Title: St Barth weekly
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Language: English
Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: March 7, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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S Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth"
05 90 27 65 19 stbathweekly@wanadoo.fr



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in English

he armed thief who held up
the cashier at the Oasis
supermarket and was also
suspected of three other thefts and
an attempted robbery was brought
before the judge in Basse-Terre on
Tuesday afternoon at which time he
was condemned to a 18 months in
prison, with at least two months
behind bars and a suspended sen-
tence of two years. He was imme-
diately incarcerated. This 29 year-
old man-originally from metro-
politan France-was already
known to the gendarmes, who
arrested him on Sunday morning.
His chronic state of drug addiction
influenced his behavior.
He had begun a series of robberies
on the night of February 28-29, by
throwing a rock through the win-
dow of a beauty parlor in the shop-
ping center, La Savane, across from
the airport. He illegally entered and
stole cash. He then tried unsuccess-
fully to break into the boutique,
Danible B Diffusion, before head-
ing to the Vaval shopping center in
Saint Jean. He used the same tech-
nique-a rock through the win-
dow-to get into the toy store, Un
dimanche a la mer, once again tak-
ing the cash, before doing the same
at another boutique, Couleurs de
Provence, where he took not only
money but also several sets of

knives. End of the first act.
The perpetrator reappeared at
lunchtime, a motorcycle helmet on
his head, at the Oasis supermarket
in Lorient. He confronted the
cashier, who was alone at the time,
and menaced her with a knife, ask-
ing for the money in the cash regis-
ter. The cashier, who was in a state
of shock, gave it to him: net result
of 1,,470 euros. The perpetrator
was quickly identified and picked
up on Sunday morning but the
stolen money was not recovered.
Under police surveillance, he
admitted to another theft during the
night of February 22 at the Garage
de l'Etoile, where 50 euros and a
printer were taken.
This was not the first time an armed
robbery took place in Saint Barth,
yet this kind of crime remains
extremely rare. The last incident
dates back to December 1995, when
two men wearing full-face helmets
held up the small post office in
Lorient while it was closed for
lunch. Brandishing their guns, they
menaced the postal employee who
was inside. They took the cash and
fled on a motorcycle. They two men
were later caught by the police in
metropolitan France, and sentenced
to three years in prison although
two of three years were a suspended


Armed Thief Sentenced

To 18 Months In Prison

Open over 20 years



Patrick Sellez
+59 06 90 35





02 St Barth Weekly n0142

580.000 Euros In Tourist Taxes
In January
enacted as of January 1, 2008, a
new tourist tax of 5% of all sea-
sonal rentals brought in the sum
of 580,000 for the month of January.
This figure is lower than the expecta-
tions of the COM, whose president,
Bruno Magras, points a finger at those
who rent certain villas: "The hotels pro-
ceeded to declare and collect the tax, as
did the 28 agencies that rent villas and
apartments," explains Bruno Magras.
But he feels that there are certain villa
owners who rent directly to their clients
via the Internet and who think they are
exonerated from declaring their rentals
and paying the tax. It is those owners
that Bruno Magras will not excuse or
offer favors: "We are currently doing
research to identify these people.
They will be taxed appropriately,"
notes Magras, who was to meet with
Bernard Cressot, the general treasurer,
on Tuesday, March 4, to discuss the
procedure to collect the taxes. For the
president, the desire to collect these
taxes is not out of the norm: "It is to
be expected. We need these taxes in
order to meet the budget for the
COM. It is in the interest of every-
body on the island, since the more we
can collect, the less risk there is of
creating new taxes."


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veiling all around Asia, and the
world, Jean-Pierre Hennequet has
opened his second "GalerieAsie"
in Gustavia, St-Barths, at the back
of the harbour. His first one was
opened on Paris'left bank in the
mid-seventies, after he visited
China as early as 1972.
In Galerie Asie, some visitors feel

Tibetan religious pieces. Jean-
Pierre also shows an impressive
selection of Khmer sand-stone
sculptures, and many smaller
objects from almost every single
asian country. As well as a few truly
exceptional "Museum pieces",
including some from...Africa!
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like being in a
Museum, disco-
vering a very
personal and
eclectic choice,
ranging from
Papua New
Guinea to

...... ....... ..... .

