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Title: St. John tradewinds
Alternate title: Saint John tradewinds
Portion of title: Tradewinds
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tradewinds Newspaper Inc.
Place of Publication: St. John, V.I
Publication Date: 09-17-2012
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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.
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Brent Lynne, Teresa Harper Win 13th Love City TriathlonPage 6New St. John Cancer Fund Tailor-Made for Love CityPage 9 Barshinger Wins Senator at Large Slot in PrimarySenator Craig Barshinger To Face Wilma Monsanto in General Election Nov. 6 Page 3 PGU INSURANCE SERVICESServing the Community Since 1972 Lumber Yard Business Center, St. John, VI Email: pgunow@gmail.com Web: www.pguinsurance.com (340) 776-6403 Steve Simonsens Hermit Crab Video Goes Viral September 17-30, 2012 Copyright 2012By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds With more than 4 million views on Vimeo, almost 40,000 views on YouTube and appear ances on Fox 13 News in Tampa Bay, Florida, and Good Morning America, Steve Simonsens video on hermit crab migration Renowned local photographer and videographer Simonfootage showing millions of hermit crabs during their annual mating migration on the rocky shoreline of Nanny Point on August 28, after being tipped St. John Tradewiinds News Photo Steve Simonsen BACK-TO-WEEKLY Next Issue: October 1-7CONTINUED INSIDE ON PAGE 5

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St. John Tradewinds wanted in Florida for Grand Theft, Cultivation of Marijuana, Armed tained when he attempted to enter and now lists his address as Clear Matthias was arrested on Wednesday, September 5, and ar his arraignment the court rescinded the 10-day waiting period for extradition allowing authorities in Florida to move forward immedi ately to relocate Matthias for court EDITOR/PUBLISHER MaLinda Nelson NEWS EDITOR WRITERS ADVERTISING CIRCULATION Rohan Roberts COLUMNISTS & CONTRIBUTORS Chuck Pishko, Yelena Rogers, Craig Barshinger, Bob Schlesinger, Boyd SUBSCRIPTIONS THIRD CLASS PERMIT NEWSLINE MAILING ADDRE SS Tradewinds Publishing LLC COPYRIGHT 2012 news stories, letters, columns, photographs or advertisements allowed without TRADEWINDS PUBLISHING LLCThe Community Newspaper Since 1972 2 Sowa Portrait of Guy Benjamin Donated to School Coral Bay Community Council is conducting a special Clean Sweep of two selected shorelines as part of Coast Weeks Cleanup and to kick off a year of monthly marine debris monitoring, as part Volunteers are needed to help clear all debris from specially shorelines, which will then be monitored for debris build-up dur CBCC Clean Sweep Set for Sept. 28 Volunteers Needed for CBCC Wetlands Restoration Project on September 19This month invasive and undesirable shrubs and vines need to be removed from the wetlands restoration and proposed park area and agree to do an area or join Coral Bay Community Council on training and help remove some invasive and undesirable shrubs Volunteers should wear gloves, long pants, old clothes and the space to host a free 10-week series of dance classes in MerenClass will meet every Friday night through November 30, excludDance Classes Starting September 21St. John VIPD Arrest Alfred Matthias Jr. ing tax-exempt organizations and tax professionals as well, lookIRS Outreach Event for Tax-Exempt Organizations Set for September 19St. John Tradewiinds

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Senator at Large Craig Barshinger through the primary election on residents across the territory, ocratic Senator at Large hopefuls Andrew Rutnik, who took 1,448 were also six write in votes, which tion, Barshinger will face candi date Wilma Marsh Monsanto, who Barshinger was a reluctant candidate, as the veteran lawmaker almost didnt even throw his hat in to this years Senator at Large is doing a great job for the people of the territory wanted me to My grass-roots constituents asked me to run again and indiing for which is transparency in government is not just a buzz word, but a necessity and a foundation for problem solving, he The primary election winner, hand how important it is to have When routine accounting is done accurately and openly, it paves the way for true problem solving, said the incumbent senatransparency, bad things are occur ring under the smoke screen and that runs counter to problem solvneeded to solve problems, but disAnd most importantly, it is a violation of public trust, said their vote, you should treat it reverently and gratefully accept the $85,000 which is a generous Thursday, Sept. 27thINDEX PRIMARY RESULTS Delegate to Congreess Votes Percentage Democratic Nominee Republican Nominee Senator at Large Votes Percentage Democratic Nominee Senator STT/ST Votes Percentage Democractic Nominee http://www.vivote.gov/primaryresults/default.htm. Craig Barshinger Wins Senator-at-Large PrimarySenator Barshinger To Face Wilma Monsanto in General ElectionVoters Send Incumbent Senator Patrick Simeon Sprauve PackingContinued on Page 18 By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds will face candidate Wilma Marsh Monsanto, who has no party Next years 30th Legislature was already slated to have a Rounding out the top seven vote getters as of Friday, Septem

