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Title:
The Tribune
Uniform Title:
Tribune (Nassau, Bahamas)
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Nassau tribune
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Nassau, Bahamas
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Tribune
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2006
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Daily, except Sunday
daily
normalized irregular
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English
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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Bahamas

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Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.

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have to-rise’ to meet
BEWU pay conditions

lm By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

AS MEMBERS .of the
Bahamas Electrical Workers
Union walked off the job yester-
day, interrupting services at the
corporation’s head office, man-

agement wa ned that if they gave __

in to the union’s pay demands,
BEC would have no choice but
to raise its basic rate of electrici-
ty.
Calling this latest industrial
action an “illegal” demonstra-

tion, management at BEC are ©

calling for members. of the
BEWU to bargain in good faith,
and act in a proper manner with-
out affecting the corporation’s
service to its customers. |

Speaking to The Tribune yes-
terday, BEC general manager
Kevin Basden said that the union
is seeking adjustments to.a num-
ber of issues that had already
been settled in the-union’s pre-
vious agreement.

He warned that if the corpo-
ration was to give in on every
union demand, it would have no
choice but to raise the basic rate
of electricity to the general pub-
lic.

Mr Basden explained that one
of these items was the issue of
retroactive pay for weekly work
hours that would extend, he said,
“back a number of years”.

“The union is alleging that
there is some outstanding issues
that need to be resolved. Meet-
ings have been held with the

Minister of Labour over the past,

couple of weeks to put in place
an arbitrary agreement for these
matters to be referred to. The
corporation agreed for this
process.



“However at the last minute

the union indicated that they no’

longer wanted this private arbi-
tration, and they then took
action. Our view is that the law
specifies the manner in which
issues or disputes are resolved
and there is a proper way for
them. to be dealt with, and we
encourage the union to deal with

_that,” he said. :
Mr Basden reminded the

union that all workers are there
to provide service to their cus-
tomers and that should still be a
responsibility that they take seri-
ously. He said the corporation

will have to look into what can:

be done to prevent such “illegal”
action happening in the future.
“We have always been open
and available for discussions. The
matter was in the hands of the
Minister of Labour' with a view

. of having this matter resolved.

So we were taken aback that per-
sons walked off the job.

“Let me also say that there is
an existing agreement between
the corporation and the union.
That agreement was signed in
2004 and it covers the period of
2003 to 2007. A number of the
issues that they are raising have
already been signed off and
agreed in that industrial agree-
ment,” he said.

‘Mr Basden gave as an example .

the working hours that were
reduced from 40 hours a week
to 35.

“The existing agreement cov-
ers the working hours quite
clearly,” said Mr Basden. “What
Ican say is that if the corporation
would give in to all the union
demands we would have no
choice but to raise the basic rate
of electricity.”

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| Willie Moss

leaves Port
Authority

@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT - The Grand
Bahama Port Authority
announced Wednesday that
the position of deputy chair-
man held by Mrs Willie Moss
has been made redundant.

Mrs Moss is the third
Bahamian executive to leave
the company in the past sev-
eral weeks. Her departure
comes just two weeks after the
resignation of Barry Malcolm,

SEE page 11





(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune staff)

Bahamas to discuss
a new agreement
for the return of

Cubans captured in
Bahamian waters

@ By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

THE Bahamas will initiate
discussions for a new agree-
ment with the Cuban govern-
ment for the return of all
Cubans captured in Bahamian
waters as a part of new efforts
to prevent security breaches
at the Carmichael Road
Detention Centre, Immigra-
tion and Labour Minister

Shane Gibson told the House,

in a Communication yester-
day.

SEE page 11

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FNM skeptical
about govt's

school promises

@ By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE FNM is sceptical about
government’s ability to deliver
on its promises of school expan-
sion and new school construc-
tion.

Following a statement by
Public Works Minister Bradley

Roberts in the House of Assem- 3

bly yesterday, the FNM recalled
that every promise by this gov-
ernment to build a new school
has remained unfulfilled for
four years. ’

Yesterday, Mr Roberts in his

contribution to the House of :

Assembly, announced that a

SEE page 10

- $1.7m
worth of

marijuana

is seized
B By CHESTER ROBARDS.

ACTING on a tip, Operation
Bahamas Turks and Caicos offi-
cers seized 847 pounds of mari-
juana yesterday in the area of the
Marshall Road boat ramp.

Police suspect the drugs to
have a street value of almost $1.7
million.

According to police, around
four o’clock yesterday morning
officers noticed five men acting
suspiciously. When the men saw
the officers they fled the scene,
resulting in the officers giving
chase.

During an initial search of the

area the officers discovered sev- .

eral bales of marijuana. Further
searches by police uncovered sev-
eral more bales.

According to Superintendent
Raymond Gibson, who is in

charge of the Drug Enforcement -
Unit, officers found a total of 27

bales of marijuana.
The officers apprehend two of

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Ingraham
announces
he won't be
attending
NIA renaming
ceremony

lm By ROYANNE
FORBES-DARVILLE

CONTROVERSY brewed
yesterday in the House of
Assembly when Hubert Ingra-
ham, leader of the Free Nation-
al Movement, announced that
he would not be attending
today’s renaming ceremony for

‘the change of name from Nas-

sau International Airport to the
Lynden Pindling International
Airport.

Mr Ingraham informed the
Speaker that neither he nor any
member of the FNM, had
received an invitation to attend
the event.

“IT have just been handed an
envelope containing five invi-
tations for the renaming of Nas-
sau International Airport, need-

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LOCAL NEWS

Americans in the
Bahamas celebrated
their independence
on Tuesday with
parties and firework
displays

IN her third day as president
of the, College of the Bahamas,
Janyne Hodder addressed
members of the media for the

' first time.

She said that in order for her
administration to work well, it
will need the media’s interest
and support, as well as its criti-
cism.

Ms Hodder also spoke about
some of her aspirations for the
future of the college.

“My current mandate is to
lead the evolution of the col-
lege of the Bahamas to the Uni-
versity of the Bahamas,” she
said.

She praised the college for its
achievement in yielding highly
successful graduates, such as
James Jason Murray — an aero-
space scientist, Bornadata
Evans — a biochemist: and
Robert Glinton — a senior
researcher in artificial intelli-
gence.

“We must learn to say ‘our
college’ and ‘our university’ and

COB as one of the nations dear-

est possessions,” she said.
‘Ms Hodder contends that

every single person and family

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throughout the Bahamas should
be able to feel the positive
impact of the College of the
Bahamas, but assures the public
that the college will need their
help — “champions and critics
alike”.

She said she is pleased to

-address the media and public

during this exciting week, as
Bahamians honour a founding
father and remember the
moment the Bahamas became a
sovereign nation. —

“I was here then and am

back now to do good work in.

the service of this country,” she
said. . :
Mrs Hodder’s nomination for

“president of COB was met with

vocal opposition.
_ The Union of Tertiary Edu-
cators (UTEB) felt the college
was not being transparent with
the nomination process and oth-
ers thought COB needed a
Bahamian president.

All of this prompted her to
withdraw from the presidential
race earlier this year.

Mrs Hodder said that now :

that the she has been named
the new president, she feels
that people have moved past
the contentious issues that
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Tourists
robbed on

Western

Esplanade

ANOTHER vacation in
the Bahamas has been tar-
nished after two tourists
found themselves without
money, credit cards or a
mode of communication after
a being robbed.

According to Assistant
Commissioner Reginald Fer-
guson, two women visiting
from Florida were robbed
Tuesday night around 9pm.

The women were report-
edly on the Western
Esplanade looking out at the
sea when a man allegedly
struck one lady with a bot-
tle, grabbed her bag and fled.

The woman reportedly had
$40 in cash, several credit
cards and a cell phone in her
bag. Her present condition is
stable.

Police are investigating the
incident.

Man faces
armed
robbery
charge

A 20-YEAR- OLD man

was charged with two counts ©

of armed robbery in Magis-
trate's Court yesterday.
Cabreo Wells was charged,

-while concerned with anoth-

er and armed with a cutlass,
with robbing Lefrandieu
Charlton of two-cell phones
and $200 in cash on Saturday
May 13,

A second count stated that

ir on the same day Wells, being

concerned with another and
armed with a cutlass robbed
Michaél Abraham of a cell
phone and $200 in cash.

Wells who appeared.

before magistrate Marilyn
Meers at Court five on Bank
Lane was not required to
plead to the charge and was
remanded to prison. His case
resumes on October 4.



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In brief

18-year-old |
jailed for
weapon
offence

AN 18-year-old man was sen-
tenced to serve a year in jail
after pleading guilty in Magis-
trate’s Court yesterday to a
weapons charge.

Sean Bowles, alias Michael
Johnson, appeared before Mag-
istrate Carolita Bethel yester-
day to answer to the charge of
possession of an unlicensed
firearm.

._-* Bowles admitted that police

found him in possession of a
chrome .357 Magnum revolver
on July 1.

Magistrate Bethel sentenced
Bowles to serve one year in jail
for the on the weapon's charge.

Eleuthera
man fails
to appear
in court

‘A WARRANT of arrest was
issued yesterday for a 57-year-
old Eleuthera man who failed to
appear in court to answer to
drug charges.

It is alleged that on Sunday
June 25 at Prince George
Wharf, Carl Johnson was found
possession of three grams of
marijuana and 1/4 ounce of
cocaine. Johnson is expected to
be arraigned on the charge
before magistrate Guillimena
Archer at Court nine on Nassau
Street.

Man admits
to causing
grievous
harm

A MAN 20, pleaded guilty in

‘Magistrate's court yesterday to

the charge of causing grievous
harm.

It is alleged that Rodnel Poly-
dor on- Wednesday June 28
caused harm to Kennington
Rolle. Polydor is expected to
return before Chief Magistrate

_ Roger Gomez today. '

US tourist
in serious
traffic
accident

FREEPORT - An American
tourist is in intensive care at the
Rand Memorial Hospital fol-
lowing a serious traffic accident

_ on Tuesday.

According to police reports,
the accident took place around
1llam at the junction of East
Sunrise Highway. and
Somerville Drive.

It involved a tractor trailer
driven by a Bahamian and a
ented car driven by Anthony

-- ‘Andrew Fusillo, 59, of Florida.
Mr Fusillo was driving a

Suzuki registered to Red Kap

Rental. He was with three pas-

sengers.

’ Inspector Loretta Mackey

reported that the front end and

right fender of the Suzuki was

extensively damaged. The
trailor sustained slight damage
to the left front bumper.

All the occupants of the vehi-
cle were taken to hospital by
ambulance and treated for their
» injuries. Mr Fusillo is listed in

serious condition in ICU.

Mrs Mackey urged motorists
to be alert while driving and
exercise caution and care, espe-

-‘cially during the upcoming hol-
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Act could have
orandparents
care for at-risk

children

@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

IF the Proposed Family and
Child Protection Act is passed,
grandparents could be man-
dated to care for children if
parents are found unsuitable
or are unable to do so.

Minister of Social Services
and Community Development
Melanie Griffin said this sec-
tion was one of the most con-
troversial in the proposed Act,
and is still under review.

“Grandparents don’t mind
having to take care of their
grandchildren if their children
are unable to do so but they
don’t want that mandated by
law,” she said yesterday during
a meeting for parliamentari-
ans on the proposed Act.

“This area of the Act has
brought some concern and
rightly so,” she admitted.

Mrs Griffin said her ministry
is taking aggressive steps to
ensure that the Act, once

passed, will be in the best
interest of all families.

The ministry invited a wide
cross section of persons to dis-
cuss the proposed legislation
including government and
opposition MPs, independent
representatives and senators.

“It’s an important piece of
legislation, so we’d like to have
as close to a unanimous vote
as possible before we take it to
parliament,” she said.

Another contentious area of
the proposed Act deals with
the responsibilities of fathers
of children born out of wed-
lock. E

“The way its worded leads
them to believe that they don’t
have parental responsibility,
but the proposed legislation
says that they have responsi-
bility — but first we must estab-
lish that they are in fact the
father, because the presump-
tions made of fathers in mar-
riages cannot be made in these

cases,” she said.

The Act would also raise the”

age of criminal responsibility
from seven to 10 years old, and
change many juvenile sen-
tences from committal to
supervision orders.

Minister Griffin is happy
with the feedback that her
ministry has received so far.

“There were a lot of legal
opinions offered today and it
has helped to shed some light
on some of these issues.

“T think that everyone is
aware of the state of the fami-
ly and the state of the
Bahamas socially and aware
that there has to be some
changes.”

The minister has also taken
the proposal'on the road, vis-
iting residents of Exuma and
Grand Bahama to get their
feedback.

She will be travelling to oth-
er Family Islands in the near
future, she said.

Customer’s fury at
BIC charges on bill

@ By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

A CUSTOMER of BTC
is outraged that the compa-
ny suddenly charged him for
calls that were omitted from
previous bills — some dating
back to last year.

He said a BTC employee
said the charges were omit-
ted because of a technical
problem. When contacted
yesterday, the company
could not confirm how
many customers were affect-
ed.
In an interview with The
Tribune yesterday, Adam
Darville claimed that he
received a cell phone bill for
$550, which he said was
“extremely high” because
his billings normally range
from $150 to $200.

After scrutinising the bill,
Mr Darville noticed that
there were charges dating
back to December 2005. He
also observed back-billings
from January to April of this
year.

He pointed out that when
he receives bills each month,
he pays them in full so that
there will be no bills carried
over. ,

After three days of trying
to contact personnel at BTC,
Mr Darville said that he
finally got someone last
week Thursday.

Mr Darville said that the

PA Reea te

man, whose name he did not
get, claimed that the “computer
system was not working and
that they had been missing
billings.”

“After you send me a bill,
you can’t come six months later
‘oh, we forgot something’. I paid
my bill in full when they gave it
to me, they can’t come back six
months later and say: ‘oh we
made a mistake, you owe us
some more money’.”’s

Barrett Russell, executive
director of Public Utilities Com-
mission (PUC), the regulatory
agency that oversees all utility
companies in the Bahamas,
explained what can be done i in
such situations.



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“We would have to look at
the billing and the circumstance
etcetera. We have to find out
from the customer and BTC
what has transpired.

“If we believe that there is
something that we can do about
it we will take the necessary
action,” he said.

In response to the claim, act-

ing president and:'CEO of BTC; » ;
Leon Williams told The Tri-

bune that up to press time yes-
terday, he was unable to vali-
date the claim from Mr Darville
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Why the fe ar of foreigners?

AN AGGRIEVED Senator Philip € Sala-
nis in a letter published in the Letters col tumn
on this page today claims that we have m_issed

‘the crux of his first letter, published in The > 'Tri-
bune on June 19.

It is true that we discussed his first ! letter
point-by-point in this column and that th e dis-
cussion continued over four days. How ‘ever,
the columns could have continued even |: onger
because Mr Galanis raised many issue: s that
needed discussion.

However, the crux of his letter w: as his
resentment that a foreign journalist \ vould
have the effrontery to point out the fac :t that
“our educational system is practically defunct”;
that this country has a “massive block o f nigh
unemployable under-achievers”; that be :cause
of the lack of skills in language and n 1athe-
matics, no work ethic or sense of respo! nsibil-
ity, a growing number of young Bahamia_ ns will
not find jobs and will turn to crime; and = “with-
out foreigners, the Bahamas would imp! ode in
short order, leaving the native populat ‘ion to
catch conch and collect coconuts.”

Mr Galanis reminded Tribune Mai naging
Editor John Marquis that he was on ¢ 1 work
permit, and, if one were: to listen to F ‘oreign
Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell, Mr M Larquis
should be thrown out of the country fo r being
so bold. In fact Mr Marquis’ work perm it is yet
to be processed. The reason for this is that
behind the scenes there is pressure to r emove
him because he dares to tell the truth — the
same truth being complained of by many
Bahamians. If people like Mr Galanis would
read more carefully, they would reali se that
much of what Mr Marquis writes is the 2 result
of interviews with Bahamians who ai re con-
cerned about the direction in which thei r coun-
try is drifting. His columns are often a_reflec-
tion of the opinions of thinking Bahz imians.
But, is Mr Marquis to be denied free: dom of
speech because he is a foreigner?

We have no objection to readers-dij isagree-
ing with Mr Marquis and in fact challein ging his
observations. Nor does Mr Marquis;.. Those
of us who are in this profession we come a
healthy two-way debate. But we do cll bject to
whiners, who won’t face facts and war it those
facts silenced if spoken by a foreigner’ .

Mr Galanis says that as a Bahamiair 1 he has
worked his whole life to provide for hi is fami-
ly, and objects “to being characterisecl in con-
sistently negative terms ... I object on 'bizhalf of
myself, my family and my country,” fe says.

No one is writing about Mr Galani s or his
family. As a matter of fact there are > many
fine, hard working and successful Bah, amians
in this country — thank God for them . How-
ever, we are focusing on those Bah; amians
who are dragging this country down. W fe can’t
pretend that they don’t exist. If we ; do, Mr

Galanis, his family and all of us will w ake up.

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who are trying their best, day after day?” a
Mr Galanis.:

The truth is that no one at The Tribune is
knocking anyone who is trying their best. But
we do admit that we are hitting hard at those
who are in fact undermining Bahamians who
are doing their best.

For too many years Bahamians who were
not measuring up were lulled into mediocrity
by unmerited praise, particularly by politi-
cians. While they were slipping into the abyss
below there were those still shouting “Numero
Uno” from the mountain top. And one day

* this country awakened from its false dreams to
find that the world had moved on and indeed
we were no longer “Numero Uno” — number
one.

In January Minister Allyson Maynard Gib-
son told the Grand Bahama Chamber of Com-
merce that every investor in the Bahamas was
concerned about low productivity levels of
workers, especially Bahamian labour. She
warned that this could damage the Bahamas’
ability to attract foreign direct investment and
harm its economic competitiveness.

The executive vice president of the
Bahamas Hotel Association says that the
Bahamas could become “one of the least com-
petitive economies in the Western Hemisphere
in 20 years if it fails to come to grips with its
educational system to produce graduates with

skills and knowledge to compete in the.global.; :.

economy.’

Winston Rolle, Chamber of Commerce
past president, has complained of the defunct
educational system and warned that because

~ this country was not producing enough quali-
fied Bahamians to fill key posts, businesses
and developers were being forced to look out-
side for expatriate labour.
~ And no less a person than PLP MP Agatha
Marcelle, parliamentary secretary in the Min-
‘istry of Labour, recently warned that because
critical skills are lacking in the local Werk
force foreigners are necessary.

Why hasn’t Mr Galanis complained abut
the motives of these Bahamians, who are tru-
ly concerned for their country? Or does the
truth only hurt when it comes from the pen of
a foreigner?

_Mr Galanis wants Mr Marquis silenced,
not because of what he says, but because what
he says should not be said about Bahamians by
a foreigner. And despite this opinion, Mr Gala-
nis would have us believe that he does not

suffer from xenophobia. You know, an out-:

sider usually sees a society far more objec-
tively because he has no axe to grind — this is
the case with John Marquis, Managing Editor
of The Tribune.

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well to get over their fear of foreigners.

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‘vitriolic attack
in this country’

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THERE are elements in this
society that masquerade them-
selves as conscientious practi-
tioners of their trade. And the
disturbing thing ts, many, many
people believe them to have tie
best interests of the nation at
heart. But I have recently thought
about their deepest motives and
what I have found really troubles
me.

In the past month, I had the
occasion to take issue with an arti-
cle published in one of the dailies.






I wrote what I thought was a-

painstaking critique of the con-

. tents of that article and sent it to

several of the tiation’s newspa-
pers. Eventually it was excerpt-
ed in one and, after three weeks,
published in full in the paper in
which the original articie had
appeared.

Much to my surprise, my let-
ter provoked a four-day long dis-
play of bitter editorial invective.
Day after day, the editor attacked
certain parts of my letter over and
over, not being fair enough to
respond cogently to each point I
made, something that confirms
to me that my points were well
founded and there was no credi-
ble rebuttal possible.

Day after day, this Editor ham-
mered away al my personal
beliefs, as she saw fil to interpret
them, and ignored most of the
salient points of criticism I had
listed. And, day after day, pos-
sessor of the bully pulpit that is a
newspaper, she continued to
affirm my belief that some of the
Fourth Estate in our nation are
doing Bahamians and others a
grave disservice in this era of
iistantanéous transmission’ of
information.

My concern now has tran-
scended the topic of my letter and
of the article that it addressed.
My concern is the constant, vitri-
olic attack — because it has gone
far beyond journalistic free
speech and criticism — that .con-
tinues on a daily basis in this
country. It was not so much the
words that were in this article,
although they were steeped in
contradiction, inaccuracy and
false generalities; it is the whole
tone and intention of this article
and what it represents to the
national spirit and growth.

Why do people believe that the

only way to build a nation is to.

constantly knock those who are
trying their best, day after day?
Whether it is students, bus dri-
vers, hotel workers, politicians,
trade unionists or taxi drivers, as
portrayed by these journalists,
none of them ever do anything

well enough, expediently enough '

or with the proper motive.

One of the responses to my let-
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how the article’s unfair criticism
looked to tourists and investors.
To that I would reply, if this con-
stant unfounded condemnation
and censure icoks bad - and I
believe it does -- to the tourists
and investors, about whom we
need te be concemed as a tourist
economy, how dees it look + and
teel — to us, to our children, our
parents and our friends? What
kind of profound damage does it
do to the collective psyche of a
nation and its people?

How can you build a society
while constantly telling its mem-
bers that they are not good
enough, not professional enough,
not ethical and not trustworthy?
How can you expect a child to
learn when he ‘is constantly bom-
barded with messages that the
school he attends is part of a
“defunct” educational system?

How can our ambitious, law-
abiding young men and women
who are striving to become suc-
cessful continue -in the face of
constantly being labelled as “a
massive block of nigh unemploy-
able under-achievers, many of
whom made a living through drug
dealing and gun crime” and being
described as losers “with no skills
in the language or mathematics,
no work ethic and’no sense of
responsibility?”

And, after reading about how
“growing numbers of young
Bahamians can expect no place
in the employment market, mean-
ing many more will turn to crime
to make’ their way inthe world”
how’ can they inuster up the ini-
tiative to go job hunting?

The written word has power
and, with scathing and destruc-
tive words and ideas like this
appearing daily, how can we
expect not to see a self-fulfilling
prophecy in action? How can we
fail to produce resentful, bitter
young people who know in their
hearts that they are not like those
descriptions but who cannot.con-
vince employers who beheve
what they read in these purported
unbiased and fair-. minded
papers?

As a Bahamian who has






worked his whole life to provide .

for his family, I resent the fact
that I can rarely, if ever, read a
positive story about my country,
its people and its governance. I
object to being characterised in
consistently negative terms. I
object on-behalf of myself, my
family and my country.

I also wonder why it is that it
has become such a grave provo-
cation to take issue with a for-

eigner who expresses opinions
~ about my own country, opinions ~

with which I happen not to agree.
It is ail sight for him constantly to
s but not all right for us
to criticise him.

Ail of a sudden one is regarded
as a xenophobe. I ain not a xeno-
phobe. In fact, I fully appreciate
the many fine foreigners who
Hl sme to my country and
ped us to build what we
i have nad the plea-
sure of working with and learning
from many of them.

What I dislike, however, is the
attitude of those arrogant for-
eigners who take every opportu-
nity to scoff at everything
Bahainian and to tell us how
lucky we are to have them in our
midst. | believe that we will










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with the right attitude, not those
who believe that without them
we will be reduced to a nation of
conch divers and coconut pick-
ers. Bahamians are capable of a
great deal more than that.

As I said in my letter, I suggest
that the journalists who work at
our newspapers today endeavour
to gain a.clearer picture of the

true Bahamas by acquainting ,

themselves with some of our local
high school and college gradu-
ates, our young, bright business
persons and our professional men
and women who are all a part of

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building this nation that they “

appear to be so abysmally
unaware of. I would suggest that,
before they paint us all with their
broad brush of negative rhetoric
again, they'do some deeper
research into our culture and our:
people.

I would again challenge our
journalists to take a good clear
look at our people and our nation
and recognise the good as well as
the bad, the positive as well as
the negative. I would challenge
our journalists to be fair and bal-
anced and tell the whole story,
not just one side. I would chal-
lenge our journalists to truly
shoulder their responsibilities as
nation-builders and not just
nation-criticisers. I would chal-
lenge our journalists to behave

as though they have a glass thatis .
more than half-full, rather than <

as they behave now — as.though *

they have no glass whatsoever.