What are the consequences for the Caribbean?

Ren6 Fury is the head of M6t6o
France, the French weather service
in Guadeloupe de. Throughout his
career, he has been interested n the
climatic changes and greenhouse
effect. For the readers of the Saint
Barth Weekly, he examines the
question of climate changes in the
Caribbean and in Saint Barth.

"During the 1980s scientists began
taking about the changes in the cli-
mate. At the time, they forecast an
increase in temperatures by three
degrees by the year 2100, but certain
models calls for an increase of at
least six degrees, if not eight. But we
didn't dare believe it... three degrees
would already be an incredible
Today, if the entire scientific com-
munity openly recognizes the dan-
gers of climate change, there are dif-
ferent theories, based on various
models of evolution. The differences
are less due to the uncertainty of the
models, but rather to the scenarios
that man opts to follow. That means
that an increase of three degrees
would result only from a rigorous
scenario limited greenhouse gas
emissions. The six-degree increase
would result from a less rigorous

What are the consequences
for the Caribbean?
In the Caribbean, climate change has
been marked by a change in temper-
ature that is less than the global
average, and not much of a change
in rainfall; nor has there has not been

a major change in the level of hurri-
cane activity. One change however is
the intensity of the hurricanes that
take place and the amounts of rain-
fall during a fierce storm.
At first glance, changes in global cli-
mate do not seem to be causing
major consequences on a regional
level. Perhaps an increase of two
degrees in temperatures would make
it a little harder to support the heat in
August, September, and October.
Economically, things are different:
the global increase in temperatures
will in effect multiply the number of
zones that have tropical climates,
and are competitive in terms of
tourism, at higher latitudes ...
But for the Caribbean and Saint
Barth in particular, the largest danger
would be an overall increase in sea
level, due to global warming. This
increase is essentially due to two
phenomena: thermal expansion of
seawater and widespread melting of
land ice (glaciers). A few years ago,
in 2001 to be exact, Metdo-France
participated in a simulation of the
melting of the large polar ice floes.
The model called for complete melt-
ing by the end of the 21st century.
However they have found that the
acceleration of this melting in 2007
was much faster than they anticipat-
ed. The consequence is that if this
speed continues, the ice floes will no
longer exist as early as 2070! Yet
even the melting of all this ice would
not cause an increase in sea level, as
the mass of this floating ice is
already taken into consideration.
But the rate at which the floes are
melting is an excellent indicator that

corresponds to the melting of the gla-
ciers of Greenland, or North America,
and the Antarctic. The total volume of
these continental glaciers-more than
20 million cubic miles-is enormous,
and if it were all to melt, the millions
of cubic miles of ice would raise sea
level by 275 feet!
Yet this will not happen tomorrow:
at the current rate, it would take at
least 500 years before this cata-
strophic scenario would take place.

In Saint Barth?
Armed with this information, what
are the possible consequences for
Saint Barth? If what they predict is
true, one can imagine that by 2050,
with an average temperature a few
degrees hotter, that the level of the
ocean would increase by approxi-
mately one foot as a direct conse-
quence. To that, one must add the
increase due to melting snows,
approximately one-half inch per year,
or an additional 1.3 feet. Or by 2050,
sea level might increase in Saint
Barth by 2.3 feet. What happens to
buildings along the beach, and also to
the port?
In conclusion, one can say that as the
climate continues to change and
reveal more surprises, whether one is
an optimist, pessimist or fatalist, the
rise of sea level is certitude, And if
the increase in the water level by
2050 is five inches or thirty-five inch-
es, the changes in the climate will
have importance consequences that
touch every person and every region
in the world.

