALL FOR AN APPOINTMENTCanines, Cats & CrittersOur new location is 2.5 miles out of Cruz Bay on Centerline R oad (next to Moses Laundromat) BOARDING GROOMING PET SUPPLIES tel: 693-7780 l email: k9 catscritters @yahoo .com Weve Moved Cyndi A lvarado Professional Groomer Now at Canines, Cats and Critters Every Other T hursday To The Rescueby Bob Malacarne, N-R, EMT Oxygen Generator Coming Soon terrorist attack anywhere between Many thanks to the private doa helicopter pilot. Jason has taken is always ready to be deployed to Jason has also taken the lead in notch condition. We wish Jason all We are offering EMT recerti credits toward National Registry tends will receive credit towards Medical Responder. SJR Accepting Applications for Membership

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St. John Tradewinds percent. a day or a week. SUMMER TIME% Local Discount 00 Maho double occupancy 50 Concordia double occupancy per night for USVI/BVI & PR Residents 00 Maho & 00 Concordia low season rate for non-residents Enjoy swimming, snorkeling and hiking at Maho Bay Camps and Concordia Eco-Tents340-715-0500 www.maho.org PO Box 310, St. John USVI 00831 Sunday Brunch 9am-1pm LIVE Classical Guitar Music 50 Maho double occupancy 00 Concordia per night for USVI, BVI & PR Residents 00 00 Concordia per night for non-residents (low season) crane ROBERT CRANEARCHITECT, A.I.A.P .O. BOX 370 CRUZ BAY, ST. JOHN U.S.V.I. 00831(340) 776-6356 I T B FCOME OUT AND VOTE FORANDREW RUTNIK SENATOR AT LARGE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ON SAT. SEPT. 8TH, SPRAUVE SCHOOL, CRUZ BAY .ARr.Paid for by Andrew Rutnik to the Senate Committee # 4 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING Andy Rutnik for Senator-TW 6x3 9.3.2012.indd 1 8/30/12 2:17 PM I G L by Lovango Cay resident Dan Boyd Hybrid Solar Systems Volunteers Needed for St. Thomas/ St. John Coast W eek Kick-OffsSt. John Tradewinds clothing that can get wet as cleaning takes place along the shorealong with a snack. Trash bags, gloves and data cards will be proSt. John Tradewinds person. Caneel Bay Resort and Virgin Islands Ecotours Open Honeymoon Beach Hut

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12 Aqua Bistro Closing August 19; Opening September 20 Asolare Closing October 1; Opening October 15 Baked in the Sun Staying open Banana Deck Closing September 1; Opening October 15 Barefoot Cowboy Staying open Beach Bar Staying open Cafe Concordia Closing August 13; Opening mid-November Staying open Cafe Roma Closing September 2; Opening October 4 Castaways Staying open Chateau Bordeaux Staying open Cruz Bay Prime Closing August 18; Opening October 17 Da Livio Staying open Donkey Diner Closing August 25; Opening late October Staying open Fatty Crab Closing August 28; Opening TBD Fish T rap Closing August 25; Opening October 16 High T ide Staying open Iguana Grill Staying open Inn at T amarind Court Staying open Island Blues Staying open Staying open Staying open La Plancha del Mar Opening August 13 La T apa Closing early September; Opening early November Lime Inn Closing August 25; Opening early November Food and drinks available at outside bar all summer Lone Star T aqueria Staying open Maho Bay Campground Staying open Closing September 1; Opening October 1 Closing August 2; Opening early November Staying open Ocean Grill Closing September 3; October 4 Rhumblines Closing September 3; Opening late September Closing August 17; Opening mid-Sept. Staying open Shipwreck Landing Closing August 31; Opening November 5 Skinny Legs Closing September 4; Opening October 1 Food, drinks and football available on Sundays all month Staying open Spyglass Staying open Sun Dog Cafe Staying open Sweet Plantains Closed for Summer; Opening TBD T ap Room Staying open T ourist T rap Closing August 18; Opening mid-September Closed for Summer; Opening TBD Waterfront Bistro Closing September 3; Opening October 5 Staying open Zero Sushi Staying open Closing August 31; Opening October 42012 Off-Season Restaurant ClosuresSpecial to St. John Tradewinds of a food stall. dressed in a sandwich board listhot dogs! clothing table. The food stall itself lections. This year, they will once again rain or shine. attendees. cooking know that anything she wares. residents can now bring donated goods to the shelter on the library needed. 2012 No Fleas Market Will Feature Food by Top Dogs! Island Solar SAY NO TO WAPA Grid tie systems Battery stand alone systems Solar Hot water systems Solar Pool Pumps Off-grid living for 10 years on Lovango Cay. Dan Boyd t: 340-642-0351 e: islandsolarvi@gmail.com SAVE $$$$$ Virgin Islands Vacations & Villas14th Anniversary Celebrating 14 years of providing exceptional property management & booking services to our clients!Want to list your home with VIVA? Call (888) 856-4601 for more details VIVA-we match your taste, style and budget! Animal Care Center No Fleas, Please Flea Market Saturday, October 20 Winston Well Ball Field