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Guuidinhteaseub iain ane THURSDAY
Rally against | JULY 6
~6od >Gemanded on new SCNOOIs = ee iceee.
= : 9:00 arch on Bahamalan
Sant e Se* ' 8:30 The Life & Times of
marriages : ir. Lynden
in 9 m@ By MARK HUMES he said, was to cost $6 million. addition to the renewed promise _ for the construction of the new 10:00 ero eee
orga n ised In the newly approved _ to build new schools around, it | TG Glover Primary School has a ae Pindin Fie ational
AHEATED exchange over 2006/2007 budget, opposition was more thanconvenient thata —_ also been identitied.” Aiport g
school construction and expan- MP Alvin Smith pointed out, multi-million dollar primary Three years later, TG Glover 12:05 Native Son: The Journey of

A RALLY has been organ-
ised to support marriage being
defined in the Bahamas consti-

tution as a union between a i d ah : ap oe ; Ps as Sa inating’ Tae Pecos ar
opposition members on their minister has projected is in Over the last four years, If $30 million had. been 2:30 Pindling: The People’s
ee z a aaitake lacein feet repeatedly shouting, “no —_ excess of $24 million,” he said. this House has approved just approved [over four years], they 8:00 ae a Sane
gave sate on Satay July new schools” and “what hap- But the discrepancy pointed under $30 million for new should have started working,” | 4.58 2NS Neae Update oe
16 at 6.30pm : pened to the money?” out by Mr Smith yesterday is schools,” Mr Smith said. said Mr Smith. “The govern- 5:00 — Legends: Whence We Came
Or ae say the rally has The debate over schools con- not a first for Mr Roberts, asit “However, the government ment should not have done this Maureen Duvalier
Wana cheduled to correspond struction once again took cen-__relates to the education budget. _ chooses to use the building of _ to the children of that area.” 6:00 This Week In The Bahamas
ter stage in the House when In September last year, the TG Glover as a part of their Minister of Education Alfred 6:30 News Night 13

with 30th anniversary of the
founding of Rex Major and
‘Associates, and in celebration
of the 50th year of Rex Major
“being in the sacred gospel min-
istry”.
. “The purpose of this rally is
to give Bahamian citizens an
open forum by which to say
loud and clear that they stand
behind this recommendation -
that the true nature of marriage
as a union between a woman
and a man be carried out,” said
the organisers in a statement. —
The statement continued: “It

‘is indeed heartening that the

Bahamas Constitutional Review
Commission has made a specif-
ic recommendation to the
Bahamas government regard-
ing this matter.

The organisers said partici-
pants at the rally will ask. the
government to adopt the rec-
ommendation without delay.

In addition, during the weeks
leading up to the event, signa-
tures will be sought for a peti-
tion to the government.

Centres for signing will be set
up at Rawson Square, all the
post offices, churches and shop-
ping centers, among other place,
with dozens of volunteers in
Nassau and the Family Islands,
the statement said.

“Another goal for this occa-
sion is that at least 500 couples
would be. at the rally to renew
their marriage vows publicly
together,” it said. |

Pastor Major is also calling
on all church leaders to contact
him. A lunch for all concerned
pastors, elders and deacons, is
set for Wednesday from
12.30pm to 2.30pm at Grace
Community Church, Palmetto
Village.

sion brought the business of
the House of Assembly to an
abrupt end yesterday, leaving

Minister of Works Bradley
Roberts got up give his address
on the proposed TG Glover
Primary School and other
school projects.

After speaking in length
about the TG Glover project,
Mr Roberts went on to reveal
that, among other construction
projects, a new junior high

school was being proposed for”

the Heritage Subdivision in
Grand Bahama. This project,

only $11 million had been allo-
cated for the construction of
new schools. “So far what the

minister, appearing on Love
97’s talk show Jones and Co,
said the Ministry of Education
intended to spend $40 million
over 18 to 24 months to build
new schools.

However, a check of the
2005/2006 and 2006/2007 Draft
Estimates show that the amount
allocated for the proposed peri-
ods is only $20 million.

Now, with elections around
the comer, Mr Smith said that in

school is scheduled to be built
in Mr Robert’s constituency of
Bain and Grants Town.

election campaign.”

Mr Smith said there was no
reason why TG Glover could
not have been built earlier.

His comments come as Min-
istry of Education officials con-
tinue to refuse to disclose how
millions of dollars budgeted for
school construction have been
spent since the new adminis-
tration came to office in 2002.

As far back as 2003, Mr
Sturrup had said: “the location

Roberts announces approval
of replacement for TG Glover

MINISTER of Works and
Utilities Bradley Roberts
announced government’s
approval for the construction
of a state-of-the-art primary
school to replace the old TG
Glover Primary School. /

Addressing the House of
Assembly yesterday, the min-
ister said the new school will
meet the demands of both a
pre and primary school edu-

: . cation in the 21st century and

will be able to: accommodate
around 800 students.

To be constructed on Horse
Shoe Drive in Oakes Field, the
new facility will include three
pre-school classroom units, 24
standard classrooms for the

primary school, a science lab, .

library, art and music rooms,
and special education rooms.

Additionally, among other
things, the school will have a
covered lunch area with food
vendors’ stalls, and outdoor



M@ BRADLEY Roberts

sports facilities to include a
softball field, basketball and
tennis courts, and a track and
field facility.

According to Mr Roberts,
the school will be completed
within 18 months, and will cost

the government around $10,

million. ‘
In his address, Mr Roberts
also announced that a new

TOAST m CeO

9

eight-classroom block and a
gym to replace the one dam-

_ aged by fire will be built at the

RM Bailey High School.

CH Reeves Junior High
School and Mable Walker Pri-
mary School in Big Pond are
also slated to get new eight-
room classroom blocks.

Mable Walker will also get a
new administration complex
with connecting walkways. The

_ project at Mable Walker is

expected to be completed in
time for the beginning of the

~ new school year.

Grand Bahamians, said Mr
Roberts, can expect a new
junior high school in the Her-
itage Subdivision to accom-
modate up to 1,000 students.

The school is likely to cost
more than $6 million, and the
Grand: Bahama Port Authori-
ty has agreed to contribute

towards ‘the cost of construc-

tion, hé said.

In brief House in uproar as answers

students are still crammed into
trailers on the Albury Sayles
Primary compound.

Sears rose to say: “From 2002
to this year, the extensions and
expansion of schools alone will
have expended in excess of $30
million, almost $40 million.”
However these figures, too,
seem to be inaccurate — as the
document: Educational School
Extensions 2002 to March
2006, tabled in the House by
Mr Roberts, showed that only
$14.5 million was.spent on
extensions and expansions.

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Sam Duncombe, President of
re-Earth, said government does
not inform the public about the
pros and cons of new develop-
ments and does not explain how
those developments are going
to affect the country.

She said officials will only
respond when there is a public
outcry demanding to see an
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Mrs Duncombe said she
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all developments are environ-
mentally responsible.

“In an EJA, the public is sup-
posed to be a part of. that
process and they never are,” she
said. “For example, the plans
for the Athol Island golf course
and other amenities have not
been disclosed.”

Kerzner International, which
owns the Atlantis Resort, are .
the developers of Athol Island.

Mrs Duncombe thinks
Bahamians should be allowed ,' |
to say whether or not they feel °
comfortable with the proposal. *: ’

She claims Athol Island is the #
last natural refuge around New *
Providence that has not been .
abused by developers and that *
the Sea Gardens surrounding it ,
is the world’s oldest protected #
marine park.

Mrs Duncombe said the fact 7
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list is “insane”.

She noted that all tour oper- _—
ators who take tourists to see /
the gardens will be affected. +’.

“There are at least nine tour “: ’.
operators that use the area now, ?.
which is essentially going to put _
them out of business,” she said. -

“I know that I am not the +
only person who recognises this. *:
As a country, we are talking !
about 33 years of independence, _
but from what? ; 1.

“There is so little thought giv-
en to putting our citizens in *
positions where they can pros- ~
per by starting their own busi- -

“ness,” she said.

Ed Fields, vice president of **
Kerzner, declined to comment '
on the Athol Island project at:
this time. .

“T find it no surprise that Mr
Ed Fields of Kerzner Interna- *
tional declined to comment on:*
the development,” Mrs Dun-
combe said. “Developers and the
government keep silent until they -
are given the necessary green -
lights to move full steam ahead.”

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receives
donation

THE Providing Access To
Continuing Education program
(PACE) received a contribu-

-tion from Bahamas Orthodontic
Center this past Tuesday.

President of the programme
Jacqueline Knowles was on
hand at the Orthodontic Center
to receive the assortment of
baby items.

The PACE school was estab-

lished in 1970 under three gov-
ernment ministries — Health,
Social Services and Education —
and focuses on the continuing
education of teen mothers.
Mrs Knowles stated at the
reception that she too was a
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was “going back to base” in”

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“After the programme the
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parliament yesterday.

Mr Ingraham’s appeal to
have power restored to Abaco
came a day after countless
Fourth of July festivities were
reportedly interrupted, and
residents in Abaco were
forced to endure 42 hours
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“This past holiday weekend

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“These units were in fact
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sentatives on those two units,”
Mr Basden said.

According to Mr Basden, a
new power plant is expected
for that island and could be
up ‘and running in the next
three years.

“In terms of going forward
the short-term goal is to install













two smaller generators to
improve the present capacity
on Abaco,” Mr Basden said.
MP for North Eleuthera
Alvin Smith also voiced con-
cerns yesterday in the House of
Assembly about low energy

supply in his constituency.




Mr Smith also alleged mis-
treatment of staff at the power
station in Hatchett Bay,
Eleuthera.

He said that a hazardous spill
of diesel from a tanker has left
some workers ill, and claimed
BEC management at the plant



is refusing to give them sick
leave.

Mr Basden responded, say-
ing an independent team was
flown to the island to investi-
gate the matter and corrective
action was taken to address the
situation.

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Sir Orville Turnquest on 33 years
— our triumphs and tragedies

Oy my most recent
radio talk show in

Grand Bahama, I had the plea-
sure of interviewing former gov-

ernor general, Sir Orville Turn- .

quest, who was gracious enough
to travel to the island just for the
occasion. Talking to Sir Orville
was truly an enlightening and
fulfilling experience. His knowl-
edge of Bahamian history and
breadth of experience in matters
political is a rarity in our land.
Above all, his ability to express
his thoughts with clarity makes
him a capable teacher.

Sir Orville and I talked about
many things centred on our thir-
ty-three years of national inde-
pendence — our triumphs and
tragedies. This much was clear
from Sir Orville’s thoughts, we
can celebrate a number of good
fortunes over the last thirty-three
years but we had some signifi-
cant missteps and do have some
challenges to which we must give
clear focus.

According to Sir Orville,
among our greatest achieve-
ments since achieving indepen-
dence were our deepening of
democracy through the institu-
tion of private radio and elected
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both agreed that this was so
because the present economic
model of our economy was
established prior to the achieve-
ment of independence on July
10, 1973. Our tourism-driven,
offshore finance — centred, fixed
exchange rate economy was
established during the time of
Sir Stafford Sands and the Bay
Street Boys. The reality is that
not much nev, if anything, has
been added to this economic
model since its establishment.

As for missed opportunities
since achieving national inde-
pendence, Sir Orville noted that
they included the drug crisis of
the 70s and 80s that had such a
devastating affect on both the
physical and moral culture of our
society; not putting greater focus
on developing the Family Islands
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forward include doing a better

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tecting our borders to address
our immigration problem;
improving the country’s policing
to ensure greater public order
and giving Bahamians a greater
sense of security where they now
lack it; and addressing the needs
of our young people to encour-
age them to contribute more to
our society.

These were indeed sound
words from a Bahamian patriot,
former deputy prime minister
and head of state. Judging from

listeners to the show, they were.

enthralled for two hours listening
to someone who has observed
the Bahamian national scene

before and after independence ~

from a most intimate and
informed vantage point. Indeed,
I was honoured by Sir Orville
and continue to be thankful to

him for his graciousness on the

occasion.

MY DESIRE FOR US FOR
THE NEXT 33 YEARS

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life. Yet, I wish my nation a
number of things that I believe
will enhance our fortunes even
further and alleviate some our
problems. These include the fol-

_ lowing:

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arithmetic, critical thought and
emotional intelligence;

e A renewed spirit of entre-
preneurship that compels more
of our citizens to create, inno-
vate and promote value in the
world;

e An emphasis and financial
willingness by businesses to gen-
uinely train workers in order to
provide them with the skills
(intellectual and technical) nec-
essary to truly enrich their work
environment and improve their
prospects for upward social
mobility;

e A commitment to Family
Island development based upon

.a sensible economic policy that

takes. into account both short-
term and long-term gains as well
as its impact on all stakeholders
involved;

e A new focus for the church
of Jesus Christ based upon
expressing his love; and

e A focus on personal deyel-
opment on the part of the mass-
es of individual Bahamians that
weans them from an overdepen-
dence on government and poli-
tics.

I may not have my desire
come true but I will work for it
to happen. In this, I will find pur-
pose and meaning in life.

TRUE PATRIOTISM IS
LOVE FOR THE
NATION’S PEOPLE

[= patriots wave flags,
enjoy national culture
and attend independence events.
However, none of these things
are why they are true patriots.
A true patriot loves the nation’s
people and any deed done is an
expression of that love. This said
then, true patriotism is a spiri-
tual act, born of an understand-
ing that God commands us to
love one another. It is in obeying
this commandment that we do

the greatest good to our nation‘

because it is in doing so that we
only do to others what we would
want them to do to us. |

With the greatest respect to
the many men and women who
serve in high offices in our
nation, their many words about
good governance and national
pride mean nothing if they are
busy depriving their fellow citi-
zens of the opportunity to earna
living through employment, a

contract or business develop-

ment. Any minister of the gov
ernment or member of the oppo-
sition, past or present, who con-
tacts a business to express his or
her disapproval about that busi-

ness employing, engaging or “

assisting someone whose political

persuasion differs {rom theirs is «:'
not a lover and there-:

a hater,
fore is no patriot. Any busi-
nessperson who responds to such

‘an evil disapproval is no patriot "

but is really a participant in an .”.’

act akin to treason against the * ‘

state. The state exists to serve '

its people and not the other way

around; anyone therefore who .’

is about the business of harming

the people of the state are work- 5

ing against the state.

4
Over the years, | have not .

understood the greater call to

love as clearly as I should have. ~~ .
In my public life, I accepted the "*"

challenge of doing as much as I
could in the positions that I held.
However,

if I had understood °

more fully the profundity of .'>.

God’s call to love through my \*

positions I would have made a

more meaningful contribution -

to the state.

This does not mean that I '
would not have had detractors .
still or that I would not have lost -

in a general election; after all,

Jesus had many detractors and «'

was crucified. What it does
mean, however, is that in that
moment when I reflected on my

mission in life and the extent to .
which I understood and focused *
upon it, I would have been satis- '

fied that I did all that could do

and like Jesus, I may have been
able to say, “It is finished”. I

have said before that expect to ;
‘ return to public life someday and

I still do; when I do, however, I
believe that the creature [ shall
be then will be far more patriot-
ic than the creature I was, not
because J will wave my country’s

flag any higher but because I will «

love its people that much more

profoundly. This would mean for -

me a revolutionary way of deal-
ing with politics and would bare
little resemblance to what I once
knew or what T now observe.
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‘Suitcase
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for persons
with HIV

MEMBERS of the Greater
Philadelphia tri-state chapter of
Caribbean Tourism Organisa-
tion has made a presentation to
the All Saints Camp for persons
with HIV/AIDS.

The donation was made
through the “Smiles in a Suit-
case” programme, instituted by
PHL CTO in 2004.

New items are collected at
each monthly meeting then
board members travelling to a
member country deliver a suit-
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local charity.

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vice president and charities
chairperson said prior to visiting
Nassau, she contacted the sales
office at Sandals Resort to iden-
tify an appropriate charitable
organisation.

She said the members were
happy to assist to All Saints
even in a small way.

The suitcase contained most-
ly children clothes, toys and toi-
letries.

“Hopetully there were a few
extra smiles at All Saints home
' with the goodies we packed,”
she said.



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KEN Seymour said: “Our |
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world and win or be placed in the

achievements over the years.”

WITH the 33rd indepen-
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members of the public what
they consider to be the most

important achievements of .

the Bahamas since 1973.

Most interviewees men-
tioned the development of
the tourism industry and the
forging of healthy relation-
ships with other countries.

A small number of per-
sons felt the nation had not
achieved anything substan-
tial and should use the
upcoming independence cel-
ebration to make a new
start.

“To be honest, we have
come far for a small nation
that has to stand on its
own,” said Antoine Adder-
ley. “The Bahamas has
established a great reputa-
tion with the rest of the
world. That’s one of the
things that make a nation a
great one.

He went on to say that the
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“We have achieved greatness
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my would be our greatest
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developed, but I think we need
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FROM page one

less to say this is indicative of the incompetence of
the government,” Mr Ingraham said, after making
an appeal for electrical power to be restored to
Abaco, which over the past few days has been
without electricity. The five invitations given Mr
Ingraham were for him to hand out to persons
who might want to attend today’s ceremony.
They were not for Opposition MPs.

“T have not received an invitation,” said Mr
Ingraham. “I would like to advise though, that my
wife who is a public school principal received an
invitation addressed to ‘Mrs Delores Ingraham
and Mr Hubert Ingraham’ and this was deliv-
ered to her.”

This revelation by the official opposition leader,
fueled a loud outburst from members on both
sides of the House and prompted Transport and
Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin to
respond.

She explained that it was “no big deal” that
the invitation was informally addressed: “Mrs
Dolores Ingraham and The Right Honourable
Mr Hubert Ingraham.”

“Due to the degree of interest of the function,”
she said. “(Mr Ingraham’s) personal invitation

would have been delivered on a separate occasion.

and has nothing to do with the envelope I just
gave him. So what he calls an incompetence ...
was the courtesy to accommodate other inter-
ested persons.”

Mrs Hanna-Martin said that as minister
responsible for the airport, she was responsible for
sending out the invitations.

Late yesterday afternoon Mr Ingraham’s invi-
tation was delivered to him.

“This is symptomatic,” Mr Ingraham told The
Tribune, “of the uncoordinated nature of this
government.” He said when the first PLP was in
office it had a Secretariat that dealt with all




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Ingraham

national events. “It was the same thing on our
watch. We never delegated invitations to indi-
vidual ministries for national events. In this case
two ministers (Mrs Hanna-Martin and Tourism
Minister Obie Wilchcomb) each claim responsi-
bility for the invitations. This is a case of the right
hand not knowing what the left hand is doing. It
is typical of this government.” we

Should Mr Ingraham not attend today’s event"
it will mark the second time that he has been
absent from a public function this year. ae

Mr Ingraham and FNM deputy leader Brent’
Symonette did not attend the reopening of par- '
liament earlier this year when the Speech from the
Throne was read by newly appointed Governot .
General Arthur Hanna. “

Mr Ingraham and Mr Symonette, tie were”
out of the country, complained that their notifi~’
cation of the opening of parliament came too .
late for them to reschedule their previous engage”
ments.

Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe main-"'
tained that all members of parliament received, :
invitations for the renaming ceremony.

Mr Wilchcombe said: “All members of the *

‘Opposition are aware of the event tomorrow .

but the truth is that the member for North ‘Aba-
co is simply refusing to attend and just wants to-
use a very small issue as an excuse, ” he said. “As”
former prime minister, and leader of the opposi-
tion, you should be there, because the country”
expects that from the leader of the opposition.” '
Independent Member of Parliament Whitney’
Bastian complained that his invitation was also-
missing. He said he had received nothing,’
although people in his constituency had received :
theirs weeks ago — even the school children who ”

will be performing in today’s event had theirs. " ;

FNM skeptical about govt's school promises

FROM page one

contract will be executed next
week for the construction of a
new T G Glover primary school.

However, the FNM said this is
now the sixth time since gov-
ernment’s election to office in
2002 that they have announced
plans to build a new T. G.
Glover Primary School and a
new Freeport Junior High
School.

“We can only hope that the
Minister of Works and Utilities
has now resolved his disagree-
ments with the’ Minister of Edu-
cation on how best to move the
government’s school expansion
programme forward and that
they have duly informed the
Prime Minister,” said an FNM
press release.

The FNM pointed out that
during the recently concluded
Budget Debate, government

than 12 new schools in New
Providence and the Family
Islands; to expand and remodel
another 18 schools in the Fami-
ly Islands; to do the same for
yet another 15 schools in New
Providence, and to build seven
new pre-schools.

However, the release said,
FNM parliamentarians could
not find the funding allocation
for this aggressive construction

programme in the 2006/07 Bud- '

get, nor were they able to elicit
from government an explana-
tion for the expenditure of some
$30 million borrowed over the
past four budget periods-to facil-
itate school construction pro-
jects — none of which has mate-
rialized.

It was also pointed out that
the “new down-scaled” TG
Glover Primary School will cost
just under $10 million, which the
FNM said is “considerably
higher” than the sums they
expended in the construction of

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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 11



Willie Moss.
leaves Port
Authority

FROM page one

former executive vice presi-
dent.

According to a press
release issued late
Wednesday afternoon, the
company indicated that
last month the Group of
Companies was in the
process of making a num-
ber of major changes in its
organisational structure.

“These changes are con-
tinuing and as a result we
wish to advise that the
pgsition of deputy chair-

_man held by Mrs Willie A
M Moss has been made
redundant effective July
1,” it said.

Mrs Moss joined the
Port Authority as legal |
counsel in 1980. She was
later promoted to General
Counsel in 1986, and
appointed deputy chair-
mian in 1998. Mrs Moss
also held the position of
president from March
2003 until March 2005.

_. “We would like to thank
Mrs Moss for the invalu-
able contribution that she
has made to the GBPA
and Group of companies
fer almost 26 years.

“We are confident that
her deep commitment to
the growth and develop-
ment of Freeport and
Grand Bahama Island
shall remain, and we wish
her every success in her
fyture undertakings.”
ȢMrs Moss was the first
Bahamian woman to be
appointed to such a top
level position in the com-
pany. ;
u.Many Grand Bahama

. residents have been con-

cerned about the recent
departure of Bahamians at
the company in recent
weeks.
~ Julian Francis, former
CEO and chairman,
‘résigned on June 1 amidst
‘speculation that there was
growing tensions between
him and the company’s |
two major shareholders.
- The former governor of
the Central Bank was
replaced by prominent
businessman Hannes
Babak of Austria, who
wow serves as chairman.
Sir Albert Miller, who
fetired last year, has
returned as CEO.
» Initially, there was some
@pposition expressed by
/gome residents over the
4ppointment of a foreigner
is they maintained that
there were capable

Bahamians employed at

the company.

;° The late chairman
Edward St George had

‘always been an advocate .
‘for Bahamianisation at the
Port Authority.

*, Under his chairmanship
several Bahamians, includ-

“ang Mrs Moss and
‘Mr Malcolm, were
Appointed to top level
positions.

* And, before his death

-Ewo years ago, it is
believed that Mr St

. jGeorge was interested in
_~#aving Julian Francis join
. the company.

; Ima recent interview last

‘aveek, Sir Albert com-
mented on speculation
about the departure of the
‘number of Bahamians at
the company.

& He said: “There could
ery well be one or two
yareas where we might
rstreamline, but we have
‘not come to put a
‘bunch of Bahamians out of

‘«work.”




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FROM page one

Mr Gibson said that in view
of last week’s escape at the cen-
tre, certain initiatives must be
taken with both the government
of the US and the government
of Cuba on migration issues that
are adversely affecting the
Bahamas.

The minister said it is a known
fact that some members of the
Hispanic community in South
Florida have over the years been
systematically assisting Cubans
and other non-US citizens in
gaining entry into the US using a
variety of methods.

Last Thursday 20 Cuban men
attempted to escape through the
fence encircling the centre. How-
ever, only five got through.

The remainder were prevent-
ed from escaping by Defence
Force marines stationed at the
facility.

Mr Gibson said since this lat-
est escape it has been proposed
that a separate management
structure be established for the
detention centre with its own
rules, budget and trained staff.

