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The Tribune
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Captured prisoner
‘named Van ae
as smuggler of
hacksaw blades’

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By MARK HUMES —__

PRINCIPAL Officer Van

Johnson was identified by pris-

oner Barry Parcoi as the indi-
vidual who smuggled hacksaw
blades into the prison, blades
which may have been used in
their early morning breakout.

The surprising revelation
came yesterday from ASP
James Farrington, who told of
how, after being captured, Bar-
ry Parcoi pleaded with him,
“please don’t let them kill me.”

Wakened by prison sirens
around 4 o’clock on the morn-
ing of the breakout, ASP Far-
rington described how he was
driving on Yamacraw. Road
from his home on the prison
grounds and heard a voice say,
“Stop!” and the “Bam!” of what
sounded like a gunshot.

With his service revolver in
hand and his night vision gog-
gles in place, he spotted Prison
Guard Sandy Mackey in front
of a man, who he later discov-
ered to be Neil Brown.

Farrington said, to Mackey’s
immediate right, he saw two
other persons heading south
through the bushes.

He drew his revolver and'shot
at one. One of these persons he
believed was hit in the leg.

According to Farrington, an
individual to the right of the
shot man started saying, “Offi-
cer, please don’t kill me.”




He said he recognized the
person to be Barry Parcoi, and
he asked him, “What are you
doing here?”

When Parcoi saw him,
according to Farrington, he said,

“Mr Farrington, please don’t

kill me, please.”
All of the men, the officer
said, were searched, but none

‘of the items were turned over to

him and he never asked for any.

Farrington said that all of the
prisoners were handcuffed and
lying face down while waiting
on the bus to arrive, and when
word of Officer Bowles’ death
trickled out to officers in the
Yamacraw Road area, he told
the court that the scene became
chaotic.

At that point, the officer said,
everybody rushed the inmates
and started to beat them.

He told the court that he tried
to tell the angry officers that
they could not “do this”
because the prisoners were
already restrained and that they
had to get them back to the
prison. No one listened to him,
he said.

Eventually, ASP Farrington
said, the prisowers were put on

- the bus, but the bus had diffi-

culty leaving Yamacraw Road
because angry officers sur-
rounded the bus and held it up
for about 5 to 6 minutes.

SEE page 13










THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006














































@ BLIND man Pierre Joseph sits in the door of what he used to call home, after the vir-
tually abandoned Haitian village in Cool Acres was destroyed by fire. He .was later sent to

the detention centre.





@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter

(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)

the wind factor,” Mr Evans said.
Inspector Bradley Knowles, administrator
at the Fire Services Branch, added that fire





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Pastor under
investigation over
alleged sexual
relationship with
15-year-old girl

A PASTOR is under police
investigation after a family
claimed he was having a sexual
relationship with their 15-year-
old daughter:

The Baptist minister was con-
fronted at his church on Sun-
day by male relatives who
claimed he sent obscene text
messages to the girl.

In them, it was claimed, he
had made indecent references
to a part of his anatomy.

Family sources claimed that
the pastor had been molesting
the girl over a. 15-month period,
during which time he was sup-
posed to be counselling her. °

-Yesterday, Chief Supt Mar-
vin Dames, officer-in-charge of
CDU, confirmed that a com-
plaint had been filed. He said
he was not able to discuss the

. matter further:

According to a relative, the
girl had confessed to a church
member and her mother about
the affair. .

The girl’s family had noticed
behavioural changes that
aroused their suspicion. They

also felt that, the pastor had

become “over-enthusiastic” in
his dealings with the girl.
When confronted, the girl

‘had admitted the relationship,

but indicated there was.“‘a level
of coercion” on the pastor’s
part. : a as

It was also claimed that the
girl had turned over a cellphone
which contained numerous
voice and text messages
between her and the pastor.

Upon viewing the messages,
the family went to the church
to question the pastor on Sun-
day morning.

A source claimed that male
relatives, some armed with cut-

SEE page 14



FIRE blazed through the ruins of an aban-
doned Haitian village yesterday in Cool
Acres, threatening the surrounding homes
and drawing attention to the plight of
Haitians living in the Bahamas. :

Press officer, Inspector Walter Evans, said
that police were alerted on Tuesday evening
that the area had been engulfed in flames.

Given the nature of the area, and the Mr Knowles said that water pressure has
potential of the fire spreading, Mr Evans been a problem in that area for quite some
said, fire services immediately dispatched _ tite.
three fire trucks to put out the blaze. “Water and Sewerage has been trying to

He said that they were able to contain the address the problem for many years. The
fire before it could cause‘damage to neigh- _ Eastern area is a problematic area when it
bouring homes. comes to water supply and this is why Water

No one was injured in the fire.
“We were very much concerned about SEE page 14

fighters’ efforts were hampered ‘by the low
water pressure which is typical of the East-
ern area.

“It posed a serious danger to the com-
munity and was a challenge for the fire
department. Fortunately we were able to
get the perimeter secured and protect the.
homes nearby,” he said.
















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Suspects
wanted for
separate
rape cases



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@ THE fire branch of the Royal Bahamas Police Force was called to the Fox
Hill area to tackle a blaze in a Haitian settlement overnight



& SMOKING remains of the Haitian settlement, which was destroyed



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@ THE fire quickly blazed out of control
(Photos: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)

FAMILIES © yesterday
expressed concern after a fire
at a Haitian settlement in Nas-
sau spread out of control.

The blaze at the Joe Far-
rington Road site erupted
between Kool Acres and La
Bamba Street.

Neighbours say fires at the
shanty community have got
out of control before.

“They know they are not
supposed to set fires, so they
do it after sundown,” said a
source.

“They know the fire depart-
ment won’t come out at night.
We’ve been putting up with
garbage burning smell every

5h,

night for over a week now.
“My husband says it’s easy
to get mad with the Haitians,
but really it’s the government’s
fault for allowing these villages
to exist in the first place.”
The site was in the news
some months ago when neigh-

bours claimed that bodies of *

humans and dogs were being -:

burned in pits.

The residents claimed the
value of their property was
being affected by the spread .
of the settlement.

Among other complaints
was that, with no toilet facili-
ties, human waste was pollut-
ing local well water. .





@ JAMAL Green

POLICE are searching for °
two men wanted in connection
with separate alleged rape inci- |
dents. oe

Jean Charles of Key West
Street and Jamal Green of
Cambridge. Lane are both con- °
sidered armed and dangerous. *
according to police.

Charles and Green are both |
described as being of dark:'
brown complexion, 5 foot 10 in
height, with a weight of 195 Ibs.

Green is also wanted in con-
nection with an armed robbery
and a burglary.

The Central Detective Unit
is asking the public’s assistance
in locating these two suspects.

Persons with any information
on the men’s whereabouts are
asked:to contact the CDU at
502-9991, the Police Control
Room at 322-3333, Crime Stop-
pers at 328- 8474 or their near-
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Residential ©
facilities —
‘must be.
registered’

THE Ministry of Social Ser-
vices and Community Devel-
opment has advised the public
that all facilities providing resi-
dential care. must be registered
and licenced.

This, the ministry said, is pur-
suant to Sections II and IV of
the Residential Care Establish-
ment Act, 2003, and in accor-
dance with the Residential Care
Establishment Regulations,
2005.

The Residential Care Estab-
lishment Licensing Authority
Office, located on Eighth Ter-
race off Collins Avenue, is open
for the submission of applica-
tions for registration and licens-
ing of all facilities Monday
through Friday between 9am
and 4pm.

Persons with questions were
asked to call 323-1245-7.

Eight
Haitian
nationals
arrested

POLICE yesterday appre-
hended eight Haitian nationals
who are suspected of being in
the country illegally.

They have been detained at
the Carmichael Road Deten-
tion Centre and are awaiting
processing.

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In brief

Juveniles
on weapons

charge
denied bail

TWO juveniles were denied
bail yesterday in connection
with a weapons charge.

A 17-year-old and a 15-year-
old were arraigned in Juvenile
Court on the charge of posses-
sion of an unlicensed firearm.

It was alleged that on Mon-:

day, April 10 the two teens were
in possession of an unlicensed
.32 Smith and Wesson revolver.

The 17-year-old was also
charged with causing danger-
ous harm. He was remanded to
Her Majesty’s prison for a peri-
od of seven days.

The 15-year-old was sent to
the Simpson Penn Center for
Boys, also for a period of seven
days.

They will return to court on
April 19.

Man shot
in shoulder
in hospital

A YOUNG man is in the

intensive care unit of the
Princess Margaret Hospital
after being shot in the right
shoulder when a gun went off.

Police say the man and three
of his friends were in a home
in the Chippingham area on
Monday evening when thei inci-
dent took place.

* One of the young men
reportedly had a .37 revolver in
his possession.

While the details are unclear,
the gun is thought to have
somehow gone off, injuring the
victim in the upper right shoul-
der.

He was rushed to the hospital
where he remains in serious
condition.

Investigations continue.

Victim
recovering
from stab
wounds

A MAN is recovering from

stab wounds in the Princess
Margaret Hospital after he was
reportedly attacked while walk-
ing along a dirt track road near
Shellfish Road in Golden Gates.

Policé believe the victim was
approached by another man
who stabbed him in the back.

A motive has not yet been
established and police investi-
gations continue.

AK-47

assault
rifle is
confiscated

POLICE report confiscating
an AK-47 assault rifle with 28
live rounds while executing a
search warrant on a Roberts
Street home in Nassau Village.

An 18-year-old man has been
taken into police custody in con-

‘ nection with the find.

Man |
discovers
body of his
brother

THE decomposed body of a
middle aged man was discov-
ered in a home on Foster Street
on Sunday.

Police say the body of the

man, believed to have been an
epileptic, was discovered by his
brother.

Foul play is not suspected.

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Call for resignation of G

@ By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

THE Grand Bahama
Human Rights Association
called yesterday for the resig-
nation of Immigration Minister
Shane Gibson and expresses
its “profound” disgust over the
“terrorist and gestapo-like tac-
tics in the enforcement of the
immigration laws of the
Bahamas.”

It claimed that no black per-
son, be they Bahamian or oth-
erwise is safe in the Bahamas
anymore, as at anytime any
number of black people may
be rounded up, abused and
detained with the Bahamians
and legal immigrants being
processed “back into circula-
tion.”

The GBHRA was com-
menting on the arrest and

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THURSDAY, AP RIL 13, 2006, PAGE 3

Human rights group criticises Immigration Minister



detention of illegal immigrants
last Friday in a raid in which
140 persons were wrongfully
detained.

“We call upon Minister Gib-
son, if he does not resign, to

stop arbitrary and illegal raids .

and to conduct the adminis-
tration of his Ministry”
proper manner, “without cater-
ing to the politics of an election
campaign.

“Arbitrary raids which instil
terror in the Haitian/Bahamian
community are illegal, morally
reprehensible and politically
contemptible,” it said.

The organization said the
fact that Minister Gibson finds
it acceptable to “haul hundreds

- of innocent and law-abiding

in a

people away in the still of the
night, to separate children
from their parents, to expose
human beings to abuse, loss of
their property and loss of their
dignity, is a national disgrace
and he should forthwith
resign”.

The GBHRA accused Mr
Gibson of using that law to
“strike terror and fear” in the
population. ,

In the Association’s view
Shane Gibson was ‘“‘a menace
to our democracy.”

Mr Gibson, however, has
defended the decision of the
department to detain the
group of Haitians in question
until their permits and perma-

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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR .

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(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt.

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Cont EIN g Editor 1972-1991

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Italy’s fractured politics

SINCE 2001, Prime Minister Silvio Berlus-
coni has presided over the longest-se rving gov-
ernment of Italy’s post-World War \II history.
But he failed in translating that stability into a
re-election victory this week because of his
inability to invigorate Italy’s sluggish «economy.

Romano Prodi, leader of the centre-left
coalition that prevailed, will now get:,a chance
to spur the economy, which showed n 0 expan-
sion in 2005. The election was the closest in
Italy’s history, with just 25,000 votes mut of
more than 38 million cast separating the two
sides, and Berlusconi has refused to coricede.

Prodi’s coalition ranges from Chistian
Democrats in the centre to Greens and ‘Com-
munists on the left. Keeping them unite:d will
be no easy task, and some observers ir Italy
are predicting a short life for his goverrument,
followed by new elections. .

But according to University of Bologna
political science professor Gianifranco
Pasquino, it is the lesson of 1998 that might
instil discipline in the coalition. Prodi’s depar-
ture in 1998 was followed by weak go vern-
ments and then an election victory for By =rlus-
coni’s centre-right coalition, There wiill be
great pressure-on all elements of Prindi’s
alliance to keep that from happenings nce
more.

Prodi’s chief prescription for revivin'g the
Italian economy, the third largest in the euro
belt, is to lower the payroll taxes that emjploy-

ers have to pay when they take on new work-,

ers. Another campaign promise is to increase
benefits for families having babies, as a way to

increase Italy’s low birthrate. Pasquino, who is .

now a visiting professor at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity’s School of Advanced International
Studies, said Prodi will try to reduce the
nation’s budget deficit by going after tax delin-
quents. He said it is estimated that $120 billion
in taxes goes uncollected.

Prodi, who once led a major European con-
glomerate and also served as president of the
European Commission, made it clear in the
campaign that he would orient Italy more
toward its European neighbours than toward
the United States. But America’s war in Iraq,
which Berlusconi supported and contributed
Italian troops to, receded as an issue once
Berlusconi said that all Italian troops would
leave Iraq by the end of the year.

The formation of a Prodi government is
complicated both by the closeness of the vote
and the imminent changing of the guard in
Italy’s presidency. The current president, Car-
lo Azeglio Ciampi, leaves office May 11 and
has said he will leave to his successor the right
to give a mandate to the winning coalition to
form a new government. Italy’s leaders owe it
to their countrymen whose aspirations have
been dimmed by the flat economy to act as
quickly as possible to form a government capa-
ble of making needed reforms.

Hard sell for cell phones

According to a recent survey, 90 per cent
of people who are still not completely com-
fortable with colour television believe th at cell
phones are the work of Satan. ° :

Actually, I-made.that-survey. up, but: rT think
it’s safe to say that there’s a portion «cf the
population that hates cell phones and a ( much
larger) segment that loves them. i

Lrecently had to replace our easy-to-oj perate
cell phones because the technology that made
them work was more than six months olld and
therefore woefully outdated. My plan \was to
buy us two phones that offered only th¢> most
basic of functions. I use my cell phorie pri-
marily to accept golf invitations and /to dis-
cover that my mother needs two fresh ¢ ‘artons
of chocolate ice cream. My wife uses h ter cell
phone to add ballast to her purse. She’s . afraid
to turn the thing on because someone might
call her and she wouldn’t know how to aimswer.

“I want two basic cell phones,” I said. to the
salesman. “No picture-taking capabil ity, no,
text-messaging, no Internet, no video , games,
no ringer options that include some of the
more suggestive lyrics of 50 Cent.”

The salesman looked at me as if I i 1ad just
abducted his child.

“We don’t have cell phones like, that in
stock,” he said icily. “I’ll have to order t hem for
you.” (“Or you could just slowly back. out the

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door before I blast you with pepper spray,”
was the unspoken message).

I thought quickly. If I told him to order the
cell phones, I would have to come back to the
store.a second time, thereby giving the sales-
man a good clean shot at me with his Taser or
whatever other weapon he had concealed
behind the counter. Better to get more expen-
sive phones with options we will never under-
stand, let alone use, than risk that kind of
exposure.

As it turned out, I had 1: go back to the
cell-phone store several times anyway because
I could not decipher the instruction manual.

As it-stands today, I can make and receive
calls on my cell phone, but I cannot retrieve
messages. That particular function is covered
on page 253 of my Operator’s Manual, and so
far I have not been able to summon the
courage.

My wife’s new.cell phone sits on the coffee
table, in its original packaging, mocking us
and everyone like us who is both intimidated
and perplexed by some aspects of modern
technology.

Another trip to the cell-phone store is loom-
ing.

(¢ These articles are from the New York
Times News Service — © 2006)

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Guana Cay:
progress at
what price?

EDITOR, The Tribune

YOU are, of course, well
aware of the reaction to your
proposed development on the
North End of Guana Cay.
This has ranged from the
impassioned “over my dead
body” to the cry from the
heart, “please don’t do this to
my special island”.

This letter is to ask you to
put yourselves into the minds
and hearts of the people of
Guana Cay who seek only to
preserve their fragile environ-
ment for the enjoyment of
future generations of locals

' and visitors.

You may call them naive
but they plead with you to
look at your project from a
perspective other than that of
making a buck. Or, more
accurately, making an obscene
amount of bucks, as the 150

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acres of Crown land alone,
reportedly acquired for one
thousand per ace, will in part,
be sold for two to ten million
per acres.

Guana Cay is unique. It
has been called the last out-
post of serenity. In spite of
some minor encroachments
it is still retaining qualities

which, to the caring and .
‘ in-this venture the quaintness,
‘ the simplicity, the pristine
' reefs, the unique quality of

observant, speaks of its sim-
ple past and of the
ephemoral nature of its envi-
ronment.

At its northern end nature
has, like a great poet, pro-
duced the greatest effects with
fewest materials: sun, sand,
reefs, water and trees, that is

all. It would be a desecration
to impose a California-type
mega development on this
unspoiled:area.

Economic benefits, if any,

_ could never compensate for

the loss of this piece of Par-
adise.

The people of Guana Cay
want to preserve their island
for the enjoyment of their chil-
dren and yours. They contend
that you could make as many
bucks — that, of course, being
your prime motivation — on
larger islands with existing
infrastructure. If you. persist

Guana Cay will be lost forev-
er.

CHESTER THOMPSON
Nassau
April 3 2006

Clarification

on matters o
agriculture

EDITOR, The Tribune

’ I would be grateful if you

would publish the following .

letter which clarifies two fac-
tual errors regarding the rela-
tive size and value of agricul-
tural production between Mia-
mi-Dade and the Bahamas
published in an article in the

Business Section of The Tri-
bune Tuesday, April 4, 2006. .

Ina telephone interview
with a Tribune reporter, I
attempted to illustrate the
potential of the Bahamian
Agricultural sector with a
comparison. I used Miami-

Dade County, because of its

similar climate, soil and crops

to make the case. I compared.

the size and value of Miami-
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tural sector with the quantity.
of agricultural land in the

Bahamas and the value of our
country’s agricultural sector.
Unfortunately the figures
for the quantity of land under
cultivation in Miami-Dade
and the value of the Bahamian
agricultural sector were erro-
neously reported.
Miami-Dade has approxi-

mately 85,000 acres of land-

under permanent, cultivation
(not 850,000 as reported) with
an annual agricultural output
of approximately $1 billion.

_and I trust the readi



aff
oy i‘ Re

The Bahamas (not New Prov-
idence) has approximately

238,000 acres of agricultural

land and an annual agricultur-
al output of $45 million (not
$450 million as reported).

Thank you for clarifying .
public
takes note of the relative sizes
and values and the underly-
ing thrust of my argument,
which were accurately reflect-
ed.

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April 2006





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In brief

warning on
outdoor
fires

THE Royal Bahamas
Police Force has issued a
warning asking the public to
refrain from lighting outdoor
fires and urging parents to
monitor their children dur-
ing the Easter Holiday.

Inspector Walter Evans
said that police are aware
that some persons clean out
their homes at this time of
year, and sometimes burn
discarded items.

“As we move toward the
Easter Holiday weekend, we
just want to encourage mem-
bers of the public not to light

outdoor fires; it is an
offence.”
He added: “Always

ensure that children are
properly supervised, ensure
that they are safe, that you
know what they are doing
and where they are going.
Do not allow them to play
with matches or around
open flames.

“We believe that if chil-
dren are allowed to be unsu-
pervised, then it can result
in a situation that is not
favourable and so we are
asking persons to watch their
children,” said Mr Evans.

Pair to be
charged
following
thefts

TWO men are expected to
be charged before Freeport
Magistrate Court for alleged-
ly stealing car batteries from
Wells Auto on Milton Street.

According to police, the
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MARIJUANA cultivation,
firearm trafficking and youth
crime are all escalating in the
Bahamas according to Police
Superintendent Keith Bell.

He was the special quest at
Tuesday’s meeting of the think
tank Bahamian Forum.

Mr Bell, who has responsi-
bility for Urban Renewal,
research and planning, and cen-
tral intelligence, said that the
crime rate among young per-
sons is a particularly alarming
problem.

He said the police must also
keep in mind the number of
high-powered military weapons,
such AK-47s, that they continue
to seize in the Bahamas,

“Over the years, some 14
police officers were executed in
the line of duty. And I would
ask you how many of these offi-
cers do you think were killed
through or with the use of a
firearm? All 14 officers.

“And you are talking about
high-powered weapons. The
AK-47 and the AR-15. These



@ POLICE Superintendent Keith Bell

are high powered military
weapons, and so again that is
something that we need to look
at,” he said.

Mr Bell said that the govern-
ment-initiated Urban Renewal
Programme has transformed
desolate, high crime areas into
communities where there is
peace and where order is being
enforced.

According to Mr Bell, there

Unit

are four categories of criminal
currently operating in the
Bahamas.

He categorised these as:
“the old guy” — who is a hard-
ened, blue collar criminal, “the
young guy” who is represents
a growing problem, “the for-
eign group”, which usually
consists of men of foreign
parentage; and the criminal
enterprise, which includes any

‘Gang lifestyle’ attracts youth to crime

@ By NATARIO MCKENZIE

MATERIALISM and the
gang lifestyle are some of the
main factors that attract young

’ persons to acts of vandalism and

theft according to one local
activist.

Director of the Youth
Against Violence programme
Carlos Reid believes that soci-
ety in general needs to play a
more proactive role in guiding
the development of the next
generation.

“It is unfair to blame any one
entity for the deviant behavior
of young persons. When you
look at young men in particu-
lar, the message they receive
from society, movies and music

videos is that the guys with the’

all the jewelry, cell-phones
etcetera are saying something,”
he said. “And so they believe
that if they get these things they
will be saying something — but

-we as a society are not teaching

them how to get it the right
way”.
Police have become con-

cerned about the rising number
of burglaries involving young
people in recent months.

It has been noted that the
majority of these burglaries are

taking place during the day

when the youngsters should be
in school, and police have
admonished parents to monitor

the whereabouts of their chil-.

dren more closely.

According to Mr Reid how-
ever: “We cant just blame the
parents, when in most cases the
mother is out there trying to put
food on the table and most
fathers are not even present.

“We need to get back to the
believing in the principle that
it takes a village to raise a
child,” he said.

“Look at the school system, —

“a lot of young persons, young

men in particular, are becom-
ing frustrated because they are
not academically inclined. We
need to start to identify those
who have the ability to learn in
that capacity and those who
can’t should be taught a trade,”
he said...

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According to Mr Reid, many
young persons are merely
searching for an identity and

are defining themselves through

television and the music they
listen to.

“Its time for Bahamians to
seriously start thinking about
the state this society is going to
be in the next few years,” Mr
Reid warned

He claimed that gangs are

now fast-growing organisations.

in the Bahamas, as everyday
more and more young men and
even young women are becom-
ing involved.

According to Mr Reid, this is
occurring because young per-
sons are looking for the values
that they should find in other
kinds of organisations and in

_ their biological families.

“When they don’t find it: in,
one place they are going to find

_ it elsewhere,” he said.

According to Mr Reid, gang
initiation often involves many
acts of deviant behavior —
including breaking into homes
and cars.

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“In most cases we find that

these criminals are between 16

and 35 years of age. They are

‘Bahamian males. They are mid-

dle to lower class individuals
with low educational attain-
ment.

“They are considered mar-
ginalised members of society.
They are for the most part
repeat offenders. They are like-

ly to reside or offend in Urban
Renewal areas in New Provi-
dence, and are likely to posses a
weapon - either a knife or a
firearm,” he said.

According to Mr Bell, the
number of knifes presently
being confiscated by officers of
the School Policing Unit is “sim-
ply frightening”.

“You can see there are 50 or
more knifes on the table. This is
a short cutlass and you can see
that both edges are sharpened.
This is what is referred to as a
Rambo knife,” Mr Bell said as
he handled and displayed the
weapons to members of the
forum.

He also showed them toy
guns that were seized from
schools.

“What do you think would
happen if a person confronts an
officer in the night with a
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TREE-LOVERS were furious yesterday
after what remained of a magnificent “land-
mark” silk cotton tree was uprooted and
destroyed.

The tree, in the grounds of the former
Anglican bishop’s residence in Shirley
Street, was first savagely pruned about six
years ago.

At the time, tree-lovers lashed the Angli-

~ can church for destroying a tree known to ,

generations of Nassauvians.

Yesterday, the church came under fire
again after what was left of the tree -
believed to be well over a century old - was
torn up and destroyed as part of a devel-
opment project at Ardington House.

“It is a shame and disgrace,” said veteran
journalist Gladstone Thurston. “These peo-
ple have murdered a landmark tree in a
prominent position in the town.

“That tree was protected by the law.
Since it was last attacked some years ago,
the tree had recovered and had regained a
majestic stature. Now it has gone.”

Mr Thurston said he had renounced the
Anglican church because of its actions.

Yesterday Father James Palacious at
Addington House said the Anglican Church
had no comment on the matter.

Crime ‘becoming threat
to the next generation’

@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT - CRIME and
other social problems are
becoming a serious threat to
the development of the next
generation of Bahamians,
according to Senator Caleb
Outten.

Speaking at a student
awards ceremony, Mr Outten
urged students to stay
focussed and committed to

too many young persons with
potential are falling into the
traps of teenage pregnancy
and crime.

“Today almost every other
week someone is being shot,
stabbed or killed, he said.

“We live in a country today
where the national grade point
average is a D; we live ina
Bahamaland were 70 per cent
of all females who have a baby
is not married. We live ina
Bahamian society where 60
percent of every child go to
sleep in a house where his or





&@ SENATOR Trevor Whylly, founder of Outstanding Students
Awards, Marco City MP Pleasant Bridgewater, Dr Linda |
Moxey-Brown and Senator Caleb Outten attended the annual
Outstanding Students Award ceremony in Grand Bahama at the
Church of God oe Prophecy on Coral Road.

(BIS photo: Vandyke Hepburw

their parents and teachers. °
“A few years ago I sat where
you are sitting right now. Your
parents know what’s best for
you,” he told them.

Performance

At the ceremony, the Grand
Bahama Committee of the Out-
standing Students Award hon-
oured primary and high school
students in both the public and
private scliools for achieving a
3.0 GPA or for outstanding per-
formance in sports.

According to organisers, the
purpose of the ceremony is: to
motivate young people to* ‘keep
their eyes on the prize”,

Sandra Edgecombe, district

- superintendent of schools in

_ Freeport district; Marco City
MP Pleasant Bridgewater; and |
Senators Tervor Whylly joined
Mr Outten at the event. They
all encouraged students to con-
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THE government will intro-
duce new legislation that will
increase the penalties for per-
sons found guilty of child cruel-
ty according to Minister of

.Social Services and Community

Development Melanie Griffin.

Addressing a ministry-spon-
sored forum on the prevention
of child psychological maltreat-
ment and neglect, Mrs Griffin
said the proposed legislation
will “substantially increase”
both the fines and prison terms
for persons convicted of cruel
acts of children.

Under the current Children
and Young Persons (Adminis-
tration of Justice) Act, the max-
imum penalty for an adult con-
victed in Magistrate’s Court of
child cruelty is $250, one year in
prison, or both.

This applies to a person who
has custody, charge or care of a
child, and who “willfully
assaults, ill treats, neglects,
abandons or exposes the child,
or causes or permits any of
these things to happen to the
child in a manner to cause
unnecessary suffering or injury
or any mental derangement”.

The Act further states that if
convicted before the Supreme
Court, the guilty person is liable
to a fine of up to $1,000, three
years in prison, or both.

“I am sure you would agree
that these penalties are inade-
quate,” Mrs Griffin said.
“Hence, under the proposed
provisions, it is recommended
that both the fine and the term
of imprisonment be substan-
tially increased.”

The minister said the pro-
posed legislation will also seek

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Hurricane scale co-inventor
to attend seminar at COB

THE co-inventor of the Saf-
fir-Simpson Scale, used world-
wide to measure the intensity
of hurricane$, will take part in a
seminar at College of the
Bahamas.

Herbert Saffir will be the
main speaker at the event,
which was organised by the col-
lege and the Construction Sem-
inar Group (CSG).

The seminar will explore the
lessons that-were learnt from
the 2004/2005 hurricane season.

“The effects of hurricanes
and other natural phenomena
have had a tremendous histori-
cal impact in shaping the eco-
nomic and cultural development
of the Bahamas,” said the
organisers in a press release.

“After many decades of rela-
tive calm,'the extremely busy
2004 hurricabe season and the
. record breaking, 2005 hurricane
season, jolted Bahamians into
the reality that we live in the
Atlantic ‘hurricane belt’ and
that hurricanes are powerful
forces of nature.”

The seminar will take place
on May 16 and 17 at the College
of the Bahamas Tourism Train-
ing Centre.

Mr Saffir will speak on the
opening day,'and his remarks
will be followed by a general
discussion and a cocktail recep-
tion. ,

On the second day of the
seminar, a 2004/2005 hurricane
damage assessment will be pre-
sented and.architect Amos Fer-

guson , and structural expert j

Nick Dean will speak.

Dr David Smith will then give:

a presentation on coastal engi:
neering and.a panel discussion
will be held with representatives
of BEC; BTC the Water and
Sewerage Corporation, the
insurance industry and the

National Emergency Manage-:

ment Agency (NEMA).

The public is invited to attend
the seminar, which begins. at
1pm on-May 16 and 8. eam on
May 17:

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Alfred Gray, responding to
comments made by Montagu
MP, Brent Symonette, said in
effect that it was not fair for

was indeed a fair point; howev-
er, it was not a complete point.

You see, it is also not fair in
comparing one term of PLP
government to one term of
FNM government to ignore

since how far one gets.in a race
might depend on where one had

to begin or how much load one .

had to bear.
Let’s take the economic con-

ditions in the country in 1992
compared to 2002, as shown in .

the table opposite.

he table shows that the

economic conditions in
The Bahamas, as revealed by
various statistics, were signifi-
cantly worse when the FNM
came to office in 1992 than
when the PLP came to office in
2002.

In 1992, the economy hardly
grew and the year before was
actually negative at -2.7 per cent
unlike in 2002 when it grew by
1.4 per cent and about one per

tion was higher.

When the PLP came to office
in 2002, foreign investment was
up; visitor arrivals and spend-
ing were higher; foreign
reserves were much stronger
and the government’s fiscal

_ position was stronger.

In 1992, while there was no
Moody rating available, it is a
fact that the government had
difficulty paying its bills and had
resorted to borrowing to make
payroll:

Indeed, the situation was so
bad that the government had
difficulty borrowing, as it could

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to arrange a standby $125 mil-
lion US loan facility to bolster
foreign reserves in response to
the attacks of 9/11. It could only
do this because of its credible
fiscal position.

tourism sector and the former
administration had been oper-
ating many rundown, unprof-
itable hotels.

The tourism plant was shot
and few prospects for renewal
were present. When the, PLP
came to office they met a world-
class Atlantis that had become
the catalyst for renewal in, the
tourism sector throughout the
country and that had plans for
phases III, IV and more. -,

hen the FNM came
to office in 1992,
there were no publicly held
companies, no BISX and the,
financial services sector, was

VARGO

stagnant. These economic indi- ,.

cators mirrored what was hap- |

pening in other areas of the

in 2002, The Bahamas hada
sterling reputation and allega-
tions of corruption were not the
order of the day in the interna-

tional community as was the .

case in 1992. when the FNM
took office.

The new PLP administration
could market a much renewed
and_.attractive tourism: plant
without the obstacle of head-
lines claiming that the: nation
was for sale.

In 1992, when it came to ~
office, the-FNM had to contend .

with a host of issues left) unad-
dressed, notwithstanding that it

LAING

THE TREASURY

te
reasury accounts were
in disarray. Hundreds
of cheques had been drawn up

8:30 | Invocation Prayer and National Anthems
‘ members of the opposition to

8:35 | compare four years of PLP gov- f

Sue ernment to ten years of FNM not get full subscription for a _ was taking over from a govern-

ee government. $20 million bond issue floated in ment that had been in office for

He said that one hadtocom- 1991. some 25 years.
pare “apples with apples”. This | In 2002, the FNM was able
a

and large Bahamian suppliers ,
to the government were
required to finance the govern- |
ment’s debt. .There was little
computerisation of BAY MIEGIS ’
and payroll. Tote!

THE PUBLIC HEALTH...
CARE SYSTEM.

a

ll government hospi-
tals and clinics were.,,
in disrepair. PMH suffered,from,
terrible leaks and equipment
that didn’t work. Conditions in
most community health clinics
were deplorable. Medicine;and
medical supplies were perenni-
ally in short supply. Food ser-
vice in hospital was atrocious.
Infant mortality was at 24
per thousand and facilities for

830 THE A-ZS OF FRANCHISING John P. Hayes, Ph.D. j 3 ; : : then
(Hayes Worldwide.com/ Hayes Marketing Service) cent the previous year, unem- country, starting with the fact premature and sick infants at
ath ae ployment was higher; interest that the country’s international PMH were outdated. HIV: was
rates were higher; foreign reputation was terrible. spreading in the population. and
10:00 | COFFEE BREAK investment was lower; and infla- When the PLP came to office the response, particularly to

HIv- infected pregnant women,
was inadequate. Public health
was poorly organised and there
was no planned public health
or oyal health programme.

PUBLIC EDUCATION

overnment-opera’ d
Y schools were. badly
over-crowded, in poor physical

condition and suffered from
shortagés of teachers and\
tuition materials. No new
schools had been constructed |
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Moody’s Sovereign

late 1960s and early 1970s..

No new public library had
been'constructed and opened
since the days of the UBP. The
Education Act had not been
reviewed or updated since its
enactment. COB was being
administered from the Ministry
of Education.

Technical education through
the then Industrial Training
College was in desperate need
of attention. There was little
computer education in the
school system.

PUBLIC
INFRASTRUCTURE

‘

ublic buildings were °

‘uniformly shabby in:
appearance and many had leaky
roofs; non-functioning windows,
poor air-conditioning. Many
hadn’t been painted in many
years. Office equipment and
furnishing was similarly in poor
condition, or dysfunctional.




Total Visitor Arrivals: Stopover
Cruise

ECONOMIC INDICATOR 1992 2002
‘GDP Growth Rate 0.3% 14%
IMF 2-yr Growth Forecast 1% -2% 2.5% - 3.0%
Unemployment 14.8% 9.1%
Total Deficit $138 million $249 million
GFS Deficit 2.5% -3.4%
Inflation eh wind | 6% 2.2%
Residential Mortgage Rate — 10.89-13.09% 8.9%
Commercial Mortgage Rates 11.52-12.43% 9.04%
Government Debt as %. — A2% 41%
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1,398,895 1,513,146
2,139,383 ' 2,802,112
8278 4,315,258

: Source: Department of Statistics and Central Bank of The Bahamas

Many government-owned
buildings around New Provi-
dence and the Family Islands,
including old school rooms and
teacher’s residences, were
closed and barred while gov-
ernment paid high rents to pri-
vate individuals with political
ties.

Huge amounts of medical
supplies and hospital beds were
found in abandoned storage in
buildings at Meeting and Nas-
sau Streets.

Public roads were in disrepair
around the country. In some
Family Islands, particularly in
the central and southern
Bahamas, roads had not been
paved or re-paved in almost 30
years.

Travel between settlements
was hindered and what ought
to have been 15 minute and
hour drives were stretched into
hours. © —

Travel journalists frequently
noted that' roads in many of our
islands were really strings of

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potholes. This was true from
Abaco in the north to
Eleuthera, Andros and Cat
Island in the centre to San Sal-
vador, Crooked Island, Exuma
further south.

New Providence roads were
similarly in a terrible state —
main roads and sub-divisions.
Many new sub-divisions in
south western New Provi-
dence had roads that had nev-
er been paved. Additionally
no work had been done on
intersections in many, many

284 Bay Street

Mall at Marathon

Palmdale

Harbour Bay

LP first terms

years and no new corridors or
throughways had been con-
structed to relieve increasing
congestion.

Water was inadequate in both
supply and quality in both New
Providence and the Family
Islands. In New Providence,
when available, water supply
was salty and frequently rusty
red in colour. Households
which could afford it sunk wells
and the bottled water industry
was created.

More could be said about the
conditions the FNM met in
place when it came to office in
1992 compared to what the PLP
met when it came to office in
2002.

Indeed, more will be said.
Suffice it to say in this edition
that the PLP inherited a much
more favourable set of condi-
tions in which to govern than
the FNM did. It is against this
backdrop that we will look at
the performance of the two
administrations in. their first
four years next week.

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Veteran toastmaster

LOCAL NEWS

to be honoured

FOR 31 years, Toastmaster

Joseph Sweeting has made an
indelible mark on toastmas-
ters throughout the Bahamas.
And for his invaluable contri-
butions, Mr Sweeting, who
also serves as president of the
Nassau Camp of Gideon’s
International and is a mem-
ber of Calvary Bible Church,
and who is highly esteemed
among’ the rank and file of the
Toastmaster organisation -

will be honoured April 19.

The Earnest T Strachan
Advanced TM Club 7108, led
by president Immaculata
Hamilton, will be hosting a spe-
cial luncheon at the.British
Colonial Hilton in Mr Sweet-
ing’s honour.

Mr Sweeting first entered the
halls.of Club 1600 some 31
years ago. Back then, he was
shy and lacked leadership and
good speaking skills. Since then,

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be a shining example of a com-
mitted toastmaster who has
integrity.

When asked what is most
gratifying about being in the
programme, Mr Sweeting said,
“To be able to help and inspire
others to help themselves.”

He encourages seasoned
toastmasters to coach younger
ones and watch their confidence
build from a once shy and inse-
cure toastmaster to a “budding
orator.”

Mr Sweeting expressed how
grateful he feels to be honoured
by Club 7108. “I believe perse-
verance brings its rewards and I

want my legacy to be, ‘J C
Sweeting —- a Toastmaster’s
Toastmaster and encourager to
many.”

Speaking highly of the hon-
ouree, Ms Hamilton said he has
sterling characteristics and
deserves to be recognised.

“He is a role model. He is a
toastmaster who is always ready
to lead and assist. He is always
bearing a huge smile. At this
event, we will sing his praises
as a God-fearing man, a spouse,
father, toastmaster and peace-
maker. We will pay tribute to
the living legend - J C Sweet-
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She added that Mr Sweeting
operates at a level of excellence
on a consistent basis. He is the
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- FROM page one
; While attempting to keep
6fficers from. jumping on the
bus, Farrington described how a
decorative, stone pyramid was
thrown and shattered the back
glass where the prisoners were
seated.

Turning his attention to the
back of the bus, and right
before he could get the last
officer off the bus, Farrington
said he heard what sounded
like a.gunshot behind him.
Spinning around, he saw a gun
being pointed in the direction
of Forrester Bowe.

He took the gun away from
an officer who he later identi-
fied as Prison Guard Sandy
Mackey. He said he pushed
Officer Mackey off the bus and
ordered the driver to take the
bus to the prison compound.

When asked later why he
took the gun away from Mack-
ey, Farrington said that he
“couldn’t chance Mackey
walking off 'the bus with the
gun. J didn’t want anyone on
the bus to get shot, including
me.” }

_Magistrate Virgill asked.

ASP Farrington what the offi-
cers on board the bus were
doing during the ride back, and
this is where he informed the
court that no other officers,
except one unnamed officer

and the bus driver, were on the
bus when it ‘left Yamacraw
Road for the prison.

Farrington explained how
difficult it was getting the pris-
oners unloaded once back at
the prison, as his attempts: to
take Parcoi off the vehicle first
were met by a rush of police,
defence force, and prison offi-
cers shouting at him, “Boy
chief, these people have to
dead.”

While trying to calm the
angry, cursing mob, Farring-

ton said that Brown “fell over”

on the bus.

He asked Bowe if Brown
was,all right. He said Bowe
told him that Brown sounded
“like he is snoring.”

Going over Officer Farring-
ton’s testimony of events
which transpired in the
Yamacraw Road area, Magis-
trate Virgill wanted to know if

he saw any vehicles on the

scene when he first arrived.
“No ma’am,” Farrington
replied.

Asked if he saw any other
officers other than Mackey

when he arrived, Farrington,

said, “No ma’am.”

Admitting that the inmates
were handcuffed with their
hands behind their backs, Offi-
cer Farrington, when asked by
the Magistrate if Brown
walked onto the bus alive, said,
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Bowe, offered Farrington,
was the only one who walked
onto the bus with an apparent
injury, a slight limp. Bowe’s
limp, he believed, came as a
result of a shot he made at
Bowe earlier that morning.

Before ASP Farrington took
the stand, however, Corporal
Freeman Basden, a twenty-
year veteran prison officer, was
scolded by Magistrate Virgill
when he continuously insisted
that he could not tell whether
the sun was fully up or rising
around the time events began
unfolding around the prison
bus.

In addition to reluctantly
answering Magistrate Virgill’s
question about the approxi-
mate time of day, Corporal
Freeman also insisted that he
could not tell how many offi-
cers were on the bus or where)
the prisoners were seated
when he got on, because “he
did not look around.”

“Why were you on the bus?”
inquired Magistrate Virgill.

“To assist if anything hap-
pened,” said Corporal Free-
man.

“How do you know how
many prisoner’s there were?”
the Magistrate continued.

“I heard an officer say that
three prisoners were on the
bus,” Freeman replied, but he’
said that he did not recognize
the voice of the officer who
said it.

Getting off the bus at the
prison, the officer said he was
not even curious as to who was
on the bus, so he just got off
the bus without looking
around.

Earlier testimony by Corpo-

ral Freeman:has him joining: a: -

growing list of officers claiming
to have captured or played a
role in the capture of Barry
Parcoi.

In the minutes following the
breakout, according to his tes-
timony, Freeman said he
tripped up Parcoi and detained
him until he got assistance in
cuffing him. ;

There was sufficient lighting
that morning to determine that
the person he had capture was
Barry Parcoi, said Freeman.

Each of the prison officers

were,asked to return to court

to read their testimonies into
the records, and the matter
was adjourned to today at
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church. Police were called.

It was alleged that sexual

“encounters between the pair
had taken place in the church
sanctuary.

The family was asked to
accompany officers to a police
station for questioning.

According to a well-placed
source, on Sunday the pastor
underwent “prolonged interro-
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for “counselling and consol-
ing.”

“Unfortunately, the consol-
ing part of the arrangement
appears to have gone too far,”
said the source. “The family is
alleging molestation and full

sexual intercourse between the.

pastor and the girl over a 15-
month period.”
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fhe girl, who is now 16, the pas-
tor is likely to face a charge of
“statutory rape”, said the
source.

A relative told The Tribune
that “justice should prevail” and
that the pastor should apolo-
gise to his church and to the
girl’s family.

A family friend said: “This is
all part of the sordid underbel-
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be moved from the area.
Therefore, he said, some sev-
en or eight residents, includ-
ing .one elderly man,
remained in the village at the:
time of the blaze.

Mr Bodie said that resi-
dents had started the process
of demolishing the vacated
shacks and had heaped
garbage, discarded clothing,
and household items into
huge piles on the property.

Police said they believe
that someone was attempt-

ing to:burn the trash when:

the fire got out of control. He
said the villagers constantly
burn their trash.

Mr Bodie said that a part
of his job is to ensure that the
Haitians living in these vil-
lages keep the area clean to
avoid vector infestations. He
said that residents in the sur-
rounding areas have had
problems with the Haitians,
who they claim throw bags

‘containing faeces on their

property. In addition, he said,
he has been trying to explain
to the village residents of the
dangers of having water wells
close to the cesspit facilities.

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THE Bahamas risks losing
“hundreds of thousands of visi-
tors and hundreds of millions
of dollars in tourism revenue” if
it fails.to protect coastal areas,
according to MP John Carey.

Speaking at Zion Baptist
Church to launch Coastal
Awareness Month, Mr Carey

said the Coastal Awareness.

Committee will be doing all it
can td educate the public on the
importance of preserving the
coastline.

“This-is a very important task
because how we treat our
shores will bring about very real
consequences to our environ-
ment, Our scenery, and our
livelihoad,” he said.

According to Mr Carey, too
many Bahamians are unaware
of how coastal areas should be
treated...

“Even fewer are aware of the
consequences of our actions.
Worst of all, there are some
who know a great deal but, sad-
ly, they do not care enough to
act appropriately.”

Mr Carey, who is the parlia-
mentary secretary for the Min-
istry of Tourism, noted that the
entire Bahamas is considered a
coastal zone, and is “especially
blessed” with resources.

“The Ministry of Tourism cir-
culates to visiting journalists an
important fact sheet that tells
them a bit about our special
marine features.

“We tell them that scientists
have proven that the Bahamas
has the clearest water in the
world because algae that need
light to prow are found deeper
in our waters than in waters
anywhere else in the world. We
tell them that the Bahamas has
the world’s third-largest barrier
reef and five per cent of the
world’s coral,” he said.

Mr Carey said that the poten-

tial loss in tourism revenue is
an important factor, but it is not
the primary focus, of Coastal
Awareness Month...

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i JOHN Carey

“Visitors are important to us,
but they come and go. They are
here for days or weeks at a time,
but Bahamians are here to stay.

Mr Carey said that Bahami-
ans must come to truly believe
in the protection of the envi-
ronment before an end is seen
to the “piles of garbage littering

‘our beaches after picnics and
- holidays”.

Mr Carey said that unfortu-
nately, Bahamians have not
arrived at that point yet.

For this reason, he said, sev-
eral activities have been
planned for this month to edu-
cate the public and to begin to
bring about a transformation in
attitudes.

A national’T-shirt day was
held on Friday, April 7 and a

_Iarine exhibition will be held at
the Mall at Marathon from
April 21 to April 28.

National poster and. science
competitions and student field
trips to Dolphin Encounters

_and Stuart Cove’s dive centre
will also take place.

ailure to protect coastal areas
‘could cost millions in revenue’.


























a celebration of nature

14 winning entries will appear in Family Guardian's 2007 calendar. Winning entries receive a gift certificate valued at $400 each. Entry deadline is May 31, 2006

RULES

1 Family Guardian's Annual Calendar Photo Contest is open to all photographers. The title for the company’s 2007 calendar will be
“A CELEBRATION OF NATURE”. Photographs may be of any subject (animate or inanimate) or a scene which is a striking example of nature
as found in The Bahama Islands. All photographs must be taken in The Bahamas.

2 DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS MAY 31, 2006. :

3 All entries are to be delivered to Family Guardian's Corporate Centre, Village and Eastern Road Roundabout, Nassau, between 9:00am
and 5:00pm weekdays only. Envelopes should be marked “Calendar Contest”.

4 Allentries must be accompanied by an official entry form, available at any Family Guardian office or when published in the newspapers.

5 — Only colour images in horizontal format will be considered. Images must be provided as 35mm film or digital images on CD. 35mm film can

be positive (slides) or colour negatives. Digital images must be of high quality (2700 x 2100 pixels or larger). Digital images showing

signs of photo manipulation or compression will be rejected. To ensure the best colour reproduction, digital images should be supplied in

RAW, TIFF or high quality JPEG and in the original colour format the camera uses (LAB or RGB). All entries must be supplied with prints

which will be used in the judging process. (Note: prints submitted without 35mm slides or negatives or CDs will not be eligible.) -

The photographer's name and photo subject should be written on the reverse of the print. 3

Judging of entries will be based on beauty, interest, composition, colour, originality and quality of photograph. Preference will be given

to fauna photographed in its natural state, rather than in captivity. The photographs selected will appear in Family Guardian’s 2007

calendar. The decision of the judges will be final. : .

All entries are submitted at the owner's risk. It is the company’s intention to.return all entries in their original condition. However, Family Guardian

ill assume no liability for any loss, damage or deterioration.

gift certificate - valued at $400 will be presented for each of the photographs selected. More than one entry from a single
hotographer may be selected. Photographic credits will be given in the calendar. The number of entries per photographer is limited to a maximum of
Os.

inning photographs, along with all publication and reproduction rights attached thereto, become the property of Family Guardian and
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mpany reserves the right to use such in the future.
of Family Guardian, its affiliated companies or 4 2007 CALENDAR PHOTO CONTEST ENTRY FORM i

ers are not eligible.
sly. published photos not elibible.

| agree that in the event one or more of my entered photographs is selected as a winner
in the 2007 Family Guardian Calendar Photo Contest it will become the property of Family
Guardian Insurance Co. Ltd., and | assign to Family Guardian all rights pertaining to its use
in any way whatsoever. | also confirm that the photos entered in this contest were taken in
The Bahamas by the undersigned and have not been previously published.

SIGNATURE ...



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loses gas quality case

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

multi-million dollar
liquefied natural gas
(LNG) project pro-
posed for the
Bahamas has lost a

case it brought in the US against.

alleged “unreasonable conditions”
being imposed on it for an intercon-
nection agreement with the Florida
Gas Transmission Company (FGT).

Administrative Judge Herbert
Grossman, in a ruling handed down
this week, found against AES Ocean
Express, which is proposing to con-

Wilma insurance claims over $40m_

B By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

struct an LNG terminal on Ocean
Cay, a man-made island off Bimini.
The $650 million project, if approved
by the Government, would use a
pipeline to transport regasified LNG
to FGT’s system and generate elec-
tricity in Florida.

The proposed interconnection
agreement between the two parties
will see AES Ocean Express deliver
“large quantities of regasified LNG
directly into” FGT’s system.

In his verdict, Judge Grossman said
AES had first filed its complaint on
April 5, 2004, alleging that FGT “had

insisted on unreasonable conditions in |

the proposed interconnection agree-



TOTAL gross insurance claims resulting from Hurricane
Wilma last October have amounted to just over $40 million, fig-
ures released yesterday by the Bahamas General Insurance
Association (BGIA) revealed.

As of yesterday, some 45.5 per cent of the $40.074 million in
gross claims - some $18.216 million - had been paid, with $21.859
million outstanding. ad

The total gross claims figure is close to what many Bahamian
general insurance industry insiders had estimated after Hurricane
Wilma struck, hitting Grand Bahama and Bimini especially hard.

The $40.074 million figure is not the total cost of the damage

ment”.

“AES raised concerns that the gas
quality and interchangeability stan-
dards that would apply to the LNG
that would be introduced into FGT’s
system from AES’ proposed pipeline
were overly restrictive,” Judge Gross-
man recorded.

“FGT stated in its answer that the

conditions it proposed in the inter-

connection agreement were designed
to ensure the operational integrity of
its system, and to prevent detrimental
effects to its system or customers”:
In its submissions before the judge,
AES Ocean Express said that FGT’s

_ proposed standards were not consis-



tent with those used by other
pipelines in the Florida market.

In addition, the company argued
that FGT had “failed to justify” why it
was proposing different LNG quality
standards for two of its separate mar-
ket areas.

AES Ocean Express alleged that
this was “unfair discrimination in
favour of the Gulf Coast suppliers
and project developers”, placing its
Bahamian project at a competitive
disadvantage. :

However, Judge Grossman found °

_the LNG standards proposed by FGT

to be “just and reasonable”, adding

_ that they should only be applied to

._ imported gas such as the Bahamas °
’ product, not what was produced

domestically.
The Judge also ruled that these
standards be applied to the entire
FGT system, not just the market area
served by the AES Ocean Express
Bahamas project. ;
In addition, AES Ocean Express
had also urged the judge that any

_ costs it incurred in modifying its LNG

product to meet FGT’s new standards
should be distributed evenly, spread
to the power generators and electrical

SEE page 11B_



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Entrepreneur plans

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centre point’ |

| @ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

A COMPUTER entrepreneur yesterday told The Tribune | |
that he was seeking government approval to establish a soft-

inflicted by Wilma, though, as it will not include cars, property and
other items that were either not insured or underinsured. Nor
does the figure capture the deductibles the insured have to pay,
and it only relates to claims dealt with by BGIA members - not
policies that were placed outside the Bahamas.

And while the $40 million figure may seem a large amount, it
pales into insignificance when set against the claims and insurance
payouts made after Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne in 2003.
Then, as with Wilma, much of the funds that settled claims came
from reinsurance monies.

Not surprisingly, Grand Bahama accounted for some 86 per
cent of the total gross claims submitted, totalling $34.509 million.
Out of these, just over half - some $17.493 million - have been
paid. 3

_ Some $32.673 million of the gross claims submitted on Grand
Bahama had related to property, with some $16.627 million of



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centre point in the world” for dealing with ‘adware

Richards said the proposed
company, Portcullis Software,

|
ware house in the Bahamas, placing Bahamian businesses on _|
the Internet “for $300” and establishing this nation as “the

Earl e
SEE page 9B



these now paid. About $16.046 million property claims remain to
be settled.

Gross claims for damaged motor vehicles on Grand Bahama
totalled $1.587 million as of yesterday, some $794,612 worth of
these having been settled.

On the marine front, Grand Bahama saw total gross claims of
$248,347 submitted, and only :

$70,847 of these have been set- sea
tled to. date. This has left some SEE page 10B

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BAHAMIAN shareholders
in ICD Utilities, the listed
holding vehicle for the public
stake in Grand Bahama Power
Company, were yesterday
warned they would not receive
their normal May dividend
after the electricity utility
decided to conserve capital
with the approach of hurricane

spent more than $18.4 million
on restoring power over 2004

island had been hit by three
major hurricanes, and said it

ICD Utilities says:
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Hurricane repairs
cost Grand Bahama
Power $18.4m
in two years

wanted to conserve capital to
improve customer service.

As a result, its Board of
Directors had decided not to
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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS

APersonal Message from Mr. Patrick
Strachan at the Conclusion of His Two.
Year Term as President of the Bahamas

t., THURSDAY, APRIL 1s. 2006



Bahamas Chamber of

Commerce
Shirley St. & Collins Ave.

Nassau, Bahamas
Tel. (242) 322-2145
Fax. (242) 322-4649

Mr. Pat Strachan,
CRB., GRI., CRRA








BREA officials meet with Grand Bahama bork Authority,
Co-chairman and CEO Mr. Julian Francis, President of
the Grand Bahama chapter of BREA, Mr. Lee Van Lou is
pictured, left with CRB., GRI., CRRA, President of the
Bahamas Real Estate Association and BREA Director Mr.
Mike Lightbourn President Strachan noted “This was a
very encouraging meeting. We ate satisfied that there
will be.a closer working relationship between BREA Real-
tors and the Grand Bahama Port Authority, in the future”.

Patrick Strachan, C.R.S.,
G.R.I., C.R.R.A, who served as

President of the Bahamas.

Real Estate Association
(BREA) for two terms 2004-
2005 and 2005-2006 stood
down at the recent AGM of the
Association. In handing over

to incoming president Mr.

Larry Roberts, C.R.S., CIPS,
e-PRO, Institute of Luxury
Home Marketing Specialist,
Mr. Strachan noted: ae
“| believe that with the Board
of Directors we have accom-
plished much, during the past
two years, but there is still

E much to be done.

“| have worked very hard to
bring to light the illegal work-

ing of foreign agents selling

Bahamian land and proper-
tles. We have been in continu-
ous dialogue with former Min-

ister of Financial Services nial





islands.

“Career’s Fest 2005” proved popular with numerous stu-
dents. Pictured left to right are:- Sharmain Hutchison,
Temple Christian; Mr. Wendell Seymour, Registrar of Real
Estate in the Bahamas; Ashlin Culmer, C.1. Gibson HS;
Phillipa Strachan; C.I. Gibson HS; Lavantha Lookie, Tem-
ple Christian; Ms. June Fife, Office eee of the
Bahamas Real Estate Association. :

Investments Mrs. Allyson
Maynard Gibson (Now Attor-
ney General) to stop this
illegal practice. We have aiso
formed a strong link with the

Real Estate Association of the
through |

Palm Beaches,
National Real Estate Associa-
tion representative, Mr. Chip
Lubeck (Certifled International
Property Specialist), who is
working hard to ensure that all

U.S. Realtors and Developers

are made aware of the law that
requires the Involvement of a
Bahamian Realtor,
Bahamian Real Estate Sales.

“It has also been my aim to
establish ‘chapters’ of BREA
throughout our chain of
To date we have
established branches of our

association in Grand Bahama,

Eleuthera and Abaco.

In all

“I trust that ny suceeeect Mr.



Larry. Sticca M. A CRA of Bermuda who has been the
main instructor on BREA educational courses for sever-
al years, is pictured left; during “Part 1” of the 2006
Appraisers course. Also pictured are BREA members
and participants, Ms. Tracey Barone, Ms. Patty Birch and
Mr. John F. Bethel. “Part Il” of the appraisers course is
scheduled for May ist, with the examination scheduled
for May 6th.

Larry Roberts and his execu-
tives, will continue these
initiatives, along with the
many progressive ideas that |
am confident the new board

members already have in the
planning stage.

“The photos below are merely
a sampling of the many BREA
activities held during the past
two years. Finally, may | urge
all members of the public who
are contemplating
buying or selling real estate,
to contact the BREA office
(Tel. 322-2145) to ensure that

any person, with whom they >

are dealing, is, In fact, a
licensed Bahamian Realtor. In
this way, the public will be
protected from the shady
practices of unscrupulous
persons who often seek to
fraudulently conduct
estate ‘sales’.”







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teal



Monthly meetings of the BREA executive are on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Pictured at the November 2005 meeting

are left to right: James Newbold, Director; Mr. Lee Van Lew; Garnett Ellis, Director; Edith Powell, Honorary Secretary;
_ Rachel Pinder; Wendell Seymour, Registrar of Real Estate; Barbara Brooks Director; Patrick Strachan, President; Pauline _
Curry; William H. Wong, Director



The 2006-2007 executives of BREA are
pictured following the recent A.G.M. Left to
right, front row: Lana Munnings-Basalyga;
Barbara Brooks; Edith Powell; 2006-2007
President, Larry Roberts; Brenda P.D.
Knowles; Vice President; Immediate past
president, Patrick Strachan; Second row:
Wendel Seymour, Bahamas Registrar of
‘Insurance; Stuart Halbert, Treasurer;
4 Michael Lightbourn; Carla Sweeting; Carla
| Christie. Top row: William U. Wong; Peter
|| Dupuch. ,
| (Missing from the photo are James New-
i bold, secretary; Lee Van Lew, President
'| Grand Bahama Chapter and Mr. Brent
Cartwright, President, Abaco Chapter).



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FSF: No ‘specific review’ of the Bahamas yet

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@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE Financial Stability
Forum (FSF) told The Tribune
it has “not specifically”
assessed yet whether the
Bahamas is meeting its so-
called ‘international regulato-
ry standards’, as the organisa-
tion proceeds with its initia-
tive against offshore financial
centres.

Jun Mizuguchi, the FSF Sec-
retariat member who is head-
ing the offshore centre review
process, told The Tribune in
an exclusive interview that the
organisation was content to let
other regulatory bodies take

the lead and compile informa- _

tion on whether offshore cen-
tres were complying with inter-
national regulatory guidelines.

Referring to last month’s
17th FSF meeting in Sydney,
during which its offshore finan-
cial centre initiative was dis-
cussed, Mr Mizuguchi said:
“The FSF did not specifically
talk about the Bahamas and
other offshore centres at this
stage. The FSF did not identi-
fy specific actions on the off-
shore financial centres.”

The FSF initiative, launched
over a year ago, aims "to pro-
mote further improvements in
offshore centres", with the
organisation alleging that
unnamed countries “still have
problems in complying with
international standards".

The FSF is mainly con--

cerned with effective cross-
border co-operation and infor-
mation exchange, and the ade-
quacy of supervisory resources,
in offshore financial centres.
It still has “problems" with
several nations, although it has
declined to specify which ones.

Mr Mizuguchi told The Tri-
bune that the key date in the
process would arrive in March
2007, when the FSF would
review the initiative’s effec-
tiveness and “take stock of the

process”.

Currently, the FSF is happy
to let other regulators such as
the International Monetary
Fund (IMF);,IOSCO, the
international*association*of
securities regulators, and the
International:Association of
Insurance Supervisors take the
lead in the offshore centre ini-
tiative.

It is waiting for all. of these
bodies to submit “complete

information” on their respec-
tive assessments before decid-
ing which steps to take next.
Mr Mizuguchi pointed out
that the IMF’s assessment of
the Bahamian financial regu-
latory regime had been com-
pleted and published in 2004,
and said the Fund was likely to
do follow-up inspections.
Given that the FSF seems to
be gearing up for another
attack on international finan-
cial centres, it may be prudent
for the Government to send
representatives to meet with
this body and head off any
potential repeat of 2000.

Linked

Then, the FSF, which is
closely linked to the Bank for
International Settlements
(BIS), an organisation con-
trolled largely by the same
nations that dominate the
Financial Action Task Force
(FATF) and OECD, named
the Bahamas in the lowest of
three offshore centre cate-
gories in 2000 for having
allegedly weak supervisory and
regulatory standards that

posed "a threat to the global
financial system".

However, Mr Mizuguchi |

told The Tribune that the
FSF’s 2000 list was no longer
valid, although it had not mea-
sured progress made by indi-
vidual offshore centres against
the criticisms voiced in that
list.

Mr Mizuguchi said: “With
respect to our 2000 list, last
year in March we publicly
declared that list was inopera-
tive now. We feel that the pur-
pose of the 2000 list has been
served already.

“That was five years-ago,
and we have to see what the
individual offshore centres sit-
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judge whether a particular off-
shore centre is progressing well
or not progressing well vis a
vis the 2000 list.” ,

The current FSF process .

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m@ By ELLEN SIMON
AP Business Writer

NEW YORK (AP) —
Stocks ended a quiet session
with a moderate gain Wednes-
day on strong earnings news

and a decline in the trade
deficit: .

Wall | Street rebounded from
Tuesd ay’s losses after Circuit
City Sitores Inc. reported its
earnir igs jumped 65 percent.
The el] ectronic retailer’s news,

The Public Hospitals Authority invites t ender for the purchase of
the following vehicles:-

1. 1999 Mitsubishi L300 Bu is
2. 2.1997 Daewoo Damas ‘ Van
3. 1995 Daewoo Racer

4. 1990 Chévy S10 .

Vehicles 1-4 can be viewed at the Pri ncess Margaret Hospital’s ©

Compound, Shirley Street.

5. 1998 Daewoo Cielo
6. 1997 Daewoo Espero
7. 2000 Daewoo Tico

8. 1999 Kia Pregio Van

Vehicles 5-8 can be viewed at Materia 1s Management directorate’s
Compound, Shirley Street.

Sealed envelopes, marked tender should . be addressed to the Managing
Director, Public Hospitals Aut hority, Manx Corporate
Centre/Dockendale House, P.O. Box } 4-8200, to arrive no later than
April 30, 2006. (Vehicles are sold as. is)

"” Herbert H. F srown
Managing Dj irector

Saturday evening,
April 15th thru) Tuesday

coming off an upbeat earnings
report from Alcoa Inc. early
in the week, reassured
investors nervous about rising
commodity prices and their
impact on corporate profits.

In economic news, Ameri-
ca’s trade deficit improved in
February, as the imbalance
with China dropped to the
lowest level in nearly a year.
But the overall deficit was still
the third highest on record.
The deficit for the first two
months of this year is running
13.5 percent above the pace in
early 2005, a year when the
USS. deficit hit an all-time high
of $723.6 billion.

The Commerce Department
reported Wednesday that the
deficit fell to $65.7 billion, a
4.2 percent decline from Janu-
ary’s record imbalance of $68.7
billion.

“We have a minor stabiliza-
tion of the market after a cou-
ple of slightly softer days,” said
Stuart Schweitzer, global mar-
kets strategist at JPMorgan
Asset & Wealth Management.
“No big surprise.”

The Dow Jones industrial
average rose 40.34, or 0.36 per-
cent, to 11,129.97.

Broader stock indicators
also closed higher. The Stan-
dard & Poor’s 500 index rose
1.55, or 0.12 percent, to
1,288.12, and the Nasdaq com-
posite index rose 4.33, or 0.19
percent, to 2,314.68.

The market seems to be
moving in a pattern similar to
recent earnings seasons, in
which the market rises with
high expectations for earnings
before companies begin to
announce, then enters a pull-
back or a lull as earnings sea-
son begins, said Richard E.
Cripps, chief market strategist
for chief market strategist for

_ Stifel Nicolaus, a broker based

in St. Louis.

Investors were also watch-
ing events overseas; nervous-
ness about Iran’s nuclear capa-
bilities contributed to Wall
Street’s decline on Tuesday,
when the Dow fell more than
51 points.

There were further signs the
housing market is slowing,
which some investors view as a
sign that Federal Reserve rate
hikes are cooling down the
economy.

The Mortgage Bankers
Association’s weekly home
purchase index decreased by
4.7 percent and the refinance
index dropped by 6.6 percent.

Bonds fell, with the yield on
the 10-year Treasury note at

4.98 percent, down from 4.93.

percent late Tuesday. The U.S.
dollar was mixed against other
major currencies. Gold prices
were higher.

Crude oil futures fell. A bar-
rel of light crude settled at
$68.62, down 36 cents, in trad-
ing on the New York Mercan-
tile Exchange.

Circuit City rose $2.04, or
8.3 percent, to $26.65 after its
fourth-quarter earnings soared
on strong sales and improved
supply management. Earnings
from Circuit City, the nation’s
No. 2 chain of consumer elec-
tronics stores behind Best Buy
Co. Inc., were $146.6 million,
or 84 cents per share, beating
analysts’ estimates of 84 cents
a share.

Alcoa, which reported earn-
ings after the close of trading
Monday, was unchanged at
$34.09. :

Bausch & Lomb shares fell
$3.42 to $45.61 shedding
another 7 percent, after the
eye care products company
said the source of an increase
in fungal infections linked to
one of its lens solutions Mon-
day remains a mystery and
retailers continued to pull the

' products from their shelves.

Gannett Co., the largest
newspaper publisher in the
country, fell $1.06 to $57.76
after it reported an 11.5 per-
cent decline in profit as the
company began expensing
stock options and recording
costs from its new newspaper
partnership in Detroit. \

Advancing issues narrowly
outnumbered decliners,on The
New York Stock Exchange,
where preliminary consolidat-

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billion at the same time Tues-
day.

The Russell 2000 index of
smaller companies rose 5.66,
or 0.76 percent, to 747.77.

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treet rises on earnings news

Overseas, Japan’s Nikkei
stock average fell 1.47 percent.
Britain’s FTSE 100 dropped
0.26 percent, Germany’s DAX
index fell 0.12 percent, and
France’s CAC-40 lost 0.54 per-
cent.

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10.70 8.00 Bahamas Property’ Fund 10.70 10.70 0.00 1.568 0.360 6.8 3.36%
7.24 6.00 Bank of Bahamas | 7.10 7.210 0.00 0.643 0.330 11.0 4.654%
qO.85 0.70 Benchmark } 0.70 0.70 0.00 0.175 0.020 4.0 2.862
H1.80 1.26 Bahamas Waste 1.26 1.26 0.00 0.105 0.060 12.0 4.76%
1.20 1.04 Fidelity Bank { 1.18 1.15 -0.03 1,950 0.070 0.040 16.7 3.42%
9.60 8.00 Cable Bahamas I 9.20 9.20 0.00 0.565 0.240 16.3 2.612
42.20 13 9. Colina Holdings’ 1.69 1.69 0.00 -0.067 0.000 NM 0.00
H9.99 8.33 Commonwealth Barik 9.99 9.99 0.00 0.861 0.490 11.6 4.90%
5.68 4.12 Consolidated Wa;:ter BDRs 4.80 4.79 -0O.01 | 0.091 0.045 52.2 0.95%
2.88 1.50 Doctor's Hospital 2.45 2.45 0.00 ~ 0.437 0.000 5.6 0.00%
6.21 4.02 Famguard ' 6.21 6.21 0.00 0.542 0.240 11.5 3.862
10.99 10.25 Finco : 10.99 10x99) 0.00 0.738 0.540 14.9 4.914%
11.50 7.75 FirstCaribbean | 11.50 11.50 0.00 0.874 0.500 13.2 4.35%
10.42 7.99 Focol i; 10.42 10.42 0.00 0.833 0.500 12.5 4.802
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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS ) _ ‘THURSDAY, APRIL 13,.2006, PAGE 5B

_ INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY





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MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES

ELEUTHERA
(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue) — |



Alll that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 42,

sq. ft. and basement area about 144 sq. ft. This home is in good condition. The land is flat and on a hill, and is clear of
all debis. Area is complete with all goods, utilities and services available.



Appraisal: $108,934.00

This property is situated on the northern side of the road leading to the public cemetery and approximately 66 ft westerly from the main Eleuthera Highway in the
settlement of Lower Bogue.

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ELEUTHERA © 7

(Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue)

comprising of about 34,210 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 12 year old single storney home comprising of 4 bedrooms,
3 bathrooms, front room, dining, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry room, with a total living area of approximately

This home is approximately 85% completed. The property is well landscaped with crab grass, fiascos and some fruit
< trees.



Appraisal: $235,638.00

This property is situated on the western side of Eleuthera Highway in the settlement of Lower Bogue.



BRAKEN BURY ROAD, BLUE HILL ESTATES
(Lot No. 15 Block 11)

All that lot of land having an area of 14,520 sq. ft., being lot no. 15 block 11 of the Subdivision known as and designated

comprised of a 20 yr old single family residence consisting of approximately 1,234 sq. ft., of enclused living space with
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living, utility, dining rooms and a Kkitchen. The land is on a grad and level; however the site
appears to be sufficently elivated to dissalow the possibility of flooding duri9ng annual heavy rainy periods of the year.
The grounds are falny: kept, with improvements eee amvenay, walwiey a angi low sirup, Yard is enclosed with
chain linked fencing. et St AOS a Wwbtea We RO



Appraisal: $174, 592.00

Traveling west on the service road of the Tonique Williams Highway, turn left at the corner just before Orginal Patties, drive straight over the hill to the. end of the
corner. The subject house is the last house at the top of the hill peinted white trimmed green. if



CYCLOPS GARDEN
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| Cowpen Road one corner west of Faith Avenue Junction. This property comprise of a two and a half year old single
storey duples with a gross floor area of 1,512.42 sq. ft., each unit consisting of 2 bedrooms. ‘all wth wall airconditioning
units, 1 bathroom, living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new. es i

Appraisal: $215,261 00

Heading south on Faith Avenue to junction off Cowpen road make a right then first right again. The subject property is the 4th on the right tan trimmed brown..



LOT #7 EARLY SETTLERS DRIVE
(Eleuthera)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 11,200 sq. ft. being #7 Early Settlers Drive, North Eleuthera
Heights, Eleuthera one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised an incomplete
| two storey single family structure consisting of approximately 2,255.92 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms,
| 2.5 bathrooms, living room, ee kitchen and tv room.

Appraisal: $132,968.00

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NORTH ELEUTHERA HEIGHTS (ELEUTHERA), Lot #20 approximately 11,200 sq. ft., and bounded on North by Early Settler Drive
and South by Deal Investment Ltd., this is a single family zoning and 50 ft., above sea level. This site encompasses a foundation
with plumbing and roughing inplace and well compacked quarry fill. The concrete floor has not been poured as yet. The foundation
is 2,511 sq. ft. Lot #20 situated 1.5 miles east wardly of the Blutt Settlement. The said lot is vacant and a hill over looking the Atlantic
Ocean. Appraisal: $41,275.00



BAHAMA SOUND (EXUMA), Lot #7088 situated in Bahama Sound, Exuma section 10 East. Great Exuma approximately 10.5 miles

| west of George Town lot is square in shape on elevation of approximately 15 ft., above sea level contains 10,000 sq. ft., No adverse
site conditions noted. This property is single family residence. Property is located on the northwestern side of the Queen’s Highway,
about 10.5 miles northwest of George Town, Appraisal: $23,100.00

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comprising of about 11,570 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 25 year old single story home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2 f
bathrooms (one incomplete), front room, dining, kitchen and basement area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66 —

All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62, :

2,342.06. Property also includes a double car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of approximately 655.75. —

at Blue Hill Estates, the said subdivision situated in the western district of New Providence, Bahamas. The property is .

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THE TRIBUNE.



ICD Utilities
says: No May

dividend

FROM page 1B

ricane season closes.

This move has forced ICD |

Utilities’ Board to follow suit
on the May dividend.

In a statement issued yester-
day, ICD Utilities said: “Grand
Bahama Power is not declaring
a dividend at this time in order
to improve service quality, reli-
ability and overall customer
satisfaction. Grand Bahama
Power s decision was made
after a comprehensive review
of [its] customer service deliv-
ery performance.

“In the aftermath of three
hurricanes and a major tropical
storm in 2004 and 2005, the
cost of Grand Bahama Pow-
er’s restoration efforts exceed-
ed $18.4 million.

“Prudent utility practice

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requires Grand Bahama Pow-
er to invest into strengthening
its power system against hurri-
canes. Another active hurri-
cane season is forecasted for

2006.”
Chief

David Dunbar, Grand
Bahama Power’s chief execu-
tive, last May said that Hurri-
canes Frances and Jeanne in
2004 had cost the company $4
million in lost revenue and $7.9
million in damage repair costs,
making for an $11.9 million hit.

The company’s sales had suf-
fered in early 2005 as a result
of the hurricanes and ongoing
economic recovery in Grand
Bahama, where it supplies
almost 19,000 residential, busi-
ness and industrial customers.
Some 85 per cent.of its cus-
tomer base is in the area that
comes under the Grand
Bahama. Port Authority, which
sets the firm’s electricity rates.

Grand Bahama Power’s ulti-
mate parent company, Geor-
gia-based Mirant Corporation,
said in its annual report filing
with the Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC)
that “higher sales” from its
Bahamian operation in 2005
produced a $3 million gross
margin increase, part of a $28
million Caribbean-wide rise.

Mirant, which owns a 55.4
per cent majority stake in
Grand Bahama Power, said
that the latter’s debt ‘principal
had increased from $29 million

at year-end 2004 to $43 mil-
lion a year later, the interest
rate attached being 5.625 per
cent.

Grand Bahama Power has a

$48 million senior unsecured

credit facility with Scotiabank
(Bahamas), an agreement it
entered into in November
2004, and which consists of a.

$28 million, 10-year amortis- -'

ing term facility and $20 mil-
lion construction facility.

The entire term facility was
drawn down as at December
2004, a date at which Grand

Bahama Power had also used *

$2 million of the construction
facility.

Mirant said: “The $10 mil-. -

lion letter of credit issued in
October 2004 under the con-

struction facility was reduced :

in June 2005 by $3 million, and

in July 2005 by $4 million, toa .

new amount of $3 million.

Power

“As of December 2005,
Grand Bahama Power has
drawn approximately $16 mil-
lion under the construction
facility. The construction facil-

ity converts into an amortising -

term facility at the conclusion
of the construction period (up
to 16 months) and matures

together with the $28 million

term facility.”
Grand Bahama Power,
Mirant added, was in compli-

ance with all the covenants”
attached to the loan agree-

ment.

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS

IN THE SUPREME. COURT

Probate Side

IN THE ESTAE OF EDWIN TOWNSEND
WOODRUFF, late of No. 46 George Street, Nassau, .
The Bahamas. Deceased.

Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claim
or demand against the above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in wirting to the undersigned on or before the 27th
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Former Enron chief
denies wrongdoing

@ By PATTI BOND
Cox News Service

HOUSTON — The anticipat-
ed fireworks in the Enron fraud
trial quickly fizzled into slow-
burning embers Tuesday.

Former Chief Executive Jef-
frey Skilling spent his second
day on the stand debunking - in
painstaking detail - the govern-
ment’s conspiracy and fraud
charges against him. Under the
deliberate prodding of defense
attorney Daniel Petrocell,
Skilling refuted the claims from
his former colleagues at Enron
that the company routinely
fluffed up financial statements.

Skilling, who has kept his
sometimes-combative demeanor
in check, chafed when his attor-
ney asked him whether Enron
had propped up quarterly earn-
ings by a few pennies to meet
Wall Street expectations.

“That is absurd. It’s not true,”
Skilling snapped.

Also not true, Skilling said,
were the statements from a long
line of Enron executives turned
government witnesses who have
filed into court in recent weeks
to testify against him.

“You’ve heard a lot of peo-
ple, people you worked elbow-
to-elbow with, who said you
lied,” Petrocelli said. “Were they
telling the truth?”

“No - they weren’t,” Skilling











said.

“Did you ever have a single
conversation with someone at
Enron in which you said, ’We’re
not cutting it - we’ve got to
break the law?’?” Petrocelli
asked.

“IT never did that,” Skilling
replied. “I don’t think I did any-
thing remotely like that.”

As is often the case in white-
collar trials, jurors will have to
decide which side is more believ-
able. There is no paper trail
directly linking Skilling or Enron
founder Kenneth Lay, a co-
defendant, to the alleged fraud
at Enron. So prosecutors and
defense attorneys are waging a
he-said, she-said battle.

