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WEEKLY KICKS

OFF FIFTH

SEASON!
Here we are again at
the beginning of ano-
ther winter season, and
we are happy to be
back on the scene with
the second issue of the
St. Barth Weekly, now
in its fifth year. Whe-
ther you come to the
island frequently or are
a first-time visitor, we
hope you'll enjoy The
Saint Barth Weekly, the
baby brother of the
Journal de Saint Barth,
our weekly French
newspaper. An English
language publication,
The Weekly covers the
island from all angles,
allowing you to keep
your finger on the pulse
of local politics, news,
arts, and cultural
events.
The Weekly is free and
comes out every Friday
from November
through the end of July.
Pick up a copy at your
hotel, at the tourist
office in Gustavia, or at
numerous restaurants
and boutiques.
Please feel free to offer
your suggestions about
things you'd like to see
in The Weekly, and
once you leave the
island you can stay in
touch by down-loading
The Weekly's electronic
version at
wwwstbarthweekly.com


Peaceful Fish,

A Diver's

Paradise

Impossible to miss with a 35-ton crane
on its rear deck, Peaceful Fish has been
anchored at the main dock in Gustavia
since the middle of last week. It is quite a
contrast to the mega-yachts that surround
it, even if its six cabins are equipped for
comfort.
Built in 1980 as a provisioning ship for an


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oil platform at sea, this boat has had four
names and as many destinations in its life-
time. Completely renovated in 2006 by
Kirilloff & Associates, Peaceful Fish is
now more like an expedition boat, outfitted
with everything one needs to cruise the
waters of the world: "The owner likes
speed, motors, and is passionate about deep
sea diving," says Brent Chapman, who has


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Captain Brent Chapman
been the boat's skipper since June. So
Peaceful Fish carries with is a 37' speed
boat, Fountain, as well as a 34' fishing
boat, a 50' dive boat (which remained in



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Cannes, the last port the boat visited) six jet
skis, two Harley-Davidson motor cycles,
numerous knee and wake boards, and the
equivalent of a high-tech diving club that
has the latest, high-performance diving
gear. Aboard Peaceful Fish, in addition to a
decompression chamber for two people,
and diving gear for at least 20, there is
also gas-mixing equipment that mixes
nitrogen, oxygen, and helium for extreme-
ly deep or long dives. The owner recently
added two new of the newest generation
of rebreathers*, to add to the two already
on board. The list stops there: "non, we do
not have a sub-marine aboard," says
Chapman, who is happy in his new role as
captain of this ship after a career in the
merchant marine.
Before making its first trip to Saint Barth,
Peaceful Fish was in Cannes since its reno-
vation was complete at the beginning of
the year. It should stay in Saint Barth until
February. Last but not least, the owner of
Peaceful Fish also has a second boat, Mar-
lena, currently in Saint Barth as well.


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Port of Gustavia

Fuel Pump Now In Service


The Earth .S,. ,ik

More Seismic Activity

In Martinique


uel has been pumping meet them and collect pay-
once again at the Port ment, which must be made
of Gustavia since in euros-cash or a check
Tuesday, December 4, drawn on a French bank.
under the aegis of the local Credit cards are not accept-
govemment (COM). Jimmy ed. The price of fuel is the
Gumbs, a young islander, is same as at the other gas sta-
the manager of the station, tions on the island: 1.16
which is located at the edge euros for a liter of diesel
of the commercial dock in fuel; 1.26 euros for a liter of
Public. The station is fully lead-free gasoline.


automated-except pay-
ment-and reserved for the
use of nautical vessels and
equipment or machinery
used on the dock that can-
not be taken out onto the
road. Those wanted to buy
fuel use an intercom to alert
Jimmy Gumbs, who then
opens the pump automati-
cally. Customers are not
allowed to walk across the
dock, so Gumbs goes to


