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SJCF Unveils New Angel Network; Anniversary Dinner Meeting March 18Page 6There Will Be Fuel in Coral BayJimmy Boynes plans to rebuild at former Domino Gas StationPage 4 PGU INSURANCE SERVICESServing the Community Since 1972 Lumber Yard Business Center, St. John, VI Email: email@example.com Web: www.pguinsurance.com (340) 776-6403 SATURDAY, MARCH 15THat Emmaus Moravian March 10-16, 2014 Copyright 2014 Murder Suspect Adisa Bertrand Page 10New Bar in Estate Adrian Offers Chill Atmosphere, Live Music, Local FoodPage 9 Change to 40-Yr Lease for Caneel Seeks To Enable Resort UpgradesPage 5Magarbi Matthew Laid To RestObituary on Page 19St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Savanah Loftus Photography GHS Students Win Big at Schools Dinner AuctionMore than $150,000 was raised at the 28th Annual Gift Hill School auction on Saturday, March 8, at the Caneel Bay Resort. FULL STORY AND ADDITIONAL PHOTOS INSIDE ON PAGE 3 St. Johnimals Owners Duped by Alleged Scam Artist Bret WatkinsSEE INSIDE ON P AGE 7 St. Patricks Day Parade Set for Saturday, March 15th DPWs Smalls Says New Ferries Ready for Final U.S. Coast Guard InspectionsPage 4
2 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 Frank Cummings of CORE To Speak To CBCC Members on March 13The Coral Bay Community Council will host a presentation by Frank Cummings, CORE St. John Outreach Coordinator, on waters and what to do about it. The meeting is Thursday, March 13, at Guy Benjamin School, Room 6, at from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. ters with a pole spear. Voter Registration Drive Scheduled for March 15 in Franklin Powell Park and as mandated by law the members of the St. Thomas-St. John 12 to 2 p.m. EDITOR/PUBLISHER MaLinda Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org NEWS EDITOR Jaime Elliott email@example.com COLUMNISTS & CONTRIBUTORS Andrea Milam, Mauri Elbel, Chuck Ewald, Andrew Rutnik, Craig Barshinger, Jack Brown, Mares Crane, Dan Boyd, Bob Malacarne, NEWSLINE www.tradewinds.vi firstname.lastname@example.org ADVERTISING email@example.com MAILING ADDRE SS St. John, VI 00831 CIRCULATION Call the newsline to be added as a newsstand site SUBSCRIPTIONS THIRD CLASS PERMIT St. John, VI 00831 COPYRIGHT 2014 of news stories, letters, columns, allowed without written permission from the publisher. TRADEWINDS PUBLISHING LLCThe Community Newspaper Since 1972 St. John Historical Society Anniversary Party March 11 at Battery in Cruz Bayfour-bedroom units plus a club house and associated structures on eight acres of land on East End Bay. The public has a chance to weigh in on the matter. and drinks and a slideshow of St. John and Historical Society imalong with a presentation by V.I. historian and SJHS board member George Tyson. All are welcome to attend. Non-members are asked to consider making a donation at the party. Public Hearing Set East End Group Dwelling Permit on Mar. 11, at 6 p.m. The Tarta Family ladies, above right, check out all the fabulous silent auction items, Above Left: Lt. Governer Gregory Francis, Alice Krall, Aloma Hyndman and Cheryl Francis. Above Right: St. John residents Helen Simon and Michael and Barbie Barry.
St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 3 thINDEXBusiness Directory ..............24 Church Directory .................22 Connecting with Nature ......22 Crime Stoppers ...................23 Cryptoquip ...........................21 Letters ............................16-18 Obituary ..............................19 On the Market .....................12 Police Log ...........................23 Real Estate ....................26-27St. John Tradewinds News Photos by Savanah Loftus Photography Bay Resort. By Andrea Milam St. John Tradewinds Bidders walked away with big ranean yachting holiday and brand new cars at the 28th annual Gifft Hill School auction on Saturday night, March 8, but the big winners funds raised. counted at press time, but as of ment Director Beth Jones reported that more than $150,000 had been raised at the auction for the The school and the amount raised at its annual fundraiser nik. whose grandson now attends the school. We raised maybe $5,000, and we were ecstatic. To see the eryone wanting to participate and donate to the school makes you reThe auction took place at the sailing charter and a brand new Jeep Compass Sport, took place rant as attendees enjoyed a wellwith the sound of corks popping island fancy wear, sipping complimentary wine and champagne. The class of 2014, consisting of the school, while a heartwarming sen brought many in the crowd to scholarship fund, are incredibly important to GHS and its students, The money that we raise is esthat a Gifft Hill School education the money that we raise, we really When people turn out in these kinds of numbers to show their minds us that this is a community GHS Interim Head of School ciation for the support by those I am so grateful for the continued support of this wonderful instiChairman of the Board Miles Stair, who walked away from the auction with one of two brandnew Jeep Compass Sports, also support of the school. I just think Gifft Hill School education? This is our premiere GHS Students Win Big at Schools 28th Annual Auction at Caneel Bay manager Mike Ryan and his wife, below right.
