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WELCOME!


The Saint Barth Weekly is
happy to be back for its third
season. The Weekly is designed
for you, to help you put your fin-
ger on the pulse of the local com-
munity. Featuring an English
r6sum6 of the top stories of our
French newspaper "Le Journal
de Saint Barth", as well as origi-
nal articles in English, the Saint-
Barth Weekly is the only com-
pletely English-language news-
paper on the island. It comes
out every Friday from November
through the end of July. Our
most exciting news is that each
Friday, The Weekly is also avai-
lable on line at Saint-Barth
Online (www.st-barths.com), the
wonderful web site that our
friends Laurence and Peter
O'Keefe created in 1996. Thanks
to them, you can now download
every edition of the Saint-Barth
Weekly, so that no matter where
you are in the world, you can
stay in contact with the island.


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Yachts


59 year-old
Frenchman
from Saint
Nazaire died on
Thursday, February
9, after a collision
between a small
zodiac of 2.5 meters
that he was driving,
and the small motor-
boat from the yacht
"Daybreak," a Mar-
lin 350 approximate-
ly 11 meters long
and piloted by one
of the capitans of
the yacht, a 38 year-
old man from New
Zealand. The wife of
the deceased man
was also suffered
injuries to one of her


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The harbor in December


legs and was immediately
taken by boat to the hos-
pital in Saint Martin. The
couple, who had left
France five years ago to
sail around the world on
their boat, "Opus," had
just arrived in Saint
Barth. They didn't even
have the time to do their
entry paperwork when the
accident took place at
7:20pm in the port chan-
nel, as the two boats
headed to the Port of
Gustavia. The pilot of the
small zodiac fell into the
water, was his wife was
able to stay aboard. The
efforts by firemen and
rescue workers to try and
revive him were in vain
and it seems that he had
died immediately. The
exact cause of death is
unknown, and will be
determined by an autopsy
in Saint Martin this week.
An investigation into the
accident has begun. After
the first reports from wit-


nesses were given to the
national police in Saint
Barth, the investigation
was turned over to the
Northern Islands nautical
brigade based in Saint
Martin. The New Zealan-
der, who presented him-
self to the police, has
been charged with two
things: "involuntary
homicide caused by the
manifest violation of
security regulations
imposed by the law," and
as for the second victim,
"involuntary injuries
causing the temporary
inability to work for less
than three months caused
by the manifest violation
of security regulations
and safety as imposed by
the law." As indicated in
his deposition, the pilot
was driving at an exces-
sive speed, wel above the
three knot speed limit
imposed for navigation in
the channel.


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Listen to music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party


Special events
I Sunday, Febmuan 19
Camaval Rehearsal
in Gustavia starting 5:30pm
"Mas a Ananas"

Heritage days in Corossol
from 10:00 am to 6pm
Different traditional demons-
trations

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Papa Guyo & the Gypsy's,
from 9 pm to midnight,
La Plage Saint Jean
- "Adam Falcon", urban folk,
from 9 pm to midnight,
Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Lounge mix, 7 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- All selected quality lounge


music by Philippe,
Zanzibarth, St Jean
- Screen Live concert from
6.30pm, Caf6 Yacht, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 8pm,
Gaiac restaurant, Hotel Le Toiny
I From Tuesday to Saturday
Philippe Nardone on piano, from
the Copacabana to Montmartre,
from 7pm, Taino Lounge,
Christopher H6tel, Pointe Milou
I Thursday, February 16
- Bikini coca from 12pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Night, DJ Kerby
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
-Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Friday, February 17
-Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 Carl Gustaf, Gsutavia
- BalearicAftemoon by Franky,
from 2 pm, La Plage, Saint-Jean
I Saturday, February 18
- BalearicAftemoon by Franky,


from 2 pm, La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
from 5:30,Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Sunday, February 19
- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
from 5:30,Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Tuesday, February 21
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
- Romantic night, at restaurant
Zanzibarth, St Jean
I Wednesday, February 22
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
Gustavia
I Thursday, February 23
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
Gustavia
I Friday, February 24
- Live Music with B.R.H., Blues
Rock Harmonized from8:00,
Santa F6, Lurin