While officials search for a
more permanent solution to the
security problem at the Deten-
tion Centre, it is proposed that a
10-foot concrete wall, topped
with razor wire around the
perimeter of the facility and
strategically placed surveillance
cameras be installed, in addition
to the installation of metal detec-
tion booths and scanners at the
entrance to the centre. /

The department, said Mr Gib-
son, will also move to employ 40
immigration guards for the man-
agement and security of the cen-
tre.

Over the years there have
been many escapes from the cen-
tre.

After an éscare on May 25
involving two Cuban women,
Carina Reyes Labra and Denia
Mercedes Abreu Martinez, the
Immigration Department
engaged the services of a guard
dog security company to provide
four guard dogs and four han-
dlers to complement the exist-
ing security.

During this most recent escape
only two guard dogs and one
handler were on patrol, making it
possible for the men to escape
through an area where cuts had
been previously made to the
chain linked fence by persons on

. the outside.

These cuts, Mr Gibson said,

were obscured by. buses owned
by the Department of Immigra-
tion that were parked next to the
fence. (
“At that time there were ‘no
guards on duty directly in front
of the dormitory which housed
the Cuban nationals,” Mr Gib-
son said.

The Department of Immigra-
tion has overall responsibility for
the detention of illegal immi-
grants at the detention centre
with assistance from the Royal

~ Bahamas Defence Force and the

Departmient of Social Services.

The Carmichael Road Deten-
tion Centre is the only one of its
kind outside of Krome Deten-
tion Centre in Miami. It can
house 500 persons.

It consists of four dormitories,
the fifth was destroyed during
an uprising at the centre in 2004.

The perimeter of the centre is

enclosed by two seven-foot,

fences, which are further pro-
tected by double strands of razor
wire at the bottom and the top.
Between January and June
this year, 4,615 illegal immigrants
were detained at the centre.

Drugs seized
FROM page one

the five suspects — a 30-year-old
Bahamian and an 18-year-old
Jamaican.

Police also seized two cars, two
12 gauge shot guns, five rounds of
ammunition and a fifteen foot
boat suspected to have been used
in the transportation of the drugs
to New Providence.

This is the second drug seizure
for the year in the area of the
Marshall Road boat ramp.

Gibson said that investigations
into the matter are in progress.

Bahamas to discuss a new agreement

Of this number 98 were
Cubans who usually remain at
the centre longer than other
nationals because of the repatri-
ation protocols between the



@ IMMIGRATION
and Labour Minister
Shane Gibson

Bahamas and Cuban govern-
ments.

A controversy erupted at the
beginning of the year over the
fate of Marialys Darias-Mesa and
David Gonzalez-Mejias, two
Cuban dentists who were appre-
hended in Bahamian waters

while attempting to join their
families in South Florida.

The Bahamas is signatory to
an agreement that stipulates that
all Cuban refugees captured in
Bahamian waters are to be
returned to Cuba.






Dr Darias-Mesa and Dr Gon-
zalez-Mejias were eventually sent
to Jamaica, from where they con-
tinued on to the US and were
reunited with their families.

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FREEPORT - With thou-
sands of students now on sum-
mer break, three entities have
partnered to launch summer
camps throughout Grand
Bahama.

Gladstone ‘Moon’ McPhee,

an official at the Ministry of :

Youth, Sports and Housing,
announced that his ministry,
Urban Renewal and the City of
Freeport Council will run sum-
mer camps from July 11 to
August 4.

“T am extremely happy that
for the first time in Grand
Bahama we have come togeth-
er to work in unity for the bet-
terment of our young people to
have summer camps through-
out Grand Bahama for our chil-
dren,” he said on Tuesday.

The camps will run between
the hours of 9am and 2pm.

Parents may pick up registra-
tion forms at the Office of the
Prime Minister, the six Urban
Renewal offices, the Ministry
of Youth, Sports and Housing,
and at Social Services.

Mr McPhee believes that
thousands of students will ben-
efit from the camps, which will
be set up in the various com-
munities from West to East
Grand Bahama.

He said students will be able



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@.GLADSTONE ‘Moon’ McPhee, official at the Ministry of
Youth, Sports, and Housing; Ann Percentie-Russell,.
parliamentary secretary in the Prime Minister’S Office; and
Inspector Noel Curry announce the launching of summer |

camps on Grand Bahama

to participate in nine sporting
events. He noted that the bas-
ketball camps will use gyms at
Jack Hayward and St George’s
High Schools.

All other sporting events
would be held at the Grand
Bahama Sports Complex, he
said:

‘Anite Bohéity, chief council-
lor for the City of Freeport, said
children part-taking in the sum-

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mer camps will also. be exposed
to Bahamian cultural dances.
“Many of our children do not

know about our cultural dances

and we are incorporating a huge
dance troupe to teach them.

“It is wonderful to be able to
partner with government
because it important to reach
as many kids as possible and
not duplicate what anybody else
is doing,” she said.



(Photo: Carron Miller, The Como:

Summer camps launched
for Grand Bahama youth

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Mrs Doherty said camps have-”
been opened at Walter Parker’.
and the Teen Centre. ‘

She said the City of Hicepone
council camps will have already: ;
started and will end on August «

28. vt

Inspector Noel Curry, officer *
in charge of Urban Renewal;,
said the camps will keep chil!
dren occupied and off the’.
streets. 4

“We are very pleased to be
involved with the summer’,
camps and what this really does.»
is keep young people off the
streets because in previous - ‘
years we have seen children i int
the downtown area.” He

He said police officers will Be.
playing a pivotal role in over,
seeing the camps in Lucaya,-
Marco City, Pine Ridge, High
Rock, Eight Mile Rock and"
West End.

Outside of Freeport, Mer’
McPhee said camps are also’.
being established at the High
Rock Primary School,
McClean’s Town Park, West.
End All-Age School, Eight Mile - :
Rock High School gyms,
Bartlette Primary, and at thes
Hawksbill Park. ;

Ann Percentie, parliamentary.
secretary in the Prime Minister’s
Office, said that during the sunt -
mer, it is important that children“
are engaged in meaningful activ-
ities to occupy their time.



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Shop ping centre plan Abaco Markets
: — planning 10%

~ for Coral Harbour

+" By NEIL HARTNELL
/ Tribune Business Editor

Bahamas-based

developer yester-

- day told The Tri-
bune he planned

s. to break ground
’. next year on a 120,000 square foot
-shopping centre at Coral Har-

.. bour, taking advantage of poten-
’. tial investment projects and pop-

ulation growth in New Provi- .

dence’s “last frontier” for devel-
-. opment.
-"« — Tony Joudi, president of FTC
- Ltd, said the proposed shopping

centre would be located on:

almost eight acres of land at the
roundabout where the Airport
road, and roads to Adelaide Vil-
_lage and Carmichael, meet.
He added land use approvals

‘for the shopping centre had ©

already been granted, and final
architects’ drawings for the pro-
posed complex were being pre-
pared. ;
Mr Joudi, who is also a civil
engineer and contractor by pro-
’. fession, said that once the shell
of the shopping centre was com-
pleted, he would speak to real
estate brokers to see what their
clients’ needs were and whether
the complex would be suitable
for them. ai
The shopping centre aims to
exploit the population and com-

Bahamas-based developer aims to take
advantage of commercial, population growth

mercial activities likely to take
place in southwestern New Prov-
idence.

On the investments side there
is the proposed $1.4 billion
Albany Project, the high-end lux-
ury residential community that

will occupy a site close to the .

South Ocean hotel.

The Stillman Organisation, the
New York-based real estate
developer, plans to invest $500

‘ million in transforming the site
into a five-star, 1,000-room hotel
with a casino. Apart from the
hotel, the plans also include 1,000
residential units, an expanded
marina featuring at least 60 slips,
,a marina village with retail stores
and restaurants, and Greg Nor-
man championship golf course.

Then there is:the proposed
relocation of all commercial ship-
ping facilities from downtown
Bay Street to the new port locat-
ed between Commonwealth
Brewery and BEC’s Clifton Pier
plant, all providing a strong
potential customer base for the
shopping centre.

_ Besides the investments, Mr
Joudi’s FTC is currently devel-

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@ AN artist’s impression of the proposed shopping centre

oping two new subdivisions,
Hummingway and Riviera, in the
Coral: Harbour area. He is also
planning two more, Aqualeena
and Via Della Rosa, with the lat-
ter due to start “early next year”.
Via Della Rosa would encom-
pass 250 acres as a waterfront gat-
ed community, and lie east of
Coral Harbour and run east
towards Millars Pond.

Mr Joudi told: The Tibline::

“Coral Harbour has been the
sleeping town for over-30 years. I

saw the vision that the island had
to be balanced.

“The eastern side is complete-
ly built out, Cable Beach is com-
pletely built out, and the Lyford
Cay area, people can’t afford. We
are providing affordable lots for
middle and upper income
Bahamians.

“We see a lot happening in the
southern part of the island over

SEE page 8B

Retailer’s 10% same-store sales growth

of By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

" ABACO Markets, the BISX-listed retail-
er, yesterday said its same-store sales were .
up 10 per cent year-to-date, as it moves for-
ward with its plans to focus on the Nassau
and Freeport markets by agreeing the sale

_ of two other properties.

Gavin Watchorn, Abaco Markets presi-
‘dent who has replaced the retired David
Thurlow, said the company had reached an

. agreement to seli Solomon’s SuperCentre’s
‘. former Cedar Street property in Freeport.
In addition, the company also expected to
complete the sale of its Solomon’s proper-

. ty on Treasure Cay, Abaco, “by the end of





this month”.

Mr Watchorn said the proceeds from the
already-completed sale of the Solomon’s
SuperCentre on Abaco, which was com-
pleted on June 30 for $3.75 million plus the
cost of inventory, and the Cedar Street dis-
posal would enable the company to “sub- —
stantially remove” most of its debt owed.
to the Royal Bank of Canada.

On the Cedar Street property, Mr
Watchorn said the sales agreement includ-
ed a clause that would enable Abaco Mar-
kets to lease back a portion of the building ~

Retailer reaches agreement to sell two |

yroperties



for its operations.

f
y

He said: “We have reached an agreement
that is not quite final yet, but we expect to
close it in the next two to three weeks.” »
The purchase price, Mr Watchorn added,
was “very close to our carrying value”.

“With the proceeds from that sale, and
the sale of Solomon’s in Abaco, we will
have substantially removed all that Royal
Bank debt,” Mr Watchorn said.

SEE page 6B —

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@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business
' Editor

ABACO Markets, the
BISX-listed retailer, is plan-
ning to invest $2.5 million in
taking a 10 per cent stake in
BSL Holdings, the buyout
group that is hoping to close
its acquisition of Winn-Dix-
ie’s majority stake in Bahamas
Supermarkets later this
month. Be

Gavin Watchorn, the com-
pany’s president, yesterday
confirmed to The. Tribune that
Abaco Markets was propos-
ing to take a minority stake
in BSL Holdings provided the
group was able to close the

Dixie’s 78 per.cent stake.
He said: “We’ve commit-

amount of that [$2.5 million]
as part of the $5 million
deposit that BSL Holdings
put down.”

Mr Watchorn said Abaco

ance of its $2.5 million once
the deal closed.

He added that the BISX-
listed retailer would use some
short-term borrowing to com-
plete the balance of its BSL
Holdings investment, but this
would be rapidly repaid from
the proceeds of its divestment



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programme (see other story
on this page).

Therefore, Abaco Markets
will ultimately finance its
minority stake through its
own resources.

Abaco Markets executives,
though, pointed out that no
talks were being held about
merging the company with
Bahamas Supermarkets,
which owns the :12 stores in
Nassau and Freeport that cur-
rently operate under the
Winn-Dixie and City Markets
brands.

“We must make it very
clear that there are absolutely
no talks at this time as it
relates to a merger,” Craig.





SEE page 8B

Guana Cay opponents plan

@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Business Reporter

THE Save Guana Cay Associ-
ation is preparing a petition to
make a special application for
leave to appeal to the Privy Coun-
cil in London, after the Court of
Appeal dismissed its application
to appeal to the higher court last
month.

Fred Smith, the Association’s
attorney, said yesterday that his
clients were “obviously disap-

pointed” that a stay was not given

against the developers of the $175
million Baker’s Bay project, and
that they were not granted leave
to appeal to the Privy Council.

However, he said they have
engaged a British legal team to
begin the process of applying
directly to the Privy Council, in
the hope they will be able to
appeal the development by Dis-
covery Land Company.

The Court of Appeal had dis-
missed the Asociation’s applica-
tion to appeal to the Privy Coun-
cil the decision to allow the devel-
opers to resume work on the pro-
ject, relieving them of their vol-
untary undertaking in November
2005 not to do any more work.
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direct Privy Council appeal

against both the Government and
the developers was also dismissed.

The Court of Appeal described
the application as being without
merit and ordered the Associa-
tion to pay costs worth $18,000.
The court also criticised the Asso-
ciation for attempting to litigate
the case through the media.

The parties are still awaiting
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judge Norris Carroll, who heard
the case on its merits and sub-
stantive issues, but has yet to rule.

Mr Smith said the Association
was hopeful that the Privy Coun-
cil would agree to hear their appli-
cation and grant a stay before any
“further” work could take place.

He reiterated that his clients
were passionate on the issue of
Guana Cay, and did not intend to
let anything stand in their way of
their rights to fight for the pro-
tection of the environment Mr
Smith said Family Islanders are
frustrated that Nassau treats them
like “colonies”.

“But they had their own cul-
ture and heritage and have had
for years,” he said. “The people of
Guana Cay have a right to par-
ticipate in the process and will
continue to agitate against the
project.”

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Championship forthe second time this year. He =
belongs to th ees Swim Club and is a student

at St. Thomas More. The 10-yearold won two relay

gold medals at the National Championships last
year He is the Son of Keith Lloyd, Manager, Personal
- Financial Services-RBC Prince Charles Branch,

Dustin Tynes

Dustin Tynes is no stranger to competition. The

— -20-yearold, 4th gtade student at Nassau Christian

_ Academy and member of Sea Bees Swit Club has
been swimming for four years, with this marking his |
-thiid national competition. To date he has received

three gold medals, two silver medals and one —

> bronze. His favorite event is the 100-meter
| breaststroke and he hopes to one day compete in
. the Olyenpies and receive a medal. Dustin is the son
ef Donna Tynes, Manager, Customer Service at the

RBCs Mackey Street Branch.

of Royal Bank of Canada,

year-ol
‘humerous me | |
ens and has a certificate of participation in the

events begin with an opening ceremoriy at 5:30pm on July 6, 2006 atthe swim complex,
| tional Swimming Championships for 23 consecutive
rt of this terrific event,” said Ross McDonald, senior

esident, RB mas and Caribbean. “Sponsoring the Bahamas Swimming Federation Is a
great way for us to give back to the communities we serve. Some of our own employees have children
ind all ofthe competitors the best of luck.”

the door. The Betty Kelly Kenning National Swim

control of: } chronized swimming, water polo, open water swimming and masters
Swimming in Ssaeutaraal of The Bahamas. For more information, please visit:

e children of local REC employees.

been swimming with the Swift
rtwo years and this will be her
e national corpetition. The
student at St. Andrew's has won
als and ribbons at several swim

‘Safetys Course. Deirdre enjoys coaching:

younger children under the supervision of her

coaches. She will attend Trinity Boarding School,

Pott Hope, Ontario, Canada in September and plans

to join the swim team at her new school, Deirdre Is
the daughter of George Roache, Vice-President,

Commercial Markets-RBC Bahamas & Caribbean

Chadeau Wilson

-Chadeau is swimming in several events In the
upcoming RBC Royal Bank of Canada National
Swimming Championships which include: 200 Free,

individual Medley (IM), and Breast, 400 Free, and
\M,100 Free, Back, Breast, and Fly, 50 Free, Back,
Breast, and Fly, Chadeau Is also a member of the
Bahamas National Water Polo team. He Is the son of
Larry Wilson, Manager, Financial Planning &

: Control-RBC Bahamas & Caribbean

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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 3B



ee
Act means businesses

must safeguard data

IN business, as in life, information is
power. And both must be handled respon-
sibly.

Small, medium and large business enter-
prises must be aware of the legal implica-
. tions of using and misusing private infor-
-‘mation on former, existing and potential
‘customers. Especially if the information is
used for purposes other than the purpose
for which it was originally obtained by the
business to identify, monitor and service its
clients.

The Data Protection (Privacy of Per-

'- sonal Information) Act 2003 was enacted

F

‘.~-in June 2003, although it is not presently in

force. It was enacted to protect the priva-
cy of personal information on individu-
als, particularly consumers, in the

- Bahamas.

Following the OECD Guidelines on the
Protection of Privacy, one of the primary
objectives of the Data Protection Act is to
ensure that information is obtained by fair

- and lawful means, and that it is used in a
“manner consistent with that for which it

was collected.
Under the provisions of the Data Pro-

. -* tection Act, persons collecting and using

. personal data on individuals are required
to observe and abide by specific standards
of confidentiality in respect of such data.
They are are prohibited from transferring
personal data to jurisdictions with less
stringent data protection legislation, with-

. .out the consent of the person from whom

the data is obtained.

Under Section 2 of the Data Protection
Act:

® “data”? means information in a form in

which it can be processed;

* “personal data” means information
relating to a living individual who can be
identified either from the data or from
the data in conjunction with other infor-
mation in the possession or control of the
data controller;

e “data controller’? means a person who,
either alone or with others, determines
the purposes for which and the manner
in which any personal data are to be
proesed,

e “data processor” means a person who

processes personal’ data’ on’ behalf ofa: ‘
data controller but; doesiniotrinclude.an:i
employee of a data controller, who process- ,



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Bank of The Ba



By Tyrone Fitzgerald



es such data in the course of his employ-
ment;

e “data subject” means an individual
who is the subject of personal data.

The Data Protection Act applies to both
the public and private sectors and to the
Crown. However, the Data Protection Act
does not apply to personal data that is
obtained or used for matters relating to
national security, information that is
required, by law, to be made available to
the public by the data controller, and infor-
mation obtained, secured and used for
family, household, and recreational. pur-

oses.

Additionally, the Data Protection Act
applies only to data controllers who are
connected to the Bahamas as follows:

* The data controller is an ordinary res-
ident, a company incorporated or regis-
tered in the Bahamas, or an individual
who maintains an office, branch, agency or
practice in the Bahamas. They must
process the data in connection with the
business establishment, OF..............:000

* The data controller is not established
in the Bahamas, but uses equipment in
this jurisdiction for processing data that is
not restricted to data in transit.

In order to protect the privacy of indi-
viduals and achieve the primary objec-
tives of the legislation, the data controller
must be satisfied of the following princi-
ples in relation to the collection, quality
and use of personal data:

* The data should be collected and used
fairly and by lawful means.

* The data should be accurate, and kept -
oap.ta date.,, inp TRA ey

a * The data should be kept for. ‘Spetified



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“ A growing and dynamic Bahamian institution”

VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF:

CREDIT OFFICER -

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¢ Prepare thorough credit proposals and maintain profitability of assigned

portfolio.

FREEPORT BRANCH

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* Interview loan applicants and make considered decisions based on
investigations and assigned lending authority.

¢ Act as the “Relationship Manager” for assigned accounts by ensuring

that 11 of the customers needs are satisfied.

_ ¢ Ensure all loans are granted in compliance with the Bank’s lending

policies and guidelines.

¢ Monitior and control loan portfolios to avoid delinquency.
* Perform constant follow-up on delinquent loan accounts.

purposes.

* The data should be adequate, rele-
vant and not excessive in relation to the
purpose for which it is kept.

* The data should not be disclosed in a
manner that is inconsistent to the purpose
for which it is kept.

* The data should not be kept for longer
than is necéssary, except where the data is
historical, research or statistical data.

‘* The data should be kept securely from
unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure,
destruction or accidental loss.

An individual has the right of access to
personal data kept on him under Section 8
of the Data Protection Act, except where
the personal data is kept for the purposes
of preventing, detecting or investigating
offences; prosecutions, tax collection or
assessment; or if such personal data is
prejudicial to the security or maintenance
of good order in a prison or detention |
centre.

However, the right of access does not
apply to legislation for the protection of
individuals against financial loss arising
from dishonesty or malpractice; legal pro-
fessional privilege; matters relating to the
protection of the international relations
of the Bahamas; and statistical, research,
or back-up data.

Section 10 of the Data Protection Act
provides an individual with the right of

' rectification or erasure for personal data |

that is inaccurate.

An individual is also ationded the right
to prohibit the processing of personal data
for the purposes of direct marketing, under
Section 11 of the Data Protection Act.

The data controller has a statutory duty
of care to the data subject, imposed upon
him/it by Section 12 of the Data Protection
Act, and the data subject may bring a law-
suit against the data controller for breach
of this statutory duty of care, where applic:
able.

Notwithstanding the fact that the Data
Protection Act provides protection against
the disclosure of personal data generally,
under Section 13 of the Data Protection
Act, such protection may be overridden in
the following GHP MEISTanCeS:

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PUBLIC NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |,.MICHEL THOMAS of
Carmichael Road and Fire Trail in the Southern District of
the Island of New Providence one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas, intend to change my name
to MICHEL CADEAU. If there are any. objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief
Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than
thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.



Requirements:

| SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
(MIS DEPARTMENT)

QUAL IE Anos
Associate/Bachelors degree in related area
(Certification a Plus)
2 or more years related work experience
Knowledge of networking(TCP/IP) and operating
systems, hardware and
Microsoft Office Suite
Knowledge of Cisco networking equipment (routers,
switches and firewall)
Knowledge of Windows 2003 Server
Knowledge of Lotus Domino .
Exposure to Healthcare Information Systems cls)
a plus but not essential
Excellent communication and troubleshooting skills
Knowledge of SQL
Programing knowledge a plus

POSITION SUMMARY

The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Supporting a Windows 2003 Server (Active Directory)
Environment
Supporting Microsoft ISA Server
Providing Network support
Providing technical support and problem resolution
via the Helpdesk for users
Testing, repairing and maintaining equipment
Researching, implementing new technologies

Position is subject to weekend "on call" and shift rotation
Salary commensurate with experience
Excellent benefits

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Doctors Hospital | P.O. Box N-3018 | Nassau, Bahamas



CUSTOMER SERVICES OFFICER

Candidate must be able to provide exceptional
customer services including but not limited to:
meeting and communicating with customers; _
accurate and timely processing of customer
transactions; monitoring of transactions for
potential money laundering and deputizing for
Department Head whilst the latter is absent on
leave.

° BA degree in Business or Finance

¢ A minimum of five years Customers Services
experience within the Financial Services industry

e Commercial Orientation

* Excellent Communication Skills (Written and verbal)

¢ Excellent Organizational Skills

¢ Excellent Interpersonal Skills

* Computer Literate (MS Office)

¢ Working knowledge of Money Laundering and
Financial Transaction laws and regulations

¢ A Team Player

¢ Ensure loan and security files are completed and properly maintained.
e Constantly increase lending by marketing the Bank’s products and
services.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

¢ Associates Degree in relevant area (e.g. Accounting/Business
Administration/Finance) .

¢ Three to five years banking and lending experience

¢ Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

¢ Strong negotiation, and analytical and organizational skills

¢ Computer literate-A bility to use MS Word and Excel

Fringe Benefits include:

¢ Life and Health coverage
* Pension

Interested persons should submit their Resume along with a
Benefits include: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and police Certificate and two (2) Character References to:
qualifications; Group Medical (includes dental and vision) and life

insurance; pension scheme. Manager Human Resources

Interested persons should apply no later that July 21st 2006 to: ae ox N-4917
The Senior Manager, Human Resources & Training ai oereae
Bank of The Bahamas International
P.O. Box N-7118 Application Deadline: Friday, 07 July 2006

Nassau, Bahamas







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THE TRIBUNE

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PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |.MICHEL THOMAS of
Carmichael Road and Fire Trail in the Southern District of
the Island of New Providence one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas, intend to change my name
to MICHEL CADEAU. If there are any objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief
Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than
thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

Date Stolen: between 11:00 p.m. on May 18, 2006 and 6:00
a.m. on May 19, 2006 | :





@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Business

Reporter

BIMINI residents may not
be too thrilled about the pro-
posed government plan to
exchange Crown Land with
land earmarked for the Bimini
Bay development, a prominent
islander warned yesterday.