St. John Tradewinds After missing a hoped-for deadline of the end of That deadline came and went without the two 85Bay by the end of February and now Smalls reportedly has said all the paperwork has been completed quoted in published reports as saying that the last The ferries underwent sea trials in late October ber before being docked in Crown Bay, St. Thomas, complete with champagne christening, December 6. The ferries, which were built in Louisiana and cost $3.25 million each, were paid for with federal funds. DPW Franchisees W orking Out Details The discussions centered on insurance policies for Smalls told Tradewinds suring the timely completion of all of the prerequisite tion that will ensure the safety of passengers and crew USCG Awaits Inspection Requests Tradewinds in mander Bryson Spangler. gler said. As soon as the company schedules inspection Virgin Islands Daily News. There has been no announcement as to which of Cruz Bay I and which one gets the one commissioned Red Hook I.4 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 DPWs Smalls Says New Ferries Ready For Final U.S. Coast Guard InspectionsWe hope to put everything together within a week or two. James Boynes www.igbavi.org www.facebook.com/Island GreenLivingAssociation The ReSource Depot is located at Git Hill & Centerline, across from the Transfer StationNow open ve days a week! Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.New Hours!Shop our wide selection of housewares and building materials, or donate your new or gently used items for a tax credit pounds of waste kept out of local landlls and counting... Dont miss this wonderful evening of art, music and wine!LIVE MUSIC AND NEW ART KRO-G JEWERLY BARBARA CRITES PHOTOGRAPY KIM SAMMARTANO ON FLUTE ITALIAN WINE TASTINGat ISLAND CORK FRIDAY NIGHT FETE BEST OF BOTH WORLDSMarch 14, 2014 6-9 P.M. Mongoose Junction, St. John By T om Oat St. John Tradewinds A leading St. John businessman is bringing a fuel station to Coral Bay more than three years after the isolated community lost James Boynes of Boynes Trucking told Tradewinds March 7 that he has signed a lease with owner Wilma Marsh Monsanto for St. John without a fuel station. Tradewinds March 7. We hope Boynes did not see a long permitting process for the construcBoynes added of the construction of the replacement station. being rebuilt on the site of a former station, Boynes is hoping the permitting process will be less complicated. Julio King is the architect for the project. The question is could there be gasoline for sale in Coral Bay before Centerline Road is a two-lane road again.There Will Be Fuel in Coral Bay!
By T om Oat St. John Tradewinds The corporate owners of the former Rockefeller iconic Caneel Bay Resort to the current operators who the resort, the park and the St. John community. Major Plans for Improvements at Caneel Caneel Bay Resort Managing Director. Our main focus will be to update guest rooms added. lasting legacy of Laurance Rockefeller, along with Long Negotiating Process In 2008, a proposal was presented by CBI Acquisitions LLC doing business as Caneel Bay Resort to appearances before island groups in recent months. plained. purchase of Caneel Bay in 2004 and all the preliminary of Congress, a Senate Committee and ultimately the pect to conclude this process with the result of enter ing into a 40 year lease, which should occur sometime Lease T o Extended Retained Use Estate ing the Caneel Bay Resort, but continued to operate St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 5 Change to 40-Year Lease for Caneel Seeks To Enable Upgrade for ResortSt. John Tradewinds News Photos Courtesy of Caneel Bay Resort Continued on Page 20 Be a part of the SOLUTION! & St. John ... Time to www.VolunteerSt John.org www. Speak UpSt John.org www.Show UpSt John.orgwww. www. Give ToSt John.org Introducing the St. John Angel Network AND ITS 4 POWERFUL TOOLS Annual Community Impact Dinner Meeting Tuesday, March 18th LOCATION: 6:00 PM 8:00PM RSVP 693-9410 for light dinner CELEBRATING FOUNDATION JOHN ST comm.
6 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 SJCF Unveils New Angel Network and Invites Residents to March 18th Annual Meeting for precancerous or unidentified skin lesionsFeb. 20th March 31st, 2014 Two Locations! Red Hook and Yacht Haven Call 340-775-2303 to make an appointment James Pace Clayton, MD The St. John Community Foundations Mission .... TO PROVIDE SERVICES AND SUPPORT PROGRAMS THAT POSITIVELY ENGAGE PEOPLE, BUILD RESOURCES AND STRENGTHEN THE COMMUNITY. Board of Directors: Rob Crane, Leslie Smith, Lonnie Willis, Chuck Pishko, Harry Daniel, Ronnie Jones, Alecia Wells, Oswin Sewer, Craig Barshinger, Sabrina Castle-Lynn Executive Director: Celia Kalousek Resource Development ED, Board & Advisory Program Managers/ Partners Volunteers Advisory CommitteeVP Harry Daniel: Chair Sub Committee: Community Advisory Board Special ProjectsSabrina Castle-Lynn: Chair Sub Committee: Cultural Center, Career Development, New Health & Human Services Harry Daniel/Ronnie Jones Environmental & Animal Welfare Rob Crane/Craig Barshinger Community Enrichment (Arts, Humanities & Culture) Sabrina Castle-Lynn/ Lonnie Willis/Chuck Pishko Youth Development, Education, Sports & Rec Alecia Wells/Oswin Sewer Dial-A-Ride & Support SvcsDean Thomas Sr. GoGreenVI/Recyclers Barb Douma/Dr. DeBonisU. Sports For Social Change Dean Dooling St. John Film Society Andrea Leland Peak Potential Programs Lonnie Willis/C. Kalousek Community Garden Park Rob Crane/S. Castle-Lynn JOY Voulunteer Network Alecia Wells/Megan Duffy IMPACT FUNDS Community Programs Finance CommitteeTreas: Lonnie Willis: Chair Sub Committee: Fundraising & Resource Development The goal of SJCF Impact Fund Development is to improve the quality of life in St. John by raising, managing, and distributing charitable creating positive connections between donors and their interests, and inspiring lasting legacies. St. John Rescue Friends Helping Friends LaRaza Soccer Club Rutnik Scholarship Fund FISCAL MANAGEMENT FOR: By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds work in the newly designed SJCF website and Angel Network. The site includes information on 46 different St. categories agencies in four areas: community enrich going on. This will marshal the forces of all the isto get help, and for those who want to help, to get ing to Kalousek. she said. list can easily be added, Kalousek added. The Community Impact Dinner Meeting on March in each of our four areas community enrichment; The SJCF, which was founded in the wake of Hur as the group continues to support programs and ser said. on the island, go to www.thestjohnfoundation.org and SJCF Community Impact Dinner Meeting on TuesHall. ST. JOHN S LAW FIRM SINCE 1989Real Estate / Land Use / Environmental / Trusts and Estates / Probate Business Entities / Consulting / Litigation / Personal InjuryLocated at beautiful Est. Lindholm, aboe Asolare, 340-693-8255, www.stjohnilaw.comJ. Brion Morrisette & Raf Muilenburg, Partners Clyde Murphree, Of Counsel