Let's Party
I Every night
Ti St-Barth, every night a
different theme, Pointe Milou
I Sunday
Amazing Sunday (DJ, fashion
show...), Nikki Beach, St-Jean
I Wednesday
BBQ on the beach from
8 pm, Nikki Beach, St Jean

Night Club
I Every Monday
Disco Party, at Casa Nikki,
Gustavia

I Every night
- Casa Nikki, mix by Jacques
Dumas & Pascal, Gustavia
- Feeling (except tuesday),
Lurin, from 10 pm
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Bubbles Club, Gustavia
from llpm

Exhibits
I Through April
- Stephanie Leroux sculptures,
Carl Gustaf hotel, Gustavia
I Through February 20
- Stephanie Leroux sculptures,
Toiny H6tel, Toiny


I Through February 25
Jean-Pierre Ballagny, "Japan
in St Barth" Porte 34, Gusta-
via. Opening Saturday,
February 18 at 6:30pm

Exhibition of paintings
of Alain le Chatelier, at Les
Artisans, Gustavia.
I Through March 17
Denis Perrolaz, at Jane's
Gallery Eden Rock, St Jean
Friday, February 17 : Cocktail
reception at 6:30

) Through Februarv 25
Andy Warhol, "Vanishing Ani-
mals" in collaboration with the
Andy Warhol Foundation of
New-York, Me.di.um gallery,
Gustavia
I Through February 25
Jeffery Dread, "Love is in the
air", Nikki beach Saint Jean
I Permanent exhibits
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
presents Monique Joumod,
Wall House restaurant, Gustavia
- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Spidler, Christian Mas gallery,
Gustavia
- Zaza Noah, Tamarin
restaurant, Saline
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Antoine Heckly, Made in Saint-
Barth boutique, St-Jean
I Art Galleries
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
0590278841
- To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
- Me.di.um gallery, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I Eveiy day
-1:30 2 pm, Case de l'ile, Hotel
Isle de France, Hamands
- 9 pm, Lolita Jaca, La Scala
Restaurant, Gustavia
I From Tuesday to Sunday,
1.30pm, fashion show
featuring Geisha Vampire,
La Plage, St Jean
I Every Tuesday evening,
6:30 pm, Boutique of the H6tel
Isle de France, Hamands


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following on an
extremely success-
ful 2005-2006 hol-
iday season, Tradewind
Aviation has announced
the St. Barth Shuttle
scheduled service
between San Juan, Puer-
to Rico and St. Barthele-
my, FWI. Beginning
February 3, 2006, St.
Barth Shuttle flights
depart San Juan on Fri-
day, Saturday, Sunday
and Monday at 8:30 a.m.
and return from St.
Barth's at 10:30 each
morning. The flight
time is less than one and
a half hours in air condi-
tioned comfort. The
fare is $350 per person
each way. "Long week-


ends in St. Barth are
now a convenient
option," explains David
Zara, Vice President of
Tradewind, "passengers
can easily fly to San
Juan from the 'states the
night before, enjoy a
relaxing evening in San
Juan, and be on the
beach the following
morning." "We are
proud to be an additional
link for the people of St.
Barth" says Eric Zipkin,
Tradewind Aviation's
President. "With the St.
Barth Shuttle, residents
of St. Barth can easily
access shopping and
connecting flights
throughout the world."
The St. Barth Shuttle


joins Tradewind Avia-
tion's highly successful
VIP charter service to
and from all islands of
the Caribbean and
Tradewind's world-
renowned service in the
continental United
States. Tradewind Avia-
tion operates a fleet of
Cessna Grand Caravans
and Pilatus PC-12's
based in St. Croix, USVI
and is the only U.S. Jet
Prop charter company to
be specifically author-
ized to operate in and
out of St. Barth's. The
Caravan and Pilatus are
the newest aircraft to be
found anywhere in the
Caribbean; with air-con-
ditioned executive-con-


figured interiors and
plenty of room for lug-
gage, they offer excel-
lent service to the
islands of the Caribbean.
Tradewind flies all
flights with two fully-
qualified experienced
crewmembers, all of
whom have been specif-
ically authorized to fly
in the challenging envi-
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Caribbean.
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the St. Barth Shuttle and
VIP Charter services can
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A t Fleurier, in the Neuchatel
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Parmigiani creates watches
that are also art objects.