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St. John Tradewinds Senior Center was transformed to capacity to honor the islands elders on National Grandparents dation marked the 20th Anniver sary of the groups coordination of by hosting a Tea Party to show appreciation for all grandparents and to thank those who make the vital transportation services for the elderly, disabled, and disadvantaged Based on the success of this bigger venue for the September pressed an interest in performing live music, skits, dance perfor mances, and having kids get inCarter to encourage grandchildren to tap the wisdom and heritage Thomas is not only a driver and supportive service provider, but also a friend who never turns down and his family generously shares his devotion to the delivery of ser Fair in Cruz Bay Park more than 20 years ago which marked the beWe were thankful for the ser vices that were being offered to our residents as they were trying elderly and disabled residents services were available to them The discussion turned to the need for the same services here on able guidance and support, said they could no longer afford the insurance or maintenance of the vehicle, and the demand for ser vice was becoming more than the to ensure continued services to the elderly and disabled residents on from the Miscellaneous Budget Those funds were cut last year, but reinstated by an amendment when the program was going to have to cease vital services to the elderly, disabled and disadvanThe Senators heard our plea and acted swiftly, said Rosie for shopping and medical appoint4 Continued on Page 18St. John Seniors Treated To Grandparents Day Tea Party St. John Tradewinds Happy Holidays! www.facebook.com/yelena.rogers.photographyYelena Rogers Photography PO Box 554, St. John, VI 00831 340-774-4027 603-401-4757

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Continued from Front Page St. John Tradewiinds News Photo Steve SimonsenSimonsen's video captured the annual mating migration of hundreds of thousands, if Soldier Crab Video Goes Viral A proposed Settlement has been reached with JPMorgan Chase & Co., J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc. (n/k/a J.P. Morgan Securities LLC) and Bear Stearns & Co. (n/k/a J.P. Morgan Securities LLC) (collectively, JPMorgan), defendants in a class action lawsuit that alleges price-xing in the sale of municipal derivatives transactions by JPMorgan and other companies. The case, In re Municipal Derivatives Antitrust Litigation, MDL No. 1950, No. 08-02516, is pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Who Is Included in the Settlement? This Settlement includes all state, local and municipal government entities, independent government agencies, quasigovernment, non-prot and private entities that purchased: (1) Municipal derivative transactions through negotiation, competitive bidding or auction, from any Alleged Provider Defendant or Co-Conspirator or brokered by any Alleged Broker Defendant or Co-Conspirator, (2) Any time from January 1, 1992 through August 18, 2011 in the United States and its territories or for delivery in the United States and its territories. The Defendants and Co-Conspirators are listed in the detailed notice available on the Settlement website. What Does the Settlement Provide? JPMorgan agreed to a settlement amount of $44.575 million to be paid as follows: $24 million has already been paid into an escrow account and up to $20.575 million will be paid later. This Settlement is only a partial settlement of the lawsuit because it only affects the claims against JPMorgan. The lawsuit is For more information: 1-877-310-0512 www.MunicipalDerivativesSettlement.comIf You Purchased Municipal Derivative Transactions from January 1, 1992 to August 18, 2011 You Could Get a Payment for a Class Action Settlement. continuing against other Defendants. Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo have already settled. JPMorgan will provide reasonable cooperation, including discovery cooperation, to Class Plaintiffs Counsel in the litigation that will continue against the other Defendants. What Do I Do Now? Remain in the Settlement. To remain in the Settlement Class and participate in the Settlement, you do not have to do anything now. If the Court approves the Settlement, you give up the right to sue JPMorgan for the claims and issues in this case. The Settlement Agreement, specically Paragraph 1(ee), which is available at www.MunicipalDerivativesSettlement.com, describes in more detail the legal claims that you give up if you stay in the Class. Claim forms are not available now. Register on the Settlement website to receive a claim form when it becomes available. If you remain in the Settlement Class, you still have the right to exclude yourself from any other settlements with other defendants reached in this lawsuit. Exclude yourself from the Settlement. If you do not want to remain in the Settlement Class, you must exclude yourself. You must send a written request for exclusion by rst-class mail, postmarked no later than October 19, 2012 to the Settlement Administrator. The detailed notice available on the Settlement website describes the information you are required to include in your request for exclusion. If you exclude yourself, you cannot participate in the Settlement, but you retain your right to sue JPMorgan on your own for the claims in this lawsuit. Object or Comment on the Settlement. If you remain in the Legal NoticeSettlement Class and want to object to or comment on the JPMorgan Settlement or any part of it, you must le an objection with the Court and deliver a copy to Class Counsel and JPMorgan no later than October 9, 2012. When Will the Court Decide Whether to Approve the Settlement? The Court has scheduled a hearing on December 14, 2012, at 2:00 p.m. at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street, New York, NY 10007, to consider whether to nally approve the JPMorgan Settlement as fair, reasonable and adequate, whether to approve Class Counsels request for reimbursement of litigation expenses, and to consider any objections. The Court has appointed the law rms of Hausfeld LLP; Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP; and Susman Godfrey L.L.P. to serve as Class Counsel and represent all Class Members. If you want to be represented by your own lawyer, you may hire one at your own expense. You or your lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing but are not required to. If you want to be heard by the Court, you must le a written notice of your intention to appear with the Court and deliver a copy to the Class Counsel and JPMorgan no later than October 9, 2012. The Court may change the time and date of the hearing. Any change will be posted on the Settlement website. Get More Information For more information on this lawsuit, your rights, or to obtain a list of defendants, call or visit the Settlement website listed below or write to Municipal Derivatives Settlement, c/o Rust Consulting, Inc., PO Box 2500, Faribault, MN 55021-9500. also called hermit crabs, and there were millions and millions of them Simonsen posted the video to Vimeo and shared it with friends on FaThe footage is impressive with literally what must be millions of her mit crabs, which are also called soldier crabs, making their way along the rocky shoreline of Nanny Point on their way to laying eggs in the water The videos popularity will surely only increase after being featured After introducing the clip as fascinating and rather terrifying, GMA

