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ll By PAUL G TURNQUEST -
Tribune Staff Reporter

_ AN MP last night confirmed res-
idents’ fears that no fogging had
taken place in malaria-stricken
Exuma to control the. spread of
mosquitoes.

This was in direct contradiction
of government claims that pest
control measures were being taken
in the early mornings and late
evenings.

Exuma MP Anthony Moss, who
is deputy Speaker of the House of
Assembly, ‘stated unequivocally
that no fogging had taken place in
Exuma since the beginning of the
month.

Late Tuesday evening Ministry
of Health officials informed ZNS
that they were fogging and treating
open water areas in Exuma.

Minister of Health Dr B J Not-

tage said his ministry was carrying °

out chemical larvaciding, adulti-
ciding, and fogging to eliminate or
reduce the mosquito count.

However, several Exuma resi-
dents phoned The Tribune ques-
tioning the. accuracy of the min-
istry’s information, stating that they
had not seen any fogging anywhere
on the island — especially since
the malaria outbreaks had caused
widespread concern.

“T can tell you today, right now,
that I am sure that no fogging has
taken place over the last week,”
Mr Moss said.

“As far as treating the lakes —
yes. That is an ongoing thing which
has been happening over the last
two weeks. It was happening up
until I left Exuma on Tuesday.

“But.as far as the fogging goes,

alaria outbreak

that is something that we would
do annually: around the summer
time when the mosquitoes are
there. But since the beginning of
this month, I cannot stand here
and tell you that fogging has taken
place in Exuma,” Mr Moss said.

The ministry's attempts at lar-

vaciding ponds and fogging com-
munities are the only ways to com-
bat the Anopheles mosquito which
carries. malaria. To date, at least
16 people on the island have been
affected.

Dr Nottage confirmed on Tues-
day that they were effectively treat-
ing the affected persons and pre-
dicted that six of them’ would be

released from Princess Margaret”

Hospital (PMH) as early as yes-
terday.

However, calls to Dr Nottage,
Dr Baldwin Carey, Director of
Public Health, and Director of
Environment Melanie McKenzie
for an update to Tuesday’s news
release were unsuccessful. Accord-

“ing to their secretaries, they were

all in meetings.

Elma Garraway, permanent sec-
retary at the Ministry of Health,
did return a call and said she would
check if an update was to be
released today.

Malaria is primarily transmitted

by female mosquitoes of the

Anopheles genus, which usually
feed at night. Pregnant women are
especially attractive to these mos-
quitoes and malaria in pregnant
women has been cited as an impor-
tant cause of still births, infant mor-
tality and low birth weight.
Characteristics of the infection

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a EXUMA MP Anthony Moss outside of the House yesterday.

Sixteen confirmed

positive with malaria

@ By MARK HUMES



HEALTH officials from the Ministry of
Health and National Insurance have confirmed

‘that of the 158 persons tested in the Exuma’

malaria scare, 16 have tested positive for the
disease.

In the latest update coming from the health
ministry, officials said they did not expect any
further local transmission of malaria because
there was no evidence at this time of the
Anopheles mosquito in Exuma.

They warn, however, that as they continue
household investigations over the next 10 days,
they do expect to identify a few more cases.

According to officials on Tuesday, “surveil-
lance teams have been carrying out contact
tracing and geographical surveillance in areas
of Exuma in which cases of malaria were dis-
covered. These efforts are continuing to meet
with success.”

Residents on the island had expressed con-
cern that with the lack of spraying being done,
the disease could spread throughout the island
and affect, not only their tourism product, but
their own health as well. But the officials reit-
erate that they do not exper! this to be ne
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New date to

appeal death

sentence for
Maxo Tito

| By. NATARIO McKENZIE

ATTORNEYS for convicted
murderer Maxo Tito have been
given a new date to appeal the
death sentence handed down
just weeks after the London
Privy Council ruled that sen-
tencing for convicted murder-
ers was discretionary.

Dion Smith, of the law firm
Lockhart and Munroe informed
the Court of Appeal yesterday
that he was seeking an adjourn-
ment in the matter as he had
not yet. been able to obtain
copies of court records'of Tito’s
Supreme Court trial. Mr. Smith
said yesterday that he expect-
ed to have the documents
before the day’s end.

President of the Bahamas
Court of Appeal, Justice Dame
Joan Sawyer, who appeared
with justices Emmanuel’ Osade-
bay and Hartman Longley,

‘ informed Mr Smith yesterday
that if an adjournment were
granted, the matter could not
be heard by the appellant court
until September. The hearing

SEE page 15

Phenton Neymour responds to

criticism by Fayne Thompson

â„¢@ By MARK HUMES

ADDRESSING verbal attacks by
lawyer Fayne Thompson, Phenton
Neymour, a former Coalition for

Democratic Reform leader, said he is

not going to engage ina personal fight
with Mr Thompson because his goal is

‘bigger than just getting in the press.

Mr Neymour’s remarks were. in
response to an interview that Mr
Thompson gave to The Nassau
Guardian in which he criticised the
former CDR heads, Charles Maynard
and Mr Neymour, for their move to
“merge” with the Free National
Movement party.

“My concern is about making a con-
tribution to the Bahamas, and not
fighting with Mr Thompson,” said Mr
Neymour.

Surprised by. the sudden public out-
burst from Mr Thompson, which was
directed at him and Mr Maynard, Mr
Neymour believes that these attacks
may be more personal against the
Maynard and Neymour families, as
no other former CDR member or
executive was mentioned.







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Mr Neymour’s reference may well
be associated with the public feud that
occurred between Mr Maynard’s rel-
ative, Attorney General Allyson May-
nard-Gibson, and Mr Thompson’s sis-
ter, former Registrar General Eliza-
beth Thompson, who eventually
resigned her post.

Additional Tribune records also
reflected a possible fall-out from a
conflict between Mr Neymour’s father,
Basil Neymour, and Mr Thompson in
1992 when both sought the PLP’s
nomination for the Pine Ridge con-.
stituency..At the time, it was reported,
“Mr Thompson got the overwhelm-
ing support of those present and vot-
ing” at the PLP’s Pine Ridge branch
meeting. However, in the end, with
Sir Lynden’s support, Mr Neymour
got the party nomination.

“Right now,” said Mr Neymour,

“Mr Thompson is in the political
wilderness, and he is grasping to. hold
on to some political life raft.”
Contrary to the Guardian’s report
which called Mr Thompson a “found-

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PERSONS who live in the
eastern end of New Providence
say they continue to suffer from
a contaminated water supply
despite repeated complaints.

They are renewing calls for
the Water and Sewerage Cor-
poration (WSC) to address the
problem of brown, rusty water
coming out of their pipes.

Several affected persons told
The Tribune yesterday that the
only thing they can do about
the problem is install a filter —
which only clears up the water
for a few days.

They have been advised not
to resort to well water, as the
Water and Sewerage Corpora-
tion claims it can be unsafe.

However, some of the affect-
ed persons claim they have no
choice but to use water from
wells.

“The water is filthy muddy,
like sewer, no good at all — and
not even clean enough to offer a
dog,” said Elaine Lorifice, an
apartment complex-tenant in
the area.

Both the general manager of
the WSC and his assistant man-
ager were unavailable for com-
ment on the matter.

Diane Phillips, a longtime res-
ident of Eastern road, said the
water from her taps was very
brown over the weekend.

“Imagine turning on your tap
at the end of a hard day looking
forward to a shower, and you
can't even get in it because it's
the colour of coffee with a slight
amount of cream; it’s absolute-
ly disgusting,” she said.

Mrs Phillips said that as a
result of ‘the problem, her
clothes become discoloured
after being washed.

Despite the repeated incon-
venience this problem has
caused her over the years, she
commended the corporation
for improved customer rela-

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colour of water that flows from their taps

tions and polite, responsive ser-
vice.
When asked if she considered

requesting compensation from

WSC the damaged clothing, she -

said: “No, they have already
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THE TRIBUNE



In brief

New child
protection
act ‘before
summer’



MOUNT THOMPSON,
Exuma — Minister of Social Ser-
vices and Community Devel-
opment Melanie Griffin said
she hopes to bring the proposed
Family and Child Protection
Bill 2006 before parliament
before or immediately after the
summer recess.

Minister Griffin took the con-
sultative process on the road for
the third time in less than a
week, holding town meetings in
a number of communities in
Exuma on the proposed legis-
lation.

“This piece of legislation is
proposing an increase in penal-
ties for various abuses of chil-
dren and is also proposing
imposing mandatory reporting
not just of sexual abuse, but of
every form of abuse against chil-
dren — because before, it was
just the mandatory reporting of
sexual abuse against children.

“But now, whether it is phys-
ical abuse, emotional abuse,
neglect, abandonment and so
on, there will be a mandatory
reporting aspect of the Bill,”
she said.

Women are
robbed of
handbags
on street

IN separate incidents, two
women were robbed of their
handbags while walking in Nas-
sau.

According to police reports,
shortly after 8am, a woman was
walking in the Coconut Grove
area when a white Nissan Sen-
tra with two occupants pulled
up.
One of the occupants report-
edly produced a. handgun and
demanded the woman’ s hand-
bag.

After taking the bag, the two
men drove away.

About 10 minutes later, it was
reported, a white Nissan Sen-
tra pulled up near the corner of
Baillou Hill Road and Inde-
pendence Drive and demand-
ed that another woman hand
-over her handbag.

In both instances, the hand- -

bags contained personal items
and a small quantity of cash.

Guyana
gives stipend
to laid-off —
miners

@ GUYANA
Georgetown

. ABOUT 400 bauxite miners
laid off by Cambior Inc. in
Guyana will receive monthly
stipends from the government,
an official said Tuesday, accord-
ing to Associated Press. —

The Montreal-based compa-
ny will close its bauxite mine in
the South American country for
July and August due to stiff
competition ‘from Chinese firms,
which produce high-end bauxite
at a lower cost, Cambior said.

The government will provide
workers for Omai Bauxite Min-
ing Inc. the monthly national
minimum wage stipend of
US$125. They must attend one
day of computer classes weekly
to receive the funds, said presi-
dential spokesman Robert Per-
saud.

Cambior will lose between
US$4 million and US$5 million
during the shutdown, the com-
pany said.

Guyana and China are
among a few countries that pro-
duce a high-grade bauxite for
aluminum used in aircraft and
industrial construction and to
make kitchen utensils.

Cambior has invested more
than US$22 million reviving
bauxite mines in Linden over
the past two years. It has stock-
piled large amounts of bauxite
ore and could resume work
before September if price levels
improve.

The mine company is 95 per
cent owned by Cambior, with
the rest held by the Guyanese
government.

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LOCAL NEWS

ENM ‘victimised

MICAL residents’

@ BY ROYANNE
FORBES-DARVILLE

MICAL constituents suf-
fered “economic victimisation”
under the Free National
Movement, MP for the multi-
island constituency Alfred
Gray claimed yesterday.

During his budget commu-
nication in the House of
Assembly, Mr Gray criticised
the former.government for the
poor infrastructural state of
the islands (Mayaguana,
Inagua, Crooked Island and
Long Cay) under former FNM
MP Vernon Symonette.

Mr Gray said that before
2002, basic infrastructure,
including telephones, electric-
ity, docking facilities and roads
were either in disrepair or not
in place at all.

He said that under the PLP,
infrastructure development in
MICAL is now moving for-
ward.

“As we speak a $200,000
hospital on Inaqua is almost
completed

“A new doctor’s residence
that cost $400,000 and a nurses
complex are also being. built
as we speak.”

He also announced that
plans are being drawn for a
new $2.3 million airport ter-
minal in Inagua.

“BEC has committed to sta-

tioning an employee on:

Mayaguana so that residents’
bills can be paid every month
rather than every three
months,” he added.

Mr Gray went on to say that
the “FNM wrote the book on
victimisation.”

“We are still waiting for



@ ALFRED Gray

reports on the scandal sur-
rounding the member of par-
liament for Mount Moriah and
Baillou Hills, which the (then
prime minister) Hubert Ingra-
ham promised to address and
failed to do...”

FNM South Abaco MP
Robert Sweeting asked that
Mr Gray withdraw his com-
ments.

Mr Gray also accused oppo-
sition leader Hubert Ingraham
of “blatant abuse of ZNS”
despite making promises to the
contrary in his party’s mani-
festo

He went on to say that a
$1.2 million increase was given
in this year’s budget to the
Department of Local Govern-
ment, for which he is the min-
ister, and announced that the
consultative process to consid-
er implementing local govern-
ment in New Providence has

‘started.

He said the initiative
appears to be generating little
interest among NP residents.

“A meeting was held at
Worker House recently and
only eight or nine persons

turned out,” he said.

Also responsible for Con-
sumer Affairs, Mr Gray
explained that the government
has allocated $4,167,55, to that
department; $250, 000 to the
Department of Co-operative
Development, $400,000 for
regattas; 100,000 for home-
comings and $100,000 to
Arawak Cay, in the 2006/2007
budget.

He explained that during the
last fiscal year, more than $2
million was*spent on small-
scale capital projects in the
Family Islands.

“Projects that were com-
pleted, or are presently being
actioned are as followings: con-
struction of a bus shed in set-
tlement of Roberts Town, pub-
lic restrooms in the settlement
of Pelican Point and McCleans
Town.

“T have undertaken to equip
all the public parks in the east
Grand Bahama with children’s
playing equipment to the tune
of $30,000,”-he said.

Mr Gray was interrupted by
High Rock FNM MP Kenneth
Russell, who said that parks in
his constituency were still in
disrepair.

Mr Russell said: “I am dis-
appointed that the minister
wants to mislead the Bahami-
an public... as there are

‘many things that are not com-

pleted.”

Mr Gray responded that
what he said was: “the projects
are being done.”

He said major repairs and
upgrades are underway in just
about every major Family
Island, and are expected to
continue up to election.

A new political party
announces its presence

@ By TRIBUNE STAFF
WRITER



THIS may come as a big
surprise to Perry Christie and
Hubert Ingraham, but a man
called P A Strachan intends to
be the next prime minister of
the Bahamas.

The 59-year-old farmer from
Bacardi Road has had enough
of “promises and delusions”
and says he intends to lead the
country to a new age of pros-
perity.

This week Mr Strachan, who
claims to be a former FNM
member, placed advertise-
ments in Bahamian newspa-
pers announcing the formation
of the United Reform Party,
of which he is leader.

He told The Tribune yester-
day he expects to run candi-
dates in every seat in the
Bahamas when.the general
election is called.

With an alleged membership
of 200, the URP is not entering
the fray as just another mean-
ingless “fringe” party, he
stressed.

According to Mr Strachan, it

will wipe the PLP and FNM
off the electoral map, herald-
ing a new age in Bahamian
politics.

“T have come to the conclu-
sion that commonsense ain’t
so common,” said Mr Stra-
chan. “We must educate the
people properly. I don’t expect
to gain no seats, I expect to
win the government.”

Claiming that “God is the

real chief” of the URP, Mr -

Strachan added: “I have been
in politics a long time. I have a
lot of experience. I am well-
known and I learnt my poli-
tics from Cecil Wallace-Whit-
field.”

Why run now? “Because my
time has come,” he said. ““Peo-
ple are not registering to vote
because they don’t think
there’s anything to register for.
The country is in a mess.

“I am-going to be holding a
press conference soon and my
party is going to have the
biggest conference ever seen
in these parts.”

The URP intends to fight
crime and provide the honesty
and respect people are look-

ing for, said the Eleuthera-
born family man.

“We'll make no promises we

can’t fulfil,” he added, “We
will not tolerate false promis-
es. ”

Are people likely to take
him seriously? The Tribune
asked. “People will not only
take me seriously, I will be
prime minister this next elec-
tion. By God’s grace, I will
become prime minister.
Promises are comfort to a fool,
but I say let the truth reign.

“When God is on the
throne, we cannot lose. I will
make a good prime minister.
The proof of the pudding is in
the eating. I am thinking only
of winning. Defeat doesn’t
come to my mind.”

Mr Strachan, who discard-

ed his first name ‘Prince’ in
favour of the initials ‘P A’, by
which is known, said he will
announce his list of candidates
soon.
Last night a PLP source
said: “I guess we should be
shaking in our’shoes, but I ain’t
heard of no P A Strachan or
the United Reform Party.”



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Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903-1914

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

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‘Heading off a ‘coal war’ with China

IN 1972, while toasting Premier Zhou En-
Lai during the landmark visit to China, Pres-
ident Nixon asked, ”What legacy shall we
leave our children? Are they destined to
die for the hatreds which have plagued the
old world, or are they destined to live
because we had the vision to build a new
world?” ;

Despite a disgraced presidency, Nixon
was credited with melting that aspect of the
Cold War.

Today, China and the United States have
the Coal War. President Bush could salvage
a portion of his legacy by ending it.

We are not fighting each other for the
resource. Instead, we burn it up in our par-
allel universes and toast the planet like no
one else. The United States currently spews
out the most global warming emissions in an
endless drive to satisfy the highest level of
materialism on earth. Our level of con-
sumption and pollution is so high that Har-
vard scientist E.O. Wilson calculated it
‘would take four planet Earths for the rest of
,the world to enjoy our standard of living.

* -Oblivious to pointy-headed professors, ,

*China is on its way to passing us with its
unprecedented industrialization in that most
;populous nation. We can already see what is
‘going to happen if China continues to strive
for our standard of living: The pollution
‘from coal burning is reaching mountaintops

;on the American West Coast.

" A New York Times feature this week said
»that carbon dioxide pollution from Chinese
‘coal burning, currently just over that of the
United States, will be double this country’s
“by 2025.

» That might make a hike to the top sé
Mount Rainier quite interesting as it

becomes a global ashtray. Then there is the

issue of what China has begun to do to its

«own people’s health. As our children face a

:declining life-span because of obesity and

“diabetes, people in coal-burning provinces

“are already seeing dramatic rises in lung

cancer.

‘ This condition will likely worsen as the

‘United States and China use each other as

‘an excuse not to take global warming seri-

‘ously. President Bush refuses to participate

.in the Kyoto treaty to cut emissions because

“he says large developing nations such as

-China and India are not under mandatory

, pressure to lower gas usage. China and India

‘refuse any mandatory emissions caps

because the Americans refuse to lead by
example.

So a little Nixon is, surprisingly enough, in
order here. Still, policy changes seem unlike-
ly from the presidency that “has been in the
most denial about the environment. The
Globe last week reported even more cut-
ting of climate research satellites by NASA,
on top of satellite cuts previously announced.
By 2020, Bush wants to put humans back
on the moon. Great. By then the atmos-
phere on the moon might be betier than
here.

In a briefing paper released this week,
the Oxford Research Group of England said
that unless the world’s major governments
take climate change seriously along with the
related consumption of resources, there can
be no end to global insecurity. The report
said that the United States, because it cur-
rently produces 20 per cent of the world’s
greenhouse gas emissions with only 4 per
cent of the population, “must face up to its
responsibility.” It said China and India must
be “brought into greater dialogue,” since
agriculture in those countries “could be
hugely affected” by global warming.

The report said, “Unless urgent action is
taken in the next five to 10 years, it will be
extremely difficult, if not impossible, to
avoid a highly unstable global system by the
middle of the century.” It said, “Anyone
doubting the serious security implications

‘of environmental disasters, even for rich

and powerful countries such as the United
States, should simply look at the large-scale
loss of life and breakdown of society that

occurred in New Orleans and other Gulf

Coast cities” after Hurricane Katrina.

When Nixon came back from China, he
said that one of the gifts the delegation left
behind was a sapling of an American red-
wood tree. It was symbolic ot his hope for
the growth of the US-China relationship.
“But the process is not one of days or even
years,” Nixon said. “It is a process of cen-
turies.” Now that global warming has cut
planetary change from centuries to years,
there could be no beiter sign of hope than
for Bush to go back to that redwood and
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ment to combat climate change.

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parking lot

EDITOR, The Tribune.
IT MUST have been provi-

dence that your columnist Mar- _

jorie Downie wrote the article
‘cowbells and bikinis’ (Tribune
June 6, 2006). The reflections
coincided with an experience I
had with parking at Nassau
International Airport during the
long holiday weekend (June 2-
6).

Ms Downie writes “public
behaviour must be based on
consideration for others. This
is not simply a matter of obey-
ing the law, such as stopping
when the red light comes on,
but much more importantly, of
doing what we ought to do even
if no one mandates that behav-
iour, simply because it makes
life more pleasant or bearable
for those who inhabit this little
space with us”.

I travelled to the United
States on Thursday afternoon
and parked in the parking lot
in the area opposite the exit
from customs. The paved area
in the parking lot with the
marked spaces was full and
therefore I parked in the grassy
area near the fence, aligning my
car next to an already parked
car and considerate to ensure
that I would not be blocking
ingress and egress to the area. ]
returned to Nassau on Satur-
day evening. As I walked to my
car, I noticed the chaotic state
of the parking lot. Cars were
double parked in the driving
lanes, cars-were packed in the
rear of other cars seemingly pre-
venting those cars from mov-
ing, but I thought, maybe the
drivers know each other, cars
were on grassy verges, in walk-
ways, a car was present in every
nook and cranny. As I contin-
ued to observe the utter chaos
in the paved marked areas of
the parking lot I became anx-
ious about the state of the
grassy area at the rear of the
paved parking lot. Needless to
say in this area, cars were
parked such that there was no

exit (or for that matter no

entry). | spoke to the persons
on duty in the Airport Author-
ity who informed me that they
had used their wrecker to move
cars that had been haphazardly
parked and the enormity of the
task had resulted in the wreck-
er breaking down. I was pre-

sented with two choices —. to

wait and hope someone came
to move a car which may then
provide an escape route or

come back when I thought the

congestion had been alleviated

’ by the efflux of time.

Who is to blame for the anar-
chy at Nassau International Air-

Hewes

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port parking lot? The Airport

Authority is responsible for the:

parking lot. They charge park-
ing fees and therefore users of
the parking lot are entitled to
expect a semblance of order. It

behoves the Airport Authority .

to. be proactive in monitoring
and controlling the situation
and arrest the situation before it
gets out of hand. While the
Authority may not be able to
get every transgressor, it was
clear that no effort was made
to prevent any transgressions.

The belated attempt to rectify -

the anarchy proved costly to the
Authority since their wrecker
broke down as well as*people
like me who had to leave to
return another day or wait in
hope for hours... Hopefully, in
the short term the Authority
will either have several. atten-
dants in the parking area or
where the entry and exist areas
for parking are unmarked, put
up barricades or ropes to delin-
eate the entry and exit points. In
the long term, the ticket
machine and the pay attendant
activities should be calibrated
so that when the parking lot is
full, no more tickets are issued.

However all the blame can-
not be borne by the Airport
Authority for to do so would
relieve selfish inconsiderate per-
sons of the guilt and responsi-
bility. I need help understanding
why someone would block the

driveway, preventing other cars
from leaving or entering and at
a major public venue. I shout
for a Ministry of Common
Sense to be established imme-
diately or some current Min-
istry to embark on a campaign
to draw attention to this ego-
maniacal behaviour. As Ms
Downie says in her article “Our
public (and private) behaviour
should show consideration for
those who inhabit public (or pri-
vate) space with us. Over the
centuries various societies have
developed standards of behav-
iour that make everyday con-
tact between human beings
bearable if not pleasant; they
liberate us from brutishness and
set standards for civilised liv-
ing. Such standards become
even more necessary as our
cities become more densely
populated”. In the absence of
common sense we encourage
road rage and its cousin ‘park
rage’.

This belief that it is okay to
block in-someone’s car in a pub-
lic place is symptomatic of an
uncivilised society. It is not the
ills of integration or migration;
it is the ills of excess without
conscience, learning without
understanding and mimicking
without relating. The police and
the Airport Authority should
have the authority to penalise
such lunacy with fines as well
as several hours of driver edu-
cation.

JUDITH SMITH
Nassau,
_ June 6, 2006.

Call for assistance
for the disabled

EDITOR, The Tribune.

J HAVE been disabled since 1990 but always managed the
two steps up to Parcel Post to collect any packages addressed to

me.

This past January I unfortunately had another fall which .
further disabled me and I can no longer manage those steps

- without assistance. In reference to the steps it would be a great ©

help not only tome but I’m sure to any others who would feel
considerably safer with a railing to hold onto.

Also, as both the National Insurance and Bahamas Electric-
ity have service windows on the premises plus folks going
upstairs to get their mail it has become. very hard to find a
parking spot. May I suggest that you designate at least one
area close to the ramp for_us old and disabled folks. With a prop-
er sign as well as the disabled symbol painted on the tarmac at

least we’d have.a chance.

We still can drive but. the legs just won’t hold us up for very

long any more!

Anxiously awaiting a response.

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The centre is located in the
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and will be open from 10am to
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and from 11am to 3pm on Sat-
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“Through this centre, we pro-
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multi-family residential homes,
as well as other lending, savings
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Mr Seymour was most recent-

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years of banking experience,
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IT is likely that there will be
substantial increases in the cost
of travel documents once new

_ machine readable-passports

and visas become available,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Fred Mitchell announced yes-
terday.

Speaking during the
2006/2007 budget debate, Mr
Mitchell said the tenders board
has met again on the matter
and a final recommendation
should be ready shortly.

The government has been
criticised by opposition leader
Hubert Ingraham for failing to
introduce machine readable
passports. |

However, Mr Mitchell
announced that the US-
imposed deadline for the new
passports has been pushed
back to 2010 and that that con-
siderations for their introduc-
tion are nearly complete.

“The capital estimates an

increase of $1,225,000 (but):

this does not reflect the true

LOCAL NEWS



H FRED Mitchell

cost and there will probably be
some financing arrangement,
but the allocation is there to

provide the basis for the start

up of the process,” he said.
The minister said that the
Department of Immigration is
likely to share the cost in their
budget allocation.
Machine-readable passports
are part of the United States’
Visa Waiver Programme, which
allows foreign nationals from

certain countries to be admitted

to the US under limited condi-
tions and for.a limited time
without obtaining a visa.

The passports have certain
biographical information
entered on a data page in
accordance with standards set
by the International Civil Avi-
ation Organisation (ICAO).

They can be read by scan-
ning two lines of printed data
through special readers.

He explained that at the
moment, the relationship
between the Bahamas and the
United States is excellent —
“despite the fodder of non-
sense that is often spun on this
subject by the fellow travellers
from the other side.

“We are also working to
address the issue of the pre-
clearance in Freeport. We lave
known since last year that
because of a dramatic drop in
the volume of tourists through
the Freeport airport, that there
is a possibility of scaling back of
the pre-clearance in Freeport.

Mr Mitchell said without a
doubt, that there will be some

Investigation into potential
damage of golf course

# By CHESTER ROBARDS

KERZNER International’s
Athol Island golf proposal is
being examined to see if it will
impact the oldest protected
reef system in the world, says a
marine expert.

Mark Spalding, a marine
ecologist and research associ-
ate from the Cambridge

‘ Coastal Research Unit, told

The Tribune this system —
known as “the Sea Gardens” —
has been the focus of a pend-
ing environmental impact
assessment by the Bahamas
Environmental Science and
Technology Commission.
According to Mr Spalding,

the protection of the “Sea Gar-
dens” was enacted in 1892,
from which time it was illegal
to “dredge for or remove by
any means coral, sea fans or
other marine thereupon grow-
ing, lying or being,” in the area,
but the act was rescinded in
1986 in an amendment to the

’ fisheries act.

Kerzner International has
proposed the construction of
a golf course on Athol Island,
which will require expansion
of the island by filling in the
bay on the south of the island
as well as chemical treatment
of the turf when the course is
laid out.

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adverse effect on the sur-
rounding coral, according to
Mr Spalding.

“The sea gardens are still
reported to be in good shape
and popular among glass bot-
tom boat operators and
snorkellers — there would be
something sad about the
world's first protected corals
giving way under pressure .
from anchor dragging and golf
course pollution,” Mr Spald-
ing said.

-“My ministry would not
allow a development to go
through that would compro-
mise the marine life around
Athol island,” said Leslie.

Miller, Minister of Agriculture.

° In brief Mitchell: Likely increase
in travel documents cost

who attempt to twist the matter,
but the Grand Bahama Port
Authority and the government
are working with the US
Embassy to see how the prob-
lem can be addressed.

He said that he has written
to the US Secretary of State on
the matter and has also had
talks with other senior US offi-
cials.

“Mr Mitchell — who on Tues- °

day criticised the local press for
being “perverse” and “twisted”
— said that if media organisa-
tions really want to do some-
thing useful, they ought to
organise ordinary citizens to
write the US Embassy express-
ing their concerns about mat-
ters like pre-clearance and
OPBAT, “instead of seeking to
exacerbate or exaggerate the
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THE homeowners of Old

Fort Point are outraged that a
new neighbor has destroyed 16
Poinciana trees that stood out
for many years as “a vision of
beauty”.

A little over seven weeks ago,
the trees were still the high-
light of this small neighbor-
hood on the western end of

all that remains are short
white stumps that only serve
as a painful reminder of what
used to be.

The Tribune attempted to
find out who the new owner
of the property is. but the

aware of his identity.

Old Fort Point resident
Henry Lee said the trees
were there when he moved in
1985.

Mr Lee expressed his shock

at the destruction of the trees.
“JT don't see how he could have
even thought to take those trees
down. They were beautiful old
trees. It was the whole beauty of
this part of the drive.”

Mr Lee was not on the island
when the trees were cut dowii,
so the unfamiliar white stumps

@ THE stumps of the Poinciana trees

came as a huge, unpleasant sur-
prise to him.

"It looks horrible. It's like he
raped the land. Something
should be done to stop people
from destroying trees like
these,” he said.

@ AS the trees once looked

Pericles Maillis, past-presi-
dent of Bahamas National
Trust, said Poincianas are not
protected trees. He said that
only 11 trees are in the schedule
of the Protected Tree Order
under the Conservation and
Protection of the Physical Land-
scape of the Bahamas Act.

Some of the trees included in
the list are: the West Indian
Mahogany (Madera), the Red

Santander Bank & Trust Ltd.

Cedar, the Lignum. Vitae, and

the Caribbean Pine.

"Hopefully there will come a

time when we can tighten up

and save some more trees," he
said.

Insurance rules also play a big
part in the destruction of trees,
Mr -Maillis said. "Regrettably,
insurance doesn't protect
houses that are damaged by
trees during hurricanes and
that is causing more and more
people to take down the beau-
tiful trees."

Mr Maillis said that after
hearing so much about the.
16 Poinciana Trees, he weit
and took a look at the scene
for himself.

“Not only are they beau-
tiful, these trees are apart of

our culture,” he stressed. “A

strategically planted Poinciana

is a beautiful tree, but a Poin-
ciana running wild on vacant
land is a alien invader — nine
months of the year they are ugly
but we tolerate them for that
flash of glory this time of year.
“We should never destroy

.trees like that,” he said.

The trees are reportedly on
the outside of the owner’s wall.



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im By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

A DEPARTMENT of
Marine Resources official has
claimed that the reduction of
conch in certain areas is pri-
marily due to the overfishing
and not to conch moving into
deeper waters.

On Tuesday, fishermen told
The Tribune that conch is
becoming harder to catch
because conditions under the sea
have worsened, causing them to
relocate to untraditional areas.

One fisherman explained that
some fishermen skin the conch
and throw the shells back into
the water, causing the conch to
move further out, to get away
from hundreds of empty shells.

However, Michael Braynen,
director of the Department of
Marine Resources, yesterday
said there was no scientific evi-
dence that conchs move out of
areas because of the presence
of empty shells.

ishing conch
‘to eae not re

Furthermore, he said, that the
major problem is the depletion
of resources in areas that are
close to population centres.

“The fact that conchs are still
found in deeper waters is
because the deeper waters have
not been traditionally fished as
heavily as the shallow waters.
So what we are seeing is evi-
dence of overfishing in certain
areas,” said Mr Braynen.

One fisherman said that in
the past 10 years, conch popu-
lations have diminished signifi-

cantly.

“Where you could have gone
in the last five years and find
1,500 conchs, now you can bare-
ly find 500.”

Mr Braynen said the reason
fishermen are, not finding
conchs where they used to is
that the marine animals have
not had the opportunity to
repopulate the areas.

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Resources studies are continu-

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Arawak Cay found that the
smallest stalls sold up to 400
fresh conchs per week, and some
of the:larger and more popular

unfortunate thing is we don’t

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national development without
robust trade.

This is why trade matters
because it facilitates the process
that promotes the wellness of
the people of the land. Trade,
domestic or international, mat-
ters because it helps to meet the
needs of the peoples of the
world. Trade matters because
it can promote human develop-
ment. Trade matters because it
can promote the hopes, dreams
and aspirations of the children
‘of our nations. All other inter-
est in trade is secondary.

TRADE AND THE
BAHAMAS

-he Commonweaith of
The Bahamas, inde-

pendent since July 10, 1973, is
both a testament to the rewards
of global trade as well as the
modern challenges of it.

By far, one of the most suc-
cessful small developing coun-
triés in the world, made so by its
embrace of international trade,
many of its people view formal
participation in regional and
international free trade arrange-
ments with some trepidation.
This seeming paradox provides
some lessons for, all developing
countries.

BAHAMAS ECONOMIC
FORTUNES

he Bahamas has a per
capita income of some
$17,000 (US dollars) which is



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the third highest in the Ameri-
cas; third only to the United
States and Canada.

It has an average household
income of about $38,000 (US
dollars). With a population of
about 305,000, according to the
last population census, The
Bahamas welcomes some five
million visitors annually who

’ spend about $1.8 billion in the

country.

Its offshore finance centre,
one of the most mature in the
world, has some $300 billion in
assets under its management.

BAHAMAS SOCIAL
FORTUNES

| its economic achieve-
ments were all the coun-
try’s fortunes, The Bahamas
‘would not be enjoying develop-
ment in its broadest sense.
Indeed, its social fortunes-are
among its highlighted accom-
plishments.

A country with 700 islands, a
most recent poverty study
revealed that some. nine per
cent of the population lies
below its determined poverty
line of $3,000; this is certainly
far from the measure of pover-
ty used by the United Nations
of $1 per day.

The Bahamas has a literacy ©

level of some 98 per cent, large-.
ly because 100 per cent of the
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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 9-



oe ee ee
matters of trade

TRENDS IN GLOBAL AND
REGIONAL TRADE

il the evidence sug

gests that there has
been a definite push toward
trade liberalisation since World
War Two, beginning with the
General Agreement on Uariffs
and Trade (GATT), continuing
with numerous regional tr ade
agreements and perhaps the
penultimate of them all, the cre-
ation of the World Trade
Organisation (WTO).

World trade has expanded
16-fold over the last 50 years
and with it the world’s econo-
my. This trade expansion has
been in both merchandise
export trade, which accounts for
some $10 trillion as well as ser-
vice trade, which accounts for
some $2 trillion.

World trade expansion has
not nearly reached its capacity.
as almost two-thirds of the
world’s population, due to
poverty, remains substantially
out of the loop in terms of dri-
ving consumer demand. China
and India, and to a lesser extent
Latin America, are pointing the
way.

Increased wealth in China
and India has enabled them to
demand more goods and ser-
vices in the world and has been
driving up world exports.
Indeed, their increased demand
for oil has been one of the main
reasons for increasing crude oil
prices, something from which
Nigeria as an oil-rich country
has benefited.

AFRICA’S CHALLENGE

otwithstanding the

gains that many
regions of the world have
enjoyed as world trade expand-
ed over the past half century,
Africa’s status is cause for con-
cem. ;

Many indications are that -

Africa as a region has not been
moving forward with the rest of

the. world, particularly in the

area.ofits human development
index,

Africa’s challenge results
from.a,number of factors

indluding:.economic stagnation, -:
as its level of poverty tasis: to.

abate; social dilemmas, includ-
ing- HIV-AIDS, malnutrition
and now ‘bird: flu concerns: and

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political issues including con-
tinuing factions ilism civil unrest
and political instability.

Nigeria joins other African
nations like Botswana and
South Africa in presenting new
possibilities for Africa. The
political reforms carried out in
Nigeria over the past seven
years have greatly increased the
country’s prospects for acceler-
ated development.

Indeed, these reforms are in.

keeping with some of the poli-
cies we in The Bahamas have
found to be most helpful to our



Trade, domestic
or international,
matters because
it helps to meet
the needs of the
peoples of the
world.

growth and development.
Africa’s potential on the whole
remains great and, quite
frankly, the world needs its
potential to be realised.

THE WAY AHEAD
What the government
must do

{ national development is
to be achieved to max-
unise the wellness of the, people
of this land or any other in so
far as taking advantage of
emerging global and regional
trade opportunities, there are a
number of things that both the
private and public sectors must
do. As iar as the government is
concerned, it must:.
¢ Have an intelligent Nation-
al Development Strategy that
provides: the framework for
regional and international trade
policy pursuits. By intelligent I
mean a Strategy developed on
the basis of sound research and
broad consultation.
« Have clear, focused and
determined education, employ-
sneurial and busi-







Ness
the.
egy. Any nation that does not
ensure that its economic gains
nd to the greater masses of

exte



as as components of
ronal development strat--



its population will short-change
its national development
prospects,

* Let private sector-led eco-
nomic growth anchor the eco-
nomic development strategy
component of the national
development plan.

Underpin the national
development strategy with an
institutionalised comnmutment to
democracy, law and order, good
governance and international
diplomacy.

e Institutionalise private/pub-
lic sector dialogue in order to
ensure grounded, business-sen-
sitive input into international
trade policy.

e Have a clear and continu-
ous public communication cam-
paign that provides reasonable
opportunities for public input
and information sharing on
trade-related issues.

e Actively engage interna-
tional trade taiks and maintain
contact with trade-related agen-
cies such as thé WTO.

e Accede to regional and
international trade agreements
only when tt ts clear that it is a
win/win situation,

THE WAY AHEAD
What the private sector
must do

emain focused on the

Awessential business

strategy of value creation and
competitiveness.

e Have a mindset toward
international presence.

* Maintain intelligence about
the dynamics of host country’s
trade regime.

* Keep open c ommunications
with authorities responsible for
trade matters.

e Push for and promote the
development of a fully func-
tioning private/public sector
forum for dialogue that stresses
good governance, development,
business growth and free enter-
prise.

e Lead an employee aware-
ness campaign*on trade related
matters.

* Seek opportunities to par-
tick




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(Speech delivered by this
writer at the 12th Annual Niger-
ian Economic Summit, Nicon
Hilton, Abuja, Nigeria, on
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ST ANSELM’S Roman
Catholic Church held a mass of
thanksgiving and reception for
FNM candidate hopeful Jacinta
Mackey-Higgs.

Dr Mackey-Higgs was recog-
nised for achieving a doctoral
degree in education, as well as
for her contributions as an edu-
cator and community activist.

She was accompanied at the
service by her husband Dwight
Higgs and two children, Cecelia
and Chris.

During the event, many of Dr
Mackey-Higgs’ achievements



were highlighted.

The organisers noted that she
pursued tertiary studies at the
College of the Bahamas and
obtained an associate of arts
degree in general science and
agriculture, along with a certifi-
cate from the teachers training
programme in 1987.

She was awarded a bachelor’s
degree in language and history
from the University of the West
Indies in 1996 and a masters
degree in curriculum and
instruction in 2001.

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ST Kitts has denied entrance
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before an international whale
meeting was to begin on the .
Caribbean island, a top official
said Tuesday, according to
Associated Press.

National Security Minister
Dwyer Astaphan would not say
why the ship, was barred
entrance to the country but told
Associated Press the decision
was made by the Cabinet. |

John Bowler, head of Green-
peace’s international whale pro-
jects, said, “We are shocked that
St Kitts lias banned the. Arctic
Sunrise and can only assume
that the government of Japan
has convinced authorities to
prevent us from entering to
silence our criticism of whal-
ing.” ;

Japan is trying to rally votes
to repeal or dilute a ban on
commercial whaling at the 70-
nation International Whaling
Commission meeting that
begins here on Friday.

Both Japan and Iceland kill
whales for scientific research —
which critics call a sham — and
sell the carcasses. Norway
ignores the moratorium and
openly conducts commercial
whaling. OS

Greenpeace and other envi-
ronmental groups have accused
developing nations of voting
with Japan in return for money
for fisheries projects. 8

Japan has given six |
Caribbean nations — St Lucia,

. St Vincent, Antigua, Domini-

ca, Grenada and St Kitts —
more than US$100 million.in
fishing aid since 1998. Most. of
them have backed Japan on
whaling. “

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streets and caused minor land-
slides elsewhere in the eastern
Caribbean as a large storm sys-
tem drenched the region,,.
according to Associated Press.

In St Vincent and the
Grenadines, wind gusts of up
to 50 miles per hour ripped the
roofs from at least eight homes,
local officials said.

“We were in the kitchen
when we heard a noise and
when we came around we were
seeing the sky,” said Robert
Nanton, a St Vincent retiree.
“The roof was gone and the rain
was pouring in.”

There were no reports of
injuries from the storm, which
forecasters said was one step
beneath a tropical depression
and stretched across the lesser
Antilles.

The U.S. National Weather.
Service issued flood warnings
and marine advisories for Puer-
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BAHAMIAN academic Dr
Victoria-Allen presented a ple-
nary paper at Taylor University
in Indiana.

Dr Allen, the writing co-ordi-
nator and lecturer in the School
of English Studies at the Col-
lege of the Bahamas, spoke on
“CS,.Lewis and Frederick
Buechner: literary expressions
of faith” on Friday, June 2 — the
first ful] day of the Taylor col-
loquium, “CS Lewis and
Friends.”

The Disney movie version of
The Lion, the Witch and the
Wardrohe generated unprece-
dented interest in the writings of
CS Lewis, now recognised as
one,of the foremost literary
Christian figures of the twenti-
eth century.

Taylor University in Indiana,
where oyer 45 Bahamians have
attained, their undergraduate
education, holds a number of
first editions of Lewis’ books
such as Surprised by Joy, Mere
Christianity and The Screwtape
Letters.

Every two years, scholars
gather.at Taylor. from around
the world for the Frances White
Ewbank Colloquium on CS
Lewis and Friends.

Dr, Allen received a masters








B DR Victoria Allen

degree in English from George-
town University and a PhD
from the Catholic University of
America in Washington, DC
where she focused on religion
and literature.

Her dissertation examined
the writings of Frederick Buech-
ner, an American author who,
like Lewis, writes novels, apolo-

getics and memoirs underscor~

Thomas Albert Sands,
— O.B.E., J.P.

Born: September 24h, 1941 « Died: June 17, 2005

ing the relevance of faith in con-
temporary life.

Dr Allen, who became inter-
ested in Buechner’s work in the
early 1980s, has written a book
of her own entitled Listening to
Life: Psychology and Spiritual-
ity in the Writings of Frederick
Buechner and gives seminars
on his writings each summer at
the Chautauqua Institution in
New York.

She said: “When I was invited
to speak at this colloquium, I
jumped at the chance. Not only
was it an honour to be asked to
be a plenary speaker for this
gathering of scholars with simi-
lar interests, but it was an
opportunity to share my
research in Buechner, whose
writings many of those attend-
ing will have read.”

Dr Allen is one of a growing
number of COB lecturers who
have presented papers at con-
ferences in the Caribbean
region and in the United States
during this academic year,
demonstrating clearly that the
area of research, one of the
three fundamental pillars of
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room. I am I, and you are you. Whatever we were'to each
other, that we still are. | |

Call me by my old familiar name, speak to me in the
easy way which you always used. Wear no forced air of
solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the
little jokes we enjoyed together.

Play, smile, think of me, pray for me.

Let my name be ever the household word that it always
was. Let it be spoken without effect, without a ghost of
shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the
same as it ever was, There is absolutely unbroken continuity.

What is death but a neglible accident? Why should I be
out of mind because I am out of sight? J am waiting for
you-for an eternal somewhere very near, just around the
comer. All is well. (By Cannon Scott Holland)





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THE confirmed outbreak of
malaria in Exuma has raised.
concern through out the

Bahamas.
The Tribune took to the

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It was the ministry’s first

o STEVIA (3 TIMES SWEETER THAN SUGAR) Sabhe update ‘since. ths
announcement on Thursday of
last week that a single case had
been discovered.

Many of the persons who
spoke to The Tribune said they
the government should have
released more information
over the weekend so that the
public could be aware of every
detail of the developing situa-
tion.

“Malaria is serious, the pub-
lic has a right to know if there
are more reported cases,” said
Coralee King. “The govern-
ment needs to keep the people
informed,” she said.

that public information is.
“what democracy is all about.”

“The Ministry of Heath
needs to keep informing the
Bahamian people about what is
happening in Exuma,” he said.

Catherine Lowe said: “This
is a serious matter that could
cause a lot of panic if not han-
dled properly."

One interviewee comment-
ed that tourists may stop com-
ing to the Bahamas if the mat-
ter is not resolved.

Nyoka Miller said: “The
Ministry of Health needs to
come up with some sort of
strategy to combat this. Proper
screening needs to be done. If

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the cases are real the govern-
ment'needs to look into it

quickly."

The ministry has dispatched
an expert team to Exuma and
has asked anyone experiencing
any of the symptoms of malar-
ia to report to the nearest
healthcare provider.

Health officials have
said that such cases are
usually imported into the
Bahamas.

“Visitors from countries with
diseases like this need to be
checked before they come into
the Bahamas,” pointed out one
commentator.

“We have to review our
healthcare systems,” he added.



blic reactions on
malaria outbreak



Hi CATHERINE Lowe said: :
“The public has a right to be ;
informed.”

HEE Ne

@ NYOKA Miller said: “If the
cases are real, the government.
needs to look into it quickly.”

t



i CORALEE King said:
“Malaria is serious, the public
has a right to know if there are
reported cases.”

FROM page one

include extreme exhaustion, high
fever, sweating, shaking chills, and
anemia. More than one million
people die from the disease annu-
ally.

Mr Moss said the ministry was
probably slow in fogging commu-
nities because there are not many
mosquitoes in Exuma to date.

“J must say that during the
Labour Day and Whit Monday
holidays — yes, there was rain, but
I was not bitten by any mosqui-
toes. Now maybe I was not there
at the right time, but I’can tell you
I was not there during the night
activity. But during the course of
the day I was in Barratarre.

“There was also a homecoming
at Ramsey, and I can tell you there
were mosquitoes there on Thurs-
day night. But when I went to Bar-
ratarre I did not experience any
mosquitoes on Thursday or Fri-
day,” he said.

Asked if he were concerned
about contracting the disease him-
self, Mr Moss said: “Oh yes, Iam
very concerned. I am not only con-
cerned about myself. I represent
the people of Exuma so my con-
cern is for the entire Exumas,” he

Hi LEO Major said: “Proper ~*~
screening of persons for these’:

diseases need to be carried
out.” ee

‘No fogging’
in Exuma

said.

Mr Moss said that health
experts had been dispatched to
Exuma to treat the ponds, and that
although fogging had not taken
place, he is hopeful that it will
begin.

“I believe that we are dealing
with it in a very professional way.
‘The fogging, I believe, will come. I
believe that at this time it is safe
enough to say that although it was
not done earlier it will happen.
But I believe that we have dealt
with it in a very timely fashion.”

Earlier in the week, environ-
ment officials said fogging could
have taken place without residents
being aware of it.

However, one woman seemed
insulted by the suggestion that they
could have “missed” the trucks.

“Sir, they are not spraying! Not
at all. We don’t know what the
minister is talking about but there
is no spraying happening down
here. Ain’t nobody missing them.”

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Summer promotions get
boost at Caribbean Week

NEW YORK - The Ministry of
Tourism has moved to boost summer
travel to the Bahamas as Caribbean
Week continues through June 16.

The week’s Caribbean Fair brought
natives of Caribbean countries out to
promote their tourism product to
prospective travellers.

The fair gave the Bahamas tourism
sales team the opportunity to showcase
sample.travel packages and prices.

Specifically, travel packages available
from: Bahamas travel partners were
highlighted. The offerings included spe-





FROM page one

ing member and executive of
the CDR,” Mr Neymour said
that atno time was Mr Thomp-
son an-executive member of
that organization. At the invi-
tation‘of former CDR chief and
now PLP Minister of Health,
Dr-Bernard Nottage, Mr Ney-
mour said that Mr Thompson
attended party meetings and
was asked to head a committee
on: political action. Subse-
quently, he said, Mr Maynard
continued to honour the.
extended privilege of having Mr:
Thompson attend party meet-
" ings..c.*

Mr Neymour said that “all
founding members are listed in ty.
the party constitution, and Mr
Thompson’s name is nowhere
to be found.”

In tHe interview conducted
with Mr Thompson, he accused
Mr Maynard and Mr Thomp-
son of misleading the public ..

; FROM page one

was rescheduled to September 18.

_ Tito’s lawyers are expected to appeal his death sentence and the

conviction upon which it was based.

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The Tribune wants to
hear from people
who are making news
in their
neighbourhoods.
Perhaps 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.







Neymour responds
- to criticism by
‘ayne Thompson

about a FNM/CDR merger.

“Mr Maynard nor Mr Ney-
mour had any power or man-
date to do that,” said Mr
Thompson. According to the
article, Mr Thompson claimed
that the CDR as a:party did not
merge with the FNM and pub-
licly challenged the men to pro-
duce documentation to prove
that the party did in fact merge.
He also called for them to apol-
ogise, to CDR members and the
country. i

However, after the 2002 elec-
tion, Mr Neymour said, those
who were members of the CDR
had to face some political real-
ities, as Dr Nottage did when
he returned to his original par-

‘Mr Neymour said that he
would not allow Mr Thompson
to distract him from his political

‘goal, which is to improve the
lifestyle of Bahamians and allow
them to be able to contribute
to the economy of the region.

New date to appeal death
sentence for Maxo Tito

‘On March 20, a jury of 11 women and one man unanimously
found Tito guilty of the murder of then 16-year-old Donnell
Conover, who at the time was a student of L W Young. Conover
reportedly died as.a result of a crushed skull and lacerations to the
brain. Her partially clothed body, which reportedly also had burns
on it, was found in a quarry pit off. Cowpen Road.

Tito'was sentenced to death in April by Justice Anita Allen, who
after recounting the heinous nature and circumstances surrounding
Conover’s death, ruled that the death penalty was appropriate.

It was the first time since the Privy Council had ruled against the
Bahamas’ mandatory death penalty, leaving sentencing to the dis-
cretion of the trial judge, that a Bahamian judge had exercised her
discrétion to hand down the death sentence on a convicted mur-
derer,-Tito was represented by lawyers Wayne Munroe, Roger
Gomez and Shaka Serville at his Supreme court trial.

cial pitches for travel to the Junkanoo
Summer Festival.

“As far as the tour and travel pack-
ages go, we have a Junkanoo Festival

package that Go Go Worldwide Vaca-

tions has offered, and Carlson Travel,”
said Valerie Brown-Alce, director of
tour and travel with Ministry of
Tourism.

“Any consumer booking with Carlson
Travel, could book a Junkanoo Sum-
mer Festival package. And that really
allows people to go for three nights,
four nights, however long. But the

important part is we are getting the
information there and we are really
boosting business for the summer sea-
son.” a

The Colors junkanoo group made
special appéarances in New York to
help ‘promote the Bahamas and
Junkanoo Summer Festival. ,

The group was a part of Tuesday’s
Early Show on CBS, which gave special
attention to Caribbean Week.

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to alleged $43m fraud

Bahamian

businessman, a

couple who

ran a

Bahamas-
based financial services com-
pany and Mohammed Hara-
jchi’s now-defunct Suisse Secu-
rity Bank & Trust have all
become linked to a US regula-
tory investigation into an
alleged $43 million commodi-
ties fraud.

Neither Hubert Pinder nor
Suisse Security Bank & Trust,
which is in the process of being
wound-up after losing all three
attempts to overturn its licence
revocation, have been charged
or accused of any wrongdoing
in the legal action brought by
the Commodities and Futures
Trading Commission (CFTC)
against trader Coyt Murray.

However, one half of hus-
band-and-wife duo, Howell

Way Woltz, managing direc-
tor of Bahamas-based Sterling
ACS, and his wife, Vernice
Chaitan Woltz, has been
charged by the US Attorney’s
Office for the Western District
of North Carolina in relation to
the affair.

That indictment alleged that
the Woltzes caused their Ster-
ling Group of Companies to
file claims with the US Com-
modities and Futures Trading
Commission (CFTC) in a bid
to recover funds they invested
with Murray’s Tech Traders
firm.

The pair were subsequently
subpoenaed by the CFTC to

' establish whether they had a

claim, and the US Attorney’s

Office is alleging that Mrs

Woltz, a certified public
accountant, evaded service of
the subpoena. In addition, she
allegedly concealed and

70% of overseas
calls bypass BTC

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



UP to 70 per cent of inter-
national long-distance calls
from the Bahamas could be
bypassing the Bahamas
Telecommunications Compa-
ny’s (BTC) network via Voice
over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
and callback, as a report from

the Inter-American Develop- —

ment Bank (IDB) urges the
Government to embrace new
telecoms technology rather
than fight it.

The IDB report by consul-
tant Peter Stern said that up
to 30-40 per cent of business

subscribers were using VoIP ~

and callback ‘for their phone
calls because BTC’s services
were much more expensive.
The report acknowledged
that the Government was
caught in a dilemma in its poli-
cies towards the telecoms sec-
tor, wanting on one hand to
‘restrain both legal and illegal
“competition to preserve BTC’s
value for privatisation, and on
the other seeking to deregu-
late and liberalise the market
to benefit the wider Bahamian

Government

urged to embrace,
not restrain, new
telecoms technology

economy.

Mr Stern’s report pointed
out that telecommunications
costs were often the “highest
or second highest cost item”
in their budgets

It implied that the Ministry
of Tourism’s plans to attract
convention business to the
Bahamas, taking advantage of
the new Convention Tax ben-
efit from the US, could be hit
because conference organisers
would be put off by the rela-
tively high international calls
costs and lack of choice on cel-
lular roaming.

In addition, Mr Stern’s
report advocated that the
advantages of liberalising the
Bahamian telecoms sector now
and embracing new technology

SEE page 9B

US ‘uninterested’
in Bahamas deal

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE United States is unlike-
_ly to negotiate a bilateral free
_ trade agreement (FTA) with

‘the Bahamas because this
nation’s 300,000-strong popula-
‘tion is too small a consumer
‘market to interest it, the minis-

ter of foreign affairs said yes-

‘terday,

Fred Mitchell, who has taken
over responsibility for all inter-
national trade agreements
impacting the Bahamas, told the
House of Assembly that among

_ the greatest challenges facing
this nation was: “How the
Bahamas will integrate itself
into the world economy.”

The minister used part of his
Budget Communication to
directly rebut the suggestions
made in The Tribune earlier this
week by Brian Moree, senior
partner at McKinney, Bancroft
& Hughes, who urged this
nation to sign an FTA with the
US and also negotiate to join
the Free Trade Area of the

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ject was revived.

Mr Moree said the Bahamas’
economic future,
not”, lay with its major trading
partner, the US, rather than
with the Caribbean Single Mar-
ket & Economy (CSME).

But Mr Mitchell said yester-
day that discussions he and oth-
er CARICOM trade ministers
had held with the US Trade
Representative and his coun-
terpart from the European
Union (EU) had indicated that
neither would be interested in a

bilateral free trade agreement’

with the Bahamas.

Mr Mitchell said: “It is clear,
in terms of international trade
agreements, there is little like-
lihood of a bilateral trade agree-
ment with a market of 300,000
people.”

He reiterated Prime Minister
Perry Christie’s position that
under the current administra-
tion, the Bahamas would not

SEE page 7B

“like it or -

refused to produce documents,
and both she and her husband
are accused of perjuring them-
selves when statements. were
eventually. given to the CFTC.

The Woltzes used to oper-
ate their Sterling ACS financial
services business from the
British American Building in

downtown Nassau, and have a ©

home address of 42 Sea View
Estates, Delaporte. They are

"currently being held by the US

authorities.

Documents filed with the US
courts by Stephen Bobo, the
receiver for Tech Traders and
other entities allegedly used by
Murray, revealed that the Ster-
ling Group had invested $15.9
million with the scheme.

Murray was accused of using

Tech Traders to operate a
‘Ponzi’ fraud, using funds
invested by new investors into
the scheme to repay earlier

investors the returns and prin-

cipal he had promised. ;
The receiver said there was
“no evidence of profitable eco-. -

nomic activity undertaken by
Tech Traders”. He had denied
the Sterling Group’s claims to

recover funds they invested *

with Murray from the assets

he had been able to recover.
Murray’s links with the

Bahamas, and to Mr Pinder

and Suisse Security, began,
when he incorporated an enti-

ty called Magnum Investments,
which started trading futures
contracts in 1998.

US court documents showed
Magnum received $4.5 million
from outside investors starting
in April 1999, but in Septem-

ber that year, the e contpaly was’

sold.

The receiver’s report said:
“In about September 1999,
Magnum sold its operations,

trading systems and equipment.

for $1 million plus a five-year
licensing arrangements to a
Bahamian businessman named
Hubert Pinder, who controlled

. Magnum’s initial investor.

“The $1 million purchase
price was to be credited against
the funds that Pinder’s com-
pany had already invested with
Magnum.” i

Mr Pinder allegedly estab-
lished a trading operation in
Nassau with Magnum’s sys-
tems and equipment, creating
an account with commodities
broker Refco.in the name of

‘Magnum Capital Investments
~ (MCI) through which to trade.

The receiver said Magnum

was required to take respon-"

sibility for MCI’s margin calls
and losses.

SEE page 9B

Symonette leads $12.2m

Tribune Business Editor

THE Symonette Group, the holding compa-
ny for investments made by Craig Symonette,
chairman of Abaco Markets and Bahamas Fer-
ries, is heading a private investor group that
has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Deveon’s
construction division for $12.2 million, it was

revealed yesterday.

Devcon, which is listed on the US-based Na&
daq stock market, said the deal was still subject _
to the negotiation and execution of a definitive

sales agreement,

ation, as it has ample resources and a seasoned.,:

buyout of Devcon division

‘i By NEIL HARTNELL

management team who have a successful track

nesses.

record in operating construction-relatéd busi- .

“This combination means our customers and
employees are being placed in good hands and
will be well-served in the years ahead."

Jon Chellgren, president of the investor group
acquiring the construction division, said: “We

look forward to returning Devcon to its roots as

.an island-based marine and heavy construction
builder. The island-based investment group is.
well-positioned to take advantage of the many

opportunities that exist.”

Stephen J. Ruzika, Devcon’s president and

chief executive, said in a.statement:
Symonette Group is a fine buyer for this oper-



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@ By DENISE
-MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport. -

Reporter

FREEPORT — Nassau
businessman James Sands
yesterday announced plans
to build a $15 million brew-
ery in Freeport over the
next two years, and intro-
duce anew beer brand to
the Bahamas.

Mr Sands made .the
announcement on Wednes-
day. with his attorney, Fred
Smith, and top executives
of the Grand Bahama Port
Authority, chairman
Hannes Babak and chief
executive Sir Albert Miller.

Continuing in the foot-
steps of his father, Everette
Sands, who was in business.
in Grand Bahama ‘for
decades. through Butler &
Sands, Mr Sands nope con-







before Christmas.

A 20-acre site has been
allocated close to the har-
bour to enable the company
to take advantage of the
container port, and

-Freeport’s Maritime Cen-

tre.
Mr Sands said his compa-

ny, The Bahamian Brewery

and Beverage Company; is
expected to.be officially
commissioned in June 2007.
The firm is expected to,ini-

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Sa an
‘Bank’ on many

factors during
credit ratings |

IN the previous article, we
looked at the methodology for
assessing the credit quality of
manufacturing companies. In
today’s article, we shall discuss

‘the rating methodology in

assigning ratings for banks, and
other financial institutions.
The framework for analysing
banking and financial institu-
tions involves a qualitative cum
quantitative approach that fol-
lows a structured methodology
called the ‘CRAMEL’ model.
Based on these criteria, the rel-
ative strengths and weaknesses
of each entity in comparison to

its peer group are evaluated.
The CRAMEL model compris-
es the following:

* Capital Adequacy

* Resource raising ability

* Asset Quality

* Management and systems
evaluation

* Farnings potential

* Liquidity/Asset Liability
management —

No one factor has overriding
importance, or is considered in
isolation, and all the above fac-
tors are viewed in conjunction
while assigning the rating. The

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largely to protect:a bank from
unexpected shocks or losses,
which could arise from business
actions or environmental fac-
tors.

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inherent part of the lending
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business depend on the future
behaviour of borrowers. Higher
levels of capital provide greater
protection against risk in the
existing asset. book, and deter-
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rated entity.

Various factors assessed here
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ital, reported and adjusted cap-
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capital (proportion of equity
and preference capital/subordi-
nated debt), additional capital
requirements in relation to
growth plans, and any hidden
reserves such as unbooked
appreciation in investments. .

Resource raising ability
Access to stable and low-cost

resources (deposits, borrowings)

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impacts the availability of mon-
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By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter

DOCTORS Hospital Health
Systems (DHHS) yesterday
reported earnings per share of
$0.08 for the 2007 first quarter,

compared to $0.21 last year, as
net income fell 60 per cent to
$841,000 from $2.1 million.

Reported

In addition, Doctor’s report-
ed that total revenue from con-
tinuing operations was $8.7
million for the three months
to April 30, 2006, compared to
the $9 million gained last year.

“The hospital continues to
record strong revenue perfor-
mance in most clinical depart-
ments because the overall
activity continued to grow,”

DHHS said in a statement yes-
terday.

The company said the
$264,000 or 2.9 per cent
decrease in revenues over the
prior year could be attributed
primarily to a change in the
mix of patient days from criti-
cal care.

However, despite the fall,
DHHS reported that intensive
care unit patient days for the
2007 first quarter were still
higher than those realised for
any other first quarter.

In addition, DHHS admit-
ted 6.5 per cent more patients
than the previous year, with
increases in outpatient activi-
ty, especially ambulatory ser-
vices and most iapaleHts
areas.

There was one exception to
the increase, a reduction in

patient days in the intensive
care unit, which. the hospital
said was due to the Cardiac
Catheterization Laboratory
being upgraded to more mod-
ern technology.

There was a controlled
increase in salary and benefits
by 10.3 per cent compared to
2005, which DHHS said was
caused by a variety of factors,
including separation packages,
overtime costs tied to the
implementation of software in
March, as well as merit increas-
es and competitive adjust-
ments.

Financial

Darron Cash, DHHS chief
financial officer, said: “The
higher costs were due in part to
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days from 74 days as at year- -

end January 31, 2006.

The increase represented the
expected peak level of AR
increases, as a result of the shift
to the new healthcare infor-
mation system.

Mr Cash said that given the
magnitude of changes the hos-
pital made, they anticipated
there would be some issues,
and he said associates have
done an impressive job in tack-
ling challenges caused by the
change.



Tourism monitors malaria outbreak

“We are acutely aware of
the ever present concern about
recievables, and we are delight-
ed that we have been able to
successfully generate the cash
flows to fund capital invest-
ments,” Mr, Cash said.

Increase

The temporary increase in
AR enabled the hospital to
audit every bill for accuracy.
Despite the strong perfor-
mance, a delay in the billing
process did have a weakening
effect on the hospital’s cash
position, although cash collec-
tions continued to be robust -
109 per cent of the comparable
period of last year.

In addition, DHHS contin-
ued its capital reinvestment
programe, spending $1.2 mil-







BOM HOES

lion on capital assets compared
to the $0.5 million spent, dast:
year.

These investments included

the Meditech health informa- -

tion system implementation, -
improvements to the facil
and the addition of the:com

puted radiography system to ~

the Imaging department.
Barry Rassin, DHHS chief -
executive, said that while crit-
ical care activity was not up to
last year’s standards, it still
exceeded all other previous
years, and the hospital’s other
departments are busier hen
last year.
“This indicates that our

overall growth continues, » he :

said.

The company’s ania
shareholders meeting is ee
uled for June 21.



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BAHAMIAN hoteliers are hoping
the dozen casés of malaria reported on
Exuma are an isolated incident that will

not negatively impact tourism in this .

nation. _
Executive

Yesterday, Frank Comito, the execu-
tive vice-president of the Bahamas Hotel
Association, said the organisation
believes the situation is contained in one
area, and feels it will not become a prob-
lem for the industry.

He added that the BHA is hoping cool

heads will prevail and eliminate any neg-

Bahamas before the situation is resolved.

Mr Comito added that the BHA
believes the Government is taking the
appropriate steps to deal with the prob-

lem, and said he hopes it is resolved

quickly.

The Ministry of Tourism is also mon-
itoring the situation.

Speaking on behalf of Tourism direc-
tor-general Vernice Walkine, who is
attending a tourism conference in New
York, Edwin Lightbourn said the min-
istry’s public relations arm in the US
was monitoring the situation closely to
deal with any negative publicity or con-
cerns which may occur.

Last week, the Ministry of Health
announced the first suspected case of
malaria, and since then has confirmed

that 12 persons have. been infected with,

the disease, which is transmitted via mos-
quito to human.

The Tribune contacted several hotels
on Exuma, which said their guests did
not appear to be too disturbed by the
malaria outbreak.

Spokesperson

Said one Peace and Plenty Inn
spokesperson: “People are here going
swimming and going about their busi-
ness, and the hotel is full. No one has
expressed anything to us.”

The Tribune was unable to contact
the manager of the island’s premier
resort Four Seasons at Emerald Bay.
However, persons on the island said that
since the cases were reported, the hotel
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Bank of Bahamas
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Bahamas Waste
Fidelity Bank
Cable Bahamas
Colina Holdings
Commonwealth Bank
Consolidated Water BDRs
Doctor's Hospital
Famguard
Finco
FirstCaribbean
Focol 5
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ICD Utilities
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WINDSOR REALTY
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(In Liquidation)

NOTICE is hereby given that the Creditors of the
above-named Company are required, on or before
the 17th day of July, 2006 to send their names and
addresses, with particulars of their debts or claims,
and the names and addresses of their Attorneys (if
any), to the undersigned, Mrs Maria Férére at One »
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AltiGen said its products
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INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, Vallon Teno Thompson also
known as Vallon Tino Thompson also known as Vallene Teno
Cartwright also known as Vallone Tino Cartwright also known
as Vallene Teno Cartwright-Thompson of the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence intend to change my name to Vallon
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thirty (80) days after the date of publication of this notice.

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NOTICE is hereby given that DELBERT R. ATKINS OF P.O.
BOX EE-15587, QWIHWARD ROAD, IMPERIAL PARK,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as acitizen 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 8TH day of JUNE,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 5B, ‘

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

MUST SELL eae
Wye Sue ol aS |

DUNDAS TOWN CROWN ALLOTMENT, DUNDAS TOWN ABACO
All that parcel of land having an area of 14,400 sq. ft. being a portion of the Dundas Town Crown allotment this land is rectangular in shape with
dimensions of 80 ft by 180. Located on the above mentioned lot is a concrete block structure with dimensions of 27 x40. This house is an approximate
30 year old single family, residence comprising of 3-bedrooms, 1- bathroom, living/dining area and kitchen. This house is in fairly good condition for its
age with a projected future life of about 25 to 30 more years. The land rises above road level, to a height in excess: of approximately 15ft above sea
| level, with no likelihood of flooding in an hurricane. The grounds are poi landscaped. es

Appraisal: $90,000.00

_| This house is located in Dundas Town Abaco which is adjacent to Marsh Harbour and is painted white trimmed teal green.







LoT NO epee SIR LYNDEN PINDLING ESTATES a

Nassau

All that lot of land having an area of 5,000 sq. ft. being lot No. 2525/6 in the subdivision known and designated as Sir Lynden Pindling Estates off. ;

Charles Saunders Highway, situated in the Southeastern District of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of a 2 year old single family i

residence consisting of approximately 1,220 sq. ft of enclosed living space with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, living/dining room, utility and kitchen. The i

| residence is equipped with burglar bars and two walled air conditioning units. The land is on a grade and level and appear to be sufficiently elevated to, , i

disallow the possibility of flooding Guring annual peeny rainy periods. i
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Traveling south through, Nassau Village main entrance, come to T-junction and turn right, then 4th corner left, 1st right, then first left again drive all the, ne E
| way across the T-junction. The subject property is the 6th property left painted peach trimmed peach just opposite the back entrance of the Sadie” ae ne t
Curtis Primary School. é qa)

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Lot No 76. Flamingo Gardens Subdivision }
Nassau bop
‘All that lot of land having an area of approximately 8,972 sq. ft. being lot No. 76 of the subdivision known and designated as flamingo Gardens, the?) "fF :
said subdivision situated in the Western District of New Providence the Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a structure comprising of an i
approximately 13 yr old one storey single family residence consisting of approximately 929 sq. ft. of enclosed living space, with 3-bedrooms withiec@ 4), |
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closets, 2-bathrooms, dining room, kitchen, enclosed porch and enclosed foyer. There is also a foundation in place for two 1-bedroom, 1 bath guest, 15 7M +}:
cottages, consisting of approximately 735 sq. ft. the land is on a grade and level, however the site appears to: be sufficiently elevated to disallow the: 7"),
possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year.



a Appraisal: $122,593.70
Travel west on Carmichael Road to Flamingo Gardens (corner left after Carmichael Road Police Station) Turn thru corner then take second left onto Guyana Avenue. Drive all the way to the dead ~ .#
end the subject house is paee all White with few cars in the yard i

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_ LOT 29 GOVERNMENT SUBDIVISION

Marsh Harbour, Abaco safe by
1 Alll that lot of land having an area of 15,950 sq. ft. being lot No. 29 of the subdivision known and designated as the Government Subdivision, the said...
’ subdivision situated in the southern side of the town of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a block structure 32x34,”
plus an addition of wood partially completed being 29x5 the house is an approximate 25 yrs old single family residence comprising of two bedrooms,
one bathroom, living and dining rooms, and kitchen. The house is structurally sound with the exception of the woodwork. The land rises above road
level, to a height of approximately 15 ft and is 30 plus ft above sea level. —









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Appraisal: $130,000.00 —

This property is located in the Government Subdivision in Marsh Harbour, Abaco and is painted blue trimmed white.

(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue) | ‘ ‘ :
ELEUTHERA
Alll that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 42, comprising of about'11,570 sq.
| ft., this site encompasses a 25 year old single story home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one incomplete), ‘front room, dining, kitchen and
basement area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66 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.

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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 rein the main Eleuthera. ool
Highway i in the settlement of Lower Bogue. a ane



(Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue) | A
ELEUTHERA : cone

4 All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62, 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 f
laundry room, with a total living area of approximately 2,342.06. Property also includes a double car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of ...
approninatclyt 655.75. 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 5



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_CYCLOPS GARDEN

(Nassau
| All that lot of land numbering as “H” being one of several lots in Cyclops ey located off the northern side of 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. 2
consisting of 2 bedrooms all wth wall airconditioning units, 1 bathroom, living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new. wate
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_ Appraisal: $015, 000.00 wont hifi
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 sas
trimmed brown.

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_ 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 ae
Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised an incomplete two storey single family structure consisting of approximately ee
9,255.92 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living room, dining, kitchen and tv room. ref bs
4 5; VST
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Appraisal: $132,968.00 aes

VACANT PROPERTIES

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 ~ "Rs | esi
is 2,511 sq. ft. Lot #20 situated 1.5 miles east wardly of the Bluff Settlement. The said lot is vacant and a hill over looking the Atlantic Ocean. Appraisal: $41,275. ce m4. Ae
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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 GF a
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: $30,000.00



For conditions of sale and other information contact
Philip White @ 502-3077 email philip.white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 email harry.collie@scotiabank.com











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Legal Notice

NOTICE

APPLE HOLDINGS CORP.
In Voluntary Liquidation

@ SHOWN (from left to
right): Leonard Embanks,
vice-chairman Fidelity Cay-
man; Bret Hill, president
Fidelity Bank (Cayman) Ltd;
Morgan DeCosta, president
Cayman Islands Chamber of
Commerce; Michael Ander-
son, chief financial officer,
Fidelity Group; Tom Gam-
mage, vice-president Fidelity,
Cayman; Anwer J. Sunderji,
chairman Fidelity Group.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4) of

the International Business Companies Act. No. 45 of 2000, APPLE
HOLDINGS CORP,, is in dissolution, as of June 13th, 2006.

International Liquidator Services Limited situated at 35A Regent
Street, P.O. Box 1777, Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

ATTENTION:

LEGAL COMMONERS OF ROCK SOUND,
ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS

All entitled Commoners of Rock Sound, Eleuthera are asked to register (incuding persons previously
registered) on or before July 31, 2006.

Registration requirements:
1. Completed registration form
2. Birth Certificate
3. Photo Identification e.g. Pacis or Voter’s Card
4. Registration Fee
All commoners wishing to apply for land must be registered.

For further information you may contact telephone numbers 1(242) 334-2310, (242) 334-2158 or 1(242)
334-2144.

Please be advised that all registered Commoners who are desirous of clearing land to use for farming,
constructing residences, apartments, or roads and seeking to own beaches MUST obtain a certificate with
a seal.

You are reminded that each Commoner is entitled to ONE lot (100’ x 150’).

Signed: Officers, Rock Sound Commoners’ Association, Eleuthera.



The Single and Three Phase

will be held at

The College of The Bahamas,
West Settler’s Way, Freeport, Grand Bahama
on Saturday, July 1 at 9 a.m.

The Examination Fee of $175.00 ust be paid
by Monday, June 26.__,

Interested persons are asked to call CEES at
: 352-9761 for additional information.

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Credit Suisse Wealth Management Limited

is presently considering applications for an

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Deep Knowledge and working experience with Microsoft products (including access, excel, etc.)
Must have working knowledge of GLOBUS application
Must be familiar with EUROCLEAR procedures and have deep knowledge of EUCLID application.