Skilling, accused of lying to
investors to cover up a massive
fraud at Enron, has a lot to

' debunk - prosecutors called 22

witnesses before finishing their
case March 28.

After spending much of Mon-
day delving into Skilling’s char-
acter, Petrocelli switched Tues-
day to a line-by-line assault of
the 28-count indictment against
his client. Prosecutors dropped
some charges last month, but the
indictment still spans 40-plus
pages.

Charges against Skilling span
the period from 1999 to 2001,
when he resigned from Enron
four months before it filed for
bankruptcy protection.

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The six charges against Lay
focus on his actions after Skilling
left Enron.

Lay, 63, and Skilling, 52, face
at least 25 years in prison if con-
victed.

Skilling spent most of Tues-
day morning recalling Enron’s
heyday in the 1990s, when the
company became a Wall Street
darling for its innovative
approach to energy trading and

* branched out into retail and

broadband ventures.

In 1999, Petrocelli noted,
Enron reported that net income
in its wholesale energy division
shot up 48 percent compared
with the previous year.

Prosecutors claim the compa-
ny hit a rocky period that year,
prompting Skilling and Lay to
turn to accounting tricks to keep
the good news coming.

“In 1999, given that you’re
ahead of everybody else, was
there any reason why the com-
pany needed to start breaking

the law in order to continue that ~

growth?” Petrocelli asked.
“No,” Skilling replied.

And so it went for much of ,

Tuesday’s testimony, with
Skilling alternating between flat
denials and drawn-out discus-
sions of Enron’s finances.
Skilling, who said Monday he

had considered a teaching career ~

after he left Enron, was profes-
sorially chatty when given the





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chance to explain the day-to-day
dealings of his former employer.

Like other public companies, ~
- Enron’s quarterly earnings pro-

jections were a moving target,
Skilling said, that sometimes
fluctuated at the last minute.
Executives did their best, he
said, to keep shareholders
informed, but no company can

be expected to lay out every bit -

ofits business. .

“It’s virtually impossible to do
so,” Skilling said. “There’s a
wide range of information that
you don’t want your competi-
tors to know ... so the vast major-
ity is not disclosed.”

Prosecutors contend, however,
that Enron had far more to hide
than the average public compa-
ny.

They say Lay and Skilling
used off-the-books partnerships,
among other financial tricks, set
up by former Enron finance
chief Andrew Fastow to cover
up money-losing assets and prop
up profits. Fastow, 44, who tes-
tified against Skilling last month,
has pleaded guilty to fraud
charges and faces 10 years in
prison.

Lay and Skilling say they were
duped by Fastow and other
rogue executives. They also
claim that Enron collapsed into
bankruptcy not because of prob-
lems with its core businesses but
because investors lost confidence

and triggered a “run on the. .
. bank” after learning that Fas-

tow had looted the company of
millions of dollars through his
shady deals.

Skilling is expected to contin-
ue his direct testimony for the
remainder of the week.



















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that any person who knows any reason why registration/
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US trade deficit with China falls

ll By MARTIN
CRUTSINGER

AP Economics Writer _.

WASHINGTON (AP) —
The Chinese are engaged in
a multibillion-dollar buying
spree of all things American,
from soybeans to Boeing jet-
liners, and the huge U.S. trade
deficit with China dropped
unexpectedly in February.

But the Bush administra-
tion said Wednesday that
more trade concessions will
be needed when President Hu
Jintao visits Washington next

week to quiet growing unrest
in this country over a U.S.

trade deficit with China that ‘

hit $202 billion last year,

That deficit, the highest
ever for the U.S. with a single
country, has led to demands in
Congress for punitive tariffs
against all Chinese products
if Beijing does not do more
to halt what critics see as; the
country’s unfair trading prac-
tices.

The complaints include
accusations that China has not
done enough to deal with
rampant piracy of copyright

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registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
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products. This practice robs
American computer software
companies and music and
movie businesses of billions
of dollars in annual sales.

American manufacturers
also are upset because they
believe China is unfairly
depressing the value of its cur-
rency against the dollar by as
much as 40 percent. Thus,
Chinese goods bought by
American consumers are sig-
nificantly cheaper in the Unit-
ed States while American
products are more expensive
in China.

The trade deficit with China
represented more than one-
fourth of last year’s record
$723.6 billion U.S. deficit with
all countries. Critics say the
deficits are a major factor in
the loss of nearly 3 million
manufacturing jobs since Pres-
ident Bush took office in 2001.

Republicans, strong sup-
porters of Bush’s free-trade
policies, are beginning to wor-
ry they could suffer in the
upcoming congressional elec-
tions unless the trade picture
begins to improve.

The Chinese, seeking to pla-
cate their biggest foreign mar-
ket, dispatched Vice Premier
Wu Yi and 200 Chinese busi-
ness executives on a $16.2 bil-
lion buying spree over the past
week with stops in a number
of states to demonstrate the
importance of the vast Chi-
nese market for American
companies.

The purchases included 80

Boeing jetliners and various .

other U.S. products, from tele-
phones to soybeans and soft-
ware.

Wu continued the goodwill
campaign during a stop in
Washington on Tuesday
where she struck agreements
to deal with some long-sim-
mering trade disputes. She
announced that China was
ready to resume purchases of
American beef that were halt-
ed after the first case of mad
cow disease was discovered in
Washington state in Decem-
ber 2003.


























She made commitments to
crack down on copyright pira-
cy, including requiring all
computers sold in China to be
loaded with legal software.

The administration invited
Wu to the White House on
Wednesday for a meeting with
Bush. The president told her
that he was looking forward
to next week’s meetings and
hoped the Chinese president
would “explain to the Ameri-
can people how China will
meet the challenge of rectify-
ing global economic imbal-
ances,” White House
spokesman Scott McClellan
told reporters.

That conversation followed
Bush’s remarks Monday that
he planned to raise the cur-
rency issue with Hu. His com-
ment has raised hopes among
manufacturing groups that the
Chinese may be preparing to
move more further in revalu-
ing their currency.

The White House got some
good news on America’s
deficit with China with a
report Wednesday showing
the trade gap declined by a
bigger-than-expected 22.7 per-
cent in February, falling to

“$13.8 billion, the smallest

imbalance with China since
March 2005.

The improvement reflected
a 19.9 percent jump in US.
exports to China to $4.1 bil-
lion, the second highest level
on record, led by big gains in
sales of American cotton, soy-
beans and semiconductors.
Chinese imports fell by 16.2
percent.to $17.9 billion.

On Wall Street, the Dow
Jones industrial average rose
40.34 points to close at
11,129.97 on Wednesday.

Analysts noted that China
has reported that its trade sur-
plus for March was more than
double the amount for the
previous year, indicating that
its exports to the United



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_ “The fundamental
- problems brought
about by flawed and
failed trade policies
continue to create huge

trade deficits and the
potential for real —
economic difficulties

ri Cerelore Matte) mae
datone around.”

States probably rebounded as
well.

Democratic critics noted
that even with the big Febru-
ary decline in the gap with
China, the overall trade deficit
still came in at $65.7 billion,
the third highest monthly
deficit in history.

“The fundamental problems
brought about by flawed and
failed trade policies continue
to create huge trade deficits
and the potential for real eco-
nomic difficulties if we don’t



turn them around,” said Sen. ‘

Byron Dorgan, D-N.D.

Even a Republican sup- ":

porter of trade liberalization

warned China on Wednesday *«
that it must start to show’
results in boosting U.S. *
exports to ward off protec- ~

tionist sentiment in Congress.

“Lofty statements coming '

= Senator Byron bgt

from a meeting don’t mean a‘

thing if there isn’t follow-
through,” said Senate Finance
Committee Chairman Charles

Grassley, R-lowa.

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Entrepreneur plans

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 9B ©

ake Bahamas eae

‘adware c«

FROM page 1B

already had close to 50 per
cent Bahamian ownership, and
wanted to start training
Bahamians in software devel-
opment, computer program-
ming and web design.

Mr Richards, who has
worked in computers and IT
since 1972, including a stint
with Databank (New
Zealand), that country’s com-
puterised banking system, said:
“We’re looking to start up a
software house, training
Bahamians in web design and,
in turn, have those people
training others.

“We're looking to put every
single business we can in the
Bahamas on the Internet, and
do this in an economic way.
We're prepared to put a busi-
ness on the web for $300.”

Warned

He warned that this did not
mean a fully-developed web-
site, but for $300 a Bahamian
company would receive a sin-
gle attractive, functioning
page. Companies, who wanted
more from Portcullis would
have to pay extra.

Pointing out that Bahamian
companies were losing out on
business opportunities to for-
eign rivals because they did
not have the ability to market
themselves via the Internet,
Mr Richards said Portcullis
wanted to place all Bahamian

so visitors would be aware of
them before arriving in this
nation.

Among the attractions ripe
for such treatment were the
Arawak Cay Fish Fry and Fort
Charlotte, plus Bahamian-
owned charter operators that
serviced the Family Islands.

Mr Richards said: “Every
‘Mom and Pop’ store will be
able to be on the Internet at a
cost that’s not ridiculous. A lot
of people go to the Internet to
look up telephone numbers,

and they will be able to go [to -

pages designed by Portcullis]
and look these up.”

Apart from web design,
Portcullis is planning three
other areas to its business
operations. It currently has
four staff, and Mr Richards

said that as part of its Inter- ,

net training plans, it will take
on three programmers, train
them, and then charge them
with training a further three
people, broadening the labour
market.

Another service Portcullis
hopes to provide is the

removal of all malware, such

as adware and viruses, from
infected Bahamian computers
while preserving the integrity
of their systems.

The company is also launch-.

ing the website
BadAware.com to combat
‘adware’. Mr _ Richards

explained that ‘adware’ con-
sisted of advertising messages
sent to computers via the
Internet.

Examples of this were pop-



up adverts, which often probably the strongest team in

ntre point’

expect to achieve a rate of Mr Richards said: “There’s a

worked hand-in-glove with

-spyware, which records the

passwords and key logs used
by computer users.

Mr Richards said the vol-
ume of adware sent to com-
puters slowed them down and
often locked them up, pre-
venting them from operating
efficiently.

Site

He added that the
BadAware.com site was oper-
ational,and looking for
Bahamian programmers to
staff it.

“What we have to offer is .

dealing with spyware, adware
and viruses, making the
Bahamas the centre point in
the world for dealing with
this,” Mr Richards said.

“We're talking about taking
the Bahamas to the world.
There’s a gigantic problem
called adware out there. No
government has done anything
about it.

-“The Bahamas government
will be recognised in this area.
We need a lot of people for

programmers and developers,

as well as developing websites
for every business here.in the
Bahamas.”

Mr Richards said he did not

return on his investment for
some time, but added that
combating adware was “a
gigantic field” involving bil-
lions of dollars. Those behind
it, he said, had not fully shown
their hand yet.

belief here that there is noth-
ing to manufacture. In a case
like that, you manufacture out
of thin air, and out of thin air
you manufacture software. I
believe Bahamians have not
been given opportunities.”

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS. 2005/COM/bnk

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Bankruptcy and Insolvency

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BETWEEN

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' Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTICE

/ NOTICE is hereby given that LEXIRA LEXIUS OF
| CARMICHAEL ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
‘the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
‘registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
ithat any person who knows any reason why registration/
‘naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
‘and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
|‘ from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister responsible
for ere and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,

[NOTICE

; NOTICE is hereby given that DIEUPHA MOCOMBE OF P.O.
' BOX SS-5951, FORT FINCASTLE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
| Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
| Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-
eight days from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
{ Nassau, Bahamas.

PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, ST. PAUL ONEIL:
BOWEN also known as ST. PAUL ONEIL JACQUES of
the Western District of the Island of New Providence,
intend to change my name to ST. PAUL ONEIL JACQUES.
If there are any objections to this change of name by Deed
| Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief Passport
Officer, RO.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than
thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JUNIOR MOREUS OF
HUTCHINSON STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,



for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 13TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,
Bahamas.























NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that NELSON PETITFRERE OF
ALLEN DRIVE, CARMICHAEL ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS,
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-
eight days from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas. ~

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WESLY JOSEPH OF SUNRISE
ROAD OFF BLUE HILL ROAD, P.O. BOX CR-55201,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement.of the |
facts within twenty- sight’ days from the 13TH day of APRIL,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.





Temple Clvistian High Sohool

“Teach Me, O Lard, Thy Way"...Psalmn 119°33

Invites applications for qualified Christian teachers for the following
positions for the 2006-2007.school year.

- Journalism! Literature (Gr. 10-12)

- Religious Knowledge Bible (Gr. 7-12)
- Math (Gr. 7-12)

- Physics (Gr. 10- 12)

- Agriculture (Gr. 7-9)

- Technical Drawing (Gr. 7-12)

- Accounts/Commerce/Economics (Gr. 10-12)
- Physical Education (Gr.. 7-12)

- Spanish (Gr. 7-12)

- Geography/History (Gr. 10- ne

~ Chemistry

- Business Studies (Gr. 10-12)

- Health Science (Gr. 7-9)

- General Science (Gr. 7-9)

- Computer Studies (Gr. 7-12)

~ Music (Gr. 7-12)

- Biology (Gr. 10-12)

- Language Arts/Literature (Fr. 7-12)
- Art/Craft (Gr. 7-12)

- Food Nutrition (Gr. 10-12)

- Home Economics (Gr. 7-9)

Applicants must:

| A. Be a practicing born-again Christian who is willing to subscribe

to the Statement of Faith of Temple Christian Schools.

B. Have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or higher from a
recognized College or University in the area of specialization.

C. Have a valid Teacher’s Certificate or Diploma.

D. Have at least two years teaching experience in the relevant
subject area with excellent communication skills.

E. Applicants must have the ability to prepare students for all
examinations to the BJC/BGCSE levels.

F. Be willing to participate in the high school’s extra curricular
programmes.

Application must be picked up at the high school office on Shirley
Street be returned with a full curriculum vitae, recent coloured
photograph and three references to:

Mr. Neil Hamilton
The Principal
Temple Christian High School
P.O. Box N-1566
Nassau, Bahamas

Deadline for applications is May 25th, 2006



AND

RUDOLPH KERMITT KING aka -
RUDY KING-LARODA
Judgement Debtor

BANKRUPTCY ORDER

BEFORE the Honourable Justice John Lyons of the
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

DATED this 9th day of March, A.D., 2006

UPON HEARING the Petition of Cavalier Construction
Co. Ltd., a company incorporated under and carrying on business
in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas and having its registered office situated in the city of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence, and upon proof,
satisfactory to the court, of the debt of the petitioner and of the
act of bankruptcy alleged to have been committed by the
Judeement Debtor having been given. :

UPON HEARING Mr. Roger Gomez holding brief
for Mr. Wayne Munroe of Counsel for the Judgement Debtor

‘ AND UPON HEARING Dr. Peter'D. Maynard with
i: “Mr. Jason T. Maynard of COunpe! HOY pi Judgement Creo

“TIS ORDERED THAT:

1. The Judgement Debtor, RUDOLPH KERMITT KING, also
known as RUDY KING-LARODA, carrying on business as
Chairman of the King Humanitarian and Global Foundation
and lately residing at Raymond Road, Claridgedale Gardens in
the Eastern District of the Island of New Providence one of the
Islands of the said Commonwealth, be and he is hereby adjudged
bankrupt.

2. Until such time as the appointment of a trustee by the creditors
shall have been certified by the court, it is hereby certified and
declared hat the Registrar of the Supreme Court, Mrs. Estelle
Gray-Evans, is the trustees of the property of the said bankrupt |
and the said Registrar is hereby ordered to take possession of
the said property forthwith.

3. Acopy of this Order adjudging the Judgement Debtor bankrupt
shall be published i in the Gazette.

4. The first meeting of creditors shall be held at a date to be
fixed.

5. The costs of and incidental to this application are to be paid
by the Judgement Debtor to the Judgement Creditor, to be taxed
if not agreed.

BY ORDER OF THE COURT
REGISTRAR

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

_ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any
claim or demand against the estate of the above-named Rudolph
Kermitt King aka Rudy King-Laroda, carrying on business as
Chairman of King Humanitarian and Global Foundation and
lately residing at Raymond Road, Claridgedale Gardens in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence, who was

’ adjudged bankrupt on the 9th day of March A.D. 2006 by the
Supreme Court of The Bahamas, are required to send their names,
addresses and the particulars of their debts, duly verified by
affidavit to the undersigned on or before the 18th day of April
A.D. 2006, and, if so required, be prepared to prove such debts
or claims.

AND NOTICE IS GIVEN that first meeting of creditors in the
above matter will be held at the Office of the Registrar, Second
Floor, Ansbacher Building, East Street North, Nassau, Bahamas
on Tuesday, the 2nd day of May A.D., 2006 at 12:30 o’clock
in the afternoon.

AND FURTHER NOTICE IS GIVEN that only those creditors
whose debts have been lodged with the Registrar and proved as
aforesaid will be admitted to vote and entitled to participate in
the first meeting of the creditors.

Dated this 3rd day of April A.D, 2006.



STELLE G.
Registrar of the Suprem

Trustee-in-Bankruptcy
Supreme Court Registry

Second Floor
Ansbacher House
Bank Lane
P.O. Box N-167
: Nassau, The Bahamas



PAGE 10B, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006

THE TRIBUNE |



Wilma insurance claims over $40m

Legal Notice

NOTICE
COVENTRY INVESTMENTS LIMITED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) CONVENTRY INVESTMENTS LIMITED is in voluntary
dissolution under the provisions of Section 137 (4) of the International
Business Companies Act 2000.

ETO] =k

FROM page 1B

$177,500 worth of marine
claims resulting from Hurri-
cane Wilma yet to be settled.

Outside of Grand Bahama,
the largest amount of Wilma-
related claims came from oth-
er Family Islands.

This is likely to mean Bimini,
and these gross claims totalled
$5.15 million. Out of these,
only $348,137 has been paid to
claimants. All these damages

are related to property.

On Abaco, out of total gross
Wilma claims worth $359,258,
only $7,000 remains to be set-
tled, again all for property
damage.

On New Providence, some
$55,665 worth of Wilma-relat-
ed claims were submitted, and
$22,665 paid as of yesterday.
Most of this - some $38,515 -
was in the marine category.

The vast majority of Wilma-
related claims, some $38.194

million, were for property
damages. Out of these, some
$17.335 million has been paid
to claimants thus far, leaving

- $20.859 million outstanding.

3

Out of $1.594 million in
motor vehicle claims that were:
submitted, some $801,262 has.
been paid out, leaving $792, 700,

worth of claims outstanding. ¥



PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, JOYCE NELL.
BANNISTER YOUNG of Churchill Avenue, Nassau,









Bahamas, ‘intend to change my name to JOYCE
NELL BANNISTER. If there are any objections to this }}
change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such |»
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, RO.Box N-
742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days
after the date of publication of this notice.



(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced on the 12th April,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and registered
by the Registrar General

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Mr Andrew Philip Ramage of
38/40 Victoria Street, Douglas, Isle of Man.

Dated this 13th day of April, A.D. 2006.

Mr Andrew Philip Ramage
Liquidator



_ TEACHING VACANCIES —

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The Anglican Central Education Authority invites applications
from qualified Teachers for the following positions available
in Anglican Schools for September 2005. The public is advised.
that these positions are being advertised in accordance with
the policies of the Immigration Authorities before Application :
‘| . for the renewal of Work Permits is submitted. Bahamians are
~ encouraged to apply.




erica Rcareny
igaricay, Academy ot

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
CERTIFICATION PROGRAMMES
OFFERED BY .
LIGNUM TECHNOLOGIES IN
ALLIANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF
PROJECT MANAGEMENT

One (1) Spanish Teacher

‘One (1) Primary Spanish Teacher

One (1) French Teacher

One (1) Home Economics Teacher

One (1) Commerce/ Economics Teacher
Two (2) Social Studies Teachers
Two (2) Primary Teachers

Three(3) Language/ Literature Teacher
Three (3) Mathematics Teachers

One (1).Computer Teacher

One‘(1) Physics Teacher

One (1) Technical Drawing Teacher
One (1) Music Teacher

One (1) Art Teacher

Applications must: be received by’ Friday, /Aprib 15,2005...

- Only qualified Teachers with Bachelor’s Degree and-Teacher..
Training need apply. A minimum of two years teaching
experience is required. Teachers should have a working |
Knowledge of Computers. '



Insurance Executive
US$80,000 to US$100,000
Freeport/Anguilla

For further details please contact the Anglican Central .
Education Authority on Sands Road and East Street at

Maat : res ’ ‘telephone (242) 322 - 3015 or write to:
international boutique life insurance company catering to



For Further Information, Call
Lignum Technologies at

iP ENS ae SR ack ar i IO at eae eee
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the needs of high net worth individuals seeks senior level
insurance executive. Looking for all round experience at
the management level. Will oversee all aspects of the
application process, underwriting, issuing, and maintenance
of life and annuity policies. Offices in Freeport and Anguilla.
This position can be located in either location. Send resume

THE DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
THE ANGLICAN CENTRAL EDUCATION
AUTHORITY
P.O.BOX N-656
“NASSAU, BAHAMAS



242-393-2164/ 242-394-4868



mx, ORV AYE GLOBAL
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We are a globally operating Investment Fund leading in the areas of Health,
Wellness and Nutrition, operating out of offices in Nassau - The Bahamas,
Geneva - Switzerland, Auckland - New Zealand. The Fund is operating international
since 1999 and has currently more than USS 1.3 billion under management.

An opportunity arises for a qualified accountant to provide accounting services
to the fund, associated companies and their shareholders in Nassau. The role
represents a ground floor opportunity in he establishment of a physical presence
in Nassau and will provide an exciting challenge to an ambitious accountant
who is looking to gain entry to a successful and fast growing international team.

The successful candidate will be Bahamian or will have the right to work in The
Bahamas, be fully qualified (USA CPA, Canadian or UK CA or equivalent), and
will have gained some sound practical experience in an audit firm, commercial
or industrial business, particularly closing IFRS..Financial Statements and/or
auditing them. The candidate must be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal
communication and first class English language skills (other language skills will
be a plus), PC literacy and an attention to detail. The position calls for a young
but mature executive with lots of energy and willingness to work whatever hours
may be necessary, as transactional circumstances require, in order to get the job
done accurately and on time, as portfolio companies are located in America,
Europe, Asia and Oceania.

The terms and conditions of employment will be commensurate with the
qualifications and experience of the applicant and will be attractive to the right
candidate.

Please send or deliver detailed CV to Recruitment, IVC Americas SA,
Winterbotham Place, Marlborough & Queen Streets, P.O. Box N-3026, Nassau,
The Bahamas or email to inr@inventages.com or alternatively
pgomez @ gtbahamas.com (Grant Thorton, Accountants). Applications will be
treated with full confidentiality.



to: humanresources8751@hotmail.com

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Whether you pedal slowly or like the wind
Whether you can raise $50 or $5,000 —

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inspiring, something uniquely rewarding, to honor
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Ride for Hope is a unique event with a meaningful
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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 11B

THE TRIBUNE

BUSINESS

Bahamas LNG
project loses



Legal Notice

NOTICE

MOTOR BIKE INTERNATIONAL LTD.
, (In Voluntary Liquidation)

Creditors having debts or claims against the above-named
Company are required to send particulars thereof to the
undersigned at Ocean Centre, Montagu Foreshore, East Bay
Street, P.O. Box N-3247, Nassau, Bahamas as sole Liquidator
on or before the 25th day of April, 2006. In default thereof
they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution j
made by the Liquidator.

Dated the 11th day of April, 2006

gas quality case

FROM page 1B

utilities that would benefit
from its supply.
“AES argues that there is no

UBS

practical way to apportion
responsibility for equipment
modification costs among
LNG suppliers and project
sponsors,” the judge noted.
“AES argues that under the.....

‘UBS (Bahamas) Ltd is one of the leading Wealth
‘Managers in the Caribbean. We look after wealthy
iprivate clients by providing them with comprehensive,

value-enhancing services.

For our newly created UBSI Quality Desk in Nassau

we are looking fora

DESK HEAD (QUALITY DESK)

In this challenging position you will be responsible for:

e Advising clients (mainly from Latin America)
¢ Liaising with UBSI Financial Advisors
‘e Proposing investment solutions in the client’s

cost allocation policies, facility
modification costs required to
accommodate the delivery of
regasified LNG should be
spread system-wide among the
power generators and electric
utilities who will benefit from
the introduction of regasified
LNG to the FGT system.

Argues

“AES argues that the intro-
duction of regasified LNG into
the FGT system will benefit all
consumers in Florida, regard-
less of whether they directly

purchase regasified LNG......

“AES argues that by diver-
sifying supply and enhancing
reliability, AES’ pipeline pro-
ject will increase competition
in the natural gas marketplace,
ultimately resulting in lower
prices as a result of an increase

in supply alternatives.”

In addition, AES Ocean
Express also argued that elec-
tricity utilities had previously
borne the costs involved in
modifying their facilities to
deal with changes in LNG
composition.

To back its suggestion that:

the costs associated with mod-
ification be spread across the
Florida power system, the
judge wrote: “AES asserts that
if such costs are imposed on
the LNG supplier, the LNG
supplier may ultimately end up
subsidising the power genera-
tor’s access to a new supply of
resources.”

Declined

However, the judge declined

to get involved on the issue of .

costs, saying that the figures
involved were “highly specu-
lative” and it was not for him
to propose or supervise costs.

Judge Grossman said: “The
prospective costs are simply
too-indefinite to be considered
in this proceeding.”

LYNDEN MAYCOCK
LIQUIDATOR

4 Legal Notice

NOTICE

MOTOR BIKE INTERNATIONAL LTD.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) MOTOR BIKE INTERNATIOANAL LTD. is in
dissolution under the provisions of the International
Business Companies Act 2000.

The dissolution of the said Company commenced on the
11th April, 2006 when its Articles of Dissolution
were submitted to and registered by the Registrar General.

_The Liquidator of the said Company is Mr. Lynden
Maycock of Ocean Centre, Montagu Foreshore, East Bay
Street, RO. Box N-3247, Nassau, Bahamas as sole
Liquidator.

Dated the 11th day of April, 2006.
H&J Corporate Services Ltd.

Registered Agent

mother tongue
for the above-named Company



We are searching fof a team else with extensive Oe eae a
experience in international wealth management,
specializing in the fields of customer relations and
retention, investment advice and portfolio management.
A proven track record in a comparable position with
a leading global financial institution, excellent knowledge
of investment products and fluency in English as well
as Spanish and/or. Portuguese is essential.

2005
No. 00453

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side

The Tribune wants to hear
from.people-who are.

|| making:newsin their...
neighbourhoods. Pethaps
you are raising funds for a
good cause, campaigning
for improvements in the
area or have won an
award,
If so, call us on 322-1986
and share your.story.

IN THE MATTER of all that piece parcel or lot of land
having an area of 54,890.88 square feet situate-in-the Island ..
of Crooked Island one of The Islands of Thé: ‘Commonwealth
of The Bahamas and being a lot of land situate on the
southern side of The Queens Highway bounded on the North
by the said Queens Highway and running thereon One
Hundred and Fifty one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet
and on the WEST by land said to be the property of Virginia
Deleveaux and running thereon Three Hundred Sixty one
and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet and on the SOUTH by
land now or formerly the property of The Anderson Family
, and running thereon One Hundred and Fifty one and Eighty
Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the EAST by land said to
be the property of Lucky Winter and running thereon Three
Hundred and Sixty one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet.

Applications. by: ‘Bahamian nationals’ only Soule be
addresséd to: “2°

UBS (Bahamas) Ltd.
Human Resources
P.O. Box N-7757
Nassau, Bahamas



AND IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act 1959

AND IN THE MATTER of the Petition of FLORENCE
ANDERSON

NOTIC ) NOTICE OF PETITION

, Notice is hereby given that Florence Anderson of the Southern district of the Island
of New Providence (hereinafter called “the Petitioner’) claims to be the owner of
the encumbered fee simple in possession of the land hereinafter described, that is
to say:

- MINISTRY OF WORKS & UTILITIES

| The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas intends to pre-
- qualify Bahamian General Contractors for the construction of the Proposed
New Straw Market on the former Market Plaza Site, Bay Street.

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 54,890.88 square
fee situate in the island of Crooked Island one of the Islands of The Commonwealth
of The Bahamas and being a lot of land situate on the southern side of The Queens
Highway bounded on the NORTH by the said Queens Highway and running thereon
One Hundred and Fifty-one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the WEST
by land said to be the property of Virginia Deleveaux and running thereon Three
Hundred Sixty-one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet and on the SOUTH by
land now or formerly the property of The Anderson Family and running thereon
One Hundred and Fifty-one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the EAST
by land said to be the property of Lucy Winter and running thereon Three Hundred
and Sixty-one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet.

Consequently, The Ministry of Works & Utilities now invites Bahamian
_ General Contractors wishing to pre-qualify for the proposed project to submit

their prequalification proposals, along with documentation of their legal

status, technical and financial capacity, for the provision of construction
: services.

Prequel ieation documents may be obtained by interested parties, as of
- Tuesday, 18th April 2006, from the Office of the Director of Public Works,
Ministry of Works & Utilities, between the hours of 10am and 3pm Monday
_ to Friday, upon payment of a non-refundable fee of B$100.00. Payment may
be in Cash, Certified Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Orders, made payable §
_to the Public Treasury of the Bahamas. ,

A Plan of the said land may be inspected during normal office hours in the
following places:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau

(b) The Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes situate at Mareva
House, 4 George Street, Nassau, Bahamas

(c) The notice board at the office of the Administrator, Crooked Island

‘An original, along with two copies of the completed Pre-qualification
Application should be returned, in sealed envelopes, clearly marked ‘Pre-

. qualification Application for Construction of a Building to House Straw
Vendors” to the Office of the Director of Public Works at the address below,
no later than 2pm, 2nd May, 2006. ,

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having dower or right of dower
or any adverse claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or before
the 28th day of May A.D., 2006 file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner
and the undersigned an statement of their claim in the prescribed form, verified
by an Affidavit to be filed therewith together with a plan of the area claimed and
an abstract of their title to the said area claimed by them. Failure of an such person
to file and serve a statement of claim on or before the 28th day of May, A.D. 2006
will operate as a bar to such claim.

The Director of Public Works
Ministry of Works & Utilities,
P.O. Box N-8156,
John F. Kennedy Drive,
New Providence
Bahamas

Dated this 20th day of February A.D., 2006

McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES
Chambers
Mareva House
4 George Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner

Applicants will be notified of the results after the submissions have been
evaluated.
Signed:
Anita Bernard (Mrs)
Permanent Secretary



“\



PAGE 12B, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006

Deloitte.

Deloitte & Touche

Chartered Accountants

and Management Consultants
2nd Terrace, Centreville

P.O. Box N-7120

Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: + 1 (242) 302-4800
Fax: +1 (242) 322-3101
http://www.deloitte.com.bs

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT

T+ the Shareholders of
Meltec Bank & Trust Limited:

We have audited the above consolidated balance sheet of Deltec Bank & Trust Limited (the
“Company”) as at December 31, 2005. This consolidated balance sheet is the responsibility of
the Company’s management. Our ee is to express an opinion on this consolidated
balance sheet based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing. Those
Standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about
whether the consolidated balance sheet is free of material misstatement. An audit includes
examining, on a.test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the consolidated
balance sheet. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant
estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall consolidated balance sheet
presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.

In our opinion, the consolidated ‘balance sheet presents fairly, in all material respects, the
consolidated financial position of the Company as at December 31, 2005, in accordance with
International Financial Reporting Standards.

D ghee

February 17, 2006

A member firm of

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

DELTEC BANK & TRUST LIMITED

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 2005
(Expressed in thousands of United States dollars)

2005 2004
‘ASSETS

Cash and cash sortivileite (Note 3) $ 64,278 $ 70,640

Trading investments 13 113

Due from brokers (Note 4) 304 934

Due from clients (Notes 5 and 6) 9,924 11,298

Loans receivable (Notes 6 and 7) 5,541 2,000

Other assets (Note 8) "635 1,251

Available-for-sale investments 7)

Property, premises and equipment, net (Note 9). 6,576 4,818
TOTAL 4 $87,291 $91,054 |.
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY

_ LIABILITIES:

Due to brokers (Note 4) $ - §$ 119

Due to clients (Notes:5,and 6),

» 63,215 66,350





Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Hause OF ONES 8 OBO 8S 1396
Loans payable , see ees oe
Total liabilities ee if 63,945 70,768
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY:
Share capital:
Authorized, issued and fully paid:
100,000 shares (2004: 100,000 shares) at par
value of $100 each 10,000 10,000
Revaluation reserve (Note 9) 5,405 3,221
Foreign exchange translation account 35 35

Retained earnings

TOTAL

___7,906 __7,030
Total shareholders’ equity

23,346 20,286

$__87,291 $91,054

See notes to consolidated balance sheet.

This consolidated balance sheet was approved by the Board of Directors on February 17,
“‘/|

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emt nlanedl on its behalf by:




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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
DECEMBER 31, 2005 4
(Expressed in thousands of United States dollars)

1. GENERAL



Deltec Bank & Trust Limited (the “Company”) is incorporated under the laws of The

Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The Company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deltec ~

International Group (the “Parent”), which is incorporated under the laws of the Cayman
Islands.

The registered office of the Company is at Deltec House, Lyford Cay, Nassau, Bahamas.

_The Company is a full service bank and trust company and is also a licensed mutual fund
administrator. Its services include portfolio management, investment advice, trust and
mutual fund administration and company management.

The Company and its immediate Parent are a part of the Atlas Group and has as its
ultimate parent Atlas Capital Group Holding S.A. (ACGH), a Luxembourg based
Company. The Atlas Group is regulated on a consolidated basis by the Financial Services
Authority of the United Kingdom. On January 1, 2005, the shares of Sigma Asset
Management (Jersey) Limited, a Group company, were acquired by the Company from
Atlas Capital Group Holding S.A. and became a wholly owned subsidiary of the
Company. Further, on Sepicmber 17, 2005, the name Sigma Asset Management (Jersev)
Limited was changed to Atlas Capital (Jersey) Limited. The Company provides advice or
asset allocation, fund manager selection services to institutional and private clients,
investment and fund management and investment strategy private banking services.

SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

a. Statement of compliance - The balance sheet has been prepared in accordance with
Intemational Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRSs”) as promulgated by the
International Accounting Standards Board (“IASB”), interpretations issued by the
International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee of the IASB. ‘This
requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported
amounts of assets and liabilities, and disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at
the date of the consolidated balance sheet and the reported amounts of revenues of

: expenses during the reported period. Actual results could differ from those
estimates.

Basis of presentation - The Company’s functional currency is United States dollars

and the figures presented in the financial statements are rounded to the nearest
thousand.

The accounting policies have been consistently applied by the Company.



THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS

: Revenue recognition - Revenue. is measured at the fair value of the consideration
' received or receivable and represents amounts receivable for services provided in
the normal course of business.

d. Subsidiaries - Subsidiaries are those enterprises controlled by the Company.
Control exists when the Company has the power, directly or indirectly, to govern
the financial and operating policies of an enterprise so as to obtain benefits from its
activities.

These consolidated financial statements include the financial statements of the
Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Atlas Capital (Jersey) Limited.

Upon consolidation, all significant intercompany balances and transactions are
eliminated.

€. Investments - Investments with fixed or determinable payments and fixed maturity
that the Company has the positive intent and ability to hold to maturity are
classified as held-to-maturity. Held-to-maturity investments are measured initially
at cost, including transaction costs and subsequently measured at amortized cost
less impairment losses (see accounting policy h).

Investments that are acquired principally for the purpose of generating a profit from
short-term fluctuations in prices are classified as trading investments. Trading
investments are measured initially at-cost, including transaction costs and
subsequently stated at fair value with any resultant gain or loss recognized in the
statement of income.

Investments which are not held-to-maturity investments or trading investments, are
classified as available-for-sale. Unlisted equity securities classified as available-for-
sale investments and whose fair value cannot be reliably determined are initially
measured at cost, including transaction costs and subsequently carried at cost less
impairment losses. Other available for sale investments are initially measured at
cost, including transaction costs and subsequently stated at fair value with any
unrealized gain or loss recognized directly in equity. Provision is made for any
impairment losses (séé accounting policy h).

The fair value of trading and available-for-sale investments is determined based on
their quoted bid price. If a quoted market price is not available, the investment is
stated at cost or fair value as determined by management.

f. Property, premises and equipment — Property, premises and equipment are carried
at cost or their revalued amounts less accumulated depreciation and impairment
losses (see note h).

Any revaluation increase arising on the revaluation of such property and premises is
credited to the revaluation reserve. A decrease in the carrying amount arising on the
revaluation of such property and premises is charged as an expense to the extent that
it exceeds the balance, if any, held in the properties revaluation reserve relating to a
previous revaluation of that asset.

Depreciation is computed on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful life of
each asset category as follows:

Premises 30 years
Equipment 5 years
Furniture, fixtures and fittings 5 years
Hardware and software 3 years
Automobiles : 4 years

g. Loans receivable and due from clients — Loans recéiveble and due-from clients: are
stated at cost less impairment losses (see note h).

~h. — - Impairment - Property, premises and equipment, investments, due from clients,

_ other assets and loans receivable are reviewed at each balance sheet date to
determine whether there is an indication of impairment. If any such indication
exists, the asset’s recoverable amount is estimated.

Property, premises. and equipment - An impairment loss is recognized whenever

the carrying amount of an asset exceeds its recoverable amount. The recoverable
“amount ‘of ‘assets is the greater of ‘their net selling price and value in use. The
Mm impairment | losses are recognized i in the statement of income.

4

Trading and Available-for-sale investments - The recoverable amount of an equity

instrument is its fair value. Where the asset is impaired, and a decline in value of .

the asset was previously recognized directly in equity, the write down is transferred
‘to the statement of income and recognized as part of the impairment loss. Where an
increase in the fair value of the asset was previously recognized in equity, the
increase in fair value of the asset recognized in equity is reversed to the extent the
asset is impaired. Any additional impairment loss is recognized in the statement of
income.

‘If ina subsequent period the amount of impairment loss decreases and the decrease
can be linked objectively to an event occurring after the write-down, the write down
is reversed through the statement of income.

Loans receivable and due from clients - Loans receivables and due from clients are
carried at cost less general allowances for uncollectibility. Specific provision for
impairment is established if there is objective evidence that the Company will not
be able to collect all amounts due. General provision for impairment is made in
accordance with regulations of The Central Bank of The Bahamas. Loans
receivable are fully secured by assets of the clients. ©

i. Accounts payable and accrued liabilities - Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
are recognized in the balance sheet when the Company has a legal or constructive
obligation as a result of a'’past event, and it is probable that an outflow of economic
benefits will be required to settle the obligation. Bonuses paid to directors are
accounted for on a cash basis.

i. Due to broker and due to clients - Due to broker and due to clients are recognized
in the balance sheet when the Company has a legal or constructive obligation as a
result of a past event, and it is probable that an | outflow of economic benefits will be
required to settle the obligation.

k. Assets under administration - No account is taken in these financial statements of
assets held or liabilities incurred by the: Bank as custodian, trustee or nominee, other
than those assets and liabilities which relate to the banking service provided by the
Bank for their fiduciary clients.

1. Foreign currency - The reporting currency of the Company is United States dollars.
Transactions in foreign currencies are converted to US Dollars at the rate of
exchange prevailing at the date of the transaction. Foreign currency monetary assets
and liabilities are converted into US Dollars at market rates of exchange prevailing
on the balance sheet date.

CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS

Details of cash and cash equivalents are as follows:

2005 2004
Cash $ 22,991 $ 8,615
Time deposits 41,287 62,025

All the time deposits mature in less than 90 days.

DUE FROM/TO BROKERS

These represent balances between the Company and its brokers.

DUE FROM/TO CLIENTS

These represent balances between the Company and its clients in the form of cash
balances, management fees receivable, commission receivable, advances and unsettled
trades. Cash balances and advances are paid or charged interest at competitive market
rates.

Amounts due from clients are stated net of a general regulatory provision of 1% on the
balance at year-end. i

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6. RELATED PARTY BALANCES AND TRANSACTIONS 12. FIDUCIARY ASSETS

7. LOANS RECEIVABLE
At the end of the year the Company had loans outstanding with varying rates of interest
and maturity dates. These loans total $5,541 (2004: $2,000) and are presented net of a.
general regulatory provision of 1%. The loans are also secured by the assets of the ,
borrowers which are managed by the Company. As at year end, the market value of these 13: SUBSEQUENT EVENT
ts d 409 (2004: $3 ; Latte wi 5
assets: managed was $44,409 (2004: $32,522) Management has decided to liquidate Atlas Capital (Jersey) Limited on February 2, 2006.
The balance sheet position of the subsidiary which has been consolidated as at December
2005 2004 31, 2005, is as follows: ;
Loans receivable $ 5,597 $ 2,039 }
Less: general provision (56) (39) uh December 31,
2005
Total
$ 5,541 § 2,000 Netageote: )
Accounts receivable and prepaid expenses ac ‘ 136
8. OTHER ASSETS Due from related parties — Ba 2
Cash in hand 1,323
Other assets include interest receivable, fund administration and management fees 1,461
receivable, utilities deposits and prepaid expenses. :
Less: Other accounts payable ‘ (136)
9. PROPERTY, PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT, NET: Corporation tax provision (1);
1
2005 a 04
Beginning Additions/ Disposals/ Ending Resa,
Balance Revaluation Adjustment Balance Represented by: oe
COST/VALUATION: Share Capital | . $ 104
Property $ 3,220 $ 1257)-5 - $ 4,477 Retained Earnings. 1,210
Premises 2,448 928 - » 3,376 : re
Hardware & software equipment 1,653 42 (683) 1,012 Se
Machinery & equipment 176 7 (77) 106
Furniture, fixture & fittings - 72) 1 (171) 551
Automobiles Aer its ae Ba es eco La bat
g 8.282 $ 2,235 § (931) $ 9,586 16. FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS WITH OFF BALANCE SHEET RISK
In the normal course of business, the Company’s customers and proprietary activities
2005 involve the execution, settlement and financing of various securities transactions. These
ites ie as ee pitted ced tant Beginning Depreciation Disposals/ Ending : ‘ ponte Ae oe ae = y = ae oe ae cred ie) HERDS event (De een =
BEd Te hatha ge Meta Balance. . Expense. Adjustment Balance | Ray! Bee eee ee ate a Berra cence at ace
ACCUMULATED : -The Company’s customers’ securities activities are transacted on either a cash or margin
: basis. ._In margin transactions, the Company extends credit to the customer, ‘subject to
DEPRECIATION: ‘ : : 5 5 : es
M various regulatory and internal margin requirements, collateralized by cash and securities
Premises $ 1,391 $ 157 $ - $ 1,548 in the customer’s account. In connection with these activities, the Company may execute
; a) d clear customers’ transactions involving the sale of securities not yet purchased (“short
; 801 an g yetp
Hardware & software equipment 12 roe : (682) sales”). These transactions expose the Company to off-balance sheet risk arising from the
Machinery and equipment 120 ene 16 (77) ~ 59 potential that the customer may fail to satisfy its obligations and the collateral will be
Furniture, tire: fittings 702 7 (171) 548 insufficient to cover losses incurred by the customer. In these situations, the Company
« bil a7 7 : 54 may be required to purchase or sell the financial instruments at prevailing market prices in
utontobies ee Sa PS order to fulfill the customer’s obligations, and in so doing may suffer losses.
$ 3,464 .$ 477 §$ 931) $3,010 é : ee 4 a
: RS he ACE ETL eae Nae eae ustomers’ transactions and the related revenues and expenses are recorded on a settlement
NET BOOK VALUE: date basis. If the customer’s transactions do not settle because of the failure to perform by
2005 Net movement $ 4818 $ 1,758 $ - $ 6,576 either the customer or the counterparty, the Company may be required to discharge the
Re TIRE AE: Spee Ou eae cae bligation of the non-performing party. As a result, the Company may incur a loss if the
: ty, 4.818 8 Pp ming party . pany may
2004 Net movement S005 Se See $ 8 market value of the security is different from the contract amount of the transaction.
Property and premises are stated at their appraised values based on a valuation conducted In the normal course of business, the Company may borrow securities to facilitate the
by an independent certified appraiser (Mr. George Damianos) on April 7, 2005. Based on settlement process. When the Company borrows securities it usually provides the
this valuation the Company has increased its value of property by $1,257 and premises by counterparty with collateral in the form of cash and or securities. These transactions
~ $927 during the year. expose the Company. to off-balance sheet risk arising from the potential that the
: counterparty may fail to satisfy its obligations. In these situations, the Company may be
The net carrying value of property and premises had the revaluation not taken place, required to purchase or Sell financial instruments at unfavorable market prices to satisfy
would have been $661 and $528, respectively. The revaluation reserve of $5,405 (2004: obligations to its counterparties. In addition, the Company may be exposed to similar off-
$3,221) is included in equity. . ‘ balance sheet risk arising from liabilities to other counterparties related to unsettled
’ transactions (i.e. failure to receive), ;
10. PENSION PLAN The Company does not anticipate non-performance by customers or counterparties in the
: eo Si : above situations. The Company seeks to control the aforementioned risks by requiring
The employees of the Company who opt to join the pension plan and have completed customers and counterparties to maintain margin collateral. The Company monitors
twelve months of service are covered under a defined contribution pension plan, whereby Beat 4 é me ¢
s : 5% of 1 hb L ation and matchesun ko another required margin levels daily and pursuant to such guidelines requires the customers or
i Company contributes “% 0 ae ae ne a > contiibitions ‘aré a vs 16084 counterparties to deposit additional collateral, or reduce positions, when necessary. The
5% of employee ato to the p. A aaniah oyees oe ao y Company’s policy is to monitor its market exposure and customer or counterparty risks. In
vested, while employer contributions vest © over a Six-year p : addition, the Company has a policy of reviewing, as considered necessary, the credit
. : ) : standing of each cust i 1 it con i
The total cost borne by the Company during the year in relation to this plan amounted to Ing of each customer and counterparty with whom it conducts business.
$164 (2004: $211).
11. ASSET AND LIABILITY MATURITY PROFILE 17. RISK MANAGEMENT
Within3 3mthstol 1to5 Over 5 Total During the normal course of business, the Company is exposed to various financial risks.
mths year years years Stat 2 2 7
; a. Currency risk - The Company holds assets and liabilities denominated in currencies
At December 31, 2005 other than United States dollars, the measurement currency of the Company.
Consequently the Company is exposed to currency risk since the values of the assets
ai and liabilities denominated in other currencies will fluctuate due to changes an
Cash and cash equivalents $ 64,278 : ; - $64,278 exchange rates. The Company manages these positions by matching assets with
Trading investment 13 2 - ; iS liabilities wherever possible.
Due from brokers 304, - - - 304 ‘
Due rem Shee 2204 4 ‘ : ae b. Credit risk - Credit risk arises from the failure of a counter party to perform according
Loans receivable . 627 4,914 5,541 ‘ ; se Rant
Other assets 498 137 - - 635 to the terms of the contract. From this perspective, the Company’s significan!
Available for sale investment 20 . - . 20 exposure to credit risk is primarily concentrated in cash placements and loans. The
Property, premises and equipment : . = 6,576 6,576 cash placements are predominantly in United States dollars and have been placed with
: prime quality banks. The loans are fully secured and are controlled using specific
Total assets _$ 75,664 S$ 5,051 = S$ 6,576 $87,291 policies, which are designed to minimize credit risk.
Liabilities and shareholders? c. Liquidity risk - Liquidity risk is the risk of being unable to raise funds to meet
equity commitments as they become due. The company manages its risk by holding
Due to clients $ 63,215 i. : $63,215 appropriate levels of cash and cash equivalents.
Accounts payable and accrued \ a
liabilities ae : a oe : gear fa d. ‘Operational risk - Operational risk relates to the risk of direct or indirect loss resulting
Shareholders’ Equity 23,346 23,3 y : !
from inadequate or failed internal processes, people and systems or from extemal
events. It is mitigated by documented policies and procedures, staff training and a
Total liabilities and Shareholders’ — rigorous risk-based internal audit regime.
~~ equity $ 63,745 $ 200 - $23,346 $87,291 :
‘At December 31, 2004 18. FAIR VALUE OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
077 1,700 $ 5,847 $91,054 ee Hacies
nee ee and Shareholders’ SR ; 7 ° The estimated fair value represents values at which financial instruments could be
equity S$ 70,592 $ 176: - $20,286 $91,054 exchanged in a current transaction between willing parties. Wherever there is no available

Related parties include companies which have common directors and shareholders with
the parent, and officers and directors who have authority and responsibility for directing
and controlling the activities of the Company.



As at the balances sheet date, total fiduciary assets managed by the Company amounted to
$869,562 (2004: $680,597).

2005 2004 13. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES
Assets: ;
T song receivable Be A Deb ee os
a ebts not acknowledged ©.
Due from clients $ 5,021 $ 4,939 : Q 2 S28 § =
ee Capital commitment $ 300 $
Liabilities: ,
’ Due to clients $27,742 27,742 Sa g225 i 7
During the year, the Company received a bill for services for CHF 300 from their software
provider, however, Management believes that these services are within the terms of the
ss sre Ge Gases nts au aurea GE Lay tecnica te ene es original agreement, and is therefore of the opinion that no additional amount is payable.
as follows: Prior to year-end, the Company committed to repair the roof of Deltec House, although
ae Siok construction did not.commence until January 2006. Estimated construction costs are $200.
CE ate i $ 1305 $ .. 698 Additionally, the Company plans to implement a group software program during 2006. At
SS ee year-end, the software was in its final developmental stages. Unpaid developmental costs
Post employment benefits $ 65 $ 54 ons Sota aE S100)
The remuneration to directors and other members of key management is determined by the 14. DIVIDEND

Group Compensation Committee having regard to the performance the Group and the
respective individuals.







The asset and liability maturity profile is based on contractual repayment arrangements and
as such does not take account of the effective maturities of deposits and of borrowers’ right
to prepay obligations with or without prepayment penalties.



The Board of Directors have approved a dividend of $5,000 for the year 2005, however
approval from The Central Bank of The Bahamas has not yet been obtained.

trading market, fair values are estimated using appropriate valuation methods.

The carrying value of the majority of fimancial assets and liabilities approximate their fair
value.

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TRIBUNE SPORTS



SPORTS

Swimmers impress; athletes
should be aiming for medals —

HE Bahamas Swim-

ming Federation must
still be beaming with excite-
ment over its recent perfor-
mance at the Carifta Swim-
ming Championships.

In a close battle that went
right down to the wire, the
Bahamas was edged out by
eight points by the French
Antilles in Bridgetown, Bar-
bados.

The Bahamas had trouble
holding onto the 21-point mar-
gin they had built up going
into the final session of the
four-day meet as the French
Antilles stormed back to dis-
play their dominance.

The team, however,
matched the 65 medal haul
that they achieved at last
year’s games, which was just
as encouraging for the associ-
ation.

The nation’s young swim-
mers must be commended on
a job well done. They showed
that they are still a formidable
force in the region.

That should speak volumes,
considering the fact that the
three-member senior national
team turned in a good perfor-
mance at both the XVIII
Commonwealth,Games in
Melbourne, Australia and the
8th FINA World Short
Course Championships in
Shanghai, China.

Federation president Alger-
non Cargill said they definite-
ly wanted to come back home
with the title, but the man-
agement team was pleased
with the fact that the swim-
mers went out and did their
best.

This weekend, the Bahamas
Association of Athletic Asso-
ciations will be in the spotlight
as one of the largest teams
ever selected heads to the

-Carifta Games in Guade-
loupe.

When one considers that
the BAAA has compiled a 60-
plus strong team, the expec-
tations will definitely be high.

While a much smaller team
returned with 30 medals last
year, this year’s larger team
will have to surpass that count
in order to be considered to
have been a success.

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be expected that the Bahamas
will be one of the contenders
to challenge for the next spot.

Whether they can weather
the storm is a different story.
But BAAA’s president Mike
Sands said he’s not counting
medals — his emphasis will be
on performances. ,

But we all know that in
track and field, it’s medals that
count, not performances.

Many athletes could turn in
their best performances, but
if they fall short of winning a
medal, they are more disap-
pointed.

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event. No athlete likes to fin-
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with three fourth place finish-
es in track and field and
another in swimming.

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delighted to have swam in the
final and produced another
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highly disappointed that he
didn’t touch the wall in third
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And although she was con-
sidered a favourite to be on
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Amertil didn’t have anything
left down the stretch.and was
beaten_out for third in the
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they don’t have a medal to
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TRANSFIGURATION are hoping to break up the much antici-
pated rematch between Macedonia and First Baptist for the 19-and-
under title in the Baptist Sports Council's 2006 basketball league.

In game one of their best-of-three semifinal series, Transfiguration
upset the defending champions Macedonia 32-29 to take a 1-0 lead on
Tuesday night at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex. Game two
will be played tonight.

Pennant winning First Baptist made sure that they live up to their
end of the deal. They blew out Golden Gates 69-40 to take their 1-0
lead in the series that will also continue tonight.

If necessary, game three in both series will be played on Tuesday
when the men's semifinal final will get underway.

Also Tuesday, Evangelistic Centre completed the rest of the men's
playoff picture with a 34-23 victory over New Bethlehem to advance
to the semifinal where they will play Lord's House of Faith on Tues-.
day.
Kad in the other men's semifinal on Tuesday, St. Paul's will take
on defending champions Mt. Tabor.

Here's a summary of Tuesday's playoff games:

Transfiguration 32, Macedonia 29: Darshtyn Baker, Mo Minnins
combined to pull the plug on Macedonia in game one of their
semis.

Frisco McKay, Rohn Johnson and Keno Brice tried to keep Mace-
donia in the game.

First Baptist 69, Golden Gates 40: Camelial Rose, Eugene Bain and
Robert Missick put on a slam dunk clinic as First Baptist out-scored
Golden Gates.

Karl Rodgers got some help from Hosea Wallace and Claude Les-
bott in a losing effort for Golden Gates.

Evangalistic Centre 34, New Bethlehem 23: Tyrone Sands, Lamont
Bain and Wellington Ferguson provided a 1-2-3 punch that enabled
Evangelistic Centre to advance with a 2-1 series victory over New
Bethlehem.

Tyrell and Deangelo Duncombe, along with Theo Cleare, led the
way for the losers.



TRIBUNE SPORTS






Roddick

scores
easy win

TENNIS
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DEFENDING champion
Andy Roddick raised his
game in the second set and
took an easy 6-3, 6-2 victory
over Paul Capdeville of Chile
Tuesday night in the first
round of the U.S. Men’s Clay
Court Championship.

Then, Roddick had anoth-
er thrill: catching a pass from
University of Texas quarter-
back Vince Young in a char-
ity exhibition following the
match. Young, expected to
be a first-round pick in the
NFL draft later this month,
made an appearance at the

tournament and played toss |

with Roddick.

“It was easy, I could put
my hands there and it fell in,”
Roddick said. “It felt soft. I
was afraid I’d drop it. If I had
I’d have been the dork but
he put it right on the money.
I’m just glad I could come up
with it.”

Second-seeded James
Blake, trying to rebound
from two Davis Cup losses
last week, couldn’t get past

Antony Dupuis of France,

who used a strong serve for a
7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-1 upset. Blake
is ranked No. 8 in the world.
Dupuis is 159th.

Roddick took charge in the
fifth game of the second set.
After a forehand error by
Roddick put the score at

‘deuce, Roddick hit consecu-
tive drop shot winners to
break Capdeville for a 3-2
lead. Capdeville won only
four more points in the final
three games.

Roddick won it at the first
match point when Capdeville
could not return a serve,
boosting his record on clay
in Houston to 24-2 over the
past six years.

“You come in, you know
the setup, it feels like home,”
Roddick said. “You get into
your routine and it definitely
helps.” *

Roddick started the match
by losing his serve but quick-
ly recovered. With‘the score
at 30-30, Roddick hit a net
chord that bounced out of
bounds and then sent a back-
hand wide to lose the opening
game.

“T felt pretty good_all the
way around, except for that
first game,” Roddick said.

Roddick broke back in the
second game on Capdeville’s
forehand error and Roddick
broke again in the fourth

_ game, allowing Capdeville

only one point in the game
for a 2-1 lead.

Roddick is looking for his
first ATP tournament victory
this year, although he won
singles matches over Nicolas
Massu and Fernando Gonza-
lez of Chile last week to
advance the United States to
the Davis Cup semifinals
against Russia. The Davis
Cup matches were played on
grass.

“T felt pretty good coming
off of last weekend,” Rod-
dick said. “The transition
coming off grass last week to
clay was pretty evident in this
match but I thought if I could
get through this one I’d be
all right.

Roddick has reached the
clay court tournament finals

five straight years with three’

titles, including last year’s 6-2,
6-2 victory over Sebastien
Grosjean of France.

After losing a tie-breaker
‘first set, Blake rallied in the
second set, breaking Dupuis
in the fourth and sixth game
to take control. The French-
man broke. Blake in the
fourth game of the final set
for a 3-1 lead and Blake
made his final stand in the
fifth game when he took
Dupuis to four break points
before Dupuis held.

“It’s tough to do from
Davis Cup the highs and lows
and come to a different sur-
face,” Blake said. “It’s part
of the job but I think I’m get-
ting better at it. He served
great. That took me out of
my rhythm.”

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last month, said they are
aiming to get more female
competitors involved.
“The sport is not as
intimidating as it looks, so
hopefully we can get more
of the females to get
involved,” Musgrove point-
ed out. “Even as organis-
ers, we need to get them

involved because we know .

that they bring a lot of
excitement.”

Interested persons are
urged to contact Musgrove
this weekend at either of
the events to get more
involved in the sport.

Slicers

‘Golden oldies’ set



for Easter Festival

five-wicket vic



m@ RUGBY

THE Easter Festival is back at
the Freeport Rugby Football
Club after a nine year absence.
This year’s festival is a little dif-
ferent as it is a “golden oldies”
tour which means players have
to be over 35 to play. This may
mean that the rugby will be a bit
slower but experience counts
and the style will be top draw.

This year, two teams will
arrive in Grand Bahama on
Thursday for four days. One of
the teams hales from afar and
one from a little closer to home.
The Harvard Business School
Old Boys will be travelling from
all over the United States to con-
verge on Freeport for their 10th
visit to the island and “to
gouge the pitch at Settler’s
Way”!

Made up of Harvard Business
School Alumni, this Easter
island hop will formally be their
20th annual tour and will help
them celebrate over 40 years of
Harvard rugby.

The second visiting team, Nas-
sau Conchs (pictured), is made
up of all Nassau players, who



ers when they tour
internationally.

If you have never experi-
enced the game of rugby please
feel free to come to the club on
Settlers Way and join us in wel-
coming the teams from Harvard

and Nassau and experiencing a
truly exciting event.
The weekend schedule for
the festival: :
Friday the 14th 4pm FRFC
Oldies Vs Harvard Business
School Oldies followed by

a cocktail party starting
at 6.30pm

Saturday 3pm is Harvard Vs
Nassau Conchs, followed by a
40th Anniversary & Festival
Banquet at the Hawksbill Yacht
club for all players, club mem-



bers starting at 7.30.

Tickets available from the club
house and committee members
priced at $30 for steak/chick-
en/fish dinner, drink and music.
_ Sunday 12 noon is FRFC vs.
Nassau Conchs

often travel with Freeport play-



Strauss anchors England’s

i CRICKET
JAMSHEDPUR, India
Associated Press 2
ANDREW STRAUSS compiled an

assertive 74 Wednesday to anchor Eng-

land's five-wicket victory over India in
the sixth limited-overs cricket interna-
tional.

Strauss, leading England in place of
rested series captain Andrew Flintoff,
posted his seventh limited-overs half-
century to propel the tourists to 227 for
five in the 42nd over after India was
bowled out for.223 in 48.

Strauss shared an opening partner-

- ship of 107 with Ian Bell (46) that

spurred England's run chase and secured
its first victory of the seven-match series.

India has already clinched the series,
leading 4-1 after the fifth match was
abandoned without a ball being bowled.

India's innings revolved around an
emphatic knock of 96 by Mahendra
Dhoni and his 107-run stand with
Ramesh Powar (54) that pulled the
home team back into the match after
its top-order fell with just 79 runs on
the board. .

Bell was caught behind off offspinner

"Harbhajan Singh (3-30) and while

Vikram Solanki (7) fell cheaply, but
Strauss struck 10 boundaries off 85 deliv-
eries and put England on the victory
course before he was forced to retire
hurt after a severe bout of cramps that
required two visits to the middle by team
physiotherapist Dean Conway.

Strauss, leading England for the first
time, was administered a saline drip
when he returned to the pavilion.

Kevin Pietersen (33) and Paul Colling-
wood (23 not out) ensured England did
not falter despite Singh's penetrative
spell.

Strauss complimented his bowlers for
setting up the victory.

"The credit's got to go to our seam
bowlers, who did a great job on a flat
pitch to set up the game for us," said
Strauss.

Pleased to have finally struck form,
Strauss said he was delighted to take
advantage of a track that had some pace
and bounce.

"It's been a bit frustrating, I've been
getting out cheaply," he said.

Earlier, Dhoni struck three sixes and
10 boundaries off 106 deliveries to stamp
his authority against England's seam
attack, that had skittled the top order.

Going for a lofted shot that could
have earned him his century, Dhoni was
caught by Solanki at mid-wicket off
seam bowler Sajid Mehmood (3-37).

Powar struck one six and four bound-
aries from 83 balls en route to his maid-
en limited-overs half-century. He was
caught by Matthew Hoggard at deep
mid-wicket off seamer Paul Collingwood
(1-11).

Batting first after stand-in skipper
Virender Sehwag won the toss, India's
innings tottered as opener Sehwag (4)
and Mohammad Kaif (15) failed to over-
come their lean run this series. :

Sehwag fell on the fifth ball, edging a
James Anderson (3-28) ball to Solanki in
the slips, while Kaif was trapped lbw by
Liam Plunkett (2-22).

Left-hander Yuvraj Singh was clean
bowled by Plunkett, playing an attempt-
ed pull shot on to his stumps, before

—

tor



@ ENGLAND'S Andrew Strauss falls on the ground w

é 7

cricket match against India in Jamshedpur, India Wednesday April 12, 2006.

wicketkeeper Matthew Prior snapped
two catches that dismissed Suresh Raina
(2) and Venugopala Rao (10).

The home team missed the steadying
influence of skipper Rahul Dravid, who

was rested from this game.

"Our batting didn't click today, the
result might have been different had
one of our top-order batsmen provid-
ed support to Dhoni," said Sehwag.

e

y over India



hile running between the wickets during the sixth one day international

(AP Photo/Aman Sharma)

"Dravid will be back as captain in the
next game, but Dhoni will be rested."
said Sehwag, adding that he too
may not play in the final match Satur-
day.



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By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter _

THE Bahamas boys’ national team °

will have their work cut out for them

when they travel to the 2005 FIBA.

Americas U-8 Championships. in
June.

The Bahamas Basketball Federa- -

tion released the pools for.the tour-
nament, scheduled for June 28-July 2

. in San Antonio, Texas at the Gree-
+. hey Arena on the campus of St.

Mary’s University.

The Bahamas has been placed if -

Group B with Argentina, Canada

and Puerto Rico.'Group A‘comprfis-. .
es of the United States, Brazil,

Dominican Republic and Uruguay.

The top four teams from the tour-.-

nament will automatically qualify to
compete in the 2007 FIBA U18

World Championships in Malays

from July 7-22.



mCYCLING -

3: 30pm with the association



- Bahamas to 4 base Arpentinu,

Canada and Puerto Rico



“It’s extremely important that we
try and prepare this. team’as best as
we could because the competition at
this level will be so strong,” said the

_ federation’s first vice piesident Lar-

ry Wilson.
“Just in our pool alone, we have

‘Puerto Rico, Argentina and Cana-:
‘da. .That’s going to be some very,

very strorig teams. Two years ago in
Canada, Argentina took second to

the United States. But in my opinion,
they weré probably the. best team in
. the tournament.”

Wilson said he anticipates that
Puerto Rico will once again be very

strong and all of the teams will be a

p



14 & under in an 8-lap, oe sip

lot stronger and more physical than

they will be.

“So again, we will have to rely on

our speed and our athleticism to try

and overcome our shortcoming of
height,” Wilson stressed. “But, we

_ feel that at this level, we should be

able to put together a very strong
team.” Sg

The Bahamas has drawn to play
against Argentina on the first day of
competition, June 28. The team will

_play Canada on day two, June 29 and
complete the round robin format

against Puerto Rico on day three,
June 30.
In order to advance to the medal

association and its affiliates,

round in the semifinal, the Bahamas
will have to finish in the top two in
their pool. Teams finishing third and

- fourth in their pools will play in the

consolation semifinal for S5th-8th
places.

Wilson said there are a number of
Bahamian players cu:.ently playing
in the United States, who are eligible
to make the team.

In two weeks, head coach Mario

' Bowleg and assistant Dexter Cam- -

bridge will travel to Houston, Texas
to view some of those players at a
tournament there.

“There are a number of Bahami-
ans playing in that tournament and
they will be making contact with
them to make sure that they will be

available to come home to play for

the Bahamas,” Wilson, stated.
“There are also a number of play-
ers who will be playing for the Unit-
ed States and this will give the coach-
es an opportunity to scout them.”

n he road for Easter

Musgrove said.

national meets,”



Additionally, Wilson said the fed:
eration is expected to host at least
two college teams in May, who will
be playing against a select Bahamas
side in some scrimmage games to: get
them preparéd. At the same time,
they will also play against the senior
national team that is preparing. for
CARICOM.

Wilson also indicated that they
have contacted Bahamian Cecil Rose
in Houston, who is looking at the
possibility of securing some housing
for the national junior team to trav-
el there to play in a tournament pri-
or to going to San Antonio for the
championship.

“Tf we can finish in the top four in
this tournament, which looking at
our pool, is a tough pool, we think we
can be competitive,” Wilson summed
up. :

“Once the cross over starts, we feel
we can make the top four and quali- ©
fy for the World Championships.”



ommendations of some of these~

By BRENT STUBBS -
Senior S orts Re orter



THE- New Providence
Cycling Association will pro-
vide an avenue this weekend

for both competitive and recre-

ational cyclists to participate.

“staging a Track Classic Cham-

pionships at the National

Cycling Track.at the Queen

Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Categories for this event will

include. junior’s 17 & under,

competing in.a 10-lap, 2-lap and

and kilo TT; cadets under-12 in

- a 5-lap and 2- -lap and senior

men 18 & over as well as mas-
ters 37 & over in both a 10-lap,
5-lap and kilo TT. °

* All winners will be declared

- by their combined time.

Also on Monday at Spm, the

cyclists and fans will enjoy a day
of fun at the cycling track. All
cyclists will be awarded for their
contribution and participation.

“We are trying to prepare our
local cyclists to compete in more
events and at the same time get

“We have the CAC (Central
American and Caribbean)

’ Championships.coming up in

July in Colombia and we are
trying to move some of the
youngsters in the senior ranks to
solidify our senior programme
and we want to make some rec-

younger cyclists to make the
national team.”

Musgrove, who along with
Jonathan Massie competed in-
the XVIII Commonwealth
Games in Melbourne, Australia

On Saturday and Monday,
the association will host. the
Easter Weekend Cycling Clas-
sic. The event is being assisted —
by Team JAR, headed by Jeff
Major. f

Association president Bairoti ‘
‘Turbo’ Musgrove said, “We're ..
fulfilling our mandate by pro- .
moting the sport with at least.
three events per month.”

On Saturday, starting at 8am,
the association will host a short
course or circuit racing from the -
South Ocean Road Race in
“South Ocean.

Laps
The categories dnclude the

covering two laps of a circuit -
course; open women 18 & over, . -
covering six laps; masters Over.
37 years, covering eight laps and
the senior one and II competi- -
tive cyclists, covering eight laps ©
as well.

Medals and trophies will be
given to-the winners and all par-

win a trip to Eleuthera to attend

sic, scheduled for April 29.

on Sunday afternoons,” Mus-
grove disclosed. “But on Easter
Monday, we are having an
event where everybody can.
come out and participate, even
if they are not.a competitive :
cyclist.”

Monday’s event will start at

a kilometre time trial; junior’s



those cyclists ready for the inter-



SEE page 15B

Rev Thompson
honoured at
Al-Star Classic

BAPTIST Sports Council’s
assistant director Joyce Minus
(left) makes a presentation to
Rey. Harrison Thompson and
his wife after he was honoured
at the All-Star Classic on Sat-
urday at the DW Davis Gym.

(Photo: Mario Duncanson/
Tribune staff)









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| ERIC
ARLINGTON
NICOLLS

September 8th 1931 -
February Ist, 2005

Dad and Mom you both have left us to be together
with your Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. It is hard
for us to accept however, we are learning to
understand your vows until death and in death
you both made for each other.

Dad and Mom continue around the throne of God
worshiping and glorifying God our creator.

LOTTIE
ROBERTS
NICOLLS

January 11th, 1935 -
April 15th, 2005

Left to cherish great memories are the children;
‘grandchildren; great grandchildren; sisters-in-
law; brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, daughters-
in-law, sons-in-law and a host of relatives and

friends.

DAD AND MOM CONTINUE
TO REST IN PEACE.

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My Trina is a survivor, or so I've heard it said.
But I can hear her crying at night, when all

others are in bed.

I watch her lay awake at night and go to hold
her hand. She doesn't know I'm with herto
help her understand. : AEDS

My daughter tries to cope with deathto keep
my memory alive. But anyone who knows her
knowsit is her way to survive.

For no matter what she says,no matter what
she feels. My darling Trina has a broken heart
that only God can heal. |

As I watch over my darling daughter through
Heaven's open door. try to assure her that
angels protect me forevermore.

Sadly Missed by:

Her loving daughter Catrina Miller, Tyrone
Miller, Grand Children, Great Grand Children,
Nieces, Nephews Adopted Children Alfonso
& Yvonne and a Host of Family and Friends.





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VITH SINCERE THANKS



HANS “PETER” KUGLER
July 5, 1940 — March 20, 2006

The family of Peter Kugler
sincerely thanks his many friends
and business associates for their

7 kind thoughts and wishes.

We also thank those that sent
donations in Peter’s memory to the
Children’s Paradise Foundation —
_which provides vacations for
orphaned and homeless
_ children of The Bahamas.
Your generosity has made it
possible for many children
to have their first vacation.

Thank you!



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244 Market Street ¢ P.O. Box EE-16634
Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE


















































Deacon Mitchell Michael
Gardiner aged 86

of Oneil’s Long Island , will be held
| on Saturday, April 15th, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at Beulah Baptist Church;
Simms Long Island. Officiating will -
be Rev. Alvin Gray, assisted by Rev.
Erwin Knowles. Interment will
follow in the Church’s Cemetery.



His legacy will continue as he would
admonish his loving and devoted
Wife of 63 years: Viola Dean
Gardiner; (5) Sons: Assistant
Superintendent of Police Richard
Gardiner, Lloyd, Nelson, Daniel, &
Eric Gardiner; (7) Danahieis: Joycelyn Bonaby, Rozina Deal,
Deaconess Helen ‘Adderley, Synida Dorsette, Ginger Lakes, Ganette
Gardiner & Delerece Frazier; (1) Sister: Eliza Butler; (4) Sons-in-law:
Principal Richard Deal, Deacon George Adderley, Courtney Lakes & |
Clyde Frazier; (2) Daughters-in-law: Rose Gardiner & Kathy Gardiner;
(1) Brother-in-law: Sylvanis Dean; (3) Sisters-in-law: Geneva Dean,
Muriel Baker & Idell Seymour; (42) Grandchildren: Ann, Dwayne,
Rochelle, Warren, Susan, Richard, Shameka, Michael Miller, Keith,
Valtia, Hubert, Monique, Clayton, Michael Gardiner, Kyle, Kenyatta,
Kanell, Patrice, Spence, Mark, Eldon, Tamika, Reka, Tori, Jermaine,
- Amada, Genesis, Daniella, Faith, Kevin, Japhier, Diego, Quentin,
Erickeisha, Michelle, Cyldero, Ericka, Chelsea, Sharon, Renee, David
& Georgette; (33) Great grandchildren: Shekera, Duran, Kavon
Knowles, Annae, Anthea, Deanya, Rishe, Samantha, Demetri, Justin,
Ryan, Deante, Kristin, Teisha, Jelani, Rekeem, Syriah, Sebastina,
Jaden, Emmanuel, Kelly, Valencia, Jamal, Shantel, Kermit, Dishie,
Kemes, Rano, Kavon Gardiner, Shanta, Ashley, Sania, Amya, & Jaden
Thompson; (2) Great great grandchildren; (3) Grand sons-in-law:
Quazy Thompson, Daniel Knowles & Robert Azard; (1) Grand
daughter-in-law: Daniella Gray; (29) Nieces & Nephews: Timothy
. Pratt, Berthamae Thompson, Nurse Janet Kelly, Bernadette Davis,
Barbara Romer, Cleophas, Katwell, Mark, Allin, & Callin Knowles,
Maxwell, Allison, Loretta, Percy, Erskin, Cole, Mac, Mervin, Peggy,
& Blen Dean, Michelle, David & Nishka Baker, Quincy Cartwright,
Christina Smith, Merce Turnquest, Patrick, Junior & Emos Darling;
Other Relatives & Friends includes: Charlie McDonald, Sopora Butler,
Jetro Smith, Abram Butler, Mario Simms, Riddel Knowles, Mr.
Lawrence Cartwright, MP North Long Island & Ragged Island; Joel
Pratt, Maxwell Adderley, Lemuel Knowles, William Edgecombe,
Pastor Alvin & Mother Virginia Gray, Pastor Urban Knowles, The
Butler Family, A. Knowles Trucking Company & Family, Rosie Bowe
& Family, Elsie Strachan, Charles, McDonald, Henry Bethel, Ernest
Burrows, Berdina Taylor, Playtel Newton, Vernita Johnson, Lenora
Moncur, Pastors, Officers & Members of Beulah Baptist & First
Baptist Churches; the Reservists Division of the Royal Bahamas Police
Force and the entire communities of North Long Island.

Family will receive friends from 4:00pm at the Beulah Baptist Church
in Simm’s Long Island and viewing will continue at the church until
service time on Saturday.



























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|) Bethel Brothers Morticians
Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030 | :
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

DAVID ALEXANDER >
~ CLARKE, 61

of Wellington Road, Stapledon Gardens will
be held on Wednesday April 19 at10:30 a.m.
at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd Road.
Fr. Martin Gomes will officiate. Interment
will be made in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J. F. K. Drive.

He is survived by his wife Margaret Anne

Clarke; sisters, Eloise and Sandra Clarke,

Dorothy Fernander of Tennessee, Olga

Bethel, Cynthia Tynes; brothers, John,

George Jr., Philip, Kenneth and Michael
Clarke, Kevin, Gregory, Kent and Bursil Clarke; mother-in-law, Vinola :
Harvey; brother-in-law, Danny Tynes; sisters-in-law, Verdell Harvey, Lorraine, :
Shirley, Movena, Desiree and Audreyana Clarke; cousins, Arthur Huyler of;
South Carolina, Godfrey, Roy and Andrew Huyler, Constance Gardiner, %
Mary Clarke of Bimini, Geneva, Patsy, Eunice Boyce and Nathaniel Clarke
of Florida and Nehemiah Clarke of Freeport; nieces, Shirlean, Carolyn, :
Cynthia, Alicia Clarke and Cecile Chinyere of South Carolina, Philsha, -:
Raquel, Kennia, Kendra and Terese Clarke, Joycelyn Szaas, Georgina :
Bolware and Denise Culver of Georgia, Jasmine Young, Joy McIntosh, :
Yinka Burrows, Carla Bethel, Karon Fernander and Sonja Bethel of Florida, |
Ashley, Alexis, Trazania, Kara and Tenisha Clarke; nephews, Godfrey |
Fernander of Georgia, Dayne, Lesley and Darrin Clarke, Andre, Terrance :
and Trevor Bethel, Dancyn, Daynan and Dion Tynes, Cameron, Deneo-and |
Antonio Clarke, Zoltan Szaas, Godfrey Chinyere, William Culver, Gillian :
Bethel, Trent McIntosh, Darrin Young and Willie Bolware; aunts and uncles, :
Agnes and Adriel Saunders, Winifred Sherman, James and Barbara, Peter ;
and Blanche, George and Curlene Weech, William (Yama Bahama) Butler, :
Eleanor Weech and Ethel Johnson and family.