Mesure et Art du Temps (Measure
and Art of Time) is the name of the
watch business that Michel Parmi-
giani has set up in Fleurier, and it's
also the philosophy of this master
watchmaker who launched his own
brand name in 1996. Measure as in
rigor, technical sophistication and
precision; art as in beauty, balance
and harmony. The two form an ide-
al combination in the timepieces
that Michel Parmigiani has been
restoring for years now. After train-
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school in Fleurier, which no longer
exists, he dedicated many years to
the renovation of old timepieces. Then
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name with financial backing from the
Sandoz Foundation. He named it
Parmigiani (his name) Fleurier (his
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tory, are just as indispensable to his
work of creation as the immense vol-
ume of expertise he has been gather-
ing over more than twenty years of
examining with his expert eye the
most sophisticated of old watch
movements. The remaining activity is
divided into two parts, one-off or spe-
cial pieces (about 10% of the total)
and standard lines: Classic, Toric,
lonica, Basica etc.

The strength of a style

Parmigiani's strength is no doubt a
result of the consistency in the collec-
tions and the excellence of the manu-
facturing, but also of a unique design
which makes a Parmigiani watch
stand out from any other. It's a signa-
ture and, due to its rarity, an individual
item with a strong style; the Parmi-
giani style, for the watchmaker from
Fleurier, has found a style of his very
own. Proof enough, no doubt, that he's
won the wager he made in 1996, and
that through him the spirit of Fleurier,
that unique, age-old tradition which
has nourished and enriched him, con-
tinues to be perpetuated.


wounded in 1996, Sub-
Protect is a non-profit
organization dedicat-
ed to the protection of
the environment and
the underwater sea
beds. Last year, they
provide "Ashtrays on
the Beaches." The
idea is to provide the
installation of cans-as-
ashtrays at the
entrance to the beach-
es so that smokers can
use the cans to collect
their cigarette butts.
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P e W h A weekly column about island residents and
GPeople Watch guests from foreign shores
By Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Jeffery Dread, Artist


I Tlove Saint Barth," says visu-
al artist Jeffrey Dread, over
coffee one morning at Maya
To Go. He cuts quite a figure on the
island, zipping around is his black
convertible Mini Cooper, dreadlocks
bouncing in the sun. His love for the
island has translated into a Valen-
tine's gift, an exhibit of his work
(February 14-21) at Nikki Beach,
entitled "Celebrating Valentine with
Artwork inspired by Love, Life and
Synergy." His bright, multi-colored
images of stars were seen at Nikki
Beach in December in an exhibit
called "Hollywood Icons."
A native of Haiti, Dread moved to
New York in 1987 to study art, and
escape the political climate of his
country. "I worked as a taxi driver to
pay for college," he recalls, and per-
haps it was all this driving through
the streets of the Big Apple that
helped him fall in love with the city.
"I liked the skyscrapers and fast pace
of life," he says. He was soon part of
the scene, living in New York but jet-
\cI'in to the Cote D'Azur. St. Barth
couldn't be far behind, and once he
discovered the island, he considers it
his home away from home.
In 1998, Dread co-founded Celebri-
tyVibe Entertainment, Inc.; a compa-
ny with an extensive digital photo-
graph library. Eventually he began
making portraits of the many
celebrities he has photographed,


including Michael Jordan, Ashley
Simpson, Beyonce Knowles, Giorgio
Armani, Mariah Carey, Mick Jagger,
Paris Hilton, Sophia Loren, and Tom
Cruise. The list of people who have
his work on their walls is equally
star-studded. His artwork can be pur-
chased and commissioned at Pho-
toVibe Gallery, in South Miami
Beach. His choice of colors is elec-
tric and vibrant: "I love Carnival in
Rio and in Haiti," he admits, adding
that the colors seen in Carnival cele-
brations helped inspire his work.
The special valentine's exhibit
includes paintings based on love, life
and synergy, such as a large pink


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canvas with four white circles and
lots of little red hearts, or another of
a large red heart with the words "I
love you" written in many different
languages. Circles and words such as
"romance, friendship, bond, and liai-
son," represent the idea of synergy
between two people, as Dread
believes in "circles of life" and "cir-
cles of love."
If Nikki Beach represents a certain
type of celebrity-induced lifestyle,
Dread is part of the picture, with
exhibits planned at Nikki Beach loca-
tions around the world. "We are all
celebrities in our own rights," he
says. "We all can make a difference."