Significant experience in an extremely active and dynamic operational environment

Comprehensive knowledge of operational and information technology principles, practices and processes
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Strong problem solving and decision-making skills

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Fax: 302-6398

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS JUNE 16, 2006



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s

Legal Notice

NOTICE

-REMAKLUS PROPERTY S.A.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section. 137 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act. No. 45 of 2000,
REMAKLUS PROPERTY 8. A. ., 1s in dissolution, as of June
12th, ane: “ore

Tatemational Liquidator Services Limited situated at 35A Regent
Street, P.O. Box 1777, Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

n LALSBURY

CHAMBERS:

Counsel and Attorneys-at-Law Notaries Public

WILL BE CLOSED
On Friday, 16th June, 2006
due to the observance of the firms
Annual “Fun Day”
The office will re-open on
Monday, 19th June 2006

We regret any inconvenience caused



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THE Fidelity, Group Ras
opened its second retail finan-
cial centre inthe Cayman
Islands, the group’s 11th overall,
with most of its existing centres
based in the Bahamas. ..;

At the celebratory VIP Cock-
tail Reception in.Grand, Cay-

man, Morgan DaCosta, presi-

dent of the Cayman Islands
Chamber of Commerce, praised
Fidelity for meeting.customér

.demands with more locations,

an increased product line and
extended opening hours...

. Mr DaCosta said: “In the past
few months I have noticed an
interesting phenomenon. Retail
banks becoming more .retail orj-
ented. They are opening longer
hours, on the weekend and, like
Fidelity i in new locations.

“T congratulate Fidelity for
recognising customer needs and
tailoring their businesses to
accommodate the changing face
of the Cayman market place.
They are not necessarily the ©
biggest bank, but-are doing.a
terrific job in trying to be the
best. sri

These changes etiees ‘the
measurable results every busi-
ness should be striving to
achieve. With this new branch,
Fidelity customers will have the
added benefit of convenience; a
precious commodity in this fast-
paced environment.” :

Fidelity Marquee, named for
its location in the Marquee

Plaza, is well placed in a busy,

mixed business and. residential
district of Grand Cayman. 3

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CLIFTON HERITAGE AUTHORITY
~ LOGO COMPETITION

The Clifton Heritage Authority announces a. pompenton to create an official logo for the

Authority.

The competition is open to artists 18 years and older.

A maximum of two entries may be submitted in full color. Images should be at ©

least 8.5x11 and no larger than 11x17.

The logo should depict the historical and environmental significance of ne

Peps ChpPE Heritage Park, located at Clifton.

Each entry should be accompanied by a short paragr 53h é descr ibing the entry.”

Entries must received by 4:00 p.m.,

Winners will be awarded prizes as follows:
1 place~ $1,500
° 2™ place- $1,000

° 3" place- $750

June 22", 2006.

Entry forms may be collected from the Authority’s office located at the Collins House ,
Complex, Shirley Street and Collins Avenue with the entrance on Collins Avenue.

The contest judges reserve the right to award no prizes at all.

TEL: (242) 325-1505
FAX: (242) 326-2568
P.O.BOX EE-15082
NASSAU, BAHAMAS





THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 7B



US ‘uninterested’
in Bahamas deal

- FROM page 1B

sign on to any of the CSME,
World Trade Organisation
(WTO) or FTAA without the
“fullest consultation” with the
Bahamian people.

Mr Mitchell also said the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs was
moving to create a Department
of International Trade within
its walls.

He added: “The Chamber of
Commerce has a constructive
attitude to these international
trade agreements, knowing the
Bahamas cannot hide itself
from the world.”

Yet while Mr. Mitchell
described the Bahamas’
approach to international trade
agreements as one of its greatest
challenges, many in the private
sector are likely to have been
left wondering just how serious
the Government is about tack-
ling the issue given its Budget
spending allocations.

For fiscal 2006-2007, the Min-
istry of Foreign Affairs has been
allocated just $50,000 for FTAA
and WTO developments. And
the Bahamas Trade Commis-
sion, which in 2003 recom-
mended that the Bahamas
“defer” a decision on the
CSME, will this year receive
just $40,000.

Meanwhile, Mr Mitchell used
yesterday’s Budget debate to
hit out at those who held dif-
ferent points of view to his own
on the CSME and other trade
matters.

’ He accused unnamed persons

of spreading misinformation,

and even being guilty of “xeno-
‘phobia” and “racism”. His com-
ments that this “pollutes the
debate” and “their arguments
are best ignored” will also give
“rise to questions about whether
‘the Government wants a debate

on trade-related matters.
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requirements

Moree urged Bahamians not to
“be lulled into a false sense of
security” or be misled into
thinking that the issue of
whether the Bahamas should
join had gone away.

In a thinly-veiled reference
to Mr Mitchell and his Bahamas
Uncensored website, a tool fre-

cally tell us where they stand
on this,issue of the CSME.”
Mr Moree said the CSME
was “too big an issue, to impor-
tant an issue to be lost” in the
upcoming general election cam-
paign, only for the winner to
declare they had been given a
mandate to decide on the issue.

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Project Manager

The Project Manager (PM) will over see the implementation of an Automated
Clering House (ACH) in The Bahamas. The successful candidate will be respon-
sible for liasing with potential vendors, assembling a project team, assingning
individual, identifying appropriate resources needed, developing project schedules
| and providing reports to ensure the timely completion of the project. The PM must
demonstrate appropriate specialized knowledge and experience with the imple-
mentation of clearing and settlement systems; direct experience with (image
enabled) ACH systems is preferable.

The ideal candidate must possess the requisite skills to perform the following

e Assist with project education and orientation '
* Assist with implementation schedule, approach, budget, and staffing

e Review and monitor project plan progress

¢ Review and assist with implementation plan strategy

e Ensure that the risks of material deviations are minimized
¢ Review and assist with the test plan strategy

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quently used to attack and
smear those who hold different
views to the minister, Mr Moree
hinted that the debate had been
“characterised by personal
attacks”, with a number made
on him. This, he said, “does not
respect the intelligence of the
Bahamian people”.

“From the point of view of
the Bahamas, the CSME is not
a dead issue and those that sug-
gest it is are merely trying to
distract attention from the
issue,” Mr Moree said.

He added that the language
used by Mr Mitchell last year,
when he said the Government
would not proceed with taking
the Bahamas into the CSME
during the current administra-
tion’s term in office, potentially
left the door open to return to
the issue after the general elec-
tion.

“If the Bahamas will join the
CSME, and on what terms, is a
very live issue in this countty,”
Mr Moree said.

“Tt is extremely important for
all of us to require the major
political parties to unequivo-

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eight days from the 8TH day of JUNE, 2006 to the Minister
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Nassau, Bahamas.

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ans can be proud: of. We wish
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He had envisioned a brewery
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‘ices are driven by
sophis ated information tech-
nology infrastructure: The rated
entity’s access to non-deposit
resources depends on its accept-
ability in the capital markets.
Future stability of the
resource profile is often deter-
mined by the behavioural char-
acteristics of each resource clus-
ter, such as retail or corporate,
and their proportions in the
resource mix. It is also.crucial to
make..a critical assessment of
the diversity of resource base
while assessing this parameter.

Asset quality

Asset quality of a bank is a

meastire of its ability to man-
- age Gredit risks. Financial assets
are the: revenue engines for any
bank or finance entity. There-
fore, the strength of its business
depends on its ability to consis-
tently generate good quality
assets that produce: adequate
returns after expenses and
write-offs.

This, in turn, is a function of
the strength of existing borrow-
er relationships, the ability to
offer the services the market
demands and the.quality of

operating skills such as pre- :



lending credit appraisal, post-
lending account monitoring and
problem asset resolution fech-
niques.

. Past performance of the asset
book is often the most. useful

indicator of. the business

strength of the rated entity’s
lending business.

The inherent risk content of
the asset book at a point in time

is determined by its diversity

across different asset segments —
retail assets, corporate assets,
government assets etc at one
level, and industry and. cus-
tomer concentrations at anoth-
er level.

Asset concentration levels are
also an indicator of the risk
propensity of the management.
In particular, it is critical to
assess the credit quality of the
bank’s corporate asset portfo-
lio, both in ‘terms of stock as
well as quality of incremental
additions to the portfolio. Spe-
cific factors assessed in this risk

-category include. reported non-_
performing loans (NPL) to total
loans, provisions made for weak

assets in relation to NPL, NPL
in relation to net worth, incre-
mental NPLs to incremental

loans and a comparison of these:

factors in relation to peer group

banks in the region.

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Management Quality

This is one of the important
parameters in the analysis of a
bank or financial institution, as
it is a key determinant of all
other parameters, directly or
indirectly. Competence, risk
propensity and strategy of the
management of any financial
services entity have a profound
impact.on all aspects of its oper-
ations, and consequently its
credit quality.

Management assessment
addresses the rated entity's busi-
ness strategy, and its skills with
respect to consistently generat-
ing good loans that are funded
by borrowings at an optimum
cost.

Management competence
also determines the level of
sophistication of the entity's
operations in general, and the

use of information technology —

tools, in particular. This can
have a profound impact on the
efficiency of resource mobilisa-
tion and asset deployment, and
the efficacy of the risk manage-
ment systems. The inherent risk
of an entity’s operations and the
structure of its risk management

. systems are also a function of,

the risk appetite of its manage-
ment. i
Risk management practices

assume high importance in
assessment of a bank’s mun

agement quality. Risk Mariage

ment refers to the use of proac

tive techniques and frameworks
to ensure that, on an agpregate
basis, present actions do not
have unacceptable future con

sequences. Key areas for Fisk
management include market
risk, credit risk and operations
risk.

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techniques demand significant
use of information technology
that, when effectively deployed
can minimise the possibility of
future capital shocks. Moreove!
in view of the increasing giob
alisation of financial markets
having a risk management sys
tem that is compatible with the
requirements of the global
finahicial architecture is offen
key to any entity's abitity to
conduct its international busi
ness.

Earnings potential

Earnings are the end tesult
of the rated entity’s success in

its core’ business of financial

intermediation Earoigs arc
directly impacted by operational
efficiencies, and the skills of
asset origination and deposil
mobilisation. Operational effi
ciencies of a bank, measured

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He Alleged: “Magnum also apparently advanced approximately
$350,000 to Pinder to begin trading, but that amount was never
repaid.

“In addition, Magnum transferred over $130, 000 to, another Pin-
der company in partial payment of large trading losses that Mag-

num suffered.in August 1999. Pinder’s Nassau-based trading

operation continued for between six to nine months, but it could
not operate profitably and ceased trading in‘2000.”

As for MCL, the receiver said it was initially incorporated in the
Bahamas in 1999 for-Murray to conduct business with Mr Pinder
and his companies.

MCI and Magnum allegedly entered a service agreement on
June 1, 1999, which said Magnum would act as trader for funds
invested with MCI, and a futures trading account was set: up, ‘at
Refco.

This account was used for Mr Pinder’s trading. The receiver
alleged: “The MCI trading account was initially funded with
$200,000 from Magnum and later received another $50,000 from
a source believed to be Hubert Pinder’s company in the Bahamas.

“Over the course of 2000, MCI lost virtually all of its $250, 000

- account balance through futures trading.”

The receiver said: MCI’s “only known bank account” was
opened in June 1999 at Suisse Security Bank & Trust. Only
$2,500 was in the account when the bank’s licence was suspend-
ed, then revoked, by the Central Bank of the Bahamas in 2001.

The receiver alleged that Tech Traders was incorporated as a
Bahamian-registered entity in January 2000 with help from
Suisse Security. The bank opened an account for the company
soon after.

“That account appears to have held as much as $110,000 by the
middle of 2000, although the source of those funds remains
unknown,” the receiver said. “In late August 2000, Tech Traders
transferred $87,500 from that account to Magnum.”

The account therefore held a minimum balance when Suisse
Security was shut down.

Mr Pinder has ‘had a relatively colourful Gasiness career. In
2003, he attempted to solicit $2 million from investors through a
private offering for his company, Cavitation Concepts. °

However, he was forced to pull the offering by the Securities

Commission of the Bahamas, after he publicised the offering’

through the media. This meant it had become a public offering,
not a private one, which is governed by much stricter regulations
contained in the Securities Industry Act.

Apart from having to register the offering documents with
the Securities Commission, companies or other entities going pub-
lic have to comply with full disclosure and transparency require-
ments, as the Securities Industry Act that governs the ‘capital mar-
_ kets requires that all information relating to material facts be
made available.

“Mr Pinder is the brother of the late PLP MP Philip Pinder. He

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worked alongside his brother at Bahamas Beverages, the boitiing
‘plant that once held the Pepsi-Cola franchise, atid was appoint
ed executive vice-president in 1983. He was also once co manage!
of his brother’s Whale Point resort in Eleuthera, which wa:
repossessed that same year ailen it was unable to meet ils repay
ments.

In 1988, Mr Pinder be caiead to The Tribune his intention to
manufacture light aircraft in the Bahamas through his company
Raptor Aviation, with his business partners George aid Jainies
Prill, who worked for NASA. Mr Pinder also said he was gory
to build submarines.

In April 1985, Mr Pinder announced that he had bought the
Seafloor Aquarium from Curtis Johnson. However, it later trai
spired that he did not buy the business but had an agreement to
‘purchase it for under $1 million over a two-year period

Mr Pinder did not make a single payment and the agreement
was terminated.

calls bypass BTC

deterred from using VoIP,
even by the potential $300,000

Mr Stern added: “It may be
wise for the Government to

would, in the long-term, out- ,

weigh the disadvantages from
any reduction in BTC’s value.

He said: “The rapidly évolv-
ing technology is offering users
easy alternatives to bypass
BTC’s traditional network and
to pay prices which are frac-
tions of those charged by BTC,
even after price reductions of
up to 70 per cent are taken into
account.

“The value of BTC is dimin-

spread and accessible.

“While the evolving new ~

technology may be having a
negative impact on the value of
BTC, it carries tremendous
long-term potential benefits in
strengthening the economy
and helping to diversify the
Bahamas’ dependence on
tourism and financial services.
Best practice suggests that in
the long run this will be found
most likely to outweigh the loss
of income resulting from the
sale of BTC.”

take stock of the current situa-
tion, understand the realities
of this technology and its
impact on prices, recognise the
futility of trying to stop its
progress or to police its use,
and instead encourage BTC to
take into account and embrace
VoIP technology to reduce the
overall cost of the delivery of
telecommunications services in
the Bahamas.”

The IDB report pointed out
that Bahamian residents and
businesses had not been

fine they faced if caught.

The report added: “The high
cost of telecommunicalions is
also discouraging the export ol
services for which the Bahanias
would otherwise, have cer
comparative advantages

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reasons conference organis:
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Bahamas is because of the very
expensive prices for making
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Ocean Club Resorts, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Isiands
is looking for qualified appic ants to fill the following positions:

MANAGER - This person will bee
coun wuter literate with relevesit experience in a similar position
in a condominium resort setting. Reporting directly to the
Operations Manager, they wii have strong leadership skills and.
proven experience in maraging the following departments:
Housekeeping |aundry Property Services. Front Desk Guest
and Owner Services and be able to take an the role of Manage

on Duty when regained

ASSISTANT OPERATIONS

hange abany tie but include weekdays,’ -#

Scheduled hours oi
weekends and holiday

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MAINTENANCE MANAGER oninig directly to the Unie
Engineer 0) Mainienaiice Wey will ave experience overseeing’
all general malitericain ments for all buildings ina
CONGOMI | f waste
Water real and regula
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Scheduled hours for all these positions can change at any, :
time. but include weekdays, weekends and holidays Applicants }
must be able tia: the role of Manager on Duty when.
required é

CHIEF ENGINEER OF MAINTENANCE
to the Manauing Directo... Wey \
position in a condominiuins iesor: setting, managing work order
systems, inventory Control, and owner communic ation 1s
Additionally, he/she will oversee management of waste water
treatinent plant operations. landscaping and grounds upkeep,
irrigation systems, swimming pool maintenance, general building
maintenance, including thai of ? restaurants. They will liaise’
with the Refurbishing « rdi r regarding the upholding, #
of star. dards in all units

Reporting directly
ill nave expenerice in a similat

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All interested applicants vleasé subimt resumes to:

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Ocean Club Resorts
Attention: Human Resource Manager om 4
P.O. Box 240 s
Providenciales 7 (ht
TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS

OR via email to diane@oceanclubresorts.tc.

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* BUSINESS

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- PUBLIC NOTICE |
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, CLAUDE JEAN-
‘CHARLES of Faith Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas, intend to
change my name to CLAUDE JEAN-JACQUES. Any
written objections to the intended name change must be
addressed to the Registrar General’s Office and the Chief
Passport Officer and a copy thereof to the undersigned
chambers.










Established Bahamian Company
is seeking to fill the position of

FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

The successful applicant should possess the
following minimum requirements:

Extensive experience in all aspects of
financial accounting including inventory
control, cost accounting and accounts
payable;

Proficient knowledge of accounting
principles and standards;

Excellent computer skills;

Good communication and management
skills;

Must be driven, energetic, a team-worker;

Duties will include:
Preparation of complete set of financial
statements;
Cash flow management; -
Liaison with external auditors;
Management reporting;
Budget preparation, business plans and
special projects, as assigned.

Only qualified persons should apply.

If interested, please send detailed resume and
cover letter to fenassau@yahoo.com.



IndiGO

N ET WOR K §S

‘Bank’ on many factors during credit ratings

FROM page 9B

groups.

Liquidity

It is also crucial to assess the
asset and liability maturity
(ALM) profile of the bank, to
form an opinion on the liquidi-
ty risk as well as interest rate
risk faced by the bank.

The relative differences
between the maturities of assets
and liabilities are the primary
determinants of the liquidity
cushion available to the rated
entity to meet its fund needs.
Other sources of liquidity in a
contingency include access to
capital or borrowed funds at
short notice. Specific factors
analysed include liquid assets
to total assets, and the gap
between maturing assets and
liabilities in each time bucket,
such as 0 to three months, three
to six months, six months to one
year, one to two years, and
beyond two years.

Any sound risk assessment
should also factor in the vul-
nerability of the bank’s earn-
ings to interest rate changes.
The ALM profile analysed ear-

lier, and adjusted for floating —

rate assets/liabilities, gives a
measure of interest rate risk
faced by the bank.

A longer tenure asset profile,
funded by shorter tenure
deposits, poses inherent interest
rate risks to a bank. Similarly, a
floating rate lending portfolio
funded with a fixed rate deposit
base also introduces elements
of interest rate risk. An impact
assessment is carried out for
various interest rate levels to
assess this risk in a bank.

Since banks are closely inte-
grated with the payment sys-
tems in most countries, and any
unchecked bank failure can
result in severe domino effects,

bank ratings typically tend to ~

benefit from system support -
from central banks or govern-
ments - in the event of any dis-
tress.

However, this aspect needs
to be assessed on a case-to-case
basis, which will also include an
assessment of the ability of the
government and its willingness
to provide such support.

Other factors such as support

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNTITY
CUSTOMER CARE MANAGER

through deposit insurance
schemes or support from group
companies should also be fac-
tored in based on case facts.

NB: Caribbean Information
& Credit Rating Services, Cari-

CRIS, is the Caribbean’s

_ Regional Credit Rating Agency.

This article forms part of a
series on issues surrounding
capital. markets and credit rat-
ings. E-mail: info@caricris.com
or call 868-627-8879.

S.Venkat Raman is the chief
executive and chief rating offi-

BAHAMAS |
OLYMPIC

\ ou €

P.O. Box SS- 6250, NASSAU, BAHAMAS

ASSOCIATI

Tel: 1 (242) 322 - 1595

cer of the Caribbean Informa-'
tion & Credit Rating Services
Ltd, CariCRIS. Prior to this,,
Venkat Raman was Director-
Ratings at CRISIL Ltd, the
largest rating agency in ‘Asia
and a subsidiary of Standard &
Poor’s. nese

ESIDENT
H. E. Arlington Bulter, KMCMG 2, D.LC.
CE-PRESIDENT
Sir Durward Knowle 3, O.B.
Rev. A-Enoch Backford Il, B,Sc, BEd. ss
Harcourt M. Rolle

Roscow A.L, Davis, B.S.,M.B.A
‘Well a Miller

C.Vincent Wallace-Whitfield, LLB. rc
ASSISTANT TREAS

Lawrence
ASSISTANT SECRETARY. GENERAL
Livingstone Bostwick
= ! (242)322 - 1195
£-MAIL:nocbah@coralwave.com

19th ANNUAL OLYMPIC HEALTH DAY

5 MILE RACE

WHEELCHAIR AND HEALTH WALK

7:00a.m., Saturday 24th June, 2006

eT-shirts for all participants
¢ Trophies For all categories
¢ IOC Certificates all finishers

¢ Health Breakfast

Run Route: Starts Q.E. Sports
Center, Nassau Street, Bay Street,’
P.I.Bridge, Ends Native Crafts
Market On Paradise Island.

ENTRY FEE: School Children: FREE

CATEGORIES.

Male: Under 19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49,50+
Female: Under19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+

Children And Group Awards

Crafts Market

Adults:$10.00

WHEELCHAIR AND HEALTH WALK:
Starts Fort Montagu, West on Shirle Street
to Church Street, P.I. Bridge to the

Form

En
Olympic Day 5 Mile Race And‘Health Walk »

Drop off ENTRY FORM at the BOA Office, Building #10, 7th Terrace West of Collins Avenue,
P.O.Box Ss-6250, Tel: 322-1595, Fax: 322-1195, E-mail: nochah @coralwave, com

Name oe
Age: . Date of Birth:.

Event:

5 Mile Run

(First):

Wheelchair

———___— SEX: M F Affiliation:

Health Walk

Liability Waiver: In consideration of your accepting this entry, I, intending to be legally bound
hereby for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators waive and release any and all rights and claims
of damage I may have against the Bahamas Olympic Association and/ Or its successors and assigns for
all injuries or other Venn, sustained by me in this event. I agree to abide by the decisions of the

Signature Of Applicant °

organizers and medcal advisers.

Parent/Guardian if under 18 years age



CLEARING BANKS ASSOCIATION |

-. Vacancy for

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible to the project Manager and
clerical and Administrative support. The successful candidate will be

IndiGO Networks is a growing telecommunications company based in Nassau, Bahamas.
Successful candidates must be highly energized, and able to take on the challenges of a fast-

. paced network rollout. IndiGO Networks offers a comprehensive benefits package: Salary is
commensurate with experience and qualifications.

responsible for documenting meetings, organizing and coordinating meeting |
schedules, preparing all project communications and correspondence,
distributing project information and generally ensuring that all matters —
relating to the project are fully and project documented in a timely manner.
The candidate must possess excellent typing and record keeping skills and be -
proficient in the use of various software applications such as MS Word, MS |
PowerPoint and MS Excel, among others.

Job Description

The Customer Care Manager would be responsible for customer service throughout the
-organization. Duties include: overseeing the daily operations of the Call Centre (leading the
Customer Care Team with responsibility for hiring, appraising, and development of staff
members to perform their respective tasks); establishing specific procedures to achieve

organizational goals; developing and advancing customer service throughout the organization. fee Se He 2 3 2 ag as fe 2 Ea oa oA a a AC ak

Responsibilities Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required:
Establish appropriate Customer Care staffing levels to ensure service standards for
quality and responsiveness are met;

Prepare monthly schedules for Customer Care employees, including Call Centre staff;
Direct daily activities of the Call Centre staff, including movement of staff to critical
positions in response to customer needs;

Participation in recruitment, performance reviews, coaching and termination of
employment if necessary;

Establish operating structure and performance measures, set standards and guidelines
and implement policies and procedures in alignment with departmental goals and
objectives;

Create processes to efficiently monitor and complete tasks that will positively impact
customer responsiveness;

Develop, implement and maintain incentives for meeting targets to motivate, train and
retain employees;

Provide creative problem solving and guidance to maximize results and positive
outcomes;

Establish structure for monitoring calls for quality control;

Identify and analyze problem areas and make recommendations to solve problems
in order to enhance efficiency and services performed within the department;
Evaluate Call Centre software designed to aid efficiency, enhance and track
productivity within the Call Centre and make recommendations to management team;
Deal directly with customers to resolve outstanding or escalated problems;
Maintain confidentiality relative to customer accounts and organizational practices

¢ Associates Degree or Certified Professional Secretary Rating , or Certified .'
Administrative Professional Rating;

¢ Detailed knowledge of computers to complete correspondence (e.g.,.MS Word),

create and maintain forms, reports (e.g., MS Excel), presentation (e.g., MS

Power Point), and brochures and to respond to email as necessary;

* Basic business and accounting knowledge to prepare documentation and
statistical report;

¢ Excellent oral and written communication skills, including etiquette and
writing skills, to interact with associates and external persons, and to create
correspondence;

¢ Judgement requirement in treatment of information with confidentiality and
professionalism;

¢ Ability to operate a variety of office equipment, including computer, calculator,
printer, fax, machine, and photocopier

FE FE NCES ERAT TE,

Send Resumes to:

Qualifications
CBA - ACH Administrative Assistant Response

Bank of the Bahamas International
1st Floor, Claughton House
Shirley & Charlotte Streets

Nassau, Bahamas
E-mail responses may be sent to:
Samantha.Antonio@BankBahamas.com

Ability to multitask and work under pressure

Experience in Call Centre environment is preferred

2-3 years supervisory/managerial experience with strong organizational skills
Flexibility, as shift work is required

Reliability, punctuality and good interpersonal skills are essential
Accuracy, neatness and efficiency

Possess excellent oral and written communication skills

Computer literacy, with a strong warking knowledge of Excel essential

2 ER ee

Interested candidates should submit their resumes in writing by June 21, 2006 to:
Attn.: Human Resources Manager
indiGO Networks
P.O. Box N-3920
Nassau, Bahamas





TRE TRIBUNE

ROM | age 1B
eb es waney
TESS imortette “Grbup s'managing
aifctor; Biské Loveless; added: “The
fonttte Group < ‘and its partners are
’e'd to become a part of the Dev-
con tradition in the Caribbean, and
look forward to the growth potential

io L by. kbis unique opportunt-



Apart from acting as the holding
vehicle for Mr Symonette’s invest-
ments in Abaco Markets and
Bahamas Ferries, the Symonette
Group is also the financial backer for
Lucayan Tropical Produce, the agri-
culture producer located near Nas-
sau International Airport.

The company effectively acts as a
private equity fund/venture capital-
ist on behalf of Mr Symonette, the

BUSINESS

current Chamber of Commerce busi-
nessperson of the year, who has been
extremely active lately.

Mr Symonette is also an investor
in BSI Holdings, the group that won
the auction and US Bankruptcy Court
approval to acquire Winn-Dixie’s 78
per cent majority stake in Bahamas
Supermarkets for $54 million.

The Tribune can reveal, though,
that Mr Symonette’s son, Cameron

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 11B

and Mr Loveless were initially
involved with rival bidder BK Foods
in the race for Bahamas Supermar-
kets.

It is understood that BK Foods had
initiated discussions with Craig
Symonette about the possibility of
merging Bahamas Supermarkets with
Abaco Markets if their bid was suc-
cessful.

However,

no agreement was:




monette leads $12.2m buyout of Devcon division

reached, and Cameron and Mr Love?
less are understood to have backed
out once Mr Symonette and Abaco
Markets decided to go with Bal
Holdings.

Among the projects Devcon’s con-
struction division is currently
employed on are the investment
developments at Chub Cay in. the
Berry Islands, and the Four Seasons
Emerald Bay Resort in Exuma. *





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‘DOCTORS HOSPITAL HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED

Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows

| Doctors Hospital Health System Limited
| Interim report
Quarter ended April 30, 2006

Three months ended April 30, 2006 with comparative figures for the three months ended April 30, 2005
(Expressed in thousands of Bahamian dollars)
eens ats nner Sereno ncamemiadineebesooae —— -

: April 30, 2006 April 30, 2005 -



|

Chairman’s Report



Cash and cash equivalents provided by (used in):

















































Doctors Hospital Health System Limited
OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
j Dear Shareholder : Net income $ 841 2,130
| On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am pleased to present the financial results for the first Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash
quarter ending April 30, 2006. Our company continues to realize profitability; this is underpinned by provided by operating activities:
i strong phySician;and customer-support.. We earned ten cents per share this quarter, and the rest of the Depreciation and amortization 507 423
fiscalyyearcbntmues to/look very promising. __Provision for doubtful accounts 599 249
The sustained profitability of the last few years has provided a level of stability that has 1,947 2,802
enabled us to make significant investments for long-term growth. As these financial statements reflect,
' we continue to use free cash flows to purchase medical and information technology that will both Increase in accounts receivable (1,960) (1,754)
strengthen our core business and expand our capacity to serve patient needs into the future. Increase in inventories ’ (67) (39)
i We° ‘thatk’ you ‘for your continued loyalty to the Hospital, and extend an invitation for you to Decrease in other assets 182 11
§ join us at our contpan” s, , pny Gentral Meeting on June 2] at Doctors osha Collins Avenue. Decrease in accounts payable and other liabilities (262) (633)
uy) Cash and cash equivalents provided by (used in) operating activities (160) 387 |
#
i : INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
§ Joseph Krukowski Purchase of property, plant and equipment (1,231) (526).
- 9% Chairman ee eer iy : : Cash and cash equivalents used in investing activities (1,231) (526)
| May 30, 2006 Oe et i : : 5 cee as?
j LAER EE SRLE SES NAN EE STR ES a tee EE SA RS Ila LA Rie a ae A ; : FINANCING ACTIVITIES: ‘ :
4 : ARLE R Chea) “Repayment of long-term debt (602) (393)
j DOCTORS HOSPITAL: HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED : Cash and cash equivalents used in financing activities (602) (393)
i Consolidated, Balance Sheet. . ; Teh oe ; ; sats
‘ April 30, 2006 with comparative figitel at Janiry 31, 2006 Decrease in cash and cash equivalents # (1,993) (532)
i (Expressed in thousands of Bahamian dollars). she heed Sak eres: :
1 Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period 1,284 3,199
2 me senenerenine i . April: 30, 2006. . January.31, 2006.
; j Ete s “Cash and cash equivalents at end of period $ (709) 2,667
i Assets ST
\ Current assets: ’ :
d Cash and cash equivalents _$ ‘. pe 1,257 Cash and cash equivalents comprise cash at bank and in hand, short-term deposits with an original maturity of t
Accounts receivable—patients, net 957 1,069 three months or less and bank overdrafts. af
t Accounts receivable—third party payors, net 8,058 6,566 yl
Inventories 1,216: 1,150 : :
Other assets 316 509 yee 8 me
Assets classified as held for sale (note 2) 5,562 5,597 ; (Unaudited) _
16,109 16,148 |
1 Non-current assets: |
Goodwill, net 431 431 ee - ee
ere IMSS Sc: ccesermcneneeenrer ects stn prensa sini ot cited eure Rai cat eo Ne |. DOCTORS HOSPITAL HI STEM LIME. ED so oe
Tavestent PPT et tee sete rictieie ty aie ea: ODE ae Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity ag ee .
ow Property, plant.and equipment... 11,717 10,992
13,200 12,475
Total assets : $ 29,309 28,623 Three months ended April 30, 2006 oe
(Expressed in thousands of Bahamian dollars) i
Liabilities and Shareholders’ Bauity i
Current liabilities: : i aye __Number of shares Share capital Contributed surplus Deficit |
Bank indebtedness $ 124 : ¥ neat
Accounts payable and other liabilities 2,801 _ 3,071 Balance at January 31, 2006 9,971,634 $ 399 $ 12,358 Se" 000
Long-term debt, current portion 1,682 1,653 : ‘
Liabilities directly associated with assets faye sees aes i
classified as held for sale (note 2) 5,724 5,933 Netincome for the period : . = S 841
bie REET Ton 10,931 10,656 nN jean
5 Balance at April 30, 2006 9,971,634 $ 399 $ = 12,358 $ 2,933
Non-current liabilities" i oe
Long-term debt . 2,688 3,117. i ; j '
* Total liabilities 13,619 13,774 : qi : tf
vis (Unaudited), of

Shareholders’, equity: :.
Share capital:
’Authorized1,2;500,000 common shares at par value
; ;.., of B§0.04 each (January 31, 2006 — 12,500, 000 shares)
G Digsued! and fully ‘paid 9,971,634 shares

DOCTORS HOSPITAL HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED
Notes to Interim Consolidated Financial Statements

Three months ended April 30, 2006 “ ei]

@

399 399



) eh (January 31, 2006,- 9,971,634 shares) i
‘Contributed surplus 12,358 12,358 : : f
Retained earnings 2,933 2,092 i : ; i |
“15,690 14,849 i 1. Significant accounting policies
Total liabilities and shareholders’ equity. $ 29,309 28,623 : :
. These interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard



No. 34, Interim Financial Reporting, using the same aes policies applied in the January 31, 2006

(Unaudited)
audited consolidated financial statements.

2. Discontinuing operations



DOCTORS HOSPITAL HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED

Consolidated § Statement of Income For the period ended April 30, 2006, total’ assets and liabilities of companies which have been discontinued

and for which there is a commitment for disposition are reported in the balance sheet as “held for sale.”
Operating results for these segments are reported in the statement of income “Discontinued operations.”

Three months ended April 30, 2006 with comparative figures for the three months ended April 30, 2005
These include Western Medical Plaza and Imaging Equipment Limited.

if by eae in. thousands of Bahamian dollars)



3. Net patient service revenue/medical supplies and services if





oe {Soe eee Cee CEC eR eee





Rae April 30, 2006 April 30, 2005
Net patient service revenue and medical supplies and services are recorded on a net basis. Physician fees | +
CONTINUING OF QRERATIONS earned in the emergency and imaging departments and sessional clinics aggregate to $0.995 million and have +
'
u Patient service revenue, net $ 8,609 8.900 been deducted from patient service revenue and medical supplies and services in the statement of income to |
i Other | 128 101 reflect only the portion earned by the Hospital. ;
~ Total tévenues (note 3) 8,737 9,001 j
g tyne f f
ha PET a ! j
i Expenses bof
i Salaries and benefits 3,545 3,215 : z 7
“| )Medicaljsupplies and seryices =. 1,364 1,457 '
i Other operating — 925 746 ee
b Provision for doubtful accounts 599 273 Ps re - f
ge . Depreciation, and amortization } 507 423 Pp bl h i | aT i
pte gf whee AS0'bey SAE TeMrye os taal : re t 8
: lites ! 287 221 LO Ces Lega OTICES §
é Government taxes and fees : rey 203 166 : ci \
. Repairs and maintenance a) 63 '
i Total expenses 7,620 6,564 : t
h 5 ; :
yt Income from continuing operations d B | wi t i
L eee a oe and Daiance e€ects
{ an | 3 6
} Interest expense J AE SET (88) (119) : e 4
i f
Incoitie from Sbddinutig spaaelond : 1,029 2,318 al ;
\ ’
4

Discontinued opevatlcnls #









t

7 Revenue ashe es 5
iy Expenses Chet OT 12): Cy i
4 Loss from discontinued operations (188) (188) ;
if d
| € iripune |
{ Net income for the period $ 841 2,130 i
a Py ‘
f Eamings per common share (expicciedli in Bahamian dollars): Call: 5 tH 4 ay Pa ro y4 §

Basic and fully diluted $ 0.08 0.21 ‘



(Unaudited)





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for the purpose of granting Licences under The Board Registration Act Chapter 7380 Gunn Stephen A
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the wate:? (5) 5 Philosophical about the fesrible cust
9 — See a mad character talk! (7) of getting out of line? (5}
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hidden , need of air? (7)
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413 In two letters, a complaint about the 12. Figure food out
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45 Restriction upon the movements ofa’ | 43° ojig Bill? (5)
writer? (3) ele 14 Uncle Toin's
17 Being stony, can give a friend “place (5)
nothing (4) 15°: Peals pears,
48 Breathless chic girl noted parhaps (5)
wrnelte Oy * | 16 Inthe altogether
19 Figures as an Impressionist (5) - ~ he ‘natural state (5)
20 Bae that fluttering 18 Such servants aro
on . Bligh © never rude (6)
lust give me some 19 The note one left was
more (4) negligible (7) Deal )
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24 Over es In the 21, She's heartened by a-soccer star Field (7)
Â¥ (3) : when the Gunners Bear (5)
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when maltreated (7) Ss Seah 4 Banquet (5)
26 Touring the North, fail disastrously ; â„¢ mene
in the end (6) stubborn! (6) Pd Encountered (3)
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27 =~ Material | mend, maybe (5) - 25. Wtlbejustas good Qu. fast (4)
28 - Girl stuff (5) Sea eat ae Sadate (6)
as a lighter (5) / = :
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~ oe s ‘evel (6 28 Modem ways in Pry Lack (4)
a awn or other animal (5) mine working (3) * Previous day (3)

Style (7)

Quick (5)

Horse

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Yesterday’s easy solutions ; Plague (7)
ACROSS: 1, Crate 6, Douse 9, Recover 10, Steal 11, Carry Rational (5)
12, Peril 13, Trapper 15, Wed 17, Hans 18, Deride :
19, Lapol 20, Molten 22, Hore 24, Pie 25, Trainer Dissuade (5)
26, Many 27, Rider 28, Adder 29, Respire 30, Egret ;
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ACROSS: 1, Madam (rev.) 6, Terse 9, La-ughe-d 10, Rally
11, Age-in 12, Pen-ce 13, Ref-used 15, To-M 17, Edit 18,
De-eir-e 19, Major 20, G.-ets in 22, Fine 24, Nay 25,
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30, Graze 31, Gears -



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15, Trmid 16, Me-Ted 18, Dolly 19, Ml-racte 21, E-aster Widen 16, Deter 18, Decry 19, Leveret 21, Oiling 22,

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Opening lead — five of spades.

South West

Bad luck in bridge is something
you can’t control, but many losses
attributed to bad luck ‘are in reality
the fault of the player himself.

Take this case where South went
down one in four hearts. West led a
spade to East’s ace, ‘and East returned
the ten, covered by the king and
ruffed by West.

West shifted to a low club, and
declarer had no choice but to win and
cash the A-K of diamonds, on which
he discarded a club. When he then
ruffed a club and attempted to trump
a spade in dummy, West ruffed with

A Matter of Self-Preservation





the seven. West exited with a dia-
mond, and South found it impossible
to avoid losing either a spade to East
or another trump trick to West, so he
finished down one.

In a sense, South was unlucky. To .
begin with, his king of spades got
ruffed, and after that, he was also
unfortunate that West had been dealt
four trumps. If West had started with

. fewer trumps, South would have

made the contract easily.

Yet South’s defeat was of his own
making. He didn’t have to be a
genius to realize that West’s lead was

“Sa singleton and that the king of

spades would be ruffed when it was

played on the second trick. East was ©

sure to have a six-card suit for his

> three-spade bid.

All South had to do to make the
contract was to let East’s ten of
spades win the second trick! Nothing
could then have stopped him from
making four hearts. It would not
have mattered what East did next.

Suppose East led another spade.
South would play low again, giving
West the option of scoring a trump
trick: then or later, but that would
bave been the last trick for the
defense.

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the basis that he could not a .ord to”

have the king of spades mffed. The
king was his 10th trick and should
not been put on the block for decapi-
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plurals or verb forms

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words with a hyphen or apostrophe permitted. —
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Good 22; very good 33; excellent 43.

Solution tomorrow.

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Barrier (5)
Knife (5)
Relative (5)
Organised
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Anxious (5)
Fear (5)

Old ship (7)
Extremely (4,2)
Mutilate (6)
Postpone (6)
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girl player. She made a promising 6 r
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ARIES — Mar 21/Apr 20
Romantic interests take center stage,
Aries, as you attract the attention of a
would-be special someone. Tum on
the charm that makes you irrisistible
and you’re bound to make a match.:
TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21
Travel plans will have to be post-
poned, Taurus. An unexpected turn of
events requires you to stay close to
home base for the time being. It
should blow over in a few days. .

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21
Maintaining a long-term friendship
is on your mind, Gemini. Don’t
worry, that minor argument you had
is not enough to Sever the relation-
ship. Hurt feelings will mend.

FE Re RE ETS ES EE ES ROR EE, ERS OE

You have taken on a project that is a
step above your skill level. Instead
of doing it all wrong, accept that you
might need a little help, and call in
the reinforcements.

LEO. — Jul 23/Aug 23

Don’t let past experience put a
damper on your upcoming trip with

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pleasantly surprised at the results.
Romantic sparks will fly. «
VIRGO — Aug 24/Sep 22

If you haven’t had much luck with
relationships, Virgo, it might be time
to look in the mirror. Instead of plac-
ing blame on ‘them,’ the problem
could lie with you. ual
LIBRA — Sep 23/Oct 23 -

You feel especially confined this
week, Libra: It could be that your
same old routine has gotten you
down. Change things up a bit-and
you are sure to boost your spirits. ©
SCORPIO — Oct 24/Nov 22
You have an admirer, Scorpio, and
as luck would have it, it’s that neigh-
bor who has been glancing in your
direction. Pursue the relationship
and enjoy your chemistry.

SAGITTARIUS — Nov 23/Dec 21
Your nervous energy could be put
to better use, Sagittarius. Why not
try a home-improvement
project or take up a hobby ‘that
puts idle fingers to work?

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20
Waking up on the wrong side of the
bed doesn’t give you free reign to ruin ¢
the days of others. To make it through {)
the week, plaster a smile on your face, »
even if it doesn’t reflect your mood. j.
AQUARIUS -— Jan 21/Feb 18 ;.
Lately you’ve been demenstrating a‘,
quick temper, Aquarius. You must,
keep it in check or those around you’
are bound to take offense, especially.
loved ones. Aen 8
PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 *
If you’ ve been feeling a bit under the:
weather, you may want to have ail!
ments checked out. It’s better to be’
prepared than sorry later.

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Rafael N adal
wins in
Wimbledon
warm-up

a TENNIS
LONDON
Associated Press__ Press

‘FRENCH Open cham-
pion-Rafael Nadal made a
smooth transition to grass
Wednesday, beating
Mardy Fish 7-6 (1), 6-1 in
his .debut in this Wimble-
don warmup at Queen’s
Club:

‘Three-time champion
Andy Roddick rallied for
a 2+6,,6-4, 6-3 second-
round victory over Cana-
dian qualifier Frank
Dancevic. It was Roddick-
’s first match since he quit
his first-round match at
the French Open because
of an injured left, ankle.

Nadal, coming off his
victory over Roger Feder-
er in the French final and
60th straight win on clay,
looked sharp in posting
only his fourth win in sev-
en career matches on
grass.

“This first victory is
very important,” the top-
seeded Spaniard said. “It’s
important for this tourna-
ment and for me, and it’s
important that I get confi-
dence for Wimbledon,
too.”

Nadal’s tennis obliga-
tions did not prevent him
from watching the first
half and part of the sec-
ond of Spain’s 4-0 win
over Ukraine in the World
Cup.

“It. was a perfect day for
us,” Nadal said. .

Also advancing to the
third round was second-
seeded Ivan Ljubicic, who
beat.Razvan Sabau of
Romania, 7-6 (6), 6-2.
Lleyton Hewitt, who won
three straight Queen’s
titles between 2000-02,
rallied to beat Spain’s Fer-,
nando Vicente 4-6, 6-4, 6-
2. na

Fourth-seeded Nikolay
Davydenko of Russia lost
2-6, 6-3, 6-1 to Wang Yeu-
tzuoo of Taiwan; seventh-
seeded Radek Stepanek of

the Czech Republic lost to _

Nicolas Mahut of France
beat 6-4, 4-6, 6-2; and
11th-seeded Sebastien
Grosjean of France was
beaten by Australian wild
card Mark Philippoussis 7-
6 (5);-4-6, 6-3.

In “other second-round
matches, seeded players to
advance included: No. 6
Fernando Gonzalez, No. 9
Robby Ginepri, No. 13
Gael-Monfils, No. 15
Dmitry Tursunov and
No. 16 Paradorn
Srichaphan. No. 10 .
Thomas Johansson lost in
the first round.

Nadal got stronger after
losing the opening game
at lové.

Thé-first break point of
the match came in-the sec-
ond game of the second
set, and Fish double-fault-
ed:to put Nadal up 2-0.
Nadal:hit a drop shot to
hold off a break point in
the next game and broke
for 5-1.

Nadal served out the
match in the next game,
saving a break point
before finishing with a ser-
vice winner. He pumped
his left fist, did a little hop
and flashed a broad smile.

Roddick, seeded third,
is trying to become the
first player to win four
straight titles at Queen’s.
He was on the defensive
from the opening set
because of Dancevic’s
powerful serves and con-
sistent returns. :

“T felt like I struggled a
little bit early,” Roddick
said. “I wasn’t totally
comfortable. As the match
went on, I played better
and better and better.”

Dancevic surrendered
just four points on serve in
the opening set but failed
to maintain the pressure
in the second. Roddick |
broke for a 2-1 lead and
went ‘on to win the set.

Roddick hit a forehand
winner to break for a 4-3
lead in the third set. He
closed the match on his
fourth attempt, breaking
again after Dancevic hit a
forehand wide.

“think the key to the
match was once I started
making first serve returns
and making him play
every time,” Roddick said.
“If he’s going to go for
broke like that, the more
chances I can give him to
bust, the better.”

4

W HERE are all the
big men?

That's the million dollar
question the Bahamas Bas-
ketball Federation is still try-
ing to find answers to after
sending an undersized team
to play in the XX Senior
Caribbean Basketball Cham-
pionships.

The men's 12-member
team, along with the ladies'
national team, left town on
Sunday for Kingston, Jamaica
on a chartered Bahamasair
flight, but only one player
standing taller than 6-foot-9
made the trip.

That's ashame, considering
the fact that there's a huge
selection of players standing
around 7-foot to choose from
who are either in the United
Statés or in Europe playing

on the professional and colle- .

giate level.

So why can't we lure those
players back home to-play,
considering the fact that this is
the first level of qualifying for
the 2008 Olympic Games in
Beijing, China?

With the exception of point
guard Quintin Hall, who made

it back from Germany to play,

and Judson Stubbs, who just
completed his collegiate

SPORTS



OPINION



tenure, all of the other players
were locally based or came
from Grand Bahama.

This was definitely one of
the weakest teams that: we
have sent off in quite some
time.

But the team showed a lot
of heart, narrowly losing a
close encounter against Cuba
in their tournament opener.

The team will have to win
its next two games in order to
advance to the medal round
and eventually secure a berth
into the Centro/Basket Tour-
nament, the next step up the
ladder.

Christopher 'Chicken' Turn-
quest and former collegiate
standout Leonardo Light-
bourne are the only two big
men, followed by Stubbs, that
coaches Charles 'Chuck'
Mackey and Norris Bain have
to rely on.

What happened to all of
those players who excelled
in college basketball this
year? |

Most of the pro players are
in Europe, but very little is
heard of their achievement.

Are they actively involved
in league play right now?

Couldn't we lure them
home to play? ;

Federation's vice president
Larry Wilson said they
exhausted every avenue try-
ing to get the players back
home.

But the majority of them
had other commitments that

didn't allow them to fit the

top basketball —
players needed here

STUBBS

tournament into their sched-
ule.

If this team selected is to
qualify for the next level,
would it be fair for the coach-
es or the federation to look at
bringing in those players to

- replace some members of the

,current team?

It's a hard question, depend-
ing on how you look at it.

But I would think that in
order to get to the prestigious
World Championships and
then the elite Olympic Games,
we have to do whatever is nec-
essary to put the best team out
there.

Reality

While it wouldn't fair to
those players who would have
carried the team on their back
when others with better skills
declined to do so, the reality is
as we advance higher and

higher up the ladder — the ©

adjustments have to be made.
There are just some players

. who would have participated
at this entry level that would
not be able to play at a much
higher level. So even though
there might be some. egos
crushed, we have to ensure
that we do all that is neces-



sary to continue advancing.

That brings us back to the «'
dilemma that we're faced with: ‘

now.

Maybe, the federation needs
to join forces with the Min-
istry of. Youth, Sports and
Housing and the Bahamas
Olympic Association to find
a way to provide the neces-
sary funding to assist with get-
ting the players home and pro-

viding them with a stipend

when they travel.

While we can talk all we

want about national pride,

that can only go so far when |»
the players still have to worry: |
about taking care of their fam- : ©

ily commitments when they:
return home.

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istry and the BOA to come:: |
up with a solution to providing: }
subventions for team sports: ;
as it's being done for athletes ©

in individual sports such as

‘track and field, Su iiming,

cycling and boxing.

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the qualifying rounds if we
don't carry the players who
are able to not just match up,

but hold their own against.»

their peers from the opposing:

teams.

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players home.

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#@ TOURNAMENT BOUND: Some of the named players for the Grand Bahama 19 and
Under team that will compete in Anguilla and St. Martin later this month pose for a pho-
to following a workout at St. Paul's Field. The team, under the direction of Anthony
Fowler and Yvonne Lockhart, are busy preparing themselves and also raising funds for their
first international trip to the Pony Caribbean Girls Tournament. The public are invited to
their next event, a Fish Fry and All-Star competition, on Monday next at St. Paul's Park at
7.00pm. Pictured from left to right are, seated front row, Raquell Cooper; second row, Tara
Mackey, Bianca Ferguson, Orquia Saint, and Tara Evans; back row, Rochell Cooper and

Marva Williams.

(Photo by GRECHRIS)



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HALLE, Germany
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ry Weber Open.

because of rain.

1981.

Chiudinelli 7-6 (4), 6-0.

orously to adjust to grass.

volley.”

well on grass.”

round.

Federer wins,
moves within |
four matches
of Borg record.

_ ROGER FEDERER rebounded from his defeat in the
French Open final to win his 37th straight match on grass,
moving within four of Bjorn Borg’s record.

The top-ranked Federer defeated Indian qualifier Rohan“.
Bopanna 7-6 (4), 6-2 Wednesday in the first round of the Ger- ‘

Asked about Borg’s record, Federer said: “Streaks are not °
important to me. Winning titles is.”

Federer — the Halle and Wimbledon, champion the past
three years — traded groundstrokes and big serves with the
270th-ranked Bopanna ina match played under a closed roof | |

“My expectations were not very high coming from the final,”
said Federer, referring to his four-set loss to Rafael Nadal at :
Roland Garros on Sunday. “Then three days later, being | |

' Also Wednesday, Germany’s Florian Meyer upset third-
seeded Jarkko Nieminen of Finland 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; and eighth-
seeded Kristof Vliegen of Belgium beat Swiss qualifier Marco

Since Sunday, Federer has been in the gym and practised rig-

. “T have to get used to quick points, sliding instead of kicking
my serve, and taking smaller steps,” he said. “It’s fortunate that
I have the game to either play from the baseline or serve and

Serving at 3-3 in the first-set tiebreaker, Federer reacted to

Bopanna’s forehand approach shot with a winner that brought
. the sellout crowd toits feet.

“I had to make him hit second serves, and at 4-4 in the tie-_
break he double-faulted,” Federer said.

Bopanna, who double-faulted 10 times in the match, saved
nine of 11 breakpoints — but the two he lost were in the second
set as the Swiss star closed it out in 1 hour, 11 minutes.

“In the second set, I started to return better,” Federer said.
“Tf I wanted to make a return, I could. Usually, I return very

Federer will play Richard Gasquet of France in the second,
“Matches against players like Gasquet can always be diffi-

cult,” Federer said. “I have to be realistic — this is going to be
a mental rather than physical tournament.”

BSC gets ready for 2006 volleyball classic _

AFTER a delay in getting started last
month, the Baptist Sports Council i is all
geared up to get its 2006 volleyball clas-
sic underway on Saturday at the DW
Davis Gymnasium.

Named in honour of the newly
appointed Bahamas National Baptist
Missionary and Educational Conven-
tion's National Youth Director, the Min-
ister Dereck Munroe Volleyball Classic
will showcase teams in a competitive,
short but sweet season through the end
of July, according to BSC director Brent
Stubbs.

"We want to first of all apologise for
the delay in getting started.

“But we had some knits that
we had to sort out," Stubbs
remarked.’

"With those problems now behind us,

we are delighted to.announce the com-
mencement of the league.

"And with Minister Dereck Munroe
coming on board as our newly appointed
National Youth Director, we thought it
would be a fitting tribute to one of our
outstanding player/coaches of our league.
Minister Munroe has done a tremen-
dous job with the New Bethlehem Bap-
tist teams over the years."

Vital

Minister Munroe replaces Evangelist
Clinton Minnis, who is, expected to be
honoured by the BSC when the annual
track and field classic is held in July or
August. Minnis, according to Stubbs, has
played a vital role in the success of the
BSC, during his tenure in office and as

"

such deserves the accolades.

The recognition for both Manibe and
Minnis follows on the heel of the tribute
that was paid to the Rev. Harrison
Thompson, who was honoured during
the basketball season for his contribution
to the BSC as the former Permanent
Secretary of the Ministry of Youth, Sport
and Culture.

With the season being indoors from
the Charles W. Saunders High School's
playing field, Jean Street, Stubbs said
they are anticipating even greater per-
formances from the teams participating
this year.

Entered so far in the men's division
are defending champions Golden Gates,
runners up Macedonia, Emmanual, Zion
Baptist East/Shirley Street and New
Bethlehem. {

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runners-up Golden Gates and New

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Bethlehem are entered in the ladies‘. :

division. With the exception of New.

Bethlehem, the 19-and-under division is -

comprised of just Golden Gates and
Macedonia.

Champions

And in the 15-and-under division!

defending chamnions New Bethlehem, «

runners-up Macedonia, Golden Gates:

and St. Paul's Baptist Fox Hill are |.

‘entered.

All teams ered and any team wish-
ing to join are urged to be at the DW
Davis Gym on Saturday at 10am when
the drawing will be done to determine

. who will play who in the season opener.

exhausted emotionally and tired physically, and playing ona _| '
completely different surface. As long as I win, it’s good.”

If Federer wins the Halle tournament, he will equal the
record of 41 straight grass-court wins set by Borg from 1976 to ; |



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of the most eagerly anticipat- ing to compete in the 200m. The men’s 400m hurdles
ed events on Saturday's sched- instead. event will also be, a hot one
ile, iietes iry toeapturea |) With Brown out of the race — with collegian Douglas Lynes-
qu espoton the Senior the ‘catch me man’ will be — Bell,-Ednol Rolle and Carlyle

: American and = Moncur, who has secured the Thompson taking part.

bbean (CAC) games — fastest time heading into the So far Lynes-Bell has

roa competition. clocked a time of 50.58 sec*

he event will have more Moncur blew away the field onds with Rolle having a time

ihan six Olympians compet-.— with a time of 45.45 seconds. — of 52.81 seconds and Thomp-
ine: national record holder Trailing in second witha time — son 53.07 seconds.

\ Moncur, Nathaniel of 46.05 seconds is Bain The weekend competition
M ey, Dennis Darling, then Darling with 46.12 sec- will also serve as a qualifying
( Tim Munnings — onds. meet for the NACAC under
and Andre Willams. Collegian Miller isin fourth 23 competition, set to take



Also joining the chase will with a time of 46:79 seconds, — place in Santo Domingo, July
be: John Ingraham, Ramon while Ingraham and McKin- — 7th-9th.

Andretti Bain. Ina ney have posted 46.83 seconds The CAC competition will
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Falcons take title
in Atlantis clash

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sporis Reporter



A CLASH between two of the most dominant players in the Atlantis
Interdepartmental Basketball League, resulted in a tightly contested
championship game that was not decided until the game’s final minutes.

Salathial Dean and The Marina. Village Falcons were able to pull
away from Ernest Saunders and the Surveillance Eagles midway
through the fourth quarter to capture the coveted title with'a'97-85 vic-
tory. : 1 5

The Falcons’ ability to alter their game play was crucial to their
success and made life miserable for the Eagles on the defensive end of
the floor.

Led by the nearly unstoppable scoring ability of Dean, the floor lead-
ership of Kirk Neely, and a much deeper bench, the Falcons were
able to develop an outside/inside combination that the smaller Eagles
could not defend consistently for four quarters.

Both teams opened.the game defensively in three-two zones, how-
ever the Falcons got out to an early lead due to Dean’s sharpshooting
from beyond the arch.

They also dominated both the offensive and defensive glasses, with ,
a frontcourt that towered over tae Eagles.

What they lacked in size, the Eagles, made up for with intensity
and hustle plays that kept them in the game.

Saunders placed the fate of the Eagles offence squarely on his

Ho uivors scoring }Lotthe team’s 17 first quarter points.

ilowever, with Sauinders taking a much needed breather midway
through the second quarter, the Falcons opened up a 14 point lead while
the Eagles looked disheveled on both ends of the floor.

Saunders would again propel his team offensively as he re-entered
the game, and alongside Horatio Poitier and Reggie Smith, sparked a
run that quieted the heavily pro-Falcons crowd and brought the Eagles
within |. eis

The Faleons would respond in a major way, reinserting the starting 2 Loo
lincup and ending the quarter on a 9-0 run to open up a:46-34 lead at A ; :
halftime. ae Bea «ie

‘The scrappy Eagles would not go quietly, as they fought their way ‘
back into the game with a tenacious Gie.twoltne full court press that lt ba,
harassed the Falcons guards for much of the third quarter.

Poitier carried the load for the Eagles offensively in the quarter, but
the Falcons balanced scoring attack kept the lead just out reach.

A brief power outage halted both the game and the Eagles momen-
Cum.

When play resumed, the Falcons returned to the dominant play on
both ends of the floor that got them the game’s early lead.

Fast break points in the fourth quarter propelled the Falcons to.a
double digit lead with just under three minutes left in the game, but this
time the Eagles could not answer with another run as the “Dirty
Birds” captured another Interdepartmental championship.

Preceding the championship game, the Managers of the Ocean Club
and Atlantis squared off in the “Manager’s Game.”
nce Miller (left) goes up for a lay-up against Despite not having the thrill or high skill level of the Championship
icanes team as the managers go head-to-head game, it was indeed a crowd favouriteas the Atlantis Managers blew
out the Ocean Club Managers 60-37.





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He is survived by his wife, Edna Deal Greene;
one son, Patrick; seven grand children, Patrick,

Jasmine, Patrick Ill, Monique, Nadia, Deserie, Patrice,
Christpinque, Jeffry; two sisters, Rowena Greene,
Mary Cleare; nieces and nephews, Edward, Thodore,
Paul, Maria, Marcel, Pat, Donna, Barbara, Gordett,
Dominique, Marge Sandry and Mason Duncanson;
great grand nieces and nephews, Claude, Adrian,
Owen, Mario, Marcian, Mark, Paul, Evan; In laws,
grand daughters-in-law, Agatha Greene, Marolyn,
Cheryl, Shelia, Sylvia, Patrice Dawn and Shandelle,
Jenessa, Rena, Patsy White, Maury, Rene, Rena,
Carolyn. Yvette, Loran, Oral, Edwin, Derek, Howard
and Gary Robert, David, Johnny, Rudy, James, Paul,

Q.B. Rabmond, Kirkland, Jeffery Deal, Merina, Ann,

Whelma, Lassy, Maltina, Norma, Judy, Hope,

Maltina, Norma and. Spurgen Smith; numerous -
relatives and friends. —



Relatives and friends may pay their last respects
at the P.L.P headquarters Farrington road on Friday
from 10:00am to 6: 00pm, At the Church on paLiaey
from 9:00am to service time.



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In Memory of . Card of Thanks for
eatrice Burrows

; Hendrick Shane Barton

1973-2005

Greatly miss by Parents: Charles and Marlene Barton
Sisters: Aniska, Charlene, and Richae Barton, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and a
host of other relatives and friends.



May His Soul Rest In Peace



Card of Thanks for the Late Hendrick Shane Barton

“Precious Memories how they linger
We thank the Lord for 31 years wonderful years of your life.”

Thank you for your prayers, flowers, cards, donations to the Holy Family For all the Players; Pp hone calls, Vistts
building Fund. Special thanks to: Archbishop Patrick Pinder, Holy Family extended to us during are time of

Pastoral Team, Holy Family faith community, Monsignor Culmer, Monsi- bereavement Special thanks to Fr

gnor Roberts, Fr. Kendrick Forbes, Fr. Elvardo Turnquest, Deacon

Gregory Taylor, Aquinas College Class of 1992, Bahamas Hotel Training Cooper, Deacon Andrew Burrows,
College Diploma #19 The Management and staff of Radisson Hotel, Monsignor Culmer Monsignor Roberts
) )

Especially the Catering and Convention Dept. Demeritte Funeral Home,

PICCU Credit Union,Union, Bridal Association, Dr. Judson Eneas, the entire Holy Family community,

Shee na Antonio Collie, Dr. Patrick Cargill, Mr. Desmond Banniste :
Frank Watson, Betty Fox and control staff of Majestic Tours, TEC # Step hanie Sargent and staff of Female

Bahamas Home Builders Show. And many others to numerous to Inet Medical I Princess Margaret Hospital.

tion. It was a rough year without you but with God's help we made it
thus far.





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His Legacy —
In celebration of the life of the wind beneath our wings, Our Daddy
Enoch Emmanuel Cunningham, JP, MO.. This Father’s Day, he
does not sit at the head of our dinnnig table, but instead, he sits with
the Father of Fathers at rest in the Lord. There is a legacy left behind
and hundreds of wonderful memories for us to cherish. Daddy’ s
spirit seems ever So Diesen with us. :

When we kneel in prayer, we hear his voice saying “Seek ye first

the Kingdom of God”. When we sit in our weekly Sunday family
gatherings, we hear him saying “ Family is important, stick together’.
When we have to discipline our children, we hear him saying “Train
~ up-a child in the way he should go”.

_ When we have to make a business/financial decision we hear him
saying “In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy
paths. Plan for your future, and it would be good to grow old.”

It is an honour and a privilege to call Enoch Emmanuel Cunningham,
Daddy, for he exemplified the word Father, just like God designed
a Father to be. His legacy lives on in our hearts and in our lives.

Mark (Andy), Deanna & Dwight

Our Thanks

His wife Brenda, the children and all of the family of the Late Enoch
- Emmanuel Cunningham extend thanks to the many, many, many
persons who ministered to them during their time of sorrow. You
have touched our lives through your act of kindness, expressions
of sympathy, your prayers, telephone calls, visits, floral arrangements,
food and other expressions of love.

Special thanks are extended to Bishops Elgarnet B. Rahming,
Rudolph V. Bowe, Nathaniel Beneby, Ghaly Swann, Pastors Dale
Moss, Terrence Forbes, Stephen Greene, Reverends J. Carl Rahming,

Michael Symonette, John Roker, Carrington Pinder, the Tabernacle |

Concert Choir, the Bahama Brass Band, the Colina Imperial Family,

East Street Men’s Fellowship Choir, the members of the Churches .

‘of God of Prophecy, Shirley Street, Englerstton and Elizabeth
Estates, the staff of ICU at Doctors Hospital, Doctors Conville
Brown, Francis and Dwayne Sands, Mr. T.J. Ford, Mr Tappy Davis,

Montague Swim Club, the Management and Staff of Bahamas | |
Business Solutions, East Sunrise Mortuary, Ridgeway neighbours |}

and friends, the Bible Society.



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KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED
22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

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MRS. JUNE M. DISSTON.

A resident of The Bahamas since 1949, who died
peacefully at her home in Lyford Cay, New
Providence, The Bahamas, will be held at St.
Christopher's Church, Lyford Cay on Saturday,

June 17, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Archdeacon Keith Cartwright will officiate.






















Mrs. Disston was pre-deceased by her husband,
Jacob S. Disston III and her only sister, Paddy.
Williams and is survived by her son, Jacob S.
Disston IV; her daughters, Sarah Disston, Beth
Morton and Carla Clark; grandchildren, Natalie
and Grace Disston and Christine and Gregory
Morton; daughter-in-law, Margaret Disston; son-
in-law, Linwood Clarke; brother-in-law, Derek
Williams and family, including David, Philip, Jane,
Fiona and Sally and their families, and many dear
friends.



Instead ae flowers, donations may be made to
The Lyford Cay Foundation, P. O. Box N-7776, in
memory of Mrs. June M. Disston.

Arrangements by Kemp's Funeral Home Limited,
22 Palmdale Avenue, Nassau, The Bahamas.





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Full Military Funeral
Service for

Principal Officer _

Van Jerome Johnson, 56,























Clarence Knowles,




Road.


























Knowles, Hudley Hanna, Roosevelt Arnett, Tanya Minus, Vicente’ Roberts and

Cedar Crest Funeral Home

Robinson Road and First Street ¢ P.O.Box N-603 « Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328- -1944/393- 1352

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



Cherished memory are held by his wife, Kathleen; sons, Orree, Jason and :
Owen; grandchildren, Jerome’, Orenique, Janell and Orielle; daughters-in-law, |
Hope and Shereene; mother, Pearl; brothers, Hartman, George Jr. of Savannah,
Georgia, Byron, Michael of Freeport, Deckrey and Pastor Gregory Johnson of |
Governors Harbour, Eleuthera; sisters, Deborah Miller, Joan Evans, Mary Bowe

. and Constance Moss; parents-in-law, Samuel and Luecinda Knowles; brothers- :
in-law, Samuel Jr., Philip and Livingston Knowles, Rueben "Bob" Miller, Leslie :
Hanna, Christopher "Salty" Evans, Neville Moss, Ray Strachan, Joseph Eley, :
Neil Morris, Carlos Dievieull, Barry Nairn, Darren Davis; sisters-in-law, Dianne ;
Eley of Orlando Fla; Lucille Strachan, Marion Morris, Albertha Nairn, Beatrice :
Dievieull and Paulamae Davis of Freeport Grand Bahamas, Valerie Knowles, :
Gloria, Dorothy, Keva, Marlene and Christine Johnson; uncle, Charles Gibson }
of The Bluff, Eleuthera; aunts, Irma Johnson, Sylvia Saunders, Maria Gibson ::
and Margaurite Dahl; aunts-in-law, Olean Dorsette, Adline and Isabella Burrows, :
Ceceila Samuels and Cynthia Adderley; numerous nephews and nieces, Irene, :
Rochelle, Tiffany, Geneice, Dereth, Karl, Barry, Kenya, Micah, Michael Jr., :
Kendon, Alan, Gerrard, Megan, Francesca, Reuben, George II] and Deckrey Jr
Johnson, Dwight and Tessa Miller, Gareth and Bradford Hanna, Lawan, Krystal :
and Tariug Evans, Torry and Ryan Moss, Sophia Colebrooke, Frederick, Leslie, :
Kevin, Tyrone, Portia and Sonia Bowe, Winston Gaitor, Kejanna Lisa and Nehru :
Newton, Fred Smith, Manera Oliver, Ntieado, Sam- G, Katrice, Sam-Don, :
JueRissa, Theodore, Gregory, Tamara, Deandrea and Tabatha Knowles, Ray and ;
Garrette Strachan, Shellane Major, Neil Morris jr, Bianca and Antonio Dievieull, :
Shakara, Shazard and Shavannya Bell, Beria Nairn, a host of other nephews, :
nieces, grand nephews and nieces to numerous to mention; numerous godchildren
and host of other relatives and friends, Sheryl Fountain, Dorothy Gilbert, Dr. !
Ricky and Kim Davis and Family, Vantina Russell, Leonard Perpall, Randell :



‘ Jr, Samantha and Barrington Rolle, Jr., Vernon and Albanese Burrows, Eleanor
family, The Burrows, Pinders, Bain, Butler, Gibson, Strachan, Spence, Bullards, :
Henfield, Dahl, Regis, Thompson, McDonald; Dorsette, Gilbert, Fountain, Major, :
McPhee, Hanna, Miller, Evans, Innis, Stubbs, Knowles, Davis, Nairn, Taylor and :
families, staff of Her Majesty Prison, staff of Harbourside, Paradise Island, Bishop :
Delton Fernander and family, Rev. Clarence Knowles, Rev. Tyrone Knowles, :
Rev. Trajean Jadorette, New Destiny Baptist Cathedral family, Rev. Dr. John }
Rolle, Mt. Nebo Baptist Church family, Min. McIntosh, Mr. Lionel Lotmore, Mr. :
Leon Taylor, Mrs. Willamae Wells, The Communities of Bel-Air, Baldwin Avenue, '

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Myrton Ave, Eastwood, Staff of Pineapple Air, Staff of Major's Air, BahamaHost
No.521, staff of Pan American Health Organization, Staff of Ministry of Health
and the Staff of Adolescent Health.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home,
Robinson Road and First Street on Friday from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m., and at the
church on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until service time.





a resident of Eastwood Estate, will be :
held 10:00a.m., Saturday, 17th June, }
2006 at New Destiny Baptist Church, !
Baillou Hill Road, south of Wulff Road. !
Officiating will be Bishop Delton :
i Fernander, Rev. Leonard Clarke, Rev. !
Rev. Tyrone }
4 Knowles, Rev. Trajean Jadorette and :
Rev. Dr. John Rolle. Interment will be :
made in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier :

Aneka Lacarva Kemp, 24 |

a resident of Elizabeth Estate, will be held
12:00noon, Sunday, 18th June, 2006 at
New Providence Seventh-day Adventist
| Church, Soldier Road. Officiating will be
| Pastor Ricardo Bain and Elder Audley
__| Rahming. Interment will be made in
| Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Cherished memory are held by his mother,
Kevamae Kemp; three brothers, Police
Recruit 3042 Ovando Kemp, Lorenzo
Darling and Darren Morris; two sisters, §
Ferrice Kemp and Army Lieutenant
Natasha Morris of Montgomery, Alabama;
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leviticus
Kemp of High Rock Grand Bahama;
grandmother, Irena Flowers; ten uncles, Chadwick Kemp, Cp11662 William
Minnis, Cpl. 2161 Hugh Minnis, Herbert Barr, Sr. Boston Cooper, George Morris,
Daniel Roker, Thaddeus Brown, Joseph Butler and Elvis Rolle; twelve aunts,
Donna Dean of Fort Pierce, Fla., Valerie Barr, Andreanette Gaitor, Shirley Kemp,
Inez and Stacy Minnis, Nurse Joycelyn Rolle, Evamae Roker, Lindsay Brown,
Nathaiee Butler, Sabrina and Cynthia Morris; two nieces, Daranell Morris and
Jayden Thompson; one sister-in-law, Claudell Morris; one grandaunt, Carmie
Nesbitt; six granduncles, Othman and Carwell Higgs of Rochester, New York,
Leroy Higgs, Johnson Bay, South Andros, Wilfred Kemp, Elijah Nesbitt and
Arnold Burrows; cousins, Doris and Sequestor Hooper of Fort Pierce, Fla.,
Roseanna and Ricardo Christie, Raquel and Kevin Edgecombe, Herbert, Jr.,
Valerie Barr, PC 48 Lavardo Kemp, Tomico, Terry, Valeria, Chadwick, Jr., Ervin
and Dyian Kemp; Shanique, Daniel, Pedrika, Pedra, Kareem, William Jr., Jacobee,
Azaria. Hugh, Jt., Taneisha and Sonae Minnis, WPC 56 Lakeisha, Laketra and
Elumique Rolle, Latoya, Timothy and Timoya Cooper, Lashanda, Georgette and
Antonio Morris, lakeya Dean, Austin and Clifton Pinder, James Carey, Theresa
Rolle, Ricardo Laroda, Pamela Bethel, Catherine Joseph, Yashica King, Junno
Russell, Sonia Brown, Tanya and J oselyn Strachan, Glen and Ronald Woodside,
Thaddeus and Senica Brown, Juan Cartwright, Carltonique Laroda, Clifton Pinder,

and Roy Smith, Drs. Leon and Alvira Higgs, Audley and Marjorie Rahming, Carl
and Eleanor Higgs, Joyce Roberts, Harrison and Jennie Wilson, Cpl. 69 Virgil
and Brenda McPhee, Enamae and Gary Pinder and family, WRC Idamae and
Byron Russell, Sgt. 1601 Alfred and Cheryl Kemp, Bernice Wilson and a host
of other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home,
Robinson Road and First Street on ey from 12 noon n to 6:00 P.m., and at

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FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

DELORES MARIA FRAZIER,
40

of Hospital Lane, will be held on Saturday
June 17, 2006 at 11:00am at Oasis of
Love Ministries Faith Avenue. Officiating
will be Bishop Chester Rolle assisted by
Rev. Oswald Gardiner. Interment will follow
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Her memory will always linger in the
earts of, father, Alfred Fraizer; adopted
mother, Albertha Mason; children, Tonya
Knowles and Alissa Frazier; son-in-law,
Walter Knowles; grandchildren, Walton Knowles and Tonneisha; sister, _
Lolita Simmons, Deborah McQueen, Fredrica Lockhart, Latesha Clarke’
and Pamela Mason; brothers, Mario Adderley, Ricardo Mason, Perry.
Mason, James Mason, Andrew Mason and Nemone Mason; step-sister,
Dorcas Williams; step-brothers, Daniel and Andre Williams; sister-in-
law, Paulette Mason; brothers-in-law, Kevin Lockhart, Kirkwood Clarke
and Seron McQueen; aunt, Princess Cooper; uncle, Walter Davis of -
Fort Pierce Florida and Daniel Mason; nieces, Kimberly and Patrice
Simmons, Keva Lockhart, Desironte McQueen, Georgette Watkins,
Vashti Clarke, Andrea, Andriniqua, Andesa, Paris, Lorraine, Amanda,
Monica, Jameka, Levinia, Rickell and Richelle Mason; nephews, Delano
a Frazier, Sean Wilson, Cortez and Derell Hanna, Kirkwood Clarke Jr,
Shequille Ramsey, Ricardo Jr., Gerard and Andrew Mason Jr; grand
aunt, Maria Maycock; a host of other relatives and friends including,
Joseph Adderley and family, Calvin Mason and family, Ora Woodside °
and family, Oris Lockhart, Rev. Oswald and Myrtle Gardiner and family,
Rev. Anthony and Cheryl Carroll and the Antioch Native Baptist family,
Bishop Chester and Letty Rolle and the Oasis of Love Ministries, Pastor
Frankie Scott and The Bahamas Holy Bible Mission church family,
Vernita Davis and family, Arinita Hinsey and family, Camille Rolle and
family, the Holbert and Taylor family, the Lockhart and Curling family,
Pandora Joseph family, Portia Rahming and family, Florence Greenslade
and family, the Wilkinson and Allen family, the Perpall family, Christine
Lightbourne and family, Mrs. Beryl Bastian and family, Pandora Forbes
and family, Delthene Carey and family, Jeffrey, Shanelle and Cheryl,
Elsie Sears and family, Julia Adderley and family, Eleanor Whylly and
family, Kendal Darling and family, Lawrence Lightbourne and family, Ira
Grant and family, Jestina Gilbert, Laverne Smith, Thalia Joseph, the
staff of Nassau Flight Services, the staff of Cavalier Construction
Company and Bobcat Bahamas, Female Medical II and the Dialysis
unit of PM.H , C.H. Reeves junior high school and a host of other
relatives and friends.
The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer chapel at Ferguson's
Funeral Directors, 7th Terrance Collins avenue on Friday from 10am to
Spm and on Saturday at the. church from taro until service time.




























































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“© Bethel Brothers Morticians|

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

WENDAL "RED"
ROLLE, 68

| of Manhattan, New York, formerly
1 of Nassau, Bahamas died June 8,

Wendal is survived by his wife

Ethelyn Russell-Rolle; his mother,

Maud Rolle; six children, Leslie

Rolle of New Jersey, Stephen Rolle,

9 Jacqueline Gibson, Judith Dixon

and Jeanette Rolle all of Maryland

and Joan Rolle-Wright of Florida; one daughter-in-law, Marasol
Rolle; three sons-in-law, Robert Gibson, Duane Dixon and Lawrence
Wright; 19 grandchildren, Keara, Terrence and Tiffany Rolle,
Domenique and Justin Gibson, Andre D'Angela and Juwan Dixon,
Naeemah Rolle, Andre Newton. Wayne, Cardinal, Noelle, Dinielle,
Isiah, Savion and Emmanuel Wright; two brothers, Joseph and
Burgess Winder; two sisters, Edwina Burrows and Althea Rodgers;
mother-in-law, Inez Russell; seven brothers-in-law, Harold Rodgers,
Bruce, Ormond and Garry Russell, Anthony "Boozie" Rolle, Carl
Brice and Keith Robinson; five sisters-in-law, Evelyn Winder,
Pauline Winder, Elva Rolle, Angela Russell and Patrenda Brice ;
three aunts, Muriel Lightbourne, Jeannie Winder and Ellajane
Adderley (Aunt Tempy), two aunts-in-law, Natalie and Doris Smith
and two uncles-in-law, Bill Lightbourne and Rev. Ralph Russell;
nieces, Jennifer, Juanita, Cheryl and Earla Rolle; Priscilla Wilson,
Deniece McPhee, Lisa Thompson, Michelle Liu, Marsha Winder,
Veronique Lightbourne, Tracee Lightbourne, Gemma Rolle, Brittany,
Francine, Krysta Savannah, Nancy and Elaine Russell, DeShannon
and Destanee Brice; nephews, Earlyn Rolle Jr., Terrance Winder,
Andrew Rolle Dionne, Neil and Paul Winder, Quentine, Eddie,
Leslie and Corey Burrows, Shane, Bryant, Pierre, Bruce Jr., Ray
and Ellsworth Russell, Oran McPhee and Corey Lightbourne,

A host of other relatives and friends including Sandra Coleman,
Norma Elliott, Patricia and Christopher Horseford, Mable and Lee
Moultrie, Alfred Elliott and family, Joyce Drakes and family, Renold
and George Lightbourne, Florence Rolle and family, Wealthy Gomez
and family, Osbourne Sawyer and family, Eddie Archer and family,
Eneas Theophilus and family, Arlington Butler and family, Andrew
Conliffe and family, Nelson Brennen and family, Brownell and
Elliott Bowe, Coral Sawyer, Ramon Newton, Bill Moss of New
York, The Wilkinsons and Fergusons (Burial Ground Corner family),
Dr. John Cappola and staff of St. Vincent's Hospital, Wendal's
Buddies at Same Ole Place, Chicos, The Cotton Tree Club and
Major's Inn.