A host of other relatives and including Harold Cole, Lynn and William

Tommy Roberts, P. Anthony White, Father Colin Saunders, Father John :
Johnson, Yvonne and Craig Woods, Eileen Treco, Tanya Cartwright, Yvonne ;
Swain, Margaret Major and Fr. Deanglo Bowe.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau;
Street on Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Wednesday at the |
church from 9:30 a.m. until service time.

MEMORIAL
SERVICE

for former Chief Inspector of Police
~ GARNET WILTON
ARCHIBOLD LOCKHART,
63





of #89 Sandford Drive and formerly of







: Ragged Island will be held on Monday at 6:00 p.m. at Grants Town Wesley
! Methodist Church, Baillou Hill Road. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Laverne |
~R. Lockhart. ee « Re ,

Semi-military
FUNERAL SERVICE
for former Chief Inspector of Police
~~ GARNET WILTON ARCHIBOLD LOCKHART, 63

of #89 Sandford Drive, Highland Park and formerly of Ragged Island will
be held on Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. at Grants Town Wesley Methodist Church,
Baillou Hill Road. The President of The Bahamas Conference of the Methodist
Churches, Kenris Carey, Rev. Dr. Laverne R. Lockhart, Dr. Reginald Eldon
and Rt. Rev. Bishop Gilbert A. Thompson will officiate. CREMATION
WILL FOLLOW.

i He is survived by his loving and devoted wife and friend of 27 years,
i Vivienne "Vene"; daughters, Twana, Nicholia and Nadia Lockhart, Christina
i Hanna and Frankie Bannister; sons, Ricardo, Peter and Jan Lockhart; sisters,
: Sybiline Lockhart, Judy Whymms, Barbara Grazette, Anna Green, Charlene
i Dorsey, Sophia Minus and Asaneth Strachan; brothers, Lémuel Leonard
: Lockhart, Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart, Reggie and Anton Lockhart, Sgt. 2155
: David Lockhart and John Lockhart; stepmother, Mrs. Gweneth Lockhart;
: mother-in-law, Mrs. Irene Smith; grandchildren, Virginia-Elizabeth, Bijan,
: Ian II, Racquel, Ricardo Jr., Jasmine, Luis and Amaya Lockhart; sisters-in-
i law, Lil, Brenda, Judy, Lisa and Euricka Lockhart, Mizpah Wallace, Olive
i and Maryanne Smith, Edith Miller, Gloria, Barbara, Greta, Jeannine, Ebiana,
: Sheila and Edith Smith; brothers-in-law, Henry Whymms, Athelston Grazette,
: Anthony Green, Insp. Kendal Strachan, Louis Dorsey, Luther, Matthew,
: Carl, Leonard, Burton and James Smith and Albert Miller; daughters-in-

law, Jennifer, Karen and Mayra "Moon" Lockhart; son-in-law, Curtis Hanna;
aunt, Mrs. Emily Sawyer; a host of nieces and nephews including Victorine

: and Joanne Bannister, Crystal, Linden and Brent Jonson, Darrell, Lamarque,
: Lanique, Gregory, Stacy, Michael, Dion and Keva Lockhart, Phebee Coleby,
: Christelle Sturrup and Carl Russell. Other relatives and friends including,
: Delores Mounts, Marina Smith, Carolyn, Liza, Kayla, Joan, Persis, Florence,
: Cynthia, Jennifer, Mavis, Jennie, Marsha Clarke, Mrs Shirley Collie and
: é : : : : family, Ms. Sally Ferguson, the entire lineage of of Mr. Robert Smith
Wells, Dale and Shane Davis, Sylvia and Simeon Dawkins, Desmond Silvera, (deceased) and Mrs. Irene Smith; the following and their families, Mr. and
: Mrs. Charles Grant, Ms. Willamina Grant, Mrs. Ethel Brown, Jackie
i McCartney, Mr. and Mrs Harcourt Carter, Mr. Edison Armbrister, Mrs. Rosie
: Grant, Father Etienne Bowleg, and Mr. Vanright Bethel, also The Ragged
i Island Association, president and members of The Royal Bahamas Police

Force Retired Association, Commissioner of Police and staff of The Royal

: Bahamas Police Force, management and staff of Security Services Bahamas
: Limited, The Airport Authority and The Bahamas National Drug Agency.
: Garnet nurtured enduring friendships with, Mr. Samuel Wallace, Mr. and
i Mrs. Vincent Pratt, Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Ifill, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
: Mortimer, Mr. Burt Moxey, Mr. George Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Major,
: Lee Armbrister, Emmett Munroe, Whycliff Albury, "Gippie" and other
i sailing comrades, Mercia Strachan, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Culmer, Mr. and
i Mrs. Reg Roberts, Superintendent John Ferguson, Inspector Hartman Nixon,
i Mr. and Mrs. Errington Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Burrows, Mr.
: and Mrs. Treven Darville and Mrs. Meldora Scott.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau
i Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The family requests that instead of floral tributes, donations may be sent to

The Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church (Outreach Ministries),
P. O. Box SS-5103, Nassau, Bahamas.





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cae © selephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.0.Box N-1026

aa

LEEFRED "BOX"
ROLLE, 54

of Meadows Lane, off East
Street will be held on
Saturday 12:00 noon at Zion
Baptist Church, East and
Shirley Streets. Pastors T.G.
Morrison assiated by Rev.
Ulric Smith II will officiate.
Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens, Solider
Road.

He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Alene Rolle; 1son,
Romare Rolle; 1 sister, Katy Rolle; 5 brothers, Fredrick
Deveaux Jr., Nolvin, Basil and Anthony Rolle; 8
nephews, Adrian, Marcian and Patrick Deveaux, Omar,
Bertram and Printano Rolle, Papito Rigby; 12 neices,
Pinky and Tiara Deveaux, Megan Rigby, Nyoshi
Robinson, Antoinette Rolle-Porter, Nakoya Rolle-

Pyfrom, Destine, Dinasty, Maria, Terz, Corissa and

Woman Marine Nikira Rolle; 2 sisters-in-law, Corese
Deveaux and Emily Rolle; 5 aunts, Bessie Mahabier
and Lucille Hepburn of New York, Gertrude Austin,
Ruthmae Flowers, Stella Rolle, Lillian Smith; 7 uncles,
Ordrick Balfour, Vernal, Reuben, Henry, Thomas,
Vernal and Andrew Rolle, numerous cousins including,
Ermalou Campbell, Billy Austin, Ernestine Ferguson,
Patrick, David and Ermest Balfour, Rose Butler, Telcine
Russeu, 1den2, Kim and Theadore Flowers, Barbara
Hepburn and Pat Habbier of New York, sudy Williams

of Naples Flodria, other relatives and friends including,

Althea Rolle, Buena Clear, Net Armbrister, Donna
Rolle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Francis and the entire
Meadows Lane Family..

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 10:00

a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from .

10:30 a.m. until service time.



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Sweeting’s Colonial
Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road ¢ P.O. Box N-8161 ¢ Tel: 325-7867
¢ Fax: 325-7867

FINAL RITES AND BURIAL

MR. THEODORE
" TEDDY W
VERNAL GREENSLADE,

60

a resident of South Beach, and formerly of
Fresh Creek, Andros, will be held on Saturday,
7 15th April, 2006 at St. Agnes Anglican Church,

Blue Hill Road at 2:00 p.m.. Officiating will
be Rt. Rev. Bishop Gilbert Thompson assisted
by Rev. Fr. Rodney Burrows, Rev. Fr. Mervin
Johnson and Rev. Fr. Laish Boyd. Interment
will be in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery,
1 Soldier Road.






Cherished memory will forever linger in the
hearts of his wife, Florence; four children,
Keino, Yvette, Marvia and Jason; son-in-law, Lionel Rolle; daughter-in-law, Mary
Greenslade; three brothers, Oswald, Basil and Kendal Greenslade; two sisters,
Yvonne and Mimi Greenslade; mother-in-law, Verlina Maycock; nine grandchildren,
D' Andra, Jalia, Kenisha, Kendria, Jaleel, Lakia, Elian, Latae'via and Ehryn; two
uncles, Carl and Arthur Braynen; four brothers-in-law, Clover, Nehemiah and
Melvin Maycock and Dexter Armbrister; five sisters-in-law, Sandra Moxey, Arineta
Hinsey, Marilyn Maycock, Laurette Lockhart and Augusta Greenslade; two adopted
brothers, Harry Sands Sr. and Derek Thompson; nieces and nephews, Randy Hanna,
Karen Andrews, Sherell Smith, Sean Ward, Don Miller, Glendina Brown, Atina
Colebrooke, Melinda Greenslade, Raquel, Trevor, Vardo and Vaughn Armbrister,
Sirdina Smith, Tamar, Osten, Osha, Tarron, Marco, Leonard, Fabian and Marquese
Greenslade, Tiffany Strachan, Tamara Seymour, Shenika and Keishala Smith,
Michella Brown and Latoya Riley; special friends, Lulamae Colebrooke, Bethsheba
Bryant, Sibalene and Carlos Rodriguez, Virginia and Leonard Knowles, Newell
Cooper, Francis Gray, Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham, Sir Arlington and Sheila Butler,
Vincent Rahming, Cliff Davis, Audley Hanna, Pasty Adderley, Harriet Thomas,
Attorney Wallace and Crystal Rolle and Mr. Poitier and a host of other relatives
and friends including, Ettienne Maycock, Maria Gibson, Peggy Lundy, Vernita
Johnson, Eva Greenslade, Leona Ferguson, Mervyn Hepburn, Carnie Saunders,
Lilimae Beneby, Edwin Culmer, Miriam, Luna, Lilly and Drucilla Rodriquez,
Juliette Barnwell, Kentino, Taren, Marco, Meko, Saquell, Roy, Nancy, Pauline and
Michelle Maycock, A.S.P. Joel Hinsey, Boycel Moxey, Dorothy, Racquel and Jan
Marshall, Blanche Turnquest, Velma Edwards, Bertha Hall, Ethral and Joe Knowles,
Judith Hamilton, Shirley and Ruth Braynen, Deloris, Derek and Devon Thompson,
Dorothy Sands, Barbara Bowe, Godfrey Bannister, Nelson Cooper, Henderson
Hines, Margurita Roberts, Ivan and Clara McPhee, Elva Moxey, Edgory and Casilda
McPhee, Glinton Gibson, Edward Deveaux, Deli Wilmott, Berdina Taylor, Arnold
Cargill, Fr. Laish Boyd, Bishop Gilbert Thompson, Rose-marie Thompson, Kinto,
Karelle, Tony, Janelle, Genesta and Enid Lockhart, Helen Saunders, Veronica
Pintard, Ethel Wilson, Florinda Hepburn, Sheila Curling, Lander Maycock, Kevin
and Prenell, Neighbours of Melrose Landings, Mr. Forbes, Howard and Henzel
Newbold, Charles Clarke, Iram Lewis, Rev. Carroll E. Rolle, Helen Rolle, Zhivago
and Jechelle Rolle, the Cargill Family, Marva Thompson, Denise Gray, Sheila
Wilson, Godfrey Roberis, Henry Rolle, Nellie Braynen, Meryl Johnson, Leroy
Dames, Philemone, Vernice Prudence, Eula Edgecombe, Amy Winder, Terio, Genea,
Cameo, Norma Braynen, Henry Rolle, The Woods Family, Howard Sturrup,
Randolph Hanna, Lady Margurette Pindling, Aretha, Jonell, Tia, Kisha, Anita, Lil
Melvin, Melissa, Maneisa, Wenzel Hanna, James Edwards, Archie Winters, Glen
Russell, George Simmons, Altamese and Ray, Supt. Larry Ferguson, Staff of TG
Construction Company, McDonald Breakfast Crew, F.N.M. Association, Charlie's
Place, Mr. T., Rudies Place, Nu-Way Electric, Airport Authority, S & H Building
Supplies, Fred's Trucking, Cynthia Sands, the Ragged Island Community, Central

’ Andros Community, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Works, South Beach

Community, The Hanna families.

The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary and
Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd. from 11.00am on Friday until 6.00 p.m. and on

Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. until service time at the church.

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- Yager Bncnt Hoge & Prvicteie

Queen’s Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118 ¢ Paging: 352-6222 #1724 e Fax: 351-3301

FUNERAL Sires ald







JAMES NAPOLEON
INGRAHAM, 67

Pastor Lawrence Pinder, assisted
by Pastor Demytress Wildgoose.
Interment, Grand Bahama
Memorial Park.



Left to cherish his memories are
his wife, Florence Ingraham; six
sons, Kevin, Kendal, Wellington and Willis Ingraham, Joseph,
Joseph Roberts and Reuben Wildgoose; nine daughters, Karen
Ingraham, Antoinette Moultrie, Nurse Vernita Johnson, Norita
Ingraham, Sandra Roberts, Sheila Laing, Ellamae Roberts and
Dorenda Pratt; five sisters, Shirley Ingraha, Ellamae Duncombe,
Lilith Moore, Becky Deveaux and Hilda Cooper; one aunt, Gladys
Russell; nineteen grandsons, Demytres Wildgoose, Charles, Kevin

and Rashad Pratt, Roderick Carey Jr., Anthony Smith, Shelton .

Roberts Jr., Valentino Ingraham, Deangelo Roberts, Colby and Cody
Ingraham, Stefan Roberts, Dexter Ingraham, Anfernee Dean, Justin
McKinney, Desmond Laing Jr., Kevin Ingraham Jr., Kemon Hanna
and Terron Roxbury; sixteen granddaughters, Amytress, Anishka
and Kadrea Wildgoose, Joretta Roberts, Antoinique Ingraham,

Jamekia Bethel, Doramae Pratt, Breann Holberet, Lanell_and Abriel :

Ingraham; three great grandchildren, Chardonney and Clenardo
Pratt and Maya Wildgoose; five brothers-in-law, Ezekiel Pinder,

Fred Christie, Gerad Russell, Floyd Smith and Avin Moore; one }
son-in-law, Ilean Pinder; seven sons-in-law, Corp. 581 Charles Pratt :
Sr., Charles Moultrie, Andrew Johnson, John McKey, Shelton :

Roberts Jr., Desmond Laing Sr., and Robert Holbert; four daughters-

in-law, Diann and Delcine Ingraham, Burnell Wildgoose and Mildred }
Roberts; eight nephews, Godfrey Burrows, Sergeant 1156 Ezera :

Duncombe, Shedrick Duncombe, Shawn Christie of Virginia, Rodney
Deveaux, Wayne Clarke, Rudoiph Lynden aid Brian Harvey; eleven
nieces, Daisy Ferguson, Dianne Duncombe, Shirlene Newman,
Tanya Forbes, Vanessa, Keisha and Femisha Lynden, Erica
Thompson, Johnniemae Gilbert, Joanna Curry, Jennifer and Deanne;

four godchildren, Horace Cooper, Boston Cooper, Jason Bridgewater |
and Kelsey Mather and a host of other friends and relatives including, |

the Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham and family, Patsy Smith, James
Bethel, Roderick Carey Sr., MP Pleasant Bridgewater, Prince
Romeo and Mr. Laurie Bridgewater, Althea Ingraham, Pearline

a resident of High Rock, Grand :
Bahama will be held at 3pm on ;
Saturday, April 15th, 2006 at St. :
Johns Jubilee Cathedral, Settler's :
Way, Freeport. Officiating will be ;

Gibson, Washington and Reginald Smith, Wilbert Mader, Atwill }
Newman, Lofton Andrews, Nelson McIntosh, Silvan Rachael, Lynes :

Freddie Laing, Rey. Lillian Pinder, J eyeclan McKinney, Curry and
: Eunice Pinder, the old staff of Island Construction, Ulith Roberts
: and the entire East End Community.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home
: & Crematorium, Queens Highway, Freeport today from 12noon -
until 6pm. and at the church on Saturday from 1: 30pm until service



















| JEROME "Tropical"
WELLS, 24 |

a resident of #2 Lady Fish Drive,
Caravel Beach, Freeport will be
held at 11am on Saturday, April
15th, 2006 at Calvary Temple
Assemblies of God, Clive Avenue,
| Freeport. Officiating will be Pastor
| Robert Lockhart. Interment,
| Grand Bahama Memorial Park.

Left to cherish his memories are
his mother, Rosalee Wells;
stepfather, Harold Russell;
i stepmother, Delores Russell; six sisters, Sharon Russell- -Sturrup,
i Alaneta Russell-Tate, Charlene; Cinderine, Alsada and Sira Russell;
! seven brothers, Theodore, Shawn, Sheldon, Don, Mark, Asher and

: Harold Russell Jr.; brother-in-law, Dwayne Sturrup; grandmother,

: Pearline Rolle-Wells; seven aunts, Gelina, Remilda and Jessiemae

: Wells, Thelma Saunders, Glendamae Mitchell and Selvera Cooper;

: seven uncles, Stafford, Lennox and Jason Wells, Edmund Russell,
Brenville, Reginald and Jarrod Smith; nieces, Nicole Tate, Brittany

: Russell, Leah Joseph, Sharise, Alysiaune, Shaunte and Shanee Tate,

: Ataniece Williams, Lauren Nelson, Damara Sturrup and Samara

: Russell; nephews, Douglas Shoroter, Sherwin Tate, Brian Edwards, |
: David Thompson, Daniel, Dathan and Dwayne Sturrun Tr; purmerous
: cousins and a host of other relatives and friends including, Shirley

: Hamilton, Eioise Sturrup, Allan Grant, Ecko Butler, Edmund Grant

i: (Chilly), Claridge Kemp, Carmay Sturrup, Pastor Lockhart and

: Calvary Temple and the Management and staff of C&G Air

: Conditioning.

i Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home
: & Crematorium, Queens Highway, Freeport today from 12noon

, } until 6pm and at the church on Saturday from 9:30am until service

i time. |

and Cindy McIntosh, Nurse Jen, Pastor Lawrence Pinder, Pastor



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THURSDAY, AP RIC 13, 2006, PAGE 7

Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 e Fax: (242) 340

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR |

Angelo Strachan,
40

| of Zion Booulevard, South

| Beach, will be ehld on

| Saturday, April 15th, 2006

at 11:00 am at Abundant

# Liife Bible Chapel,

Abundant Life Road.

' Officiating will be Dr F

; Edward Allen, assisted by

Pastor James Knowles and Algie Malcolm. Interment
| will follow in ‘Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his wife, Denise; son,
Giovanni; parents, Thaddeus and Barbara Strachan;
_ grandmother, Nellie Moss; mother-in-law, Carnetta

_Lightbourne;. one: brother, Michael Strachan; four

aunts, Althea Neiley, Margaret Castleberry, Mable
: Farquharson. and Leila Thomas; six uncles, Mack and
- Kenneth Moss, Ricky Castleberry, Branville Strachan,
Rey Oswald Russell and Nolan Thomas; grand aunt,
Muriel Deleveaux; 10 nieces, Crystal and Christa
_ | Strachan, Lanya Kemp, Jodie. Webb, Ramona and
: Sophia:Lightbourne, Nikia Edgecombe, Alexdia and
_ Siddina Henfield and Danae Demeritte; seven nephews,
-Nashon, Lamont, Brandon, Leon and charles
_Lightbourne, Renaldo Hudson and Christin Cash; two
grandnieces, Alicia Greene and Shontae Lightbourne;
_ three grand nephews, Devaughn Kemp, Nashon Jr and
-Chezedek Lightbourne; four sisters-in-law, Beverley
Culmer, Frances Henfield, Edith Edgecombe and
Marsha Strachan; two brothers-in-law, Remorn and
Leonard AEH BOBENE: cousins, Indera Miller,



PEER E IEEE PETERS Tae nae DE LESTE LET HL TEASE BE IT ME SH oh nBs Fah cB Naka Be Binh BanBat

JoVaughn, Jonea, Jade Miller, Judy Graham, Carla,
Andrew and Derek Moss, Randy Neiley, Tereza
Jacques, April Rahming, Fletcher Ferguson, Lilles
Strachan, Marcia Shalom, Charo and Charis McPhee,
Leona and Jordan Deveaux, Kenva Thomas, Kellie
Martin, Tanya Wildgoose, Alfred and Frederick
Deleveaux, Brian and Lynette Williams and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Linda and Valeria
Lightbourne, Dr Leslie Culmer, Andrew and Beth
Taylor, Sean and Isadora Blyden, Christine and Michael
Greene, Shavon Burrows, Catherine Deveaux, Desiree
Moxey, Tito Woodside, Sidney Henfield, Jessica Dean,
Rhema Rolle, Jessie Bain and family, Douglas Vaval
and family, Wes Willie and family, Jason Deveaux
and family, Gregory Bain and family, Bentley Johnson
and family, Weymond Demeritte, Willilam Saunders
and family, Denise Carew, Silaron Delancey, Sylvia
Peterson and family, Eddie and Dorohy Prosper and
family, Gerthlyn Miller, Norrie and Pam Kerr, Winkie
and Pat Curry, Anya Symonette and family, Gaston
Henrique, Herbert Mackey, Clarence Gibson and
family, Adrian Munroe, Joann Bowe and family,
Annette Chislom and family, Joey Miller, Arthur
Johnson and family, Stanley, Neville, marina, marilyn
Toote and family, Lloyd, Donovan, Drexel and Sidney
Dorsette and family, Vernice Hastie and family,
Bradford Colebrook, Electa Lloyd, Rev and Mrs
Carrington Pinder and family, Sheila Gibson, Cititrust
family and the Entire Sandy Point Community.

Viewing will be held in the “Serenity Suite” at Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Itd., Robinson
and Soldier Road on Thursday from 12 pm until 6:00
pm and then at the church on Saturdday from 9: 30 am
until service time.



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LEROY COX, 77

| Street at 10:00 am.



Road.















Rollington Cox, Theophilus Cox; three sister, Verliemae

Mary, Emely, Niler and Velma Cox; three brothers-in-law,
Vemal Black and Wilbert Ferguson and Lenoard Collie; 17
grandchildren, Ghandi, Monicia, Sanchia, Lakendria, Bianca,
Michaela, Chario, Clarence Jr, Brenaldo, Charma, Shaquania,
Antonio, Bennett, nton, Johnathon, Lindsay Jr, Destinique;
| one great grandson, Taji; one aunt, Belfine; nieces, Verliemae
Cox of Fort Pierce, Dianne, Aroda, Tika and Rosemary Cox,
Janet Farrington, Cutell Black, Eulamae, Edith and Joann
Deveaux, Evelyn and Beverley Collie, Pamela Ingraham,








Wendell Deveaux, Corporal 2267 Terrel Cox, Rollington,

and Deon Cox, Dennis and Walter Black, Elkin, Lenford,







and Elligin Cox, Betty Cox and family,



Rack of Ages F uneral Chapel

Wulff Road & Pinedale.
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 © Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

| A host of relatives and friends including, Yvette Thompson,
: Fulton Bain and family, Karen Missick, Moses Noel, Georgie

of Millers Heights and formerly of 2 and Gino, Thelma Beneby and family, Bishop Franklyn

Ethel Street, Montell Heights and |
Snug Corner, Acklins, will be held :
on Saturday 15th, April, 2006 at the |

| Church of God of Prophecy, East | family, Pastor Salathiel Simmons and family, Romeo Ferguson

ee : and family, Dr Beulah Farquarson, Ellizabeth Keju, Beatrice |
as : ! Gardiner, Winifred Williamson and family, Marilyn Collie and
| Officiating will be bishop Dr-Franklyn : :

Ferguson assisted by Bishop Dr | familly, Nora McClean and family, Mae Lightbourne and
Woodly Thompson, Bishop Hulan |
Hanna. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier | Eotarene Asin Se ee Seca tant
| Nurse Butler and the Onocology family, and the Private

Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of his | Medical of Princess Margaret Hospitial, Ethel Street family. }

wife of 53 years, Ceola Cox; his two sons, Valentine and |
Clarence; six daughters, Eltemese Hall, Bernice Cox, Patricia |

Bethel, Brenetta Rolle, Ruthmae Ambrister, Sharnet Cox; _ Chapel on WHT Hoadand Pittedals (Orgs 0-00 at ta6:00

: pm on Thursday and on Saturday at the Church from 9:00
am until service time.

four sons-in-law, Hilgrove Hall, Gregory Bethel, Lindsay ;
Rolle, Ashlyn Ambrister; one daughter-in-law, Charlean Cox; |
brothers, Rev Wilfred Cox of Fort Pierce, Roland Cox |



Black, Yvonne Cox and Ethlyn Deveaux; four sisters-in-law, -




Lorraine Birk, Annie, Sharon, Patsy and Mellie Darling; Le

nephews, Superintendent David Deveaux, Superinterndant : He is survived by his wife, Queen Russell: his two aoe

: : : : Cressentina and Newell Russell Jr; four grandchildren,
Rollie and Adrian Cox of Fort Pierce, Jason, Gary, Quinton — Shavargo, Sharad Bullard, Shanika and Ashton Russell; one

. . . . i 3 thi R : 3 i J i

Berkley and.Hensel Collie, Tad and Eddie Fraizer; cousins, as Sree ae neers a ianey oe

Fe cae . ee ae eae Geleana nephews, cousins; his father and mother-in-laws, Stillman
ohnson, Kelson and Dorcas Cox, Rev Rutus Hanna and © and Carolyn Collie; eleven sisters-in-law and nine brothers- |

family, Bishop Dr Woody Thompson and family, Dr Wayne | in-law, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Thompson and family, Felton Cox and family, Eric Cox and | ;

familly, Dnathon Cox Sr and family, Eartha Pyfrom and family, — Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Myrthella Cox and family, Rev Leyvon Miller and family, | Chapel on Wulft Road and Pinedale from 10: 00 am to 6:00
Sherma Stevens and family, Nurse Rosemary, Melverne . pm on Thrusday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00

| am until funeral time.

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Ferguson and family, Bishop Joseph M Swan and family,
Bishop Nathaniel Beneby and family, Bishop Rudolph Bowe
and family, Bishop Elganet Rahming and family, Bishop
Hulan Hanna and family, Bishop Cephas Ferguson and

family, lsula Henfield and family, Stanley Beneby and family,

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral

NEWELL LESLIE
RUSSELL. 59

of Kemp Road, will be held on



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Rack af f Ages. Funeral asapel |g Tec Memonal Moluary

Wulff Road & Pinedale « 4 and Cremalo ium Limited
“Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 © Fax: 328-8852 See

ae Bata.) Wars ye = FOR -A East Coral Roa ox F-4231






Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
: Page 340-8043

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box. CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034

; “ARLETTE JEAN, 27




of Butler's Alley of
#Wulff: Road and
formerly of Port De
= Paix, Haiti; will be held
“on Saturday 15th April,
2006 at Calvary

nt : _j|Haitian Baptist
: Church, West Avenue
off Gibbs Corner at 2: 30 pm.

















Officiating will be Rev Henri Cher-Amie
assisted: by Br Solimy Decius. Interment will
follow in the Southern Cemetery, Spikenard
& Cowpen Road.








She is survived by her mother, Estellie Michel;
father, Modrie Lefuste Jean; seven sisters,
Bettie, Karolle, Eolianette, Estelle, Dienie,
Elda and Mimose:; three brothers, Jolet, Wilmy
nd Frito; two. grandparents, Benjamin Jean
-Lefus and Ms Estil Homme Michel; ten uncles,
Jdefa, Michelet, Mavilien, Wilman, Michel,
Joinel, Amaury, Lanou Michelet, Cavanne,
Rochenel,. Exil'omme and Joe; seven aunts,
Vida, Mecilia, Fodilia, Aneros, Anetude, Trazi,
‘Delo; numerous cousins including Milene,
Wisline, Gela, Golette, Nikole, Kouzin, Wily
Badlet, Limik, Ronal, Satune, Yanyom, Joseph
Dorleans and Rino Jean: nieces and nephews,















Friends may pay their last respects at Rock
of Ages Funeral Chapel on Wulff Road and
Pinedale from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on
| Thursday and on Saturday at the Church from
1:30 pm until funeral time.











and a host of other relatives and friends...




PU ANNOUNCEMENTS

MRS GADELL MILLER

©) RUSSELL, 68

of West End, Grand Bahama and formerly of
Mangrove Cay, Andros, died at her residence
on Saturday, April 8, 2006.

She is survived by her husband, Edwin Russell;

4 three sons, Shane, Dwayne and Joseph
‘| McKenzie; two daughters, Gloria Matthews

and Felice McKenzie; six grandchildren; four
sisters, Patsy Miller, Jenniemae Adderley,
Lilliemae and Pandora Miller, numerous nieces,
nephews and other relatives and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE

ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.

2) MR TROY BENEBY, 36

of #54 Drake Avenue, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, died at The Princess Margaret
Hospital on Saturday, April 8, 2006.

He is survived by his parents, George and
Louise Beneby; five sisters, Melissa Minns,
Bridgette Butterfield, Tina, Geneva and Kissy
Beneby; one brother, Terrance Beneby;
grandfather, George Beneby Sr.; numerous
aunts, uncles and other relatives and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE
ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.

| MRS. MIZPAH DELORES
‘| KELLY, 71

of Pioneers Loop, Freeport, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Nicholls Town, Andros, died
at her residence on Monday, April 10, 2006.

| She is survived by two sons, Hilton Gibson

and Derick Kelly; five daughters, Ellen
Campbell, Linda Adderley, Amanda Johnson,
Margaret Kelly and Sandra Burrows; 14
grandchildren; three great grandchildren; two
sisters, Joyce Moxey and Ella Rolle both of
Nassau, Bahamas, and a host of other relatives
and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE. |





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and Cromaloriun Taniled

FREEPORT
11-A East Coral Road, P.O. Box F-42312
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 © Fax: (242) 340-8034

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

MR. WENDELL ANTHONY
"SWAIN" -
ARMBRISTER, 63

of #9 Albatross Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Murphy Town, Abaco will be held
at St. John's Jubilee Cathedral, Settlers Way, Freeport
:| on Saturday, April 15, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Bishop Godfrey R. Williams J.P., assisted
by Brian Sands and interment will follow at The
Grand Bahama Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive.

Left to cherish his memory are his caring wife,
-atricia Armbrister; mother, Ida Swain; children
Samantha, Lakeisha, Theola (Big T), Indira and Theola (Lil T) Armbrister, Laverne
(Barbie) Armbrister-Archer, Samuel (Sparky), Vernal, Wendell, Wenzal, Reno Armbrister;
grandchildren, Jonnae Penn, Precious Armbrister, Sherwin Delancy Jr., Terneisha
Winder, Samantha, Shaquille, Demetri and Tenajh Bootle, Shaniqua, Wayde Jr., and
Candace Archer, Lavardynae, Tianna, Shermeco, Cordero, Cordesha, Damasio, Sameka,
Avery, Sonovia, Shanethia, Samuel Jr., Sukura and Kadeidra Armbrister; great grand,
Dashawn; one brother, James (Jimmy) Williams; sisters, Carolyn and Leanamae
Armbrister, Louise Bain and Patricia Jones; one daughter-in-law, Erica-Armbrister;
two sons-in-law, Wayde Archer and Sherwin Delancy Sr.; parents-in-law, Cliff and
Nerva Bowe; sisters and brothers-in-law, Gloria Williams, Princess and Reginald
Farrington, Bloneva and Lawrence Rolle, Bertrum and Judy Winder, Dwayne and
Sonia Winder, Shirley and Susan Bethel; one uncle, Edison Ambristér; one aunt,
Louise Cornish; nieces and nephews, Lakishula, Eumeeko, Tamara, Nyoka, Denetrise,
Sherise, Kenise, Glenise, Gabrielle, Mary Bethel, Sonia Moss, Vanessa Adderley,
Mazola Munnings, Crystal Carroll, Yvette Moss, Dellareese Lowe, Alexis Lloyd,
Javonne, Judith and Jacquell Winder, Lakeisha Thompson, Kenya Forbes, Darnell
Burrows, Anais Bethel, Joy Lockhart-Lambe, Raquel Williams, P/C 2054 Jermaine
Moultrie, Jerry Stubbs Jr., Eduardo Deveaux, Ricardo and Dwayne Linden, Demetrius
and Leonard Stubbs, Lionel, Deiquardo, Anton, Tyrone, Narada, Cardinal, Keon,
Wendell, Sonith, Don, Gerard and Alexander Marshall, Anthony Curtis, Peter Nesbitt,
Maxwell Adderley Jr., Elrod and Clint Munnings, Jermaine and Edwin Thompson,
Clive Bethel, Daniel and Donny Burrows, Mario and Dario Poitier, Dwayne and Deon
Winder, Jerome Ferguson, Andrew Moss; godchildren, Deneka Butler, Tia Mader,
Jamaal Marshall and Jasper Stuart.

Other relatives and friends including the following and their families, Thomas Grant
(life-long friend), Preston Stuart, Leo Dean, John Smith, the WRLX family, Bishop
Godfrey Williams, Minister Iris Williams, Pleasant Bridgewater, Dr. Marcus Bethel,
Debbie Pearce, Shelly Austin, Ida Ferguson, Joanne, Mike Albury, Aleese, Deidre,
Jyoce Newvold, Mr. adn Mrs K. McSweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Ulkin Mullings, Clarence
Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pennerman, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Roker,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Knowles, Mr. Poitier, Leo, Mettie, Cabrena Adderley, Barbara
Pedican, Mrs. Christine Pinder, Mr. and mrs. Harold Curry, Kenise Duncombe, Dorothy,
Mrs. Maureen Campbell, Melvease Davis, Emmaline Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Hope
Nesbit, Heishal Davis, Leoda, Lorene, Sybilene and Mary, Doris, Louise Moxey,
Loenard Knowles, Evangelist Evelyn Bevans, Oswald McBride, William and Lady
Swain, Almeta, Joy, Rollin and Emald Swain, Essiemae, Sylvia, Iva, George Swain,
Dr. Phillip Thompson, Dr. Karaal, Dr. Michael Darville, Kenny and Michael Rolle,
St. John's Jubilee family, Freeport Gospel Chapel, Bethany Gospel Chapel, Marsh

Harbour Gospel Chapel, Zion Baptist and The Cancer Association of Grand Bahama.

"Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" of Restview Memorial Mortuary and

Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Thursday,
April 13, 2006 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday from 2:00 p.m: to 6:00

p-m. and at The Cathedral on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to service time.

AGATHA SYBIL
McKINNEY, 56

of #231 Erickson Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Cooper's Town, Abaco will be held
at First Baptist Church, Columbus Drive, Freeport
on Saturday, April 15, 2006 at.11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. George L. Cumberbatch, Rev.
Derrick Russell and other ministers of the gospel.
Interment follow at The Grand Bahama Memorial
Park.

Cherished memory would forever linger in the
hearts of her husband, Bishop Ivan McKinney; three
son, Timothy, Craig and Martin McKinney, three daughters, Mary Florence, Brenda
McKinney and Judyette Brown; grandchildren, Ivarene Jones, Kayla Tucker, Destiny:
Huyler, Franklin Ramsey Jr., Dwayne Marshall Jr., Shantar, Salyna, Sabrainer, Serena
and Christopher McKinney; sisters, Paula Dickenson Hall, Ettamae Austin, Karen
McKenzie, Barbara Russell and Michellene Poitier; brothers, Maxwell Russell. Sr.,
Steven Rolle Sr., Rev. Derrick Russell and Clarence Poitier: sisters- in-law, ‘Lula and
Lorraine Burrows; brothers-in-law, Richard, Robert, Basil, Alex McKinney and Arthur
Lightbourne; sons-in-law, Ricardo Brown and Franklin Ramsey;: numerous nieces and ~
nephews including Debbie Grant, Kathy Williams, Treniece Stuart, Ruth Charles,
Billy, Kevin, Obel, Kenan, Oxwell, Scott Dickenson, Kim Connolly, Dionne Brown, Trace |
Maddox, Jan Missick, Adrian, Tiffany; Shadia, Suerenea, Anassis, Alden‘and Yesmin,
August, Lipton and Winston McKenzie, Elicia, Jackson, Mark, Marvin;:Samantila,
Max Jr., Sherrad Russell, Brandford Jr., Jamaal and Faith Hall, Steven Jr., Sasha Rolle,
Denyca, Derrick Jr., Derrinye and Derrinyi Russell.

Host of other relatives and friends including the following and their families, The Rt.
Honourable Hubert Ingraham, Bishop Archilus Cooper, Thelma Edgecombe, Gussie
Roach, Muriel Poitier, Cecil and Leroy, Cecilia Rolle of West Palm Beach, Florida,
Ann Bootle, the Hudsons, Rupert Williams, James Williams, Francis Fox ;, Clementina -
Morris, Sheila Adderley, Estelle Mckinney, Genevieve McIntosh, Mildred Blatch,
Cleotha Edgecombe, Mabel Pinder, Genevieve Dean, Samuel Cooper Jt., Leo, Anthony,
Eric, Henry, Dodie Cooper, Cardinal McIntosh, Euriel Lewis, Bootle, Murray, Lowe,
Culmer, Cooper and McIntosh, Mr and Mrs Samuel Cooper and Becky Cooper, Nikita
Roker, Nurse Debra Forbes and Hazel Rigby, Beryl Lowe, Janice Moore, Sharon
Bartlett, Audrey Cooper, Mike Murray, Garnet Levarity, Sammy Lowe, Gordon and
John Rolle, Alfred Murray, Annie Rolle, the Cornish, Miriam and Leah

Viewing will be held in the "Irenic Suite" of Restview Memorial Mortuary and
Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Thursday
from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the
church on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to service time.





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Mr. Robert Steven
Whrylly, 66









‘By Dr. Jackson Miller and Rev.




will follow. ns





Sisters-in-law; Leotha and Patricia Whylly, Sheila McCartney,
Ethel Cartwright, Sarah Hall and Eunice Culmer; Two (2)
Aunts; Mable and Dorcus Collie; Three (3) Brothers-in-law;
Victor Cartwright, Andre Hall and Edwin Culmer; Two (2)







daughters; ‘Angie and Nyoka; Three (3) Adopted-sons; Renard,
Urie and Richard; Twenty-nine (29) Grandchildren; Thirty-
§ three (33) Niéces, Fourteen (14) Nephews and a host of other

‘relatives and friends including; Deacon Jimmy and Alice Hodges
of Miami, Florida, Dorcus Williams and family, Ralph Collie,
Barbara Roberts, Apostle Mitchel E. and Lady Jones and family,
-§{ The Annex Men’s Fellowship, Deacons, Deaconess, Officers

| and Members of the Annex Baptist Church, Dr. Robin Roberts,
Dr. Balli, Dr. Clarke, Dr. Smith, Dr. Shema, Dr. Chea, Dr.











Accident and Emergency Dept., Male Medical I; Special Care
Takers, Barbara and Sharon, Pastor Veronica and Deacon George
Graham, the family of True Life Ministry, Mr. and Mrs. Gurth
| Gonzales and family, the Dowdeswell Street. Boys, Royal
Towers, Airport and Taxi Stands,, Meter Cab, Acklins and






to mention.




Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
and Crematorium, Emest and York Streets on Thursday from




: 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
until service time at the church.

of 1203 Bay Hill Breadfruit Street |
Pinewood Gardens and formerly :
of Hard Hill, Acklins will be held
on Saturday 15th, 2006 at 11:00 |
a.m. at Annex Baptist Church, |
Wulff Road. Officiating will be |
Apostle Mitchell Jones Assisted |

Willard Cunningham. Cremation



Left to cherish his memories are his Wife; Mary Whylly; |
Children; James, Paul, Robert Jr. and Michael Whylly; Six (6) ;
: Left to cherish her memories are her Husband; Robert Sands;
One (1) Daughter, Samantha Adderley, One (1) Son-in-law,
: Ricardo Adderley, One (1) Grand-daughter, Sarah Adderley,
Two (2) Sisters and their Spouses; Daphne and Floyd Moree,
: Peggy and Mitchel Knowles, One (1) Brother and his Spouse,
: Samuel and Shawn Moree, Father-in-law, Winer Sands, Three
: (3) Brothers-in-law, Clayton and Steven Sands and David
: Martin, Four (4) Sisters-in-law, Stephanie Sherman, Carlene .
and Monique Martin and Debbi Sands, Five (5) Nieces and
: their Spouses, Rochelle and Kevan Knowles Jr., Sherrie and
+ Roderick Wells, Sabrina and Robert Knowles, Stacey and Dr.
: Christopher Clarke, Natasha and Anthony Wells, Five (5)
: Nephews and a Spouse, Shawn and Nicole Knowles, Lorenzo
Cartwright, Zachary and Aaron Sands and Joshua Martin,
: Grand-nieces and Grand-nephews, Brett, Brooke, Britney,
j Shawn Jr., Kevan Il, Gavin, Christopher, Kai, Soleil, Dorian
: and Gabrielle and a host of other relatives, friends and loved
: ones including; Dr. Theodore Turnquest, David and Renee
: Lowe, Sadie Lowe, Bobby and Dolly Munro and others too
: numerous to mention.

Daughters-i -in-law; Ivana and Twyla Whylly; Two (2) Adopted- |

Matthews, the Nurses of Male Surgical I, Chest Pain Unit,.

Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera Communities and others too numerous :

: Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Thursday from
: 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until
: 11:00 a.m. and from 12noon until service time at the church.



Mrs. Deloris
Antoinette Sands, 50

of Stevenson Sub-Division will
be held on Saturday, April 15th,
2006 at 1:00 p.m. at Christian
Life Fellowship, Sea Breeze !
Lane. Officiating will be Dr. Jay
Simms Assisted By Bishop Lester
Cox. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier -
Road.







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BABY LOWELL BURROWS JR,
3 Months,

a resident of McKinney Drive, will be held at Arrow of Deliverance, Cox Way,
on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Christopher Burrows. |
| Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

He survived by his mother Tennielle Burrows; his father Minister Lowell :
Burrows; two grandmothers, Rev. Elease Burrows and Ms. Vera Pollard; two
grandfathers, Pastor Christopher Burrows and Mr. Walter Rand; two aunts, ;-
Indira Rolle and Elecia Outten; eight uncles, Mekio Mackey, Ryan Rand, :
- Lorenz, Leason and Edwin Burrows, Hartley Rolle, Julian Outten and Lavardo -
Rand; one great grandmother, Ms. Ruby Rolle; one great grandfather, Mr. }
Alexander Burrows; 21 granduncles; 25 grandaunts, numerous cousins, a host :.
of other relatives and friends including, the Shield of Faith Evangelistic Church }
family, the staff of the NJCU ward at PMH, the Internal Audit Department at :
BTC, the Arrow of Deliverance family, and the Faith Tabernacle Family. .

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 }
a.m. until service time. ~ nee
IRIS OLIVIA
-ROLLE-ARNETT, 69

Soldier Road.





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Lae) YN es) 1s AY (el oe) ae

a resident of Bamboo Town and formerly }
of Long Bay Cay, Andros, will be held at :
Kemp Road. Ministries, Kemp Road, on
Saturday April 15th, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. :
Officiating will be Bishop Delton D. :
Fernander, assisted by other ministers. :
Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, :



| After 69 years of earthly sojourn Iris memory :
forever remain in the hearts of those who :
knew her, son, Terrance Newman; daughter, :
Carol Veronique Arnett; granddaughter, Frenique Brykle Pinder; brother,
Eutychus Rolle; sister, Early Rolle-Winters; daughter-in-law, Jeanette Newman; }
sisters-in-law, Esther Thompson, Miriam and Cecil Arnett, Maria Rolle (High °
Rock); adopted daughter, Marion Storr, also represented today are some of }
the numerous nephews and nieces including; Myrtle Thompson, Mason and }
Myriam Rolle, Norma Johnson, Leonard, Donald, Mebra, Vernita, Melonie, . :
Montrae, Sam, Pasqual Jr., George (Jr.), Shirlean, Iris and Donnalee, Valderine, 3
Early and Gladstone Adderley, Arthur and Helen Rolle, Dwight, Marzel, :
‘Frances, Magnola Strapp, Sheila, Michelle Storr and Barry Rolle, Clarita }
Watkins, LeDressamae, Sanctuious, Margaret, Senoritha, Calvin and Ishmael :
Rolle, Cornelius and Cynthia Cooper, Margaretta and Joseph Mackey, Phillip,
Stafford and Herbert Cooper, Agnes, Naomi and Dr. Albert Rolle, Pastor Adline i
Jones, Thirstine Ferguson, Ishmael and Gerald "Bulla" and Zenith Rolle; also
represented today are some of the numerous grand nephews and grand nieces ;
including, Carletha Ornette Taylor, Theola Hepburn, Philippa Hepburn, Carla :
Taylor (adopted children); Brendan, LaVarde and Jamaal Rolle, Christa, Bruce,
Della, Michael, Dwight and Judith Thompson, Jackie Smith, Carolyn, Cassandra, :
Frances, Olrick, Andy and Anthony Mackey, Sophia Cooper, a host of other }
cousins, other relatives and friends too numerous to mention but they include, :
Bishop William Johnson, Carl and Una’Kemp, Lady Margarite Pindling and }
family, officers and members of the Kemp Johnson Rolle family Association, :

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: Bishop Victor and Jackie Johnson and family, Priscilla Williams and family,

The New Destiny family, Council, officers and members of the company of
Girls Brigades, Rev. Beryl Culmer, Esther Winder-Storr and family, Verna ©

Jennings and family, Inez Peet and family, Fineta Evans, Cecelia Harris and |.

family, Mary Kemp and family, Mayna Hepburn and family, Mae Bethel and
family, Barbra Brooks and family, Althea Butler and family, Clementina Gilbert
and family, Eltha Rolle and family, Cynthia Stuart and family, Anthony Rolle
and family, The St. John's Baptist Church family, Cleora Pratt and family,

Catherine Smith and family, Ms. Brennen and family, Jerry and Esther Rolle,

Ms. Dorsette and family, Elijah Crawford and family (Burke, Virginia), Fredrika
Butler and family, The entire family of South Andros, Tiger Finlayson and
family. :

Friends: may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,

from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the chruch from 9:00
a.m.-11:00 a.m. and at the church from 12:00 p.m. until: service time.

JENNIFER ALMAMAE
CULMER CURTIS,
: 39

7 aresident.of Malcolm Allotment, will be
| held at Evangelistic Temple, Collins Ave.
/ on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Pastor Gary Curry, assisted by Pastor-
p= Vaughn Cash. Interment follows in

7, Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

7 Precious memory linger in the hearts of her
4 husband, Isaac Shavardo Curtis; 3 brothers,

Robert, Gregory and Wenzle Culmer; 5
sisters, Evelyn Austin, Delores Symonette, Merrel Cooper, Lorraine Hall and
Vernita Moxey; 2 aunts, Lilian and Emily Gibson; 18 nieces, Deborah Ramsey,
Dornell, Della and Delnica Symonette, Monique, Vernica, Vernell and Vernice
Cooper, Rudell, Raynell and Lorrell Hall, Nicara, Norell; Crystal, Shantise
and Shantell Culmer, Felanique and Dornique Capron; nephews, Charles,
Edward, Kevin and Dominic Symonette, Neugyen, Robert Jr., Wenzel Jr., and
Denzel Culmer, Vernal Jr. and Michael Jr. Cooper and Edward Austin II;
mother-in-law, Annismae Curtis; father-in-law, Oral Curtis; sisters-in-law,
Merland, Lelia, Ozie Culmer, Gail Francis, Margo, Fheresa and Marzell Curtis;
brothers-in-law, Kevin Symonette, Samuel Moxey, Michael Cooper, Rudy
Hall, Tony and Angell Curtis; other family and friends including, Edith Rolle,



‘Velma Fernander, Olive Clarke and family, Esther Davis and family, Tina

Sweeting and family, the Bethel family, Doraline Johnson and family, Geneva »
Smith and family, Mary Armbrister and family, the Ft. Fincastle, Mason's
Addition and Malcolm Allotment Communities, Temple Christian School

‘family, Evangelistic Temple family, The Mission Baptist Church family, _

Evangelistic Temple Ministries family, The Greater Bethel Cathedral family,
Believer's Gospel Chapel family, East Street Gospel Chapel family, Larry
Nairn and family, Sands family, the Curtis family, the Richards family, the
Morley family, Great Deliverance Ministries family, the Community of Green |
Castle, Eleuthera, Peter, Dave, Tiny, Vereane, Miss Ellie, Branell, Latisha, |
Vernique, Jerry, Janet, Juliano, Crystal, Doctors, Nurses and Staff of Female
Medical Ward IJ at the Princess Margaret Hospital and many other friends and |
relatives too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral. Home, Market Street, |
from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 {
a.m. until service time.






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- CHRISTINE LOLITA
__ KNOWLES, 44



























Dwayne Bonaby, Delroy Pennington, Kimlee, Sheneka, Herbert Jr.,





















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a resident of Gibbs Corner, will be held : |
| at First Baptist Church, Market Street, :
+ on Saturday April 15th, 2006 at 3:00 :
| p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Joseph :
Knowles, assisted by other ministers of :
| the gospel. Interment follows in:
Woodlawn Gardens Solider Road. }
/ Left to cherish her memory are her }
father; Willie Knowles; 4 daughters, :
LaKeisha Knowles-Lewis, Shamika }
Knowles, Odena Brennen and Domanell Knowles; 1 son, Gerod i
Knowles; 4 grand children, Larriska Gardiner, Frank Knowles, Michaela
Bodie and Anthonique-Curry; 10 brothers, Oral Rolle, Custon, Paul, :
Phillip, Milfred, Wildron Knowles, Albourn, Willie Knowles Jr., Hercules :
and Loutéry Knowles; 9 sisters, Ivie Knowles, Susan Knowles Rolle,
Marlyn Knowles Davis, Margarette Knowles, Loretta Knowles, Fredricka :
Knowles, Judymae Knowles, Evenlyn Knowles-Brennen, Brendalee :
Knowles, Santa Knowles; 8 aunts, Marjorie Boneby, Icelyn Lewis, |
- Maria Antonio, Lofine Cartwright, Arline Smith, Altemise, Cynthia, :
Vernitta Adderley and Emily Knowles-Smith of Seymours, Long Island; :
- 5 uncles, Arlington and Robert Cartwright, Alphonzo Adderley, Jeffort :
Adderley and Adwin Knowles of Simms, Long Island; 5 grand aunts, :
Millis Stubbs, Susan Thompson, Meril Ash, Effie Thompson and Sylvia :
Armbrister; 3 grand uncles, Beren Smith, Livington Ash and Turner :
Stubbs; numerous nieces and nephews including, Oral Jr., Raymond ;
Rolle, Shantaya, Daphne, Oventa and Lacoya; | sister-in-law, Alecia
Rolle; 1 aunt-in-law, Judy Cartwright; 2 uncles-in-law, Herbert Antonio }
and Basil Lewis; other relatives and friends including, Ryan, Donnie; :



Michael Antonio, Basley; Sakora, Evonie Lewis, Kenton McKenzie,
Valencia, ‘Sharlene, Latishka, Kendisha, Jestina Johnson, Vernetta, ;
Glorian, Pearnet, Cynthia, Joyce, Joseph and Timothy Arlington,
_ Christine, Nadine, Floyd, Verdell, Romeo, Randy, Jason, Naldo and ;
-Robert Cartwright, Tyrone, Ansel, Fremond and Rubin Smith, David, :
Reginald, Burkley and Aikin Thompson, Reatha, John and David |
- Stubbs, Deborah King; Ellamae Bain, Rosenell Cooper, Marion Brnnen,
~ Roseta Minns, Michael Bodie, Donna Goodrich, Anthony and Kayla ;
Miller, the Cartwright family, the Adderley family of Smith Hill, Andros, :
the Knowles family of Simms, Long Island and Stevenson, Exuma, the :
Bodie.family, the Sunlight Cottage and Gibbs Corner families, the Staff
of The Ministry of Argriculture and Fisheries, the staff of Raddison |
Cable Beach especially the Security Department, the staff of The |
Princess Margaret Hospital, the staff of Early Risers Development
_ Centre, the staff of Gray's Music Center, The Church of God of Prophecy
family, Rev. Joseph Knowles and the Mt. Theos Baptist Church family. :

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday from 9:00 :
a.m. -1:00 p.m. and at the church from 2:00 p.m. until service time. :

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DEACON HEXON
SYLVANUS ROLLE, 67

a resident of Malcolm Road and formerly
of Old Bight, Cat Island, will be held
at St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, -
Meeting Street, on Saturday April 15th,
2006 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be
Rev'd. Dr. Michael C. Symonette and
Rev'd Dr. Hervis L. Bain, Jr., assisted
by other ministers. Interment follows in -
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and
Spikenard Roads.



Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Louise King Rolle; 5
sons, Elroy, Cpl. 2166 Deon Rolle, Quentin, Wayne and Warren Rolle;
4 daughters, Shanessa Kemp, Sharana, Shakera Rolle and Joan Stevens;
mother-in-law, Miriam King of West Palm Beach, Fl.; daughter-in-law,
Judie Rolle of Andros; 1 sister, Miriam Stubbs; 1 brother, Eleazor Rolle;
12 grandchildren, Deon Jr., Quentin Jr., Ryan, Travon, Tadzia, Desheika,
Jerrinique, Alisia, Deleivia and Tanecia; 5 sisters-in-law, Edris King
Edwards, Lillian Newbold, Margaret Dawkins, Ada Rolle and Ivy King;
5 brothers-in-law, Charles King, James King of Vero Beach, FI., Deran
King of Rochester N.Y., Carl Newbold and Rufus Dawkins; 2 sons-in-
law, Thomas Stevens and Kuzaliwa Kemp; nieces and nephews,
Elizabeth, Janet, Margarette, Shan, Sharon, Maydone, Althea, Sheena,
Darrell, Melequar, Vanessa, Christine, Shania, Denva, Monique, Faycetta,
Clarice, Charles, Patrick, Carlton, Jamaine, Dorrington, Jacob, James
Jr., Craig, Elvardo, Werity and Bridgette; grand nephews and nieces,
Christopher, Eleazor III, Gabrielle and Daniel Weir, Deneisha and Eliza
Rolle; other relatives and friends, Members of St. John's Native Baptist
Cathedral, Delores Fernander and family, Rev. Delton Fernander and
family, Rev. Garnett Rolle and family, Rev. Dr. Hervis Bain and family,
Rev. Dr. O. A. Pratt and family, Rev. Dr. Michael Symonette and family,
Marilyn Rolle and family, Isabell Burrows, Melia Wilson, Doc Dawkins,

Dwight Challow and family, Vernita Thompson and family, Ernestine
Miller and family, Firman Hetty (Doran) Goodman and family, Fr.
Sweeting and family, Ekron Pratt and family, Deacon Cooper, Frederick
Butler, Toyce King and family, Andy Lawrence and family, Sheila
Dames, Esther Dillon and family, Monique Brooks, Glendina Johnson,

Ethelyn Pickstock, M.P. Tennyson Wells and family, Brave Davis,

Carmen, Lee Ferguson, Cleo Woods, Eldora Bonamy, Edith, Barbara,

Naomi, Ruth, Norman Dean and family, Franky Zhavargo, Ezra Dean
and family, the Staff of British Hilton Hotel, the staff of Male Surgical
I, PMH, staff of the Department of the Auditor General, students and
staff of C.V. Bethel High School, staff of Bahamas Electricity
Corporation, the family of] Malcolm Road and relatives and friends too
numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the
church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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PROPHET ANTHONY
ANTHONIE MILLER, 22. .









Old Trail Road:





Miller Stuart; father, Eric King; step-father,




Pratt, Brenda and Rochelle King; 3 brothers,




Waters; uncles, Mr. Steven Simms, Mosel Jones, Alphonzo Strachan; granduncles,
Harold Miller, George Miller, Phillip Moxey and Mr. Albury; nieces, Clelsia Newman,





Simms, Lara Simms, Toreco Simms, Osher Simms, Tamika Bastian, Tanya Miller,
Mrs. Roselyn Knowles, Roston Lewis, Rodenia Lewis, Monica Jones, Marcus Strachan,


















service time.





MR. MELVIN "TBAB",
"JUNIOR" STUBBS, 60






Dr. Everette Brown, assisted by Dr. Kendal Stubs,






Roads.




daughters, Patricia, Johnniemae, Joyce, Lauretta,
Delvise, Melvinique and Diane; nine sons,
Anthony, Shanandor, Rudolph, Kino, Kevin,








Sister's in-law, Madlyn Gardiner, Jocelyn Mcphee, Gloria McGregor, Virginia Rolle,






FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

a resident of Laird Street West and Hospital |
Lane, will be held at Mount Moriah Baptist :
Church, Farrington Road, on Saturday April :-
15th, 2006 at 11:00 a,m. Officiating will be Rev. }
Dr. Wilton Strachan, assisted by Pastor Sharon :
Nairn. Interment follows in Old Trail Comclery) i

Vanison Stuart; 4 sisters, Latira Penn, Merlene

Robert Miller, Dwayne and Eric King Jr.; step }
brother, Marcus Newbold; 4 aunts, Mrs. Theresa Knowles, Elizabeth Simms, Brenda : -
Jones, Carolyn Strachan; grand aunts, Mrs. Iren Gray, Mrs. Victoria Fox, Mrs. Rosella :
Bostwick, Mrs. Mary Moxey, Mrs. Juliette Miller, Gwendolyn Albury and Mrs. Una }

Moesha Pratt; nephew, Travis, Ashton and Nicolas Newman, Charles Jr. and Rahad
Newman; cousins, Mrs. Verzette Williams, Edgar Knowles, Fayren Knowles, Orieel i

Felita Stachan, Crystal Strachan, Mardinia Strachan, Mrs. Juliette Taylor, Mrs. Carla :
Armbrister, Mrs. Marina Strachan, Valentino McKinney, Mrs. Nicola Bethel, Romeo :
Delancey, Mrs. Williamae Smith, Wellington Gray, Stephanie Gray, Tarell and Techi :
Gray, Mrs. Carlotta Klass, Dewitt Johnson, Henry Johnson, Angela Bain, Annaley :
Coakley, Unay Burrows, Mavis Rahming, Zachary Miller, Wayne Miller, Sharlene :
Paul, Sharmaine Miller, Remone Miller, Elgin Miller, Marsha Miller, Valvay Miller :
and family, Edward, Allan, Patricia, John Junior Sands, Pearline Humes, Opal Bastian :
and family, Javis and Ghan Humes, Mrs. Sheila Brown and family, Anthony, Eric and *
Ricardo Thompson and Ms. Mary Thompson, a host of other relatives and friends :
including, Charles Newman Sr. and family, Anastacia, Bunny, Julian, Audrey Fowler i
and family, the Rahming family, the staff of Corey Newbold Ward, the Pastor and :
members of the United Fellowship Church and Mount Moriah Baptist Church family.



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until :

a resident of Sugar Apple Street and formerly :
of Cat Island, will be held at New Bethlehem :
Baptist Church, Independence Highway, on :
Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. }

Rey. Tyrone Laing, Minister Cecil Higgs and
Elder Helen Nesbitt. Interment follows in }
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard :

He is survived by his wife, Ruth; children, Seven

Sean, Marvin, Dexter and Terrance’ grand's, seventeen; great grand's, two brothers }
and their spouses, Freddy and Pam, Abraham and Precina and Jerry and Alexander }
Stubbs; sisters and their spouses, Jennymae and Cornelius Ambrose and Francine and }
Roosevelt Cleare; uncles and their spouses, Elder Leon and Blanche Stubbs, Minister :
J.J. Stubbs; aunts, Lenora and Maryanna Stubbs, Rosabelle King Ms. Dorothy Burns; }

Patsy, Angie and Cheryl Hepburm; brother's in-law, Godfrey Mcphee and Leo Gardiner;




uncle's in-law, Javin Belle, and Prince Mcintosh, special friends, Janet and Mary
Ferguson and Ms. Annamae; nieces and.nephews, numerous, all of whom he loved
dearly; cousins, too many to name without offending anyone, other relatives and
friends, Cennie, Mike and Phil Stubbs, Trevor, Barbara and Tanya Cleare, Ms Walkine,
Mr. Williams, Mr. Rudy, Ms. Shantel, the Munnings sisters, Mrs. Cheryl Seymour,
Mr. Samuel Heastie and the Sting family, the staff of Lyford Cay, the staff of Western
Transportation, the Sugar Apple Street Community and the M.P. Mrs. Allyson Maynard-
Gibson, of the Pinewood Gardens Constituency, New Bethlehem Baptist Church
family, and The Remnant Tabernacle of Praise family. :

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at. the church from 9:00 a.m. until

i service time.
Left to chisnsh his memory are his mother, Sheila :

ANTOINE "TONY"
FREDERICK SMITH, 29

a resident of Baillou Hill Ro.ad, will be held at |
St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road,
on Saturday April 15th, 2006 at 10.00 a.m.
Officiating will be The Rt. Rev. Gilbert
Thompson, “assisted by Fr. Rodney Burrows and
Fr. Mervyn Johnson. Interment follows in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. :

Left to mourn his passing but cherish his memory
are his mother, Altamease Dewar' his father,
Kirkland Smith; his son, Antoine "AJ" Smith;
his brothers, Dwight and Jaamal' Smith, Jason
and Anthony Rolle, Nikita Austin, Arthur Evans
and Allan Bain; his sisters, Cassandra Dewar,
Shamara and Sherelenia Smith, his special friend, Paulette Murrey; nieces, D'arshea
and Asia; nephews, Dwight "DJ, Donte and D'Quan Smith; godparents, Howard Miller
and Patricia Duncombe-Roberts; his aunts, Catherine Sweeting, Bessimae Storr,
Lorraine Evans Paulette Major, Charmaine Evans and Wendy Lewis, Gwendolyn Hall,
Elizabeth Smith-Gibson, Beverly, Miranda, Angela, Annie Smith, Rosalie Martin,
Dorothy Bullard and Cleo Newbold; his uncles, Eric Sweeting, Jethro Storr and John
Evans, Kevin Major, Valentine Heastie, Craven Lewis, Samuel, James and Thomas
Smith, Chrispin Newbold and George Gibson; counsins, Petty Officer RBDF Chann
Hall, Eldridge and Chrispin Newbold Jr., Andre Gibson, Sean, Samuel Jr., Patrick,
435 Dect. Const. Durie, Devano, Dario, Marlie, Dwayne and Thomas Smith Jr. Valdero
Heastie; Alex Lewis, John Evans Jr., and Kevin Major Jr. Christa, Chrishanda, Samantha
and Lisa Newbold, Sonja Gibson, Cynthia Fowler, Suzette Rolle, Carrol Brice, Patrice,
Monique, Tymara, Leora, Jaime, Tinana, Crystal Candice and Thomasina Smith;
Tiffany Taylor, Deandra Bullard, Wendijah and Lauren Lewis, Sharrneeker and Johnkell
Evans; grand aunts, Madge Cargill, Lelia Bullard-Farrington, Miralda and Kathleen
Minnis, Marion Rolle and Gloria Evans; grand uncles, Alton Cargill, [van and Dudrie
Minnis, Bernard, Lockward and Yorick Evans, other relatives and friends, Tremmie
Thompson, Keino Nabbie, Faruk Pinder, Bianka Walke, Elray Deveaux, Sammy
Blyden, Charles Smith, Reeves Roberts, Rasta Swag it, The Cargills; Uncle Kaiser's
children, the Minnis, the Lundys and the Evans family, The Yellow Elder Community,

- The Yellow Elder Crew, Rev Ezekiel Munnings and God Temple. of Praise family,

The Grants Town Community, The Poitier family, Geneiva Cunningham and family,
Doris Strachan, Eleanor Newbold and family, Roy Orlander and family, Margaret
Dillet, Ann Harris and family, Vernie Davis and family, Kerry Bowe and family,
Francis Bowe, The Henfield family, Annie Butler and family, Telfar Bain and family,
Yvonne Roberts and family, Francis Johnson and family, Enid, Francis, Madge Bowleg,
Pedro Simms and family Joseph Adderley and family Mama Tavlor RalphWoodside |
and family, The McKenzie family, Mearline Bridgewater, Leonard Archer and sons,
Madlyn Kelley and son, Dominique Hall and Family, Lesley and Chrispin Seymour,
Taxi Stand - B.C.H., The St. Agnes Church Family, St. Cecilia's Church family, Five
Porches of Deliverance Centre, The Passport Office, Wemco Securities, Security and
General Insurance and others too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from

3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until
service time.





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C.V. Joints for ali cars
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Call: 323-4797

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: Motorola Pebble
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Nokia 5165 (T) - New- $60.00
We alse unteck Nokia 3595 (G/Q) - New - $80.00





KITCHEN APPLIANCE PACKAGE
4H Frigidaire Professional series brushed
stainless steel, New off the dock at cost












; plus. freight & duty phones, please Nokia 2260 (T) - New - $100.00
Side by side eget! 17.4Cu. ft | | calland fanuire. - Nokia 3560 (T/Q) - New - $150.00

























Side by side freezer $1,000.00 Slide-in] | guige. Motorola v.60i (T/F) - New - $150.00

Hs stove & glass cooktop $1,895.00 G=GSW phere Motorola v.60t (T/Q/F) - New - $160.00
-Above-Range microwave & vent T-TDMA phone Nokia 3220 (G/Q/V/C) - New - $220.00

: $485.00 C- Camera phone *Motorola L6 SLVR (G/Q/S/C) - New - $220.00

Dishwasher $645.00 V- Video Motorola v.600 (G/Q/S/C/F) - New - $240.00




10% off for complete package

S - Speaker phone a -
too big for my kitchen Motorola SILVER RAZR (G/Q/S/C/F) - New - $270.00

Q- Color screen

F -Filp phone Motorola BLACK RAZR(G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $300.00

Motorola PINK RAZR (G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $320.00
Telephone: 242.456.3967/242.324.4198 ‘Delivering , topnotch technologies at topnotch discounts!’ :
E-mail: rboliva@yahoo.com, http://www.augustrooster.com - Coming soon! Cali us, delivery is free! :

For activation, please add $50; (* - Shown)






Tel: 477-7908










1997 Honda Prelude,




































This car is in
Human Transporter
It’s the toy for the BTOWRCIBS EXCERLENT CONDITION
For Thousands less Auto, Sunroof, Leather, Full Power,
then the Segway. It has Headlights, Fully Loaded.
Brake lights, and signals. Enjoy this cool Beautiful dark Blue exterior, and
Human transporter for only Black Leather
$1,099.00 NEUE ony 31 OO wiles.
“ riced for quicksale.
Ph. 424-0035 $7,800.00.



Ph: 424-0035

TRIB #702B

1999 Plymouth Voyager

Ford F-150 6 cly, 4.6, Auto, cold A/C

$10,000, and priced for a quick sale.
Call: 392-6795 Only $4,800.00
or

544-0103 Ph: 424-0035




1995 Honda Accord,

sunroof, EX, clean int. 4cyl,
excellent condition, just in from U.S.
$5,000 ONO,

Call: 392-6795 or 544-0103

1998 Ford Taurus,
$4,000,
Call: 392-6795
or
544-0103

Apple iSight Web Cam
Brand New in the box, $100.00,
Apple iPod 4gb
Nano (Black). Comes with iTrip
Wireless Transmitter, Padded case
with Arm strap,
$200.00,




1999 GT
35 Anniversary, fully loaded, flow
masters 3" Ex pipes, Steda Breader,
$10,000,

Call: 328-3347
Call: 324-8444





RIB #672 :
DELL LAPTOP COMPUTER,

Windows 2000, Mocrosoft works, 30 gig hard drive, 256
Ram, powerpoint. word perfect 9, small size, sleek,
Excellent deal $499.00 No more - no less
External DVD Rom. Ph: 323-7662 Cell: 477-3642

PUPPIES FOR SALE
Rottweiler/
chow chow puppies
3 brown, 3 tan,
tail docked, had first
shots. 6 weeks old
$400.00
Serioue enquiries
only

Tel: 326-1296
Cell: 535-7741



2005 BMW 650
Dakar, Raleigh,
DREAM BIKE,

only one on the

ISLAND UPGRADES
Island, these deals
don’t come around

Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00 2 oftati:
$13,000,

Call: 328-0002

Tel: 424-4140 or
or 426-5339

islandupgrades @ gmail.com
www.islandupgrades.com

500 Shares of City Market
"Bahamas Supermarkets"
for sale ‘
@
$16 per Share,

Call: 341-5677

RIB #688 -
THE CRAZIEST COMPUTER SPECIAL
; _EVER!!
_ The turbo- smart machine, only $799.99
Call today- dont miss this deal while
supplies last
Tel: 323-4075/322-8415

RIB #617
PAYLESS WHEEL CHAIR SCOOTERS
FROM $799.00

TEL: 362-6040: .’

SELLING GAMES

(PS2), X BOX 360)

Used games from
$19.95- $49.95

% Nen games from
Bey =$39.95- $84.95

Call: for listing
Tel: 328-6160
Cell: 544-4273

RIB #682
2006 HONDA 650L

Red white/black, $8,400.00 OBO
House kept, very clean bike, 528 miles, runs excellent
Ask for Lewis or Peter, Serious inquiries only
Tel: 356-2154 Cell: 556-1215

Ris #681
PITTBULL PUPPIES AND DOGS

Had first and seond shot. One Female, 2 Males
10 weeks old
Tel: 3414-5992/327-7905/557-1701

100CC 4 CYCLE ENGINE, $1800
Manual 4 speed,
_ Inexpensive but reliable
Immediately West of Basra,
East Bay St

Tel: 326-7508

AMERICAN RED NOSE,
LOW RIDE PITTBULL
PUPPIES(females)
deworm and frist shots.
$400.00 each,
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 393-7739/395-8946

125CC JAILIN 4 CYCLE ENGINE, |
ees | 150CC JAILIN 4 CYCLE ENGINE,
$1900

$1600
Automatic, Inexpensive but reliable.
All models are fuel efficient Automatic, Inexpensive but reliable
Immediately West of Basra,
East Bay St

Immediately West of Basra,
East Bay St
Tel: 326-7508

Tel: 326-7508


















RIB #622

Tel: 1-786-423-1484 or 324-7753








RIB #518

1995 25FT CELEBRITY,
New float trailer $22,500.00. .
Excellent condition, Sleep 2 w/200 Mariner,

L
16’ Hewes Bonefisher (1998) (Flats/Skiff)
90 Yamaha; EZ Trailer, New Steering Head,
Steering Cable, Trolling Motor Mount, Cooler,
New Battery, Push Pole, Ready to Fish!

= $ 3
CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417

RIB #648- 200431” SONIC
Desc: Be Ready for G-String Season(top)
Shore power/powered by twin 454 Mercury-
Cruisers power seats/power steering/power engine
room hatch Excecutive Series/ All the toys and

comfort of your own home
Microware/Fridge/Bathroom, shower head Sleeps
four comfortably/Combines luxury and speed Must
see and ride to appreciate
Asking Price $70,000.00
(Hm) 362-2001 Cell: 557-1402










PS, VHF Radio



RIB #646
4992 DEFENDER 70FT x 20FT WIDE
FISHING BOAT
White/blue, twin GM 871,

20 HW generator
5000 gallons diesel, 1000 gallon gas, wate
maker, AC, 40,000 Ibs freezer,
sleep 14, with lots of room,
Ask for Kent at 357-1255











FOR SALE

Lady Yellow

or
shawn at 337-3014 or 357-1517

25' Pursuit Centre Console
Cuddy, :
w/twin 175 H.P. Evinrudes, T-top,
with rear shade, VHF, dive platform
wiladder, fast can capable boat,
$19,500 OBO,

Call: 327-4982
between Noon & 9 PM

HIGH- END
WIRELESS NOTEBOOKS FOR SALE

BRAND NEW
Dell, Toshiba or HP Mobile notebooks with free
carrying case including the following specs:- Wi-Fi,
15” to.15.4” LCD display, 512 megs of ram, DVD-
RW/CD-RW,DVD- Rom 60 gig HDD, 3-4 hour battery
life, WXP home, Microsoft office, Norton system
works 2006, Hoyle board games 2006,
Encarta Encyclopedia 2006, 12 months warrantly.
Please call Ken at 324-8880, 364-4173 or 424-7888
Freel!!!
256mb Pen Drive
With purchase

$1599.99
Financing Available



ONE BRAND
NEW
Still in the
boxes, Above
ground pool
24 ft x 48-54

Tel: 325-6084
cell: 357-8499

RIB #691- S, 20” CHROME RIMS
with tires, fits Chevy Trail Blazer, GMC Envoy, Isuzu
Rodeo, Honda Passport, Mitsubishi Montero trucks
also; etc. Get ready to shyne $2, 200.00 OBO
Steering rack for Isuzu Rodeo or passport
Tel: 325-3540 Cell: 422-4668/326-2201

































RIB #674
1997 Mercury 250HP EFI Outboards
(Pair),
low hours (385), run great,
includes controls and gauges,
30" or 25" shaft. $7900 for pair O.B.O
Call 422-2613







TRIB #518A
FOR SALE:
19 ft. very fast Reef/Pleasure Boat
2004 200 HP Yamaha
Depth Finder, GPS,CD Player, Trailer, New
Bimini Top, Out Riggers :

RIB #544
MOTOROLA SWIVEL, Biack $485.00
Pink Razr $399, Black Razr $325, Blue razr
$365, V500 $299, V188 $190, CT66 $235,
Phone from $90 & up, CD player's from
$135.00 & up, JVC Sony Pioneeer Xbox $245
PS2, $235.00, Speaker's 6x9 $99.00
Pebble $495.00 Tel: 242-436-8495



THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 19














CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417



RIB #626A



STOLEN 5;

From the Bight Long Island, March-1st 2006
17’ Formula Boat Fiberglass Hull ;
Color: Yellow with black Bimini Top j
Engine: 85HP at
Compressor: 4.0 Honda
License #: 288 porn

Tel: 242 337 0218












Utility Trailers.
Available in different sizes:
1200 Ib capacity is $1095,
2000 Ib capacity is $1900.
Harbourside Marine,
East Bay St. 393-0262.

NBA LIVE 2006
$89.99
Soul Calibier III
$89.99
Many more starting at

PS2 Controller $32.99
Memory card 34.99 |-

Tel: 393-1138

NBALIV



A Complete DJ set for Sale:
(4) 18" PV Low Rider Woofers in cabinets,

d (4) 15" Subwoofers PV Low Riders in |

Cabinets, (4) 2 ? drive horn in cabinets, A :

{complete DJ Tower with (3) QSE Amplifiers, :

(1) Cross over, (1) Double CD Player, (1) —
Mixer with Equalizer, (1) independent
equalizer, and all cables,

wires and jacks are included.

Phone: 242-323-8080/242-359-1033

HOT DOG MACHINE
Peanut Roaster
For sale or rent
Call for details

380-2575



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) FB 25' REGAL BOAT — Alb eve
1983 26FT CHRIS CRAFT
Loaded with new features: New Vol , FT,
ee Pinta Inboard Engine New, _ CABIN CRUISER
Fly Bridge, Blue/White, TRIB #698




















Tripple Axle Trailer






















New Seats, Sleeps 4, VHF RIB #463 90' Fishing/Processing Vessel
Music System 25FT MONZA $5 ae. ae , oFor Sale. 3
_’ MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER! $17,500.00 ONO UY. Bids to be submitted to
242 337 0218 Excellent nen cee Leave message 325-7777
Monique or Paulie Tel: 341-6868 or 393-7475 Tel: 457-4627 or 325-5555 faxed to 3283799





RIB #689
For Sale
36ft Cruisader with
3000Ib Ice Box
Engine 871 Twin Turbo
2 Stations, Depth Finder,









RIB #647
1987 32” MIDNIGHT DECK
Des: Be Ready for G-String Season (top)
Fully loaded/custom sound system/Xm Satellite
Radio/GPS Chart plotter powered by twin 300
Yamaha HPDI/Speeds up to honest 65 MPH
A Mercedes Type ride.















RIB #506
_ 18” LARSON CENYTER CONSOLE
Bimini Top, GPS, VHF radio with float on trailer,










TRIB #699
90' Fishing/Processing Vessel for Sale














2004 Honda BF13 outboard, ~ : Collectors Items
Trap Puller ee neHE conaigne” Bids to be submitted to Must see and ride to appreciate, Asking price
Contact 242 337 6000 Seto cee a ie hm)362-2001 Cell: 557-1402
500.00 or . 2
$45,000 OBO Tel: 364-2736 faxed to 3282733 (hm) ©







Bradford G!