St Barth Weekly n0142

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March 10-31, 2008 "Path Art Grand Fond"
rue du roi oscar II- Gustavia les.artisans@wanadoo.fr
Tel./fax : 05 90 27 50 40

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Campaign Si.,lFi, \i r II
The Lions Club of Saint-Barth,
The Most Generous
In The Caribbean and
Central and South America

Since the kick-off of the
project in July 2005, the
Lions Club of Saint Barth
has donated $54,000 to the
International Lion's Club
Foundation for its Sight-
First II campaign. The size
of the donation makes the
club the top donor through-
out the entire Caribbean
zone, as well as Central and
South America, as we were
told recently by the local
club. This also makes it the
most important activity of
the club, especially for
president Agnes Houchot
(2007-2008), who thanks
the population, both resi-
dents and visitors, for their

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After a first campaign in
the 1990s, the goal of First-
Sight II, which ends this
year during the annual con-
vention of the service club
in Bangkok, Thailand, was
to fight against loss of sight
through cataracts, river
blindness, and trachoma,
the leading cause of pre-
ventable blindness. The
Lions Club hoped to collect
150 million dollars through
the actions of 46,000 local
clubs -i! 'Uii~ ul the world.
According to the Lions
Club, the \;iiili!.l I cam-
paign helped seven million
people recover their sight,
and up to 20 million others
avoid serious loss of vision.


Anw n c,
Baa eimtsx 9.

Let's Hear It For The Environment:

Miles electric cars

arrive in Saint Barth

t a time when
Europe is just dis-
covering electric
cars, Auto Store Import is
already bringing Miles
electric cars to Saint Barth.
Miles is a California com-
pany-based in Santa Mon-
ica-which was recognized
as "the electric car compa-
ny of the year" in 2007. For
the time being they are pro-
ducing four models: three
small urban vehicles, the
ZX40, the ZX40S, and the
ZX40AD, plus a small util-
ity vehicle-and they vary
in price upon delivery in
Saint Barth from $19,500
to $24,500. By the end of
the year there should also
be a higher speed sedan,
and all five models are
available in Saint Barth
after a six-week wait.
This pro-environmental
effort was the idea of Thier-
ry Besse, who currently
lives in Miami, and Alpha
Delamotte, manager of
Auto Store Import. The for-
mer, Thierry Besse, is a
specialist in American auto-
mobile imports, and the lat-
ter is a mechanic and fer-
vent defender of the envi-
ronment; they quickly real-
ized that there is a bright
future for cars that cause

less pollution. The project
got underway a little over a
year ago and took root last
November when Thierry
Besse, seeking a rare pearl,
discovered the Miles cars at
an electric car show in Cali-
fornia. It didn't take much
to convince the two men to
start importing these closed
cars with real metal bodies
designed to look like regu-
lar cars, and enough power
to climb the island's steep
Here's the real deal: the
existing models have
enough autonomy to go
about 50 miles at a top
speed of 40 mph. It takes
four to six hours to
recharge the car using any
electric outlet, at a cost of
just one euro for the power
it takes to drive 50 miles.
The six batteries that com-
prise the motors of these
cars have an expected life
span of four years or
30,000 miles. After that
they must be replaced at a
cost of $350 per battery.
Maintenance includes
changing the automatic
transmission oil every
4,000 miles. Other than
replacing worn-out parts
(brake pads, windshield
wipers...) that's about it.