Funeral service will be announced at a later date.





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“© Bethel Brothers Morticians
i Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030 =
Nassau Street, P.0.Box N-1026 eS :

Tein chal









x, (494






on Saturday 1:00 p.m. at







Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens,
J.F.K. Drive.



Left to cherish her memory is her children, Geneva Cash,
Margaret Fernander and Basil Cash; adopted children,
Joseph Rolle, Ednol Cash, Ismae Newbold, Linda Cash,
Doron Cash, McKennon Fernander, Kingcade Fernander
and Vivan Johnon; one (1) sister, Thelma Neilly of Lower
Bogue, Eleuthera; one (1) brother, Oswald Frazier:
grandchildren, Annamae' Forbes, Donie Cash, Elouise and
Ricardo Fernander, Fran Brice, Elene, Palma and Tony








Lakera Cash, Lavana and Isiah Ferguson, Mark and Mary
Toote, Chanerdo Woodside, Monclisa, Tamara and J oseph
Forbes; great greatgrandchildren, Romonica Demeritte,
Lavonte Ferguson, Chanelle and Stephen Thompson,







Donardo and Devon Cash; two (2) daughters-in-law,










of #8 Rowena Drive Claridge
Road and formerly of Lower |
Bogue, Eleuthera will be held |

Ebenezer Methodist Church, —
East Shirley Street. Pastor
Loyley Martin will officiate. |








relatives and friends.

Llewelyn Cash, _

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
_ Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m.
- to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 11:30 a.m.
- until service time.

MEMORIAL SERVICE
for _

Geneva Jane :
Johnson-Dean, 83

of #17 Theodora Lane and
formerly of East Street, South will
1 be held on Friday 6:00 p.m. at
| Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom
Hall, Theodora Lane, off Tonique
Williams-Darling Highway

Ferguson; great-grandchildren, Lachell, Megan, and Kiara _
Fernander; Azarus Brice and Barry Brice Jr., Latario Smith, |
_ Manninen and Risa Petty; five (5) sons, Allison, Maxwell,
_ Kenric and Michael Dean and Wellington Gibson; three
, (3) sisters, Olga Smith, Inez Gillings and Fredericka

_ Ferguson; daughters-in-law, Betty-Jane, Helen, Yvonne
Taranique Brown, Justin, Shantania and Alicia Forbes, _ and Renee Dean and Deborah Gibson; one (1) brother,
_ Joseph Johnson Jr.; grandchildren, Shelly Coston, Rory

Katherine and Emberald Cash; two (2) sisters-in-law, Olga _and Andrew Dean, Kristov Dean, Dearda Rahming,
Frazier and Francina Albury; cousins, Caroline Neilly and | Shaneeka Thomas, Lamar, Ryan and Tamal Dean, Kari
family, Floria, Grace and Dwan Fernander; Elsie Hunter | Manninen and he Manninen: Ritchie: three (3) preat.
ac fae pe aS a se : a eee a | grandchildren, Jada and Danielle Rakming and Dhane
amily, Maria Carey and family, Ruth Cash and family, — : : eee
Rosmand Flower and family, Violet Kelly and family, and © Coston; one ( 1) aunt, Megan Taylor; numerous nieces and

Millie Smith and family; numerous nieces and nephews: @°P hews and a host of other relatives and friends.
Issie, Corren and Floria Frazier, Annamae Davis, Iva |
Williams, Verniesha Gaitor, Susan Darville, Joy, Bertha, |
Jessie, David, Calvin, Jothan, Remon, Londly, Rudolph,
and Challey and Alpheaus Neilly; and a host of other

Left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Yvonne

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.






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ee

















28
&
Santura
Adderley, 19

Officiating will be.









Public Cemetery.










Patrice Pratt, Olive and Charlotte Smith, Agnes Taylor, Edith and

and other relatives and friends including, Apostle Leon Wallace and :
_ The Voice of Deliverance Church family, Gaynor Gibson,.Lashanta |
Taylor, Tracey Pratt, Crystal Rahming, Deandra Roker, Thelma :
_ Gibson, Ezekiel, Idella's, Stephen and Helen Pratt. :











Bridgetta Adderley,

of Burnt Ground :
Long Island will be :
held on Saturday June :
17th, 2006 at Church :
of God of Prophecy, -:
Burnt Gorund Long :
Island at 10:00 a.m. :



Apostle Leon Wallace, :
assisted by Pastor Garnet :
Rolle and other ministers :
of the gospel. Interment will :
. follow in Ghinton's Long Island :

Left to cherish fond memory are their |
parents, Andrew and Maxine Adderley; Bridgetta's 2 daughters, :
Bendisha and Benzontae; 2-brothers, Falcolm and Omega Adderley; :
grandfather, Maxwell Adderley; grandmothers, Christina and Irene :
Adderley; 8uncles, Malcolm, Abram, Hemrock, Antorn, Romeo and :
Sidney Adderley, William Taylor and Jerry Knowles; 9 aunts, Cora, :
Tanya, Ivy, Darnell and Mavis Adderley, Mavis Knowles, Edna :
Queen, Helen Taylor and Ada Miller; 16 granduncles, James :
Smith,David Pratt, Granvielle Pratt, Lernox Taylor, Reuben Gibson, ;
Ezekiel Adderley, Gland Woodside, George and Samuel Pratt, Kiaser :
Wilson, Hubert Miller, Rex Adderley, Tracey Styles, Levi Adderley, :
Thomas Pratt.and Ernest Adderley; 22 grandaunts, Miriam, Jestina,
Magnola, Evelyn, Eunice, Jenevee, Queen, Idella, Dencer, Rowena :
and Geneva Adderley, Theresa Miller, Gemndina, Margaret and :

“Jaw, Gary Heild, Dwight Thompson and Amos Ferguson; nephews,
Johnnie Stubbs, Roy and Morris Higgs, Clement, Austin Watkins,

Eva Wilson and Alfreda Woodside; 3 nephews, numerous cousins ;

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 9

‘Gvergreen

rtuary

Harrold Road ¢ P.O. Box N-4404
Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: 242-341-6451 ° Nights 242-322-3242
24 Hour Cell: 242-427-5414



Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreeu
Mortnary on Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 12:00 noon and at the church
in Burnt Ground Long Island on Friday from 6:00 p.m. until time.

Thomas Lesley Higgs
better known as" Les"
90

of Flamingo Gardens and forfherly
of Larrimore's Turks and Caicos
Island and Inagua will be held on
Saturday June 17 2006 at Carmichael
* ~~} Bible Church, Carmichael Road at
| 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor.
Dan Simmons assisted by Pastor.
Carl Farquharson. Interment will
follow in Woodlawn Garden
Cemetery, Soldier Road.

He is survived by his children, Clara Robinson, Rose Higgs, and
Agatha Grant; adopted children, Daphne Seecharran, Phildia Lozique,
Mitsie Miller and Rodger Bullard; 1brother, Deacon. Alton Higgs;
1 sister, Nancy Henfield; 1brother-in-law, Jeffrey Henfield; grand-
children, Denise Heild, Terry and Candace Pickering, Travelyn
Thompson, Lunita Ferguson, Allison Simmons, Anthony, George,
Jason Higgs, Tanya Higgs, Linda Rigby, Lorna and Derek Grant and
Waynette Eddison; numerous greatgrand-children, grand-sons-in-

Benjamin, Henry, Marshall, Davis, Fritz-Allen and Donnie Higgs;
nieces, Yvonne Seymour, Evette Miller, Marjorie Heild, Ann
Symonette, Mary Dean, Jane Rolle, Pat McKenzie, Louise, Wee and
Tarsha; a host of other relatives and friends including the entire
Carmichael Bible Church family, The Higgs, Missicks and Greene
family, Carl Farquharson, Thomas Pickering, Luther Roker, Pastor.Dan
Simmons, Matthew Town Inagua Community, The Community of
Larrimore's Turks and Caicos Island, The Flamingo Garden Clinic
and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreen Mortuary,
Harold Road on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and again at
the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time.



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Rock of Ages
I uneral Chapel

Wulff Road & Pinedale
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 © Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
Etazienne Petit, 87


















a resident of Cowpen Road,
and formely of Haiti will be
held at New Haitian Mission }
Baptist Church, Palm Beach
Street saturday Juné 17th
2006 at 1:00 P.M. Officiating
| Rev. Dr. Cherelus Exante
other Minister of the gospel. Interment: Southtern
Cemetry Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.



Left to cherish her memories is her daughter:
Florence O'Brien; one son: Yone Pierre of Haiti;
numerous grand children including: Shantell O'Brien
Minnis; and a host of other relatives and friends.





Friends may pay there last respects at the Rock
of Ages Funeral Chapel, Wulff Road & Pinedale
on Friday from 10:00 A.M. To 6 P.M and the Church
on Saturday from 12:00 noon until funeral time.





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Commanivealth 3 Huneral Home

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independence Drive e Phone: 341-4055 \y

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. Shawn Orlando
Benjamin Jr., 18
~ affectionately
called "Block"



of Wulff Road, will be
_| held on Saturday 11:00 a.m
| at The Word Of Faith
| Tabernacle Cox Way East |
| Street South. Bishop Perry
| Newton Jr. will officiate and
_} interment will follow in the’
Southern Cemetery Cow




Pen and Spikenard Roads.
Cherished memory are held by, his lovely and divine
parents: Ms. Lydia Deveaux and Shawn Benjamin S1.;

grand-mother, Ms. Lietha Tynes; his earthly soulmate,.
Kayshelda Butterfield and unborn child; 5 sisters, Petra,
Leotha, Casha, Jia and Shawna; 4 brothers, Jameko,
Jeremy, Dwight and Jario; 13 aunts, Evelyn, Varina,
Barbara(deceased), Monique, Laura, Alfreda, Bridgette,
Shannie, Belkis, Melonie, Pocina, Thesleen and Karen;
9 uncles including, Dario, Orpheous, Lunden, Terrance,
Bernard and Robert; 2 grand-uncles, Charles and Milton
Tynes; numerous cousins relatives and friends include,
Shervain, Tanya, Natalie, Jeffery, Gema, Kenva, Cecil,
Gerald, Geraldo, Julian, Ramon, Justin, Melisa, Crystal, .
Rachea, Basil, Shavaugna, Marva, Desha, Marvin,
Stevona, Stephen, Maurice, Jemika, Shanreo, Branika,
Jonathan, Michelle, Joyketo, Ghanice, Zoe, Cecil Jr.,
Police Constable #3010 James Tynes of The Royal
Bahamas Police Force, the Nottage family, the Butterfield
family, Mrs. Mary Weir, Vaughn Pratt, Rudolph Cooper,
The Roots Junkanoo Group, the entire communities of
Rock Sound Eleuthera and Wulff Road. —



Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE
CHAPEL OF MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE
on Friday from 11 :00-7:00 p.m. and at the church on
Saturday: from 10:00 a.m. to service time.










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Theo Prince Davis, 20

formerly of. Millennium Gardens,
and a resident of Ridgeland Park
East will be held on Saturday 2:00
p.m. at Kemp Road Ministries
Kemp Road. Rev. Ivan F.Butier
Jr. will officiate and interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens
Soldier Road.
His parents, Louise Bowe and
Andre Davis; 3 brothers, Andre
_Jr. and Randy Davis and Ricardo
- Butler; 3 sisters, Adriana, Ashley
and Kiante Davis; ene -mothers, Louise and Beverly Adderley;
grandfather, Ludrick Bowe; 1 niece, Alissa; special fiiend, Karel
Williams; aunts and uncles, Elizabeth Dickerson, Kenva and
Shirleymae Davis, Ryan, Lenny, Peter and Paul Davis, Isanora
and Samuel Adderley, Edna and Cedric Hanna, Anthony and Janet
Dickerson, Portia and William McFord, Dorothy and Allen McPhee,
Shenne and Rudolph Pratt, Janet and Derek Davis, Lionel and
Stephanie Davis, Shena and Harrison Saunders, Dale and Flora
Davis, Lenora and David Shepherd, Carla and Mark Bastian,
Harriet and Raymond Rolle, Jacinta and Melvin Deveaux, Toinette
and Berkley Munnings Michael, Arnold and Dewey, Stephanie
Bowe, Donna, Maxine, Karen and Inga; | sister-in-law, Shenique
Davis; grand uncles and aunts, Doris Germany Carr of Miami
Florida, Beverly Davis, Patsy Roker, Eloise, Theophilus Davis,
Prince Bowe, David Adderley of Miami Florida and Gwendolyn
Bowe; great grand-aunts, Edith Wells, Enith McKenzie, Alma
Glinton and Olga Bowe; great grand-uncle, Prince Bowe of Fort
Pierce Florida; god-child: Troy McKinney, a host of other relatives
and friends include: Norman and Claudzeno Davis, Kermit and
Police Constable #1260 Mason Ferguson of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force. Lakezia and Jamerson Pratt, Leonardra, Dale and
John Davis. Melvin and Brian Deveaux, Cadet #21 Kimberly
Bethell, Davon Fowler, Collaine Darling, Andrea, Allen and
Charmaine McPhee, Omar, Nerissa and Natasha Davis, A.C.,
Sheneil, Peter and Deidre Davis, Raymond and Lynette Rolle,
Police Constable #1009 Rudolph Pratt of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force, Able Marine Seaman Vandyke Adderley of the Royal
Bahamas Defense Force, Paul, Paulette and Jamal Davis, Berlin
Pratt, Ericson, Deanna, Nathan, Candice, Linda Johnson and
family, Mary Marsh and family, Bats, Turbo, Mark Williams, Mark
Rolle, Michael, Don, Dante, Dino, The Bonaby Alley Crew, The
Dream Riders Biker's Club, and the communities of Millennium
Gardens and Ridgeland Park East. ae
Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL
OF MEMORiES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday trom 1:00-
|.7:00 p.m. on Saturday trom 10:30- 12:00 noon and at the church
| from 1:00 p.m. to service time.

a
Commonwealth Funeral Home,
_ Independence Drive * Phone: 341-4055 &
FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 114



Iva Eisia Clarke, 73

of Hatchet Bay Eleuthera, will be
held on Sunday 1 :00 p.m. at St.
Mark's Methodist Church Hatchet
Bay Eleuthera. Rev. Godfrey
Bethell assisted by Rev. Denzil
Clarke will officiate and interment
will follow in Big Bay Cemetery
| Hatchet Bay Eleuthera.
Cherished memory are held;
4 daughters, Irene Stubbs,
Francilda Cargill, Marilyn Rolle
and Keva Roberts; 5 sons,
Hudson, Morris, Rev. Denzil Clarke, Kenny and Clinton Clarke;
grand-children, Angela, Lavern, Carlton, Cardinal, Dianne, Melinda,
Jeffrey, Melissa and Antonia Clarke, Claudia Wilson, Alana Dwaner
and Ursula Clarke, Melanie, Kendall, Demetrius, Maurice and
Morissa Clarke, Monique Martin, Chantel and Lenishka Stubbs,
Dian Johnson, Donahue, and Kenu Cargill, Erica Burrows, Kenria
Johnson, Denzil Jr., and Desmond Clarke, Nadia Fox, Mechie,
David Jr, Damian and Anishka Clarke, Kadrianne, Shenica and

‘Daniel Clarke, Kendra Pinder, Cheslea Woods, Javaro Kemp,

Quant and Haysalah Rolle, Anarita Grant, Ashley, Shenik and
Clinton Clarkle, Mikeo and Mekayva Roberts and Dian Johnson;
50 great grand-children; 6 sisters, Daisy Ferguson, Joyce Gibson.
Cynthia Miller, Coral Pinder, Esther Rolle and Prescoia Fox; |
aunt, Myrtis Farrington; 16 nieces, Paula Rolle, Myra Kemp, Mary
Farrington, Lizzieann Taylor, Janice Pinder, Janice Mullings,
Pamela Watts, Tina Ramsey, Nova Irving, Hopel and Petra Fox,
Alicia, Katanya, Charmaine and Mikoa Rolle and Latoya Bastian;
15 nephews, Reid, Gilbert, Gordon and Mark Kemp. Daniel,
Frederick and Clarke Ferguson, Kevin and Clayton Johnson, Andil
Miller, Matthew Louis, Llarento, Shannon Fox and Brian Rolle:

. 3 daughters-in-law, Vernita, Susan and Paula Clarke: 2 sons-in-

law, Hasten Rolle and Michael Roberts; 9 sisters-in-law. Freida
Johnson, Ida, Erma, Marion, Priscella and Sybeline Clarke. Rebecca
Ferguson, Viola Rolle, and Fredamae Forbes; 6 brothers-in-law.
Spence Pinder, Ezekiel Rolle, Audley and Timothy Clarke, Rev.
Dr. Irvin Clarke and Kingsley Forbes, a host of other relatives and
friends include, St. Mark's Methodist Church family, Patsy Johnson,
Edith Hanna, Rhoda McQueen and Lydia Scavella, Coastline
Community Centre Nursing Home family, and St. Michael's
Methodist Church family

Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL OF

MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 9:30-

‘12:00 noon and at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Hatchet Bay

on Friday from 6:00-10:00 p.m. and on Sunday at St. Mark's
Methodist Church from 12:00 noon. to service time.



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Butler’s Funeral Homes & Crematorium

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

NURSE RENEE
ELIZABETH
MEADOWS, 41

will be held on Saturday, June 17th,
2006 at 12noon at United Christian
Cathedral, Flamingo Gardens.
Officiating will be Bishop Albert
Hepburn Assisted By Rev. Charles
Young, Rev. Henry Seymour and
Rev. Lester Thurston. Cremation
will follow.



Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of her One

(1) Daughter; Ebonee Turnquest; Parents; Elkin and Deaconess ;
" Eunice Meadows; One (1) Grand-mother; Remilda Young; :
Four (4) Brothers; Sean, Kendal, Minister Dwayne and Myron
Meadows; One (1) Sister; Evangelist Denise Dukes of Pembroke :

: Soldier Road.

Pines, Florida; Seven (7) Aunts; Florence L. Pratt, Deaconess
Ruth Mae Young, Sandra Meadows, Catherine Roberts, Ruthmae,
Lenora and Stephanie Meadows; Six (6) Uncles; John and Peter
Meadows, Rev. Charles Young, Fr. Thaddeus Pratt, Donald
Roberts and Jack Knowles; Eight (8) Granduncles and Aunts;
Richard and Emma, Stanley and Idena, Eusene and Emmerita,
Doris and Agatha Burrows; Thirteen (13) Nieces and Nephews;
Shunkendra, Kyundra, Duvonya, Carysma, Amaya, Bralexia,
Bralincia, Cordero, Bernando, Ty, Barkeito and Kjay Meadows
and Unique Dukes; Two (2) Sisters-in-laws; Shundra and Minister
Sherry Meadows; One (1) Brother-in-law; Erick Dukes of
Pembroke Pines, Florida; Numerous Cousins including; Mario,
Paula and Johnelle Meadows, John Jr., Oswald Jr., Simon, Brittany,
Peter Jr., Ashley and Leslie Meadows, Drs. David and Philippa
O’Brien, Antonio and Dr. Ravenna “Lisa” Hanna, Stacy and
Devaughn Cole, Anthony Sr., and Tiffany Hanna, PJ’vaughn
Knowles, W/Cpl 2432 Nadia, Charlean, Sonovia, Renaldo and
Sherron, Chad and Charles Young Jr., Deacon Reynaldo and
Camile Roberts, Ricardo Roberts, Deacon Maxwell and Elizabeth
Ferguson, Laugharah and Nicole Hue, George Archer and Willie

friends including; Bishop Albert H. and Karen Hepburn and
United Christian Cathedral family, Overseer Dr. H. Oral Brown
and the Heritage Missionary Baptist Church family and others
too numerous to mention.

of #3 Rich Cloves, Golden Gates



: Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from 10:00
: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
: and from 11:00 a.m. until service time at the church.



MRS. MAUREEN
GAY-MILLER, 77

of Fowler Street and formerly of
Fresh Creek, Andros will be held
» on Saturday, June i7! , 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at St. Barnabas Anglican
| Church, Wulff and Baillou Hill
Roads. Officiating will be The Rt.
Rev. Gilbert A. Thompson Assisted
by Canon Basil Tynes and Other
Ministers of the Clergy. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,

: Left to cherish her memories are her Three (3) daughters; Betty
: Kerr, Emily and Vivian Miller; Three (3) Sons; Vincent, Shervin
: and Charley Miller; Three (3) Grand-sons; Sashewan, Shervin
: and Charles Miller Jr.; One (1) Grand-daughter; Sydni Kerr;
: One (1) Son-in-law; Jeffrey Kerr; One (1) Sister; Betty Cooper;
: Three (3) Brothers; Philip and Langton Gay and Winston Ashe;
? Two (2) Sisters-in-law; Eulean Kerr and Shirley Gay; One (1)
: Aunt; Irie Cooper; Numerous Nieces and Nephews and a host
: of other relatives and friends including; Amy Gay and family,
: Dr. Norman Gay and family, Leroy Gay and family, Rose Butler
: and family, Janice and Stephanie Miller, Sabrina and Faye Graham,
: Wilmore, Henry, Charles, Sidney and Louis Dames, Lady
: Maguerite Pindling and family, Hon. Glenys Hanna-Martin MP,
: Cessorina Francis, Corinne and Stephanie Mitchell, Leila Greene,
: Leona Ferguson, Constance Adderley, Mildred Bowe, Dr. Reginald
: Carey, Vylma Thompson-Curling, Verna Elcott, the Minnis family
: the Staff of Chickcharnie Hotel and many others too numerous
: to mention.

Hue of Buffalo, New York and a host of other relatives and :

: Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from 10:00
: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service
: time at the Church.



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and elders.



Linda, Jason and Lamont Clarke and Bridgeann Burrows; George Jr.,

Henry, Philip, Laverne, and Clement Forbes, and Paulette Curry; Pamela,

Oscar, Darwin, Nadia, Jordana and Leonardo Rodgers; Clyde, Randy,

Samuel Jr., David and Sean Rodgers, Geovani, Gevaldo, Joicoy, George

Treg Rolle; sisters-in-law, Pamrica, Elahmae, and Valery Rodgers;

and Const. Thaddeus Rolle, Gary, Jennifer, Matthew and Mark Rolle,
Nursing Officer Patsy Taylor, Apostle Amos Rahming, Rebecca Fife,

Johnson, Hannah Johnson of Smith's Hill South Andros, Joann Moss,

| Collie, TI be Hamiltons, The Fords, Rosemary Jones, Cyprianna McDonald,

SA LORE GANADO



FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Kendal Wellington Rodgers, | red
: : Atwood Carey, James Johnson, Ira Storr, Andrew Cash, Eric King, Don
King, Irshila Cooper, Jim Wood and Family, a host of other relatives

: and friends to numerous to mention.
a resident of Guadlope Street, Golden :

Gates Estates, will be held at Grants :
Town Seventh Day Adventist Church, :
Wellington Street, on Sunday at 1:30 :
p.m. Officiating will be Pastor Andrew :
Burrows, Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe, :
Elder Kenny Deveaux and other ministers :
Interment follows in :
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. }
leaves to mourn, mother, Loretta Gertrude :
Rodgers; seven children, Nicola, Kevin, :
Ginger Minnis, Kendrick, Kieron, Kyle :
and Kachara; five brothers, Charles, Leo, Samuel, George and Sgt. 767 :
Stanley Rodgers; four sisters, Dorothy Clarke, Ellen Forbes, Evangelist
Ruthnell Forbes and Lorena Rolle; six grandchildren, Jason, Jadyn, :
Keaneau, Ketyian, Kenrick and Kenria; one son-in-law, Jason Minnis; :
| one daughter-in-law, Tysheka Rodgers; numerous nieces and nephews :
including, Nursing Officer Ellamae Blyden, Constable 1857 Prince :
Rodgers, Sgt. 1694 Warren 'Buck" Rodgers of Deadman's Cay, Long :
Island, Aaron, Karen, Willarine and Marie Rodgers; Michael, Gary, :

Randy and Allan McClain, Pastor Adlington Rolle, Alfred Cooper,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Saturday and on sunday
from 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and at the church from 12:30 p.m. until
service time.

Mr. Elisha Pratt, 86,

a resident of Rock Sound, Eleuthera,
will be held at Faith Tabernacle
Assemblies of God, Rock Sound,
Eleuthera, on Saturday June 17th, 2006
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
| Cedric H. Hall, Senior Pastor, assisted
Rev. Tyrone L. Sands. Interment follows
in Rock Sound Public Cemetery, Rock
Sound, Eleuthera.
memory are his wife, Ophelia Pratt; 1
son, Garfield Pratt; 4 daughters, Beverley









Brown, Minister Diana Stubbs, Judy Farrington and Shellie Pratt; 15
Dwayne and Tenisha Forbes, Brenda Rolle, Barbara Goodman and : of;

Kendra Johnson, Tiffanie, Shantel Newton, Lakhia Watson, Shenika, ! Darren, Brent and Travis Pratt, Craig, Sandy, Dean and Davon Pratt,

3 Ze | Terrence Stubbs and Torrien Farrington; 10 grand daughters, Darnell
Jr., and Danielle Rodgers and Tanya Armbrister; Andrew and Tremayne

Rolle; aunts, Leah Moss, Dotlyn Rodgers, Evelyn Hepburn of Clearwater, :
Florida, Masalena Rolle and Edna Rolle of South Andros, Mary and :
Lucille Rolle; uncles, Thomas Rolle and Bursil Rolle of South Andros; :
brothers-in-law, Cressel Clarke, George and Pastor Henry Forbes and :

grandsons, James Jr., Garth, Steven, Swanson, Kevin and Dwight Brown,

Knowles, Cherrie and Shenell Stubbs, Sherell, Keila, Kayon, Lisa,
Christina and Evelyn Pratt and Inderia Minnis; 60 great grand and 1
great great grand; | sister, Marion Ramsey of Rock Sound, Eleuthera;
1 son-in-law, Basil Farrington of Nassau; | sister-in-law, Merlean Pratt
of Nassau; 12 nieces, Debra Mackey, Tanya Stuart, Katy Pratt, Penny

: Pratt, Ena Mae Campbell, Euna and Edna Symonette, Gracie, Joyceann
numerous cousins including, Elder Norwood, Errington and Edmund :

Rahming, Betty Rolle, Yvonne Adderley, Coralee Munroe, Cpl. Rueben :

and Patricia Pratt, Terricitta Miller and Ruthnell Nixon; 8 nephews,
Creswell and Tyrone Pratt, Wenzel Ramsey, Joeherda, Tony, David,

' Errol and-Ivan McPhee; other relatives and friends including, Althea,

: Alsaida and Christine Bullard, Carolyn Francis, Patrick Maynard and
Sheva Farrington, James Bodie, Leroy Hutchinson, Leroy Stubbs, Helen :

family, Reginald Knowles and family, Douglas Smith and family, Annie

On : Strachan and family, Walter Sands and family, the Horton family, the
Lawrence Ash, Patrick Hepburn, Leo and Sidney Rodgers, George :

Rodgers and Miriam Strachan, Ellen Williams-and Thomas Forbes of :
Fort Pierce, Florida; nieces-in-law, Carla and Cleo Rodgers, Monique :
Clarke, Tangella Forbes, Mavis, Tina and Sonia Forbes; nephews-in- :
law, Godwin Blyden, Alfredo Burrows, Floyd Curry, Kevin Rolle, Pedro :
| Goodman, Charlie Watson, Eljay Newton and Teran Armbrister; numerous :
grandnieces and nephews, other relatives and friends, including, Albertha :
| Rodgers, Joy Reckley, Justina Rodgers, Ms. Iris Tynes and Family, :
| Prudence Mackey, Vianna Grant, Kathy, Shari Marshall, Beverley, :
| Jackie, Shirley, Reinette Hall, Florence Brown, Nursing Officer eu :

Evans family, Rev. Cedric Hall and family, Rev. Tyrone Sands and
family, Nurse Angela Richards, Nurse Prenetta Antonio, Doctor Smith,
the Rock Sound Community Clinic, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Miller and
family, the Longley family, the entire family of Price Street, Nassau
Village, Dr. Sanjay and Team of PMH, Faith Tabernacle Assemblies of
God Church family and the entire Community of Rock Sound, Eleuthera.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday
at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Rock Sound, Eleuthera from 5:00 p.m. |
-8 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service |

_ time.

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Life Road.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife,
Althea Louise Russell; sons, John Milton and LermonThomas Russell;
daughter, Althea Patricia Butler; 9 grandchildren, Janet Lousie and Lovonia
Patrice Russell, Everette Russell, Jr., Jeremy and Jamal Major, Latoya
Williams, Enriquie and Lorraine Butler; 6 great grandchildren, Lermon
Jr., Olivia, Rechea, Jeremy Jr., Dalena and Erinique; one brother, Betram
Wilson, one sister, Ethlyn Hanna; 9 nephews, 13 nieces, sister-in-law,
Gretchen Wilson; brother-in-law, Kermit Hanna and a host of other great
great grand nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends including,
Elder Jason Deveaux, Drucilla and Lynette Russell, Henry Butler, The
Arawak Cay Association, The Chippingham Community, New Destiny



Baptist Cathedral family and St. John's Baptist Cathedral 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 from 9:00 :

a.m.-2:00 p.m. and at the church from 3:00 p.m. until service time. 2 Thomas, Capt. William Henderson Sr., Valentine and Donald Henderson

: Of Freeport, Grand Bahama; seventeen grandchildren, Raquel Dawkins,
OE EIT EEE EEE Stacey, Shantel and Samuel Morgan, Kirkwood Rolle Jr., William Jr., Sean
: and Richard Henderson, Thomas, Cardo, Donell and Alexandra Henderson,
: Vanessa, Vernice and Faith Henderson and Isaac Butler; seven great-
: grandchildren, Kaleigha, Kellena and Kirkwood Rolle Jr, Orrieal, Cardero

: Jr, Tarell Dawkins and Alexander Coleby; one brother, Noel Henderson;
a resident of Armbrister Street, Fox Hill, :

will be held at the Fox Hill Cemetery, Fox :
Hill Road, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. :

Barry Strachan, 39,

Officiating will be Rev. Dr. David S
Johnson. Interment follows.

Left to cherish his memory are his 8
brothers, Julian, Philip, Kevin, Alvin,



John Henry Russell, 85 Sheldonique and Maurisha; a host of other cousins including, Daphane
a resident of#27 Howard Street, :
Chippingham and formerly of Cooper's :
Town, Abaco, will be held at New Destiny :
Baptist Cathedral, Destiny Plaza, Blue Hill :
Road, on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. Officiating :
will be Bishop Delton D. Femander, assisted :
by Rev. Clarence H. Knowles, Rev. Tyrone :
J. Knowles, Rev. Trajean Jadorette and :
other ministers of the Gospel. Interment ;
follows in Old Trail Gornetery, Abundant :



Jr.; nieces, Faye, Mardi, Tamika, Shyanne, Sherice, Elexia, Julique,

Rahming, Leta Rolle, Dave Johnson, Patrick, Peterjean and Samuel
Rutherford, Jason Rahming, Dr. Lisa Johnson, Dr. Christin Peterson,
Bridgette and Jahan Johnson, Iris Moxey, Richard Timothy and Dr. Marh
Johnson

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 gravesite
from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

Capt. Samuel Richard
Henderson, 79

aresident of Bowe Cove off Bernard Road
and formerly of Mathew Town, Inagua,
will be held at Foresight Baptist Church,
Nassau Village, on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. .
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Charles
Culmer. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

daddy will be cherished by his loving
children, three daughters, Renee Darling,
Rosie Morgan and Diane Butler of
Freeport Grand Bahama; four sons,



three sistets, Gweneth Lockhart, Terricita Henderson and Eloise Nixon;
six sisters-in-law, Mable and Lorraine Henderson, Rosely Knowles Clarke,
Shirley and Katherine Knowles and Lair Moss; five brothers-in-law, Jowel _

y Moss, Stanley Moss of Ft. Pierce, Fla., Reuben, Walter and Bruce Knowles;
: three sons-in-law, Edroy Butler of Freeport Grand, Bahama, Elmore, Alex
: Darling and Dennis Morgan; two daughters-in-law, Shirley and Laverne

: Henderson of Freeport, Grand Bahama; one grand daughter-in-law, Flora
Ettine, Cursey, Martin and Clement :

Strachan; 2 sisters, Nelcita and Genieve :
Strachan; uncles, Stephen, Rev. Dr. David,

Rev. Emmett, Dr. John and Robert Johnson;

aunts, Esmeralda Rutherford, Mary, Selina, The Culmer family, Carolyn Reede and family and The Clarke family.
Minerva and Constance Johnson; sisters- |
in-law, Carol Cunningham and Monique Strachan; brother-in-law, Don :
Knowles; nephews, Brent Scott, Byron, Police Constable 2657 Bernard :
Wallace, Dustin, Godfrey, Gregory, Philip Jr., Alvin Jr., Walton and Julian :

Cartwright Rolle; one grandson-inlaw, Terry Dawkins; four adopted.
daughters, Roselyn Marshall, Orean Munnings, Michelle Bodie, Tasha
Percentie Adderley; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Katherina Henderson 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 church
from 8:30 a.m. until service time.



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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 15

KRurtiss Memorial Mortuary
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020e Robinson Rd & 5th Street
_Tel: 325- B62 1922. 1909: 24 mous Paging SErVICS 323- 9761

BRADLEY
FERGUSON, 46

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Soldier Road.
He is survived by nine Sisters,



James Russell, Richard IJ, Keith, Clayton and Alvin Ferguson;

nieces, Shekera Beneby, Susan and Simeone Holbert, Althea, Ivy,
- Felicia and Tanya Walkes, Cindy Neely, Tamika Bowleg, Tamara :
Brown, Alexis Sturrup, Anishqua, Sidneya, Latina and Chiqueta :

Russell, Vanessa, Ryanne Ferguson, Bernell and Cheryl Turner,
Melaine, Sonia, Camille, Paulette, Satara, Tracy, Sheniqua, Michala,

and Marlon Russell, Charlie Martin, Kevin, Richard II, Conard,
Rashad, Andrew, Jason , Everette, Perez, Kalie and Storm Ferguson,
Kevin Bowleg, Sean, Ronald, Marcian, Brent, Matthew, Omar,
Floyd, Stephan, Gaius, Colby and Trevor; aunts, Winifred Richards,

Irma Ferguson, Sheila Adderley, Lovie, Magnola, Enderllyn, Nora

and Ethel Clarke; uncles, Foster, Akel, Willard and Charles Clarke,

Maryann Clarke, Nita Thompson and family, Wellington McPhee,

Audrey and Joe Clarke, Fred McPhee, Letisha Smith and family; :
Pam Fletcher, Catherine Reed, Ms. Kertel, Dan McKenzie, Terecita }
Rolle and Ivy Knowles, the Clarkes, Musgroves and the entire i
Moss Town and Hermitage communities. :

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson i
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. }
and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time. }

| of Moss Town, Exuma will be heid

Victor Cooper ass Vet
| Randy Musgrove. inter ment will :
| foliow in Woodlawn Gardens.

Alfreida Holbert, Fredericka Neely, :
Carolyn and Judy Ferguson, Murine :
Miller, Shirley Nixon, Cynthia :
Rahming, Veronica Bowe and :
Virginia Cartanight seven brothers, Arnold Holbert, Sidney and :




















| of Pirates Well, Mayaguana will be
| 10:30 a.m. at
Yamacraw Bapust Chure
Road. Ott Cl lating V
SHOP Samuei Green, P
SOm Sore endiade as
Pastor Alexander Missick and R
Howard Smith. Interment
follow in Woodlawn Gardens.
Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his memory are
his -four children, Cavashna.,
Alpachino, Chrishawn and Ajah
’ Collie; his mother. Sarah Collie;
special friend, Paula Ceres; brothers, Joseph Collie and wife Marina
of Fort Lauderdale Florida, Birkley Collie and wife Mavis, Eric
Collie and wife Charmine, Sheldon Collie and wife Patrice, Patrick
Collie and wife Sylvia and Desmond Collie and wife Nishgo;
sisters, Linda and husband Arnold Brown of Atlanta, George,
Vanda and husband Eddison Capron; Cleola and husband Arnold

held on Saturday at
; Zion

amacraw

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sisted

will

: Hamilton, Lubertha and husband Randy Moncur and Dora and

Ashley, Candice, Keisha, Zelsa, Geneva, Cornella, Corinella and husband Rustin Swain; 10 uncles, Samuel, Cornelius, Hudal,

Inga; nephews, Richard and Clifford Turner, Walter, Sean and : : : :
Gre Walkes. i Kingsley, Kendrick, and Dion Holbert, Lincoln Ruthland and Daniel Murphy; 19 aunts, Araline, Violene, Ella,

Beneby, Arnold and Frederick Neely, Marcel, Jason, Dion. Thaon Thompson, Isadora, Kathrina, Margaret, Gladys and Lulie Murphy,

: Roslyn Butler, Emily Bain, Loletha Bain and Henrietta Black;
: nieces and nephews, Keith, Joseph Jr., Jason and Robin, Rodney,

Stilman, Rufus and Stanley Collie, Cleveland, Samuel, Jacob,

Maralene, Carolyn, Edith and Jane Collie, Lolesha Bain, Lulamae

Komaal, Kirkley, Birkley Jr., O'Neal, Patrice, Cleotha, Kaynel,
Sasha, and Eva, Javon, Crensharla, Felicity, Tarsity and Eric Jr.,
Sheldon Jr., and Latrice, Patrick Jr., and Celena, Desmond Jn.

Theohilus Dames and Arthur Adderley; grand uncle, Mitchell Jasmond, Azasha and Rashad, Jamaal of Washington, Antonio,

Cooper; sisters-in-law, Veta and Gladys Russell, Judy and Darie

Ferguson; brothers-in-law, Roger Nixon, Wayne Miller and Elvis ;

Cartwright; numerous other grand nieces and nephews and a host Williams, Jumeco Maura, Donavon Brown; sisters-in-law, Anishka

of the relatives and friends including Shirley Bodie and family, | Francis, and Sheral Manta, brothers-in-law, Dwayne Brown and

Wallace "Trouble", Omar and Arimina Musgrove and famly, Mertis : Kendal Gaitor.
Deveaux and family, Ernest Munroe and family, Burdie Musgrove :

and family, Lucinda Davis, Elizabeth Hepburn, Lean Clarke and :

family, Pearl Musgrove, The Mount Zion Union Baptist Church : Murphy, Tanya Collie, Gertrude Cooper and Earnel Brown), Roland

family, Emma Hinsey and family, George Clarke and family, Rolle, Charles King, Laura McPhee, Anton Pinder, Natario, Hester

Dedrick, Arnold and Clachara, Travis, Randy and Bethany, Lakenya
and Janelle; Avante and Deshonte, Francis, Pastor Valentino

Host of other relatives aa friends including, Ashilique Capron,
Doreen Thomposn, Hon. V. Aldred Gery, (close friends Melany

and Byron Collie, Albertha Bain, Janet Patterson, Karen and

Queenie Collie, Carolyn Thompson, and the entire Mayaguana

family.
The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson

? Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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\ Reshoior Memorial
and Crematorium Limiled

NASSAU

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES



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

ma SS SERVICES FOR



BENJAMIN “PLUMMIE”
HIGGINS AGE 68

Of Oxford Drive, South Beach, Will Be
Held On Saturday June 17Th, 2006 At
10:45Am At St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church,
4Th Street, Coconut Grove. Officiating Will
Be Fr. Simeon Roberts. Interment Will
Follow In Lakeview Memorial Gardens,

John F. Kennedy Drive.

- He Is Surived By His Wife, Mizpah Higgins;
2 Daughters, Paulamae Higgins Of Freeport,
Grand Bahama And Donna Maria Higgins;
1 Son, Kelson Higgins; 1 Step Son, Morris

. Saunders Of Chicago; 2 Grandsons, Jonathan
And Christopher Higgins; 2 Granddaughters, Crystal Mcphee And Shericka
Higgins Of Freeport; 1 Great Grandson: Glenroy Rolle; 2 Brothers, Rev.
Floyd Jones And Herbert Bain; 3 Sisters, Patsy Bain Of Freport, Sandra
Taylor And Susan Higgins; 17 Nieces, Kelly, Kendra, Katheriné, Karen,
Natasha, Sydlesia, Cheretta, Larentia, Charmaine, Gidget, Felice, Deborah,
Natasha, Dorette, Moya, Yvette And Mickell Of Miramar, Florida: 13
Nephews: Floyd Jr., Mario, Rico, Jamerico, Errol, Dion, Alex, Keith, Johnny,
Kino, Ricardo, Marcian And Charles Jr. Of Orlando, Florida: 18 Grand
Nieces, 14 Grand Nephews, 2 Sisters-in-law; Gloria Higgins And Cleo
Nixon; 1 Brother-in-law: Charles D. Sweeting Sr., Cousins, Nesbitt Higgins,
Deacon Teavis Deleveaux, Johnney-mae And Cochena Deleveaux, Katie
Roberts, Ceola Missick, Olive Mirphy And Family Of Mayaguana And
Rev. Leroy Higgins And Family: Other Relatives And Friends Including,
Dr. Franklyn Walkine And Family, Mr. And Mrs. Albert Forbes And Family,
Hon. Fred Mitchell, Sir Clement T. Maynard And Family, Dr. Charles Dorsett
And Family, Cyril Dean And Family, Herbert Grant And Family, The Evans
Family, Bert Williams And Family, Mr And Mrs. Albert Forbes And Family,
John Taylor And Family, Terry Etienne And Family, Christian Lorvince,
Management And Staff Of Lakeview Memorial Gardens, Eastern Star Lodge,
Roosevelt Mackey And Family, Anthony Smith And Family, Management
And Staff Of Air Ambulance, Management And Staff Of Million Airport,
Management And Staff Of Epcot Medical Centre, Don Mackey,And Family,
Yvonne Campbell And Family, Richard Young And Family, Inez Cooper
And Family, Inez Dorrestant An Family, Derek Ferguson And Family, Fr.
Simeon Robertsand Sis. Leah And St. Cecelia Church Family, Men And
Ladies Group Of St. Cecelia, Robert Barry And Family, Rev. Harry Clarke
And Family, The Percentie Family, Mildred (Dr. Chue) Maurice And Family,
Mr. Gladstone Thompson And Family, Phillipa Mcquay And Family, Dr.
Magnus Ekedede, Dr. Grant-taylor, Dr. Charles Rahming, Nurse Of Private
Medical And Intensive Care Unit Of The Princess Margaret Hospitsl, And
Emergency Room Of Doctor’s Hospital,: Numerous Godchildren;: Don
Mackey And Family, Ernest Hepburn And Family, Shirley Johnson And
Family And The Former Staff Of Café Casino.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “Serinity Suite” At Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson And Soldier Road, On Friday From
10:Am Until 6:00Pm And Again At The Church From 9:15Am Until Service
Time.

In Lieu Of Flowers Donations May Be Sent To St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church.



DIANNA L. HART, AGE 48

Of Faith Avenue Will Be Held On Saturday
June 17Th, 2006 At 11:00 A M. At Christ
Community Church, Bellot Road, Off Faith
Avenue. Officiating Will Be Pastor Deanza
Cunningham And Interment Will Follow In
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.



Left To Cherish Her Memory Are Her
Mother: Barbara Crier; Daughters; Marilyn
Hart-humes, Patricia Mortimer, Cherrie Hart-

farrington, Diane Pangling Hart, And Latina
Hart; 1 Son: Granville Melvin Hart li; 6
Grand Children: Myesha, Davernike,

Trevette, Rayneisha, Camron, And Dave; 2
Sons-in-law: Jermaine Humes, Dave Farrington; 11 Sisters: Patricia, ‘Teresa,
Sharmaine, Melony, Deborah, Elizabeth, Namsa Babbs (Of England),
Marsha Thompson, Patrice Farrington, Esther Mccray (Of Atlanta), And
Christina Archer (Of Freeport); 8 Brothers: Brian, Kendall, Wayde, Michael,
Phillip (Of Houston), Vincent (Of Miami, Fl.), Ricky Archer,And Ron
Archer; 10 Sisters-in-law: Deidre Williams, Rev. Doshaline Hart-cash,
Grace Camryn, Brenda, Sophia, Tina And Melinda Hart, Tasha, Patrice,
Bernadette Archer; 16 Brothers-in-law: Everette Hart (Of Exuma), Willis,
Timothy, Willie, Prince, Arlington,Sherman (Vera Beach, Fl.), Calvin Hart
(Of Fort Pierce), Thomas Demeritte, John Evans, Dacon Franklyn Thompson,
Abraham, Tibo, Wayne, Mike Mcquay (Of Atlanta), And David Farrington;
1 Aunt; Rita Minus; Special Friend; Vincent Johnson; 16 Nieces: Latoya,
Letera, Erica, Omeka, Lashanda, Rodreka, Samantha, Johnquil, Shanika,
Abrohique, Raquel, Kendrove, Donnica, Darcelle, Tia, And Selina; 24
Nephews; Mario, Roderick, Chris, Eric, Kenneth, Kendrick, Elliot, Kenyattah,
John, Shekeil, Elvis, Sean Abraham, D’angelo, Joshua, Michael, Ostin,
Wilshire, Tershima, Donovan, Dedrick, Christopher, Ronnie, And Aaron;
A Host Of Other Relatives And Friends Including: Barbara, Ciprianna And
Clovis Minus, Joey Dean, Natasha Thompson, Laura Nottage, Terrance
Williams, Anegkea Williams, Rosemary Williams, Barbara, Antonette, Retta,
Denise Minus, Bernica Beckford, Mr. And Mrs. Humes, Diane Gilbert,
Regenald Farrington, The Demerritte Family, Duncumbe Family, The
Hepburn Family, The Jolly Family, The Retta Rolle Family, The Pratt
Family, Grant Family, The Nixon Family, Higgs Family, Gaitor Family,
Denise, Mrs. King, Mrs. Woodside, Mrs. Mcdonald, Harry Clarke, Abel,
The Retail Division Of Atlantis, Paul Smith, Lorraine, Pastor Deanza
Cunningham And The Christ Community Church, Bishop Leon Wallace,
Voice Of Deliverance Church, Lorine, Marshall, Mary, Mr. Charles Maynard
And The Management And Staff Of The Corner Hotel, Mr. Beneby And
Staff Of Courtesy Food Store, Ms. Marva Thompson, Annabelle Curry And
Family, Celistine Eneas And Family, Sharon, Mortimer Family, Housekeeping
Staff Of The Royal Towers Of Atlantis, Phillip, Enrico Fitzgerald And
Family, Pinder Family Of Bailey Town, Bimini, Kemp Family Of West
End, Edgecombe And Family, The Downtown Hairbraders Association,
The Downtown Straw Market, And The Ministry Of Tourism.



Viewing Will Be Held In The “Celestial” Suite At Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson And Soldier Road On Friday June
16Th2006 From 10:00 A. M. Until 6:00 P. M. And Then At The Church On
Saturday From 9:30 A. M. Until Service Time.

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—



RYAN MOSS, AGE 27

| Of #998 Cordia St., Pinewood Gardens
Will Be Held On Saturday June 17Th,
2006 At 11:00 A.M. At Living Waters
Kingdom Ministries, Warren Street.

Officiating Will Be Apostle Raymond















Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.





He Is Survived By 1 Daughter: Ryann





Cummings; Stepfather: Derek
Cummings; 2 Sisters: Shaker’ And Dereka; Special Friend: Nadia
Mccartney; 2 Nephews: Anwar And Vitori Vinajh; 6 Uncles: John
Jr., Gary, Sterling, Keith, Steven, And Prince Moss; 17 Aunts:
Shari, Donell, Sandra, Emily, Kendra, Johnette, Claudette, Barbara
Brice, Daphne, Tellie Of Miami, Fla, Freda, Paulette, Sheryl, Retta
Lewis, Marva, Monique And Lillith; 2 Grandmothers: Esther
Curry ‘And Mildred Burrows; 2 Godmothers: Ingrid Dean And
Bridgette Musgrove; 2 Grand Uncles: Thomas, Christopher And
Basil Moss; 4 Grand Aunts: Sylvia Amette, Maria Roach, Eva
Ferguson, Laura Rolle; Cousins: Jermaine, Sylvester, Sonia,
Jamaal, Carlos, Dominique, Berkesh, Berkley Jr., Lil Gary,
Charlotte, Shanteu, Cardy, Delano, Wilbert Dean Jr. Ochee And
Oscar Smith, Ingrid Dean And Family, Stephanie Rolle And
Family, Cametta, Barbara, Tassy, Nikki, Anttonette Moss, Rudolph
Mcsweeney, Ivan, Kelly, Vincent Rolle, Craig Lewis And Family,
Derek Thompson, Trevor Lockhart, Brett And Travis Neely,
Michelle Basden And Family, Barbara Tompson, Portia Mckenzie
And Family, Cordell Delancy And Family, Kirk Thompson And
Family, Frederica Brown, Mersay, Rev. Dellarese Dorsette And
Family, Christea Conyers And Family, Drexel Moss, Gwen, Stacy,
Felix, Elvis, Janice Curtis And Family, Ruby Outten And Family
Of Freeport, Grandbahama, Frakklyn, Francina Brown And Many
Other Family Members Too Numerous To Mention; Other Relatives
And Friends Including: Nakeisha Bowe And Family, Shane
Munnings And Family, Ian Porter, Adrian, Ron Rolle, The Andros
Avenue Family, The Bain Town Family, The Pinewood Gardens
Community, Sensei Alex Penn, Mrs.Marva Knowles And Family,
Charles Johnson And Family, Kim Bain, Nora Newbold, Wendell
Barr, Mrs. Smith And Family, Streling King And Family, The
Finlayson Street Crew, Vincent Dean, Andrew Stubbs, Davisd
Gardiner Jr., Kevin Fowler, Stefano, Marilyn Cambridge And
Family, Bridgette Musgrove, Anwar Strachan And Family, Renaldo
Forbes And Family, Courtney Reboe, Christine Reboe, Leighten
Morgan, Mcandy Gibson, Victoria Simmons And Family, Dorcas


































| Johnny Bowe, Toynell, C.J., Jason, The Government High School



Wells. Interment Will Follow In

Megan Moss; Mother: Christine.

_. Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John

Johnson-klien And Family, Cephas, Lateisha, Kelly, Myra And |

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 17 :

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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

340-8034



Staff And Students, Karen And Paulette Hepburn And Family.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “Celestial” Suite At Restview

Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd, Robinson And Soldier

Road On Friday From 10:00 A. M. Until 6:00 P. M., Again At

The Church In On Saturday From 9:30 A. M. Until Service Time.
\

STEPHANIE
TINKER, AGE 52

Of Mermaid-Blvd West Will Be Held
On Saturday June 17Th, 2006 At
10:00 A M. At Southwest Cathedral,
Shrimp Street And Carmichael Road.
Officiating Will Be Bishop Clevert
Bain, Assisted By Bishop Thomas
Nottage. Interment Will Follow In



F. Kennedy Drive.

Left To Cherish Her Memory Are Her Parents: Cecil And Mildred
Newry, One Son: Pc 792 Jamie Tinker, Two Daughters: Keturah
And Tatiana Tinker, Four Sisters: Katherina And Estella Newry,
Lydia Woodside And Araminta Wright, Five Brothers:

Elder Kenneth Newry, Elder Godfrey Newry, Andrew, Wentworth
And Steve Newry, Three Uncles: Bishop Clevert Bain, Wilton
Bain Of Georgia And Gustavus Bain Of Florida, Six Aunts: Mother
Veronica Bain, Adena Newry, Viola Beckford, Bernie Bowe Of
Goulds Florida, Jenny Bain Of Georgia And Molly Bain Of Florida,
Seven Sisters-in-law: Pamela, Rosemary Newry, Emerald, Geneva
Tinker, Eulene Noble, Merina Thompson And Alice Tinker, Two
Brothers-in-law: Malcolm Wright And Pastor Errol Tinker, Twenty
Nine Nieces, Thirty One Nephews And A Host Of Other Relatives
And Friends Including: Dr. And Mrs. Eugene Newry, Yvonne
Sands, Faith Tabernacle Church Of God, The Mermaid Blvd
Community, Church Of God In Bahamas Inc., Pentecostal Unity
Fellowship, Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church, The Royal
Bahamas Police Force Band, Island Fm/ Carter Marketing, Meriam
Collins, Catherine Storr, Robert Bowe And Family, Female Medical
I, Oncology Clinic Of Pmh, Bill And Nettlie Rose And Family,

The Mcphee Family, Rev. David And Rev. Paul Mcphee, Mr. And
Mrs. Barry Herman, Judy, Clarise And Tracy Roker.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “renic” Suite At Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson And Soldier Road On
Friday June 16Th 2006 From 10:00 A.M. Until 6:00 P.M. And
Then Again At The Church From 8:30 A.M. Until Service Time.






PAGE 18, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

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.

Naa NOTICES

VIRGINIA ie
SAUNDERS-TURNER, 78

Of Augusta Street Will Be Held On |

Saturday June 17Th, 2006 At 2:00
P.M At Foresight Baptist Church,
Taylor Street, Nassau Village.
Officiating Will Be Reverend Doctor

| Charles Culmer. Interment Will
Follow

Left To Cherish Her Memory Are
Three Daughters: Margaret
| Robinson-major, Arnette Moss And Valencia, One Son: John
| Robinson, One Adopted Daughter: Mary, Three Sons-in-law:
Kevin Major, Jeffrey Moss And Newton Brown, One Daughter-
in-law: Marylyn Robinson, One Brother: Charles Braithwaite,
Two Sisters: Jacqueline Pittman And Ruby Murdock-hill, Two
Adopted Sisters: Bernice Brown And Thelma Shakespeare;
One Niece, Stephanie Rahming; Thirteen Grandchildren:
Minas Vardaoulis Jr., (Late) Markito Vardaoulis, Kevin Major
Jr., Martika Major, Troy Newman, Shantel Bethel, Jermaine

Moss, Tanya Moss, Jessica Robinson, Samantha Robinson,

John Robinson Jr., Devonardo Robinson, Latika Moss And
Jeffrey Moss Jr., Two Granddaughters-in-law: Stacey Newman
And Erica Vardaoulis, Two Grandsons-in-law: Shayne Bethel
| And Glenroy Sweeting, Fourteen Great Grand Children:
| Ashley, Tre, Tarshayne, Lashayne, Tre, Taylor, Jaray, Susan,
| Glendisha, Janae, Jermaine Jr., Aliaya, Shamia And Velentino.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “Celestial” Suite At Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson And
Soldier Road On Friday From 10:00 A. M. Until 6:00 P. M.
And Then At The Church On Saturday From 12:30 P. M.
Until Service Time.

ERLE W.T. POWELL SR., AGE 70

Of #13 Dan Knottage Estates Will Be Held On Saturday June
| 17Th, 2006 At 11:00Am At Church Of Holy Spirit, Howard
| Street. Officiating Will Be Fr. Harry Ward. Cremation Will
| Follow The Service.

| He Was Predeceased By Hs Son: Jarrod Powell;
Left To Cherish His Memories Are His Wife: Joan E. Powell;

2 Daughters: Lashon Sawyer And
Lisa Cambridge; 2 Step Sons:
Roger And Duncan Turnquest; 1
Step Daughter: Corinna Neely; 1
Son-in-law: Craig Cambridge; 2
Sisters: Lorette Fuller And Eleanor
Powell; 2 Brothers: Hugo And Noel
Powell; 1 Brother-in-law: John
Fuller; 1-Sister-in-law: Doris
Powell; 12 Grandchildren: Latoya
Sawyer, Travis Sawyer, Loren

Cambridge, Blair Cambridge, Tiye

Powell, And Tenisha Dean; 6

Neices: Patricia Fowler, Lon Fuller,

Ava Saunders, Kristie Powell, Katrina Powell, And Nicole
Deleveaux; 4 Nephews: Noel, Johnathan Mark And Scott |
Powell.; 11 Step Children: Tyrone, Corrinna ,Mahlia, Tyrinna _ |
And Arianna Neely, Kareem Mortimer, Duncan, Laroda, .
Roger And Crystal Turnquest; 1 Great- Grandson: Nickolai

Saunders; In Laws: Sylvia And Harcourt Cambridge, Audley

And Jaqueline Turnquest, Hugh And Mildred Turnquest,
Winifred Ferguson, Douglas And Willamae-Turnquest, Rebecca
And Cuthbert Bethel, Pauline Johnson, Ethel Johnson And
Their Families; Other Relatives And Friends Including: Bernard
And Ivy Turnquest, Francis Sawyer And Family Kenyon And
Trudy Pinder, Jack And Sue Cady, Ray Courtia, Glen Granger,
William And Tanya Saunders, Kipling Moss, Mr. And Mrs.
Rupert Stuart, Sidney Godet And Family, Dr. Leslie And
Beverley Culmer, Dr. Kirkland And Rachel Culmer, Dr. And
Mrs. Bernard Rolle, Capt. And Mrs Johnny Pratt, Mr. And
Mrs. Arthur Yearwood, Robert Darville, Billy Albury, Mr.
And Mrs. Kirk Griffin And Ida Symonette, Marguarite Dahl
And Family, Katrina Westing, Burke Edgecombe, Christopher
Pinder, Matthew Mitchell, Patrick Williams, Glen Granger
Jr., Holy Spirit Parish Family, Bibal Management And Staff,
St. Thomas Parish Family, First Caribbean Bank Family, The
Turnquest Family, The Dan Knottage Estate Family, Brown’s
Boat Basis, The Quilting Club And The Bec Family.

Viewing Will Be Held In The Celestial Suite At Restview |
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Limited, Robinson And |
Soldier Rd, On Friday From 10:00Am To 6:00Pm And At
The Church From 9:30Am Until Service Time |
In Lieu Of Flower: Donations May Be Sent To Church Of

The Holy Spirit Activity Center Fund.





CW. Joints tor all cars

g

Lowest Price Guranteed

call, 323-4797

-Direct & Buropean w/s in stock.
Bor all makes and models
5 including
pick-up trucks.

AIso door glass, vent glass
and back glass.
Miobile glass imstaHation
services available.

‘Tel: 393 - 9516
Fax: 393 - 9463

; email:
thewindshiecldhouse@yahoo.com
\ thewindshieldhouse@hotmail.com ,

Block Razr i Shvr 16
$319 a $259 ;
w/ad.$389 w/ad. $329 es fcc
Pink Rozr Slur 17 (mp3) See Led ADS aati
$339 $359 3 : oe :
iE wat $409 w/oa. $429 Call today 328-0002 / 502-2351
Sawin ; Viewsat Coral
CeO mma heaton Motorola V60 | Motorola ¥220 | eR ILL a PLO R Dt ed i {TDMA/Quikeell} $199 i w/Guide & ofl channels
EVO EEL VA Ta i : $149 w/act, $269 $299 FOR AN EXTRA $5 WE WILL

= . ota || COME AND TAKE THE PICTURE

eer RRP Ren an Leen enced

IN STOCK NOW!
02 Mazda Tribute
02 Ford Explorer

04 Mitsubishi Lancer

01 Honda Accord
02 Honda Civic

Fine Cars, 2002 Ford Explorer 2003 Ford Escape 2002 Chevy Tahoe en ee eae ae
5 ‘ Ig ue, Ee er int. or xpiorer
Sales 3 Rentals $18,000 $18,500 $31,500 — wocdsrain.co, 289% Honda Accord

2002 Honda Stream
Ph: 242 - 394-CARS (2277) Robinson Rd. (East of Mall at Marathon.) A ‘| ni 500 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer





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BBF #217
2004 Dodge Stratus,
alarm, 20" chrome rims, A/C, two ©
12"subs, sound system, tints,
$17,500 ONO,
Call: 636-7978 or 325-3156



BBF #217



2005 Dodge Neon SXT,
automatic, tan int. fully loaded, CD; A/C,
18" chrome rims, $14,500, excellent condition,
$14,500, financing available, call: 484-0758
anytime or 364-3313 after 5pm







BBF #223
18" Chrome rims,
witires, $1,200 ONO,
Call: 361-2324 or 395-2677

BBF #232
Yamaha Banshees,
almost new, tricked out, FMF Exhaust, VH1 air
filter, valve kit, jet kit, chrome swing arm,
Ronthal handle bars, $6,900 ask for Don, Call:
322-1722 or 424-9344

BBF #233

Windoms, Starting
@ $5,900, 95 & Up, Includes Lic. Insp. Plates,

full tank of gas, & 1 month warranty, available at

Bahamas Bus & Truck,
Call: 322-1723







BBF #276

BBF #235
1994 Honda Accord,
fully loaded, full body kit, 20" chrome rims,
clean title, sunroof,$9,000 ONO,
serious inquires only,
Call: 356-8269 or 436-2745







BBF #237
Avanti 25 ft. 225 Mercury,
on bracket, north star, Loran GPS,
navigation system, stero VHF, radios,
kaper performance,
tabs 7OMPH,
$16,000 ONO,
Call: 565-8881 or 364-7882

BBF #239
TIRES SPECIAL, :
175/70.13 for $49.99, 155/80/13 for $49.99, 205/40/1
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 ;

BBF #247

2000 Nissan Maxima,
fully pwr, in dash, DVD player,
Call: 477-6835,









1995 Cadillac Deville,
immaculate, distinctive,
$6,800,

Call: 392-1293 or 427-8806




BBF #256



BBF #254 -
1996 Toyota Toyace,
diesel truck, automatic,
Call: IBC Auto @ 393-6081

1995 Nissan Mistral,
4-wheel drive, 3-drs, very clean car,
Call: IBC Auto @ 393-6081







-1994 Evo Lancer GSR,
Carbon Fiber Hood/ Racing rims,
Yokohama tires,

Call IBC Auto @ 393-6081

BBF #257

1994 Mercedes E220,
cherry red, auto, RHD, auto, pwr
everything, cold A/C, $8,000.00

Call: 356-3260/324-1274

BBF #288
1993 Honda Civic,
17" rims, chrome CD,
extra clean,
runs great, automatic,
$3,800 ONO,
Call: 323-7002 or 502-2707



BBF #259 ;
1998 Honda Accord,
black, 18" chrome rims, sound system,
A/C, automatic, $6,500,
Call: 341-3880 or 426-7139



BBF #262
dust In From U.S.
1998 Honda Accord/ silver, CD & tape,
moon roof, A/C, $8,500 OBO,
Call: 357-4985 or 364-2085

BBF #267
2004 Nissan Sentra,
clean title, like new,
$12,000 ONO,
Call: 325-5973 or 426-9544

BBF #275 :
1999 Honda Civic,
red, fully loaded, super fast, DVD,
excellent condition
$9,000 ONO,
Call: 525-8064 or 422-6311

Stair Master Electric
$550 ONO and Pro Form Exerciser $350,
Call: 362-6040





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BBF #277
1980 Mercedes Benz .300SD,
turbo diesel, fully loaded, leather int.
excellent condition,
$3,500 ONO,
Call: 457-0145










y Ye
BBF #278

1992 Honda Civic,
red & black, 17" rims, full body kit, 6 speakers,
; ne well kept,
6,000 ONO
Call: 323-7556

BBF #279 ;
2002 Ford Mustang GT 5.0,
pwr everything, excellent condition,
low mileage,
bank approve, standard shift,
- $14,000 ONO,
Call: 328-3347 |






BBF #281





2001 F-150,
- 4-dr, fully loaded, A/C, CD,

fully pwr, work truck, starting @ $13,500,
325-6500 or 457-2526

Large Kenmore side by side,
like new water & ice in door,
only $750 ONO, almond color
Call: 362-6040






IBBF #286

BBF #299

BBF #282
1995 Honda Civic,
standard shift, A/C, sound system,
17" rims, sound system,
$3,800 OBO,
Call: 341-6688
or
455-1842

BBF #283
2002 Dodge Durango,
cold A/C, leather int. CD, excellent
condition, remote alarm,
seats 7 passenger,
$13,000 ONO,
Call: 359-0560 or 324-5869 evening



_--1995 Toyota Windom,

t RHD, excellent condition,
_never driven in the Bahamas,

$6,800 ONO,

Call: 325-8301

BBF #291 ys
2-DOOR BEVERAGE COOLER
$1,100 ONO
A-1 Condition, Call: 362-6040



1998 mazda Bongo,

9 seats A/C, extra clean, must see and drive to
appreciate, ideal for taxi or small church
57,000KM, $7,000:ONO,

3610809, 4225772, 362-1864






BBF #289 oe
1996 Chevy Blazer,
keyless entry, A/C, CD, leather int. factory rims,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 359-0560 or 324-5869 evening

























BBF #290
New Display Deli Cooler,
valued @ $4,500, selling for 1/2 price ONO,
Large Display Shelving fro whatever you want to
display, Only $200 ONO
Call: 362-6040








1993, 1994 and 1995
Toyota Coasier Bus,
make an offer, good business opportunity, -
all in good condition,
Call: 427-5460 or 361-0934









BBF #296
- Caterpillar OEM
or After market parts,
BEST PRICES, Truck & Tractor Parts,
Call: 305-776-8390 or 305-433-7004




BBF #304
1998 Nissan Sunny,
AC, chorme rims, automatic, clean int.
$4,500 OBO,
Call: 326-5267 or 436-4264








SS
BBF #294
1997 Dodge Stratus,
A/C, clean int. fully pwr, cassette player, alarm
system, $3,000 ONO,
Call: 341-4940 or 359-0883



BBF #295
1999 Honda Odyssey Van,
green, full loaded, fully pwr, bucket seats,
very clean , :
Call: 323-8970 or 365-8918

Tribune Issue 32.013 1 month Smith

BBF #287
1994 Nissan Sunny,
RHD, excellent condition,
never driven in the Bahamas,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 325-8301

BBF #297
1999 Neon Moonroof,
A/C, CD, $2,950,
Call: 324-1483



RIB #304
1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE,
, RELIABLE, POWERFUL ( UP TO 50 MPH), SAY
GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC. 394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.
TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.





spare = =





BBF #300
2003 Dodge Stratus SXT,
2-dr, A/C, 4-disc CD Changer, remote start,
plenty pwr, only one on island, $10,500, DJ set
for Sale, $2,500,
Call: 324-7320, 455-5977 or 323-2548








BBF #301
03 Chevy Trail Blazer,
like new, dual A/C, CD player, pwr everything,
asking $18,500 Bank Approve,
Call: 328-3347



BBF #302
2001 Ford F-150,
red, clean title, 6 disc CD Changer,
pwr everything, $15,000 OBO,
Call: 328-0146 or 565-0899 ask for Dion

TRUCK OR BUS
Can't find parts, then we can help.
We serve the Caribbean
137 Maxfield Avenue
Kingston 10 Jamaica, W.1.
Tel: 876-968-6840-3;
FAX: 876-968-6844

EMAIL: Sunshineauto @ cwjamaica.com

RIB #378
1997 Mercedes E230
White / with beige interior
Price:
$9,900.00 ONO
Tel: 322-1069



PAGE 22, FHURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006

BBF #305

2005 Mitsubishi Galant ES, _
moonroof, leather int., 6 disc CD CHanger,
control music from steering wheel,
Call: 364-3465 or 324-2329





BBF #306

Ford Eco Sport,





low mileage, excellent condition, fully loaded,
manual transmission,
$15,000, Call: 356-9323









For Sale
2006 Yahama YBR 125cc
3200km/1900miles
Almost brand new, runs great, low maintenance
and VERY fuel-efficient.
$2200.00
Call Cameron at 477-1476 or 377-0039

RIB #131
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Silver with tan interior, Original chevy rims,
automatic windows & door, AC, AM/FM, radio,
jood condition.
7,000.00 ONO
Tel: 393-0547 Cell: 423-8183

RIB #156
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 # 236
2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE(EX)
Silver with black interior
$20,000.00
Duel exhaust, leather interior, 6 disc changer Alloy
wheels, sunroof, spoiler Automatic

Tel: 393-6218 Cell: 455-2719

RIB # 275
1996 HONDA ACCORD.
Tan/grey, 2 door auto, power windows,
CD player. $4,500.00 firm
Tel: 364-7423 Cell.454-1481/426-9762
1994 4 DOOR CIVIC, Auto, power windows,
as is/parts. $1800.00 Firm
Call: 426-9762 Ask for Nat

RIB #146
2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
$24,000.00 ONO, 74,000 mileage,
black, 4 door, automatic, power everything, grey
cloth interior, AM/FM/CD/Cassette player, factory
alarms, tinted windows.
Excellent condition, U must see fo appreciate
Call: 558-4585 leave message

RIB #150 j
1998 FORD EXPLORER
Cherry Red, mocha, 4 door, Lady driven, garage
kept, 5 speed standard shift,
One owner. with a full tank of gas,

Best offer takes her home

Tel: 394-8796/393-2939

Cell: 477-321 1/359-0179

RIB #201
1996 NISSAN MAXIMA

Burgundy with beige leather interior :

$5,500.00 4 door, 1996 HONDA ACCORD $5,800.00
1996 FORD ESCORT $3,500.00
2003 DODGE NEON $9,500 with 18” chrome rims
Have to see to appreciate.
Just in from the US, Very clean
Tel: 424-5958




















RIB #132
1999 White Dodge Dakota Sport Truck
Truck is in good condition,
and has been wel: maintained
with regular servicing.