District council member and
outspoken Biminite, Leroy
Edgecombe, told The Tribune
that many residents had
expressed concern about the
recent suggestion by Financial
Services Minister, Vincent
Peet, that the Government was
considering exchanging land

-with the developers to min-
imise the environmental
impact their project could have
on that island.

Mr Edgecombe said the
announcement came as a Ssur-
prise to Bimini residents, as
there was no consultation with
them on the matter.

Perception












Location of Theft: The Cove, Gregory Town, Eleuthera

Description: 1998 32 ft. White & Blue Intrepid with two
250 hp Yamaha Outboard Engine

Registration#: n/a





Name of Vessel: n/a

A reward of $5,000 is being offered for any information
leading to the recovery of the vessel or the arrest and
prosecution of the culprits. . :

Please call 919, 326-1449 or 328-4962

He said the perception is
that the exchange was not a
good idea because it would

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1.26 Bahamas Waste 1.45 1.45 0.00 0.143 0.060 10.0 4.20%
1.05 Fidelity Bank 1.49" 1.49 0.00 0.188 0.050 7.9 3.68%
8.00 Cable Bahamas 9.15 9.15 0.00 0.618 0.240 14.8 2.62%
1.39 Colina Holdings 1.96 1.96 0.00 0.009 0.000 217.8 0.00%
8.50 Commonwealth Bank 10.80 10.80 0.00 0.931 0.600 11.6 5.56%
4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 4.85 4.98 0.13 0.115 0.045 40.7 0.96%
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_ FirstCaribbean
Career Opportunity

GENERAL MANAGER, PREMIER BANKING AND ASSET MANAGEMENT
(Based in Barbados)

FirstCaribbean International Bank is the combination of CIBC. and Barclays Bank in the Caribbean, Bahamas
and Belize. We are the region’s largest publicly traded bank with over 3,500 staff serving over 5.3 million
people in 17 countries. We manage over 700,000 active accounts via 100 retail branches and
corporate/international banking centres.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
° Lead development and execution of superior business strategies to significantly increase client recruitment and new business as
‘well as retain existing client relationships 5
¢ Direct all Regional Premier Banking Centres and Account Managers in strategy execution ;
° Formulate Staff Development Strategy to ensure full development of all staff's product knowledge and relationship management
skills
© Working closely with the Marketing team; lead the development and maintenance of good market and competitive knowledge,
to ensure that all features of the Premier Banking and Asset Management offer, in particular products and pricing, remain
competitive in the market place

PREREQUISITES:
e Thorough understa.;ding and experience of successful customer relationship management strategies
e Proven exemplary negotiation and influencing skills to shape thinking and decisions while responding to underlying concerns or
multiple interests
e Excellent relationship building skills to establish solid bonds with key internal and external business partners
~ © Well-developed understanding of marketing and what drives customer/sales behaviours and product management
e Strong communication ability to translate strategic intent into action, both orally and written
e Problem solving skills to develop creative approaches and solutions to resolve high level, complex, often unprecedented issues
e Thorough understanding of Asset Management Business Strategies and Product Solutions .

We offer an attractively structured compensation and reward package as well as performance bonuses.
Applications with detailed résumés should be submitted no later than 14th July, 2006 to:

Carla Branch

FirstCaribbean International Bank
Head Office, Warrens

St. Michael, Barbados
Carla.Branch@firstcaribbeanbank.com

Only applicants who are short-listed will be contacted.

FIRSTCARIBBEAN

INTERNATIONAL BANK

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take more property away from
the residents.

“ He [Bimini Bay developer
Gerald Capo] cannnot
exchange his wet land for dry
land,” said Mr Edgecombe.

Pointed

He pointed out that while ~

there were hundreds of foreign
workers engaged on the Bimi-
ni Bay project, local Biminites
were finding it increasingly dif-

ficult to find employment and |

pay their bills.

Mr Edgecombe said resi-
dents feel that Bimini Bay was
not in the best interests of the
island and needed to be scaled
back.

For example, he noted that
the project called for 2000 con-
dominium units, If these were
all filled:-with just two people
per unit,-it would flood the
island with 8,000 people.

“ It needs to be scaled back,”
he said.

Mr Peet said that in the ini-
tial ‘negotiations with Bimini
Bay’s developers, RAV
Bahamas and its principal, Mr
Capo, the previous FNM gov-
ernment may have been over-










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. PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, NORLON HUBERT
HANNA of 158 Vancouver Rd, Freeport Bahamas, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, intend to change my name to NORLON
HUBERT ROLLE. If there are any objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to
the Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box F-43536, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of publication of this notice.

oncern over possible
Bimini land exchange

ly generous.

He said the initial agreement
was put in place by the previ-
ous FNM administration, but
added that the current gov-
ernment was in negotiations
with the developers. to
exchange some of the land to
make the development more
eco-friendly.

_Mr Peet said the Govern-
ment was working to exchange
the more environmentally-rich
land with smaller parcels of
land better suited for develop-

Added

He added that the Prime
Minister was committed to
working with the Bahamas
Environment, Science and
Technology Commission
(BEST) to minimise the envi-
ronmental impact on Bimini.

“All the projects which we
have approved have had strict
environmental and BEST con-

: ditions.

“At every stage of develop-
ment there has to be BEST
approval. There are no blan-
ket approvals given,” said Mr
Peet.



Aveits Ltd 4

Bahama Hand Prints will be closed for
renovations on Saturday July 8th, Sat July
15th, Sat July 22nd & Sat July 29th. We
apologize for the inconvenience.

Business will be as per usual Monday’s
through Friday’s 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.















Lecture:

event.

in the MOH.

The Kidney Foundation of the
Bahamas cordially invites the
general public to

attend a lecture

On THURSDAY July 6th 2006 at
7:30 p.m. at The College of the

Bahamas, U.W.I Restaurant

Topic: “ADVANCES IN KIDNEY
TRANPLANTATION and the
PROSPECTS FOR KIDNEY —

TRANSPLANTATION IN THE BAHAMAS”

Dr. Phillip BELITSKY
Professor Emeritus
Faculty of Medicine
Dalhousie University,
Nova Scotia, Canada.

EVERY dialysis patient, their families and
friends, as well as doctors, nurses, social
workers, counselors, health care providers,
MOH officials and the general public should
make a special effort to attend this important

This is a groundbreaking milestone in
Medicine for the Bahamas, SO PLAN NOT

TO MISS THIS ONE!!!

Introductory remarks by Dr. Ada Thompson,
president of the KF'B and Dr. Robin Roberts,
Consultant Urologist and Transplant Surgeon


























INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY




ae rit
JULY 6TH, 2006
oe MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES

‘LOT NO. 1490 GOLDEN GATES SECTION 2

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot no. 1490 of the subdivision known and designated as
Golden Gates, the said subdivision situated in the southwestern district of New Providence, bahamas. This property
is comprised of a 25 yer old single family residence consisting of approximately 2,480 sq. ft. of enclosed living
space with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, living, dining rooms and kitchen. The land is on a grade and
| level, however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the posibility of flooding during annual
heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, ith improvements including driveway, walkway and
low shrubs. Yard is enclosed on one side wth a 5 foot chain linked fencing and a low cement block wall to the

front.
Appraisal: $162,616.00

Traveling west on Carmichael Road turn left then right onto the service road opposite Bahamas Faith Ministries Complex, then first left again after passing clico and pre-school.
The subject house is the 6th house left painted green trimmed white. Ae



KENNEDY SUBDIVISION
(NASSAU)

Lot no. 21 all utilities available 10 year old single story house, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, living room, dining area, family room, kitchen, study, laundry
and an entry porch.

Appraisal: $188,406.00

Heading west along Soldier Road take main entrance to Kennedy Subdivision on the left, then take the 1st corner on the left then 1st right, house

is second on your right with garage.

i

<<. . . MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 40,000 sq ft being portion of lot #120 of the original Murphy Town Corwn Allotments,
Abaco, Bahamas. One of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised a single storey concrete structure
consisting of approximately 1,000 sq ft of enclosed living space, with three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, dining room and kitchen. .
The building appears to have recently undergone refurbishment. The property is enclosed with chain-link fencing and partially lanscaped.

Appraisal: $144,350.00

ee This property is situated off the front street, Murphy Town, Abaco.

MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)

Lot #60 with a structure, lot size 60 x 115 ft., 6,900 sq. ft., 10 ft., above sea level but below road level and would flood in a severe hurricane
the duplex has dimensions of 60 ft by 30 ft partly of wood and partly of cement blocks with one section virtually finished and occupied with -
blocks up to window level and floor ready to be poured. The roof is asphalt shingles, the interior walls and ceiling are of 1x6 pine and the
floor of ceramic tiles. The finished work is average/below, 2 bedrooms, one bath, living/dining. The occupied portion of the structure is not
complete. Age: 10 years old.







Appraisal: $60,540.00

LOT NO. 68 WOODLAWN WAY
WINTON HEIGHTS
(NASSAU)

All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 14,897 sq. ft. being lot 6, block 13, in the Subdivision known as Winton Heights, this
| property is comprised of a 26 year old 11/2 storey single family resident consisting of approximately 2,567 sq. ft. of enclosed living space
with 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, upstairs and downstairs consisting ofa foyer, guest:bedroom and bath, laundry room, kitchen, powder room,
sunken living area, tv room and dining area. Climate control is provided by wall air conditioning units throughout the house quality of construction
and maintenance is fair as a good amount of remedial work is needed on the roof and plumbing system. The effective age of the building is
seven years the property is rectangular in shape on flat terrain, and on a level grade slightly elevated above the road to disallow. flooding
during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds improvements include a concrete wall with two double gates at the front with chain-link
fencing otherwise, open patios at the front and back, and a 20,000 gal rainwater cistern under the front patio overall, the grounds are attractive





and well kept. "ak

Appraisal: $387,647.00

Traveling east on Prince Charles Drive go pass Winton Super Value, then second left to T Junction, turn right at T junction and the subject property is the third house right painted
yellow trimmed white. :



INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL
LOT NO. 433 GOLDEN GATE SECTION 1
ee (NASSAU)

All that lot of land having an area of 5,000 sq. ft., being lot No. 433 of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates, the said
| subdivision situated in the southern district of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of a 28yr old single family residence

| consisting of approximately 1,342 sq. ft on enclosed living space with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, living, dining rooms, utility room and kitchen.
The land is on a grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual
heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs and trees. Yard
is enclosed with chain linked fencing and a concrete wall with iron gate to the front.



Appraisal: $188,702.00
Traveling south on Baillou Hill Road and make a left just pass the stop light at the junction of Carmichael Road, follow the Curve around then
first left again. At the t-junction turn left the subject house is the 2nd house right painted pink trimmed white with wall in front.

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7 LOT NO. 413 ;
ST. MARTEEN ROAD, GOLDEN GATES

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot 413 St. Marteen Road of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates
No. 2, situated in the southwestern district of New Providence, Bahamas. Located on the property is a structure comprising of an approximately
20 yr old single familiy residence consisting of approximately 1,052 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living/dining
room, and kitchen. This land is on grade and level and appear to be sufficently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual
heavy falny periods. The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed with chain
linked fencing. :

Appraisal: $144,297.30



Traveling south along Blue Hill Road, turn right onto St. Vincent Road. which is the 4th corner after passing the Golden Gates Shopping Centre.
Take 1st corner right - Toria Street, then right onto St. Croix Road, turn left again onto St. Johns Road then first left onto St. Marteen Road the subject property is the 7th house left

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LOT NO.1 HOPKINS DRIVE CORAL HARBOUR
All that lot ‘of vacant land having an area of approximately 17,557 sq. ft. Being lot no.1 And is situated on hopkins drive of the subdivision known and designated as Coral Harbour,
the said subdivision situated in the western district of New Providence Bahamas. This area is zoned residential single family with all utilities and services available. The land is ona
grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual rainy periods of the year.

APPRAISAL: $105,342.00

Directions: take Coral Harbour road from round about, head straight towards canal, take the third corner on the right Hopkins Drive. Take Hopkins Drive all the way towards end
of road heading north, the subject property is located on the left just before unpaved road and southern side of Country Club Road and the western section of Coral Waterways

Subdivision.



‘ RAINBOW SUBDIVISION LOT NO. 3 BLOCK 27 (ELEUTHERA)

All that vacant iot of land having an area of approximately 14,052.59 sq. ft. being lot no. 3, block 27, of Rainbow Subdivision with residential zoning. This property is bounded about
103.44 ft north by Queens Highway, and 137.02 ft. east and about 99.94 ft south of Rainbow Hill Circul 139.91 ft west, all utilities and services available.

Appraisal: $37,4400.00

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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FROM page 1B

The Abaco-based Solomon’s
SuperCentre was sold to Price
Right operator Chad Sawyer
and his business partner, Super
Value’s Rupert Roberts.
Although Mr Watchorn
declined to reveal the identity of
the purchaser of Solomon’s on
Treasure Cay, it is understood
to be Lowell Albury.

Abaco Markets’ plan to focus
on its core Nassau and Freeport
markets means that it is seeking
to divest all the stores and assets
it holds outside New Providence
and Grand Bahama, meaning
those operations in Abaco and
the Turks & Caicos.

“We have discussions going
on for Cost Right Abaco and
some discussions for Cost Right
Turks, but there’s nothing defin-
itive on those yet. We'll contin-
ue to manage those until we
finalise a divestment,” Mr
Watchorn said.

An offer for Cost Right Turks
had also been turned down
because it failed to match what

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2006 and 6:50 a.m. on Friday, May 19, 2006

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Registration#: N 08607

Name of Vessel: “Sea Bee”

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prosecution of the culprits.

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Abaco Markets was seeking.
Mr Watchorn acknowledged
that the divestment programme
was a “difficult decision”, as the
company would some losses
through legal fees, stamp tax

payments and other costs asso-

ciated with the divestments.

He added: “Quarter one anc
quarter two will reflect those
changes, but ultimately we’ll be
left with a core business that
should be profitable. We’ve
been able to secure the employ-
ment of almost all the employ-
ees [ at those businesses that
were divested.”

Mr Watchorn said that in the
short-to-medium term, Abaco
Markets was seeking to grow
its business organically from its

‘continuing operations, feeling

that there were “a lot of oppor-
tunities” in its core markets of
Nassau and Freeport.

“There will be a major turn-
around in cash flow for the
company,” Mr Watchorn said.

“The businesses that are con-
tinuing are the cash contribu-
tors for the business. There will
be a significant improvement in -






cash flow for the company.

“While our sales are 10 per
cent up, we feel there’s oppor-
tunities for us. The focus is on
organic growth, our operational
issues and managing shrink. We
are seeing some small successes
in our shrinkage.”

Abaco Markets had hired
Stephen Smollett, the former
Cost Right owner who sold the
business to Abaco Markets, as

its executive vice-
president/president of store
operations.

“Mr Smollett brings with him
over 30 years grocery experi-
ence to our group, along with
tremendous insight to the set
up and operation of our retail
models,” Mr Watchorn said.

“Mr Smollett knows our mar-
ket, understands our challenges
and rounds out our executive
team with the experience we
have needed. We are confident
that Mr Smollett’s appointment
will deliver improved store
operations and product flow,
and the improved shopping
experience we know are key to
our productivity and profitabil-
ity.”

The Abaco Markets presi-
dent said that while the econo-
my had helped the company’s
sales performance, the measures
it had taken over the past four
years had brought it close to the
point of returning to profitabil-
ity.

“A lot of the initiatives we
have put in over the last few
years are coming to fruition, so

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now we really feel as if we’re
heading in the right direction,”
Mr Watchorn said. “That work
is beginning to pay off. Its not--,
finished, but we finally feel+.*.:
we're going in the right direc-,*;
tion.” sos
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tion at the Town Centre Mall’s.«.,
Cost Right store had just been
expanded, while the baby
department had proved a good -,
addition, given that there were at i,
an estimated 100 births pers? ‘
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money safe comes up, he said.

“Why not take a few minutes
to do something that could
potentially save your vaca-
tion?” Stephens asked. In most
cases, the precautions are so
simple that “they can go on
your to-do list with ‘buy sun-
tan lotion’ and everything else,”
he added.

The top recommendation
from Stephens is to clean out
your wallet.

“Remove unnecessary credit .

cards, your Social Security card
and any other unneeded docu-
ments that could compromise
your identity if lost or stolen
while you’re on Vacation,” he
said.

Then make a photocopy of
the cards you’ve decided to
take along and keep it ina
secure location with you (not
in your wallet) or leave it with a
trusted rekative or friend back
home, Stephens said.

“Now you know who you

need to contact and how to _

reach them if your wallet is
missing,” he said.

Travellers should never leave
their wallets or any identifying
documents in their hotel rooms
when they're not there, he
added.

“Use a hotel safe, when avail-
able,” Stephens said. “Or keep
your wallet and documents with
you at all times.”

Stephens also recommends
people leave their debit cards at
home when they hit the road,
either in the United States or
abroad.

“Say you're carrying a debit
card and it falls out of your
pocket at the beach, or you
leave it in a store after making
a purchase,” he said. “If it falls
into the wrong hands, they can
wipe out your bank account in
a matter of hours.”

It can take several weeks to

‘ sort out debit-card problems

with financial institutions,
potentially ruining a vacation
in the interim, he said.

“You’re much better off with
a credit card,” he added.
“You're not out the money ...
while you're getting it sorted
out.”

Nancy Dunnan, a consumer
finance expert who is editor of
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urges travellers to adapt what
she calls a “divide and conquer”
strategy.

“Your natural reflex is to put
everything in one place, but it’s
better to have your main cred-
it card in one place and your
backup card in another,” she

' said. “That way, if a thief gets
one — or you lose something --
you have an alternative.”

The same applies to cash,
Dunnan said.

“Every time you pay fo
something, a pickpocket sees
where your cash is held,” she

noted. So she recommends

travellers stash their cash in dif-
ferent pockets, in different parts
of their purse, in their socks, in
a tote, in the hotel safe.

She also favours unusual con-
tainers for money and [Ds.
How.about a small zipper cos-
metic case for your passport or
photocopies of important doc-
uments? Or a small cardboard
jacket, like those hotels hand
out with their plastic room keys,
for credit and bank cards?

Dunnan is a fan of traveller’s

“checks or prepaid traveller's
‘check cards for backup cash.
Some financial institutions offer
them free or at reduced fees to
their regular customers, she
said.

But Dunnan urges caution in
cashing them: “The best place is
at one of the issuer’s offices.
Avoid cashing them at hotels,
shops or restaurants — fees and
the exchange rate are both like-
ly to be atrocious.”

Or go to bigger rather than
smaller financial institutions,
she said. That’s because larger
institutions generally offer a
better exchange rate and lower
fees because they handle larger
volumes of transactions.

One place not to leave extra
cash or backup phone numbers
is inside checked baggage
“where dishonest security per
sonnel or baggage handlers can
find it,” she said.

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“ BUSINESS

Abaco Markets planning 10% BSL deal stake

FROM page 1B

Symonette, Abaco Markets
chairman and chief executive,
said in a statement.

“We see the possible minori-
ty investment in BSL Holdings
as presenting new opportuni-




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(30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

ties to achieve what we sought
in a strategic partner to improve
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Markets.”

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assets and focus on ‘core mar-
kets’, plus its search for a strate-
gic partner, before the oppor-
tunity to invest in BSL Hold-
ings arose.

“We were looking for strate-
gic partner to help us in the
areas we needed help in - some
operational support, and to gain
synergies from purchasing,” Mr
Watchorn said.

“While this search was going
on, we were invited to partici-
pate in the BSL transaction. We
looked at it and thought we
could gain the same synergies
as from a strategic partner.”

Mr Symonette added: “There
is obviously speculation about
how this opportunity came
about. For us, it has been a
process of exploring options to
improve our results and finalise
our return to profitability.

“We immediately recognised
the benefit of participating in
the proposed BSL Holdings’
purchase of 78 per cent of
Bahamas Supermarkets to gain
that operational support and
realise purchasing synergies we
originally sought.”

And he added: “The divest-
ments were recognised as criti-
cal to our ability to effectively
manage the markets with the
greatest potential for our group,
and would happen regardless
of any interest in BSL.

“Our focus is on our opera-
tions — on business as usual - as
our task is returning our. com-
pany to profitability, whether
or not we have a small interest
in BSL or a strategic partner.”

-The previous announcement
of Abaco Markets’ potential
involvement in the BSL Hold-
ings deal appeared to spark a
flurry of ‘buying’ activity involv-
ing the company’s shares, which
did not appear to be based on
fundamentals.

Since May 18, when it was
announced that Winn-Dixie and
the US Bankruptcy Court in
Jacksonville had approved the
BSL Holdings deal, Abaco
Markets share price has risen
from a 52-week low of $0.59 to
a high of $1.85. It closed yes-
terday at $1.82.

The share price is likely to
have been driven up by specu-
lators acquiring stock from
retail investors who wanted to

get out, with the buyers possibly ~

‘putting two and two together to

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make five’ by believing this her-
alded a potential merger
between Abaco Markets and
Bahamas Supermarkets.

One apparent shareholder, a
D. Cartwright, wrote a letter to
The Tribune, saying: “Over the
last two months I have watched
the share price of Abaco Mar-
kets jump from $0.59 to $1.80.
This is a 200 per cent increase,
and while I am thrilled about
this, is there something going
on that we, as shareholders,
should know and be able to
benefit from?”

Mr Symonette’s statement
was designed to clear up such
sentiments.

Keith Davies, the Bahamas
International Securities
Exchange’s (BISX) chief exec-
utive, told The Tribune that
BISX-listed companies only had
to disclose material events such
as acquisitions once they had
happened. In other words, this
means disclosure is only
required when something
becomes concrete.

He explained: “If there is
anything going on, disclosures
need to be made at the right
time, and the right time is when
certain decisions are made,
meaning final decisions. Just
talking to someone is not a dis-
closable event.”

There has also been concern
that minority investors in
Bahamas Supermarkets, who
hold part of the 22 per cent
stake not under Winn-Dixie’s
control, should have already
been informed about the impact
the BSL deal will have on the
company and their investment.

Bahamas Supermarkets is not
listed on BISX, though, and it is
unlikely any more disclosures
will be forthcoming until the
BSL Holdings deal is conclud-
ed.

For its part, Fidelity Mer-
chant Bank & Trust, which put
together the BSL Holdings buy-
out group, has been quietly
going about gaining the neces-
sary exchange control and oth-
er approvals needed to com-
plete the deal.

It is understood to have also
been seeking to raise, on BSL’s
behalf, a combination of debt
and equity financing to replace
the hole that was left in the

group after Neal & Massy/Bar-
bados Shipping & Trade were’

forced to withdraw as equity
investors.

Yet it is understood that
Neal & Massy/Barbados Ship-
ping & Trade may be the oper-
ating partners for BSL Hold-
ings, as their representatives
have already visited Bahamas
Supermarkets to ask staff ques-
tions.

Shopping centre, from 1B

the next five years. There’s a big
demand and we want to be able
to supply younger generations
with affordable lots.”

He described Coral Harbour
and southwestern New Provi-
dence as “the last frontier”, as no
more land was available on the
island.

The population in that area of
the island was projected to grow
by 3.5 per cent per annum, and
the proposed shopping centre
would give them greater conve-
nience and cut down on traffic
congestion, as they would no
longer have to travel to Cable
Beach, Lyford Cay or Golden
Gates to purchase groceries and
other necessities.

Mr Joudi added that he was
already constructing a smaller
shopping centre, known as Hum-
mingway Plaza, which will have a
“first-class restaurant, liquor
store, pharmacy and convenience
store” when completed.

The Hummingway subdivision,

‘Mr Joudi said, was almost 90 per

cent complete with: houses
already being constructed, while
Riviera was some 50 per cent
complete.

The FTC president added that
he employed Bahamian architects
and engineers for his develop-
ment, with his company hiring
numerous subcontractors.

Mr Joudi advocated that pri-
vatisation of public corporations
such as the Bahamas Electricity
Corporation (BEC) and Water
& Sewerage Corporation would
make such utilities even more
efficient and responsive in ser-
vice delivery.