follow-up, Watkins returned his money in full. As far as Schadegg knew, Watkins resided on St. Thomas, whereabouts today. Other than prosecuting Watkins for writing bad checks, Schadegg and course. been reported to the online auction site. Watkins did week. Rob got a job within two weeks of returning to the of us and kill the business that we worked so hard to St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 7 By Andrea Milam St. John Tradewinds worked hard to build their Wharfbusiness, St. Johnimals. So when the time came for them to sell the it would continue to be a successWatkins. mals Facebook page late last month in an appeal to fans of info after Watkins skipped out on monthly payments to the former owners and subsequently began eBay. When we sold St. Johnimals Schadegg from his home in Rhode Island. He was supposed to make monthly payments and right off the bat we had to harangue him. The fellow out and out lied; it was Watkins put some money down at the closing in July 2013, and almost immediately failed to make his monthly payment to Schadegg the only ones being taken for a ride by Watkins. He was also allegedly duping people out of tens of thousands of dollars under the the Ripoff Report website. Bret Watkins is a perfect fraudster with a sugar-coated the site on February 24 by a North Brunswick, New Jersey poster The post details how Watkins He has not been picking up am about to report him to the V.I. Bret Watkins 17th AnnualSt. Patrick's Day ParadeSaturday, March 15thStarts at 12:00 High NoonParade participants should meet at the Cruz Bay tennis courts by 11:30 am For more information, call The Quiet Mon Pub at 779-4799From the Kitchen: Corned Beef & CabbageServing Irish Fare All Day Live Music by Chris Carsel & Company St. John Tradewinds News Photos
8 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 By T om Oat St. John Tradewinds to now has had no known natural predator in Caribbean waters. Lutjanus buccanella in traps on the Saba Bank, in Pterois of up to 20cm length is being internet posting being forwarded It would be a critical breakOcean waters and has been thought bean. Without a predator to keep its throughout the region, causing a Caribisch Nederland in Bonaire and member of the Saba Bank Naproof of natural predation on lionto the internet posting. cient samples in collaboration with to draw some conclusions based on prey, according to the posting. 15 species that will affect global Snuba business owner Frank Cummings They eat the algae eaters, the St. John Audubon Society on Febtation with a photograph of more the stomach of one 12-inch-long, The biggest problem appears as sharks and moray eels do not source, Cummings said, although there are reports that grouper are eating them in Bahamas. are just a bully on the playground. may be ready to take on the under water playground bully. Fisherman Reports Possible Predator (Lutjanus buccanella) www.facebook.com/yelena.rogers.photographyYelena Rogers Photography PO Box 554, St. John, VI 00831 340-774-4027 603-401-4757 Sunday 10am HAWKSNEST BEACH facebook Freshwater Church St. John USVITerry Lansdale, Pastor 340.514.6578(CHILDCARE AVAILABLE) munity Impact Work Session and dinner meeting will be Tuesday, SJCFs 25th Annual Meeting March 18 Beer and Cheese Tasting March 16 March 16, starting at 4 p.m. The tasting will be led by cheese sommelier Kathy Guidi and and The Tap Room. library, $25 per person for non-members and guests. The Coral Bay Community Council will host a public meet Benjamin School. This is the second meeting based on the American Institute of last month, the participants agreed to get together again to to work on writing a brief, one page Community Vision, using the AIA report as a reference. At this meeting, groups to work on summaCBCC Hosting Public Meeting Mar. 19 starting at 3 p.m. Registration is required and there is a $6 fee for supplies. Attendees should bring unfrosted layer cake or cupcakes Cake Decorating Class Set for Mar. 19
St. John Tradewinds, St. John Tradewinds New Bar in Estate Adrian Offers Chill Atmosphere, Live Music, Local FoodBy Andrea Milam St. John Tradewinds this month and is already attracting a rather impresGetaway in the Lumberyard, but after a few months in town they decided a bar out in the country might be the way to go. foods including barbecue and johnny cakes will be features a pool table, darts, and dominoes. Chester designed the space himself, and he and his wife renotherapy place. When you come here, you want to chill closing at 11 p.m. during the week and at 2 a.m. on weekends. The bar features music spun by a DJ, and Chester and Julia hosted a successful country western Chester hopes people of all ages and all walks of added. We want people who are mature and just want The space was also designed with rentals in mind. wedding parties, birthday parties, and more. country and enjoy cold drinks, local food, and a little Happy Holidays! S END LETTERS GUEST OP I N I ONS & OBITUARIES TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds St. John Blues Society, has so missed the annual blues fest, they decided to do something about it. The night will feature Kansas City-based Samantha Fish, the Mississippi-born Johnny Rawls, Canadian blues guitarist Anthony Gomes and Florida har monica man T.C. Carr. In addition to great music, the night is also a fund John Rescue. ing for donations and is partnering with Rotary Club Klingsberg, a St. John Blues Society member who is The Rotary Club of St. John is helping sponsor cert in order to bring some great music to the island but also to help the one agency on St. John which can either conduct boat rescues, repel sharp inclines A fundraiser for St. John Rescue just seemed like The St. John Blues Society is still looking for both For more information about the concert, how to during the concert.10 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 First Annual St. John Blues Blowout March 29 at W inston W ells Ball