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds waves and hills during the 13th Annual day, September 2, and after besting the rest comprised of swimmer Tory Lane, cyclist All athletes began the morning at Maho Bay with a half-mile swim, made no easier with waves churned up by Tropical Storm hopped onto their bikes for a grueling 14 mile race along North Shore Road to Cruz Bay, up Centerline Road and back to Maho same half-mile swim at Maho Bay before sixth person out of the water, completing the overtook the pack on his bicycle, wrapping up 14 miles in only one hour, four minutes and 41 second run, Lynne cruised to victory, completing the triathlon in one hour, to the race and her experience proved usewas back this year after not being hosted last will surely be on again next year, explained especially happy that the weather was nice The race went so well, were thinking of hosting the second annual 13th annual Love While hoping to attract more female triathletes, Woodcock was thrilled to welcome came out and took part in the race and he childrens triathlon two years ago and he also took part in the clinic and this years Too old now to compete in the childrens race, Samuel, with support from his mother, along with the athlete, was ready to take on and inspiring and were hoping to be able to help him attend more events in the future like the upcoming Wall to Wall triathlon on L ynne and Harper W in 13th Annual Love City T riathlon St. John Tradewinds Continued on Page 18 Continued on Page 23 SELLING? BUYING? RENTING SEEKING? GET RESULTS!St. John Tradewinds FULL VETERINARY SER VICESCanines, Cats & CrittersOur new location is 2.5 miles out of Cruz Bay on Centerline Road (next to Moses Laundromat) BOARDING GROOMING PET SUPPLIES tel: 693-7780 l email: k9 catscritters @yahoo .com Weve Moved

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds recently welcomed a new development director who is as passionate about the environment as she is about With a degree from Colorado State University in Natural Resources, Recreation and Tourism with an Vahling seems tailor made to be the lead fund raiser Vahling takes over the position from former Friends studies with an internship at the Coral Bay Community Council, which further developed her love for agement among others things while getting my deAfter wrapping up her internship, Vahling was ing Association, which she helmed for the past three gram development to fund raising and grant writing, While admitting that it was a little hard to step away from the group she helped usher to a new level of popularity and impact, Vahling is content with The programs developed by Friends are more inmitted organization it is and how impacting Theyve done some really good things for Vahling pointed to mooring program which has made the park anchor-free as just one instance of the groups important The Friends over saw the installation of over half a million dollars in moorings and since they put them in, the sea grasses and corals have all grown in where it was all torn up While looking ahead to the groups annual gala as well as an online auction in November, Vahling is also hoping to hear from residents about the kind of tors about what they see as their passions and their And commuting from her Coral Bay home to Shore Road this morning and thinking about all the things along the way that Friends has had something over the 25 years that we all enjoy and sometimes we We sometimes take it maybe a little bit for grantfriends, where we get married, where we go to exer While there are many reasons to support Friends There are so many good reasons to take care of the park and to make it an accessible resource that reason might be how we carry those values forward Friends of VINPs New Development Director Brings Passion and Skills Open TuesdaySunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tel: 693-5579Beautifying Americas ParadiseHUGE DISCOUNTon volume sales Happy Holidays! 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