He added that while the
employees of all the public cor-
porations were highly skilled and
performed vital work, privatisa-
tion would further boost the

economy by making the utilities -
even more sensitive to private

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sector needs. a
Mr Joudi said fears that pri- +’.

vatisation would result in large. ,

numbers of redundancies were
unfounded, as becoming more
efficient would result in an even
higher demand for their services.
“Privatisation is very, very crit-,
ical to the success of this countrys”
and this economy. It would be)a‘.,
major winner,” Mr Joudi said,
explaining that it would enable”,
Bahamian capital to invest in the
corporations, with Bahamians
becoming shareholders. a
Developers have in the past”
told The Tribune that even the’,
smallest delay in the installation if’
utilities costs both time and mon-
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operating cost- environment that .!
exists in the Bahamas. Often, -
these costs are - at least in partâ„¢-
passed on to the end consumer, 5.:
Mr Joudi, though, praised fie:
Ministry of Works, Town Plan-
ning Department and Building .
Control Department, saying he.
could only give them “high”.
marks” for their efficiency and.
service delivery.
Praising Bahamian workers for?’

. their ability to multi-task and’

have the ability to perform sev- °
eral skilled jobs, Mr Joudi said .
he would also be interested in
joint venturing with the Govern-:
ment to build a second storey. at. :
the Nassau International Airport.‘ .*
(NIA) car park to solve the exist- + | - |
ing parking space shortages. - ’

Mr Joudi, who is a member of
the Bahamas Society of Engi-’
neers and the Bahamian Com: a!
tractors Association, is also? al.
shareholder of the Bahamas
International Securities Exchange
(BISX). The exchange currently
leases premises from him. ;

A member of the American, |
Civil Engineering Society, Mr:
Joudi has numerous qualifications, k
from US universities. be’

id

Legal Notice oo

NOTICE a

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT (No. 45 of 2000)

MOUNTFORD LIMITED ©

In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
137 (4) of the International Business Companies Act |;

(No. 45 of 2000), MOUNTF ORD LIMITED is in

Dissolution.

The date of commencement of dissolution is 1st day

of May, 2006.

Derek Galliano,
of 5 Calpe House,
Moorish Castle Estate,

{23

TS RS RN a Re

Gilbraltar
Liquidator

MUST SELL



3 Bed/ 2 Bath Residence 2,854 sq ft situated on 1.85 acres
Located Queens Highway, Nicholls Town, North Andros.

For conditions of the sale and any other information, please contact:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit
at: 502-0929 or 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit, P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas

to reach us before July 218

2006.

NOTICE

Date Stolen: night of June 12, 2006 and early hours of June: | |
13, 2006

Location of Theft: San Marino Marina, Paradise Island

Description: 2002 19 ft. White Boston Whaler with 2002
150 hp Yamaha Outboard Engine

Registration#: N 09181

Name of Vessel: “Tender To Trixsea”’

A reward of $5,000 is being offered for any information.
leading to the recovery of the vessel or the arrest and
prosecution of the culprits.

Please call 919, 326-1449 or 328-4962





THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 9B

a eae
Act means. businesses

_ must safeguard data
| FROM page 3B



LIST OF AUTHORIZED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 2007

considerations, and in light of
the preventative and protec-





* In the interest of national
security as determined by the
Commissioner of Police or the
Commodore of the Defence

tive nature of the Act, busi-
nesses, particularly those who
may have limited knowledge
or resources with regard to










Adderley, Patrick
Albury, Wycliffe






| Nu-Way Electric Co. Ltd.

THREE PHASE ELECTRICIANS



BUSINESS NAME

ADDRESS



P.O. Box N-7487
P.O. Box N-1877

CITY/ISLAND
Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas






324-0641
393-3558


















































Force. information technology and e- Anderson, Berkle Lil Bert Electric P.O. Box GT-2021 _| Nassau, Bahamas 357-8883
“ae commerce legislation, would Archer, Leonard Taylor Industries Limited P.O. Box N-4806 __| Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941

* For the purposes of crimi- do well to provide adequate Archer, Leonard G. Taylor Industries Limited P.O. Box N-4806__| Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941

i joati ions _ training, internal controls and Bain, Alfred P.O. Box CB-11808 | Nassau, Bahamas 357-3339
nal ivestipations; Prosecunon b Bain, James Bain’s Electric P.O. Box SS-5595 Nassau, Bahamas 325-8451

and the collection of taxes,

monitoring to ensure full and









| Bartlett, Clarence A.

Bartlett's Electrical

P.O. Box F-41026

Nassau, Bahamas







dufies, and similar levies. proper compliance with this [Basden, Trevor The Electrical Institute P.O. Box GT-2460 _| Nassau, Bahamas 328-0910
Act. Bethel, Marcus Marco Air-Conditioning & Ref. P.O. Box AB-20192 | Abaco, Bahamas 367-3186

“* The protection of interna-
tioaal relations of the country.

“To prevent injury, damage
or loss to person or property.

“ay s

* Any disclosure required by
enactment of law or the

NB: The information con-
tained in this article does not
constitute nor is it a substitute
for legal advice. Persons read-
ing this article and/or column,
generally, are encouraged to
seek the relevant legal advice









Bodie, Meteor
Bowe, Donald
Bowleg, Nicholas
Bostwick, Kermit

| Brennen, Samuel O. Sr.

| Brown, Patrick
Bullard, William









Channel Electric Service & Repairs | P.O. Box GT-2021

Nassau, Bahamas



P.O. Box F-41160

Freeport, Grand Bah.

323-5478











Campbell, Ishmael
Campbell, Stanley





Flameless Electrical
Brennen Electrical Services



Service Electric Ltd.
Campbell's Electric Company Ltd.
Campbell's Electric Company Ltd.








P.O. Box GT-2717
P.O. Box EE-17102



P.O. Box N-7935

P.O. Box EX-29130

P.O. Box N-8430
P.O. Box SS-5087
P.O. Box SS-5087

Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
- George Town, Exu
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas






ma 336-2408
361-4106

























































enforcement of a court order. and assistance regarding issues Collie, Stephen Colco Electric Company Limited Fo. Box ae Nassau, Bahamas - 2S
fat : ~ ‘i -~6212

one that may affect them and may Cox, Donovan . Box F-44294 _| Freeport, Grand Ba a
'#- Any disclosure required _ relate to the information pre- SUED ICatae. pcaleereeane POs Box BAe20259. 4 aeorge Town. Byuma 336-2816
forsthe purpose of obtaining sented. Delancy, Sherwin se_| Delancy’s Electric Company Ltd. P.O. Box EE-15075 . | Nassau, Bahamas 328-8868
wt L. E Douglas, Rudolph : P.O. Box N-8719 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4612
legal advice or required as part = © +2006. Tyrone 1. EB. Edgecombe, Felton P.O. Box FH-14301_| Nassau, Bahamas 324-2423
Fitzgerald. All rights reserved. Edwards, Jonas P.O. Box CB-12750 | Nassau, Bahamas 362-0380

of legal proceedings.
Lyf
“# Any disclosure made to
the data subject concerned or
‘. to“a person acting on his
‘-. béhalf; or

‘.* Any disclosure made at the

réquest or consent of the data
subject or a person acting on
his behalf.

Tyrone L. E. Fitzgerald.is a

« practising attorney in the

Chambers of Fitzgerald &
Fitzgerald. Should you have
any comments or enquiries
regarding the content of this
article, you may contact Mr
Fitzgerald at Suite 212, Lagoon
Court Building, Olde Towne
Mall at Sandyport, West Bay
St., P. O. Box CB-11173, Nas-





Fox, Livingston
Gibson, Arthur
Greene; John
Hanna, Clifton
Heastie, Eugene
Hepburn, Paul
Johnston, William

King, Garnet






Knowles, Alfred
Knowles, Kenuth
Knowles, Quentin

Fox Electrical Enterprise
AG Electric Company



Commonwealth Electrical Co.
P GA Electric
J & J Electric Limited



Kenuth’s Electric |



P.O. Box N-4370



Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N-8807 ‘| Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N-10683 Nassau, Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-13972 | Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box EE-15223
P.O. Box N-8012
P.O. Box AN-20413
P.O. Box N-1490
P.O. Box CB-12585
P.O. Box F-40169
P.O. Box CB-13929

Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas

[Nes Bahamas

Marsh Harbour, Abaco

Freeport, G. Bahama__|

328-1986
393-8192
341-4937
328-6532
477-0446

356-7239

367-5145
| 324-1960



427-6122
559-3008



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‘Based on the foregoing legal sau, Bahamas. Lockhart AWa
ate ‘ | Longley, Nicholas
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Taylor Industries Limited







341-5522

Flameless Electrical | P.O. Box SS-5945 Nassau, Bahamas - 325-8666
The Brothers Electrical P.O: Box F-44925 Freeport, G. Bahama 374-7710
P.O. Box EX-29036_| George Town, Exuma 336-2433

: P.O. Box N-10251 Nassau, Bahamas 557-4304
P.O. Box N-4806__| Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941








































































= Babar. Thomas | Three Phase _| Taylor Industries Limited + P.O. Box N-4806 Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941
sy Martinborough, Timothy | Three Phase : P.O. Box EE-17105 | Nassau, Bahamas 393-1079
COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2006 | Mcintosh, Elia me Three Phase P.O. Box EE-15850 | Nassau, Bahamas | 395-8179
“IN THE SUPREME COURT : CLE/QUI/00474 Mcintosh, Lionel Three Phase _| P.O. Box F-44239 __| Freeport, Grand B. [352-9269
Equity Side Mcintosh, Peter Three Phase P.O. Box N-8804 Nassau, Bahamas 357-4011
ees McPhee, Godfrey _ Three Phase _| McPhee Electrical Engineering | P.O. Box N-4133 Nassau, Bahamas 345-0216
4 Miller, Lottason Three Phase ; P.O. Box EE-17221_| Nassau, Bahamas 364-7435






P.O. Box N-3705 326-2852

P.O. Box 26036

Three Phase | O'Brien Electric Nassau, Bahamas

Three Phase



1; INTHE MATTER of all that piece parcel or lot of O'Brien, Hugh

Patton, Simeon







































































































































































i ss : Rock Sound, Eleuthera 334-2176
‘land containing 34,155 square feet situate on the East Three Phase | Sunrise Electric Company Limited _| P.O. Box N-1836 | Nassau, Bahamas 477-0075
, Side of the Town of Marsh Harbour in the Island of Pintard, John Three Phase P.O. Box SS-5761__| Nassau, Bahamas 361-4036
* Abaco one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of Rahming, Drexel Three Phase _ P.O. Box N-7418 Nassau, Bahamas 361-6554 _|
i The Bahamas. - Reckley, John Three Phase_| Caribbean Electric P.O. Box SS-5594 Nassau, Bahamas 362-4404
; Rolle, Anthony Three Phase P.O. Box F-44932 Freeport, Grand Bah. 477-9383
AND Russell, Jeremy Three Phase | Russell's Electrical P.O. Box EE-17010 | Nassau, Bahamas 364-5993
IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act 1959 Sands, Gregory Three Phase | New Millennium Electric P.O. Box N-8234 Nassau, Bahamas 361-3274
i AND Sands, Thomas Three Phase P.O. Box SS-5594 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4516
i ae f Seymour, Raphath Three Phase | Quick's Electrical P.O. Box SB-51544 | Nassau, Bahamas 557-2905
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of Lowell H. Albury and Eleanor Simms, Roderick Three Phase P.O. Box FH-14463_| Nassau, Bahamas 427-8825
Albury Storr, Hen Three Phase _| Henry F. Storr Electric P.O. Box N-945 = Nassau, Bahamas 393-7777
‘ Storr, Henry Three Phase_| Henry F. Storr Electric P.O. Box N-945 Nassau, Bahamas 393-7777
' z : | Stuart, Marvin | Three Phase | Eagle Solutions Limited P.O. Box CR-55440_| Nassau, Bahamas 341-5085
i 4 Sullivan, Wilfred G. | Three Phase_| Sullivan Electrical | P.O. Box $8-5281 [ Nassau, Bahamas ___ 393-7737
i NOTICE Symonette, Christopher | Three Phase | Innovative Waves Limited P.O. Box CB-12394 | Nassau, Bahamas 392-8282
: Taylor, George Three Phase _| Taylor's Electrical & Mechanical_. [ P.O. Box SN-51346_| Nassau, Bahamas 328-3984
; “ Thomas, Howard | Three Phase . : eae Pa Aa Nosy ed é | P.O. Box N-9860 Nassau, Bahamas: - 323-4941
; To: The heirs of John Wesley Pinder “Thompson; Frank A. Three Phase ‘| CoJa ys Building & Maintenance i | P.O. Box N-1903 Nassau; Bahamas: ‘ 323-4257
: Thurston, Peter Three Phase _| Infinity Electrical Contracting P.O. Box CR-54481_| Nassau, Bahamas
, ane Walker, Ralph Three Phase_| Walker's Industries Limited P.O. Box N-668 _| Nassau, Bahamas 325-7831/4
| The Petition of Lowell H. Albury and Eleanor Albury of the Williams, Ambrose Three Phase_| Williams Electric Company P.O. Box N-1151 Nassau, Bahamas
t Settlement of Marsh Harbour in the island of Abaco one of the Williamson, Roosevelt _| Three Phase P.O. Box CR-56352_| Nassau, Bahamas 424-0549
Mee s, : Barnett, Paul Sr. | Three Phase P.O. Box N-5085 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4132
i Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of:- Banat Paukln eo BhBEe SG sRoeN ARES NEceaur Banana
Brennen, Samuel Jr. Three Phase . P.O. Box N-7935 Nassau, Bahamas









































































































ALL THAT of all that piece parcel or lot of land containing Smith, Paul Three Phase P.O. Box N-8483 Nassau, Bahamas 322-5696
34,155 square feet situate on the East side of the Town of SINGLE PHASE ELECTRICIANS
(pe Marsh Harbour in the Island of Abaco one of the Islands as: Neue LISENCE eae BUSINESS NAME | ADDRESS CITY/ISLAND, TELEPHONE .

: of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas bounded Rao Ahan =o eile Phase oe shel Denay [Pleasant Bay And 357-5507
ita NORTHEASTWARDLY by land the property of the Bain, Dwight Single Phase PO. Boxh-Sag1 | Nessau, Bafiames 502-1648
"4% Estate of Wesley Sawyer and running thereon One hundred Bain, Ryan “Single Phase P.O. Box SB-52145 _| Nassau, Bahamas 457-4442
ate : d f ity-Si ds ty hundredth: 146.70) f Barrow, Neil. | Single Phase | Gen-Tech Electric P.O. Box FH-14569 »| Nassau, Bahamas 357-8204
wae and forty-six and Seventy hundredths (146.70) feet Bethel, Samuel Single Phase | K & W Refrigeration & Electrical _| P.O. Box AB-20454 367-4949
; SOUTHEASTWARDLY by land now or formerly the Single Phase | Electric City & Appliances [ P.O. Box CB-13076_| Nassau, Bahamas 436-3226
‘ , ’ F Cargill, Ephraim Single Phase | P.O. Box N-9277 Nassau, Bahamas 395-6540
property of John Jackson and Tanne thereon Two Clarke, Jermaine Single Phase _| Sontech Electrical Services ‘| P.O. Box CR-54053_|. Nassau, Bahamas ‘557-8963

hundred and Twelve and Twenty-three hundredths (212.23) Cleare, Willard Single Phase _| Cleare’s Electric P.O. Box N-5896__| Nassau, Bahamas 323-6465.
feet SOUTHEASTWARDLY partly by a Ten (10) foot Colebrooke, Hen Single Phase |: P.O. Box SS-19485 | Nassau, Bahamas 364-2022
: : : Curry, Elvis Single Phase 4 P.O. Box AB-20592 | Marsh Harbour, Abaco 456-9247
Road Reservation separation the said lot of land from land Curry, Grego Single Phase_| Four G's Electrical Contractor P.O. Box N-4426 Nassau, Bahamas 454-1796
now or formerly the property of Donald Lowe and from Davis, Osborne Single Phase _| Sixteen Electrical Services P.O. Box CB-13096_| Nassau, Bahamas 392-4062
+ land now or formerly the property of the Estate of - |, DeCosta, Logan Single Phase_| Sudden Electric -» |. P.O. Box SB-51384 | Nassau, Bahamas 392-7998
‘Douglas, Rudolph Single Phase : *_|_P.O. Box N-8719 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4612









Willard H. Sawyer and running thereon jointly One hundred
and Ninety-five and Four hundredths (195.04) feet and

Nassau, Bahamas
The Bluff, S. Andros

Ferguson Electric : P.O. Box CR-55545

Ferguson, Andrew :
Megan’s Global Unison General Delive'

Ferguson, Otis B.

393-747 2























ORTHWE ARD rtl 1 Forbes, Clinton Single Phase | Progressive Electrical P.O. Box N-530 Nassau, Bahamas. 394-2336
NOR ee LY partly rt land me to be the Single Phase | Fox Electrical Enterprise FiO; HoXNG4370 | 'NatequiBanamas =. ace TI
property of Wally Smith partly by land said to be the Greene, ArthurA. | SinglePhase | _— P.O. Box N-3304 324-2977
property of Una Bethel and partly by a Six (6) foot Road Hall, Dwight Single Phase. | D.L.H Electric P.O. Box SB-50449 | Nassau, Bahamas 392-5937






| General Delivery
P.O. Box N-4266
P.O. Box N-1169
P.O. Box SB-50087

Johnson Bay, Andros
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas

Hewitt, Christopher —_- | Single Phase
Humes, Michael Single Phase

Johnson, Anderson Single Phase

Johnson, Garfield Single Phase

Single Phase | Ja "s Detail Electric
Single Phase
Jones, Robert Single Phase | Geoffrey Jones & Co. Ltd.

Key, Herbert Single’ Phase Y
Knowles, Edward Single Phase _| Flameless Electrical Cont. Ltd.



Reservation and running thereon jointly One hundred and
Ninety-two and Ninety-seven hundredths (192.97) feet.








Precision Electric Services







393-7238
























: : Johnson, Jeffrey Little Creek, Andros 369-5105
Lowell H. Albury and Eleanor Albury claim to be the owners in fee Johnson, Wilton O. P.O. Box S$-6189__| Nassau, Bahamas 302-8445





P.O. Box N-793 Nassau, Bahamas 322-2188
P.O. Box AB20458 | Marsh Harbour, Abaco

P.O. Box SS-5945 | Nassau, Bahamas

. Simple in possession of the said land free from encumbrances and
"has made application to the Supreme Court in the Commonwealth











325-8666 *



































































































_ of the Bahamas under Section 3 of The Quieting titles Act, 1959 to Mabon, Allan Single Phase _| Taylor Industries Limited P.O. Box N-4806 | Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941
t have their title to the said land investigated and the nature and extent Miller, Bryan Single Phase | Illumination Electrical Services P.O. Box N-10805 Nassau, Bahamas 359-2207
~ thereof determined and decl : : ; 4 McQueen, Darvin Single Phase’ General Delivery Nicholls Town, Andros 329-4316
| he C : si ared in & Certificate of Title to be gt anted Moree, Bruce Single Phase | B.A.M. Electrical Services | P.O. Box SS-6536 Nassau, Bahamas 359-2973
=bY the Court in accordance with the provisions of the said Act. Single Phase | 3-D Electrical Services .O. Box CB-11994_| Nassau, Bahamas 361-0870
: “ Rahming, Edmond Single Phase_| Hard Times Electrical P.O. Box N-3599 Nassau, Bahamas 356-0491
~ ae : . * Roberts, Richard Single Phase_| Roberts Electrical P.O. Box AB-22990 | Nassau, Bahanas 365-6016
.. ft: Aplan of the said land may be inspected during normal office [ Rolle, Wilfred J. R. Single Phase fae Box EE-16770_| Nassau, Bahamas 361-8152
.*+ hours in the following places: | Russell, Nowell Single Phase _| TeJay's Electric (0. Box EE-17239 _| Nassau, Bahamas
€ Sands, Ga Single Phase .O. Box EL-260066 | Palmetto Pt. Eleuthera
[ i . Saag Sands, Gladstone Single Phase_| R G Sands Electric P.O. Box SB-52649 ‘| Nassau, Bahamas
, (a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the said City of Scott, Samuel Single Phase General Delivery Eight Mile Rock, GB
Phe : Nassau; Simmons, Vincent Single Phase_| P.O. Box N-3444 Nassau, Bahamas 323-8976
“f.- (b) The Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes, Storr, Wellington _. | Single Phase : P.O. Box N-1830 Nassau, Bahamas

Dundas Town, Abaco
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas

| Nassau, Bahamas

Single Phase P.O. Box AB-20053
Single Phase |: | P.O. Box CR-54233
Single Phase _| Electrical Wizard & Associates [.P.O. Box SS-19777
Single Phase_| Excalibur Electrical & Building | P.O. Box N-3117
Single Phase _| | P.O. Box N-229

Stuart, Carlington
Stuart, Tyrone
Taylor, Peter
Walker, Hilliard
Williams, Hari







Mareva House, 4 George Street in the City of Nassau,
Attorneys for the Petitioner; and
(c) The office of the Island Administrator at Marsh Harbour,
Abaco.




324-2041





















































































Si eee. RESTRICTED JOURNEYMEN
~ Notice is hereby given that any persons having dower or a right of ADDRESS CITY/ISLAND
= dower or an Adverse Claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition 1 P.O. Box MT-509 Matthew Town, Inagua 339-1300
* shall on or before the 4th day of August, 2006 file in the Supreme Freeport, Grand Bahama
* Court and serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of pearey.s Timothy = 2 EO: Bec EL 26045 Rock Saugey Sewer 334-2296
P.O. Box EL-26034 Rock Sound, Eleuthera

P.O. Box 23

P.O. Box 23002
General Delivery
General Delivery
General Delivery
General Delive
P.O. Box F-41017
General Delivery

~ his claim in the prescribed form, verified by an Affidavit to be filed
}: therewith. Failure of any such person to file and serve a statement
* of his claim on or before the said 4th day of August, 2006 will
. operate as a bar to such claim.

4

‘Dated the 12th day of June, A. D., 2006.

334-4178
464-5731

335-3313

Palmetto Point, Eleuthera
Nicholl’s Town, Andros
Cockburn Town, San Salvador
Cat Cay Utilities Co.
Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera
Bailey Town, Bimini
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Current Island, North Eleuthera

Deal, Joseph
Evans, Robert L.
.Fernander, Clifford
Fernander, Spencer
Johnson, Cedric S.
Hanna, Ralph Alfred zs

Lindsay, Oswald

McDonald, Cornelius




































McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES Pinder, Leonard P.O. Box F-3266 Freeport, Grand Bahama 373-1610
Attorneys for the Petitioner Roberts, Perle P.O. Box AB-22990 Man-O-War Cay, Abaco 365-6118
Marsva' House Matthew Town, Inagua 339-1300
4G Street [ Rolle, Samuel Rolle... | P.O. Box F-41253 Hepburn Town, Grand Bahama
eorge street. P.O. Box AB-20546 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 367-2706.



Nassau, Bahamas



PAGE 10B, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006

New Providence should get -
on the ball for Independence

N MONDAY, we

will be celebrating
our country's 33rd year of
Independence.

While the Family Islands
are expected to be buzzing
with activities surrounding
the celebrations, New Provi-
dence will take a back seat
once again to the many cul-
tural events being planned.

With the exception of the
ground breaking ceremony
for the new national stadium
at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre on Monday
night, there's going to be very
little sporting activities to par-
ticipate in.

The Bahamas Government
aborted its plans to stage the
sixth Bahamas Games this
year because of the plans for
the construction to begin on
the new stadium.

So it would have been good
to see the federations and
associations step up to the
plate and organise their own
sporting activities.

What happened to the
Bahamas Basketball Federa-

tion's Independence Basket-:

ball Classic?

Remember when the colle-
giate and pro players came
home and they matched their
skills against a selected local
side of players? That used to

STUBBS



be a treat for many because it
provided one of the rare
opportunities to view a lot of
the talent that was available
to the country.

At the same time, it pro-
vided the federation with an
opportunity to ensure that
they have the proper contacts

for those players who could
be used to make an impact
on the national team.

With the exception of
cycling, sailing and golf, hard-
ly any of the federations or
associations have any major
sporting events planned for
this weekend.