Asking $8,000 ONO-
Call 324-2333,
377-0134 or 327-3578






RIB #135"








HONDA ACCORD, EX
Tan with tan interior, CD, AC, tints, factoy rims,
4 doors, stick shift, Just like new

Asking $5,500.00 :
1995 HONDA ACCORD LX,
Tape, radio, AC, white, 2 door, stick shift
Asking $4,500.00
Tel: 364-3691 or 557-1205



RIB # 333
e 2000 FORD F-150 XLT
Brown, Fully loaeded, mint condition, low miles,

cold AC, with CD player, functional hood scoop,
running boards, chrome accessories, runs great,

$14,000.00 ONO Price can’t be beaten
Call Prime 323-51 96/ 552-8277 or 457-2791



RIB #155
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 #372
1994 HONDA CIVIC
Purple with gre y interior
$3,8000.00
car in excellent shape, runs perfect. New paint
and tints, All original radio, starts first crawk &
: only 72K miles..
Owner leaving Island,
limited time offer.
Tel: 361-2711
Cell: 456-1780 or 551-6568





RIB #158
1998 MITSUBISHI PAJERO
WHITE EXT, GREY INT,
4-DR, S/S, 4. WHEEL DRIVE.
GOOD COND.
SERVICE SS eat AT DEALER .
0

Must sell
TEL 324-2261, 357-7139

es
LE

TRIB #164
1996 WHITE BUICK LASABRE
Grey leather interior with 20” rims.
Asking price $6,500.00
Kenny’s Auto Electrical
Call: 395-2236 ask for Josey’

RIB #169

2000 TOYOTA CAMRY,

green ext, tan leather int.
Excellent cond, well kept, low miles,

very reliable,
$9,500.00 ONO
must sell, make an offer.
Tel 324-7112 /424-6484

[TRIB #195
2000 NISSAN SENTRA WAGON
$6500.00
Great, reliable vehicie.
Clean & well maintained.

Automatic, power windows, AC, AM/FM Radio
- Must Sell, Leaving Island
Tel: 327-5400 Cell: 535-8407 3

RIB #262

1994 NISSAN CIVILIAN
Blue with red interior, 6 cylinder, AC
30 seater passenger bus.
$11,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0103 Cell: 436-7411



RIB #202 .
1984 25FT MONZA
Deep V speed boat with 2- 200 HP Mercury &
trail, good condition. Price for the summer
$17,500.00
Tel: 341-6868 or 393-7475/395-4932

RiB #221

Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
Dependable Transportation. Inexpensive to operate
and you wont get stuck in traffic. $2,200. Available at
Harbourside Marine on East Bay Street. 393-0262.

RIB #221A .
- Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle
125cc 4 Stroke, Great Quality,
Reduced to $2,400.00
At Harbourside Marine,
East Bay Street, 393-0262

1999 HONDA SHADOW
Mint condition
$5,500.00
Black with chrome accessories
Ready to ride



Tel: 427-7095

TRIB #263 |
1995 HONDA, RED
$6,000.00 ONO
Leather seats, sunroof, AC, CD,
power locks, rims .
Tel: 393-0946 Cell: 636-6540

RIB #246
1994 Honda Accord RHD
2.2 Vtec, A/C, CDplayer
remote start, sunroof
$4,500.00
Call 362-1321
or
457-1376

1993 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Maroon with maroon interior
$3,000.00 ONO
Vehicle in good condition, 4 door, automatic
Owner is leaving the Island
Tel: 525-6850 or 556-1149

RIB #250
- 4999 LANDROVER Discovery II
Silver champagne with grey interior
$18,000.00 ONO
Fully loaded
Tel: 327-0316 Cell: 454-1606

TRIB #254

1995 LEXUS ES-300
Pearl with beige interior
$8,500.00 ONO
Cell: 436-6565

RIB #270
2004 DODGE DURANGO
Navy blue with any loathe interior
Vehicle is fully loaded, wooden finished interior, V8

magnum engine, Alarm infinity,

Am/FM, CD Stereo.
A dream vehicle, must see to appreciate even

more, low mileage

Tel: 341-0012 Cell: 557-0350

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 23

RIB #255
FORD EXPLORER XLS
White with grey interior
$6,000.00
Runs and drives, Quick sale needed. AC, powe
win dows & locks
Tel: 434-0107

1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE .

Rudy red w/ gold embiems & 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 $8,500.00 ONO

Financing available $1300.00 down
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave
message. (factory rims available by request)

RIB #259
22' Donzi classic
show new, year 2000, 80mph, only 97hrs on
huil, float on trailer, 2 hrs on the 502mag engine
and drive ,all new everything, pumps, 1000
watts clarion ,batteries,sw,livorsi, cover,lights,
trim,silent choice,etc...turn key must see
$45.000 ,424-0130



RIB #260
Dream Bike 2004 HONDA VTX 1300 CC.
TOTALLY CUSTOMIZED.FAST
AND POWERFUL. TROPHY WINNER FOR BEST
LOOKING BIKE.
INVESTED.SACRIFICE FOR 17,500.00.
CALL RICKY @ 359-0179

73
2003 black Nissan Maxima,
fully loaded, leather int., A/C, CD, excellent
condition, Just In From U.S. low miles
$12,000 ONO,
Call: 426-5339, or 323-1692







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RIB #271
1998 TOYOTA WINDOM
Pearl with white interior
$8,000.00

RIB #265
1999 FORD PASSENGER BUS
Green, Seats 15 people, cold AC,
drives like new
perfect fora church bus
Only $14,000.00
Tel: 328-2083 —











stereo, fog lamp remote key,
CD/ power radio, mirror, TV
Tel: 324-3041 Cell: 477-3457



RIB #266 #272



-2003 JEEP LIBERTY CHURCH BUS FOR SALE
Blue poe grey interior 2003 FORD BUS






33 seats
1997 BMW Right hand drive,
owner leaving Island
Call: 323-8440

Fully loaded Only one (1) owner. In excellent
condition, serviced record available.
Tel: 341-8489 Cell: 359-1641










1990 NISSAN 300ZX
Black with black/grey interior

Engine in good condition A real steal

$1200.00
Tel: 425-7915 or 393-3427

Tel: 341-0012 Cell: 557-0350

1997 Buick Skylark

#158000 ~ 1998 Ford Explorer






TRIB #296
1999 FORD RANGER XLT
Champaigne, dual cab
$8,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition,
New spray top, recently serviced
Tel: 328-3953
Cell: 525-1563

TRIB #302

1996 FORD RANGER
Red with black interior
$7,200:00
AC, AT, Stereo
$7,200.00
Tel: 393-3949



power steering, air bags, central locking, power
windows, sunroof air condition, power seats,







RIB.#269
$5,000.00 OBO (8’) EIGHT FOOT POOL TABLE.
5 speed, very fast t-top, Table includes both 8 balls and 9 ball racks.
2 door, All balls, brush and other accessories.

1999 DODGE RAM

$6,000.00
1999 Bene’ =: 1997 FORD RANGER nee
$4,500.00 $4,000.00 eee F-150
8500.00
1997 Toyota Windom :
1997 Kia Jee
$8,500.00 Tel: 328-208 $7,500.00



RIB #274

WHITE WITH BROWN
. INTERIOR
$6,000.00 ONO
TEL: 322-4235 9-5PM
CELL: 565-1992

1996 MERCEDES C180 SEDAN
Green with black interior -
$10,000.00 OBO
4 door automatic, power windows/locks.

Excellent condition, AC needs repair. 52,500
miles Can be viewed at old King & Kriohis

Tel: 477-7908

*

RIB #272
2005 Hyundai ht 65.
dark blue, Fully loaded.
Asking price is
$23,000,
Tel:394-0774











RIB #294
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, BLACK
31,000.00 miles,

20’ spinners, two (2) 12” speakers
$19,000.00 OBO
~ Tel: 557-4552

2002 IZUZU REDEO, LS
Navy blue with grey interior
$23,000.00
Fully loaded,-One lady owner, 34K mileage
Tel: 364-6839 Cell: 357-3122



1975 CORVETTE CHEVY







86
1998 CHRYSLER SIBRING
Convertible, Green with tan/grey interior AM/FM,
CD, tape, Factory amp.
600.00
Tel: 341-6476 Cell: 535-1996
















RIB #287

2002 HONDA CRV EXL
Silver with black leather interior. Excellent
condition, ave leaving Island, XM/Radio,
D, AC, Fully loaded,
gpa. 000.00 ONO
Must See! Call: 327-5636 or 477-6053









RIB #282.

1994 LEXUS 300
WHITE WITH WHITE
LEATHER INTERIOR

$5,900.00
GOOD CONDITION
TEL: 393-5961














RIB #295
1998 PAJERO JEEP
STANDARD SHIFT, 2 DOOR SPORTS
86,000 MILES, AC, RADIO, TAPE,
VERY CLEAN, ONE OWNER
CONTACT PERSON: MRS. FORBES 326-4202
BETWEEN THE HOURS OF
8AM - 7PM
ASKING PRICE $8000.00 AS IS.









RIB #319 .
1996 FORD ESCORT, GREEN
2 door. Very well kept,
: 4 cylinder,
96,000 miles. Good condition
Tel: 427-3909








RIB #309









: FOR SALE
FOUR GOOD YEAR HD EDITION
_P245/75R16 Fortera Tyres with 6” slug” hole
rims and one goodrich radial longtrail P 235/75
R16 Tyre/6 slug hole rim (not ipic) used for
spare. Call: 359-1623








RIB #298
2000 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP
Limited Edition, Green, V8 engine,
leather interior, 5 disc CD player,
Good condition,Sun roof, tape player
00 ;

$15,000.
Tel: 323-6087 Cell: 557-1323

RIB #299
2000 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP
LAREDO
Tan , 5 disc CD player, tape player,
Good condition
$14,000.00
Tel: 323-6087 Cell: 557-1323












01

2005 FORD EXPLORER XLS, SUV
JUST IN FROM THE US

White with grey interior, clean title, like new,

Call for pricel!!

low miles,-V6 engine, fully loaded

with AV-trac system... 20” chrome wheels.

’ Cell: 565-2884 or 322-5525





RIB #301
* 1998 CHEVY LUMINA LTZ

Green with beige interior
$9,000.00 ©
V6 302, Mag rims/12 cart stereo, CD,
Excellent condition, -
leather seats, sunroof
Tel:393-3949








RIB #303

$1500.00 ONO serious inquiries only





RIB #305

1993 LEXUS ES 300
Black with tan leather interior,
need transmission repair .

Cell: 454-0765 Allen

« 2001 MITSUBISHI, RED

convertible with beige interior, 30,000.00



miles Duty paid.
Excellent condition:
Will consider reasonable offers.
Tel: Freeport 457-9974

RIB #307

DVD MOUNTED PLAYER

DVD/LCD/CD Radio, in dash player, brand new

still in box, retails locally for over $2,300.00
selling for‘half the price, call around.
PS 2 GAMES
New and used, selling for $25/$45
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791

RIB #308

1998 CHEROKEE GRAND LAREEDO.

Gold with grey interior, Fully loaded, clean inside!
and out, low miles, V6, price for quick sale, See

to appreciate, CD player,
We bring vehicle in for a low price P.C
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791



RIB #326

Dvr ses at



1993 TOYOTA COROLLA
Blue with blue interior
$4000.00 ONO
Excellent condition, new AC, new CD player

clean in & out, Very fuel effficient
~Tel: 324-1770 Cell: 565-6247



























RIB #310
2001 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW
Black with tan interior.

Fully loaded, 6 disc CD changer,
low mileage
$15,000.00 ONO
Tel: 427-9808

RIB #312
1993 GMC SIERRA DISEL
Sky blue with grey interior. Extened cab SLE
$17,000.00 ONO
AC, power windows, good condition,
Great for work or play
Tel:324-1449 Cell: 557-3908

RIB #313
1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Light blue with grey interior
$5,500.00 OBO
Great condition,
Ice cold AC
Tel: 434-3319 Cell: 552-3157

RIB #318
TOP OF THE LINE
Tires/Rims, 2006 18” brand new,
rides comfortable $1500.00
Tel: 322-4591 anytime



RIB #336
1999 BUICK CENTURY, GOLD
luxury 4 door, Leather interior, CD player, low
mileage, AC, power windows, locks,
Fully loaded, V6
$7,500.00
Tel: 394-0761 Cell: 455-9134



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RIB #321

FOR SALE 1999 BMW 323i,
4 doors, 6 cylinders. Car has 44,000 miles and
has been well kept, A full service has just been
completed including engine, brakes & AC. Other’
features include: leather seats, harmon karmin

surround sound stereo
CD & electric seats with memory
$17,000 OBO
Tel: 362-5291 Cell: 424-4620




























RIB #322









2001 KIA SEPHIA
Grey with grey interior, standard shift,
CD, AC,4 door, Excellent condition,
Must see
$6,000.00
Tel: 341-1194 Cell: 525-5233











RIB #324 :
2001 INFINITY G-20T, SEDAN
Silver with beige interior
$10,500.00 OBO

RIB #326
1993 TOYOTA COROLLA
Blue with blue interior
$4000.00 ONO
Excellent condition, new AC, new CD player
clean in & out, Very fuel effficient
Tel: 324-1770 Cell: 565-6247



RIB #343
2000 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue with grey interior, 4 doors
In Excellent condition AC,P/S P/B
‘Asking $4,700.00 ONO
Tel: 324-5107 ~
Cell: 357-8508"





RIB #328
2005 INFUNITY G-35, BLACK
2 door ,leather interior, CD. S/S,
low low mileage
Call for price



aiter 6PM
1¢97 DAEWOO RACER

i $2000 ONO SOLD AS |S

interior, Fully
ory Silver rims, }
clean. like new. 19,000 miles t
Asking $47.000 JONO |
896 HONDA ACCORD Like new |
$6,000.00
3691 Ceil:557-1205

Tel: 364-

RIB #332
1995 NISSAN SUNNY
Light blue with grey interior ,4 door sedan
$3,000.00
Nice car, runs great, sound system ready
Tel: 364-2217 Cell: 436-6804

RIB #335
1996 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Black with grey interior, RS Stick shift
$4,500.00 OBO
Very clean, sound system
chrome rims $500.00, CD player, cold AC,

original owner from the states

Tel: 426-6213

RIB #370
1998 TOYOTA CORALLA
Buu with pele fe erioh VE

4 door, 4 cyl, auto, AG. cae, great family car, good on
gas, runs great. ALSO 1998 Pontlac GT supercharger-
FAST $4000
1992 LEX! S LS 400 $7500 ONO
Call Prime: 323-5196, 552-8277 or 457-2491

Tel: 557-31 15/392-6542
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| Tel: 361-2245 Cell: 424-4519 457-2458 |

SS
RIB #337
2000 DODGE DURANGO
White with beige leather interior
$18,060.00 ONO ©

Silly loaded, tow package, 20” chrome rims,

CD, ‘AC, Excellent condition,

power everything, side step,

third row seats

GREAT GEAL j
1887 24’ MAKG/ W/TRAILER i
225 Yamaha GPS, VHF Radio, AM/FM Stereo |
W/CD player. Comes with
1997 JEEP WRANGLER 4.0L. ;
Both in excetlent condition if
Both. $25,000.00 |
Tel: 861-2245 Cell: 457-2458 |

TRIB #340

1994 HONDA ACCORD

AC, 18” rims and sunroof

Tel: 426-1056 or 328-6061
Asking $4,500.00

2003 HONDA 650R
Red and white trail
$4,500.00
Serious inquiries only

- Tel: 325-3776
Cell: 427-4164 or 328-3228

RIB#231
1997 Mercedes E230
White / with beige interior
Price:
$9,900.00 ONO
Tel: 322-1069







RIB #344 ©
1995 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP

limited, Black with brown interior, Automatic,

ieather, power everything
$5,000.00
Tel: 326-3898

Eelert condition,
tripie axle trailer

$27 500.00 Call: por 3710

RIB #350
1994 HONDA LEDGEND

Blue with grey interior, 2 door, fully loaded,

full power with sunfoof and CD radio.
Really sharp looking car
Only $7,500.00
Tel:356-2300/ 424-0035

RIB #351
1995 BUICK REGAL
Blue with tan interior

$2,000.00 ONO

Tel: 324-0187

Cell: 427-2600

RIB #184
1995 25FT CELEBRITY,
New float trailer $22,500.00
Excellent condition, Sleep 2 w/200 Mariner,
GPS, VHF Radio
Tel: 1-786- 423- 1484 or 324-7753








RIB #357
2003 FORD F-150 XLT
Tan with tan interior, supercab,
‘Fully loaded, 4.6 liten, V8,
$21,600.00 offer
Tel: 324-1328(H)

356-7848(W)






3002 FORD F-150 XLT
slack with dark grey interior, stepside
$14,800.00
Fully loaded, 4.2 liten V6
Tel: 8324-1328(H) 356-7848(W)

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RIB #359 -

2002 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
Light blue with grey interior
$16,500.00 offer
Fully loaded
Tel: 324-1328(H) 356-7848(W)

RIB #368
OLD FORD EXPEDITION,

All black/leather interior, 22” rims(chrome)
low mileage, runs great
$23,000.00 ONO
Tel: 361-3671 Cell: 454-8758

RIB #268
23 FT ABACO SKIFF CENTER CONSOLE,
‘Bimini top & trailer. Already modified for a stern
drive diesel engine $12,000.00
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 362-2049








RIB #374
1994 NISSAN SENTRA
For sale Asking
$2,500.00 ONO
Phone: 327-6746
or
454-8213

RIB #733.
1991 DODGE SPIRIT, FOR SALE
$1,500.00
Tel: 364-2969 Cell: 423-0409/ 535-4913
324-5850 Ask for Ashton

RIB 297

2000 HONDA ACCORD
White with beige interior, 4 door sedan, p/w,

p/s, p/l AC, auto transmission. One owner
clifford intelliguard 700 alarm system w/engine
kill switch $9,500.00 OBO
Right hand drive,
Tel: 394-2357 or 364-5285 after 6:00pm







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Sect

BE BEAUTIFULLY
BRIGHT IN 3-5 DAYS
ORDER NOW WHILE SUPPLIES
LAST!
364-8204





‘|BBF #309

16' Sea Ray Jet Boat,

Mercury 125HP engine, comes witrailer in
excellent condition, seats 5 and has tow car for
water skiing, convertible Bimini Top, excellent
for Island Hopping, $7,500 OBO,

Call: 356-6782

2000 DAEWOO LANOS SX SEDAN
Hatchback, Forest green with dark grey
interior. Excellent condition, tinted windows, CD,
tape/Am/FM stereo player system, power locking
windows, Bazooka 8” speaker & amplifier, car
alarm, engine immoldizer
Owner leaving the Island,
$4,000.00 Must See.

Tel: 327-4348 Cell: 525-0923/425-5344

TRIB #192A
_ FOR SALE:
19 ft. very fast Reef/Pleasure Boat
2004 200 HP Yamaha
Depth Finder, GPS,CD Player, Trailer, New
Bimini Top, Out Riggers

CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417



M/V FAMILY AFFAIR 53FT PME
Fully equip fishing vessel, all equipment in
new condition. 1271 main engine rebuilt 03,
27KW Kubota generator put in 2002 ,Two
3 ton
compressor freezer units put in 2001,
water maker, F
Aluminum stabilizers and a 2,1000 gallon
gas tank. Central air 3 ton train unit put in
2005,

Anchor winch, Automatic pilot, sideband,
depth finder, GPS, and VHF. Deep net-
Shallow net,

Brand new 90 Mercury. Sleeps 10
$130,000.00 ONO
Boat in Eleuthera,

Tel: 335-3410, 3353296, 3353224
Nassau 3932377

RIB #198
Spanish style-Ocean Front house,
Vista Marina Sub-division of West Bay St. for rent by
owner short/long term rental $4,000p/m- 3 beds/3-?
bath/ One of the beds have its own private entrance.
Call 322-6221. To preview, visit this website:
_.... http://spaces.msn.com/casasolbahamas.

RIB #192.
FOR SALE
16’ Hewes Bonefisher (1998) (Flats/Skiff)
Lady Yellow
90 Yamaha, EZ Trailer, New Steering Head,
Steering Cable, Trolling Motor Mount, Cooler,
New Battery, Push Pole, Ready to Fish!

$13,
CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417

RIB #157 - 2004 BOSTON WHALER
White/Blue stripe and white interior
$110,000.00
Sleeps 2-4, fridge, sink, shower, 30 gal holding
tank, 2- 100 gal fuel tanks. Twin 225 yamaha,
radar, GPS, 1 com, Fishfinder, Deck fish
preparea, 3 batteries. Tel: 457-6524



RIB #193
25’ Delta, Fiberglass Boat
6Cyl Perkins 200 HP, 15 KTS,

1500 LBS Fish Hold, 200 Gallon Fuel Tank

PRICE: 12,000.00 File # S-575
HYPERLINK “mailto:John @ shipsusa.com"

John@shipsusa.com HYPERLINK
“http://www.Shipsusa.com" www.Shipsusa.com
; P: 321-784-5982F: 321 784-6902

BBF #285
31ft Bertram Fiber glass boat,
200 Hp, Yamaha engines,
going cheap or will trade,
Call: 361-7917

RIB #253
PM 010, COLEMAN 3125 W GENERATOR
10 hours of run time,
Discount Price $1800.00

ant THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 27

RIB #291
48’ FISHING BOAT
871 Engine, 20 KW generator Isuzu
20,000 Ib freezer, 12 ton freezer unit
13 ton freezer unit,
$85.000.00 ONO
Tel: 357-9688 or 325-4472

RIB #317
1990 20’ WELLCRAFT CENTER CONSOLE
200 HP, Green/black, Mercury outboard engine
Trailer and many parts included.
Asking $8,000.00 OBO
Contact 324-4586/422-3117 324-0644/325-
6447/9

BBF #284
7 1/2 * 7 1/2 Heavy Grit Surface tile,
for Industrial use 0.49 each for 100 or more,
0.39 for 300 or more,
Call: 361-7917

For Sale Cellular
Phones
Starting @ $80,
Motorola Slvr $250,
Motorola L7 $300,
Razr (Pink, Blue,
Black) $300,
Motorola Peb! $350,
and Many More To
Choose From,

Call: 455-6856



NEW AND USED
GAMES
FOR PSP, PS2,
XBOX X BOX 360
FROM
$14,95- $89.95

CALL FOR LISTING
328-6160

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Solid Oak TV, -
DVD & Hi-Fi
Cabinet,
stained and treated,
12 months old,



1 WEDDING DRESS
perfect for a prom or
a wedding, beige, trim
















with pink, designed to immaculate
fit 9-10 or 140-160 condition,
in size. Value at cost $4,275




$1000,00

brand new, owner
going for best offer.

going back to UK














Only serious inquiries quick sale
need call only $950 neg.
BBF #307







RIB #230 ; T: 327 5561
. Good As New - $630 OBO. : : '
Sony DCR DVD201 Camcorder w/ 4 hr. battery,
charger, UV protector filter,
carrying case and 1 mini DVD-RW disk.
. 394-2337

Sewing Machines for sale,
- table top $125,
Industrial Machine $350,
w/table,
Call: 356-6782

Tel:556-0612/
436-6213







RIB #133
























; RIB #232
Abe ane Brand New GE Profile Cooktop PURE BRED COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES RIB #279
; : - Value $1250 in US For sale, Available colors: light brown or black PUPPIES FOR SALE
Bamboo Folding Chairs, Price $750 ono : $650.00 Bichon Frise, Male ONLY
40 ea. 424-0675(anytime) or 324-5356 after 7 $800.00
Call: 326-5925 Call 377 0201 or 422 1481 Mr Cartwright Tel: 361-3104 Cell: 424-0147



125CC JAILIN 4 CYCLE ENGINE,
$1800

Automatic, Inexpensive but reliable.
All models are fuel efficient
Immediately West of Basra, East Bay St
Tel: 326-7508




MUST SELL, LEAVING ISLAND
Double door Kenmore refridgerator(white) like new
used only’5 months,
$1,700.00 OBO AS IS
Con: Ms Pinder 328-7112/3 558-2819

RIB #241

100CC 4 CYCLE ENGINE, $1600

Manual 4 speed, Inexpensive but reliable

Immediately West of Basra, East Bay St
Tel: 326-7508

t
TRIB #171



ae
_ $1899.95

Birchwood
Computer Desk
with 2 bookshelves, 1 hand pullout drawer, 1
sliding drawer on. rails, integrated lamp, looks new,
rarely used, cost $3,895 new, must see. Owner
going back to UK
quick sale
only $800 neg.
T: 327 5561

17” LCD FLAT PANEL MONITOR, 3.0 GHz, DVD-
“7 RW/CD-RW/DVD, 512 DDR, 9 IN 1 MEMORY
CARD READER, 160 GIG HDD,
WITH WXP HOME.

15.4 LCD SCREEN, 3.0 GHz, 512 DDR, 60 GIG
HDD, WIRELESS, DVD-RW/DVD/CD-RW,
CARRYING CASE.

CALL KEN AT 324-8880/364-4173/424-7888.

STONE PLATE COMPACTORS
SFP3000 & SFP 4000 WITH 5.5HP
HONDA ENGINE
SALE PRICE $2490 & $2690

CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD.
394-4823 / FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE

RIB #325
POODLE PUPS FOR SALE

RIB #284 242-300-1213.
; 6 weeks old. ‘ : ; 2 Seat Sofa Loveseat, ‘
Only serious persons inquire very comfortabie, only 9 months old, imported
i $500.00 from UK, 3 big cushions, 2 armrest covers,
Ask for Laura | excellent condition, cost $1,875 brand new,

Be on i owner going back to UK-auick sale
rel 341-6133 Cell: 455-5829 ! | only $650 neg. T: 327 5561





PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
Dell Lattitude P3 Laptop Computer 850 MH2, 10 GIG
harddrive built in modem and DVD Player $700. 00.
Men’s ring white/yellow gold 25ct diamonds
replacement value $5 ee .00 Price $650.00 OBO

orty
Tel: 324-2678 Cell: 425-7176/434-0062

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RAW
2006 $71.95 Sale
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79.95 Sale
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79.95 Sale
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Tel: 328-6160

MOTOROLA SLVR
AND

CLUB CAR GOLF CARTS & UTILITY
VEHICLES
NEW AND USED GAS OR ELECTRIC.
2002 2 PASS ELECT. ST @ $2300,
2005 4 PASS GAS LOADED $6700
394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.
TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

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2006 $71.95 Sale
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79.95 Sale

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Tel: 328-6160

RIB #304D
STONE MORTAR MIXER
8 CUBIC FT CAPACITY WITH 8HP HONDA ENGINE
SALE PRICE $2995 CONCRETE MIXERS ALSO
AVAILABLE
394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.
TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

RIB #330
ALL NATURAL PRODUCTS
Nut Med Pain Relieving spray eiiminates pain,
herbal soaps for all skin types and conditions,
facail mud masks rich treatment and acne
treatment, Available in the Bahamas now.
Please call 356-2107/455-8881
deliveries available

L6 PINK: $245.00
L6 BLACK: $245.00
L6 SILVER: 220.00

L7 BLACK: 350.00
DELIVERIES AVAILABLE

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Sale
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Motorola LG SLVR (G/Q/S/C) - New - $220.00

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NAIL TECH
4 Newly built nail technician’s desk
for sale
$200.00 each

Call: 356-8962/427-6654





Motorola SILVER RAZR (G/Q/S/C/F) - New - $270.00
Motorola BLACK RAZR(G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $300.00
Motorola PINK RAZR(G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $320.00
Motorola BLUE RAZR(G/Q/S/C/V/F) - New - $320.00
Motorola L7 SLVR (G/Q/S/C/1) - New - $370.00
*Motorola PEBL U6 (G/Q/S/C/V/F/1) - New - $380.00








Guide.

G- GSM phone
T-TDMA phone
€-Camera phone
V-Video
S-Speaker phone

Q- Color screen
1- Tunes/mp3
F- Flip phone

Telephone: 242.456.3967/242 324.4198
E-mail: shofivayahoo.cam
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39.95 Sale
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purchase

Tel: 328-6160

RIB #636
Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00
Tel: 424-4140 or islandupgrades @ gmail.com
www.islandupgrades.com



For courtesy activation, please add $50; (* - Shown)





” “Delivering, topnotch technologies at topnotch discounts!”
Cail us, delivery is free!

JUGLE STORM
$29.99
Max Payne 2
$39.99
Harry Potter
$19.99
Enter the Matrix
39.99
Sims 2 -$79.99

Grand theft
San pare

$79
Midnight Ch Club 3




All New vise. games,
also orignal DVD's old
favorites, Western,
Karates new $9.99
Call: 393-1138

RIB #369
BEAUTIFUL LABRADOR PUPPIES
FOR SALE

$500.00
TEL: 327-6677 Cell: 455-3782





HIB#353



ICELAND HEALTH
Omega 3 Scientific
evidence suggests that
a diet rich in omega 3
helps reduce heart
attack.
high blood, stroke.
chronic inflamation.
arthritis pain.
memory problems. bad
cholesterol
& much more
Order today
Tel: 364-6027

BBF #314

1997 Ford Escort,
CD, A/C, one owner, clean int.
$4,000 OBO,
Owner leaving island, Call: 424-8470

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GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
BL A GTA San Andreas
49.95 Sales
God Of War 49.95
Sale Join our game
club. and-recieve a
10% discount off every
game purchase

Tel: 328-6160

BRIGGS & STRATTON PORTABLE
GENERATORS
RELIABLE NAME YOU CAN TRUST /2
YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY — _~
GENERATORS STARTING @ $899
394-4823 / FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-
300-1213 ‘

BBF #315

00 Oldsmobile Intrigue,
chrome rims, leather int. CD changer, 10"
speaker, sound system,
$8,000 OBO
Call: 424-8470

1987 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Presidental beige and blue, vinal roof with
beige and brown interior.
Excellent condition, Must see to apprecaite
$12,000.00 ONO
Fully loaded, Everything working.

Tel. 361-0578 after
Cell: 456-7364 or 544-2294

1996 Nissan Maxima,
Ithr, A/C
fully pwr, Just in from U.S .
low mileage, excellent condition,
$6,000,

Call: 328-0002 or 426-9862



q SR
RIB #320
USED RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
Hobart Deli Slicer,
Commercial six burner stove
1 Rostisirre oven, New general electric clothes
dryer Commercial meat tenderizer, Vanguard
generator 4000VT 12 hours
Tel: 324-0158 Cell: 393-4909

EU

RIB #356
NEW AND USED PARTS
For Maxima/Accord/Neon/Civic.
Special orders
welcome
454-7111 or 544-5646

ARTICLES FOR SALE

Excellent condition, 1 CE G- Bezzera italian

made
Espresso Coffee Machine, stainless steel .-
w/double dispenser $5,000.00 ONO

1 Stainless steel restaurant refrigerator

w/food prepatatiowouting countertop tray
500

'2 Love seats, ottaman w/cushions, coffee table
$300.00 ONO
Ph: 322-1050, 323-0802

1995 Honda Civic,
5-spd, 17" wheels, custom painted, cold air
intake, front mount, sound system, new
shocks, new rear brakes, tinted windows, int
windows, int. lighting, alarm, pioneer CD &
amplifier, 12" subwoofer,
$5,000 or $4,000 w/out rims,

Call: 324-3142 or 464-4026

Expt. Own
1996 Ford Crown Victoria,
35K Miles, four-dr, leather int. fully
loaded, one owner, like new,
only $7,500,

Call: 456-5466 or 356-0933

2001 Ford F-150,
red, clean title, 6-disc CD changer,
pwr everything,
$15,000 OBO,

Call: 328-0416
Cindy or 565-0899 Dion





THE TRIBUNE

eTTICRAE IR macs



CURTIS THOMPSON

LOTS & LOTS OF LOTS
Yuma Estates, @ Tusculum
Gated
Single-family Lots
square feet $90,000
Duplex Lots 6,565 square feet,
$125,000
Triplex Lots 7,864 square feet,
$130,000
Quadraplex __Lots
square feet, $150,354
Tropical Gardens Triplex site
6,983 square feet, $135,000
TUSCULUM ESTATES OFF
WEST BAY TRIPLEX LOT
56’X115.57’, $135,000
Tusculum Estates off West

6,565

10,911

Bay triplex lot 56’x115.57’,
$135,000 ,
Beachfront Lot Adelaide

50’x176’ $177,000
Commercial Site Oakes Field
(JFK Drive) 282’x199’,
$545,000

Commercial Site Oakes Field
100’x540, $540,370

Nassau Gardens Multi-family
84’x112', $80,000

Duplex Lot Victoria Gardens
60’x100’, $75,400

Allen Drive off Carmichael
Road, 50’x50’, $75,500
South Seas Duplex _Lots,
$95,0000

West Winds Rourbiex site,
$150,000

south Seas 80’x110’,
Family, $80,000

High Point Estates off. JFK
Dupiex Lots starting at $94,000

Single-

Bluewater Cay waterfront
bulkheaded, 11,586sq.ft.,
$268,000 .

4.829 Acres Gladstone Road,
- $1,500,000.

Boatswain Subdivision
100’x80’. Ideal Duplex site
$77,000

Off Carmichael Road, 9,297
square feet, $103,000.

Step Street, Fox Hill, 24,917
square feet, $165,000
Blackbeards Tower _ site
37,231 square feet, $440,000.
Westward Villas 7,000 square
foot site, $110,000.
Hardingsville 100’x130', zoned
for Fourplex, $208,000
Off Saint Albans
71'x80', $95,000

Faith Gardens Commercial

Drive

Lot 20,053 square feet,
$240,636
Venice Bay 10,000 Square feet

Multi-family , $95,000
South Ocean Estates 11,566
square feet, $94,500
Sandyport 5,729 square feet
waterfront, $270, 000
CURTIS THOMPSON
REAL ESTATE
Phone 326-1514, 356-6484
(evenings 323-8408)
E-mail address:
curtis @coralwave.com.

COSRO peacty iro.

For Rent:
Sandyport, 10 units ranging
from $2,700 to $7,000/month,
Delaporte... 2 — b/2b apt.
$2,400/month

Old Fort. 3b/8b home
$10,000/month, Lyford Cay 3 b/
3 b home $7, 000/month.

Land: Adelaide Road $350K,
Jacaranda lot $130K

Off Kemp Road $145K
Adelaide Road $350K

Bahamia West lot. $350K
Sandyport lot. $256K

Exuma acreage $1.8M

Delaporte waterfront lot $445K

For Sale
Sandford Drive 3b/3b $350K

Sandyport Retail Space $170K
4b/3b townhouses $557K &
$579K

3b/3b townhouse $495K

3b/3b townhouse $600K

Lyford Place 3b/3b $2.9M

Caves Pt. 3b/3b $920K

Call Mosko Realty
323-2323 or 427-3588 .



CHS £, SARRONETY, 93



LOTS

OPEN ZONING —
. OPPOSITE BOTANICAL
GARDENS
50,474 sq.ft. $722,891.00

TWYNAM HEIGHTS
Ocean view 108X228
$364,000.00

WINTON-Multifamily
Ocean view 100X234
$240,000.00

WINTON HEIGHTS
115X138 $179,000.00

GLENISTON GARDENS
‘60X175 $95,000.00

OFF MACKEY STREET
Commercial corner lot. Lot size
82X96, $125,000.00

‘ HOUSES/CONDO
TYLER STREET - Newly
renovated 3 bed, 2 bath
house, Lot 50X100
$175,000.00

ORIS SYMMONETT REAL
.. ESTATE at
325-8280, Eve. 325-1961





Knowles Realty

www.knowlesrealty.com

LOTS IN THE WEST
New gated community:
Home & multi-family
lots starting at $80,000
(two parks, swimming
pools and tennis courts)

Since 1922
www.HGChristie.com
NASSAU LOTS
New! #NS06138 - Yuma

Estates: Single-family, duplex,
triplex and quadruplex lots in a

new subdivision. Starting at
STELLA MARIS; $90,000
L LAND:
MULTI-FAMILY OR New! #NS06137 - John
HOME LOTS Claridge Subd.: 9,445 sq. ft.

corner lot in a new subdivision.
$92,000

#NS06135 - Old Fort Bay:
13,924 sq. ft. canalfront lot with
private beach. $543,000

(1) 15,000 sq.ft: sea view.
Hilly terrain: $29,890

(2) 28,000 sq. ft. sea view.
Approx. 80 ft. above ocean:
$40,000

(3) 3-acre lot. Short walk to
resort. Near airport.

Perfect for rental units:
$195,000

CABLE BEACH
Large 2-bed 2-bath
beautifully furnished
house in private road
to beach. 2,200 sq.ft.
+patio 300 sq.ft.
+carport 900 sq.ft.
Room for expansion!

#5377 — Montague: 6.38 acre
prime commercial lakefront
tract. $3,000,000

#4661 - Ocean Club Estates:
0.69 acre elevated lot with sea,
beach and harbour views.
$2,645,000

#NS06012 and NS06013 -
Sunrise Acres: Two adjacent

illion ° 18,000 sq. ft. oceanfront lots.
$1.4 million $625,000 bach
Telephone #5736 -— Westridge Estates:
Knowles Realty [Half plus acre homesite.
327-5237 $195,000
#NS06068 - East Park
FOR SALE Estates: 9,000 sq. ft.
homesite. $106,500
ASA #NS06119 — Indigo: 7,200 sq.
Hill Top 2 storey home ft. elevated lot in a gated

sitting on 3 lots
LeU Coma elf
New Providence
4 bed 4 bath. central a/c,
large office, gym,
swimming pool,
enclosed yard,
beautifully landscaped,
40k standby at'to
generator. $948,000.00

community near the beach.
$178,000

#NS06111 — Coral Harbour:
Two lots totaling 31,485 with
house to belt course. $240,000

#NS06087 and NS06091 -
Love Estates: Two adjacent
hilltop lots. comprising 32,725
sq. ft. each with ocean views.
$394,000 each

#NS06089 — Twynam Heights:
Rare 10,832 sq. ft. ocean view
lot. $170,000

Schedule a viewing on-line

VICTORIA COURTS
Down Town gated with pool.
Furnished efficiency apt.
a/c, and.cable ready
RY PAtA NOOR)
Renta! $1.000.00 per mth

BUTTONWOOD HILLS

today at
CAMPERDOWN
95X107 $125,000.00 wwe 210th
ORIS SYMMONETT ia
Soar Woe :
325-8280, Eve. 325-1 ey :
ROMER ST
eeu htieNranr ISION 2-bed, 1-bath, spacious master
YAMACRAW SHORES bedroom, double drive way,
70X110, $90,000 $126,000. Please call 364-
SOUTH SEAS 6826, 556-9280.

Starting at $80,000
ST VINCENT ROAD
10,951sq.ft, $105,000
CORAL HARBOUR

00X140, $90,
324-7649, 326-5992

NEW CONDOS: CORAL
HARBOUR, Main Road, 3-bed,
2 1/2-bath. Pool, AC, major
appliances. Financin
arranged. Call:323-5208.



APPRAISALS
RENTALS ¢ SALES

BUILDINGS
COLLINS ENUE,
commercial property 55x120
with house ideal for conversion
to doctor’s or lawyer's office,
$250,000.

TROPICAL GARDENS, 3
bedroom. 2 bathroom house
with large enclosed property,
$160,000.

HAROLD ROAD, two adjacent
commercial properties, 4.38
acres $1.1 million; 3.88 acres,
$970,000, ideal for mall, office
buildings or any major
development.

JOAN’S HEIGHTS, duplex (1)
2 bed and 1 (1) bed rented for
$1,000 monthly, price,
$130,000

COLONY VILLAGE, attractive
duplex, 3 years old, $230,000.

GARDEN HILL ESTATES, hill-
top 5 bed, 3 bath split-level
executive home, reduced to
$250,000.

CABLE BEACH, furnished 1
bedroom apartment, $120,000.

OFF C.W. SAUNDERS
HIGHWAY, Brand new duplex
on elevated property, central
air, security bars, parking lot,
$215,000

YAMACRAW_ CLOSE, large
triplex on spacious property,
central-air, $250,000 :

HIDDEN HILLS, luxury hill-top
condominiums with
breathtaking lake views,
ranging from $795,000 to
$1.420 million.

OFF ROBINSON ROAD, near
Marathon Mall, 4 bedrooms, 2
bath house on corner lot, ideal
for business, $135,000.

OFF FAITH AVENUE, large
duplex, 2 years old, $195, 060:

investment _ property, fully
rented triplex was $285,000
reduced to $235,000.

attractive triplex with
landscaped property and
central air, $275,000.

: ie
bedrooms house with

efficiency, $125,000.

PLUMBAGO ___ GARDENS,
brand new duplex apartment, $
170,000.

SOUTH BEACH, near the

ocean, 2 storey 5 bedroom 3

bath on very large property,
000 we

* Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112



Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112

LONG ISLAND, commerciai
building with 2 businesses,
$160,000

OFF WEST BAY _ STREET,
Investment opportunity, 16 unit
apartment complex, fully
rented, enclosed landscaped
property was $1.4 million,
reduced to 1.3 million for
serious investor.

NEAR SAUNDERS _ BEACH,
furnished 2 bed 1? bath condo
with enclosed patio $175,000.

SOLDIER __ROAD,
storey 6 unit
complex, $385,000.



large 2
apartment

CORAL HARBOUR, _ brand
new palatial 4 bed 3 bath
central air, partly furnished,
high ceilings.

CARMICHAEL ROAD, 7 unit 2
storey apartment complex with
incomplete structure to belt
course, was $850,000 a deal at

FOR SALE

2 BED, 1 BATH HOUSE
IN MOUNT PLEASANT
VILLAGE IN EXCLENT CON.
WALLED AND FENCED IN
WITH COVERED PATIO.
TWO eee ee AND ELECTRIC

UM
CALL 324-8904 OR 327-3603.

HOME PACKAGES
PLANS FOR
APARTMENTS AND HOMES
TEL 323-0578

QUAIL ROOST RIDGE:
6 years old, 2-bed, 1 1/2-bath,
beautiful townhouse. Spacious,

A/C units, security screens,

secured yard. $186,000.
Must see to appreciate.
Bank approvals only.
No Agents! Phone 364-6839

SANDYPORT
ON CANAL

NEARLY GONE!

LAST 11 DUPLEX LOTS
4,000 - 5,033 SQ.FT.
$200,000 - $240,000

DON’T BE LEFT OUT

CALL TODAY
STUART HALBERT
BAHAMAS REALTY LTD.
242-393-8618

_ 242-477-7908



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LIGHTBOURN REALTY

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. $325,000.

MLS#5524

Soldier Road-North Fourplex
1-3 bed/2bath, 1-2 bed/1bath,
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 iclude
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. Reno-
vated kitchen, open living/din-
ing room, with enclosed patio.
MLS#5215 $162,000

VACANT LAND

VENICE BAY. Multi family
corner lot. $135,000.
MLS#5550

CORAL HARBOUR _PResi-
dential 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 at $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 ee uiet and private
neighbour. ing $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

Tyee
Sy a)

LIGHTBOURN REALTY

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 unfurnished
at $560,000 MLS#5525

Cable Beach — 4 bed 3 bath
home on _ 13,000 sq. 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 $450,000.
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,
2.5 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 erento! — 5.44
acre parcel off Queen's

Highway with easy in house
financing $38,890.00. One acre
parcel starting at ae. 000.00,

50 acres $300,000.

Andros Beach Colon
Acreage — 8.5 acre parcel wit
toad _ frontage 85,000.00
MLS#5596

Eleuthera 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





























GRAHAM | GRAHAM
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
www.grahamrealestate.com | www.granamrealestate.com

HOMES #509 East Shirley St. Located
#19 Camperdown, 4 bed, 3 1/2 |next to Harbour Bay Shopping
bath. Lovely, spacious family |Centre, accessible from both
home. Large fruited garden |East Bay Street & East Shirley



















w/pool Quite, safe family |Sireets $18 per square foot.
orientated area. Walk-in |4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft
condition. REDUCED! | Commercial zoning $3,240,000
$850.000

#437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on
the beach & about 250 ft., .858
of an acre. $3,650,000

#1897 Dodge Rd, 4 bed, 3
bath. Spacious & beautifully

renovated. Guest wing w/

separate entrance. Child |#1914 South Beach, Geiting
friendly enclosed pool & Jready to build? This vacant lot
garden. Well, alarm & jmight be just the ticket. Zoned

generator. $560.000

#1900 Blair, 3 bed, 4 bath.
Spacious & well built house
sitting on 2 double lots. Open
plan, living/amily/kitchen.
Pantry, hobby room, laundry
room & insulated attic space for
storage. $599.000

#1790 Lyford Cay, 4 bed, 4
1/2 bath, spacious, executive
style home, overlooking golf
course._16ft ceilings & marble
floors in an open plan designed
to give panoramic views of the
prestigious golf course.
$3,300,000

CONDOS
#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

for multifamily. Utilities are in
place.50x176 $90,000

#599 Rose Island, Sea to sea
property. 100' frontage on
either side. About 650' deep.
Located on the western tip of
the big pond near the aqua
roofed house. $325,000

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
#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
#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
#1840 Lyford Cay, 3 bed, 4 1/2
bath, executive style home in
private, quiet location. Spacious
master bed overlooking pool.
Airy open plan living room
leading to pool &~ patios.
Central a/c, 2 car garage, fully
furnished. $8,500p/m
#1933 Palmdale, 3 bed, 2 bath,
Spacious and well kept furni-
shed home for rent. Enclosed
yard & carport, security
screens. Huge master bed &
new washer/dryer. Centrally
located $1,900p/m.
#1040, Carefree, Cable
Beach, 2 bed, 2 bath, stylish
oceanfront condo w/ sea view.
Gorgeous pool & beach
$2,200p/m

Graham Real Estate

Call 356-5030 or

visit our web site at

www.gra hamrealestate.com






























#1856 Sandyport - 3 bed, 3
bath condo. Third floor w/ sea
views from bedroom, living area
& terrace. Spacious & airy.
Being sold furnished $579,000

#488 Harbour Breeze, 4 bed, 4
bath luxury condo in upmarket
harbourside complex. Home
owners here enjoy breathtaking
views, large comfortable rooms,
convenient covered - parking,
basement storage, oversized
zero entry pool, hydrotherapy
spa/fitness center $1,700.000

#1934 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 1
bath condo in small 4 unit
complex on quiet street. Lovely
pool/patio area. Gated w/ visual
surveillance on each_ unit.
Tastefully decorated & fully
furnished. $236,00

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. wi
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






















Executive
Realty

HOMES/APARTMENTS
0291 CORAL HARBOUR:
Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2
Canal lots Zoned multi-family.
Has 2bed/1bath guest cottage,
pool, dock, workshop and
rainwater tank. All this for only
$650,000.

0286 CORAL
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 -
3bath, 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.

0311 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 1bed-1bath cottage,
$125,000.

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.

0313 EASTERN ROAD:
3bed-2.5bath townhouse.
Ocean view, High end finishes
and appliances, pool, security.
$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.

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 lot, great .
investment! $560, 000.

0340 NEW EXCLUSIVE!
CORAL HARBOUR: . 3bed,
Sbath split Level executive
home. Pool; pool house, central
A/C, alarm system, sunken
living room, cathedral ceilings.
Property size 90 x 135.
$380,000.

0324 CAMPERDOWN: Large

rental

4bed-3bath home, . recently
renovated, quality _ finishes,
Corian countertops, Jacuzzi

tub, price Reduced! $540,000.
Contact:

EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288
www.landbahamas.com

HARBOUR:

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Executive
Realty

‘VACANT LAND
0330 CROOKED ISLAND: 2
Acres beachfront with 200ft of
sandy beach. $300,000.

0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New

gated subdivision selling large

lots, 100x120, starting at
0.

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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

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
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288
www.landbahamas.com

FOR SALE IN

ABACO
2 LOTS ADJOINING,
IN LONG BEACH
SUBDIVISION,
SOUTH ABACO.
LOTS #216 & #217.
CALL 327-8026; OR
359-3160 ANYTIME.

WANTED
URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please call. Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

anytime.



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Real Estate

ACREAGE:

EASTERN ROAD: #2219

‘4:4 acres waterfront property

wiht dock and house in need of
repairs. Excellent location for

high income housing.
$3,870,000.

GLADSTONE: #2223 4.83
acres in prime location.
$1,500,000 J
HOMES/APARTMENTS

PARADISE ISLAND #1327 2
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths furnished
townhouse. In gated com-
munity, sea views, pool.
Rolldown shutters. $600,000:
Boat available at $65,000

WEST BAY STREET: #2228
Beautiful residential home con-
sisting of Main House, Guest
Cottage, Beach House and
Maid's Quarters. Situated on 2-
/2 acres with 300' of beach-
front. 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 2-1/2 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.

STEWFISH DRIVE: #1895
Spacious duplex on 100' x 100'

lot. Room for additional units.
Builiding has central air, tiled
floors. $246,000.

STARESTATES: #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 fully

enclosed landscaped with
paved parking. All units rented!
Asking $375,000.

JACARANDA Brand new tri-
level towhouse in gated
community. 3 bedrooms 3-I/2
baths. Wooden floors upstairs,
tiled floors downstairs. Pool
and gazebo. $475,000.

FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800, 325-3957









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C.A. Christie
Real Estate

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/ft $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,
On

tennis courts, beach.
beautiful Ponciana Cay: .#2239
5,972 s/ft $295,000; $2239B
6,523

s/ft $340,000; #2239H 9,662
s/ft $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
Bay. $250,000.

DELAPORTE: #980 - 124' X
85' X 82' 101' lot near
Sandyport. $216,000

LONG ISLAND: #2184 -4
bedrooms 3-l/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.



R RENT
MONTAGUE HEIGHTS: #781
Immaculately kept 3 bedrooms
2-I/2 baths in lush gardens.
Tastefully furnished. -Electronic
entry gate. $3,500 p.m.

VISTA MARINA: #1662
Renovated spacious 2
‘bedrooms 1-1/2 baths

townhouse. Gas and Water
included $4,800 p.m.

TROPICAL GARDENS: #2153
Six. brand new townhouses. 2
bedrooms 2-l/2 baths each,
electronic entry gate, security
system. . Furnished. $2,000

p.m.
ORCHARD TERRACE: #2207
Near Blair Estates 2 bedrooms

1-/2 baths townhouses in
excellent condition. Pool.
Furnished. #1,350 p.m.

TREASURE COVE: 3

bedrooms 2 baths house in
ated beachfront community.
urnished. $3,000p.m.
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800, 325-3957



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PARADISE

Treasure Cove 1216S-
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 Ciub Residences and
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
Gress

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-_ Partially

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 _ enclosed
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-
South Ocean Estates-_ Large
single and multifamily parcels
near development boom! Don’t
miss out! Call for pricing!
Marsh Harbour, Abaco
AB4029- 2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea of Abaco
frontage! US$545,000 each
Lon Island L14004/5-
Beachfront near Stella Maris
starting at $150,000
Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
lots starting at $80,000
Exclusive Lubber’s ers.
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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BAHAMAS



RESIDENTIAL

MILLAR'S HEIGHTS! Very
spacious home iocaied in quiet
subdivision of southern New
Providence. 4bd/2d! 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: $210,000

PERPALL TRACT! 2bd/2.5bt
furnished and beautifully
decorated condo with spacious
loft and possible 3rd bedroom.
Web Ref: 5174. Price:
$229,000

SOUTH . BEACH!
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

Remodeled

shutters, ceiling fans and
central air.Web Ref. 10222.
Price: $300,000

OAKES FIELD! Investment

property located on dead end
street. Property has six
apartments, 4 two-bed, i bath
and 2 efficiency apartments.
There is additionai land for
more apartments. Large
enclosed patios, laundry room,
and water & gas are included in
these semi-furnished
apartments. New roof and new
ceramic tiled floors. Web Ref:
10199. Price: $349,500

WESTRIDGE ESTATES!
3bd/3bt Gardenia model now
available in pre-construction
phase. Fully refundable $5,000
deposit reserves 1 of 12
properties. Amenities include
state-of-the-art kitchen, master
suite with Jacuzzi, cathedral
ceilings, two-car garage,
washer/dryer & central air. Web
Ref: 10061. Price: $479,000

LYFORD CAY! Hard to find
large wooded corner lot in
exclusive community. Web Ref:
9637. Price: $610,000

SANS SOUCI! = Spacious
5bd/4.5bt home features a
tennis court, pool and patio
area with cabana. Features of
the home include large closets
in bedrooms, ‘tongue and
groove ceilings, alarm system,
holding tank for city & well
water with water softener
system. and backup generator.
Web Ref: 10339. Price:
$950,000

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618





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BAHAMAS



OCEAN CLUB’ ESTATES!
Spectacular custom-built home
makes the most of surrounding
scenery through an
architectural design that
maximizes panoramic views of
the deep biue sea and iush
green golf course. Villa spans
5,000- SF including office,
5bd/5bt, which easily can
accommodate a_ large or
growing family as well as
welcome guests. Moreover, all
living areas boast the finest

premium finishes and_ top-of-
the-line designer touches.
Other features include a
dramatic. open courtyard,

sparkling swimming pool & lush
native landscaping.Web Ref:
10074. Price: $4.3M :

RENTALS

BEACH! = 2bd/2bt
recently renovated spacious
apartment on the waterfront
features modern kitchen, tiled
floors, large storage closets,
reverse osmosis water system
and a large patio. Offered
furnished. Web Ref: 562102.
Price: $3,000 p/m

GROVE! 3bd/2.5bt with a one-
car garage. Features include
central a/c, laundry room, fully
equipped kitchen with
dishwasher and pantry. Master
suite has vaulted ceiling, large

CABLE —

cedar lined walk-in closet,
Jacuzzi tub and standup
shower. Web Ref: 10334.

Price: $3,800 p/m

WESTWARD VILLAS! 3bd/2bt
villa near shopping, school and
entertainment in westernNew
Providence features kitchen
with Corian counter tops and
solid wood cabinetry, elegant

formal dining room and
separate breakfast -nook.
Amenities include tiled floors,
security bars, tongue-and-

groove ceilings, wall-unit air
conditioners, storage shed, 2-
car garage and patio. Web Ref:
10344. Price: $3,800 p/m

TUSCULUM! Beautiful 3bd/3bt
bedroom hilltop home with

gorgeous ocean views in
western New Providence.
Amenities include standby

generator, 2-car garage, alarm
system, swimming pool and

more. Web Ref: 562101. Price:
$6,000 p/m
SANDYPORT: Canal front

4bd/3.5bt detached home with
lots of extras and a large open
floor plan located in exclusive
gated community with 24-hr
security, pools, beach and
restaurants. Offered fully
furnished. Web Ref: 7842.
Price: $6,000 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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HOMES/APARTMENTS/

CONDOMINIUMS
3741 Skyline Drive:
Spectacular 7 bed estate home
on a 3 acre lot, enjoylake
views, elevator. marble tile,
abundant cedar-lined storage
cupboards. mahogany paneling
and swimming pool.
$4,500,000.

3791 Sandyport: Beautiful 3
bed unit detailing stainiess steel
appliances,mapie cabinets,
granite countertops, tile floors
and wooden staircase.
$495,000.

2979 Caves Point:
second floor unit enjoying
fantastic beach andocean
views. Greai condition, fully
furnished & equipped with roll
down shutters. $675,000. :

Fabulous

3786 Beach Lane: Canalfront
3 bed furnished condo in
exclusive gatedcommunity.
Beautiful ground floor end unit
with ensuite bathrooms,
fullyequipped kitchen, tile floors
and shutters. Priced at
US$560,000.

3724 East Bay St: Commercial
building in prime location, enjoy
harbour, ample parking, several
zoned central air and_ split
system units, 60KW generator
w/ auto. switch, alarm system,
wooden floors, recessed
lighting and more. $1,400,000.

3721 Sandyport: Canalfront 3
storey townhome, 4 _ bed,
furnished, granite countertops,
Jerusalem terracotta _ floors,
ebony-stained hardwood floors,
Jacuzzi, recessed lighting, deck
and a 80 gallon water heater.
$925,000.

3727 Ocean Mist:
Professionally designed and
outfitted with unique finishes,
this spacious two level 3 bed
townhouse offers breathtaking

views from every __ floor.
$625,000.
3739 Delaporte: Fully air

conditioned, three storey 3 bed
unit detailing 2 parking spaces

per townhouse, access to
swimming pool and beach,
beautiful views of sea and

beach. $615,000.

3742 Eastern Road: Semi-
furnished . executive 4 bed
residence offering unobstructed
sea views with alarm system,
pool, balcony, generator with
automatic transfer switch and
shutters. There is a detached
604 sq. ft. guest cottage.
$695,000.

CALL ERA Dupuch

Real Estate

Tel: (242) 393-1811 or

Fax: (242) 394-1453

info@eradupuch.com
~ www.erabahamas.com





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Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112

APPRAISALS
RENTALS e SALES

LOTS
HIGH POINT _ ESTATES.
exclusive new development of
J.F.K. Drive, duplex and triplex
lots from $94,000 to $126,000.

MISTY GARDENS, large multi-
family lot 86x129, $85,000.





OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
apartment lot 70x188 ideal for 6
units, $95,000.

WESTRIDGE, large elevated
lot with plans and foundation for

execution _split-level home,
$270,000.
OFF BLUE HILL ROAD
SOUTH, triplex lot 53x176,
$75,000.

SOUTH SEAS, residential lots
in new gated community,
$80,000.

FREEPORT, Derby Subdivision
large residential _—_— property,
$50,000.

EXUMA, Bahama _— Sound,
residential lots from $15,000.

CARMICHAEL ROAD,
Coral Harbour, new
development residential lots,
$76,000 and $83,000. These
will not last.

OFF HAROLD ROAD, 4 acres
ideal for development,
$430,000.

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 BED, 1 BATH

.

TRIPLEX 2 BED, 1 BATH
$185,000.00

IN SUCH AREAS:
-CARMICHAEL RD
-COWPEN RD,

-SOUTH BEACH,
-CORAL VISTA

-KOOL ACRES

-PRINCE CHARLES AND
MANY MORE

COME IN TODAY AND LET
US MAKE YOUR DREAM
A REALITY.

TEL 323-0546, 326-5468

Eve 323-2666.



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LOTS

SAUNDERS BEACH
COMMERCIAL- 6.5 Acres
Direct Access to Saunders

Beach $2,100,000.00
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES -

Golf Course fronting lot
$1,350,000.00
OCEANVIEW LOT -
WESTRIDGE 120 X 475 lot has
panoramic sea views
$389,000.00

SOUTH OCEAN LOTS -
Residential lots starting at
$89,000.00 and Multi-Family
lots starting at $150,000.00

HOMES
OCEAN CLUB_ ESTATES-
Lovely 4 Bed Home on Golf
Course with pool and lots of
extras in the most
exclusive gated community in
The Bahamas $4,500,000.00

OCEAN FRONT - EASTERN
ROAD - Lovely 4 Bed 4 Bath
Elevated Waterfront Home with
Montague Bay on one side

canal with Boathquse 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

WEST BAY STREET -
OCEANVIEW 3 Bed 3 Bath
Pool in Quiet Secure
Community $650,000.00

CAMPERDOWN 4 Bed 3 Bath
Home: situated on quiet street
off Eastern Road, 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
rounds are landscaped and
ully enclosed. $579,000.00

THE GROVE — WEST BAY
STREET 3 Bed 2 Bath on large
enclosed lot with swimming
pool $450,000.00

DICK’S POINT —- OFF
EASTERN ROAD 3 Bed 2 Bath
on large enclosed __siot
$449,000.00

REAL ESTATE CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
www.bahamasproperty.com

SERVICED ELEVATED
LOT near the sea.
Marshall Rd,

Southen Shores.
Tel: 327-7621, 9-5pm.





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NASSAU LOTS

3666 Eastern Road:
Development property
comprising of 4.4 acres, perfect
for private

a
subdivision/community
development. $3,637,000.

3654 Blake Road: 7.052 acres
ideal for commercial use or
development of Townhouses.
Close to shopping districts and
the airport. $2,100,000. :

3707 Old Fort: Gorgeous lot
(12,000 sq. ft.) with all utilities,
a 35 ft. dock already installed,
approximately 100'+ on the
canal. $775,000.

3693 Watercolor Cay: 9,260
sq. ft. with 73' ft. on the

canalfront and dockage to
accommodate a 50' boat.
$460,000.

3630 Sandyport:

Approximately 8500 sq. ft.,
canalfront and secluded. Great
ated community. $376,000.

3510 Yamacraw: 20000 sq. ft.
vacant lot situated on the
eastern district of New
Providence boasting fantastic
views of the sea. $364,000.

3653 Camperdown: 1. acre
residential plot, peaceful neigh-
borhood. Build your dream
home today and enjoy plenty of
privacy and seclusion.
$310,000. :

3618 Indigo: 8230 sq. ft. lot
situated in Nassau’s .newest
ated community boasting
antastic unobstructed views of
the sea. Amenities include,

underground utilities, commu-
nity pool, tennis court and
playground. Minutes from a
fabulous beach. $299,000.

3763 Poinciana Cay:
Waterfront properties with boat
dockage available in exclusive
Sandyport. Prices range from:
USD $200,000 to USD
$465,000. Sizes range from:
4000 sq. ft. to 9,430 sq. ft.

3764 Coral Beach: Waterfront
properties with boat dockage
available inexclusive Sandy-
ort. Prices range from:
SD$340,000 USD$1,350,000.
Sizes range from: 6,450 sq. ft.
to 22,482 sq. ft.

CALL ERA Dupuch Real
Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 orFax:
(242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com



FOR SALE

Acreage: 5 acres running from
JFK to Westridge w/elevations.
Asking $1,800,000

-Residential Lot, Marshall Road
60x100, $63,0000

-Residential & Duplex Lots East
Ready Buyer

-Duplex Lot West Winds Gated
Community $4,000 Down.

Nebruck . House — Sandyport
(Rental) 2-bed/2-bath 123sq..
ft, $3,500/mth

Call Gino 457-1326
Email:gino @kingsrealty.com

DUPLEX FOR SALE |

OFF HANNA ROAD
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH EACH
SPACIOUS. BRAND NEW,

$220,000.
TEL:324-0104, 361-5787.

giantation Realty,

TELEPHONE 326-7092

MALCOLM RD ALLOTMENT
BUILDING TO BELTCOURSE,
$55,000

WINDSOR PLACE DUPLEX
TO BELT $60,000

GARDEN HILLS #2, 3-BED
HOUSE $155,000

BELLOT RD NEW TRIPLX,

$350,000
JOE FARRINGTON RD, 8
UNITS. TO BELTCOURS,
$195,000 °

COWPEN RD 4.3 ACRES
$600,000

HARROLD RD 5 ACRES, $1.3
MILLION

CORAL HHTS EAST 12.9
ACRES $975,000

BOATSWAIN HILL 2.5 ACRES
ON WATER $800,000

WEST BAY 5 ACRES $3 MIL

CORAL HARB 551 ACRES
$58 MILLION

CARMICHAEL RD 19 ACRES
$5 MILLION

SAUNDERS BEACH 6.5
ACRES $2.2 MILLION
YAMACRAW ROAD 14

ACRES, $2.8 MILLION

SOUTH BEACH 20 ACRES $4
MILLION



www.HGChristie.com

NASSAU HOMES

New! #NS06146 — East Park
Estates: Charming 3 bedroom,
2 bath home on an enclosed
lot. $382,000

#5498 - Eastern Road
Waterfront: Two — storey
waterfront home with
bedrooms, 3.5 baths,

ocean views, and a 2 car
garage. $1,400,000

#NS06136 — Prospect Ridge:
Hilltop estate overlooking the

+ golf course with a 3 bedroom

main residence, guest and staff
quarters, cottage and a pool.
$1,150,000

#NS06134 - Sans Souci:
Spacious hilltop home with 5
bedrooms, 4.5 baths, pool and
tennis courts. $950,000

#NS06120 — Mount Vernon:
Well built 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
home — with central . air,
apartment, pool and Jacuzzi.
$475,000

Reduced! #5834 — Monastery
Park: Spacious 3 bedroom, 2
bath family home on a cul-de-
sac lot. $275,000

Reduced! #5690 - Eastern
Road Waterfront: Gorgeous 3
bedroom, 4.5 bath waterfront
home with apartment, pool,
dock and boat lift. $759,000

Schedule a viewing on-line
today at
www.HGChristie.com
at (242) 322-1041 or email
sales@hgchristie.com



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TO BUILD ON YOUR OWN
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AS _ $2,500.00 DOWN. AND
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Turnquest Property

MANAGEMENT & RENTALS

FOR RENT

CABLE BEACH: Furnished
one-bedroom cottage, A/C,
fans & private court yard. $850
per month. Water inclued.

SEA BREEZE: Furnished one
bedroomApt A/C, ceiling fans,
cable ready. $575.00. Water

3] included. NO CHILDREN OR
pool, | PES.

WILLIAM’S

COURT:Unfurnished one
bedroom apt, A/C, ceiling fan,
stove & refrigerator. $575.00.
Water included. Avail June 4th. ©

EASTRN EST: Furnished one- ~
bedroom Apt, A/C, ceiling fans,
$700. Water included. No
children or pets.

SOLDIER ROAD: Unfurnished —
2 bedroom house, — with
appliances A/C, ceiling fans,
enclosed yard. $825.00.

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. -

SOLDIER ROAD: 1,120sq.ft.
Office space available. $1,400
per month. -

SOLDIER RD NORTH: FULLY
FURNISHED 3-BED, 2-BATH
HOUSE, A/C, CEILING FANS,
SPACIOUS FAMILY ROOM,

CARPORT. $1,800 PER
MONTH.
MONTAGU: Furnished

Efficiency with fans, laundry
facilities. $480.00 per month.
Water included.

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT

324-3060

FOR RENT :
2 bed apt $700 p/m
1st and last + security deposit
$400. Water included
Blue Hill Road South
Phone:341-2692

MONTAGU VILLAS VILLAGE
ROAD, gated community, pool
and security, 1 efficiency, iy
furnished, $600 per. mont
includes, AC, fridge, stove,
microwave, soft. dining set,
elect and water. Call 557-5973,
422-0088, 454-2617, 363-8888.

FOR RENT OR LEASE
3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE, JEAN
ST, OFF PRINCE CHARLES
DRIVE, FURNISHED, SEC
BARS, SPACIOUS YARD,
$1,500/PM-.- AND LAST
MONTHS ‘RENT + SEC’ DEP.
PHONE 323-3283/4, 393-3503.



THE TRIBUNE

The Tribune

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 35

Classifieds

mogleyrealty |,

(aan: 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

Emerald Bay; Freeport #06-48
-This lot is located in Emerald
Bay subdivision and is a-great

Jocation for multi-family
development. Emerald Bay is
located in the Lucayan

Waterway community and is a
very desirable neighbourhood.
$36,000

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

Winton Estates Lots #06-45 -
Two home sites with ocean
frontage. Lots 8a and.9a have
86+ feet on the ocean. These
lots are offered separately, but
can be purchase together for
$320,000. These unique home
sites will not last for long!
$170,000

Colony Bay, Freeport #06-17 -

Lovely home site with frontage |

on the
waterway.

Grand — Lucayan
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

Skyline Drive #04-121. -
Located in the Western area of
the Bahamas,. this beautiful
residential property is located in
a peaceful and quiet community
called Skyline Drive. $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 a_ large
home 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 pool to enhance your
lifestyle. A rare opportunity to
build your dream home.
$220,000

MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www.morleyrealty:com





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PROSPECT RIDGE NEAR
CABLE BEACH - 2 Bed 2 Bath
Townhouse with manicured
grounds. and swimming pool
and excellent — security
$1,800 per month

NEAR CABLE’ BEACH GOLF
COURSE - 3 Bed 2 Bath
Townhouse’ with. manicured
grounds and swimming pool
and excellent security $2,600
per month



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DELAPORTE -Oceanfront
Townhouse 3 Bed 2 1/2 Bath
Fully Furnished 2 Swimming
Pools Beach Access
Good Security $3,300 per
month

THE GROVE - WEST BAY
STREET -Spacious 3 Bed 2
Bath Home on very large
enclosed lot fully furnished
$3,800 per month

SANDYPORT - 3 Bed 3 1/2
Bath 3 Storey Townhouse End
Unit nicely furnished with
fencedin garden with 26’ on
the waterway $3,800 per month

PARADISE ISLAND - 2 Bed 2
Bath .Large Fully Furnished
Cottage in secure beautiful
environment _ with private
docking $4,000.00 per month

SANDYPORT - 2 Bed 2 1/2
Bath 2 . Storey Deluxe
Townhouse nicely — furnished
with an office

downstairs. and a _ sunroom
upstairs off the. second
bedroom large extended patio
leading from the dining area
with 40’ on the waterway
$4,500.00 per month

WESTERN SHORES - 3 Bed 3
Bath Fully Furnished Home
with ocean views and
swimming pool in very secure
community $5,500 per month

CAVES POINT -Oceanfront
Condominium 3 Bed 2Bath
Fully Furnished Gated
Community Pool / Gym
Covered Parking $6,500.00 per
month

LYFORD CAY - 4 Bed 4 Bath
fully furnished home in ‘ve
quiet location with pool #100 000
per month

REAL ESTATE CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932

www.bahamasproperty.com

NICE EFFICIENCY FOR
RENT Furnished
Very Quiet Area, Tower Estates
Near Seagrapes Shopping
Center Single male Only .
$550° p/m’ 1st,
dep. Includes light & water.
ist/last/securty required. Call :
4368525 .

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DUPUCH REAL ESTATE

WE OFS RUDE aT

RENTALS

3748 Sandyport: 3 level
spacious and recently
decorated townhouse with 3
beds, modern kitchen,
terracotta tile, washer/dryer,
A/C units, alarm system and
wrap-around verandah. $6000
fully furnished or $5500
unfurnished.

3776 Cable Beach: 1700 sq. ft.
unfurnished office space, 4
office spaces with 3 private
bathrooms, reception area with
bathroom, full kitchen, storage
cupboards, 4 dedicated parking
spacious (1 covered), fully air
conditioned, cable ready, 6
phone lines, and water
included. $4500/pm.

3716 Blair: Furnished 3 bed
home with spacious den/family
room, open living/dining room,
covered patio, pool, well/city
water, central air, and pool
house with shower. Perfect for
entertaining! $4500/pm.

3749 Sandyport: Canalfront 3
bed cottage with central air,
appliances, hurricane shutters,
screened in porch and garden
area. $4500 unfurnished or
$5500 fully furnished.

3740 Ridgeway: Well kept 3
bed home fully furnished,
central air, generator, tile floors,
alarm, and enclosed and
landscaped garden with newly
decked patio that is just perfect

{ for entertaining. $3000/pm.

2619 Eastern Road: Cozy 2
bed cottage on private estate

.with its own private driveway.

Offered furnished with wooden
floors throughout, central air,
ceiling fans and hurricane
shutters. $3000/pm.

3777. Royal Palm Court:
Beautifully maintained~ two
storey 2 bed, 2 1/2. bath
townhome, fully furnished with
washer/dryer, tile, garden &
patio area, electronic gates and
pool. $2800/pm.

3778 Prospect Ridge: Fully
furnished 3 bed, 2° bath units
newly _ built
apartment, 2 pools and 24 hour
security. $2500/pm.

3779 Prospect Ridge: Fully
furnished 2 bed, 2 bath units
located . within newly _ built
apartment complex, 2 pools
and 24 hour pocurity:
$1800/pm.

CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com



-Mail: classifieds @ tribunemedia.com

Executive
Realty

RENTALS
R101 SANDYPORT: 2bed-
2bath Condo ocean and canal
views, $3,000.mtly.

2bed-

R102. SEABEACH:

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-1bath
furnished apartment.

$900.mtly.

Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288
www.landbahamas.com

FOR RENT
LEEWARD EAST, 2 bedroom
furnished apartment $750
monthly.

STEVENSON SUBDIVISION, 3
bed 2 bath furnished house in

centrally located quiet
neighbourhood, “$1,900
monthly.

SEA BREEZE LANE, brand
new 2 bed apartment, $675.

CABLE BEACH , 2 bed, 2 bath]

furnished villa, $1,500.

COLLINS AVENUE, office
space ideal for professional,
800 sq. ft. $900.

YAMACRAW_ ROAD, 2 Bed
1/2, unfurnished, $1,000 and
1 bed 1 bath, $650,

QUAINT: 1 bedroom unfurn.
Apt avail in Yamacraw Beach,
for a quiet person/s $650/pm,

First and last
required plus $500 sec dep.
Water and elec included,
cable and telephone ready.
Sorry no pets. To inquire.
Tel 324-7039 between 9am
and 5pm.






NEWLY RENOVATED, clean,
spacious and attractive 4-unit
Apartment complex, "Isle of
Tajace" Located _— Prospect
Ridge Road, Skyline Lakes
Subdivision. Now available:

Efficiency with sec _ bars,
$1,100/pm
2-bed, 2-bath with alarm

system ($2,100/pm

All fully furnished & equipped
wilinens, dinnerware, washer
and dryer. Telephone, cable
and elec ready with private
water supply. Pool, central AC
and elec gate for added sec.
First and last month with sec
dep. Rent neg. Call 557-1149.

ONE BEDROOM UNFURN
APT in East, water, light &
cable included, first, last and
$300 sec dep required. Call
364-4527

NEWLY BUILT, 2-bedroom, 1-
bath Apt, Misty Gardens, off
Marshall Road, sec bars,
blinds, water, and phone ready.

$700 per month, 1st and last} se

month, $400 sec dep. Contact
425-3082, or 361-1419, serious
inquiries only

Sea Breeze Estates
ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY
Light , water and cable included
A/C in bedroom, $550.00 per
month, First and Last month
PLUS security deposit of
$300.00 required. Spacious,
Quiet and Clean Environment.
Ideal for single occupant. Sorry
no children and pets
TELEPHONE 324-2777

UNFURNISHED SPACIOUS 1
BEDROOM APT FOSTER
STREET, CHIPPINGHAM.
A/C, CEILING FAN, SEC
BARS, WATER INCL. $550
MONTHLY, 1ST AND LAST
PLUS $400 SECU. AVAIL
MONTH END. 558-6477, 324-
7093 EVE.

CENTRALLY LOCATED,

2-BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATH,
BASICALLY FURNISHED APT.
NOW AVAILABLE, LEAVE
MESSAGE AT 327-4316.