Yacht and Ship
Ph: 352-7711 © Ph2: 727-7711 © Fx: 352-7695 Q 's Hiahwe
__ http:www.yachtworld.com/bahamasyachtandship | ueen’s nignw

BAHAMAS YACHT & SHIP Grandszhama’

“Complete marine repairs for vessels from 20 to 220 feet.”

















i

28' Mako Cuddy EY Aa Ort O71 ae : ed BU Oc 2 He Chris-Cr

Year: 1987 1978 Hull with new Awl Grip Paint | Year: 1989 her

Current Price: US$ 30,000 Gasoline engines and generator | Current Price: US$ 30,000 Tax Paid

Located a reer Lucaya, Ideal for Diesel Conversion Located in Grand Bahama, Bahama
Asking $25,000 Hull Material: Fibe:




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Hull Material: Fiberglass
ine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas



THURSDAY, APRIL 13 2006, PAGE 21




















1994 NISSAN 180SX
SR20DET Motor w/manuel transmission,
sunroof; AC, great clutch, power everything,
tinted windows autometer/Greddy Gauges,
| Nardi racing steering wheel, Recaro racing seat,
4 point racing harness, Ultra speed meter, GP
sports fully
adjustable race coilover suspension, Cusco
Strut tower bar, HKS turbo timer, blitz intake,
HKS blow off value, Nismo grounding kit, Nismo
voltage stabilizer, 3” turbo back straight pipe
exhaust, Advan wheels, Carbon fiber GT rear




















TRIB #676
1999 CONVERTIBLE CRYSLER

SEBRING, RIB #685


























spoller Gadance audio component speakers, White ee soatoe interior 1998 RANGER
ismo S-tune package graphics, Huge custom ,000. Grey with grey interior, Good condition
front EEC ONG Apexi fuel controlle Fully power, CD player, Asking
Call Greg Lampkin 364-3312/ 357-3716/356-2555 Excellent condition $6,500.00
Tel: 327-4430 Tel: 341-5159 Cell: 636-5391




RIB #690


























4 RIB #687 2000 CHEVY IMPALA
RIB #683- 1994 MAZD. EDAN (CHEVY IMP
eee Con heal nat , FOR SALE Silver with tan interior, Original chevy rims, RIB #696
$1500 for one & 2,500 for both, ONO 2003 Monte Carlo SS. automatic windows & door, AC, AM/FM, radio, 2003 FORD ESCAPE




Like brand new 19,500 miles. Fully loaded,
power everything, leather seats, sun/moon roof,
fog lights, sound system with sub.$ 26,000.00
phone 424-1937 ($32,000.00 invested).

Black with tan interior $19,000.00 ONO
Keyless entry, clean title, Bank assistance,
CD player & Tnts Included, power. windows
Tel:( 328-8468 morning) 328-0651 (evenings)

ood condition.
8,500.00 ONO

Tel: 393-0547 Cell: 423-8183 .

(Needs engine repairs) Power everything, sunroof,
AC, leather seats, CD, factory rims,
V6, solid body, automatic
Tel: 324-5455 Cell: 426-5408








1991 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
Grey with grey interior, power windows,
AC, CD player, alarm,
power locks, mirrors
$2000.00



TRIB #68








6.
1995 MITSUBISHI GTO

Silver with black leather interior, |

$6,000.00

Standard shift, 4 wheel drive, 4 wheel

steering, 2 door, Turbo timer,

rev speed meter
racing steering wheel,
racing seat sound system

Cell: 544-8449

Tel: 525-1962 Cell: 323-2627

RIB #694
1997 HONDA CIVIC EX ©
Black with grey interior,
2 dr, Stick Shift, Vtech, Intake, headers,
Alarm, dvd, more.
$5,000.00 ONO
Tel: 424-1098



{TRIB #700













1996 NISSAN MAXIMA, SE
Green with tan leather interior
$6,000.00
4 door, 5 speed,

CD 800 watt amp 2-12” pioneer
indash dvd player,

2 screens 7” & 13”, alarm, sunroof










RIB #701 _—.

1997 TOYOTA TERCEL
Bungundy, clean in and out, AC, license,
running like a dream, great vehicle for








RIB #693 : women, — Tel: 323-3028 Cell: 456-6411
X BOX WITH (2)CONTROLS, very economical in gas
Games NBA live 2006 etc... $250.00 firm. (1) PSP play $3,500.00 :

station portable (3)games madden 2006 etc (1)Movie
house of flying daggers $350.00 firm
Call anytime. Tel: 364-1688/454-1481

Tel: 341-8109/544-5501/454-3859

RIB #640- EASTER BASKETS -
Spongebob, Barbie, Batman, Spiderman, Dora,
Carebear & more.Starting $25.00 & up, Custom made
Baskets starting $15 & up. Super special $10.00
baskets while supplies last.Order early dont be late.
Ph: 325-1764 Shauna
#50 Windsor Lane West/Windsor
Park underneath.tent.



BBF #769






BBF #824

Microwaves,Vacuum Cleaners
and DVD Players,PS2's and Game Cube.

ALL MUST GO!! No reasonable offer rejected

324-4651 or page me @ 380-6246



RIB #680
- BROKEN CONSOLES,
X BOX, PS/2 & PSP
Get them. fixed. Call me “J” 454-1507

Airbrush Set Gun,
compressor, extra needle point stencils,
serious inquiries only, $400,

Call: 393-6926








RIB #609
2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
Blue with grey interior, 2 door.
$14,000.00 ONO
Low miles, remote CD player,
power windows & seats, automatic.
Excellent condition
Tel: 327-2635 Cell: 434-6167







RIB #612 -
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black with cream/tan interior
$10,000.00
Just in, runs perfect with low mileage,
price negiotable
Tel: 394-6858 Cell: 535-4575

RIB #639
1998 TOYOTA AVALON, BLUE
Fully loaded with TV, CD player, Lady driven
Owner leaving Island, Must sell
In very good condition
$7, 200.00 ONO
Tel: 324-3341 Cell: 457-0235

RIB # 654 E
1995 FORD RANGER
‘ Black with grey interior.
, Tool box on bed, Standard shift, Extra cab. AC
set in truck $5,800.00 ONO
Tel: 392-1164 Cell: 434-2889

wy

RIB #645
1994 NISSAN SENTRA $1000.00
1988 WRANGLER JEEP
Tel: 361-3275

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RIB #625
1997 NISSAN MAXIMA

Gold with beige leather interior

$6,300.00 OBO

Clean, ice coid AC, Bose sound

system, sunroof, power seats,
53001 miles, Must see

Tel: 393-5977 Cell: 454-4997

RIB #632.

1998 CHEVY MONTE CARLO, LS
Gunmetal grey with black interior
Alarm, AC, Sound system, cloth interior,
mahogany wood trim dash/doors, extra clean, in

& out. Recently serviced, one driver,

Asking $5,500. 000BO

No reasonable offer refused,
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 426-1857 426-9241

RIB #652
1994 NISSAN MAXIMA
Tan with tan interior
$3,200.00
Power window, CD player, runs great
Call: 544-0713

RIB #669
“PRICED FOR QUICK SALE”
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA GXE

Black with tan interior, 98 K miles, AC,

CD, PW, PS, Good condition
$6,500.00 ONO
Tel: 502-5751 (W)
424-6300(C) 392-1796(H)

RIB #650
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with tan interior, 4 door, $7,00.00 CD, AC,
18” chrome, tints S/R.
1997 ACCORD, AC, CD, factory rims, tints, 4
door, s/s $6.500
1995 ACCORD, 2 door, s/s $4,800
1993 LESABRE, 4 door tints, AC, $4,000 ONO
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205










TRIB #631



1995 TOYOTA TERCEL
Silver with grey interior
$4,500.00 ONO
Goad condition, running well, AC, clean, just in
Tel: 341- 0621

RIB #638 :
JUST ARRIVED, 1998 TOYOTA CELICA
Sitting on brand new 17” rims & tyres, AM/FM
cassette stereo, brand new CD changer,

new battery, License & inspected until Nov 06.

Excellent condition. Must see to appreciate.
$9,500.00 or $8,500 w/regular rims & tyres
To veiw call 356-3922 or 357-4753



RIB #668
2001 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Champagne with tan leather interior
$23,000.00
Excellent condition, fully loaded, very clean,
22” chrome custom rims, low mileage
Tel: 324-2416 Cell: 552-3205

RIB #679
1996 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER “ Prado” TX
4x4 SUV, loaded, custom decals.
3200cc diesel. colour: Navy/silver, pioneer
CD/XM Satellite Radio interior rod rack, wood
. trim dash. Immaculate condition.
$19,900.00 Tel: 394-1x377





RIB #667

1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Rudy red w/ gold emblems & pinstripping,
daylights, plush cream leather interior, rich
mahogany & metalic accents, power everything,

steering wheel controls, 8-ways seats w/2 per
memory, Ice cold AC, 20 “ chrome. A presidential
ride on air suspension
$10,500.00 ONO
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave
message. (factory rims available by request)






































RIB #637 5 pe
1998 ACURA INTEGRA
White with dark grey interior
$5,500.0!
4 door sport vehicle, OBIS sunroof,
powered windows & AC
Tel: 324-3440 Cell: 426-4408

RIB #671
SPECIAL !!!
1999 MAZDA MILLENNIA (TAN)
Low mileage, bose sound system, tan luxury
leather interior with
-V-6 engine performance, AC,
Very os Must see!!!
$8,200.00

Call: 392-3027/392-2954 or 395-7936

TRIB #678 :
1996 MERCEDES E 200 '
Colour: Mettalic Blue, grey leather interior. Right
hand drive, fully loaded, Pioneer CD/XM
Satellite radio.
Immaculate condition! 3 month warrantly
$17,500.00 Tel: 394-1377

RIB #655
2001 CHEVROLET LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior, 4 door
7,800.00
Excellent condition, brand new
pioneer CD head with door speaker
Tel: 394-7540 Cell: 477-4399

RIB #675
. 1998 CHEROKEE JEEP .
White with beige interior
$10,000.00
AC, Fully power,
Excellent condition
Tel: 327-4430











RIB #529 =e

2001 INFINITY G -20T

: 2001 INFINITY G -20T

Silver, 4 door sedan, tally loaded with beige/ black
leather interior, sunroof, fog lights, rear spoiler,

cD player
$11,500.00 ONO will take $10,000.00 cash
Tel: 455-7842, Ask for Joe

RIB #532
2001 CHEVOLET CAVALIER

, White with grey interior
Just in from the US, Price to sell, asking $3500 OBO
Visit our website, www.webstreetcars.com
Stardard shift 4 cylinder, 55,000 low miles. 2 door,
Extra clean. Must see.
Call 422-0499 /327-5537 or 341-1575

TRIB #574
2000 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE

Red with tan interior
$8,000.00 ONO
4 door, 18’ chrome rims, low mileage
Finaneing for Government and Hotel workers.
el: 565-9750 Cell: 357-3964

1B #57
2001 KIA SEPHIA
Grey with grey interior standard shift,
CD, AC, Excellent condition
$6,000.00
Tel: 341-1194 Cell: 525-5233

1997 HONDA ACCORD
- Green with tan interior
$6,000.00 ONO .
Good condition, Clean, Low mileage.
This is it 081952
Tel: 565-9750 Cell 357-3964



RIB #545
2002 GMC SIERRA DELUXE

Red pick-up with tan interior,V8, AC, PS,
PB, Auto, radio w/CD, new rims,
very clean like new
$18,900.00
Tel: 322-8734 or 325-3110

RIB #546
2004 LANCER FOR SALE, BLACK
Fully loaded, low mileade
$13,000.00 OBO
Price for quick sale,
Owner leaving Island
Call 361-5234, Cell 395-3129
Ask for Antonio

RIB #618
‘1993 MAZDA 626, GREEN
4 door with leather seats, CD player,
AC, standard shift, V6 2.5
- $3,500.00
Tel: 324-5201 Cell: 434-3897

RIB #623
1997 HONDA CIVIC, VTI
Silver with grey/black interior, 3 doors, RHD,
low mileage, radio cassette, Excellent condition
$5,800.00 ONO
Tel: 341-1662 Cell: 434-5835

24-
1999 MERCURY MOUNTAINER

Bu , Fully loaded, AC, leather interior, airbags,
Rapa! front & rear control panel, roof rack

Running board, inside & outside, clean engine 100%
temperature indicator, tints, have shinny rims
king $10,500.00 Tel: 535-9737 or 323-3357



RIB #556-
White with grey interior, runs great & Excellent on

2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES

gas, low mileage, Automatic, AC, CD player,
4 cylinder,clean title, 4 door and
fully powered. This car must go

200.00
Tel: 393-3537 Cell: 426-8605

RIB #557 :
1998 FORD EXPLORER XLT

Dark blue with tan interior $9,900.00
One owner, Excellent condition, Fully loaded,
Leather interior, CD player.

TOSHIBA 50” TV $700.00
Tel: 326-6368 cell: 424-2555

2004 GMC ENVOY
White with grey/black interior, very clean
Bank financing & comprehensive Insurance
available.
Asking 28,000.00 or best offer
Tel: 557-3057

TRIB #629
2003 FORD EXPLORER XLT, GOLD

Fuliy loaded, 13,500 miles, leather interior,
great condition!
Serious inquiries only.
Price: $27,500.00
Contract (242) 394-4477 (Work) 328-6660





RIB #630
2002 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

White with grey interior
00

4 door automatic. Excellent condition
AC, CD player, alarm, drives very well Must see
Tel: 394-5059

Cell: 456-7889 or 364-2171

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 23





RIB #572
2002 FORD F-150
Green with grey interior $14,000.00
Fully loaded, AC, CD player, nerf bars, billet grille, sun
visor, low miles, only 44,000 miles, Price for quick sale
price can’t be beat, call around.
Bring vehicle in from the US for a low fee.
Tel: 552-8277 Cell: 356-3953 or 454-7352

RIB #573
1999 SUV, FORD EXPEDITION
Navy with grey leather interior, 4600CC
AC, tape deck, CD changer
FOR SALE “AS IS”

Make an offer

TRIB #633
" 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager;
Burgundy colour with grey trim; Power Steering,
3.3 litre engine; Radio / Cassette Player; oY
spacious. Good condition. $10,600 OBO.
Call 324-4018. Owner leaving Island."



TRIB #634
1995 HONDA ACCORD EX
Black with dark grey interior
$5,000.00
Sunroof, AC, CD player,
original Honda wheels.
Great condition, Serious inquiries only
Tel: 361-6727 cell: 426-9944








RIB #635
1998 TOYOTA COROLLA
Lilac with grey interior, 4 door
$6,000.00 ONO
One owner, only 38,000 miles,
reat condition

-1811 cell: 359-0074

Tel: 32









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BBF 800
2001 Dodge Neon,
Just as is,
$2,800,
Call: 544-2525

BBF #998.








1996 Honda Odyssey

with warranty, lic, Insp, service, etc..
Call: 325-0881-2

RIB #522
“1996 FORD EXPLORER SUV, XLT
Blue with grey leather interior
$5,500.00 OBO
CD player, AC,
Tel: 394-3100 Cell: 424-3377

RIB #523
2000 DAEWOO LANOS
Green with grey interior. Great condition
Price Neg
Call: 324-6384 or 456-5589

RIB #525
1996 Plymouth Voyager
(engine trouble), 3.0
$2,900

Telephone: 393-8314

available @ Sanpin Motors, $9,200, comes





RIB #504
2002 DODGE RAM, FOR SALE
Black with black interior, custom alloy rims, 4 door,
power doors & windows, AC, CD player, tinted -
windows, low mileage, Must see to believe
$16,500.00 Like new
Ask for Elvardo
Tel: 323-1234 cell: 380=0471 or 323-6168

RIB # 641
1997 FORD MUSTANG, RED
Standard shift, V6,
Serious inquiries only
Tel:425-2347 Cell: 477-4068.

RIB #535








2000 NISSAN SENTRA
Burgundy with tan interior
$11, 200.00
18” rims, Gold spinners, DVD, 2 screens, mini
playstation 2, 12 “ pioneer subs, CD player, Will
take serious negotiations
(2400 watt amp)

. Tel: 327-8109 ‘
Cell: 525-1251 or 327-1151

RIB #536
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Midnight blue with tan interior
$19,500.00 ONO
CD player 6 disc, power windows,
alarm system, sunroof, Excellent condition.

Serious enquiries only

Tel: 364-5217 (after 6:00pm)
558-1988 (anythime).

RIB #540
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, GOLD
With clean beige/tan interior, clean nice ride,
A must see, cold AC, factory alarm and
CD player
$17,000.00 OBO call me. lets make a deal
if there is no answer please leave message on
Answering machine

- Tel:-544-8457- |







RIB #517
Year: 1999, Type: Ford Ranger
Color:Amazon Green
Asking Pricez: $17,500 ONO
Condition: exceptionally customized
(Must see to appreciate)

If You like loud this is the truck for you.

(Comes with Air Suspension)
Mileage:.25,842
Tel:424-3147 (any time)



RIB #491
1998 JEEP WRANGLE
a en tan interior
15,00

0.00
5 speed, 4x4, 4 cylinder, soft top, CD player, AC, Soon

on gas, Beautiful Jeep, sweet ride,
A must see. Tel: 364-7611

RIB #547

1967 ANTIQUE RILEY ELF
Stretch model.

Light green with grey interior,

4 door, 6 seater, CD, radio, standard

shift, right hand drive, wood dash

Tel: 327-7771/2

RIB #548
1983 MERDECES 240 SEDAN

Diesel, bronze with bronze interior, 4 door

$10,500.00
Auto, AC, CD, radio, like new!

Tel: 327-7771/2

RIB #551
2002 PASSPORT HONDA
Silver with black interior,
Very cean, inside & out an enjoyable ride
low mileage. Serious inquiries only
$15,000.00

Teh Sate ie Colk bat dso",





IBBF#792

1995 Chevy Lumina,
pwr windows, tints, good condition,
AIC, $3, 995,
Call: 356-6459












BBF #999
2003 Ford F-150,
Adr & 2dr, models available, @ Sanpin
Motors, priced from $20,900 & up, comes with
warranty, lic, Insp, service, etc..
trades are welcomed,
Call: 325-0881-2














TRIB #559
Make: Ford, Model: Ecosport
Year: 2005
Colour (Ext): Blue
Description: Fully loaded; stick shift; tinted
(brand new) Price: $15,000
Contacts: 3641346 (hm),
4263286 (mbl)




B #560
2001 MERCEDES BENZ
CLK 55AMG, Silver with grey leather interior,
Excellent condition
$55,000.00 ONO
Tel: 359-2628 or 326-7508 (wk)

RIB #569

2001 CHEVY IMPALA
$9,800.00 ONO
Pioneer sound system, tints, automatic door, windows,
20” rims, spoiler, alarm,
Excellent condition
_ Tel: 392-1930 or 392-0943 Cell: 426-0644 _



TRIBUNE :





I|BBF #886
: 1995-96 Nissan
Primera's loaded, $5,500, comes with license,
insp. Warranty, plus services available @
Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2

BBF #887
1997 Blue Town Ace Noah,
7 seater, 76,000 KM, diesel,
‘Call IBC Auto
@
393-6081

BBF #888
1990 Nissan Tow Truck,
diesel, perfect condition,
Call IBC Auto
@
393-6081

2002-2604 Dodge 1500 pick up,
(new body styie) available @ Sanpin Motors
priced from
$18,500 & up
warranty, trades are welcomed, license & Insp,
serviced etc.. Call: 325-0881-2

BBF #997
2002 Chevy 1500's,
6 cyl & cyl, A/T, A/C, 8' bed, available @
‘Sanpin Motors, priced from $18, 500 & Up
comes with license & Insp, warranty, service,
etc.... Call: 325-0881-2



BBF #891
2004 Ford F-150 XLT,
4-dr, available @ Sanpjn Motors, 2 trades are
welcome, price includes, license, Insp, service,
warranty etc..
Call: 325-0884 -2

BBF #892
2003 Chrysler
Town & Country LX, leather, loaded, remote
door, rear hatch,
$26,500,
trades are welcome available @
Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2

BBF #893
2005 Kia Sorento,
leather, loaded & diesel, only 6K miles, still
under factory warranty, $31, 500, trades are
welcome, available @ Sanpin Motors,
Call:325-0881-2

RIB #670
- SPEACIAL !!!
1997 TOYOTA CAMRY (JAPAN)
white, low mileage, Just like new, AC, runs like
a dream!! This is a one time buy,
Not a problem car!!! $6,500.00
Tel: 392-3027/392-2954 Cell: 395-7936

BBF $898
1997 Nissan Maxima,

CD, fully loaded,
$5,500 OBO,
Call: 565-1256



BBF #896
1998 Grand Marquis LS 4.6,
gold, pwr, leather, 2 airbags, strong A/C, expat
bank executive Comp. car, only 29K miles,
serviced by Ford Nassau, excellent condition, in
& out, $9, 900 ONO,
Call Chris
@
424-3022 or 394-9506

BBF #897
1996 Honda Accord,
AC, 17" rims, keyless entry ‘alarm,
Ithr interior,
mahogany wood grain on dash,
$5,500,
Call: 328-0002 or 426-9862

BBF #900
, 2006 Kia Optima,
loaded $17,995, you get the balance of factory
warranty, Lic & Insp. Serviced Etc.... only

3000 KM, trades are welcomed, @ Sanpin
Motors, Call: 325-0881-2

RIB #495
1999 CHEVY YUKON GMC
White with tan leather interior, 4 door, 18”
chrome rims, tinted windows, tape deck, power
doors, windows, AC, running perfect, in good
condition. Must see
Was $10,500.00 Now $9,000.00
Tel: 323-1234/ 323-6168
Ask for Elvardo





RIB #487
1988 HONDA ACCORD
Black with tan interior, Alloy rims,
runs good, Sold as is
$1500.00 OBO
Tel: 356-2946 Gary) ane 8573






THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 25.



1995-1996 Honda Accord,
loaded, available @ Sanpin Motors, Lic & Insp.
Serviced Etc...., 2 priced from $7,500 & UP @
Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881-2

BBF #994
2005 Kia Rio,
loaded & clean; balance of factory, warranty
applies, $13,500 only 5000.Km, available @
Sanpin Motors, call: 325-0881 -2

BBF #995
2001-2003 Dodge Caravans
& Ford Windstar's, available
@ Sanpin Motors,
call: 325-0881-2

RIB #500
1998 HONDA ACCORD

Black with grey interior $9,000.00, 18” chrome rims
2007 ALTIMA With 18” chrome rims,

1999 HONDA ACCORD leather interior, $6,000.00
1992 HONDA ACCORD $3,000.00

1996 NISSAN MAXIMA, Leather interior, $5,500.00

1997 NISSAN MAXIMA, factory rims, $6,000.00
Nice and clean, Tel: 424-5958

TIRES SPECIAL,
175/70.13 for $49.99,
4155/80/13 for $49.99,

205/40/17 for $99,
215/40/17 for $129,
215/45/17 for $139,
235/45/17 for $149,
215/35/18 for $149,

225/40/18 for 149,
245/35/20 for $299,

255/35/20 for 269.00,

Call: 356-2109
or
325-5016



PAGE 26, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006

2000 Dodge Dakota,
4-dr, SLT, loaded, comes with warranty, Lic. &
Insp. + Serviced etc.... trades are welcomed @
Sanpin Motors, priced from
$18,800,
Call: 325-0881-2



BBF #867 .
1994-1996 Toyota Avalon,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,900,
We can special order any request,

Call: 323-1932

| 2004 Ford Ranger + Cab,
| very clean, $21,000, available @ Sanpin
|

only 15K miles,

e)
BBF #865
1994-1996 Nissan Primera,
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
| warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $4,995,
We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932

BBF #886

1995 Honda Accord,
leather int. sunroof, CD, mint condition,
$4,500 ONO,
1996 Ford Taurus $3,500,
__ _ Call: 424-4255 or 324-8638








Motors, trades are welcomed, |

Call: 325-0881-2 |

BBF #871
1993 Hilux Surf,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $7,500-
$7,900, We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932

BBF #872
1995 Mitsubishi Pajero,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $7,000
and up, We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932

BBF #873 :
Diesel Liteace truck, .
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,750
We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932

BBF #874
Diesel Townace,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,750 Wei
can special order any request,

Call: 323-1932

1993 Mazda Lantis,
A/C, clean in and out, automatic, 4-dr,
$5,500 ONO,
1997 Nissan Maxima, CD, fully loaded,
$5,500 OBO,
agate cee AED OSI 2R6o .. oe Sl eFucad

‘IBBF #889

BBF #877 .
1995-97 Nissan Atlas + Toyota Dyna,
1.5 ton to 2 ton, 10' bed, dump + flat bed,
$9,000, license, insp. Warranty, plus services
available @ Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2




BBF #878
Honda Saber's + Inspire's
loaded and priced right @ starting from $7,500,
comes with license, insp. Warranty, plus
services available @ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881 -2

















4993 Toyota Toyoace,
flat bed/crane diesel,
Call IBC Auto @
393-6081




BBF #879"
1996 Chevy Lumina,
A/C, pwr, A/C, CD, blue, Brand
new paint job, clean title,
ready for some 20's,
$5,000 ONO,
Call: 324-8444

BBF #992
1996-2001 Nissan Sunny & Sentra's
prices starting from
$5,000 & UP,
available @ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881 -2



BBF #882
2004 Chrysler Sebring,
like new, very clean, bring your trade in to °
Sanpin Motors, $19,995, comes with warranty,
Lic, Insp. Services etc:... Call: 8325-0881-2

BBF #883
2004 Nissan Sentra B-15,
priced @ $14,500 & Up, loaded and clean, |
comes with license, insp. Warranty, plus
services available @ Sanpin Motors,
s Call: 325-0881 -2

2005 Hyundai Tuscan,
only 4,500 miles, priced right @ $18,500, trades
are welcome, available @
Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881-2

BBF #884
1995 Nissan Sicyline,
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., @ $7,500, We can
_ special order any request,

Cali: 323-1932

1999 Ford Taurus,
loaded, price reduced, to $8,900, warranty, Lic
& Insp. Serviced Etc...., trades are welcomed,
@ Sanpin Motors,
Call:-325-0884 -2












BBF #851
1998 Nissan Altima,
17" chrome rims, pwr windows, A/C, CD,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 456-5099 .
or
328-4445

1998 Nissan Altima,
white, A/C, CD & cassette, fully pwr,
alarm, good condition,
$4,500,

Call: 636-2019

BBF #848 rs
1996 Honda Civic,
twin cam ZC Engine, 18" chrome,
Red & grey custom interior,
drop low, sunroof, 5-spd,

$4,300 or trade,
needs body work

Call: 544-0859 or 392-0980

BBF #849

: 1998 Ford Windstar,
Just arrived, never been in an accident, clean title,
fully loaded, Airbags, AC, AM/FM tape
seat 7, clean in & out, Asking $7,500.00
Tel: 323-3375 or 535-9737

BBF #864
1997 Nissan Largo,
8 Seater, diesel w/body kit available, @ Sanpin
Motors, 325-0881-2 warranty, Lic. & Insp. +
. Serviced.ete....



BBF #856 :
1995 Honda Accord,
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting
@ $5,500, :
We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932

BBF #852
1996 Honda CRV,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $9,995,
We can special order any request,

Call: 323-1932

1997 Toyota Rav 4,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., We can special order
any request, starting@ $9,500
Call: 323-1932



BBF #854
1994-99 Nissan Sunny, |
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $4,900,
We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932



BBF #870
1993-1996 Toyota Corolla,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,995,
We can special order any request,

Call: 323-1932



BBF #861
2003-2004 Ford Explorer XLT,

7 seater, leather & loaded, only 23K miles, in
mint condition, $23,995, @ Sanpin Motors, Call:
325-0881-2, Trades are welcome Includes,
license & Inspection, warranty, serviced, etc.....

BBF #857
1995 Nissan Bluebird,
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,500,
We can special order any request,
Call: 323-1932

BBF #858
1994-95 Toyota Windom,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,500,
We can special order any request,

Call: 323-1932

BBF #881
1994-95 Toyota Windom,
loaded, $6,200 & up, comes with license, insp.
Warranty, plus services available @ Sanpin
Motors, Call: 325-0881-2



BBF #875
1996 Honda Odyssey,

JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in

Town, warranty, License & Insp., starting @

$7,500, We can special order any request,

_ Call: 323-1932





_THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 27

\
BBF #863
1995 Toyota Avalon,
loaded, available @ Sanpin Motors, priced from
$6,900 & UP, warranty,
Lic. & Insp. + Serviced etc....
Call: 325-0881-2




BBF #862
1996 Cedric Diesel,
loaded $6,995, nice & clean, available
@ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881 -2



BBF #859
1996 Ford Ranger,
utility back multi compartment, very clean, A/T,
A/C, am/fm Cass., 4 Cyl. $9,995, Come down
and see it @ Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2,
Trades are welcome Includes, license &
i , etc.....





BBF:#876

1995-97 Nissan Serena

Diesel 8 seater's, loaded with dual A/C, .+

sunroof, priced right @ $7,800, comes with
license, insp. Warranty,
plus services available @

Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2










1993 Nissan Cedric,
loaded, $5,995, comes with license, insp.
Warranty, plus services available @ Sanpin
Motors, Call: 325-0881 -2





ds

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THURSDAY, APRIL-13; 2006... -..



774 =
BErs BBF #794

2002 Nissan Maxima GLE,

fully loaded, leather int. pwr everything,
very clean, must see to appreciate, asking
$15,000, open for negotiation,
Call: 361-8624 after 4pm










1999 Acura 3.2 TL,

sunroof, pwr everything, A/C, auto, runs
quiet, very clean, DVD, navigation,
factory 9” subwoofer, very nice car,

Call: 364-1688 for Price








BBF #775... 3... —:

2000 Chevy. Cavalier,

red, 2-dr, pwr everything
$4,000,

Call: 328-6356 or 455-8678







1997 Buick LeSabre,
A/C, leather int. leaving island

$2,900 ONO,
Call: 361-3992

BBF #778
2001 Honda Civic,
RHD, mint condition, less than
24K miles, clean title, one owner,
fully loaded, CD, A/C,
$13,000,
Call: 557-2727

BBF #818
1997 Nissan Skyline
$9,900 ;
Call: 393-6081
View @ IBC Auto

BBF #809 .

1998 Ford F-150 XLT,
extended cab, automatic pwr everything, A/C, 8
foot bed, radio.cassette player, bed liner, tinted
windows, very clean, licensed to February 2007

must see to appreciate, ;

$8,500 negotiable,
Call: 324-6438

BBF #827
1996 Nissan Maxima,
Ithr int. mint condition, owner leaving island,
$4,500 ONO,
Call: 557-0543

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BBF #850

BBF #845

1991 Acura,

17” rims, excellent body, engine in very good
condition, alarm system, pwr windows, license &
inspected, $3,800, Apt size fridge, never used,
still in box, $500
Call: 426-4362 or 394-3691

1992 Nissan Sentra,
very clean inside & out, custom candy orange
paint, CD, runs great,
$3,200 ONO,
no offer refused,
Call: 328-4168 or 454-3622



BBF #816



1997 Toyota Corona
$6,200
Call: 393-6081
View @ IBC Auto

BBF #817
1994 Honda Civic,
$6,500
Call: 393-6081
View @ IBC Auto



BBF #815
1996 Honda Accord,
$6,500,
Call: 393-6081
View @ IBC Auto



BB
1997 Lincoln Town Car,
white w/light grey, leather int., good condition,
no reasonable offer refused,
Call: 323-0640



BBF #855
1994-1996 Honda Civic,
JUST IN FROM JAPAN!! Lowest prices in Town,
warranty, License & Insp., starting @ $5,500,
We can special order any request,



[pc atl 828-4992—--—————

BBF #836
































1996 Ford Contour,
needs fuel pump,
serious offers only need call;
$1,000 OBO,
Call: 436-1354




















BBF #837
2003 Chevy Tahoe,
leather int., CD, cassette, A/C,
remote start, XM Satellite radio,
Call: 424-4496

BBF #780

1996 Honda Accord,

A/C, fully pwr, CD, newly painted,

18” chrome, excellent condition,
$5,500,

Call: 323-1285 or 434-8560






2001 Dodge 350 Cargo Van,
1 Ton; A/T, A/C, @ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881 -2,

Trades are welcome Includes, license &
Inspection, warranty, etc.....

F #846

1991 Acura, 17" rims,
excellent body, engine in very good condition,
alarm system, pwr windows, license &
inspected, $4,500, Apt size fridge, never used,
still in box, $500
wn nen Call:- 426-4362 01r.394-3691.. +



THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 29

BBF #772 ee — a | 28 ce a
Ge an tee BBF #07 BEF #761 m : 1993 Honda Civic,

immaculate condition, silver and grey int. Palanan blue, standard shift, clean tan,
AIC, CD, fully pwr, 18” chrome tims, _. 2002 Honda Accord, 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer,

2-dr, A/C, black, pwr everything, CD, alarm, interior custom,
Call: 326-1040 aok tor Ms. Missick, CD & tape, sunroof, Fully pwr, essiban 20K miles; Honda colored, wheels,
Cell 359-3521 or 357-0876 $9,000, = (ae $10,500 OBO, $2,500 ONO,
ab Ss Call: 328-3347 Pall 80-5 00% | Call: 328-4168 or 454-3622



[BaF #763 see
BBF #743 sseruasne aca ; 1997 Honda Civic, 1995 Q45 Infiniti,

seg abe 4 Fee red, DOHC, 17” chrome rims, standard shift, 2.0 $5,500 ONO,
just 1 eat See ee ae engine, A/C, CD, new back, carbon fiber lights, Call: 324-5552




|BBF #103
2001 Dodge Intrepid Sedan,
A/C, automatic, tape player,









itic " ir : front projector head lamp, black,
excellent condition, clean int. 2000 Chevy Blazer, $9,500, $7,500 OBO, or



Call: 356-4040 or 427-7290 _ Call: 325-6500 or 457-2526 | Call: 393-7028 or 558-7621 427-996 1/356-1643

BBF #1











1995 Toyota Corolla, BOE I i tices DaV Mle Gu
a Se ‘| leather int., AIC fully Ban UNoanatie, cabeatte,
all: * ,

clean in & out, in very good condition,
Serious offers only need call $5,600 ONO,

BBF #763
1995 Honda Accord,’

two time, Black & Blue, A/C, automatic, CD, up
graded, speakers, coil over springs,

$3,800 OBO,




. Call: 324-7911 or 456-9121







BBF #102
17" chrome rims and tires,
$600,
Call: 434-6851






Call: 364-5049 or 456-0150










Car Inspection,
Before your purchase,
Auio Care, servicing
Japanese & American
Vehicles, Brakes $25
Labor, engine $35 labor,
free engine cleaning,

_ electrical lights repairs,
Audio Installation, coding
systems checkup








BBF #105



aE one BBF #764 7
2002'Chevy Silverado, . - : 2004 Escalade Truck,.
low miles, PS, PB; radio, cassette, ice cold A/C, maroon, leather, fully loaded

automatic, white, looks and runs good, just like | excellent condition. chrome tims

new, won't last long at only $18,500, 4°
“Call 322-8784, 565-6840 org2eatio. |.| . 364-0477, 359-1033, or 323-8080

1971 Javelin AMC 360, {BBF #757
V8 Auto Trans Car is built for strip or street. |
This car is in awesome condition and must be
seen to appreciate, $15000.00:0.B-0. or trade

for boat of same value, *:
Contact 422-1545... --

NO Waiting Service
Centrally located,




Call: 636-9776









BBF #766








2001 Honda Civic,
RHD, mint condition, less than 24K miles,
clean title, one owner, fully loaded, CD, A/C,
$13,000,














BBF #758
1994 Honda Jazz,

: | Van 6.2
Ui aat Chevy Bane 420 black, A/C, fully pwr, sunroof, 3-drs,

diesel autotrans in verry good condition

BBF #834- Chrome 20” rims & tres, on

i 5 lug hole universal, less than 1 month old, fits Chevy's,
$23000.00 0.8.0, $7,500 ONO, : =F. Ford's and Buick’s etc.. $2,300 OBO,

Cal | a 997 f 27 Call: 426-0936 or 557-0425






Contact Steve @393-2437 Fe | Call: 436-6516 an

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LOTS & LOTS OF LOTS
TROPICAL GARDENS, _corner
site triplex ~ lot; ‘60°x100,
$125,000.

SOUTH ‘SEAS, Single Family
Duplex 80’ X100', $95,000 ~~

PORT NEW PROVIDENCE
canal lot, $457,000.00.

BLUEWATER CAY, Waterfront
lots 11,566sq ft, $255,000

GLADSTONE ROAD, 4.829
acres’, $1.5,000,000.00. -

WEST-PLACE |,
lots 100’x140’, $155,000

WEST-PLACE Il, Corner site
135’x215”; $250,000.

HARDINGVILLE,
BUILDING SITE
$208,000

SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES,
Multi-Fmily site 21,476sq ft,
$165,000

OLD FORT BAY, Waterfront
site 75’x+08', $525,000

4-PLEX
100’X130’,

SANDYPORT Waterfront sites
7,402sq ft $350,000

PARADISE ISLAND OCEAN
CLUB ESTATE 17,933sq ft,
$1,650,000

FOX HILL ROAD Commercial
site 110’x150’, $235,000

TOWER HEIGHTS, 37,231 sq
ft hill top lot, $440,000

Residential’

REALTY —
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SOUTH | OCEAN LoTS
‘Residential lots .. starting, . at
$89,000.00 .and -. Multi-Family

“Flots starting at $150,000.00

‘WEST WINDS’ _—
BEACH Multi-Family ~
$95,000.

‘SKYLINE PARK - Subdivision

.LOVE
lots

16,484 Sq. Ft. Lot $235,000

LOVE BEACH - Zoned Multi-
Family. Elevation with view of
ocean .and-: Beach access.
26,000 Sq. Ft. Lot $695,000.
THIS IS A GREA
OPPORTUNITY.

OCEANVIEWS - ORANGE
HILL - Single Family lot 60’ x
159". peas front the beach.
$299,000.00

ONLY 5 LOTS REMAIN!

OCEAN CLUB_ ESTATES:
Exclusive location with
Beautiful Harbor views, dock &
mooring. Approx. 38,000 Sq.
Ft. $5,300,000.

SAUNDERS BEACH Acreage
COMMERCIAL - Direct access
to Saunders Beach, 6.5 acres
$2,100,000.00

CONDOS

BAYROC CONDOMINIUM:
Ocean view condo tastefully
designed 3 bed, 2.5 bath in
exclusive gated community.
Large kitchen, spacious living



TROPICAL GARDENS Triplex | HOMES

lot with plans, $98,000

CURTIS THOMPSON
REAL ESTATE
Phone 326-1514, 356-6484
(evenings 323-8408)
E-mail address:
curtis @ coralwave.com.

2 LOTS FOR SALE
Carmichael Road
$60,000 and $70,000
Respectively.
Tel 327-4962.

ABACO, LEISURE LEE, lovely
home site with views of canal
system, beach and sea of
Abaco. For Sale by Owner,
$75,000.

Call 362-1021, Nassau.

CASUARINA POINT,
ABACO
Less than 400 ft away
from one of Abaco's
popular beaches.
10.000 sa ft
$35,000 Net. Phone 1-

242-366-3247, Abaco.

and dining room, ~ fully
furnished. 2 pools in lush
landscaped gardens — with
barbeque. $1,250,000.

M.
CAMPERDOWN: 4 bed, 3

bath home situated on quiet
street off Eastern Rd., separate
living room, dining room, large
terrace off the living area ideal
for entertaining, brand new
kitchen with granite countertops
and brand new appliances.
Central air, alarm system,
fireplace, storage room, 3-car
garage. The grounds are
landscaped and fully enclosed.
$579,000.00

OCEANFRONT - EAST BAY
ST: Lovely 4 bedroom / 4
Bathroom, elevated waterfront
home with Montague Bay on
one side, canal with Boathouse
on the other. Located in the
exclusive gated community of
‘Little | Hermitage’! Home
comes unfurnished with staff
quarters and 3 car garage.
$2,990,000.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE

CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932

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STREET: A Beautifully
‘Landscaped enclosed — yard
surrounds. this 3 bedroom, 2
bath home, with pool and patio.
$450,000 Gross

LYFORD- CAY: Exclusive
location with Canal frontage. 3
bedroom, 3 bath home, ‘large
pool, extensive grounds
comprising 3 lots. Very Private.
$9,300,000

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
. CALL TODAY:
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LOTS

ESTATE
SUBDIVISION WEST: Hill top,

} ocean view, gated, multi-family

JIREH NEW

lots Stating price $340,000.00
Property size 140x110. Call to
reserve

GLENISTON GARDENS:
60X175, $95,000.00

CAMPERDOWN — Corner lot
t-acre 229x187
$302,000.00

WINTON-Multi-family
Ocean view, 100X234
$240,000.00

WINTON HEIGHTS
. 115X138
$150,000.00

BILNEY LANE OFF MACKEY
AND SHIRLEY __ STS.
Commercial corner lot’ size
82.79x96, $125,000.00

HOUSES/CONDO
TYLER STREET: Newly
renovated 3 bed, 2 bath house,
Lot 50x100, $175,000.

VICTORIA
Town gated with pool.
Furnished 1-bed 1-bath, A/C,
and cable ready, $120,000.00
Rental $1,000.00 per month

ORIS SYMMONETT
« REAL ESTATE at
325-8280, Eve. 325-1961

FOR SALE

BY OWNER
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATH
PINEWOOD GARDENS

ASKING $140,000.
TEL 392-5014
SERIOUS INQUIRIES
ONLY.

x “Adler Rest i -

HOME PACKAGES
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK

COLONY VILLAGE
3-BEDROOMS, 2-BATH,
LIVING, DINING ROOM,

LARGE KITCHEN,
UTILITY ROOM, PATIO
$195,000.00

HUMMINGWAY,
CORAL HARBOUR
3-BED, 2-BATHROMS
LIVING, DINING ROOM,
UTILITY ROOM,
ee Been,
$205,000.00
FINANCING 1S AVAILABLE

TEL: 323-7901/2°

TROPICAL HOME

DESIGNS _

CONSTRUCTION
co

AFFORDABLE HOUSE AND
LOT PACKAGES FOR ONLY
5% DOWN.

2 BED, 2 BATH $90,000

3 BED, 2 BATH, $120,000
DUPLEX, 2 PEE. 1 BATH

$15
TRIPLEX 2 BED. a BATH
$185,000.

IN SUCH AREAS:.
-CARMICHAEL RD
-COWPEN RD,

-SOUTH BEACH,
-CORAL VISTA

-KOOL ACRES

-PRINCE panes AND
MANY MOR

COME IN TODAY AND LET
US MAKE YOUR DREAM
____ AREALITY,

TEL 323-0546, 326-5468
Eve 323-2666.

FOR SALE

O% DOWN DUPLEX LOT
60x100, West Winds.
Community (FREE appraisal,

COURT:Down | $80,000

NEW! Beach rights & ocean
views - Saffron Hills Lots,
starting $175,000 Reserve now
w/$2,500 Down. °

Few Lots left Indigo. Gated
Community 60x120 @
$150,000.

Residential Lot Bahama West
(Nassau) 100x230 @ $350,000

57.24 Acres beach front in
Cage Point, Abaco @ $3.5
Mil.

2+Acres Prime Commercial
Land Blue Hill+ Carmichael
Road. Serious inquiries only.
j Gino: 544-8469, 364-7548 eve.

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TREASURE COVE
One of a kind Eleuthra Model,
beach front house, .
upgrade construction,
special concrete drive way,
updated kitchen, laundry
tray, high end tiles in dining,
kitchen and laundry area
including bathrooms.
Carpet in 3.bedrooms,
‘larger property than normal.
Asking $355,900 Gross ono.

Phone 565-9095.

WANTED

URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please call Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

anytime.

~_ FORSALEORRENT

SANDYPORT- Beach Lane
Fully furnished 3-bed, 3-bath
penthose Apt with beautiful
views of the canal and ocean,

: central air,
front and rear porches,

office facilities, boat dock,
beach, pool tennis courts

and 24-hr sec .

Sale $425,000.
Rent $3,500/pm.
Telephone 327-8135

JACARANDA
SUBDIVISION
Very large six-plex lot in
gated subdivision near

. Lyford Cay,
over 22,000 sq ft
(160x140),
$200,000 Net.
Phone 1-242-366-3247,
Abaco.

TWO (2)25-ACRELOTS- _

On main Highway,

THEABERANE 7

FOR SALE BY OWNER
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES LOT

Totally unobstructed views
Lot is elevated and faces
south
Near to the only access to

Cabbage Beach
Asking Price $1,500,000
: Call. 363-2712 __







LOT FOR SALE _

TREASURE CAY, ABACO.
Almost 1/2-Acre on
Treasure Cay canal with
122 ft water frontage,
$249,000 Net.

Phone 1-242-366-3247, Abaco.

FOR SALE BY OWNER

4 Unit Apt Building,
2-bed, 1-bath each
Sweeting Lane
(close to Downtown)
100% occupancy,
annual income, $38,000.00..
Asking $299,000.00.
Call 424-5857.

LOT FOR SALE

WINDSOR LANE
OFF BERNARD ROAD.
60X110,
Foundation on property
PHONE 324-3584.

HOUSE FOR SALE

Man-O-War Cay, Abaco +
3-bed, 2-bath, 9,000 gal cistern
work shop/laundry,
1OKW generator $349,000. Call
242-367-4539.

APPROVED PLANS

DUPLEXES
eTRIPLEXES
*FOUR-PLEXES
*HOMES
TEL 323-0578

SEA BEACH ADDITION,

DELAPORTE
MULTI-FAMILY LOT.
$130,000.00.
Telephone 327-7621.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Oceanview lot off West Bay
Street in the newly developed

ated community of — Indigo,
265,000-Net. No agents.
Cal: (242)427- -6164.

ONE BEDROOM APT off
five miles | Malcolm Road. Water included

south of Clarence Town, Long | $500 a month.

Island
TWO (2) Lots in South Abaco

TWO (2) Lot in
Sound $15 in Exuma

Bahama

Call anytime 327-8026
359-3160.

LOT FOR SALE

FIRE ROAD, ABACO

1/2-Acre water frontage
with breath-taking views,
10 mins from Treasure

Cay airport. $100,000.
Phone 1-242-366-3247,

Abaco.
4
f



Contact Mr Hanna 356,6588,
or Shona 322-5014.

LOT FOR SALE

CORAL HARBOUR VILLAGE,
$45,000. Size 100x70x30x25
Tel 327-0437.
Serious enquiries.

NASSAU EAST

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath. Condo
Asking $120, 000. Furnished Tel

364-5298 evenings, 423-2680.

WEST BAY STREET

Residential Lot For Sale,
$135,000.

Phone 424-6014.
SAPUG ONE



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AC 659 Carmichael Road- 4.9
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Tusculum 25 Acres $2.5
million neg.
AC 599 Carmichael Rd 5
Acres. -$1. 85 million
AC 584 West Bay Street-

240x1,850.77 (17.205 Acres) | SF

$3.9 million

‘AC 638 Faith Avenue & Fire
Trail Road- 1 Acre $435,600.
AC 572 West Bay Street-. 5
Acres Saunders Beach $3.0
million

LOTS
L658 Old Fort Bay- Large
Residential $525,000
L 657 Port New Provi-
dence- 115x130Z$576,000
L652 Fox Hill- 0.827 Acres
$185,000.00
L650 Coral Height West
80x100 Residential $88,000.
L 633 Coral Harbour-
60x130 Multi-Family $120,000
L622 LivalEstate $60,000
L 618 Off Eastern Road-
198x100 $178,000.00
L 615 Riviera Subdivision
Multi-Family Lots
-Triple$90,000
-Fiveplex $135,000.00
L 609 Coral __. Harbour-
50x130 $95,000.00 z
L 602 Nassau
25x100 $20,000.00
L600 Fox Dale- 50x100
Residential $45,000.00

Village-

L 587 Sea Breeze Lane-
95x95 $89,000.00

L 582 Boatswain-
250x100 $138,000.00

L 445 Blake Road-
91x204 $305,000.00

L613. Hummingway 80x110
$85,000.00 ©

L658 Old Fort Bay -
Residential Lots, 525,000
L659 Ocean Club, Paradise
Island-147x117, $1.8 million.
L660 Leeward East - Fourplex,
$143,000
L661 Tropical I,
80x120, $130,000
L662 Chippingham- 145x300
$350,000

Single Famil -
SF 416 Dick’s Point Close- 3
Beds & 31/2: Baths $750,000.00
SF 428 Coral Height West- 4
Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms
$350,000.00
SF 434 Port New Providence-
3 Bedrooms House on Canal
$695,000.00
SF 459 Treasure Cove-3
Bedrooms

& Baths
$405,000.00
SF 460 Sandyport- 3-5
5 Baths $1.18 million
SF 463 West Bay Street- 3
Beds & 31/2 Baths $905,000.00
SF 475 Westward Villas- 3
Beds & 2 Baths $341,000.00
SF 534 Coral Height West-
80x134 4 Beds & 3 Baths
$410,000.00

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SF 537 Bel Air Subdivision- 4
Beds & 3 Baths $197,000.00
SF. 544 King Fish fsland,
Sandyport-5 Beds & 41/2

Baths $975,000.00
SF 572 Camper Down- 5 Beds
& 4 1/2 Baths (1.4 Acres)

$1.2 million
SF 578. Minnie Street- 4 Bed &
4 Bath (50x100) $158,250.00
583 Twynam Estate- 4
Bedrooms & 2 1/2 Baths
$375,000.00

Multi-Famil
MF - 469 Westridge
Subdivision- 100x320 WITH 2
DUPLEXES $980,000.00
MF 475 Twynam Heights-
Fourplex (1/2 . Acre)
$636,000.00
MF 476 Off Barcardi Road-
127x87 Fourplex $245,000.00
MF 485 Windsor Place- Duplex
2 $154,300.00
MF 492 Joan’s Height-
50x100 Duplex $275,000.00
MF 494 Marshall Road- 1
Acre.Six-Plex $256,000.00
MF 496 Sea Beach Estate-
Triplex $605,000.00
MF 498 Bellot Road- 50x100
(Two units) $178,000.00
MF 511 Off Cowpen Road-
Duplex $204,000.00
MF 513 - Misty Gardens-
Duplex 2 Beds & 1 Bath each
side $175,000.00

Commercial Buildings
CB 532 South Beach- 20
Rooms Hotel $600,000.00
CB 530 Plantol St. Off East
St.- Up to Belt $ 85,000.00
CB 530 Wulff Rd- Apartment
upstairs & Store Downstairs
$520,000.00
CB 527 Carmichael Road
$575,000.00
CB 525. Blue Hill Road
$800,000.00
CB 522
$540,000.00
CB 519 Bay & Armstrong
Street $1.9 million





Centreville

Condominiums

CONDO 102 Corai
Harbour- 3 Buildings
$425,000.00 .
CONDO 101 Town Court-
Long Wharf Beach &
Downtown $126,000.00
CONDO 152 Glenwood
Condominium $178,000.00

CONDO 137 Deloporte Point
$250,000.00

CONDO 135 Royal Beach
Estate- 3 Beds & 3 Baths
$725,000.00

CONDO 134 Hillcrest
$255,000.00

CONDO 531 Sea Beach
Estate $350,000.00

Townhouses

TH 201 Blake Road-3 Beds &
3? Baths _ $385,000.00
TH 200 Sea Beach Estate- 3

Beds & 2 1/2 Baths
$315,000.00
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Premium Properties
FOR SALE!

EXCLUSIVE!
WintonHeights—5BR/4_ -_‘ib,
pool, enclosed garden, great
security, Reduced to $545,000.

Angel’s View—Eastern Rd.,
3BR, pool, sea views, large lot,
hill side, Reduced to $750,000.

Winton Meadows—3BR, big
yard, partly enclosed, ‘rental
efficiency, nice neighbourhood,
$189,000.

NEW. LISTINGS! Sea views
and boat ramp—3BR, 2 baths
in immaculate home, — fully
enclosed grounds. $399,000.

Sans Souci Sea Views—3 BR
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BR
renovated cottage, $475,000.

Renovated Historic Estate—
Eastern Rd., 5 acres with new
dock, beach, rental income,
too. Call for details.

OldFort Bay—1.5 Acre Beach
Lot with canal at back! Call
now!

EwingManor—Spacious,
luxury town houses
incredible views,
$660,000.

High Vista—4BR/3b,
enclosed garden,
system, $350,000.

with
from

pool,
sprinkler

Ocean Place, -P.Is.1/2—
Preconstruction prices on
harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos
with oversized balconies, resort
quality services.

Powder beach front home—
designer interiors,
immaculate!4 BR, Media room,
plus one or two BR cottage, top
condition, security. $3.6 million.

COMMERCIAL

Eastern Rd. —Big property
with sea views, two houses
and garage, $550,000.

HISTORIC, Popular
RESTAURANTs—central
location $2.4 million or east,
$1.6 million, call for details.

Claridge Rd.— 3 commercial
properties from under
$200,000 to $999,000.

Airport Industrial Park— lots
from $105,000.

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Condos & Apartments

Silver Cay—3BR; -2_ baths,"

beach views, tennis courts,
convenient to downtown,
$2,200.:or $240,000.

SPECTACULAR SULGRAVE
MANOR, —. 3 BR, 3 baths ,
Separate balconies to ocean
and golf course. Modern
kitchen.Study. Marble wet bar.
Laundry room, access to spa,
beach, heated pool, 24-hour
security. 2,480

sq. . $6,000. rent or
$690,0000r,2_ BR, 2 baths,

furnished $2,000. rent
or $450,000. ,
Whispering Pines—2BR/1.5
bath, nicely furnished,
$168,000.

WEST

Caves Point — luxury condo,
3BR/3.5 bath, $725,000.

Dannotage Estates— 3BR/2b,
enclosed garden, cathedral
ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent
or $400,000. sale.

Homes
WEST
Powder beach front— 3BR
home! and 2BR cottage on
West Bay St., $995,000.

Lyford Cay Villa—with dock
rights, pool, $2.6 million.

Lyford Cay Golf Course

Home,—4BR, pool and
jacuzzi, fireplace, newly
renovated, 3 phone lines, 3
water sources, full house

generator, $3.9 million.

Crown of Lyford Cay— new
homein 2 acre __ estate,
landscaped and secure. Pool,
fountain afid waterfall. 180
degree vista of sea and Lyford

from breezy veranda. $5.5
million.
TropicalGardens, 3BR/3b,

$240,000.

Turnkey —Beach front house,
West Bay St., $1.5-Million

PARADISE ISLAND
The Residences at Atlantis—
own a piece of a condominium
hotel.

OCEAN CLUB Estates
‘/2BRTurn key Guest Cottage,
dock, beach, and 8,000 SQ.
FT. house under construction
on large lot, eastern tip, $6-

Million.
EAST
Seafront houses--
Neighbouring 3BR houses on
Eastern Road, $1.4 million.
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APARTMENTS &



TOWNHOUSES
PARADISE ISLAND. Ocean
Club Residences. 3 bed, 3.5
bath condos with top quality
finishes, harbour and ‘ocean
views. Starting at $1,850,000.
REDUCED. Fourplex. Kool
Acres. 3 — 2 bed, -1 bath units
with a 1 bed, 1 bath cottage.
Completely enclosed, excellent
condition. 25,000.
MLS#5524
Soldier Road-North Fourplex
- 1 - 3 bed/2bath, 1-2
bed/ibath, and 2-1 bed/ibath
units. Full occupancy, monthly






income $3600. $385,000.
MLS#5458.
Love Beach — Luxurious 3 bed

3.5 bath apartments. on
beautiful beach. Prices start at
$499,000 MLS#0342
Cable Beach - Waterfront — 4
bed 4.5 bath home on .5 of an
acre. Situated’ in the heart ‘of
cable beach within walking
distance to restaurants and
casino. MLS# 5546
MONTAGU VILLAS - 2 bed,
1.5 bath townhouse in gated
community. Renovations _ in-
clude new & extended kitchen,
new tiles downstairs, bathroom
upgrade and more. MLS #
5616 $200,000
Victoria Courts — 2 bed, 1 bath
750sq ft apartment in secure
and central community. Renov-
ated kitchen, open living/
dining room, with enclosed
patio. MLS#5215 $162,000
VACANT LAND
VENICE BAY. Multi family cor-
ner lot. $135,000 MLS#5550
CORAL HARBOUR Resident-






ial lot in new_ subdivision
$85,000.00 - Triplex lot
$90,000.00

South Ocean Estates — Lots
starting at $89,500 MLS#5471
Port New Providence — Gated
canal front community. Pool,
tennis courts, beach access.
Starting, $455,000 MLS#5460
Winton Heights — Large single
family lot ($15,499 sq. ft.) All
utilities Asking $145,000
MLS#5453 ;

Off Cowpen Rd. - Commercial
corner lot. Perfect for shop.
6,500 sq ft $85,000 MLS#5527
Cowpen Rd. Commercial.
3.45 Acres. $600,000. Can be
split into two 1.72 Acres.
$300,000 each. MLS#5629
Clearview Subdivision
Opposite Old Fort Bay single
family lot 163’x 100’ situated in
an exceptional quiet and private
neighbour... Asking $130,000
MLS#5329
HOMES

NEW! Treasure Cove. 3 bed, 2
bath home, newly renovated,
furnished, screened Bahama
Room. $385,000. MLS#5081
WEST. Unique estate, 5 bed,
4.5 bath main home, pool, 2
bed, 2 bath guest cottage, 1
bed, 1 bath apartment, pool
cabana. $1,795,000.
MLS#5372.

Tel: 393-8630 * Fax: 393-8638



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Off Eastern Road- 4 bedroom
3 bath home a 18,232 sq. ft.
mature grounds. Bahama

room, pool, generator, security
alarm and more. — Excellent
condition. Offered unfumished








at $560,000 MLS#5525
Cable Beach — 4 bed 3 bath
home on 13,000 ft.

manicured lot. Swimming pool,
covered patio, carport, laundry
and more. Call for details.
MLS#5452
Orange Hill — 5bed 3 ? bath
oceanfront property comprises
2 separate villas, generator,
rainwater tank, private deeded
beach, landscaped gardens,
breathtaking . ocean _ views.
Offered furnished at $1.75
Million MLS#5581
BLAIR — 4 bed 3 bath, 2-storey
home. New roof, large storage
shed, security lights, gate,
irrigation system. | Offered
furnished
MLS#5503
Westridge Estate hilltop
home with spectacular island
wide and ocean views! Offered
at $985,000.00
San Souci - 3,600 4 be 4 bath
home. Formal _ living/dining
rooms, large family room,
study, wood/tiled floors.
Attached 1 bed 1 bath cottage.
$360,000. MLS# 5619
OUT ISLAND HOME

LITTLE EXUMA - New 3 bed,
12.5 bath home. on half. acre

hilltop lot with beautiful sea

views. -Approx. 1,400 sq ft +

800+ sq ft ground floor room.

Needs some finish work.

Mis #5626 $375,000

OUT ISLAND VACANT
LITTLE EXUMA. VACANT
LAND. 0.5-1 .acre lots in
beautiful new community with
exquisite ocean and bay views.
Elevations -up to 60’. mis #
5568. Lots range in price from
$34,245 to $198,000.

Russell Island — acre elevated
waterfront lot, gorgeous views



$240,000.00 MLS#5478
Rock Sound Acreage! — 5.44
acre parcel off Queen's

Highway with easy in house
financing $38,890.00. One acre
parcel starting at $20,000.00,
50 acres $300,000.00

Andros Beach Colony
Acreage — 8.5 acre parcel with
toad _ frontage 85,000.00

596

Island Shores —
Ocean view — commercial/
residential double lot on
Queen's highway! $40,000.00
MLS#5597

Stella Maris — 80' x 146’ lot
$13,500.00 MLS#5614
Whale Point, Eleuthera
9,378 sq ft lot near the beach
and the harbour. Excellent for
boaters. Asking $42,000
MLS#5554

Sandypoint Abaco — 50 x 105
with ‘sea views - Asking
$60,000 MLS#5278

Tel: 393-8630 ¢ Fax: 393-8638

Eleuthera

$450,000. _



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HOMES bes

#19 Camperdown, 4 bed, 3 1/2
bath. Lovely, spacious family
home. Large fruited garden
w/pool . Quite, safe family
orientated area. Walk-in
condition. REDUCED!
$850.000

#1897 Dodge Rd, 4 bed, 3
bath. Spacious & beautifully

renovated. Guest wing w/
separate entrance. Child
friendly enclosed pool &
garden. Well, alarm &

generator. $560.000

#1900. Blair, 3 bed, 4 bath.
Spacious & well built house
sitting on 2 double lots. Open
plan, living/family/kitchen.
Pantry, hobby room, laundry
room & insulated attic space for
storage. $599.000

#177 Winton Highway, 4 bed,
3.5 bath, bright spacious home
w/ spectacular hilltop views.
Large living room w/ fireplace,
remodeled bathrooms &
spacious guest wing. 2 floors w/

sea views, pool & patio.
$795,000.

-CONDOS. :
#1895 Chertsey,. Cable

Beach, 1 floor, 2 bed,-2 bath,
spacious condo. Great location
on Cable Beach. Lovely pool
deck which overlooks: the
ocean $279,000

#1056 West Grove Phase 2, 2
bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well
constructed, .in sought after
area. 2 storey w/ = spacious
interior... -Communal pool,
sundeck w/ Jacuzzi..$318,000

#1730 Royall Beach _ Estates | .

Condo at South Ocean -
Luxury 2 bed 2 bath, oceanfront
condo. Spacious &: tastefully
decorated. . Fully furnished.
Family island feel $485,000

#1856 Sandyport - 3 bed, 3
bath condo. Third floor w/ sea
- views from bedroom, living area
& terrace. Spacious & airy.
Being sold furnished $579,000

VACANT LAND

#433 Hardingsville. Thinking
about constructing a block of
condos 1/2 Hardingsville might
make an_ ideal location.13
available lots ranging from 12,
963 sq. ft. to 17,914 sq ft. w/
prices ranging between
$179,000 & peaking at
$215,000 (plus buyer's legal
fees and 4% stamp tax).

Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.gra hamrealestate.com

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#1914 South Beach, multi-
family vacant lot w/utilities in
place, 8,815 sq. ft. $90,000

#509 East Shirley St. Located
next to Harbour Bay Shopping
Centre, accessible from both
East Bay Street & East Shirley
Streets $18 per square foot.
4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft
Commercial zoning $3,240,000

#437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on
the beach & about 250 ft., .858
of an acre. $3,650,000

#1720 Chub Cay - 2.3 acre of
pristine beach front, 2 mins
from Chub Cay Club $850,00
#1814 Charlotteville. Brand
new subdivision, northern side
of Windsor Field Rd. These lots
are an excellent price for
location nr. Lyford Cay & Old
Fort. Staring at $90,000

: Rentals
#499 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 3
bath, harbourside condo. World
class facilities, oversized zero

entry pool, fitness centre,
stunning ocean views.
7,000p/m

#1877 Sandyport, 3 bed, 3 1/2
bath, canalfront cottage w/own
dockage & beach,; open plan
living/dining/kitchen 6,000p/m

#1869 Sandyport, 4 bed, 4
bath, large family home on a
beach. lot .:w/oversized ‘dock.
Impeccable -.details & stylish
furnishings 10,000p/m

#1021 Sandyport, 4 bed, 3 1/2
bath, Spacious, good condition.
Bright interior. 2 shady porches
overlooking canal 5,000p/m

#1921 Sandyport, 3 bed, 3
bath, Brand: new, 2 storey
townhouse, enormous rooms,
lots of natural light 5,000p/m

#267 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 2
bath’ spacious. Screened in
porch. Communal -pool w/
ocean view & sea access
2,000p/m

#1902 Eastern Rd, 1 bed, 1
bath, efficiency. Situated on an

Eastern Rd_ estate this
immaculate rental boasts
gorgeous ocean views.
1,000p/m

#580 Eastern Rd, 3 bed, 2
bath cottage, located on a
gated beachfront estate. Use of
dock & beach, w/ lovely ocean
views. $3,500p/m

Graham Real Estate
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visit our web site at
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0291. CORAL HARBOUR:
Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2
Canal lots Zoned multi-family.
Has 2bed/ibath guest cottage,
pool, dock, workshop and
rainwater tank. All this for only
$650,000.

0280 DODGE RD: Recently
renovated 4bed-3bath,hillside
home, tiled floors, custom
kitchen, spacious deck, and
Scar carport.....$579,000.

0113 CORAL HARBOUR:
Executive home, brand new
featuring 4bed-3bath, tiled and
carpet floors, custom kitchen
and new appliances, one car
arage = 2- C units...
385,000.

0286 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front home, 4bed -3bath
split level family home, pool,
garage, cement dock, _ fully
enclosed lot. $465,000.

0287 CULBERTS HILL:
Executive home with 3bed -
Sbath, pool. and guest quarters,
marble floors, study _ ,large
master suite with Jacuzzi, 2car
garage, $790,000.

0301 PINEWOOD: = 3bed-
2bath home in excellent
condition. A must see! Only
$169,000.

0308 COWPEN ROAD:
Com- mercial building on Lot 60
X 266, $160,000.

0309 SEABEACH: 2bed-
2.5bath Townhouse, fully
furnished, pool, laundry. -
$265,000.

0310 SEABREEZE: 2bed-
2bath home on 10,000saft Lot.
$190,000.

0311 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 1bed-ibath cottage,

$125,000. 5
0312 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal lot, 70 X 140,

Commercial, with 2 1bed-1bath
cottages and additional building
suitable for 2bed apartment or
business.$425,000.

0320 WESTWARD VILLAS:
3bed-2.5bath 2-story house on
large lot. Architectually
designed bright airy home with
attached 1bed-1bath
apartment.

$650,000.

Contact:
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TELEPHONE

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HOMES/APARTMENTS
0313 EASTERN ROAD:
3bed-2.5bath townhouse.
Ocean view, High end finishes
and appliances, pool, security.
$425,000. :

0322 BOATSWAIN: New
2bed-2bath townhouse in new
gated community, very
secluded. $190,000.

0323 SEABEACH: Duplex
townhouse, 2bed-2.5bath each
unit, central A/C,
additional Jot, great
investment! $560,000.

0324 CAMPERDOWN: Large
4bed-3bath home, recently
renovated, quality ~

finishes, Corian countertops,
Jacuzzi tub, price Reduced!
$540,000.

VACANT LAND

0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New
gated subdivision selling large

rental

lots, 100x120, starting at
$89,000
0222 WEST WINDS: New

gated community in love beach
slots available......$95,000.00

0220 CORAL HARBOUR:
Residential single and multi-
family lots starting —_ at...
$76,000.

0250 EXUMA- HOOPERS
BAY: 6 acres elevated with
470 ft.of waterfront.$500,000.

0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near
Tar Bay and Moss Town.
$2.5million.

0302 CORAL HARBOUR:
Single-family residential lot,
80x110. $95,000.

0303 EXUMA: Gorgeous
Beachfront Lot on little Exuma,
18,000sqft with

125ft of white sandy Beach.
$595,000.

0304 CORAL HARBOUR:
Duplex lot across from beach.
50 X 130, $90,000.

0306 CABLE BEACH: 4
Beachfront Lots in the heart of
Cable Beach, 70 X 90,
$270,000. Per Lot.

0307 HAROLD ROAD: 8
Acres for only $1.6 Million.

Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
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ACREAGE:
EASTERN ROAD:
4.4 acres waterfront property
wiht dock and ‘house in need of
repairs. Excellent location for

#2219

high income housing.
$3,870,000.
GLADSTONE: #2223 4.83
acres in prime location.
$1,500,000
HOMES/APARTMENTS

PARADISE ISLAND #1327 2
bedrooms 2-1/2 baths furnished
townhouse. . In gated
community, sea views,. pool.
Rolldown shutters. $600,000.
Boat available at $65,000

WEST BAY STREET: #2228
Beautiful residential -home
consisting of Main House,
Guest Cottage, Beach House
and Maid's Quarters. Situated
on 2-2 acres with 300' of
beachfront. Numerous
amenities including heated
pool, 2-car garage plus 3-car
garage, water softener,
rainwater tank... and more...
Must see to — appreciate!
$8,500,000.

EASTERN ROAD: #2222

Tucked away in private cul-dae-
sac beautiful 5 bedrooms 6
baths multi-level house,
Panoramic view of the sea;
pool; 2-car garage; maid's
quarters. $1,175,000.

MISTY GARDENS: #2231

DUPLEX with 2 bedrooms 1
bath on each side. — Nicely
landscaped enclosed grounds,
own water system, central air,
security bars. Good price at
$229,000.

PARADISE ISLAND: #1327 2
bedrooms 2-/2 baths
Townhouse in harbourfront
community. Pool, central air.
$600,000.

FIRE TRAIL ROAD: #0046
Recently built duplex with 2
bedrooms 1. bath each side.
$235,000. é

STEWFISH DRIVE: #1895
Spacious duplex on 100' x 100!
lot. Room for additional units.
Builiding has central air, tiled
floors. $246,000.

STAR ESTATES: #0045
Recently built 2,148 s/ft duplex
with 2 bedrooms each side. On
7,000 s/ft-lot. Covered entry
porch, paved driveway. Good
buy at $267,000.

BORIS CLARIDGE SUBD:
#0035 Newly built FOUR PLEX
with three 2 bedroom apts.
each with utility room and one 1
bedroom unit. Property is full
enclosed landscaped wit
paved parking. All units rented!
paki 78,000.
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JACARANDA Brand new tri-
level towhouse in gated
community. 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths. Wooden floors upstairs,
tiled floors downstairs. Pool
and gazebo. $475,000.

SINGLE FAMILY LOTS:
EASTERN ROAD: #752
18,287 s/ft "Island" lot. Suitable
for two family houses.
$305,000.

TWYNAM HEIGHTS: #2225
12,860 s/ft lot. Within walking
distance to beach. $115,000.

SANDYPORT: Waterfront lots
with boat dock. #2240 12,256
s/ft_ $575,000;

#2240A 21,486 s/t $950,000;
#2240B 13,010 s/t $650,000.

JACARANDA: Opp. Old Fort
Bay in gated community. 95'x
120' $120,000.

SANDYPORT: In __ security
gated community with pools,
tennis courts, beach. On

beautiful Ponciana Cay: #2239
5,972 s/ft $295,000; $2239B
6,523

s/ft $340,000; #2239H 9,662
s/tt $475,000;

#2239K $630,000.

COMMERCIAL LOT:
WULFF ROAD: #2227 70' X
130° in great location.
$153,000.

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS:

JACARANDA 160' x 140! in °

gated community opp. Old Fort
ay. $250,000.

DELAPORTE: .#980 - 124' X
85' X 82' 101° lot near
Sandyport. $216,000

LONG ISLAND: #2184 -4
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths on 3 acre
hilltop lot. Private beach,
fantastic sea views. 7,500 sq ft
of living space,.2 car garage.
$1,400,000.

EXUMA: #2221- Seven acre
private Island with deep water
access and excellent elevation.
$793,400.

FREEPORT: #2220- In
Windsor Bay * on Grand
Lucayan Waterway. 100' x 125'
lot. $140,000.

ABACO: #2229 -In Treasure
Cay - residential lot with access
to beach. $59,900.

FOR RENT

MONTAGUE HEIGHTS: #781
Immaculately kept 3 bedrooms
2-2 baths in lush gardens.
Tastefully furnished. Electronic
entry gate. $3,500 p.m.

FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800 , 325-3957



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RESIDENTIAL

_MILLAR'S HEIGHTS! Very
spacious home located in quiet
subdivision of southern New
Providence. 4bd/2bt- home w
entry porch, living room, dining
room, sitting room, © study,
kitchen, utility room maid's
quarters with bathroom and
storage. Web Ref: 10196.
Price: $219,900

SOUTH BEACH! Remodeled
2bd/3bt home. features
separate living, dining and
family rooms, as well as a quiet
study. Residents will enjoy
expansive patio overlooking
native gardens and fruit trees.
Amenities include custom
cabinetry, walk-in closets,
laundry, Jacuzzi tub, electronic
— entrance gate, alarm, hurricane

shutters, ceiling fans and
central air..Web Ref. #10222.
Price: $300,000

SKYLINE LAKES! Spacious
townhouse w open kitchen, a
private pool & patio and gated
parking. Floors are tiled and the
master suite has a vaulted
wood ceiling. Other amenities
include double bedroom
balconies and central -a/c.
Offered furnished. Web Ref:
10295. Price: $300,000

SULGRAVE MANORI
Tastefully decorated 3bd/3bt
condo on second floor enjoys a
magnificent view overlooking
the pool & golf course.
Features 10' ceilings, a_ full
kitchen, a study, living/dining
room & wet bar area. A private
beach can also be enjoyed by
owners. Web Ref: 10214.
Price: $495,000 —

TREASURE COVE! 3bd/2bt
fully furnished, rsacy ig move
in. Located at end of cul-de-sac
for additional privacy and larger
yard. Immaculate condition!
2,100 sq.ft. Web Ref: 3657.
ALSO AVAILABLE FOR
RENT @ $4,800 per month.
Price: $520,000

WEST BAY ST! 3+/- bedrooms
8-bath, luxury condos. with
great -ocean views under
construction. Gated, pool,
standby generator. Web Ref:
5639. Price: $699,000:

OLD FORT BAY! Canal front
Key West home with large
covered balconies, open plan
living area and kitchen with a 2-
- storey open beamed ceiling.









3bd/3bt, central air, private
dock and a large 2-car carport.
Web Ref: 9966. Price:
$1.295M

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs
















BAHAMAS

EALTY
22Y. tyae

EASTERN ROAD! Spectacular
3bd/3.5bt waterfront villa on
11,000SF parcel featuring well-
manicured . grounds, covered
terrace and seaside _ pool.
Home boasts upgraded tile and
wood ceilings, modern kitchen,
and formal living and dining
areas with fireplace. Web Ref:
8955. Price: $1.4M

CABLE BEACH! 2.5 acres
delivers 300 ft of beachfront
and 15,000 SF of living space,
including 3bd/3.5bt house with
double balconies, 1bd/1bt
beach cabana, 3 cottages: 3-
car garage with two 1 bed
apartments and 2-car garage
with 2 bed apartment.
Amenities include pool,
fireplace, Jacuzzi and pond.
Web Ref. 10045 Price: $8.4M

RENTALS

CABLE BEACH! Lovely ibd
apartment in gated complex
within, walking distance to
shopping, restaurants, a
school, the beach and exciting
night life. Offered _with
appliances. Web Ref: 10130.
Price: $950 p/m

TROPICAL GARDENS! Brand
new rental in fast growing
community out west.
Conveniently located within a
few minutes of a beach and the
airport. 2bd/1bt features
appliances & ductless central
a/c. Web Ref: 10100. Price:
$1,200 p/m

CABLE BEACH! 3rd_ floor
condo in an old Bahamian
home with stunning ocean
views and beautiful beachfront
with gazebo. Peaceful and
private location yet within easy
reach of shopping, a school
and exciting—night jife. Offers

j tied floors throughout, security

bars and a/c. Water and cable

included. Offered furnished.

ver Ref: 10109. Price: $2,200
im :

WINTON! Executive 4bd/3.5bt
home with large rooms,
beautifully landscaped yard and
pool. Features include a large
modern kitchen, 3-car garage
and covered patio perfect for
entertaining. Web Ref: 8207.
Price: $5,000 p/m

SANDYPORT! . Gated
community offers access to
restaurants, shopping, night
life, and fun in surf and sun. 3-
story, 3bd/3.5bt Bermuda-style
waterfront townhouse fully
furnished and features modern
kitchen, open __ living/dining
room, and walk-out balconies
with panoramic canal views.
Private dock and carport. Web
Ref. 10012. Price: $5,300 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs




















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Vacant Land For Sale
Moore’s Island #05-138 - Best
kept bone-fishing secret in the
Bahamas. Close proximity to
flats. Quiet island atmosphere.
Fabulous potential for
development. Located
approximately twenty miles
from Castaway Cay (the Disney
Cay). $8,200 and up
Moore’s Island #05-147 -
These 5 acre lots are suitable
for condominiums, apartment
houses, and lodging. -Located
close to the airport. Situated
between two main towns. All
utilities available. $65,000
Small Hope, Andros #06-25 -
Ten acre out island property on
the island of Andros. Elevated
lot with access road to Queen's
Highway. $90,000
San Souci #05-126 - Great
location! Residential lot located
in the Eastern District of New
Providence. -Lots is in a quiet
and secure neighbourhood and
very close to schools, grocery
stores and police station.
$115,000
Hardingsville #05-107 - Multi
family lots in the western
district. _ Accessible through
Westridge Estates. Ideal
investment properties.
$179,000 :

Colony Bay, Freeport #06-17 -
Lovely home site with frontage
on the Grand — Lucayan
waterway. Enjoy the gentle
tropical breezes while the
sports’. yachts glide by.
Property is fully bulk headed
with 56’ of frontage on canal.
Colony Bay is one of the more
luxurious areas of Grand
Bahama. $179,000
Blackbeard’s Terrace #05-97 -
Oversized lot in cul-de-sac area
located in the eastern district.
Slightly elevated, this home site
is ideal for the large family... It
can accommodate 2 jarge
nome and is peaceful and
quiet. $185,000



















Indigo Lots #06-10 - Why live:

on an island when you can't
see the water? These elevated
lots have direct and partial
ocean views in a planned gated
community. Features
amenities like tennis courts and
swimming peal to enhance your
lifestyle. tare opportunity to

build your dream home.
$220,000
Rose Island #06-14 -

Gorgeous investment home site
with high elevations and much
native vegetation. Excellent
snorkeling and diving just a few
feet from property. Ideal for
seclusion. Property runs sea to
sea. Perfect time to take
advantage of the five-star resort
set to begin construction in just
afew months. $220,000

MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070 :
Fax: 394-7069
www.morleyrealty.com






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Treasure Cove 121

Furnished 3 bedroom / 2
bathroom “Paradise” model.
Open plan, custom kitchen,
crown moldings, lg. master
suite w/ cedar’ lined walk in
closet, 1 car garage and more!
$409,000 Gross ;

Ocean Club Residences an
Marina- Paradise Island’s
most prestigious residence.
First 2 buildings sold-out! Don’t
miss this unique opportunity!
Starting at $1,850,000 Call for
details!