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La Bouillabaisse Marseille:

La Bouillabaisse, the most typical dish of Marseille, was originally
a fisherman's dish. While sorting out the fish intended to be sold
they used to put aside certain species which they would then
prepare for their families and themselves. It is a very simple family
dish which has evolved over the years.

Today there is a Bouillabaisse Chart that includes precise
ingredients which are important to maintain tradition
while respecting the culinary art of the Chef.

La Bouillabaisse Marseille must consist of at least 4 types
of Mediterranean rock fishes: scorpion fish, white scorpion fish,
red mullet, skate, conger eel, john Dory, cigale de Mer (Mediterranean
crustacean resembling a lobster) or spiny lobster.

The Bouillabaisse is served in two servings, the fresh fish soup
and the whole cooked fish.
There is, however, one fundamental rule: the fish must be cut up in
front of the guests. La Rouille, which is a typical sauce, accompanied
with croutons to be served both with the soup and the fish.

You can enjoy la Bouillabaisse Marseille at Restaurant des Pecheurs
where traditional Marseille Bouillabaisse is served for lunch and
dinner each friday.
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Denis Perrollaz, feet on
the ground and head in the stars!


T he work of painter
Denis Perrollaz, a
French artist who also
spends time in New York,
will be on exhibit at Jane's
Gallery at the Eden Rock
in St. Jean, from February
17 through March 17.


This 41 year-
old self-taught
artist is
inspired by
materials and
language, likes
to paint bare-
foot, and has
created 13
large pieces on
Plexiglas
based on the
theme of the
planets. Two
other canvases
complete the exhibition
which opens on Friday,
February 17 at 6:30pm.
The artist will also be
available at the gallery
every day after 12:00pm,
during the exhibit.


Jean Pierre Ballagny

exhibits at Galerie Porta 34


S winter Jean-Pierre Bal-
lagny will exhibit 25
of his works at Galerie
Porta 34 in Gustavia (for-
merly the Bagdad Galerie)


from February 8-25. The
works include studies and
paintings created during his
stay in the country of the
Rising Sun in the winter of
2004, as well as numbered
boxes of designs also
inspired by Japan and illus-


rating the legend of Tanaba-
ta-Sana that Jean-Pierre had
completed earlier. If some of
this work has already been
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complete the exhibit have
never been shown to the
public. The opening of the
exhibit will take place on
Saturday, February 18 at
6:30pm. Jean-Pierre Bal-
lagny, Porta 34 (former Bag-
dad Galerie), Gustavia.


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immediately hosted a party at La Terrazza
for an international group of friends on the island.
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DAUPHIN TELECOM REINFORCES ITS POSITION IN SAINT BARTH:

Complete coverage

for ADSL and Amigo by April


limited to the windward side of
the island at the moment,
Dauphin Telecom's service,
Domaccess, launched in Saint Barth
in February 2005, will cover the
entire island by April, thanks to a
second DSL relay in Lorient. This is
the same date that AMIGO, a GSM
mobile phone network launched in
Saint Martin in June 2003, will func-
tion in Saint Barth, as announced last
Thursday by Alain Haillant, founder
and director of Dauphin Telecom,
during a press conference presenting
the new services of this group based
in Saint Martin.
For the moment, the news is limited
to price cuts in terms of ADSL serv-
ice. Dauphin Telecom, the only
company to offer unlimited down-
loads, will have five different offers:
from reception at128K with 64K for
transmission at the low price of 19
euros, to the service at 1M/256K for
59.90 euros. There will also be a
"booster" service at 1M/128K for
just 39.90 euros for those who
download large files regularly. The
company has also indicated a con-
siderable boost in service once Alca-
tel, with the support of the Regional
Council, installs the "Guadeloupe
digital cable" Guadeloupe and Puer-
to Rico via Saint Martin with a spur
to Saint Barth.