OFFICE MANAGER/
MEDICAL ASSISTANT.
STRONG ACCOUNTING,
AND WRITTEN AND VERBAL
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
ARE A MUST. MUST BE ABLE
TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY
IN A QUICK PACED OFFICE.
NEEDS TO POSSES
EXCELLENT TIME
MANAGEMENT SKILLS AND
BE CUSTOMER SERVICE
ORIENTED.
MICROSOFT OFfICE AND
QUICK BOOKS EXPERIENCE
PREFERRED.

EMAIL RESUME TO:
rim_office @ coralwave.com.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
CONDO EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT IN ORLANDO Al.
Miglin FROM: -

AUG
$650.00 FOR: GiE WEEK. -
CALL 393-8478.






_ FOR RENT —

SHORT TERM RENTAL

3 BED, 3 BATH, VILLA WITH
PRIVATE POOL _ GARDEN,
NICELY FURNISHED, OCEAN
VIEWS, CLOSE TO BEACH,
QUIET & SECURE AREA, OUT
WEST. AVAILABLE JFROM 13
TO 27 AUGUST. CALL FOR
INFO, 457-0587.

STAPLEDON GARDENS,
ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENT, LIGHT AND
WATER INCLUDED, $600 PER
MONTH, FIRST, LAST AND
$200 DEP REQUIRED. MAX 2
PERSONS. CALL 394-6577,
557-2392, MON-FRI, 8AM TIL
7PM.

NEWLY BUILT 1 bed, very
spacious, AC, c/fans, 1st tank
of gas incl, water, cable,
washer & dryer.Lots of parking,
property completely encl
centrally loca. West St, south of
Meadows St public trans in 3-5
mins walk.

$575 —unfurn; $625/pm semi
furn; $750 fully furn. 1st, 1st &







Cc.

Call for 325-7675, 454-6536.
Perfect for newly weds. FREE
TV. -

NICE EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Furnished

Very Quiet Area, Tower Estates
near Seagrapes Shopping
Center. Includes light & water.
$550 p/m 1st, last, plus sec
dep. serious inquiers only Call :
361-3830

QUIET AREA 2 bedroom, 1
bath apartment, central air,
stove, fridge, microwave, gas

tank, burglar bar, water
included. Cable and phone
lines, ready off Tropical

Gardens, 5 mins from airport,
10 mins from Cable Beath,
$850 per month, first and last
plus sec dep. $500. Tel 327-
5092 or 357-9496.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM, 1
1/2-BATH, C/AIR, FRIDGE,
STOVE. WATER AND GAS
INCLUDED, $875/PM, FIRST
AND LAST MONTH, SEC DEP.
$500. PHONE 361-5507. NO
PETS.

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT, SITUATED IN
PINEWOOD GARDENS,
CASCARILLA STREET, $500
PER MONTH. ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED, AND $300 SEC
DEP. CONTACT 392-7392,
392-7664.

NEW 2-bed, 1-bath Apt in
Stapledon Gardens, central
A/C, burglar bars, ceiling fans,
tiles, fridge, stove, washer,
dryer, microwave. '$925 per
month. No children/no pets.
362-4100/ 457-4100.

BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
Busy area & newly renovated,
fully furnished, central air
condition. Call 377-3491. ;

s| OFFICE SPACE FOR; RENT.

3] $450 PER MONTH, UTILITIES

INCLUDED.

CALL FOR DETAILS 356-0545.



Call

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1 FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT. PLEASE DO NOT
BRING ANY OTHER
FURNITURE IN ROOM, ONE
SINGLE BACHELOR ONLY.
NO KIDS. NO PETS. OFF
EAST ST ON CROOKED
ISLAND ST JUST ACROSS
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, WASHER MACHINE
INCLUDED. $160 PER
WEEK, $500 TO MOVE IN.
WEEKLY ONLY.

CALL MS KEMP
BETWEEN 9AM AND 6PM.
TEL 326-0669.

APT FOR RENT - EAST ST
SOUTH AND NEXT TO
BEST OF THE BEST SALON
1-BED/1-BATH, UNFURN AND
STOVE AND FRIDGE, AC,
$500/mth, 1st, last, $250 sec.
323-5249.

ATTRACTIVE, SPACIOUS 2
bed, 1 1/2 bath Townhouse,
Charlene Drive, off Faith Ave.
Water, c/air, fridge, stove,
washer & dryer included, with
ceiling fans and two balconies.
* First, last month’s and sec dep
require. Phone 341-3116 after
5:30pm.

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY -
1-bedroom apartment, AC,
ceiling fan, water, washing and
drying facilities heater, partially
furnished. Martha Road off
Faith Ave North.

Contact 361-4869

Brand New, extra spacious,
unfurnished one bed, one bath,
with A/C, ceiling fans, burglar
bars, gated, cable and
telephone ready water
included. $600. Call 364-1761.

Brand New, extra spacious,
unfurnished one bed, one bath,
with A/C, ceiling fans, burglar
bars, gated, cable and
telephone ready water
included. $600 call 364-1761.

BRAND NEWS 1-BED APT
PARTIAL FURNISHED
CENTRAL AIR & WATER.
325-2424(D)
392-3251 (E)

BOOTH FOR RENT .

Nail Tech & Beauty Salon
“Very pleasant surroundings”
Sheniqua’s Leauty Salon and
Supply. Bahama Ave

Tel 328-0411

DELAPORTE POINT, Cable
Beach. Gated community with
sec guards, 2 pools, private
beach, cable and sat. TV.
Apartment

2 bed, 2 bath, fully furn, starting
at $2,500 mthly.

3-bed,, 2- 1/2: bath, fully fun;
Stating. At $3,500’ monthly. ait

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BRAND NEW 2 bedroom, 1
bath apartment . Water, ceiling
fans in both bedrooms, a/c in
master bedrom. ist corner on
right after The Oasis Resturant,
4th house on left yellow trim
white, great for newly
weds/young, professionals. Will
be ready ist July 2006. Must
see to appreciate, $800 per
month, first and last month rent,
sec clean up dep $500. Call



‘Luchie Rolle at 457-1953(cell),

356-8398(wk),
after 6pm
weekends.

BRAND NEW APT, CORAL
VISTA, CORAL HARBOUR. 2-
BED, 2-BATHS, AC,
WASHER, DRYER, FRIDGE,
STOVE, WATER_INCLUDED.
$1,100 PER MONTH.

TEL 422-3486, 362-1676.

BRAND NEW EASTERN
AREA 1 & 2 BEDROOM APTS,
$650 $750 a/c, sec bars, ist &
last month sec dep . Call 544-
1341 or 325-4461.

BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY,
fully furnished incl: light, water
and cable, $550 a month
Call 455-6570, 324-4494.

BRAND NEW one bedroom apt
in new subdivision. Hanna Rd,

362-0850(hm)
and all day

$600/mth. AC,- ceiling fan,
water included.

Phone 324-7306.
BRAND NEW TWO
BEDROOM, SEMI-
FURNISHED APT in new

Subdivision. Avail July 1st. AC,
ceiling fan, large closet, cable &
telephone ready, water
included. $700. Phone 525-
6207, 502-8343,

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY -
2-bedroom apartment, AC,
ceiling fan, water, washing and
drying facilities heater, partially
furnished. Martha Road off
Faith Ave North.

Contact 361-4869

BOATSWAIN ESTATES -
CORAL HARBOUR AREA
2bed/1bath unfurnished
apartment, AC/ceiling fans,
water included, $650 per
month, 1st and last month plus
$300 sec dep. Contact 362-
0814, 434-0742.

Brand New, extra spacious,
unfurnished one bed, one bath,
with A/C, ceiling fans, burglar
bars, gated, cable and
telephone ready water
included. $600 call 364-1761.

Cottage For Rent off vilege
Road, water included. Ideal for
office use. Generator
premises, fully carpeted,
cable ready. Must see to
appreciate. Call 394-5145
during the hours of 9-5.

CABLE BEACH Townhouse,
3. bed, 3 1/2 bath, completely
furnished, high ceilings, pool
enclosed yard near stores and
beaches. $3,000. 327-2694,
557-8980

-GABLE. BEACH, ocean front

property,” 5. bad,.“2., 1/2" bath,
{asge grounds, private beach,
$3,200/poi > plus« .utilitys '327-)
5316 427-6526h2- 456 4

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-ORLANDO, FLORIDA -
TRAVELING TO ORLANDO
AUGUST 5-12, ‘06?
STAY AT WESTGATE LAKES.
FOR ONE WEEK $650.
CALL 393-8478.

1&2 BEDROOM
SPECIOUS APTS,
FOXDALE.

PH: 364-5691 Home After 5pm
325-1119 (wk).

1 BED, 1 BAH, FURNISHED,
ALL UTILITIES, NO AC,
MARATHON. NO KIDS
$150/$175 WEEK 393-7514,
422-6768, MS SMITH

1-BED, 1- BATH,
MONASTERY PARK, SEMI-
FURNISHED, LIGHT, WATER,
CABLE INL. $650. PHONE
393-5845.

1-BED, 1-BATH SHIRLEA,
furnished AC, water & gas
incl'd. $650. Phone 393-5845.

1-BEDROOM APT. includes
fridge, stove, bed set, water &
light included. Eastern area
next to beach, asking
$675/mth, ist and last s/dep.
Phone 364-7829.

2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT
Misty Gardens, $600/pm, First
& last month + sec dep. Phone
325-4132.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT located
Spikenard Rd off Carmichael
Road Unit complete with ceiling

fans, blinds, security bars,
water, fridge and stove
included, cable &_ internet
ready.

$700/mth, 1st, last month and
$500 sec dep required.
Serious inquires
phone 424-1375.

CORAL HARBOUR __ two
spacious furn 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath
Townhouses ,open floor plan
1200 & 1500sq ft. Balcony
w/sea view. washer & dryer.
242-554-6613 or 393-2758.

CABLE BEACH Townhouse
1-bed, 1-bath, completely
furnished. Enclosed yard. Pool,
near store and_beachers,
$1,300. 327-2694, 557-8980.

CORDEAUX AVE APT
FOR RENT, 1-BED, 1-BATH
APARTMENT FOR RENT.

CEILING FAN AND SEC
BARS, WATER INCLUDED.
NO KIDS. $500 PER MONTH,
1ST AND LAST PLUS $300
SEC DEP. CONTACT 362-
0814, RO 434-0742.

EAST STREET SOUTH
NEXT TO BEST OF THE
2-BED, —1-BATH,
UNFURNISHED, STOVE,
FRIDGE,. AC, $600/MONTH,
1ST, LAST, $300 SEC 323-
5249

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Carmichael Road area.
All utilities included.
$550 per month.
Tel 361-2593 after 7pm or
525-7086.

3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
‘UNFURNISHED: APT, NEAR
_PARADISE BRIDGE, $1, 100.

” 393:0868; 393:5976.' |”





2-BED, 1-BATH FURNISHED
APT. Central A/C, ceiling fans,
burglar bars first, last & $400
sec dep $700 per month. No
children. No pets/children.
Phone 364-3978 after 6pm..

2-BED, 1-BATH HOUSE, OFF
SOLDIER. ROAD. $550 PER
MONTH. PHONE 361-8877.

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM APT,
FOX HILL, SEC SCREEN, AC,
AND WATER INCLUDED.
$600 A MONTEL $200 SEC

CALL CELL ase 1583, HOME
AFTER SIX PM, 324-5658 OR

ALL DAY WEEKEND.
2-BED, 1-BATH VILLA,
Paradise Island, double

encloséd automated garage,
central and window AC, units,
private pool, laundry facilities,
generator, and water storage
tank. Roll down hurricane
shutters. $4,500 per month.
Please call 322-6209 to view.

2-BED, 1-BATH, LARGE APT,
UNFURNISHED, CHRISTIAN
MARRIED COUPLE $700.
SOLDIER RD. 394-1441.

2-BED, 2-BATH. NEW.
FOR RENT OFF HANNA RD.
TEL 324-8745.

2-BEDROOM, 1 BATH APT
For Rent A/C in bathrooms,
ceiling fans, burglar house,
spacious, water included, $650
per month, first and last months
rent, $400 sec. Just off Soldier

Road near -Bamboo Shack.
Phone 323-7662.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT

sec bars, central air,. fridge,
stove, water included, $750
month, first, last & sec dep.
$600. 364-8354 after 6pm.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Sandilands Village = Road.
Spacious enclosed _ yard,
burglar bars, & sec system,
water included, $675 per
month, 1st and Ist month’s rent
plus sec dep. $300. 324-0104.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, water,
ceiling fan, c/air, blinds, fridge,
stove, sec system. $750 per
month, $600 sec dep.

Tel 364-6249.

3-BED, 2 1/2 BATH
TOWNHOUSE SEABEACH
ESTATE, 5 MINUTES FROM
BEACH, SEA VIEW ON
BALCONY. CALL 327-4192.

3/B, 1/B PARTIALLY partly
furnished house. Brand new
appliances, newly renovated
Elizabeth Estates. $900 per
month. Only serious applicants
need apply.

324-0543, 357-8119.

BEAUTIFUL BEACHFRONT
apartment building located
Yamacraw Shores, new 1-bed,
1-bath, semi-furnished. View of
the pond and beach. Ceiling
fans, phone ready, cable ready,
sec bars, new blinds, water and
central air conditioning
included. $750 per: month. To

-}-view call.323-1083/426-5665 or},

-1>324-4683 ask for'Miss King. _



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Offices For Rent
308 EAST BAY STREET -
10,000 sq.ft. beautifully fitted

Office space ready for
occupancy
BRITISH AMERICAN

INSURANCE HOUSE - from
1,500 sf. to 2,375 sq.ft.
finished office space, ready for
occupancy

107 SHIRLEY STREET - 1,450
to 3,725 s.f. next to Sassoon
House, ready for occupancy ~

CHARLOTTE HOUSE - 1,200
sq. ft. and 1,400 sq. ft.

55 FREDERICK STREET - 560
sq. ft. office — ready for
occupancy

GOODMAN’S BAY - 2,800 sq.
ft. finished office space; 1,700
sq.ft. unfinished space

BEAUMONT HOUSE - 1,500 to
30,000 sq.ft. on Bay Street

MALCOLM BUILDING - Bay
Street, 350 sq. ft. ready for
occupancy

ISLAND STATION - 960sq. ft.
newly renovated air-conditioned
office located behind new
police station.

e

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.
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.
31, 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.

UNION COURT - 1,000 s.f. | $2,300

penthouse on corner of Shirley
Street & Elizabeth Avenue

MARITIME HOUSE - 2,000 s.f.
on Fredrick Street

NORFOLK HOUSE - 2,322 sq.
ft. on Frederick Street.

WONG’S PLAZA - Upstairs
offices — ready for immediate
occupancy. 936 sq. ft. — 1,100
sq. ft.

SHIRLEY HOUSE - 1,289 sq.
ft. on second floor, ready to be
occupied

Shops For Rent
BAY STREET — former John

Bull premises -— 2,100 sq.ft. |

ready for occupancy

EAST BAY SHOPPING
CENTRE - 920 and 1,500 to
4,500 sq. ft.

MADEIRA PLAZA eformer
CIBC space — 5,375 sq. ft
°1,210 sq. ft.
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069

www.morleyrealty.com



Towers of Cable Beach
R2223- Furn. 2/2 beachfront
condo. Amazing views! $2,500

eas! 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-—_ Furn.
3/3.5 condo with amazing

views! $5,000

Seabeach Estates _R2216-
Furn. 2/1 with private yard.
$1,600

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:
* www.paradisebdhiamas.com



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NEWLY BUILT 2-BED/1-BATH
APT LOCATED OFF FAITH
AVE. CENTRAL AIR, SEC
- SYSTEM, WASHER
CONNECTIONS.
WATER INCLUDED. $700/PM.
TEL 361-4454/502-5838.

¢ ROOMS FOR RENT - light,
water, cable é
* CONVENIENCE SHOP FOR
RENT

°2-BEDROOM HOUSE, living,
dining, kitchen.

Tel 361-1507. °

ROYAL PALM COURT, Sea
View Drive, 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath
Condo in gated community.
Fully furn, central AC, cable TV
& internet.. Laundry fac and.
swimming. pool. Must see! Tel
424-4050.

SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM
SEMI FURNISHED IN QUIET
NEIGHBOURHOOD.
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED
$850 PER MONTH.
CALL 324-4494, 455-6570.

STAPLEDON GARDENS (near
St Johns College)
2 bed, 1 bath Apt
Quiet family environment
Furnished. $800/mthly
6 months lease minimum.
Tel 325-7313/323-4952.

NEW 1-BEDROOM APT, fully,
furn, water, electricity, cable
include, Out East. Near beach,
$800/pm, 1st, last, sec dep
perfect for expat. 556-
8491/557-0964.

NEW SHOP FOR RENT
$1200, first and last, $600 sec
dep. Excellent for a pharmacy
or a beauty store. Central A/C,
and water included. 322-3753,
Culmersville.

ROOMS FOR RENT SHARE
BATHROOM, FURNISHED,
ALL UTILITIES, $120
WEEKLY, BLUE HILL RD AND
WELLINGTON ST. 393-7514,
422-6768, MS SMITH

SEA BREEZE APT - 1-bed, 1-
bath, A/C, fully furnished, elec,
cable &- water © included.
Suitable for single person. $650
per month. Ph 324-6619
evenings.

STAPLEDON GARDENS APT
-Fully furnished 1-bedroom Apt
includes water, gas, phone,
central air, laundry, $700 per
month. 1st, last and sec dep.
Phone 325-8476, 424-1802.

1-BED

SUMMER -HAVEN -

APT, fully furnished, . water,
Lights, cable included. $700 per
month, first and last, $350 sec
dep. Call: 341-5174 or 324-
7985 ,

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
OFF COLLINS AVE, APPROX
600 SQ_ FT © AVAILABLE
IMMEDIATELY $1,000.
PHONE 327-2802.

ONE BEDROOM APT, FULLY
FURNISHED, LIGHT
WATER INCLUDED.
MARIGOLD FARM RD,
$550/MONTH. 364-2913.

very clean, AC, ceiling

&}|Augusts 5-12 ‘06,

ONE BEDROOM APT,
MILLER'S HEIGHTS,
500 MONTHLY, WATER

PHONE 361-5787.

SOUTHWIND GARDENS, 2-
bed, 1-bath, A/C, sec alarm,
water incl’'d, $675/pm, first and
last plus $400 sec dep. Contact
424-0091, or 477-6586.

TENT FOR RENT
Tents available for parties or
cook-out. 10' x 20'. $49/day.

Phone 426-4967

Sandilands Allotment
(off Fox Hill Road)
2-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms
Contact: 455-0890 or 324-1706

SPACE AVAILABLE
FOR NAIL TECHNICIAN.
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY .

- TEL 361-3481

‘specious

ROOM MATE
wanted to share
apartment with young
female. 2 very spacious
bedroom, $500 per
month rent includes light
and water utilities.
Centrally located in
Palmdale. 323-5196,
552-8277.

ROOM MATE wanted to share
fairly new apartment with young
female. The apartment has
bedrooms, ceiling
fans and burglar bars in every
room. $800 moves you in and
$400 per month rent includes
light and water utilities. Nassau
Village, William St, 393-8264.



1-BEDROOM APT, $550 per
month, 1st-& last sec $300

Off Golden Isles Road.

Call 361-4961, 361-4916.

1-BEDROOM APT, Carib Road
furnished and A/C: weekly or
monthly rental, $600 per month.
Adults only. Phone 393-9336,
9am-5pm.

1-BEDROOM FURNISHED,
UPSTAIRS ON WULFF ROAD
BUSY SECTION, NEAR FOOD
STORE, BUS STOP, ETC.
$650 MONTHLY, FIRST, LAST
AND SEC REQUIRED. TEL
326-3775

1-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT ‘with utility room, -walk-in
closet, c/air, ceiling fans, sec
bars, cable ready and water.
Located off Carmichael Road
near Faith Ave. Phone 422-
6765.

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apartment with light and water
included at $600 per month.
Sea Breeze area. Please call
327-5670.

2 BEROOM
efficiency. newly

unfurnished

renovated,
fans,
hot water, light, phone, cable,
blinds, first and last month or
weekly sec dep. No kids. 341-
0196 anytime.

2-BED, 2-BATH unfurnished

Apt Water included. Sherwood-

Drive, Out East. _ $700/mth. Call
557- 2876,

LITTLE BLAIR: 2 bed, 1 1/2
bath Townhouse available July.
$1,000/pm. Tel 393-1883.

FOR RENT - 1 1/2 ROOM,
LIGHT, WATER & CABLE
$500 1 PERSON
2 PERSON $600
3 OR MORE $650.
CALL: RENT c/o 324-5504;
1ST & LAST MONTH, DOWN.
$250 SEC.

CONDO EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT IN
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
ORLANDO, FLORIDA - spend
a week in Orlando from
in an
Efficiency Condo at Westgate
Lakes. $650.00 for the week.

Call 393-8478.

SINGLE MALE ROOMMATE
Utility included, $110 week
$470 move in. Tel 535-9813.

WANTS TO SHARE AT $100
PER WEEK. UTILITIES
INCLUDED. 393-8201

WANTS TO SHARE
| would to live in a furnished
bedroom (by myself) with
utilities included, willing to pay
$50 per week. Call 535-0769
ask for Ms Rolle.

HOUSEMATE WANTED to
share a new two bedroomed
apartment conviniently located.
A/C burglar — bars, water &
elec inciuded. 350. per month
800 to move in. call BTW
9.00am - 5pm ONLY. females
preferred, must be working.

324-8538.

ROOM MATE WANTED FOR

A FULLY FURNISHED, 2 BED,
1 1/2 BATH TOWN HOUSE
OUT WEST, $600 PER
MONTH, UTILITIES

INCLUDED, $900°TO MOVE IN
. PHONE 326-0330.



Couple looking for a
2 bed 1.5 bath home urgently
to Rent-to-Own.
Call 364-3620.

“95 CHEVY BLAZER

PARTS FOR SALE
TEL 436-8035



2 SEMI-SKILLED -
ELECTRICIAN WITH TOOLS
URGENTLY NEEDED.
CALL 364-4557

LIVE-IN HELPER WANTED.

TEL 322-8621

WANTED: kitchen Assistant
needed. Call 364- paa20, or 393-
7730.

LIVE-IN BABYSITTER/
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED.
PHONE 327-0176.



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Marine
Transportation Company is
looking to employ Captains
with the following
qualifications:

(A) Masters License
Basic MED
STCW Training

OICNW 500T or over
Radar Unlimited and ARPA
GMDSS

Bridge Resource Management
Advance Fire Fighting ~
Proficiency in Survival Craft
Medical Care Provider

Candidates must be mature,
reliable and a good people-
person and asset managers.
Additionally, candidates must
be good decision makers.

Please email or fax resume to
HYPERLINK
sybil@bahamasferries.com
or 242-393-7451

Live In Maid/Babysitter
needed. To care for baby and
household chores, previous
experience and references
required.

Contact: Ruby Albury or Adele
McDonald @ 242 357 6718

2 YOUNG, HARDWORKING
INDIVIDUAL FOR GARDENER
FOR A — NEW PLANT
NURSERY. CALL 326-6631.

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER .
Live-in nanny/houskeeper
required. Duties include helping
with 4. children and housework.
Cooking, driving, and general
housework. Must have a valid
international drivers
license and be able to swim.
Previous child care experience
a must. $200 per seek. 7:30-
6:30 daily. Apply PO Box SS-
19593, Nassau, Bahamas.

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
Salary $180-$200 per week.
Bahamians only need apply.

Tel 362-4706 eve.



LIVE-IN MAID/BABYSITTER
wanted, salary $100 per week.
Please contact 242-636-9020,
or e-mail at
Zipahart@ yahoo.com.

LIVE-OUT
NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER in
Cable Beach area. Must be
flexible with work schedule and
have previous experience
caring for babies. References
required. Tel 327-4374 or 456-

5130.

POSITION WANTED:
Executive Assistant with over
10 years experience in the
Corporate, Legal, Banking and
Business sectors _ desires
employment between the hours
of 4:00 - 10:00pm. Paralegal
and Business degree.

Executive secretarial
experience. _ No_ supervision
required. Professional and
confidential. Can _ start
immediately. Serious ‘inquiries
only: mail:

bahamasexecutives @ hotmail.c
om. .



MANAGER AND co
MANAGER Mature couple with
no children to manage an Out
Island Resort and Marina.
Duties include managing
houses, marina operations and
commissary. Applicants must
also have demonstrable skills
and knowledge in the repair
and maintenance of diesel
generators, refrigeration, heavy

equipment and reverse
osmosis water systems.
Applicants should be

knowledgeable in computers
and a foreign language and
must provide personal
references and a background
check. Apply in writing to:
C4833, c/o The Tribune, PO
Box N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

MARINE MECHANIC TO
SERVICE TWO BOATS. 454
CHEVY INBOARD. CHRIS
CRAFT, 175 EVINRUDE
OUTBOARD. CALL 457-3749,

Needed
One Maintenance Worker for
commercial complex.
Should. be have
communication and
skills also have basic training &
experience.
Also required to have your own
transportation.
Please send all resumes to
P.O. Box SS-19784
or fax # 323-1898.

NEEDED FOR SEPTEMBER
2 CHRISTIAN TEACHERS
FOR
UPPER ELEMENTARY/
JUNIOR HIGH
GENERAL SUBJECTS AT
SMALL, PRIVATE, CHRISTIAN
SCHOOL.

ONLY CERTIFIED BAHAMIAN
TEACHERS OR TEACHERS
WITH BAHAMIAN STATUS
WILL BE CONSIDERED.
CALL 322-4271.

Needed Urgenily-

1 Male Sales Associate
We are a_ growing retail
company, we ‘are offering:
Base Salary, Bonuses, Pension
Plan, Training and fots of
FUNI!!

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

WANTED - Plumbing Specialist
required for temporary
employment. Must be capable
of assembling 16” to 24” pipes.
Must be able to work in difficult
conditions such as water filled
and deep eee Please

reply — in PO. Box The
Manager, ox N1245,
Nassau.

TROPICAL HOME DESIGN
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
is now’ Hring motivated,

hardworking Sales Agents, to

work on a Commission based
salary only. All inquiries must
have ‘a reliable valves. Tel
326-5468« » .







PROPERTY MANAGER
An experienced _ high-end
property manager is needed for
a private residence compound






on Andros. The qualified
candidate must have
experience in he following
areas: infrastructure

development and maintenance,

building development and
maintenance, sustainable
waste systems, photovoltaic

and wind generation energy
systems, IT systems, marine
operations and _ personnel
management. References are
required highlighting
trustworthiness, integrity,
reliability, creativity and self
motivation. These references
will be checked as it is critical to
the screening process. The
qualifiying candidate must be
able to live in a remote, boat
access only location and honor
a minimum contract period of
two years. Interested persons -

may fax a resume and
references to 305-768-7707.
PROPERTY MANAGER

mature woman 35+, proficient
in accounting, Word and Excel.

Must have own _ transport.
Please fax resume to 323-
3254.

SALESPEOPLE TO SELL
HURRICANE SHUTTERS
Free Lance only need inquiries,
earn as much money as you
wanted, work from your home.
Call Alibaba Storm Protection

Co. TEL 324-6007

Seeking experienced and
skilled seamstress.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY.
Contact 356-6567, 356-6459

Service Engineer/Caretaker
Couple required tee
Accommodation available on
site. Large house in Nassau
looking for service engineer
and staff manager. Must have
experience in the following:

Engineer

- Chill Water A/C system

- R.O. Systems

- Lutron Control Lighting
Systems y

- Back up generators
- Plumbing Systems

-Pool Systems with water
Falls, infinity edge pool &
heaters

Staff Manager

-Management of house hold
staff

-Management of house hold
accounts

Please forward resume to 362-
5798 attention Human
Resources

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER.
Must speak Spanish and
English and be able to take
care of a handicapped person.
References required.

Call 363-5900.

WANTED

A cook with five years
experience: Cook for Chinese
Restaurant. Apply to PO Box
SB-52620, Nassau ~








SKILLED
specializing in block laying,
branding and . finishing,
carpenters specializing in roof
work, finish work, cabinetry and
frame work & _ plumbers
needed. Semi-skilled & helpers
as well. Positions to be filled

MASONS

immediately as jobs are in
progress. Please e-mail
contacts and necessary
information to:

newconstructionfirm @ yahoo.co
m. No contractors or foremen
needed!

SPIRITUAL ADVISOR AND
COMPETENT YOGA
TEACHERS NEEDED.
PLEASE CONTACT
SIVANANDA ASHRAM, YOGA
RETREAT. TEL 363-2902, PO
BOX N7550, NASSAU.

ST AGNES PRESCHOOL is in
need of a Principal beginning

the Christmas term,
September, 2006. The
prospective candidate- must

possess the following.

1) A love for children

2) Excellent administrative and
leadership skills

3) At least an Associates
Degree in Early Childhood

Education, or equivalent

4) A Teacher's Certificate

5) A minimum of five (5) years
teaching experience in a
preschool

Salary is commensurate with
qualifications and experience.

Interested candidates are
asked to submit a letter of
application along with a resume
and copies of the relevant

certificates to:

The Chairman, Education
Committee, St Agnes Parish
Office, Baillou Hill Road, PO

Box N1221, Nassau, Bahamas.
The deadline for receipt of
applications is 5pm, Friday,
June 16, 2006.

1. A Child Psychologist, with a
minimum of a_ Bachelor's
Degree in Child Behaviours &
experience in diagnosing
specials needs.

2. A Social Worker with a
minimum of a Bachelors
Degree and experience with
Social Work.

3. An Occupational Therapist

with a minimum of a
Bachelor's Degree in
occupational Theray &
experience working with

special needs children.

Contact Ms Allen, Kids Under
Construction Academy, Tel
326-5437.

Electrician
needed to work in service 24-
hrs call. $12 per hr . 322-4591.
Must have own tools and
transportation. 322-4591.

WANTED
One experience beautician to |
work in centrally located salon.
Good Commission. | 7
Phone 322-5753... .

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private school, is currently
accepting applications for
classroom teachers for the new
academic year at-both the
preschool and elementary level.

Applicant for teaching positions
in the preschool! must have a
Bachelor's Degree in Early
Childhood Education from an
accredited University or
College and have a_ valid
teaching certificate with a
least two years experience
teaching.

All applicants in the elementary
school must have a minimum
of a Bachelor's Degree in
Elementary Education and
possess a valid Teaching
Certificate from an accredited
University or College.
Applicants are also required
to have a least two years
experience. :

All teachers must be familiar
with inquiry based teaching
methods. ‘

Teachers with math and
science as specialties are
especially encouraged to

apply. :
Excellent grammar is a must.

Preference will be given to
Bahamian applicants:
Fax resume to 394-4790.

TEACHING VACANCY; Forest
Heights Academy __ invites
applications for the following:
Secondary: Mathematics and
Science, but other fields of
study will be considered as
well. Only qualified teachers
with Bachelors or Masters
Degrees from and. accredited
University need apply. A
minimum of 2 years teachin
experience is required.
Interested applicants should
send their resume to: Forest

Heights Academy, PO Box
AB20182, Mars! Harbour,
Phone 242--367-3539, Fax
242-367-4604.

TROPICAL COMPANIES is
in search of talented young
people, who are people
friendly, and sales oriented.
Vacancies for entry and
managerial level positions are
available. If you have at least
one years sales experience,
are computer literate, would like
to work within our number one
industry, tourism. Send your
resume, copy of first four pages
of passport, copy of NIB and
current police record and a
recent color passport photo to:
PO Box N9400, or :
Fax to 363-3330, or
e-mail to:
tropicalcompanies @ hotmail.com
before June 15, 2006

WANTED: PERSON TO
WORK AT A JERK STAND
CALL 326-6292 AFTER 6PM

YOUNG LADY seeks weekly
job from Mon-Fri, or
housekeeping, baby-sitting or
to do days work. Can be
recommended. - Call- 434-
7042(cell), .436-6347(cell), 324-
5210)H) ‘

VO, woe et PE MPAROL AT

BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY NEEDS:
SALES | REPRESENTATIVE,
Professional Coating, a leader
in the Paint ‘and Coating
Industry. Has an opportunity for
a Sales Representative in. the
Paint Market. In this position
you will develop and Manage a
Sales Territory and conduct
regular field sales calls and
product demonstrations, Sales
and/or Coating experience
preferred, Bachelors in

Business or related field.

HERE WHAT YOU GET:
Competitive Salary, Growth
opportunities, Company Paid
Training.

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED:
High School Diploma or
equivalent, ability to work all
scheduled hour. Self-Motivated,
Valid Drivers ___License,
appropriate, Vehicle Insurance,
your own Car, must be willing
to work with little supervision.
LIVE-IN Career Companion for
Adult Lady with slight learning
disability. Must be kind and
caring age 45+, a Driver, non-
smoker and have — good
understanding of the English
Language. DUTIES Includes,
General Housework,
Washing/Ironing, Cooking and
Driving to/from different places,
a interest in craft work will be
an asset.
Experience. Security Guards,
Cashiers, Drivers, Maids, Male
Janitors,. and if you are serious
looking for a career in the
wore Ser. PLEASE CALL
US AFTER YOU HAVE THE
FOLLOWING:

Two (2) written References
from your Pass Employer,
Valid Police Record, One (1)
Passport Photo and your
Resume. ©

TELEPHONE (242) 361-5105





BUDDY RAY needs 2 Back-up
Vocalists (ladies). Must be able
to travel. 322-3378, or 382-
1956. Thank you, God Bless!

C.H. EVENTS

Tall attractive females needed
for marketing. _Non-explicit.
454-7305, 454-4386, 441-7480

CABINET/FURNITURE
FINISHER required. Must have
at.least two year's experience
in field. Also a good knowledge
of spraying stains and finishes,
clear coats and paints.
Knowledge of mixing formulas,
spray equipment, conventional
and airless a must. Please call
362-5796 if you meet all these
requirements.

CABINET/FURNITURE
MAKER

required. Must have at
least three year’s experience in
furniture making field.
Must have a good knowledge of
jointing veneers and
operating high tech cabinetry
machines. A perfect finish is
expected. If you meet all these
requirements. —
Please call 362-5796.



















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Carpenter Foreman
required - Specializing in
concrete forms. Must have a
minimum 10 years experience
in the trade, 3 years of which in
concrete forms. Please fax
resume to 362-5798.

CHEF WANTED experience in
gourmet cuisine and
international foods. Experience
necessary. New Restaurant.
Must be team player. Send
resume by email to:
Inpratt @ coralwave.com.

CHRISTIAN FEMALE needed
as soon as possible to sell an
Amazing Product and teach
Afterschool Remedial Classes.
Must have good communication
and computer skills. Must have
a: reliable vehicle. Apply ‘in
writing to: The Director, PO Box
FH-14431, Nassau, Bahamas,
or Fax a one page resume to:
394-2367, No phone calls
please! If selected for an
interview you will be contacted.

COMMISSION SALES

AGENT
BREARCOM, a marketing firm
is looking for Commission
Sales Agents. The applicants
must have at least 2 years
Sreriente in marketing and
sales, must be an effective
communicator, and must be
able to work without
supervision Included benefits
are travel opportunities, flexible
working “hours and 10-20%
Commission. There is no base
pay only Commission. Call 394-
7092 for an appointment.

COMMISSION SALES AGENT
BREARCOM, a marketing firm
is looking for Commission
Sales Agents. The applicants
must have at least 2 years
experience in marketing and
sales, must be an effective
communicator, and must be
able to work without
supervision. Included benefits
are travel opportunities, flexible
working hours and 10-20%
Commission. There is no base
pay only commission. Call 394-
7092 for an appointment.

DANCERS needed female and
male for new hotel show.
Apply at Fame Entertainment,
hristie St, off Bay St and
Dowdeswell St.
Auditions is Mon- Wed at 6pm.



DATA ENTRY
CLERK/BOOKKEEPER. Must
have at least. two years

experience in: Quick Book Pro,
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft
Word, Microsoft Publisher. Call
394-2071 ext 22

Driver/Delivery _ person,
able to drive a standard shift
vehicle. Applicants should be
mature, 4Q0years and up.
eee should supply a
Police Certificate, Valid Driver's
License and = a_ Health
Certificate. stating free from
illegal drugs. Call 393-5011.

WANTED
1 K3 TEACHER
1 SECRETARY’ :

| CALL 327-0176, 341-8808.





A CONTRACTOR NEEDED
WITH 15-20 YEARS
EXPERIENCE.

SERIOUS ONLY NEED TO
APPLY. — 394-8889/394-8890
CALL NOW.

ABLE OFFICE ASSISTANT for
publisher's office. Intelligent,
pleasant. Must have exp: in
Word & typing. Quicksbooks or
Graphics a plus. Fax resume to
322-4527.

ACCOUNTS CLERK urgently

needed with 2 years
experience, proficient in
Microsoft applications,

preferably 25 years and older.
Fax resume to 394-7659.

ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT

needed for growing business
candidate must have excellent
organizational and
communication skills. Must be
proficient in Microsoft office
including Excel and’ Words.
Must have accounting
knowledge and a_ strong
working knowledge of
Quickbooks, be punctual and
professional and have excellent
decision making skills.
Associate degree in business
preferred. alary _ benefits
commensurate with experience.
Fax resume (2 page max, no
cover letter necessary to: 362-
0900 or email to:
ad_assistbah@ yahoo.com.

ASSISTANT TO _ FITNESS
CONSULTANT FOR LADIES
EXERCISE STUDIO
ATHLETIC ABILITY AND
COMPUTER LITERACY. FAX
RESUME TO 328-4706.

DRIVER REQUIRED
ESTABLISHED COMPANY
SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED
INDIVIDUAL TO FILL THE
ABOVE POSITION. DUTIES
INCLUDE ORGANIZING, SET
UP & PICK UP OF PARTY
RENTAL ITEMS, DRIVING A
MANUAL SHIFT TRUCK IN A
SAFE MANNER, CANDIDATE

MUST BE ABLE TO PROJECT:

THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
THAT, THE COMPANY
MAINTAINS. WILLING TO
WORK ON WEEKENDS AND
HOLIDAY IS A MUST.
EXCELLENT SALARY +
BENEFITS AVAILABLE.
PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO:
lawnboy @ batelnet.bs.

HELP WANTED;
Security Officers wishing to
make application . for
employment . with HARRIER
PROTECTION AND.
SURVEILLANCE CO. LTD are
asked to report to The Institute
of Commerce and Business,
Prince Charles drive
Wednesday 7th June 2006 at
2:00pm. Applicants who have
completed applications with the
Ministry of our and
pxonengs are asked to report
at 12:00nn. NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE TO The
Institute of. Business and
Commerce. Email:
harriersecurity @ hotmail.com

HANDYMAN NEEDED.
CALL 326-3779. .





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ESTABLISHED AUTO
COMPANY, LOOKING FOR A
GENERAL AUTO MECHANIC.
TEL 393-3949.

- FEMALE
GENERAL WORKER
needed. $150-$200 per week.
Phone 341-5760.

FULL TIME DIRECTOR
Wanted for the Kids Up!
Program at St Andrew's
Presbyterian Kirk. The ideal
candidate should have a BA in
Education, Youth Minisry or
Social work and should love
children, .be a team player,
innovative, creative, self
motivated, project driven and
experienced in programming,
curriculum development,
administration, supervision and
fundraising. :
Please fax resume:

1960, or email:
standrewskirk @ yahoo.com

HAIR & NAIL TECH BOOTHS
FOR RENT
EXCELLENT ENVIRONMENT
Tel 426-2243 / 326-6138

to 323-

HANDYMAN/GARDENER.

Good painting & gardening
skills hard worker, must speak
English, need references,
$175/pw, 5 days.

Call 393-6544 after 5pm.

HELP WANTED a contractor
needed, with 15-20 years
experience. Serious inquiries
only need to apply. 394-
8889/394-8890, call now.

HELP WANTED NEEDED
FOR CLEANING AND
COOKING, 6 DAYS PER
WEEK.
TEL 425-7823.
HELPER WANTED who is
familiar with construction &
carpentry work. Must have valid
police medical certificates.
Character references required.
Applicants to respond in writing
PO Box N9067, Nassau,






HOUSEKEEPER
eae, Bahamian only need
apply. Tel 393-5226, 423-7102,
7am to 9am, or 5:30pm to 9pm.

HOUSEKEEPER/BABYSITTE
R needed urgently to care for
toddler and household chores.
Bahamians only need apply.
Previous experience
references, and a current police
record required. Work hours 12
noon to 7pm. Must have
transportation. _ Sala
$160/week. Call 427-6936.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR BAKERY ASSISTANT,
DRIVERS, CLEANERS,
PACKAGING CLERKS -
DOWNTOWN BAKERY

CALL 326-1680.

SALES PERSON NEEDED.
PREVIOUS EXP REQ. MUST
BE MATURE, TEAM PLAYER.
POSSESS GOOD
CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS.
SELF MOTIVATED
ENERGETIC AND HIGHLY.
ASSERTIVE. TEL 363: *





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Stinging Bees.
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FOR ALL YOUR DISHNET,
DIRECT TV, PANSAT.
VIEWSAT INSTALLATION
AND PROGRAMMING 18" 30"
DISHES.

PHONE:324-5467426-1437.

' GUARANTEED
WEIGHT LOSS AND
MAXIMUM FITNESS LEVEL
CHANGE OF PACE

EXERCISE STUDIO
FREE Be 78 available.

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PRECISE TITLE
RESEARCH SERVICES.
WE SPECIALIZES IN TITLE

RESEARCH SERVICES.
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FOR ALL YOUR TITLE
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ROOFING SPECIALIST
FOR

*ROOF FRAMING
*ROOF REPAIRING
*ADDITION
CALL: OSWALD ARNETT,

341-5024.
SERIOUS CALLERS ONLY
THEY’RE BACK!!!
LATEST FIX ADULTS, PPV
MOVIES, ETC

FOR ES 8 VIEWSATS.
CALL ME NOW

PHONE 325-0927/399-8096



“HURRICANE SEASON ,
Roof leaking -
Need storm shutters
Call Collie’s Construction at
392-5404 NOW






COLLEGE STUDENT with 8
BGCSEs seek job.
Call 464-3396 or 361-0554.

CONSTRUCTION/PROJECT

MANAGER, expat with
Bahamian right to work status
seeks challenging _position.,
Resume and references upon
request. Contact
bahamasconstructionmanager

les com



RELIABLE,

ONEST,
SOISTIAN LADY seeks living |

ob as baby sitting,
jousekeping, elderly person.
Contact 323-3479.














1AM AN HONEST, RELIABLE
person seeking to work on any
job any hours from Mon-Fri.
Call 535-0769 ask for Kay.

LADY SEEK JOB TO CARE 4
THE ELDERLY. AND: DO
LIGHT HOUSE WORK 454-
7770, TAMARA

LADY seeks evening work,
(cleaning, washing, etc). Tel
423-4550.

LADY seeks job as caregiver at
nights and days work. Call 326-
1918, or 455-3965. =

HONEST LADY SEEK JOB AS
CAREGIVER/BABYSITTER
OR LIVE-IN MAID, PLEASE
CALL 328-2449.

HARD working & reliable young
man. looking for a job as a
construction worker.
Specialized in carpentry,
masonry, sheet rocking, steel
tying, etc. Call 361-0777(H), or
455-2681 (C), and ask for Ricky.

LADY with seeks weekly job
Monday thru Friday. Preferably
in the Eastern or Wesern area.
Contact 361-8218 call anytime
after 6pm.

MATURE LADY lookin
days work. Serious an
honest. Cell 455-8835

MATURE LADY SEEKS
WEEKLY JOB. 525-5360

MATURE LADY SEEKS
WEEKLY JOB. 425-9740.

MATURE, professional woman
seeks part time work at home
or in. the Eastern District
between 9am 2- pm, fast
shorthand and typing; computer

literate. Call 364-8350.

MATURE, RELIABLE,
HONEST LADY SEEKS
DAYS WORK. 455-5747 -

POSITION WANTED
Executive Assistant with over
13 years experience -in the
Corporate and Business
sectors, desires employment
between. the hours of gam -
2pm. . Executive ~ Secretarial
experience, .no supervision
required. Professional and
confidential.

for
very















Please enquire at 454-7059.

and email domi @bateinet.bs

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thousands to be made by

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THIS SUMMER
CALL US @ 392-4962
FOR INFO.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 39







ALL-IN-ONE HP OFFICEJET
5610 6-MONTHS OLD,
HARDLY USED. $200.

CALL 322-7954 AND LEAVE

LIKE NEW
KENMORE FRIDGE, GOOD
SALE EXCELLENT COND.
TEL 323-8250, 326-0014, 326-

FATHER'S DAY
Looking for a*unique
Father’ Day gift.
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Copper Tennis Bracelet. peor coe sen ONE SR
He'll look good and feel even ‘
i BRAND NEW PANSAT,
my ae wot SATELLITE KENMORE ERIDGE.
eka , RECEIVERS $345 WITH EXCELLENT GONE.
Avis 392-3697. SWITCH. 18", 30 " SATELLITE GOOD SIZE $350

DISHES AVAIL. PHONE 324-
5467, OR 426-1437.

10-5:30PM, 323-8250,
326-0014.
6-9:30PM 558-7206 323

ONE COFFEE TABLE SET
with two end tables for sale.
Oak frame wth glass top. $180

ono. FOR SALE
Phone 502-0498(w), 324-7061 | FARTS Pts ete elu cel ssh

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OR IMPROVE YOUR GAME
WITH LESSONS

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PSA CERTIFIED Pp glasses, ee roa tak

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Good Temperment,

eJUNIOR DEVELOPING household goods &
Makes a Great Pet! A E

‘Aika Only Asking $20.00 each!!! | | Smaart BAHAMA
Must Seil! 361-3830

SQUASH APPAREL FOR SALE

EQUIPMENT & STRINGING.

SATELLITE BOX $298.00
TEL 242-323-7797

MOT-RAZOR PH $289.00
SATELLITE PHONE
CALL 340-1313.

FOR SALE
GE Washer $400
GE Dryer $375
Call 364-4527

4-pc sitting room set $300
Dining room set, (92” table, 4
chairs & double door China
closet) $500

Child infant seat $125

Child high chair $100

Child baby stroller $175 BRADFORD MARINE, GRAND

2 baby monitors $20
4 new baby blankets & bedding | BAtKAMA = IS CURRENTLY’.

$20
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PERSONS SHOULD

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guitar in a fun and exciting
8 week course
July 1 thru Aug 26.

This course is being offered in
an excellent location
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EXPAT LEAVING ISLAND

(All excellent condition) FOR SALE

COMPLETE AN APPLICATION






members. HP 4350 LASER JET ¥
For more information call 364- SOB GU) ee PRINTER $500 AT ur QUEEN & HIGHWAY
2756, or e-mail: pre Le HP 2800 BUSINESS JET :
timdeal45 @ hotmail.com Pela tea -PRINTR $500 ENGINE TECHNICIAN
Music Centre 3 disc/2 tape [RrYes=he)\IM Aes is) NEEDED FOR REPAIRS TO
Scanner + HP Printer MONTHS BY MOVIE LARGE ACHTS,
SS eas COMPNY. SERIOUS INQ COMMERCIAL
oD ules ONLY. 242-525-3346. RECREATIONAL VESSELS.
: Must Sell! Cheap Prices EXPERIENCE WITH
Noa ane Dito cke tees (ONE OF THE LATEST) TROUBLESHOOTING AND
New _ shoes, __ handbags, eae tse MOTOROLA GSM PHONES] oyeRHAULS REQUIRED
Sn oor Stef on the malkal it al in the] CATERPILLAR AND
= H , 7 stores over here for $500 to
shoes. 1053 Sugar Apple USED CAR PARTS $600 my price $300. Many BREEERRED PROFICIENCY
Street, Pinewood Gardens, FOR SALE accessories. . :
take Bamboo to Thatch Palm We have Chevy,Nissan, Call David, 393-1810. FAX YOUR RESUME TO: 242-
Street, then 3rd left is Sugar|] Ford, Chrysler and Daewoo. 352-7695, or EMAIL:
Apple Street, 2nd House on the Call 356-0133. zi Panag Fp mror a $500, mirror $10. _ | PAN@BRADFORD-GRAND-
right. 424-4974 or 392-1493 64-3620. BAHAMA.COM



DESKTOP COMPUTER FOR
SALE $450. PHONE 364-8508








MARINE YACHT AND SHIP
REPAIR FACILITY located in
Freeport, Grand Bahama is




SATURDAY, JUNE 17.
- LITTLE BLAIR: 393-4984. YOUR BABY CAN READ!







FOR SALE
WOODEN PUB TABLE $150





seeking an experienced marine
one apne ean WITH OW nascaGe IN professional to supervise and
CALL 393-1093 Very young children are manage it's Mechanical
oe ee learning to read with this irc nbareony beckoroligd

BRAND NEW PORTABLE AGE SALE amazing system!
AIR COND UNIT, $8,000 BTU, GARAGE SAI Only $95.00 a eet ep ret -
$400. 557-5973, 422-0088, Baskets, candles, frames & eee SAnsaeaeS Good communications.
454-2617, 363-8888. i : s

‘|other home accent pieces, 3
pc living room, 1 coffee, 2 end
1 sofa table 2 buffet tables,








2 COMPUTER used (256 RAM organization and computer

- 40 GB HD) with flat panel] skills are helpful. Send resume
screen, keyboard, etc. $400] to:




$500. PHONE 327-2802.













wall mirrors, area rug, BBQ gill, | each Bradford Marine, Inc. 3051

DnING Rees 6 9 | alarm system, golf clubs . 1 Belkin UPS (protect over-|State Road 84. Fort

4 CHAIRS. LI $25 _——___________| voltages) $50 Lauderdale. Fl 33312
SHARP STEREO SET $160-: GRACO INFANT CAR SEAT,|2 Coin Collector (BS/US) for

email:employment @ Bradford:
eee or fax -954-583-
9938.

_TEL 361-6372 UNISEX. PRINT, EXC COND,

ONLY USED 2 TIMES. $45
OBO. 422-4254.,

Excel cond. Fridge $400 ONO
Brand new Chandelier $80
Call 392-4422/ 436-8688 ask
for Trish

ELEC WASHING MACHINE

Internet Cafe $200 each.
Phone 364-6838.

ITEMS FOR SALE:
2 Bath tubs (Jacuzzi) $450
Regular bath tub - $300.
Hurry. Need to make space.

Phone 426-496
LEAVING THE ISLAND SALE





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PARADISE ISLAND #3370 Two bedroom
2 bach condominium in beachfront gated com-
plex. Two pools, {ounge and sunning areas, trop-
ical landscape, sandy beach access, parking.
$555,000. Mark.Hussey @SothebysRealty.com
242.457.4308

West Bay STREE?! #1034 Two storey 3
bed 2.5 bath family home with office. Great
ocean views, gazebo, deck, two 2.5 ton central
A/C, automatic generator & more. $925,000.
George. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.362.4211

East Bay ON THE HARBOUR #3234
Bahamian home with |00’ of bulkhead by 300’
deep; opposite East Villa. Elevated, great views
of Paradise !s. Open Zoning, Price upon inquiry.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

SEAPOINTE #593 Beachfront 3 bedroom 3
bath townhouse. Swimming pool & cabana,
Tennis & Beach Club. Marina with dockage.
Gated community. Reduced $695,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305 -



CABLE BEACH #2622 European ambience
at this well built 4 bed 4.5 bath waterfront resi-
dence with 98 feet on the water x 280 feet
deep. [deal for condo development. $1,650,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

EASTERN ROAD WATERERONT #3352
Lovely Bahamian style 3 bed, 3.5 bath home
with formal living and dining rooms, courtyard
with panoramic views of the ocean. $749,000.
Lana.Rademaker@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

LOTS e& ACREAGE

YAMACRAW ROAD Single & multi-family lots - 80° x [00’. 10% down. Financing available on single
family. Prices start at $89,000.

Great Harpour Cay Hevated lot on ridge, sea view. $90,000. Waterfront 130’ x 330°. $275,000.
SouTH OCEAN Single & multi-family lots from $90,000.

JACARANDA Residential lots 90’ x 120° from $120,000.

ELEUTHERA Oceanfront lot 90° x 170° - $130,000. -

INDIGO Residential lots 60’ x 120° from $150,000. Triplex lot $170,000. Community pool, tennis
courts & gated entrance.

SANDYPORT Lots in last phase from $205,000.

West Bay STREET Oceanview 16,400 square foot lot, 77 feet x 223 feet deep, $330,000.
SANDY PORT Canalfront lot with dock and beach. $340,000,

DAMIANOS SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY, 75 SHIRLEY.STREET, NASSAU . 242.322.2305.




SANDYPORT #3253 Canalfront Colonial 2
storey residence and cottage on 2 lots with 175 ft
of water frontage. Grand waterway views, spa-
cious Master suite and verandahs. $2,600,000.
George. Damianos@SothebysReaity.com
242.362.4211

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RoOYALL BEACH ESTATES #3199
Beautiful, upgraded 2 bed 2 bath condo. Stunning
ocean views, nicely decorated, stainless steel appli-
ances, Infinity pool. Gated community. Reduced
$489,900. Lana.Rademaker@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305



Vista BELLA #3323 Contemporary style
oceanfront 2 bed 2 bath condo in one of Cabie
Beaches exclusive gated communities offers pri-
vacy and security. Crystal clear ocean views.

~ $530,000. Mark.Hussey@SothebysRealty.com
242.457.4308

PROSPECT RIDGE #3369 Reflecting the
era of |930’s Nassau, this elevated |.71 acre

property enjoys sea breezes, golf course and ocean
views. Two bed 2 bath guest cottage. $1,100,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

RENTALS

MONTAGUE HEIGHTS #3306 Spacious *

3,400 square foot 3 bed 2 bath residence on
double lot in quiet community. Tiled floors,
alarm system, A/C and 30,000-gal. water cistern.
$695,000. Suzanne,Harding@SothebysRealty.com
242.393.1179





CURRENT, ELREUTHERA #3366
Well-built 3 bedroom 3 bath dream house plus
| bedroom | bath cottage on 4 acre property
with 300 feet of white sand beach. $1,600,000.
Jonathan.P.Morris@SothebysRealty.com
242.332.2820

WEsT Bay STREET Oceanfront 2b ib apt w/garage. $2,000.

DELAPORTE Oceanfront.3b 3b, sea views. $3,500.

SEAPOINTE 3b 3b townhouse, beachfront. $5,000.

SANDYPORT Island cottage Governor's Cay. $5,500.

West Bay Srreer Oceanfront home. 4 bedrooms, office and garage. $6,000.

SANDYPORT Executive canalfront 3b 3.5b, dockslip. $7,000.

PARADISE Is. Harbourfront 3 bed 3 bath apt, dock slip. $7,500.

ISLANDS at OLD Fort Bay Key West, Florida style waterfront 3b 3b cottage, boat dock, great

views. $8,000.

OLD Fort Bay Executive canalfront 3 bed 3.5 bath plus | bed guest cottage, pool, dock. $10,000.
SANDYPORT Executive canalfront 4b 4.5b, dockslip. $10,000.



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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006



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MP contradicts
govt claims after



ll By PAUL G TURNQUEST -
Tribune Staff Reporter

_ AN MP last night confirmed res-
idents’ fears that no fogging had
taken place in malaria-stricken
Exuma to control the. spread of
mosquitoes.

This was in direct contradiction
of government claims that pest
control measures were being taken
in the early mornings and late
evenings.

Exuma MP Anthony Moss, who
is deputy Speaker of the House of
Assembly, ‘stated unequivocally
that no fogging had taken place in
Exuma since the beginning of the
month.

Late Tuesday evening Ministry
of Health officials informed ZNS
that they were fogging and treating
open water areas in Exuma.

Minister of Health Dr B J Not-

tage said his ministry was carrying °

out chemical larvaciding, adulti-
ciding, and fogging to eliminate or
reduce the mosquito count.

However, several Exuma resi-
dents phoned The Tribune ques-
tioning the. accuracy of the min-
istry’s information, stating that they
had not seen any fogging anywhere
on the island — especially since
the malaria outbreaks had caused
widespread concern.

“T can tell you today, right now,
that I am sure that no fogging has
taken place over the last week,”
Mr Moss said.

“As far as treating the lakes —
yes. That is an ongoing thing which
has been happening over the last
two weeks. It was happening up
until I left Exuma on Tuesday.

“But.as far as the fogging goes,

alaria outbreak

that is something that we would
do annually: around the summer
time when the mosquitoes are
there. But since the beginning of
this month, I cannot stand here
and tell you that fogging has taken
place in Exuma,” Mr Moss said.

The ministry's attempts at lar-

vaciding ponds and fogging com-
munities are the only ways to com-
bat the Anopheles mosquito which
carries. malaria. To date, at least
16 people on the island have been
affected.

Dr Nottage confirmed on Tues-
day that they were effectively treat-
ing the affected persons and pre-
dicted that six of them’ would be

released from Princess Margaret”

Hospital (PMH) as early as yes-
terday.

However, calls to Dr Nottage,
Dr Baldwin Carey, Director of
Public Health, and Director of
Environment Melanie McKenzie
for an update to Tuesday’s news
release were unsuccessful. Accord-

“ing to their secretaries, they were

all in meetings.

Elma Garraway, permanent sec-
retary at the Ministry of Health,
did return a call and said she would
check if an update was to be
released today.

Malaria is primarily transmitted

by female mosquitoes of the

Anopheles genus, which usually
feed at night. Pregnant women are
especially attractive to these mos-
quitoes and malaria in pregnant
women has been cited as an impor-
tant cause of still births, infant mor-
tality and low birth weight.
Characteristics of the infection

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a EXUMA MP Anthony Moss outside of the House yesterday.

Sixteen confirmed

positive with malaria

@ By MARK HUMES



HEALTH officials from the Ministry of
Health and National Insurance have confirmed

‘that of the 158 persons tested in the Exuma’

malaria scare, 16 have tested positive for the
disease.

In the latest update coming from the health
ministry, officials said they did not expect any
further local transmission of malaria because
there was no evidence at this time of the
Anopheles mosquito in Exuma.

They warn, however, that as they continue
household investigations over the next 10 days,
they do expect to identify a few more cases.

According to officials on Tuesday, “surveil-
lance teams have been carrying out contact
tracing and geographical surveillance in areas
of Exuma in which cases of malaria were dis-
covered. These efforts are continuing to meet
with success.”

Residents on the island had expressed con-
cern that with the lack of spraying being done,
the disease could spread throughout the island
and affect, not only their tourism product, but
their own health as well. But the officials reit-
erate that they do not exper! this to be ne
case.



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New date to

appeal death

sentence for
Maxo Tito

| By. NATARIO McKENZIE

ATTORNEYS for convicted
murderer Maxo Tito have been
given a new date to appeal the
death sentence handed down
just weeks after the London
Privy Council ruled that sen-
tencing for convicted murder-
ers was discretionary.

Dion Smith, of the law firm
Lockhart and Munroe informed
the Court of Appeal yesterday
that he was seeking an adjourn-
ment in the matter as he had
not yet. been able to obtain
copies of court records'of Tito’s
Supreme Court trial. Mr. Smith
said yesterday that he expect-
ed to have the documents
before the day’s end.

President of the Bahamas
Court of Appeal, Justice Dame
Joan Sawyer, who appeared
with justices Emmanuel’ Osade-
bay and Hartman Longley,

‘ informed Mr Smith yesterday
that if an adjournment were
granted, the matter could not
be heard by the appellant court
until September. The hearing

SEE page 15

Phenton Neymour responds to

criticism by Fayne Thompson

â„¢@ By MARK HUMES

ADDRESSING verbal attacks by
lawyer Fayne Thompson, Phenton
Neymour, a former Coalition for

Democratic Reform leader, said he is

not going to engage ina personal fight
with Mr Thompson because his goal is

‘bigger than just getting in the press.

Mr Neymour’s remarks were. in
response to an interview that Mr
Thompson gave to The Nassau
Guardian in which he criticised the
former CDR heads, Charles Maynard
and Mr Neymour, for their move to
“merge” with the Free National
Movement party.

“My concern is about making a con-
tribution to the Bahamas, and not
fighting with Mr Thompson,” said Mr
Neymour.

Surprised by. the sudden public out-
burst from Mr Thompson, which was
directed at him and Mr Maynard, Mr
Neymour believes that these attacks
may be more personal against the
Maynard and Neymour families, as
no other former CDR member or
executive was mentioned.







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A DELICIOUS WAY
TO START YOUR DAY:

Mr Neymour’s reference may well
be associated with the public feud that
occurred between Mr Maynard’s rel-
ative, Attorney General Allyson May-
nard-Gibson, and Mr Thompson’s sis-
ter, former Registrar General Eliza-
beth Thompson, who eventually
resigned her post.

Additional Tribune records also
reflected a possible fall-out from a
conflict between Mr Neymour’s father,
Basil Neymour, and Mr Thompson in
1992 when both sought the PLP’s
nomination for the Pine Ridge con-.
stituency..At the time, it was reported,
“Mr Thompson got the overwhelm-
ing support of those present and vot-
ing” at the PLP’s Pine Ridge branch
meeting. However, in the end, with
Sir Lynden’s support, Mr Neymour
got the party nomination.

“Right now,” said Mr Neymour,

“Mr Thompson is in the political
wilderness, and he is grasping to. hold
on to some political life raft.”
Contrary to the Guardian’s report
which called Mr Thompson a “found-

SEE page 15 |


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PERSONS who live in the
eastern end of New Providence
say they continue to suffer from
a contaminated water supply
despite repeated complaints.

They are renewing calls for
the Water and Sewerage Cor-
poration (WSC) to address the
problem of brown, rusty water
coming out of their pipes.

Several affected persons told
The Tribune yesterday that the
only thing they can do about
the problem is install a filter —
which only clears up the water
for a few days.

They have been advised not
to resort to well water, as the
Water and Sewerage Corpora-
tion claims it can be unsafe.

However, some of the affect-
ed persons claim they have no
choice but to use water from
wells.

“The water is filthy muddy,
like sewer, no good at all — and
not even clean enough to offer a
dog,” said Elaine Lorifice, an
apartment complex-tenant in
the area.

Both the general manager of
the WSC and his assistant man-
ager were unavailable for com-
ment on the matter.

Diane Phillips, a longtime res-
ident of Eastern road, said the
water from her taps was very
brown over the weekend.

“Imagine turning on your tap
at the end of a hard day looking
forward to a shower, and you
can't even get in it because it's
the colour of coffee with a slight
amount of cream; it’s absolute-
ly disgusting,” she said.

Mrs Phillips said that as a
result of ‘the problem, her
clothes become discoloured
after being washed.

Despite the repeated incon-
venience this problem has
caused her over the years, she
commended the corporation
for improved customer rela-

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THE TRIBUNE



In brief

New child
protection
act ‘before
summer’



MOUNT THOMPSON,
Exuma — Minister of Social Ser-
vices and Community Devel-
opment Melanie Griffin said
she hopes to bring the proposed
Family and Child Protection
Bill 2006 before parliament
before or immediately after the
summer recess.

Minister Griffin took the con-
sultative process on the road for
the third time in less than a
week, holding town meetings in
a number of communities in
Exuma on the proposed legis-
lation.

“This piece of legislation is
proposing an increase in penal-
ties for various abuses of chil-
dren and is also proposing
imposing mandatory reporting
not just of sexual abuse, but of
every form of abuse against chil-
dren — because before, it was
just the mandatory reporting of
sexual abuse against children.

“But now, whether it is phys-
ical abuse, emotional abuse,
neglect, abandonment and so
on, there will be a mandatory
reporting aspect of the Bill,”
she said.

Women are
robbed of
handbags
on street

IN separate incidents, two
women were robbed of their
handbags while walking in Nas-
sau.

According to police reports,
shortly after 8am, a woman was
walking in the Coconut Grove
area when a white Nissan Sen-
tra with two occupants pulled
up.
One of the occupants report-
edly produced a. handgun and
demanded the woman’ s hand-
bag.

After taking the bag, the two
men drove away.

About 10 minutes later, it was
reported, a white Nissan Sen-
tra pulled up near the corner of
Baillou Hill Road and Inde-
pendence Drive and demand-
ed that another woman hand
-over her handbag.

In both instances, the hand- -

bags contained personal items
and a small quantity of cash.

Guyana
gives stipend
to laid-off —
miners

@ GUYANA
Georgetown

. ABOUT 400 bauxite miners
laid off by Cambior Inc. in
Guyana will receive monthly
stipends from the government,
an official said Tuesday, accord-
ing to Associated Press. —

The Montreal-based compa-
ny will close its bauxite mine in
the South American country for
July and August due to stiff
competition ‘from Chinese firms,
which produce high-end bauxite
at a lower cost, Cambior said.

The government will provide
workers for Omai Bauxite Min-
ing Inc. the monthly national
minimum wage stipend of
US$125. They must attend one
day of computer classes weekly
to receive the funds, said presi-
dential spokesman Robert Per-
saud.

Cambior will lose between
US$4 million and US$5 million
during the shutdown, the com-
pany said.

Guyana and China are
among a few countries that pro-
duce a high-grade bauxite for
aluminum used in aircraft and
industrial construction and to
make kitchen utensils.

Cambior has invested more
than US$22 million reviving
bauxite mines in Linden over
the past two years. It has stock-
piled large amounts of bauxite
ore and could resume work
before September if price levels
improve.

The mine company is 95 per
cent owned by Cambior, with
the rest held by the Guyanese
government.

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ENM ‘victimised

MICAL residents’

@ BY ROYANNE
FORBES-DARVILLE

MICAL constituents suf-
fered “economic victimisation”
under the Free National
Movement, MP for the multi-
island constituency Alfred
Gray claimed yesterday.

During his budget commu-
nication in the House of
Assembly, Mr Gray criticised
the former.government for the
poor infrastructural state of
the islands (Mayaguana,
Inagua, Crooked Island and
Long Cay) under former FNM
MP Vernon Symonette.

Mr Gray said that before
2002, basic infrastructure,
including telephones, electric-
ity, docking facilities and roads
were either in disrepair or not
in place at all.

He said that under the PLP,
infrastructure development in
MICAL is now moving for-
ward.

“As we speak a $200,000
hospital on Inaqua is almost
completed

“A new doctor’s residence
that cost $400,000 and a nurses
complex are also being. built
as we speak.”

He also announced that
plans are being drawn for a
new $2.3 million airport ter-
minal in Inagua.

“BEC has committed to sta-

tioning an employee on:

Mayaguana so that residents’
bills can be paid every month
rather than every three
months,” he added.

Mr Gray went on to say that
the “FNM wrote the book on
victimisation.”

“We are still waiting for



@ ALFRED Gray

reports on the scandal sur-
rounding the member of par-
liament for Mount Moriah and
Baillou Hills, which the (then
prime minister) Hubert Ingra-
ham promised to address and
failed to do...”

FNM South Abaco MP
Robert Sweeting asked that
Mr Gray withdraw his com-
ments.

Mr Gray also accused oppo-
sition leader Hubert Ingraham
of “blatant abuse of ZNS”
despite making promises to the
contrary in his party’s mani-
festo

He went on to say that a
$1.2 million increase was given
in this year’s budget to the
Department of Local Govern-
ment, for which he is the min-
ister, and announced that the
consultative process to consid-
er implementing local govern-
ment in New Providence has

‘started.

He said the initiative
appears to be generating little
interest among NP residents.

“A meeting was held at
Worker House recently and
only eight or nine persons

turned out,” he said.

Also responsible for Con-
sumer Affairs, Mr Gray
explained that the government
has allocated $4,167,55, to that
department; $250, 000 to the
Department of Co-operative
Development, $400,000 for
regattas; 100,000 for home-
comings and $100,000 to
Arawak Cay, in the 2006/2007
budget.

He explained that during the
last fiscal year, more than $2
million was*spent on small-
scale capital projects in the
Family Islands.

“Projects that were com-
pleted, or are presently being
actioned are as followings: con-
struction of a bus shed in set-
tlement of Roberts Town, pub-
lic restrooms in the settlement
of Pelican Point and McCleans
Town.

“T have undertaken to equip
all the public parks in the east
Grand Bahama with children’s
playing equipment to the tune
of $30,000,”-he said.

Mr Gray was interrupted by
High Rock FNM MP Kenneth
Russell, who said that parks in
his constituency were still in
disrepair.

Mr Russell said: “I am dis-
appointed that the minister
wants to mislead the Bahami-
an public... as there are

‘many things that are not com-

pleted.”

Mr Gray responded that
what he said was: “the projects
are being done.”

He said major repairs and
upgrades are underway in just
about every major Family
Island, and are expected to
continue up to election.

A new political party
announces its presence

@ By TRIBUNE STAFF
WRITER



THIS may come as a big
surprise to Perry Christie and
Hubert Ingraham, but a man
called P A Strachan intends to
be the next prime minister of
the Bahamas.

The 59-year-old farmer from
Bacardi Road has had enough
of “promises and delusions”
and says he intends to lead the
country to a new age of pros-
perity.

This week Mr Strachan, who
claims to be a former FNM
member, placed advertise-
ments in Bahamian newspa-
pers announcing the formation
of the United Reform Party,
of which he is leader.

He told The Tribune yester-
day he expects to run candi-
dates in every seat in the
Bahamas when.the general
election is called.

With an alleged membership
of 200, the URP is not entering
the fray as just another mean-
ingless “fringe” party, he
stressed.

According to Mr Strachan, it

will wipe the PLP and FNM
off the electoral map, herald-
ing a new age in Bahamian
politics.

“T have come to the conclu-
sion that commonsense ain’t
so common,” said Mr Stra-
chan. “We must educate the
people properly. I don’t expect
to gain no seats, I expect to
win the government.”

Claiming that “God is the

real chief” of the URP, Mr -

Strachan added: “I have been
in politics a long time. I have a
lot of experience. I am well-
known and I learnt my poli-
tics from Cecil Wallace-Whit-
field.”

Why run now? “Because my
time has come,” he said. ““Peo-
ple are not registering to vote
because they don’t think
there’s anything to register for.
The country is in a mess.

“I am-going to be holding a
press conference soon and my
party is going to have the
biggest conference ever seen
in these parts.”

The URP intends to fight
crime and provide the honesty
and respect people are look-

ing for, said the Eleuthera-
born family man.

“We'll make no promises we

can’t fulfil,” he added, “We
will not tolerate false promis-
es. ”

Are people likely to take
him seriously? The Tribune
asked. “People will not only
take me seriously, I will be
prime minister this next elec-
tion. By God’s grace, I will
become prime minister.
Promises are comfort to a fool,
but I say let the truth reign.

“When God is on the
throne, we cannot lose. I will
make a good prime minister.
The proof of the pudding is in
the eating. I am thinking only
of winning. Defeat doesn’t
come to my mind.”

Mr Strachan, who discard-

ed his first name ‘Prince’ in
favour of the initials ‘P A’, by
which is known, said he will
announce his list of candidates
soon.
Last night a PLP source
said: “I guess we should be
shaking in our’shoes, but I ain’t
heard of no P A Strachan or
the United Reform Party.”



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‘Heading off a ‘coal war’ with China

IN 1972, while toasting Premier Zhou En-
Lai during the landmark visit to China, Pres-
ident Nixon asked, ”What legacy shall we
leave our children? Are they destined to
die for the hatreds which have plagued the
old world, or are they destined to live
because we had the vision to build a new
world?” ;

Despite a disgraced presidency, Nixon
was credited with melting that aspect of the
Cold War.

Today, China and the United States have
the Coal War. President Bush could salvage
a portion of his legacy by ending it.

We are not fighting each other for the
resource. Instead, we burn it up in our par-
allel universes and toast the planet like no
one else. The United States currently spews
out the most global warming emissions in an
endless drive to satisfy the highest level of
materialism on earth. Our level of con-
sumption and pollution is so high that Har-
vard scientist E.O. Wilson calculated it
‘would take four planet Earths for the rest of
,the world to enjoy our standard of living.

* -Oblivious to pointy-headed professors, ,

*China is on its way to passing us with its
unprecedented industrialization in that most
;populous nation. We can already see what is
‘going to happen if China continues to strive
for our standard of living: The pollution
‘from coal burning is reaching mountaintops

;on the American West Coast.

" A New York Times feature this week said
»that carbon dioxide pollution from Chinese
‘coal burning, currently just over that of the
United States, will be double this country’s
“by 2025.

» That might make a hike to the top sé
Mount Rainier quite interesting as it

becomes a global ashtray. Then there is the

issue of what China has begun to do to its

«own people’s health. As our children face a

:declining life-span because of obesity and

“diabetes, people in coal-burning provinces

“are already seeing dramatic rises in lung

cancer.

‘ This condition will likely worsen as the

‘United States and China use each other as

‘an excuse not to take global warming seri-

‘ously. President Bush refuses to participate

.in the Kyoto treaty to cut emissions because

“he says large developing nations such as

-China and India are not under mandatory

, pressure to lower gas usage. China and India

‘refuse any mandatory emissions caps

because the Americans refuse to lead by
example.

So a little Nixon is, surprisingly enough, in
order here. Still, policy changes seem unlike-
ly from the presidency that “has been in the
most denial about the environment. The
Globe last week reported even more cut-
ting of climate research satellites by NASA,
on top of satellite cuts previously announced.
By 2020, Bush wants to put humans back
on the moon. Great. By then the atmos-
phere on the moon might be betier than
here.

In a briefing paper released this week,
the Oxford Research Group of England said
that unless the world’s major governments
take climate change seriously along with the
related consumption of resources, there can
be no end to global insecurity. The report
said that the United States, because it cur-
rently produces 20 per cent of the world’s
greenhouse gas emissions with only 4 per
cent of the population, “must face up to its
responsibility.” It said China and India must
be “brought into greater dialogue,” since
agriculture in those countries “could be
hugely affected” by global warming.