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Exceptional Craftsmanship Evident Throughout Susanaberg Cottage By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds John. what he was doing. No detail was attention to details and crafted Natures WayFollow Coral Bay Community Council, Inc. #3 DO respect our natural ghuts; they inltrate water into the ground, provide habitat, and carry water to the ocean. DONT throw litter or debris in ghuts, or remove plants and trees in ghuts. CBCC-Educational Ads 8.13.2012.indd 3 8/13/12 11:32 AM My better half is an understatement when describing my sweet husband. After 18 years together and 10 years married, I continue to be amazed by how wonderful he is. Adrian, You will always be home to me. Happy Anniversary. Love, Asher & CiCi Davis Married September 16, 2002 Orton Plantation, Southport, NCHappy Anniversary

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14 Crossword Answers Puzzle on Page 20 NEXT DEADLINE: THURSDAY, SEPT. 13th 2012-TO-DATEHomicides: 1 Shootings: 1 Stabbings: 0 Armed Robberies: 1 Arsons: 0 1st Degree Burglaries: 3 2nd Degree Burglaries: 3 3rd Degree Burglaries: 30 Grand Larcenies: 51 Rapes: 1 relation to reality. Jeff SmithA T all Order Sugar Mille, seen here with her mother, was born over the winter season at Caneel Bay and cared for with devotion by the resort's horticulturist Oriel Smith. Recently Smith found Sugar Mille dead after she got tangled in a hammock on the property. Several residents have suggested that donations to the St. John Animal Care Center in Sugar Mille's name would be an ideal way to honor the late beloved donkey.St. John Tradewiinds News Photo File Caneel Bay's Sugar Mille Passes A way

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respected by all who knew her. attendants, appropriate attire for other shapes for all her friends and treats in her fridge for school chilHer friends were especially her daily bitter water and shared it willingly. beans when there were none to be where she helped bake bread that bread was baked in the shape of a We also went to see an enor to everyone driving by. My favorite spot to drive by Chuck Pishko Venecia Christian, whose cooking and sewing skills were famous, will be missed by many relatives and friends. www.facebook.com/yelena.rogers.photographyYelena Rogers Photography PO Box 554, St. John, VI 00831 340-774-4027 603-401-4757 A St. John T reasures Goes Home SEND LETTERS, GUEST OPINIONS & OBITUARIES: editor@tradewinds.vi

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Bahai Community of St. John Bethany Moravian Church Calvary Baptist Church Christian Ministry Christian Science Society The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Cruz Bay Baptist Church Emmaus Moravian Church Jehovahs Witness Missionary Baptist Church Nazareth Lutheran Church Our Lady of Mount Carmel St. John Methodist Church Seventh Day Adventist St. John Pentecostal Church St. Ursulas Episcopal Church Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Word of Faith Church Church DirectorySt. John Tradewinds created historical events. bananas and bay trees were also leveled and with vors and passed on to their children are still repeated scarce, work was slow or abroad and there were no The Hurricane of 1916: A Dening Event in St. John History Free Mammogram Screening A vailable in OctoberSt. John Tradewinds

