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Publication Date: November 23, 2006
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WELCOME!

The Saint Barth
Weekly is happy to be
back for its fourth sea-
son. The Weekly is des-
igned for you, to help
you put your finger on
the pulse of the local
community 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 Wee-
kly is the only comple-
tely English-language
newspaper on the
island. It comes out
every Friday from
November through the
end of July. Our most
exciting news is that
each Friday, The Wee-
kly is also available on
line at Saint-Barth
Online (www.st-
barths.com), the won-
derful web site that our
friends Bruno and
G6raldine Colletas
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.


16th annual Gustavialoppet


One more time!


ddy Romil, 42, and
Myriam Esdras, 30,
were the winners of
the 16th annual Gustavialop-
pet on Sunday, both winning
the event for the second year
in a row. Both runners live in
Guadeloupe and participated
for the second time in the
"Course des As" a 10-km
race from Saint Jean to Gus-
tavia and back. A record
number of runners 117 in
all left the starting line at
the stadium in Saint Jean at
7:30am under a light,
refreshing drizzle. Longer by
about 500 meters this year,
the itinerary ran along the
pond in Saint Jean before
joining the main road toward
the airport, then up the hill to
the traffic circle and down
toward Gustavia by way of
Public, around the town of
Gustavia, then back to Saint
Jean by way of the road past
the infirmary and the weather
station. The finish line was
back at the stadium.
Eddy Romil completed the
race in 34 minutes and 32
seconds, more than a minute
in front of Bruno Coutant,
43, a runner also from
Guadeloupe who participat-
ed for the first time. The first
runner from Saint Barth to
cross the finish line was
Daniel Leroux, 39, who took


third place. Among the
women runners, Myriam
Esdras, was in 19th place
overall as she swept across
the finish line after 43 min-
utes and 18 seconds. She
admits she did not have to
really push herself too hard,
as she did not have any seri-
ous competition this year. In
fact, the second woman,
Myriam Benchabane (Saint-
Barth) arrived 30th, more
than four minutes later, with
Carole Thionville coming in
third. This year, the
youngest participant was 25-
year old Vanessa Seguy,
who placed 74th overall and
12th in the women's catego-
ry. The oldest runner was an
82-year old Swede, who not
only completed the race, but
came in 82nd overall and
16th in his class of "Super
Veteran," which had twelve
participants.
A total of 29 Swedish run-
ners were on the starting line
for the 16th annual Gus-
tavialoppet (which means
"Race of Gustavia" in
Swedish), and which serves
as a reminder that Saint
Barth was under Swedish
rule for almost 100 years-
from 1784 to 1878- before
being returned to France, its
former ruler. In addition to
local runners, and those


daay Komil, winners 2UU0
from Guadeloupe and Swe-
den, there was also an Ital-
ian, Giuseppe Gazzari who
came in fourth, two
Venezuelans -Miguel
Romero (9th place) and
Mondolfi Aleisa (42nd
place), an American, Mick-
iel Cornish (26th place), a
Belgian, Jos Verjans (37th
place), and one runner from
Switzerland, Etienne Jaeger
(66th place).
The event kicked off the day
before with the "Foulees des
Ti-Moun," various races for
children in the sports stadi-
um in Saint Jean. And on
Sunday morning, in addition
to the 10-km marathon,
there was also an 8-km
"Healthy Heart" walk in
which almost 100 people
participated. Rosa and Tom,
11 years old, arrived first,
crossing the finish line
together.