The report said, “Unless urgent action is
taken in the next five to 10 years, it will be
extremely difficult, if not impossible, to
avoid a highly unstable global system by the
middle of the century.” It said, “Anyone
doubting the serious security implications

‘of environmental disasters, even for rich

and powerful countries such as the United
States, should simply look at the large-scale
loss of life and breakdown of society that

occurred in New Orleans and other Gulf

Coast cities” after Hurricane Katrina.

When Nixon came back from China, he
said that one of the gifts the delegation left
behind was a sapling of an American red-
wood tree. It was symbolic ot his hope for
the growth of the US-China relationship.
“But the process is not one of days or even
years,” Nixon said. “It is a process of cen-
turies.” Now that global warming has cut
planetary change from centuries to years,
there could be no beiter sign of hope than
for Bush to go back to that redwood and
offer a toast to China for a lasting commit-
ment to combat climate change.

- (This article was written by Derrick

. Z.Jackson of the Globe staff. — c. 2006 The

Boston Globe).



' Nissan Bluebird

‘ Finance/Lease from

‘Anarchy’
at airport
parking lot

EDITOR, The Tribune.
IT MUST have been provi-

dence that your columnist Mar- _

jorie Downie wrote the article
‘cowbells and bikinis’ (Tribune
June 6, 2006). The reflections
coincided with an experience I
had with parking at Nassau
International Airport during the
long holiday weekend (June 2-
6).

Ms Downie writes “public
behaviour must be based on
consideration for others. This
is not simply a matter of obey-
ing the law, such as stopping
when the red light comes on,
but much more importantly, of
doing what we ought to do even
if no one mandates that behav-
iour, simply because it makes
life more pleasant or bearable
for those who inhabit this little
space with us”.

I travelled to the United
States on Thursday afternoon
and parked in the parking lot
in the area opposite the exit
from customs. The paved area
in the parking lot with the
marked spaces was full and
therefore I parked in the grassy
area near the fence, aligning my
car next to an already parked
car and considerate to ensure
that I would not be blocking
ingress and egress to the area. ]
returned to Nassau on Satur-
day evening. As I walked to my
car, I noticed the chaotic state
of the parking lot. Cars were
double parked in the driving
lanes, cars-were packed in the
rear of other cars seemingly pre-
venting those cars from mov-
ing, but I thought, maybe the
drivers know each other, cars
were on grassy verges, in walk-
ways, a car was present in every
nook and cranny. As I contin-
ued to observe the utter chaos
in the paved marked areas of
the parking lot I became anx-
ious about the state of the
grassy area at the rear of the
paved parking lot. Needless to
say in this area, cars were
parked such that there was no

exit (or for that matter no

entry). | spoke to the persons
on duty in the Airport Author-
ity who informed me that they
had used their wrecker to move
cars that had been haphazardly
parked and the enormity of the
task had resulted in the wreck-
er breaking down. I was pre-

sented with two choices —. to

wait and hope someone came
to move a car which may then
provide an escape route or

come back when I thought the

congestion had been alleviated

’ by the efflux of time.

Who is to blame for the anar-
chy at Nassau International Air-

Hewes

letters@tribunemedia.net






port parking lot? The Airport

Authority is responsible for the:

parking lot. They charge park-
ing fees and therefore users of
the parking lot are entitled to
expect a semblance of order. It

behoves the Airport Authority .

to. be proactive in monitoring
and controlling the situation
and arrest the situation before it
gets out of hand. While the
Authority may not be able to
get every transgressor, it was
clear that no effort was made
to prevent any transgressions.

The belated attempt to rectify -

the anarchy proved costly to the
Authority since their wrecker
broke down as well as*people
like me who had to leave to
return another day or wait in
hope for hours... Hopefully, in
the short term the Authority
will either have several. atten-
dants in the parking area or
where the entry and exist areas
for parking are unmarked, put
up barricades or ropes to delin-
eate the entry and exit points. In
the long term, the ticket
machine and the pay attendant
activities should be calibrated
so that when the parking lot is
full, no more tickets are issued.

However all the blame can-
not be borne by the Airport
Authority for to do so would
relieve selfish inconsiderate per-
sons of the guilt and responsi-
bility. I need help understanding
why someone would block the

driveway, preventing other cars
from leaving or entering and at
a major public venue. I shout
for a Ministry of Common
Sense to be established imme-
diately or some current Min-
istry to embark on a campaign
to draw attention to this ego-
maniacal behaviour. As Ms
Downie says in her article “Our
public (and private) behaviour
should show consideration for
those who inhabit public (or pri-
vate) space with us. Over the
centuries various societies have
developed standards of behav-
iour that make everyday con-
tact between human beings
bearable if not pleasant; they
liberate us from brutishness and
set standards for civilised liv-
ing. Such standards become
even more necessary as our
cities become more densely
populated”. In the absence of
common sense we encourage
road rage and its cousin ‘park
rage’.

This belief that it is okay to
block in-someone’s car in a pub-
lic place is symptomatic of an
uncivilised society. It is not the
ills of integration or migration;
it is the ills of excess without
conscience, learning without
understanding and mimicking
without relating. The police and
the Airport Authority should
have the authority to penalise
such lunacy with fines as well
as several hours of driver edu-
cation.

JUDITH SMITH
Nassau,
_ June 6, 2006.

Call for assistance
for the disabled

EDITOR, The Tribune.

J HAVE been disabled since 1990 but always managed the
two steps up to Parcel Post to collect any packages addressed to

me.

This past January I unfortunately had another fall which .
further disabled me and I can no longer manage those steps

- without assistance. In reference to the steps it would be a great ©

help not only tome but I’m sure to any others who would feel
considerably safer with a railing to hold onto.

Also, as both the National Insurance and Bahamas Electric-
ity have service windows on the premises plus folks going
upstairs to get their mail it has become. very hard to find a
parking spot. May I suggest that you designate at least one
area close to the ramp for_us old and disabled folks. With a prop-
er sign as well as the disabled symbol painted on the tarmac at

least we’d have.a chance.

We still can drive but. the legs just won’t hold us up for very

long any more!

Anxiously awaiting a response.

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The centre is located in the
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and from 11am to 3pm on Sat-
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Mr Seymour was most recent-

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and visas become available,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
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terday.

Speaking during the
2006/2007 budget debate, Mr
Mitchell said the tenders board
has met again on the matter
and a final recommendation
should be ready shortly.

The government has been
criticised by opposition leader
Hubert Ingraham for failing to
introduce machine readable
passports. |

However, Mr Mitchell
announced that the US-
imposed deadline for the new
passports has been pushed
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siderations for their introduc-
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“The capital estimates an

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LOCAL NEWS



H FRED Mitchell

cost and there will probably be
some financing arrangement,
but the allocation is there to

provide the basis for the start

up of the process,” he said.
The minister said that the
Department of Immigration is
likely to share the cost in their
budget allocation.
Machine-readable passports
are part of the United States’
Visa Waiver Programme, which
allows foreign nationals from

certain countries to be admitted

to the US under limited condi-
tions and for.a limited time
without obtaining a visa.

The passports have certain
biographical information
entered on a data page in
accordance with standards set
by the International Civil Avi-
ation Organisation (ICAO).

They can be read by scan-
ning two lines of printed data
through special readers.

He explained that at the
moment, the relationship
between the Bahamas and the
United States is excellent —
“despite the fodder of non-
sense that is often spun on this
subject by the fellow travellers
from the other side.

“We are also working to
address the issue of the pre-
clearance in Freeport. We lave
known since last year that
because of a dramatic drop in
the volume of tourists through
the Freeport airport, that there
is a possibility of scaling back of
the pre-clearance in Freeport.

Mr Mitchell said without a
doubt, that there will be some

Investigation into potential
damage of golf course

# By CHESTER ROBARDS

KERZNER International’s
Athol Island golf proposal is
being examined to see if it will
impact the oldest protected
reef system in the world, says a
marine expert.

Mark Spalding, a marine
ecologist and research associ-
ate from the Cambridge

‘ Coastal Research Unit, told

The Tribune this system —
known as “the Sea Gardens” —
has been the focus of a pend-
ing environmental impact
assessment by the Bahamas
Environmental Science and
Technology Commission.
According to Mr Spalding,

the protection of the “Sea Gar-
dens” was enacted in 1892,
from which time it was illegal
to “dredge for or remove by
any means coral, sea fans or
other marine thereupon grow-
ing, lying or being,” in the area,
but the act was rescinded in
1986 in an amendment to the

’ fisheries act.

Kerzner International has
proposed the construction of
a golf course on Athol Island,
which will require expansion
of the island by filling in the
bay on the south of the island
as well as chemical treatment
of the turf when the course is
laid out.

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adverse effect on the sur-
rounding coral, according to
Mr Spalding.

“The sea gardens are still
reported to be in good shape
and popular among glass bot-
tom boat operators and
snorkellers — there would be
something sad about the
world's first protected corals
giving way under pressure .
from anchor dragging and golf
course pollution,” Mr Spald-
ing said.

-“My ministry would not
allow a development to go
through that would compro-
mise the marine life around
Athol island,” said Leslie.

Miller, Minister of Agriculture.

° In brief Mitchell: Likely increase
in travel documents cost

who attempt to twist the matter,
but the Grand Bahama Port
Authority and the government
are working with the US
Embassy to see how the prob-
lem can be addressed.

He said that he has written
to the US Secretary of State on
the matter and has also had
talks with other senior US offi-
cials.

“Mr Mitchell — who on Tues- °

day criticised the local press for
being “perverse” and “twisted”
— said that if media organisa-
tions really want to do some-
thing useful, they ought to
organise ordinary citizens to
write the US Embassy express-
ing their concerns about mat-
ters like pre-clearance and
OPBAT, “instead of seeking to
exacerbate or exaggerate the
position for purely political rea-
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THE homeowners of Old

Fort Point are outraged that a
new neighbor has destroyed 16
Poinciana trees that stood out
for many years as “a vision of
beauty”.

A little over seven weeks ago,
the trees were still the high-
light of this small neighbor-
hood on the western end of

all that remains are short
white stumps that only serve
as a painful reminder of what
used to be.

The Tribune attempted to
find out who the new owner
of the property is. but the

aware of his identity.

Old Fort Point resident
Henry Lee said the trees
were there when he moved in
1985.

Mr Lee expressed his shock

at the destruction of the trees.
“JT don't see how he could have
even thought to take those trees
down. They were beautiful old
trees. It was the whole beauty of
this part of the drive.”

Mr Lee was not on the island
when the trees were cut dowii,
so the unfamiliar white stumps

@ THE stumps of the Poinciana trees

came as a huge, unpleasant sur-
prise to him.

"It looks horrible. It's like he
raped the land. Something
should be done to stop people
from destroying trees like
these,” he said.

@ AS the trees once looked

Pericles Maillis, past-presi-
dent of Bahamas National
Trust, said Poincianas are not
protected trees. He said that
only 11 trees are in the schedule
of the Protected Tree Order
under the Conservation and
Protection of the Physical Land-
scape of the Bahamas Act.

Some of the trees included in
the list are: the West Indian
Mahogany (Madera), the Red

Santander Bank & Trust Ltd.

Cedar, the Lignum. Vitae, and

the Caribbean Pine.

"Hopefully there will come a

time when we can tighten up

and save some more trees," he
said.

Insurance rules also play a big
part in the destruction of trees,
Mr -Maillis said. "Regrettably,
insurance doesn't protect
houses that are damaged by
trees during hurricanes and
that is causing more and more
people to take down the beau-
tiful trees."

Mr Maillis said that after
hearing so much about the.
16 Poinciana Trees, he weit
and took a look at the scene
for himself.

“Not only are they beau-
tiful, these trees are apart of

our culture,” he stressed. “A

strategically planted Poinciana

is a beautiful tree, but a Poin-
ciana running wild on vacant
land is a alien invader — nine
months of the year they are ugly
but we tolerate them for that
flash of glory this time of year.
“We should never destroy

.trees like that,” he said.

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im By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

A DEPARTMENT of
Marine Resources official has
claimed that the reduction of
conch in certain areas is pri-
marily due to the overfishing
and not to conch moving into
deeper waters.

On Tuesday, fishermen told
The Tribune that conch is
becoming harder to catch
because conditions under the sea
have worsened, causing them to
relocate to untraditional areas.

One fisherman explained that
some fishermen skin the conch
and throw the shells back into
the water, causing the conch to
move further out, to get away
from hundreds of empty shells.

However, Michael Braynen,
director of the Department of
Marine Resources, yesterday
said there was no scientific evi-
dence that conchs move out of
areas because of the presence
of empty shells.

ishing conch
‘to eae not re

Furthermore, he said, that the
major problem is the depletion
of resources in areas that are
close to population centres.

“The fact that conchs are still
found in deeper waters is
because the deeper waters have
not been traditionally fished as
heavily as the shallow waters.
So what we are seeing is evi-
dence of overfishing in certain
areas,” said Mr Braynen.

One fisherman said that in
the past 10 years, conch popu-
lations have diminished signifi-

cantly.

“Where you could have gone
in the last five years and find
1,500 conchs, now you can bare-
ly find 500.”

Mr Braynen said the reason
fishermen are, not finding
conchs where they used to is
that the marine animals have
not had the opportunity to
repopulate the areas.

“The population of the
Bahamas is not getting any
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because it facilitates the process
that promotes the wellness of
the people of the land. Trade,
domestic or international, mat-
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needs of the peoples of the
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it can promote human develop-
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can promote the hopes, dreams
and aspirations of the children
‘of our nations. All other inter-
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BAHAMAS

-he Commonweaith of
The Bahamas, inde-

pendent since July 10, 1973, is
both a testament to the rewards
of global trade as well as the
modern challenges of it.

By far, one of the most suc-
cessful small developing coun-
triés in the world, made so by its
embrace of international trade,
many of its people view formal
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some lessons for, all developing
countries.

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he Bahamas has a per
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last population census, The
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million visitors annually who

’ spend about $1.8 billion in the

country.

Its offshore finance centre,
one of the most mature in the
world, has some $300 billion in
assets under its management.

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TRENDS IN GLOBAL AND
REGIONAL TRADE

il the evidence sug

gests that there has
been a definite push toward
trade liberalisation since World
War Two, beginning with the
General Agreement on Uariffs
and Trade (GATT), continuing
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penultimate of them all, the cre-
ation of the World Trade
Organisation (WTO).

World trade has expanded
16-fold over the last 50 years
and with it the world’s econo-
my. This trade expansion has
been in both merchandise
export trade, which accounts for
some $10 trillion as well as ser-
vice trade, which accounts for
some $2 trillion.

World trade expansion has
not nearly reached its capacity.
as almost two-thirds of the
world’s population, due to
poverty, remains substantially
out of the loop in terms of dri-
ving consumer demand. China
and India, and to a lesser extent
Latin America, are pointing the
way.

Increased wealth in China
and India has enabled them to
demand more goods and ser-
vices in the world and has been
driving up world exports.
Indeed, their increased demand
for oil has been one of the main
reasons for increasing crude oil
prices, something from which
Nigeria as an oil-rich country
has benefited.

AFRICA’S CHALLENGE

otwithstanding the

gains that many
regions of the world have
enjoyed as world trade expand-
ed over the past half century,
Africa’s status is cause for con-
cem. ;

Many indications are that -

Africa as a region has not been
moving forward with the rest of

the. world, particularly in the

area.ofits human development
index,

Africa’s challenge results
from.a,number of factors

indluding:.economic stagnation, -:
as its level of poverty tasis: to.

abate; social dilemmas, includ-
ing- HIV-AIDS, malnutrition
and now ‘bird: flu concerns: and

S weeks

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- ment, entre




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political issues including con-
tinuing factions ilism civil unrest
and political instability.

Nigeria joins other African
nations like Botswana and
South Africa in presenting new
possibilities for Africa. The
political reforms carried out in
Nigeria over the past seven
years have greatly increased the
country’s prospects for acceler-
ated development.

Indeed, these reforms are in.

keeping with some of the poli-
cies we in The Bahamas have
found to be most helpful to our



Trade, domestic
or international,
matters because
it helps to meet
the needs of the
peoples of the
world.

growth and development.
Africa’s potential on the whole
remains great and, quite
frankly, the world needs its
potential to be realised.

THE WAY AHEAD
What the government
must do

{ national development is
to be achieved to max-
unise the wellness of the, people
of this land or any other in so
far as taking advantage of
emerging global and regional
trade opportunities, there are a
number of things that both the
private and public sectors must
do. As iar as the government is
concerned, it must:.
¢ Have an intelligent Nation-
al Development Strategy that
provides: the framework for
regional and international trade
policy pursuits. By intelligent I
mean a Strategy developed on
the basis of sound research and
broad consultation.
« Have clear, focused and
determined education, employ-
sneurial and busi-







Ness
the.
egy. Any nation that does not
ensure that its economic gains
nd to the greater masses of

exte



as as components of
ronal development strat--



its population will short-change
its national development
prospects,

* Let private sector-led eco-
nomic growth anchor the eco-
nomic development strategy
component of the national
development plan.

Underpin the national
development strategy with an
institutionalised comnmutment to
democracy, law and order, good
governance and international
diplomacy.

e Institutionalise private/pub-
lic sector dialogue in order to
ensure grounded, business-sen-
sitive input into international
trade policy.

e Have a clear and continu-
ous public communication cam-
paign that provides reasonable
opportunities for public input
and information sharing on
trade-related issues.

e Actively engage interna-
tional trade taiks and maintain
contact with trade-related agen-
cies such as thé WTO.

e Accede to regional and
international trade agreements
only when tt ts clear that it is a
win/win situation,

THE WAY AHEAD
What the private sector
must do

emain focused on the

Awessential business

strategy of value creation and
competitiveness.

e Have a mindset toward
international presence.

* Maintain intelligence about
the dynamics of host country’s
trade regime.

* Keep open c ommunications
with authorities responsible for
trade matters.

e Push for and promote the
development of a fully func-
tioning private/public sector
forum for dialogue that stresses
good governance, development,
business growth and free enter-
prise.

e Lead an employee aware-
ness campaign*on trade related
matters.

* Seek opportunities to par-
tick




discussions.

(Speech delivered by this
writer at the 12th Annual Niger-
ian Economic Summit, Nicon
Hilton, Abuja, Nigeria, on
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ST ANSELM’S Roman
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thanksgiving and reception for
FNM candidate hopeful Jacinta
Mackey-Higgs.

Dr Mackey-Higgs was recog-
nised for achieving a doctoral
degree in education, as well as
for her contributions as an edu-
cator and community activist.

She was accompanied at the
service by her husband Dwight
Higgs and two children, Cecelia
and Chris.

During the event, many of Dr
Mackey-Higgs’ achievements



were highlighted.

The organisers noted that she
pursued tertiary studies at the
College of the Bahamas and
obtained an associate of arts
degree in general science and
agriculture, along with a certifi-
cate from the teachers training
programme in 1987.

She was awarded a bachelor’s
degree in language and history
from the University of the West
Indies in 1996 and a masters
degree in curriculum and
instruction in 2001.

Dr Mackey-Higgs was award-
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ST Kitts has denied entrance
to a Greenpeace ship days
before an international whale
meeting was to begin on the .
Caribbean island, a top official
said Tuesday, according to
Associated Press.

National Security Minister
Dwyer Astaphan would not say
why the ship, was barred
entrance to the country but told
Associated Press the decision
was made by the Cabinet. |

John Bowler, head of Green-
peace’s international whale pro-
jects, said, “We are shocked that
St Kitts lias banned the. Arctic
Sunrise and can only assume
that the government of Japan
has convinced authorities to
prevent us from entering to
silence our criticism of whal-
ing.” ;

Japan is trying to rally votes
to repeal or dilute a ban on
commercial whaling at the 70-
nation International Whaling
Commission meeting that
begins here on Friday.

Both Japan and Iceland kill
whales for scientific research —
which critics call a sham — and
sell the carcasses. Norway
ignores the moratorium and
openly conducts commercial
whaling. OS

Greenpeace and other envi-
ronmental groups have accused
developing nations of voting
with Japan in return for money
for fisheries projects. 8

Japan has given six |
Caribbean nations — St Lucia,

. St Vincent, Antigua, Domini-

ca, Grenada and St Kitts —
more than US$100 million.in
fishing aid since 1998. Most. of
them have backed Japan on
whaling. “

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according to Associated Press.

In St Vincent and the
Grenadines, wind gusts of up
to 50 miles per hour ripped the
roofs from at least eight homes,
local officials said.

“We were in the kitchen
when we heard a noise and
when we came around we were
seeing the sky,” said Robert
Nanton, a St Vincent retiree.
“The roof was gone and the rain
was pouring in.”

There were no reports of
injuries from the storm, which
forecasters said was one step
beneath a tropical depression
and stretched across the lesser
Antilles.

The U.S. National Weather.
Service issued flood warnings
and marine advisories for Puer-
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BAHAMIAN academic Dr
Victoria-Allen presented a ple-
nary paper at Taylor University
in Indiana.

Dr Allen, the writing co-ordi-
nator and lecturer in the School
of English Studies at the Col-
lege of the Bahamas, spoke on
“CS,.Lewis and Frederick
Buechner: literary expressions
of faith” on Friday, June 2 — the
first ful] day of the Taylor col-
loquium, “CS Lewis and
Friends.”

The Disney movie version of
The Lion, the Witch and the
Wardrohe generated unprece-
dented interest in the writings of
CS Lewis, now recognised as
one,of the foremost literary
Christian figures of the twenti-
eth century.

Taylor University in Indiana,
where oyer 45 Bahamians have
attained, their undergraduate
education, holds a number of
first editions of Lewis’ books
such as Surprised by Joy, Mere
Christianity and The Screwtape
Letters.

Every two years, scholars
gather.at Taylor. from around
the world for the Frances White
Ewbank Colloquium on CS
Lewis and Friends.

Dr, Allen received a masters








B DR Victoria Allen

degree in English from George-
town University and a PhD
from the Catholic University of
America in Washington, DC
where she focused on religion
and literature.

Her dissertation examined
the writings of Frederick Buech-
ner, an American author who,
like Lewis, writes novels, apolo-

getics and memoirs underscor~

Thomas Albert Sands,
— O.B.E., J.P.

Born: September 24h, 1941 « Died: June 17, 2005

ing the relevance of faith in con-
temporary life.

Dr Allen, who became inter-
ested in Buechner’s work in the
early 1980s, has written a book
of her own entitled Listening to
Life: Psychology and Spiritual-
ity in the Writings of Frederick
Buechner and gives seminars
on his writings each summer at
the Chautauqua Institution in
New York.

She said: “When I was invited
to speak at this colloquium, I
jumped at the chance. Not only
was it an honour to be asked to
be a plenary speaker for this
gathering of scholars with simi-
lar interests, but it was an
opportunity to share my
research in Buechner, whose
writings many of those attend-
ing will have read.”

Dr Allen is one of a growing
number of COB lecturers who
have presented papers at con-
ferences in the Caribbean
region and in the United States
during this academic year,
demonstrating clearly that the
area of research, one of the
three fundamental pillars of
importance to the establishment
of the University of the

Bahamas, is developing and

\ growing at the: College.




















Death is nothing at all, I have only slipped into the next
room. I am I, and you are you. Whatever we were'to each
other, that we still are. | |

Call me by my old familiar name, speak to me in the
easy way which you always used. Wear no forced air of
solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the
little jokes we enjoyed together.

Play, smile, think of me, pray for me.

Let my name be ever the household word that it always
was. Let it be spoken without effect, without a ghost of
shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the
same as it ever was, There is absolutely unbroken continuity.

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LOCAL NEWS

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been discovered.

Many of the persons who
spoke to The Tribune said they
the government should have
released more information
over the weekend so that the
public could be aware of every
detail of the developing situa-
tion.

“Malaria is serious, the pub-
lic has a right to know if there
are more reported cases,” said
Coralee King. “The govern-
ment needs to keep the people
informed,” she said.

that public information is.
“what democracy is all about.”

“The Ministry of Heath
needs to keep informing the
Bahamian people about what is
happening in Exuma,” he said.

Catherine Lowe said: “This
is a serious matter that could
cause a lot of panic if not han-
dled properly."

One interviewee comment-
ed that tourists may stop com-
ing to the Bahamas if the mat-
ter is not resolved.

Nyoka Miller said: “The
Ministry of Health needs to
come up with some sort of
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screening needs to be done. If

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the cases are real the govern-
ment'needs to look into it

quickly."

The ministry has dispatched
an expert team to Exuma and
has asked anyone experiencing
any of the symptoms of malar-
ia to report to the nearest
healthcare provider.

Health officials have
said that such cases are
usually imported into the
Bahamas.

“Visitors from countries with
diseases like this need to be
checked before they come into
the Bahamas,” pointed out one
commentator.

“We have to review our
healthcare systems,” he added.



blic reactions on
malaria outbreak



Hi CATHERINE Lowe said: :
“The public has a right to be ;
informed.”

HEE Ne

@ NYOKA Miller said: “If the
cases are real, the government.
needs to look into it quickly.”

t



i CORALEE King said:
“Malaria is serious, the public
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reported cases.”

FROM page one

include extreme exhaustion, high
fever, sweating, shaking chills, and
anemia. More than one million
people die from the disease annu-
ally.

Mr Moss said the ministry was
probably slow in fogging commu-
nities because there are not many
mosquitoes in Exuma to date.

“J must say that during the
Labour Day and Whit Monday
holidays — yes, there was rain, but
I was not bitten by any mosqui-
toes. Now maybe I was not there
at the right time, but I’can tell you
I was not there during the night
activity. But during the course of
the day I was in Barratarre.

“There was also a homecoming
at Ramsey, and I can tell you there
were mosquitoes there on Thurs-
day night. But when I went to Bar-
ratarre I did not experience any
mosquitoes on Thursday or Fri-
day,” he said.

Asked if he were concerned
about contracting the disease him-
self, Mr Moss said: “Oh yes, Iam
very concerned. I am not only con-
cerned about myself. I represent
the people of Exuma so my con-
cern is for the entire Exumas,” he

Hi LEO Major said: “Proper ~*~
screening of persons for these’:

diseases need to be carried
out.” ee

‘No fogging’
in Exuma

said.

Mr Moss said that health
experts had been dispatched to
Exuma to treat the ponds, and that
although fogging had not taken
place, he is hopeful that it will
begin.

“I believe that we are dealing
with it in a very professional way.
‘The fogging, I believe, will come. I
believe that at this time it is safe
enough to say that although it was
not done earlier it will happen.
But I believe that we have dealt
with it in a very timely fashion.”

Earlier in the week, environ-
ment officials said fogging could
have taken place without residents
being aware of it.

However, one woman seemed
insulted by the suggestion that they
could have “missed” the trucks.

“Sir, they are not spraying! Not
at all. We don’t know what the
minister is talking about but there
is no spraying happening down
here. Ain’t nobody missing them.”

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Summer promotions get
boost at Caribbean Week

NEW YORK - The Ministry of
Tourism has moved to boost summer
travel to the Bahamas as Caribbean
Week continues through June 16.

The week’s Caribbean Fair brought
natives of Caribbean countries out to
promote their tourism product to
prospective travellers.

The fair gave the Bahamas tourism
sales team the opportunity to showcase
sample.travel packages and prices.

Specifically, travel packages available
from: Bahamas travel partners were
highlighted. The offerings included spe-





FROM page one

ing member and executive of
the CDR,” Mr Neymour said
that atno time was Mr Thomp-
son an-executive member of
that organization. At the invi-
tation‘of former CDR chief and
now PLP Minister of Health,
Dr-Bernard Nottage, Mr Ney-
mour said that Mr Thompson
attended party meetings and
was asked to head a committee
on: political action. Subse-
quently, he said, Mr Maynard
continued to honour the.
extended privilege of having Mr:
Thompson attend party meet-
" ings..c.*

Mr Neymour said that “all
founding members are listed in ty.
the party constitution, and Mr
Thompson’s name is nowhere
to be found.”

In tHe interview conducted
with Mr Thompson, he accused
Mr Maynard and Mr Thomp-
son of misleading the public ..

; FROM page one

was rescheduled to September 18.

_ Tito’s lawyers are expected to appeal his death sentence and the

conviction upon which it was based.

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who are making news
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Neymour responds
- to criticism by
‘ayne Thompson

about a FNM/CDR merger.

“Mr Maynard nor Mr Ney-
mour had any power or man-
date to do that,” said Mr
Thompson. According to the
article, Mr Thompson claimed
that the CDR as a:party did not
merge with the FNM and pub-
licly challenged the men to pro-
duce documentation to prove
that the party did in fact merge.
He also called for them to apol-
ogise, to CDR members and the
country. i

However, after the 2002 elec-
tion, Mr Neymour said, those
who were members of the CDR
had to face some political real-
ities, as Dr Nottage did when
he returned to his original par-

‘Mr Neymour said that he
would not allow Mr Thompson
to distract him from his political

‘goal, which is to improve the
lifestyle of Bahamians and allow
them to be able to contribute
to the economy of the region.

New date to appeal death
sentence for Maxo Tito

‘On March 20, a jury of 11 women and one man unanimously
found Tito guilty of the murder of then 16-year-old Donnell
Conover, who at the time was a student of L W Young. Conover
reportedly died as.a result of a crushed skull and lacerations to the
brain. Her partially clothed body, which reportedly also had burns
on it, was found in a quarry pit off. Cowpen Road.

Tito'was sentenced to death in April by Justice Anita Allen, who
after recounting the heinous nature and circumstances surrounding
Conover’s death, ruled that the death penalty was appropriate.

It was the first time since the Privy Council had ruled against the
Bahamas’ mandatory death penalty, leaving sentencing to the dis-
cretion of the trial judge, that a Bahamian judge had exercised her
discrétion to hand down the death sentence on a convicted mur-
derer,-Tito was represented by lawyers Wayne Munroe, Roger
Gomez and Shaka Serville at his Supreme court trial.

cial pitches for travel to the Junkanoo
Summer Festival.

“As far as the tour and travel pack-
ages go, we have a Junkanoo Festival

package that Go Go Worldwide Vaca-

tions has offered, and Carlson Travel,”
said Valerie Brown-Alce, director of
tour and travel with Ministry of
Tourism.

“Any consumer booking with Carlson
Travel, could book a Junkanoo Sum-
mer Festival package. And that really
allows people to go for three nights,
four nights, however long. But the

important part is we are getting the
information there and we are really
boosting business for the summer sea-
son.” a

The Colors junkanoo group made
special appéarances in New York to
help ‘promote the Bahamas and
Junkanoo Summer Festival. ,

The group was a part of Tuesday’s
Early Show on CBS, which gave special
attention to Caribbean Week.

Later, the group gave several perfor-
mances at the Caribbean Fair at South
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to alleged $43m fraud

Bahamian

businessman, a

couple who

ran a

Bahamas-
based financial services com-
pany and Mohammed Hara-
jchi’s now-defunct Suisse Secu-
rity Bank & Trust have all
become linked to a US regula-
tory investigation into an
alleged $43 million commodi-
ties fraud.

Neither Hubert Pinder nor
Suisse Security Bank & Trust,
which is in the process of being
wound-up after losing all three
attempts to overturn its licence
revocation, have been charged
or accused of any wrongdoing
in the legal action brought by
the Commodities and Futures
Trading Commission (CFTC)
against trader Coyt Murray.

However, one half of hus-
band-and-wife duo, Howell

Way Woltz, managing direc-
tor of Bahamas-based Sterling
ACS, and his wife, Vernice
Chaitan Woltz, has been
charged by the US Attorney’s
Office for the Western District
of North Carolina in relation to
the affair.

That indictment alleged that
the Woltzes caused their Ster-
ling Group of Companies to
file claims with the US Com-
modities and Futures Trading
Commission (CFTC) in a bid
to recover funds they invested
with Murray’s Tech Traders
firm.

The pair were subsequently
subpoenaed by the CFTC to

' establish whether they had a

claim, and the US Attorney’s

Office is alleging that Mrs

Woltz, a certified public
accountant, evaded service of
the subpoena. In addition, she
allegedly concealed and

70% of overseas
calls bypass BTC

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



UP to 70 per cent of inter-
national long-distance calls
from the Bahamas could be
bypassing the Bahamas
Telecommunications Compa-
ny’s (BTC) network via Voice
over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
and callback, as a report from

the Inter-American Develop- —

ment Bank (IDB) urges the
Government to embrace new
telecoms technology rather
than fight it.

The IDB report by consul-
tant Peter Stern said that up
to 30-40 per cent of business

subscribers were using VoIP ~

and callback ‘for their phone
calls because BTC’s services
were much more expensive.
The report acknowledged
that the Government was
caught in a dilemma in its poli-
cies towards the telecoms sec-
tor, wanting on one hand to
‘restrain both legal and illegal
“competition to preserve BTC’s
value for privatisation, and on
the other seeking to deregu-
late and liberalise the market
to benefit the wider Bahamian

Government

urged to embrace,
not restrain, new
telecoms technology

economy.

Mr Stern’s report pointed
out that telecommunications
costs were often the “highest
or second highest cost item”
in their budgets

It implied that the Ministry
of Tourism’s plans to attract
convention business to the
Bahamas, taking advantage of
the new Convention Tax ben-
efit from the US, could be hit
because conference organisers
would be put off by the rela-
tively high international calls
costs and lack of choice on cel-
lular roaming.

In addition, Mr Stern’s
report advocated that the
advantages of liberalising the
Bahamian telecoms sector now
and embracing new technology

SEE page 9B

US ‘uninterested’
in Bahamas deal

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE United States is unlike-
_ly to negotiate a bilateral free
_ trade agreement (FTA) with

‘the Bahamas because this
nation’s 300,000-strong popula-
‘tion is too small a consumer
‘market to interest it, the minis-

ter of foreign affairs said yes-

‘terday,

Fred Mitchell, who has taken
over responsibility for all inter-
national trade agreements
impacting the Bahamas, told the
House of Assembly that among

_ the greatest challenges facing
this nation was: “How the
Bahamas will integrate itself
into the world economy.”

The minister used part of his
Budget Communication to
directly rebut the suggestions
made in The Tribune earlier this
week by Brian Moree, senior
partner at McKinney, Bancroft
& Hughes, who urged this
nation to sign an FTA with the
US and also negotiate to join
the Free Trade Area of the

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ject was revived.

Mr Moree said the Bahamas’
economic future,
not”, lay with its major trading
partner, the US, rather than
with the Caribbean Single Mar-
ket & Economy (CSME).

But Mr Mitchell said yester-
day that discussions he and oth-
er CARICOM trade ministers
had held with the US Trade
Representative and his coun-
terpart from the European
Union (EU) had indicated that
neither would be interested in a

bilateral free trade agreement’

with the Bahamas.

Mr Mitchell said: “It is clear,
in terms of international trade
agreements, there is little like-
lihood of a bilateral trade agree-
ment with a market of 300,000
people.”

He reiterated Prime Minister
Perry Christie’s position that
under the current administra-
tion, the Bahamas would not

SEE page 7B

“like it or -

refused to produce documents,
and both she and her husband
are accused of perjuring them-
selves when statements. were
eventually. given to the CFTC.

The Woltzes used to oper-
ate their Sterling ACS financial
services business from the
British American Building in

downtown Nassau, and have a ©

home address of 42 Sea View
Estates, Delaporte. They are

"currently being held by the US

authorities.

Documents filed with the US
courts by Stephen Bobo, the
receiver for Tech Traders and
other entities allegedly used by
Murray, revealed that the Ster-
ling Group had invested $15.9
million with the scheme.

Murray was accused of using

Tech Traders to operate a
‘Ponzi’ fraud, using funds
invested by new investors into
the scheme to repay earlier

investors the returns and prin-

cipal he had promised. ;
The receiver said there was
“no evidence of profitable eco-. -

nomic activity undertaken by
Tech Traders”. He had denied
the Sterling Group’s claims to

recover funds they invested *

with Murray from the assets

he had been able to recover.
Murray’s links with the

Bahamas, and to Mr Pinder

and Suisse Security, began,
when he incorporated an enti-

ty called Magnum Investments,
which started trading futures
contracts in 1998.

US court documents showed
Magnum received $4.5 million
from outside investors starting
in April 1999, but in Septem-

ber that year, the e contpaly was’

sold.

The receiver’s report said:
“In about September 1999,
Magnum sold its operations,

trading systems and equipment.

for $1 million plus a five-year
licensing arrangements to a
Bahamian businessman named
Hubert Pinder, who controlled

. Magnum’s initial investor.

“The $1 million purchase
price was to be credited against
the funds that Pinder’s com-
pany had already invested with
Magnum.” i

Mr Pinder allegedly estab-
lished a trading operation in
Nassau with Magnum’s sys-
tems and equipment, creating
an account with commodities
broker Refco.in the name of

‘Magnum Capital Investments
~ (MCI) through which to trade.

The receiver said Magnum

was required to take respon-"

sibility for MCI’s margin calls
and losses.

SEE page 9B

Symonette leads $12.2m

Tribune Business Editor

THE Symonette Group, the holding compa-
ny for investments made by Craig Symonette,
chairman of Abaco Markets and Bahamas Fer-
ries, is heading a private investor group that
has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Deveon’s
construction division for $12.2 million, it was

revealed yesterday.

Devcon, which is listed on the US-based Na&
daq stock market, said the deal was still subject _
to the negotiation and execution of a definitive

sales agreement,

ation, as it has ample resources and a seasoned.,:

buyout of Devcon division

‘i By NEIL HARTNELL

management team who have a successful track

nesses.

record in operating construction-relatéd busi- .

“This combination means our customers and
employees are being placed in good hands and
will be well-served in the years ahead."

Jon Chellgren, president of the investor group
acquiring the construction division, said: “We

look forward to returning Devcon to its roots as

.an island-based marine and heavy construction
builder. The island-based investment group is.
well-positioned to take advantage of the many

opportunities that exist.”

Stephen J. Ruzika, Devcon’s president and

chief executive, said in a.statement:
Symonette Group is a fine buyer for this oper-



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@ By DENISE
-MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport. -

Reporter

FREEPORT — Nassau
businessman James Sands
yesterday announced plans
to build a $15 million brew-
ery in Freeport over the
next two years, and intro-
duce anew beer brand to
the Bahamas.

Mr Sands made .the
announcement on Wednes-
day. with his attorney, Fred
Smith, and top executives
of the Grand Bahama Port
Authority, chairman
Hannes Babak and chief
executive Sir Albert Miller.

Continuing in the foot-
steps of his father, Everette
Sands, who was in business.
in Grand Bahama ‘for
decades. through Butler &
Sands, Mr Sands nope con-







before Christmas.

A 20-acre site has been
allocated close to the har-
bour to enable the company
to take advantage of the
container port, and

-Freeport’s Maritime Cen-

tre.
Mr Sands said his compa-

ny, The Bahamian Brewery

and Beverage Company; is
expected to.be officially
commissioned in June 2007.
The firm is expected to,ini-

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‘Bank’ on many

factors during
credit ratings |

IN the previous article, we
looked at the methodology for
assessing the credit quality of
manufacturing companies. In
today’s article, we shall discuss

‘the rating methodology in

assigning ratings for banks, and
other financial institutions.
The framework for analysing
banking and financial institu-
tions involves a qualitative cum
quantitative approach that fol-
lows a structured methodology
called the ‘CRAMEL’ model.
Based on these criteria, the rel-
ative strengths and weaknesses
of each entity in comparison to

its peer group are evaluated.
The CRAMEL model compris-
es the following:

* Capital Adequacy

* Resource raising ability

* Asset Quality

* Management and systems
evaluation

* Farnings potential

* Liquidity/Asset Liability
management —

No one factor has overriding
importance, or is considered in
isolation, and all the above fac-
tors are viewed in conjunction
while assigning the rating. The

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Capital Adequacy

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or subordinated debt, exists _
largely to protect:a bank from
unexpected shocks or losses,
which could arise from business
actions or environmental fac-
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These consequences are an
inherent part of the lending
business, aS revenues in this
business depend on the future
behaviour of borrowers. Higher
levels of capital provide greater
protection against risk in the
existing asset. book, and deter-
mine the growth capacity of the
rated entity.

Various factors assessed here
include the absolute size of cap-
ital, reported and adjusted cap-
ital adequacy ratios, quality of
capital (proportion of equity
and preference capital/subordi-
nated debt), additional capital
requirements in relation to
growth plans, and any hidden
reserves such as unbooked
appreciation in investments. .

Resource raising ability
Access to stable and low-cost

resources (deposits, borrowings)

in adequate quantities is anoth-
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impacts the availability of mon-
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Tribune Staff Reporter

DOCTORS Hospital Health
Systems (DHHS) yesterday
reported earnings per share of
$0.08 for the 2007 first quarter,

compared to $0.21 last year, as
net income fell 60 per cent to
$841,000 from $2.1 million.

Reported

In addition, Doctor’s report-
ed that total revenue from con-
tinuing operations was $8.7
million for the three months
to April 30, 2006, compared to
the $9 million gained last year.

“The hospital continues to
record strong revenue perfor-
mance in most clinical depart-
ments because the overall
activity continued to grow,”

DHHS said in a statement yes-
terday.

The company said the
$264,000 or 2.9 per cent
decrease in revenues over the
prior year could be attributed
primarily to a change in the
mix of patient days from criti-
cal care.

However, despite the fall,
DHHS reported that intensive
care unit patient days for the
2007 first quarter were still
higher than those realised for
any other first quarter.

In addition, DHHS admit-
ted 6.5 per cent more patients
than the previous year, with
increases in outpatient activi-
ty, especially ambulatory ser-
vices and most iapaleHts
areas.

There was one exception to
the increase, a reduction in

patient days in the intensive
care unit, which. the hospital
said was due to the Cardiac
Catheterization Laboratory
being upgraded to more mod-
ern technology.

There was a controlled
increase in salary and benefits
by 10.3 per cent compared to
2005, which DHHS said was
caused by a variety of factors,
including separation packages,
overtime costs tied to the
implementation of software in
March, as well as merit increas-
es and competitive adjust-
ments.

Financial

Darron Cash, DHHS chief
financial officer, said: “The
higher costs were due in part to
our implementation of strate-



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gic goals and decisions to
increase the salaries and bene-
fits of our critical care nurses
and other skilled associates,
for whom there is intense com-
petition in the market place.”

DHHS. reported that Days
Revenue in Accounts Receiv-
able (AR Days) rose to 96

days from 74 days as at year- -

end January 31, 2006.

The increase represented the
expected peak level of AR
increases, as a result of the shift
to the new healthcare infor-
mation system.

Mr Cash said that given the
magnitude of changes the hos-
pital made, they anticipated
there would be some issues,
and he said associates have
done an impressive job in tack-
ling challenges caused by the
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“We are acutely aware of
the ever present concern about
recievables, and we are delight-
ed that we have been able to
successfully generate the cash
flows to fund capital invest-
ments,” Mr, Cash said.

Increase

The temporary increase in
AR enabled the hospital to
audit every bill for accuracy.
Despite the strong perfor-
mance, a delay in the billing
process did have a weakening
effect on the hospital’s cash
position, although cash collec-
tions continued to be robust -
109 per cent of the comparable
period of last year.

In addition, DHHS contin-
ued its capital reinvestment
programe, spending $1.2 mil-







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lion on capital assets compared
to the $0.5 million spent, dast:
year.

These investments included

the Meditech health informa- -

tion system implementation, -
improvements to the facil
and the addition of the:com

puted radiography system to ~

the Imaging department.
Barry Rassin, DHHS chief -
executive, said that while crit-
ical care activity was not up to
last year’s standards, it still
exceeded all other previous
years, and the hospital’s other
departments are busier hen
last year.
“This indicates that our

overall growth continues, » he :

said.

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BAHAMIAN hoteliers are hoping
the dozen casés of malaria reported on
Exuma are an isolated incident that will

not negatively impact tourism in this .

nation. _
Executive

Yesterday, Frank Comito, the execu-
tive vice-president of the Bahamas Hotel
Association, said the organisation
believes the situation is contained in one
area, and feels it will not become a prob-
lem for the industry.

He added that the BHA is hoping cool

heads will prevail and eliminate any neg-

Bahamas before the situation is resolved.

Mr Comito added that the BHA
believes the Government is taking the
appropriate steps to deal with the prob-

lem, and said he hopes it is resolved

quickly.

The Ministry of Tourism is also mon-
itoring the situation.

Speaking on behalf of Tourism direc-
tor-general Vernice Walkine, who is
attending a tourism conference in New
York, Edwin Lightbourn said the min-
istry’s public relations arm in the US
was monitoring the situation closely to
deal with any negative publicity or con-
cerns which may occur.

Last week, the Ministry of Health
announced the first suspected case of
malaria, and since then has confirmed

that 12 persons have. been infected with,

the disease, which is transmitted via mos-
quito to human.

The Tribune contacted several hotels
on Exuma, which said their guests did
not appear to be too disturbed by the
malaria outbreak.

Spokesperson

Said one Peace and Plenty Inn
spokesperson: “People are here going
swimming and going about their busi-
ness, and the hotel is full. No one has
expressed anything to us.”

The Tribune was unable to contact
the manager of the island’s premier
resort Four Seasons at Emerald Bay.
However, persons on the island said that
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A Bahamian company has
partnered with an international
telecoms firm to offer business-
es in this nation products that
can help integrate their tele-
phone systems with Informa-
tion Technology (IT) networks.

Emagine (Bahamas) and its
partner, AltiGen Communica-
tions, said the latter’s products
would enhance customer ser-
vice and productivity, generat-
ing value for Bahamian compa-
nies on both the demand and
supply sides.

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NOTICE

WINDSOR REALTY
COMPANY LIMITED

(In Liquidation)

NOTICE is hereby given that the Creditors of the
above-named Company are required, on or before
the 17th day of July, 2006 to send their names and
addresses, with particulars of their debts or claims,
and the names and addresses of their Attorneys (if
any), to the undersigned, Mrs Maria Férére at One »
Montague Place, East Bay Street, P.O. Box N-3932,
Nassau, Bahamas, the Liquidator of the said Company.

Dated 15th June, 2006

Maria M. Férére
' Liquidator














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merely provide a way to con-
nect two callers, whereas Alti-
Gen is more of a-productivity
and customer service tool” said
Jamie Steinberg, Emagine’s
business development head.
The products can be used with
both Bahamas Telecommuni-
cations Company (BTC) and
IndiGo phones.

AltiGen said its products
integrate phone systems with
the rest of a company’s IT infra-
structure including computers,
e-mail, cell phones and client
relationship management
(CRM) software.

One feature, called AltiView,
allows users to. navigate
through voicemail, manage their
calls and have access to
advanced features such as
‘Extension Anywhere’. Users
have true mobility through
allowing calls to. be forwarded
to their cell phone.

‘“If you are not in the office,
callers upon reaching your
voicemail have the option to



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find you at another location, or
you can simply route your calls
to that location” explained Mar-
cio Carelli, AltiGen’s eastern
region manager.

AltiGen’s products also incor-
porate disaster recovery fea-
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drives.

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INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, Vallon Teno Thompson also
known as Vallon Tino Thompson also known as Vallene Teno
Cartwright also known as Vallone Tino Cartwright also known
as Vallene Teno Cartwright-Thompson of the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence intend to change my name to Vallon
Teno Thompson. If there are any objections to this change of name
by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief Passport
Officer, PO.Box F-43536, Grand Bahama, Bahamas no later than
thirty (80) days after the date of publication of this notice.

NOTICE |

NOTICE is hereby given that DELBERT R. ATKINS OF P.O.
BOX EE-15587, QWIHWARD ROAD, IMPERIAL PARK,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as acitizen 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 8TH day of JUNE,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



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1s accepting applications tor a

Warehouse Foreman

Applicant must have a minium of 3
years managerial exnerience, be motivated and highly attantabile, have excellent
organization and leadership skills and he a team player.
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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 5B, ‘

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

MUST SELL eae
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DUNDAS TOWN CROWN ALLOTMENT, DUNDAS TOWN ABACO
All that parcel of land having an area of 14,400 sq. ft. being a portion of the Dundas Town Crown allotment this land is rectangular in shape with
dimensions of 80 ft by 180. Located on the above mentioned lot is a concrete block structure with dimensions of 27 x40. This house is an approximate
30 year old single family, residence comprising of 3-bedrooms, 1- bathroom, living/dining area and kitchen. This house is in fairly good condition for its
age with a projected future life of about 25 to 30 more years. The land rises above road level, to a height in excess: of approximately 15ft above sea
| level, with no likelihood of flooding in an hurricane. The grounds are poi landscaped. es

Appraisal: $90,000.00

_| This house is located in Dundas Town Abaco which is adjacent to Marsh Harbour and is painted white trimmed teal green.







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Nassau

All that lot of land having an area of 5,000 sq. ft. being lot No. 2525/6 in the subdivision known and designated as Sir Lynden Pindling Estates off. ;

Charles Saunders Highway, situated in the Southeastern District of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of a 2 year old single family i

residence consisting of approximately 1,220 sq. ft of enclosed living space with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, living/dining room, utility and kitchen. The i

| residence is equipped with burglar bars and two walled air conditioning units. The land is on a grade and level and appear to be sufficiently elevated to, , i

disallow the possibility of flooding Guring annual peeny rainy periods. i
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Traveling south through, Nassau Village main entrance, come to T-junction and turn right, then 4th corner left, 1st right, then first left again drive all the, ne E
| way across the T-junction. The subject property is the 6th property left painted peach trimmed peach just opposite the back entrance of the Sadie” ae ne t
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Nassau bop
‘All that lot of land having an area of approximately 8,972 sq. ft. being lot No. 76 of the subdivision known and designated as flamingo Gardens, the?) "fF :
said subdivision situated in the Western District of New Providence the Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a structure comprising of an i
approximately 13 yr old one storey single family residence consisting of approximately 929 sq. ft. of enclosed living space, with 3-bedrooms withiec@ 4), |
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closets, 2-bathrooms, dining room, kitchen, enclosed porch and enclosed foyer. There is also a foundation in place for two 1-bedroom, 1 bath guest, 15 7M +}:
cottages, consisting of approximately 735 sq. ft. the land is on a grade and level, however the site appears to: be sufficiently elevated to disallow the: 7"),
possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year.



a Appraisal: $122,593.70
Travel west on Carmichael Road to Flamingo Gardens (corner left after Carmichael Road Police Station) Turn thru corner then take second left onto Guyana Avenue. Drive all the way to the dead ~ .#
end the subject house is paee all White with few cars in the yard i

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1 Alll that lot of land having an area of 15,950 sq. ft. being lot No. 29 of the subdivision known and designated as the Government Subdivision, the said...
’ subdivision situated in the southern side of the town of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a block structure 32x34,”
plus an addition of wood partially completed being 29x5 the house is an approximate 25 yrs old single family residence comprising of two bedrooms,
one bathroom, living and dining rooms, and kitchen. The house is structurally sound with the exception of the woodwork. The land rises above road
level, to a height of approximately 15 ft and is 30 plus ft above sea level. —









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Appraisal: $130,000.00 —

This property is located in the Government Subdivision in Marsh Harbour, Abaco and is painted blue trimmed white.

(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue) | ‘ ‘ :
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Alll that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 42, comprising of about'11,570 sq.
| ft., this site encompasses a 25 year old single story home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one incomplete), ‘front room, dining, kitchen and
basement area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66 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.

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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 rein the main Eleuthera. ool
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4 All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62, 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 f
laundry room, with a total living area of approximately 2,342.06. Property also includes a double car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of ...
approninatclyt 655.75. 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 5



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(Nassau
| All that lot of land numbering as “H” being one of several lots in Cyclops ey located off the northern side of 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. 2
consisting of 2 bedrooms all wth wall airconditioning units, 1 bathroom, living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new. wate
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(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 ae
Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised an incomplete two storey single family structure consisting of approximately ee
9,255.92 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living room, dining, kitchen and tv room. ref bs
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VACANT PROPERTIES

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 ~ "Rs | esi
is 2,511 sq. ft. Lot #20 situated 1.5 miles east wardly of the Bluff Settlement. The said lot is vacant and a hill over looking the Atlantic Ocean. Appraisal: $41,275. ce m4. Ae
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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 GF a
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: $30,000.00



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Legal Notice

NOTICE

APPLE HOLDINGS CORP.
In Voluntary Liquidation

@ SHOWN (from left to
right): Leonard Embanks,
vice-chairman Fidelity Cay-
man; Bret Hill, president
Fidelity Bank (Cayman) Ltd;
Morgan DeCosta, president
Cayman Islands Chamber of
Commerce; Michael Ander-
son, chief financial officer,
Fidelity Group; Tom Gam-
mage, vice-president Fidelity,
Cayman; Anwer J. Sunderji,
chairman Fidelity Group.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4) of

the International Business Companies Act. No. 45 of 2000, APPLE
HOLDINGS CORP,, is in dissolution, as of June 13th, 2006.

International Liquidator Services Limited situated at 35A Regent
Street, P.O. Box 1777, Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

ATTENTION:

LEGAL COMMONERS OF ROCK SOUND,
ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS

All entitled Commoners of Rock Sound, Eleuthera are asked to register (incuding persons previously
registered) on or before July 31, 2006.

Registration requirements:
1. Completed registration form
2. Birth Certificate
3. Photo Identification e.g. Pacis or Voter’s Card
4. Registration Fee
All commoners wishing to apply for land must be registered.

For further information you may contact telephone numbers 1(242) 334-2310, (242) 334-2158 or 1(242)
334-2144.

Please be advised that all registered Commoners who are desirous of clearing land to use for farming,
constructing residences, apartments, or roads and seeking to own beaches MUST obtain a certificate with
a seal.

You are reminded that each Commoner is entitled to ONE lot (100’ x 150’).

Signed: Officers, Rock Sound Commoners’ Association, Eleuthera.



The Single and Three Phase

will be held at

The College of The Bahamas,
West Settler’s Way, Freeport, Grand Bahama
on Saturday, July 1 at 9 a.m.

The Examination Fee of $175.00 ust be paid
by Monday, June 26.__,

Interested persons are asked to call CEES at
: 352-9761 for additional information.

. Visit our website at www.cob.edu.

Credit Suisse Wealth Management Limited

is presently considering applications for an

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Credit Suisse Private Banking is one of the world's premier private banks. It is setting new standards which go
beyond traditional banking services. Our dedicated and highly qualified staff provides our clientele with
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A minimum of five (6) years experience in banking with a large international institution

Knowledge of trading, trade reconciliation, custody business and securities markets with peeve
emphasis on emerging market derivative.instruments

Ability to speak and write in Portuguese fluently in order to converse with clients directly and process
documentation internally ;

Deep Knowledge and working experience with Microsoft products (including access, excel, etc.)
Must have working knowledge of GLOBUS application
Must be familiar with EUROCLEAR procedures and have deep knowledge of EUCLID application.

Significant experience in an extremely active and dynamic operational environment

Comprehensive knowledge of operational and information technology principles, practices and processes
sufficient to interpret/analyze complex issues and develop innovative solutions to the challenges effecting
the business unit.

Strong problem solving and decision-making skills

Strong interpersonal, oral and written communications skills.

Possess a confident and outgoing personality

Key Duties & Responsibilities will include:
- Co-ordinate day-to-day operations functions of the main office
- Oversee various Management functions; particularly the Payment, Settlement and Safe custody areas

- Risk Management and liaise with managers to ensure maintenance of standards

Applications should be faxed to:
Human Resources Department
Fax: 302-6398

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS JUNE 16, 2006



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Legal Notice

NOTICE

-REMAKLUS PROPERTY S.A.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section. 137 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act. No. 45 of 2000,
REMAKLUS PROPERTY 8. A. ., 1s in dissolution, as of June
12th, ane: “ore

Tatemational Liquidator Services Limited situated at 35A Regent
Street, P.O. Box 1777, Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

n LALSBURY

CHAMBERS:

Counsel and Attorneys-at-Law Notaries Public

WILL BE CLOSED
On Friday, 16th June, 2006
due to the observance of the firms
Annual “Fun Day”
The office will re-open on
Monday, 19th June 2006

We regret any inconvenience caused



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Cayman financial centre:





THE TRIBUNE;





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THE Fidelity, Group Ras
opened its second retail finan-
cial centre inthe Cayman
Islands, the group’s 11th overall,
with most of its existing centres
based in the Bahamas. ..;

At the celebratory VIP Cock-
tail Reception in.Grand, Cay-

man, Morgan DaCosta, presi-

dent of the Cayman Islands
Chamber of Commerce, praised
Fidelity for meeting.customér

.demands with more locations,

an increased product line and
extended opening hours...

. Mr DaCosta said: “In the past
few months I have noticed an
interesting phenomenon. Retail
banks becoming more .retail orj-
ented. They are opening longer
hours, on the weekend and, like
Fidelity i in new locations.

“T congratulate Fidelity for
recognising customer needs and
tailoring their businesses to
accommodate the changing face
of the Cayman market place.
They are not necessarily the ©
biggest bank, but-are doing.a
terrific job in trying to be the
best. sri

These changes etiees ‘the
measurable results every busi-
ness should be striving to
achieve. With this new branch,
Fidelity customers will have the
added benefit of convenience; a
precious commodity in this fast-
paced environment.” :

Fidelity Marquee, named for
its location in the Marquee

Plaza, is well placed in a busy,

mixed business and. residential
district of Grand Cayman. 3

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For the stories
behind the news,
read Insight
on Mondays

CLIFTON HERITAGE AUTHORITY
~ LOGO COMPETITION

The Clifton Heritage Authority announces a. pompenton to create an official logo for the

Authority.

The competition is open to artists 18 years and older.

A maximum of two entries may be submitted in full color. Images should be at ©

least 8.5x11 and no larger than 11x17.

The logo should depict the historical and environmental significance of ne

Peps ChpPE Heritage Park, located at Clifton.

Each entry should be accompanied by a short paragr 53h é descr ibing the entry.”

Entries must received by 4:00 p.m.,

Winners will be awarded prizes as follows:
1 place~ $1,500
° 2™ place- $1,000

° 3" place- $750

June 22", 2006.

Entry forms may be collected from the Authority’s office located at the Collins House ,
Complex, Shirley Street and Collins Avenue with the entrance on Collins Avenue.

The contest judges reserve the right to award no prizes at all.

TEL: (242) 325-1505
FAX: (242) 326-2568
P.O.BOX EE-15082
NASSAU, BAHAMAS


THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 7B



US ‘uninterested’
in Bahamas deal

- FROM page 1B

sign on to any of the CSME,
World Trade Organisation
(WTO) or FTAA without the
“fullest consultation” with the
Bahamian people.

Mr Mitchell also said the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs was
moving to create a Department
of International Trade within
its walls.

He added: “The Chamber of
Commerce has a constructive
attitude to these international
trade agreements, knowing the
Bahamas cannot hide itself
from the world.”

Yet while Mr. Mitchell
described the Bahamas’
approach to international trade
agreements as one of its greatest
challenges, many in the private
sector are likely to have been
left wondering just how serious
the Government is about tack-
ling the issue given its Budget
spending allocations.

For fiscal 2006-2007, the Min-
istry of Foreign Affairs has been
allocated just $50,000 for FTAA
and WTO developments. And
the Bahamas Trade Commis-
sion, which in 2003 recom-
mended that the Bahamas
“defer” a decision on the
CSME, will this year receive
just $40,000.

Meanwhile, Mr Mitchell used
yesterday’s Budget debate to
hit out at those who held dif-
ferent points of view to his own
on the CSME and other trade
matters.

’ He accused unnamed persons

of spreading misinformation,

and even being guilty of “xeno-
‘phobia” and “racism”. His com-
ments that this “pollutes the
debate” and “their arguments
are best ignored” will also give
“rise to questions about whether
‘the Government wants a debate

on trade-related matters.
In his address on the COME

to last week’s conference staged

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requirements

Moree urged Bahamians not to
“be lulled into a false sense of
security” or be misled into
thinking that the issue of
whether the Bahamas should
join had gone away.

In a thinly-veiled reference
to Mr Mitchell and his Bahamas
Uncensored website, a tool fre-

cally tell us where they stand
on this,issue of the CSME.”
Mr Moree said the CSME
was “too big an issue, to impor-
tant an issue to be lost” in the
upcoming general election cam-
paign, only for the winner to
declare they had been given a
mandate to decide on the issue.

CLEARING BANKS ASSOCIATION

Project Manager

The Project Manager (PM) will over see the implementation of an Automated
Clering House (ACH) in The Bahamas. The successful candidate will be respon-
sible for liasing with potential vendors, assembling a project team, assingning
individual, identifying appropriate resources needed, developing project schedules
| and providing reports to ensure the timely completion of the project. The PM must
demonstrate appropriate specialized knowledge and experience with the imple-
mentation of clearing and settlement systems; direct experience with (image
enabled) ACH systems is preferable.

The ideal candidate must possess the requisite skills to perform the following

e Assist with project education and orientation '
* Assist with implementation schedule, approach, budget, and staffing

e Review and monitor project plan progress

¢ Review and assist with implementation plan strategy

e Ensure that the risks of material deviations are minimized
¢ Review and assist with the test plan strategy

¢ Review and assist with training plan

e Assist with development of the Go-Live Plan

* Create public awareness of the ACH and its function

¢ Provide thought leadership

¢ Identify global issues and workflow opportunities

¢ Troubleshoot and escalate critical issues

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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required:

¢ BSc or equivalent experience

* Knowledge of clearing and settlement systems

¢ Knowledge of project management methodologies, project
management softwaretools and process improvement strategies

¢ Experience with implementation of financial system

¢ Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills

¢ Proven track record of managing project economics

¢ Effectiveness in meeting project deadlines and deliverable

CBA - ACH Project Manager Response
Bank of The Bahamas International

E-mail responses may be sent to:
Samantha.Antonio@BankBahamas.com

quently used to attack and
smear those who hold different
views to the minister, Mr Moree
hinted that the debate had been
“characterised by personal
attacks”, with a number made
on him. This, he said, “does not
respect the intelligence of the
Bahamian people”.

“From the point of view of
the Bahamas, the CSME is not
a dead issue and those that sug-
gest it is are merely trying to
distract attention from the
issue,” Mr Moree said.

He added that the language
used by Mr Mitchell last year,
when he said the Government
would not proceed with taking
the Bahamas into the CSME
during the current administra-
tion’s term in office, potentially
left the door open to return to
the issue after the general elec-
tion.

“If the Bahamas will join the
CSME, and on what terms, is a
very live issue in this countty,”
Mr Moree said.

“Tt is extremely important for
all of us to require the major
political parties to unequivo-

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that TONY SAINTIL 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
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 8TH day of JUNE, 2006 to the Minister
| responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.

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is in dissolution, which commenced on the 13th day
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P.O. Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahamas.

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FROM page 1B

tially employ between 65 to 70
Bahamians.

“We are ready to break
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and lager.

“We hope to quench the
Bahamian public’s thirst for a
variety of beers, with a fresh
new Bahamian brand from

first class, and one that Bahami-
ans can be proud: of. We wish
Mr Sands every success and
pledge our absolute coopera-
tiond:to make this brewery a
reality.”

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mother, Patricia Roberts, was
born, and his father started his
business.

He had envisioned a brewery
in Grand Bahama for some
time, and after two years suc-
cessfully concluded negotiations

_ with the Grand Bahama Port
Authority, which issued a
licence to his company.

“We believe in Grand
Bahama’s potential. This is a
100.per cent Bahamian-owned
business and we intend to take
full advantage of the tax bene-
fits and the exemptions for
licencees under the Hawksbill
Creek Agreement,” Mr Sands
said.

He added that with the assis-
tance of the public, the compa-
ny will be seeking a name and
design for the brand and its
labelling. “We want to give the
people the opportunity to bea
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Mr Babak and Sir Albert wel-
comed Mr Sands to Grand
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Delighted

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the Sands family back to
Freeport,” said Mr Babak. “I
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during credit

FROM page 2B



‘ices are driven by
sophis ated information tech-
nology infrastructure: The rated
entity’s access to non-deposit
resources depends on its accept-
ability in the capital markets.
Future stability of the
resource profile is often deter-
mined by the behavioural char-
acteristics of each resource clus-
ter, such as retail or corporate,
and their proportions in the
resource mix. It is also.crucial to
make..a critical assessment of
the diversity of resource base
while assessing this parameter.

Asset quality

Asset quality of a bank is a

meastire of its ability to man-
- age Gredit risks. Financial assets
are the: revenue engines for any
bank or finance entity. There-
fore, the strength of its business
depends on its ability to consis-
tently generate good quality
assets that produce: adequate
returns after expenses and
write-offs.

This, in turn, is a function of
the strength of existing borrow-
er relationships, the ability to
offer the services the market
demands and the.quality of

operating skills such as pre- :



lending credit appraisal, post-
lending account monitoring and
problem asset resolution fech-
niques.

. Past performance of the asset
book is often the most. useful

indicator of. the business

strength of the rated entity’s
lending business.

The inherent risk content of
the asset book at a point in time

is determined by its diversity

across different asset segments —
retail assets, corporate assets,
government assets etc at one
level, and industry and. cus-
tomer concentrations at anoth-
er level.

Asset concentration levels are
also an indicator of the risk
propensity of the management.
In particular, it is critical to
assess the credit quality of the
bank’s corporate asset portfo-
lio, both in ‘terms of stock as
well as quality of incremental
additions to the portfolio. Spe-
cific factors assessed in this risk

-category include. reported non-_
performing loans (NPL) to total
loans, provisions made for weak

assets in relation to NPL, NPL
in relation to net worth, incre-
mental NPLs to incremental

loans and a comparison of these:

factors in relation to peer group

banks in the region.

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Management Quality

This is one of the important
parameters in the analysis of a
bank or financial institution, as
it is a key determinant of all
other parameters, directly or
indirectly. Competence, risk
propensity and strategy of the
management of any financial
services entity have a profound
impact.on all aspects of its oper-
ations, and consequently its
credit quality.

Management assessment
addresses the rated entity's busi-
ness strategy, and its skills with
respect to consistently generat-
ing good loans that are funded
by borrowings at an optimum
cost.

Management competence
also determines the level of
sophistication of the entity's
operations in general, and the

use of information technology —

tools, in particular. This can
have a profound impact on the
efficiency of resource mobilisa-
tion and asset deployment, and
the efficacy of the risk manage-
ment systems. The inherent risk
of an entity’s operations and the
structure of its risk management

. systems are also a function of,

the risk appetite of its manage-
ment. i
Risk management practices

assume high importance in
assessment of a bank’s mun

agement quality. Risk Mariage

ment refers to the use of proac

tive techniques and frameworks
to ensure that, on an agpregate
basis, present actions do not
have unacceptable future con

sequences. Key areas for Fisk
management include market
risk, credit risk and operations
risk.

Modern risk management
techniques demand significant
use of information technology
that, when effectively deployed
can minimise the possibility of
future capital shocks. Moreove!
in view of the increasing giob
alisation of financial markets
having a risk management sys
tem that is compatible with the
requirements of the global
finahicial architecture is offen
key to any entity's abitity to
conduct its international busi
ness.

Earnings potential

Earnings are the end tesult
of the rated entity’s success in

its core’ business of financial

intermediation Earoigs arc
directly impacted by operational
efficiencies, and the skills of
asset origination and deposil
mobilisation. Operational effi
ciencies of a bank, measured

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to alleged $43m fraud

FROM page 1B.

He Alleged: “Magnum also apparently advanced approximately
$350,000 to Pinder to begin trading, but that amount was never
repaid.

“In addition, Magnum transferred over $130, 000 to, another Pin-
der company in partial payment of large trading losses that Mag-

num suffered.in August 1999. Pinder’s Nassau-based trading

operation continued for between six to nine months, but it could
not operate profitably and ceased trading in‘2000.”

As for MCL, the receiver said it was initially incorporated in the
Bahamas in 1999 for-Murray to conduct business with Mr Pinder
and his companies.

MCI and Magnum allegedly entered a service agreement on
June 1, 1999, which said Magnum would act as trader for funds
invested with MCI, and a futures trading account was set: up, ‘at
Refco.

This account was used for Mr Pinder’s trading. The receiver
alleged: “The MCI trading account was initially funded with
$200,000 from Magnum and later received another $50,000 from
a source believed to be Hubert Pinder’s company in the Bahamas.

“Over the course of 2000, MCI lost virtually all of its $250, 000

- account balance through futures trading.”

The receiver said: MCI’s “only known bank account” was
opened in June 1999 at Suisse Security Bank & Trust. Only
$2,500 was in the account when the bank’s licence was suspend-
ed, then revoked, by the Central Bank of the Bahamas in 2001.

The receiver alleged that Tech Traders was incorporated as a
Bahamian-registered entity in January 2000 with help from
Suisse Security. The bank opened an account for the company
soon after.

“That account appears to have held as much as $110,000 by the
middle of 2000, although the source of those funds remains
unknown,” the receiver said. “In late August 2000, Tech Traders
transferred $87,500 from that account to Magnum.”

The account therefore held a minimum balance when Suisse
Security was shut down.

Mr Pinder has ‘had a relatively colourful Gasiness career. In
2003, he attempted to solicit $2 million from investors through a
private offering for his company, Cavitation Concepts. °

However, he was forced to pull the offering by the Securities

Commission of the Bahamas, after he publicised the offering’

through the media. This meant it had become a public offering,
not a private one, which is governed by much stricter regulations
contained in the Securities Industry Act.

Apart from having to register the offering documents with
the Securities Commission, companies or other entities going pub-
lic have to comply with full disclosure and transparency require-
ments, as the Securities Industry Act that governs the ‘capital mar-
_ kets requires that all information relating to material facts be
made available.

“Mr Pinder is the brother of the late PLP MP Philip Pinder. He

70% of overseas

FROM page 1B

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@ MINISTER BRADLEY ROBERTS

worked alongside his brother at Bahamas Beverages, the boitiing
‘plant that once held the Pepsi-Cola franchise, atid was appoint
ed executive vice-president in 1983. He was also once co manage!
of his brother’s Whale Point resort in Eleuthera, which wa:
repossessed that same year ailen it was unable to meet ils repay
ments.

In 1988, Mr Pinder be caiead to The Tribune his intention to
manufacture light aircraft in the Bahamas through his company
Raptor Aviation, with his business partners George aid Jainies
Prill, who worked for NASA. Mr Pinder also said he was gory
to build submarines.

In April 1985, Mr Pinder announced that he had bought the
Seafloor Aquarium from Curtis Johnson. However, it later trai
spired that he did not buy the business but had an agreement to
‘purchase it for under $1 million over a two-year period

Mr Pinder did not make a single payment and the agreement
was terminated.

calls bypass BTC

deterred from using VoIP,
even by the potential $300,000

Mr Stern added: “It may be
wise for the Government to

would, in the long-term, out- ,

weigh the disadvantages from
any reduction in BTC’s value.

He said: “The rapidly évolv-
ing technology is offering users
easy alternatives to bypass
BTC’s traditional network and
to pay prices which are frac-
tions of those charged by BTC,
even after price reductions of
up to 70 per cent are taken into
account.

“The value of BTC is dimin-

spread and accessible.

“While the evolving new ~

technology may be having a
negative impact on the value of
BTC, it carries tremendous
long-term potential benefits in
strengthening the economy
and helping to diversify the
Bahamas’ dependence on
tourism and financial services.
Best practice suggests that in
the long run this will be found
most likely to outweigh the loss
of income resulting from the
sale of BTC.”

take stock of the current situa-
tion, understand the realities
of this technology and its
impact on prices, recognise the
futility of trying to stop its
progress or to police its use,
and instead encourage BTC to
take into account and embrace
VoIP technology to reduce the
overall cost of the delivery of
telecommunications services in
the Bahamas.”

The IDB report pointed out
that Bahamian residents and
businesses had not been

fine they faced if caught.

The report added: “The high
cost of telecommunicalions is
also discouraging the export ol
services for which the Bahanias
would otherwise, have cer
comparative advantages

“For example, one of ihe
reasons conference organis:
are reluctant to choose thie
Bahamas is because of the very
expensive prices for making
international calls and roam-
ing on the Bahamas’ only cel-
lular mobile network.”







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* BUSINESS

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- PUBLIC NOTICE |
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, CLAUDE JEAN-
‘CHARLES of Faith Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas, intend to
change my name to CLAUDE JEAN-JACQUES. Any
written objections to the intended name change must be
addressed to the Registrar General’s Office and the Chief
Passport Officer and a copy thereof to the undersigned
chambers.










Established Bahamian Company
is seeking to fill the position of

FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

The successful applicant should possess the
following minimum requirements:

Extensive experience in all aspects of
financial accounting including inventory
control, cost accounting and accounts
payable;

Proficient knowledge of accounting
principles and standards;

Excellent computer skills;

Good communication and management
skills;

Must be driven, energetic, a team-worker;

Duties will include:
Preparation of complete set of financial
statements;
Cash flow management; -
Liaison with external auditors;
Management reporting;
Budget preparation, business plans and
special projects, as assigned.

Only qualified persons should apply.

If interested, please send detailed resume and
cover letter to fenassau@yahoo.com.



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FROM page 9B

groups.

Liquidity

It is also crucial to assess the
asset and liability maturity
(ALM) profile of the bank, to
form an opinion on the liquidi-
ty risk as well as interest rate
risk faced by the bank.

The relative differences
between the maturities of assets
and liabilities are the primary
determinants of the liquidity
cushion available to the rated
entity to meet its fund needs.
Other sources of liquidity in a
contingency include access to
capital or borrowed funds at
short notice. Specific factors
analysed include liquid assets
to total assets, and the gap
between maturing assets and
liabilities in each time bucket,
such as 0 to three months, three
to six months, six months to one
year, one to two years, and
beyond two years.

Any sound risk assessment
should also factor in the vul-
nerability of the bank’s earn-
ings to interest rate changes.
The ALM profile analysed ear-

lier, and adjusted for floating —

rate assets/liabilities, gives a
measure of interest rate risk
faced by the bank.

A longer tenure asset profile,
funded by shorter tenure
deposits, poses inherent interest
rate risks to a bank. Similarly, a
floating rate lending portfolio
funded with a fixed rate deposit
base also introduces elements
of interest rate risk. An impact
assessment is carried out for
various interest rate levels to
assess this risk in a bank.