Field crane ROBERT CRANEARCHITECT, A.I.A.P .O. BOX 370 CRUZ BAY, ST. JOHN U.S.V.I. 00831(340) 776-6356 www.stjohnweddingplanner.com www.katilady.com 340-693-8500 Wedding Consulting Travel Coordination Accommodations KatiLady since 1997 Open TuesdaySunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tel: 693-5579Beautifying Americas ParadiseHUGE DISCOUNTon volume sales Happy Holidays! A fundraiser for St. John Rescue just seemed like the right thing to do for the right cause. It makes sense to help the ones who help us. Ronnie Klingsberg St. John Tradewinds A 24-year-old female St. Thomas resident was found at about 10:15 p.m. on March 7. While police were still at the crime scene area residents who was acting in a suspicious tip and subsequently arrested 34-year-old Adisa Bertrand of Chocolate Hole, St. John, and charged him with Murder in the First Degree among other charges. Honda Accord that crashed ing the accident police saw the her body that were not the result of an auto accident. While at the scene police man was at a nearby bar telling patrons that he wanted to kill himself. When police went to the location they saw the man had blood on his clothes. He was taken to the Schneider Regional Medical Center and seen by the medical staff. He was subsequently released to Major Murder. Bertrand was arrested at about 1:30 a.m. on March 8. Bertrand was charged with 1st Degree Murder; 2nd Degree Murder; 1st Degree Assault; 3rd degree Assault and four counts weapon during the commission held without bail and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections the VI Superior Court. while an arrest has been made, they are still seeking additional information on this crime. If you information will be kept in the Estate Chocolate Hole Resident Arrested on Murder Charges Adisa Bertrand
St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 11 Continued on Page 20 St. John Tradewinds joining Clean Islands International and the Virgin the south shore of St. John. program which took place in Lameshur Bay in the fort by the National Aeronautics and Space Adminwas conducted by four aquanauts from February 15 There were three alternate aquanauts also trained south side of St. John. The celebration will start with brief remarks from ternational and Randy Brown, representing VIERS. After welcomes and introductions, a short hiswill be followed by a panel of four Tektite aquanauts who will share with the audience their recollections Following the presentation by the aquanauts, the the public. Recent additions to the museum include updated artifact displays, a miniature model of the inSince the museums beginnings in 2006, each year We are pleased to share with all our guests and said Randy Brown, who initiated the museum. newspaper clippings, and other Tektite related objects are appreciated. In The Aquanauts Own WordsCelebrating the 45th Anniversary of Project Tektite 1St. John Tradewinds News Graphic Courtesy of VIERS Carlos FURNITUREHAS IT ALL!FREE Delivery/Setup to St. John at Tutu Park Mall Queen Beds....................from $399Living Room Sets ............from $999Fridge & Stove Combo ...from $1100Open 7 Days a Week340-693-0016 / 340-642-7926Come see what everyones talking about! ~ Large selection of bedroom sets to choose from ~ GET IN YOUR CUSTOMERS FACE ADVERTISE ON... WhatToDo-VI.com ISLANDTREASUREMAPS@GMAIL.COM www.SkinnyLegs.comBe here even when you are thereCoral Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands 340-779-4982 Follow us on facebook
12 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Enjoy the sound of the surf lapping the shoreline just across the street as you stretch out on the three bathroom home in Estate Saunders Gut is for sale and was The home is nestled on a quarter of an acre of property in the Saunders Gut area of Coral Bay, not far from the popular Shipwreck Landing restaurants and nearby shops. two units; a three bedroom, two bathroom home upstairs with a studio apartment below. Currently both units are rented long-term, said the Islandia Real Estate broroom unit upstairs and a studio potential to a new owner, Nash added. The layout would be great for merous custom features from tiful hard built-ins. The kitchen boasts custom cabinets and the ful hard wood and tile. home with interior hard wood acsaid Nash. to a rocky beach found just 150feet away. tice as yo wake up to watch the sun start the day with a cup of coffee on the deck. Enjoy those cooling The fantastic snorkeling and Bay and Lameshur Bay are only a Beach deck in time to watch the The house faces east to catch For more information about PO BOX 429, ST. JOHN, VI 774-1625 ACROSS FROM LIBRARY U. S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 501 (3) c NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION ALICE has been with us for over a year. She is a very sweet little dog who is energetic and would make a wonderful family pet, as she is great with children. Alice does not like cats but has the potential to be around another dog in the right living situation. Consider giving this sweet girl a home; she gets overlooked a lot. I am trying very hard PLEASE HELP ME! St. John Tradewinds News Photos
St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 13 PET SUPPLIESCanines, Cats & CrittersOur new location is 2.5 miles out of Cruz Bay on Centerline Road (next to Moses Laundromat) BOARDING GROOMING FISH tel: 693-7780 l email: k9 catscritters @yahoo .com FULL VETERINARY SER VICES ISLAND SOLAR V.I. 300-watt panels 300-watt inverters SunDrum solar hot water systems Battery stand-alone systems Energy audits Diesel generators Conventional solar hot water systems Power management systems Off-grid living for over 12 years on Lovango Cay. Dan Boyd t: 340-626-9685 e: email@example.com We are anAuthorizedV.I.EnergyDealer& Grid-Tie Systems as low as $3.50 per watt and Nohidden SAY NO TO W APA CBYC Will Host 18th Flotilla Party for Guy H. Benjamin School March 22 and salads. There will be a Cash bar. to enhance the education for students at Guy H. Benjamin School. line. For more information contact Mary Burks at 513-8141. cations for the Fall 2014 semester. ing settings. Interested applicants should submit admission appli cations before April 30, 2014, to be considered for the Fall 2014 Master of Arts in Psy Apps Available Next UUF of St. John Meets Mar. 16 By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds With massage threapists, a beer pong tournament, St. John Brewers beers and a pig roast, the St. John was the place to be on Sunday, February 23. Hosted one day after the greulling 8 Tuff Miles enjoyed a beautiful day at Oppenhimer Beach with plenty of food and drink, DJ music by Adonis, and plenty of entertainment from the beer pong tourney. nament and the St. John Cancer Fund raised about cancer patients in need. Managed by Community Foundation years ago with the needs of St. John cancer patients Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, which teers; meaning all donations go directly to cancer patients who need them. Beach Party and Beer Pong Raise $18,000 for St. John Cancer Fund St. John Tradewinds News Photos by Yelena Rogers Cutline:
14 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 Virgin Fire & Grill Acquires Public Performance Rights of Current Movie ReleasesSt. John Tradewinds Virgin Fire Bar and Grill in Mongoose Junction will present a series Friday, March 21. 4 p.m. daily. Virgin Fire has acquired the rights to show these public performances Virgin Fire will show March 14, at their Mongoose Junction location. St. John Tradewinds News Photo Courty of CBCC met on Thursday, March 6, to future and academic success. Kindergarten registration on St. John is scheduled struction of a shared use path to connect the Visitor Center and HoneyReconstruction of Shared Use Path To Connect the Visitor Center and Honeymoon Bay Set
St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 15 St. John Tradewinds Crime Seen/Transfer 2014tion of colonial life in the Virgin Islands and the Caribbean will be the focus of a public collaboration Friday, March 14 at 6 p.m. at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts The idea behind Crime Seen/Transfer 2014 is to ask questions that will lead to new which is the unacknowledged foundation of Panel Discussion March 15 ception, Friday, March 14, at 6 p.m. and the 15, at 10 a.m. at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in Frederiksted, St. Crolege in Virginia. Crime Seen/Transfer 2014 is a collabora tion that includes artists and scholars: Janet and local actors include Gene Lancaster, Kayla Clendinen of St. Thomas, Deanna Kahlon Frett and Watusi of St. John. Andi Vaccharat was the set director for the photo shoot at Catherinberg, which would not of the Virgin Islands Cultural Award grant and in part by the V.I. Council on the Humanities, the V.I. Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. result in a strong sense of identity and cul20th Century while this edition will also of contemporary and conceptual art methods V.I. heritage. and the upstairs galleries of the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts and will include scholars on this period of VI history and the new thinking about old issues. The installation will include a series of photos taken of actors in colonial costume quins in a three dimensional tableau set in the main salon at Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, a restored great house in FredImages, that incorporate historical images demic and scholarly settings. Fredensborg that sailed between Africa and the Caribbean before sinking off the coast of Ghana. New materials from the National will also be presented in a piece called Acts of Erasure. For more information call CMCA at 772Accommodations for the opening may be Cottages by the Sea in Frederiksted. ORIGINAL LISTING COURTESY OF RICH GREENGOLD The live music scene on St. John is bigger and better than ever! Quantitywith over 25 local businesses are days of the week with over 10 gigs. music this good in their stateside cities. gigs featuring a variety of visiting bands. homes, cars and rentals. SUNDAYS MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS SATURDAYS To be added to this live music schedule, the event must be a regularly scheduled event (sorry, no one-night performances), email firstname.lastname@example.org with: date, time, location, performer and style. NO PHONE CALLS.St. John Artists Cook-Rutnik and Stelzer Join Scholars in Crime Seen/Transfer Day 2014 and Andi Vacharat, above, on location at Catherineberg during
16 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 NEXT DEADLINE: th Letters To St. John Tradewinds Right up to the day I die. Our union will be more blessed Through the sunshine and the rain. So be still and hold me; Into your arms I commit my body, Emmanuel Prince Coral Bay Shoreline Cleanup on February 27th a big success! ing trash, and the Waste Management Authority and hoe to pick up the debris. By late afternoon all the roadside piles of debris were gone! The beachfront, by the town dock and along the roadways were metic ulously cleared of plastics, wood, old furniture, tires, wet clothes and pillows, and more. Special thanks to Lora Koehler and Jason Haymake St. John cleaner and cleaner! nity. Sincerely, Sharon Coldren CBCC President ten programs right here on St John later in this article the holdup? breakers is simply transportation. cases to make the effort to simply get their children to lem of parents who HAVE taken the step to get their to cheer them, to support them, to get to know this growing as a person and would be that much more proud and committed if their parents were part of that Sports and Recreation, at many other locations around if only their own families would bring them to us. management. Learning the music sharpens memori eye coordination, cooperation and discipline. The performance fosters poise, pride in self, group, culare lifelong. plete list compliments of Shikima Jones, who super and Recreation and the St John School of the Arts, within the partnership umbrella as well: sports and cultural programs too, in schools and churches and out in Coral Bay. We are here, ready to Elaine Penn SEND LETTERS, GUEST OPINIONS & OBITUARIES: email@example.com