The Bahamas Cycling Fed-
eration have decided to take
its national championships to
North Andros where they will
hold their 70-mile road race

on Saturday in conjunction -

with the 14th annual North
Andros Regatta.

Trip

At least Andros is the clos-
est island in proximity to New
Providence so many persons
can have the luxury of mak-
ing the quick trip to view the
competition and participate
in the festivities offered.

Fans can also flock to
Grand Bahama where the
Bahamas Golf Federation
will hold its National Cham-
pionships from Friday to
Monday at Our Lucaya Golf
and Country Club.

The championships will
also serve as the final selec-
tion of players for the nation-
al team that will compete at
the Caribbean Amateur Golf

Championships in August in
Jamaica.

While all of that is good for
those two islands in particu-
lar, there should have
been some major sporting
activity going on in New
Providence.

With both the Andre
Rodgers Baseball Stadium
and the Churchill Tener
Knowles National Softball
Stadium both getting ready
to be demolished, it would
have been a good idea for
both sports to combine to put
on a sports festival.

The NPSA is doing it a lit-
tle early in that their All-Star
Classic will be staged tonight.
But there will be no games
played this weekend, to
accommodate those players
who wish to travel or enjoy
the cultural experiences.

The Bahamas Baseball
Federation has already com-
pleted its season and the
Bahamas Baseball Associa-
tion is preparing its national
team for travel to the Cen-
tral American and Caribbean
Games at the end of the
month in July.

The NPSA is also sending
its men and women national
teams to the CAC Games.

So it wouldn't have been a
bad idea if they could have
used this weekend to stage an

exhibition game before the
teams leave next weekend.

And with the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation prepar-
ing to host the Caribbean
Volleyball Championships at
the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasi-
um at the end of August, they
too could have staged a exhi-
bition game for their national
team.

College

There are sufficient play-
ers home from college who
could have matched up
against the locally based play-
ers to put on the exhibition.

Like the exhibition for bas-
ketball, it could have served
as a major fund raiser for the
federations.

It's good to note that we
are celebrating another mile-
stone. But it certainly would
have been a lot better if there
were more sporting events
planned at the national
level to assist in 1 the celebra-
tions.

I'm sure that there will be
many sports fanatics who will
be disappointed that there is
no competition for them to
view this weekend.

Happy Independence and
hope that, next year, we will
see more being done.



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THE Bahamas rugby sevens
team recently went to the Cape
Fear Sevens tournament which
takes place every year in Wilm-
ington, North Carolina. The
event is the premier US Sevens
tournament and always con-
tains two to three top class
sides. This year the teamsto .
beat were NOVA and a British
Universities select side. The
British Universities eventually
won the final by beating
NOVA.

Right off the bat the
Bahamas played NOVA -
perennial winners of this tour-
nament who were loaded with .
big guns. They had three
Fijians of international quality,
a New Zealandér and some top
level US players. The Bahamas
struggled and lost 67 — 0.

Next up were Raleigh, and
the Bahamas recovered to beat
them 28 - 14 in a scrappy |
match.

The final game on day one
was against a Tournament
Select team put together by the
organisers after another side
dropped out. The Bahamas
won by around 20-points
against these competent oppo-
nents but lost Jonno Sands for
the remainder of the tourna-:
ment to a bad eye socket
injury. mihi:
Sunday was the business end °
of the tournament as it entered
the knock out stage. The
Bahamas sneaked past the
Kenyan Exiles, 14-12, ina
game in which they showed
some real grit.

NOVA were up next and,
when it came to half time, the
Bahamas were 14 - 5 down
after a tremendous first half.
Justin Cunningham dotting
down after some sterling work
by the whole team. The crowd
were cheering the Bahamas on
and they got stuck straight in
from the kick-off. NOVA
touched down first before the
Bahamas got another score on
the board, again from Justin. It
was end to end stuff. The
Bahamas eventually lost 26 -—
12 after NOVA sneaked
another try. But the NOVA
players were very complimen-
tary on the enormous improve-
ment the Bahamas had made
in such a short space of time.

¢ For more information
check out
www.rugbybahamas.com

@ THE Bahamas
rugby sevens team
(above) make their
presence felt at the
Cape Fear Sevens tour-
nament (right) which
takes place every year
in Wilmington, North
Carolina.

The event is the pre-
mier US Sevens tour-
nament and always
contains two to three
top class sides.





TRIBUNE SPORTS:.:

_ Young baseball

playersin |
international
competition —

m@ BASEBALL oP
By RENALDO ae
DORSETT ea
Sports Reporter

JUST a few weeks after
the Junior National Basé-
ball Championships,
young baseball players
were at it again, this time.
representing their leagues: '

and countries in interna;., :
. tional competition. 2

At the 2006 Cocoa...
Expo Internationale. «
teams from Freedom .',,
Farm Baseball League in?
Nassau and the Grand - +”
Bahama All Stars com- -
peted in five divisions,
ranging from 10 and
under to 18 and under. : |

Although none of the .
squads were able to cap.

"ture the championship i ip
their respective divisions,
the Bahamian squads still -
turned ina number of ,+;-"
productive performances. : '

Inthe 10 and under —+°;
division, the Freedom .*,>
Farm “A” team advance a .
to the championship .*«*..
round, however they sui: “
fered a disappointing loss .
to the South Daytona | -’-’
Waves, 11-1. Sate,

Competing

Also competing in the:
same division, the Free-
dom Farm “B” team fin-:
ished with a 1-3 record
while the Grand Bahama _
All Stars went 0-4. Sit

In the 12 and under
division, Freedom Farm
finished in third position,

- with a 3-3 record in pool, ,
play.

They lost in the semifi-
nals to the Pompano
Beach All Stars, 5-1, but
rebounded to defeat the .
Cove Creek All Stars in a
closely contested third
place game, 6-5. eoteet

The Grand Bahama Ail
Stars finished with a win-
‘less 0-6 record. rs

Teams competing in the:
14 and under division, the.
Grand Bahama All Stars, °
and the 16 and under divi-’
sion, Freedom Farm, both
finished with winless 0-5"

- records. ee

In the 18 and under * :
division, Freedom Farnt-°
finished with a 3-2 record .
in pool play and fought |.
their way to a third plage, ,
finish.

After just barely miss-_
ing a trip to the champi-
onship game with a 4-3
loss against The Storm,
they shutout the Treasure’:
Coast Young Guns in the

‘third place game, 7-0.

The Cocoa Expo Inter- .
nationale, is one of the -~-‘
more prestigious tourna-
ments for pony league.
baseball players in the.:.
state of Florida, and was ©
first played in 1996. ee

In a 10 year span it has
hosted teams from all
over the United States, | ,
Canada, Chinese-Taipei,
Ecuador, Italy, Pakistan, °
Puerto Rico, Russia, and.
the U.S. Virgin Islands. ”

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per a partner Daniel Nestor, right, of Canada face Simon

Aspelin of Sweden and Todd Perry of Australia, in

their Men's Doubles match at Wimbledon, Wednes-

: FI tsa ee Bite! day July 5, 2006. Knowles and Neston won the match
S Sealine e... a in 6 hours and nine minutes over two days, with a
— score of 5-7, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 23-21, making it the

longest doubles match in Wimbledon and Grand.
Slam history.

season Classic 2. nso

@ SOFTBALL
By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter



AFTER an abundance of rain delays and cancellations, the New
Providence Softball Association has laboured its way through to its
mid season classic.

oth men’s and ladies all-star games will be played tonight at the
Churchill Tener Knowles Stadium, beginning with the ladies at 7pm.

In the Men’s division, the Del Sol Arawaks and TBS Truckers are
tied for the division lead and each will send 11 all-stars to the
event.

Sluggers Jamaal Johnson and Kieron Munroe will lead the
“Eddie Ford Stars” against the versatile Cardinal Gilbert and
Alcott Forbes of the “Adlai Moss Stars.”

Leader

‘Johnson is the league leader in RBIs (12), tied for the league lead
in home runs(4), and in a four way second place tie for runs (10),
while Munroe is tied for league leads in home runs (4) and runs
scored (11).

_. Gilbert leads the league in ERA (1.00), second in wins (3-0), tied

’ for the lead in runs scored and tied for second in home runs (3),
'- | while Forbes is the league leader in stolen bases (4).

'."-(@n the Ladies side, the second place Boomer G Swingers (6-4)
lead the way with 8 all-stars, while the division leading Electro Tele-
com Wildcats (9-1), field 7 selections of their own.
yMeteran ace Mary Edgecombe will lead the “Andrea Knowles
Stars” stars against slugger Christine Hanna and the “Naomi Ellis
Stars.” ‘G ‘

Edgecombe is the league leader is strikeouts (31), wins (6-0)
and has the lowest ERA (2.12).

Hanna is the lead leader in home runs (2) and runs scored_(15).

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Andrea “Gorgeous” Knowles Stars
1st Base: Neressa Seymour (Boomer G)
OA Kelley Smith (Proper Care Pool)
2nd Base: Rebecca Moss (Boomer G)

_ + Alicia Culmer (Whirlpool) __.
3rd Base: Cherkimba Neymour (Whirlpool)
Shortstop: Vanetta Nairn (Proper Care Pool)

Seon, Ramanda Treco (Whirlpool)
Catchers: Dorothy Marshall (Boomer G)

Cleo Symonette (Briteley’s)
Outfielders: Dawn Forbes (Briteley’s)
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Arthur Thompson (Electro Telecom)
2nd:Base: Adrian Hutchinson (TBS)
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3rd Base: Dumont Charlow (Electro Telecom)
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Renee! Marvin Wood (TBS)
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Pitchers: Terrance Culmer (TBS)
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"Managers: . Robert Gilbert (Del Sol)
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@ BOXING
By KELSIE
JOHNSON
Junior Sports
Reporter

BAHAMAS Super Mid-
dleweight champion Jer-
main ‘Choo-Choo’ Mackey
is hoping his third time fac-
ing off with an opponent
nicknamed “Marvelous”
will be a charm.

Mackey struck gold
twice against ‘Marvelous’
Marvin Smith winning a
championship title, and he
is hoping that his streak of
good luck won’t falter as
he goes up against Marcus
‘Marvelous’ Thomas, the
World Boxing Conciel
(CABOFE) champion.

Thomas, a well-rounded
boxer from Barbados, is _
described as one of the
most decorated boxers in
this era, but Mackey views
him as just another oppo-
nent. And according to
Mackey, just like his other
matches and the opponents
in them, Thomas will go
down.

Mackey and Thomas will
take to the corners of the
ring on Friday, 28th July,
at the Radisson Cable
Beach and Golf Resort
Ballroom.

The CABOFE title fight
is scheduled for 12 rounds.
Admitting that he has
seen his opponent in action

on the amateur level,
Mackey said he still does-
n’t know too much about
him, but he is ready for the
fight.

Mackey said: “I slightly
remember him. When I
was a junior he was a
senior. But when it all boils:
down he has two hands
and two feet, so when we
are in the ring Iam going
to do what I do best and I
know he is going to bring
it. There is no doubt at the,
end of the night that I will
be holding the title belt in
my hands.

“T’ve seen him fight
before, I fought a couple of
fellows he has fought, but
we have never fought in
the amateur. But it isa
whole different league
now, than it was on the
amateur level, lama
whole different person as
well. So whatever he’s - ~
bringing I am going to
bring more.”

Mackey currently has a
win-loss record of 10-0-0, °
to Thomas’ 7-0-0 record.
But Thomas has an
impressive career sheet
which holds 199 wins on
the amateur level.

Thomas has also repre-
sented Barbados in the
1992, 1996 and 2000
Olympic Games. He quali-
fied for the 1996 Olympic
Games by winning a gold
medal in Puerto Rico.

Mackey added: “I am
just excited, hungry, can’t
wait for the fight to get on,
that’s just about it. This is

-what I do, I am just ready
to handle my job, I am
focused and I know where
I want to be.

“Training is coming
along good, it is a little
harder right now, because
it is the summer so it is hot.
Iam dealing with it, it is -
helping me to lose weight,
I am going to be fit by this
fight.

“I don’t have any predic-
tions for this fight, I am
going to take my time and
box and if a knock-out
comes my way I will take
it.” :

Also fighting on the card
in a eight round co-main
event will be Bahamas
lightweight and Fede
Caribe title holder Meach-
er ‘Pain’ Major.

Major will take on Shur-
wyne ‘Mauler’ Marshell of
Barbados.

There will be six fights
set for the under card
match-up, these fights
will go six and four
rounds.

Knowles and Nest
win record-breake

@ TENNIS
By KELSIE
JOHNSON
- Junior Sports
Reporter



MIAMI HERALD SPORTS

be @ MARK KNOWLES of the Bahamas, and
his partner Danie] Nestor of Canada react, as
they defeat Simon Aspelin of Sweden and Todd
Perry of Australia, in their Men's Doubles

match at Wimbledon, Wednesday July 5, 2006.

MARK Knowles and
Daniel Nestor pulled off
an historic win yester-
day, advancing to the
semifinals of the Wim-
bledon championships in
grand style.

The duo played in the
longest men’s match in
the history of the Wim-
bledon tournament, the
match lasting for a
record six hours and
nine minutes. The result
was decided in the fifth
set which lasted 193

“minutes. Knowles and
Nestor defeated Simon
Aspelin and Todd Perry
5-7, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 21-
23

The previous record
was set in 1985 when
doubles partners Heinz
Gunthardt and Balazas

_Taroczy defeated Paul
Annacone and Christo
Van Rensburg 6-4, 2-6,
6-4, 6-7, 24-22.in the
‘quarterfinals of Wimble-
don.

Advance

Knowles and Nestor
started their quest to
advance to the semifi-
nals on Tuesday, but
play in the match was
suspended in the fifth
set until yesterday. The
game went down to the
wire as the duo saved six
match points before
converting the fourth
point.

The win has lined
Knowles and Nestor up
to play American twin
brothers Bob and Mike
Bryan for a shot at the
title. a

It will be four years
since Knowles and
Nestor has appeared in
the championship
rounds of Wimbledon.
Their last appearance
was in 2002.

ABA Championships .

B BOXING
By-RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter

THE Bahamas’ uncharacteristically
small squad fought their way to a fourth
place finish in Caribbean Amateur boxing
Association Championships in Trinidad
and Tobago over the weekend.

Just five boxers made the trip, making it
unrealistic to expect the Bahamas to
repeat as champions in the XXII Annual
CABA Championships.

Despite traveling with a small roster,
the team delivered an efficient perfor-
mance, with each boxer medaling in his
respective category.

Valentino Knowles was once again the
star pupil of the squad and is quickly
becoming one of the brightest prospects in
the sport.

He became a back to back CABA

The pair won in six hours and nine minutes
over two days, with a score of 5-7, 6-3, 6-7 (5),

, 6-3, 23-21, making it the longest doubles match
in Wimbledon and Grand Slam history.

(AP Photo/Keith Hammet)



champion in the Junior Welterweight divi-
sion, winning the gold medal in convincing
fashion.

James McKenzie, the only senior boxing
making the trip also struck gold in the
Light Heavyweight division, while Carl
Hield captured the silver medal in the
Open Welterweight division.

Silver

The team’s younger boxers competing in
the youth division would not be left behind
as Leroy Barr claimed silver and Jarret
Dean, a bronze, in the Youth Welter-
weight and Super Heavyweight divisions
respectively.

Amateur Boxing Federation of the
Bahamas President Wellington Miller said
it was unfortunate a number of boxers
were unable to travel due to not acquiring

the proper documentation, but the team
performed as well as can be expected and
gave the younger boxers a genuine oppor-
tunity to showcase their skills.

He also applauded the efforts of first
time coaches Steve Larrimore and Prince
Ferguson.

“T felt they did very well, when you take
a team into international competition and
each person comes back with a medal
there's not much more you can ask for,”
he said. “They did an excellent job of
keeping the boxers’ spirits up, motivating
them and having them believe that they
could do it and everybody performed
well.”

Miller said the recent performances of
the team’s younger boxers further indi-
cate the need for a more developed feed-
er system within the sport.

“Valentino is a really good young fight-
er. He can go places, If all goes well for

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and should have a very fine career,” “he
said. ave"
“This is why we want to develop a part:
nership with several countries and sée ‘if
we can establish a training camp for our
promising younger boxers like Carl Hield
and Valentino Knowles to help further
their careers and make sure they are ina
boxing environment at all times.” o

CABA also held administrative ei¢e;
tions, with two Bahamians being named-to
the Executive Board.

ABFB Ist Vice President Alvin
Sergeant was elected as Treasurer and 2nd
Vice President Dr. Francis Saunders was
named to CABA’s esteemed medital
board. se

With these elected officials, that gives
the Bahamas greater stature in the region-
al boxing community.







PAGE 2, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006

a wee

“Thank You”
Times
Thus, we, the family of the late

ANDREW PETER
BOWE

| wish to express our sincere thanks

| and appreciation to all those who
shared in our sorrow by offering
words of comfort, kind deeds, or
prayers. Your kindness will always
be remembered. May God continue
to bless you all.

Mrs. Kerry Bowe & Family



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES











REV. DR. AUSTIN.
_ EUGENE SAUNDERS
1941 - 2005

“Though the sun has set on your yesterdays, the moon lights the path
to your forever...GONE FROM OUR PRESENCE, but FOREVER
PRESENT IN OUT HEARTS...”





We the family and friends of the late Rev. Dr. Austin Eugene Saunders,
take this moment to remeber the man who has been the light in our
lives. While we will never see him again, on this earth, we know that
one day, God will unite us, for eternity.













We. miss your encouraging words and cheerful smile; your
kindheartedness and caring ways; your honesty and humility; your -
determination and perseverance; your love for self and greater love
yet for others.



It seems only yesterday, we shared tender moments with each other,
not knowing that those moments were moments of goodbye...but as
‘you taught us, those in Christ never have to say goodbye, because
our promise is to meet again, in a better place, a better time, a better
pe

Oh How we miss you... but FARTHER ALONG, WE’LL
: UNDERSTAND WHY...








Your passing has left a void in the hearts of your dear wife Cleomi,
your sons Frank, Eugene, Walter and Lester, your daughters Bridget

and Sherelle, your grandchildren, your brothers and sisters, your
church members, your community and your friends worldwide.

REST, SLEEP WELL, ENJOY YOUR FREEDOM FROM LIFE’S
rn BURDENS...tomorrow promises to be a brighter day.



ol... __ TT



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| KEMP’S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas








Captain Charles
Rodney Pinder,
92

fondly known as Captain
‘Rodney, of Nassau, The
Bahamas, passed away at
~~, | his home, on Sunday, 2nd,

July, 2006, after a long



missed by his wife and

family.

| A memorial service will be held at Chapel of Love,

| Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, Palmdale Avenue and |

Bradley Street, Nassau on Saturday, 8th July, 2006 at
5:00 p.m. Mr. Allison Dean will officiate.

Captain Rodney is survived by his wife, Vivian |

| Pinder; one son, Dudley; three daughters, Eleanor,

Cathy Glucksmann and Reene; a son-in-law, Peter |

| Glucksmann; a daughter-in-law, Katherine Pinder; six

| grandchildren, Ann, Tom, Rebecca, Susan, Ryan and |
| Joanna; four great grandchildren, Rachael, Alana, Merya |

| and Isabel; a grandson-in-law, Erick Russell and a
granddaughter-in-law, Melissa Pinder; a sister-in-law,
Marie Pinder; nieces and nephew Angela Sweeting'
Charles Pinder, Lola Pinder, and Greta Pinder; cousins,

| Bert and Barbara Malone and family, Audrey Bledsoe,

| Beverly Munroe, Dianne Dunn, Bobby Pinder, Whitney |
| Pinder and Olive Pinder; extended family, Olga, Paulette _|

| and Donna Smith and Allison and Betty Jane Dean;

| many other relatives and friends, especially Isabelle
Schuette, Patrick Ryan, Ronald Atkinson, Dr. Kevin
Bowe, his caregivers, Varaine Smith, Jackie McKenzie
and Nancy Deveaux.

Instead of flowers donations may be made to Bahamas
Air Rescue Association (BASRA), P.O.Box S.S. 6247,
Nassau, The Bahamas in Memory of ‘Captain Charles
Rodney Pinder.

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR _

illeness. He will be deeply -

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Catechist
Christopher

Gustavius
Roberts, 92

a resident of Bullock’s 5
Harbour, Berry Island will §
be held 10:00a.m., §
Saturday, 8th July, 2006 at ff
St. Bartholomew Anglican |
Church, Bullock’s |
Harbour, Berry Islands. Officiating will be The Most |
Rev’d Drexel W. Gomez and Rev’d Thaddeus Pratt. §
Interment will be made in the Public Cemetery, Bullock’s |
Harbour.

Cherished memories are held by his children:
Wellington, Odrick, Sydney, Minister Rodney Roberts,
Vernetia Rolle, Vyolet Roberts, and Enza Miller; in-laws:
Minister Elliott Miller, Carlton Rolle, Minister Jennifer
Roberts, Gayle Roberts and Minister Curline Roberts; §
grandchildren: James, Lawrence, Lynden, Clement,
Gawain, Garlon, Margueritte, Anastacia, Sophia, Paulette, f
Christopher, Erica, Kayla, Velesco, Velenzo, Wencil, §
Javon, Marisha, Wellington, Jr., Tamara, Odrick, Jr.,
Shanelle, Garrett, Gariel, Genea, Doran and Jakim; §
grandchildren-in-law: Vincent, Monique, Erica, Astrid, L
Alecia, Shirla, Cashton, Karla and Latoya; twenty-one §
great-grandchildren, sister-in-law: Julia Brennen; nephews [|
and nieces: Oria, Neville, Francina, Emerson, Ellamae, §
Angela, Ruth, Ken, Alvin, Thelma and Albertha; family }
and friends: Raphael Pinder and family, Marie Pople and {-
family, Jeanie Winder and family, David and Valance [
Dean and family, Florence Darville and family, Emily §
Archer and family, Nora Turnquest and family, Margaret |
Saunders and family, William Wallace and family, Godfrey §
Francis and family, Captain Ernest Dean and family, the |
Dean family, Sergeant Milton Rolle and family, Marcellus §
Taylor and the entire Bullock’s Harbour Community.

Relatives and Friends may pay their respects at the
Free National Movement Headquarters, Mackey Street
on Thursday from 2:00p.m to 9:00p.m, at Cedar Crest
Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Friday
from 10:00a.m to 12noon and at the Lodge Hall in
Bullock’s Harbour from 2:00p.m. to 7:00p.m and at the
church on Saturday from 8:30a.m until service time.






















































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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 5

Pinder's Funeral Foie |

“Service Beyond Measure”
PALMDALE AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE: 322-4570/ 393-1351 e CELL: 357-3617
RANNIE PINDER President



a eae eT

Lightbourne, 68

of Salina Point Acklins will be
held on Sunday 11:00 am at
Ebenezer Baptist Church Salina
Point, Acklins. Officiating will
be Bishop Carroll E. Rolle and
other Ministers. Interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery.



Left to cherish his memory,
wife, Clementina Lightbourne;
four daughters, Cinderella Williams, Mavis Cooper, Vernetha
Lightbourne and Hyson Jolmson; one adopted-son, Kenneth
Moss; sixteen grandchildren, Dameka, PC 415 Arnold Cooper,
Ericka, Bernard, Monique, Chacanta, Ishameal, Lakeisha,
Ingrid, Joycelyn, Barbara, Bernice, Kevin, Demris, Jerome,
Cindy and Kendrick; seven greatgrandchildren, Garnet,
Audrick, Keyshawn, Geovani, Trevor Jr.,Wellintino and
Tameko; one sister, Gertrude Lightboume; father-in-law, Rev.
- George Emmanuel; two brothers-in-law, David and Edward
Emmanuel; eight sisters-in-law, Birdie, Martha, Medlco,

nieces, Rosemary, Edna, Elva, Margaret, Veronica and
Rulamae; seventeen nephews, Shelton, Michael, Leslie, Cyril,
Franklyn, David, Leon, Rubin, Keith, Eric, Anthony, Alpheus,

Charles and a host of other relatives and friends including,
Withmore and Hazel Emmanuel, Granville and family, Rev.
Claton Hanna and family, Steven Rose and family, Carnetha
and family, Ivis Emmanuel and family, Francis Wilson, Hon.
V. Alfred Gray and family, Roston Cox, Lawerence McKinney
_ and family, Steven Wilson and family, Kenneth Jolmson and
family, Naomi Mackey and family, The Forbes family, Curtis
Hanna, Pastor Donald Deveaux and family and the entire
Community of Acklins and many others too numerous to
mention.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's :

Funeral Home Palmdale Avenue on Friday from 5:00pm until
7:00pm and again at the Church on Saturday from 5:00pm
ttntil service time.