Since banks are closely inte-
grated with the payment sys-
tems in most countries, and any
unchecked bank failure can
result in severe domino effects,

bank ratings typically tend to ~

benefit from system support -
from central banks or govern-
ments - in the event of any dis-
tress.

However, this aspect needs
to be assessed on a case-to-case
basis, which will also include an
assessment of the ability of the
government and its willingness
to provide such support.

Other factors such as support

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNTITY
CUSTOMER CARE MANAGER

through deposit insurance
schemes or support from group
companies should also be fac-
tored in based on case facts.

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ESIDENT
H. E. Arlington Bulter, KMCMG 2, D.LC.
CE-PRESIDENT
Sir Durward Knowle 3, O.B.
Rev. A-Enoch Backford Il, B,Sc, BEd. ss
Harcourt M. Rolle

Roscow A.L, Davis, B.S.,M.B.A
‘Well a Miller

C.Vincent Wallace-Whitfield, LLB. rc
ASSISTANT TREAS

Lawrence
ASSISTANT SECRETARY. GENERAL
Livingstone Bostwick
= ! (242)322 - 1195
£-MAIL:nocbah@coralwave.com

19th ANNUAL OLYMPIC HEALTH DAY

5 MILE RACE

WHEELCHAIR AND HEALTH WALK

7:00a.m., Saturday 24th June, 2006

eT-shirts for all participants
¢ Trophies For all categories
¢ IOC Certificates all finishers

¢ Health Breakfast

Run Route: Starts Q.E. Sports
Center, Nassau Street, Bay Street,’
P.I.Bridge, Ends Native Crafts
Market On Paradise Island.

ENTRY FEE: School Children: FREE

CATEGORIES.

Male: Under 19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49,50+
Female: Under19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+

Children And Group Awards

Crafts Market

Adults:$10.00

WHEELCHAIR AND HEALTH WALK:
Starts Fort Montagu, West on Shirle Street
to Church Street, P.I. Bridge to the

Form

En
Olympic Day 5 Mile Race And‘Health Walk »

Drop off ENTRY FORM at the BOA Office, Building #10, 7th Terrace West of Collins Avenue,
P.O.Box Ss-6250, Tel: 322-1595, Fax: 322-1195, E-mail: nochah @coralwave, com

Name oe
Age: . Date of Birth:.

Event:

5 Mile Run

(First):

Wheelchair

———___— SEX: M F Affiliation:

Health Walk

Liability Waiver: In consideration of your accepting this entry, I, intending to be legally bound
hereby for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators waive and release any and all rights and claims
of damage I may have against the Bahamas Olympic Association and/ Or its successors and assigns for
all injuries or other Venn, sustained by me in this event. I agree to abide by the decisions of the

Signature Of Applicant °

organizers and medcal advisers.

Parent/Guardian if under 18 years age



CLEARING BANKS ASSOCIATION |

-. Vacancy for

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible to the project Manager and
clerical and Administrative support. The successful candidate will be

IndiGO Networks is a growing telecommunications company based in Nassau, Bahamas.
Successful candidates must be highly energized, and able to take on the challenges of a fast-

. paced network rollout. IndiGO Networks offers a comprehensive benefits package: Salary is
commensurate with experience and qualifications.

responsible for documenting meetings, organizing and coordinating meeting |
schedules, preparing all project communications and correspondence,
distributing project information and generally ensuring that all matters —
relating to the project are fully and project documented in a timely manner.
The candidate must possess excellent typing and record keeping skills and be -
proficient in the use of various software applications such as MS Word, MS |
PowerPoint and MS Excel, among others.

Job Description

The Customer Care Manager would be responsible for customer service throughout the
-organization. Duties include: overseeing the daily operations of the Call Centre (leading the
Customer Care Team with responsibility for hiring, appraising, and development of staff
members to perform their respective tasks); establishing specific procedures to achieve

organizational goals; developing and advancing customer service throughout the organization. fee Se He 2 3 2 ag as fe 2 Ea oa oA a a AC ak

Responsibilities Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required:
Establish appropriate Customer Care staffing levels to ensure service standards for
quality and responsiveness are met;

Prepare monthly schedules for Customer Care employees, including Call Centre staff;
Direct daily activities of the Call Centre staff, including movement of staff to critical
positions in response to customer needs;

Participation in recruitment, performance reviews, coaching and termination of
employment if necessary;

Establish operating structure and performance measures, set standards and guidelines
and implement policies and procedures in alignment with departmental goals and
objectives;

Create processes to efficiently monitor and complete tasks that will positively impact
customer responsiveness;

Develop, implement and maintain incentives for meeting targets to motivate, train and
retain employees;

Provide creative problem solving and guidance to maximize results and positive
outcomes;

Establish structure for monitoring calls for quality control;

Identify and analyze problem areas and make recommendations to solve problems
in order to enhance efficiency and services performed within the department;
Evaluate Call Centre software designed to aid efficiency, enhance and track
productivity within the Call Centre and make recommendations to management team;
Deal directly with customers to resolve outstanding or escalated problems;
Maintain confidentiality relative to customer accounts and organizational practices

¢ Associates Degree or Certified Professional Secretary Rating , or Certified .'
Administrative Professional Rating;

¢ Detailed knowledge of computers to complete correspondence (e.g.,.MS Word),

create and maintain forms, reports (e.g., MS Excel), presentation (e.g., MS

Power Point), and brochures and to respond to email as necessary;

* Basic business and accounting knowledge to prepare documentation and
statistical report;

¢ Excellent oral and written communication skills, including etiquette and
writing skills, to interact with associates and external persons, and to create
correspondence;

¢ Judgement requirement in treatment of information with confidentiality and
professionalism;

¢ Ability to operate a variety of office equipment, including computer, calculator,
printer, fax, machine, and photocopier

FE FE NCES ERAT TE,

Send Resumes to:

Qualifications
CBA - ACH Administrative Assistant Response

Bank of the Bahamas International
1st Floor, Claughton House
Shirley & Charlotte Streets

Nassau, Bahamas
E-mail responses may be sent to:
Samantha.Antonio@BankBahamas.com

Ability to multitask and work under pressure

Experience in Call Centre environment is preferred

2-3 years supervisory/managerial experience with strong organizational skills
Flexibility, as shift work is required

Reliability, punctuality and good interpersonal skills are essential
Accuracy, neatness and efficiency

Possess excellent oral and written communication skills

Computer literacy, with a strong warking knowledge of Excel essential

2 ER ee

Interested candidates should submit their resumes in writing by June 21, 2006 to:
Attn.: Human Resources Manager
indiGO Networks
P.O. Box N-3920
Nassau, Bahamas


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TESS imortette “Grbup s'managing
aifctor; Biské Loveless; added: “The
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’e'd to become a part of the Dev-
con tradition in the Caribbean, and
look forward to the growth potential

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Apart from acting as the holding
vehicle for Mr Symonette’s invest-
ments in Abaco Markets and
Bahamas Ferries, the Symonette
Group is also the financial backer for
Lucayan Tropical Produce, the agri-
culture producer located near Nas-
sau International Airport.

The company effectively acts as a
private equity fund/venture capital-
ist on behalf of Mr Symonette, the

BUSINESS

current Chamber of Commerce busi-
nessperson of the year, who has been
extremely active lately.

Mr Symonette is also an investor
in BSI Holdings, the group that won
the auction and US Bankruptcy Court
approval to acquire Winn-Dixie’s 78
per cent majority stake in Bahamas
Supermarkets for $54 million.

The Tribune can reveal, though,
that Mr Symonette’s son, Cameron

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 11B

and Mr Loveless were initially
involved with rival bidder BK Foods
in the race for Bahamas Supermar-
kets.

It is understood that BK Foods had
initiated discussions with Craig
Symonette about the possibility of
merging Bahamas Supermarkets with
Abaco Markets if their bid was suc-
cessful.

However,

no agreement was:




monette leads $12.2m buyout of Devcon division

reached, and Cameron and Mr Love?
less are understood to have backed
out once Mr Symonette and Abaco
Markets decided to go with Bal
Holdings.

Among the projects Devcon’s con-
struction division is currently
employed on are the investment
developments at Chub Cay in. the
Berry Islands, and the Four Seasons
Emerald Bay Resort in Exuma. *





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‘DOCTORS HOSPITAL HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED

Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows

| Doctors Hospital Health System Limited
| Interim report
Quarter ended April 30, 2006

Three months ended April 30, 2006 with comparative figures for the three months ended April 30, 2005
(Expressed in thousands of Bahamian dollars)
eens ats nner Sereno ncamemiadineebesooae —— -

: April 30, 2006 April 30, 2005 -



|

Chairman’s Report



Cash and cash equivalents provided by (used in):

















































Doctors Hospital Health System Limited
OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
j Dear Shareholder : Net income $ 841 2,130
| On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am pleased to present the financial results for the first Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash
quarter ending April 30, 2006. Our company continues to realize profitability; this is underpinned by provided by operating activities:
i strong phySician;and customer-support.. We earned ten cents per share this quarter, and the rest of the Depreciation and amortization 507 423
fiscalyyearcbntmues to/look very promising. __Provision for doubtful accounts 599 249
The sustained profitability of the last few years has provided a level of stability that has 1,947 2,802
enabled us to make significant investments for long-term growth. As these financial statements reflect,
' we continue to use free cash flows to purchase medical and information technology that will both Increase in accounts receivable (1,960) (1,754)
strengthen our core business and expand our capacity to serve patient needs into the future. Increase in inventories ’ (67) (39)
i We° ‘thatk’ you ‘for your continued loyalty to the Hospital, and extend an invitation for you to Decrease in other assets 182 11
§ join us at our contpan” s, , pny Gentral Meeting on June 2] at Doctors osha Collins Avenue. Decrease in accounts payable and other liabilities (262) (633)
uy) Cash and cash equivalents provided by (used in) operating activities (160) 387 |
#
i : INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
§ Joseph Krukowski Purchase of property, plant and equipment (1,231) (526).
- 9% Chairman ee eer iy : : Cash and cash equivalents used in investing activities (1,231) (526)
| May 30, 2006 Oe et i : : 5 cee as?
j LAER EE SRLE SES NAN EE STR ES a tee EE SA RS Ila LA Rie a ae A ; : FINANCING ACTIVITIES: ‘ :
4 : ARLE R Chea) “Repayment of long-term debt (602) (393)
j DOCTORS HOSPITAL: HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED : Cash and cash equivalents used in financing activities (602) (393)
i Consolidated, Balance Sheet. . ; Teh oe ; ; sats
‘ April 30, 2006 with comparative figitel at Janiry 31, 2006 Decrease in cash and cash equivalents # (1,993) (532)
i (Expressed in thousands of Bahamian dollars). she heed Sak eres: :
1 Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period 1,284 3,199
2 me senenerenine i . April: 30, 2006. . January.31, 2006.
; j Ete s “Cash and cash equivalents at end of period $ (709) 2,667
i Assets ST
\ Current assets: ’ :
d Cash and cash equivalents _$ ‘. pe 1,257 Cash and cash equivalents comprise cash at bank and in hand, short-term deposits with an original maturity of t
Accounts receivable—patients, net 957 1,069 three months or less and bank overdrafts. af
t Accounts receivable—third party payors, net 8,058 6,566 yl
Inventories 1,216: 1,150 : :
Other assets 316 509 yee 8 me
Assets classified as held for sale (note 2) 5,562 5,597 ; (Unaudited) _
16,109 16,148 |
1 Non-current assets: |
Goodwill, net 431 431 ee - ee
ere IMSS Sc: ccesermcneneeenrer ects stn prensa sini ot cited eure Rai cat eo Ne |. DOCTORS HOSPITAL HI STEM LIME. ED so oe
Tavestent PPT et tee sete rictieie ty aie ea: ODE ae Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity ag ee .
ow Property, plant.and equipment... 11,717 10,992
13,200 12,475
Total assets : $ 29,309 28,623 Three months ended April 30, 2006 oe
(Expressed in thousands of Bahamian dollars) i
Liabilities and Shareholders’ Bauity i
Current liabilities: : i aye __Number of shares Share capital Contributed surplus Deficit |
Bank indebtedness $ 124 : ¥ neat
Accounts payable and other liabilities 2,801 _ 3,071 Balance at January 31, 2006 9,971,634 $ 399 $ 12,358 Se" 000
Long-term debt, current portion 1,682 1,653 : ‘
Liabilities directly associated with assets faye sees aes i
classified as held for sale (note 2) 5,724 5,933 Netincome for the period : . = S 841
bie REET Ton 10,931 10,656 nN jean
5 Balance at April 30, 2006 9,971,634 $ 399 $ = 12,358 $ 2,933
Non-current liabilities" i oe
Long-term debt . 2,688 3,117. i ; j '
* Total liabilities 13,619 13,774 : qi : tf
vis (Unaudited), of

Shareholders’, equity: :.
Share capital:
’Authorized1,2;500,000 common shares at par value
; ;.., of B§0.04 each (January 31, 2006 — 12,500, 000 shares)
G Digsued! and fully ‘paid 9,971,634 shares

DOCTORS HOSPITAL HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED
Notes to Interim Consolidated Financial Statements

Three months ended April 30, 2006 “ ei]

@

399 399



) eh (January 31, 2006,- 9,971,634 shares) i
‘Contributed surplus 12,358 12,358 : : f
Retained earnings 2,933 2,092 i : ; i |
“15,690 14,849 i 1. Significant accounting policies
Total liabilities and shareholders’ equity. $ 29,309 28,623 : :
. These interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard



No. 34, Interim Financial Reporting, using the same aes policies applied in the January 31, 2006

(Unaudited)
audited consolidated financial statements.

2. Discontinuing operations



DOCTORS HOSPITAL HEALTH SYSTEM LIMITED

Consolidated § Statement of Income For the period ended April 30, 2006, total’ assets and liabilities of companies which have been discontinued

and for which there is a commitment for disposition are reported in the balance sheet as “held for sale.”
Operating results for these segments are reported in the statement of income “Discontinued operations.”

Three months ended April 30, 2006 with comparative figures for the three months ended April 30, 2005
These include Western Medical Plaza and Imaging Equipment Limited.

if by eae in. thousands of Bahamian dollars)



3. Net patient service revenue/medical supplies and services if





oe {Soe eee Cee CEC eR eee





Rae April 30, 2006 April 30, 2005
Net patient service revenue and medical supplies and services are recorded on a net basis. Physician fees | +
CONTINUING OF QRERATIONS earned in the emergency and imaging departments and sessional clinics aggregate to $0.995 million and have +
'
u Patient service revenue, net $ 8,609 8.900 been deducted from patient service revenue and medical supplies and services in the statement of income to |
i Other | 128 101 reflect only the portion earned by the Hospital. ;
~ Total tévenues (note 3) 8,737 9,001 j
g tyne f f
ha PET a ! j
i Expenses bof
i Salaries and benefits 3,545 3,215 : z 7
“| )Medicaljsupplies and seryices =. 1,364 1,457 '
i Other operating — 925 746 ee
b Provision for doubtful accounts 599 273 Ps re - f
ge . Depreciation, and amortization } 507 423 Pp bl h i | aT i
pte gf whee AS0'bey SAE TeMrye os taal : re t 8
: lites ! 287 221 LO Ces Lega OTICES §
é Government taxes and fees : rey 203 166 : ci \
. Repairs and maintenance a) 63 '
i Total expenses 7,620 6,564 : t
h 5 ; :
yt Income from continuing operations d B | wi t i
L eee a oe and Daiance e€ects
{ an | 3 6
} Interest expense J AE SET (88) (119) : e 4
i f
Incoitie from Sbddinutig spaaelond : 1,029 2,318 al ;
\ ’
4

Discontinued opevatlcnls #









t

7 Revenue ashe es 5
iy Expenses Chet OT 12): Cy i
4 Loss from discontinued operations (188) (188) ;
if d
| € iripune |
{ Net income for the period $ 841 2,130 i
a Py ‘
f Eamings per common share (expicciedli in Bahamian dollars): Call: 5 tH 4 ay Pa ro y4 §

Basic and fully diluted $ 0.08 0.21 ‘



(Unaudited)


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Notice of Sitting for New Providence Port Authority Board
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for the purpose of granting Licences under The Board Registration Act Chapter 7380 Gunn Stephen A
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Bad luck in bridge is something
you can’t control, but many losses
attributed to bad luck ‘are in reality
the fault of the player himself.

Take this case where South went
down one in four hearts. West led a
spade to East’s ace, ‘and East returned
the ten, covered by the king and
ruffed by West.

West shifted to a low club, and
declarer had no choice but to win and
cash the A-K of diamonds, on which
he discarded a club. When he then
ruffed a club and attempted to trump
a spade in dummy, West ruffed with

A Matter of Self-Preservation





the seven. West exited with a dia-
mond, and South found it impossible
to avoid losing either a spade to East
or another trump trick to West, so he
finished down one.

In a sense, South was unlucky. To .
begin with, his king of spades got
ruffed, and after that, he was also
unfortunate that West had been dealt
four trumps. If West had started with

. fewer trumps, South would have

made the contract easily.

Yet South’s defeat was of his own
making. He didn’t have to be a
genius to realize that West’s lead was

“Sa singleton and that the king of

spades would be ruffed when it was

played on the second trick. East was ©

sure to have a six-card suit for his

> three-spade bid.

All South had to do to make the
contract was to let East’s ten of
spades win the second trick! Nothing
could then have stopped him from
making four hearts. It would not
have mattered what East did next.

Suppose East led another spade.
South would play low again, giving
West the option of scoring a trump
trick: then or later, but that would
bave been the last trick for the
defense.

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the basis that he could not a .ord to”

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king was his 10th trick and should
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Aries, as you attract the attention of a
would-be special someone. Tum on
the charm that makes you irrisistible
and you’re bound to make a match.:
TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21
Travel plans will have to be post-
poned, Taurus. An unexpected turn of
events requires you to stay close to
home base for the time being. It
should blow over in a few days. .

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21
Maintaining a long-term friendship
is on your mind, Gemini. Don’t
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ship. Hurt feelings will mend.

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You have taken on a project that is a
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week, Libra: It could be that your
same old routine has gotten you
down. Change things up a bit-and
you are sure to boost your spirits. ©
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You have an admirer, Scorpio, and
as luck would have it, it’s that neigh-
bor who has been glancing in your
direction. Pursue the relationship
and enjoy your chemistry.

SAGITTARIUS — Nov 23/Dec 21
Your nervous energy could be put
to better use, Sagittarius. Why not
try a home-improvement
project or take up a hobby ‘that
puts idle fingers to work?

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20
Waking up on the wrong side of the
bed doesn’t give you free reign to ruin ¢
the days of others. To make it through {)
the week, plaster a smile on your face, »
even if it doesn’t reflect your mood. j.
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Lately you’ve been demenstrating a‘,
quick temper, Aquarius. You must,
keep it in check or those around you’
are bound to take offense, especially.
loved ones. Aen 8
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Rafael N adal
wins in
Wimbledon
warm-up

a TENNIS
LONDON
Associated Press__ Press

‘FRENCH Open cham-
pion-Rafael Nadal made a
smooth transition to grass
Wednesday, beating
Mardy Fish 7-6 (1), 6-1 in
his .debut in this Wimble-
don warmup at Queen’s
Club:

‘Three-time champion
Andy Roddick rallied for
a 2+6,,6-4, 6-3 second-
round victory over Cana-
dian qualifier Frank
Dancevic. It was Roddick-
’s first match since he quit
his first-round match at
the French Open because
of an injured left, ankle.

Nadal, coming off his
victory over Roger Feder-
er in the French final and
60th straight win on clay,
looked sharp in posting
only his fourth win in sev-
en career matches on
grass.

“This first victory is
very important,” the top-
seeded Spaniard said. “It’s
important for this tourna-
ment and for me, and it’s
important that I get confi-
dence for Wimbledon,
too.”

Nadal’s tennis obliga-
tions did not prevent him
from watching the first
half and part of the sec-
ond of Spain’s 4-0 win
over Ukraine in the World
Cup.

“It. was a perfect day for
us,” Nadal said. .

Also advancing to the
third round was second-
seeded Ivan Ljubicic, who
beat.Razvan Sabau of
Romania, 7-6 (6), 6-2.
Lleyton Hewitt, who won
three straight Queen’s
titles between 2000-02,
rallied to beat Spain’s Fer-,
nando Vicente 4-6, 6-4, 6-
2. na

Fourth-seeded Nikolay
Davydenko of Russia lost
2-6, 6-3, 6-1 to Wang Yeu-
tzuoo of Taiwan; seventh-
seeded Radek Stepanek of

the Czech Republic lost to _

Nicolas Mahut of France
beat 6-4, 4-6, 6-2; and
11th-seeded Sebastien
Grosjean of France was
beaten by Australian wild
card Mark Philippoussis 7-
6 (5);-4-6, 6-3.

In “other second-round
matches, seeded players to
advance included: No. 6
Fernando Gonzalez, No. 9
Robby Ginepri, No. 13
Gael-Monfils, No. 15
Dmitry Tursunov and
No. 16 Paradorn
Srichaphan. No. 10 .
Thomas Johansson lost in
the first round.

Nadal got stronger after
losing the opening game
at lové.

Thé-first break point of
the match came in-the sec-
ond game of the second
set, and Fish double-fault-
ed:to put Nadal up 2-0.
Nadal:hit a drop shot to
hold off a break point in
the next game and broke
for 5-1.

Nadal served out the
match in the next game,
saving a break point
before finishing with a ser-
vice winner. He pumped
his left fist, did a little hop
and flashed a broad smile.

Roddick, seeded third,
is trying to become the
first player to win four
straight titles at Queen’s.
He was on the defensive
from the opening set
because of Dancevic’s
powerful serves and con-
sistent returns. :

“T felt like I struggled a
little bit early,” Roddick
said. “I wasn’t totally
comfortable. As the match
went on, I played better
and better and better.”

Dancevic surrendered
just four points on serve in
the opening set but failed
to maintain the pressure
in the second. Roddick |
broke for a 2-1 lead and
went ‘on to win the set.

Roddick hit a forehand
winner to break for a 4-3
lead in the third set. He
closed the match on his
fourth attempt, breaking
again after Dancevic hit a
forehand wide.

“think the key to the
match was once I started
making first serve returns
and making him play
every time,” Roddick said.
“If he’s going to go for
broke like that, the more
chances I can give him to
bust, the better.”

4

W HERE are all the
big men?

That's the million dollar
question the Bahamas Bas-
ketball Federation is still try-
ing to find answers to after
sending an undersized team
to play in the XX Senior
Caribbean Basketball Cham-
pionships.

The men's 12-member
team, along with the ladies'
national team, left town on
Sunday for Kingston, Jamaica
on a chartered Bahamasair
flight, but only one player
standing taller than 6-foot-9
made the trip.

That's ashame, considering
the fact that there's a huge
selection of players standing
around 7-foot to choose from
who are either in the United
Statés or in Europe playing

on the professional and colle- .

giate level.

So why can't we lure those
players back home to-play,
considering the fact that this is
the first level of qualifying for
the 2008 Olympic Games in
Beijing, China?

With the exception of point
guard Quintin Hall, who made

it back from Germany to play,

and Judson Stubbs, who just
completed his collegiate

SPORTS



OPINION



tenure, all of the other players
were locally based or came
from Grand Bahama.

This was definitely one of
the weakest teams that: we
have sent off in quite some
time.

But the team showed a lot
of heart, narrowly losing a
close encounter against Cuba
in their tournament opener.

The team will have to win
its next two games in order to
advance to the medal round
and eventually secure a berth
into the Centro/Basket Tour-
nament, the next step up the
ladder.

Christopher 'Chicken' Turn-
quest and former collegiate
standout Leonardo Light-
bourne are the only two big
men, followed by Stubbs, that
coaches Charles 'Chuck'
Mackey and Norris Bain have
to rely on.

What happened to all of
those players who excelled
in college basketball this
year? |

Most of the pro players are
in Europe, but very little is
heard of their achievement.

Are they actively involved
in league play right now?

Couldn't we lure them
home to play? ;

Federation's vice president
Larry Wilson said they
exhausted every avenue try-
ing to get the players back
home.

But the majority of them
had other commitments that

didn't allow them to fit the

top basketball —
players needed here

STUBBS

tournament into their sched-
ule.

If this team selected is to
qualify for the next level,
would it be fair for the coach-
es or the federation to look at
bringing in those players to

- replace some members of the

,current team?

It's a hard question, depend-
ing on how you look at it.

But I would think that in
order to get to the prestigious
World Championships and
then the elite Olympic Games,
we have to do whatever is nec-
essary to put the best team out
there.

Reality

While it wouldn't fair to
those players who would have
carried the team on their back
when others with better skills
declined to do so, the reality is
as we advance higher and

higher up the ladder — the ©

adjustments have to be made.
There are just some players

. who would have participated
at this entry level that would
not be able to play at a much
higher level. So even though
there might be some. egos
crushed, we have to ensure
that we do all that is neces-



sary to continue advancing.

That brings us back to the «'
dilemma that we're faced with: ‘

now.

Maybe, the federation needs
to join forces with the Min-
istry of. Youth, Sports and
Housing and the Bahamas
Olympic Association to find
a way to provide the neces-
sary funding to assist with get-
ting the players home and pro-

viding them with a stipend

when they travel.

While we can talk all we

want about national pride,

that can only go so far when |»
the players still have to worry: |
about taking care of their fam- : ©

ily commitments when they:
return home.

Maybe it's time for the Min- |.

istry and the BOA to come:: |
up with a solution to providing: }
subventions for team sports: ;
as it's being done for athletes ©

in individual sports such as

‘track and field, Su iiming,

cycling and boxing.

We certainly won't get past
the qualifying rounds if we
don't carry the players who
are able to not just match up,

but hold their own against.»

their peers from the opposing:

teams.

We have to get our top:

players home.

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#@ TOURNAMENT BOUND: Some of the named players for the Grand Bahama 19 and
Under team that will compete in Anguilla and St. Martin later this month pose for a pho-
to following a workout at St. Paul's Field. The team, under the direction of Anthony
Fowler and Yvonne Lockhart, are busy preparing themselves and also raising funds for their
first international trip to the Pony Caribbean Girls Tournament. The public are invited to
their next event, a Fish Fry and All-Star competition, on Monday next at St. Paul's Park at
7.00pm. Pictured from left to right are, seated front row, Raquell Cooper; second row, Tara
Mackey, Bianca Ferguson, Orquia Saint, and Tara Evans; back row, Rochell Cooper and

Marva Williams.

(Photo by GRECHRIS)



@ TENNIS
HALLE, Germany
Associated Press

ry Weber Open.

because of rain.

1981.

Chiudinelli 7-6 (4), 6-0.

orously to adjust to grass.

volley.”

well on grass.”

round.

Federer wins,
moves within |
four matches
of Borg record.

_ ROGER FEDERER rebounded from his defeat in the
French Open final to win his 37th straight match on grass,
moving within four of Bjorn Borg’s record.

The top-ranked Federer defeated Indian qualifier Rohan“.
Bopanna 7-6 (4), 6-2 Wednesday in the first round of the Ger- ‘

Asked about Borg’s record, Federer said: “Streaks are not °
important to me. Winning titles is.”

Federer — the Halle and Wimbledon, champion the past
three years — traded groundstrokes and big serves with the
270th-ranked Bopanna ina match played under a closed roof | |

“My expectations were not very high coming from the final,”
said Federer, referring to his four-set loss to Rafael Nadal at :
Roland Garros on Sunday. “Then three days later, being | |

' Also Wednesday, Germany’s Florian Meyer upset third-
seeded Jarkko Nieminen of Finland 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; and eighth-
seeded Kristof Vliegen of Belgium beat Swiss qualifier Marco

Since Sunday, Federer has been in the gym and practised rig-

. “T have to get used to quick points, sliding instead of kicking
my serve, and taking smaller steps,” he said. “It’s fortunate that
I have the game to either play from the baseline or serve and

Serving at 3-3 in the first-set tiebreaker, Federer reacted to

Bopanna’s forehand approach shot with a winner that brought
. the sellout crowd toits feet.

“I had to make him hit second serves, and at 4-4 in the tie-_
break he double-faulted,” Federer said.

Bopanna, who double-faulted 10 times in the match, saved
nine of 11 breakpoints — but the two he lost were in the second
set as the Swiss star closed it out in 1 hour, 11 minutes.

“In the second set, I started to return better,” Federer said.
“Tf I wanted to make a return, I could. Usually, I return very

Federer will play Richard Gasquet of France in the second,
“Matches against players like Gasquet can always be diffi-

cult,” Federer said. “I have to be realistic — this is going to be
a mental rather than physical tournament.”

BSC gets ready for 2006 volleyball classic _

AFTER a delay in getting started last
month, the Baptist Sports Council i is all
geared up to get its 2006 volleyball clas-
sic underway on Saturday at the DW
Davis Gymnasium.

Named in honour of the newly
appointed Bahamas National Baptist
Missionary and Educational Conven-
tion's National Youth Director, the Min-
ister Dereck Munroe Volleyball Classic
will showcase teams in a competitive,
short but sweet season through the end
of July, according to BSC director Brent
Stubbs.

"We want to first of all apologise for
the delay in getting started.

“But we had some knits that
we had to sort out," Stubbs
remarked.’

"With those problems now behind us,

we are delighted to.announce the com-
mencement of the league.

"And with Minister Dereck Munroe
coming on board as our newly appointed
National Youth Director, we thought it
would be a fitting tribute to one of our
outstanding player/coaches of our league.
Minister Munroe has done a tremen-
dous job with the New Bethlehem Bap-
tist teams over the years."

Vital

Minister Munroe replaces Evangelist
Clinton Minnis, who is, expected to be
honoured by the BSC when the annual
track and field classic is held in July or
August. Minnis, according to Stubbs, has
played a vital role in the success of the
BSC, during his tenure in office and as

"

such deserves the accolades.

The recognition for both Manibe and
Minnis follows on the heel of the tribute
that was paid to the Rev. Harrison
Thompson, who was honoured during
the basketball season for his contribution
to the BSC as the former Permanent
Secretary of the Ministry of Youth, Sport
and Culture.

With the season being indoors from
the Charles W. Saunders High School's
playing field, Jean Street, Stubbs said
they are anticipating even greater per-
formances from the teams participating
this year.

Entered so far in the men's division
are defending champions Golden Gates,
runners up Macedonia, Emmanual, Zion
Baptist East/Shirley Street and New
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Macedonia.

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And in the 15-and-under division!

defending chamnions New Bethlehem, «

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and St. Paul's Baptist Fox Hill are |.

‘entered.

All teams ered and any team wish-
ing to join are urged to be at the DW
Davis Gym on Saturday at 10am when
the drawing will be done to determine

. who will play who in the season opener.

exhausted emotionally and tired physically, and playing ona _| '
completely different surface. As long as I win, it’s good.”

If Federer wins the Halle tournament, he will equal the
record of 41 straight grass-court wins set by Borg from 1976 to ; |
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of the most eagerly anticipat- ing to compete in the 200m. The men’s 400m hurdles
ed events on Saturday's sched- instead. event will also be, a hot one
ile, iietes iry toeapturea |) With Brown out of the race — with collegian Douglas Lynes-
qu espoton the Senior the ‘catch me man’ will be — Bell,-Ednol Rolle and Carlyle

: American and = Moncur, who has secured the Thompson taking part.

bbean (CAC) games — fastest time heading into the So far Lynes-Bell has

roa competition. clocked a time of 50.58 sec*

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ihan six Olympians compet-.— with a time of 45.45 seconds. — of 52.81 seconds and Thomp-
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\ Moncur, Nathaniel of 46.05 seconds is Bain The weekend competition
M ey, Dennis Darling, then Darling with 46.12 sec- will also serve as a qualifying
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Also joining the chase will with a time of 46:79 seconds, — place in Santo Domingo, July
be: John Ingraham, Ramon while Ingraham and McKin- — 7th-9th.

Andretti Bain. Ina ney have posted 46.83 seconds The CAC competition will
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Falcons take title
in Atlantis clash

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sporis Reporter



A CLASH between two of the most dominant players in the Atlantis
Interdepartmental Basketball League, resulted in a tightly contested
championship game that was not decided until the game’s final minutes.

Salathial Dean and The Marina. Village Falcons were able to pull
away from Ernest Saunders and the Surveillance Eagles midway
through the fourth quarter to capture the coveted title with'a'97-85 vic-
tory. : 1 5

The Falcons’ ability to alter their game play was crucial to their
success and made life miserable for the Eagles on the defensive end of
the floor.

Led by the nearly unstoppable scoring ability of Dean, the floor lead-
ership of Kirk Neely, and a much deeper bench, the Falcons were
able to develop an outside/inside combination that the smaller Eagles
could not defend consistently for four quarters.

Both teams opened.the game defensively in three-two zones, how-
ever the Falcons got out to an early lead due to Dean’s sharpshooting
from beyond the arch.

They also dominated both the offensive and defensive glasses, with ,
a frontcourt that towered over tae Eagles.

What they lacked in size, the Eagles, made up for with intensity
and hustle plays that kept them in the game.

Saunders placed the fate of the Eagles offence squarely on his

Ho uivors scoring }Lotthe team’s 17 first quarter points.

ilowever, with Sauinders taking a much needed breather midway
through the second quarter, the Falcons opened up a 14 point lead while
the Eagles looked disheveled on both ends of the floor.

Saunders would again propel his team offensively as he re-entered
the game, and alongside Horatio Poitier and Reggie Smith, sparked a
run that quieted the heavily pro-Falcons crowd and brought the Eagles
within |. eis

The Faleons would respond in a major way, reinserting the starting 2 Loo
lincup and ending the quarter on a 9-0 run to open up a:46-34 lead at A ; :
halftime. ae Bea «ie

‘The scrappy Eagles would not go quietly, as they fought their way ‘
back into the game with a tenacious Gie.twoltne full court press that lt ba,
harassed the Falcons guards for much of the third quarter.

Poitier carried the load for the Eagles offensively in the quarter, but
the Falcons balanced scoring attack kept the lead just out reach.

A brief power outage halted both the game and the Eagles momen-
Cum.

When play resumed, the Falcons returned to the dominant play on
both ends of the floor that got them the game’s early lead.

Fast break points in the fourth quarter propelled the Falcons to.a
double digit lead with just under three minutes left in the game, but this
time the Eagles could not answer with another run as the “Dirty
Birds” captured another Interdepartmental championship.

Preceding the championship game, the Managers of the Ocean Club
and Atlantis squared off in the “Manager’s Game.”
nce Miller (left) goes up for a lay-up against Despite not having the thrill or high skill level of the Championship
icanes team as the managers go head-to-head game, it was indeed a crowd favouriteas the Atlantis Managers blew
out the Ocean Club Managers 60-37.





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He is survived by his wife, Edna Deal Greene;
one son, Patrick; seven grand children, Patrick,

Jasmine, Patrick Ill, Monique, Nadia, Deserie, Patrice,
Christpinque, Jeffry; two sisters, Rowena Greene,
Mary Cleare; nieces and nephews, Edward, Thodore,
Paul, Maria, Marcel, Pat, Donna, Barbara, Gordett,
Dominique, Marge Sandry and Mason Duncanson;
great grand nieces and nephews, Claude, Adrian,
Owen, Mario, Marcian, Mark, Paul, Evan; In laws,
grand daughters-in-law, Agatha Greene, Marolyn,
Cheryl, Shelia, Sylvia, Patrice Dawn and Shandelle,
Jenessa, Rena, Patsy White, Maury, Rene, Rena,
Carolyn. Yvette, Loran, Oral, Edwin, Derek, Howard
and Gary Robert, David, Johnny, Rudy, James, Paul,

Q.B. Rabmond, Kirkland, Jeffery Deal, Merina, Ann,

Whelma, Lassy, Maltina, Norma, Judy, Hope,

Maltina, Norma and. Spurgen Smith; numerous -
relatives and friends. —



Relatives and friends may pay their last respects
at the P.L.P headquarters Farrington road on Friday
from 10:00am to 6: 00pm, At the Church on paLiaey
from 9:00am to service time.



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Thank You

from the family of the late
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In Memory of . Card of Thanks for
eatrice Burrows

; Hendrick Shane Barton

1973-2005

Greatly miss by Parents: Charles and Marlene Barton
Sisters: Aniska, Charlene, and Richae Barton, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and a
host of other relatives and friends.



May His Soul Rest In Peace



Card of Thanks for the Late Hendrick Shane Barton

“Precious Memories how they linger
We thank the Lord for 31 years wonderful years of your life.”

Thank you for your prayers, flowers, cards, donations to the Holy Family For all the Players; Pp hone calls, Vistts
building Fund. Special thanks to: Archbishop Patrick Pinder, Holy Family extended to us during are time of

Pastoral Team, Holy Family faith community, Monsignor Culmer, Monsi- bereavement Special thanks to Fr

gnor Roberts, Fr. Kendrick Forbes, Fr. Elvardo Turnquest, Deacon

Gregory Taylor, Aquinas College Class of 1992, Bahamas Hotel Training Cooper, Deacon Andrew Burrows,
College Diploma #19 The Management and staff of Radisson Hotel, Monsignor Culmer Monsignor Roberts
) )

Especially the Catering and Convention Dept. Demeritte Funeral Home,

PICCU Credit Union,Union, Bridal Association, Dr. Judson Eneas, the entire Holy Family community,

Shee na Antonio Collie, Dr. Patrick Cargill, Mr. Desmond Banniste :
Frank Watson, Betty Fox and control staff of Majestic Tours, TEC # Step hanie Sargent and staff of Female

Bahamas Home Builders Show. And many others to numerous to Inet Medical I Princess Margaret Hospital.

tion. It was a rough year without you but with God's help we made it
thus far.


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His Legacy —
In celebration of the life of the wind beneath our wings, Our Daddy
Enoch Emmanuel Cunningham, JP, MO.. This Father’s Day, he
does not sit at the head of our dinnnig table, but instead, he sits with
the Father of Fathers at rest in the Lord. There is a legacy left behind
and hundreds of wonderful memories for us to cherish. Daddy’ s
spirit seems ever So Diesen with us. :

When we kneel in prayer, we hear his voice saying “Seek ye first

the Kingdom of God”. When we sit in our weekly Sunday family
gatherings, we hear him saying “ Family is important, stick together’.
When we have to discipline our children, we hear him saying “Train
~ up-a child in the way he should go”.

_ When we have to make a business/financial decision we hear him
saying “In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy
paths. Plan for your future, and it would be good to grow old.”

It is an honour and a privilege to call Enoch Emmanuel Cunningham,
Daddy, for he exemplified the word Father, just like God designed
a Father to be. His legacy lives on in our hearts and in our lives.

Mark (Andy), Deanna & Dwight

Our Thanks

His wife Brenda, the children and all of the family of the Late Enoch
- Emmanuel Cunningham extend thanks to the many, many, many
persons who ministered to them during their time of sorrow. You
have touched our lives through your act of kindness, expressions
of sympathy, your prayers, telephone calls, visits, floral arrangements,
food and other expressions of love.

Special thanks are extended to Bishops Elgarnet B. Rahming,
Rudolph V. Bowe, Nathaniel Beneby, Ghaly Swann, Pastors Dale
Moss, Terrence Forbes, Stephen Greene, Reverends J. Carl Rahming,

Michael Symonette, John Roker, Carrington Pinder, the Tabernacle |

Concert Choir, the Bahama Brass Band, the Colina Imperial Family,

East Street Men’s Fellowship Choir, the members of the Churches .

‘of God of Prophecy, Shirley Street, Englerstton and Elizabeth
Estates, the staff of ICU at Doctors Hospital, Doctors Conville
Brown, Francis and Dwayne Sands, Mr. T.J. Ford, Mr Tappy Davis,

Montague Swim Club, the Management and Staff of Bahamas | |
Business Solutions, East Sunrise Mortuary, Ridgeway neighbours |}

and friends, the Bible Society.



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KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED
22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

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MRS. JUNE M. DISSTON.

A resident of The Bahamas since 1949, who died
peacefully at her home in Lyford Cay, New
Providence, The Bahamas, will be held at St.
Christopher's Church, Lyford Cay on Saturday,

June 17, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Archdeacon Keith Cartwright will officiate.






















Mrs. Disston was pre-deceased by her husband,
Jacob S. Disston III and her only sister, Paddy.
Williams and is survived by her son, Jacob S.
Disston IV; her daughters, Sarah Disston, Beth
Morton and Carla Clark; grandchildren, Natalie
and Grace Disston and Christine and Gregory
Morton; daughter-in-law, Margaret Disston; son-
in-law, Linwood Clarke; brother-in-law, Derek
Williams and family, including David, Philip, Jane,
Fiona and Sally and their families, and many dear
friends.



Instead ae flowers, donations may be made to
The Lyford Cay Foundation, P. O. Box N-7776, in
memory of Mrs. June M. Disston.

Arrangements by Kemp's Funeral Home Limited,
22 Palmdale Avenue, Nassau, The Bahamas.


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Full Military Funeral
Service for

Principal Officer _

Van Jerome Johnson, 56,























Clarence Knowles,




Road.


























Knowles, Hudley Hanna, Roosevelt Arnett, Tanya Minus, Vicente’ Roberts and

Cedar Crest Funeral Home

Robinson Road and First Street ¢ P.O.Box N-603 « Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328- -1944/393- 1352

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



Cherished memory are held by his wife, Kathleen; sons, Orree, Jason and :
Owen; grandchildren, Jerome’, Orenique, Janell and Orielle; daughters-in-law, |
Hope and Shereene; mother, Pearl; brothers, Hartman, George Jr. of Savannah,
Georgia, Byron, Michael of Freeport, Deckrey and Pastor Gregory Johnson of |
Governors Harbour, Eleuthera; sisters, Deborah Miller, Joan Evans, Mary Bowe

. and Constance Moss; parents-in-law, Samuel and Luecinda Knowles; brothers- :
in-law, Samuel Jr., Philip and Livingston Knowles, Rueben "Bob" Miller, Leslie :
Hanna, Christopher "Salty" Evans, Neville Moss, Ray Strachan, Joseph Eley, :
Neil Morris, Carlos Dievieull, Barry Nairn, Darren Davis; sisters-in-law, Dianne ;
Eley of Orlando Fla; Lucille Strachan, Marion Morris, Albertha Nairn, Beatrice :
Dievieull and Paulamae Davis of Freeport Grand Bahamas, Valerie Knowles, :
Gloria, Dorothy, Keva, Marlene and Christine Johnson; uncle, Charles Gibson }
of The Bluff, Eleuthera; aunts, Irma Johnson, Sylvia Saunders, Maria Gibson ::
and Margaurite Dahl; aunts-in-law, Olean Dorsette, Adline and Isabella Burrows, :
Ceceila Samuels and Cynthia Adderley; numerous nephews and nieces, Irene, :
Rochelle, Tiffany, Geneice, Dereth, Karl, Barry, Kenya, Micah, Michael Jr., :
Kendon, Alan, Gerrard, Megan, Francesca, Reuben, George II] and Deckrey Jr
Johnson, Dwight and Tessa Miller, Gareth and Bradford Hanna, Lawan, Krystal :
and Tariug Evans, Torry and Ryan Moss, Sophia Colebrooke, Frederick, Leslie, :
Kevin, Tyrone, Portia and Sonia Bowe, Winston Gaitor, Kejanna Lisa and Nehru :
Newton, Fred Smith, Manera Oliver, Ntieado, Sam- G, Katrice, Sam-Don, :
JueRissa, Theodore, Gregory, Tamara, Deandrea and Tabatha Knowles, Ray and ;
Garrette Strachan, Shellane Major, Neil Morris jr, Bianca and Antonio Dievieull, :
Shakara, Shazard and Shavannya Bell, Beria Nairn, a host of other nephews, :
nieces, grand nephews and nieces to numerous to mention; numerous godchildren
and host of other relatives and friends, Sheryl Fountain, Dorothy Gilbert, Dr. !
Ricky and Kim Davis and Family, Vantina Russell, Leonard Perpall, Randell :



‘ Jr, Samantha and Barrington Rolle, Jr., Vernon and Albanese Burrows, Eleanor
family, The Burrows, Pinders, Bain, Butler, Gibson, Strachan, Spence, Bullards, :
Henfield, Dahl, Regis, Thompson, McDonald; Dorsette, Gilbert, Fountain, Major, :
McPhee, Hanna, Miller, Evans, Innis, Stubbs, Knowles, Davis, Nairn, Taylor and :
families, staff of Her Majesty Prison, staff of Harbourside, Paradise Island, Bishop :
Delton Fernander and family, Rev. Clarence Knowles, Rev. Tyrone Knowles, :
Rev. Trajean Jadorette, New Destiny Baptist Cathedral family, Rev. Dr. John }
Rolle, Mt. Nebo Baptist Church family, Min. McIntosh, Mr. Lionel Lotmore, Mr. :
Leon Taylor, Mrs. Willamae Wells, The Communities of Bel-Air, Baldwin Avenue, '

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Myrton Ave, Eastwood, Staff of Pineapple Air, Staff of Major's Air, BahamaHost
No.521, staff of Pan American Health Organization, Staff of Ministry of Health
and the Staff of Adolescent Health.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home,
Robinson Road and First Street on Friday from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m., and at the
church on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until service time.





a resident of Eastwood Estate, will be :
held 10:00a.m., Saturday, 17th June, }
2006 at New Destiny Baptist Church, !
Baillou Hill Road, south of Wulff Road. !
Officiating will be Bishop Delton :
i Fernander, Rev. Leonard Clarke, Rev. !
Rev. Tyrone }
4 Knowles, Rev. Trajean Jadorette and :
Rev. Dr. John Rolle. Interment will be :
made in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier :

Aneka Lacarva Kemp, 24 |

a resident of Elizabeth Estate, will be held
12:00noon, Sunday, 18th June, 2006 at
New Providence Seventh-day Adventist
| Church, Soldier Road. Officiating will be
| Pastor Ricardo Bain and Elder Audley
__| Rahming. Interment will be made in
| Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Cherished memory are held by his mother,
Kevamae Kemp; three brothers, Police
Recruit 3042 Ovando Kemp, Lorenzo
Darling and Darren Morris; two sisters, §
Ferrice Kemp and Army Lieutenant
Natasha Morris of Montgomery, Alabama;
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leviticus
Kemp of High Rock Grand Bahama;
grandmother, Irena Flowers; ten uncles, Chadwick Kemp, Cp11662 William
Minnis, Cpl. 2161 Hugh Minnis, Herbert Barr, Sr. Boston Cooper, George Morris,
Daniel Roker, Thaddeus Brown, Joseph Butler and Elvis Rolle; twelve aunts,
Donna Dean of Fort Pierce, Fla., Valerie Barr, Andreanette Gaitor, Shirley Kemp,
Inez and Stacy Minnis, Nurse Joycelyn Rolle, Evamae Roker, Lindsay Brown,
Nathaiee Butler, Sabrina and Cynthia Morris; two nieces, Daranell Morris and
Jayden Thompson; one sister-in-law, Claudell Morris; one grandaunt, Carmie
Nesbitt; six granduncles, Othman and Carwell Higgs of Rochester, New York,
Leroy Higgs, Johnson Bay, South Andros, Wilfred Kemp, Elijah Nesbitt and
Arnold Burrows; cousins, Doris and Sequestor Hooper of Fort Pierce, Fla.,
Roseanna and Ricardo Christie, Raquel and Kevin Edgecombe, Herbert, Jr.,
Valerie Barr, PC 48 Lavardo Kemp, Tomico, Terry, Valeria, Chadwick, Jr., Ervin
and Dyian Kemp; Shanique, Daniel, Pedrika, Pedra, Kareem, William Jr., Jacobee,
Azaria. Hugh, Jt., Taneisha and Sonae Minnis, WPC 56 Lakeisha, Laketra and
Elumique Rolle, Latoya, Timothy and Timoya Cooper, Lashanda, Georgette and
Antonio Morris, lakeya Dean, Austin and Clifton Pinder, James Carey, Theresa
Rolle, Ricardo Laroda, Pamela Bethel, Catherine Joseph, Yashica King, Junno
Russell, Sonia Brown, Tanya and J oselyn Strachan, Glen and Ronald Woodside,
Thaddeus and Senica Brown, Juan Cartwright, Carltonique Laroda, Clifton Pinder,

and Roy Smith, Drs. Leon and Alvira Higgs, Audley and Marjorie Rahming, Carl
and Eleanor Higgs, Joyce Roberts, Harrison and Jennie Wilson, Cpl. 69 Virgil
and Brenda McPhee, Enamae and Gary Pinder and family, WRC Idamae and
Byron Russell, Sgt. 1601 Alfred and Cheryl Kemp, Bernice Wilson and a host
of other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home,
Robinson Road and First Street on ey from 12 noon n to 6:00 P.m., and at

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P.O. Box GT-2679 * Nassau, Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

DELORES MARIA FRAZIER,
40

of Hospital Lane, will be held on Saturday
June 17, 2006 at 11:00am at Oasis of
Love Ministries Faith Avenue. Officiating
will be Bishop Chester Rolle assisted by
Rev. Oswald Gardiner. Interment will follow
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Her memory will always linger in the
earts of, father, Alfred Fraizer; adopted
mother, Albertha Mason; children, Tonya
Knowles and Alissa Frazier; son-in-law,
Walter Knowles; grandchildren, Walton Knowles and Tonneisha; sister, _
Lolita Simmons, Deborah McQueen, Fredrica Lockhart, Latesha Clarke’
and Pamela Mason; brothers, Mario Adderley, Ricardo Mason, Perry.
Mason, James Mason, Andrew Mason and Nemone Mason; step-sister,
Dorcas Williams; step-brothers, Daniel and Andre Williams; sister-in-
law, Paulette Mason; brothers-in-law, Kevin Lockhart, Kirkwood Clarke
and Seron McQueen; aunt, Princess Cooper; uncle, Walter Davis of -
Fort Pierce Florida and Daniel Mason; nieces, Kimberly and Patrice
Simmons, Keva Lockhart, Desironte McQueen, Georgette Watkins,
Vashti Clarke, Andrea, Andriniqua, Andesa, Paris, Lorraine, Amanda,
Monica, Jameka, Levinia, Rickell and Richelle Mason; nephews, Delano
a Frazier, Sean Wilson, Cortez and Derell Hanna, Kirkwood Clarke Jr,
Shequille Ramsey, Ricardo Jr., Gerard and Andrew Mason Jr; grand
aunt, Maria Maycock; a host of other relatives and friends including,
Joseph Adderley and family, Calvin Mason and family, Ora Woodside °
and family, Oris Lockhart, Rev. Oswald and Myrtle Gardiner and family,
Rev. Anthony and Cheryl Carroll and the Antioch Native Baptist family,
Bishop Chester and Letty Rolle and the Oasis of Love Ministries, Pastor
Frankie Scott and The Bahamas Holy Bible Mission church family,
Vernita Davis and family, Arinita Hinsey and family, Camille Rolle and
family, the Holbert and Taylor family, the Lockhart and Curling family,
Pandora Joseph family, Portia Rahming and family, Florence Greenslade
and family, the Wilkinson and Allen family, the Perpall family, Christine
Lightbourne and family, Mrs. Beryl Bastian and family, Pandora Forbes
and family, Delthene Carey and family, Jeffrey, Shanelle and Cheryl,
Elsie Sears and family, Julia Adderley and family, Eleanor Whylly and
family, Kendal Darling and family, Lawrence Lightbourne and family, Ira
Grant and family, Jestina Gilbert, Laverne Smith, Thalia Joseph, the
staff of Nassau Flight Services, the staff of Cavalier Construction
Company and Bobcat Bahamas, Female Medical II and the Dialysis
unit of PM.H , C.H. Reeves junior high school and a host of other
relatives and friends.
The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer chapel at Ferguson's
Funeral Directors, 7th Terrance Collins avenue on Friday from 10am to
Spm and on Saturday at the. church from taro until service time.




























































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Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

WENDAL "RED"
ROLLE, 68

| of Manhattan, New York, formerly
1 of Nassau, Bahamas died June 8,

Wendal is survived by his wife

Ethelyn Russell-Rolle; his mother,

Maud Rolle; six children, Leslie

Rolle of New Jersey, Stephen Rolle,

9 Jacqueline Gibson, Judith Dixon

and Jeanette Rolle all of Maryland

and Joan Rolle-Wright of Florida; one daughter-in-law, Marasol
Rolle; three sons-in-law, Robert Gibson, Duane Dixon and Lawrence
Wright; 19 grandchildren, Keara, Terrence and Tiffany Rolle,
Domenique and Justin Gibson, Andre D'Angela and Juwan Dixon,
Naeemah Rolle, Andre Newton. Wayne, Cardinal, Noelle, Dinielle,
Isiah, Savion and Emmanuel Wright; two brothers, Joseph and
Burgess Winder; two sisters, Edwina Burrows and Althea Rodgers;
mother-in-law, Inez Russell; seven brothers-in-law, Harold Rodgers,
Bruce, Ormond and Garry Russell, Anthony "Boozie" Rolle, Carl
Brice and Keith Robinson; five sisters-in-law, Evelyn Winder,
Pauline Winder, Elva Rolle, Angela Russell and Patrenda Brice ;
three aunts, Muriel Lightbourne, Jeannie Winder and Ellajane
Adderley (Aunt Tempy), two aunts-in-law, Natalie and Doris Smith
and two uncles-in-law, Bill Lightbourne and Rev. Ralph Russell;
nieces, Jennifer, Juanita, Cheryl and Earla Rolle; Priscilla Wilson,
Deniece McPhee, Lisa Thompson, Michelle Liu, Marsha Winder,
Veronique Lightbourne, Tracee Lightbourne, Gemma Rolle, Brittany,
Francine, Krysta Savannah, Nancy and Elaine Russell, DeShannon
and Destanee Brice; nephews, Earlyn Rolle Jr., Terrance Winder,
Andrew Rolle Dionne, Neil and Paul Winder, Quentine, Eddie,
Leslie and Corey Burrows, Shane, Bryant, Pierre, Bruce Jr., Ray
and Ellsworth Russell, Oran McPhee and Corey Lightbourne,

A host of other relatives and friends including Sandra Coleman,
Norma Elliott, Patricia and Christopher Horseford, Mable and Lee
Moultrie, Alfred Elliott and family, Joyce Drakes and family, Renold
and George Lightbourne, Florence Rolle and family, Wealthy Gomez
and family, Osbourne Sawyer and family, Eddie Archer and family,
Eneas Theophilus and family, Arlington Butler and family, Andrew
Conliffe and family, Nelson Brennen and family, Brownell and
Elliott Bowe, Coral Sawyer, Ramon Newton, Bill Moss of New
York, The Wilkinsons and Fergusons (Burial Ground Corner family),
Dr. John Cappola and staff of St. Vincent's Hospital, Wendal's
Buddies at Same Ole Place, Chicos, The Cotton Tree Club and
Major's Inn.

Funeral service will be announced at a later date.


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Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens,
J.F.K. Drive.



Left to cherish her memory is her children, Geneva Cash,
Margaret Fernander and Basil Cash; adopted children,
Joseph Rolle, Ednol Cash, Ismae Newbold, Linda Cash,
Doron Cash, McKennon Fernander, Kingcade Fernander
and Vivan Johnon; one (1) sister, Thelma Neilly of Lower
Bogue, Eleuthera; one (1) brother, Oswald Frazier:
grandchildren, Annamae' Forbes, Donie Cash, Elouise and
Ricardo Fernander, Fran Brice, Elene, Palma and Tony








Lakera Cash, Lavana and Isiah Ferguson, Mark and Mary
Toote, Chanerdo Woodside, Monclisa, Tamara and J oseph
Forbes; great greatgrandchildren, Romonica Demeritte,
Lavonte Ferguson, Chanelle and Stephen Thompson,







Donardo and Devon Cash; two (2) daughters-in-law,










of #8 Rowena Drive Claridge
Road and formerly of Lower |
Bogue, Eleuthera will be held |

Ebenezer Methodist Church, —
East Shirley Street. Pastor
Loyley Martin will officiate. |








relatives and friends.

Llewelyn Cash, _

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
_ Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m.
- to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 11:30 a.m.
- until service time.

MEMORIAL SERVICE
for _

Geneva Jane :
Johnson-Dean, 83

of #17 Theodora Lane and
formerly of East Street, South will
1 be held on Friday 6:00 p.m. at
| Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom
Hall, Theodora Lane, off Tonique
Williams-Darling Highway

Ferguson; great-grandchildren, Lachell, Megan, and Kiara _
Fernander; Azarus Brice and Barry Brice Jr., Latario Smith, |
_ Manninen and Risa Petty; five (5) sons, Allison, Maxwell,
_ Kenric and Michael Dean and Wellington Gibson; three
, (3) sisters, Olga Smith, Inez Gillings and Fredericka

_ Ferguson; daughters-in-law, Betty-Jane, Helen, Yvonne
Taranique Brown, Justin, Shantania and Alicia Forbes, _ and Renee Dean and Deborah Gibson; one (1) brother,
_ Joseph Johnson Jr.; grandchildren, Shelly Coston, Rory

Katherine and Emberald Cash; two (2) sisters-in-law, Olga _and Andrew Dean, Kristov Dean, Dearda Rahming,
Frazier and Francina Albury; cousins, Caroline Neilly and | Shaneeka Thomas, Lamar, Ryan and Tamal Dean, Kari
family, Floria, Grace and Dwan Fernander; Elsie Hunter | Manninen and he Manninen: Ritchie: three (3) preat.
ac fae pe aS a se : a eee a | grandchildren, Jada and Danielle Rakming and Dhane
amily, Maria Carey and family, Ruth Cash and family, — : : eee
Rosmand Flower and family, Violet Kelly and family, and © Coston; one ( 1) aunt, Megan Taylor; numerous nieces and

Millie Smith and family; numerous nieces and nephews: @°P hews and a host of other relatives and friends.
Issie, Corren and Floria Frazier, Annamae Davis, Iva |
Williams, Verniesha Gaitor, Susan Darville, Joy, Bertha, |
Jessie, David, Calvin, Jothan, Remon, Londly, Rudolph,
and Challey and Alpheaus Neilly; and a host of other

Left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Yvonne

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.



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ee

















28
&
Santura
Adderley, 19

Officiating will be.









Public Cemetery.










Patrice Pratt, Olive and Charlotte Smith, Agnes Taylor, Edith and

and other relatives and friends including, Apostle Leon Wallace and :
_ The Voice of Deliverance Church family, Gaynor Gibson,.Lashanta |
Taylor, Tracey Pratt, Crystal Rahming, Deandra Roker, Thelma :
_ Gibson, Ezekiel, Idella's, Stephen and Helen Pratt. :











Bridgetta Adderley,

of Burnt Ground :
Long Island will be :
held on Saturday June :
17th, 2006 at Church :
of God of Prophecy, -:
Burnt Gorund Long :
Island at 10:00 a.m. :



Apostle Leon Wallace, :
assisted by Pastor Garnet :
Rolle and other ministers :
of the gospel. Interment will :
. follow in Ghinton's Long Island :

Left to cherish fond memory are their |
parents, Andrew and Maxine Adderley; Bridgetta's 2 daughters, :
Bendisha and Benzontae; 2-brothers, Falcolm and Omega Adderley; :
grandfather, Maxwell Adderley; grandmothers, Christina and Irene :
Adderley; 8uncles, Malcolm, Abram, Hemrock, Antorn, Romeo and :
Sidney Adderley, William Taylor and Jerry Knowles; 9 aunts, Cora, :
Tanya, Ivy, Darnell and Mavis Adderley, Mavis Knowles, Edna :
Queen, Helen Taylor and Ada Miller; 16 granduncles, James :
Smith,David Pratt, Granvielle Pratt, Lernox Taylor, Reuben Gibson, ;
Ezekiel Adderley, Gland Woodside, George and Samuel Pratt, Kiaser :
Wilson, Hubert Miller, Rex Adderley, Tracey Styles, Levi Adderley, :
Thomas Pratt.and Ernest Adderley; 22 grandaunts, Miriam, Jestina,
Magnola, Evelyn, Eunice, Jenevee, Queen, Idella, Dencer, Rowena :
and Geneva Adderley, Theresa Miller, Gemndina, Margaret and :

“Jaw, Gary Heild, Dwight Thompson and Amos Ferguson; nephews,
Johnnie Stubbs, Roy and Morris Higgs, Clement, Austin Watkins,

Eva Wilson and Alfreda Woodside; 3 nephews, numerous cousins ;

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 9

‘Gvergreen

rtuary

Harrold Road ¢ P.O. Box N-4404
Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: 242-341-6451 ° Nights 242-322-3242
24 Hour Cell: 242-427-5414



Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreeu
Mortnary on Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 12:00 noon and at the church
in Burnt Ground Long Island on Friday from 6:00 p.m. until time.

Thomas Lesley Higgs
better known as" Les"
90

of Flamingo Gardens and forfherly
of Larrimore's Turks and Caicos
Island and Inagua will be held on
Saturday June 17 2006 at Carmichael
* ~~} Bible Church, Carmichael Road at
| 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor.
Dan Simmons assisted by Pastor.
Carl Farquharson. Interment will
follow in Woodlawn Garden
Cemetery, Soldier Road.

He is survived by his children, Clara Robinson, Rose Higgs, and
Agatha Grant; adopted children, Daphne Seecharran, Phildia Lozique,
Mitsie Miller and Rodger Bullard; 1brother, Deacon. Alton Higgs;
1 sister, Nancy Henfield; 1brother-in-law, Jeffrey Henfield; grand-
children, Denise Heild, Terry and Candace Pickering, Travelyn
Thompson, Lunita Ferguson, Allison Simmons, Anthony, George,
Jason Higgs, Tanya Higgs, Linda Rigby, Lorna and Derek Grant and
Waynette Eddison; numerous greatgrand-children, grand-sons-in-

Benjamin, Henry, Marshall, Davis, Fritz-Allen and Donnie Higgs;
nieces, Yvonne Seymour, Evette Miller, Marjorie Heild, Ann
Symonette, Mary Dean, Jane Rolle, Pat McKenzie, Louise, Wee and
Tarsha; a host of other relatives and friends including the entire
Carmichael Bible Church family, The Higgs, Missicks and Greene
family, Carl Farquharson, Thomas Pickering, Luther Roker, Pastor.Dan
Simmons, Matthew Town Inagua Community, The Community of
Larrimore's Turks and Caicos Island, The Flamingo Garden Clinic
and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreen Mortuary,
Harold Road on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and again at
the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
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Rock of Ages
I uneral Chapel

Wulff Road & Pinedale
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 © Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
Etazienne Petit, 87


















a resident of Cowpen Road,
and formely of Haiti will be
held at New Haitian Mission }
Baptist Church, Palm Beach
Street saturday Juné 17th
2006 at 1:00 P.M. Officiating
| Rev. Dr. Cherelus Exante
other Minister of the gospel. Interment: Southtern
Cemetry Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.



Left to cherish her memories is her daughter:
Florence O'Brien; one son: Yone Pierre of Haiti;
numerous grand children including: Shantell O'Brien
Minnis; and a host of other relatives and friends.





Friends may pay there last respects at the Rock
of Ages Funeral Chapel, Wulff Road & Pinedale
on Friday from 10:00 A.M. To 6 P.M and the Church
on Saturday from 12:00 noon until funeral time.





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Commanivealth 3 Huneral Home

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independence Drive e Phone: 341-4055 \y

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. Shawn Orlando
Benjamin Jr., 18
~ affectionately
called "Block"



of Wulff Road, will be
_| held on Saturday 11:00 a.m
| at The Word Of Faith
| Tabernacle Cox Way East |
| Street South. Bishop Perry
| Newton Jr. will officiate and
_} interment will follow in the’
Southern Cemetery Cow




Pen and Spikenard Roads.
Cherished memory are held by, his lovely and divine
parents: Ms. Lydia Deveaux and Shawn Benjamin S1.;

grand-mother, Ms. Lietha Tynes; his earthly soulmate,.
Kayshelda Butterfield and unborn child; 5 sisters, Petra,
Leotha, Casha, Jia and Shawna; 4 brothers, Jameko,
Jeremy, Dwight and Jario; 13 aunts, Evelyn, Varina,
Barbara(deceased), Monique, Laura, Alfreda, Bridgette,
Shannie, Belkis, Melonie, Pocina, Thesleen and Karen;
9 uncles including, Dario, Orpheous, Lunden, Terrance,
Bernard and Robert; 2 grand-uncles, Charles and Milton
Tynes; numerous cousins relatives and friends include,
Shervain, Tanya, Natalie, Jeffery, Gema, Kenva, Cecil,
Gerald, Geraldo, Julian, Ramon, Justin, Melisa, Crystal, .
Rachea, Basil, Shavaugna, Marva, Desha, Marvin,
Stevona, Stephen, Maurice, Jemika, Shanreo, Branika,
Jonathan, Michelle, Joyketo, Ghanice, Zoe, Cecil Jr.,
Police Constable #3010 James Tynes of The Royal
Bahamas Police Force, the Nottage family, the Butterfield
family, Mrs. Mary Weir, Vaughn Pratt, Rudolph Cooper,
The Roots Junkanoo Group, the entire communities of
Rock Sound Eleuthera and Wulff Road. —



Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE
CHAPEL OF MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE
on Friday from 11 :00-7:00 p.m. and at the church on
Saturday: from 10:00 a.m. to service time.







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Theo Prince Davis, 20

formerly of. Millennium Gardens,
and a resident of Ridgeland Park
East will be held on Saturday 2:00
p.m. at Kemp Road Ministries
Kemp Road. Rev. Ivan F.Butier
Jr. will officiate and interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens
Soldier Road.
His parents, Louise Bowe and
Andre Davis; 3 brothers, Andre
_Jr. and Randy Davis and Ricardo
- Butler; 3 sisters, Adriana, Ashley
and Kiante Davis; ene -mothers, Louise and Beverly Adderley;
grandfather, Ludrick Bowe; 1 niece, Alissa; special fiiend, Karel
Williams; aunts and uncles, Elizabeth Dickerson, Kenva and
Shirleymae Davis, Ryan, Lenny, Peter and Paul Davis, Isanora
and Samuel Adderley, Edna and Cedric Hanna, Anthony and Janet
Dickerson, Portia and William McFord, Dorothy and Allen McPhee,
Shenne and Rudolph Pratt, Janet and Derek Davis, Lionel and
Stephanie Davis, Shena and Harrison Saunders, Dale and Flora
Davis, Lenora and David Shepherd, Carla and Mark Bastian,
Harriet and Raymond Rolle, Jacinta and Melvin Deveaux, Toinette
and Berkley Munnings Michael, Arnold and Dewey, Stephanie
Bowe, Donna, Maxine, Karen and Inga; | sister-in-law, Shenique
Davis; grand uncles and aunts, Doris Germany Carr of Miami
Florida, Beverly Davis, Patsy Roker, Eloise, Theophilus Davis,
Prince Bowe, David Adderley of Miami Florida and Gwendolyn
Bowe; great grand-aunts, Edith Wells, Enith McKenzie, Alma
Glinton and Olga Bowe; great grand-uncle, Prince Bowe of Fort
Pierce Florida; god-child: Troy McKinney, a host of other relatives
and friends include: Norman and Claudzeno Davis, Kermit and
Police Constable #1260 Mason Ferguson of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force. Lakezia and Jamerson Pratt, Leonardra, Dale and
John Davis. Melvin and Brian Deveaux, Cadet #21 Kimberly
Bethell, Davon Fowler, Collaine Darling, Andrea, Allen and
Charmaine McPhee, Omar, Nerissa and Natasha Davis, A.C.,
Sheneil, Peter and Deidre Davis, Raymond and Lynette Rolle,
Police Constable #1009 Rudolph Pratt of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force, Able Marine Seaman Vandyke Adderley of the Royal
Bahamas Defense Force, Paul, Paulette and Jamal Davis, Berlin
Pratt, Ericson, Deanna, Nathan, Candice, Linda Johnson and
family, Mary Marsh and family, Bats, Turbo, Mark Williams, Mark
Rolle, Michael, Don, Dante, Dino, The Bonaby Alley Crew, The
Dream Riders Biker's Club, and the communities of Millennium
Gardens and Ridgeland Park East. ae
Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL
OF MEMORiES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday trom 1:00-
|.7:00 p.m. on Saturday trom 10:30- 12:00 noon and at the church
| from 1:00 p.m. to service time.

a
Commonwealth Funeral Home,
_ Independence Drive * Phone: 341-4055 &
FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 114



Iva Eisia Clarke, 73

of Hatchet Bay Eleuthera, will be
held on Sunday 1 :00 p.m. at St.
Mark's Methodist Church Hatchet
Bay Eleuthera. Rev. Godfrey
Bethell assisted by Rev. Denzil
Clarke will officiate and interment
will follow in Big Bay Cemetery
| Hatchet Bay Eleuthera.
Cherished memory are held;
4 daughters, Irene Stubbs,
Francilda Cargill, Marilyn Rolle
and Keva Roberts; 5 sons,
Hudson, Morris, Rev. Denzil Clarke, Kenny and Clinton Clarke;
grand-children, Angela, Lavern, Carlton, Cardinal, Dianne, Melinda,
Jeffrey, Melissa and Antonia Clarke, Claudia Wilson, Alana Dwaner
and Ursula Clarke, Melanie, Kendall, Demetrius, Maurice and
Morissa Clarke, Monique Martin, Chantel and Lenishka Stubbs,
Dian Johnson, Donahue, and Kenu Cargill, Erica Burrows, Kenria
Johnson, Denzil Jr., and Desmond Clarke, Nadia Fox, Mechie,
David Jr, Damian and Anishka Clarke, Kadrianne, Shenica and

‘Daniel Clarke, Kendra Pinder, Cheslea Woods, Javaro Kemp,

Quant and Haysalah Rolle, Anarita Grant, Ashley, Shenik and
Clinton Clarkle, Mikeo and Mekayva Roberts and Dian Johnson;
50 great grand-children; 6 sisters, Daisy Ferguson, Joyce Gibson.
Cynthia Miller, Coral Pinder, Esther Rolle and Prescoia Fox; |
aunt, Myrtis Farrington; 16 nieces, Paula Rolle, Myra Kemp, Mary
Farrington, Lizzieann Taylor, Janice Pinder, Janice Mullings,
Pamela Watts, Tina Ramsey, Nova Irving, Hopel and Petra Fox,
Alicia, Katanya, Charmaine and Mikoa Rolle and Latoya Bastian;
15 nephews, Reid, Gilbert, Gordon and Mark Kemp. Daniel,
Frederick and Clarke Ferguson, Kevin and Clayton Johnson, Andil
Miller, Matthew Louis, Llarento, Shannon Fox and Brian Rolle:

. 3 daughters-in-law, Vernita, Susan and Paula Clarke: 2 sons-in-

law, Hasten Rolle and Michael Roberts; 9 sisters-in-law. Freida
Johnson, Ida, Erma, Marion, Priscella and Sybeline Clarke. Rebecca
Ferguson, Viola Rolle, and Fredamae Forbes; 6 brothers-in-law.
Spence Pinder, Ezekiel Rolle, Audley and Timothy Clarke, Rev.
Dr. Irvin Clarke and Kingsley Forbes, a host of other relatives and
friends include, St. Mark's Methodist Church family, Patsy Johnson,
Edith Hanna, Rhoda McQueen and Lydia Scavella, Coastline
Community Centre Nursing Home family, and St. Michael's
Methodist Church family

Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL OF

MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 9:30-

‘12:00 noon and at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Hatchet Bay

on Friday from 6:00-10:00 p.m. and on Sunday at St. Mark's
Methodist Church from 12:00 noon. to service time.
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Butler’s Funeral Homes & Crematorium

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

NURSE RENEE
ELIZABETH
MEADOWS, 41

will be held on Saturday, June 17th,
2006 at 12noon at United Christian
Cathedral, Flamingo Gardens.
Officiating will be Bishop Albert
Hepburn Assisted By Rev. Charles
Young, Rev. Henry Seymour and
Rev. Lester Thurston. Cremation
will follow.



Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of her One

(1) Daughter; Ebonee Turnquest; Parents; Elkin and Deaconess ;
" Eunice Meadows; One (1) Grand-mother; Remilda Young; :
Four (4) Brothers; Sean, Kendal, Minister Dwayne and Myron
Meadows; One (1) Sister; Evangelist Denise Dukes of Pembroke :

: Soldier Road.

Pines, Florida; Seven (7) Aunts; Florence L. Pratt, Deaconess
Ruth Mae Young, Sandra Meadows, Catherine Roberts, Ruthmae,
Lenora and Stephanie Meadows; Six (6) Uncles; John and Peter
Meadows, Rev. Charles Young, Fr. Thaddeus Pratt, Donald
Roberts and Jack Knowles; Eight (8) Granduncles and Aunts;
Richard and Emma, Stanley and Idena, Eusene and Emmerita,
Doris and Agatha Burrows; Thirteen (13) Nieces and Nephews;
Shunkendra, Kyundra, Duvonya, Carysma, Amaya, Bralexia,
Bralincia, Cordero, Bernando, Ty, Barkeito and Kjay Meadows
and Unique Dukes; Two (2) Sisters-in-laws; Shundra and Minister
Sherry Meadows; One (1) Brother-in-law; Erick Dukes of
Pembroke Pines, Florida; Numerous Cousins including; Mario,
Paula and Johnelle Meadows, John Jr., Oswald Jr., Simon, Brittany,
Peter Jr., Ashley and Leslie Meadows, Drs. David and Philippa
O’Brien, Antonio and Dr. Ravenna “Lisa” Hanna, Stacy and
Devaughn Cole, Anthony Sr., and Tiffany Hanna, PJ’vaughn
Knowles, W/Cpl 2432 Nadia, Charlean, Sonovia, Renaldo and
Sherron, Chad and Charles Young Jr., Deacon Reynaldo and
Camile Roberts, Ricardo Roberts, Deacon Maxwell and Elizabeth
Ferguson, Laugharah and Nicole Hue, George Archer and Willie

friends including; Bishop Albert H. and Karen Hepburn and
United Christian Cathedral family, Overseer Dr. H. Oral Brown
and the Heritage Missionary Baptist Church family and others
too numerous to mention.

of #3 Rich Cloves, Golden Gates



: Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from 10:00
: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
: and from 11:00 a.m. until service time at the church.