The station is open 35
hours per week,
from Monday through
Saturday as follows:
* Monday:
7-11am and 2-4pm
* Tuesday, Thursday,
and Friday:
7-11am and 2-5pm
* Wednesday
and Saturday:
7-11am


he earth shook once
again on Wednes-
day, December 5,
and was felt for several
seconds in Saint Barth at
8:12am. According to the
Soufriere Volcanic Obser-
vatory in Guadeloupe, this
was an aftershock of the
earthquake that took place
on November 29, approxi-
mately 44 kilometers
north-northeast of Mar-
tinique. This first earth-
quake was of tectonic ori-
gin and historically one of
the strongest in the French
Antilles, reaching a mag-
nitude of 7.4 on the
Richter scale. Its extreme-
ly deep epicenter-more
than 150 kilometers-lim-
ited the amount of dam-
age, yet one older person


died of a heart attack in
Martinique, where the
earthquake was most
extremely felt.
In Saint-Barth, the intensi-
ty of the seismic activity
was estimated between IV
and V-moderate to fairly
strong-on the MSK
(Medvedev-Sponheuer-
Karnik) scale, which
measures 12 intensities for
earthquake activity. There
was no local damage, yet
the prefect decided to
close the schools on Fri-
day, the day after the
earthquake, as a security
measure. The schools
reopened the following
Monday as usual, and no
damage had been
observed.


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Saint Barth

in Pre-Epidemic Phase


A little over a year
ago, on November
13, 2006, the nose
cone of a missile belonging
to the US Navy SSPO
(Strategic System Project
Office) and built by Lock-
heed Missile & Space
Company, was found near
Anse Mardchal. After being
assured that it was not dan-
gerous, it was turned over
to the French armed forces
based in Fort-de-France in
Martinique. On a visit to
Saint Barth last Thursday,
Admiral Philippe Combes,
the chief of staff in Mar-
tinique, told us that the


Amiral/' '. Combes,
, armed forces
in Frenc West
nose cone had been
returned to its owners,
without providing more
details.
The nose cone, found float-
ing in the sea before it
washed ashore near Anse
Marechal, came from a
testing exercise for
unarmed ballistic missiles,
most likely launched by an
American sub-marine.
There is nothing out of the
ordinary about this type of
testing-many armies have
this type of missile and test
them regularly-but it is
highly unlikely to actually
find pieces of the missiles.


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recently created
committee of health
officials form the
Northern Islands met for the
first time last Monday
evening and determined that
the island is in a phase of
pre-alert for an epidemic of
dengue fever, based in the
number of confirmed or
suspected cases. For the
past two weeks, this number
of cases has been just
beneath the level of an offi-
cial epidemic. This makes
health officials fearful that
an epidemic could follow if


On Saturday, Decem-
ber 8, the local non-
profit organization,
Saint-B'Art, will present the
fifth edition of "Arts Fest," a
complete day dedicated to
the arts. Designed to pro-
mote the island's cultural
activities, this event begins
at I 1'' ipi, and for the sec-
ond time will take place on
the main dock in Gustavia
and upstairs in the Capi-
tainerie. The program ranges
from painting exhibits to
theatre, as well as cinema,
dance performances, and
choral singing. Local food
will be made available for
dinner, and a snack bar will
be open all day.
"Arts Fest" will also present
the awards for the sixth


Various measures of preven-
tion and 2cll ing rid of mos-
quitoes have been put into
effect, but all visitors o the
island should be sure to pro-
tect themselves against
mosquito bites. One good
idea is to sleep under mos-
quito netting if you do not
use air-.. ndili !ii !_. and to
use insect repellant, espe-
cially in the early morning
and at sunset, the two times
of the day when you are
most likely to be bitten.


annual painting competition,
also organized by the associ-
ation, Saint-B'Art. As in
previous editions of this
competition, the winning
painting will be reproduced
on 10,000 pre-stamped
envelopes for sale at the
island's three post offices,
and the winner will receive a
check for 2000 euros. A
Public Prize allows the audi-
ence to select a second win-
ner who will receive a check
for 1000 euros. The voting
for this prize will take place
during the day on December
8, when the public will be
able to view the paintings
and vote for their favorite.
Arts Fest, December 8,
beginning at 3:30pm,
Gustavia Harbor

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Transafrican Classic

Jean-Christophe Thamas


Construction supervisor and
motorcycle fanatic Jean-
Christophe Thamas, who has
lived in Saint Barth since 2006, has
realized his dream: behind the han-
dlebars of a quad, he made it to the
shores of the famous Pink Lake,
near Dakar in Senegal. But rather
than take part in the famous Paris-
Dakar rally, which has become too
professional, he participated in the
second annual Transafrican Classic.