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Grandparents Day Luncheon Set for September 9St. John Tradewinds Mrs. Bernice Jackson. St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Mares CraneSt. John braced for Tropical Storm Isaac as the storm passed to the south on and canceled, yet the island saw little other effects in the end except for high surf and several bands of strong wind and heavy rain. Waves pounded Frank Bay, above, and Lovongo Cay resident Dan Boyd clocked gusts of wind topping 40 miles per hour on the afternoon of August 23. TS Isaac Whips Up Waves, But Little Else LAST CHANCETO PLACE AN AD IN THE 2013 EDITIONAdvertising Reservations 340-642-5365 info@stjohnmagazine.com

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istration sticker displayed in the designated area, the ball sitting in salt water. Ninety-nine percent of the AccommodationsCaribbean Villas & Resorts Island Getaways Suite St. John Villas/Condos VIVA Vacations ArchitectureCrane, Robert Architect, AIA BankingFirstbank Scotiabank #1 Mortgage Lender in the VI InsurancePGU Insuracne Located at The Marketplace Theodore T unick & Company JewelryR&I PATTON goldsmithing LandscapingAlfredos Landscaping Coral Bay Garden Center PROPERTYKING Real EstateDebbie Hayes, GRI Holiday Homes of St. John Islandia Real Estate RestaurantsConcordia Cafe, 693-5855 Fish Trap Restaurant and Seafood Market La Tapa Restaurant Skinny Legs Sun Dog Cafe ServicesC4th Custom Embroidery Island Solar Vezios Custom Painting Wedding ServicesWeddings by Katilday St. John TradewindsB usiness Directory Continued from Page 3 sonal, civic, recreational and sosistance with bill interpretation ferral services for local and visiting seniors, disabled veterans and the seniors, disabled and disadvantaged, and in the past year, also have to cease vital services to the elderly, disabled and disadvanlong well respected history of dedicated service. Both United Way as well as to coordinate relief ser tion. well as, providing national and ingation. dent. forts by visiting the website www. Celebrate Dial-a-Ride with Community Foundation DPNR's Alicia Barnes Defends Cutting of Legal Mooring Continued from Page 6

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Friday, August 17 ceny. stolen. Grand larceny. peace, threats. wallet. Lost wallet. Saturday, August 18 bance of the peace, threats. threats. Sunday, August 19 T uesday, August 21 third. peace. the third. with grand larceny. Bail was lice assistance. W ednesday, August 22 Thursday, August 23 Friday, August 24 workplace. Grand larceny. Saturday, August 25 assistance. Sunday, August 26 Monday, August 27 sistance. T uesday, August 28 W ednesday, August 29 Grand larceny. of the peace. erty and stated that he was kidnapped. Thursday, August 30 St. John Tradewinds St. John erty that is recovered. St. Thomas Crime Stoppers U.S.V.I. Seeks InformationVIPD Commissioner White Outlines St. John Tradewinds the territory. lic safety by increasing police White. change. that the police force is being conwill better address the needs of the off. sioner. said.