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8 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.com R&I PA T TONgoldsmithing St. John Tradewinds What is a smart grid and how does it work? up to 25 percent of its electrical needs from photowhich will help keep the system on line when cloudy This bank of batteries would keep the system running for about half an hour to one hour, depending on The biggest hurdle for the project to commence is proposed amount of PV power is about 11mega Watts The average solar panel being installed is about Cutting down lots of trees to make room for solar panels is not green energy! We should be looking for large open spaces such as tennis courts, parking lots and large buildings with We also have to consider that we live in the hurricane belt, so arrays should be built to withstand winds This proposed smart grid differs from the Net Meyou will never receive a check from WAPA, but you I G L by Lovango Cay resident Dan Boyd The St. John Smart Grid By Lackin Dayta, T echnology Editor St. John Tradewinds Virtually all south-facing slopes on the island will be covered with state-of-the-art photovoltaic within two months by developing feasibility studThe panels will come from Solyndra, the Freland Possibilities, LLC, recommended the instal lation of automatic awnings of Sumbrella that will deploy in the middle of the day to protect the The greatest innovation is the solar compac tor, said renowned architect and all-around exThey will compact the solar power to facilitate the compacted power packages could be shipped Another advantage of the solar compactor is that it can be used to dispose of other solar compac tors that break down from heat exhaustion! would be able to sell power to them during the off season when neither we nor they really need it, said Green Spear, respected island builder and There is a precedent, said Chuck Fishmo of covered most of the island and the cane captured Heard in the Street The roofs of the proposed Bullet Train stations and Cruz Bay stations will be modeled after New Yorks Grand Central and therefore will have amWere not going to let our column be dictated Almost the Local News by Rudy Patton http://almostlocalnews.blogspot.com allmostlocalnews@gmail.com Green Builders Awarded Large Grant for Solar

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds higher contributions capable of covering many areas of need, from medicine and Founding board members are Adonis hopper Pickering, Mary Bartolucci, Steve The group was formerly involved in hostRelay for Life events under the auspices of ganization, according to the founding board members, will be a compliment to the ACS Weve continued to meet as a group regularly and we started to feel that we could This kind of piggy-backs with the ACS and will compliment the great services that who lost their insurance recently and cant get insurance and they got cancer, said and they have to rely on whatever is out The group is dedicated to investing in the health of the community, according to board vest in the health of our community, and although the advisory committee may vote to make donations to other organizations who have and continue to support our residents, the primary distribution of the funds raised with an expanded list of eligible expense coverage, additional preventative screening Not looking for a way to manage the fund themselves, however, the group interviewed the Community Foundation of the Virgin belt and charge no administrative costs, exThat means that all of the money we can be used for anything they need from treatment to needing a baby sitter so you can rently empty, members could not discuss what sort of cap limits would be in place for individuals in need, but hope to be able to There is no cap, but there is no money raise as much money as possible in order give as much support to as many people as also hoping to make a difference by raising awareness and increasing screenings, exThe other thing we really want to work on is prevention and education, Morten We are extremely excited to support the St. John Cancer Fund. Having an event where the money stays strictly on St. John with no administrative effective. St. John Tradewinds New St. John Cancer Fund Tailor-Made for Love City Gold Addy Award2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012Magazine Design ber REOPENING IN NOVEMBER Continued on Page 17