Victoria Court _2216-_ Partly
furn. 3/2 condo centrally
located in a secure, gated
community with pool! $240,000
Gross

High Vista 1179- Furn. 3/2.5
family home on large, corner
lot. Large kitchen, bonus room,
rear patio and shed. $301,000
Gross

Yamacraw Road East 2214-
Large multi family property with
2 units (currently rented) and
approval for 6 more! Only
steps to beach! $500,000
Gross

Sear’s Road 1187- Furnished
4/3 home ideal for residential or
commercial use. Great
location, solid and in great
condition! $379,000 Gross
($3,500 per month rent)

Camperdown _1164-_ Partial
furnished 4/3 on elevated,
enclosed property. | Custom
kitchen, top of the line
appliances, newly tiled, custom
moldings and more! Reduced
$475,000

Sandyport 2167- Partially
furnished, 4/3.5 canal front
townhouse with =~ SAdiosed
Bahama room, spacious patio,
dock and more! $599,000

Qcean Place _2143- Paradise
Island's newest, most exclusive
residence. World class finishes
and amenities! Now taking
reservations. Starting from the
low $800,000's to over 2
million.

-Lots-

an_Estates-_ Large
single and multifamily parcels
near development boom! Don't
miss out! Call for pricing!
Marsh rbour, Al
AB4029-__2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea. of Abaco
frontage! US$545,000 each

Lo Islan ul
Beachfront near Stella Maris
starting at $150,000

Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
lots starting at $80,000
Exclusive Lubber’s Quarters,
Abaco 8047- 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900 :

For more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.paradisebahamas.com



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would like to thank it’s
customers for this fiscal year.
To show our appreciation
we would like to bring back
our last year promotion:
*We will pay 100% Legal Fees
Exclusively with Dream
Development attorney.
*All in House Plans are FREE
*We will pay constructor all risk
House down payment starts at
$6,500.00.
Duplex starts at $780 Down
Triplex Starts at’ $9,800 Down
* Promotion Ends 30th, April,

2006.
Call 394-8889, 394-8890,
389-7799.





REALTY UTD.

Call 323-2323, 427-3588

Rentals
Sandyport 2/2.5 townhduse
$4,000/m



Sandyport 3/3.5 townhouse
$4,700/m
Sandyport4/3.5 house
$6,000/m
Old Fort . 3/3.5 home
$10,000/m

Delaporte 2b/2b apt. $2,400/m

Homes/Condos
Sandyport 2/3 townhouse
$495K .

Lyford Place 3/3 $2.9 million _

Caves Point 3/3 condo $920K

Cable Beach beachfront home
$3.6 million.

Lots
Off Kemp Road $145K



3-BEDROOMS, 2 BATH APT
with AC and water Gladstone
Rd. Phone 394-5123.

MCKINNEY DR, O
Carmichael Road, 1-bed/ 1-
bath Apt fully furn, utilities
included, cable __ included.
$750/pm. No children.

¢ One partly furnished. $525/pm

Phone: 323-8789 Days, or
361-1160 Eve.

MISTY GARDENS 2-bedroom,
{-bathroom, living & dining
room, A/C, sec bars, enclosed
yard. Water included. First &
last + $200 sec dep, $650 per
month. Tel 392-7786.

No children, no pets..

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LIGHTBOURN REALTY

RENTALS

NEW! Waterfront Estate. 3
bed, 4 bath main home with a 1
bed, 1 bath cottage. Fully
furnished & equipped, A/C,
laundry, garage, pool,
enerator, optional dock space.
10,000/month

NEW! Tamarind Villas -— 1
bed, 1 bath cottage, central
A/C, community pool, _ fully
furnished. $900/month.

NEW! Montagu Villas — 2 bed,
1 bath townhouse. Recently
renovated, furnished, A/C, pool,
gated. $1,800/month.

Treasure Cove. 3 bed, 2 bath
furnished home, stainless steel

appliances, central AC,
screened Bahama _ Room,
Excellent

ated.
condition$3,200/month.

Coral Harbour - Brand new 2
bed, 2.5 bath furnished
townhouse on canal! $1,850.00
month

Coral Harbour — Just
completed, 1 bed/ 1 bath
tastefully furnished unit with

beach and. waterfront view.

$1,400/month.
Mackey St. — 2nd floor office /

warehouse with lift, 2,250 sq. ft.

$2,000.00 month

Cable Beach — 4 bed 3 bath
home with swimming pool and
enclosed landscaped yard.
Offered semi-furnished at,
$3500 per month.

Tel: 393-8630 » Fax: 392-RE38

MUST SEE brand new
beautiful spacious Apt off
Carmichael Road. C/A, ceiling
fan, fridge, stove, washer &
dryer, s/screens, & water
included.

2-bed, 1-bath, $800 per month.
Ms Forbes (day), 323-4488,

323-4495/6, or eve 362-1008. _

Serious inquiries only!

MONTAGU VILLAS, Village
Road, one bedroom House for
rent @ $130 per week or $500
per month. Includes: Elec,
cable, water, air cond, & burglar
In gated community,
security, pool and wash house.
Call 557-5973, 422-0088 or
horne before 8am or after 7pm
363-8888.

MILLAR'S HEIGHTS OFF
CARMICHAEL ROAD West,
unfurnished one bedroom and
bath for rent, $550 per month
inclusive of water. Please call
322-5948, or 457-2200.

NAIL TECHNICIAN needed
and Hair Booth For Rent.
Excellent environment, corner
off Mackey and Shirley Street,
394-3633



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FOR RENT

CABLE BEACHFurnished 2-
bedroom Apt, A/C, ceiling fans,
laundry faciliies. $1,000. Water
incl.

SOLDIER ROAD
NORTH: Unfurnished 2-
bedroom house, with A/C,

ceiling fans, enclosed yard.

SOLDIER ROAD:1.,120sq.ft.
Office space available. $1,500
p/month.

LEEWARD EST:New &
modern. Spacious 2-bed, 2.5-
bath Townhouse with
appliance, central. air, ceiling
fan, Laundry facilities in a quiet
neighbourhood, $2,000. Very
nice.

SEA BREEZE:Tastefully
furnished two storey executive
home, 4-bed, 3-bath with
central-air, large TV room,
laundry room, garage, covered
patio, nicely —_ landscaped,
gardens. $3,500 per month

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
324-3060

For Rent on Long Island
780sq ft Space Ideal for store
or office on the main road.
Highway* Central A/C
More info call
242 337 6226/7

1 FURNISHED ROOM
FOR HENT. FLEASE BO NOT
BRING ANY OTHER
FURNITURE IN ROOM, ONE
SINGLE BACHELOR ONLY.
NO KIDS. NO PETS. OFF
EAST ST ON CROOKED
ISLAND ST JUST AGROSS
FROM A CONVENIENT
STORE QUIET CLEAN
ENCLOSED YARD.

2 BLOCK FROM BUS STOP.
CEILING FAN IN ALL ROOMS,
BEDROOM, FRONT ROOM
‘AND KITCHEN NEWLY
RENOVATED. ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED. LIGTH HOT /
COLD WATER, PHONE,
CABLE. $150 PER WEEK,
$500 TO MOVE IN. WEEKLY
ONLY. CALL MS KEMP
BETWEEN 9AM AND 6PM.
TEL 326-0669.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
water included. Golden Gates
#1. Phone 361-3969, 426-9797.

SANDYPORT - BEACH LANE
fully furnished 3-bed, 3-bath
penthouse Apt with beautiful

views of the canal and ocean,

central air, front and rear
patios office facilities, boat
dock, beach, pools,

tennis courts, et. and 24;hr
sec. $3,500 per month. |;
Tel 327-8135. 4

CHECK YOUR AD: Read your ad. Any :
publication. Should the error inhit
the run date. The Tribune is not

MORLEY REALTY.

LIMITED

Offices For Rent
55 FREDERICK STREET - 560
sq. ft. office -— ready for
occupancy

1¢7~ SHIRLEY STREET - 1,450
to 3,725 s.f. next to Sassoon
House, ready for occupancy

308 EAST BAY STREET -
10,000 sq.ft. beautifully fitted
office space ready for
occupancy

BEAUMONT HOUSE - 1,500 to
30,000 sq.ft. on Bay Street

BRITISH AMERICAN
INSURANCE HOUSE - from
1,500 sf. to 2,375 sq.ft.
finished office space, ready for
occupancy

CHARLOTTE HOUSE - 1,200
sq. ft. and 1,400 sq. ft.

GOODMAN’S BAY - 2,800 sq.
ft. finished office space; 1,700
sq.ft. unfinished space

MALCOLM BUILDING - Bay
Street, 350 sq. ft. ready for
occupancy

ISLAND STATION - 960sq. ft.
newly renovated air-conditioned
office located behind new
police station.

MARITIME HOUSE - 2,000 s-f.
on-Fredrick Street

NORFOLK HOUSE - 2,322 sq.
ft. on Frederick Street.

SHIRLEY HOUSE - 1;289 sq.
ft. on second floor, ready to be

occupied

UNION COURT - 1,000 s¥Jf.
penthouse on corner of Shirley
Street & Elizabeth Avenue

WONG’S PLAZA - Upstairs
offices — ready for immediate
CORED aTeY. 936 sq. ft. - 1,100
sq. ft.

Shops For Rent

EAST BAY SHOPPING
CENTRE - 920 and 1,500 to
4,500 sq. ft.

MADEIRA PLAZA _. ¢former
CIBC space — 5,375 sq. ft

: 1,210
sq. ft. available April 1st

Warehouses For Rent

GOLD CITY - Farrington Road
- 7,068 sq. ft. office and
warehouse for rent.

CHESAPEAKE ROAD - 2,900
sq. ft. warehouse

MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070

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Real Estate

VISTA MARINA: #1662
Renovated spacious 2 bed-
rooms 1-I/2 baths townhouse.
Gas and Water included $1,800

p.m.

TROPICAL GARDENS: #2153
Six brand new townhouses. 2
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths each,
electronic entry gate, security
system. Furnished. $2,000

p.m. ; ;
ORCHARD TERRACE: #2207
Near Blair Estates 2 bedrooms

1-2 baths iownhouses ~-in
excellent condition. Pool.
Furnished. #1,350 p.m.

TREASURE COVE: 3

bedrooms 2 baths house in
gated beachfront community.
Furnished. $3,000p.m.
PARADISE ISLAND: 2
bedrooms 2 baths private Villa.
Tastefully furnished, generator,
2 car garage, pool, security
system $4,000 p .m.

OFFICE SPACE - WEST BAY
STREET 4,340 s/t $9,403.33
p.m. 1,402: s/ft $2,691.83 p.m
(Includes service charges).
Located in First Class building.
Amenities include full standby
generator, security, laminated
hurricane proof windows, high
speed elevator. 572 s/ft $1,926
p.m.; 1,176. s/ft $3,906 p.m.
and 2,144 s/ft $7,490 p.m.
(includes CAM and marketing).

FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800 , 325-3957

MCKINNEY DRIVE, OFF
CARMICHAEL 1-BED, 1-BATH
APT, FULLY FURN, UTILITIES

| INCLUDED, CABLE $750/PM .

ONE PARTLY FURN $525/PM.

PHONE 323-8789 DAYS, OR
361-1160 EVE.

NEW 1-BED, 1-BATH APT,
stereo c/fans, light, water. Fire
Trail Rd. near Sir Milo Butler
Highway. Ph 341-4667 after
6pm.

NEW APT VENUS BAY WEST
2-bed, 1-bath, semi-furnished,
fridge and stove, central air,
sec windows., washer and
dryer on premises. $900
monthly, 1st and last. Contact
362-1586 after 6pm.

SANDILANDS VILLAGE
COTTAGE FOR RENT
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$125 PER WEEK.

TEL 364-4961.

FURN. 2-BEDROOM HOUSE
SOUH BEACH. ENCLOSED
YARD. WATER AND 1ST
TANK OF GAS INCLUDED.
CONTACT 323-4626.

ra FURNISHED. 1-hed Apty yu te

Utilities. $570/pm,o.se0->dep.
$250. Phone 393-6889. |

rrors must be reported the first

= response, credit will apply

able for any loss on expense

REAL ESTATE.
“Your Gated
Community Specialists”
Treasure Cove, Sandyport,
Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay
Let us take care of your
family!



Treasure Cove R1197- New,
furn. 4/2 with many upgrades!
NICE $3,750

Sandyport _R1050-__Newly |.
remodeled, 3/3.5 canal. front
home. $5,500

Treasure Cove R1140- Furn.}1

4/2 with pool and enclosed
yard, near ocean. $4,000

Cable Beach R2212- Furn.,
newly renovated 2/2 in
beachfront complex. $3,500

Carefree R2222- Furn. 2/1
arden apt. in Cable Beach.
1,500

Cable Beach R2086- New,
nicely furn. 2/2.5 townhouse
with enclosed, private yard.
$2,200_

Sandyport_R1189- Furn. 3/3
home on canal with study,
generator, dock and many
upgrades! $7,000

Twynam R2220- ~—-Furn.,
spacious 3/2 in central location.
$2,300

Towers of Cable Beach
R2223- Furn. 2/2 beachfront
condo. Amazing views! $2,500

Treasure Cove R1180-
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500

Old Fort Bay _R1154-
Immaculate 5/4 furn. Home on
canal with 1/1 guest cottage
and pool. $19,000

Caves Point R2153-
3/3.5 condo with
views! $5,000

Furn.
amazing

Seabeach_ Estates R2216-
Furn. 2/1 with private yard.
$1,600 Y

Skyline Lakes R2142- Furn
2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in

the west. Starting at $2,000
Seabeach R2224-. Furn. 2/1.5
townhouse. Spacious . and
close to beach! $1,500

Commercial Rentals

Palmdale _R3038- Approx.
1,000 sq.ft office space,

centrally located. $1,500

For more rental listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
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ONE 3-BED UNFURNISHED
APT, $1,000 per month. Can be
used as warehouse or storage.
Tel 393-0868.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
partly furnished, cable, phone &
water included. Golden Gates
#1. Phone 361-3969, or 426-
9797.

COMING RL.
Tired of staying in stuffy hotels.
have luxurious 4 bed; 3
bathrooms vacation home,
living, dining, den, swimming
pool. Near airport, Disney, Fl
Mall, all other attraction.
Bahamas 242-356-0544,

US 818-470°7237.

PARADISE ISLAND (NEW).
AVAILABLE OR RENT
1 BEDOOM APARTMENT
FURNISHED WITH LAUNDRY
AND POOL FACILITIES,
$1,000/PM.
CALL 363-3307 OR 427-9819:

ONE FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY and .two private
rooms in Oakes field.
Light & water included.
Phone 328-8556.

PARADISE ISLAND beautifully
furnished, newly painted studio



apartment. Sheets, pots &
pans, iron, blender, TV,
telephone. Pool & laundry,

ample parking.
324-1243, or 557-2847.

PARADISE ISLAND STUDIO
CONDO, partially furn, full
kitchen & bath, has commercial
use for discrete office, $1,100
per month.

| Tel:363-0373 (D), 427-0154(N)

PARTLY FURNISHED 7
bedroom Apt for rent. Light and
water included. $300 sec dep,
$650 per month, first and last
month. No kids. Tel 324-2704.

Shop space For Rent
Downtown in a busy area.

Artists, | Craftspersons very
welcome. Make $$$ of your
talents. 5 p/m.
1st/last/security required.

.Limited Spaces.

Tourism is our #1 industry!

Call 364-8204 and reserve your
space today!

Serious Callers Only.

NEW APARTMENT FOR
RENT Carmichael Road West
Include. Water, stove fridge,
AC, B/B alarm/s, cable & phone
lines ready $700 per month &
$400 for-sec dep. 362-1484.

NEW 2-bed Apt Carmichael Rd
West Include water, -stove,
ridge, AC, burglar bar, alarm/s,
cable & phone lines ready,
$700 per. ‘month::&, $400 sec
dep. 362-1484. '

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Executive
Realty

RENTALS
R101 SANDYPORT: 2bed-
2bath Condo ocean and cana
views, $3,000.mtly. :



j 8102 SEABEACH: 2bed-
| 2.5bath townhouse, fully
furnished, pool.
$2,000.mtly.

R103 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 2bed-2.5bath
townhouses, fully furnished
$2,000.mtly. ;

R104 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 2bed-2bath
apartment, fully furnished.
$1,700.mtly.

R105 CORAL HARBOUR: -
Canalfront 2bed-1bath
apartment, furnished.
$1,100.mtly.

R106 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 1bed-ibath
furnished apartment.

$900.mtly.

Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288

SEA BEACH ESTATES
Townhouse fully. furnished
spacious, 5 mins from beach,
central A/C, burglar bars, water,
cable, telephone, _ television,
washer & dryer. $1,500 per
month. 422-2604, 457-1007,
327-0232. é

UNFURNISHED SPACIOUS

2 bed/1 bath apartment.
Millar's Heights off Carmichael
Road. A/C in bedroom, security
bars/screens. $675/month, 1st
and last month + sec deposit
reauired. Tel 359-0089

STAPLEDON GARDENS (near
St Johns College)
2 bed, 1 bath Apt
Quiet family environment
Furnished. $825/mthly
One year lease minimum.
Tel 325-7313/323-4952.

TWO BED, ONE BATH APT
fridge, stove ceiling fans,
burglar bars, A/C wall unit and _
water included. First and last
month rent and: _ security
deposit required. $700/pm,

| $500 sec depo. Call 364-8231.

WINTON HEIGHTS:
2 bed, 1 1/2 bath Townhouse
opposite beach, sec bars, A/C,

fridge/ stove, cable ready.

Fully furnished $1,000/pm.

Call 324-2551.

SANDYPORT, Clipper Island,
2 Bed. 2.5 Baths
Sea View, Dock Space,
Security, Pool, Tennis,
092 1-$2;90G.00-p/mni4
Clst-? SS PH 45b501 Bois



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RENTALS

PROSPECT RIDGE
CONDOMINIUMS -— Penthouse
Spectacular Panoramic Ocean
View 1 bed 1 bath tastefully
furnished pool, gated $1,200.00

Out West Gated — Brand New
Cottage - 2 bed 2bath
Furnished with many extras
$2,500.00

Sandy Port — 2 bed & 3 bed
townhouses available large
patio. area 40 feet of canal
frentage starting at $3,800.00

Olde Towne Sandy Port
Brand new large 3 bed 3 bath
Condo,. — Unfurnished or
Furnished Starting at $3,000.00

Sandy Port Brand New - 3
bed 3 bath
townhouses
$5,000.00

Out West Ocean view — 3 bed
3 bath Villa tastefully furnished
large patio and pool area
$5,000.00

THE GROVE --_ VISTA
MARINA: Spacious Home in
the West, with 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms with a __ large
enclosed yard. $4,000.00 per
month

furnished

Old Fort Villa: Four Thousand
Sq. Ft. beautiful 4 bed, 4.5 bath
villa has separate living and
dining rooms, aids covered
patios, all. three floors have
separate central A.C.. Private
enclosed courtyard lush
flowering trees surrounding
large pool. Private roof- deck

ideal for sunning. 85 ft. dock, 2.

car garages. Totally enclosed
with excellent security and
panoramic views of Old Fort
Bay with beautiful sunsets.
Monthly Rent: $9,500.00

Cable Beach — 2 Bed / 2 Bath
apartment on Estate, with
private garage and access to
pocl and beach. $5,000

WANTED APTS, HOUSES
CONDO FOR RENT EAST OR
WEST -. WE HAVE THE
CLIENTS. Contact Amber
Jacobs

JACK ISAACS -

REAL ESTATE

CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
www.bahamasproperty.com

BRAND NEW 1 bed Apt, A/C,
cable, phoine, bars, good area
5 min from PI, $700.

393-1110, 454-1230, 393-0868

2-BEDROOM APT- First and
last rent. $650, sec dep $300
Joan’s Heights. Call 392-0950.

1-BED FURNISHED APT
Includes water, gas, phone,
central air, $700 per month.
First & Jastu$350 sec.
Phohec325:8476; 424-1802}
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1&2 BEDROO
SPECIOUS APTS,
FOXDALE.

PH: 364-5691 Home After 5pm

35-1119 (wk).

TERRACE, LIGHT, WATER
AND CABLE INCLUDED
HAS FRIDGE AND STOVE,
$550 PER MONTH
$200 DEPOSIT
$1300 AND MOVE IN.
TELEPHONE 324-5314.

SHOP SPACE FOR RENT

CONTACT 326-3746
FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

1-BEDROOM APT, Soldier
Road, fully furnished, A/C,
water & light, no kids, no pets
$550.00/pm Tel 357-8106..

2 NEWLY BUILD 2 bedroom
Apt for rent, $700 a month, 1st
and last, $600 sec dep, incl
water, A/C, burglar bars and
security gates. Phone 322-
3753.

Royal Palm St Culmersville.

1-BEDROOM, AC -- APT,
UNFURNISHED, SINGLE
PERSON —_ OR _- COUPLE,
LIGHT, WATER, LOVESEAT &
CHAIR INCLUDED. $500 PER
MOTH, 1ST AND_ LAST
MONTH RENT + $300 SEC
DEP. NO PETS.

CALL 325-8398.

2-BED, 2-BATH, semi-
furnished apartment,
Westridge, off Cable Beach,
behind Super Value, security
Screen, storm shutters,
porcelain tile, wood ceilings,
fans, central air, patio, walled-in
security lights, $1100 per
month, 1st, last + sec needed.)
Serious. esquires only, 327-
0667 Please leave msg, if no
answer.

2-BEDROOM , BATH, HANNA
RD, a/c in bedrooms fridge,
stove, water included coin
washer, dryer $725/pm. Tel
364-2023. -

2-BEDROOM APT A/C in
master bedroom, water &
washer included. $650/pm.
$400 sec depo. Johnson Road
Estates, 364-6540. .

GRANTANA‘SUB: 2 new cozy,
2-bed, 1 bath, large semi-furn
Apt. Separate living & dining
rooms, tiles, ceiling fans, A/C,
fridge, stove, laundry area.
Security screens, water
incldued. Accsss to generator.
Available May 1st, $750/pm

Tel 392-2146, 454-6604.

MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO:
Office space for rent on Don
Mackey Blvd: 900 sq ft,
$1500.00 per month.

Call 362-1021, Nassau.

HOUSE FOR RENT
4 bedrooms, 2 bath, TV room,
ving room, dining room &
laundry room. Spacious yard.
Must see to appreciate.
Located on Meadows
Boulevard and Winton
Meadows. Please _ serious
Tel contact 364-



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SOUTHWIND GARDENS, 2-
bedrooms, 1-bath, A/C, sec
alarm, water included, $675 per
month, 1st and last month rent
plus $400 sec dep required.
Contact 424-0091 or 477-6586

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM APT
kitchen, bathroom, front room,
walk-in closet, towel closet, air
condition room, burglar bars.

-$500/pm.

Call 357-9544, 356-7710.
VACANT PROPERTY
FOR RENT
CARMICHAEL ROAD.
Ideal for Mechanic Shop,

electrical shop, etc.
Tel: 361-5272 - 361-5642.

STUDIO APARTMENT single
unit off Eastern Road, $550
monthly all utilities included.
Available April 17. Call or 1
acre a message at 393-5778.

1-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill
South, incl: stove, fridge, vert.
blinds, tile, living rm set, bed
furn set , TV, stereo, cent
air.encloed landscaped yard,
sec bar, ceiling fan.

2-BEDROOM APT, Blue hill
South vert. lends, tile sec bar
cen cond enclosed landscaped
yard, water incl, fridge, stove,
ceiing fan. :

Tel 324-2208 after 5pm.
341-0986.

1-BEDROOM APT CARIB
ROAD, furnished. A/C. Weekly
or monthly. Rental $600 per
month. Adults only. Phone 393-
9336, 9am-5pm only.

FURNISHED one bedrooms

apartment in Oakes Field.

Water included. 3
Phone 328-8556.

1-BEDROOM APT
furnished, stove
refrigerator, water, light and
cable included. $550 per
month, first and last and $200
sec dep.

Tel 242-324-5314,

Cell 242-423-7540.

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

A SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM
UNFURNISHED APT IN QUIET
AREA OF GARDEN HILLS #3.
HAS: BURGULAR SCREENS
AND — SECURITY __LIGHT.
WATER AND_ ELECTRICITY
INCLUDED. TELEPHONE AND
CABLE ALREADY INSTALLED
QUIET CHRISTIAN COUPLE

semi-
and

PREFERRED. #341-0550.
LEAVE | MESSAGE IF
NECESSARY. ALL CALLS
WILL BE RETURNED.

2-BEDROOM = APT, sully
furnished air cond, water
included. Soldier Road &

Garden Hills #2, $750 per
month.
Tel 328-1926, 544-3530.

2-BEDROOM APT FOR RENT
Quiet neighborhood, Eastern
District. Include: Washer &
dryer, A/C, 24-hr alarm
monitoring soft. water system,
cable, water, system, cable,
water, front window — blinds.
$850, first & last $850 security.
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2-BED, 1 1/2-BATH
Townhouse Condo,
Cable Beach, A/C, partly
furnished. Patio. $1,000/pm.
Tel 359-1070, 392-8813.





ELDERLY
WANTS TO SHARE RENTAL
OF APT, Johnson Road, Fox
Hill. Light & cable included.
$85.00 per week.
Phone 424-5389.

ROOMATE WANTED. All

utiliies included. $600 monthly,
First, last and security required.
2-storey Condo. 380-8188.




FEMALE NEEDED must be
mature, 30 years or older, able
to work without supervision.
Tel 341-3891. .
A WELL ESTABLISHED,
COMPANY | is
looking to employ = an
aggressive individual for the
position of PRODUCT
MANAGER to direct, promote,
coordinate and manage all
activities relating to a products
brand image. :

Job Description/Experience
Required:

Strong PC skills with emphasis
in Microsoft Office Software as
well as E-Mail correspondence
Excellent Organizational and
Communication Skills

Ability to train and motive staff
Follow detailed supplier
programs and produce reports
on a timely basis.

Monitor competitor pricing and
market factors to identify
positioning and promotional
requirements.

Plan: and carry out promotional
programs and events

Newspaper, TV and _ radio
advertising design and
placement following brand,
guidelines.

Willingness to represent the
company by traveling and
attending brand specific training
courses.

Salary will be based upon level
of qualifications an
experience.

If you believe that you meet the
above profile, please submit a
detailed application outlining
your professional background
and achievements to:

N-CAM, PO Box SS-5597,
Nassau, Bahamas.

LOOKING FOR MAID to care
for five (5) children and light
housework. Call 425-5278 or
323-2409 after 7pm.

LIVE-IN
NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER
Family of 4 including 2 children,
2 years and 6 months. Must
have background in child care
and household.








managing
Should be available by July
2006 when family arrives from
US. Bahamians only need

Apply. Write. Housekeep ar FO

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ORE mR SS
CLIENT/SERVER
PROGRMMER/ANALYST.
Duties include development,
maintenance and support of
system. Must have at least 5
years of experience in VB,
embeded VB, SQL, T-SQL,
SQL Server, SQL 3
Sourcesafe, XML/XSL, ASP.
NET/C##. Must be familiar with

relational database,
client/server and OOT
concepts. Must rely on

experience and judgment to
plan and accomplish goals. A
wide degree of creativity and
latitude is expected. Must be
able to lead and direct the work
of others. Please send
particulars to: PO Box CB-
11093, Nassau, Bahamas.

ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT

required to manage daily
operations of growing
company. Candidate must be
punctual, organized and able to
work with minimal supervision.
Must have in depth knowledge
of Quickbooks and Microsoft
office (Word, Excel, etc).
Excellent communication skills,
and display professionalism at
all times.

‘An Associates Degree in
Business preferred.
Salary and benefits

| commensurate with experience.

Please Fax resume to
362-0900.

CONSULTANT/DOLPHIN
TRAINER
required with at least fifteen
years experience to supervise
the care taking, handling,
training and husbandry~ of
dolphins. Must also supervise,
train and manage animal care
staff. Send detailed resume to:

Personnel. Box SS-6257,
Nassau, Bahamas.

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING
Would you like to learn how to
produce architectural Working
Drawing? Are you _ self-
motivated, goal-oriented,
dream- driven and computer
literate? We are seeking a
select group to train for the
production of architectural
Working Drawings.

Call 356-9080 for interview or
email your resume to:

d | pradesigns @ yahoo.com.

LOCAL . AIR. CONDITIONING
COMPANY IS LOOKING FOR:
MECHANICAL A/C
ESTIMATOR:

* Knowledge in large scale
Project specs understanding
and reading of A/C drawings
and specs able to unit prices
software elaborate list of project
activities, analyze unit prices.

* Knowledge in Excel and
Word.

* References.

All interested persons contact:
(242)356-4315, or PO Box EE-
15284. :

J BUS DRIVER NEEDED
Route 15A

All necessary documentation
are required

Please. call477Q601 or 324,

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Must have a
hygiene &
Culinary skills. Must be able to
prepare American style meals,
follow recipes and instructions
given by supervisor. Clean
lice record (No criminal
istory). Good personality and
easy to get along with. Working
hours 9am to 5pm, three days
per week.
(Mondays/Wednesdays/Fri-
days). Must be — punctual.
Additional duties _include
laundry ironing & moderate
cleaning. Salary $600 per
month. Applicants should fax
resumes to 328-7838 no later
than Tuesday, April 25, 2006.



AID.



COOK/M:

Cotton Bay Developers
Limited
Developers of Cotton Bay
Estates & Villas, Eleuthera, is
looking for an Operator for its
bar and grill at Davis Harbour

Marina. ;
Interested persons — should
submit written request to act as:
Operator of the bar and grill,

- Current Business Licence

- current Food Handler's
Certificate

- Current Health Certificate

- Current Police Certificate

- Passport size Photo

- Three (3) Written References

Please send by mail to :
P. O. Box EL-26040,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.

CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE
FAX RESUME FAX 328-0049.

Employment Opportunity
in Eleuthera

Administrative Assistant

Growing retailing, real estate
and insurance company in
Rock Sound; Eleuthera has an
opportunity for the right person
to join our team. Qualified
person will have a good basic
education, excellent
communication and computing
skills, “be: able to work
independently, be self
motivating and possess the
ability to multi-task with high
energy to get things done.

Responsibilities include
assisting managerial: staff with
various administrative tasks to
ensure. the professional and
efficient operation of the office.

Salary commensurate with
experience. Proficiency in
Microsoft Office advantageous.
Resumes’ may be faxed to
242-334-2280, or

e-mailed — to HYPERLINK
"mailto:rsprop @ coralwave.com
" tsprop @coralwave.com.

HAIR & NAIL TECH BOOTHS
FOR RENT
EXCELLENT ENVIRONMENT
Tel 426-2243 / 326-6138

HANDYMAN needed. Please
call 393-4242.

2 CHINESE CHEFS NEEDED.
APPLY TO PO BOX FH14525,

‘NASSAU. PGIWUY CHINSs

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HARBOURSIDE MARINE LTD
is looking for a qualified person
to fill the position of Parts/Sales
Clerk. experience .with both
Parts Sales and computer skills
are a must. Applicants can fax
their resume to: 242-394-3885.

HELP THE CONSTRUCTION
APPRENTICESHIP
PROGRAMME KEEP
WORKERS EMPLOYED.

TEL: 328-2709, OR 456-7334.

Help Wanted
Live out housekeeper to work
Mon-Fri to take. care of infant
and do light housework.Contact
361-3915/ 422-2133

JITNEY DRIVER needed a for
1996 Coaster Bus. Prefer a
middle age man with a valid
driver's license. Call 423-0409,
324-5850, 364-2969, Ashton
Fowler Jr or Roger at 535-

4913.

JOB WINNING RESUMES®
and Free “Job Interview Tips”
DTP Services @ 322-3791.

K9 HANDLERS NEEDED

For security firm mature,
serious person with clean
police certifcate need to apply.
Call 328-7250.

LOOKING FOR TWO

attractive young — energetic
serious females to work in
sporting lounge. MUST be

computer literate and must be
able to work shift . For more
information please contact Mr.
Rolle at 356-2475.

’ CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
MANAGERS
Minimum 5 years _ verifiable
working experience. Must be
able to supervise a crew and
work efficiently under deadlines
Responsibilities include
scheduling trades material
handling and all phases of
Project Management. Must
have own transportation, be
reliable and dependable. Only
experienced persons need
apply. Open to both local and
foreign persons. Must have

Concrete Finishers
Slab Placement, Flatwork,
Machine experience. Must be
dependable and have a good
working knowledge of concrete.

Must be able to work
independently. Only
experienced persons need
apply. Open to both local and
foreign persons. Rough
Carpenters - must have
experience in commercial

forming. Open to both local and
foreign persons.

Steel Fabricators
Must has experience in both

straight placement and
fabrication, must be able to
tread drawing and work
independently. Must have

management ability. Open to
both local and foreign person.

No Subcontractors need apply.
Must be experienced and
dependable. ober d

Fax:377-0115, 377-0114 office. '

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MARINE MAMMAL CO-
ORDINATOR required with at
least three continuous years of
experience, preferably in
marine mammal _ interactive
programs. Must have a working
knowledge of husbandry, health
care and training using operant
conditioning for marine
mammals. Applicant must have
some . background in _ staff
development and training. Send
detailed resume to: Personnel,

Box SS-6257, Nassau,
Bahamas.
NEED SECURITY OFFICERS

to work nights, must have
experience in this field.
Serious inquires only.
Contact 525-8535, or
debs026 @ hotmail.com
for more info.

Needed Urgenitly-
1 Male Sales Associate
We are a_ growing retail
company, we are offering:
Base Salary, Bonuses, Pension
Plan, Training and lots of
FUN!!!

REQUIREMENTS — Must be
Energetic, Out Going, Mature,
Stable, Hard Working, Well
Groomed, Honest and Reliable.
Between 17-25 years old.
Interested, then call for an
interview

356-4512, 3564514, 325-0234
Or 325-0235. :

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER to
perform household chores and
maintain day to day
operations. Excellent salary
with benefits and paid vacation.
Drivers lucence a plus. Must
be fluent in Spanish.

Tel 324-3140/557-9877.

LADIES ARE YOU a talented
dancer? Exotic dancers needed
for private functions. Serious
inquiries only contact 525-8535
for more info, or
desb026 @ hotmail.com
to apply.

OFFICE v

ASSISTANT

Small, busy and diverse
company urgently needs you!
Duties include, but not limited
to, receptionist, filing, typing,
banking and some accounting
functions. Basic computer skills
necessary. The ideal candidate
will be responsible, — self-
motivated, pleasant and
outgoing. Fax (356-6135) your
resume and cover letter by April
18, 2006.

NEEDED: A Crane Operator.
Please call 357-3294, or 326-
8424.

OFFICE CLERK - Experienced
Office Assistant, must be
dependable, reliable and be
able to work independently.
Must have computer
experience and pleasant phone
manner. Only mature
experienced people. need
apply. Must have own
transportation.
377-0115." °°

Fax. Resume,

B:

Open Call For
Back Ground Singers
International










seeking male or female
background singers for
recording work and live

performance both locally and
abroad in high profile shows.
Must be 18 yrs. or older and
have experience and a strong
image. — Highly experienced
Background singers or singers
with dance experience or
musical instrument skills will be
given preference.



Please submit application with
a full body photo and any
reference material of past work
to HYPERLINK
"mailto:sharpexecasst@ yahoo.
com"

sharpexecasst@yahoo.com for
consideration, or mail by post to
P.O. Box SS-19970 — labeled
AUDITIONS. ONLY Suitable
Candidates selected will be
offered a live audition date.

Submit early to ensure your
spot for this rare opportunity.

PROJECT ESTIMATOR
Experience Estimator, quantity
Surveyor. Must have a proven
track record in construction
costing. Responsibilities will
include reconciliation of job
costs, time tracking, material
handling, must be mature and
settled and looking for a
permanent position. We offer a
competitive salary and benefits.
Local and foreign persons are
welcome to apply. Fax resume
to: 377-0115.

SALES ASSOCIATE
Young fast paced company
looking to employ female Sales
Associates that meet the follow
criteria

Attractive,

appearance

Engaging smile

Well spoken, able to initiate
conversation

Experience in high end retail
sales would be an asset
Genuinely liked people
Lively, outgoing personality

well groomed

Please hand deliver resume,
hoto and references to
aradise Blue Surf shop in the

Marina Village on Paradise
Island.

only applicants who meet all

the above criteria, and submit

all required paperwork will be
considered for an interview. NO

PHONE CALLS.

SALESPERSON needed to
work in clothing store. Phone
394-8544.

SEMI-SKILL ELECTRICIAN
needed. Must have own tools
322-4591 aanytime.

SERVICE UNDERWRITER
REQUIRED. Must be good with
computers, customer
orientated, possess a good
personality and have the ability
to work well with others. Some
marine knowledge preferable.
FAX: 394-8885.

URGENLY NEEDED
Handyman for.general
maintenance. Call 525-0691.

Artist/Songwriter



| TRAINED: CALL 363°1270.

SUITABLE INDIVIDUALS to



be trained. as_ Assistant
Technicians for - carpet,
upholstery and marble
cleaning. To assist technicians

and capable of processing to
technicians. BJC -Math and
English a must. Valid. driver's
license, own transport to & from
office. Able to represent the
company in a_ professional
manager. Starting salary $250
per week resume, police record
to: Prochem, Bahamas, 323-
1694,

NEED EXTRA CASH?
BECOME AN AVON REP AND
EARN UP TO :
50% COMMISSION.
SIGN UP NOW FOR FREE!.
CALL 341-8173.

TWO FIRE’ SPRINKLER
MECHANICS needed. _—s All
qualified persons Fax resume
to 393-5783. Must have a min
of 5 years experience in Pipe
Fitting & Must be able to read
hydromatic calculations.

URGENTLY NEEDED
* NAIL TECHNICIAN
(CHRISTIAN ) TO DO
- NAIL ART.
Basic Salary and Commission.
PHONE 328-1250.

UTILITY WORKERS
Established restaurant requires
a number of utility workers to
bus/clean tables, garbage
handling, receiving stock etc.
Must be willing to work
shifts/work _week-ends &
holidays. Salary minimum
wage plus. Forward resumes
to Lauralee at #356-0333.

VETERINARY ASSISTANT
needed. Please apply in person
at the Animal Clinic on Wulff
Road at East. St. :

BABYSITTER NEEDED.
CONTACT 323-2378/341-6577.

WANTED - energetic, skilled
and willing workmen for a
Landscaping Co. IF YOU ARE
NOT WILLING TO WORK, DO
NOT APPLY. This job requires
ambitious individuals.
Bahamians only or persons
with residency or legal status.
Call 363-1270.

NEEDED: 2 serious
experienced professional
Painters - Salary neg. Call 393-
1057. Please leave a message.

NEEDED:
1 CONCH SALAD MAN
1 PROFESSIONAL COOK.
CALL 294-1044.

A WELL _ ESTABLISHED
BEAUTY SALON "where
visions become a reality" is
seeking to employ a young,
beautiful and talented Nail
Technician please contact Katie
Roberts. Visions of Beauty, Tel
328-1906.

LOOKING
IRRIGATOR.

FOR A

HONEST,
ENERGETIC, WILLING AND
SKILLED IN THE IRRIGATION
FIELD OR A SEMI-SKILLED
PLUMBER... THAT, CAN. .BE





1 write'to Box SS-5534)-."-'=

WANTED
IMMEDIATELY

Advertising Sales Women, you
can make $5,000 weekly.

- We are one of longest
established publishing houses
in the Bahamas looking to hire
several experienced Sales
Women who enjoy the line of
work and at this same time
reap a very good financial
return of 25% as Commission
or $5,000 per week within days
of turning in their contracts and
cheques.

- This book - “Builders of the
Bahamas”, is the largest and
most interesting book to be
produced in the Bahamas to
date. It is expected to be on the
market in time for
Independence 2006. It
measures 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 with
some 350 pages.

- Applicants seeking _ this
position must have some
previous experience in this field
and have a_ super, electric
personality plus their own
reliable transportation.

Please have written references
to show.
Contact:
Builders of the Bahamas. Tel
325-8841, 325-3024.

BOTTLE WATER COMPANY
is looking for 2 Sales Drivers.
Serious inquiries only. Tel 341-
6531, 341-1917 after 6pm.

WANTED INVESTORS
for a Maritime Venture
Guaranteed Retum!!
Serious inquiry only.
Contact 535-1375.

WANTED: Experienced airline
ticketing agent. please rax
resume to: 328-8589. All
inquiries confidential.

~~ WANTED: FREE LANCE __

| cabinetry,

THE TRIBUNE
NET yen an

YOUNG MAN at least 21 ye
old to sell Factory Direct DVD's,
competitive salary. Must be
honest and willing to work
overtime. Call. 544-4273 for
interview. Please only serious
inquiries.



BEAUTY SALON, located in

busy area, is looking for: —-

* 2 Hair Stylis/Cosmotologist

* 1 Nail tech to work on

. Commission or Rent Booth.
Call for 323-2276.

TEACHERS WANTED
Pre / Primary school Teachers.
Must be reliable, - and

trustworthy. Applicants must.
bring in photos. Tel 325-5078,
or write, PO Box SS-5468,
Nassau, Bahamas or

eo Re
BUS DRIVER NEEDED
Route 15A
All necessary documentation
are required
Please call 477-0601 or
324-0212.

CABINETRY/MILL SHOP
requires shop superintendent.
Must have 15 years experience
in joinery and working with
specialized equipment including
W&H Molder WH200, high end



=f,

finishing liaising with clients -

both custom
custom machining
and millwork, shop drawings,
reading architectural drawings,
ordering materials, eye for
detail. Please fax resume to
362-5796.

concerning

ASK FOR MISS KEMP

CHRISTIAN LADY to do
housekeeping, baby-sitting &

AB-2 . Marsh Harbour,
Abaco, Bahamas. Contact 242-
367-2617.

LOOKING FOR LIVE-IN MAID

OGRA Ghee and Nariny. All inquiries kindly
‘1 send letter or interests, or

CALL ALABABA HURRICANE resume to: Live-in Maid. PO
SERVICE, PHONE 324-6007 | fosume ito: Live-in Maid, FC
WANTED: Friendly, reliable | Bahamas. e
and honest person for sales =
position. Must be computer Lene Soret Sal ce
iterate an higly motivated. Call ASSOCIATE CLEANERS
WANTED: LIVE-IN
CAREGIVER to take care of my BUSINESS. TEL 326-1680.
mother who is an_ elderly|——
diabetic woman. The person WANTED
will be Tequired to cook, do SALES PERSONS
house work, iron, accompany MAID
my mother on regular doctor's PUMP ATTENDANTS
visit, and most importantly take CASHIERS
good care of her. Interested WAITRESSES
persons call 636-5585. COOKS

WANTED: Live-in Caretaker to
look after elderly bed-ridden
(diabetic) male. Must be
mature, able to cook, and tidy.
Only Bahamian citizens or
Bahamian residents needed

N | apply. Phone (242)356-4749.

WANTED: MATURE LADY to
live-in to care for elderly lady.
Experience & references
required. Call 557-9160,





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LOOKING .FOR A’ JOB
make the right choice and send
your resume to us and we will
go job hunting for you. |

Send resume to: Bahamas
Employment Agency, PO Box
N10383, Fax 341-5287, or
email: ivyconti@ hotmail.com.

AIR CONDITION TECHNICIAN
needed. Auto A/C ability a plus.
Gall 823-5059: oo wane



maid job, Please apply PO Box



THE TRIBUNE

MOBILE CAR WASH

1 Manager needed with crew.
Serious persons may call
425-1482.

MAID NEEDED. 322-5335.



BEES

Get RID of Stinging Bees
Call for price. 393-3939

EAT MORE! EXERCISE LESS
AND LOSE WEIGHT!
PH:(242)326-1606
CELL (242)557-8665

ROOF REPAIR, DRY WALL
wood and vinyl siding, porches
& decks, interior, exterior
painting, fencing, finish
carpentry. Tel: 525-7257

WINDOW CLEANING
CALL 434-8206

FOR ALL YOUR DISHNET
Direct TV, Pansat Sales
Installation and.Programming.
18”, 24” and 30”.
Satellite dishes. available.
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.

HURRICANE SHUTTERS
Pay on Time
Bahama Colonial/Accordian/

clip-on =

Special Spring Prices -

Alibaba Home Security
Ph/Fax:324-6007.

* DO YOU NEED

Special Auto Parts & Glass

shipped within 24 hrs,. or are

you poking for a quality used

car at an affordable price? —~
Contact:

Auto Parts & Glass Exports
and S & L Auto Sales
“Your Auto Shop of the Future!”
- TELEPHONE - 322-2993
CELL - 456-9097.





BOAT CAPTAIN with more
than 10 years. 558-7411.

GRAPHIC ARTIST seeks
employment, more than 6 years
experience knowledge in all
raphic application programs.
(Photoshop, Freehand, Quark
Xpress in design, etc.) Call
558-2371.
Serious enquiris only!

LADY SEEKING _ DAYS,
WEEKLY OR __EVENING
WORK. PLEASE CALL 392-
1530 ANYTIME.

LADY SEEK PART TIME
EMPLOYMENT, GENERAL
WORK, BABY-SITTING OR

TAKING CARE OF THE
ELDERLY. PHONE ANYTIME,
341-0178/425-4203, TOYA

YOUNG. LADY seeks.

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TEL 392-3043, 636-8400

*PRIVATE COUNSELING
SERVICE FOR BROKEN
RELATIONSHIPS

*MAID/HOUSEKEEPER
SERVICES

“NEED YOUR HOUSES/APT
CLEAN

*STOP THAT CHEATING
HUSBANDMWIFE

*PRIVATE
SERVICE

*PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
*NEED A_JOB FAST, AND

SECURITY

ONE THAT CAN LAST
*CHEUFFEUR, ESCORT
SERVIECS

*DONATE CASH CLOTHING
OR FOOD TO THE LESS
FORTUNATE

“NEED HOUSE APARTMENT
PAINTED? CALL US.
“DEPRESS CONFUSED OR
DISCOURAGE

CALL US 392-3043, 636-8400

AM AN HONEST, RELIABLE
‘person seeking to work on any
job. any hours from Mon-Fn.
Cali 535-0769 ask for Kay.

LADIES seek jobs jive in/out
care for eidariy Nous EKO ING:
babysiting,

el: 322-5029, 325-7905.

‘| LADIES~ seek jobs live-in/out
care for elderly, housekeeping,
baby sitting. 322-5029, 325-

LADY. seeks days. work with
single person also as nanny or
caregiver. Beverly 393-8917,
394-5715 :

UNITED STATES BASED
WINDWARD ISLANDS
NATIONAL SEEKING TO
RETURN.TO THE WARMTH
OF THE CARIBBEAN SEEKS
AN ACCOUNTING OR
ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION

i We NASSAU.

I B
AMERICAN MBA CPA.
CONTACT ANDRE AT
a 8)919-0396.

LADY seeks nght job as front
desk clerk or night babysitting.
Be sure to ask for Ms Curry,
361-7465, Cell 456-8029.

MATURE LADY with 20+ years
experience in banking
administration seeks part-time
work, not necessarily -in
banking field. Excellent written
and oral communication skills,
articulate, highly confidential
and reliable. Computer literate
and can_ start immediately.
Please call 393-2314.

MATURE, 42 YEARS OLD
WOMAN, WHO is
HARDWORKING, _ WILLING,
AND HONEST, SEEKS JOB
AS A LIVE-IN MAID TO TAKE
CARE OF THE HOME,

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HANDWORKING YOUNG
GENTLEMEN seeking position
as a caretaker to a home here
or aboard. Contact 535-0855.

- HARD WORKING LADY
Looking for Housekeeping job.
Part time or full time.
Please call 392-0744

HONEST MATURE LADY seek
days work to iron and clean and

night job. 361-5501, or 454-
0913.
HONEST, MATURE LADY

seeks days work or weeky job
cleaning and ironing. Please
call Kerry at 454-9517. -

CERTIFIED NURSING ASST
CAREGIVER looking for
evenings or night/morning shift.
Phone 392-3087, 525-1033 call
anyttime.

COLLEGE STUDENT WANTS
part time work. Experience in:
A/R, A/P, Excel, Word,

Publishing, Quickbooks,
Accpac, _ counterpoint &
financial statements. Phone

328-1744, 636-5863.

YOUNG LADY seeks job to do
house work/office cleaning . Tel
393-0953, 454-2364.



ATTENTION INVESTORS!!

EARN 3% DAILY ON
DEPOSITS!!

SOLID COMPANY,
PAYING EVERY BUSINESS
DAY SINCE 1998.
VISIT OUR WEBSITE.

http:/Atinyurl.com/zlwjq

LOST IN THE VICINITY
OF _TRADEWINDS, — OFF
EASTERN ROAD, SMALL
BROWN POTCAKE DOG,
WEARING RED COLLAR,
ANSWERS TO THE NAME OF

HARRY. REWARD OFFERED
CALL: 364-2692 OR 324-1291

- MATHS ¢ LANGUAGE
READING LSetuGay, Only)
AGES: 5 TO 1

- SPACES LIMITED
CALL: 364-3267 OR 393-2809
AFTER 4PM.

Computer Courses -
Learning Resources and







-1) Heavy Duty Osterizer

fo Tel 341-1716 after 6pm: —

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 39

FINAL PATIO SALE
VISTA BELLA, CABLE BEACH
BLENDER, CUSHIONS,
KITCHEN & BATH ITEMS,
LADIES CLOTHING,
SUITABLES,
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
CALL 327-1826.

MONDAY, APRIL 17TH
FROM 10AM - 7PM
Full/double bed with mattress, 2
single beds (for girls) with
maitresses, with box spring &
mattress, chest of drawers,
bureau, —_ sectional with
living room furniture




recliners,
computer table (solid wood), 3
study tables, 2 side tables,

bookcases,

standing _ fans,
washer/dryer,

microwave,

electric stove (ceramic glass

top), exercise equipment,
laptop computer (older model),
5 bar stools/chairs, misc.
household.
Leaving the Island.

Blue Hill Estates, behind City
Market at roundabout; at top of
hill turn right; 3rd_ left (Crispin
St) House #5 (yellow and
white). 341-6642



ARTICLES SALE
TV Room Set (incl: 3-pe set, TV

table, etc) $200
3 Single Khaki
Curtain $25 —~
5 Single cranberry wide tab sail
cloth curtains $25
Coffee Table made of heavy
wood (glass top) $450 .
Tall standing lamp (wooden
with white sheds) $175
DVD Player $50

TEL 364-1529, 324-3492.

Sail Cloth



COCONUT TREES
All size, golden and green.
Tel 324-6007



FOR SALE

Blender - $20.00
2) RCA Satellite Receiver
: 20.00

3) Four Suitcases
8.00 each
4) Bathroom sets
- From $20.00 and up
5) Ladies Dresses. Blouses,
pants, Sizes a and 10 -
From $5.00 and up
6) Kitchen items
- From $1.00 and up
7) Numerous Cushions
- From $1.00 and up
8) RCA 27” Colour Television
$ 300.

9) Sheets, Towels, pillows, etc.
- From $1 .00 and up.
Sale at Vista Bella,
Call Telephone 327-1826

USED CELL PHONES
with cargers only $85.00.
Cell 535-5767.

FOR SALE
Elegant, Cinderella Wedding
Gown $350 - Size 16
Tel 341-1716 after 7pm.






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See iter ea $300.













FOR SALE
Kimberlee Antique
Front: Room set

3 pieces
Excellent condition
$2;500.00
Telelephone 364-3477

FOR SALE
Queen Size bed with bedhead
white trim with gold. $200
Dresser with mirror white trim
with gold. $150



Center table $50
Call 395-0937, 341-4184

FOR SALE
Sofa, loveseat & chair with 6
FREE throw cushions -
$325.00. Glass table with 4
chairs - $225.00
Call 325-4038 after 6PM

ITEMS FOR SALE
Brother sewing machine
(slightly used) still in box $180

3 piece -Tectinics component
stereo set (5-CD changer, tape
deck and- amplifier) and
speakers (exc cond) $350

Used Gateway computer &
printer in excellent condition
(suitable for a child's school
work) $350

Satellite system, dish & -CD
$400 Stainless steel pot set
(like new) $250

Tel 361-1857 after 5pm.

BRAND NEW PANSAT 2700
satellite receivers
$350 with switch 18”, 24” , 30”
Satellite Dishes Available.
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.

KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA
4mp 12x ZOOM + $225.
Insignia 9” LCD DVD player.
Like new $200.
Phone 535-5338.

Ladies Huffy Red bicycle
$100.00

Syroco
(2) White aoe chairs

(plastic) ;
Excellent condition $50.00
Ph: 323-6895

TENT SALE IN FRONT YARD
Items from $1 - $10
Rose St, Fox Hill.
Phone 324-1392.

NATIVE MIX
(Dominic/Leghorn)
PHONE 324-6007

Pink RAZR V3 Phone $325
BRAND NEW
Features Video and_ digital
camera/Bluetooth ready and

more

w/charger and headset
Call 324-5026 9am-5pm

FOR SALE

Brand new Panoramic
360 degree Optic Lens;
ideal for the Internet,
Plus Tripod for Camera.
“Cost price $600.00,"
Will sell’ for $300.00.
Call George at 327- “1826. es




Phone 352-23316 or 557-6355






TWO SPEAKERS top end by
Sansui 12" woofer, 2 mid range
25/8, 2 tweeters, 2 1/8 with
sound control 100° watt
excellent condition $300 for
both. 13" Colour TV with
remote $60. Tel 363-2587.

BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
USED OFFICE FURNITURE
FOR SALE

Desk Vaiued $2,500 for $500
Desk Valued $1, 000 for $200
Contact Tenercha or Jessica @
356-4040, 427-7290 for
viewing.

FOR SALE
CELLULAR TELEPHONE
Nokia Model #6120i w/charger
$90
Nokia 3320 w/accessories
charger, belt clip, leather ease,
car adapter $225
Seagate SATA 40 GB Hard

Drive New $75
Phone 302-4641.

ITEMS FOR SALE
Dresser $225
Small armoir $225
Computer Cabinet $350
2 Drawer File Cabinet $100
1 Secretarial Chair $100
1 Storage Cabinet $300
Make Offers.
Tel 393-4869

A-1 PAYLESS
TODAY TO SUNDAY
Fam. Fridge $299 - $400
New Treadmill 1/2 price $500
Sea 30in elec Stove new
399
Whirlpool Washer $250
Stack Washer Dryer $500
Clothes Dryers $250
Computer complete w/XP $250
Computer complete with Printer
$250
Monitor $60
18cu ft upright Freezer $350
Elec Scooter or wheel chair
$499
Wheel
$275
TV cable 10-19-25-32 $100-
425

Water Cooler 5 gal $125
Queen Sofa Bed $250
Mattress
King/Queen/Single $150
Single bed fold-up $150
Filing Cabinet 2-draws $50
Exercise Bike $99

6- Gim Exercise

chair/crotch /walker

set,

Equip

pc
$499Elec Tread Mill $375
Tel 362-6040







Cia yAN ND
BAHAMA
CLASSIFIED

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
FOR SALE
1/2 Acre, near 190ft on street

_» «| Situated in Downtown,.Freepact.

2 One Lot from’ The Mall;-2%
between two banks.





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SIRbahamas.com |
Sv PREV GAGE Pe GEA PIRES

OceAN CLUB
RESIDENCES #887

On 1 , & Only C Oce
Only 5 apartrnents
begin at $1,850,000.

¢ Hicu Vista #3139
impecaable 2 bed 2. bath wi
study/nursery. Refined details
and finishes, luxury master
suite, marble baths, enchanting
pool, Jush landscape & much
more. $435,000. Nick
Damvianes, 247.427.9778

EXCLUSIVE .

SANDYPORT #3188 One
of a kind, large. 2 bed, 25

dalconias overlooking
waterway and views of
voort Bay. B+

RoyaLtt BEACH
ESTATES #122 Beautiful, 2
2 bath corde on the

beach at South Ocean,
Ocean views, Infinity pcol,
Private gated cornmunity
oppesite new goif course.
495.000. Virginia Damianos,
242.322.2305,

@ REDUCED
OD Fort Bay CANALFRONT #3055 A casual
yet sophisticated ambience infuses this 4 bedroom 5 1/2
bath Colonial style home. Expansive verandahs, lush
landscaped grounds, pool, small beach and private dock.
Be Private gated community with Clubhouse. Reduced to
§ US$ 1,825,000. Richard Sawyer: 242.359.0367

‘THe RESIDENCES AT
ATLANTIS, PARADISE
ISLAND # 29 33
‘Uiraduxurious, designer fur-
nished condominium hotel,
Superd dining, gaming, enter-
tainment & more. Frc
at S$685,606.

OckaNn Ciup Estates
Beautiful 1/2 acre golf course
lot comes with ail the amen
ties of the Atlantis Resort and
Spa and the One & Only
Ocean Chib Resort and Spa:
PEO Oe oe Carroll.
242.322.230:

Vista MARINA #8467
Spacious. 5 bed 4 bath horne,
perfect for a growing family.
Marble flooring, walk-in clos-
ets, Master bath jacuzzi and
hurricane shutters. Swimming
pool and y landscaped

yard. $450,000. Mark Hussey, j

242.457.4308

West Bay STREET
#1034 Two storey 3 bed 2.5
bath family home with office.
j Great ocean views, gazebo,

deck, two 2.5 ton central A/C,
automatic generator & more.
$925,000. George Darnianas,
242.362.4211

EXCLUSIVE

East Bay ON THE
HARBOUR #3234
Batiamian home with 100 feet
of bulkhead by 300 feet deep;
opposite East Villa Restaurant.
Elevated with gorgeous views
of Paradise is. Open Zoni
Price upon inquiry. Virginia
EXCLUSIVE Damianas, 242.322.2305

Lots & ACREAGE

WESTWINDS Duplex lots 60'x 100’ fram $80,060.
YAMACRAW ROAD Single & muhfamily lots ~ 80'x 100. He
down. Financing availab' ii. Prices start at $82.00!
SoutTH OCEAN Single & cult -family lots from oon.
JACARANDA Residential lots 90’ x 120' frorn $129,000,
Winton MEApows dential lot 6,000 sa. ft. $120,600.
ELEUTHERA Oceanfront lot 90° x 170° - $130,000,
InpIGo Residential iots 60’ x 120" from $150,000. Triplex ict
$170,006. Community pool, tennis courts & gated entrance.
SANDYPORT Lols in last phase trorn $205,000. ‘
Great Harsour Cay Waterfront lot 130’ x 330°. $275,000.
Lyporp Cay Prime reside jot, 150° x 150°. $625,000.



“Sekt | THE TRIBUNE

Nea

ges con TIONAL sername

OcEAN Pace,
PARADISE ISLAND
#2558 Harbourtront 2 and 3

: bed luxury y condominiums,

AG Concierge Desk, Business
Center Resort Amenities &
Dack slip available, Pre-con-
struction prices. Frorr:
$879,560.

OcEAN CiuB Estates
#2476 Attractively. designed
hree bed 45 bath luxury golf
course residence on elevated
property that slopes gently to
a lake below, 554,500,006.
Virginia Damianos,
242.322.2305

Norry enpb, Car
IsLaAND #3173 Thirty
acres of beautiful hiitep land
with 150 foot elevation and
stunning views of the sea. One
of the best hilltop. parcels
avaiable in the Bahamas.
US$995,000. George
Damianos, 242,362.42 1 |

WINTON TERRACE
#1225 Spacious 3 bed 3
bath townhouse. {st floor 2
bedrooms, 2 baths, spiral stair-
' case to 2nd floor loft with
bath. Large balcony overiook-
Jing pool, Gated Bldg. Recuced
16°33 15,000, Virgi oe
Damianos, 242.322.2305

WINDERMERE -
ISLAND, ELEUTHERA
#3185 Charming 2 bed 25
bath island home in gated com-
munity. Large living and’ dining
@ areas with spacious decks an

-porches, Atlantic Ocean views.
$1,100,006. Joriatha ar, Morris,
242.332.2820 ;

RENTALS

SANDYPORT Chpper island fb i canalfrontapt $2,006.
Our East Townhouse 2b 3b, gated, pool, immaculate. $2,750.
DELAPORTE Oceanfront 3b 3b, sea views. $3,500.
BRIGADOON Estates Furn or unfurn 3b 2b wistudy. $4000.
SEAPOINTE 2b 3b townhouse, private community. $5,090.
SANDYPORT Executive canalfront 3b 3.55, dackslip. $7,600.
PARADISE Is. Mbrfront 3 bed 3 bath apt, dock slip. $7,500,
IsLANDS at OLD Fort Bay Key West, Florida styie water-
front 3b 3b cottage, boat. dock great views. $8,000.

SANDY PORT Executive canalfront 4b 4.55, dockslip, 510,000..
PaRavise# Is. Outstanding luxury home, 4b, 4.55, theatre, pias-.
maTV's in ali bedrooms, custern kitchen, pool & more. $12,000.



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Captured prisoner
‘named Van ae
as smuggler of
hacksaw blades’

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By MARK HUMES —__

PRINCIPAL Officer Van

Johnson was identified by pris-

oner Barry Parcoi as the indi-
vidual who smuggled hacksaw
blades into the prison, blades
which may have been used in
their early morning breakout.

The surprising revelation
came yesterday from ASP
James Farrington, who told of
how, after being captured, Bar-
ry Parcoi pleaded with him,
“please don’t let them kill me.”

Wakened by prison sirens
around 4 o’clock on the morn-
ing of the breakout, ASP Far-
rington described how he was
driving on Yamacraw. Road
from his home on the prison
grounds and heard a voice say,
“Stop!” and the “Bam!” of what
sounded like a gunshot.

With his service revolver in
hand and his night vision gog-
gles in place, he spotted Prison
Guard Sandy Mackey in front
of a man, who he later discov-
ered to be Neil Brown.

Farrington said, to Mackey’s
immediate right, he saw two
other persons heading south
through the bushes.

He drew his revolver and'shot
at one. One of these persons he
believed was hit in the leg.

According to Farrington, an
individual to the right of the
shot man started saying, “Offi-
cer, please don’t kill me.”




He said he recognized the
person to be Barry Parcoi, and
he asked him, “What are you
doing here?”

When Parcoi saw him,
according to Farrington, he said,

“Mr Farrington, please don’t

kill me, please.”
All of the men, the officer
said, were searched, but none

‘of the items were turned over to

him and he never asked for any.

Farrington said that all of the
prisoners were handcuffed and
lying face down while waiting
on the bus to arrive, and when
word of Officer Bowles’ death
trickled out to officers in the
Yamacraw Road area, he told
the court that the scene became
chaotic.

At that point, the officer said,
everybody rushed the inmates
and started to beat them.

He told the court that he tried
to tell the angry officers that
they could not “do this”
because the prisoners were
already restrained and that they
had to get them back to the
prison. No one listened to him,
he said.

Eventually, ASP Farrington
said, the prisowers were put on

- the bus, but the bus had diffi-

culty leaving Yamacraw Road
because angry officers sur-
rounded the bus and held it up
for about 5 to 6 minutes.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006














































@ BLIND man Pierre Joseph sits in the door of what he used to call home, after the vir-
tually abandoned Haitian village in Cool Acres was destroyed by fire. He .was later sent to

the detention centre.





@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter

(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)

the wind factor,” Mr Evans said.
Inspector Bradley Knowles, administrator
at the Fire Services Branch, added that fire





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Pastor under
investigation over
alleged sexual
relationship with
15-year-old girl

A PASTOR is under police
investigation after a family
claimed he was having a sexual
relationship with their 15-year-
old daughter:

The Baptist minister was con-
fronted at his church on Sun-
day by male relatives who
claimed he sent obscene text
messages to the girl.

In them, it was claimed, he
had made indecent references
to a part of his anatomy.

Family sources claimed that
the pastor had been molesting
the girl over a. 15-month period,
during which time he was sup-
posed to be counselling her. °

-Yesterday, Chief Supt Mar-
vin Dames, officer-in-charge of
CDU, confirmed that a com-
plaint had been filed. He said
he was not able to discuss the

. matter further:

According to a relative, the
girl had confessed to a church
member and her mother about
the affair. .

The girl’s family had noticed
behavioural changes that
aroused their suspicion. They

also felt that, the pastor had

become “over-enthusiastic” in
his dealings with the girl.
When confronted, the girl

‘had admitted the relationship,

but indicated there was.“‘a level
of coercion” on the pastor’s
part. : a as

It was also claimed that the
girl had turned over a cellphone
which contained numerous
voice and text messages
between her and the pastor.

Upon viewing the messages,
the family went to the church
to question the pastor on Sun-
day morning.

A source claimed that male
relatives, some armed with cut-

SEE page 14



FIRE blazed through the ruins of an aban-
doned Haitian village yesterday in Cool
Acres, threatening the surrounding homes
and drawing attention to the plight of
Haitians living in the Bahamas. :

Press officer, Inspector Walter Evans, said
that police were alerted on Tuesday evening
that the area had been engulfed in flames.

Given the nature of the area, and the Mr Knowles said that water pressure has
potential of the fire spreading, Mr Evans been a problem in that area for quite some
said, fire services immediately dispatched _ tite.
three fire trucks to put out the blaze. “Water and Sewerage has been trying to

He said that they were able to contain the address the problem for many years. The
fire before it could cause‘damage to neigh- _ Eastern area is a problematic area when it
bouring homes. comes to water supply and this is why Water

No one was injured in the fire.
“We were very much concerned about SEE page 14

fighters’ efforts were hampered ‘by the low
water pressure which is typical of the East-
ern area.

“It posed a serious danger to the com-
munity and was a challenge for the fire
department. Fortunately we were able to
get the perimeter secured and protect the.
homes nearby,” he said.
















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Suspects
wanted for
separate
rape cases



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@ THE fire branch of the Royal Bahamas Police Force was called to the Fox
Hill area to tackle a blaze in a Haitian settlement overnight



& SMOKING remains of the Haitian settlement, which was destroyed



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after blaze



@ THE fire quickly blazed out of control
(Photos: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)

FAMILIES © yesterday
expressed concern after a fire
at a Haitian settlement in Nas-
sau spread out of control.

The blaze at the Joe Far-
rington Road site erupted
between Kool Acres and La
Bamba Street.

Neighbours say fires at the
shanty community have got
out of control before.

“They know they are not
supposed to set fires, so they
do it after sundown,” said a
source.

“They know the fire depart-
ment won’t come out at night.
We’ve been putting up with
garbage burning smell every

5h,

night for over a week now.
“My husband says it’s easy
to get mad with the Haitians,
but really it’s the government’s
fault for allowing these villages
to exist in the first place.”
The site was in the news
some months ago when neigh-

bours claimed that bodies of *

humans and dogs were being -:

burned in pits.

The residents claimed the
value of their property was
being affected by the spread .
of the settlement.

Among other complaints
was that, with no toilet facili-
ties, human waste was pollut-
ing local well water. .





@ JAMAL Green

POLICE are searching for °
two men wanted in connection
with separate alleged rape inci- |
dents. oe

Jean Charles of Key West
Street and Jamal Green of
Cambridge. Lane are both con- °
sidered armed and dangerous. *
according to police.

Charles and Green are both |
described as being of dark:'
brown complexion, 5 foot 10 in
height, with a weight of 195 Ibs.

Green is also wanted in con-
nection with an armed robbery
and a burglary.

The Central Detective Unit
is asking the public’s assistance
in locating these two suspects.

Persons with any information
on the men’s whereabouts are
asked:to contact the CDU at
502-9991, the Police Control
Room at 322-3333, Crime Stop-
pers at 328- 8474 or their near-
est police station.



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Residential ©
facilities —
‘must be.
registered’

THE Ministry of Social Ser-
vices and Community Devel-
opment has advised the public
that all facilities providing resi-
dential care. must be registered
and licenced.

This, the ministry said, is pur-
suant to Sections II and IV of
the Residential Care Establish-
ment Act, 2003, and in accor-
dance with the Residential Care
Establishment Regulations,
2005.

The Residential Care Estab-
lishment Licensing Authority
Office, located on Eighth Ter-
race off Collins Avenue, is open
for the submission of applica-
tions for registration and licens-
ing of all facilities Monday
through Friday between 9am
and 4pm.

Persons with questions were
asked to call 323-1245-7.

Eight
Haitian
nationals
arrested

POLICE yesterday appre-
hended eight Haitian nationals
who are suspected of being in
the country illegally.

They have been detained at
the Carmichael Road Deten-
tion Centre and are awaiting
processing.

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In brief

Juveniles
on weapons

charge
denied bail

TWO juveniles were denied
bail yesterday in connection
with a weapons charge.

A 17-year-old and a 15-year-
old were arraigned in Juvenile
Court on the charge of posses-
sion of an unlicensed firearm.

It was alleged that on Mon-:

day, April 10 the two teens were
in possession of an unlicensed
.32 Smith and Wesson revolver.

The 17-year-old was also
charged with causing danger-
ous harm. He was remanded to
Her Majesty’s prison for a peri-
od of seven days.

The 15-year-old was sent to
the Simpson Penn Center for
Boys, also for a period of seven
days.

They will return to court on
April 19.

Man shot
in shoulder
in hospital

A YOUNG man is in the

intensive care unit of the
Princess Margaret Hospital
after being shot in the right
shoulder when a gun went off.

Police say the man and three
of his friends were in a home
in the Chippingham area on
Monday evening when thei inci-
dent took place.

* One of the young men
reportedly had a .37 revolver in
his possession.

While the details are unclear,
the gun is thought to have
somehow gone off, injuring the
victim in the upper right shoul-
der.

He was rushed to the hospital
where he remains in serious
condition.

Investigations continue.

Victim
recovering
from stab
wounds

A MAN is recovering from

stab wounds in the Princess
Margaret Hospital after he was
reportedly attacked while walk-
ing along a dirt track road near
Shellfish Road in Golden Gates.

Policé believe the victim was
approached by another man
who stabbed him in the back.

A motive has not yet been
established and police investi-
gations continue.

AK-47

assault
rifle is
confiscated

POLICE report confiscating
an AK-47 assault rifle with 28
live rounds while executing a
search warrant on a Roberts
Street home in Nassau Village.

An 18-year-old man has been
taken into police custody in con-

‘ nection with the find.

Man |
discovers
body of his
brother

THE decomposed body of a
middle aged man was discov-
ered in a home on Foster Street
on Sunday.

Police say the body of the

man, believed to have been an
epileptic, was discovered by his
brother.

Foul play is not suspected.

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Call for resignation of G

@ By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

THE Grand Bahama
Human Rights Association
called yesterday for the resig-
nation of Immigration Minister
Shane Gibson and expresses
its “profound” disgust over the
“terrorist and gestapo-like tac-
tics in the enforcement of the
immigration laws of the
Bahamas.”

It claimed that no black per-
son, be they Bahamian or oth-
erwise is safe in the Bahamas
anymore, as at anytime any
number of black people may
be rounded up, abused and
detained with the Bahamians
and legal immigrants being
processed “back into circula-
tion.”

The GBHRA was com-
menting on the arrest and

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Human rights group criticises Immigration Minister



detention of illegal immigrants
last Friday in a raid in which
140 persons were wrongfully
detained.

“We call upon Minister Gib-
son, if he does not resign, to

stop arbitrary and illegal raids .

and to conduct the adminis-
tration of his Ministry”
proper manner, “without cater-
ing to the politics of an election
campaign.

“Arbitrary raids which instil
terror in the Haitian/Bahamian
community are illegal, morally
reprehensible and politically
contemptible,” it said.

The organization said the
fact that Minister Gibson finds
it acceptable to “haul hundreds

- of innocent and law-abiding

in a

people away in the still of the
night, to separate children
from their parents, to expose
human beings to abuse, loss of
their property and loss of their
dignity, is a national disgrace
and he should forthwith
resign”.

The GBHRA accused Mr
Gibson of using that law to
“strike terror and fear” in the
population. ,

In the Association’s view
Shane Gibson was ‘“‘a menace
to our democracy.”

Mr Gibson, however, has
defended the decision of the
department to detain the
group of Haitians in question
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Italy’s fractured politics

SINCE 2001, Prime Minister Silvio Berlus-
coni has presided over the longest-se rving gov-
ernment of Italy’s post-World War \II history.
But he failed in translating that stability into a
re-election victory this week because of his
inability to invigorate Italy’s sluggish «economy.

Romano Prodi, leader of the centre-left
coalition that prevailed, will now get:,a chance
to spur the economy, which showed n 0 expan-
sion in 2005. The election was the closest in
Italy’s history, with just 25,000 votes mut of
more than 38 million cast separating the two
sides, and Berlusconi has refused to coricede.

Prodi’s coalition ranges from Chistian
Democrats in the centre to Greens and ‘Com-
munists on the left. Keeping them unite:d will
be no easy task, and some observers ir Italy
are predicting a short life for his goverrument,
followed by new elections. .

But according to University of Bologna
political science professor Gianifranco
Pasquino, it is the lesson of 1998 that might
instil discipline in the coalition. Prodi’s depar-
ture in 1998 was followed by weak go vern-
ments and then an election victory for By =rlus-
coni’s centre-right coalition, There wiill be
great pressure-on all elements of Prindi’s
alliance to keep that from happenings nce
more.

Prodi’s chief prescription for revivin'g the
Italian economy, the third largest in the euro
belt, is to lower the payroll taxes that emjploy-

ers have to pay when they take on new work-,

ers. Another campaign promise is to increase
benefits for families having babies, as a way to

increase Italy’s low birthrate. Pasquino, who is .

now a visiting professor at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity’s School of Advanced International
Studies, said Prodi will try to reduce the
nation’s budget deficit by going after tax delin-
quents. He said it is estimated that $120 billion
in taxes goes uncollected.

Prodi, who once led a major European con-
glomerate and also served as president of the
European Commission, made it clear in the
campaign that he would orient Italy more
toward its European neighbours than toward
the United States. But America’s war in Iraq,
which Berlusconi supported and contributed
Italian troops to, receded as an issue once
Berlusconi said that all Italian troops would
leave Iraq by the end of the year.

The formation of a Prodi government is
complicated both by the closeness of the vote
and the imminent changing of the guard in
Italy’s presidency. The current president, Car-
lo Azeglio Ciampi, leaves office May 11 and
has said he will leave to his successor the right
to give a mandate to the winning coalition to
form a new government. Italy’s leaders owe it
to their countrymen whose aspirations have
been dimmed by the flat economy to act as
quickly as possible to form a government capa-
ble of making needed reforms.

Hard sell for cell phones

According to a recent survey, 90 per cent
of people who are still not completely com-
fortable with colour television believe th at cell
phones are the work of Satan. ° :

Actually, I-made.that-survey. up, but: rT think
it’s safe to say that there’s a portion «cf the
population that hates cell phones and a ( much
larger) segment that loves them. i

Lrecently had to replace our easy-to-oj perate
cell phones because the technology that made
them work was more than six months olld and
therefore woefully outdated. My plan \was to
buy us two phones that offered only th¢> most
basic of functions. I use my cell phorie pri-
marily to accept golf invitations and /to dis-
cover that my mother needs two fresh ¢ ‘artons
of chocolate ice cream. My wife uses h ter cell
phone to add ballast to her purse. She’s . afraid
to turn the thing on because someone might
call her and she wouldn’t know how to aimswer.

“I want two basic cell phones,” I said. to the
salesman. “No picture-taking capabil ity, no,
text-messaging, no Internet, no video , games,
no ringer options that include some of the
more suggestive lyrics of 50 Cent.”

The salesman looked at me as if I i 1ad just
abducted his child.

“We don’t have cell phones like, that in
stock,” he said icily. “I’ll have to order t hem for
you.” (“Or you could just slowly back. out the

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was the unspoken message).

I thought quickly. If I told him to order the
cell phones, I would have to come back to the
store.a second time, thereby giving the sales-
man a good clean shot at me with his Taser or
whatever other weapon he had concealed
behind the counter. Better to get more expen-
sive phones with options we will never under-
stand, let alone use, than risk that kind of
exposure.

As it turned out, I had 1: go back to the
cell-phone store several times anyway because
I could not decipher the instruction manual.