Setting out on November 1 from the
Grand Arch at La D6fense in Paris,
he reached the shores of the salt-
water lake on November 17, after
8,000 kilometers across African ter-
rain. On his return to Saint Barth, he
shared his impressions:
"I experienced some unforgettable
moments, and some magnificent
images keep coming back to me: the
dunes, the desert, the colors, the
savannah, the baobabs, the island of
Gor6e that we visited after our
arrival, the mythical Nega pass.
According to those who did it last
year, this second edition was harder
than the first. As proof, there were
several cars that flipped over, and
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two accidents with quads, including
that of Karl the quad expert from
Saint Martin, who was thrown from
his seat just 15 kilometers from the
finish line in Dakar. His tibia was
fractured in several places. As for
me, other than some pain in my left
hand, and general exhaustion, every-
thing was fine, but it is hard, very
hard, to get back to work! For my
first rally, it took some time to get
familiar with the instrumentation:


GPS, TRIP, road-book...! The quad
held up great and seems to be adapt-
ed to this kind of rally."
Concerning the itinerary: Morocco,
which I had already crossed on a
motorcycle twice, was the first stop
in Africa. After the Sahara, I discov-
ered a fabulous zone for driving.
You might have '11.uglii you were
on the famous Pikes Peak Highway
in Colorado. A steep hill you have to
attack in fifth gear while sliding on
the sand! Once you get to the top
you feel like making a U-turn and
starting over! The Western Sahara
leads to a zone that is incredibly
empty. The sand stretches as far as
the eye can see, with not a living


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soul, not the slightest relief, not even
a dune. After several hours you
finally see a tree that pops up in the
middle of nowhere, listed
as a landmark in the road
book. It was a good place
to stop in the shade for a
few minutes before a four-
wheel drive team stopped
to share some good
sausage and cool wine. A
surrealistic !ii 'c!!!i
The entry into Mauritania
is a little surprising: a few
kilometers of no man's
land and absolute desert
before discovering a differ-
ent kind of landscape and a
sparse population. Later we
left Mauritania and
approached Senegal by
crossing the Senegal River
by boat. Here the landscape
changes again with more
vegetation, people, and ani-
mals. It was very emotional on
November 17 when I finally arrived
in Dakar, at the famous Pink Lake
everyone talks about.
What are the positive aspects of the
rally? The route, the ambiance of the
bivouacs, the people you meet. The
negative points: the regularity (that
is not my specialty), the time on the
road when we went faster than 100
km/hour seemed interminable, even
dangerous, as I had a tendency to
fall asleep. As for my results, I fin-
ished fourth in the quad class. My
goal was to finish the race and to
enjoy myself. Mission accom-
plished."


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Swedish Design Center To Showcase Jewelry

By Sebastian Schildt


he Swedish Design
Centre of St.
Barthelemy
(www.swedishdesigncen-
tre.com), located in Les
Amandiers, Route de
Saline, St. Jean, has
announced an exhibit of
work by Sebastian Schildt,
one of Sweden's most skil-
ful jewelers and silver-
smiths, with an opening
reception on Saturday,
December 8, from 4-8pm.
Schildt will be on hand to
launch an exclusive collec-
tion of fine, handmade gem
jewelry, each piece one of a
kind. He carefully studies
the stones he selects to see
exactly how they capture
light to decide which set-


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ting shows them at their
most captivating. Born in
1964 in Stockholm, Swe-
den, Schildt works with
precious gems, silver, and
gold, as both a silversmith
and a jeweler, a very


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Recently opened by Nils
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offering an innovative,
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classic objects and acces-
sories of Swedish design,
heritage and origin. It is
also the island's exclusive
distributor for established
and up-and-coming design-
ers of Swedish jewelry, sil-
ver, glass wear, furniture,
and home accessories. "For
this very special "old
Swedish island in the
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selected a range of items
that we personally appreci-


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tomers will enjoy in years
to come, whether for their
own homes or as gifts to
cherished friends," say the
owners.