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missile was found on Mon-
day, November 13, near the
beach at Anse Marechal, as
reported the prefecture in
Martinique, where the clos-
est French civil security
office is based. Two bomb
disposal experts came to
Saint Barth from Mar-
tinique, accompanied by an
armed forces specialist for
the Antilles, to conduct tests
on this missile part that is
property of the United States
Navy and was manufactured
by Lockheed Martin Missile
& Space Company, as indi-
cated by the labels on the
interior. The tests revealed
that there was nothing dan-
gerous, explosive, or


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At the same time, tests done
on samples taken from the
nose cone show that there
was no danger to the envi-
ronment either: "This fuse-


lage is not dangerous, and is
not toxic in any way," said
Magalie Audrin, press repre-
sentative for the prefecture.
"This missile was most like-
ly part of an underwater bal-
listic exercise," she added,
noting that such events are
not unusual. Many armies
possess this type of missile,
including France, and exe-
cute this type of maneuver
under the control of an inter-
national authority run by the
United Nations, which
serves as a clearing-house
for the type of these military
exercises. It is rare, or one
should say, almost impossi-
ble to find traces: the residue
is usually recovered or has
sunk. In fact, according to
the prefecture in Martinique,


Anse Marechal-at the far
end of the beach near the
Guanahani. They reported it
to the gendarmerie on Mon-
day, November 13, but local
fisherman had already seen
it the day before, on Sunday,
November 12, when it was
floating in the water, nose
down. The relatively good
condition of the fuselage
indicates that the missile
was shot not too many days
before it was found,
although there is no proof
among the elements found.
A "ballistic" missile is a
weapon-delivery vehicle
that has a ballistic trajectory
over most of its flight path,
yet is not powerful enough
to enter into orbit.


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Special Events
I Thursday, November 23,
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- Christopher special anima-
tion
- White Party a la Plage
I Through mid-December
Gourmet "festival:" Cuisine
from the Relais Plaza, a chic
Parisian brasserie,
on the menu at Bartolomeo
Guanahani Hotel,
Grand Cul de Sac.


Live Music
) Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30pm to 1:00am,
Bar't6, Hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Darian Cunning Trio
through December 9
-soul, indie, alternative
music, from 8:30pm
to midnight, Bet'a Z'ailes,
Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano,
8:00pm, except Monday,
Galac restaurant,
Hotel Le Toiny

I From November 21
to November 25:
BBQ party at Indigo restau-
rant, Guanahani Hotel,
Grand Cul de Sac

) From Tuesday to Saturday
- Phil on piano, Christopher
H6tel, Pointe Milou
From Tuesday to Friday
- Nadege, sunset live music,
from 5:30pm, Carl Gustav
Hotel, Gustavia
) Friday. November 24
- Live Music at the
Restaurant La Plage, St Jean
I Saturday. November 25
- Grand Mechant Zouk,
Ti Zouk K'fe at 8pm
- Music Mix at the
Restaurant La Plage, St Jean
- Piano bar with Alan,


Caviar Island, Gustavia
- Live band at the Santa Fe,
Lurin
) Tuesday. November 28
- Caribbean Steel Band
with BBQ evening,
La Marine, Gustavia
) Thursday. November 30
- Live Music at the
Restaurant La Plage, St Jean


Let's Party
) Monday
- Cream evening by Mateo,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
- <>, Casa Nikki,
Gustavia
) Thursday,
-<>, dress code
white & pink, Casa Nikki,
Gustavia
- Angel Party, Mixed by
Franky Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Saturday
- Acoustic Duo, La Marine,
Gustavia
) Sunday
- Every Sunday, Brunch
at Manapany, Mix music,
from noon to 2 :30 pm


Night Club
) Every night
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia


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) Basile, haitian painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
) Through December 10.
Group Show: Dolores
Marat, Babeth Montagnier,
Jeanne Susplugas, Raimun-
do Figueroa, to b.art Gallery,
Gustavia
) Permanent exhibits
- Michelle Marie's
new exhibition at the Hotel
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia


- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
- Spidler, Christian Mas
gallery, Gustavia
- Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
- Antoine Heckly, Galerie
Indochine, Gustavia
- Wall House restaurant :
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
present selection of paints:
Philippe Bertho, Monique
Journod,
Pierre-Luc Bartoli...