An uphill battle
For many, Dauphin Telecom is a lit-
tle like David fighting Goliath: a
local company that has grown
thanks to its perseverance and
capacity for innovation. Launched
in July 1998, in Saint Martin by
Alain Haillant, who is also the man-
ager of Cariburo, the exclusive rep-
resentative for Canon in the North-
ern Islands, Dauphin Telecom beat
the odds when they were given a
GSM license and launched their
first small mobile phone network in
June 1999. In June 2003, GSM


AMIGO replaced that first network,
once Dauphin was given the green
light. At the same time, Dauphin
launched Domaccess, its ADSL
service, beating France Telecom
whose service was available a few
weeks later. Dauphin Telecom also
offers prepaid Intercard phone
cards, claiming 70% of the market
in the Northern Islands. In Saint
Barth, Dauphin's best known serv-
ice is "1613," a prepaid phone serv-
ice that offers substantial reductions
on long distance communications.


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110th

birthday

today !

oday, Thursday
February 16,
Eug6nie Blanchard,
who is better known by
her nickname, Douchy
i 't. cLclhlcll in papamien-
to), celebrates her 109th
birthday, while Irmise
Rosey will have 103 can-
dles on her cake next
monday, February 20.
Both centenarians are
pensioners at hospital de
Bruyn (Irmise has lived
there since 1975 and
Douchy since 1980),
where their lives continue
but are rather restricted.
Douchy, who has not spo-
ken for quite a long time,
also has hearing and sight
problems, but does not
require any specific med-
ical treatment. Her strong
constitution has given her
quite an exceptional life
span. Irmise had her left
leg amputated in 1998,
and receives daily treat-
ment to increase her
blood circulation. She can
no longer see, but does
speak although her words
are sparse, according to
her nephew who was
interviewed at the time of
his aunt's 100th birthday.
In spite of her advanced
age, Douchy is not the
oldest woman Guade-
loupe. That honor
belongs Mathilde Albina
n6e Tafna, who will be
111 years old in March
16. She was born in
Lamentin in 1895 and has
lived in a geriatric center
in Raizet since 1985.


egend had it
that both
Abb6 Maher r
and Father Bathes
were buried in the
Catholic Church in
Gustavia, supposed-
ly beneath the
stones that marked
their tombs. But this
turned out to be not
exactly true. Work-
ers who are current- Qi0tr .
ly renovating this t :.
religious structure .*W
have found that the *
tombs of the two a
priests are actually
elsewhere, one
along the axis from
the altar to the main -
door, the other to
the left of the altar.
It is -. Hu l that the
stones marking their
tombs were relocat-
ed the last time the
church was renovat-
ed in the 1970s.
The stone for Father
Jean Baptiste
Barthes indicates
that he was born in
1793, and that he
arrived in Saint
Barth in 1833 where he assumed the
duties of parish priest. He died in Gus-
tavia on April 7, 1836, and was buried at
first in the cemetery in Saint-Jean before
he was inhumed in the church during its
first major renovation. Built in 1829, the
church was battered by a hurricane in
1837, and as a result underwent renova-
tions that stretched until 1843!
Abb6 Alfred Mah6 arrived in Saint
Barth in July 1857, and set about sepa-
rating the parishes of Lorient and Gus-
tavia. The result? From 1857 through
1972, when the two parishes were once
again made into one, there were two


priests officiating in Saint-Barth: one in
the church in Lorient and one in Gus-
tavia. But Abbe Mah6 did not stay on
the island for long. He passed away at
the age of 33 in Goyave (Guadeloupe)
on October 3, 1858, where he was
buried until he was moved on November
20, 1859, to the church in Gustavia, with
his sepulture placed in front of the altar.
Last Wednesday, the parish council was
to meet and decide if they should
replace the stones above the tombs, or
leave the stones where they are and/or
make new plaques indicating the pres-
ence of the tombs.