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Through December 15. 2007

Terry O'Neill at the Eden Rock

Jane's Gallery


Program*


Fr .
Rare show by the
celebrated Eng-
lish photogra-
pher, Terry O'Neill, is at
Jane's Gallery, the art
gallery at the Eden Rock,
through December 15.
The show recalls the
world of fashion and
celebrities over the past
four decades.
From Hollywood stars
to rock and roll stars,
fashion icons and great
sports figures, Terry
O'Neill rubbed shoul-
ders with the legends of
the 20th century, photo-
graphing them in an
informal way: Judy Gar-
land, The Beatles, The
Rolling Stones, Raquel


I Beach i '. Terry 0'.
Welch, Clint Eastwood,
Robert Mitchum, Isabel-
la Rossellini,
Mohammed Ali,
Pavarotti, Eric Clapton,
and members of the
British royal family are
all part of an impressive
portfolio that puts the
photographer among the
best portraitists in the
world.
At the Eden Rock, 23
photographs are on dis-
play including one of
the artist's most famous,
that of American actress
Faye Dunaway, taken by
the swimming pool at
the Beverly Hills Hotel
the day after she won
the Oscar as Best


Actress in 1976. An inti-
mate black and white
photo-with several
newspapers scattered
around the actress and
her Oscar statue on her
breakfast tray-this
image is in the perma-
nent collection of the
National Portrait
Gallery in London, Eng-
land. The photographs at
Jane's Gallery are the
latest prints made under
Terry O'Neill's supervi-
sion and signed by the
photographer.

Terry O'Neill
at the Eden Rock-
Jane's Gallery
through December 15


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* 1 :l'pin ASCCO dance per-
formance presented by Kim
(main dock)
* 4:00pm: Children's flamenco
performance organized by
Manu (main dock)
* 4:15pm: Adult flamenco
performance organized by
Manu (main dock)
* 5:00pm: ASCCO dance
school performance, organized
by Kim (main dock)
* 5:30: Piano recital by stu-
dents from the association,
Escapades, organized Shirley
(main dock)
* 6:00pm: Chorale de Bons
Choeurs, choral singing
(upstairs at the Capitainerie)
* 7:00pm: Adult flamenco per-
formance organized by Manu
(main dock)
* 7: 'l ln Theatre performance
presented by SB Artists
(upstairs at the Capitainerie)
* 8:15pm: Projection of the
DVD, Memories Of Our Past,
and short films presented by
the association, Cin6 Saint
Barth (upstairs at the Capi-
tainerie)
* Throughout the day: the
public is invited to participate
in the voting for the Saint
B'Art painting competition.


St Barth Weekly n0129


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TIME OUT


Where to go dancing? See an art exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I


Special Events
I Through mid-December,
Gourmet "festival:"
Cuisine from the Chateau
du Domaine de Saint-
Martin on the menu at
Bartolomeo, Guanahani
Hotel, Grand Cul de Sac.
I Saturday December 8
Celebrate the Arts
on the main dock in
Gustavia and upstairs
in the Capitainerie.
I Fireman's Celebration
This Weekend
- Saturday, December 8
3:30pm: Sports activities
in St Jean
6pm: Mass at the Catholic
Church in Gustavia
In the evening: Fireman's
Ball at the Fire Station,
St. Jean
- Sunday, December 9
11am: Parade of fire
trucks in Gustavia
11:15am: Photo sessions
for kids, Rue de la
Pharmacie, Gustavia



Live Music
I Through December 7,
a chance to hear the duo
invited by PapaGuyo at the
restaurant, La Plage, on the
beach in Saint Jean: Grant
Green Jr. (son of the cele-
brated jazz guitarist) and
Bill Sims Jr., both outstand-
ing bluesmen. A musical
experience not to miss, start-
ing at 9pm.