MRS. MAUREEN
GAY-MILLER, 77

of Fowler Street and formerly of
Fresh Creek, Andros will be held
» on Saturday, June i7! , 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at St. Barnabas Anglican
| Church, Wulff and Baillou Hill
Roads. Officiating will be The Rt.
Rev. Gilbert A. Thompson Assisted
by Canon Basil Tynes and Other
Ministers of the Clergy. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,

: Left to cherish her memories are her Three (3) daughters; Betty
: Kerr, Emily and Vivian Miller; Three (3) Sons; Vincent, Shervin
: and Charley Miller; Three (3) Grand-sons; Sashewan, Shervin
: and Charles Miller Jr.; One (1) Grand-daughter; Sydni Kerr;
: One (1) Son-in-law; Jeffrey Kerr; One (1) Sister; Betty Cooper;
: Three (3) Brothers; Philip and Langton Gay and Winston Ashe;
? Two (2) Sisters-in-law; Eulean Kerr and Shirley Gay; One (1)
: Aunt; Irie Cooper; Numerous Nieces and Nephews and a host
: of other relatives and friends including; Amy Gay and family,
: Dr. Norman Gay and family, Leroy Gay and family, Rose Butler
: and family, Janice and Stephanie Miller, Sabrina and Faye Graham,
: Wilmore, Henry, Charles, Sidney and Louis Dames, Lady
: Maguerite Pindling and family, Hon. Glenys Hanna-Martin MP,
: Cessorina Francis, Corinne and Stephanie Mitchell, Leila Greene,
: Leona Ferguson, Constance Adderley, Mildred Bowe, Dr. Reginald
: Carey, Vylma Thompson-Curling, Verna Elcott, the Minnis family
: the Staff of Chickcharnie Hotel and many others too numerous
: to mention.

Hue of Buffalo, New York and a host of other relatives and :

: Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from 10:00
: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service
: time at the Church.
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— Demeritte’ s Huneral Aome —

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782



5

and elders.



Linda, Jason and Lamont Clarke and Bridgeann Burrows; George Jr.,

Henry, Philip, Laverne, and Clement Forbes, and Paulette Curry; Pamela,

Oscar, Darwin, Nadia, Jordana and Leonardo Rodgers; Clyde, Randy,

Samuel Jr., David and Sean Rodgers, Geovani, Gevaldo, Joicoy, George

Treg Rolle; sisters-in-law, Pamrica, Elahmae, and Valery Rodgers;

and Const. Thaddeus Rolle, Gary, Jennifer, Matthew and Mark Rolle,
Nursing Officer Patsy Taylor, Apostle Amos Rahming, Rebecca Fife,

Johnson, Hannah Johnson of Smith's Hill South Andros, Joann Moss,

| Collie, TI be Hamiltons, The Fords, Rosemary Jones, Cyprianna McDonald,

SA LORE GANADO



FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Kendal Wellington Rodgers, | red
: : Atwood Carey, James Johnson, Ira Storr, Andrew Cash, Eric King, Don
King, Irshila Cooper, Jim Wood and Family, a host of other relatives

: and friends to numerous to mention.
a resident of Guadlope Street, Golden :

Gates Estates, will be held at Grants :
Town Seventh Day Adventist Church, :
Wellington Street, on Sunday at 1:30 :
p.m. Officiating will be Pastor Andrew :
Burrows, Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe, :
Elder Kenny Deveaux and other ministers :
Interment follows in :
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. }
leaves to mourn, mother, Loretta Gertrude :
Rodgers; seven children, Nicola, Kevin, :
Ginger Minnis, Kendrick, Kieron, Kyle :
and Kachara; five brothers, Charles, Leo, Samuel, George and Sgt. 767 :
Stanley Rodgers; four sisters, Dorothy Clarke, Ellen Forbes, Evangelist
Ruthnell Forbes and Lorena Rolle; six grandchildren, Jason, Jadyn, :
Keaneau, Ketyian, Kenrick and Kenria; one son-in-law, Jason Minnis; :
| one daughter-in-law, Tysheka Rodgers; numerous nieces and nephews :
including, Nursing Officer Ellamae Blyden, Constable 1857 Prince :
Rodgers, Sgt. 1694 Warren 'Buck" Rodgers of Deadman's Cay, Long :
Island, Aaron, Karen, Willarine and Marie Rodgers; Michael, Gary, :

Randy and Allan McClain, Pastor Adlington Rolle, Alfred Cooper,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Saturday and on sunday
from 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and at the church from 12:30 p.m. until
service time.

Mr. Elisha Pratt, 86,

a resident of Rock Sound, Eleuthera,
will be held at Faith Tabernacle
Assemblies of God, Rock Sound,
Eleuthera, on Saturday June 17th, 2006
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
| Cedric H. Hall, Senior Pastor, assisted
Rev. Tyrone L. Sands. Interment follows
in Rock Sound Public Cemetery, Rock
Sound, Eleuthera.
memory are his wife, Ophelia Pratt; 1
son, Garfield Pratt; 4 daughters, Beverley









Brown, Minister Diana Stubbs, Judy Farrington and Shellie Pratt; 15
Dwayne and Tenisha Forbes, Brenda Rolle, Barbara Goodman and : of;

Kendra Johnson, Tiffanie, Shantel Newton, Lakhia Watson, Shenika, ! Darren, Brent and Travis Pratt, Craig, Sandy, Dean and Davon Pratt,

3 Ze | Terrence Stubbs and Torrien Farrington; 10 grand daughters, Darnell
Jr., and Danielle Rodgers and Tanya Armbrister; Andrew and Tremayne

Rolle; aunts, Leah Moss, Dotlyn Rodgers, Evelyn Hepburn of Clearwater, :
Florida, Masalena Rolle and Edna Rolle of South Andros, Mary and :
Lucille Rolle; uncles, Thomas Rolle and Bursil Rolle of South Andros; :
brothers-in-law, Cressel Clarke, George and Pastor Henry Forbes and :

grandsons, James Jr., Garth, Steven, Swanson, Kevin and Dwight Brown,

Knowles, Cherrie and Shenell Stubbs, Sherell, Keila, Kayon, Lisa,
Christina and Evelyn Pratt and Inderia Minnis; 60 great grand and 1
great great grand; | sister, Marion Ramsey of Rock Sound, Eleuthera;
1 son-in-law, Basil Farrington of Nassau; | sister-in-law, Merlean Pratt
of Nassau; 12 nieces, Debra Mackey, Tanya Stuart, Katy Pratt, Penny

: Pratt, Ena Mae Campbell, Euna and Edna Symonette, Gracie, Joyceann
numerous cousins including, Elder Norwood, Errington and Edmund :

Rahming, Betty Rolle, Yvonne Adderley, Coralee Munroe, Cpl. Rueben :

and Patricia Pratt, Terricitta Miller and Ruthnell Nixon; 8 nephews,
Creswell and Tyrone Pratt, Wenzel Ramsey, Joeherda, Tony, David,

' Errol and-Ivan McPhee; other relatives and friends including, Althea,

: Alsaida and Christine Bullard, Carolyn Francis, Patrick Maynard and
Sheva Farrington, James Bodie, Leroy Hutchinson, Leroy Stubbs, Helen :

family, Reginald Knowles and family, Douglas Smith and family, Annie

On : Strachan and family, Walter Sands and family, the Horton family, the
Lawrence Ash, Patrick Hepburn, Leo and Sidney Rodgers, George :

Rodgers and Miriam Strachan, Ellen Williams-and Thomas Forbes of :
Fort Pierce, Florida; nieces-in-law, Carla and Cleo Rodgers, Monique :
Clarke, Tangella Forbes, Mavis, Tina and Sonia Forbes; nephews-in- :
law, Godwin Blyden, Alfredo Burrows, Floyd Curry, Kevin Rolle, Pedro :
| Goodman, Charlie Watson, Eljay Newton and Teran Armbrister; numerous :
grandnieces and nephews, other relatives and friends, including, Albertha :
| Rodgers, Joy Reckley, Justina Rodgers, Ms. Iris Tynes and Family, :
| Prudence Mackey, Vianna Grant, Kathy, Shari Marshall, Beverley, :
| Jackie, Shirley, Reinette Hall, Florence Brown, Nursing Officer eu :

Evans family, Rev. Cedric Hall and family, Rev. Tyrone Sands and
family, Nurse Angela Richards, Nurse Prenetta Antonio, Doctor Smith,
the Rock Sound Community Clinic, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Miller and
family, the Longley family, the entire family of Price Street, Nassau
Village, Dr. Sanjay and Team of PMH, Faith Tabernacle Assemblies of
God Church family and the entire Community of Rock Sound, Eleuthera.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday
at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Rock Sound, Eleuthera from 5:00 p.m. |
-8 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service |

_ time.

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~ Bemeritte’ = Huneral Home

~ BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 °e TEL: 323-5782

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Life Road.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife,
Althea Louise Russell; sons, John Milton and LermonThomas Russell;
daughter, Althea Patricia Butler; 9 grandchildren, Janet Lousie and Lovonia
Patrice Russell, Everette Russell, Jr., Jeremy and Jamal Major, Latoya
Williams, Enriquie and Lorraine Butler; 6 great grandchildren, Lermon
Jr., Olivia, Rechea, Jeremy Jr., Dalena and Erinique; one brother, Betram
Wilson, one sister, Ethlyn Hanna; 9 nephews, 13 nieces, sister-in-law,
Gretchen Wilson; brother-in-law, Kermit Hanna and a host of other great
great grand nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends including,
Elder Jason Deveaux, Drucilla and Lynette Russell, Henry Butler, The
Arawak Cay Association, The Chippingham Community, New Destiny



Baptist Cathedral family and St. John's Baptist Cathedral 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 from 9:00 :

a.m.-2:00 p.m. and at the church from 3:00 p.m. until service time. 2 Thomas, Capt. William Henderson Sr., Valentine and Donald Henderson

: Of Freeport, Grand Bahama; seventeen grandchildren, Raquel Dawkins,
OE EIT EEE EEE Stacey, Shantel and Samuel Morgan, Kirkwood Rolle Jr., William Jr., Sean
: and Richard Henderson, Thomas, Cardo, Donell and Alexandra Henderson,
: Vanessa, Vernice and Faith Henderson and Isaac Butler; seven great-
: grandchildren, Kaleigha, Kellena and Kirkwood Rolle Jr, Orrieal, Cardero

: Jr, Tarell Dawkins and Alexander Coleby; one brother, Noel Henderson;
a resident of Armbrister Street, Fox Hill, :

will be held at the Fox Hill Cemetery, Fox :
Hill Road, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. :

Barry Strachan, 39,

Officiating will be Rev. Dr. David S
Johnson. Interment follows.

Left to cherish his memory are his 8
brothers, Julian, Philip, Kevin, Alvin,



John Henry Russell, 85 Sheldonique and Maurisha; a host of other cousins including, Daphane
a resident of#27 Howard Street, :
Chippingham and formerly of Cooper's :
Town, Abaco, will be held at New Destiny :
Baptist Cathedral, Destiny Plaza, Blue Hill :
Road, on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. Officiating :
will be Bishop Delton D. Femander, assisted :
by Rev. Clarence H. Knowles, Rev. Tyrone :
J. Knowles, Rev. Trajean Jadorette and :
other ministers of the Gospel. Interment ;
follows in Old Trail Gornetery, Abundant :



Jr.; nieces, Faye, Mardi, Tamika, Shyanne, Sherice, Elexia, Julique,

Rahming, Leta Rolle, Dave Johnson, Patrick, Peterjean and Samuel
Rutherford, Jason Rahming, Dr. Lisa Johnson, Dr. Christin Peterson,
Bridgette and Jahan Johnson, Iris Moxey, Richard Timothy and Dr. Marh
Johnson

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 gravesite
from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

Capt. Samuel Richard
Henderson, 79

aresident of Bowe Cove off Bernard Road
and formerly of Mathew Town, Inagua,
will be held at Foresight Baptist Church,
Nassau Village, on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. .
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Charles
Culmer. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

daddy will be cherished by his loving
children, three daughters, Renee Darling,
Rosie Morgan and Diane Butler of
Freeport Grand Bahama; four sons,



three sistets, Gweneth Lockhart, Terricita Henderson and Eloise Nixon;
six sisters-in-law, Mable and Lorraine Henderson, Rosely Knowles Clarke,
Shirley and Katherine Knowles and Lair Moss; five brothers-in-law, Jowel _

y Moss, Stanley Moss of Ft. Pierce, Fla., Reuben, Walter and Bruce Knowles;
: three sons-in-law, Edroy Butler of Freeport Grand, Bahama, Elmore, Alex
: Darling and Dennis Morgan; two daughters-in-law, Shirley and Laverne

: Henderson of Freeport, Grand Bahama; one grand daughter-in-law, Flora
Ettine, Cursey, Martin and Clement :

Strachan; 2 sisters, Nelcita and Genieve :
Strachan; uncles, Stephen, Rev. Dr. David,

Rev. Emmett, Dr. John and Robert Johnson;

aunts, Esmeralda Rutherford, Mary, Selina, The Culmer family, Carolyn Reede and family and The Clarke family.
Minerva and Constance Johnson; sisters- |
in-law, Carol Cunningham and Monique Strachan; brother-in-law, Don :
Knowles; nephews, Brent Scott, Byron, Police Constable 2657 Bernard :
Wallace, Dustin, Godfrey, Gregory, Philip Jr., Alvin Jr., Walton and Julian :

Cartwright Rolle; one grandson-inlaw, Terry Dawkins; four adopted.
daughters, Roselyn Marshall, Orean Munnings, Michelle Bodie, Tasha
Percentie Adderley; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Katherina Henderson 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 church
from 8:30 a.m. until service time.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 15

KRurtiss Memorial Mortuary
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020e Robinson Rd & 5th Street
_Tel: 325- B62 1922. 1909: 24 mous Paging SErVICS 323- 9761

BRADLEY
FERGUSON, 46

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Soldier Road.
He is survived by nine Sisters,



James Russell, Richard IJ, Keith, Clayton and Alvin Ferguson;

nieces, Shekera Beneby, Susan and Simeone Holbert, Althea, Ivy,
- Felicia and Tanya Walkes, Cindy Neely, Tamika Bowleg, Tamara :
Brown, Alexis Sturrup, Anishqua, Sidneya, Latina and Chiqueta :

Russell, Vanessa, Ryanne Ferguson, Bernell and Cheryl Turner,
Melaine, Sonia, Camille, Paulette, Satara, Tracy, Sheniqua, Michala,

and Marlon Russell, Charlie Martin, Kevin, Richard II, Conard,
Rashad, Andrew, Jason , Everette, Perez, Kalie and Storm Ferguson,
Kevin Bowleg, Sean, Ronald, Marcian, Brent, Matthew, Omar,
Floyd, Stephan, Gaius, Colby and Trevor; aunts, Winifred Richards,

Irma Ferguson, Sheila Adderley, Lovie, Magnola, Enderllyn, Nora

and Ethel Clarke; uncles, Foster, Akel, Willard and Charles Clarke,

Maryann Clarke, Nita Thompson and family, Wellington McPhee,

Audrey and Joe Clarke, Fred McPhee, Letisha Smith and family; :
Pam Fletcher, Catherine Reed, Ms. Kertel, Dan McKenzie, Terecita }
Rolle and Ivy Knowles, the Clarkes, Musgroves and the entire i
Moss Town and Hermitage communities. :

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson i
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. }
and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time. }

| of Moss Town, Exuma will be heid

Victor Cooper ass Vet
| Randy Musgrove. inter ment will :
| foliow in Woodlawn Gardens.

Alfreida Holbert, Fredericka Neely, :
Carolyn and Judy Ferguson, Murine :
Miller, Shirley Nixon, Cynthia :
Rahming, Veronica Bowe and :
Virginia Cartanight seven brothers, Arnold Holbert, Sidney and :




















| of Pirates Well, Mayaguana will be
| 10:30 a.m. at
Yamacraw Bapust Chure
Road. Ott Cl lating V
SHOP Samuei Green, P
SOm Sore endiade as
Pastor Alexander Missick and R
Howard Smith. Interment
follow in Woodlawn Gardens.
Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his memory are
his -four children, Cavashna.,
Alpachino, Chrishawn and Ajah
’ Collie; his mother. Sarah Collie;
special friend, Paula Ceres; brothers, Joseph Collie and wife Marina
of Fort Lauderdale Florida, Birkley Collie and wife Mavis, Eric
Collie and wife Charmine, Sheldon Collie and wife Patrice, Patrick
Collie and wife Sylvia and Desmond Collie and wife Nishgo;
sisters, Linda and husband Arnold Brown of Atlanta, George,
Vanda and husband Eddison Capron; Cleola and husband Arnold

held on Saturday at
; Zion

amacraw

ee



sisted

will

: Hamilton, Lubertha and husband Randy Moncur and Dora and

Ashley, Candice, Keisha, Zelsa, Geneva, Cornella, Corinella and husband Rustin Swain; 10 uncles, Samuel, Cornelius, Hudal,

Inga; nephews, Richard and Clifford Turner, Walter, Sean and : : : :
Gre Walkes. i Kingsley, Kendrick, and Dion Holbert, Lincoln Ruthland and Daniel Murphy; 19 aunts, Araline, Violene, Ella,

Beneby, Arnold and Frederick Neely, Marcel, Jason, Dion. Thaon Thompson, Isadora, Kathrina, Margaret, Gladys and Lulie Murphy,

: Roslyn Butler, Emily Bain, Loletha Bain and Henrietta Black;
: nieces and nephews, Keith, Joseph Jr., Jason and Robin, Rodney,

Stilman, Rufus and Stanley Collie, Cleveland, Samuel, Jacob,

Maralene, Carolyn, Edith and Jane Collie, Lolesha Bain, Lulamae

Komaal, Kirkley, Birkley Jr., O'Neal, Patrice, Cleotha, Kaynel,
Sasha, and Eva, Javon, Crensharla, Felicity, Tarsity and Eric Jr.,
Sheldon Jr., and Latrice, Patrick Jr., and Celena, Desmond Jn.

Theohilus Dames and Arthur Adderley; grand uncle, Mitchell Jasmond, Azasha and Rashad, Jamaal of Washington, Antonio,

Cooper; sisters-in-law, Veta and Gladys Russell, Judy and Darie

Ferguson; brothers-in-law, Roger Nixon, Wayne Miller and Elvis ;

Cartwright; numerous other grand nieces and nephews and a host Williams, Jumeco Maura, Donavon Brown; sisters-in-law, Anishka

of the relatives and friends including Shirley Bodie and family, | Francis, and Sheral Manta, brothers-in-law, Dwayne Brown and

Wallace "Trouble", Omar and Arimina Musgrove and famly, Mertis : Kendal Gaitor.
Deveaux and family, Ernest Munroe and family, Burdie Musgrove :

and family, Lucinda Davis, Elizabeth Hepburn, Lean Clarke and :

family, Pearl Musgrove, The Mount Zion Union Baptist Church : Murphy, Tanya Collie, Gertrude Cooper and Earnel Brown), Roland

family, Emma Hinsey and family, George Clarke and family, Rolle, Charles King, Laura McPhee, Anton Pinder, Natario, Hester

Dedrick, Arnold and Clachara, Travis, Randy and Bethany, Lakenya
and Janelle; Avante and Deshonte, Francis, Pastor Valentino

Host of other relatives aa friends including, Ashilique Capron,
Doreen Thomposn, Hon. V. Aldred Gery, (close friends Melany

and Byron Collie, Albertha Bain, Janet Patterson, Karen and

Queenie Collie, Carolyn Thompson, and the entire Mayaguana

family.
The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson

? Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

| CLINTON COLLIE, 41 |
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\ Reshoior Memorial
and Crematorium Limiled

NASSAU

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES



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

ma SS SERVICES FOR



BENJAMIN “PLUMMIE”
HIGGINS AGE 68

Of Oxford Drive, South Beach, Will Be
Held On Saturday June 17Th, 2006 At
10:45Am At St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church,
4Th Street, Coconut Grove. Officiating Will
Be Fr. Simeon Roberts. Interment Will
Follow In Lakeview Memorial Gardens,

John F. Kennedy Drive.

- He Is Surived By His Wife, Mizpah Higgins;
2 Daughters, Paulamae Higgins Of Freeport,
Grand Bahama And Donna Maria Higgins;
1 Son, Kelson Higgins; 1 Step Son, Morris

. Saunders Of Chicago; 2 Grandsons, Jonathan
And Christopher Higgins; 2 Granddaughters, Crystal Mcphee And Shericka
Higgins Of Freeport; 1 Great Grandson: Glenroy Rolle; 2 Brothers, Rev.
Floyd Jones And Herbert Bain; 3 Sisters, Patsy Bain Of Freport, Sandra
Taylor And Susan Higgins; 17 Nieces, Kelly, Kendra, Katheriné, Karen,
Natasha, Sydlesia, Cheretta, Larentia, Charmaine, Gidget, Felice, Deborah,
Natasha, Dorette, Moya, Yvette And Mickell Of Miramar, Florida: 13
Nephews: Floyd Jr., Mario, Rico, Jamerico, Errol, Dion, Alex, Keith, Johnny,
Kino, Ricardo, Marcian And Charles Jr. Of Orlando, Florida: 18 Grand
Nieces, 14 Grand Nephews, 2 Sisters-in-law; Gloria Higgins And Cleo
Nixon; 1 Brother-in-law: Charles D. Sweeting Sr., Cousins, Nesbitt Higgins,
Deacon Teavis Deleveaux, Johnney-mae And Cochena Deleveaux, Katie
Roberts, Ceola Missick, Olive Mirphy And Family Of Mayaguana And
Rev. Leroy Higgins And Family: Other Relatives And Friends Including,
Dr. Franklyn Walkine And Family, Mr. And Mrs. Albert Forbes And Family,
Hon. Fred Mitchell, Sir Clement T. Maynard And Family, Dr. Charles Dorsett
And Family, Cyril Dean And Family, Herbert Grant And Family, The Evans
Family, Bert Williams And Family, Mr And Mrs. Albert Forbes And Family,
John Taylor And Family, Terry Etienne And Family, Christian Lorvince,
Management And Staff Of Lakeview Memorial Gardens, Eastern Star Lodge,
Roosevelt Mackey And Family, Anthony Smith And Family, Management
And Staff Of Air Ambulance, Management And Staff Of Million Airport,
Management And Staff Of Epcot Medical Centre, Don Mackey,And Family,
Yvonne Campbell And Family, Richard Young And Family, Inez Cooper
And Family, Inez Dorrestant An Family, Derek Ferguson And Family, Fr.
Simeon Robertsand Sis. Leah And St. Cecelia Church Family, Men And
Ladies Group Of St. Cecelia, Robert Barry And Family, Rev. Harry Clarke
And Family, The Percentie Family, Mildred (Dr. Chue) Maurice And Family,
Mr. Gladstone Thompson And Family, Phillipa Mcquay And Family, Dr.
Magnus Ekedede, Dr. Grant-taylor, Dr. Charles Rahming, Nurse Of Private
Medical And Intensive Care Unit Of The Princess Margaret Hospitsl, And
Emergency Room Of Doctor’s Hospital,: Numerous Godchildren;: Don
Mackey And Family, Ernest Hepburn And Family, Shirley Johnson And
Family And The Former Staff Of Café Casino.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “Serinity Suite” At Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson And Soldier Road, On Friday From
10:Am Until 6:00Pm And Again At The Church From 9:15Am Until Service
Time.

In Lieu Of Flowers Donations May Be Sent To St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church.



DIANNA L. HART, AGE 48

Of Faith Avenue Will Be Held On Saturday
June 17Th, 2006 At 11:00 A M. At Christ
Community Church, Bellot Road, Off Faith
Avenue. Officiating Will Be Pastor Deanza
Cunningham And Interment Will Follow In
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.



Left To Cherish Her Memory Are Her
Mother: Barbara Crier; Daughters; Marilyn
Hart-humes, Patricia Mortimer, Cherrie Hart-

farrington, Diane Pangling Hart, And Latina
Hart; 1 Son: Granville Melvin Hart li; 6
Grand Children: Myesha, Davernike,

Trevette, Rayneisha, Camron, And Dave; 2
Sons-in-law: Jermaine Humes, Dave Farrington; 11 Sisters: Patricia, ‘Teresa,
Sharmaine, Melony, Deborah, Elizabeth, Namsa Babbs (Of England),
Marsha Thompson, Patrice Farrington, Esther Mccray (Of Atlanta), And
Christina Archer (Of Freeport); 8 Brothers: Brian, Kendall, Wayde, Michael,
Phillip (Of Houston), Vincent (Of Miami, Fl.), Ricky Archer,And Ron
Archer; 10 Sisters-in-law: Deidre Williams, Rev. Doshaline Hart-cash,
Grace Camryn, Brenda, Sophia, Tina And Melinda Hart, Tasha, Patrice,
Bernadette Archer; 16 Brothers-in-law: Everette Hart (Of Exuma), Willis,
Timothy, Willie, Prince, Arlington,Sherman (Vera Beach, Fl.), Calvin Hart
(Of Fort Pierce), Thomas Demeritte, John Evans, Dacon Franklyn Thompson,
Abraham, Tibo, Wayne, Mike Mcquay (Of Atlanta), And David Farrington;
1 Aunt; Rita Minus; Special Friend; Vincent Johnson; 16 Nieces: Latoya,
Letera, Erica, Omeka, Lashanda, Rodreka, Samantha, Johnquil, Shanika,
Abrohique, Raquel, Kendrove, Donnica, Darcelle, Tia, And Selina; 24
Nephews; Mario, Roderick, Chris, Eric, Kenneth, Kendrick, Elliot, Kenyattah,
John, Shekeil, Elvis, Sean Abraham, D’angelo, Joshua, Michael, Ostin,
Wilshire, Tershima, Donovan, Dedrick, Christopher, Ronnie, And Aaron;
A Host Of Other Relatives And Friends Including: Barbara, Ciprianna And
Clovis Minus, Joey Dean, Natasha Thompson, Laura Nottage, Terrance
Williams, Anegkea Williams, Rosemary Williams, Barbara, Antonette, Retta,
Denise Minus, Bernica Beckford, Mr. And Mrs. Humes, Diane Gilbert,
Regenald Farrington, The Demerritte Family, Duncumbe Family, The
Hepburn Family, The Jolly Family, The Retta Rolle Family, The Pratt
Family, Grant Family, The Nixon Family, Higgs Family, Gaitor Family,
Denise, Mrs. King, Mrs. Woodside, Mrs. Mcdonald, Harry Clarke, Abel,
The Retail Division Of Atlantis, Paul Smith, Lorraine, Pastor Deanza
Cunningham And The Christ Community Church, Bishop Leon Wallace,
Voice Of Deliverance Church, Lorine, Marshall, Mary, Mr. Charles Maynard
And The Management And Staff Of The Corner Hotel, Mr. Beneby And
Staff Of Courtesy Food Store, Ms. Marva Thompson, Annabelle Curry And
Family, Celistine Eneas And Family, Sharon, Mortimer Family, Housekeeping
Staff Of The Royal Towers Of Atlantis, Phillip, Enrico Fitzgerald And
Family, Pinder Family Of Bailey Town, Bimini, Kemp Family Of West
End, Edgecombe And Family, The Downtown Hairbraders Association,
The Downtown Straw Market, And The Ministry Of Tourism.



Viewing Will Be Held In The “Celestial” Suite At Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson And Soldier Road On Friday June
16Th2006 From 10:00 A. M. Until 6:00 P. M. And Then At The Church On
Saturday From 9:30 A. M. Until Service Time.

Cary ae Pry ETE SAORI ROR UN ene mp epemneertaEN seam BT
‘THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES




—



RYAN MOSS, AGE 27

| Of #998 Cordia St., Pinewood Gardens
Will Be Held On Saturday June 17Th,
2006 At 11:00 A.M. At Living Waters
Kingdom Ministries, Warren Street.

Officiating Will Be Apostle Raymond















Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.





He Is Survived By 1 Daughter: Ryann





Cummings; Stepfather: Derek
Cummings; 2 Sisters: Shaker’ And Dereka; Special Friend: Nadia
Mccartney; 2 Nephews: Anwar And Vitori Vinajh; 6 Uncles: John
Jr., Gary, Sterling, Keith, Steven, And Prince Moss; 17 Aunts:
Shari, Donell, Sandra, Emily, Kendra, Johnette, Claudette, Barbara
Brice, Daphne, Tellie Of Miami, Fla, Freda, Paulette, Sheryl, Retta
Lewis, Marva, Monique And Lillith; 2 Grandmothers: Esther
Curry ‘And Mildred Burrows; 2 Godmothers: Ingrid Dean And
Bridgette Musgrove; 2 Grand Uncles: Thomas, Christopher And
Basil Moss; 4 Grand Aunts: Sylvia Amette, Maria Roach, Eva
Ferguson, Laura Rolle; Cousins: Jermaine, Sylvester, Sonia,
Jamaal, Carlos, Dominique, Berkesh, Berkley Jr., Lil Gary,
Charlotte, Shanteu, Cardy, Delano, Wilbert Dean Jr. Ochee And
Oscar Smith, Ingrid Dean And Family, Stephanie Rolle And
Family, Cametta, Barbara, Tassy, Nikki, Anttonette Moss, Rudolph
Mcsweeney, Ivan, Kelly, Vincent Rolle, Craig Lewis And Family,
Derek Thompson, Trevor Lockhart, Brett And Travis Neely,
Michelle Basden And Family, Barbara Tompson, Portia Mckenzie
And Family, Cordell Delancy And Family, Kirk Thompson And
Family, Frederica Brown, Mersay, Rev. Dellarese Dorsette And
Family, Christea Conyers And Family, Drexel Moss, Gwen, Stacy,
Felix, Elvis, Janice Curtis And Family, Ruby Outten And Family
Of Freeport, Grandbahama, Frakklyn, Francina Brown And Many
Other Family Members Too Numerous To Mention; Other Relatives
And Friends Including: Nakeisha Bowe And Family, Shane
Munnings And Family, Ian Porter, Adrian, Ron Rolle, The Andros
Avenue Family, The Bain Town Family, The Pinewood Gardens
Community, Sensei Alex Penn, Mrs.Marva Knowles And Family,
Charles Johnson And Family, Kim Bain, Nora Newbold, Wendell
Barr, Mrs. Smith And Family, Streling King And Family, The
Finlayson Street Crew, Vincent Dean, Andrew Stubbs, Davisd
Gardiner Jr., Kevin Fowler, Stefano, Marilyn Cambridge And
Family, Bridgette Musgrove, Anwar Strachan And Family, Renaldo
Forbes And Family, Courtney Reboe, Christine Reboe, Leighten
Morgan, Mcandy Gibson, Victoria Simmons And Family, Dorcas


































| Johnny Bowe, Toynell, C.J., Jason, The Government High School



Wells. Interment Will Follow In

Megan Moss; Mother: Christine.

_. Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John

Johnson-klien And Family, Cephas, Lateisha, Kelly, Myra And |

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 17 :

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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

340-8034



Staff And Students, Karen And Paulette Hepburn And Family.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “Celestial” Suite At Restview

Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd, Robinson And Soldier

Road On Friday From 10:00 A. M. Until 6:00 P. M., Again At

The Church In On Saturday From 9:30 A. M. Until Service Time.
\

STEPHANIE
TINKER, AGE 52

Of Mermaid-Blvd West Will Be Held
On Saturday June 17Th, 2006 At
10:00 A M. At Southwest Cathedral,
Shrimp Street And Carmichael Road.
Officiating Will Be Bishop Clevert
Bain, Assisted By Bishop Thomas
Nottage. Interment Will Follow In



F. Kennedy Drive.

Left To Cherish Her Memory Are Her Parents: Cecil And Mildred
Newry, One Son: Pc 792 Jamie Tinker, Two Daughters: Keturah
And Tatiana Tinker, Four Sisters: Katherina And Estella Newry,
Lydia Woodside And Araminta Wright, Five Brothers:

Elder Kenneth Newry, Elder Godfrey Newry, Andrew, Wentworth
And Steve Newry, Three Uncles: Bishop Clevert Bain, Wilton
Bain Of Georgia And Gustavus Bain Of Florida, Six Aunts: Mother
Veronica Bain, Adena Newry, Viola Beckford, Bernie Bowe Of
Goulds Florida, Jenny Bain Of Georgia And Molly Bain Of Florida,
Seven Sisters-in-law: Pamela, Rosemary Newry, Emerald, Geneva
Tinker, Eulene Noble, Merina Thompson And Alice Tinker, Two
Brothers-in-law: Malcolm Wright And Pastor Errol Tinker, Twenty
Nine Nieces, Thirty One Nephews And A Host Of Other Relatives
And Friends Including: Dr. And Mrs. Eugene Newry, Yvonne
Sands, Faith Tabernacle Church Of God, The Mermaid Blvd
Community, Church Of God In Bahamas Inc., Pentecostal Unity
Fellowship, Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church, The Royal
Bahamas Police Force Band, Island Fm/ Carter Marketing, Meriam
Collins, Catherine Storr, Robert Bowe And Family, Female Medical
I, Oncology Clinic Of Pmh, Bill And Nettlie Rose And Family,

The Mcphee Family, Rev. David And Rev. Paul Mcphee, Mr. And
Mrs. Barry Herman, Judy, Clarise And Tracy Roker.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “renic” Suite At Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson And Soldier Road On
Friday June 16Th 2006 From 10:00 A.M. Until 6:00 P.M. And
Then Again At The Church From 8:30 A.M. Until Service Time.



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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.

Naa NOTICES

VIRGINIA ie
SAUNDERS-TURNER, 78

Of Augusta Street Will Be Held On |

Saturday June 17Th, 2006 At 2:00
P.M At Foresight Baptist Church,
Taylor Street, Nassau Village.
Officiating Will Be Reverend Doctor

| Charles Culmer. Interment Will
Follow

Left To Cherish Her Memory Are
Three Daughters: Margaret
| Robinson-major, Arnette Moss And Valencia, One Son: John
| Robinson, One Adopted Daughter: Mary, Three Sons-in-law:
Kevin Major, Jeffrey Moss And Newton Brown, One Daughter-
in-law: Marylyn Robinson, One Brother: Charles Braithwaite,
Two Sisters: Jacqueline Pittman And Ruby Murdock-hill, Two
Adopted Sisters: Bernice Brown And Thelma Shakespeare;
One Niece, Stephanie Rahming; Thirteen Grandchildren:
Minas Vardaoulis Jr., (Late) Markito Vardaoulis, Kevin Major
Jr., Martika Major, Troy Newman, Shantel Bethel, Jermaine

Moss, Tanya Moss, Jessica Robinson, Samantha Robinson,

John Robinson Jr., Devonardo Robinson, Latika Moss And
Jeffrey Moss Jr., Two Granddaughters-in-law: Stacey Newman
And Erica Vardaoulis, Two Grandsons-in-law: Shayne Bethel
| And Glenroy Sweeting, Fourteen Great Grand Children:
| Ashley, Tre, Tarshayne, Lashayne, Tre, Taylor, Jaray, Susan,
| Glendisha, Janae, Jermaine Jr., Aliaya, Shamia And Velentino.

Viewing Will Be Held In The “Celestial” Suite At Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson And
Soldier Road On Friday From 10:00 A. M. Until 6:00 P. M.
And Then At The Church On Saturday From 12:30 P. M.
Until Service Time.

ERLE W.T. POWELL SR., AGE 70

Of #13 Dan Knottage Estates Will Be Held On Saturday June
| 17Th, 2006 At 11:00Am At Church Of Holy Spirit, Howard
| Street. Officiating Will Be Fr. Harry Ward. Cremation Will
| Follow The Service.

| He Was Predeceased By Hs Son: Jarrod Powell;
Left To Cherish His Memories Are His Wife: Joan E. Powell;

2 Daughters: Lashon Sawyer And
Lisa Cambridge; 2 Step Sons:
Roger And Duncan Turnquest; 1
Step Daughter: Corinna Neely; 1
Son-in-law: Craig Cambridge; 2
Sisters: Lorette Fuller And Eleanor
Powell; 2 Brothers: Hugo And Noel
Powell; 1 Brother-in-law: John
Fuller; 1-Sister-in-law: Doris
Powell; 12 Grandchildren: Latoya
Sawyer, Travis Sawyer, Loren

Cambridge, Blair Cambridge, Tiye

Powell, And Tenisha Dean; 6

Neices: Patricia Fowler, Lon Fuller,

Ava Saunders, Kristie Powell, Katrina Powell, And Nicole
Deleveaux; 4 Nephews: Noel, Johnathan Mark And Scott |
Powell.; 11 Step Children: Tyrone, Corrinna ,Mahlia, Tyrinna _ |
And Arianna Neely, Kareem Mortimer, Duncan, Laroda, .
Roger And Crystal Turnquest; 1 Great- Grandson: Nickolai

Saunders; In Laws: Sylvia And Harcourt Cambridge, Audley

And Jaqueline Turnquest, Hugh And Mildred Turnquest,
Winifred Ferguson, Douglas And Willamae-Turnquest, Rebecca
And Cuthbert Bethel, Pauline Johnson, Ethel Johnson And
Their Families; Other Relatives And Friends Including: Bernard
And Ivy Turnquest, Francis Sawyer And Family Kenyon And
Trudy Pinder, Jack And Sue Cady, Ray Courtia, Glen Granger,
William And Tanya Saunders, Kipling Moss, Mr. And Mrs.
Rupert Stuart, Sidney Godet And Family, Dr. Leslie And
Beverley Culmer, Dr. Kirkland And Rachel Culmer, Dr. And
Mrs. Bernard Rolle, Capt. And Mrs Johnny Pratt, Mr. And
Mrs. Arthur Yearwood, Robert Darville, Billy Albury, Mr.
And Mrs. Kirk Griffin And Ida Symonette, Marguarite Dahl
And Family, Katrina Westing, Burke Edgecombe, Christopher
Pinder, Matthew Mitchell, Patrick Williams, Glen Granger
Jr., Holy Spirit Parish Family, Bibal Management And Staff,
St. Thomas Parish Family, First Caribbean Bank Family, The
Turnquest Family, The Dan Knottage Estate Family, Brown’s
Boat Basis, The Quilting Club And The Bec Family.

Viewing Will Be Held In The Celestial Suite At Restview |
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Limited, Robinson And |
Soldier Rd, On Friday From 10:00Am To 6:00Pm And At
The Church From 9:30Am Until Service Time |
In Lieu Of Flower: Donations May Be Sent To Church Of

The Holy Spirit Activity Center Fund.


CW. Joints tor all cars

g

Lowest Price Guranteed

call, 323-4797

-Direct & Buropean w/s in stock.
Bor all makes and models
5 including
pick-up trucks.

AIso door glass, vent glass
and back glass.
Miobile glass imstaHation
services available.

‘Tel: 393 - 9516
Fax: 393 - 9463

; email:
thewindshiecldhouse@yahoo.com
\ thewindshieldhouse@hotmail.com ,

Block Razr i Shvr 16
$319 a $259 ;
w/ad.$389 w/ad. $329 es fcc
Pink Rozr Slur 17 (mp3) See Led ADS aati
$339 $359 3 : oe :
iE wat $409 w/oa. $429 Call today 328-0002 / 502-2351
Sawin ; Viewsat Coral
CeO mma heaton Motorola V60 | Motorola ¥220 | eR ILL a PLO R Dt ed i {TDMA/Quikeell} $199 i w/Guide & ofl channels
EVO EEL VA Ta i : $149 w/act, $269 $299 FOR AN EXTRA $5 WE WILL

= . ota || COME AND TAKE THE PICTURE

eer RRP Ren an Leen enced

IN STOCK NOW!
02 Mazda Tribute
02 Ford Explorer

04 Mitsubishi Lancer

01 Honda Accord
02 Honda Civic

Fine Cars, 2002 Ford Explorer 2003 Ford Escape 2002 Chevy Tahoe en ee eae ae
5 ‘ Ig ue, Ee er int. or xpiorer
Sales 3 Rentals $18,000 $18,500 $31,500 — wocdsrain.co, 289% Honda Accord

2002 Honda Stream
Ph: 242 - 394-CARS (2277) Robinson Rd. (East of Mall at Marathon.) A ‘| ni 500 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer


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BBF #217
2004 Dodge Stratus,
alarm, 20" chrome rims, A/C, two ©
12"subs, sound system, tints,
$17,500 ONO,
Call: 636-7978 or 325-3156



BBF #217



2005 Dodge Neon SXT,
automatic, tan int. fully loaded, CD; A/C,
18" chrome rims, $14,500, excellent condition,
$14,500, financing available, call: 484-0758
anytime or 364-3313 after 5pm







BBF #223
18" Chrome rims,
witires, $1,200 ONO,
Call: 361-2324 or 395-2677

BBF #232
Yamaha Banshees,
almost new, tricked out, FMF Exhaust, VH1 air
filter, valve kit, jet kit, chrome swing arm,
Ronthal handle bars, $6,900 ask for Don, Call:
322-1722 or 424-9344

BBF #233

Windoms, Starting
@ $5,900, 95 & Up, Includes Lic. Insp. Plates,

full tank of gas, & 1 month warranty, available at

Bahamas Bus & Truck,
Call: 322-1723







BBF #276

BBF #235
1994 Honda Accord,
fully loaded, full body kit, 20" chrome rims,
clean title, sunroof,$9,000 ONO,
serious inquires only,
Call: 356-8269 or 436-2745







BBF #237
Avanti 25 ft. 225 Mercury,
on bracket, north star, Loran GPS,
navigation system, stero VHF, radios,
kaper performance,
tabs 7OMPH,
$16,000 ONO,
Call: 565-8881 or 364-7882

BBF #239
TIRES SPECIAL, :
175/70.13 for $49.99, 155/80/13 for $49.99, 205/40/1
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 ;

BBF #247

2000 Nissan Maxima,
fully pwr, in dash, DVD player,
Call: 477-6835,









1995 Cadillac Deville,
immaculate, distinctive,
$6,800,

Call: 392-1293 or 427-8806




BBF #256



BBF #254 -
1996 Toyota Toyace,
diesel truck, automatic,
Call: IBC Auto @ 393-6081

1995 Nissan Mistral,
4-wheel drive, 3-drs, very clean car,
Call: IBC Auto @ 393-6081







-1994 Evo Lancer GSR,
Carbon Fiber Hood/ Racing rims,
Yokohama tires,

Call IBC Auto @ 393-6081

BBF #257

1994 Mercedes E220,
cherry red, auto, RHD, auto, pwr
everything, cold A/C, $8,000.00

Call: 356-3260/324-1274

BBF #288
1993 Honda Civic,
17" rims, chrome CD,
extra clean,
runs great, automatic,
$3,800 ONO,
Call: 323-7002 or 502-2707



BBF #259 ;
1998 Honda Accord,
black, 18" chrome rims, sound system,
A/C, automatic, $6,500,
Call: 341-3880 or 426-7139



BBF #262
dust In From U.S.
1998 Honda Accord/ silver, CD & tape,
moon roof, A/C, $8,500 OBO,
Call: 357-4985 or 364-2085

BBF #267
2004 Nissan Sentra,
clean title, like new,
$12,000 ONO,
Call: 325-5973 or 426-9544

BBF #275 :
1999 Honda Civic,
red, fully loaded, super fast, DVD,
excellent condition
$9,000 ONO,
Call: 525-8064 or 422-6311

Stair Master Electric
$550 ONO and Pro Form Exerciser $350,
Call: 362-6040


Sis 0\ a

BBF #277
1980 Mercedes Benz .300SD,
turbo diesel, fully loaded, leather int.
excellent condition,
$3,500 ONO,
Call: 457-0145










y Ye
BBF #278

1992 Honda Civic,
red & black, 17" rims, full body kit, 6 speakers,
; ne well kept,
6,000 ONO
Call: 323-7556

BBF #279 ;
2002 Ford Mustang GT 5.0,
pwr everything, excellent condition,
low mileage,
bank approve, standard shift,
- $14,000 ONO,
Call: 328-3347 |






BBF #281





2001 F-150,
- 4-dr, fully loaded, A/C, CD,

fully pwr, work truck, starting @ $13,500,
325-6500 or 457-2526

Large Kenmore side by side,
like new water & ice in door,
only $750 ONO, almond color
Call: 362-6040






IBBF #286

BBF #299

BBF #282
1995 Honda Civic,
standard shift, A/C, sound system,
17" rims, sound system,
$3,800 OBO,
Call: 341-6688
or
455-1842

BBF #283
2002 Dodge Durango,
cold A/C, leather int. CD, excellent
condition, remote alarm,
seats 7 passenger,
$13,000 ONO,
Call: 359-0560 or 324-5869 evening



_--1995 Toyota Windom,

t RHD, excellent condition,
_never driven in the Bahamas,

$6,800 ONO,

Call: 325-8301

BBF #291 ys
2-DOOR BEVERAGE COOLER
$1,100 ONO
A-1 Condition, Call: 362-6040



1998 mazda Bongo,

9 seats A/C, extra clean, must see and drive to
appreciate, ideal for taxi or small church
57,000KM, $7,000:ONO,

3610809, 4225772, 362-1864






BBF #289 oe
1996 Chevy Blazer,
keyless entry, A/C, CD, leather int. factory rims,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 359-0560 or 324-5869 evening

























BBF #290
New Display Deli Cooler,
valued @ $4,500, selling for 1/2 price ONO,
Large Display Shelving fro whatever you want to
display, Only $200 ONO
Call: 362-6040








1993, 1994 and 1995
Toyota Coasier Bus,
make an offer, good business opportunity, -
all in good condition,
Call: 427-5460 or 361-0934









BBF #296
- Caterpillar OEM
or After market parts,
BEST PRICES, Truck & Tractor Parts,
Call: 305-776-8390 or 305-433-7004




BBF #304
1998 Nissan Sunny,
AC, chorme rims, automatic, clean int.
$4,500 OBO,
Call: 326-5267 or 436-4264








SS
BBF #294
1997 Dodge Stratus,
A/C, clean int. fully pwr, cassette player, alarm
system, $3,000 ONO,
Call: 341-4940 or 359-0883



BBF #295
1999 Honda Odyssey Van,
green, full loaded, fully pwr, bucket seats,
very clean , :
Call: 323-8970 or 365-8918

Tribune Issue 32.013 1 month Smith

BBF #287
1994 Nissan Sunny,
RHD, excellent condition,
never driven in the Bahamas,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 325-8301

BBF #297
1999 Neon Moonroof,
A/C, CD, $2,950,
Call: 324-1483



RIB #304
1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE,
, RELIABLE, POWERFUL ( UP TO 50 MPH), SAY
GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC. 394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.
TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.


spare = =





BBF #300
2003 Dodge Stratus SXT,
2-dr, A/C, 4-disc CD Changer, remote start,
plenty pwr, only one on island, $10,500, DJ set
for Sale, $2,500,
Call: 324-7320, 455-5977 or 323-2548








BBF #301
03 Chevy Trail Blazer,
like new, dual A/C, CD player, pwr everything,
asking $18,500 Bank Approve,
Call: 328-3347



BBF #302
2001 Ford F-150,
red, clean title, 6 disc CD Changer,
pwr everything, $15,000 OBO,
Call: 328-0146 or 565-0899 ask for Dion

TRUCK OR BUS
Can't find parts, then we can help.
We serve the Caribbean
137 Maxfield Avenue
Kingston 10 Jamaica, W.1.
Tel: 876-968-6840-3;
FAX: 876-968-6844

EMAIL: Sunshineauto @ cwjamaica.com

RIB #378
1997 Mercedes E230
White / with beige interior
Price:
$9,900.00 ONO
Tel: 322-1069



PAGE 22, FHURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006

BBF #305

2005 Mitsubishi Galant ES, _
moonroof, leather int., 6 disc CD CHanger,
control music from steering wheel,
Call: 364-3465 or 324-2329





BBF #306

Ford Eco Sport,





low mileage, excellent condition, fully loaded,
manual transmission,
$15,000, Call: 356-9323









For Sale
2006 Yahama YBR 125cc
3200km/1900miles
Almost brand new, runs great, low maintenance
and VERY fuel-efficient.
$2200.00
Call Cameron at 477-1476 or 377-0039

RIB #131
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Silver with tan interior, Original chevy rims,
automatic windows & door, AC, AM/FM, radio,
jood condition.
7,000.00 ONO
Tel: 393-0547 Cell: 423-8183

RIB #156
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 # 236
2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE(EX)
Silver with black interior
$20,000.00
Duel exhaust, leather interior, 6 disc changer Alloy
wheels, sunroof, spoiler Automatic

Tel: 393-6218 Cell: 455-2719

RIB # 275
1996 HONDA ACCORD.
Tan/grey, 2 door auto, power windows,
CD player. $4,500.00 firm
Tel: 364-7423 Cell.454-1481/426-9762
1994 4 DOOR CIVIC, Auto, power windows,
as is/parts. $1800.00 Firm
Call: 426-9762 Ask for Nat

RIB #146
2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
$24,000.00 ONO, 74,000 mileage,
black, 4 door, automatic, power everything, grey
cloth interior, AM/FM/CD/Cassette player, factory
alarms, tinted windows.
Excellent condition, U must see fo appreciate
Call: 558-4585 leave message

RIB #150 j
1998 FORD EXPLORER
Cherry Red, mocha, 4 door, Lady driven, garage
kept, 5 speed standard shift,
One owner. with a full tank of gas,

Best offer takes her home

Tel: 394-8796/393-2939

Cell: 477-321 1/359-0179

RIB #201
1996 NISSAN MAXIMA

Burgundy with beige leather interior :

$5,500.00 4 door, 1996 HONDA ACCORD $5,800.00
1996 FORD ESCORT $3,500.00
2003 DODGE NEON $9,500 with 18” chrome rims
Have to see to appreciate.
Just in from the US, Very clean
Tel: 424-5958




















RIB #132
1999 White Dodge Dakota Sport Truck
Truck is in good condition,
and has been wel: maintained
with regular servicing.

Asking $8,000 ONO-
Call 324-2333,
377-0134 or 327-3578






RIB #135"








HONDA ACCORD, EX
Tan with tan interior, CD, AC, tints, factoy rims,
4 doors, stick shift, Just like new

Asking $5,500.00 :
1995 HONDA ACCORD LX,
Tape, radio, AC, white, 2 door, stick shift
Asking $4,500.00
Tel: 364-3691 or 557-1205



RIB # 333
e 2000 FORD F-150 XLT
Brown, Fully loaeded, mint condition, low miles,

cold AC, with CD player, functional hood scoop,
running boards, chrome accessories, runs great,

$14,000.00 ONO Price can’t be beaten
Call Prime 323-51 96/ 552-8277 or 457-2791



RIB #155
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 #372
1994 HONDA CIVIC
Purple with gre y interior
$3,8000.00
car in excellent shape, runs perfect. New paint
and tints, All original radio, starts first crawk &
: only 72K miles..
Owner leaving Island,
limited time offer.
Tel: 361-2711
Cell: 456-1780 or 551-6568


RIB #158
1998 MITSUBISHI PAJERO
WHITE EXT, GREY INT,
4-DR, S/S, 4. WHEEL DRIVE.
GOOD COND.
SERVICE SS eat AT DEALER .
0

Must sell
TEL 324-2261, 357-7139

es
LE

TRIB #164
1996 WHITE BUICK LASABRE
Grey leather interior with 20” rims.
Asking price $6,500.00
Kenny’s Auto Electrical
Call: 395-2236 ask for Josey’

RIB #169

2000 TOYOTA CAMRY,

green ext, tan leather int.
Excellent cond, well kept, low miles,

very reliable,
$9,500.00 ONO
must sell, make an offer.
Tel 324-7112 /424-6484

[TRIB #195
2000 NISSAN SENTRA WAGON
$6500.00
Great, reliable vehicie.
Clean & well maintained.

Automatic, power windows, AC, AM/FM Radio
- Must Sell, Leaving Island
Tel: 327-5400 Cell: 535-8407 3

RIB #262

1994 NISSAN CIVILIAN
Blue with red interior, 6 cylinder, AC
30 seater passenger bus.
$11,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0103 Cell: 436-7411



RIB #202 .
1984 25FT MONZA
Deep V speed boat with 2- 200 HP Mercury &
trail, good condition. Price for the summer
$17,500.00
Tel: 341-6868 or 393-7475/395-4932

RiB #221

Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
Dependable Transportation. Inexpensive to operate
and you wont get stuck in traffic. $2,200. Available at
Harbourside Marine on East Bay Street. 393-0262.

RIB #221A .
- Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle
125cc 4 Stroke, Great Quality,
Reduced to $2,400.00
At Harbourside Marine,
East Bay Street, 393-0262

1999 HONDA SHADOW
Mint condition
$5,500.00
Black with chrome accessories
Ready to ride



Tel: 427-7095

TRIB #263 |
1995 HONDA, RED
$6,000.00 ONO
Leather seats, sunroof, AC, CD,
power locks, rims .
Tel: 393-0946 Cell: 636-6540

RIB #246
1994 Honda Accord RHD
2.2 Vtec, A/C, CDplayer
remote start, sunroof
$4,500.00
Call 362-1321
or
457-1376

1993 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Maroon with maroon interior
$3,000.00 ONO
Vehicle in good condition, 4 door, automatic
Owner is leaving the Island
Tel: 525-6850 or 556-1149

RIB #250
- 4999 LANDROVER Discovery II
Silver champagne with grey interior
$18,000.00 ONO
Fully loaded
Tel: 327-0316 Cell: 454-1606

TRIB #254

1995 LEXUS ES-300
Pearl with beige interior
$8,500.00 ONO
Cell: 436-6565

RIB #270
2004 DODGE DURANGO
Navy blue with any loathe interior
Vehicle is fully loaded, wooden finished interior, V8

magnum engine, Alarm infinity,

Am/FM, CD Stereo.
A dream vehicle, must see to appreciate even

more, low mileage

Tel: 341-0012 Cell: 557-0350

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006, PAGE 23

RIB #255
FORD EXPLORER XLS
White with grey interior
$6,000.00
Runs and drives, Quick sale needed. AC, powe
win dows & locks
Tel: 434-0107

1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE .

Rudy red w/ gold embiems & 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 $8,500.00 ONO

Financing available $1300.00 down
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave
message. (factory rims available by request)

RIB #259
22' Donzi classic
show new, year 2000, 80mph, only 97hrs on
huil, float on trailer, 2 hrs on the 502mag engine
and drive ,all new everything, pumps, 1000
watts clarion ,batteries,sw,livorsi, cover,lights,
trim,silent choice,etc...turn key must see
$45.000 ,424-0130



RIB #260
Dream Bike 2004 HONDA VTX 1300 CC.
TOTALLY CUSTOMIZED.FAST
AND POWERFUL. TROPHY WINNER FOR BEST
LOOKING BIKE.
INVESTED.SACRIFICE FOR 17,500.00.
CALL RICKY @ 359-0179

73
2003 black Nissan Maxima,
fully loaded, leather int., A/C, CD, excellent
condition, Just In From U.S. low miles
$12,000 ONO,
Call: 426-5339, or 323-1692




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RIB #271
1998 TOYOTA WINDOM
Pearl with white interior
$8,000.00

RIB #265
1999 FORD PASSENGER BUS
Green, Seats 15 people, cold AC,
drives like new
perfect fora church bus
Only $14,000.00
Tel: 328-2083 —











stereo, fog lamp remote key,
CD/ power radio, mirror, TV
Tel: 324-3041 Cell: 477-3457



RIB #266 #272



-2003 JEEP LIBERTY CHURCH BUS FOR SALE
Blue poe grey interior 2003 FORD BUS






33 seats
1997 BMW Right hand drive,
owner leaving Island
Call: 323-8440

Fully loaded Only one (1) owner. In excellent
condition, serviced record available.
Tel: 341-8489 Cell: 359-1641










1990 NISSAN 300ZX
Black with black/grey interior

Engine in good condition A real steal

$1200.00
Tel: 425-7915 or 393-3427

Tel: 341-0012 Cell: 557-0350

1997 Buick Skylark

#158000 ~ 1998 Ford Explorer






TRIB #296
1999 FORD RANGER XLT
Champaigne, dual cab
$8,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition,
New spray top, recently serviced
Tel: 328-3953
Cell: 525-1563

TRIB #302

1996 FORD RANGER
Red with black interior
$7,200:00
AC, AT, Stereo
$7,200.00
Tel: 393-3949



power steering, air bags, central locking, power
windows, sunroof air condition, power seats,







RIB.#269
$5,000.00 OBO (8’) EIGHT FOOT POOL TABLE.
5 speed, very fast t-top, Table includes both 8 balls and 9 ball racks.
2 door, All balls, brush and other accessories.

1999 DODGE RAM

$6,000.00
1999 Bene’ =: 1997 FORD RANGER nee
$4,500.00 $4,000.00 eee F-150
8500.00
1997 Toyota Windom :
1997 Kia Jee
$8,500.00 Tel: 328-208 $7,500.00



RIB #274

WHITE WITH BROWN
. INTERIOR
$6,000.00 ONO
TEL: 322-4235 9-5PM
CELL: 565-1992

1996 MERCEDES C180 SEDAN
Green with black interior -
$10,000.00 OBO
4 door automatic, power windows/locks.

Excellent condition, AC needs repair. 52,500
miles Can be viewed at old King & Kriohis

Tel: 477-7908

*

RIB #272
2005 Hyundai ht 65.
dark blue, Fully loaded.
Asking price is
$23,000,
Tel:394-0774











RIB #294
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, BLACK
31,000.00 miles,

20’ spinners, two (2) 12” speakers
$19,000.00 OBO
~ Tel: 557-4552

2002 IZUZU REDEO, LS
Navy blue with grey interior
$23,000.00
Fully loaded,-One lady owner, 34K mileage
Tel: 364-6839 Cell: 357-3122



1975 CORVETTE CHEVY







86
1998 CHRYSLER SIBRING
Convertible, Green with tan/grey interior AM/FM,
CD, tape, Factory amp.
600.00
Tel: 341-6476 Cell: 535-1996
















RIB #287

2002 HONDA CRV EXL
Silver with black leather interior. Excellent
condition, ave leaving Island, XM/Radio,
D, AC, Fully loaded,
gpa. 000.00 ONO
Must See! Call: 327-5636 or 477-6053









RIB #282.

1994 LEXUS 300
WHITE WITH WHITE
LEATHER INTERIOR

$5,900.00
GOOD CONDITION
TEL: 393-5961














RIB #295
1998 PAJERO JEEP
STANDARD SHIFT, 2 DOOR SPORTS
86,000 MILES, AC, RADIO, TAPE,
VERY CLEAN, ONE OWNER
CONTACT PERSON: MRS. FORBES 326-4202
BETWEEN THE HOURS OF
8AM - 7PM
ASKING PRICE $8000.00 AS IS.









RIB #319 .
1996 FORD ESCORT, GREEN
2 door. Very well kept,
: 4 cylinder,
96,000 miles. Good condition
Tel: 427-3909





RIB #309









: FOR SALE
FOUR GOOD YEAR HD EDITION
_P245/75R16 Fortera Tyres with 6” slug” hole
rims and one goodrich radial longtrail P 235/75
R16 Tyre/6 slug hole rim (not ipic) used for
spare. Call: 359-1623








RIB #298
2000 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP
Limited Edition, Green, V8 engine,
leather interior, 5 disc CD player,
Good condition,Sun roof, tape player
00 ;

$15,000.
Tel: 323-6087 Cell: 557-1323

RIB #299
2000 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP
LAREDO
Tan , 5 disc CD player, tape player,
Good condition
$14,000.00
Tel: 323-6087 Cell: 557-1323












01

2005 FORD EXPLORER XLS, SUV
JUST IN FROM THE US

White with grey interior, clean title, like new,

Call for pricel!!

low miles,-V6 engine, fully loaded

with AV-trac system... 20” chrome wheels.

’ Cell: 565-2884 or 322-5525





RIB #301
* 1998 CHEVY LUMINA LTZ

Green with beige interior
$9,000.00 ©
V6 302, Mag rims/12 cart stereo, CD,
Excellent condition, -
leather seats, sunroof
Tel:393-3949








RIB #303

$1500.00 ONO serious inquiries only





RIB #305

1993 LEXUS ES 300
Black with tan leather interior,
need transmission repair .

Cell: 454-0765 Allen

« 2001 MITSUBISHI, RED

convertible with beige interior, 30,000.00



miles Duty paid.
Excellent condition:
Will consider reasonable offers.
Tel: Freeport 457-9974

RIB #307

DVD MOUNTED PLAYER

DVD/LCD/CD Radio, in dash player, brand new

still in box, retails locally for over $2,300.00
selling for‘half the price, call around.
PS 2 GAMES
New and used, selling for $25/$45
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791

RIB #308

1998 CHEROKEE GRAND LAREEDO.

Gold with grey interior, Fully loaded, clean inside!
and out, low miles, V6, price for quick sale, See

to appreciate, CD player,
We bring vehicle in for a low price P.C
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791



RIB #326

Dvr ses at



1993 TOYOTA COROLLA
Blue with blue interior
$4000.00 ONO
Excellent condition, new AC, new CD player

clean in & out, Very fuel effficient
~Tel: 324-1770 Cell: 565-6247



























RIB #310
2001 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW
Black with tan interior.

Fully loaded, 6 disc CD changer,
low mileage
$15,000.00 ONO
Tel: 427-9808

RIB #312
1993 GMC SIERRA DISEL
Sky blue with grey interior. Extened cab SLE
$17,000.00 ONO
AC, power windows, good condition,
Great for work or play
Tel:324-1449 Cell: 557-3908

RIB #313
1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Light blue with grey interior
$5,500.00 OBO
Great condition,
Ice cold AC
Tel: 434-3319 Cell: 552-3157

RIB #318
TOP OF THE LINE
Tires/Rims, 2006 18” brand new,
rides comfortable $1500.00
Tel: 322-4591 anytime



RIB #336
1999 BUICK CENTURY, GOLD
luxury 4 door, Leather interior, CD player, low
mileage, AC, power windows, locks,
Fully loaded, V6
$7,500.00
Tel: 394-0761 Cell: 455-9134



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RIB #321

FOR SALE 1999 BMW 323i,
4 doors, 6 cylinders. Car has 44,000 miles and
has been well kept, A full service has just been
completed including engine, brakes & AC. Other’
features include: leather seats, harmon karmin

surround sound stereo
CD & electric seats with memory
$17,000 OBO
Tel: 362-5291 Cell: 424-4620




























RIB #322









2001 KIA SEPHIA
Grey with grey interior, standard shift,
CD, AC,4 door, Excellent condition,
Must see
$6,000.00
Tel: 341-1194 Cell: 525-5233











RIB #324 :
2001 INFINITY G-20T, SEDAN
Silver with beige interior
$10,500.00 OBO

RIB #326
1993 TOYOTA COROLLA
Blue with blue interior
$4000.00 ONO
Excellent condition, new AC, new CD player
clean in & out, Very fuel effficient
Tel: 324-1770 Cell: 565-6247



RIB #343
2000 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue with grey interior, 4 doors
In Excellent condition AC,P/S P/B
‘Asking $4,700.00 ONO
Tel: 324-5107 ~
Cell: 357-8508"


RIB #328
2005 INFUNITY G-35, BLACK
2 door ,leather interior, CD. S/S,
low low mileage
Call for price



aiter 6PM
1¢97 DAEWOO RACER

i $2000 ONO SOLD AS |S

interior, Fully
ory Silver rims, }
clean. like new. 19,000 miles t
Asking $47.000 JONO |
896 HONDA ACCORD Like new |
$6,000.00
3691 Ceil:557-1205

Tel: 364-

RIB #332
1995 NISSAN SUNNY
Light blue with grey interior ,4 door sedan
$3,000.00
Nice car, runs great, sound system ready
Tel: 364-2217 Cell: 436-6804

RIB #335
1996 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Black with grey interior, RS Stick shift
$4,500.00 OBO
Very clean, sound system
chrome rims $500.00, CD player, cold AC,

original owner from the states

Tel: 426-6213

RIB #370
1998 TOYOTA CORALLA
Buu with pele fe erioh VE

4 door, 4 cyl, auto, AG. cae, great family car, good on
gas, runs great. ALSO 1998 Pontlac GT supercharger-
FAST $4000
1992 LEX! S LS 400 $7500 ONO
Call Prime: 323-5196, 552-8277 or 457-2491

Tel: 557-31 15/392-6542
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SS
RIB #337
2000 DODGE DURANGO
White with beige leather interior
$18,060.00 ONO ©

Silly loaded, tow package, 20” chrome rims,

CD, ‘AC, Excellent condition,

power everything, side step,

third row seats

GREAT GEAL j
1887 24’ MAKG/ W/TRAILER i
225 Yamaha GPS, VHF Radio, AM/FM Stereo |
W/CD player. Comes with
1997 JEEP WRANGLER 4.0L. ;
Both in excetlent condition if
Both. $25,000.00 |
Tel: 861-2245 Cell: 457-2458 |

TRIB #340

1994 HONDA ACCORD

AC, 18” rims and sunroof

Tel: 426-1056 or 328-6061
Asking $4,500.00

2003 HONDA 650R
Red and white trail
$4,500.00
Serious inquiries only

- Tel: 325-3776
Cell: 427-4164 or 328-3228

RIB#231
1997 Mercedes E230
White / with beige interior
Price:
$9,900.00 ONO
Tel: 322-1069







RIB #344 ©
1995 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP

limited, Black with brown interior, Automatic,

ieather, power everything
$5,000.00
Tel: 326-3898

Eelert condition,
tripie axle trailer

$27 500.00 Call: por 3710

RIB #350
1994 HONDA LEDGEND

Blue with grey interior, 2 door, fully loaded,

full power with sunfoof and CD radio.
Really sharp looking car
Only $7,500.00
Tel:356-2300/ 424-0035

RIB #351
1995 BUICK REGAL
Blue with tan interior

$2,000.00 ONO

Tel: 324-0187

Cell: 427-2600

RIB #184
1995 25FT CELEBRITY,
New float trailer $22,500.00
Excellent condition, Sleep 2 w/200 Mariner,
GPS, VHF Radio
Tel: 1-786- 423- 1484 or 324-7753








RIB #357
2003 FORD F-150 XLT
Tan with tan interior, supercab,
‘Fully loaded, 4.6 liten, V8,
$21,600.00 offer
Tel: 324-1328(H)

356-7848(W)






3002 FORD F-150 XLT
slack with dark grey interior, stepside
$14,800.00
Fully loaded, 4.2 liten V6
Tel: 8324-1328(H) 356-7848(W)

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RIB #359 -

2002 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
Light blue with grey interior
$16,500.00 offer
Fully loaded
Tel: 324-1328(H) 356-7848(W)

RIB #368
OLD FORD EXPEDITION,

All black/leather interior, 22” rims(chrome)
low mileage, runs great
$23,000.00 ONO
Tel: 361-3671 Cell: 454-8758

RIB #268
23 FT ABACO SKIFF CENTER CONSOLE,
‘Bimini top & trailer. Already modified for a stern
drive diesel engine $12,000.00
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 362-2049





RIB #374
1994 NISSAN SENTRA
For sale Asking
$2,500.00 ONO
Phone: 327-6746
or
454-8213

RIB #733.
1991 DODGE SPIRIT, FOR SALE
$1,500.00
Tel: 364-2969 Cell: 423-0409/ 535-4913
324-5850 Ask for Ashton

RIB 297

2000 HONDA ACCORD
White with beige interior, 4 door sedan, p/w,

p/s, p/l AC, auto transmission. One owner
clifford intelliguard 700 alarm system w/engine
kill switch $9,500.00 OBO
Right hand drive,
Tel: 394-2357 or 364-5285 after 6:00pm







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BE BEAUTIFULLY
BRIGHT IN 3-5 DAYS
ORDER NOW WHILE SUPPLIES
LAST!
364-8204





‘|BBF #309

16' Sea Ray Jet Boat,

Mercury 125HP engine, comes witrailer in
excellent condition, seats 5 and has tow car for
water skiing, convertible Bimini Top, excellent
for Island Hopping, $7,500 OBO,

Call: 356-6782

2000 DAEWOO LANOS SX SEDAN
Hatchback, Forest green with dark grey
interior. Excellent condition, tinted windows, CD,
tape/Am/FM stereo player system, power locking
windows, Bazooka 8” speaker & amplifier, car
alarm, engine immoldizer
Owner leaving the Island,
$4,000.00 Must See.

Tel: 327-4348 Cell: 525-0923/425-5344

TRIB #192A
_ FOR SALE:
19 ft. very fast Reef/Pleasure Boat
2004 200 HP Yamaha
Depth Finder, GPS,CD Player, Trailer, New
Bimini Top, Out Riggers

CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417



M/V FAMILY AFFAIR 53FT PME
Fully equip fishing vessel, all equipment in
new condition. 1271 main engine rebuilt 03,
27KW Kubota generator put in 2002 ,Two
3 ton
compressor freezer units put in 2001,
water maker, F
Aluminum stabilizers and a 2,1000 gallon
gas tank. Central air 3 ton train unit put in
2005,

Anchor winch, Automatic pilot, sideband,
depth finder, GPS, and VHF. Deep net-
Shallow net,

Brand new 90 Mercury. Sleeps 10
$130,000.00 ONO
Boat in Eleuthera,

Tel: 335-3410, 3353296, 3353224
Nassau 3932377

RIB #198
Spanish style-Ocean Front house,
Vista Marina Sub-division of West Bay St. for rent by
owner short/long term rental $4,000p/m- 3 beds/3-?
bath/ One of the beds have its own private entrance.
Call 322-6221. To preview, visit this website:
_.... http://spaces.msn.com/casasolbahamas.

RIB #192.
FOR SALE
16’ Hewes Bonefisher (1998) (Flats/Skiff)
Lady Yellow
90 Yamaha, EZ Trailer, New Steering Head,
Steering Cable, Trolling Motor Mount, Cooler,
New Battery, Push Pole, Ready to Fish!

$13,
CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417

RIB #157 - 2004 BOSTON WHALER
White/Blue stripe and white interior
$110,000.00
Sleeps 2-4, fridge, sink, shower, 30 gal holding
tank, 2- 100 gal fuel tanks. Twin 225 yamaha,
radar, GPS, 1 com, Fishfinder, Deck fish
preparea, 3 batteries. Tel: 457-6524



RIB #193
25’ Delta, Fiberglass Boat
6Cyl Perkins 200 HP, 15 KTS,

1500 LBS Fish Hold, 200 Gallon Fuel Tank

PRICE: 12,000.00 File # S-575
HYPERLINK “mailto:John @ shipsusa.com"

John@shipsusa.com HYPERLINK
“http://www.Shipsusa.com" www.Shipsusa.com
; P: 321-784-5982F: 321 784-6902

BBF #285
31ft Bertram Fiber glass boat,
200 Hp, Yamaha engines,
going cheap or will trade,
Call: 361-7917

RIB #253
PM 010, COLEMAN 3125 W GENERATOR
10 hours of run time,
Discount Price $1800.00

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RIB #291
48’ FISHING BOAT
871 Engine, 20 KW generator Isuzu
20,000 Ib freezer, 12 ton freezer unit
13 ton freezer unit,
$85.000.00 ONO
Tel: 357-9688 or 325-4472

RIB #317
1990 20’ WELLCRAFT CENTER CONSOLE
200 HP, Green/black, Mercury outboard engine
Trailer and many parts included.
Asking $8,000.00 OBO
Contact 324-4586/422-3117 324-0644/325-
6447/9

BBF #284
7 1/2 * 7 1/2 Heavy Grit Surface tile,
for Industrial use 0.49 each for 100 or more,
0.39 for 300 or more,
Call: 361-7917

For Sale Cellular
Phones
Starting @ $80,
Motorola Slvr $250,
Motorola L7 $300,
Razr (Pink, Blue,
Black) $300,
Motorola Peb! $350,
and Many More To
Choose From,

Call: 455-6856



NEW AND USED
GAMES
FOR PSP, PS2,
XBOX X BOX 360
FROM
$14,95- $89.95

CALL FOR LISTING
328-6160

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Solid Oak TV, -
DVD & Hi-Fi
Cabinet,
stained and treated,
12 months old,



1 WEDDING DRESS
perfect for a prom or
a wedding, beige, trim
















with pink, designed to immaculate
fit 9-10 or 140-160 condition,
in size. Value at cost $4,275




$1000,00

brand new, owner
going for best offer.

going back to UK














Only serious inquiries quick sale
need call only $950 neg.
BBF #307







RIB #230 ; T: 327 5561
. Good As New - $630 OBO. : : '
Sony DCR DVD201 Camcorder w/ 4 hr. battery,
charger, UV protector filter,
carrying case and 1 mini DVD-RW disk.
. 394-2337

Sewing Machines for sale,
- table top $125,
Industrial Machine $350,
w/table,
Call: 356-6782

Tel:556-0612/
436-6213







RIB #133
























; RIB #232
Abe ane Brand New GE Profile Cooktop PURE BRED COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES RIB #279
; : - Value $1250 in US For sale, Available colors: light brown or black PUPPIES FOR SALE
Bamboo Folding Chairs, Price $750 ono : $650.00 Bichon Frise, Male ONLY
40 ea. 424-0675(anytime) or 324-5356 after 7 $800.00
Call: 326-5925 Call 377 0201 or 422 1481 Mr Cartwright Tel: 361-3104 Cell: 424-0147



125CC JAILIN 4 CYCLE ENGINE,
$1800

Automatic, Inexpensive but reliable.
All models are fuel efficient
Immediately West of Basra, East Bay St
Tel: 326-7508