) Art Galleries
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
by appointment only
- To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
- Me.di.um gallery, Gustavia
- Central bART Gallery,
near Ti Zouk K'fe, Gustavia
- Pipiri Boutique, art gallery,
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Hotel Isle de France,
Flamands
- 1.30pm & 7:30pm, fashion
show featuring Geisha
Vampire, La Plage, St Jean
) Every Tuesday evening,
6:30 pm, Boutique of the
H6tel Isle de France,
Flamands


Three Jazz Concerts

At The Christopher
Darby Dizard is back
at the Christopher
Hotel for three
exceptional evenings
of jazz. As she was
last year, the singer
will be accompanied
on piano by Christo-
pher Cheney, her
husband and talented
pianist, as well as a
composer and con-
ductor. With her clas-
sical training and
background singing
opera, Darby Dizard
has performed in
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and concert halls, from Birdland to Carnegie Hall in New
York City. Her dulcet timbre has frequently been com-
pared to that of Ella Fitzgerald or Sarah Vaughn.
Darby Dizard & Chris, at the Christopher Hotel, Thurs-
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MISSING
MAN FOUND
Sn Monday, November
13, at approximately
2:30pm, a 40 year old man
was reported as missing.
According to the gendarme-
rie, a letter of despair found
in the man's car led to a
search at sea and on land to
try and find him. The effort
involved the gendarmes, as
wel as a nautical brigade and
a dog-team from St. Martin,
as well as the firemen, the
municipal police, and mem-
bers of the local rescue-at-sea
station who set out in their
rescue boat, the Contre Ami-
ral Noel, and volunteers who
know the island terrain.
Their seach proved to be in
vain, as the man was found
safe and sound at approxi-
mately 5:00pm on Tuesday,
November 14 at the site near
Grand Fond known as
"Washing Machine." He
was taken to his home and
examined by a doctor.


nce every four
years, the town of
Pointe-a-Pitre in
Guadeloupe welcomes the
arrival of the transatlantic
sailing race, the Route de
Rhum, from St Malo,
France. This event includes
the participation of several
racing boats considered
"Formula One Of The
Sea," cutting-edge tri-
marans which pulverize the
records set in the last edi-
tion of the race. This year,
the winner was Lionel
Lemonchois, aboard
Gitana 11, who crossed the
Atlantic in 7 days, 17
hours, 19 minutes, and 6
seconds, at an average
speed of 19.11 knots,
crushing the previous
record by four days! He


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crossed the finish line on
November 6, 2006, the first
of approximately 80 entries
in eight classes, some of
which had not yet arrived
when we went to press.
Last Sunday, Safran, a 60'
mono-hull that competed
in the IMOCA category of
the race, pulled into the
Port of Gustavia. With its
90-foot mast announcing
its presence, the boat was


The Official Map
Published
On thick glossy paper
with a white back-
ground, 60,000
copies of the new "official"
map of the island has been
published by the municipal-
ity of Saint Barth. This
bilingual, English-French
map includes the kind of
information regularly
requested by visitors to the
island (panoramic vistas,
historic monuments, etc...)
as well as official and prac-
tical information such as
zones protected by the
Marine Park and their regu-
lation concerning endan-
gered species, as well as the
location of drug stores, gas
stations, and banks.
A large map of Gustavia on
the reverse side indicates
the direction of traffic on
the various streets, as well
as the location of monu-


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anchored at the main dock
until Monday evening,
when it set off on its return
voyage to France, sailed by
the technical team for skip-
per Marc Guillemot, who
took seventh place honors
when he crossed the finish
line on November 15 after
16 days, 17 hours, 57 min-
utes, and 26 seconds, at an
average speed of 8.81
knots.

Of Saint Barth


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ments of interest, and
where to find the post
office, hospital, ferry termi-
nal, and other useful infor-
mation. 30,000 copies of
the maps are available at
the Municipal Tourist
Office and the Port of Gus-
tavia, while the remaining
30,000 were distributed
throughout the island.