I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Nadine Lafond Trio through
December 8, Roots music,
Americana, Experimental,
from 9:00 pm to midnight,
Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 6pm,
except Sunday, Kazz'n Blues,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Papagayo & friends, Live
Music, except Monday, at
La Plage, St Jean
I From Monday to Saturday
- Isabelle Blanc, on the piano
starting at 7:30pm, Ga'ac
restaurant, H6tel le Toiny
) From Sunday to
Wednesday
- St6phane Cano, sunset live
music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia
I From thursday to Saturday
- Christine Gordon, sunset
live music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia
) From December 10,
- Evan Goodrow, soul-
singing, blues guitar playing
powerhouse, from 9:00 pm to
midnight, Bet'a Z'ailes,
Gustavia
) Friday, December 7
- Latino Evening, with Dj
Regis, Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
at 9:00 pm
-West Indies Night with dan-
cing and a DJ at Caviar
Island, Gustavia
) Saturday, December 8
- Zouk Evening, with Dj,
Ti Zouk K'f1, Gustavia
at 9:00 pm
- Ibiza Evening with DJ
Marco from Ibiza at Caviar
Island, Gustavia


Let's Party
I Monday
- Marrakesh Party, with
Oriental Dancers, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Tuesday
- Chic & Romantic, Jazz
blues, Saoul, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Wednesday
- From 60's to the 80's, Funny
& Sexy spectacle with glam-
ourous dancers, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Thursday
- Angels party, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Saturday
- DJ Guillaume Mas at Le
Cesar, St Jean
I Sunday
- Brunch at Manapany, Mix
music, from noon to 3:00 pm

Night Club
I Every night
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin
I Monday
- Electro evening, Yacht Club,
Gustavia
I Tuesday
- Caribbean Influence, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
-Pink Party, dress code white
& pink, Casa Nikki, Gustavia
I Wednesday
- We never know Evening,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Thursday
- Pure House Evening, Yacht
Club, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I Everyday
- 1:30- 2 pm, Case de ITle,
Isle de France, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 8:30pm, fashion
show featuring Wild Side,
La Plage, St Jean
I Every Tuesday
- 6:30 pm, H6tel Isle de
France Boutique, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show
by Carole G, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou


spnere
Pilates s fitness
Pilates, Yoga & Reformer
Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...
0590279321

Exhibitions
) Jean-Charles Merle, painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Christine Marillier, at
Galery Porta 34, Gustavia
I Through December 15
Jeanne Susplugas, to b.art
Gallery, Gustavia.
I Through December 15
Tery O'Neill, portrait
photography. Opening
Saturday at 6:00pm, Eden
Rock Gallery, St Jean
) Through January 15
Patrick Chevailler, Carole G.
Art Gallery, Gustavia
) Permanent exhibits
- Elisabeth Moritz, les
Artisans, Gustavia Paints
with Leaves Silver
- Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
- Didier Spidler, Gustavia
- Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac

THE ART OF MASSAGE


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BODY TREATMENTS
GYROTONIC
by appointment: eviee
at your hotel villa or yacht
CoUR VENDME GUSTAVA
0590294810
www.excellencedessens.com


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Welcome in St Barts!


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Fashion show
presented by Wild
Side, the new bouti-
que at La Plage res-
taurant in St. Jean,
daily at 1:30pm.

13th weeding
anniversary


On Saturday, December
8, the local non-profit
organization, Saint-
B'Art, will present the
fifth edition of "Arts
Fest," a complete day
dedicated to the arts.
Activities will take place
on the main dock in
Gustavia and upstairs
in the Capitainerie.


celebrate
in St Barth


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Hanukah
Time!
Hanukah c
celebration:
Donna Rosell
and Roger
Cohen gathered
about 20 people
at the Donna del
Sol boutique to
light the first
candle on the
menorah.