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We who Senators who disagreed was due to $21 billion budget carry budget cuts on their backs? this Bill fail as well? We used to be able to count on our elected Congress and Senate who would send us off to war. We counted on them to do the right thing when we would be in need of help, no more, so what happened? John J. Bury, U.S. Navy, retired Media, PA Letters To St. John TradewindsDear Senators, current animal cruelty laws, their enforcement and leaders need to come into the 21st Century regarding our present animal cruelty laws should be. lia, to attend or allow attendance by minors. protect animals from being abused in this horrible fashion. population who wish to continue with this barbaric It is not sport nor is it entertainment and it cer tainly is not part of our VI Culture. As a 12-generation Virgin Islander I can tell you culture. here from elsewhere and it is now time for it to be eliminated. There is nothing cultural to be proud of about setone can gamble on it. How much of those ill gotten earnings are reportMust we continue to cater to small minds, base desires, indefensible cruelty and barbarism to win a Just because the Romans fed Christians to Lions mean it had to continue because it was part of the lands. bordellos, and beheading were stopped for ethical Tradition and culture are forces that change in It is time for all our local Humane Societies, Anianimal cruelty laws and bring us up to date with enforcement and penalties regarding the abuse of all of our islands animals. There is no way to disguise or package cruelty and barbarism nor allow it to continue. Speak out and let us come into the 21st Century and update our Animal Cruelty Laws. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter. Alana Mawson St. Thomas, VI
18 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 Letters To St. John TradewindsStop Community leaders from committing crimi Four weeks ago: St. Thomas Daily News Headlines: and cuts. been commuting. The good news is that they are starting to get caught and punished, keep up the good work. I had some thoughts about how we can increase of these. business license. two comments from people who had trouble getting Require the names of all persons that borrowed money from any Department or Agency or Authority public on a monthly basis. Continue to sell real estate that has accumulated Require that all new building permits include a minimum of 10kw solar or wind electric generation. Allow total net metering for 5 years to pay for the sysis paying to the companies that it buys solar produced minimum of ten days of training in their job each year community. plete job description and a list of requirements that a ments so that they can meet them. not been able to pay it because the cashier has just Greg Miller mon bond. The Caribbanese idea goes beyond what is created by affected. Kim W ild, Executive Director St. John School of the Arts The Marketplace, Manager Debbie Marsh, your support and accommodation is, and has been, paramount to our success. and beautiful creations grace our gallery: George Hollander, light Eichner and Gail Van de Bogurt. Jude Woodcock; teacher and musician Eddie Bruce; Donald Becker Tarta, Benjamin Thill, Isabell Thill Lord behind the scenes making it happen for set up, during, and break ers et al Thank you! Tradewindstion; Lynda Lohr and St. John Source; The V.I. Daily News. is what makes good things happen! We hope you enjoyed the arts and Our sincerest gratitude for a unique collaboration with a wonder ful community, Thank you, Kimberly and Rafe Boulon emphasis on wealth the powerful attachment which money has on people. It is understandable, you need money to pay rent, pur able lifestyle. When you are faced with a loss of income, your as the due date for bills gets closer. nancial hardships. This is probably why church lead and debt, many people need the help of counselors There are accounts of people in the Bible and in On one hand, many countries that are not wealthy limited resources. On the other side, folks with lim and water. We are fortunate on this island to be somewhat in sprees. secure the future. God willing, your efforts will be rewarded. Money Matters, Emmanuel Prince
St. John Tradewinds, Obituary referred to incorrectly in a story in the March 3 edition of Tradewinds. The 11th annual Beach-to-Beach St. John TradewindsSt. John Tradewinds dent February 16 in Washington state, where he was Bay Cemetery. death by his grandmother, Aurelie Matthew. He was Bay harbor. Thomas Matthew; mothers Karen Matthew and Selina Ligens; sisters Bianca Matthew, Brianna Matthew, Shekela Ligens-Wilson, Raqweda Jones; brother Also, grand-aunts Flora Girard, Lea Hippolyte, polyte, Cyril Matthew, George Scott Sr., Alfred Scott; cy Steely, De Ann Ligens-Faulknen, diane Benjamin; Also, cousins, Teron Lindsey, Tenae Lindsey, TenAnali Matthew, Julian Matthew, Justin Matthew, NaAnd childhood friends Zaid Sewer, Chade Edwards, Gregory Edwards Jr., Herbert Frett Jr.; special friends, Chris Scott, Romney Fraiser, Tyrell James, Arrangements were by Turnbull Funeral Home.St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Tom Oat was killed in an automobile accident in Washington state in mid February.
Bay Resort become a concession, according to Supt. cording to the superintendent. April Discussions Planned Bay intend to sit down in April for face to face discusIn addition, concessions are run with less emconcessions for Trunk Bay and Cinnamon Bay when they go out to bid later this year, according to a Maintaining Caneels Luxury Market continue to be in regular communication with the and the local community on St. John are carefully Continued from Page 5 20 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 St. John Tradewinds welcomes notices of community-orient T uesday, March 11 The St. John Historicommunity to celebrate its 40th Battery on Tuesday, March 11, catered food and drinks and a slideshow of St. John and Historical Society images. The long-tranquil East End neighborhood of St. John could be in for quite a change if group dwelling permit from public has a chance to weigh in at Guy Benjamin School, classThursday, March 13 The Coral Bay Community Council will host a presentation by Frank Cummings, CORE St. John Outreach CoJohn and Caribbean waters and what to do about it. The meeting will be Thursday, March 13, at Guy H. Benjamin School, Room 6, at from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Coral Bay. Saturday, March 15 As part of an ongoing efpublic and as mandated by law the members of the St. ThomasSt. John District Board of Elec tions will conduct one of its setions on Saturday, March 15, at The American Cancer territory at The Emmaus Morafundraiser, and proceeds will be out the district. For more infor mation, call 775-5737. Sunday, March 16 salist Fellowship of St. John will meet at 10 a.m. on Sunday, erand Will Saunders will be Friends of the Elaine I. St. John School of the Arts on Sunday, March 16, starting at 4 p.m. The tasting will be led by cheese sommelier Kathy Guidi and brew masters Chirag Vyas members, $25 for others. T uesday, March 18 The St. John Communi sary Community Impact Work Session and dinner meeting will be Tuesday, March 18, at from 6 to 8 p.m. For more inW ednesday, March 19 The Coral Bay Community Council will host a public meeting on Wednesday, March Guy H. Benjamin School. The Friends of the Elaine soring a cake decorating class at the library on Wednesday, Registration is required and there is a $6 fee for supplies. Attendees should bring unfrosted layer cake or cupcakes sign up at the library. Saturday, March 22 Club will host the 18th Flotil Benjamin School on Saturday, March 22, from noon to 4 p.m. East End of St. John. St. John Tradewinds News Photos Courtesy of Caneel Bay Resort above right.40-Year Lease for Caneel Enables Upgrade for Resortthat the written word just cannot capture, said Brown. It is always interesting to meet someby calling 340-776-6721. or by calling 410-647-2500. Celebrating the 45th Anniversary of Project Tektite 1Continued from Page 11