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The traffic circle at La
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hill near the airport) has
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for who has the right-of-
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St Barth WEEKLY
Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth"
Ph. : 05.90.27.65.19 Fax: 05.90.27.91.60
ISSN- 1766-9278
e-mail: stbarhweek wanadoo.fr
Director & layout: Avigael Haddad
Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation and English texts: Ellen Lampert Greaux,
Photographe: Rosemond Greaux,
Advertising sales : Chlo6 Ameur
Impression : Daily Herald


* Horoscope
ARIES (March 21- April 19): Attend
events that will bring you into contact
with old friends. Show your true
colors and don't hold back for the sake
of being nice, it won't help anyone.
You feel best with people who know
who they are. The song that you're

one that everyone deserves to hear.
Put your talents to work. Higher ups
will appreciate your creative flair.

TAURUS (Apr. 21- may 21) : This
week's scenario is highlighted by
excitement and anticipation. A new
beginning starts the week with a
splash. The change of venue will
make your life a lot more fun. Focus
on the tasks at hand rather than wor-
rying about what might have happe-
ned. The preparation and energy that
has been spent on this project will
ensure a great foundation to your
future.

GEMINI (May 22-June 21): Negotia-
tions shouldn't be too hard for you, as
you know everyone else so well.
Keep a humorous tone when conduc-
ting business and you'll win every-
body's heart You'll be able to promise
most anything right now, even rare
things that you thought were beyond
your reach. The i .. ,11 of your
beliefs will give you an almost super-
natural power over others.

CANCER (June 22-July 22): You
need to grow beyond previous expec-
tations. Social events will turn out to
be lots of fun and very fruitful. Youll
feel timid at first, but your courageous
heart will give you the confidence you
need. You're worth far more than you
realize. Compliments will be paid to
you. Somehow you have beaten the
odds. Favors will be asked and gran-
ted. Love is evident.

LEO (July 23-Aug 22) : If you can
wrap up your work early in the week,
.......li..... ...... interesting will come
along. Good advice opens up new
doors of opportunity for you. Combi-
ned action is good, but you are still
the best judge of your own needs.
Take time to help children with pro-
jects that may be too hard for them to
do alone. You'll be rewarded for your
time and patience.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 23):
Your intuitive feelings will become a
reality. Make changes to your career
direction. Attend seminars and find out
what you need to know. You have
ideas that will grow and prosper, if you
j .; ,. l...... 1 J .,... i.. l i. oh Try
to be patient and things will come your
way. The ... i. i ...i possess will
show your importance. You may feel


timid about plans for the coming
weekend. Be strong and .... liih.
will work out.

LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23): Turn the
familiar around and look at it from
other's perspective. You should be
aware of new developments and
understand their reasoning. It's time
for a little growth spurt. Shake up
your schedule and see what happens.
Don't forget your family obligations.
The work will have to be done by you
alone. Make arrangements that will
allow you to start a home-based busi-
ness.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24 Nov. 22): Your
need to experience new avenues will
lead you into unusual situations. You
will make mistakes if you let your
emotions take over. Good manage-
ment is appreciating what everyone
contributes. You ..II.. i ..... i .i -
nation and passion.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21):
Relationships begun this week are
likely to last forever. An emotional
bond may happen where you were
looking for an intellectual connection.
Incentive programs will inspire new
loyalty and creativity from co-wor-
kers. You can make some positive
changes to your living arrangements if
you are willing to do the work your-
self.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20) :
A friend or lover will give you the
seed from which to grow your answer.
Beware of those who would take
advantage of your giving nature.
Once you spend your money, it stays
spent. Don't let yourself be taken for
granted.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) :
Your intuition will lead you in the
right direction. Put your money in a
safe place and don't let anyone talk
you into giving it away. Your energy
may fade, but your mood remains
high. You're at home among the arts
and the artistic. Travel will initiate
new friendships. Look to friends for
sound advice. You don't want to make
a bad move. Try to experience some-
thing unique. Don't give up on love,
be more attentive.

PISCES (Feb. 20 March 20) :
Spare yourself the aggravation by
being prepared. Creative communica-
tion carries added value. Feelings and
intentions may not be in perfect ali-
gnment. Spend time with people who
challenge you. The more competitive
you are the better. Listen and observe,
and you will pick up the knowledge
you need to get ahead.