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From Sweden: St Efim and Marie-Elaine Hiiggblom, and
Michael and Brit-Marie Gustavsson


Inspired by a recent trip to Egypt, the exhibit by
Emmanuelle Podgaretsky entitled "Tissages et Mitissages"
closed on Thursday evening at Galerie Porta 34. The artist
is seen here (left) with art dealer Elisabeth Benson.


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Large selection of grands crus.
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Local Weather


Friday
Scattered Clouds --
High: -4 F /29 C.
Wind NE 20 mph / 32 km/h
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 80 F. / 27 C.
Wind NE 24 mph /39 km/h

Saturday
Scattered Clouds C;-*- :*
High: 82 E. / 280 C
Wind NE 24 mph. /39 kmh.
('u11, 1 i I precipitation -I .
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 780 F. / i. C.
Wind NE 22 mph / 36km/h


Sunday
Scattered Clouds
High: 82 F. / 280 C
Wind ENE 22 mph. / 36 km/h.
( Iu11. 1,..I precipitation 80%
Night : Scattered Clouds
Low: 780 E / C.
WindENE24mph/39 km/h

Monday
Rain
High: 82 F. / 28 C
Wind East 20mph ,2ki In
Night: Rain
Low: 78 FE / 26 C.
Wind ENE 17mph/28 km/h


WANDA COIFFURE
HAIR DRESSING
SALON
MANICURE

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GUSTAVIA 0590 27 78 62


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with reasoning and logic. It's fun. It's challenging. It's
addictive!"Fill in the grid so that every row, every column,
and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9."That's
all there is to it.

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I REAL ESTATE
4 brand-new tastefully designed
condos, located in Lorient, only a few
yards from the beach. Well-equipped
kitchen, living room, 1 bedroom, 2
baths, with the possibility of creating a
second bedroom. Terraces and parking.
From 650 000 e to 740 000 e
Lovely two bedroom villa, including
kitchen, living room, two baths, plunge
pool and garage in a nice modern d4cor.
Large deck with a sofa area in order to
enjoy the morning and afternoon sun.
For sale before the 31st December 2007
only. Price 700 000
Tel.: 05 90 29 88 91
www.sibarth.com
Rental
Weekly rentals available for
vacations, and Christmas
period. Check out our web-
site at www.missimmo.com
or contact us at info@mis-
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Real Estate
For sale, a beautiful three
bedroom, 3 bathroom and

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pool villa privately set on the
hillside of St Jean with unob-
structed views on the bay.
Contact St. Barth Property/
S ,.'hi ,' ", International
Realty: 0590 29 75 05
For sale, a charming property
situated on the hillside of
Vitet. 2 bedroom villa with a
terrace, swimming pool and
jacuzzi which offers a beau-
tiful view on Grand Cul de
Sac. A second bungalow
offers one more bedroom,
kitchenette. St Barth
Property / 4. ilii, "
International Realty 0590 29
75 05

For sale, a lovely two bed-
room villa with pool situated
on the hillside of Corossol.
Newly built with high stand-
ing materials in a contempo-
rary style. Not to be missed.
Contact St. Barth Property/
s ..lihi', International
Realty: 0590 29 75 05


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to the St Barth Weekly office at Les Mangliers
(near La Poste) in Saint-Jean before 2:00pm
on Monday. 20E by issue


U Emergency numbers


Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy A6roport
Gustavia
Saint Jean


05 96 70 92 92
059027 1170
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 / 05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
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large terraces and pool, very well built with nice material.ew over
the ocean and small islands under the sunset.



Extension possible. DVW40 4 300 000 Euros
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CLOSE TO GUSTAVIA
for this 4 bedroom villa with pool, well furnished
and very nice view over the cean and sunset.
Extension possible. Rf. YB 3 500 000 Eur
(agency fee included)
CLOSE TO GUSTAVIA
this 4 bedroom villa with pool offers
a very nice view over the ocean and sunset.
Ref. YB 3 500 000 Euros
(agency fee included)
BUILDING LANDS FOR SALE
Must see it. From 670 000 e to 1.300.000 C
(agency fee included)
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