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10 St. John Tradewinds Rescue is a 501c3 organization of volunteers whose mission is to provide the best emergency medical supWe also provide, free of charge, services normally bors dies, the agency called on to remove the body is We have recently enlisted the help of a profesnecessary to allow us to improve our service to our location to house the oxygen generator we will be prove our ability to provide community-based CPR with a permanent and secure area where we can park ing in could mean that we will lose the building to this much needed building, we are initiating a twostep campaign to raise funds for the purchase of this second phase will be to secure funds to complete the To The Rescue Raising Funds To Buy Dr. Cool Building A proposed Settlement has been reached with Wachovia Bank, now called Wells Fargo, defendants in a class action lawsuit that alleges price-xing in the sale of municipal derivatives transactions by Wells Fargo and other companies. The case, In re Municipal Derivatives Antitrust Litigation, MDL No. 1950, No. 08-02516, is pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Who Is Included in the Settlement? This Settlement includes all state, local and municipal government entities, independent government agencies and private entities that purchased: (1) Municipal derivative transactions through negotiation, competitive bidding or auction, directly from any Alleged Provider Defendant or Co-Conspirator or brokered by any Alleged Broker Defendant or CoConspirator, (2) Any time from January 1, 1992 through August 18, 2011 in the United States and its territories or for delivery in the United States and its territories. The Defendants and Co-Conspirators are listed in the detailed notice available on the Settlement website. What Does the Settlement Provide? Wells Fargo will pay $37 million as follows: $20 million has already been paid into an escrow account and the remaining $17 million will be paid later. This Settlement is only a partial settlement of the lawsuit because it only affects the claims against Wells Fargo. The lawsuit is For more information: 1-877-310-0512 www.MunicipalDerivativesSettlement.comIf You Purchased Municipal Derivative Transactions from January 1, 1992 to August 18, 2011 You Could Get a Payment for a Class Action Settlement. continuing against other Defendants. Morgan Stanley has already settled. Wells Fargo will cooperate with the Class Representatives in the litigation that will continue against the other Defendants. What Do I Do Now? Remain in the Settlement. To remain in the Settlement Class and participate in the Settlement, you do not have to do anything now. If the Court approves the Settlement, you give up the right to sue Wells Fargo for the claims in this lawsuit and you are eligible to receive a payment. Claim forms are not available now. Register on the Settlement website to receive a claim form when it becomes available. If you remain in the Settlement Class, you still have the right to exclude yourself from any other Settlements reached in this lawsuit. Exclude yourself from the Settlement. If you do not want to remain in the Settlement Class, you must exclude yourself. You must send a written request for exclusion by rst-class mail, postmarked no later than October 19, 2012 to the Settlement Administrator. If you exclude yourself, you cannot participate in the Settlement, but you retain your right to sue Wells Fargo on your own for the claims in this lawsuit. Object or Comment on the Settlement. If you remain in the Settlement Class and want to object to or comment on the Wells Fargo Settlement or any part of it, you must le an objection with the Court and deliver a copy to Class Counsel and Wells Fargo no later than October 9, 2012. Legal NoticeWhen Will the Court Decide Whether to Approve the Settlement? The Court has scheduled a hearing on December 14, 2012, at 2:00 p.m. at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street, New York, NY 10007, to consider whether to nally approve the Wells Fargo Settlement as fair, reasonable and adequate, whether to approve Class Counsels request for reimbursement of litigation expenses, and to consider any objections. The Court has appointed the law rms of Hausfeld LLP; Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP; and Susman Godfrey L.L.P. to serve as Class Counsel and represent all Class Members. If you want to be represented by your own lawyer, you may hire one at your own expense. You or your lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing but are not required to. If you want to be heard by the Court, you must le a written notice of your intention to appear with the Court and deliver a copy to the Class Counsel and Wells Fargo no later than October 9, 2012. The Court may change the time and date of the hearing. Any change will be posted on the Settlement website. Get More Information For more information on this lawsuit, your rights, or to obtain a list of defendants, call or visit the Settlement website listed below or write to Municipal Derivatives Settlement, c/o Rust Consulting, Inc., PO Box 2500, Faribault, MN 55021-9500. by either donating money towards the down payment or by donating or August 31 Trunk Bay for two patients sustaining rock climbing September 2 Maho Beach to provide medical support at the September 4 Schnell Building in Cruz Bay for a male needing September 4 The Westin Resort and Villas for a male needing We are so very proud to be able to provide our services to the good

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ACC Marks Autumn on St. John with October 20th Flea Market 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 DHS, United Way Plan for Annual Project Homeless ConnectSt. John Tradewinds will make another effort to serve the homeless for St. John Tradewinds Moments in Time, will be Moments in Time shows images of the timeless beauty of the night dominated by changes that are man made but have not destroyed the initial impression made on Columbus and those who come here for the The diaries also reveal the violence and treachery inherent in the hisRock/Transfer, a colAnother video by Cook-Rutnik, Our Father was shown in New MeSt. John Artists Work To Be Featured at Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival By Dr. Elaine Campbell Special to St. John Tradewinds Nights and mornings are cool are harvesting apples, pumpkins, The luscious peaches are now The church harvest fairs will begin will keep autumn fair-goers conMy daughter loves these fairs autumn, and the island churches dont offer such a variety of hometer offers the opportunity to attend a homegrown event one that carries the improbable name large fair that features food, a convenient downtown location, and phasis this year will be on furniture good, handsome, nearly ment, home decorative items will Corley advises that there wont be any used clothing offered this As a community service, the fair sponsor, the Animal Care Centhe opportunity for local vendors to set up tables within the fair grounds at the very modest cost spaces are limited in number and Vendors may pay for their spaces in advance at the ACC shelter the shelter, theyll receive a chit or perhaps a medallion that will admit them to the fair grounds and identify them during the day as tween now and then, anyone who has items to donate for sale may The shelter staff will store donated September, he, too, will be availhands available at the shelter and dogs, all adoptable and in good all monies collected through No Fleas, Please go directly towards their food, medicine, vet visits, and creatures being cared for there and they are all awaiting a forever