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E ric Delcroix,
who was
recently named
director of the Aeva
observation network
for sea turtles in the
archipelago of Guade-
loupe, spent last week
with the staff of the


marine park in St
Barth. Last Friday, he
gave a public lecture
entitled "Biology,
Ecology, Preservation
and Protection of Sea 1
Turtles," at Espace J M
M6t6o Caraibes. The H
lecture provided a o ea
chance to discover (or
rediscover) the secret life of these
marine reptiles. Here are a few of the
main points discussed:

Seven species worldwide
Seven species of sea turtles were
counted worldwide in a recent cen-
sus. Of the six varieties found in the
Atlantic, five are observed more or
less regularly in the archipelago of
Gaudeloupe. These include hawkbill
turtles, green turtles, leatherback tur-
tles, loggerheads, and the most rare,
Olive midley. The hawkbill, green,
and leatherback species feed and
reproduce here while the loggerheads
and "-.' c" only come to feed, as the
loggerheads prefer the waters of
Florida or Brazil for reproduction,
while the "olives" head toward the
beaches of British and French
Guyana as well as Surinam.

Reproduction can be difficult
The numbers say it all: out of every
1,000 eggs that are laid, only one
becomes an adult turtle. Knowing
that these reptiles are late bloomers in
terms of sexual maturity (not before
the age of 25), a female, according to
her species, can lay between 400 and
800 eggs per season, but she only
lays eggs every other year. The guess
is that a female only gives birth to a
"viable" turtle once every four years.
Reproduction of marine turtles is dif-


ficult and rare, and even if they have
succeeded in existing for many thou-
sands of years, it would take very lit-
tle for them to disappear completely.

How do they lay eggs?
At night, the female leaves the ocean
and finds a small, calm beach that cor-
responds more to less to the place
where she was born. Their instinct is
highly developed and according to the
species, they might cover -i6 'u\.,iI. of
miles to lay their little eggs in the same
place they themselves were born. The
ritual of egg-laying is always the
same: the female sweeps the sand for
about ten minutes then with her back
feet digs a cylinder about two to three
feet deep, where she places the eggs.
She recovers the nest, and two months
later the babies emerge.


Temperature determined
the sex of the turtles
The sex ratio of sea turtles is general-
ly one male to three females but this
is actually decided by the temperature
of the water. There are more e males
where the water is colder, more
females in warmer water. A tempera-
ture near 80 degrees results in an
equal number of males and females.
Once born, the baby turtles leave the
nest and head toward the sea, yet as
they head for the most highly lighted


place, urban lighting
nearer and nearer to
the beaches can cause
the problem of babies
found on the road
behind the beach.
Allowing that a baby
reaches the water, it
swims for four days to
reach the open seas
where it will spend the
first two years of its
life, during the phase
called "pelagic." Later,
it returns to the shore-
line, where until it
reaches sexual maturi-
ty, at 25 or 30 years, it
goes back and forth to
the open seas. This is the "juvenile
benthic" period. As an adult, it will be
able to reproduce. Coupling takes
place in the ocean, near the place
where the eggs will be laid. Several
males may be interested in the same
female and the process might get a lit-
tle violent.

MARIE GALANTE,
THE MOST POPULAR SPOT
FOR EGGS IN GUADELOUPE
With almost 400 egg "nests" noted
every year, Marie-Galante is by far
the most important spot in the
archipelago. Most are by hawkbills,
with about 30 by green turtles.
Petite Terre is the second most pop-
ular site, and the north coast of
Basse Terre is popular for
leatherbacks (50 nests per year),
hawkbills and green turtles occa-
sionally lay their eggs here as well.
With just six nests observed per
year, Saint Barth is far from first
place in terms of eggs, but that does
not mean that sea turtles are rare
here. In fact, it is only recently that
turtles laying eggs have been
observed. Yet due to observations
made by various diving clubs and
the marine park, it seems as if Saint
Barth is primarily a zone where sea
turtles come to feed, and that more
and more of them are apparent in
the waters around the island.











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