Cleveland Bernard .



Clottie Clothilda
Cartwright, 83

of Mount Vernon Drive, Nassau,
and formerly of Cartwright's,
Long Island will be held on
Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m..at Cartwright's Gospel
Chapel, Cartwright's, Long Island.
Interment will follow at the
cemetery in Buckley's, Long
Island.

_ Left to mourn her passing is one son, David Cartwright Senior;
| one adopted son, Eddie Cartwright; one daughter-in-law,
. Delores Cartwright; one son-in-law, Paulos Cartwright; four
. grand-sons, David Junior, Darryl and Don Cartwright and
. Angelo Burrows; one grand-daughter, Inga Burrows; two
| sisters, Elty. Cartwright and Olga Burrows; four sister-in-
: Jaws, Lorraine Cartwright, Lillian Knowles, Thelma Burrows
_ and Ellerith Cartwright; 2 brother-in-laws, Mitchell Cartwright;
_ thirty four nieces, Annie, Cecile, Christine, Marjorie,
' Gwendolyn, Jacqueline, Virginia Butler, Esther, Sandra,
Pandora, Shelia, Jackie, Eleanor, Mary and Gwendolyn; six :

Virginia, Dianna, Bessie, Cynthia, Alma, Angie, Zerlie, Ellen,

: Cathy, Tena, Cassandra, Maxine, Shirley, Gail, Doreen, Betty,
: Beatrice, Margaret, Joanne, Agatha, Agnes, Cindy, Susan,
: Jennie, Mamie, Monique, and Monica; twenty-seven nephews,
Kevin, Richard, PC 2809 Devon Lightbourne, Anthony and | Wilky, Nelson, Greg, Roderick, Valentine, Edgar, Lynn,
: Milton, Vincent, Allan, Cyril, Jeff, Delbert, Marty, Timothy,
: Tommy, Peter, Matthew, Louis, Philip, Andy, Henry, Emery
: Jr., Terrance, Keith and Kevin, Joe, Kirkland and a host of
: relatives and friends including Ovina, Harriett, and Eulah
: Cartwright, Lowell Burrows, Emery Cartwright Senior; Cathy,
: Monique, Judy, Rico, Agusta, Rio, Ryan, Neil, Susie, Elvis,
: Goudia, Ermie, Everette and Rosie, Lacton and Beryl; Leaders
: and members of Cartwright's Gospel Chapel, the entire
: Cartwright's community, Reverend Dr. Rex Major, Dr. Geraspie
| and the Gibson family.

Realatives and friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's

_ Funeral Home, Palmdale Avenue on
' Friday July 7th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday,
| July 8th, 2006 from 8:30 a.m. until service time at the church.



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Shank You

From the family of the late

KENDAL PEDRO CLARKE
June 13, 1960 - May 22nd, 2006

Deeply appreciated your kind expressions of
sympathy in our great loss. Your thoughts and efforts
were greatly appreciated.

The Clarke family finds healing i in God’s tender
~ embrace, and in knowing others remembered and
cared.

We especially thank Bishop Franklin Ferguson, Pastor
Terrance Forbes, Bishop Rudolph Bowe, Minister
Neville Wisdom, Church of God of Prophecy East
Street, Ministry of Tourism, Cable Beach Police
Station, Management & Staff of Security & General.
Insurance Company, Valley Boys, Watlins Street
Boys, Rock of Ages Funeral Home and Woodlawn
Gardens.

There are so many others who showed us extreme
kindness and assistance - too many to mention all by
name. You will always be remembered in our hearts.

Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts and
prayers.



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Rock of Anes Huneral Chapel

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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR








Exavier
"Charlie"
Cetoute, 78.





of Nassau and formerly
of St. Louis Du Nord,
Haiti will be held on
Saturday 8th July, 2006
at 2:00 p.m. Victory
Chapel Church of The
Nazarene, Minnie Street,
Nassau: Bahamas.

Officiating Dr. Antoine St. Louis, interment tollows
Southern Cemetery.
















He is survived by two sisters, Rechelie Cetoute, 7
Vivi Cetoute, Heme St. Charles Durosier; nine

nephews, Nelson Joseph, Charles Durosier, Lumanie,
Eric Durosier, Elison, Desrameaux, Iliara Dieusel
Joseph, Louverture, Pesiol and Wilner Faustin; eight
nieces, Adelson, Danise Alitha Cetoute, Adeline,

Elvitha, Loudeth and Emmanuel Emile, Guileine
Erlande Annee’, Nadia Durosier; seven cousins, Inover
| Francior, Wilsane and Josler Cetoute, Gedeon Samson
Francois, Durogene Durosier and Salnave Blanc and
a host of other relatives and friends including,
Nadianie, Yobo, Noimeme, Tipoum, Coline Farilien;

Insel Edouard Lu Cane, Dien Tesilia, Annelia, Vertilia,
Tinord, Previlon Francius, Raymond Dieulus,

Tinocles, David Knowles and family, Garth and Camie
| Johnson, The Montell Helens 2 cate dered Park
| Family.
















i Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages
| Funeral Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

| and on Saturday at the auch from 1:00 ‘Pm. until
| funeral time.







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Cadet, 66

Gardens.



memory; two sons, Hubert St.

Louis from Miami, Florida and |
Antonie Cadet from Fort. Lauderdale; adopted children, Carmelita |

Francique, Rev. Philip Servius from Miami Florida, Willie Godet,

Luc Dano Absolu, Rochnel Charles and Lavnert of Miami Florida; |

three brothers, Hypolite, Maneus and Dieula Cadet; two sisters,
Marie and Lydia Cadet; two sisters-in-law, Delivrance Mustad,
Lanace Pierre; two brothers-in-law, Dorleus Dorgile, Tio K. Cadet;

two daughters-in-law, Miriam Cadet and Solange St. Louis; nine | 7 ; ; ee
: and Ulric; two sons-in-law, Wilfred Jean-Baptiste of Miami, Florida

children, Demetrie, Sandra, Loubert and Sandley St. Louis, Jamal,

Vladimir, Katiana, Nathaniel and Nephtali Cadet; adopted s : eae :
| Pierre; twenty-seven grandchildren, Wilgins, Wilteur, Keticha,

Shavago and Shavandriah Godet; numerous nieces and nephews | Filicha, Kalsey, Waston of Miami, Flordia, Widline of Orlando,
including, Erose, Nadia, Nana, Manse, Matalan, Elise, Mamoune,; Flordia, Alnes, Alvin, Alvinson, Johnsteve, Renaldo, Tamika,
Foufoune and Ermana Cadet, Lakiesha, Rose Kerva and Loudgna | ; 1
_ Sherline of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Bradley, Travis, Chedline,
| Stephanie, Francen; two step-grandsons, Lorenzo and Reynaldo;

: Numerous nieces and nephews including, Meritane, Marinet,

grandchildren including, Martha, Belano and Stephanie Francique,

Charles, Kerland, Flouda and Louselia Dorgile, Lataria, Wilken,
_ Anold, Delase, Exantist and Odieu Dorleus, Suzanna, Yonel,
| Matais and Luke Florvil, Jertha, Germaine and Lakeisha Francis,

| Francis Forbes, Emmanuel Pierre, Germaine Vilneus; numerous
| family and friends including, Lonese Jn. Baptiste and family, |
| Jocelyn Faustin and family, Florene Augustin and family of Orlando |
| Flordia, Lafrance Francique, Mercilia Pierre and family, Julita |
Godet and family, Pierena Jean, Jeanne Petit-Frere, Sharlene |
' including, Lavanette August, John, Charlie, Agahonne, Miss

i Munnings, Matarie Vilsaint, Junior Brutus, Waston, Rony Senat,

Hilicier Hilaire and family, Rev. Dr. R-E. Cooper and family, |
| Melonie Johnson and family, Iversane Didy and family, Fr. Success |
| and family, Rev. George Choute and family, Vito and family, Rev. |
| Idez Laroda and Bethesda Baptist Church, Emmaus Baptist Church |
| family, Samuel Villa and Family, Charlie Munnings and family,
| Tubert Degueme, Rev. Peluis Youth and Jerusalem Baptist Church |
| family, Rev. Dr. Cherelus Exante and family, New Haitian Mission |
, Baptist Church family, Groupe Dames Groupe, D'homme and the |

Sanctuary Choir

en moe.
Lamercie Ce Ce _ Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the

_| church from 1:00 p.m. until funeral time.

of Nassau and formerly of St. :
Louis Du Nord- Haiti, will be ;
held on Saturday 8th July, 2006 |
at 2:00 p.m. at The New Hatian |
Mission Baptist Church, Palm |
Beach Street, Nassau, Bahamas. |
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. |
| Cherelus Exante. Interment |
follows in Lakeview Memorial |

Left to cherish her wonderful :

THURSDAY, JULY 6; 2006; PAGE 7

| Rock of Ages Funeral Chapel

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral



Heureuse Pierre, 60

of Nassau and formerly of Paix,
Haiti will be held at 2:00 p.m. on
Sunday 9th July, 2006 at
Metropolitan Church of the
Nazarene, East Street, Nassau
Bahamas. Officiating Pastor St.
Louis Celiner. Interment follows
in Lakeview Memorial Gardens }
and Mausoleum John F. Kennedy
Drive.

She survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Yvette Pierre of Miami,
Florida and Mrs. Yola Pierre-

Joseph; three sons, Algilien, Owen



and Jean Claude Joseph; two daughters-in-law, Gladys and Norma
Lychelda, Kendisha, Oweniqua, Oven Jr., Rickey, Samiya, Ulrick,

Rosedor, Rosebidiene, Colbert, Edwayen, Delancia, Maxco, Emily,
Telanie, Nelson, Dezire, Elmicia of Orlando, Florida, Alfonce and
Michael; cousins, Mina, Malya, Miss Fegil, Roslyn, Renasa,
Lorenda, Monique, Mareaclow, Marynoel, Inus, Abboleon,
Chimene, Cleralien, Alceus and a host of other relatives and friends |

Daisymae Wallace, Anelya, Delisia, Luzette Petit, Madam Farisson,
Edith, Pastor St. Louis Celiner, Cleare, Samantha Roberts, The
whole community of Lyon Road, Culmersville, Pinedale, The
Grove, Balfour Ave. and Minnie Street.

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Chapel on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday at
the church from 1:00 p.m. until funeral time.





































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FREEPORT
11-A East Goral Road, P.O. Box F-42312
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043

CAROLINE HIELD,
84

- of West End, Grand Bahama will be



12:30 p.m. at St. Mary Magdalene
Anglican Church, West End, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev.
Father Stephen Grant and Reverend
Canon Winfield Goodridge. Interment
will follow in The West End Public
Cemetery, West End, Grand Bahama.

Left to cherish her memory are four
sons, Vincent Sr., Donald Sr., Robert and Wendell Hield; seven
daughters, Eloise Smith, Rose Nell Walker, Gloria Hield, Francis
Simmons, Gwen Henfield, Sherriann Hield and Audrey Stuart,
31 grandchildren, Joanna Smith, Elizabeth Brown, Leon and
Rosalee Smith, Sanford (Clint) Walker, Anya Jones, Risley Monroe,
Vincent Jr., Melissa, Nicole, Ricky and Caleb Hield, Rowtera,
Alexess and Caroline Simmons, Lorraine Cooper, Bradley, Enith
and Renata Nixon, Olivia Hield, Daleina Russell, Donald Jr. and
Reynaud Hield, Georgina Henfield, Sade' Hield, Sheena, Clayton
Forbes, Demandie Bannister, Thomas Feaster, Niamarley and
Shancez Stuart; three daughters-in-law, Curlieu, Dorothy and
Linda Hield; three sons-in-law, Neville Simmons, Stephen Nixon
and Nelson Stuart; three sisters-in-law, Hortense Roker, Sybil
Rollins and Jessie Harp; 40 great grandchildren; three great-great
grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews, Laverna Pierre,
James, Huel, Tavia, Robert, and Ronald Roker, Madline Pinder,
Susan, Karl, Sonny, Shervin Pinder, Father Stephen Grant, Leonard
Grant, Luella and Anne Williams, numerous relatives and friends
including the following and their families, Prestine Wilchcombe,

Georgina Forest, Harold Rolle, Evans Williams, Fr. Stephen Grant, .

Claudia Frazier, Ranae Storr, Jewel Grant, Caroline Rahming,
Isaac Thomas, the Hannas, Maxwell DeGregory, the Bowlegs,
Mable Colton, Hilton Bowleg, Enoch Lightbourne, Addison
Culmer, the Wildgoose, the Rolles of Holmes Rock, Edna Rolle,
Ruth Hanna, Randy Humes, Father Norman Lightbourne, Canon
Winfield Goodridge, Julia Neely, the Outtens, the Hannas of Eight
Mile Rock, the Martins, Dx. Romeo Fernandez, Walcott Russell,
Ella Grant, Gladys Hield, the Hields of High Rock and Cindy
Smith, and also the M.P. for West End The Right Honourable
Obie Wilchcombe, Marville Lightbourne, Stan Ferguson, Ulrita
Turner, Ruby Campbell, Theresa, Velta, Pastor Roosevelt Rolle
of Church of God of Prophecy, Barber, staff of West End Clinic



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

held on Saturday, June 8, 2006 at’



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“and Cosanleiem Bled

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 e Fax: (242) 340-8034

and the Rand Memorial Hospital, NWC Credit Union, The Port
Authority and Freeport Power Company, The Northern Bahamas
Disabled Group, The St. Mary Magdalene Church family, and the
entire West End community.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Read, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m., and at the church on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until service
time.



MABEL FORRISTER
MOSS, 66

of #132 Clive Avenue, Freeport,
Grand Bahama and formerly of
West Moreland, Jamaica, will be
held on Saturday, July 8, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at St. John's Jubilee
Cathedral, East Settler's Way,
| Freeport, “Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Bishop Godfrey
Williams. Interment will follow in
The Grand Bahama Memorial Park,
Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Left with her memory are husband of 36 years, Lawrence Moss,
five children, Debbie Moss, Rickey and Cecil Smith of Miami,
Florida, Anita Moss-Lightbourne, and Lawrence Moss Jr., of
Freeport; eight grandchildren, Cecil Smith Jr., Antionett Moss,
Denzel, Stennisha, Acrista Lightbourne and Chad Moss; one great
grandchild, Ceondra Smith; one sister, Joyce Grant; two brothers,
Wilfred and David Edwards of Jamaica; four sisters-in-law,
Emmeletha Daxon, Muriel Moss, Mackey Moss of Nassau and
Elouise Moss of Miami, Florida; one brother-in-law, Hilton Moss
of Nassau; one son-in-law, Stennis Lightbourne of Freeport; one

daughter-in-law, Carmen Smith of Miami, Florida and a host of

relatives and good friends, especially her long time friend of 35
years, Mrs. Alice Lindsey and The St. John's Cathedral family.

Viewing will be held in the "Perpetual Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Cematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until service
time.












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FREEPORT
11-A East Coral Road, P.O. Box F-42312

Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas ___.
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043

JOSEPH TIMOTHY
ROBINSON, 85

of Holmes Rock, Grand Bahama and
formerly of Middle Caicos, Turks
Island, will be held on Saturday, July
8, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at Bethel
Baptist Church, Pinedale, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev.
Dennis F. MIssick and Rev. James
Young. Interment will follow in The
Harbour West Public Cemetery,
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.

Left to cherish his memory are
daughter, Aeroleta Robinson-Lightbourne; three sons, Maxwell,
Alphaeus and Larry Robinson; eight grandsons, Devon, Daron,
Deleno, Brad, Larry Jr., Dante', Maxwell Jr. and Matthew; seven
granddaughters; Deorra, Nadia, Vanessa, Acharo, Chandra,



Demertria and Vanessa; two brothers, Othniel and Livingston -

Robinson; two daugthers-in-law, Cottrice and Brenda Robinson;
three adopted children, Mazie Forbes, Claudia Mullings and Leona
Penn; nine great grandchildren, Deangelo, D'Avion, Sariyah,
Makayah, Rashante', Makia, Natario, Gihon and Gibran; two
granddaughters-in-law, Glorian and Claudine Lightbourne; one
grandson-in-law, Dominique Pinder; five sisters-in-law, Roselie,
Cassie, Perlene Robinson, Mable and Jane Taylor; three brothers-
in-law, David, Henry and Johnny Taylor; two godchildren, Ruth
Robinson and Flexie Outten; numerous nieces and nephews
including the following and their families, Hartley Forbes, Rev.
Oseta Henfield, Carolyn Johnson, Vanda Robinson, Jappy
Lightbourne, Flexie Outten, Carmeleta Henfield, Julia Harvey,
Claudia Wells, Janet, Sherlene, Natalie Harvey, Shirley Taylor,
Clarita Lockhart, Sheila Moxey, Alice Goodwin, Rev. Mary Taylor,
Elmira Taylor, Ianthe Pratt, Lorian, Ceselia, Renae, Ferbell, Elsa,
Roth, Joyann, Nervia,.Marylyn McIntosh, Dottis, Withlene, Bea,
Lilla Coussela, Daisy, Pat, Lynn, Kim, Wellington, Godfrey,
Randel, Archie, Ashton, Calvin, Jimmy, Andrew, Carlton Higgs,
Clifton Higgs, MIlton Robinson, Alton Robinson, Albert Robinson,
Emeanus Robinson, Rupert, Charles, Clifford, Hilton, and Charles
Taylor, Stanford Lightbourne and Gladstone, a host of other
— relatives and friends including the following and also their families,
Jackson Gibson, Annamae, Verna, Okell, Wayne, Rev., Nelson
Forbes, Rev. James. Young, Cheribell Henfield, Janet Scaroni,
Willis Neat, Rev. George Brown and family, Margaret Williams
and family, Willis Henfield and family, Ruth Johnson-Forbes,
management and staff of Albuild Hardware, Sir Edward Higgs,

Restores Memorial Maalaary

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENTS



THURSDAY, JULY .6, 2006, PAGE 9

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 © Fax: (242) 340-8034





Leo Missick, Beatrice Clarke, Valarie Tynes, Denise Wilson,
Zenith Williams, Helena Williams, Sherry and Desmond Higgs,
Earl Lightbourne, Michael Swann, Lillian and Clarence Henfield,
Hessie Arthur, of Turks & Caicos, Isaac Outten, Anita Woo and

staff of Freeport Warehouse, Ladybug Dresses, Global Express

Travel Agency, Dawn Weech, Maedon Roberts, Shiela Adderley,
Genevie Pinder, Dorith Collie, Linda Knowles, Frank Lightbourne,
Rev. Dennis F. Missick and the Bethel Baptist Church family.

Viewing will be held in the "Irenic Suite" of Restview Memorial
Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road,
Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
and at the church on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time.

DREW HEPBURN, 5

of Pinedale, Grand Bahama will be
held on Friday, July 7, 2006 at 3:00
p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church,
Pinedale, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Rev. Dennis F.
Missick. Interment will follow in
The Harbour West Public Cemetery,
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
He is survived by his mother,
Sandra Hepburn; father, Derek
Hepburn; three sisters, Dereka,
Derinika and Dereeka Hepburn; four

brothers, Rihaime Colebrooke, Delroy, Demiko and Dre Hepburn;
grandparents, Louise Higgs, David and Veronica Williams; 14
aunts, Rosemary and Lashan Hamilton, Lene, Chiquita, Sharon,
Betty, Monique, Bea, Dee, Christean, Brinell, Bernadette, Arnette
and Cyprianna; six uncles, Derek Higgs, Barber, Wenfritt, David

‘Williams, Mark, and Deon; godparents, Lene, Alice, Sherlene,

Ryan and Grams; grand-aunts, Denise Williams, Princess, Evis
and Matter; grand-uncles, Livingston, Thomas, Charles, Immanuell
and Bertrum; special friends, Jason, Tracey, E.J., Nichola, Vanessa,
Mr. and. Mrs. Forbes, Tara, Shante', Easha and Denise and a host
of other-relatives and friends.

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to

- 5:00 p.m. and at the church on Friday from 1:30 p.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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Joeann Yvette Hall,
ad

of Annex Road off Joe Farrington
Road, will be held on Sunday, July 9th,
2006 at 2:00 p. m. at Bahamas Harvest
Church, Prince Charles Drive.

Officiating will be Pastor Mario Moxey,
Elder Ernest Fisher and Pastor Pedro
Cartwright. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of her
Mother: Brenda Riley, Father: Joseph Hall Sr., Step Mother:
Eloise Hall, Children: Orise Carey, Jason, Ronee and Jerard
Cunningham, Sisters: Ginger Hepburn and Wendy Hall, Brothers:
Anthony, Reginald, Kevin and Gregory Hall, and Lynden Fowler,
Sisters-in-law: Kirsten Fowler and Roslyn Hall, Brother-in-law:
Elrod Hepburn Sr., Nieces: Lyndira, Lynnae, Lyneisha, Gia,
Anthonique, Danielle, Taylor, Kourtney, Kanisha, Skylar, and
Shanwna, Nephews: Andrew, Anthony Jr., Elrod Jr., and. Kori,
Aunts: Alberta Hall, Jennifer, Ellie, Ellen, Willamae, Gloria,
Linda and Rowena Riley, Carlise Davis, and Judy Russell, Uncles:
Kermit, Charles, Bursel, Lloyd, Glen, Leslie, and Barry Riley,
Matthew Davis, and Ifill Russell, Cousins: Je’>Rome, Marina,
Linda, Caroline, Theola, Keva, Sherelle, Larry, Michael, Sherry,
William, Patrice, Shenique, Monte, Wayde, Denise, Nicole, Hope,
Katie, Ernest, Tonya, Darren, Vanessa, Audra, Malik, Roberta,
Ramona, Christina, Fontain, Damone, Rochelle, Helena, Ronesto,
Kevin, Sophia, Brent, Anethra, Sanchia, Shannon, Siana, Janone,
Ilisa, Inga, Ramano, Barrington, Kendra, Shemeka, Latoya,
Sharron, Monique, Natasha, Kimberley, Dirk, Debbie, Ricardo,
Sean, Andrea, Carlton, Terrance, Andrew, Catherine, Anwar, Dana,
and Tonya, God Mother: Pearl Turnquest, numerous Godchildren,
Special Friends: Val and. Yolanda Hart, Patricia Collins, Barbara
Burrows, the families of Della Moncur, Al and Karen Rahming,
Tracy Bastian, Robyn Saunders, Dexter and Denise Curry, Vincent
Rolle, Patrice Collie, Kaynell Gould, Daphne Moss, and Lorraine,
Patrell, Lyn and Terez Hepburn, the Single Mother’s Ministry,
Pastor Mario and Erica Moxey and Sherry Taylor, Other Relatives
and Friends: the Riley, Fowler, Rahming and Oliver Families,
Elder Ernest Fisher and Family, the Carey Family, Bishop Ross
Davis and Church Family, Pastor Pedro Cartwright and Church
Family, the Treco, Sears, Cunningham, Hepburn, Dawkins, Bowleg,
and Christie Families, Marjorie Albury and Family, the Lewis
Family, Bahamas Harvest Church Family, Four Seasons Resort
Management and Staff.

In lieu of flowers, an education fund has been established at the -
Royal Bank of Canada, Account #7008303.

Viewing will be held in the “IRENIC SUITE” at Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier
Road, on Saturday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and again at
the church from 12:30 p. m. until service time.

Borris Elvis “Pa B.
D”’ Delancy, 75

of Spring City, Abaco, and formerly
of Kew, Turks and Caicos, will be held
on Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 10:00
a. m. at the Chapel at Restview
| Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium
Ltd, Robinson and Soldier Road.
Officiating will be Father Sterling
Moss. Cremation will follow.