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Watch amazing sunsets while enjoying the cooling tradewinds in the home of your dreams on a beautiful parcel of land located in which offers stunning views and access to private shoreline, is for This is a spectacular property that gives you the best of both worlds, elevation that affords you breathtaking views and your own The property is located just a few minutes out of Cruz Bay on This is a moderate slopping downhill build in the exclusive Underground utilities are in place and ready to connect for the discerning buyer who enjoys seclusion with easy accessible paved roads a short distance to all of the The east facing parcel means stunning sunrises and cool after This choice east-facing property gives the owners the cooling tradewinds and the protection from the hot setting sun, said the Watch the sunrise from your private perch, awakening the tur ribbean sea and imagine evenings with the moon rising for your own The buyer of this parcel will also enjoy prime community You have the added bonus of the community common beach lot with stairs that meander down Great snorkeling is yours on your The property would be perfect for a family home, according to the This is prime property for a great family home or vacation vil12 Enjoy Sunrises and Cooling Breezes from Estate Rendezvous and Ditleff Aqua Bistro Asolare Baked in the Sun Banana Deck Barefoot Cowboy Beach Bar Cafe Concordia Cafe Roma Castaways Chateau Bordeaux Cruz Bay Prime Da Livio Donkey Diner Fatty Crab Fish Trap High Tide Iguana Grill Inn at Tamarind Court Island Blues La Plancha del Mar La Tapa Lime Inn Lone Star Taqueria Maho Bay Campground Ocean Grill Rhumblines Shipwreck Landing Skinny Legs Spyglass Sun Dog Cafe Sweet Plantains Tap Room Tourist Trap Waterfront Bistro Zero Sushi 2012 Off-Season Restaurant Closures

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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 $$$$$ Natures WayFollow Coral Bay Community Council, Inc. #4 DO save all coastal vegetation it lters water.DONT break down Caribbean berms they naturally clean storm water before it enters the bay. CBCC-Educational Ads 8.13.2012.indd 4 8/13/12 11:31 AM 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! By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds lence, where teens are often bathed in the light from computer and TV ture the imagination of childhood, Painstakingly creating a miniature world of moving parts full ations awaken the child in everyNogueiras automatons are tiny the largest are only two-and-ahalf inches tall movable, and wearable, sculptures posing as jewelry, what she calls mechani each of her creations includes an astonishing little thrill for the Wind up the little crank in and sterling silver, bronze, vitreous glass enamel, paper, mica, found object and cultured pearl open the tiny porthole and watch the mini enamel waves swoosh back on the bottom of the box and be amazed by a teensy compass, map That is kind of a story about me and my traveling here, she eyes of truth, created in 2012 and tourmaline, the crank makes the little fortune tellers head look Created in 2012, silver, bronze, found object, vitre ous glass, enamel, cultured pearl, of the automaton features two children with old fashioned toys, The side of the pendant features a fortune teller controlled by a second crank which actually sends out a fortune written on a tiny piece reads All experience is an arch wherethrough gleams that untraveled world whose margin fades for The creations are beautiful and obviously take an enormous amount of patience, time and despends anywhere from a few weeks to a few months on each piece and if she makes one mistake, shes that it can be done, but having to out each step and you have to do up, you have to do the whole thing the past 12 year which is where skills to amazing use in her autom atons which take soldering, etch ing, sculpture, grinding skills and just how she manipulated the material, which adds to the sense of that level is harder and most are sive, what comes across most of all is the absolute sense of wonder embodied in these almost impossibly small moving pieces of wear There are serious emotions They have to do with childhood and the future of childhood, about the society we live in and how sodont really play in nature anyWhen beginning a piece, Nogueiras starting point is often a luminaries who have inspired the sense of mystery and emotion which make Nogueiras works so peers in the automaton world have Nogueira began dabbling in the form only a year ago when she heard about an online competition using metal clay and relating to days Metal Clay in Motion jur ied competition and has won several since including Metal Clay Artist Magazines metal clay plus biannual juried competition Calendar 2013 after she was included in the 2012 calendar as The automatons are not cheap or easy to make and the price tags rently only offering one for sale, eyes of truth passion for miniature metal automatons is not likely to abate any time soon, so fans can expect more For more information, check Kim Nogueira Creates Miniature Worlds of Enchantment with AutomatonsNogueira's lost point of origin, above, depicts children

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which says dogs cannot be walked on a leash over six feet long to get rid of extension leashes!! came inside, took the dogs sweaters off, put their harnesses on, and hooked them up to their extension was thinking that the woman would like my mother up from the ground and came running at my babies, so small compared to stick being so big! By giving my dogs extra room to run on the exten Kimber Marnen, Pablo & Rosie14 Crossword Answers Puzzle on Page 20 NEXT DEADLINE: THURSDA Y, SEPT 27th 2012-TO-DATE ber 2, its too bad because it was a wonderful commu Local businesses such as The Tap Room, 8 Tuff Miles and many more actually sponsored and were Friends of the National Park and professionals from Thank you to all the volunteers from wherever you subtleness and humility will bring you and is an observation coming from a man who came in last in the just ultra low key and when youre number one in an event you dont have to make a lot of noise, people afterwards and they said they had Brent in their cross hairs the whole time and thought they could take him how people share who they are without knowing it? T ed KelliherExtension Leashes Can Be Harmful It Was About Other PeopleWe feel so grateful for all the wonderful people on eryone who donated, when you make a donation to a Also thanks to Skinny Legs which hosted our Party with Purpose and to all the friends who came out that Thanks to all the generous local businesses which donated to the party and to everyone who gave their time setting up, making food, serving food, bartend Thanks to Bill Stelzer who took great photos of the day and even made a video for us to see it was fantastic! After open heart surgery and months of recovery, Thanks from the bottom of our hearts and may God L ynne and John LittlechildJohn and Lynne Littlechild Thank Friend and Supporters SEND LETTERS, GUEST OPINIONS & OBITUARIES: editor@tradewinds.vi