St Barth Weekly n0142

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Amazing interior decor down
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Tel. : (590) 590 876 868

K arim Allix is hard at
work on the Glad
Riders home in
Saint Jean (next to the
swimming pool). He is a
volunteer who simply loves
freestyle-on a bike or on
skates-and is currently
putting the finishing touch-
es on a "bowl" or freestyle
ramp in the shape of, well,
a bowl. He has also added a
dirt trail for freestyle bicy-
cles. Thanks to his efforts,
fans of freestyle sports can
now sharpen their skills in
an improved situation and
in full safety. But to com-
plete it all, Karim Alix-


who did all the work by
himself-needs a little
financial help to balance his
budget. Between hammer-
ing and cutting a piece of
plywood, he told us the sto-
ry of the bowl, which began
three years ago: "I wanted
to improve the first ramp I
had built four years ago, so

that the skaters on the
island could have the same
type of infrastructure you
find in the US or Europe.
The bowl is made of wood
and I think it is the only one
like this in the Caribbean. It
was very hard to build. First
I had to find the money. I
started three years ago and
as of today it represents 400
hours of work. It was a real
challenge!" Karim esti-
mates that the work will be
finished and the freestyle
ramp should be open in
another month and a half.
To help Karim complete the
"bowl" for skaters and the

dirt trail for freestyle bikes,
you can contact him at, or via
gladriders97 l@yahoo.fr
Karim can be found at the
"bowl" on Wednesday, Sat-
urday, and Sunday after-
noons as of 3pm.

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ourteen year-old Julie
Allard has won the
2007 Young Writers
short story competition
organized by the association
Saint B'Art in ,Iiiji l i. 'i
with the Journal de Saint
Barth, which published the
16 best stories of the 49
Miuhiiiillc A student at the
Mireille Choisy junior high
until Chirstmas, Julie has
since moved to Martinique
where she now lives. She
was not in Saint Barth on
Tuesday, February 26 to
receive the top prize: a lap-
top computer. Her apoca-
lyptic scenario, in which she
predicts the end of the earth
by 2057, was radically dif-
ferent from the dreamlike
story, Nelson And The Cave
Of Dreams, written by 13
year-old Mathieu Grard,
also a student at the junior
high and the second-place
winner in 2007 (he
also took second *,
place with his first .
entry in 2005). I
Third prize went to
L6a Goncalves-
Gouon for "Lost
Prince." Lea, who is
also 14 and a stu-
dent at Mirelle j
Choisy, won a prize .L
in 2006 when her
first story won the a

seventh-place prize.
Two additional prizes were
given for the first time at the
February 26 prize cere-
mony: the Lions Club
Prize-a gift certificate for
150 euros worth of books-
presented by Solaure
Gr6aux, who honored the
story that best embraced the
values of the service club:
friendship and altruism.
This prize went to Tainana
Terrier for her story, Jessica
The Little Girl Of Silence
And The Night, which tells
the tale f a young girl who
becomes deaf and blind, and
is keeping with the Lions
Club's completion of its
FirstSightII campaign
against blindness. Principal
Christian Led6e, on behalf
of the school, offered the
second new prize to the
youngest participant, in this
case Mailis F6brissy, just 11
years old.



Mathieu Grard
nd Lea Goncalves-Gouon
St Barth Weekly n0142

Julie Allard Wins

2007 Young Writers



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Au Port

05.90.27 62 36

Bete a Z'Ailes 05 90 29 7409
Carl Gustaf (Le) 05.90.29 79 00
Caf6 Victoire
Caviar Island 09905246 11
Do Brazil 05.90.29 06 66
Eddy's Restaurant 05.90.27 54 17
Jao 05.90.29 52 24
La Creperie 05 90 27 8407
La Mandala 05.90.27 96 96
La Marine 05.90.27 68 91
La Route des Boucaniers 05.90.27 73 00
Le Bistro 05.90.27 51 51
La Saladerie 0590275248
Le Sapotiller 05.90.27 60 28
Le Vietnam 05 90 27 8137
Pipiri Palace 05.90.27 53 20
Repaire des Rebelles 05.90.27 72 48
The Strand
Ti Zouk K'f6 0590279060
Wall House 05.90.27 7183
Esprit Saline 05.90.52 4610
Grain de Sel 05.90.52 46 05
Le Tamarin 0590277212
K'f6 Massai 05.90.29 76 78
Le Bouchon 05 90277939
Le Wok 0590275252
Le Portugal a St Barth 05 90 27 68 59
Le R6gal 05.90.29 85 26
Hostellerie des 3 Forces 05 90 27 61 25

Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" IssN-1766-9278
Ph.: Fax:
emoil: stborthweekly@0nodoo.fr www.stbarthweekly.com
Director & layout: Avigael Haddad Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation: Ellen Lampert Greaux, Photographe: Rosemond Greaux
Impression: Daily Herald

Le Gaiac (H6tel Le Toiny) 88
Saint Jean
Eden Rock 05.90.29 79 99
Kiki e Mo
Le Diamant 05 90 29 21 97
Le Jardin 05 90 27 73 62
Le Glacier 05 90 277130
Le Piment
La Plage
Le Cesar 05.90.27 70 67
Nikki Beach
"Z" 05 90 27 53 00
Pointe Milou
Ti St-Barth 05.90.27 97 71
Grand Cul de Sac
Bartolomeo (HItel Guanahani) 05.90.27 66 60
Indigo (I6tel Guanahani) 0590276660
Kazz'n Blues 0590 522126
Restaurant des pecheurs (Le Sereno)
Francois Plantation 05.90.29 80 22
Les Bananiers
Chez Rolande 05.90.29 76 78
La Case de l'Ile 05.90.27 6181
La Langouste
Taiwana 05.90.27 65 01
Anse des Cayes
Chez Ginette
Chez Yvon 05.90.29 86 81
Fellini Ristorante (H6tel Le Manapany)

Santa F6


St Barth Weekly n0142


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

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Alan Landry piano, 6pm,
except Sunday, Kazz'n Blues,
Grand Cul de Sac
- PapaGuyo and Friends,
Live Music, at La Plage,
St Jean
I From Sunday to
- 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
I Through March 30
Darian Cunning Quartet,
Indie, Soul, Alternative
from 9:00 pm to midnight,
Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia

CxceUences cdens
Christophe Marcheeau
and 9i tenam,welone you
at your hotel villa or yacht

Let's Party
I Tuesday
- Chic & Romantic, Jazz
blues, Saoul, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Wednesday
- From 60's to the 80's, Funny
& Sexy spectacle, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Thursday
- Angels party, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Sunday
- Brunch at Manapany, Mix
music, from noon to 3:00 pm

Niht CIub
) Every night
- K N'B Private Club,
Grand Cul de Sac Beach
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin
P Monday
- Electro evening, Yacht Club,
) Tuesday
- Caribbean Influence, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
-Pink Party, dress code white
& pink, Casa Nikki, Gustavia
) Wednesday
- We never know Evening,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Thursday
- Pure House Evening, Yacht
Club, Gustavia

Fashion Show
) Everyday
- 1:30- 2 pm, Case de 'ile,
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
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou

I March 10-31,2008
Sue Mcnally, painting,
Les Artisans,

I Gerald Tessier,
Photography, Toiny Hotel
I Sophie Burman, Galerie
Porta 34, Gustavia
I Bruno Prost, "Cactus made
in St Barth" Wall House
Restaurant, Gustavia
I Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
I Rose Murray at Comptoir
du Cigare, Gustavia

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

) Dave Stevenson
Jewelry & sculpture
les Artisans, Gustavia
) Art Galleries in Gustavia
- Carole G. Art Gallery
- To-b.art galerie
- Sandra's Art Gallery
- Pipiri Boutique, art gallery

I Yves Nadal, Pictures
Carole G. Art Gallery,


Michel and his staff are
happy to welcome you to their
pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner.
Lobsters Fresh From The Tank
100 gfor 6 euros