St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 21 ALCHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS All meetings are now open. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS Narcotics Anonymous has open meetings from 6:30 to 7:30 AL-ANON MEETINGS 642-3263 FOR SALE:Beautifully Carved Indonesian Teak Door and Window Shutters3 Windows & 2 Doors Available (buy separately or as package deal) CALL 340-642-5386 T O MAKE AN APPOINTMENT T O VIEW St. John Tradewinds Aristide Samuel, another member of the alumni class. St. John Tradewinds marine biology or natural resource management and protection. In addition, Friends is offering a scholarship for children of amount of $1,000 per academic year. be obtained in person from the Friends of Virgin Islands National The deadline for applications is May 2, 2014. Scholarships Available for Marine Biology, Natural Resource Management and Protection StudiesSt. John Tradewinds Led by First Lady Cecile de and shakers today took part in the ica hosted by the National Education Association. Read Across America promotes reading, particularly for children and young adults. Across the nation and here in the Virgin Islands, people came together to take part halls and community centers. The day usually coincides with the birthday of the author of Dr. Seuss books, Theodore Seuss Geisel. Read Across America Reaches Students at Julius Sprauve and Guy Benjamin Alice Krall of St. John, reads to students at St. John Tradewinds News Photo
22 St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 Bahai Community of St. John 776-6316, 776-6254 Bethany Moravian Church Calvary Baptist Church 13 ABC Coral Bay, 776-6304 Sunday School 10 a.m., Christian Ministry Cinnamon Bay Beach Inter-Denominational, Sunday 8:30 a.m. Christian Science Society 10:45 a.m. SundayMarketplace Wednesday Testimonials 7:45 p.m. on last Wed. of Month Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Sun., 5 p.m., STJ, Lumberyard Cruz Bay Baptist Church Sunday 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 776-6315 Emmaus Moravian Church Freshwater Church Jehovahs Witness 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays; 7 p.m. 340-715-053 Missionary Baptist Church Nazareth Lutheran Church 776-6731 Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church The schedule is as follows: Saturdays at 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7 a.m. St. John Methodist Church Seventh Day Adventist St. John Pentecostal Church Sunday 11:05 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Thursdays Bible Study 7:30 p.m. St. Ursulas Episcopal Church Bible Class on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. 777-6306 Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church Directory St. John Tradewinds to open on St. Thomas in 2015 it may be time for St. John to consider its potential to offer other more authentic types of full-immersion marine education possible options. The large Cuban frogs are good swimmers and that unappealing. Fruit rats sometimes also end up swimming in mussed when they are wet, they generally fail the tom of the pool. What about iguanas! A few weeks ago the house was full of guests and I was enjoying some quiet time while they went off to the beach when I noticed an iguana lounging on the I got up and looked into the pool. It was hard to and trees. Finally I spotted him in the corner of the told him. What if the guests come back and want to he spurted up to the surface and scrambled along the back and lay down again. I left him alone for a while and went to my computer to look up how long nonmarine iguanas could hold their breath under water. I I learned that iguanas like to swim, and often drop the same kind that people often buy in pet stores. though possibly it is due to temperature changes, as pets, they would also like to swim in a pool with tice underwater meditation? It sounds to me like just the sort of unique nature part-time resident of St. John. Her book The Wild Life in an Island House Connecting with Natureby Gail Karlsson A local iguana takes a refreshing swim.
St. John Tradewinds of alcohol. Lynn Millin Maduro, age 42 was arrested on March 6 The incident occurred on Vetduro had a high odor of alcohol on her breath, her eyes were watery and her speech was slurred. that Maduro initially left the scene of the accident and then returned. test at the scene, which she failed. Maduro was detained and taken the limit blood alcohol content. Maduro was arrested on March Rights hearing the same day. She posted bail of $500.00 and was released by the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands pending further court action. St. John Tradewinds, March 10-16, 2014 23 St. John Tradewinds are no injuries. If injury or death occurs, the penalty could be tifying information. In the case of personal injury, it is the duty of remain at the scene until released by authorities. In fatal collisions, Help reduce future hit-and-runs by telling us what you know aware of cars as they approach and pass you. If you must walk and as far away from the roadway as possible. If walking at night Crime Stoppers U.S. Virgin IslandsSunday, March 2 called to report that his car was struck while parked in area pf report a missing person in the area of Emmaus Trail in Coral port an auto collision in the area of Caneel Bay. Auto Collision. collision in the area of E.C. Gas tance. report needing assistance with some boaters in the area of Wesreport lost documents at Caneel Bay, Lost Documents. the Lime Inn Restaurant. ActiMonday, March 3 dent called to report a