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WEEKLY PUBLISHING RESUMES NEXT ISSUE: October 1-7, 2012 for us and preserved for future generations by many Although my candidacy for Senator at Large was vailed, the message from a majority of voters was that The days of being a one-man show and isolation are over, the voters clearly want more production on the issues of crime, WAPA utility rates, economic Senators need to lead the way on transparency and come forward either as a whole or individually as to whether they were at all mentioned or part of the campaign trail and must be addressed before the for themselves whether a candidate is worthy of their Those that supported my candidacy can be assured that this is not the end of a campaign but the beginwill continue to bring my message of hope and prosportant for you, your children and your grandchildren that we provide a safe, positive, and economic healthy are the result of apathy and frustration are not the way to choose our leaders and will lead to mediocrity and islands forward as a people whose backgrounds and care and are sensitive to the history and culture of the There are many problems facing our politicians and leaders, some are of such importance that they lack of alternatives to gangs and risky lifestyles for your support and many encouraging words along the not discouraged either, for today is the beginning of a new political movement that will seek out those of Andrew Rutnik read my e-mails and would like to change our system of government so that our leaders are accountable to helping me and also those that gave support emails, tinue to post my thoughts on my Facebook page and you do not receive the ad and would like to check your spam box or send me an email, you are welcome to continue to communicate with me via email if you representation by leaders has never been done in the There are a lot of physical, cultural and economic differences in the three main islands and there seems to be some concern that creating voting districts district and it will create accountability in governother candidates doing the same and everyone said The campaign tables were all in a party mood and saw Shawn and he told me that he had read my emails My emails were not very positive about the incum serve the community and try to make it better, but this tion inside our Senate makes it almost impossible to really start to tackle the problems that we continue to ignore and that are hurting our and our childrens Anyway, have a great day. Greg Miller Senate Candidate Greg Miller Thanks Supporters

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Bahai Community of St. John Bethany Moravian Church Calvary Baptist Church Christian Ministry Cinnamon Bay Beach Christian Science Society Wednesday Testimonials 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 DirectoryACC Outlines 2012 Highlights and Financial Needs Letters to St. John Tradewinds letter lists the years outstanding achievements, comdescribes the condition of our small shelter in Cruz While 2012 is only two-thirds along, weve many wonderful new accomplishments to report, but are The shelter exists to house, feed, medicate, and ACC provides food and fresh water to as many as 30 feline feeding stations that are maintained by caring men and women who receive no wages for their dedepend entirely upon membership dues, large and small donations, three annual fundraisers, and a small tions for the animals, we must pay for electricity for the shelter, maintain general supplies, and pay rent for salaries for our two full-time and two part-time staff economy, have been way down the past two years, the government allocation for our service as an intake now, at the two-thirds point of the year, we are runWe must somehow get through the rest of the year transfusions of funds that we immediately apply to ful dues-paying members that provide a more stable dogs are adoptable, have been given their medical exour shelter, thereby rendering these once-hungry and often formerly suffering companion animals homea wonderful new Shelter Manager who comes to us joined full-time by Ryan Moore who proved his work Pedro Colon as Animal Care Specialist focusing on part-time, divides her responsibilities between cats unteers, some of whom come in to help with clean men and women can be seen in their ACC vests, walking braces of well-mannered shelter dogs around along national park trails with a national park ranger displays selected cats and dogs for adoption at the of designing a new ACC website with interactive disApropos of grants, ACC has been awarded a modest Petsmart grant thanks to the grantwriting skills of tors, Lucy Banks, who is administering the Petsmart to adopt one of our homeless animals, whether from the shelter, the grounds of one of the resorts, or one of has increased dramatically over the past year or two, now accounting for an estimated 38 percent of our ACCs most labor-intensive activity each year Wagapalooza which brought in $20,000 this spring, These events bring visibility and funds to the ACC with the hard work of setting up, conducting, breakPlease help us and the animals by sending back you! Sheila Karcher, President Animal Care Center