Featuring the famous
K N']'B Private Club
The After dinner spot of St Barth

H6tel Baie des Anges Flamands 0590 27 63 61

St Barth Weekly n0142

H At your services


egramie signs

and tableaux

Veronique Vandemoot
Blue Gecko Studio

^ l0690 39 92 74 0590 27 97 31
i 2 veronique.vandernoot@orange.fr

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/ A large selection of grands crus
Champagne Billecart salmon
Armagnac, Calvados, Rhum, French Vodka
Foie gras, Salt of Wine
s.,,,.na ,,,y Wine tasting every day at the shop
Easy to park your car & Free delivery
Your Wine Shop in Grand-Fond
Tel./Fax : 05 90 52 20 96
open Monday to Saturday
9:30am to 12:30am 2:00pm to 6:30pm



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Gendarmerie 05 9(
PAF / airport & port police 05 9(
Hospital 05 9(
Firedet. 18 /059(
Doctor on duty 05 9(
Pharmacy AMroport 05 9(

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* Useful numbers

Boat company

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Rapid Explorer

St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraibes
American Airlines
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system

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* and St-BARTH of course: we have a selection of land plots for sale, with and without
BP/PC. But they don't stay with us long usually We also specialize in search mandates and
VVIP discreet work.

Strictly by appointment.
We speak english, russian, spanish, (some) german, and... french!

"Mbi rOBopMM no pyCCKM "

Please do not hesitate to contact us


FAX. +590 (0)590 52 07 21 m E-MAI. : STBARTHESTATEIS@GMAIL.COM

H Local Weather

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row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the
digits 1 through 9."That's all there is to it.

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hill near the airport) has
altered the traffic patterns
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way. Now, vehicles
already engaged in the
traffic circle have priority.
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* Horoscope
ARIES (March 21- April 19): Travel
will be on your mind, but you
should be sure that you've got all
your work up-to-date. Romance
could develop through social acti-
vities or short trips. You will be
inclined to make unwise invest-
ment choices. You will learn a
great deal from people with diffe-
rent cultural backgrounds.

TAURUS (Apr. 21- may 21): You
will meet new romantic partners
if you get involved in seminars or
travel. Get involved in creative
groups. You will meet new
romantic partners if you get
involved in seminars or travel.
You can pick up information that
will give you an edge.

GEMINI (May 22-June 21): Don't
let others try to create unwarran-
ted guilt if you can't meet their
demands. You may be more emo-
tional than usual. You will easily
blow situations out of proportion.
You will have excellent ideas for
changing or renovating your

CANCER (June 22-July 22):
Promote your ideas now. Confu-
sion could result when communi-
cating with others. You are best to
keep your cash in a safe place.
Your financial situation may be
draining and it's time to make
some serious changes.

LEO (July 23-Aug 22): You need to
spend time with friends and
family. Take a second look; diffi-
culties with appliances, water, or
electricity in your home may be
evident. Obstacles may stand in
your way where career and suc-
cess are concerned. Use your
creative talent in order to accom-
plish your goals.

VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23): Be dis-
creet about any information you
uncover. Find ways to make extra
cash. Start making things or reu-
sing rather than buying ready
made. Try to convince a good
friend to take a holiday with you.
A new relationship can be yours
if you get out with friends.

LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23): Don't be
alarmed. There's lots to be done
and if you meet your deadline
you'll be in your boss's good
books. Limitations will set in if
you haven't followed the rules.
Avoid any intimate involvement's
with coworkers or employers.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24- Nov. 22): Your
competitive nature will enable
you to win any contest you enter.
Children may be difficult to
handle. Your irritability may
drive your loved ones crazy. You
should get involved with activi-
ties that can be enjoyed by both
young and old alike.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21):
Your high energy will help you
through this rather hectic day.
Opportunities for travel must be
carefully considered. You're
ready to take action and take
over. Sudden romantic infatua-
tions could lead to a significant
and prosperous connection.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20):
Do your work at home, if you
can. Someone may be trying to
make you look bad. Travel will
be in your best interest regardless
of whether it is business or plea-
sure. Your need to obtain additio-
nal details will lead you into
strange topics of conversation.
Don't be too quick to blame
others for your bad mood.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) :
Social activity with friends and
relatives will be most successful.
Deep discussions may only lead
to friction. You will eam recogni-
tion for the work you are doing.
You will have,, li;li.. I ...... '
than usual.