A Boat From The Route Du Rhum
Visits Saint Barth


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Three Saint Barth-Swedish Friendship Associations

Meet For The First Time


L a Route des Bou-
caniers hosted a
cocktail party on Fri-
day afternoon marking an
important occasion: the first
time that all three presidents
from the Saint Barth-
Swedish friendship associa-
tions were together. Daniel
Blanchard represented
ASBAS based in Saint
Barth, Roger Richter (who
replaced Olle Nyman in
2001) as the head of Skall-
skopet, the Swedish Friends
of Saint Barth association
based in Stockholm, and
finally Thomas Waalsten,
president of the Friends of
Saint Barth association in
Pitea. This group was creat-
ed just two years ago, fol-
lowing a visit by Peter
Roslund, the mayor of


Daniel Blanchard representative ofASBAS, Yves Greaux,
first deputy mayor Thomas Waalstin, president of the Friends
ofSaint Barth association in Pitea, andRogerRichter
the head ofSkallskopet
Pitea, the Swedish port that ated the manner in which
has been the twin city to the general population of
Saint Barth since 1978. He the island respects its
was impressed by the warm Swedish history. He was
welcome he received on also one of the authors of a
Pitea Day, celebrated in report published in the
Saint Barth every year on island's municipal bulletin
August 15, and he appreci- (as well as in the pages of


the Journal de Saint Barth
once it has been translated
into French by Maj Dufau)
encouraging ties between
the inhabitants of Pitea and
the former Swedish colony.
Thomas Wallsten, also in
favor of these ties, was in
Saint Barth for the third
time, following his first vis-
it in 1996. He and his wife,
Eva, participated in the 8-
km 'Healthy Heart' walk
last Sunday. Roger Richter,
in addition to his role as the
president of Skallskopet,
also coordinates the group
of avid Swedish runners
for the Gustavialoppet. He
ran the race himself, com-
ing in 40th out of 117
entries, and was the first of
the Swedes to cross the
finish line this year.


Femur completes emergency
equipment at the hospital
A portable cart F- a
for the Titan
ultrasound
machine that the
hospital has had
for the past two
years, and a
monitoring sys-
tem for pregnant
women: these
are the most FEMUR was created in
recent pieces of equipment 1981 thanks to an initiative
financed by FEMUR by a long-time American
(Funds For Emergency resident of the island,
Medical Equipment) and Peter Mund. Financed
donated to the emergency exclusively by donations,
service at the Hospital de 80%-90% of which come
Bruyn in Gustavia. This from American patrons,
equipment was presented this non-profit association
at the end of October to the has a single goal: to
medical staff and hospital improve the medical equip-
director, Pierre Nuty, by a ment at the local hospital.
delegation from FEMUR, The funds collected are
led by its president, Joe used to purchase medical
Felix. A faithful donor to equipment that is in turn
the Hospital de Bruyn, donated to the hospital.


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1- Thalia Grdaux, 2 years old and Gunnar
Lotsberg 82 years old.
2- Runners from Sweden with the organizers of the
Gustavialoppet on the beach in Petit Cul de Sac.
3-Venezuelian runners in the Race : Miguel
Romero and MondolfiAleisa
4-Guadeloupean Myriam Esdras won the Gusta-
vialoppet for the second time.
5-New Asbas members : Gilbert Laplace and pru-
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Route des Boucaniers


L'Agence, Annual
Cocktail Party!
L'Agence organized its annual
cocktail party for its clients last
Friday night at the Galeries du
Commerce in Saint Jean. It was
the perfect occasionfor the
owner, Fabienne Le Gall, to
present the new logo and the
staff Karine, manager for sea-
sonal rentals, Julie and Valhrie,
administration, and Ronald,
bookkeeping.


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Wind East 15 mph/25 km/h
Chance of precipitation 40%

Friday ri
Chance of rain ..,
Scattered Clouds ':'"'_ .'
High: 840 F/290 C
Wind ESE 15 mph/25 km/h
Night :Rain
Scattered Clouds
Low: 770 F / 250 C
Wind East 15 mph/25 km/h


Saturday .T
Rain '.-
High: 840 F/29 C ...-
Wind ESE 13 mph/ 21 km/h
Chance of precipitation 60%
Night: Chance of Rain
Scattered Clouds
Low: 770 F/ 250 C
Wind East 13 mph/21km/h
Chance of precipitation 30%

Sunday
Rain -
High: 86 F/30C
Wind East 13 mph/21 km/h
Chance of precipitation 70%
Night: Chance of rain
Scattered Clouds
Low: 780 F / 260 C
Wind ENE 13 mph/21 km/h


H Driving in St Barths
ROUND-ABOUT AT LA TOURMENTE
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cm altered the traffic patterns
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FOR YOUR INFORMATION


YIELD:
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ENTER


* Puzzle
There's no math involved.
The grid has numbers, but
nothing has to add up to
anything else. You solve
the puzzle with reasoning
and logic. It's fun. It's chal-
lenging. It's addictive!


Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy Aeroport
Gustavia
Saint Jean
H Useful numbers


Voyager
Rapid Explorer
Winair
St-Barth Commuter


Air Caralbes
American Airlines
Taxis Gustavia
Saint-Jean
St Bar (Bus Service)
Town Hall
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post ,-' Gustavia
Marine Reserve


"Fill in the grid so that
every row, every column,
and every 3x3 box con-
tains the digits 1 through
9."
That's all there is to it.


05 96 70 92 92
059027 11 70
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
8 /05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
05 90 29 02 12

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05 90 27 66 97
05 90 87 10 68
05 90 27 60 33
0590276101
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0590276631
0590277581
05 90 29 44 19
0590298040
0590298081
05 90 27 60 33
05 90 27 62 00
069031 7073


Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia 05 90 27 95 38
.1 church Sunday 9am. 05 90 29 74 63
Fi .. church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am


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Harbour
Boat company

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U Classified ads


Real Estate
For sale, a very pretty apart-
ment of 150m2, garage, private
swimming pool, 2 bedrooms
and equipped kitchen. Beauti-
ful and quality decor with a fan-
tastic view of Gustavia. This
property must be seen.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International Realty"
: 0590 29 75 05

For sale, a completely renovat-
ed apartment of 120m2.
Located in Marigot, 2 bed-
rooms, terrace, patio etc.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International Realty"
: 0590 29 75 05

For sale, pretty creole house on
166m2 of land. Consisting of
one bedroom, one bathroom, an
office and an American exterior
kitchen opening onto a deck
withjacuzzi.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotherby's International Real-
ty": 0590 29 75 05

KAT: Extraordinary location in
Gustavia, for this 1 bedroom
apartment overlooking the har-
bor facing the sunset, including
living room, bedroom, terrace
with dining area and Jacuzzi
$645.000. Exclusive listing
Sibarth Real Estate
0590298891

Property in Devet (panoramic
view between Toiny and Petit
Cul de Sac, villa with 3 Bed, 2
Bath on 1/3 of acre 1,260,000
euros. Contact CMI
05 90.27.80.88





Solution

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to the Sudoku


Appartment in Saint Jean Sea
view, fully equipped 750,000
euros. Contact CMI:
05 90. 27.80.88


Land
BDL: Large parcel of land gen-
tly sloping with an easy access.
Peaceful it also benefits from a
pleasant view over the country
and the sea. A precedent condi-
tion regarding the granting of a
building permit is accepted by
the owners. 1 800 000 euros
Exclusive listing
Sibarth Real Estate
0590298891

Land in Flamand, surface 1/3 of
acre with viability (power,
water, tel) 1,050,000 euros.
Contact CMI 05 90.27.80.88


Looking for
St Barth: Live-in House Man-
,. ook/Concierge
A Live-in House Manager/
Cook is required for a city resi-
dence in St. Bart's. Working the
equivalent of 5.5 days per week
on a salary commensurate with
experience plus accommoda-
tion in a 4-bedroom house.
Accomplished cook a must.
The person must know the area
and act as a concierge. Only
experienced, EU work permit
holders who are completely
French-English bi-lingual
please apply via email to
suzanna.newton@
btintemet.com


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Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" ISSN-1766-9278
Ph. : 05.90.27.65.19 Fax: 05.90.27.91.60
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Director & layout : Avigael Haddad
Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation : Ellen Lampert Greaux,
Photographe : Rosemond Greaux
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