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WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE STARRED INACROSS 8 Terrible time for tots 12 Pep rally cry 15 La Tar Pits 19 Fragrant 20 Headset half 22 Act age 23 Not Five Easy Pieces, ... 25 Shape 26 Problems for vain people 27 Netman Arthur 29 Really wreck 30 Scout group 31 This be! 33 Zip- -Doo-Dah 35 Not Three Amigos, but the 1986 comedy ... 39 Small vise in a wood shop 42 standstill 44 Greek letters Bradys 46 Train travel 48 The Pickle star Danny 51 Not Road to Rio, but the 1998 romantic drama ... 54 Compound of element #53 59 Eyeball 60 Either you do it will! 61 Prudish sort 64 dish (lab container) 65 Not Rocky, but the 1974 parody ... 70 Celestial ram 72 Footed vase 73 Urban trains 74 Film preview 76 Not Blue Steel, but the 2004 satirical drama ... 81 Commotion 84 Minorca, e.g. 86 African cobras 90 See 52-Down 91 Shih 93 Not This Gun for Hire, but the 1999 monster movie ... 99 Track legend Ashford 100 Pianist Peter 101 Despot Idi 102 Bit of a bite 105 Multi-act show 106 TDs or RBIs 107 Sonar image 109 She left Ike 110 Swift steed 111 Not Shine, but the 1998 action comedy ... 116 Troop group 117 Old Buick 118 Cover girl Macpherson 119 Engine fuel 120 Overdue 121 Main dishes DOWN 1 Joshed 2 Old truism 3 Numskull 4 Greek war god 5 It has a small charge 6 Baby lion 7 At an angle 8 The T of MIT: Abbr. 9 Stop dozing 10 Space ball 11 Stretchy swimsuit 12 Vegas game 13 Hill dwellers 14 Yoo-hoo! 15 Coercively 16 Extirpate 18 Sleeve bands 21 More vigorous 24 Wine region of Italy scoreboard 31 Bit part 32 Abstract art pioneer Jean 33 Caught you! 35 Jungle knives 37 WWII battle town in France 38 Toon pic 39 Taxi 40 Cessation of operations 41 West African country 46 Air, as an old episode 47 Walk line 48 Gillette brand 49 The devil the details 50 Klutzy me! 52 With 90-Across, high muckety-muck 55 Discerned 58 Berlin article 62 Cranium 63 Start a volley 65 Vampire 66 River in Belgium 67 Indian sage 69 Opposite SSW 75 Emphasize gloatingly 77 Magnitude 78 The rest to you 79 Like a a cage 80 52-wk. spans 82 Apple on a desk 83 Ghosts 86 C-worthy 87 A handful of 88 Be the victor 89 Unlike oil in water 91 A boxing ref may call one 92 Poli 94 Humorist Bill 95 Like kale and endive 96 Crafty 97 Forest home 98 Medical vial 102 Weeper of mythology 103 Habituate 104 Peels, as an apple 106 Hypo liquids 107 ever so humble ... hills! 111 Practical joke 112 Cell stuff 113 VIP in D.C. 114 FDR follower ALCHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS Bay. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS AL-ANON MEETINGS T uesday, September 4 Sunday, September 16 Sunday, October 7 aboard the Monday, October 8 Saturday, October 20 is the point-of-contact for the Friday, October 26 and wait staff. Training will invited to a training session

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Download St. John Tradewinds each week at stjohnnews.com Commerical/Ofce/Storage Space Available SCENIC PROPERTIES 340-693-7777 Cruz Bay Side: two bath, large deck, EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON EVERY LEVEL GREAT PLACE TO SHOP, DINE AND WORK COME JOIN US WE HAVE SPACES AVAILABLE RETAIL or OFF ICE 340-776-6455 For Sale FREE TV RELIABLE MOBILE AUTO REPAIR: General Engine, Repair, Call 227-9574 Commercial/Ofce Business Opp. PUBLIC NOTICE Joan C. Oat, 03-cv-00115 Plaintiff April 12, 2012 NEXT AD DEADLINE: THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 TH For Rent STORAGE: SECURED LOCKERS FROM $35 MONTH 643-3283 P ASTORY SELF STORAGE 340-776-1330 Employment For more information call 776-6857 Expanding Watersports Company is accepting applications for:RETAIL SALES BEACH ATTENDANTSMUST BE: reliable and professional, detail-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills, clean cut and able to swim. HOUSE WANTED: large garage and shop CHOCOLA TE HOLE: Seeking Rental For Rent APARTMENTS FOR LEASE professionals, safe area, Storage Space LOOKING TO RENT 1-2 Bedroom Apt/House February 1-June 1, 2013 Services phone, internet, tools and social skills Mahogony with Rattan Headboards