PISCES (Feb. 20 March 20) :
Jealous coworkers may try to
sabotage your attempts to get
ahead. Take time to reevaluate
your motives regarding friends-
hips. You will be in the doghouse
if you are being. Your high energy
will enable you to take the role of
leader in group functions.

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* Classified ads

HMW: Quartier du Roy 0.49 acre lot
with a certificate of urbanism. Quiet
area and gorgeous ocean views.
Price: 1,865,000E
BPL: 4 brand-new, tastefully
designed condos, located in Lorient,
only a few yards from the beach.
From 650 000E to 740 000E
STL: Lovely two bedroom villa with
pool. Large deck with a sofa area in
order to enjoy the morning and
afternoon sun. Price: 795 000e
Tel.: 05 90 29 88 91
Real Estate
For sale, a 3 bedroom villa
with pool with beautiful view
situated on the hillside of
Vitet. Very interesting price.
Not to be missed. Contact St.
Barth Property/ S'ilhci', ,
International Realty :
0590 29 75 05

For sale, a land with dramatic
view situated in D6v6 with a
building permit for a 2 bed-
room villa with pool. Contact
St. Barth Property /Sotheby's
International Realty :
0590 29 75 05

Marigot: Very nice 2 bedroom
apartment like a small house,
recently renovated, nice decor
and paintings, large view on
Tortue Island and Marigot
Bay. Contact Immobarth
Agency Benoit Loriou:
06 90 465 833

Vitet : B!c.iil.,i.iii view
above Toiny and Petit Cul de
Sac, facing the ocean, uphill.
For this charming villa with 3

bedrooms, 4 bath, pool, deck,
large piece of land sqm 2 200.
Contact: Immobarth Agency
.;Tii.. i T i. ,u 06 90 465 833

Extremely Rare. Spacious
apartment 3 bedrooms, office
and pool. Seaview on Eden
Rock Hotel. Contact
Immobarth Agency /
Christophe Sachot:
05 90 519 519.

For sale, 3 lands with very
beautiful views, situated in a
subdivision on the hillside of
Lurin. Contact St. Barth
International Realty:
0590 29 75 05

Anse des Cayes : Beautiful
piece of land, nice view on the
ocean, Building permit for a 3
bedroom villa with large pool.
Size about sqm 600. Contact
Immobarth Agency / Benoit
Loriou: 06 90 465 833

Looking for
144-Owo Group Companies
Seek Pt/Ft Workers. If You Are
a Students, fashion designer,
mechanic, bookkeeper, barber,
accountant, secretary, sales
rep., customer serv., computer
literate, printer Or graduates
(College/ University) Willing
To Add To Your Incomes
i,., .-1 , i Per Mth.) and
willing to schedule your work
hours. Then apply with us. By
sending your resumes to
Or call 206.888.4647 For
more informations on job only
if you are legally eligible to


Rue de la Republique
IGustavia- BP 119
97133 Saint Barthelemy
i T61.: 05 90 292 298
Cell :06 90 39 85 86
BUSINESS Fax 05 90 293 295
m imo-business@orangefir
Dream location for this lovely three-bedroom villa
just steps from the beach in Saint Jean.
Contemporary furniture, finely appointed, with views
of Saint Jean Bay, this villa has a lot to offer !
Must be seen.
Asking price: 1,690,000 euros


Please mail, or drop off this form, with your payment
to the St Barth Weekly office at Les Mangliers
(near La Poste) in Saint-Jean before 2:00pm
on Monday. 20E by issue

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For additional information:
Tel 05 90 2 9 22 98 Cell 06 90 39 85 86

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