distur to report someone broke into 3rd. Chocolate Hole present to report that someone is throwing dead lice Assistance. report a man lying behind a car sistance. of St. John Market. Damage to a Vehicle. called to report an alarm at the St. John Multipurpose Center. bash Boom called to report that someone broke her glass sliding seeking police assistance with Assistance. ent and reporting that she struck area of First Bank. Auto Colli sion. T uesday, March 4 port an auto collision in area of W edesday, March 5 al Bay called to report that her daughter called her and told her Keating Clinic called to report that someone came in seeking treatment for a stab wound but report that she was assaulted at sault and Battery. report that she was struck by a of Mandahl placed under arrest Assault and Battery. Bail was set at $500 by Order of the Court. She was transported to the Bureau of Corrections. Thursday, March 6 at Caneel Bay Resort called to report a disturbance in the parking lot of the resort. Simple Assault. called to report that he needed Assistance. Eden called to report that his Collision. Caneel Bay Apartments called Assistance with her boyfriend. Friday, March 7 to report something is requesting police assistance in the area sistance. 10:08 a.m. Woman called to report an auto collision in the area of the Lumberyard. Auto Collision. Saturday, March 8 report an auto collision on Centerline Road in the area of Bor Sunday, March 9 ent reporting that she was asthe area of Kongens Gade, First Bank. Simple Assault and Battery. present to report that she was the area of Kongens Gade First Bank. Assault 3rd. present reporting that she was assaulted by her cousin in the area of Kongens Gade First Bank. Simple Assault and Battery. present at MKSCHC for treat ment of a stab wound. Assault 3rd. tine Road present at MKSCHC for treatment of for a stabbing. Assault Third. CELLULAR: 340-776-9110LAND LINE: 911 / POLICE: 340-693-8880 / FIRE 340-776-6333Lynn Millin MaduroDriver Hits Two Vehicles, Arrested for DUI
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Elegant style, extraordinary views, lush landscaping and a pool deck for idyllic relaxing make this a villa for the perfect vacation or lifestyle. VILLA KALORAMA 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 foot pool and large verandas for spectacular indooroutdoor living. STONE COURT is a 3 bedroom haven. 1 acre of privacy with sweeping views from Rams Head to St. Thomas. Island inspired architecture of stone and wood. VILLA DIVERTIMENTO Newer 2 bdrm/2.5 bth home w/ eastern views and breezes. All masonry, welldesigned w/ pool cabana & twin-bed sleeping loft. 30ft pool & spacious deck and swimming. Island stone work, outdoor showers. Solar panels with net metering! ENIGHED GARDENS is a 5x4 ma sonry home in gated .46 ac. garden setting with spectacular views over Pillsbury Sound. Flexible oor plan, ex pansive decks, won derful potential as is. VERY MOTIVATED SELLERS! Three income producing apartments. Live in one and rent the other two. Easy access to Cruz Bay & beaches. CARIBBEAN COTTAGE RETREAT Relax in this comfortable home surrounded by trees, orchids and birds. Quiet private neighborhood has deeded rights to a beach. You wont get peace like this at a better price. Dont miss this opportunity! NEW CONSTRUCTION! Enjoy Fish Bay breezes & views to Ditleff Pt. in this new, 2 unit home. Masonry, nice nishes, separate entries to each level which feature 2 bdrms w/ bath, covered & screened wrap around porch, great room and kitchen. SONNENBERG AMAZING VIEWS Perched above Coral Harbor and Hurricane Hole with large pool, 4+ bedrooms and private apartment, Close to town in gated community. TREE PALMS Versatile 5 BR 5 BA property with solid rental history. Charming home w/ 2 kitchens, covered verandas, stone entrance, garden foun tain, concrete pool and spa deck. Solar panels, and ocean views complete the package! VILLA BOUGAINVILLEA in Cruz Bay w/ views to St. Thomas & Pills bury Sound. Upper level apartment has 2 bdrms/2 bths & a big-view great room. Lower level apartment offers 2 bdrm/1 bth, spa cious indoor living & generous view veranda. Walk to town & Frank Bay Beach. KABEJ PATCH Caribbean style 5 bdrm pool villa, in a quiet, breezey location in desirable Chocolate Hole. Beautifully nished Brazilian hard wood home w/ stone accents is charming! Walk to beach. Excel lent short term rental or private residence. DAYDREAM IN UPPER CAROLINA Fabulous views Coral Bay to BVI in masonry 3 bdrm/3.5 bath Majestic Mile home. New furnishings, private pool & bdrm suites, hot tub, stone/brick landscap ing, solar hot water, shutters, custom cabi nets & 10k generator. Cute wood cottage (NC) on property. The Company that gives back to St. John OWN A MONTH IN A LUXURY 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 $42,000 $8,000,000 MLS 14-100 BEACHFRONT VIDEO $875 ,000 MLS 14-97 $249,000 MLS 12-177 $795,000 MLS 13-128 $395,000 MLS 13-410 $3,095,000 MLS 13-454 VIDEO $1,325,000 MLS 14-79 RAINBOWS END AT BATTERY HILLclean and cheerfully decorated poolside condo is conveniently close to town w/ nicely manicured grounds. Seller says make an offer! $465,000 MLS 12-358$995,000 MLS 13-3 $8,340,000 MLS 12-404 VIDEO PASTORY CONDO PALMY DAZE breezy, vaulted-ceiling, 2 bdrm/2 bth condo overlooks outer cays & sunsets. Well-maintained, com fortably furnished w/ attractive fully-equipped kitchen! Great condo community offers lush landscaping, view, pool and convenient parking. $499,000 MLS 13-381 $1,200,000 MLS 13-392 $795,000 MLS 13-467 $1,235,000 MLS 13-523 $3,650,000 MLS 14-51 $1,300,000 MLS 14-56 $849,000 VIDEO MLS 13-500 NEW LISTING PENDING SEARCH ENTIRE ST. JOHN MLS, VIEW PROPERTY VIDEOS AND NEWSLETTER/SALES HISTORY AT WWW.HOLIDAYHOMESVI.CO M LOTS OF LAND LISTINGS!! MOTIVATED SELLERS!! SOME SELLER FINANCING!! CAROLINA from $ 55,000 EMMAUS hillside $ 75,000 FISH BAY from $ 79,995 CHOCOLATE HOLE from $ 118,500 HANSEN BAY hillside & WATERFRONT $ 139,000 GLUCKSBERG from $ 195,000CONCORDIA from $ 225,000 FREEMANS GROUND from $ 225,000 CALABASH BOOM hillside $ 235,000 VIRGIN GRAND ESTATES from $ 249,900LOVANGO CAY South shore from $ 250,000UPPER MONTE BAY/RENDEZVOUS from $ 799,000 SABA BAY hillside & WATERFRONT from $ 999,000 PETER BAY/NORTHSHORE from $ 1,650,000 WESTIN TIMESHARES from $ 500/weekONE MONTH FRACTIONALS from $ 42,000 HH-TW 3.10.2014 B.indd 1 3/6/14 12:14 PM St. John Tradewinds News Photos by Yellena Rogers of Caribbanese 2.
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