As it-stands today, I can make and receive
calls on my cell phone, but I cannot retrieve
messages. That particular function is covered
on page 253 of my Operator’s Manual, and so
far I have not been able to summon the
courage.

My wife’s new.cell phone sits on the coffee
table, in its original packaging, mocking us
and everyone like us who is both intimidated
and perplexed by some aspects of modern
technology.

Another trip to the cell-phone store is loom-
ing.

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Guana Cay:
progress at
what price?

EDITOR, The Tribune

YOU are, of course, well
aware of the reaction to your
proposed development on the
North End of Guana Cay.
This has ranged from the
impassioned “over my dead
body” to the cry from the
heart, “please don’t do this to
my special island”.

This letter is to ask you to
put yourselves into the minds
and hearts of the people of
Guana Cay who seek only to
preserve their fragile environ-
ment for the enjoyment of
future generations of locals

' and visitors.

You may call them naive
but they plead with you to
look at your project from a
perspective other than that of
making a buck. Or, more
accurately, making an obscene
amount of bucks, as the 150

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acres of Crown land alone,
reportedly acquired for one
thousand per ace, will in part,
be sold for two to ten million
per acres.

Guana Cay is unique. It
has been called the last out-
post of serenity. In spite of
some minor encroachments
it is still retaining qualities

which, to the caring and .
‘ in-this venture the quaintness,
‘ the simplicity, the pristine
' reefs, the unique quality of

observant, speaks of its sim-
ple past and of the
ephemoral nature of its envi-
ronment.

At its northern end nature
has, like a great poet, pro-
duced the greatest effects with
fewest materials: sun, sand,
reefs, water and trees, that is

all. It would be a desecration
to impose a California-type
mega development on this
unspoiled:area.

Economic benefits, if any,

_ could never compensate for

the loss of this piece of Par-
adise.

The people of Guana Cay
want to preserve their island
for the enjoyment of their chil-
dren and yours. They contend
that you could make as many
bucks — that, of course, being
your prime motivation — on
larger islands with existing
infrastructure. If you. persist

Guana Cay will be lost forev-
er.

CHESTER THOMPSON
Nassau
April 3 2006

Clarification

on matters o
agriculture

EDITOR, The Tribune

’ I would be grateful if you

would publish the following .

letter which clarifies two fac-
tual errors regarding the rela-
tive size and value of agricul-
tural production between Mia-
mi-Dade and the Bahamas
published in an article in the

Business Section of The Tri-
bune Tuesday, April 4, 2006. .

Ina telephone interview
with a Tribune reporter, I
attempted to illustrate the
potential of the Bahamian
Agricultural sector with a
comparison. I used Miami-

Dade County, because of its

similar climate, soil and crops

to make the case. I compared.

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tural sector with the quantity.
of agricultural land in the

Bahamas and the value of our
country’s agricultural sector.
Unfortunately the figures
for the quantity of land under
cultivation in Miami-Dade
and the value of the Bahamian
agricultural sector were erro-
neously reported.
Miami-Dade has approxi-

mately 85,000 acres of land-

under permanent, cultivation
(not 850,000 as reported) with
an annual agricultural output
of approximately $1 billion.

_and I trust the readi



aff
oy i‘ Re

The Bahamas (not New Prov-
idence) has approximately

238,000 acres of agricultural

land and an annual agricultur-
al output of $45 million (not
$450 million as reported).

Thank you for clarifying .
public
takes note of the relative sizes
and values and the underly-
ing thrust of my argument,
which were accurately reflect-
ed.

EARL DEVEAUX
Nassau
April 2006





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In brief

warning on
outdoor
fires

THE Royal Bahamas
Police Force has issued a
warning asking the public to
refrain from lighting outdoor
fires and urging parents to
monitor their children dur-
ing the Easter Holiday.

Inspector Walter Evans
said that police are aware
that some persons clean out
their homes at this time of
year, and sometimes burn
discarded items.

“As we move toward the
Easter Holiday weekend, we
just want to encourage mem-
bers of the public not to light

outdoor fires; it is an
offence.”
He added: “Always

ensure that children are
properly supervised, ensure
that they are safe, that you
know what they are doing
and where they are going.
Do not allow them to play
with matches or around
open flames.

“We believe that if chil-
dren are allowed to be unsu-
pervised, then it can result
in a situation that is not
favourable and so we are
asking persons to watch their
children,” said Mr Evans.

Pair to be
charged
following
thefts

TWO men are expected to
be charged before Freeport
Magistrate Court for alleged-
ly stealing car batteries from
Wells Auto on Milton Street.

According to police, the
men were arrested and taken
into custody on Monday.

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MARIJUANA cultivation,
firearm trafficking and youth
crime are all escalating in the
Bahamas according to Police
Superintendent Keith Bell.

He was the special quest at
Tuesday’s meeting of the think
tank Bahamian Forum.

Mr Bell, who has responsi-
bility for Urban Renewal,
research and planning, and cen-
tral intelligence, said that the
crime rate among young per-
sons is a particularly alarming
problem.

He said the police must also
keep in mind the number of
high-powered military weapons,
such AK-47s, that they continue
to seize in the Bahamas,

“Over the years, some 14
police officers were executed in
the line of duty. And I would
ask you how many of these offi-
cers do you think were killed
through or with the use of a
firearm? All 14 officers.

“And you are talking about
high-powered weapons. The
AK-47 and the AR-15. These



@ POLICE Superintendent Keith Bell

are high powered military
weapons, and so again that is
something that we need to look
at,” he said.

Mr Bell said that the govern-
ment-initiated Urban Renewal
Programme has transformed
desolate, high crime areas into
communities where there is
peace and where order is being
enforced.

According to Mr Bell, there

Unit

are four categories of criminal
currently operating in the
Bahamas.

He categorised these as:
“the old guy” — who is a hard-
ened, blue collar criminal, “the
young guy” who is represents
a growing problem, “the for-
eign group”, which usually
consists of men of foreign
parentage; and the criminal
enterprise, which includes any

‘Gang lifestyle’ attracts youth to crime

@ By NATARIO MCKENZIE

MATERIALISM and the
gang lifestyle are some of the
main factors that attract young

’ persons to acts of vandalism and

theft according to one local
activist.

Director of the Youth
Against Violence programme
Carlos Reid believes that soci-
ety in general needs to play a
more proactive role in guiding
the development of the next
generation.

“It is unfair to blame any one
entity for the deviant behavior
of young persons. When you
look at young men in particu-
lar, the message they receive
from society, movies and music

videos is that the guys with the’

all the jewelry, cell-phones
etcetera are saying something,”
he said. “And so they believe
that if they get these things they
will be saying something — but

-we as a society are not teaching

them how to get it the right
way”.
Police have become con-

cerned about the rising number
of burglaries involving young
people in recent months.

It has been noted that the
majority of these burglaries are

taking place during the day

when the youngsters should be
in school, and police have
admonished parents to monitor

the whereabouts of their chil-.

dren more closely.

According to Mr Reid how-
ever: “We cant just blame the
parents, when in most cases the
mother is out there trying to put
food on the table and most
fathers are not even present.

“We need to get back to the
believing in the principle that
it takes a village to raise a
child,” he said.

“Look at the school system, —

“a lot of young persons, young

men in particular, are becom-
ing frustrated because they are
not academically inclined. We
need to start to identify those
who have the ability to learn in
that capacity and those who
can’t should be taught a trade,”
he said...

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According to Mr Reid, many
young persons are merely
searching for an identity and

are defining themselves through

television and the music they
listen to.

“Its time for Bahamians to
seriously start thinking about
the state this society is going to
be in the next few years,” Mr
Reid warned

He claimed that gangs are

now fast-growing organisations.

in the Bahamas, as everyday
more and more young men and
even young women are becom-
ing involved.

According to Mr Reid, this is
occurring because young per-
sons are looking for the values
that they should find in other
kinds of organisations and in

_ their biological families.

“When they don’t find it: in,
one place they are going to find

_ it elsewhere,” he said.

According to Mr Reid, gang
initiation often involves many
acts of deviant behavior —
including breaking into homes
and cars.

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“In most cases we find that

these criminals are between 16

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‘Bahamian males. They are mid-

dle to lower class individuals
with low educational attain-
ment.

“They are considered mar-
ginalised members of society.
They are for the most part
repeat offenders. They are like-

ly to reside or offend in Urban
Renewal areas in New Provi-
dence, and are likely to posses a
weapon - either a knife or a
firearm,” he said.

According to Mr Bell, the
number of knifes presently
being confiscated by officers of
the School Policing Unit is “sim-
ply frightening”.

“You can see there are 50 or
more knifes on the table. This is
a short cutlass and you can see
that both edges are sharpened.
This is what is referred to as a
Rambo knife,” Mr Bell said as
he handled and displayed the
weapons to members of the
forum.

He also showed them toy
guns that were seized from
schools.

“What do you think would
happen if a person confronts an
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TREE-LOVERS were furious yesterday
after what remained of a magnificent “land-
mark” silk cotton tree was uprooted and
destroyed.

The tree, in the grounds of the former
Anglican bishop’s residence in Shirley
Street, was first savagely pruned about six
years ago.

At the time, tree-lovers lashed the Angli-

~ can church for destroying a tree known to ,

generations of Nassauvians.

Yesterday, the church came under fire
again after what was left of the tree -
believed to be well over a century old - was
torn up and destroyed as part of a devel-
opment project at Ardington House.

“It is a shame and disgrace,” said veteran
journalist Gladstone Thurston. “These peo-
ple have murdered a landmark tree in a
prominent position in the town.

“That tree was protected by the law.
Since it was last attacked some years ago,
the tree had recovered and had regained a
majestic stature. Now it has gone.”

Mr Thurston said he had renounced the
Anglican church because of its actions.

Yesterday Father James Palacious at
Addington House said the Anglican Church
had no comment on the matter.

Crime ‘becoming threat
to the next generation’

@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT - CRIME and
other social problems are
becoming a serious threat to
the development of the next
generation of Bahamians,
according to Senator Caleb
Outten.

Speaking at a student
awards ceremony, Mr Outten
urged students to stay
focussed and committed to

too many young persons with
potential are falling into the
traps of teenage pregnancy
and crime.

“Today almost every other
week someone is being shot,
stabbed or killed, he said.

“We live in a country today
where the national grade point
average is a D; we live ina
Bahamaland were 70 per cent
of all females who have a baby
is not married. We live ina
Bahamian society where 60
percent of every child go to
sleep in a house where his or





&@ SENATOR Trevor Whylly, founder of Outstanding Students
Awards, Marco City MP Pleasant Bridgewater, Dr Linda |
Moxey-Brown and Senator Caleb Outten attended the annual
Outstanding Students Award ceremony in Grand Bahama at the
Church of God oe Prophecy on Coral Road.

(BIS photo: Vandyke Hepburw

their parents and teachers. °
“A few years ago I sat where
you are sitting right now. Your
parents know what’s best for
you,” he told them.

Performance

At the ceremony, the Grand
Bahama Committee of the Out-
standing Students Award hon-
oured primary and high school
students in both the public and
private scliools for achieving a
3.0 GPA or for outstanding per-
formance in sports.

According to organisers, the
purpose of the ceremony is: to
motivate young people to* ‘keep
their eyes on the prize”,

Sandra Edgecombe, district

- superintendent of schools in

_ Freeport district; Marco City
MP Pleasant Bridgewater; and |
Senators Tervor Whylly joined
Mr Outten at the event. They
all encouraged students to con-
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THE government will intro-
duce new legislation that will
increase the penalties for per-
sons found guilty of child cruel-
ty according to Minister of

.Social Services and Community

Development Melanie Griffin.

Addressing a ministry-spon-
sored forum on the prevention
of child psychological maltreat-
ment and neglect, Mrs Griffin
said the proposed legislation
will “substantially increase”
both the fines and prison terms
for persons convicted of cruel
acts of children.

Under the current Children
and Young Persons (Adminis-
tration of Justice) Act, the max-
imum penalty for an adult con-
victed in Magistrate’s Court of
child cruelty is $250, one year in
prison, or both.

This applies to a person who
has custody, charge or care of a
child, and who “willfully
assaults, ill treats, neglects,
abandons or exposes the child,
or causes or permits any of
these things to happen to the
child in a manner to cause
unnecessary suffering or injury
or any mental derangement”.

The Act further states that if
convicted before the Supreme
Court, the guilty person is liable
to a fine of up to $1,000, three
years in prison, or both.

“I am sure you would agree
that these penalties are inade-
quate,” Mrs Griffin said.
“Hence, under the proposed
provisions, it is recommended
that both the fine and the term
of imprisonment be substan-
tially increased.”

The minister said the pro-
posed legislation will also seek

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would be placed under. the
supervision of the Department
of Social, Services while remain-
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requiring the parents and the
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Hurricane scale co-inventor
to attend seminar at COB

THE co-inventor of the Saf-
fir-Simpson Scale, used world-
wide to measure the intensity
of hurricane$, will take part in a
seminar at College of the
Bahamas.

Herbert Saffir will be the
main speaker at the event,
which was organised by the col-
lege and the Construction Sem-
inar Group (CSG).

The seminar will explore the
lessons that-were learnt from
the 2004/2005 hurricane season.

“The effects of hurricanes
and other natural phenomena
have had a tremendous histori-
cal impact in shaping the eco-
nomic and cultural development
of the Bahamas,” said the
organisers in a press release.

“After many decades of rela-
tive calm,'the extremely busy
2004 hurricabe season and the
. record breaking, 2005 hurricane
season, jolted Bahamians into
the reality that we live in the
Atlantic ‘hurricane belt’ and
that hurricanes are powerful
forces of nature.”

The seminar will take place
on May 16 and 17 at the College
of the Bahamas Tourism Train-
ing Centre.

Mr Saffir will speak on the
opening day,'and his remarks
will be followed by a general
discussion and a cocktail recep-
tion. ,

On the second day of the
seminar, a 2004/2005 hurricane
damage assessment will be pre-
sented and.architect Amos Fer-

guson , and structural expert j

Nick Dean will speak.

Dr David Smith will then give:

a presentation on coastal engi:
neering and.a panel discussion
will be held with representatives
of BEC; BTC the Water and
Sewerage Corporation, the
insurance industry and the

National Emergency Manage-:

ment Agency (NEMA).

The public is invited to attend
the seminar, which begins. at
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Alfred Gray, responding to
comments made by Montagu
MP, Brent Symonette, said in
effect that it was not fair for

was indeed a fair point; howev-
er, it was not a complete point.

You see, it is also not fair in
comparing one term of PLP
government to one term of
FNM government to ignore

since how far one gets.in a race
might depend on where one had

to begin or how much load one .

had to bear.
Let’s take the economic con-

ditions in the country in 1992
compared to 2002, as shown in .

the table opposite.

he table shows that the

economic conditions in
The Bahamas, as revealed by
various statistics, were signifi-
cantly worse when the FNM
came to office in 1992 than
when the PLP came to office in
2002.

In 1992, the economy hardly
grew and the year before was
actually negative at -2.7 per cent
unlike in 2002 when it grew by
1.4 per cent and about one per

tion was higher.

When the PLP came to office
in 2002, foreign investment was
up; visitor arrivals and spend-
ing were higher; foreign
reserves were much stronger
and the government’s fiscal

_ position was stronger.

In 1992, while there was no
Moody rating available, it is a
fact that the government had
difficulty paying its bills and had
resorted to borrowing to make
payroll:

Indeed, the situation was so
bad that the government had
difficulty borrowing, as it could

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to arrange a standby $125 mil-
lion US loan facility to bolster
foreign reserves in response to
the attacks of 9/11. It could only
do this because of its credible
fiscal position.

tourism sector and the former
administration had been oper-
ating many rundown, unprof-
itable hotels.

The tourism plant was shot
and few prospects for renewal
were present. When the, PLP
came to office they met a world-
class Atlantis that had become
the catalyst for renewal in, the
tourism sector throughout the
country and that had plans for
phases III, IV and more. -,

hen the FNM came
to office in 1992,
there were no publicly held
companies, no BISX and the,
financial services sector, was

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stagnant. These economic indi- ,.

cators mirrored what was hap- |

pening in other areas of the

in 2002, The Bahamas hada
sterling reputation and allega-
tions of corruption were not the
order of the day in the interna-

tional community as was the .

case in 1992. when the FNM
took office.

The new PLP administration
could market a much renewed
and_.attractive tourism: plant
without the obstacle of head-
lines claiming that the: nation
was for sale.

In 1992, when it came to ~
office, the-FNM had to contend .

with a host of issues left) unad-
dressed, notwithstanding that it

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reasury accounts were
in disarray. Hundreds
of cheques had been drawn up

8:30 | Invocation Prayer and National Anthems
‘ members of the opposition to

8:35 | compare four years of PLP gov- f

Sue ernment to ten years of FNM not get full subscription for a _ was taking over from a govern-

ee government. $20 million bond issue floated in ment that had been in office for

He said that one hadtocom- 1991. some 25 years.
pare “apples with apples”. This | In 2002, the FNM was able
a

and large Bahamian suppliers ,
to the government were
required to finance the govern- |
ment’s debt. .There was little
computerisation of BAY MIEGIS ’
and payroll. Tote!

THE PUBLIC HEALTH...
CARE SYSTEM.

a

ll government hospi-
tals and clinics were.,,
in disrepair. PMH suffered,from,
terrible leaks and equipment
that didn’t work. Conditions in
most community health clinics
were deplorable. Medicine;and
medical supplies were perenni-
ally in short supply. Food ser-
vice in hospital was atrocious.
Infant mortality was at 24
per thousand and facilities for

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HIv- infected pregnant women,
was inadequate. Public health
was poorly organised and there
was no planned public health
or oyal health programme.

PUBLIC EDUCATION

overnment-opera’ d
Y schools were. badly
over-crowded, in poor physical

condition and suffered from
shortagés of teachers and\
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Moody’s Sovereign

late 1960s and early 1970s..

No new public library had
been'constructed and opened
since the days of the UBP. The
Education Act had not been
reviewed or updated since its
enactment. COB was being
administered from the Ministry
of Education.

Technical education through
the then Industrial Training
College was in desperate need
of attention. There was little
computer education in the
school system.

PUBLIC
INFRASTRUCTURE

‘

ublic buildings were °

‘uniformly shabby in:
appearance and many had leaky
roofs; non-functioning windows,
poor air-conditioning. Many
hadn’t been painted in many
years. Office equipment and
furnishing was similarly in poor
condition, or dysfunctional.




Total Visitor Arrivals: Stopover
Cruise

ECONOMIC INDICATOR 1992 2002
‘GDP Growth Rate 0.3% 14%
IMF 2-yr Growth Forecast 1% -2% 2.5% - 3.0%
Unemployment 14.8% 9.1%
Total Deficit $138 million $249 million
GFS Deficit 2.5% -3.4%
Inflation eh wind | 6% 2.2%
Residential Mortgage Rate — 10.89-13.09% 8.9%
Commercial Mortgage Rates 11.52-12.43% 9.04%
Government Debt as %. — A2% 41%
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1,398,895 1,513,146
2,139,383 ' 2,802,112
8278 4,315,258

: Source: Department of Statistics and Central Bank of The Bahamas

Many government-owned
buildings around New Provi-
dence and the Family Islands,
including old school rooms and
teacher’s residences, were
closed and barred while gov-
ernment paid high rents to pri-
vate individuals with political
ties.

Huge amounts of medical
supplies and hospital beds were
found in abandoned storage in
buildings at Meeting and Nas-
sau Streets.

Public roads were in disrepair
around the country. In some
Family Islands, particularly in
the central and southern
Bahamas, roads had not been
paved or re-paved in almost 30
years.

Travel between settlements
was hindered and what ought
to have been 15 minute and
hour drives were stretched into
hours. © —

Travel journalists frequently
noted that' roads in many of our
islands were really strings of

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potholes. This was true from
Abaco in the north to
Eleuthera, Andros and Cat
Island in the centre to San Sal-
vador, Crooked Island, Exuma
further south.

New Providence roads were
similarly in a terrible state —
main roads and sub-divisions.
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south western New Provi-
dence had roads that had nev-
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no work had been done on
intersections in many, many

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Water was inadequate in both
supply and quality in both New
Providence and the Family
Islands. In New Providence,
when available, water supply
was salty and frequently rusty
red in colour. Households
which could afford it sunk wells
and the bottled water industry
was created.

More could be said about the
conditions the FNM met in
place when it came to office in
1992 compared to what the PLP
met when it came to office in
2002.

Indeed, more will be said.
Suffice it to say in this edition
that the PLP inherited a much
more favourable set of condi-
tions in which to govern than
the FNM did. It is against this
backdrop that we will look at
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Veteran toastmaster

LOCAL NEWS

to be honoured

FOR 31 years, Toastmaster

Joseph Sweeting has made an
indelible mark on toastmas-
ters throughout the Bahamas.
And for his invaluable contri-
butions, Mr Sweeting, who
also serves as president of the
Nassau Camp of Gideon’s
International and is a mem-
ber of Calvary Bible Church,
and who is highly esteemed
among’ the rank and file of the
Toastmaster organisation -

will be honoured April 19.

The Earnest T Strachan
Advanced TM Club 7108, led
by president Immaculata
Hamilton, will be hosting a spe-
cial luncheon at the.British
Colonial Hilton in Mr Sweet-
ing’s honour.

Mr Sweeting first entered the
halls.of Club 1600 some 31
years ago. Back then, he was
shy and lacked leadership and
good speaking skills. Since then,

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he has triumphed over numer-
ous obstacles, emerging as
Toastmaster of the Year for
1981 and 1984. He continues to
be a shining example of a com-
mitted toastmaster who has
integrity.

When asked what is most
gratifying about being in the
programme, Mr Sweeting said,
“To be able to help and inspire
others to help themselves.”

He encourages seasoned
toastmasters to coach younger
ones and watch their confidence
build from a once shy and inse-
cure toastmaster to a “budding
orator.”

Mr Sweeting expressed how
grateful he feels to be honoured
by Club 7108. “I believe perse-
verance brings its rewards and I

want my legacy to be, ‘J C
Sweeting —- a Toastmaster’s
Toastmaster and encourager to
many.”

Speaking highly of the hon-
ouree, Ms Hamilton said he has
sterling characteristics and
deserves to be recognised.

“He is a role model. He is a
toastmaster who is always ready
to lead and assist. He is always
bearing a huge smile. At this
event, we will sing his praises
as a God-fearing man, a spouse,
father, toastmaster and peace-
maker. We will pay tribute to
the living legend - J C Sweet-
ing,” she said.

She added that Mr Sweeting
operates at a level of excellence
on a consistent basis. He is the
first chaplain of TM District 47,

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District 47 Governor, distin
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Godfrey Springer and Bahamas
Division I governor DTM
Antionette Fox are expected to
be in attendance at the luncheon.
The chairman of the luncheon
is DTM Clothie Lockhart. —

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; While attempting to keep
6fficers from. jumping on the
bus, Farrington described how a
decorative, stone pyramid was
thrown and shattered the back
glass where the prisoners were
seated.

Turning his attention to the
back of the bus, and right
before he could get the last
officer off the bus, Farrington
said he heard what sounded
like a.gunshot behind him.
Spinning around, he saw a gun
being pointed in the direction
of Forrester Bowe.

He took the gun away from
an officer who he later identi-
fied as Prison Guard Sandy
Mackey. He said he pushed
Officer Mackey off the bus and
ordered the driver to take the
bus to the prison compound.

When asked later why he
took the gun away from Mack-
ey, Farrington said that he
“couldn’t chance Mackey
walking off 'the bus with the
gun. J didn’t want anyone on
the bus to get shot, including
me.” }

_Magistrate Virgill asked.

ASP Farrington what the offi-
cers on board the bus were
doing during the ride back, and
this is where he informed the
court that no other officers,
except one unnamed officer

and the bus driver, were on the
bus when it ‘left Yamacraw
Road for the prison.

Farrington explained how
difficult it was getting the pris-
oners unloaded once back at
the prison, as his attempts: to
take Parcoi off the vehicle first
were met by a rush of police,
defence force, and prison offi-
cers shouting at him, “Boy
chief, these people have to
dead.”

While trying to calm the
angry, cursing mob, Farring-

ton said that Brown “fell over”

on the bus.

He asked Bowe if Brown
was,all right. He said Bowe
told him that Brown sounded
“like he is snoring.”

Going over Officer Farring-
ton’s testimony of events
which transpired in the
Yamacraw Road area, Magis-
trate Virgill wanted to know if

he saw any vehicles on the

scene when he first arrived.
“No ma’am,” Farrington
replied.

Asked if he saw any other
officers other than Mackey

when he arrived, Farrington,

said, “No ma’am.”

Admitting that the inmates
were handcuffed with their
hands behind their backs, Offi-
cer Farrington, when asked by
the Magistrate if Brown
walked onto the bus alive, said,
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Bowe, offered Farrington,
was the only one who walked
onto the bus with an apparent
injury, a slight limp. Bowe’s
limp, he believed, came as a
result of a shot he made at
Bowe earlier that morning.

Before ASP Farrington took
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Freeman Basden, a twenty-
year veteran prison officer, was
scolded by Magistrate Virgill
when he continuously insisted
that he could not tell whether
the sun was fully up or rising
around the time events began
unfolding around the prison
bus.

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question about the approxi-
mate time of day, Corporal
Freeman also insisted that he
could not tell how many offi-
cers were on the bus or where)
the prisoners were seated
when he got on, because “he
did not look around.”

“Why were you on the bus?”
inquired Magistrate Virgill.

“To assist if anything hap-
pened,” said Corporal Free-
man.

“How do you know how
many prisoner’s there were?”
the Magistrate continued.

“I heard an officer say that
three prisoners were on the
bus,” Freeman replied, but he’
said that he did not recognize
the voice of the officer who
said it.

Getting off the bus at the
prison, the officer said he was
not even curious as to who was
on the bus, so he just got off
the bus without looking
around.

Earlier testimony by Corpo-

ral Freeman:has him joining: a: -

growing list of officers claiming
to have captured or played a
role in the capture of Barry
Parcoi.

In the minutes following the
breakout, according to his tes-
timony, Freeman said he
tripped up Parcoi and detained
him until he got assistance in
cuffing him. ;

There was sufficient lighting
that morning to determine that
the person he had capture was
Barry Parcoi, said Freeman.

Each of the prison officers

were,asked to return to court

to read their testimonies into
the records, and the matter
was adjourned to today at
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Pastor under investigation |

LOCAL oe ae

over alleged sexual
relationship with girl, 15 |

FROM page one

lasses, confronted the pastor in
church. Police were called.

It was alleged that sexual

“encounters between the pair
had taken place in the church
sanctuary.

The family was asked to
accompany officers to a police
station for questioning.

According to a well-placed
source, on Sunday the pastor
underwent “prolonged interro-
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for “counselling and consol-
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“Unfortunately, the consol-
ing part of the arrangement
appears to have gone too far,”
said the source. “The family is
alleging molestation and full

sexual intercourse between the.

pastor and the girl over a 15-
month period.”
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fhe girl, who is now 16, the pas-
tor is likely to face a charge of
“statutory rape”, said the
source.

A relative told The Tribune
that “justice should prevail” and
that the pastor should apolo-
gise to his church and to the
girl’s family.

A family friend said: “This is
all part of the sordid underbel-
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be moved from the area.
Therefore, he said, some sev-
en or eight residents, includ-
ing .one elderly man,
remained in the village at the:
time of the blaze.

Mr Bodie said that resi-
dents had started the process
of demolishing the vacated
shacks and had heaped
garbage, discarded clothing,
and household items into
huge piles on the property.

Police said they believe
that someone was attempt-

ing to:burn the trash when:

the fire got out of control. He
said the villagers constantly
burn their trash.

Mr Bodie said that a part
of his job is to ensure that the
Haitians living in these vil-
lages keep the area clean to
avoid vector infestations. He
said that residents in the sur-
rounding areas have had
problems with the Haitians,
who they claim throw bags

‘containing faeces on their

property. In addition, he said,
he has been trying to explain
to the village residents of the
dangers of having water wells
close to the cesspit facilities.

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THE Bahamas risks losing
“hundreds of thousands of visi-
tors and hundreds of millions
of dollars in tourism revenue” if
it fails.to protect coastal areas,
according to MP John Carey.

Speaking at Zion Baptist
Church to launch Coastal
Awareness Month, Mr Carey

said the Coastal Awareness.

Committee will be doing all it
can td educate the public on the
importance of preserving the
coastline.

“This-is a very important task
because how we treat our
shores will bring about very real
consequences to our environ-
ment, Our scenery, and our
livelihoad,” he said.

According to Mr Carey, too
many Bahamians are unaware
of how coastal areas should be
treated...

“Even fewer are aware of the
consequences of our actions.
Worst of all, there are some
who know a great deal but, sad-
ly, they do not care enough to
act appropriately.”

Mr Carey, who is the parlia-
mentary secretary for the Min-
istry of Tourism, noted that the
entire Bahamas is considered a
coastal zone, and is “especially
blessed” with resources.

“The Ministry of Tourism cir-
culates to visiting journalists an
important fact sheet that tells
them a bit about our special
marine features.

“We tell them that scientists
have proven that the Bahamas
has the clearest water in the
world because algae that need
light to prow are found deeper
in our waters than in waters
anywhere else in the world. We
tell them that the Bahamas has
the world’s third-largest barrier
reef and five per cent of the
world’s coral,” he said.

Mr Carey said that the poten-

tial loss in tourism revenue is
an important factor, but it is not
the primary focus, of Coastal
Awareness Month...

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i JOHN Carey

“Visitors are important to us,
but they come and go. They are
here for days or weeks at a time,
but Bahamians are here to stay.

Mr Carey said that Bahami-
ans must come to truly believe
in the protection of the envi-
ronment before an end is seen
to the “piles of garbage littering

‘our beaches after picnics and
- holidays”.

Mr Carey said that unfortu-
nately, Bahamians have not
arrived at that point yet.

For this reason, he said, sev-
eral activities have been
planned for this month to edu-
cate the public and to begin to
bring about a transformation in
attitudes.

A national’T-shirt day was
held on Friday, April 7 and a

_Iarine exhibition will be held at
the Mall at Marathon from
April 21 to April 28.

National poster and. science
competitions and student field
trips to Dolphin Encounters

_and Stuart Cove’s dive centre
will also take place.

ailure to protect coastal areas
‘could cost millions in revenue’.


























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1 Family Guardian's Annual Calendar Photo Contest is open to all photographers. The title for the company’s 2007 calendar will be
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as found in The Bahama Islands. All photographs must be taken in The Bahamas.

2 DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS MAY 31, 2006. :

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@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

multi-million dollar
liquefied natural gas
(LNG) project pro-
posed for the
Bahamas has lost a

case it brought in the US against.

alleged “unreasonable conditions”
being imposed on it for an intercon-
nection agreement with the Florida
Gas Transmission Company (FGT).

Administrative Judge Herbert
Grossman, in a ruling handed down
this week, found against AES Ocean
Express, which is proposing to con-

Wilma insurance claims over $40m_

B By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

struct an LNG terminal on Ocean
Cay, a man-made island off Bimini.
The $650 million project, if approved
by the Government, would use a
pipeline to transport regasified LNG
to FGT’s system and generate elec-
tricity in Florida.

The proposed interconnection
agreement between the two parties
will see AES Ocean Express deliver
“large quantities of regasified LNG
directly into” FGT’s system.

In his verdict, Judge Grossman said
AES had first filed its complaint on
April 5, 2004, alleging that FGT “had

insisted on unreasonable conditions in |

the proposed interconnection agree-



TOTAL gross insurance claims resulting from Hurricane
Wilma last October have amounted to just over $40 million, fig-
ures released yesterday by the Bahamas General Insurance
Association (BGIA) revealed.

As of yesterday, some 45.5 per cent of the $40.074 million in
gross claims - some $18.216 million - had been paid, with $21.859
million outstanding. ad

The total gross claims figure is close to what many Bahamian
general insurance industry insiders had estimated after Hurricane
Wilma struck, hitting Grand Bahama and Bimini especially hard.

The $40.074 million figure is not the total cost of the damage

ment”.

“AES raised concerns that the gas
quality and interchangeability stan-
dards that would apply to the LNG
that would be introduced into FGT’s
system from AES’ proposed pipeline
were overly restrictive,” Judge Gross-
man recorded.

“FGT stated in its answer that the

conditions it proposed in the inter-

connection agreement were designed
to ensure the operational integrity of
its system, and to prevent detrimental
effects to its system or customers”:
In its submissions before the judge,
AES Ocean Express said that FGT’s

_ proposed standards were not consis-



tent with those used by other
pipelines in the Florida market.

In addition, the company argued
that FGT had “failed to justify” why it
was proposing different LNG quality
standards for two of its separate mar-
ket areas.

AES Ocean Express alleged that
this was “unfair discrimination in
favour of the Gulf Coast suppliers
and project developers”, placing its
Bahamian project at a competitive
disadvantage. :

However, Judge Grossman found °

_the LNG standards proposed by FGT

to be “just and reasonable”, adding

_ that they should only be applied to

._ imported gas such as the Bahamas °
’ product, not what was produced

domestically.
The Judge also ruled that these
standards be applied to the entire
FGT system, not just the market area
served by the AES Ocean Express
Bahamas project. ;
In addition, AES Ocean Express
had also urged the judge that any

_ costs it incurred in modifying its LNG

product to meet FGT’s new standards
should be distributed evenly, spread
to the power generators and electrical

SEE page 11B_



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Entrepreneur plans

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centre point’ |

| @ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

A COMPUTER entrepreneur yesterday told The Tribune | |
that he was seeking government approval to establish a soft-

inflicted by Wilma, though, as it will not include cars, property and
other items that were either not insured or underinsured. Nor
does the figure capture the deductibles the insured have to pay,
and it only relates to claims dealt with by BGIA members - not
policies that were placed outside the Bahamas.

And while the $40 million figure may seem a large amount, it
pales into insignificance when set against the claims and insurance
payouts made after Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne in 2003.
Then, as with Wilma, much of the funds that settled claims came
from reinsurance monies.

Not surprisingly, Grand Bahama accounted for some 86 per
cent of the total gross claims submitted, totalling $34.509 million.
Out of these, just over half - some $17.493 million - have been
paid. 3

_ Some $32.673 million of the gross claims submitted on Grand
Bahama had related to property, with some $16.627 million of



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centre point in the world” for dealing with ‘adware

Richards said the proposed
company, Portcullis Software,

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ware house in the Bahamas, placing Bahamian businesses on _|
the Internet “for $300” and establishing this nation as “the

Earl e
SEE page 9B



these now paid. About $16.046 million property claims remain to
be settled.

Gross claims for damaged motor vehicles on Grand Bahama
totalled $1.587 million as of yesterday, some $794,612 worth of
these having been settled.

On the marine front, Grand Bahama saw total gross claims of
$248,347 submitted, and only :

$70,847 of these have been set- sea
tled to. date. This has left some SEE page 10B

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BAHAMIAN shareholders
in ICD Utilities, the listed
holding vehicle for the public
stake in Grand Bahama Power
Company, were yesterday
warned they would not receive
their normal May dividend
after the electricity utility
decided to conserve capital
with the approach of hurricane

spent more than $18.4 million
on restoring power over 2004

island had been hit by three
major hurricanes, and said it

ICD Utilities says:
No May dividend

Hurricane repairs
cost Grand Bahama
Power $18.4m
in two years

wanted to conserve capital to
improve customer service.

As a result, its Board of
Directors had decided not to
pay the regular May dividend,
had. and are “deferring” any deci-
payments until the 2006 hur-
the

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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS

APersonal Message from Mr. Patrick
Strachan at the Conclusion of His Two.
Year Term as President of the Bahamas

t., THURSDAY, APRIL 1s. 2006



Bahamas Chamber of

Commerce
Shirley St. & Collins Ave.

Nassau, Bahamas
Tel. (242) 322-2145
Fax. (242) 322-4649

Mr. Pat Strachan,
CRB., GRI., CRRA








BREA officials meet with Grand Bahama bork Authority,
Co-chairman and CEO Mr. Julian Francis, President of
the Grand Bahama chapter of BREA, Mr. Lee Van Lou is
pictured, left with CRB., GRI., CRRA, President of the
Bahamas Real Estate Association and BREA Director Mr.
Mike Lightbourn President Strachan noted “This was a
very encouraging meeting. We ate satisfied that there
will be.a closer working relationship between BREA Real-
tors and the Grand Bahama Port Authority, in the future”.

Patrick Strachan, C.R.S.,
G.R.I., C.R.R.A, who served as

President of the Bahamas.

Real Estate Association
(BREA) for two terms 2004-
2005 and 2005-2006 stood
down at the recent AGM of the
Association. In handing over

to incoming president Mr.

Larry Roberts, C.R.S., CIPS,
e-PRO, Institute of Luxury
Home Marketing Specialist,
Mr. Strachan noted: ae
“| believe that with the Board
of Directors we have accom-
plished much, during the past
two years, but there is still

E much to be done.

“| have worked very hard to
bring to light the illegal work-

ing of foreign agents selling

Bahamian land and proper-
tles. We have been in continu-
ous dialogue with former Min-

ister of Financial Services nial





islands.

“Career’s Fest 2005” proved popular with numerous stu-
dents. Pictured left to right are:- Sharmain Hutchison,
Temple Christian; Mr. Wendell Seymour, Registrar of Real
Estate in the Bahamas; Ashlin Culmer, C.1. Gibson HS;
Phillipa Strachan; C.I. Gibson HS; Lavantha Lookie, Tem-
ple Christian; Ms. June Fife, Office eee of the
Bahamas Real Estate Association. :

Investments Mrs. Allyson
Maynard Gibson (Now Attor-
ney General) to stop this
illegal practice. We have aiso
formed a strong link with the

Real Estate Association of the
through |

Palm Beaches,
National Real Estate Associa-
tion representative, Mr. Chip
Lubeck (Certifled International
Property Specialist), who is
working hard to ensure that all

U.S. Realtors and Developers

are made aware of the law that
requires the Involvement of a
Bahamian Realtor,
Bahamian Real Estate Sales.

“It has also been my aim to
establish ‘chapters’ of BREA
throughout our chain of
To date we have
established branches of our

association in Grand Bahama,

Eleuthera and Abaco.

In all

“I trust that ny suceeeect Mr.



Larry. Sticca M. A CRA of Bermuda who has been the
main instructor on BREA educational courses for sever-
al years, is pictured left; during “Part 1” of the 2006
Appraisers course. Also pictured are BREA members
and participants, Ms. Tracey Barone, Ms. Patty Birch and
Mr. John F. Bethel. “Part Il” of the appraisers course is
scheduled for May ist, with the examination scheduled
for May 6th.

Larry Roberts and his execu-
tives, will continue these
initiatives, along with the
many progressive ideas that |
am confident the new board

members already have in the
planning stage.

“The photos below are merely
a sampling of the many BREA
activities held during the past
two years. Finally, may | urge
all members of the public who
are contemplating
buying or selling real estate,
to contact the BREA office
(Tel. 322-2145) to ensure that

any person, with whom they >

are dealing, is, In fact, a
licensed Bahamian Realtor. In
this way, the public will be
protected from the shady
practices of unscrupulous
persons who often seek to
fraudulently conduct
estate ‘sales’.”







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Monthly meetings of the BREA executive are on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Pictured at the November 2005 meeting

are left to right: James Newbold, Director; Mr. Lee Van Lew; Garnett Ellis, Director; Edith Powell, Honorary Secretary;
_ Rachel Pinder; Wendell Seymour, Registrar of Real Estate; Barbara Brooks Director; Patrick Strachan, President; Pauline _
Curry; William H. Wong, Director



The 2006-2007 executives of BREA are
pictured following the recent A.G.M. Left to
right, front row: Lana Munnings-Basalyga;
Barbara Brooks; Edith Powell; 2006-2007
President, Larry Roberts; Brenda P.D.
Knowles; Vice President; Immediate past
president, Patrick Strachan; Second row:
Wendel Seymour, Bahamas Registrar of
‘Insurance; Stuart Halbert, Treasurer;
4 Michael Lightbourn; Carla Sweeting; Carla
| Christie. Top row: William U. Wong; Peter
|| Dupuch. ,
| (Missing from the photo are James New-
i bold, secretary; Lee Van Lew, President
'| Grand Bahama Chapter and Mr. Brent
Cartwright, President, Abaco Chapter).



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FSF: No ‘specific review’ of the Bahamas yet

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@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE Financial Stability
Forum (FSF) told The Tribune
it has “not specifically”
assessed yet whether the
Bahamas is meeting its so-
called ‘international regulato-
ry standards’, as the organisa-
tion proceeds with its initia-
tive against offshore financial
centres.

Jun Mizuguchi, the FSF Sec-
retariat member who is head-
ing the offshore centre review
process, told The Tribune in
an exclusive interview that the
organisation was content to let
other regulatory bodies take

the lead and compile informa- _

tion on whether offshore cen-
tres were complying with inter-
national regulatory guidelines.

Referring to last month’s
17th FSF meeting in Sydney,
during which its offshore finan-
cial centre initiative was dis-
cussed, Mr Mizuguchi said:
“The FSF did not specifically
talk about the Bahamas and
other offshore centres at this
stage. The FSF did not identi-
fy specific actions on the off-
shore financial centres.”

The FSF initiative, launched
over a year ago, aims "to pro-
mote further improvements in
offshore centres", with the
organisation alleging that
unnamed countries “still have
problems in complying with
international standards".

The FSF is mainly con--

cerned with effective cross-
border co-operation and infor-
mation exchange, and the ade-
quacy of supervisory resources,
in offshore financial centres.
It still has “problems" with
several nations, although it has
declined to specify which ones.

Mr Mizuguchi told The Tri-
bune that the key date in the
process would arrive in March
2007, when the FSF would
review the initiative’s effec-
tiveness and “take stock of the

process”.

Currently, the FSF is happy
to let other regulators such as
the International Monetary
Fund (IMF);,IOSCO, the
international*association*of
securities regulators, and the
International:Association of
Insurance Supervisors take the
lead in the offshore centre ini-
tiative.

It is waiting for all. of these
bodies to submit “complete

information” on their respec-
tive assessments before decid-
ing which steps to take next.
Mr Mizuguchi pointed out
that the IMF’s assessment of
the Bahamian financial regu-
latory regime had been com-
pleted and published in 2004,
and said the Fund was likely to
do follow-up inspections.
Given that the FSF seems to
be gearing up for another
attack on international finan-
cial centres, it may be prudent
for the Government to send
representatives to meet with
this body and head off any
potential repeat of 2000.

Linked

Then, the FSF, which is
closely linked to the Bank for
International Settlements
(BIS), an organisation con-
trolled largely by the same
nations that dominate the
Financial Action Task Force
(FATF) and OECD, named
the Bahamas in the lowest of
three offshore centre cate-
gories in 2000 for having
allegedly weak supervisory and
regulatory standards that

posed "a threat to the global
financial system".

However, Mr Mizuguchi |

told The Tribune that the
FSF’s 2000 list was no longer
valid, although it had not mea-
sured progress made by indi-
vidual offshore centres against
the criticisms voiced in that
list.

Mr Mizuguchi said: “With
respect to our 2000 list, last
year in March we publicly
declared that list was inopera-
tive now. We feel that the pur-
pose of the 2000 list has been
served already.

“That was five years-ago,
and we have to see what the
individual offshore centres sit-
uation.is currently. We do not
judge whether a particular off-
shore centre is progressing well
or not progressing well vis a
vis the 2000 list.” ,

The current FSF process .

involves using standard setting
bodies such as IOSCO "to tar-
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areas.

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City Sitores Inc. reported its
earnir igs jumped 65 percent.
The el] ectronic retailer’s news,

The Public Hospitals Authority invites t ender for the purchase of
the following vehicles:-

1. 1999 Mitsubishi L300 Bu is
2. 2.1997 Daewoo Damas ‘ Van
3. 1995 Daewoo Racer

4. 1990 Chévy S10 .

Vehicles 1-4 can be viewed at the Pri ncess Margaret Hospital’s ©

Compound, Shirley Street.

5. 1998 Daewoo Cielo
6. 1997 Daewoo Espero
7. 2000 Daewoo Tico

8. 1999 Kia Pregio Van

Vehicles 5-8 can be viewed at Materia 1s Management directorate’s
Compound, Shirley Street.

Sealed envelopes, marked tender should . be addressed to the Managing
Director, Public Hospitals Aut hority, Manx Corporate
Centre/Dockendale House, P.O. Box } 4-8200, to arrive no later than
April 30, 2006. (Vehicles are sold as. is)

"” Herbert H. F srown
Managing Dj irector

Saturday evening,
April 15th thru) Tuesday

coming off an upbeat earnings
report from Alcoa Inc. early
in the week, reassured
investors nervous about rising
commodity prices and their
impact on corporate profits.

In economic news, Ameri-
ca’s trade deficit improved in
February, as the imbalance
with China dropped to the
lowest level in nearly a year.
But the overall deficit was still
the third highest on record.
The deficit for the first two
months of this year is running
13.5 percent above the pace in
early 2005, a year when the
USS. deficit hit an all-time high
of $723.6 billion.

The Commerce Department
reported Wednesday that the
deficit fell to $65.7 billion, a
4.2 percent decline from Janu-
ary’s record imbalance of $68.7
billion.

“We have a minor stabiliza-
tion of the market after a cou-
ple of slightly softer days,” said
Stuart Schweitzer, global mar-
kets strategist at JPMorgan
Asset & Wealth Management.
“No big surprise.”

The Dow Jones industrial
average rose 40.34, or 0.36 per-
cent, to 11,129.97.

Broader stock indicators
also closed higher. The Stan-
dard & Poor’s 500 index rose
1.55, or 0.12 percent, to
1,288.12, and the Nasdaq com-
posite index rose 4.33, or 0.19
percent, to 2,314.68.

The market seems to be
moving in a pattern similar to
recent earnings seasons, in
which the market rises with
high expectations for earnings
before companies begin to
announce, then enters a pull-
back or a lull as earnings sea-
son begins, said Richard E.
Cripps, chief market strategist
for chief market strategist for

_ Stifel Nicolaus, a broker based

in St. Louis.

Investors were also watch-
ing events overseas; nervous-
ness about Iran’s nuclear capa-
bilities contributed to Wall
Street’s decline on Tuesday,
when the Dow fell more than
51 points.

There were further signs the
housing market is slowing,
which some investors view as a
sign that Federal Reserve rate
hikes are cooling down the
economy.

The Mortgage Bankers
Association’s weekly home
purchase index decreased by
4.7 percent and the refinance
index dropped by 6.6 percent.

Bonds fell, with the yield on
the 10-year Treasury note at

4.98 percent, down from 4.93.

percent late Tuesday. The U.S.
dollar was mixed against other
major currencies. Gold prices
were higher.

Crude oil futures fell. A bar-
rel of light crude settled at
$68.62, down 36 cents, in trad-
ing on the New York Mercan-
tile Exchange.

Circuit City rose $2.04, or
8.3 percent, to $26.65 after its
fourth-quarter earnings soared
on strong sales and improved
supply management. Earnings
from Circuit City, the nation’s
No. 2 chain of consumer elec-
tronics stores behind Best Buy
Co. Inc., were $146.6 million,
or 84 cents per share, beating
analysts’ estimates of 84 cents
a share.

Alcoa, which reported earn-
ings after the close of trading
Monday, was unchanged at
$34.09. :

Bausch & Lomb shares fell
$3.42 to $45.61 shedding
another 7 percent, after the
eye care products company
said the source of an increase
in fungal infections linked to
one of its lens solutions Mon-
day remains a mystery and
retailers continued to pull the

' products from their shelves.

Gannett Co., the largest
newspaper publisher in the
country, fell $1.06 to $57.76
after it reported an 11.5 per-
cent decline in profit as the
company began expensing
stock options and recording
costs from its new newspaper
partnership in Detroit. \

Advancing issues narrowly
outnumbered decliners,on The
New York Stock Exchange,
where preliminary consolidat-

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ed volume came to 1.97 bil-
lion shares, down from 2.28
billion at the same time Tues-
day.

The Russell 2000 index of
smaller companies rose 5.66,
or 0.76 percent, to 747.77.

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treet rises on earnings news

Overseas, Japan’s Nikkei
stock average fell 1.47 percent.
Britain’s FTSE 100 dropped
0.26 percent, Germany’s DAX
index fell 0.12 percent, and
France’s CAC-40 lost 0.54 per-
cent.

morning, April 8th, 2006

8400 sq. ft. warehouse and office building for lease.
Warehouse is 5500 sq. ft. and office is 2881 sq. ft. Plus
extra 1 acre of open property for use at no additional
cost. Close to highway.

- Lease $8000 per month.
Tel: 394-4387, 393-7281.



Colina

Financial Advisors Ltd.








Pricing Information As Of:
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7.24 6.00 Bank of Bahamas | 7.10 7.210 0.00 0.643 0.330 11.0 4.654%
qO.85 0.70 Benchmark } 0.70 0.70 0.00 0.175 0.020 4.0 2.862
H1.80 1.26 Bahamas Waste 1.26 1.26 0.00 0.105 0.060 12.0 4.76%
1.20 1.04 Fidelity Bank { 1.18 1.15 -0.03 1,950 0.070 0.040 16.7 3.42%
9.60 8.00 Cable Bahamas I 9.20 9.20 0.00 0.565 0.240 16.3 2.612
42.20 13 9. Colina Holdings’ 1.69 1.69 0.00 -0.067 0.000 NM 0.00
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2.88 1.50 Doctor's Hospital 2.45 2.45 0.00 ~ 0.437 0.000 5.6 0.00%
6.21 4.02 Famguard ' 6.21 6.21 0.00 0.542 0.240 11.5 3.862
10.99 10.25 Finco : 10.99 10x99) 0.00 0.738 0.540 14.9 4.914%
11.50 7.75 FirstCaribbean | 11.50 11.50 0.00 0.874 0.500 13.2 4.35%
10.42 7.99 Focol i; 10.42 10.42 0.00 0.833 0.500 12.5 4.802
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6 UBS

UBS (Bahamas) Ltd is one of the leading Wealth
Managers in the Caribbean. We look after wealthy
private clients by providing them with comprehensive,
value-enhancing services. ,

For our newly created UBSI Quality Desk in Nassau
we are looking for a

CLIENT ADVISOR (QUALITY DESK)

In this challenging position you will be responsible
for: .

e Advising clients (mainly from Latin America)

e Liaising with UBSI Financial Advisors :

e Propsing investment solutions in the client’s mother
tongue.

We are searching for a team player with experience
in international wealth management, specializing in
the fields of customer relations and retention,
investment advice and portfolio management as well
as a Solid education in Economics, Finance or a related
discipline. A proven track record in a comparable
position with a leading global financial institution
‘serving Latin American high net worth individuals,

~ excellent knowledge of investment products and

fluency in English as well as Spanish is essential. Any
other language would be a plus. isha

Interested? We look forward to receiving your:

application.

UBS (Bahamas) Ltd.
Human Resources
P.O. Box N-7757 —
Nassau, Bahamas

Poco Loco
35° Tiara 3500 Express. Year: 1995 LOA 38’ 10” Beam: 13” 9”
. Displacement: 22,000lIbs, Draft: 3’ 6” -
Engines: Diesel Caterpillar 3208’s 435hp
Hours: 620 Cruising Speed: 25 knots
Fuel: 354gals. Water: 124gals. Holding Tank: 30gals.
6.5kW Phasor generator (new 2005)" °° pean

Maintained to'highest standards. Sleeps total of 6. Forward
enclosed stateroom with double bed, L-shaped leather lounge
sleeps 2, convertible dinette seats 5 and sleeps 2, enclosed
head/shower, full service galley with frig/freezer, 2 burner elec.
stove and microwave oven, forward and aft A/C units (new 2005),
Stereo 6 CD changer. Extensive electronics.

(Bahamas duty paid)
For inspection call: Days: 393-2795 or 357-7909
Nights: 324-1462

‘FoR RENT

CORAL HARBOUR
MAIN ROAD

Tastefully furnished, two bed,
two and half bathroom,
split level unit, laundry, standby

power supply, central
: aircondition.

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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS ) _ ‘THURSDAY, APRIL 13,.2006, PAGE 5B

_ INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY





MUST SELL eee
MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES

ELEUTHERA
(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue) — |



Alll that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 42,

sq. ft. and basement area about 144 sq. ft. This home is in good condition. The land is flat and on a hill, and is clear of
all debis. Area is complete with all goods, utilities and services available.



Appraisal: $108,934.00

This property is situated on the northern side of the road leading to the public cemetery and approximately 66 ft westerly from the main Eleuthera Highway in the
settlement of Lower Bogue.

a gee a a a aa a ec ee
ELEUTHERA © 7

(Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue)

comprising of about 34,210 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 12 year old single storney home comprising of 4 bedrooms,
3 bathrooms, front room, dining, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry room, with a total living area of approximately

This home is approximately 85% completed. The property is well landscaped with crab grass, fiascos and some fruit
< trees.



Appraisal: $235,638.00

This property is situated on the western side of Eleuthera Highway in the settlement of Lower Bogue.



BRAKEN BURY ROAD, BLUE HILL ESTATES
(Lot No. 15 Block 11)

All that lot of land having an area of 14,520 sq. ft., being lot no. 15 block 11 of the Subdivision known as and designated

comprised of a 20 yr old single family residence consisting of approximately 1,234 sq. ft., of enclused living space with
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living, utility, dining rooms and a Kkitchen. The land is on a grad and level; however the site
appears to be sufficently elivated to dissalow the possibility of flooding duri9ng annual heavy rainy periods of the year.
The grounds are falny: kept, with improvements eee amvenay, walwiey a angi low sirup, Yard is enclosed with
chain linked fencing. et St AOS a Wwbtea We RO



Appraisal: $174, 592.00

Traveling west on the service road of the Tonique Williams Highway, turn left at the corner just before Orginal Patties, drive straight over the hill to the. end of the
corner. The subject house is the last house at the top of the hill peinted white trimmed green. if



CYCLOPS GARDEN
; (Nassau) : |







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| Cowpen Road one corner west of Faith Avenue Junction. This property comprise of a two and a half year old single
storey duples with a gross floor area of 1,512.42 sq. ft., each unit consisting of 2 bedrooms. ‘all wth wall airconditioning
units, 1 bathroom, living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new. es i

Appraisal: $215,261 00

Heading south on Faith Avenue to junction off Cowpen road make a right then first right again. The subject property is the 4th on the right tan trimmed brown..



LOT #7 EARLY SETTLERS DRIVE
(Eleuthera)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 11,200 sq. ft. being #7 Early Settlers Drive, North Eleuthera
Heights, Eleuthera one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised an incomplete
| two storey single family structure consisting of approximately 2,255.92 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms,
| 2.5 bathrooms, living room, ee kitchen and tv room.

Appraisal: $132,968.00

; or ees

NORTH ELEUTHERA HEIGHTS (ELEUTHERA), Lot #20 approximately 11,200 sq. ft., and bounded on North by Early Settler Drive
and South by Deal Investment Ltd., this is a single family zoning and 50 ft., above sea level. This site encompasses a foundation
with plumbing and roughing inplace and well compacked quarry fill. The concrete floor has not been poured as yet. The foundation
is 2,511 sq. ft. Lot #20 situated 1.5 miles east wardly of the Blutt Settlement. The said lot is vacant and a hill over looking the Atlantic
Ocean. Appraisal: $41,275.00



BAHAMA SOUND (EXUMA), Lot #7088 situated in Bahama Sound, Exuma section 10 East. Great Exuma approximately 10.5 miles

| west of George Town lot is square in shape on elevation of approximately 15 ft., above sea level contains 10,000 sq. ft., No adverse
site conditions noted. This property is single family residence. Property is located on the northwestern side of the Queen’s Highway,
about 10.5 miles northwest of George Town, Appraisal: $23,100.00

For conditions of sale and other information contact
Philip White @ 502-3077 email philip.white@scotiabank.com or

eS Collie @ 502-3034 email harry. collie@scotiabank. com



comprising of about 11,570 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 25 year old single story home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2 f
bathrooms (one incomplete), front room, dining, kitchen and basement area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66 —

All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62, :

2,342.06. Property also includes a double car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of approximately 655.75. —

at Blue Hill Estates, the said subdivision situated in the western district of New Providence, Bahamas. The property is .

All that lot of land numbering as “H” being one of several lots in Cyclops Gardens located off the northern side of

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Lyford Cay House
West Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas

Tel. 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs
www.cbrichardellis.com.

9,941 - 11,207 sq.ft. office space available.
Well placed on West Bay St., near Lyford Cay.
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- PAGE 6B, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006

THE TRIBUNE.



ICD Utilities
says: No May

dividend

FROM page 1B

ricane season closes.

This move has forced ICD |

Utilities’ Board to follow suit
on the May dividend.

In a statement issued yester-
day, ICD Utilities said: “Grand
Bahama Power is not declaring
a dividend at this time in order
to improve service quality, reli-
ability and overall customer
satisfaction. Grand Bahama
Power s decision was made
after a comprehensive review
of [its] customer service deliv-
ery performance.

“In the aftermath of three
hurricanes and a major tropical
storm in 2004 and 2005, the
cost of Grand Bahama Pow-
er’s restoration efforts exceed-
ed $18.4 million.

“Prudent utility practice

INSIGHT

For the stories

behind the news,
read Insight
on Mondays



requires Grand Bahama Pow-
er to invest into strengthening
its power system against hurri-
canes. Another active hurri-
cane season is forecasted for

2006.”
Chief

David Dunbar, Grand
Bahama Power’s chief execu-
tive, last May said that Hurri-
canes Frances and Jeanne in
2004 had cost the company $4
million in lost revenue and $7.9
million in damage repair costs,
making for an $11.9 million hit.

The company’s sales had suf-
fered in early 2005 as a result
of the hurricanes and ongoing
economic recovery in Grand
Bahama, where it supplies
almost 19,000 residential, busi-
ness and industrial customers.
Some 85 per cent.of its cus-
tomer base is in the area that
comes under the Grand
Bahama. Port Authority, which
sets the firm’s electricity rates.

Grand Bahama Power’s ulti-
mate parent company, Geor-
gia-based Mirant Corporation,
said in its annual report filing
with the Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC)
that “higher sales” from its
Bahamian operation in 2005
produced a $3 million gross
margin increase, part of a $28
million Caribbean-wide rise.

Mirant, which owns a 55.4
per cent majority stake in
Grand Bahama Power, said
that the latter’s debt ‘principal
had increased from $29 million

at year-end 2004 to $43 mil-
lion a year later, the interest
rate attached being 5.625 per
cent.

Grand Bahama Power has a

$48 million senior unsecured

credit facility with Scotiabank
(Bahamas), an agreement it
entered into in November
2004, and which consists of a.

$28 million, 10-year amortis- -'

ing term facility and $20 mil-
lion construction facility.

The entire term facility was
drawn down as at December
2004, a date at which Grand

Bahama Power had also used *

$2 million of the construction
facility.

Mirant said: “The $10 mil-. -

lion letter of credit issued in
October 2004 under the con-

struction facility was reduced :

in June 2005 by $3 million, and

in July 2005 by $4 million, toa .

new amount of $3 million.

Power

“As of December 2005,
Grand Bahama Power has
drawn approximately $16 mil-
lion under the construction
facility. The construction facil-

ity converts into an amortising -

term facility at the conclusion
of the construction period (up
to 16 months) and matures

together with the $28 million

term facility.”
Grand Bahama Power,
Mirant added, was in compli-

ance with all the covenants”
attached to the loan agree-

ment.

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS

IN THE SUPREME. COURT

Probate Side

IN THE ESTAE OF EDWIN TOWNSEND
WOODRUFF, late of No. 46 George Street, Nassau, .
The Bahamas. Deceased.

Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claim
or demand against the above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in wirting to the undersigned on or before the 27th
of April 2006, after which daqte the Executor will proceed to
distribute the assets having regard only to the claims of which

they shall then have had notice.

And Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to

Ra ey

the said Estate are requested to make full settlement on or before
the dae hereinbefore mentioned.

CB RICHARD ELLIS

Ready for immediate occupancy. NAVIGATING A NEW WORLD

ALEXIOU, KNOWLES & Co.
Attorneys for the Co-Executors
Chambers
St. Andrew’s Court
Frederick Street Steps



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TRAINEE DIESEL TECHNICIANS
‘WANTED

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UBS (Bahamas) Ltd is one of the leading Wealth
Managers in the Caribbean. We look after wealthy
private clients by providing them with
comprehensive, value-enhancing services.

For our Wealth Management team in Nassau we
are looking for an experienced.

Applicants are invited for a limited number of positions available in a program DESK HEAD NORTH

starting July 2006. High School and BTVI graduates, or anyone having a passion for AMERICA/CANADA
hands-on technical work is needed to train for the opportunity to work with % =
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Caterpillar heavy equipment including generators, marine engines, etc. : ‘oi
e Acquiring high net worth clients
e Advising clients (mainly from Canada)
Proposing investment solutions in the client’s

mother tongue
e Leading the North America Desk

Vv Industry best 5 year Internship Program
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Y Potential for growth
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extensive experience in international wealth
management, specializing i the fields of customer
relations and retention, investment advice and
portfolio management. A proven track record in a
comparable position with a leading global financial
institution, a very good network in Canada, excellent
knowledge of investment products and fluency in
English as well as French is essential.

Machinery & Energy Limited is looking for ambitious, diligent and enthusiastic
applicants. Graduates of this Internship Program will be qualified to analyze and
repair highly complex equipment. Applications are available at our office located on
1 College Avenue, Oakes Field next to C.C. Sweeting High School.

Applications by Bahamian nationals only should be
addressed to:

Email: apply@me-ltd.com

Website: http://me-Itd.cat.com UBS (Bahamas) Fld.

Human Resources
P.O. Box N-7757
Nassau, Bahamas



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Former Enron chief
denies wrongdoing

@ By PATTI BOND
Cox News Service

HOUSTON — The anticipat-
ed fireworks in the Enron fraud
trial quickly fizzled into slow-
burning embers Tuesday.

Former Chief Executive Jef-
frey Skilling spent his second
day on the stand debunking - in
painstaking detail - the govern-
ment’s conspiracy and fraud
charges against him. Under the
deliberate prodding of defense
attorney Daniel Petrocell,
Skilling refuted the claims from
his former colleagues at Enron
that the company routinely
fluffed up financial statements.

Skilling, who has kept his
sometimes-combative demeanor
in check, chafed when his attor-
ney asked him whether Enron
had propped up quarterly earn-
ings by a few pennies to meet
Wall Street expectations.

“That is absurd. It’s not true,”
Skilling snapped.

Also not true, Skilling said,
were the statements from a long
line of Enron executives turned
government witnesses who have
filed into court in recent weeks
to testify against him.

“You’ve heard a lot of peo-
ple, people you worked elbow-
to-elbow with, who said you
lied,” Petrocelli said. “Were they
telling the truth?”

“No - they weren’t,” Skilling











said.

“Did you ever have a single
conversation with someone at
Enron in which you said, ’We’re
not cutting it - we’ve got to
break the law?’?” Petrocelli
asked.

“IT never did that,” Skilling
replied. “I don’t think I did any-
thing remotely like that.”

As is often the case in white-
collar trials, jurors will have to
decide which side is more believ-
able. There is no paper trail
directly linking Skilling or Enron
founder Kenneth Lay, a co-
defendant, to the alleged fraud
at Enron. So prosecutors and
defense attorneys are waging a
he-said, she-said battle.

Skilling, accused of lying to
investors to cover up a massive
fraud at Enron, has a lot to

' debunk - prosecutors called 22

witnesses before finishing their
case March 28.

After spending much of Mon-
day delving into Skilling’s char-
acter, Petrocelli switched Tues-
day to a line-by-line assault of
the 28-count indictment against
his client. Prosecutors dropped
some charges last month, but the
indictment still spans 40-plus
pages.

Charges against Skilling span
the period from 1999 to 2001,
when he resigned from Enron
four months before it filed for
bankruptcy protection.

[INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL

* A Single Storey Commercial Building of concrete structure approximately 5 years old which an incomplete Gas
Station and Underground Fuel Storage Tank and comprising 2,121 sq. ft. situated on Lot No. 90-F (27,738 sq. ft.)
being a portion of a Lot of Land totaling 4.646 acres on Main Eleuthera, Queens Highway, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera

| The property is well landscaped and is in close proximity to a Shopping Centre and Gas Station. Area Utilities:.
Electricity, City Water and Telephone

or con itions of the sale and other information, please contact:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit at: 356-1685, 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit,

P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
To reach us before April, 2006

Directions: Travelling on the western side of the Main Eleuthera Highway and dpproximately.2,219 feet northerly
from Four for Nothing Road on the Island of Eleuthera, Bahamas

Financing available for the qualified persons

Serious enquires only

The six charges against Lay
focus on his actions after Skilling
left Enron.

Lay, 63, and Skilling, 52, face
at least 25 years in prison if con-
victed.

Skilling spent most of Tues-
day morning recalling Enron’s
heyday in the 1990s, when the
company became a Wall Street
darling for its innovative
approach to energy trading and

* branched out into retail and

broadband ventures.

In 1999, Petrocelli noted,
Enron reported that net income
in its wholesale energy division
shot up 48 percent compared
with the previous year.

Prosecutors claim the compa-
ny hit a rocky period that year,
prompting Skilling and Lay to
turn to accounting tricks to keep
the good news coming.

“In 1999, given that you’re
ahead of everybody else, was
there any reason why the com-
pany needed to start breaking

the law in order to continue that ~

growth?” Petrocelli asked.
“No,” Skilling replied.

And so it went for much of ,

Tuesday’s testimony, with
Skilling alternating between flat
denials and drawn-out discus-
sions of Enron’s finances.
Skilling, who said Monday he

had considered a teaching career ~

after he left Enron, was profes-
sorially chatty when given the





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chance to explain the day-to-day
dealings of his former employer.

Like other public companies, ~
- Enron’s quarterly earnings pro-

jections were a moving target,
Skilling said, that sometimes
fluctuated at the last minute.
Executives did their best, he
said, to keep shareholders
informed, but no company can

be expected to lay out every bit -

ofits business. .

“It’s virtually impossible to do
so,” Skilling said. “There’s a
wide range of information that
you don’t want your competi-
tors to know ... so the vast major-
ity is not disclosed.”

Prosecutors contend, however,
that Enron had far more to hide
than the average public compa-
ny.

They say Lay and Skilling
used off-the-books partnerships,
among other financial tricks, set
up by former Enron finance
chief Andrew Fastow to cover
up money-losing assets and prop
up profits. Fastow, 44, who tes-
tified against Skilling last month,
has pleaded guilty to fraud
charges and faces 10 years in
prison.

Lay and Skilling say they were
duped by Fastow and other
rogue executives. They also
claim that Enron collapsed into
bankruptcy not because of prob-
lems with its core businesses but
because investors lost confidence

and triggered a “run on the. .
. bank” after learning that Fas-

tow had looted the company of
millions of dollars through his
shady deals.

Skilling is expected to contin-
ue his direct testimony for the
remainder of the week.



















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US trade deficit with China falls

ll By MARTIN
CRUTSINGER

AP Economics Writer _.

WASHINGTON (AP) —
The Chinese are engaged in
a multibillion-dollar buying
spree of all things American,
from soybeans to Boeing jet-
liners, and the huge U.S. trade
deficit with China dropped
unexpectedly in February.

But the Bush administra-
tion said Wednesday that
more trade concessions will
be needed when President Hu
Jintao visits Washington next

week to quiet growing unrest
in this country over a U.S.

trade deficit with China that ‘

hit $202 billion last year,

That deficit, the highest
ever for the U.S. with a single
country, has led to demands in
Congress for punitive tariffs
against all Chinese products
if Beijing does not do more
to halt what critics see as; the
country’s unfair trading prac-
tices.

The complaints include
accusations that China has not
done enough to deal with
rampant piracy of copyright

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products. This practice robs
American computer software
companies and music and
movie businesses of billions
of dollars in annual sales.

American manufacturers
also are upset because they
believe China is unfairly
depressing the value of its cur-
rency against the dollar by as
much as 40 percent. Thus,
Chinese goods bought by
American consumers are sig-
nificantly cheaper in the Unit-
ed States while American
products are more expensive
in China.

The trade deficit with China
represented more than one-
fourth of last year’s record
$723.6 billion U.S. deficit with
all countries. Critics say the
deficits are a major factor in
the loss of nearly 3 million
manufacturing jobs since Pres-
ident Bush took office in 2001.

Republicans, strong sup-
porters of Bush’s free-trade
policies, are beginning to wor-
ry they could suffer in the
upcoming congressional elec-
tions unless the trade picture
begins to improve.

The Chinese, seeking to pla-
cate their biggest foreign mar-
ket, dispatched Vice Premier
Wu Yi and 200 Chinese busi-
ness executives on a $16.2 bil-
lion buying spree over the past
week with stops in a number
of states to demonstrate the
importance of the vast Chi-
nese market for American
companies.

The purchases included 80

Boeing jetliners and various .

other U.S. products, from tele-
phones to soybeans and soft-
ware.

Wu continued the goodwill
campaign during a stop in
Washington on Tuesday
where she struck agreements
to deal with some long-sim-
mering trade disputes. She
announced that China was
ready to resume purchases of
American beef that were halt-
ed after the first case of mad
cow disease was discovered in
Washington state in Decem-
ber 2003.


























She made commitments to
crack down on copyright pira-
cy, including requiring all
computers sold in China to be
loaded with legal software.

The administration invited
Wu to the White House on
Wednesday for a meeting with
Bush. The president told her
that he was looking forward
to next week’s meetings and
hoped the Chinese president
would “explain to the Ameri-
can people how China will
meet the challenge of rectify-
ing global economic imbal-
ances,” White House
spokesman Scott McClellan
told reporters.

That conversation followed
Bush’s remarks Monday that
he planned to raise the cur-
rency issue with Hu. His com-
ment has raised hopes among
manufacturing groups that the
Chinese may be preparing to
move more further in revalu-
ing their currency.

The White House got some
good news on America’s
deficit with China with a
report Wednesday showing
the trade gap declined by a
bigger-than-expected 22.7 per-
cent in February, falling to

“$13.8 billion, the smallest

imbalance with China since
March 2005.

The improvement reflected
a 19.9 percent jump in US.
exports to China to $4.1 bil-
lion, the second highest level
on record, led by big gains in
sales of American cotton, soy-
beans and semiconductors.
Chinese imports fell by 16.2
percent.to $17.9 billion.

On Wall Street, the Dow
Jones industrial average rose
40.34 points to close at
11,129.97 on Wednesday.

Analysts noted that China
has reported that its trade sur-
plus for March was more than
double the amount for the
previous year, indicating that
its exports to the United



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_ “The fundamental
- problems brought
about by flawed and
failed trade policies
continue to create huge

trade deficits and the
potential for real —
economic difficulties

ri Cerelore Matte) mae
datone around.”

States probably rebounded as
well.

Democratic critics noted
that even with the big Febru-
ary decline in the gap with
China, the overall trade deficit
still came in at $65.7 billion,
the third highest monthly
deficit in history.

“The fundamental problems
brought about by flawed and
failed trade policies continue
to create huge trade deficits
and the potential for real eco-
nomic difficulties if we don’t



turn them around,” said Sen. ‘

Byron Dorgan, D-N.D.

Even a Republican sup- ":

porter of trade liberalization

warned China on Wednesday *«
that it must start to show’
results in boosting U.S. *
exports to ward off protec- ~

tionist sentiment in Congress.

“Lofty statements coming '

= Senator Byron bgt

from a meeting don’t mean a‘

thing if there isn’t follow-
through,” said Senate Finance
Committee Chairman Charles

Grassley, R-lowa.

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being a portion of a Lot of Land totaling 4.646 acres on Main Eleuthera, Queens Highway, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera

The property is well landscaped and is in close proximity to a Shopping Centre and Gas Station. Utilities: Electricity,

For conditions of the sale and other information, please contact:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit at: 356-1685 or 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CLAUDE MORRISSETT OF
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to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, |

for.registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 7TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,
Bahamas.

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Directions: Traveling west along Wulff Rd from Claridge Rd, take the first corner on the left, Peardale Road.
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_BUSINESS



Entrepreneur plans

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 9B ©

ake Bahamas eae

‘adware c«

FROM page 1B

already had close to 50 per
cent Bahamian ownership, and
wanted to start training
Bahamians in software devel-
opment, computer program-
ming and web design.

Mr Richards, who has
worked in computers and IT
since 1972, including a stint
with Databank (New
Zealand), that country’s com-
puterised banking system, said:
“We’re looking to start up a
software house, training
Bahamians in web design and,
in turn, have those people
training others.

“We're looking to put every
single business we can in the
Bahamas on the Internet, and
do this in an economic way.
We're prepared to put a busi-
ness on the web for $300.”

Warned

He warned that this did not
mean a fully-developed web-
site, but for $300 a Bahamian
company would receive a sin-
gle attractive, functioning
page. Companies, who wanted
more from Portcullis would
have to pay extra.

Pointing out that Bahamian
companies were losing out on
business opportunities to for-
eign rivals because they did
not have the ability to market
themselves via the Internet,
Mr Richards said Portcullis
wanted to place all Bahamian

so visitors would be aware of
them before arriving in this
nation.

Among the attractions ripe
for such treatment were the
Arawak Cay Fish Fry and Fort
Charlotte, plus Bahamian-
owned charter operators that
serviced the Family Islands.

Mr Richards said: “Every
‘Mom and Pop’ store will be
able to be on the Internet at a
cost that’s not ridiculous. A lot
of people go to the Internet to
look up telephone numbers,

and they will be able to go [to -

pages designed by Portcullis]
and look these up.”

Apart from web design,
Portcullis is planning three
other areas to its business
operations. It currently has
four staff, and Mr Richards

said that as part of its Inter- ,

net training plans, it will take
on three programmers, train
them, and then charge them
with training a further three
people, broadening the labour
market.

Another service Portcullis
hopes to provide is the

removal of all malware, such

as adware and viruses, from
infected Bahamian computers
while preserving the integrity
of their systems.

The company is also launch-.

ing the website
BadAware.com to combat
‘adware’. Mr _ Richards

explained that ‘adware’ con-
sisted of advertising messages
sent to computers via the
Internet.

Examples of this were pop-



up adverts, which often probably the strongest team in

ntre point’

expect to achieve a rate of Mr Richards said: “There’s a

worked hand-in-glove with

-spyware, which records the

passwords and key logs used
by computer users.

Mr Richards said the vol-
ume of adware sent to com-
puters slowed them down and
often locked them up, pre-
venting them from operating
efficiently.

Site

He added that the
BadAware.com site was oper-
ational,and looking for
Bahamian programmers to
staff it.

“What we have to offer is .

dealing with spyware, adware
and viruses, making the
Bahamas the centre point in
the world for dealing with
this,” Mr Richards said.

“We're talking about taking
the Bahamas to the world.
There’s a gigantic problem
called adware out there. No
government has done anything
about it.

-“The Bahamas government
will be recognised in this area.
We need a lot of people for

programmers and developers,

as well as developing websites
for every business here.in the
Bahamas.”

Mr Richards said he did not

return on his investment for
some time, but added that
combating adware was “a
gigantic field” involving bil-
lions of dollars. Those behind
it, he said, had not fully shown
their hand yet.

belief here that there is noth-
ing to manufacture. In a case
like that, you manufacture out
of thin air, and out of thin air
you manufacture software. I
believe Bahamians have not
been given opportunities.”

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS. 2005/COM/bnk

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Bankruptcy and Insolvency

NO. 00051

BETWEEN

CAVLIER CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD.

Judgement Creditor

tourist attractions on the web,
im be

“NOTICE

: NOTICE is hereby given that MERLINE MOCOMBE OF P.O.
‘ BOX SS-5951, FORT FINCASTLE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
‘applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and

: Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The

: Bahamas, and-that any person who knows any reason why

' registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
' a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-

- eight days from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister

; responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
' Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTICE

/ NOTICE is hereby given that LEXIRA LEXIUS OF
| CARMICHAEL ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
‘the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
‘registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
ithat any person who knows any reason why registration/
‘naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
‘and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
|‘ from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister responsible
for ere and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,

[NOTICE

; NOTICE is hereby given that DIEUPHA MOCOMBE OF P.O.
' BOX SS-5951, FORT FINCASTLE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
| Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
| Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-
eight days from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
{ Nassau, Bahamas.

PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, ST. PAUL ONEIL:
BOWEN also known as ST. PAUL ONEIL JACQUES of
the Western District of the Island of New Providence,
intend to change my name to ST. PAUL ONEIL JACQUES.
If there are any objections to this change of name by Deed
| Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief Passport
Officer, RO.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than
thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JUNIOR MOREUS OF
HUTCHINSON STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,



for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 13TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,
Bahamas.























NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that NELSON PETITFRERE OF
ALLEN DRIVE, CARMICHAEL ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS,
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-
eight days from the 6TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas. ~

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WESLY JOSEPH OF SUNRISE
ROAD OFF BLUE HILL ROAD, P.O. BOX CR-55201,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement.of the |
facts within twenty- sight’ days from the 13TH day of APRIL,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.





Temple Clvistian High Sohool

“Teach Me, O Lard, Thy Way"...Psalmn 119°33

Invites applications for qualified Christian teachers for the following
positions for the 2006-2007.school year.

- Journalism! Literature (Gr. 10-12)

- Religious Knowledge Bible (Gr. 7-12)
- Math (Gr. 7-12)

- Physics (Gr. 10- 12)

- Agriculture (Gr. 7-9)

- Technical Drawing (Gr. 7-12)

- Accounts/Commerce/Economics (Gr. 10-12)
- Physical Education (Gr.. 7-12)

- Spanish (Gr. 7-12)

- Geography/History (Gr. 10- ne

~ Chemistry

- Business Studies (Gr. 10-12)

- Health Science (Gr. 7-9)

- General Science (Gr. 7-9)

- Computer Studies (Gr. 7-12)

~ Music (Gr. 7-12)

- Biology (Gr. 10-12)

- Language Arts/Literature (Fr. 7-12)
- Art/Craft (Gr. 7-12)

- Food Nutrition (Gr. 10-12)

- Home Economics (Gr. 7-9)

Applicants must:

| A. Be a practicing born-again Christian who is willing to subscribe

to the Statement of Faith of Temple Christian Schools.

B. Have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or higher from a
recognized College or University in the area of specialization.

C. Have a valid Teacher’s Certificate or Diploma.

D. Have at least two years teaching experience in the relevant
subject area with excellent communication skills.

E. Applicants must have the ability to prepare students for all
examinations to the BJC/BGCSE levels.

F. Be willing to participate in the high school’s extra curricular
programmes.

Application must be picked up at the high school office on Shirley
Street be returned with a full curriculum vitae, recent coloured
photograph and three references to:

Mr. Neil Hamilton
The Principal
Temple Christian High School
P.O. Box N-1566
Nassau, Bahamas

Deadline for applications is May 25th, 2006



AND

RUDOLPH KERMITT KING aka -
RUDY KING-LARODA
Judgement Debtor

BANKRUPTCY ORDER

BEFORE the Honourable Justice John Lyons of the
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

DATED this 9th day of March, A.D., 2006

UPON HEARING the Petition of Cavalier Construction
Co. Ltd., a company incorporated under and carrying on business
in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas and having its registered office situated in the city of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence, and upon proof,
satisfactory to the court, of the debt of the petitioner and of the
act of bankruptcy alleged to have been committed by the
Judeement Debtor having been given. :

UPON HEARING Mr. Roger Gomez holding brief
for Mr. Wayne Munroe of Counsel for the Judgement Debtor

‘ AND UPON HEARING Dr. Peter'D. Maynard with
i: “Mr. Jason T. Maynard of COunpe! HOY pi Judgement Creo

“TIS ORDERED THAT:

1. The Judgement Debtor, RUDOLPH KERMITT KING, also
known as RUDY KING-LARODA, carrying on business as
Chairman of the King Humanitarian and Global Foundation
and lately residing at Raymond Road, Claridgedale Gardens in
the Eastern District of the Island of New Providence one of the
Islands of the said Commonwealth, be and he is hereby adjudged
bankrupt.

2. Until such time as the appointment of a trustee by the creditors
shall have been certified by the court, it is hereby certified and
declared hat the Registrar of the Supreme Court, Mrs. Estelle
Gray-Evans, is the trustees of the property of the said bankrupt |
and the said Registrar is hereby ordered to take possession of
the said property forthwith.

3. Acopy of this Order adjudging the Judgement Debtor bankrupt
shall be published i in the Gazette.

4. The first meeting of creditors shall be held at a date to be
fixed.

5. The costs of and incidental to this application are to be paid
by the Judgement Debtor to the Judgement Creditor, to be taxed
if not agreed.

BY ORDER OF THE COURT
REGISTRAR

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

_ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any
claim or demand against the estate of the above-named Rudolph
Kermitt King aka Rudy King-Laroda, carrying on business as
Chairman of King Humanitarian and Global Foundation and
lately residing at Raymond Road, Claridgedale Gardens in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence, who was

’ adjudged bankrupt on the 9th day of March A.D. 2006 by the
Supreme Court of The Bahamas, are required to send their names,
addresses and the particulars of their debts, duly verified by
affidavit to the undersigned on or before the 18th day of April
A.D. 2006, and, if so required, be prepared to prove such debts
or claims.

AND NOTICE IS GIVEN that first meeting of creditors in the
above matter will be held at the Office of the Registrar, Second
Floor, Ansbacher Building, East Street North, Nassau, Bahamas
on Tuesday, the 2nd day of May A.D., 2006 at 12:30 o’clock
in the afternoon.

AND FURTHER NOTICE IS GIVEN that only those creditors
whose debts have been lodged with the Registrar and proved as
aforesaid will be admitted to vote and entitled to participate in
the first meeting of the creditors.

Dated this 3rd day of April A.D, 2006.



STELLE G.
Registrar of the Suprem

Trustee-in-Bankruptcy
Supreme Court Registry

Second Floor
Ansbacher House
Bank Lane
P.O. Box N-167
: Nassau, The Bahamas
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Wilma insurance claims over $40m

Legal Notice

NOTICE
COVENTRY INVESTMENTS LIMITED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) CONVENTRY INVESTMENTS LIMITED is in voluntary
dissolution under the provisions of Section 137 (4) of the International
Business Companies Act 2000.

ETO] =k

FROM page 1B

$177,500 worth of marine
claims resulting from Hurri-
cane Wilma yet to be settled.

Outside of Grand Bahama,
the largest amount of Wilma-
related claims came from oth-
er Family Islands.

This is likely to mean Bimini,
and these gross claims totalled
$5.15 million. Out of these,
only $348,137 has been paid to
claimants. All these damages

are related to property.

On Abaco, out of total gross
Wilma claims worth $359,258,
only $7,000 remains to be set-
tled, again all for property
damage.

On New Providence, some
$55,665 worth of Wilma-relat-
ed claims were submitted, and
$22,665 paid as of yesterday.
Most of this - some $38,515 -
was in the marine category.

The vast majority of Wilma-
related claims, some $38.194

million, were for property
damages. Out of these, some
$17.335 million has been paid
to claimants thus far, leaving

- $20.859 million outstanding.

3

Out of $1.594 million in
motor vehicle claims that were:
submitted, some $801,262 has.
been paid out, leaving $792, 700,

worth of claims outstanding. ¥



PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, JOYCE NELL.
BANNISTER YOUNG of Churchill Avenue, Nassau,









Bahamas, ‘intend to change my name to JOYCE
NELL BANNISTER. If there are any objections to this }}
change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such |»
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, RO.Box N-
742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days
after the date of publication of this notice.



(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced on the 12th April,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and registered
by the Registrar General

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Mr Andrew Philip Ramage of
38/40 Victoria Street, Douglas, Isle of Man.

Dated this 13th day of April, A.D. 2006.

Mr Andrew Philip Ramage
Liquidator



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that these positions are being advertised in accordance with
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An opportunity arises for a qualified accountant to provide accounting services
to the fund, associated companies and their shareholders in Nassau. The role
represents a ground floor opportunity in he establishment of a physical presence
in Nassau and will provide an exciting challenge to an ambitious accountant
who is looking to gain entry to a successful and fast growing international team.

The successful candidate will be Bahamian or will have the right to work in The
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will have gained some sound practical experience in an audit firm, commercial
or industrial business, particularly closing IFRS..Financial Statements and/or
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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 11B

THE TRIBUNE

BUSINESS

Bahamas LNG
project loses



Legal Notice

NOTICE

MOTOR BIKE INTERNATIONAL LTD.
, (In Voluntary Liquidation)

Creditors having debts or claims against the above-named
Company are required to send particulars thereof to the
undersigned at Ocean Centre, Montagu Foreshore, East Bay
Street, P.O. Box N-3247, Nassau, Bahamas as sole Liquidator
on or before the 25th day of April, 2006. In default thereof
they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution j
made by the Liquidator.

Dated the 11th day of April, 2006

gas quality case

FROM page 1B

utilities that would benefit
from its supply.
“AES argues that there is no

UBS

practical way to apportion
responsibility for equipment
modification costs among
LNG suppliers and project
sponsors,” the judge noted.
“AES argues that under the.....

‘UBS (Bahamas) Ltd is one of the leading Wealth
‘Managers in the Caribbean. We look after wealthy
iprivate clients by providing them with comprehensive,

value-enhancing services.

For our newly created UBSI Quality Desk in Nassau

we are looking fora

DESK HEAD (QUALITY DESK)

In this challenging position you will be responsible for:

e Advising clients (mainly from Latin America)
¢ Liaising with UBSI Financial Advisors
‘e Proposing investment solutions in the client’s

cost allocation policies, facility
modification costs required to
accommodate the delivery of
regasified LNG should be
spread system-wide among the
power generators and electric
utilities who will benefit from
the introduction of regasified
LNG to the FGT system.

Argues

“AES argues that the intro-
duction of regasified LNG into
the FGT system will benefit all
consumers in Florida, regard-
less of whether they directly

purchase regasified LNG......

“AES argues that by diver-
sifying supply and enhancing
reliability, AES’ pipeline pro-
ject will increase competition
in the natural gas marketplace,
ultimately resulting in lower
prices as a result of an increase

in supply alternatives.”

In addition, AES Ocean
Express also argued that elec-
tricity utilities had previously
borne the costs involved in
modifying their facilities to
deal with changes in LNG
composition.

To back its suggestion that:

the costs associated with mod-
ification be spread across the
Florida power system, the
judge wrote: “AES asserts that
if such costs are imposed on
the LNG supplier, the LNG
supplier may ultimately end up
subsidising the power genera-
tor’s access to a new supply of
resources.”

Declined

However, the judge declined

to get involved on the issue of .

costs, saying that the figures
involved were “highly specu-
lative” and it was not for him
to propose or supervise costs.

Judge Grossman said: “The
prospective costs are simply
too-indefinite to be considered
in this proceeding.”

LYNDEN MAYCOCK
LIQUIDATOR

4 Legal Notice

NOTICE

MOTOR BIKE INTERNATIONAL LTD.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) MOTOR BIKE INTERNATIOANAL LTD. is in
dissolution under the provisions of the International
Business Companies Act 2000.

The dissolution of the said Company commenced on the
11th April, 2006 when its Articles of Dissolution
were submitted to and registered by the Registrar General.

_The Liquidator of the said Company is Mr. Lynden
Maycock of Ocean Centre, Montagu Foreshore, East Bay
Street, RO. Box N-3247, Nassau, Bahamas as sole
Liquidator.

Dated the 11th day of April, 2006.
H&J Corporate Services Ltd.

Registered Agent

mother tongue
for the above-named Company



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2005
No. 00453

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side

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from.people-who are.

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IN THE MATTER of all that piece parcel or lot of land
having an area of 54,890.88 square feet situate-in-the Island ..
of Crooked Island one of The Islands of Thé: ‘Commonwealth
of The Bahamas and being a lot of land situate on the
southern side of The Queens Highway bounded on the North
by the said Queens Highway and running thereon One
Hundred and Fifty one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet
and on the WEST by land said to be the property of Virginia
Deleveaux and running thereon Three Hundred Sixty one
and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet and on the SOUTH by
land now or formerly the property of The Anderson Family
, and running thereon One Hundred and Fifty one and Eighty
Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the EAST by land said to
be the property of Lucky Winter and running thereon Three
Hundred and Sixty one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet.

Applications. by: ‘Bahamian nationals’ only Soule be
addresséd to: “2°

UBS (Bahamas) Ltd.
Human Resources
P.O. Box N-7757
Nassau, Bahamas



AND IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act 1959

AND IN THE MATTER of the Petition of FLORENCE
ANDERSON

NOTIC ) NOTICE OF PETITION

, Notice is hereby given that Florence Anderson of the Southern district of the Island
of New Providence (hereinafter called “the Petitioner’) claims to be the owner of
the encumbered fee simple in possession of the land hereinafter described, that is
to say:

- MINISTRY OF WORKS & UTILITIES

| The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas intends to pre-
- qualify Bahamian General Contractors for the construction of the Proposed
New Straw Market on the former Market Plaza Site, Bay Street.

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 54,890.88 square
fee situate in the island of Crooked Island one of the Islands of The Commonwealth
of The Bahamas and being a lot of land situate on the southern side of The Queens
Highway bounded on the NORTH by the said Queens Highway and running thereon
One Hundred and Fifty-one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the WEST
by land said to be the property of Virginia Deleveaux and running thereon Three
Hundred Sixty-one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet and on the SOUTH by
land now or formerly the property of The Anderson Family and running thereon
One Hundred and Fifty-one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the EAST
by land said to be the property of Lucy Winter and running thereon Three Hundred
and Sixty-one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet.

Consequently, The Ministry of Works & Utilities now invites Bahamian
_ General Contractors wishing to pre-qualify for the proposed project to submit

their prequalification proposals, along with documentation of their legal

status, technical and financial capacity, for the provision of construction
: services.

Prequel ieation documents may be obtained by interested parties, as of
- Tuesday, 18th April 2006, from the Office of the Director of Public Works,
Ministry of Works & Utilities, between the hours of 10am and 3pm Monday
_ to Friday, upon payment of a non-refundable fee of B$100.00. Payment may
be in Cash, Certified Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Orders, made payable §
_to the Public Treasury of the Bahamas. ,

A Plan of the said land may be inspected during normal office hours in the
following places:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau

(b) The Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes situate at Mareva
House, 4 George Street, Nassau, Bahamas

(c) The notice board at the office of the Administrator, Crooked Island

‘An original, along with two copies of the completed Pre-qualification
Application should be returned, in sealed envelopes, clearly marked ‘Pre-

. qualification Application for Construction of a Building to House Straw
Vendors” to the Office of the Director of Public Works at the address below,
no later than 2pm, 2nd May, 2006. ,

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having dower or right of dower
or any adverse claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or before
the 28th day of May A.D., 2006 file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner
and the undersigned an statement of their claim in the prescribed form, verified
by an Affidavit to be filed therewith together with a plan of the area claimed and
an abstract of their title to the said area claimed by them. Failure of an such person
to file and serve a statement of claim on or before the 28th day of May, A.D. 2006
will operate as a bar to such claim.

The Director of Public Works
Ministry of Works & Utilities,
P.O. Box N-8156,
John F. Kennedy Drive,
New Providence
Bahamas

Dated this 20th day of February A.D., 2006

McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES
Chambers
Mareva House
4 George Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner

Applicants will be notified of the results after the submissions have been
evaluated.
Signed:
Anita Bernard (Mrs)
Permanent Secretary



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PAGE 12B, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006

Deloitte.

Deloitte & Touche

Chartered Accountants

and Management Consultants
2nd Terrace, Centreville

P.O. Box N-7120

Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: + 1 (242) 302-4800
Fax: +1 (242) 322-3101
http://www.deloitte.com.bs

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT

T+ the Shareholders of
Meltec Bank & Trust Limited:

We have audited the above consolidated balance sheet of Deltec Bank & Trust Limited (the
“Company”) as at December 31, 2005. This consolidated balance sheet is the responsibility of
the Company’s management. Our ee is to express an opinion on this consolidated
balance sheet based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing. Those
Standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about
whether the consolidated balance sheet is free of material misstatement. An audit includes
examining, on a.test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the consolidated
balance sheet. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant
estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall consolidated balance sheet
presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.

In our opinion, the consolidated ‘balance sheet presents fairly, in all material respects, the
consolidated financial position of the Company as at December 31, 2005, in accordance with
International Financial Reporting Standards.

D ghee

February 17, 2006

A member firm of

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

DELTEC BANK & TRUST LIMITED

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 2005
(Expressed in thousands of United States dollars)

2005 2004
‘ASSETS

Cash and cash sortivileite (Note 3) $ 64,278 $ 70,640

Trading investments 13 113

Due from brokers (Note 4) 304 934

Due from clients (Notes 5 and 6) 9,924 11,298

Loans receivable (Notes 6 and 7) 5,541 2,000

Other assets (Note 8) "635 1,251

Available-for-sale investments 7)

Property, premises and equipment, net (Note 9). 6,576 4,818
TOTAL 4 $87,291 $91,054 |.
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY

_ LIABILITIES:

Due to brokers (Note 4) $ - §$ 119

Due to clients (Notes:5,and 6),

» 63,215 66,350





Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Hause OF ONES 8 OBO 8S 1396
Loans payable , see ees oe
Total liabilities ee if 63,945 70,768
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY:
Share capital:
Authorized, issued and fully paid:
100,000 shares (2004: 100,000 shares) at par
value of $100 each 10,000 10,000
Revaluation reserve (Note 9) 5,405 3,221
Foreign exchange translation account 35 35

Retained earnings

TOTAL

___7,906 __7,030
Total shareholders’ equity

23,346 20,286

$__87,291 $91,054

See notes to consolidated balance sheet.

This consolidated balance sheet was approved by the Board of Directors on February 17,
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
DECEMBER 31, 2005 4
(Expressed in thousands of United States dollars)

1. GENERAL



Deltec Bank & Trust Limited (the “Company”) is incorporated under the laws of The

Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The Company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deltec ~

International Group (the “Parent”), which is incorporated under the laws of the Cayman
Islands.

The registered office of the Company is at Deltec House, Lyford Cay, Nassau, Bahamas.

_The Company is a full service bank and trust company and is also a licensed mutual fund
administrator. Its services include portfolio management, investment advice, trust and
mutual fund administration and company management.

The Company and its immediate Parent are a part of the Atlas Group and has as its
ultimate parent Atlas Capital Group Holding S.A. (ACGH), a Luxembourg based
Company. The Atlas Group is regulated on a consolidated basis by the Financial Services
Authority of the United Kingdom. On January 1, 2005, the shares of Sigma Asset
Management (Jersey) Limited, a Group company, were acquired by the Company from
Atlas Capital Group Holding S.A. and became a wholly owned subsidiary of the
Company. Further, on Sepicmber 17, 2005, the name Sigma Asset Management (Jersev)
Limited was changed to Atlas Capital (Jersey) Limited. The Company provides advice or
asset allocation, fund manager selection services to institutional and private clients,
investment and fund management and investment strategy private banking services.

SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

a. Statement of compliance - The balance sheet has been prepared in accordance with
Intemational Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRSs”) as promulgated by the
International Accounting Standards Board (“IASB”), interpretations issued by the
International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee of the IASB. ‘This
requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported
amounts of assets and liabilities, and disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at
the date of the consolidated balance sheet and the reported amounts of revenues of

: expenses during the reported period. Actual results could differ from those
estimates.

Basis of presentation - The Company’s functional currency is United States dollars

and the figures presented in the financial statements are rounded to the nearest
thousand.

The accounting policies have been consistently applied by the Company.



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: Revenue recognition - Revenue. is measured at the fair value of the consideration
' received or receivable and represents amounts receivable for services provided in
the normal course of business.

d. Subsidiaries - Subsidiaries are those enterprises controlled by the Company.
Control exists when the Company has the power, directly or indirectly, to govern
the financial and operating policies of an enterprise so as to obtain benefits from its
activities.

These consolidated financial statements include the financial statements of the
Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Atlas Capital (Jersey) Limited.

Upon consolidation, all significant intercompany balances and transactions are
eliminated.

€. Investments - Investments with fixed or determinable payments and fixed maturity
that the Company has the positive intent and ability to hold to maturity are
classified as held-to-maturity. Held-to-maturity investments are measured initially
at cost, including transaction costs and subsequently measured at amortized cost
less impairment losses (see accounting policy h).

Investments that are acquired principally for the purpose of generating a profit from
short-term fluctuations in prices are classified as trading investments. Trading
investments are measured initially at-cost, including transaction costs and
subsequently stated at fair value with any resultant gain or loss recognized in the
statement of income.

Investments which are not held-to-maturity investments or trading investments, are
classified as available-for-sale. Unlisted equity securities classified as available-for-
sale investments and whose fair value cannot be reliably determined are initially
measured at cost, including transaction costs and subsequently carried at cost less
impairment losses. Other available for sale investments are initially measured at
cost, including transaction costs and subsequently stated at fair value with any
unrealized gain or loss recognized directly in equity. Provision is made for any
impairment losses (séé accounting policy h).

The fair value of trading and available-for-sale investments is determined based on
their quoted bid price. If a quoted market price is not available, the investment is
stated at cost or fair value as determined by management.

f. Property, premises and equipment — Property, premises and equipment are carried
at cost or their revalued amounts less accumulated depreciation and impairment
losses (see note h).

Any revaluation increase arising on the revaluation of such property and premises is
credited to the revaluation reserve. A decrease in the carrying amount arising on the
revaluation of such property and premises is charged as an expense to the extent that
it exceeds the balance, if any, held in the properties revaluation reserve relating to a
previous revaluation of that asset.

Depreciation is computed on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful life of
each asset category as follows:

Premises 30 years
Equipment 5 years
Furniture, fixtures and fittings 5 years
Hardware and software 3 years
Automobiles : 4 years

g. Loans receivable and due from clients — Loans recéiveble and due-from clients: are
stated at cost less impairment losses (see note h).

~h. — - Impairment - Property, premises and equipment, investments, due from clients,

_ other assets and loans receivable are reviewed at each balance sheet date to
determine whether there is an indication of impairment. If any such indication
exists, the asset’s recoverable amount is estimated.

Property, premises. and equipment - An impairment loss is recognized whenever

the carrying amount of an asset exceeds its recoverable amount. The recoverable
“amount ‘of ‘assets is the greater of ‘their net selling price and value in use. The
Mm impairment | losses are recognized i in the statement of income.

4

Trading and Available-for-sale investments - The recoverable amount of an equity

instrument is its fair value. Where the asset is impaired, and a decline in value of .

the asset was previously recognized directly in equity, the write down is transferred
‘to the statement of income and recognized as part of the impairment loss. Where an
increase in the fair value of the asset was previously recognized in equity, the
increase in fair value of the asset recognized in equity is reversed to the extent the
asset is impaired. Any additional impairment loss is recognized in the statement of
income.

‘If ina subsequent period the amount of impairment loss decreases and the decrease
can be linked objectively to an event occurring after the write-down, the write down
is reversed through the statement of income.

Loans receivable and due from clients - Loans receivables and due from clients are
carried at cost less general allowances for uncollectibility. Specific provision for
impairment is established if there is objective evidence that the Company will not
be able to collect all amounts due. General provision for impairment is made in
accordance with regulations of The Central Bank of The Bahamas. Loans
receivable are fully secured by assets of the clients. ©

i. Accounts payable and accrued liabilities - Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
are recognized in the balance sheet when the Company has a legal or constructive
obligation as a result of a'’past event, and it is probable that an outflow of economic
benefits will be required to settle the obligation. Bonuses paid to directors are
accounted for on a cash basis.

i. Due to broker and due to clients - Due to broker and due to clients are recognized
in the balance sheet when the Company has a legal or constructive obligation as a
result of a past event, and it is probable that an | outflow of economic benefits will be
required to settle the obligation.

k. Assets under administration - No account is taken in these financial statements of
assets held or liabilities incurred by the: Bank as custodian, trustee or nominee, other
than those assets and liabilities which relate to the banking service provided by the
Bank for their fiduciary clients.

1. Foreign currency - The reporting currency of the Company is United States dollars.
Transactions in foreign currencies are converted to US Dollars at the rate of
exchange prevailing at the date of the transaction. Foreign currency monetary assets
and liabilities are converted into US Dollars at market rates of exchange prevailing
on the balance sheet date.

CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS

Details of cash and cash equivalents are as follows:

2005 2004
Cash $ 22,991 $ 8,615
Time deposits 41,287 62,025

All the time deposits mature in less than 90 days.

DUE FROM/TO BROKERS

These represent balances between the Company and its brokers.

DUE FROM/TO CLIENTS

These represent balances between the Company and its clients in the form of cash
balances, management fees receivable, commission receivable, advances and unsettled
trades. Cash balances and advances are paid or charged interest at competitive market
rates.

Amounts due from clients are stated net of a general regulatory provision of 1% on the
balance at year-end. i

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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS THURSDAY, APRIL 1S, 2006, PAGE 13B

6. RELATED PARTY BALANCES AND TRANSACTIONS 12. FIDUCIARY ASSETS

7. LOANS RECEIVABLE
At the end of the year the Company had loans outstanding with varying rates of interest
and maturity dates. These loans total $5,541 (2004: $2,000) and are presented net of a.
general regulatory provision of 1%. The loans are also secured by the assets of the ,
borrowers which are managed by the Company. As at year end, the market value of these 13: SUBSEQUENT EVENT
ts d 409 (2004: $3 ; Latte wi 5
assets: managed was $44,409 (2004: $32,522) Management has decided to liquidate Atlas Capital (Jersey) Limited on February 2, 2006.
The balance sheet position of the subsidiary which has been consolidated as at December
2005 2004 31, 2005, is as follows: ;
Loans receivable $ 5,597 $ 2,039 }
Less: general provision (56) (39) uh December 31,
2005
Total
$ 5,541 § 2,000 Netageote: )
Accounts receivable and prepaid expenses ac ‘ 136
8. OTHER ASSETS Due from related parties — Ba 2
Cash in hand 1,323
Other assets include interest receivable, fund administration and management fees 1,461
receivable, utilities deposits and prepaid expenses. :
Less: Other accounts payable ‘ (136)
9. PROPERTY, PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT, NET: Corporation tax provision (1);
1
2005 a 04
Beginning Additions/ Disposals/ Ending Resa,
Balance Revaluation Adjustment Balance Represented by: oe
COST/VALUATION: Share Capital | . $ 104
Property $ 3,220 $ 1257)-5 - $ 4,477 Retained Earnings. 1,210
Premises 2,448 928 - » 3,376 : re
Hardware & software equipment 1,653 42 (683) 1,012 Se
Machinery & equipment 176 7 (77) 106
Furniture, fixture & fittings - 72) 1 (171) 551
Automobiles Aer its ae Ba es eco La bat
g 8.282 $ 2,235 § (931) $ 9,586 16. FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS WITH OFF BALANCE SHEET RISK
In the normal course of business, the Company’s customers and proprietary activities
2005 involve the execution, settlement and financing of various securities transactions. These
ites ie as ee pitted ced tant Beginning Depreciation Disposals/ Ending : ‘ ponte Ae oe ae = y = ae oe ae cred ie) HERDS event (De een =
BEd Te hatha ge Meta Balance. . Expense. Adjustment Balance | Ray! Bee eee ee ate a Berra cence at ace
ACCUMULATED : -The Company’s customers’ securities activities are transacted on either a cash or margin
: basis. ._In margin transactions, the Company extends credit to the customer, ‘subject to
DEPRECIATION: ‘ : : 5 5 : es
M various regulatory and internal margin requirements, collateralized by cash and securities
Premises $ 1,391 $ 157 $ - $ 1,548 in the customer’s account. In connection with these activities, the Company may execute
; a) d clear customers’ transactions involving the sale of securities not yet purchased (“short
; 801 an g yetp
Hardware & software equipment 12 roe : (682) sales”). These transactions expose the Company to off-balance sheet risk arising from the
Machinery and equipment 120 ene 16 (77) ~ 59 potential that the customer may fail to satisfy its obligations and the collateral will be
Furniture, tire: fittings 702 7 (171) 548 insufficient to cover losses incurred by the customer. In these situations, the Company
« bil a7 7 : 54 may be required to purchase or sell the financial instruments at prevailing market prices in
utontobies ee Sa PS order to fulfill the customer’s obligations, and in so doing may suffer losses.
$ 3,464 .$ 477 §$ 931) $3,010 é : ee 4 a
: RS he ACE ETL eae Nae eae ustomers’ transactions and the related revenues and expenses are recorded on a settlement
NET BOOK VALUE: date basis. If the customer’s transactions do not settle because of the failure to perform by
2005 Net movement $ 4818 $ 1,758 $ - $ 6,576 either the customer or the counterparty, the Company may be required to discharge the
Re TIRE AE: Spee Ou eae cae bligation of the non-performing party. As a result, the Company may incur a loss if the
: ty, 4.818 8 Pp ming party . pany may
2004 Net movement S005 Se See $ 8 market value of the security is different from the contract amount of the transaction.
Property and premises are stated at their appraised values based on a valuation conducted In the normal course of business, the Company may borrow securities to facilitate the
by an independent certified appraiser (Mr. George Damianos) on April 7, 2005. Based on settlement process. When the Company borrows securities it usually provides the
this valuation the Company has increased its value of property by $1,257 and premises by counterparty with collateral in the form of cash and or securities. These transactions
~ $927 during the year. expose the Company. to off-balance sheet risk arising from the potential that the
: counterparty may fail to satisfy its obligations. In these situations, the Company may be
The net carrying value of property and premises had the revaluation not taken place, required to purchase or Sell financial instruments at unfavorable market prices to satisfy
would have been $661 and $528, respectively. The revaluation reserve of $5,405 (2004: obligations to its counterparties. In addition, the Company may be exposed to similar off-
$3,221) is included in equity. . ‘ balance sheet risk arising from liabilities to other counterparties related to unsettled
’ transactions (i.e. failure to receive), ;
10. PENSION PLAN The Company does not anticipate non-performance by customers or counterparties in the
: eo Si : above situations. The Company seeks to control the aforementioned risks by requiring
The employees of the Company who opt to join the pension plan and have completed customers and counterparties to maintain margin collateral. The Company monitors
twelve months of service are covered under a defined contribution pension plan, whereby Beat 4 é me ¢
s : 5% of 1 hb L ation and matchesun ko another required margin levels daily and pursuant to such guidelines requires the customers or
i Company contributes “% 0 ae ae ne a > contiibitions ‘aré a vs 16084 counterparties to deposit additional collateral, or reduce positions, when necessary. The
5% of employee ato to the p. A aaniah oyees oe ao y Company’s policy is to monitor its market exposure and customer or counterparty risks. In
vested, while employer contributions vest © over a Six-year p : addition, the Company has a policy of reviewing, as considered necessary, the credit
. : ) : standing of each cust i 1 it con i
The total cost borne by the Company during the year in relation to this plan amounted to Ing of each customer and counterparty with whom it conducts business.
$164 (2004: $211).
11. ASSET AND LIABILITY MATURITY PROFILE 17. RISK MANAGEMENT
Within3 3mthstol 1to5 Over 5 Total During the normal course of business, the Company is exposed to various financial risks.
mths year years years Stat 2 2 7
; a. Currency risk - The Company holds assets and liabilities denominated in currencies
At December 31, 2005 other than United States dollars, the measurement currency of the Company.
Consequently the Company is exposed to currency risk since the values of the assets
ai and liabilities denominated in other currencies will fluctuate due to changes an
Cash and cash equivalents $ 64,278 : ; - $64,278 exchange rates. The Company manages these positions by matching assets with
Trading investment 13 2 - ; iS liabilities wherever possible.
Due from brokers 304, - - - 304 ‘
Due rem Shee 2204 4 ‘ : ae b. Credit risk - Credit risk arises from the failure of a counter party to perform according
Loans receivable . 627 4,914 5,541 ‘ ; se Rant
Other assets 498 137 - - 635 to the terms of the contract. From this perspective, the Company’s significan!
Available for sale investment 20 . - . 20 exposure to credit risk is primarily concentrated in cash placements and loans. The
Property, premises and equipment : . = 6,576 6,576 cash placements are predominantly in United States dollars and have been placed with
: prime quality banks. The loans are fully secured and are controlled using specific
Total assets _$ 75,664 S$ 5,051 = S$ 6,576 $87,291 policies, which are designed to minimize credit risk.
Liabilities and shareholders? c. Liquidity risk - Liquidity risk is the risk of being unable to raise funds to meet
equity commitments as they become due. The company manages its risk by holding
Due to clients $ 63,215 i. : $63,215 appropriate levels of cash and cash equivalents.
Accounts payable and accrued \ a
liabilities ae : a oe : gear fa d. ‘Operational risk - Operational risk relates to the risk of direct or indirect loss resulting
Shareholders’ Equity 23,346 23,3 y : !
from inadequate or failed internal processes, people and systems or from extemal
events. It is mitigated by documented policies and procedures, staff training and a
Total liabilities and Shareholders’ — rigorous risk-based internal audit regime.
~~ equity $ 63,745 $ 200 - $23,346 $87,291 :
‘At December 31, 2004 18. FAIR VALUE OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
077 1,700 $ 5,847 $91,054 ee Hacies
nee ee and Shareholders’ SR ; 7 ° The estimated fair value represents values at which financial instruments could be
equity S$ 70,592 $ 176: - $20,286 $91,054 exchanged in a current transaction between willing parties. Wherever there is no available

Related parties include companies which have common directors and shareholders with
the parent, and officers and directors who have authority and responsibility for directing
and controlling the activities of the Company.



As at the balances sheet date, total fiduciary assets managed by the Company amounted to
$869,562 (2004: $680,597).

2005 2004 13. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES
Assets: ;
T song receivable Be A Deb ee os
a ebts not acknowledged ©.
Due from clients $ 5,021 $ 4,939 : Q 2 S28 § =
ee Capital commitment $ 300 $
Liabilities: ,
’ Due to clients $27,742 27,742 Sa g225 i 7
During the year, the Company received a bill for services for CHF 300 from their software
provider, however, Management believes that these services are within the terms of the
ss sre Ge Gases nts au aurea GE Lay tecnica te ene es original agreement, and is therefore of the opinion that no additional amount is payable.
as follows: Prior to year-end, the Company committed to repair the roof of Deltec House, although
ae Siok construction did not.commence until January 2006. Estimated construction costs are $200.
CE ate i $ 1305 $ .. 698 Additionally, the Company plans to implement a group software program during 2006. At
SS ee year-end, the software was in its final developmental stages. Unpaid developmental costs
Post employment benefits $ 65 $ 54 ons Sota aE S100)
The remuneration to directors and other members of key management is determined by the 14. DIVIDEND

Group Compensation Committee having regard to the performance the Group and the
respective individuals.







The asset and liability maturity profile is based on contractual repayment arrangements and
as such does not take account of the effective maturities of deposits and of borrowers’ right
to prepay obligations with or without prepayment penalties.



The Board of Directors have approved a dividend of $5,000 for the year 2005, however
approval from The Central Bank of The Bahamas has not yet been obtained.

trading market, fair values are estimated using appropriate valuation methods.

The carrying value of the majority of fimancial assets and liabilities approximate their fair
value.

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TRIBUNE SPORTS



SPORTS

Swimmers impress; athletes
should be aiming for medals —

HE Bahamas Swim-

ming Federation must
still be beaming with excite-
ment over its recent perfor-
mance at the Carifta Swim-
ming Championships.

In a close battle that went
right down to the wire, the
Bahamas was edged out by
eight points by the French
Antilles in Bridgetown, Bar-
bados.

The Bahamas had trouble
holding onto the 21-point mar-
gin they had built up going
into the final session of the
four-day meet as the French
Antilles stormed back to dis-
play their dominance.

The team, however,
matched the 65 medal haul
that they achieved at last
year’s games, which was just
as encouraging for the associ-
ation.

The nation’s young swim-
mers must be commended on
a job well done. They showed
that they are still a formidable
force in the region.

That should speak volumes,
considering the fact that the
three-member senior national
team turned in a good perfor-
mance at both the XVIII
Commonwealth,Games in
Melbourne, Australia and the
8th FINA World Short
Course Championships in
Shanghai, China.

Federation president Alger-
non Cargill said they definite-
ly wanted to come back home
with the title, but the man-
agement team was pleased
with the fact that the swim-
mers went out and did their
best.

This weekend, the Bahamas
Association of Athletic Asso-
ciations will be in the spotlight
as one of the largest teams
ever selected heads to the

-Carifta Games in Guade-
loupe.

When one considers that
the BAAA has compiled a 60-
plus strong team, the expec-
tations will definitely be high.

While a much smaller team
returned with 30 medals last
year, this year’s larger team
will have to surpass that count
in order to be considered to
have been a success.

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the storm is a different story.
But BAAA’s president Mike
Sands said he’s not counting
medals — his emphasis will be
on performances. ,

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track and field, it’s medals that
count, not performances.

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their best performances, but
if they fall short of winning a
medal, they are more disap-
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event. No athlete likes to fin-
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Games, the Bahamas came up
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delighted to have swam in the
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TRANSFIGURATION are hoping to break up the much antici-
pated rematch between Macedonia and First Baptist for the 19-and-
under title in the Baptist Sports Council's 2006 basketball league.

In game one of their best-of-three semifinal series, Transfiguration
upset the defending champions Macedonia 32-29 to take a 1-0 lead on
Tuesday night at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex. Game two
will be played tonight.

Pennant winning First Baptist made sure that they live up to their
end of the deal. They blew out Golden Gates 69-40 to take their 1-0
lead in the series that will also continue tonight.

If necessary, game three in both series will be played on Tuesday
when the men's semifinal final will get underway.

Also Tuesday, Evangelistic Centre completed the rest of the men's
playoff picture with a 34-23 victory over New Bethlehem to advance
to the semifinal where they will play Lord's House of Faith on Tues-.
day.
Kad in the other men's semifinal on Tuesday, St. Paul's will take
on defending champions Mt. Tabor.

Here's a summary of Tuesday's playoff games:

Transfiguration 32, Macedonia 29: Darshtyn Baker, Mo Minnins
combined to pull the plug on Macedonia in game one of their
semis.

Frisco McKay, Rohn Johnson and Keno Brice tried to keep Mace-
donia in the game.

First Baptist 69, Golden Gates 40: Camelial Rose, Eugene Bain and
Robert Missick put on a slam dunk clinic as First Baptist out-scored
Golden Gates.

Karl Rodgers got some help from Hosea Wallace and Claude Les-
bott in a losing effort for Golden Gates.

Evangalistic Centre 34, New Bethlehem 23: Tyrone Sands, Lamont
Bain and Wellington Ferguson provided a 1-2-3 punch that enabled
Evangelistic Centre to advance with a 2-1 series victory over New
Bethlehem.

Tyrell and Deangelo Duncombe, along with Theo Cleare, led the
way for the losers.
TRIBUNE SPORTS






Roddick

scores
easy win

TENNIS
HOUSTON
Associated Press

DEFENDING champion
Andy Roddick raised his
game in the second set and
took an easy 6-3, 6-2 victory
over Paul Capdeville of Chile
Tuesday night in the first
round of the U.S. Men’s Clay
Court Championship.

Then, Roddick had anoth-
er thrill: catching a pass from
University of Texas quarter-
back Vince Young in a char-
ity exhibition following the
match. Young, expected to
be a first-round pick in the
NFL draft later this month,
made an appearance at the

tournament and played toss |

with Roddick.

“It was easy, I could put
my hands there and it fell in,”
Roddick said. “It felt soft. I
was afraid I’d drop it. If I had
I’d have been the dork but
he put it right on the money.
I’m just glad I could come up
with it.”

Second-seeded James
Blake, trying to rebound
from two Davis Cup losses
last week, couldn’t get past

Antony Dupuis of France,

who used a strong serve for a
7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-1 upset. Blake
is ranked No. 8 in the world.
Dupuis is 159th.

Roddick took charge in the
fifth game of the second set.
After a forehand error by
Roddick put the score at

‘deuce, Roddick hit consecu-
tive drop shot winners to
break Capdeville for a 3-2
lead. Capdeville won only
four more points in the final
three games.

Roddick won it at the first
match point when Capdeville
could not return a serve,
boosting his record on clay
in Houston to 24-2 over the
past six years.

“You come in, you know
the setup, it feels like home,”
Roddick said. “You get into
your routine and it definitely
helps.” *

Roddick started the match
by losing his serve but quick-
ly recovered. With‘the score
at 30-30, Roddick hit a net
chord that bounced out of
bounds and then sent a back-
hand wide to lose the opening
game.

“T felt pretty good_all the
way around, except for that
first game,” Roddick said.

Roddick broke back in the
second game on Capdeville’s
forehand error and Roddick
broke again in the fourth

_ game, allowing Capdeville

only one point in the game
for a 2-1 lead.

Roddick is looking for his
first ATP tournament victory
this year, although he won
singles matches over Nicolas
Massu and Fernando Gonza-
lez of Chile last week to
advance the United States to
the Davis Cup semifinals
against Russia. The Davis
Cup matches were played on
grass.

“T felt pretty good coming
off of last weekend,” Rod-
dick said. “The transition
coming off grass last week to
clay was pretty evident in this
match but I thought if I could
get through this one I’d be
all right.

Roddick has reached the
clay court tournament finals

five straight years with three’

titles, including last year’s 6-2,
6-2 victory over Sebastien
Grosjean of France.

After losing a tie-breaker
‘first set, Blake rallied in the
second set, breaking Dupuis
in the fourth and sixth game
to take control. The French-
man broke. Blake in the
fourth game of the final set
for a 3-1 lead and Blake
made his final stand in the
fifth game when he took
Dupuis to four break points
before Dupuis held.

“It’s tough to do from
Davis Cup the highs and lows
and come to a different sur-
face,” Blake said. “It’s part
of the job but I think I’m get-
ting better at it. He served
great. That took me out of
my rhythm.”

FROM page one

last month, said they are
aiming to get more female
competitors involved.
“The sport is not as
intimidating as it looks, so
hopefully we can get more
of the females to get
involved,” Musgrove point-
ed out. “Even as organis-
ers, we need to get them

involved because we know .

that they bring a lot of
excitement.”

Interested persons are
urged to contact Musgrove
this weekend at either of
the events to get more
involved in the sport.

Slicers

‘Golden oldies’ set



for Easter Festival

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THE Easter Festival is back at
the Freeport Rugby Football
Club after a nine year absence.
This year’s festival is a little dif-
ferent as it is a “golden oldies”
tour which means players have
to be over 35 to play. This may
mean that the rugby will be a bit
slower but experience counts
and the style will be top draw.

This year, two teams will
arrive in Grand Bahama on
Thursday for four days. One of
the teams hales from afar and
one from a little closer to home.
The Harvard Business School
Old Boys will be travelling from
all over the United States to con-
verge on Freeport for their 10th
visit to the island and “to
gouge the pitch at Settler’s
Way”!

Made up of Harvard Business
School Alumni, this Easter
island hop will formally be their
20th annual tour and will help
them celebrate over 40 years of
Harvard rugby.

The second visiting team, Nas-
sau Conchs (pictured), is made
up of all Nassau players, who



ers when they tour
internationally.

If you have never experi-
enced the game of rugby please
feel free to come to the club on
Settlers Way and join us in wel-
coming the teams from Harvard

and Nassau and experiencing a
truly exciting event.
The weekend schedule for
the festival: :
Friday the 14th 4pm FRFC
Oldies Vs Harvard Business
School Oldies followed by

a cocktail party starting
at 6.30pm

Saturday 3pm is Harvard Vs
Nassau Conchs, followed by a
40th Anniversary & Festival
Banquet at the Hawksbill Yacht
club for all players, club mem-



bers starting at 7.30.

Tickets available from the club
house and committee members
priced at $30 for steak/chick-
en/fish dinner, drink and music.
_ Sunday 12 noon is FRFC vs.
Nassau Conchs

often travel with Freeport play-



Strauss anchors England’s

i CRICKET
JAMSHEDPUR, India
Associated Press 2
ANDREW STRAUSS compiled an

assertive 74 Wednesday to anchor Eng-

land's five-wicket victory over India in
the sixth limited-overs cricket interna-
tional.

Strauss, leading England in place of
rested series captain Andrew Flintoff,
posted his seventh limited-overs half-
century to propel the tourists to 227 for
five in the 42nd over after India was
bowled out for.223 in 48.

Strauss shared an opening partner-

- ship of 107 with Ian Bell (46) that

spurred England's run chase and secured
its first victory of the seven-match series.

India has already clinched the series,
leading 4-1 after the fifth match was
abandoned without a ball being bowled.

India's innings revolved around an
emphatic knock of 96 by Mahendra
Dhoni and his 107-run stand with
Ramesh Powar (54) that pulled the
home team back into the match after
its top-order fell with just 79 runs on
the board. .

Bell was caught behind off offspinner

"Harbhajan Singh (3-30) and while

Vikram Solanki (7) fell cheaply, but
Strauss struck 10 boundaries off 85 deliv-
eries and put England on the victory
course before he was forced to retire
hurt after a severe bout of cramps that
required two visits to the middle by team
physiotherapist Dean Conway.

Strauss, leading England for the first
time, was administered a saline drip
when he returned to the pavilion.

Kevin Pietersen (33) and Paul Colling-
wood (23 not out) ensured England did
not falter despite Singh's penetrative
spell.

Strauss complimented his bowlers for
setting up the victory.

"The credit's got to go to our seam
bowlers, who did a great job on a flat
pitch to set up the game for us," said
Strauss.

Pleased to have finally struck form,
Strauss said he was delighted to take
advantage of a track that had some pace
and bounce.

"It's been a bit frustrating, I've been
getting out cheaply," he said.

Earlier, Dhoni struck three sixes and
10 boundaries off 106 deliveries to stamp
his authority against England's seam
attack, that had skittled the top order.

Going for a lofted shot that could
have earned him his century, Dhoni was
caught by Solanki at mid-wicket off
seam bowler Sajid Mehmood (3-37).

Powar struck one six and four bound-
aries from 83 balls en route to his maid-
en limited-overs half-century. He was
caught by Matthew Hoggard at deep
mid-wicket off seamer Paul Collingwood
(1-11).

Batting first after stand-in skipper
Virender Sehwag won the toss, India's
innings tottered as opener Sehwag (4)
and Mohammad Kaif (15) failed to over-
come their lean run this series. :

Sehwag fell on the fifth ball, edging a
James Anderson (3-28) ball to Solanki in
the slips, while Kaif was trapped lbw by
Liam Plunkett (2-22).

Left-hander Yuvraj Singh was clean
bowled by Plunkett, playing an attempt-
ed pull shot on to his stumps, before

—

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@ ENGLAND'S Andrew Strauss falls on the ground w

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cricket match against India in Jamshedpur, India Wednesday April 12, 2006.

wicketkeeper Matthew Prior snapped
two catches that dismissed Suresh Raina
(2) and Venugopala Rao (10).

The home team missed the steadying
influence of skipper Rahul Dravid, who

was rested from this game.

"Our batting didn't click today, the
result might have been different had
one of our top-order batsmen provid-
ed support to Dhoni," said Sehwag.

e

y over India



hile running between the wickets during the sixth one day international

(AP Photo/Aman Sharma)

"Dravid will be back as captain in the
next game, but Dhoni will be rested."
said Sehwag, adding that he too
may not play in the final match Satur-
day.
' junior’s 17 & under division,

ee ticipants will have a chance to:
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1. “We're trying to diversify by .

ate having some races‘on Saturday
‘mornings instead of loading.up




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By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter _

THE Bahamas boys’ national team °

will have their work cut out for them

when they travel to the 2005 FIBA.

Americas U-8 Championships. in
June.

The Bahamas Basketball Federa- -

tion released the pools for.the tour-
nament, scheduled for June 28-July 2

. in San Antonio, Texas at the Gree-
+. hey Arena on the campus of St.

Mary’s University.

The Bahamas has been placed if -

Group B with Argentina, Canada

and Puerto Rico.'Group A‘comprfis-. .
es of the United States, Brazil,

Dominican Republic and Uruguay.

The top four teams from the tour-.-

nament will automatically qualify to
compete in the 2007 FIBA U18

World Championships in Malays

from July 7-22.



mCYCLING -

3: 30pm with the association



- Bahamas to 4 base Arpentinu,

Canada and Puerto Rico



“It’s extremely important that we
try and prepare this. team’as best as
we could because the competition at
this level will be so strong,” said the

_ federation’s first vice piesident Lar-

ry Wilson.
“Just in our pool alone, we have

‘Puerto Rico, Argentina and Cana-:
‘da. .That’s going to be some very,

very strorig teams. Two years ago in
Canada, Argentina took second to

the United States. But in my opinion,
they weré probably the. best team in
. the tournament.”

Wilson said he anticipates that
Puerto Rico will once again be very

strong and all of the teams will be a

p



14 & under in an 8-lap, oe sip

lot stronger and more physical than

they will be.

“So again, we will have to rely on

our speed and our athleticism to try

and overcome our shortcoming of
height,” Wilson stressed. “But, we

_ feel that at this level, we should be

able to put together a very strong
team.” Sg

The Bahamas has drawn to play
against Argentina on the first day of
competition, June 28. The team will

_play Canada on day two, June 29 and
complete the round robin format

against Puerto Rico on day three,
June 30.
In order to advance to the medal

association and its affiliates,

round in the semifinal, the Bahamas
will have to finish in the top two in
their pool. Teams finishing third and

- fourth in their pools will play in the

consolation semifinal for S5th-8th
places.

Wilson said there are a number of
Bahamian players cu:.ently playing
in the United States, who are eligible
to make the team.

In two weeks, head coach Mario

' Bowleg and assistant Dexter Cam- -

bridge will travel to Houston, Texas
to view some of those players at a
tournament there.

“There are a number of Bahami-
ans playing in that tournament and
they will be making contact with
them to make sure that they will be

available to come home to play for

the Bahamas,” Wilson, stated.
“There are also a number of play-
ers who will be playing for the Unit-
ed States and this will give the coach-
es an opportunity to scout them.”

n he road for Easter

Musgrove said.

national meets,”



Additionally, Wilson said the fed:
eration is expected to host at least
two college teams in May, who will
be playing against a select Bahamas
side in some scrimmage games to: get
them preparéd. At the same time,
they will also play against the senior
national team that is preparing. for
CARICOM.

Wilson also indicated that they
have contacted Bahamian Cecil Rose
in Houston, who is looking at the
possibility of securing some housing
for the national junior team to trav-
el there to play in a tournament pri-
or to going to San Antonio for the
championship.

“Tf we can finish in the top four in
this tournament, which looking at
our pool, is a tough pool, we think we
can be competitive,” Wilson summed
up. :

“Once the cross over starts, we feel
we can make the top four and quali- ©
fy for the World Championships.”



ommendations of some of these~

By BRENT STUBBS -
Senior S orts Re orter



THE- New Providence
Cycling Association will pro-
vide an avenue this weekend

for both competitive and recre-

ational cyclists to participate.

“staging a Track Classic Cham-

pionships at the National

Cycling Track.at the Queen

Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Categories for this event will

include. junior’s 17 & under,

competing in.a 10-lap, 2-lap and

and kilo TT; cadets under-12 in

- a 5-lap and 2- -lap and senior

men 18 & over as well as mas-
ters 37 & over in both a 10-lap,
5-lap and kilo TT. °

* All winners will be declared

- by their combined time.

Also on Monday at Spm, the

cyclists and fans will enjoy a day
of fun at the cycling track. All
cyclists will be awarded for their
contribution and participation.

“We are trying to prepare our
local cyclists to compete in more
events and at the same time get

“We have the CAC (Central
American and Caribbean)

’ Championships.coming up in

July in Colombia and we are
trying to move some of the
youngsters in the senior ranks to
solidify our senior programme
and we want to make some rec-

younger cyclists to make the
national team.”

Musgrove, who along with
Jonathan Massie competed in-
the XVIII Commonwealth
Games in Melbourne, Australia

On Saturday and Monday,
the association will host. the
Easter Weekend Cycling Clas-
sic. The event is being assisted —
by Team JAR, headed by Jeff
Major. f

Association president Bairoti ‘
‘Turbo’ Musgrove said, “We're ..
fulfilling our mandate by pro- .
moting the sport with at least.
three events per month.”

On Saturday, starting at 8am,
the association will host a short
course or circuit racing from the -
South Ocean Road Race in
“South Ocean.

Laps
The categories dnclude the

covering two laps of a circuit -
course; open women 18 & over, . -
covering six laps; masters Over.
37 years, covering eight laps and
the senior one and II competi- -
tive cyclists, covering eight laps ©
as well.

Medals and trophies will be
given to-the winners and all par-

win a trip to Eleuthera to attend

sic, scheduled for April 29.

on Sunday afternoons,” Mus-
grove disclosed. “But on Easter
Monday, we are having an
event where everybody can.
come out and participate, even
if they are not.a competitive :
cyclist.”

Monday’s event will start at

a kilometre time trial; junior’s



those cyclists ready for the inter-



SEE page 15B

Rev Thompson
honoured at
Al-Star Classic

BAPTIST Sports Council’s
assistant director Joyce Minus
(left) makes a presentation to
Rey. Harrison Thompson and
his wife after he was honoured
at the All-Star Classic on Sat-
urday at the DW Davis Gym.

(Photo: Mario Duncanson/
Tribune staff)



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| ERIC
ARLINGTON
NICOLLS

September 8th 1931 -
February Ist, 2005

Dad and Mom you both have left us to be together
with your Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. It is hard
for us to accept however, we are learning to
understand your vows until death and in death
you both made for each other.

Dad and Mom continue around the throne of God
worshiping and glorifying God our creator.

LOTTIE
ROBERTS
NICOLLS

January 11th, 1935 -
April 15th, 2005

Left to cherish great memories are the children;
‘grandchildren; great grandchildren; sisters-in-
law; brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, daughters-
in-law, sons-in-law and a host of relatives and

friends.

DAD AND MOM CONTINUE
TO REST IN PEACE.

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My Trina is a survivor, or so I've heard it said.
But I can hear her crying at night, when all

others are in bed.

I watch her lay awake at night and go to hold
her hand. She doesn't know I'm with herto
help her understand. : AEDS

My daughter tries to cope with deathto keep
my memory alive. But anyone who knows her
knowsit is her way to survive.

For no matter what she says,no matter what
she feels. My darling Trina has a broken heart
that only God can heal. |

As I watch over my darling daughter through
Heaven's open door. try to assure her that
angels protect me forevermore.

Sadly Missed by:

Her loving daughter Catrina Miller, Tyrone
Miller, Grand Children, Great Grand Children,
Nieces, Nephews Adopted Children Alfonso
& Yvonne and a Host of Family and Friends.


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VITH SINCERE THANKS



HANS “PETER” KUGLER
July 5, 1940 — March 20, 2006

The family of Peter Kugler
sincerely thanks his many friends
and business associates for their

7 kind thoughts and wishes.

We also thank those that sent
donations in Peter’s memory to the
Children’s Paradise Foundation —
_which provides vacations for
orphaned and homeless
_ children of The Bahamas.
Your generosity has made it
possible for many children
to have their first vacation.

Thank you!



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fame

244 Market Street ¢ P.O. Box EE-16634
Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE


















































Deacon Mitchell Michael
Gardiner aged 86

of Oneil’s Long Island , will be held
| on Saturday, April 15th, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at Beulah Baptist Church;
Simms Long Island. Officiating will -
be Rev. Alvin Gray, assisted by Rev.
Erwin Knowles. Interment will
follow in the Church’s Cemetery.



His legacy will continue as he would
admonish his loving and devoted
Wife of 63 years: Viola Dean
Gardiner; (5) Sons: Assistant
Superintendent of Police Richard
Gardiner, Lloyd, Nelson, Daniel, &
Eric Gardiner; (7) Danahieis: Joycelyn Bonaby, Rozina Deal,
Deaconess Helen ‘Adderley, Synida Dorsette, Ginger Lakes, Ganette
Gardiner & Delerece Frazier; (1) Sister: Eliza Butler; (4) Sons-in-law:
Principal Richard Deal, Deacon George Adderley, Courtney Lakes & |
Clyde Frazier; (2) Daughters-in-law: Rose Gardiner & Kathy Gardiner;
(1) Brother-in-law: Sylvanis Dean; (3) Sisters-in-law: Geneva Dean,
Muriel Baker & Idell Seymour; (42) Grandchildren: Ann, Dwayne,
Rochelle, Warren, Susan, Richard, Shameka, Michael Miller, Keith,
Valtia, Hubert, Monique, Clayton, Michael Gardiner, Kyle, Kenyatta,
Kanell, Patrice, Spence, Mark, Eldon, Tamika, Reka, Tori, Jermaine,
- Amada, Genesis, Daniella, Faith, Kevin, Japhier, Diego, Quentin,
Erickeisha, Michelle, Cyldero, Ericka, Chelsea, Sharon, Renee, David
& Georgette; (33) Great grandchildren: Shekera, Duran, Kavon
Knowles, Annae, Anthea, Deanya, Rishe, Samantha, Demetri, Justin,
Ryan, Deante, Kristin, Teisha, Jelani, Rekeem, Syriah, Sebastina,
Jaden, Emmanuel, Kelly, Valencia, Jamal, Shantel, Kermit, Dishie,
Kemes, Rano, Kavon Gardiner, Shanta, Ashley, Sania, Amya, & Jaden
Thompson; (2) Great great grandchildren; (3) Grand sons-in-law:
Quazy Thompson, Daniel Knowles & Robert Azard; (1) Grand
daughter-in-law: Daniella Gray; (29) Nieces & Nephews: Timothy
. Pratt, Berthamae Thompson, Nurse Janet Kelly, Bernadette Davis,
Barbara Romer, Cleophas, Katwell, Mark, Allin, & Callin Knowles,
Maxwell, Allison, Loretta, Percy, Erskin, Cole, Mac, Mervin, Peggy,
& Blen Dean, Michelle, David & Nishka Baker, Quincy Cartwright,
Christina Smith, Merce Turnquest, Patrick, Junior & Emos Darling;
Other Relatives & Friends includes: Charlie McDonald, Sopora Butler,
Jetro Smith, Abram Butler, Mario Simms, Riddel Knowles, Mr.
Lawrence Cartwright, MP North Long Island & Ragged Island; Joel
Pratt, Maxwell Adderley, Lemuel Knowles, William Edgecombe,
Pastor Alvin & Mother Virginia Gray, Pastor Urban Knowles, The
Butler Family, A. Knowles Trucking Company & Family, Rosie Bowe
& Family, Elsie Strachan, Charles, McDonald, Henry Bethel, Ernest
Burrows, Berdina Taylor, Playtel Newton, Vernita Johnson, Lenora
Moncur, Pastors, Officers & Members of Beulah Baptist & First
Baptist Churches; the Reservists Division of the Royal Bahamas Police
Force and the entire communities of North Long Island.

Family will receive friends from 4:00pm at the Beulah Baptist Church
in Simm’s Long Island and viewing will continue at the church until
service time on Saturday.
























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|) Bethel Brothers Morticians
Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030 | :
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

THE TRIBUNE. OBITUARIES



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

DAVID ALEXANDER >
~ CLARKE, 61

of Wellington Road, Stapledon Gardens will
be held on Wednesday April 19 at10:30 a.m.
at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd Road.
Fr. Martin Gomes will officiate. Interment
will be made in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J. F. K. Drive.

He is survived by his wife Margaret Anne

Clarke; sisters, Eloise and Sandra Clarke,

Dorothy Fernander of Tennessee, Olga

Bethel, Cynthia Tynes; brothers, John,

George Jr., Philip, Kenneth and Michael
Clarke, Kevin, Gregory, Kent and Bursil Clarke; mother-in-law, Vinola :
Harvey; brother-in-law, Danny Tynes; sisters-in-law, Verdell Harvey, Lorraine, :
Shirley, Movena, Desiree and Audreyana Clarke; cousins, Arthur Huyler of;
South Carolina, Godfrey, Roy and Andrew Huyler, Constance Gardiner, %
Mary Clarke of Bimini, Geneva, Patsy, Eunice Boyce and Nathaniel Clarke
of Florida and Nehemiah Clarke of Freeport; nieces, Shirlean, Carolyn, :
Cynthia, Alicia Clarke and Cecile Chinyere of South Carolina, Philsha, -:
Raquel, Kennia, Kendra and Terese Clarke, Joycelyn Szaas, Georgina :
Bolware and Denise Culver of Georgia, Jasmine Young, Joy McIntosh, :
Yinka Burrows, Carla Bethel, Karon Fernander and Sonja Bethel of Florida, |
Ashley, Alexis, Trazania, Kara and Tenisha Clarke; nephews, Godfrey |
Fernander of Georgia, Dayne, Lesley and Darrin Clarke, Andre, Terrance :
and Trevor Bethel, Dancyn, Daynan and Dion Tynes, Cameron, Deneo-and |
Antonio Clarke, Zoltan Szaas, Godfrey Chinyere, William Culver, Gillian :
Bethel, Trent McIntosh, Darrin Young and Willie Bolware; aunts and uncles, :
Agnes and Adriel Saunders, Winifred Sherman, James and Barbara, Peter ;
and Blanche, George and Curlene Weech, William (Yama Bahama) Butler, :
Eleanor Weech and Ethel Johnson and family.

A host of other relatives and including Harold Cole, Lynn and William

Tommy Roberts, P. Anthony White, Father Colin Saunders, Father John :
Johnson, Yvonne and Craig Woods, Eileen Treco, Tanya Cartwright, Yvonne ;
Swain, Margaret Major and Fr. Deanglo Bowe.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau;
Street on Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Wednesday at the |
church from 9:30 a.m. until service time.

MEMORIAL
SERVICE

for former Chief Inspector of Police
~ GARNET WILTON
ARCHIBOLD LOCKHART,
63





of #89 Sandford Drive and formerly of







: Ragged Island will be held on Monday at 6:00 p.m. at Grants Town Wesley
! Methodist Church, Baillou Hill Road. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Laverne |
~R. Lockhart. ee « Re ,

Semi-military
FUNERAL SERVICE
for former Chief Inspector of Police
~~ GARNET WILTON ARCHIBOLD LOCKHART, 63

of #89 Sandford Drive, Highland Park and formerly of Ragged Island will
be held on Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. at Grants Town Wesley Methodist Church,
Baillou Hill Road. The President of The Bahamas Conference of the Methodist
Churches, Kenris Carey, Rev. Dr. Laverne R. Lockhart, Dr. Reginald Eldon
and Rt. Rev. Bishop Gilbert A. Thompson will officiate. CREMATION
WILL FOLLOW.

i He is survived by his loving and devoted wife and friend of 27 years,
i Vivienne "Vene"; daughters, Twana, Nicholia and Nadia Lockhart, Christina
i Hanna and Frankie Bannister; sons, Ricardo, Peter and Jan Lockhart; sisters,
: Sybiline Lockhart, Judy Whymms, Barbara Grazette, Anna Green, Charlene
i Dorsey, Sophia Minus and Asaneth Strachan; brothers, Lémuel Leonard
: Lockhart, Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart, Reggie and Anton Lockhart, Sgt. 2155
: David Lockhart and John Lockhart; stepmother, Mrs. Gweneth Lockhart;
: mother-in-law, Mrs. Irene Smith; grandchildren, Virginia-Elizabeth, Bijan,
: Ian II, Racquel, Ricardo Jr., Jasmine, Luis and Amaya Lockhart; sisters-in-
i law, Lil, Brenda, Judy, Lisa and Euricka Lockhart, Mizpah Wallace, Olive
i and Maryanne Smith, Edith Miller, Gloria, Barbara, Greta, Jeannine, Ebiana,
: Sheila and Edith Smith; brothers-in-law, Henry Whymms, Athelston Grazette,
: Anthony Green, Insp. Kendal Strachan, Louis Dorsey, Luther, Matthew,
: Carl, Leonard, Burton and James Smith and Albert Miller; daughters-in-

law, Jennifer, Karen and Mayra "Moon" Lockhart; son-in-law, Curtis Hanna;
aunt, Mrs. Emily Sawyer; a host of nieces and nephews including Victorine

: and Joanne Bannister, Crystal, Linden and Brent Jonson, Darrell, Lamarque,
: Lanique, Gregory, Stacy, Michael, Dion and Keva Lockhart, Phebee Coleby,
: Christelle Sturrup and Carl Russell. Other relatives and friends including,
: Delores Mounts, Marina Smith, Carolyn, Liza, Kayla, Joan, Persis, Florence,
: Cynthia, Jennifer, Mavis, Jennie, Marsha Clarke, Mrs Shirley Collie and
: é : : : : family, Ms. Sally Ferguson, the entire lineage of of Mr. Robert Smith
Wells, Dale and Shane Davis, Sylvia and Simeon Dawkins, Desmond Silvera, (deceased) and Mrs. Irene Smith; the following and their families, Mr. and
: Mrs. Charles Grant, Ms. Willamina Grant, Mrs. Ethel Brown, Jackie
i McCartney, Mr. and Mrs Harcourt Carter, Mr. Edison Armbrister, Mrs. Rosie
: Grant, Father Etienne Bowleg, and Mr. Vanright Bethel, also The Ragged
i Island Association, president and members of The Royal Bahamas Police

Force Retired Association, Commissioner of Police and staff of The Royal

: Bahamas Police Force, management and staff of Security Services Bahamas
: Limited, The Airport Authority and The Bahamas National Drug Agency.
: Garnet nurtured enduring friendships with, Mr. Samuel Wallace, Mr. and
i Mrs. Vincent Pratt, Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Ifill, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
: Mortimer, Mr. Burt Moxey, Mr. George Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Major,
: Lee Armbrister, Emmett Munroe, Whycliff Albury, "Gippie" and other
i sailing comrades, Mercia Strachan, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Culmer, Mr. and
i Mrs. Reg Roberts, Superintendent John Ferguson, Inspector Hartman Nixon,
i Mr. and Mrs. Errington Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Burrows, Mr.
: and Mrs. Treven Darville and Mrs. Meldora Scott.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau
i Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The family requests that instead of floral tributes, donations may be sent to

The Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church (Outreach Ministries),
P. O. Box SS-5103, Nassau, Bahamas.


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cae © selephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.0.Box N-1026

aa

LEEFRED "BOX"
ROLLE, 54

of Meadows Lane, off East
Street will be held on
Saturday 12:00 noon at Zion
Baptist Church, East and
Shirley Streets. Pastors T.G.
Morrison assiated by Rev.
Ulric Smith II will officiate.
Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens, Solider
Road.

He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Alene Rolle; 1son,
Romare Rolle; 1 sister, Katy Rolle; 5 brothers, Fredrick
Deveaux Jr., Nolvin, Basil and Anthony Rolle; 8
nephews, Adrian, Marcian and Patrick Deveaux, Omar,
Bertram and Printano Rolle, Papito Rigby; 12 neices,
Pinky and Tiara Deveaux, Megan Rigby, Nyoshi
Robinson, Antoinette Rolle-Porter, Nakoya Rolle-

Pyfrom, Destine, Dinasty, Maria, Terz, Corissa and

Woman Marine Nikira Rolle; 2 sisters-in-law, Corese
Deveaux and Emily Rolle; 5 aunts, Bessie Mahabier
and Lucille Hepburn of New York, Gertrude Austin,
Ruthmae Flowers, Stella Rolle, Lillian Smith; 7 uncles,
Ordrick Balfour, Vernal, Reuben, Henry, Thomas,
Vernal and Andrew Rolle, numerous cousins including,
Ermalou Campbell, Billy Austin, Ernestine Ferguson,
Patrick, David and Ermest Balfour, Rose Butler, Telcine
Russeu, 1den2, Kim and Theadore Flowers, Barbara
Hepburn and Pat Habbier of New York, sudy Williams

of Naples Flodria, other relatives and friends including,

Althea Rolle, Buena Clear, Net Armbrister, Donna
Rolle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Francis and the entire
Meadows Lane Family..

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 10:00

a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from .

10:30 a.m. until service time.



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Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road ¢ P.O. Box N-8161 ¢ Tel: 325-7867
¢ Fax: 325-7867

FINAL RITES AND BURIAL

MR. THEODORE
" TEDDY W
VERNAL GREENSLADE,

60

a resident of South Beach, and formerly of
Fresh Creek, Andros, will be held on Saturday,
7 15th April, 2006 at St. Agnes Anglican Church,

Blue Hill Road at 2:00 p.m.. Officiating will
be Rt. Rev. Bishop Gilbert Thompson assisted
by Rev. Fr. Rodney Burrows, Rev. Fr. Mervin
Johnson and Rev. Fr. Laish Boyd. Interment
will be in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery,
1 Soldier Road.






Cherished memory will forever linger in the
hearts of his wife, Florence; four children,
Keino, Yvette, Marvia and Jason; son-in-law, Lionel Rolle; daughter-in-law, Mary
Greenslade; three brothers, Oswald, Basil and Kendal Greenslade; two sisters,
Yvonne and Mimi Greenslade; mother-in-law, Verlina Maycock; nine grandchildren,
D' Andra, Jalia, Kenisha, Kendria, Jaleel, Lakia, Elian, Latae'via and Ehryn; two
uncles, Carl and Arthur Braynen; four brothers-in-law, Clover, Nehemiah and
Melvin Maycock and Dexter Armbrister; five sisters-in-law, Sandra Moxey, Arineta
Hinsey, Marilyn Maycock, Laurette Lockhart and Augusta Greenslade; two adopted
brothers, Harry Sands Sr. and Derek Thompson; nieces and nephews, Randy Hanna,
Karen Andrews, Sherell Smith, Sean Ward, Don Miller, Glendina Brown, Atina
Colebrooke, Melinda Greenslade, Raquel, Trevor, Vardo and Vaughn Armbrister,
Sirdina Smith, Tamar, Osten, Osha, Tarron, Marco, Leonard, Fabian and Marquese
Greenslade, Tiffany Strachan, Tamara Seymour, Shenika and Keishala Smith,
Michella Brown and Latoya Riley; special friends, Lulamae Colebrooke, Bethsheba
Bryant, Sibalene and Carlos Rodriguez, Virginia and Leonard Knowles, Newell
Cooper, Francis Gray, Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham, Sir Arlington and Sheila Butler,
Vincent Rahming, Cliff Davis, Audley Hanna, Pasty Adderley, Harriet Thomas,
Attorney Wallace and Crystal Rolle and Mr. Poitier and a host of other relatives
and friends including, Ettienne Maycock, Maria Gibson, Peggy Lundy, Vernita
Johnson, Eva Greenslade, Leona Ferguson, Mervyn Hepburn, Carnie Saunders,
Lilimae Beneby, Edwin Culmer, Miriam, Luna, Lilly and Drucilla Rodriquez,
Juliette Barnwell, Kentino, Taren, Marco, Meko, Saquell, Roy, Nancy, Pauline and
Michelle Maycock, A.S.P. Joel Hinsey, Boycel Moxey, Dorothy, Racquel and Jan
Marshall, Blanche Turnquest, Velma Edwards, Bertha Hall, Ethral and Joe Knowles,
Judith Hamilton, Shirley and Ruth Braynen, Deloris, Derek and Devon Thompson,
Dorothy Sands, Barbara Bowe, Godfrey Bannister, Nelson Cooper, Henderson
Hines, Margurita Roberts, Ivan and Clara McPhee, Elva Moxey, Edgory and Casilda
McPhee, Glinton Gibson, Edward Deveaux, Deli Wilmott, Berdina Taylor, Arnold
Cargill, Fr. Laish Boyd, Bishop Gilbert Thompson, Rose-marie Thompson, Kinto,
Karelle, Tony, Janelle, Genesta and Enid Lockhart, Helen Saunders, Veronica
Pintard, Ethel Wilson, Florinda Hepburn, Sheila Curling, Lander Maycock, Kevin
and Prenell, Neighbours of Melrose Landings, Mr. Forbes, Howard and Henzel
Newbold, Charles Clarke, Iram Lewis, Rev. Carroll E. Rolle, Helen Rolle, Zhivago
and Jechelle Rolle, the Cargill Family, Marva Thompson, Denise Gray, Sheila
Wilson, Godfrey Roberis, Henry Rolle, Nellie Braynen, Meryl Johnson, Leroy
Dames, Philemone, Vernice Prudence, Eula Edgecombe, Amy Winder, Terio, Genea,
Cameo, Norma Braynen, Henry Rolle, The Woods Family, Howard Sturrup,
Randolph Hanna, Lady Margurette Pindling, Aretha, Jonell, Tia, Kisha, Anita, Lil
Melvin, Melissa, Maneisa, Wenzel Hanna, James Edwards, Archie Winters, Glen
Russell, George Simmons, Altamese and Ray, Supt. Larry Ferguson, Staff of TG
Construction Company, McDonald Breakfast Crew, F.N.M. Association, Charlie's
Place, Mr. T., Rudies Place, Nu-Way Electric, Airport Authority, S & H Building
Supplies, Fred's Trucking, Cynthia Sands, the Ragged Island Community, Central

’ Andros Community, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Works, South Beach

Community, The Hanna families.

The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary and
Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd. from 11.00am on Friday until 6.00 p.m. and on

Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. until service time at the church.

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- Yager Bncnt Hoge & Prvicteie

Queen’s Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118 ¢ Paging: 352-6222 #1724 e Fax: 351-3301

FUNERAL Sires ald







JAMES NAPOLEON
INGRAHAM, 67

Pastor Lawrence Pinder, assisted
by Pastor Demytress Wildgoose.
Interment, Grand Bahama
Memorial Park.



Left to cherish his memories are
his wife, Florence Ingraham; six
sons, Kevin, Kendal, Wellington and Willis Ingraham, Joseph,
Joseph Roberts and Reuben Wildgoose; nine daughters, Karen
Ingraham, Antoinette Moultrie, Nurse Vernita Johnson, Norita
Ingraham, Sandra Roberts, Sheila Laing, Ellamae Roberts and
Dorenda Pratt; five sisters, Shirley Ingraha, Ellamae Duncombe,
Lilith Moore, Becky Deveaux and Hilda Cooper; one aunt, Gladys
Russell; nineteen grandsons, Demytres Wildgoose, Charles, Kevin

and Rashad Pratt, Roderick Carey Jr., Anthony Smith, Shelton .

Roberts Jr., Valentino Ingraham, Deangelo Roberts, Colby and Cody
Ingraham, Stefan Roberts, Dexter Ingraham, Anfernee Dean, Justin
McKinney, Desmond Laing Jr., Kevin Ingraham Jr., Kemon Hanna
and Terron Roxbury; sixteen granddaughters, Amytress, Anishka
and Kadrea Wildgoose, Joretta Roberts, Antoinique Ingraham,

Jamekia Bethel, Doramae Pratt, Breann Holberet, Lanell_and Abriel :

Ingraham; three great grandchildren, Chardonney and Clenardo
Pratt and Maya Wildgoose; five brothers-in-law, Ezekiel Pinder,

Fred Christie, Gerad Russell, Floyd Smith and Avin Moore; one }
son-in-law, Ilean Pinder; seven sons-in-law, Corp. 581 Charles Pratt :
Sr., Charles Moultrie, Andrew Johnson, John McKey, Shelton :

Roberts Jr., Desmond Laing Sr., and Robert Holbert; four daughters-

in-law, Diann and Delcine Ingraham, Burnell Wildgoose and Mildred }
Roberts; eight nephews, Godfrey Burrows, Sergeant 1156 Ezera :

Duncombe, Shedrick Duncombe, Shawn Christie of Virginia, Rodney
Deveaux, Wayne Clarke, Rudoiph Lynden aid Brian Harvey; eleven
nieces, Daisy Ferguson, Dianne Duncombe, Shirlene Newman,
Tanya Forbes, Vanessa, Keisha and Femisha Lynden, Erica
Thompson, Johnniemae Gilbert, Joanna Curry, Jennifer and Deanne;

four godchildren, Horace Cooper, Boston Cooper, Jason Bridgewater |
and Kelsey Mather and a host of other friends and relatives including, |

the Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham and family, Patsy Smith, James
Bethel, Roderick Carey Sr., MP Pleasant Bridgewater, Prince
Romeo and Mr. Laurie Bridgewater, Althea Ingraham, Pearline

a resident of High Rock, Grand :
Bahama will be held at 3pm on ;
Saturday, April 15th, 2006 at St. :
Johns Jubilee Cathedral, Settler's :
Way, Freeport. Officiating will be ;

Gibson, Washington and Reginald Smith, Wilbert Mader, Atwill }
Newman, Lofton Andrews, Nelson McIntosh, Silvan Rachael, Lynes :

Freddie Laing, Rey. Lillian Pinder, J eyeclan McKinney, Curry and
: Eunice Pinder, the old staff of Island Construction, Ulith Roberts
: and the entire East End Community.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home
: & Crematorium, Queens Highway, Freeport today from 12noon -
until 6pm. and at the church on Saturday from 1: 30pm until service



















| JEROME "Tropical"
WELLS, 24 |

a resident of #2 Lady Fish Drive,
Caravel Beach, Freeport will be
held at 11am on Saturday, April
15th, 2006 at Calvary Temple
Assemblies of God, Clive Avenue,
| Freeport. Officiating will be Pastor
| Robert Lockhart. Interment,
| Grand Bahama Memorial Park.