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Cruz Bay Apartments For SaleCruz Bay Apartments, 20 unit apartment complex (6 one bedroom, 14 two bedroom) on St. John, USVI. Minimal acceptable bid is $3,800,000. The Property nanced by USDA Rural Development, which may provide up to approximately $1,710,000 funding for purchase in excess of assumption of existing loan of approximately $1,400,000. Funding includes 100% rental assistance and a 1% loan. All processing subject to USDA Rural Development regulations in 7 CFR 3560. Contact Cruz Bay Apartments, 21400 Ridgetop Circle, Suite 250 Sterling, VA 20166, attn: Roy Pingitore 703-406-3471 x119 for more details. Local USDA Rural Development Area ofce is St. Croix Area VII Ofce. (340-773-9146 x4) 22 Providing professional rental management and marketing services for St. John s finest vacation villas and condominiums.For reservations For St. John or brochures business call1-800-338-0987 340-776-6152Vi e w o u r v i l la s a t w w w c a r i b b e a n v i l l a c o m Lumberyard Complex P .O. Box 458 St. John USVI 00831 C a r i b b e a nV i l l a s & R e s o r t sM A N A G E M E N T C O Exceptional St. John Villa Offered Through Debbie Hayes E XCLU SIVE REAL EST A TE SERVICE IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS DEBBIE HAYES, GRILICENSED U.S VIRGIN IS L ANDS REA L ESTATE BROKER/ OWNER Ofce: 340 714 5808Cell: 340 642 5995DH@DH. www.StJohnVIRealEstate.com Incredible Privacy and unobstructed water views from this beautiful Fish Bay Villa which borders National Park waterfront property. 3 equal sized bedrooms/baths make this villa perfect for rentals or as a family home. Oered at $2,950,000 DebbieHayes-2TW BFV 4.30.2012.indd 1 4/26/12 1:35 PM

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CATHER INEBER GS CINNAMON R I D GE 5 bedroom villa on 1+ private acre, bordered by National Park, features stunning north shore views, pool w/waterfall, spa, easy access to Cinnamon Bay beach. TRE VISTA ESTATE The perfect luxury retreat on St. John. An elegant villa with classic style in a great setting of views and breezes. VILLA KAL O R AMA Panoramic views from classic modern 5 bdm, 4.5 bth rental villa in Virgin Grand Estates features native stone, ipe hardwoods, glass walls & a secure property. Dramatic great room opens onto 40 ft pool & large verandas for spectacular indooroutdoor living. VISTA CIELO Completed in 2010, this elegantly furnished, 3 bdrm villa in classic Caribbean architecture with privacy in a quiet gated community. All rooms have water views and open onto a large verandah surrounding a sunny pool with great views. INVESTMENT POTENTIAL ; APAR T MENT COMPL EX 3 nished 2 bdrm units w/ permits in place for 5 more. High cash flow, all masonry building, water views, breezes. VISTAER O offers total privacy with breathtaking views over Rendezvous Bay & St. Thomas. 5 spacious bedroom suites, huge pool, gazebo & hot tub make this a top rental villa. WIND CHIME is a very private 1.4 ac. estate set high atop Gifft Hill. Dramatic views to the east w/ spectacular breezes and sunrises. This 3 bdrm villa has room to expand with an over sized pool facing the terric view. WHALE W ATCH Enjoy pristine East End in this lovely, 2 bedroom villa with big water views. Downstairs apartment offers additional living & income space. Hear the sound of the waves lapping below. WILD O RCHID VILLA in Skytop features privacy and amazing 270 panoramic views! Flexible oorplan 4 bdrm, 2 level villa is custom crafted in exotic hardwoods & stonework. Awesome sunrises! Beautiful sunsets! Cool breezes! SAGO COTTAGE adorable Caribbean style masonry cottage with wonder ful down island views and great rental history. The Company that gives back to St. John OWN A MONTH IN A L UXUR Y HOME Choose a 3 BR 3.5 BA or a 4 BR 4.5 BA villa in upscale Virgin Grand Estates. These 3,000 sq ft villas feature STT & sunset views, pool, AC & more. Priced from $55,000 CONCH VILLAS : Why pay rent? Opportunity to own a 2br, 1ba &/or a 1br, 1ba condo close to Cruz Bay! Purchase one for yourself and stop throwing money away on rent or purchase both for additional income. $185,000 & $210,000 GRAND E B AY RESOR T C OND O Charming, beautifully furnished 1 bdrm/ 1 bath condo located along the water front of Cruz Bay. Great harbor view, easy access to restaurants, shops and galleries. Deeded under ground parking. $719,000 PROFITABL E B USINESS O PPOR TUNITY Unique opportunity to own and manage the islands main directory, The St. John Phonebook. Well-established business w/successful, well-branded history. Operate under existing protable business module or expand growth opportunities. $355,000 NEW L ISTING NEW L ISTING Call for details DVD MLS 11-385 $4,900,000 DVD MLS 10-44 $3,900,000 DVD MLS 11-439 $3,700,000 DVD MLS 11-340 $1,875,000 MLS 11-99 $975,000 MLS 07-204 $980,000 MLS 11-193$1,275,000 MLS 11-139 $1,419,000 MLS 11-360 DVD $1,875,000 MLS 10-406 $880,000 MLS 11-176 $475,000 MLS 07-220 MLS 12-261 MLS 12-243 MLS 09-382 MLS 09-301 $6,500,000 DVD MLS 10-22 WATE R F R ONT WATE R F R ONT $3,249,000 MLS 12-246 FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF ALL ST. JOHN MLS PROPERTIES, DVD TOURS OF THE PROPERTIES, AND/OR A COPY OF OUR NEWSLETTER CALL OR E-MAIL US. M AND AHL $85,000C A R O L INA from $115,000EMMAUS hillside $110,000 FISH BAY from $153,000 C HOCOL ATE HO L E from $180,000H ANSEN BAY hillside & WATERFRONT from $199,000LOVANGO CAY WATERFRONT South shore from $285,000 GLUCKSBER G $245,000 V I R GIN GRAND ESTATES from $295,000C ONCORDIA from $335,000S AUND E R S GUT W ATERFRONT from $345,000 CAL ABASH BOOM hillside $475,000 UPPER MONTE BAY/R END EZVOUS from $799,000P ETER BAY /NO R THSHOR E from $1,800,000 WESTIN TIMESHAR ES from $3,750 per weekONE MONTH FR ACTIONAL S from $55,000 L OTS OF L AND L ISTINGS!! MOTIVATED SELLE R S!! SOME SELLE R FINANCING!! HH-TW 9.3.2012 C.indd 1 8/31/12 10:40 AM back to their neighborhoods and friends and ner.org. Continued from Page 7 St. John Tradewinds News Photos by Yelena Rogers and bottom right, won the chaotic kayak race which raised money for wounded veterans in TRR's USVI program.Second Annual Chaotic Kayak Race Raises $23,500 for TRR