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LAST CHANCETO PLACE AN AD IN THE 2013 EDITIONAdvertising Reservations 340-642-5365 info@stjohnmagazine.com But once again it was last years champions, Team Arawak who regained the title and took home the coveted Golden Paddle Award! Congratulations Arawak nesses who contributed to the excitement and success of this years race! Love City raised nearly $24,000 Also thanks to our top fundraising teams Crabbys Thanks to Skinny Legs for providing awesome pork and veggie burritos and Mike Garbo for the Thanks to Locals on the 8 members Matt Mikrut, all of us to emcee, entertaining the crowd and calling giving so much of your time, love and support! We love you Love City! John & Brandi Schuld and T om Larson http://www.StJohnChaoticKayak.comChaotic Kayak Organizers Thanks CommunityNew St. John Cancer Fund Tailor-Made for Love City early detection through screenings and educa To obtain assistance, cancer patients in need The cancer patient has to have a diagnosis and then it goes down to the board for approval and the The group is not waiting long to get the fund the Third Annual Save Second Base Block Party at who have passed through the door, said Beaty, owner of Woodys and founding board member of Block Party-goers can expect live music and no administrative costs, it couldnt be more effecThe group is planning additional major fund raising events and is open to any income-generat People should come out to the golf tournament And we need more people to become involved people who have worked really hard and they need While planning additional events in the future, The third annual all-night fund raising event for now and we dont have it set in stone yet, said Continued from Page 9

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Providing transportation services to our seniors ical, work, educational, personal, civic, recreational sistance and supportive services, such as shopping, medical appointment coordination, assistance with bill interpretation and payment, scheduling and referral services for local and visiting seniors, disabled The service also coordinates and executes intergenerational community service projects for the seniors, disabled and disadvantaged, and in the past year, also included efforts to bridge the huge gap in services to We continue to count on the support of United Way and the services of the American Red Cross to make sure our residents are taken care of in times of tions have a long well respected history of dedicated American Red Cross is pleased to be a part of nership that we have with this organization through move forward, the goals and objectives must be real ized through continued support from the community sion to support programs that positively engage peoand cultivate community assets including people, or ganizations, programs, and resources to effectively respond to changing needs of the community now and for future generations, said Rob Crane current Garden Park, as well as other collaborative commu After deciding relatively late in the race to try for bent senator pinned his primary win against three strong challengers on the fact that voters are ready for ostracized and criticized, to do the right thing, he this territory who are paying the price and suffering Barshinger vowed to continue working to ensure the islands capital improvement fund is spent on capital years, but the central government defeated a lot of in the budget bill not withstanding any restrictions, the following appropriation is made, which is how the legislature is able to contradict itself, Barshinger provement Fund should not be used for anything exare interested in having solar on their homes and on Looking ahead, Barshinger is excited to participate in debates with his Senator at Large opponent MonWhile hoping to win and excited about the possibility of serving another term as Senator at Large, Barshinger vowed two years from now, he would resisting a person, young or old, who is interested in to retire to share my knowledge with those who come For more information about Barshinger, check out 18 AccommodationsCaribbean Villas & Resorts Island Getaways Suite St. John Villas/Condos VIVA Vacations ArchitectureCrane, Robert Architect, AIA BankingFirstbank Located in downtown Cruz Bay 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 Located in Coral Bay Island Solar Vezios Custom Painting Wedding ServicesWeddings by Katilday Consulting, Travel Coordination, Accommodations St. John TradewindsB usiness Directory Continued from Page 3Senator-at-Large Primary Grandparent's DayContinued from Page 4

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Friday, August 31 cidental injury in the area of Trunk trash around in the area of Cruz Saturday, September 1 Sunday, September 2 tance with boot that was placed on Monday, September 3 ing police assistance to retrieve his T uesday, September 4 W ednesday, September 5 individual who was wanted on an and later transported to the Bureau hit and run on Bordeaux Mountain Thursday, September 6 Friday, September 7 ing police assistance to retrieve her one tried to break into his rental vehicle in the area of Leinster Bay and Saturday, September 8 Sunday, September 9 bumped into him in a Cruz Bay Monday, September 10 der arrest and charged with assault and later transported to the Bureau T uesday, September 11 W ednesday, September 12 under arrest and charged with deCommand and later transported to tance to remove his wife from his Thursday, September 13 ing police assistance with a vagrant in Cruz Bay park who is complainSt. John Tradewinds Crime Stoppers is asking the communitys help to solve the folSt. John which had been packed in his suitcase, was removed by someone St. Thomas Lets continue to help make the community a safer place to live Tips are completely anonymous, and our stateside operators of stolen property, illegal drugs, or weapons, tipsters will receive Crime Stoppers U.S.V.I. Seeks InformationVIPD Annual Drug Eradication Sweeps up Marijuana on St. Croix More than 1,000 Plants UprootedSt. John Tradewinds The drug eradication is made possible through air assets and funds proThe sweeps began Tuesday, September 4, and ended Friday, September We sweep the entire island looking for telltale signs of marijuana Growers tend to take good care of their product, watering them often The possession of marijuana is illegal, and as long as it is against the

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