Left to cherish his memories are
his mother, Rosalee Wells;
stepfather, Harold Russell;
i stepmother, Delores Russell; six sisters, Sharon Russell- -Sturrup,
i Alaneta Russell-Tate, Charlene; Cinderine, Alsada and Sira Russell;
! seven brothers, Theodore, Shawn, Sheldon, Don, Mark, Asher and

: Harold Russell Jr.; brother-in-law, Dwayne Sturrup; grandmother,

: Pearline Rolle-Wells; seven aunts, Gelina, Remilda and Jessiemae

: Wells, Thelma Saunders, Glendamae Mitchell and Selvera Cooper;

: seven uncles, Stafford, Lennox and Jason Wells, Edmund Russell,
Brenville, Reginald and Jarrod Smith; nieces, Nicole Tate, Brittany

: Russell, Leah Joseph, Sharise, Alysiaune, Shaunte and Shanee Tate,

: Ataniece Williams, Lauren Nelson, Damara Sturrup and Samara

: Russell; nephews, Douglas Shoroter, Sherwin Tate, Brian Edwards, |
: David Thompson, Daniel, Dathan and Dwayne Sturrun Tr; purmerous
: cousins and a host of other relatives and friends including, Shirley

: Hamilton, Eioise Sturrup, Allan Grant, Ecko Butler, Edmund Grant

i: (Chilly), Claridge Kemp, Carmay Sturrup, Pastor Lockhart and

: Calvary Temple and the Management and staff of C&G Air

: Conditioning.

i Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home
: & Crematorium, Queens Highway, Freeport today from 12noon

, } until 6pm and at the church on Saturday from 9:30am until service

i time. |

and Cindy McIntosh, Nurse Jen, Pastor Lawrence Pinder, Pastor
Serres: FLIP

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THURSDAY, AP RIC 13, 2006, PAGE 7

Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 e Fax: (242) 340

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR |

Angelo Strachan,
40

| of Zion Booulevard, South

| Beach, will be ehld on

| Saturday, April 15th, 2006

at 11:00 am at Abundant

# Liife Bible Chapel,

Abundant Life Road.

' Officiating will be Dr F

; Edward Allen, assisted by

Pastor James Knowles and Algie Malcolm. Interment
| will follow in ‘Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his wife, Denise; son,
Giovanni; parents, Thaddeus and Barbara Strachan;
_ grandmother, Nellie Moss; mother-in-law, Carnetta

_Lightbourne;. one: brother, Michael Strachan; four

aunts, Althea Neiley, Margaret Castleberry, Mable
: Farquharson. and Leila Thomas; six uncles, Mack and
- Kenneth Moss, Ricky Castleberry, Branville Strachan,
Rey Oswald Russell and Nolan Thomas; grand aunt,
Muriel Deleveaux; 10 nieces, Crystal and Christa
_ | Strachan, Lanya Kemp, Jodie. Webb, Ramona and
: Sophia:Lightbourne, Nikia Edgecombe, Alexdia and
_ Siddina Henfield and Danae Demeritte; seven nephews,
-Nashon, Lamont, Brandon, Leon and charles
_Lightbourne, Renaldo Hudson and Christin Cash; two
grandnieces, Alicia Greene and Shontae Lightbourne;
_ three grand nephews, Devaughn Kemp, Nashon Jr and
-Chezedek Lightbourne; four sisters-in-law, Beverley
Culmer, Frances Henfield, Edith Edgecombe and
Marsha Strachan; two brothers-in-law, Remorn and
Leonard AEH BOBENE: cousins, Indera Miller,



PEER E IEEE PETERS Tae nae DE LESTE LET HL TEASE BE IT ME SH oh nBs Fah cB Naka Be Binh BanBat

JoVaughn, Jonea, Jade Miller, Judy Graham, Carla,
Andrew and Derek Moss, Randy Neiley, Tereza
Jacques, April Rahming, Fletcher Ferguson, Lilles
Strachan, Marcia Shalom, Charo and Charis McPhee,
Leona and Jordan Deveaux, Kenva Thomas, Kellie
Martin, Tanya Wildgoose, Alfred and Frederick
Deleveaux, Brian and Lynette Williams and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Linda and Valeria
Lightbourne, Dr Leslie Culmer, Andrew and Beth
Taylor, Sean and Isadora Blyden, Christine and Michael
Greene, Shavon Burrows, Catherine Deveaux, Desiree
Moxey, Tito Woodside, Sidney Henfield, Jessica Dean,
Rhema Rolle, Jessie Bain and family, Douglas Vaval
and family, Wes Willie and family, Jason Deveaux
and family, Gregory Bain and family, Bentley Johnson
and family, Weymond Demeritte, Willilam Saunders
and family, Denise Carew, Silaron Delancey, Sylvia
Peterson and family, Eddie and Dorohy Prosper and
family, Gerthlyn Miller, Norrie and Pam Kerr, Winkie
and Pat Curry, Anya Symonette and family, Gaston
Henrique, Herbert Mackey, Clarence Gibson and
family, Adrian Munroe, Joann Bowe and family,
Annette Chislom and family, Joey Miller, Arthur
Johnson and family, Stanley, Neville, marina, marilyn
Toote and family, Lloyd, Donovan, Drexel and Sidney
Dorsette and family, Vernice Hastie and family,
Bradford Colebrook, Electa Lloyd, Rev and Mrs
Carrington Pinder and family, Sheila Gibson, Cititrust
family and the Entire Sandy Point Community.

Viewing will be held in the “Serenity Suite” at Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Itd., Robinson
and Soldier Road on Thursday from 12 pm until 6:00
pm and then at the church on Saturdday from 9: 30 am
until service time.
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LEROY COX, 77

| Street at 10:00 am.



Road.















Rollington Cox, Theophilus Cox; three sister, Verliemae

Mary, Emely, Niler and Velma Cox; three brothers-in-law,
Vemal Black and Wilbert Ferguson and Lenoard Collie; 17
grandchildren, Ghandi, Monicia, Sanchia, Lakendria, Bianca,
Michaela, Chario, Clarence Jr, Brenaldo, Charma, Shaquania,
Antonio, Bennett, nton, Johnathon, Lindsay Jr, Destinique;
| one great grandson, Taji; one aunt, Belfine; nieces, Verliemae
Cox of Fort Pierce, Dianne, Aroda, Tika and Rosemary Cox,
Janet Farrington, Cutell Black, Eulamae, Edith and Joann
Deveaux, Evelyn and Beverley Collie, Pamela Ingraham,








Wendell Deveaux, Corporal 2267 Terrel Cox, Rollington,

and Deon Cox, Dennis and Walter Black, Elkin, Lenford,







and Elligin Cox, Betty Cox and family,



Rack of Ages F uneral Chapel

Wulff Road & Pinedale.
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 © Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

| A host of relatives and friends including, Yvette Thompson,
: Fulton Bain and family, Karen Missick, Moses Noel, Georgie

of Millers Heights and formerly of 2 and Gino, Thelma Beneby and family, Bishop Franklyn

Ethel Street, Montell Heights and |
Snug Corner, Acklins, will be held :
on Saturday 15th, April, 2006 at the |

| Church of God of Prophecy, East | family, Pastor Salathiel Simmons and family, Romeo Ferguson

ee : and family, Dr Beulah Farquarson, Ellizabeth Keju, Beatrice |
as : ! Gardiner, Winifred Williamson and family, Marilyn Collie and
| Officiating will be bishop Dr-Franklyn : :

Ferguson assisted by Bishop Dr | familly, Nora McClean and family, Mae Lightbourne and
Woodly Thompson, Bishop Hulan |
Hanna. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier | Eotarene Asin Se ee Seca tant
| Nurse Butler and the Onocology family, and the Private

Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of his | Medical of Princess Margaret Hospitial, Ethel Street family. }

wife of 53 years, Ceola Cox; his two sons, Valentine and |
Clarence; six daughters, Eltemese Hall, Bernice Cox, Patricia |

Bethel, Brenetta Rolle, Ruthmae Ambrister, Sharnet Cox; _ Chapel on WHT Hoadand Pittedals (Orgs 0-00 at ta6:00

: pm on Thursday and on Saturday at the Church from 9:00
am until service time.

four sons-in-law, Hilgrove Hall, Gregory Bethel, Lindsay ;
Rolle, Ashlyn Ambrister; one daughter-in-law, Charlean Cox; |
brothers, Rev Wilfred Cox of Fort Pierce, Roland Cox |



Black, Yvonne Cox and Ethlyn Deveaux; four sisters-in-law, -




Lorraine Birk, Annie, Sharon, Patsy and Mellie Darling; Le

nephews, Superintendent David Deveaux, Superinterndant : He is survived by his wife, Queen Russell: his two aoe

: : : : Cressentina and Newell Russell Jr; four grandchildren,
Rollie and Adrian Cox of Fort Pierce, Jason, Gary, Quinton — Shavargo, Sharad Bullard, Shanika and Ashton Russell; one

. . . . i 3 thi R : 3 i J i

Berkley and.Hensel Collie, Tad and Eddie Fraizer; cousins, as Sree ae neers a ianey oe

Fe cae . ee ae eae Geleana nephews, cousins; his father and mother-in-laws, Stillman
ohnson, Kelson and Dorcas Cox, Rev Rutus Hanna and © and Carolyn Collie; eleven sisters-in-law and nine brothers- |

family, Bishop Dr Woody Thompson and family, Dr Wayne | in-law, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Thompson and family, Felton Cox and family, Eric Cox and | ;

familly, Dnathon Cox Sr and family, Eartha Pyfrom and family, — Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Myrthella Cox and family, Rev Leyvon Miller and family, | Chapel on Wulft Road and Pinedale from 10: 00 am to 6:00
Sherma Stevens and family, Nurse Rosemary, Melverne . pm on Thrusday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00

| am until funeral time.

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Ferguson and family, Bishop Joseph M Swan and family,
Bishop Nathaniel Beneby and family, Bishop Rudolph Bowe
and family, Bishop Elganet Rahming and family, Bishop
Hulan Hanna and family, Bishop Cephas Ferguson and

family, lsula Henfield and family, Stanley Beneby and family,

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral

NEWELL LESLIE
RUSSELL. 59

of Kemp Road, will be held on
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Rack af f Ages. Funeral asapel |g Tec Memonal Moluary

Wulff Road & Pinedale « 4 and Cremalo ium Limited
“Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 © Fax: 328-8852 See

ae Bata.) Wars ye = FOR -A East Coral Roa ox F-4231






Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
: Page 340-8043

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box. CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034

; “ARLETTE JEAN, 27




of Butler's Alley of
#Wulff: Road and
formerly of Port De
= Paix, Haiti; will be held
“on Saturday 15th April,
2006 at Calvary

nt : _j|Haitian Baptist
: Church, West Avenue
off Gibbs Corner at 2: 30 pm.

















Officiating will be Rev Henri Cher-Amie
assisted: by Br Solimy Decius. Interment will
follow in the Southern Cemetery, Spikenard
& Cowpen Road.








She is survived by her mother, Estellie Michel;
father, Modrie Lefuste Jean; seven sisters,
Bettie, Karolle, Eolianette, Estelle, Dienie,
Elda and Mimose:; three brothers, Jolet, Wilmy
nd Frito; two. grandparents, Benjamin Jean
-Lefus and Ms Estil Homme Michel; ten uncles,
Jdefa, Michelet, Mavilien, Wilman, Michel,
Joinel, Amaury, Lanou Michelet, Cavanne,
Rochenel,. Exil'omme and Joe; seven aunts,
Vida, Mecilia, Fodilia, Aneros, Anetude, Trazi,
‘Delo; numerous cousins including Milene,
Wisline, Gela, Golette, Nikole, Kouzin, Wily
Badlet, Limik, Ronal, Satune, Yanyom, Joseph
Dorleans and Rino Jean: nieces and nephews,















Friends may pay their last respects at Rock
of Ages Funeral Chapel on Wulff Road and
Pinedale from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on
| Thursday and on Saturday at the Church from
1:30 pm until funeral time.











and a host of other relatives and friends...




PU ANNOUNCEMENTS

MRS GADELL MILLER

©) RUSSELL, 68

of West End, Grand Bahama and formerly of
Mangrove Cay, Andros, died at her residence
on Saturday, April 8, 2006.

She is survived by her husband, Edwin Russell;

4 three sons, Shane, Dwayne and Joseph
‘| McKenzie; two daughters, Gloria Matthews

and Felice McKenzie; six grandchildren; four
sisters, Patsy Miller, Jenniemae Adderley,
Lilliemae and Pandora Miller, numerous nieces,
nephews and other relatives and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE

ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.

2) MR TROY BENEBY, 36

of #54 Drake Avenue, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, died at The Princess Margaret
Hospital on Saturday, April 8, 2006.

He is survived by his parents, George and
Louise Beneby; five sisters, Melissa Minns,
Bridgette Butterfield, Tina, Geneva and Kissy
Beneby; one brother, Terrance Beneby;
grandfather, George Beneby Sr.; numerous
aunts, uncles and other relatives and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE
ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.

| MRS. MIZPAH DELORES
‘| KELLY, 71

of Pioneers Loop, Freeport, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Nicholls Town, Andros, died
at her residence on Monday, April 10, 2006.

| She is survived by two sons, Hilton Gibson

and Derick Kelly; five daughters, Ellen
Campbell, Linda Adderley, Amanda Johnson,
Margaret Kelly and Sandra Burrows; 14
grandchildren; three great grandchildren; two
sisters, Joyce Moxey and Ella Rolle both of
Nassau, Bahamas, and a host of other relatives
and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE. |


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and Cromaloriun Taniled

FREEPORT
11-A East Coral Road, P.O. Box F-42312
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 © Fax: (242) 340-8034

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

MR. WENDELL ANTHONY
"SWAIN" -
ARMBRISTER, 63

of #9 Albatross Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Murphy Town, Abaco will be held
at St. John's Jubilee Cathedral, Settlers Way, Freeport
:| on Saturday, April 15, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Bishop Godfrey R. Williams J.P., assisted
by Brian Sands and interment will follow at The
Grand Bahama Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive.

Left to cherish his memory are his caring wife,
-atricia Armbrister; mother, Ida Swain; children
Samantha, Lakeisha, Theola (Big T), Indira and Theola (Lil T) Armbrister, Laverne
(Barbie) Armbrister-Archer, Samuel (Sparky), Vernal, Wendell, Wenzal, Reno Armbrister;
grandchildren, Jonnae Penn, Precious Armbrister, Sherwin Delancy Jr., Terneisha
Winder, Samantha, Shaquille, Demetri and Tenajh Bootle, Shaniqua, Wayde Jr., and
Candace Archer, Lavardynae, Tianna, Shermeco, Cordero, Cordesha, Damasio, Sameka,
Avery, Sonovia, Shanethia, Samuel Jr., Sukura and Kadeidra Armbrister; great grand,
Dashawn; one brother, James (Jimmy) Williams; sisters, Carolyn and Leanamae
Armbrister, Louise Bain and Patricia Jones; one daughter-in-law, Erica-Armbrister;
two sons-in-law, Wayde Archer and Sherwin Delancy Sr.; parents-in-law, Cliff and
Nerva Bowe; sisters and brothers-in-law, Gloria Williams, Princess and Reginald
Farrington, Bloneva and Lawrence Rolle, Bertrum and Judy Winder, Dwayne and
Sonia Winder, Shirley and Susan Bethel; one uncle, Edison Ambristér; one aunt,
Louise Cornish; nieces and nephews, Lakishula, Eumeeko, Tamara, Nyoka, Denetrise,
Sherise, Kenise, Glenise, Gabrielle, Mary Bethel, Sonia Moss, Vanessa Adderley,
Mazola Munnings, Crystal Carroll, Yvette Moss, Dellareese Lowe, Alexis Lloyd,
Javonne, Judith and Jacquell Winder, Lakeisha Thompson, Kenya Forbes, Darnell
Burrows, Anais Bethel, Joy Lockhart-Lambe, Raquel Williams, P/C 2054 Jermaine
Moultrie, Jerry Stubbs Jr., Eduardo Deveaux, Ricardo and Dwayne Linden, Demetrius
and Leonard Stubbs, Lionel, Deiquardo, Anton, Tyrone, Narada, Cardinal, Keon,
Wendell, Sonith, Don, Gerard and Alexander Marshall, Anthony Curtis, Peter Nesbitt,
Maxwell Adderley Jr., Elrod and Clint Munnings, Jermaine and Edwin Thompson,
Clive Bethel, Daniel and Donny Burrows, Mario and Dario Poitier, Dwayne and Deon
Winder, Jerome Ferguson, Andrew Moss; godchildren, Deneka Butler, Tia Mader,
Jamaal Marshall and Jasper Stuart.

Other relatives and friends including the following and their families, Thomas Grant
(life-long friend), Preston Stuart, Leo Dean, John Smith, the WRLX family, Bishop
Godfrey Williams, Minister Iris Williams, Pleasant Bridgewater, Dr. Marcus Bethel,
Debbie Pearce, Shelly Austin, Ida Ferguson, Joanne, Mike Albury, Aleese, Deidre,
Jyoce Newvold, Mr. adn Mrs K. McSweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Ulkin Mullings, Clarence
Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pennerman, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Roker,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Knowles, Mr. Poitier, Leo, Mettie, Cabrena Adderley, Barbara
Pedican, Mrs. Christine Pinder, Mr. and mrs. Harold Curry, Kenise Duncombe, Dorothy,
Mrs. Maureen Campbell, Melvease Davis, Emmaline Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Hope
Nesbit, Heishal Davis, Leoda, Lorene, Sybilene and Mary, Doris, Louise Moxey,
Loenard Knowles, Evangelist Evelyn Bevans, Oswald McBride, William and Lady
Swain, Almeta, Joy, Rollin and Emald Swain, Essiemae, Sylvia, Iva, George Swain,
Dr. Phillip Thompson, Dr. Karaal, Dr. Michael Darville, Kenny and Michael Rolle,
St. John's Jubilee family, Freeport Gospel Chapel, Bethany Gospel Chapel, Marsh

Harbour Gospel Chapel, Zion Baptist and The Cancer Association of Grand Bahama.

"Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" of Restview Memorial Mortuary and

Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Thursday,
April 13, 2006 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday from 2:00 p.m: to 6:00

p-m. and at The Cathedral on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to service time.

AGATHA SYBIL
McKINNEY, 56

of #231 Erickson Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Cooper's Town, Abaco will be held
at First Baptist Church, Columbus Drive, Freeport
on Saturday, April 15, 2006 at.11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. George L. Cumberbatch, Rev.
Derrick Russell and other ministers of the gospel.
Interment follow at The Grand Bahama Memorial
Park.

Cherished memory would forever linger in the
hearts of her husband, Bishop Ivan McKinney; three
son, Timothy, Craig and Martin McKinney, three daughters, Mary Florence, Brenda
McKinney and Judyette Brown; grandchildren, Ivarene Jones, Kayla Tucker, Destiny:
Huyler, Franklin Ramsey Jr., Dwayne Marshall Jr., Shantar, Salyna, Sabrainer, Serena
and Christopher McKinney; sisters, Paula Dickenson Hall, Ettamae Austin, Karen
McKenzie, Barbara Russell and Michellene Poitier; brothers, Maxwell Russell. Sr.,
Steven Rolle Sr., Rev. Derrick Russell and Clarence Poitier: sisters- in-law, ‘Lula and
Lorraine Burrows; brothers-in-law, Richard, Robert, Basil, Alex McKinney and Arthur
Lightbourne; sons-in-law, Ricardo Brown and Franklin Ramsey;: numerous nieces and ~
nephews including Debbie Grant, Kathy Williams, Treniece Stuart, Ruth Charles,
Billy, Kevin, Obel, Kenan, Oxwell, Scott Dickenson, Kim Connolly, Dionne Brown, Trace |
Maddox, Jan Missick, Adrian, Tiffany; Shadia, Suerenea, Anassis, Alden‘and Yesmin,
August, Lipton and Winston McKenzie, Elicia, Jackson, Mark, Marvin;:Samantila,
Max Jr., Sherrad Russell, Brandford Jr., Jamaal and Faith Hall, Steven Jr., Sasha Rolle,
Denyca, Derrick Jr., Derrinye and Derrinyi Russell.

Host of other relatives and friends including the following and their families, The Rt.
Honourable Hubert Ingraham, Bishop Archilus Cooper, Thelma Edgecombe, Gussie
Roach, Muriel Poitier, Cecil and Leroy, Cecilia Rolle of West Palm Beach, Florida,
Ann Bootle, the Hudsons, Rupert Williams, James Williams, Francis Fox ;, Clementina -
Morris, Sheila Adderley, Estelle Mckinney, Genevieve McIntosh, Mildred Blatch,
Cleotha Edgecombe, Mabel Pinder, Genevieve Dean, Samuel Cooper Jt., Leo, Anthony,
Eric, Henry, Dodie Cooper, Cardinal McIntosh, Euriel Lewis, Bootle, Murray, Lowe,
Culmer, Cooper and McIntosh, Mr and Mrs Samuel Cooper and Becky Cooper, Nikita
Roker, Nurse Debra Forbes and Hazel Rigby, Beryl Lowe, Janice Moore, Sharon
Bartlett, Audrey Cooper, Mike Murray, Garnet Levarity, Sammy Lowe, Gordon and
John Rolle, Alfred Murray, Annie Rolle, the Cornish, Miriam and Leah

Viewing will be held in the "Irenic Suite" of Restview Memorial Mortuary and
Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Thursday
from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the
church on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to service time.


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uneral Homes & Crematorium

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
, P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas

_. THURSDAY,-APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 11



Bae eas



Mr. Robert Steven
Whrylly, 66









‘By Dr. Jackson Miller and Rev.




will follow. ns





Sisters-in-law; Leotha and Patricia Whylly, Sheila McCartney,
Ethel Cartwright, Sarah Hall and Eunice Culmer; Two (2)
Aunts; Mable and Dorcus Collie; Three (3) Brothers-in-law;
Victor Cartwright, Andre Hall and Edwin Culmer; Two (2)







daughters; ‘Angie and Nyoka; Three (3) Adopted-sons; Renard,
Urie and Richard; Twenty-nine (29) Grandchildren; Thirty-
§ three (33) Niéces, Fourteen (14) Nephews and a host of other

‘relatives and friends including; Deacon Jimmy and Alice Hodges
of Miami, Florida, Dorcus Williams and family, Ralph Collie,
Barbara Roberts, Apostle Mitchel E. and Lady Jones and family,
-§{ The Annex Men’s Fellowship, Deacons, Deaconess, Officers

| and Members of the Annex Baptist Church, Dr. Robin Roberts,
Dr. Balli, Dr. Clarke, Dr. Smith, Dr. Shema, Dr. Chea, Dr.











Accident and Emergency Dept., Male Medical I; Special Care
Takers, Barbara and Sharon, Pastor Veronica and Deacon George
Graham, the family of True Life Ministry, Mr. and Mrs. Gurth
| Gonzales and family, the Dowdeswell Street. Boys, Royal
Towers, Airport and Taxi Stands,, Meter Cab, Acklins and






to mention.




Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
and Crematorium, Emest and York Streets on Thursday from




: 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
until service time at the church.

of 1203 Bay Hill Breadfruit Street |
Pinewood Gardens and formerly :
of Hard Hill, Acklins will be held
on Saturday 15th, 2006 at 11:00 |
a.m. at Annex Baptist Church, |
Wulff Road. Officiating will be |
Apostle Mitchell Jones Assisted |

Willard Cunningham. Cremation



Left to cherish his memories are his Wife; Mary Whylly; |
Children; James, Paul, Robert Jr. and Michael Whylly; Six (6) ;
: Left to cherish her memories are her Husband; Robert Sands;
One (1) Daughter, Samantha Adderley, One (1) Son-in-law,
: Ricardo Adderley, One (1) Grand-daughter, Sarah Adderley,
Two (2) Sisters and their Spouses; Daphne and Floyd Moree,
: Peggy and Mitchel Knowles, One (1) Brother and his Spouse,
: Samuel and Shawn Moree, Father-in-law, Winer Sands, Three
: (3) Brothers-in-law, Clayton and Steven Sands and David
: Martin, Four (4) Sisters-in-law, Stephanie Sherman, Carlene .
and Monique Martin and Debbi Sands, Five (5) Nieces and
: their Spouses, Rochelle and Kevan Knowles Jr., Sherrie and
+ Roderick Wells, Sabrina and Robert Knowles, Stacey and Dr.
: Christopher Clarke, Natasha and Anthony Wells, Five (5)
: Nephews and a Spouse, Shawn and Nicole Knowles, Lorenzo
Cartwright, Zachary and Aaron Sands and Joshua Martin,
: Grand-nieces and Grand-nephews, Brett, Brooke, Britney,
j Shawn Jr., Kevan Il, Gavin, Christopher, Kai, Soleil, Dorian
: and Gabrielle and a host of other relatives, friends and loved
: ones including; Dr. Theodore Turnquest, David and Renee
: Lowe, Sadie Lowe, Bobby and Dolly Munro and others too
: numerous to mention.

Daughters-i -in-law; Ivana and Twyla Whylly; Two (2) Adopted- |

Matthews, the Nurses of Male Surgical I, Chest Pain Unit,.

Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera Communities and others too numerous :

: Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Thursday from
: 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until
: 11:00 a.m. and from 12noon until service time at the church.



Mrs. Deloris
Antoinette Sands, 50

of Stevenson Sub-Division will
be held on Saturday, April 15th,
2006 at 1:00 p.m. at Christian
Life Fellowship, Sea Breeze !
Lane. Officiating will be Dr. Jay
Simms Assisted By Bishop Lester
Cox. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier -
Road.




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BABY LOWELL BURROWS JR,
3 Months,

a resident of McKinney Drive, will be held at Arrow of Deliverance, Cox Way,
on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Christopher Burrows. |
| Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

He survived by his mother Tennielle Burrows; his father Minister Lowell :
Burrows; two grandmothers, Rev. Elease Burrows and Ms. Vera Pollard; two
grandfathers, Pastor Christopher Burrows and Mr. Walter Rand; two aunts, ;-
Indira Rolle and Elecia Outten; eight uncles, Mekio Mackey, Ryan Rand, :
- Lorenz, Leason and Edwin Burrows, Hartley Rolle, Julian Outten and Lavardo -
Rand; one great grandmother, Ms. Ruby Rolle; one great grandfather, Mr. }
Alexander Burrows; 21 granduncles; 25 grandaunts, numerous cousins, a host :.
of other relatives and friends including, the Shield of Faith Evangelistic Church }
family, the staff of the NJCU ward at PMH, the Internal Audit Department at :
BTC, the Arrow of Deliverance family, and the Faith Tabernacle Family. .

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 }
a.m. until service time. ~ nee
IRIS OLIVIA
-ROLLE-ARNETT, 69

Soldier Road.





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Lae) YN es) 1s AY (el oe) ae

a resident of Bamboo Town and formerly }
of Long Bay Cay, Andros, will be held at :
Kemp Road. Ministries, Kemp Road, on
Saturday April 15th, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. :
Officiating will be Bishop Delton D. :
Fernander, assisted by other ministers. :
Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, :



| After 69 years of earthly sojourn Iris memory :
forever remain in the hearts of those who :
knew her, son, Terrance Newman; daughter, :
Carol Veronique Arnett; granddaughter, Frenique Brykle Pinder; brother,
Eutychus Rolle; sister, Early Rolle-Winters; daughter-in-law, Jeanette Newman; }
sisters-in-law, Esther Thompson, Miriam and Cecil Arnett, Maria Rolle (High °
Rock); adopted daughter, Marion Storr, also represented today are some of }
the numerous nephews and nieces including; Myrtle Thompson, Mason and }
Myriam Rolle, Norma Johnson, Leonard, Donald, Mebra, Vernita, Melonie, . :
Montrae, Sam, Pasqual Jr., George (Jr.), Shirlean, Iris and Donnalee, Valderine, 3
Early and Gladstone Adderley, Arthur and Helen Rolle, Dwight, Marzel, :
‘Frances, Magnola Strapp, Sheila, Michelle Storr and Barry Rolle, Clarita }
Watkins, LeDressamae, Sanctuious, Margaret, Senoritha, Calvin and Ishmael :
Rolle, Cornelius and Cynthia Cooper, Margaretta and Joseph Mackey, Phillip,
Stafford and Herbert Cooper, Agnes, Naomi and Dr. Albert Rolle, Pastor Adline i
Jones, Thirstine Ferguson, Ishmael and Gerald "Bulla" and Zenith Rolle; also
represented today are some of the numerous grand nephews and grand nieces ;
including, Carletha Ornette Taylor, Theola Hepburn, Philippa Hepburn, Carla :
Taylor (adopted children); Brendan, LaVarde and Jamaal Rolle, Christa, Bruce,
Della, Michael, Dwight and Judith Thompson, Jackie Smith, Carolyn, Cassandra, :
Frances, Olrick, Andy and Anthony Mackey, Sophia Cooper, a host of other }
cousins, other relatives and friends too numerous to mention but they include, :
Bishop William Johnson, Carl and Una’Kemp, Lady Margarite Pindling and }
family, officers and members of the Kemp Johnson Rolle family Association, :

Se

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: Bishop Victor and Jackie Johnson and family, Priscilla Williams and family,

The New Destiny family, Council, officers and members of the company of
Girls Brigades, Rev. Beryl Culmer, Esther Winder-Storr and family, Verna ©

Jennings and family, Inez Peet and family, Fineta Evans, Cecelia Harris and |.

family, Mary Kemp and family, Mayna Hepburn and family, Mae Bethel and
family, Barbra Brooks and family, Althea Butler and family, Clementina Gilbert
and family, Eltha Rolle and family, Cynthia Stuart and family, Anthony Rolle
and family, The St. John's Baptist Church family, Cleora Pratt and family,

Catherine Smith and family, Ms. Brennen and family, Jerry and Esther Rolle,

Ms. Dorsette and family, Elijah Crawford and family (Burke, Virginia), Fredrika
Butler and family, The entire family of South Andros, Tiger Finlayson and
family. :

Friends: may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,

from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the chruch from 9:00
a.m.-11:00 a.m. and at the church from 12:00 p.m. until: service time.

JENNIFER ALMAMAE
CULMER CURTIS,
: 39

7 aresident.of Malcolm Allotment, will be
| held at Evangelistic Temple, Collins Ave.
/ on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Pastor Gary Curry, assisted by Pastor-
p= Vaughn Cash. Interment follows in

7, Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

7 Precious memory linger in the hearts of her
4 husband, Isaac Shavardo Curtis; 3 brothers,

Robert, Gregory and Wenzle Culmer; 5
sisters, Evelyn Austin, Delores Symonette, Merrel Cooper, Lorraine Hall and
Vernita Moxey; 2 aunts, Lilian and Emily Gibson; 18 nieces, Deborah Ramsey,
Dornell, Della and Delnica Symonette, Monique, Vernica, Vernell and Vernice
Cooper, Rudell, Raynell and Lorrell Hall, Nicara, Norell; Crystal, Shantise
and Shantell Culmer, Felanique and Dornique Capron; nephews, Charles,
Edward, Kevin and Dominic Symonette, Neugyen, Robert Jr., Wenzel Jr., and
Denzel Culmer, Vernal Jr. and Michael Jr. Cooper and Edward Austin II;
mother-in-law, Annismae Curtis; father-in-law, Oral Curtis; sisters-in-law,
Merland, Lelia, Ozie Culmer, Gail Francis, Margo, Fheresa and Marzell Curtis;
brothers-in-law, Kevin Symonette, Samuel Moxey, Michael Cooper, Rudy
Hall, Tony and Angell Curtis; other family and friends including, Edith Rolle,



‘Velma Fernander, Olive Clarke and family, Esther Davis and family, Tina

Sweeting and family, the Bethel family, Doraline Johnson and family, Geneva »
Smith and family, Mary Armbrister and family, the Ft. Fincastle, Mason's
Addition and Malcolm Allotment Communities, Temple Christian School

‘family, Evangelistic Temple family, The Mission Baptist Church family, _

Evangelistic Temple Ministries family, The Greater Bethel Cathedral family,
Believer's Gospel Chapel family, East Street Gospel Chapel family, Larry
Nairn and family, Sands family, the Curtis family, the Richards family, the
Morley family, Great Deliverance Ministries family, the Community of Green |
Castle, Eleuthera, Peter, Dave, Tiny, Vereane, Miss Ellie, Branell, Latisha, |
Vernique, Jerry, Janet, Juliano, Crystal, Doctors, Nurses and Staff of Female
Medical Ward IJ at the Princess Margaret Hospital and many other friends and |
relatives too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral. Home, Market Street, |
from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 {
a.m. until service time.



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- CHRISTINE LOLITA
__ KNOWLES, 44



























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a resident of Gibbs Corner, will be held : |
| at First Baptist Church, Market Street, :
+ on Saturday April 15th, 2006 at 3:00 :
| p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Joseph :
Knowles, assisted by other ministers of :
| the gospel. Interment follows in:
Woodlawn Gardens Solider Road. }
/ Left to cherish her memory are her }
father; Willie Knowles; 4 daughters, :
LaKeisha Knowles-Lewis, Shamika }
Knowles, Odena Brennen and Domanell Knowles; 1 son, Gerod i
Knowles; 4 grand children, Larriska Gardiner, Frank Knowles, Michaela
Bodie and Anthonique-Curry; 10 brothers, Oral Rolle, Custon, Paul, :
Phillip, Milfred, Wildron Knowles, Albourn, Willie Knowles Jr., Hercules :
and Loutéry Knowles; 9 sisters, Ivie Knowles, Susan Knowles Rolle,
Marlyn Knowles Davis, Margarette Knowles, Loretta Knowles, Fredricka :
Knowles, Judymae Knowles, Evenlyn Knowles-Brennen, Brendalee :
Knowles, Santa Knowles; 8 aunts, Marjorie Boneby, Icelyn Lewis, |
- Maria Antonio, Lofine Cartwright, Arline Smith, Altemise, Cynthia, :
Vernitta Adderley and Emily Knowles-Smith of Seymours, Long Island; :
- 5 uncles, Arlington and Robert Cartwright, Alphonzo Adderley, Jeffort :
Adderley and Adwin Knowles of Simms, Long Island; 5 grand aunts, :
Millis Stubbs, Susan Thompson, Meril Ash, Effie Thompson and Sylvia :
Armbrister; 3 grand uncles, Beren Smith, Livington Ash and Turner :
Stubbs; numerous nieces and nephews including, Oral Jr., Raymond ;
Rolle, Shantaya, Daphne, Oventa and Lacoya; | sister-in-law, Alecia
Rolle; 1 aunt-in-law, Judy Cartwright; 2 uncles-in-law, Herbert Antonio }
and Basil Lewis; other relatives and friends including, Ryan, Donnie; :



Michael Antonio, Basley; Sakora, Evonie Lewis, Kenton McKenzie,
Valencia, ‘Sharlene, Latishka, Kendisha, Jestina Johnson, Vernetta, ;
Glorian, Pearnet, Cynthia, Joyce, Joseph and Timothy Arlington,
_ Christine, Nadine, Floyd, Verdell, Romeo, Randy, Jason, Naldo and ;
-Robert Cartwright, Tyrone, Ansel, Fremond and Rubin Smith, David, :
Reginald, Burkley and Aikin Thompson, Reatha, John and David |
- Stubbs, Deborah King; Ellamae Bain, Rosenell Cooper, Marion Brnnen,
~ Roseta Minns, Michael Bodie, Donna Goodrich, Anthony and Kayla ;
Miller, the Cartwright family, the Adderley family of Smith Hill, Andros, :
the Knowles family of Simms, Long Island and Stevenson, Exuma, the :
Bodie.family, the Sunlight Cottage and Gibbs Corner families, the Staff
of The Ministry of Argriculture and Fisheries, the staff of Raddison |
Cable Beach especially the Security Department, the staff of The |
Princess Margaret Hospital, the staff of Early Risers Development
_ Centre, the staff of Gray's Music Center, The Church of God of Prophecy
family, Rev. Joseph Knowles and the Mt. Theos Baptist Church family. :

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday from 9:00 :
a.m. -1:00 p.m. and at the church from 2:00 p.m. until service time. :

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DEACON HEXON
SYLVANUS ROLLE, 67

a resident of Malcolm Road and formerly
of Old Bight, Cat Island, will be held
at St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, -
Meeting Street, on Saturday April 15th,
2006 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be
Rev'd. Dr. Michael C. Symonette and
Rev'd Dr. Hervis L. Bain, Jr., assisted
by other ministers. Interment follows in -
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and
Spikenard Roads.



Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Louise King Rolle; 5
sons, Elroy, Cpl. 2166 Deon Rolle, Quentin, Wayne and Warren Rolle;
4 daughters, Shanessa Kemp, Sharana, Shakera Rolle and Joan Stevens;
mother-in-law, Miriam King of West Palm Beach, Fl.; daughter-in-law,
Judie Rolle of Andros; 1 sister, Miriam Stubbs; 1 brother, Eleazor Rolle;
12 grandchildren, Deon Jr., Quentin Jr., Ryan, Travon, Tadzia, Desheika,
Jerrinique, Alisia, Deleivia and Tanecia; 5 sisters-in-law, Edris King
Edwards, Lillian Newbold, Margaret Dawkins, Ada Rolle and Ivy King;
5 brothers-in-law, Charles King, James King of Vero Beach, FI., Deran
King of Rochester N.Y., Carl Newbold and Rufus Dawkins; 2 sons-in-
law, Thomas Stevens and Kuzaliwa Kemp; nieces and nephews,
Elizabeth, Janet, Margarette, Shan, Sharon, Maydone, Althea, Sheena,
Darrell, Melequar, Vanessa, Christine, Shania, Denva, Monique, Faycetta,
Clarice, Charles, Patrick, Carlton, Jamaine, Dorrington, Jacob, James
Jr., Craig, Elvardo, Werity and Bridgette; grand nephews and nieces,
Christopher, Eleazor III, Gabrielle and Daniel Weir, Deneisha and Eliza
Rolle; other relatives and friends, Members of St. John's Native Baptist
Cathedral, Delores Fernander and family, Rev. Delton Fernander and
family, Rev. Garnett Rolle and family, Rev. Dr. Hervis Bain and family,
Rev. Dr. O. A. Pratt and family, Rev. Dr. Michael Symonette and family,
Marilyn Rolle and family, Isabell Burrows, Melia Wilson, Doc Dawkins,

Dwight Challow and family, Vernita Thompson and family, Ernestine
Miller and family, Firman Hetty (Doran) Goodman and family, Fr.
Sweeting and family, Ekron Pratt and family, Deacon Cooper, Frederick
Butler, Toyce King and family, Andy Lawrence and family, Sheila
Dames, Esther Dillon and family, Monique Brooks, Glendina Johnson,

Ethelyn Pickstock, M.P. Tennyson Wells and family, Brave Davis,

Carmen, Lee Ferguson, Cleo Woods, Eldora Bonamy, Edith, Barbara,

Naomi, Ruth, Norman Dean and family, Franky Zhavargo, Ezra Dean
and family, the Staff of British Hilton Hotel, the staff of Male Surgical
I, PMH, staff of the Department of the Auditor General, students and
staff of C.V. Bethel High School, staff of Bahamas Electricity
Corporation, the family of] Malcolm Road and relatives and friends too
numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the
church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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PROPHET ANTHONY
ANTHONIE MILLER, 22. .









Old Trail Road:





Miller Stuart; father, Eric King; step-father,




Pratt, Brenda and Rochelle King; 3 brothers,




Waters; uncles, Mr. Steven Simms, Mosel Jones, Alphonzo Strachan; granduncles,
Harold Miller, George Miller, Phillip Moxey and Mr. Albury; nieces, Clelsia Newman,





Simms, Lara Simms, Toreco Simms, Osher Simms, Tamika Bastian, Tanya Miller,
Mrs. Roselyn Knowles, Roston Lewis, Rodenia Lewis, Monica Jones, Marcus Strachan,


















service time.





MR. MELVIN "TBAB",
"JUNIOR" STUBBS, 60






Dr. Everette Brown, assisted by Dr. Kendal Stubs,






Roads.




daughters, Patricia, Johnniemae, Joyce, Lauretta,
Delvise, Melvinique and Diane; nine sons,
Anthony, Shanandor, Rudolph, Kino, Kevin,








Sister's in-law, Madlyn Gardiner, Jocelyn Mcphee, Gloria McGregor, Virginia Rolle,






FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

a resident of Laird Street West and Hospital |
Lane, will be held at Mount Moriah Baptist :
Church, Farrington Road, on Saturday April :-
15th, 2006 at 11:00 a,m. Officiating will be Rev. }
Dr. Wilton Strachan, assisted by Pastor Sharon :
Nairn. Interment follows in Old Trail Comclery) i

Vanison Stuart; 4 sisters, Latira Penn, Merlene

Robert Miller, Dwayne and Eric King Jr.; step }
brother, Marcus Newbold; 4 aunts, Mrs. Theresa Knowles, Elizabeth Simms, Brenda : -
Jones, Carolyn Strachan; grand aunts, Mrs. Iren Gray, Mrs. Victoria Fox, Mrs. Rosella :
Bostwick, Mrs. Mary Moxey, Mrs. Juliette Miller, Gwendolyn Albury and Mrs. Una }

Moesha Pratt; nephew, Travis, Ashton and Nicolas Newman, Charles Jr. and Rahad
Newman; cousins, Mrs. Verzette Williams, Edgar Knowles, Fayren Knowles, Orieel i

Felita Stachan, Crystal Strachan, Mardinia Strachan, Mrs. Juliette Taylor, Mrs. Carla :
Armbrister, Mrs. Marina Strachan, Valentino McKinney, Mrs. Nicola Bethel, Romeo :
Delancey, Mrs. Williamae Smith, Wellington Gray, Stephanie Gray, Tarell and Techi :
Gray, Mrs. Carlotta Klass, Dewitt Johnson, Henry Johnson, Angela Bain, Annaley :
Coakley, Unay Burrows, Mavis Rahming, Zachary Miller, Wayne Miller, Sharlene :
Paul, Sharmaine Miller, Remone Miller, Elgin Miller, Marsha Miller, Valvay Miller :
and family, Edward, Allan, Patricia, John Junior Sands, Pearline Humes, Opal Bastian :
and family, Javis and Ghan Humes, Mrs. Sheila Brown and family, Anthony, Eric and *
Ricardo Thompson and Ms. Mary Thompson, a host of other relatives and friends :
including, Charles Newman Sr. and family, Anastacia, Bunny, Julian, Audrey Fowler i
and family, the Rahming family, the staff of Corey Newbold Ward, the Pastor and :
members of the United Fellowship Church and Mount Moriah Baptist Church family.



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until :

a resident of Sugar Apple Street and formerly :
of Cat Island, will be held at New Bethlehem :
Baptist Church, Independence Highway, on :
Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. }

Rey. Tyrone Laing, Minister Cecil Higgs and
Elder Helen Nesbitt. Interment follows in }
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard :

He is survived by his wife, Ruth; children, Seven

Sean, Marvin, Dexter and Terrance’ grand's, seventeen; great grand's, two brothers }
and their spouses, Freddy and Pam, Abraham and Precina and Jerry and Alexander }
Stubbs; sisters and their spouses, Jennymae and Cornelius Ambrose and Francine and }
Roosevelt Cleare; uncles and their spouses, Elder Leon and Blanche Stubbs, Minister :
J.J. Stubbs; aunts, Lenora and Maryanna Stubbs, Rosabelle King Ms. Dorothy Burns; }

Patsy, Angie and Cheryl Hepburm; brother's in-law, Godfrey Mcphee and Leo Gardiner;




uncle's in-law, Javin Belle, and Prince Mcintosh, special friends, Janet and Mary
Ferguson and Ms. Annamae; nieces and.nephews, numerous, all of whom he loved
dearly; cousins, too many to name without offending anyone, other relatives and
friends, Cennie, Mike and Phil Stubbs, Trevor, Barbara and Tanya Cleare, Ms Walkine,
Mr. Williams, Mr. Rudy, Ms. Shantel, the Munnings sisters, Mrs. Cheryl Seymour,
Mr. Samuel Heastie and the Sting family, the staff of Lyford Cay, the staff of Western
Transportation, the Sugar Apple Street Community and the M.P. Mrs. Allyson Maynard-
Gibson, of the Pinewood Gardens Constituency, New Bethlehem Baptist Church
family, and The Remnant Tabernacle of Praise family. :

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at. the church from 9:00 a.m. until

i service time.
Left to chisnsh his memory are his mother, Sheila :

ANTOINE "TONY"
FREDERICK SMITH, 29

a resident of Baillou Hill Ro.ad, will be held at |
St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road,
on Saturday April 15th, 2006 at 10.00 a.m.
Officiating will be The Rt. Rev. Gilbert
Thompson, “assisted by Fr. Rodney Burrows and
Fr. Mervyn Johnson. Interment follows in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. :

Left to mourn his passing but cherish his memory
are his mother, Altamease Dewar' his father,
Kirkland Smith; his son, Antoine "AJ" Smith;
his brothers, Dwight and Jaamal' Smith, Jason
and Anthony Rolle, Nikita Austin, Arthur Evans
and Allan Bain; his sisters, Cassandra Dewar,
Shamara and Sherelenia Smith, his special friend, Paulette Murrey; nieces, D'arshea
and Asia; nephews, Dwight "DJ, Donte and D'Quan Smith; godparents, Howard Miller
and Patricia Duncombe-Roberts; his aunts, Catherine Sweeting, Bessimae Storr,
Lorraine Evans Paulette Major, Charmaine Evans and Wendy Lewis, Gwendolyn Hall,
Elizabeth Smith-Gibson, Beverly, Miranda, Angela, Annie Smith, Rosalie Martin,
Dorothy Bullard and Cleo Newbold; his uncles, Eric Sweeting, Jethro Storr and John
Evans, Kevin Major, Valentine Heastie, Craven Lewis, Samuel, James and Thomas
Smith, Chrispin Newbold and George Gibson; counsins, Petty Officer RBDF Chann
Hall, Eldridge and Chrispin Newbold Jr., Andre Gibson, Sean, Samuel Jr., Patrick,
435 Dect. Const. Durie, Devano, Dario, Marlie, Dwayne and Thomas Smith Jr. Valdero
Heastie; Alex Lewis, John Evans Jr., and Kevin Major Jr. Christa, Chrishanda, Samantha
and Lisa Newbold, Sonja Gibson, Cynthia Fowler, Suzette Rolle, Carrol Brice, Patrice,
Monique, Tymara, Leora, Jaime, Tinana, Crystal Candice and Thomasina Smith;
Tiffany Taylor, Deandra Bullard, Wendijah and Lauren Lewis, Sharrneeker and Johnkell
Evans; grand aunts, Madge Cargill, Lelia Bullard-Farrington, Miralda and Kathleen
Minnis, Marion Rolle and Gloria Evans; grand uncles, Alton Cargill, [van and Dudrie
Minnis, Bernard, Lockward and Yorick Evans, other relatives and friends, Tremmie
Thompson, Keino Nabbie, Faruk Pinder, Bianka Walke, Elray Deveaux, Sammy
Blyden, Charles Smith, Reeves Roberts, Rasta Swag it, The Cargills; Uncle Kaiser's
children, the Minnis, the Lundys and the Evans family, The Yellow Elder Community,

- The Yellow Elder Crew, Rev Ezekiel Munnings and God Temple. of Praise family,

The Grants Town Community, The Poitier family, Geneiva Cunningham and family,
Doris Strachan, Eleanor Newbold and family, Roy Orlander and family, Margaret
Dillet, Ann Harris and family, Vernie Davis and family, Kerry Bowe and family,
Francis Bowe, The Henfield family, Annie Butler and family, Telfar Bain and family,
Yvonne Roberts and family, Francis Johnson and family, Enid, Francis, Madge Bowleg,
Pedro Simms and family Joseph Adderley and family Mama Tavlor RalphWoodside |
and family, The McKenzie family, Mearline Bridgewater, Leonard Archer and sons,
Madlyn Kelley and son, Dominique Hall and Family, Lesley and Chrispin Seymour,
Taxi Stand - B.C.H., The St. Agnes Church Family, St. Cecilia's Church family, Five
Porches of Deliverance Centre, The Passport Office, Wemco Securities, Security and
General Insurance and others too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from

3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until
service time.


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camera $209

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Nokia 5165 (T) - New- $60.00
We alse unteck Nokia 3595 (G/Q) - New - $80.00





KITCHEN APPLIANCE PACKAGE
4H Frigidaire Professional series brushed
stainless steel, New off the dock at cost












; plus. freight & duty phones, please Nokia 2260 (T) - New - $100.00
Side by side eget! 17.4Cu. ft | | calland fanuire. - Nokia 3560 (T/Q) - New - $150.00

























Side by side freezer $1,000.00 Slide-in] | guige. Motorola v.60i (T/F) - New - $150.00

Hs stove & glass cooktop $1,895.00 G=GSW phere Motorola v.60t (T/Q/F) - New - $160.00
-Above-Range microwave & vent T-TDMA phone Nokia 3220 (G/Q/V/C) - New - $220.00

: $485.00 C- Camera phone *Motorola L6 SLVR (G/Q/S/C) - New - $220.00

Dishwasher $645.00 V- Video Motorola v.600 (G/Q/S/C/F) - New - $240.00




10% off for complete package

S - Speaker phone a -
too big for my kitchen Motorola SILVER RAZR (G/Q/S/C/F) - New - $270.00

Q- Color screen

F -Filp phone Motorola BLACK RAZR(G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $300.00

Motorola PINK RAZR (G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $320.00
Telephone: 242.456.3967/242.324.4198 ‘Delivering , topnotch technologies at topnotch discounts!’ :
E-mail: rboliva@yahoo.com, http://www.augustrooster.com - Coming soon! Cali us, delivery is free! :

For activation, please add $50; (* - Shown)






Tel: 477-7908










1997 Honda Prelude,




































This car is in
Human Transporter
It’s the toy for the BTOWRCIBS EXCERLENT CONDITION
For Thousands less Auto, Sunroof, Leather, Full Power,
then the Segway. It has Headlights, Fully Loaded.
Brake lights, and signals. Enjoy this cool Beautiful dark Blue exterior, and
Human transporter for only Black Leather
$1,099.00 NEUE ony 31 OO wiles.
“ riced for quicksale.
Ph. 424-0035 $7,800.00.



Ph: 424-0035

TRIB #702B

1999 Plymouth Voyager

Ford F-150 6 cly, 4.6, Auto, cold A/C

$10,000, and priced for a quick sale.
Call: 392-6795 Only $4,800.00
or

544-0103 Ph: 424-0035




1995 Honda Accord,

sunroof, EX, clean int. 4cyl,
excellent condition, just in from U.S.
$5,000 ONO,

Call: 392-6795 or 544-0103

1998 Ford Taurus,
$4,000,
Call: 392-6795
or
544-0103

Apple iSight Web Cam
Brand New in the box, $100.00,
Apple iPod 4gb
Nano (Black). Comes with iTrip
Wireless Transmitter, Padded case
with Arm strap,
$200.00,




1999 GT
35 Anniversary, fully loaded, flow
masters 3" Ex pipes, Steda Breader,
$10,000,

Call: 328-3347
Call: 324-8444


RIB #672 :
DELL LAPTOP COMPUTER,

Windows 2000, Mocrosoft works, 30 gig hard drive, 256
Ram, powerpoint. word perfect 9, small size, sleek,
Excellent deal $499.00 No more - no less
External DVD Rom. Ph: 323-7662 Cell: 477-3642

PUPPIES FOR SALE
Rottweiler/
chow chow puppies
3 brown, 3 tan,
tail docked, had first
shots. 6 weeks old
$400.00
Serioue enquiries
only

Tel: 326-1296
Cell: 535-7741



2005 BMW 650
Dakar, Raleigh,
DREAM BIKE,

only one on the

ISLAND UPGRADES
Island, these deals
don’t come around

Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00 2 oftati:
$13,000,

Call: 328-0002

Tel: 424-4140 or
or 426-5339

islandupgrades @ gmail.com
www.islandupgrades.com

500 Shares of City Market
"Bahamas Supermarkets"
for sale ‘
@
$16 per Share,

Call: 341-5677

RIB #688 -
THE CRAZIEST COMPUTER SPECIAL
; _EVER!!
_ The turbo- smart machine, only $799.99
Call today- dont miss this deal while
supplies last
Tel: 323-4075/322-8415

RIB #617
PAYLESS WHEEL CHAIR SCOOTERS
FROM $799.00

TEL: 362-6040: .’

SELLING GAMES

(PS2), X BOX 360)

Used games from
$19.95- $49.95

% Nen games from
Bey =$39.95- $84.95

Call: for listing
Tel: 328-6160
Cell: 544-4273

RIB #682
2006 HONDA 650L

Red white/black, $8,400.00 OBO
House kept, very clean bike, 528 miles, runs excellent
Ask for Lewis or Peter, Serious inquiries only
Tel: 356-2154 Cell: 556-1215

Ris #681
PITTBULL PUPPIES AND DOGS

Had first and seond shot. One Female, 2 Males
10 weeks old
Tel: 3414-5992/327-7905/557-1701

100CC 4 CYCLE ENGINE, $1800
Manual 4 speed,
_ Inexpensive but reliable
Immediately West of Basra,
East Bay St

Tel: 326-7508

AMERICAN RED NOSE,
LOW RIDE PITTBULL
PUPPIES(females)
deworm and frist shots.
$400.00 each,
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 393-7739/395-8946

125CC JAILIN 4 CYCLE ENGINE, |
ees | 150CC JAILIN 4 CYCLE ENGINE,
$1900

$1600
Automatic, Inexpensive but reliable.
All models are fuel efficient Automatic, Inexpensive but reliable
Immediately West of Basra,
East Bay St

Immediately West of Basra,
East Bay St
Tel: 326-7508

Tel: 326-7508















RIB #622

Tel: 1-786-423-1484 or 324-7753








RIB #518

1995 25FT CELEBRITY,
New float trailer $22,500.00. .
Excellent condition, Sleep 2 w/200 Mariner,

L
16’ Hewes Bonefisher (1998) (Flats/Skiff)
90 Yamaha; EZ Trailer, New Steering Head,
Steering Cable, Trolling Motor Mount, Cooler,
New Battery, Push Pole, Ready to Fish!

= $ 3
CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417

RIB #648- 200431” SONIC
Desc: Be Ready for G-String Season(top)
Shore power/powered by twin 454 Mercury-
Cruisers power seats/power steering/power engine
room hatch Excecutive Series/ All the toys and

comfort of your own home
Microware/Fridge/Bathroom, shower head Sleeps
four comfortably/Combines luxury and speed Must
see and ride to appreciate
Asking Price $70,000.00
(Hm) 362-2001 Cell: 557-1402










PS, VHF Radio



RIB #646
4992 DEFENDER 70FT x 20FT WIDE
FISHING BOAT
White/blue, twin GM 871,

20 HW generator
5000 gallons diesel, 1000 gallon gas, wate
maker, AC, 40,000 Ibs freezer,
sleep 14, with lots of room,
Ask for Kent at 357-1255











FOR SALE

Lady Yellow

or
shawn at 337-3014 or 357-1517

25' Pursuit Centre Console
Cuddy, :
w/twin 175 H.P. Evinrudes, T-top,
with rear shade, VHF, dive platform
wiladder, fast can capable boat,
$19,500 OBO,

Call: 327-4982
between Noon & 9 PM

HIGH- END
WIRELESS NOTEBOOKS FOR SALE

BRAND NEW
Dell, Toshiba or HP Mobile notebooks with free
carrying case including the following specs:- Wi-Fi,
15” to.15.4” LCD display, 512 megs of ram, DVD-
RW/CD-RW,DVD- Rom 60 gig HDD, 3-4 hour battery
life, WXP home, Microsoft office, Norton system
works 2006, Hoyle board games 2006,
Encarta Encyclopedia 2006, 12 months warrantly.
Please call Ken at 324-8880, 364-4173 or 424-7888
Freel!!!
256mb Pen Drive
With purchase

$1599.99
Financing Available



ONE BRAND
NEW
Still in the
boxes, Above
ground pool
24 ft x 48-54

Tel: 325-6084
cell: 357-8499

RIB #691- S, 20” CHROME RIMS
with tires, fits Chevy Trail Blazer, GMC Envoy, Isuzu
Rodeo, Honda Passport, Mitsubishi Montero trucks
also; etc. Get ready to shyne $2, 200.00 OBO
Steering rack for Isuzu Rodeo or passport
Tel: 325-3540 Cell: 422-4668/326-2201

































RIB #674
1997 Mercury 250HP EFI Outboards
(Pair),
low hours (385), run great,
includes controls and gauges,
30" or 25" shaft. $7900 for pair O.B.O
Call 422-2613







TRIB #518A
FOR SALE:
19 ft. very fast Reef/Pleasure Boat
2004 200 HP Yamaha
Depth Finder, GPS,CD Player, Trailer, New
Bimini Top, Out Riggers :

RIB #544
MOTOROLA SWIVEL, Biack $485.00
Pink Razr $399, Black Razr $325, Blue razr
$365, V500 $299, V188 $190, CT66 $235,
Phone from $90 & up, CD player's from
$135.00 & up, JVC Sony Pioneeer Xbox $245
PS2, $235.00, Speaker's 6x9 $99.00
Pebble $495.00 Tel: 242-436-8495



THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, PAGE 19














CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417



RIB #626A



STOLEN 5;

From the Bight Long Island, March-1st 2006
17’ Formula Boat Fiberglass Hull ;
Color: Yellow with black Bimini Top j
Engine: 85HP at
Compressor: 4.0 Honda
License #: 288 porn

Tel: 242 337 0218












Utility Trailers.
Available in different sizes:
1200 Ib capacity is $1095,
2000 Ib capacity is $1900.
Harbourside Marine,
East Bay St. 393-0262.

NBA LIVE 2006
$89.99
Soul Calibier III
$89.99
Many more starting at

PS2 Controller $32.99
Memory card 34.99 |-

Tel: 393-1138

NBALIV



A Complete DJ set for Sale:
(4) 18" PV Low Rider Woofers in cabinets,

d (4) 15" Subwoofers PV Low Riders in |

Cabinets, (4) 2 ? drive horn in cabinets, A :

{complete DJ Tower with (3) QSE Amplifiers, :

(1) Cross over, (1) Double CD Player, (1) —
Mixer with Equalizer, (1) independent
equalizer, and all cables,

wires and jacks are included.

Phone: 242-323-8080/242-359-1033

HOT DOG MACHINE
Peanut Roaster
For sale or rent
Call for details

380-2575
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) FB 25' REGAL BOAT — Alb eve
1983 26FT CHRIS CRAFT
Loaded with new features: New Vol , FT,
ee Pinta Inboard Engine New, _ CABIN CRUISER
Fly Bridge, Blue/White, TRIB #698




















Tripple Axle Trailer






















New Seats, Sleeps 4, VHF RIB #463 90' Fishing/Processing Vessel
Music System 25FT MONZA $5 ae. ae , oFor Sale. 3
_’ MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER! $17,500.00 ONO UY. Bids to be submitted to
242 337 0218 Excellent nen cee Leave message 325-7777
Monique or Paulie Tel: 341-6868 or 393-7475 Tel: 457-4627 or 325-5555 faxed to 3283799





RIB #689
For Sale
36ft Cruisader with
3000Ib Ice Box
Engine 871 Twin Turbo
2 Stations, Depth Finder,









RIB #647
1987 32” MIDNIGHT DECK
Des: Be Ready for G-String Season (top)
Fully loaded/custom sound system/Xm Satellite
Radio/GPS Chart plotter powered by twin 300
Yamaha HPDI/Speeds up to honest 65 MPH
A Mercedes Type ride.















RIB #506
_ 18” LARSON CENYTER CONSOLE
Bimini Top, GPS, VHF radio with float on trailer,










TRIB #699
90' Fishing/Processing Vessel for Sale














2004 Honda BF13 outboard, ~ : Collectors Items
Trap Puller ee neHE conaigne” Bids to be submitted to Must see and ride to appreciate, Asking price
Contact 242 337 6000 Seto cee a ie hm)362-2001 Cell: 557-1402
500.00 or . 2
$45,000 OBO Tel: 364-2736 faxed to 3282733 (hm) ©







Bradford G!

Yacht and Ship
Ph: 352-7711 © Ph2: 727-7711 © Fx: 352-7695 Q 's Hiahwe
__ http:www.yachtworld.com/bahamasyachtandship | ueen’s nignw

BAHAMAS YACHT & SHIP Grandszhama’

“Complete marine repairs for vessels from 20 to 220 feet.”

















i

28' Mako Cuddy EY Aa Ort O71 ae : ed BU Oc 2 He Chris-Cr

Year: 1987 1978 Hull with new Awl Grip Paint | Year: 1989 her

Current Price: US$ 30,000 Gasoline engines and generator | Current Price: US$ 30,000 Tax Paid

Located a reer Lucaya, Ideal for Diesel Conversion Located in Grand Bahama, Bahama
Asking $25,000 Hull Material: Fibe:




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Hull Material: Fiberglass
ine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas
THURSDAY, APRIL 13 2006, PAGE 21




















1994 NISSAN 180SX
SR20DET Motor w/manuel transmission,
sunroof; AC, great clutch, power everything,
tinted windows autometer/Greddy Gauges,
| Nardi racing steering wheel, Recaro racing seat,
4 point racing harness, Ultra speed meter, GP
sports fully
adjustable race coilover suspension, Cusco
Strut tower bar, HKS turbo timer, blitz intake,
HKS blow off value, Nismo grounding kit, Nismo
voltage stabilizer, 3” turbo back straight pipe
exhaust, Advan wheels, Carbon fiber GT rear




















TRIB #676
1999 CONVERTIBLE CRYSLER

SEBRING, RIB #685


























spoller Gadance audio component speakers, White ee soatoe interior 1998 RANGER
ismo S-tune package graphics, Huge custom ,000. Grey with grey interior, Good condition
front EEC ONG Apexi fuel controlle Fully power, CD player, Asking
Call Greg Lampkin 364-3312/ 357-3716/356-2555 Excellent condition $6,500.00
Tel: 327-4430 Tel: 341-5159 Cell: 636-5391




RIB #690


























4 RIB #687 2000 CHEVY IMPALA
RIB #683- 1994 MAZD. EDAN (CHEVY IMP
eee Con heal nat , FOR SALE Silver with tan interior, Original chevy rims, RIB #696
$1500 for one & 2,500 for both, ONO 2003 Monte Carlo SS. automatic windows & door, AC, AM/FM, radio, 2003 FORD ESCAPE




Like brand new 19,500 miles. Fully loaded,
power everything, leather seats, sun/moon roof,
fog lights, sound system with sub.$ 26,000.00
phone 424-1937 ($32,000.00 invested).

Black with tan interior $19,000.00 ONO
Keyless entry, clean title, Bank assistance,
CD player & Tnts Included, power. windows
Tel:( 328-8468 morning) 328-0651 (evenings)

ood condition.
8,500.00 ONO

Tel: 393-0547 Cell: 423-8183 .

(Needs engine repairs) Power everything, sunroof,
AC, leather seats, CD, factory rims,
V6, solid body, automatic
Tel: 324-5455 Cell: 426-5408








1991 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
Grey with grey interior, power windows,
AC, CD player, alarm,
power locks, mirrors
$2000.00



TRIB #68








6.
1995 MITSUBISHI GTO

Silver with black leather interior, |

$6,000.00

Standard shift, 4 wheel drive, 4 wheel

steering, 2 door, Turbo timer,

rev speed meter
racing steering wheel,
racing seat sound system

Cell: 544-8449

Tel: 525-1962 Cell: 323-2627

RIB #694
1997 HONDA CIVIC EX ©
Black with grey interior,
2 dr, Stick Shift, Vtech, Intake, headers,
Alarm, dvd, more.
$5,000.00 ONO
Tel: 424-1098



{TRIB #700













1996 NISSAN MAXIMA, SE
Green with tan leather interior
$6,000.00
4 door, 5 speed,

CD 800 watt amp 2-12” pioneer
indash dvd player,

2 screens 7” & 13”, alarm, sunroof










RIB #701 _—.

1997 TOYOTA TERCEL
Bungundy, clean in and out, AC, license,
running like a dream, great vehicle for








RIB #693 : women, — Tel: 323-3028 Cell: 456-6411
X BOX WITH (2)CONTROLS, very economical in gas
Games NBA live 2006 etc... $250.00 firm. (1) PSP play $3,500.00 :

station portable (3)games madden 2006 etc (1)Movie
house of flying daggers $350.00 firm
Call anytime. Tel: 364-1688/454-1481

Tel: 341-8109/544-5501/454-3859

RIB #640- EASTER BASKETS -
Spongebob, Barbie, Batman, Spiderman, Dora,
Carebear & more.Starting $25.00 & up, Custom made
Baskets starting $15 & up. Super special $10.00
baskets while supplies last.Order early dont be late.
Ph: 325-1764 Shauna
#50 Windsor Lane West/Windsor
Park underneath.tent.



BBF #769






BBF #824

Microwaves,Vacuum Cleaners
and DVD Players,PS2's and Game Cube.

ALL MUST GO!! No reasonable offer rejected

324-4651 or page me @ 380-6246



RIB #680
- BROKEN CONSOLES,
X BOX, PS/2 & PSP
Get them. fixed. Call me “J” 454-1507

Airbrush Set Gun,
compressor, extra needle point stencils,
serious inquiries only, $400,

Call: 393-6926





RIB #609
2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
Blue with grey interior, 2 door.
$14,000.00 ONO
Low miles, remote CD player,
power windows & seats, automatic.
Excellent condition
Tel: 327-2635 Cell: 434-6167







RIB #612 -
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black with cream/tan interior
$10,000.00
Just in, runs perfect with low mileage,
price negiotable
Tel: 394-6858 Cell: 535-4575

RIB #639
1998 TOYOTA AVALON, BLUE
Fully loaded with TV, CD player, Lady driven
Owner leaving Island, Must sell
In very good condition
$7, 200.00 ONO
Tel: 324-3341 Cell: 457-0235

RIB # 654 E
1995 FORD RANGER
‘ Black with grey interior.
, Tool box on bed, Standard shift, Extra cab. AC
set in truck $5,800.00 ONO
Tel: 392-1164 Cell: 434-2889

wy

RIB #645
1994 NISSAN SENTRA $1000.00
1988 WRANGLER JEEP
Tel: 361-3275

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RIB #625
1997 NISSAN MAXIMA

Gold with beige leather interior

$6,300.00 OBO

Clean, ice coid AC, Bose sound

system, sunroof, power seats,
53001 miles, Must see

Tel: 393-5977 Cell: 454-4997

RIB #632.

1998 CHEVY MONTE CARLO, LS
Gunmetal grey with black interior
Alarm, AC, Sound system, cloth interior,
mahogany wood trim dash/doors, extra clean, in

& out. Recently serviced, one driver,

Asking $5,500. 000BO

No reasonable offer refused,
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 426-1857 426-9241

RIB #652
1994 NISSAN MAXIMA
Tan with tan interior
$3,200.00
Power window, CD player, runs great
Call: 544-0713

RIB #669
“PRICED FOR QUICK SALE”
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA GXE

Black with tan interior, 98 K miles, AC,

CD, PW, PS, Good condition
$6,500.00 ONO
Tel: 502-5751 (W)
424-6300(C) 392-1796(H)

RIB #650
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with tan interior, 4 door, $7,00.00 CD, AC,
18” chrome, tints S/R.
1997 ACCORD, AC, CD, factory rims, tints, 4
door, s/s $6.500
1995 ACCORD, 2 door, s/s $4,800
1993 LESABRE, 4 door tints, AC, $4,000 ONO
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205










TRIB #631



1995 TOYOTA TERCEL
Silver with grey interior
$4,500.00 ONO
Goad condition, running well, AC, clean, just in
Tel: 341- 0621

RIB #638 :
JUST ARRIVED, 1998 TOYOTA CELICA
Sitting on brand new 17” rims & tyres, AM/FM
cassette stereo, brand new CD changer,

new battery, License & inspected until Nov 06.

Excellent condition. Must see to appreciate.
$9,500.00 or $8,500 w/regular rims & tyres
To veiw call 356-3922 or 357-4753



RIB #668
2001 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Champagne with tan leather interior
$23,000.00
Excellent condition, fully loaded, very clean,
22” chrome custom rims, low mileage
Tel: 324-2416 Cell: 552-3205

RIB #679
1996 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER “ Prado” TX
4x4 SUV, loaded, custom decals.
3200cc diesel. colour: Navy/silver, pioneer
CD/XM Satellite Radio interior rod rack, wood
. trim dash. Immaculate condition.
$19,900.00 Tel: 394-1x377





RIB #667

1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Rudy red w/ gold emblems & pinstripping,
daylights, plush cream leather interior, rich
mahogany & metalic accents, power everything,

steering wheel controls, 8-ways seats w/2 per
memory, Ice cold AC, 20 “ chrome. A presidential
ride on air suspension
$10,500.00 ONO
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave
message. (factory rims available by request)






































RIB #637 5 pe
1998 ACURA INTEGRA
White with dark grey interior
$5,500.0!
4 door sport vehicle, OBIS sunroof,
powered windows & AC
Tel: 324-3440 Cell: 426-4408

RIB #671
SPECIAL !!!
1999 MAZDA MILLENNIA (TAN)
Low mileage, bose sound system, tan luxury
leather interior with
-V-6 engine performance, AC,
Very os Must see!!!
$8,200.00

Call: 392-3027/392-2954 or 395-7936

TRIB #678 :
1996 MERCEDES E 200 '
Colour: Mettalic Blue, grey leather interior. Right
hand drive, fully loaded, Pioneer CD/XM
Satellite radio.
Immaculate condition! 3 month warrantly
$17,500.00 Tel: 394-1377

RIB #655
2001 CHEVROLET LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior, 4 door
7,800.00
Excellent condition, brand new
pioneer CD head with door speaker
Tel: 394-7540 Cell: 477-4399

RIB #675
. 1998 CHEROKEE JEEP .
White with beige interior
$10,000.00
AC, Fully power,
Excellent condition
Tel: 327-4430








RIB #529 =e

2001 INFINITY G -20T

: 2001 INFINITY G -20T

Silver, 4 door sedan, tally loaded with beige/ black
leather interior, sunroof, fog lights, rear spoiler,

cD player
$11,500.00 ONO will take $10,000.00 cash
Tel: 455-7842, Ask for Joe

RIB #532
2001 CHEVOLET CAVALIER

, White with grey interior
Just in from the US, Price to sell, asking $3500 OBO
Visit our website, www.webstreetcars.com
Stardard shift 4 cylinder, 55,000 low miles. 2 door,
Extra clean. Must see.
Call 422-0499 /327-5537 or 341-1575

TRIB #574
2000 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE

Red with tan interior
$8,000.00 ONO
4 door, 18’ chrome rims, low mileage
Finaneing for Government and Hotel workers.
el: 565-9750 Cell: 357-3964

1B #57
2001 KIA SEPHIA
Grey with grey interior standard shift,
CD, AC, Excellent condition
$6,000.00
Tel: 341-1194 Cell: 525-5233

1997 HONDA ACCORD
- Green with tan interior
$6,000.00 ONO .
Good condition, Clean, Low mileage.
This is it 081952
Tel: 565-9750 Cell 357-3964



RIB #545
2002 GMC SIERRA DELUXE

Red pick-up with tan interior,V8, AC, PS,
PB, Auto, radio w/CD, new rims,
very clean like new
$18,900.00
Tel: 322-8734 or 325-3110

RIB #546
2004 LANCER FOR SALE, BLACK
Fully loaded, low mileade
$13,000.00 OBO
Price for quick sale,
Owner leaving Island
Call 361-5234, Cell 395-3129
Ask for Antonio

RIB #618
‘1993 MAZDA 626, GREEN
4 door with leather seats, CD player,
AC, standard shift, V6 2.5
- $3,500.00
Tel: 324-5201 Cell: 434-3897

RIB #623
1997 HONDA CIVIC, VTI
Silver with grey/black interior, 3 doors, RHD,
low mileage, radio cassette, Excellent condition
$5,800.00 ONO
Tel: 341-1662 Cell: 434-5835

24-
1999 MERCURY MOUNTAINER

Bu , Fully loaded, AC, leather interior, airbags,
Rapa! front & rear control panel, roof rack

Running board, inside & outside, clean engine 100%
temperature indicator, tints, have shinny rims
king $10,500.00 Tel: 535-9737 or 323-3357



RIB #556-
White with grey interior, runs great & Excellent on

2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES

gas, low mileage, Automatic, AC, CD player,
4 cylinder,clean title, 4 door and
fully powered. This car must go

200.00
Tel: 393-3537 Cell: 426-8605

RIB #557 :
1998 FORD EXPLORER XLT

Dark blue with tan interior $9,900.00
One owner, Excellent condition, Fully loaded,
Leather interior, CD player.

TOSHIBA 50” TV $700.00
Tel: 326-6368 cell: 424-2555

2004 GMC ENVOY
White with grey/black interior, very clean
Bank financing & comprehensive Insurance
available.
Asking 28,000.00 or best offer
Tel: 557-3057

TRIB #629
2003 FORD EXPLORER XLT, GOLD

Fuliy loaded, 13,500 miles, leather interior,
great condition!
Serious inquiries only.
Price: $27,500.00
Contract (242) 394-4477 (Work) 328-6660





RIB #630
2002 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

White with grey interior
00

4 door automatic. Excellent condition
AC, CD player, alarm, drives very well Must see
Tel: 394-5059

Cell: 456-7889 or 364-2171

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RIB #572
2002 FORD F-150
Green with grey interior $14,000.00
Fully loaded, AC, CD player, nerf bars, billet grille, sun
visor, low miles, only 44,000 miles, Price for quick sale
price can’t be beat, call around.
Bring vehicle in from the US for a low fee.
Tel: 552-8277 Cell: 356-3953 or 454-7352

RIB #573
1999 SUV, FORD EXPEDITION
Navy with grey leather interior, 4600CC
AC, tape deck, CD changer
FOR SALE “AS IS”

Make an offer

TRIB #633
" 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager;
Burgundy colour with grey trim; Power Steering,
3.3 litre engine; Radio / Cassette Player; oY
spacious. Good condition. $10,600 OBO.
Call 324-4018. Owner leaving Island."



TRIB #634
1995 HONDA ACCORD EX
Black with dark grey interior
$5,000.00
Sunroof, AC, CD player,
original Honda wheels.
Great condition, Serious inquiries only
Tel: 361-6727 cell: 426-9944








RIB #635
1998 TOYOTA COROLLA
Lilac with grey interior, 4 door
$6,000.00 ONO
One owner, only 38,000 miles,
reat condition

-1811 cell: 359-0074

Tel: 32






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BBF 800
2001 Dodge Neon,
Just as is,
$2,800,
Call: 544-2525

BBF #998.








1996 Honda Odyssey

with warranty, lic, Insp, service, etc..
Call: 325-0881-2

RIB #522
“1996 FORD EXPLORER SUV, XLT
Blue with grey leather interior
$5,500.00 OBO
CD player, AC,
Tel: 394-3100 Cell: 424-3377

RIB #523
2000 DAEWOO LANOS
Green with grey interior. Great condition
Price Neg
Call: 324-6384 or 456-5589

RIB #525
1996 Plymouth Voyager
(engine trouble), 3.0
$2,900

Telephone: 393-8314

available @ Sanpin Motors, $9,200, comes





RIB #504
2002 DODGE RAM, FOR SALE
Black with black interior, custom alloy rims, 4 door,
power doors & windows, AC, CD player, tinted -
windows, low mileage, Must see to believe
$16,500.00 Like new
Ask for Elvardo
Tel: 323-1234 cell: 380=0471 or 323-6168

RIB # 641
1997 FORD MUSTANG, RED
Standard shift, V6,
Serious inquiries only
Tel:425-2347 Cell: 477-4068.

RIB #535








2000 NISSAN SENTRA
Burgundy with tan interior
$11, 200.00
18” rims, Gold spinners, DVD, 2 screens, mini
playstation 2, 12 “ pioneer subs, CD player, Will
take serious negotiations
(2400 watt amp)

. Tel: 327-8109 ‘
Cell: 525-1251 or 327-1151

RIB #536
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Midnight blue with tan interior
$19,500.00 ONO
CD player 6 disc, power windows,
alarm system, sunroof, Excellent condition.

Serious enquiries only

Tel: 364-5217 (after 6:00pm)
558-1988 (anythime).

RIB #540
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, GOLD
With clean beige/tan interior, clean nice ride,
A must see, cold AC, factory alarm and
CD player
$17,000.00 OBO call me. lets make a deal
if there is no answer please leave message on
Answering machine

- Tel:-544-8457- |







RIB #517
Year: 1999, Type: Ford Ranger
Color:Amazon Green
Asking Pricez: $17,500 ONO
Condition: exceptionally customized
(Must see to appreciate)

If You like loud this is the truck for you.

(Comes with Air Suspension)
Mileage:.25,842
Tel:424-3147 (any time)



RIB #491
1998 JEEP WRANGLE
a en tan interior
15,00

0.00
5 speed, 4x4, 4 cylinder, soft top, CD player, AC, Soon

on gas, Beautiful Jeep, sweet ride,
A must see. Tel: 364-7611

RIB #547

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