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24 Attention Heavy Equipment Operators: You Have a Job to Do by Karen Vahling, Island Green Building AssociationWhether you are a property owner, contractor, construction worker, or heavy equipment operator, the way you build in the Virgin Islands affects everyone and everything that calls these islands home. Heavy equipment operators and contractors play a vital role not only in constructing buildings, but also in protecting the environment and preserving the natural beauty of our islands. Your work is your signature: a symbol of your craftsmanship that will last beyond the scope of the job. On our islands, going green is more than just a fad its a necessity in order to safeguard what we value most. And working green is about doing more with less and preserving the very amenities people seek. Every single move you make on a site is felt throughout the island. Soil loss carries off important nutrients and the base needed for native vegetation to re-grow or landscaping to take hold. Lost soils end up marine life. Poor construction practices, like improper or missing sediment and erosion control and stormwater control measures can also destroy the scenic beauty of the area, affecting property values. Poor construction practices lead to erosion, slope failures, and increased runoff that then cause decreased downstream and nearshore water quality, plants and animals, and high utility and maintenance costs. Implementing practices that prevent erosion and control sediment and runoff transport offsite can be achieved with simple steps taken before, during, and after site grading. No single approach will be successful. Rather, a combination of best management practices (BMPs) including erosion control blankets, mulching, seeding, compost, silt fences, wattles, interceptor dikes, swales, pipe slope drains, surface roughening, slope tracking, and gradient terraces are required based on the characteristics of your site. Proper maintenance of these BMPs is important to keep them working! It is also important to leave native vegetation and soils in place in as much of the site as possible to act as natural BMPs. The Department of Planning and Natural Resources can provide information on the permitted clearing area for different project types. While change is inevitable, loss of our environmental and cultural resources shouldnt be. When planned and completed responsibly, development provides a sustainable economic base for the Virgin natural diversity, ecological health, sense of community, and quality of life. Look for upcoming green building workshops throughout the Territory as part of NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program efforts through NOAA Fisheries Caribbean the Green Building effort, you can visit the IGBA website to stay informed: Heavy equipment like this leaves your signature on our island.