Left to cherish his memories is his long time Companion of thirty-
five years: Mavis McQueen, Six Sons: Roy, Cecil, Roger, Jack,
Uriel and Zane Delancy, Four Daughters: Victoria Archer, Dethree,

Hillary and Lesley Delancy, Grand Children: Mario, Chantel,
and Mervin Delancy, Natasha Hanchell, Teddy, Condell, Jarand,
Rogette, Blakley, Senetra, Dakota, Uriel Jr., Daclyn Delancy,
Brittany McHardy, Zaneo and Latrell Delancy, Carson Rolle,
Alicia Taylor, Warren Royce, Chandenek Archer, Drayson, Georgia,
Kelly and Serenity Murray, Brothers: Cecil, Eural, Stanley, and
Richard Delancy, Sisters: Cornelia Delancy, Esther Outten, and
Helen Missick, Son-in-law: Ryan Arhcer, Daughters-in-law:
Olga, Norma, Cindy, and Rolanda Delancy, Sisters-in-law: Monica,
Gloria, and Terecita Delancy, Brother-in-law: John Missick, other
Relatives and Friends: Virginia Curry, Cathy Owens and Family,
Tommy and Bessy Pinder, Monica Adderley, the Families of Mary
and Modesta Smith, Robert Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Malfred
Martin, Bishop Clifford Henfield, Cedric Albury, Ali Key, and
the Thagene Family, the Families.of Gwen Penn, Garth Lowe,
Ona Ingraham, Alma Bethel, Ruthmae Hanchell, Sidney Ken,
Mervin Rolle, and Virginia Russell, and the Spring City Community
of Abaco.

Viewing will be held in the “SERINITY SUITE” at Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier
Road, on Friday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and again at
the chapel from 8:30 a. m. until service time.





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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 11

Butler S x Funeral Homes & eunlacian

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas



FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR





MS. RACHEL
ANITA
‘Aunt Rach”

. MOXEY, 88 >

NN

| Lockhart, Curling and Strachan families including;

| Edmund Moxey, Hiram Lockhart, Eliza Wallace,
- | Carolyn Wallace, James “Jimmy” Lockhart, Persis
_ Lockhart-Rolle, Maureen Lesbott, Osborne “Goose”
Lockhart of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Joan Culmer,
| Mary Mycklewhyte, Keith Strachan, Ellis Curling,
_ Patricia Goulbourne of Cincinnati, Ohio, Shirley
| Manuels, Clarice Curling, Dolly Mills of Dundas
Town, Abaco, Sabrina Neely, Edgar Curling, Ricardo
' Curling of George Town, Exuma, Helena Beneby of

Will he Held on Friday. Freeport, Grand Bahama, Elvis Curling, Sylvia Moxey,
July 7th, 2006 at 2:00 :

| p.m. at Maranatha Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Emile Lesbott, Derek Culmer, Rev. Fr. Joseph

Prince Charles Drive. Officiating will be Pastor Eric | Mycklewhyte, Cher Strachan, Frederick Neely and

| D. Clarke and Pastor H. A. Roach. Interment will 2 Beverly Curling and other relatives and friends
| follow u Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. i Giashinl, Caps Fd and Hezron Moxey, Lester Moxey,
| Left to cherish her loving FS eiibncs arc One (1) Son: Pastor and Mrs. H. A. Roach, Pastor and Mrs. Eric

Eugene Wallace; Three (3) Daughters; Paula :

Wildgoose, Dr. Bonnie Franks of Freeport, Grand Cee or and Nuts; Robert Mckinney

Bahama and Donna Bosfield: One (1) Daughter-in- ? and the Worldwide Church of God family, Pastor and

law; Sharon Wallace: Three (3) Sons-in-law; Birkley : Mrs. Ed Allen Canon and Mrs. Harry Bain and the
Wildgoose, Philip Franks and Nathaniel Bosfield; |
Sixteen (16) Grandchildren; Desiree Jackson of
‘Houston, Texas, Scott Geno. Lesetté, Jeanine and 2 Brown and the Staff of the Female Medical Ward II
Gianno Wallace, Myron, Chaunte, Autumn-joi and |
Matthew Wildgoose, Barbara Conliffe of George: .. : ;
| Town, Exuma, Anita and Philippa Franks, Antoine, | Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral
Kerri and Mark Bosfield; Four (4) Great- |
grandchildren; Chahan Wallace, Nathan and Katelyn | on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on
Jackson and Aimee Franks; Two (2) Grandsons-in- |
law; Donald J ackson and Rev. Fr. Mario Conliffe;
Two (2) Sisters; Thelma Strachan and Louise Curling :

and a host of Nieces and Nephews of the Moxey,



Dorothy and Emmaline Lockhart, Desmond Edwards,

including; Idris and Gwen Reid, Ed and Gloria

D. Clarke and the Maranatha Seven-Day Adventist

Pro-Cathedral of Christ the King Anglican Church
family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Dr. Conville

and the entire Ragged Island Community.

Homes and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets

Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and from 1:00
p.m. until service time at the church.










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ELISE RUTH
ROLLE, 81



on Saturday July 7th, 2006 10:45
a.m. at Holy Name Catholic Church,
Bailey Town, Bimini. Monsignor











Joyce Ross, Angelo Rolle, Lawrence Rolle, Frances Rolle; step-




Curneal, Felicity, Natanya, Angerzette, D'Angelo, Nadia,
















Miami; Mary, Nelly, Marie, Catherine, children of B.R.Levarity





Jeanette, Lillis, Cypriana, Claudette, Rev. Earl Francis, Nathaniel
Saunders, Patricia Smith; Kearnar Ferguson, Dorothy Dotten,















the church from 9:45 a.m. until service time.



of Bailey Town, Bimini will be held

_ Simeon Roberts assisted by Deacon :
John Sears and other ministers of |
the clergy will officiate. Interment |
will be made in the Catholic Church |
Cemetery, Porgy Bay, Bimini. |

She is survived by her children, Ruth Saundets, Hatriett Jones, ! Left to cherish his memory forever are those that loved him most, |

: : mother, Maria Scott; daughter, Maleah Scott; sisters, Melissa
daughter, Vera Cassell; 2 daughtes-in-law, Marzetta Rolle and |

Keva Rolle; grandchildren, Patricia, Michael, Luther, Thomasina, 2 Daxon and Wilfred and Dorothy Jack; adopted mother and

Magdalene, Brendine, Dereka, Elsia, Carmine, LJ, Laresse, 2 godmother, Roslyn Andrews; aunts, Merle Johnson, Barbara Daxon _

Shavago, Leander, Dave, Ron, Andre and Gary; great grand | .
children, Tatiana, Travin, Treva, Tyler, Taliyah, Torren, Tiara, | Ingraham, Marva Munroe, Shirley Daxon, Karen Munroe and
Eleazar, Bersil, Nathan, Lataijah, Laylah, Clayton, Michael | ae ; :
Brandon, Mark Anthony; sister, Wilkimay Sawyer J-P. and Rowena Munroe, Joe Munroe, Philip Johnson, Wellington Pinder and Ian
Levarity; brother-in-law, Mr. Angelo Rolle I; sons-in-law, Woodrow
Jones, Randy Ross, Thomas Saunders and Charles; nieces and |
nephews, Faith Levarity, Alexander, Magdalene Murrphy, -:
Alexander, Augustine, Rev. Msgr. Simeon Roberts, Micah, Stephen |
and Van Roberts, Marionette Thompson, Veronica Pritchard, |
Jerome, Anthony, Livingston, Fabian, Leonard, Matthew and
Walter Stuart, Oralee Johnson, Bridget Sherman, Leeland Levarity, |
Selma, Gervase Jacinta, Sidney Jr., Elizabeth Rolle, Hilda James,
| Keva Nelson, Leo, Margo Romer, Violet Vil, Janice Levarity, |
Paul, Ellis Russell, Mitty Ellis, Dec. Oriel, Philip; Lawrence,
Bisop Benjamin, Alvin, Rev. Ephraim, Christopher, Hank, Helen
Bowleg and Sherry Roberts, children of the late Joseph Levarity, |

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|) Bethel Brothers Morticia

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

ns :



MARCIAN COLLIN
SCOTT, 31

of Pinewood Gardens will be held
on Saturday 2:30 p.m. at The
Church Of God Prophecy, East
Street Tabernacle. Pastor Dale
Moss, Bishop Arthur Ferguson,
Pastor Stephen Greene and Pastor
Desmond Peters will officiate.
Interment will be made in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Russell and Monet Sturrup; grandparents, William and Mable

Pinder, Majorie Jack, Marilyn Gardiner, Drucilla Munroe, Janet
Vanria Jack; uncles, Tyrone Daxon, Wilfred Jack Jr., Martin

Gardiner; brother-in-law, Frederick Russell; cousins, Monique
and Benjamin Pratt, Dr. Marcia and Dewitt Brown, Montez
Johnson, William Duncanson, Mia and Mya Pratt, Trevor
Lightbourn, Megan and Miranda Jack, Sachea, Raine, Donovan,
Thaon and Tekoa Munroe, Phylicia and Derek Ross and Amelia
Daxon; godmother, Rowena Symonette; godfather, Earlyn Fox;
special grandmother, Ophelia Fox; special friend, Andree (Gia)
Albury; other special friends and family, Judith Fox, Lillian Scott,
Deborah Thompson, David Fox, Patrice Campbell, Wendy Pugh,
Devon Scott, Tishka Scott, Candace Thomas, Ainsley Deleveaux,
Herman Smith, Stanley Toote, Douglas Hanna, Troy Feaste, Pastor
Dale Moss, Pastor Steven Green and family, Bishop Arthur

_ Ferguson and family, Minister Patrick Musgrove and family, The
Nassau, Mabel Levarity, Iris Miller, Nathaniel Levarity, Adelaide |

Pinder, Michael Levarity Prescola Lockhart, Waren Levarity, :

Church of God of Prophecy Pre-school, Church of God of Prophecy
family Shirley Street, Hazel Chipman, Jaunita Munroe, Reba

Moxey, Oraline Maycock, Dr. Rhonda Chipman-Johnson, Laverne

1a | [ : Sparks and family, Rose Saunders and family, Brenda Cunningham
Esther Rolle, Priscilla Bain, Naomi Seymour; god-children, Jeff and family, Pastor and Sister Desmond Peters and family, Gail
Charlton, David Rolle, Joshua Fowler, Cyril Williams, Jerome — Tyotman, and Members of the Paradise Island Security Services,
Stuart and Zennie Rolle; realtives and friends, Ida David, Doris | Other Survivors include, Edgbert Scott and family, Chemical Bank

Robins, Victoria Wilkinson, Marrion Dottin, Eleanor Rolle, Edna | : :

Levatity, Nurse McQueen and staff of Coastline Community
Nursing Home. Special Thanks to Harriett Jones. L Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians

Friends may pay their last respects at Holy Name Catholic Church !

and Mt. Tabor FGBC family.

on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 and on Saturday from 10:00

on Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight and on Saturday at | a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service

i time.







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Memorial service
for

REV'D MELVERN R.
FORBES-DAVIS

Town, Andros will be held on Friday 7:00 p.m.
Le Rodney Rolle will officiate.

. Tabernacle on Friday from 1:00 p.m. te 6:00
p.m..



Funeral Service

for
-REV'D MELVERN R. FORBES-DAVIS,

of Coral Heights, East and formerly of Congo Town, Andros will be held on Saturday
July 7th, 2006 11:00 a.m, at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church, Yamacraw Road. Bishop :

Samuel R. Greene, Bishop Le Rodney Rolle and Pastor Roy Burrows will officiate.
Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.

Precious memory will forever linger in the hearts of her Husband: Harcourt Davis; one

daughter, Harmelle; two sons, Neil and Christopher; mother, Rev. Roseynell Forbes;

institutional sons, Omar West, Lashan Gilbert, Minister Don Butler, Ian Demeritte; sisters,
Veronica Members of Dania Florida, Winnifred Rolle and Ann Forbes; brothers, Edward, :
Cleveland and Srephen Forbes; sisters-in-law, Rose Bowleg, Annabell Knowles, Patsy:
Evans, Jestina Russell, Jenny Davis, Eunice Kemp, Amette Davis, Sarah, Florena and :
Lavern Forbes; brothers-in-law; Kenneth Members, Leoi Rolle, Michael Hunt, Daniel :
Kemp, Reuben Davis and Tavis Evans; neices, Linda Davis-Rolle, Yvonne McKenzie,
Donna Davis, Sharanda Forbes, Lavern Hunt, Paula and Sheriny Laing, Rasey and |
Antonette Forbes, Shannoil and Anthaneil Rolle, Latoya, Kendra and Brittany Members, :
Philly Rolle, Meisha Forbes, Mel Forbes, Peaches and Clineicia Hunt, Kendra Mckenize, :
Howalina Davis, Kissie Duncombe, Shariyah Forbes, Sandra Forbes, Kenisha and Decaye :
Hanson, Anthonique Stephen, Maria Deleveaux, Loretta Smith, Terry Hawthorne, Beverley:
Smith, Natalie Brown, Margaret Sands, Melbith Davis, Patrenella Evans, Jenny Bowleg; :
Debra Whymms, Glenda Hebpurn, Gwen Deveaux, Natalie Andrews, Evonka and Paulette :
Evans, Kayla,Tinica and Tonya Anderson, Ann Rolle, Sonia, Melissa and Tamara Davis, :
Rasey Davis, Amanda Beckles, Lisa, Renae, Donna and Marissa Lightbourne; nephews, :
Bradley Rolle Jr., Gregory, John, Ivan, Prince, Anton and Kareem Forbes, Cleveland —:
Forbes Jr., Roy Daivs, Davardo Knowles, Alfred Ferguson, Officer #2766 Zhivargo and ;
Basil Rolle, Harcourt Rolle Jr., Zhivargo Rolle Jr., Romell, Lorenzo and Deon Davis, _:
Davardo Knowes Jr., Elrica Knowles, Kenneth Brennen, Kenneth McKenzie, Bradley ;
Rolle, Levi Rolle Jr., David Davis, Fred Bowleg, Ralph Forbes, Glenwood Russell,
Anthony Russell, Jack Andrews, Mallory Greene, Kevin and Nigel Evans, Felix Knowles; :

aunts, Augusta and Virginia Hepburn of West Hollywood, Florida; uncles, Rev. Dr. I. W.

Hepburn of West Hollywood, Florida and Wellington Forbes; godparents, Glendina
Knowles of High Rock, Andros and Martha Duvalier of Nassau; other friends and relatives, :
Tency and Henson Evans of Nicholls‘ Town, Andros, Delores Henfield of Freeport, Katrina:
and Earnestine, Evangelist Nadon Surherland and Family, Evangelist Catherine Roker ;
and family, Dorie Cash and family, The Grant Family, Pastor Hensel and Gula Kemp and_
family, Minister Rosalette and Issac Davis and family, Rev. Cedric Duvalier and family, :
Lenwood Davis, Franklyn Rolle, Gus Hunt, Errol Bethel and family, Pastor William
Pennerman and family, Bishop Lenford Bethel and family, Magistrate Linda Virgil, :
Almonica McBain; Pastor Roy Burrows and family, Rev. Dr. LeRodney Rolle and The :
Refuge Tabernacle Church Family, Dr. Roland Hamilton and family, Prince and Glenda;
Rolle, Free In Jesus Church Family, Elizabeth Sturrup and family, Alpha and Omega

Church family, Bishop Leon Wallace and family, The Community of Norrh Central Andros

and the Berry Islands, The Laing family, Marilyn Johnson and family, The Hepburn and
Kelly families, Margo Blackwell and family, Annamae and Leon Hinsey and the Hinsey
family of Love Hill Andros, Bishop Samuel and Shirley Greene and family of Zion ;

of Coral Heights, East and formerly of Congo
at Refuge Tabernacle, Cowpen Road. Bishop

‘| Friends may pay their last respects at the i



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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR __





Yamacraw Church, Cecil and Barbara Thompson and The Grand Bahama Community,
Edison, Perry, Kirk, Anthony and Michael Adderley, Helena Hassan and Catherine Rolle,
Shirley Coakley. Lydia Adderley. Martha Ferguson, Sandra Coleby, Brenda Freckleton,
Pearline Ferguson. Ola Sands, Mellony Russell, Livingstone Smith, David Brown, Tony
Hepburn, Eldridge Deveaux, The Community of South Andros, Management and Staff
of Doctors Hospital.

Friends may pay their last respects at Refuge Tabernacle, Cowpen Road on Friday from
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church, Yamacraw
Road from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

MARY ELIZABETH
SMITH, 71

4 of #16 Seton Street, Chippingham will be held on

Saturday July 8th, 2006 10:00 a.m. at Evangelic

Assembly, Blue hill Road and Fleming Street. Rev.

Dr. Patrick Smith assisted by Rev. Canon Warren

H. Rolle and Rev. Fr. Rodney Burrows will officiate.

| Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens,
= Soldier Road.

A life well lived will forever be etched in the hearts”

of her loved ones, who include her husband, Ira;

her children, Gertrude Bridgitte Symmonett , Roger,
Michael, Anthony and Brian Smith; her stepchildren,
Vincent and Debra Coleby, Wenzel and Bridgette Hanna, Llewellyn and Nicole Armstrong,
Matthew and Charmaine Edgecombe, Craig, Valentino, Kevin, Ira Jr., Tara, Shenika,
Valeria and Peter Smith; one sister Mrs. Margaret Davis; sons-in-law Don Symmonett
and Anthony Munnings; daughters-in law, Karen, Terri, Tanya and Lilly Smith; sisters-
in-law, Patricia Smith Glinton, Ida Glinton, Yvonne Smith Malcolm; Cleola and Barbara
Smith; brothers-in-law, Sammy Davis Jr., Duke and Alva Smith; grandchildren, Lanecia
Adderley, Rainya Pinder, Anthonecia Welton, Chennika Ritchie, Rheynischka Munnings,
Linelle, Shemika, Roger, Kyle, Kean, Laron, Tamari, Kristian, Danielle, Raymond,
Anthony, Melissa, Brian Jr.; step grandchildren, Laron, Corvette, Alexius, Sky, Shericka
Smith, Tara, Terrilyn‘and Ashleigh Rolle, Satita, Shelby and Sheldon Hanna, Mattea and
Kakan Edgecombe; thirteen great grandchildren, lifelong fiiends, Gracie and Hepburn;
numerous nieces and nephews, Antoinette and Carlton Cartwright, Patricia and Neko
Meicholas, Brian and Tracy Glinton, Heidi Glinton, Carl and Vashti Glinton, Charles and
Phillipa Taylor, Hosea Glinton, Rena Glinton, Candice Darling, Carlos and Anya Glinton
Williams, Willard Hanna, Steven and Felicia Davis of Miami, Alma McCutchen, Dorothy
and Barry of Hallandale, Keith, Michael, Wendell, Leslie, Edison, Marvin, Darren,
Bernadette, Perry, Ken, Marsha, Patrice, Rev. Patrick, Adrian, Michael, Gary, Maurice,
Gregory, Sharon and Paulette Smith, Marcia McMorris, Verna Larry, Chelsea Kemp,
Marva Brown, Rochelle Ingraham, many other family members and friends John, Clinton
and Alphonso Bowe, Lila and Lawrence Butler, Hynah and Kendal Major and family,
Mary and Alphonso Marshall and family, Conrad and Annette Knowles and family,
Kirtland and Rachel Culmer, Vanria Munnings, Ms..Renae McKay and family, Mrs.
Gwendolyn McIntosh and family, Rubie and Kendal Nottage and family, Margaret Lindsay
and family, Lilly Adderley, Hugo and Doris Powell, Kitty Symmonett and family, Pear]
McFarlane and family, Mispah Bosfield and family, John Mckay and family, Wesley
Ingraham and family, Knowles, McKay and Culmer family, Mrs. Ianthe Moxey and family,
Arthur Neely and family, Ronald Seymour and family, Flora Hanna and family, Norma
Scavella and family, Courtney Strachan and family, Marina Pinder and Drug store staff,
Beverly Smith and family, Peter Outten and family, William Outten and family, Paul
Outten and family, Mrs Patricia Carey and family, Roy Popai and family, Gwen Lockhart
and family, Lorraine Henderson and family, Hugh Dorsett and family, Nurse Pratt and
family, Daphne McNeil, David Rolle and family, Godfrey Collie and the Grove Holiday
crew, Eric Rolle and family, Rosalie Bowe, Monica McGregor and family, Dilleth Nain
and family, Deborah Pinder and family, St. Mary's Virgin Church family, Hortence Harris-
Smith and family, St. Agnes Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians on Friday from 10:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.



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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

Kight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama

Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250

P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas

DEATH NOTICE

Freamer Adella
Laing, 85

a resident of Pelican Point,
Grand Bahama will be held on
Sunday, July 9th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. St. Matthews Baptist
Church, Pelican Point.
Officiating: Bishop Samuel R.
Green; Assisted by: Pastor
Pedison Baillou. Interment will
follow in the Pelican Point
Public Cemetery. ..



Her memories will always
be cherished by; 2 sons; Pastor
Freddie h. Laing. J.P. and Rev. Ivan Laing; 2 daughters: Betty
Laing-Humes, Leona Laing; 2 daughters-in-law: Nathalie and
Elizabeth Laing; 2 brothers: Harcourt and leviticus Thomas; 1

sister-in-law: Nathalie Thomas; 1 sister; violeta Reckly; 1 brother- .

in-law; John Reckley; 1 adopted son: Teston Laing; 1 adopted
daughter-in-law: Mary Laing; 29 Grandchildren: Elroy, Charles,
Alex, Vella, Freddie Jr., Desmond, Ali Laing, Dellereese Curry,
Pamela Rolle, yvette Newchurch, Cathy. Yvonne, Hanford, Leonora,
Ian, Krista and Deidre Laing, Christopher and William Humes,
Didier Rolle, Kelleandro Hall, Vivian Burke, Gloria, Donald,
Buster, Robier Laing, Sandra Clarke, Jacqueline Morley and Jones;
5 adopted grandchildren: Eleanor Stewart, Clifton Laing, Randolph
and Theo Laing, Judy Pratt; 9 Grand daughters-in-law; Veronica,
Anita, Audette, Nicoya, Shelia, Devon Laing, Latoya Humes,
Majorie and Chinnitra Laing; 6 Grand sons-in-law; Lenoard Curry.
Craig Rolle Sr., Dwight Newchurch, Stafford Clarke, Richard
Morley and Raymond Jones Jr. 48 Great grand children; 3 great-
great grnd children; Nieces: Elva Paula, Carla, Joyce, Sandra,
Fredricka, Michelle and Gloria Thomas, Elvina Bain, Portia hanna,
Tamika Cooper, Martha Laing, Nicey Pinder, Coramae, Virginia
and Beryl Bridgewater, Janice Stuart, Ida Williams, Veronica
Russell and Darling Pinder; Nephews: Issac, Llyod, Neville, Sidney,
Neil, Ronne, Franklyn, Elvis, Rev. Tyrone Thomas, Rudolph Laing,

prince, Romeo and Alexander Bridgewater, Daniel Bain, David |

Hanna and Melvin Cooper; Numerous grand nieces and nephews
including: Rev. Lawrence laing (Chief Councellor for East End,
Grand Bahama), Dec. Curlene laing, Dec. Leon & Mrs. Ianthe
laing, Rev. & Mrs. jammie Leathen & family, Golden Kemp,
Pleasent Bridgewater, M.P., Marco City, Rev. Edwin Oinder &
Mrs. Alma Pinder and host of relatives and friends.

Family will receive friends at Zion Baptist Church (Freeport),
East Sunrise Highway on Friday, July 7th, 2006 from 1:00 p.m. -
6:00 p.m. and on Sunday, July 9th from 9:00 to service time at
church.







THF EISEN Ot CII REET at

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|Bemeritte’s Funeral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
‘MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ° TEL: 323-5782

NS aeas

Daniel Eustace Clare MBE,
KCMG, 91,
a resident of Ridgeland Park West and formerly

of Turks and Caicos Island, will be held at Wesley
Methodist Church, Malcolm Road East on












be Rev. Edward Sykes, assisted by The Rev. John
Malcolm. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memory, his wife, Alice
| Usilda Clare; seven sons, Franklyn, Henry, Daniel
Earl, Sterling, Maxwell, Walter and Jose; six
daughters; Beatrice Saunders, Clementina
Seymour, Susan Sims, Terry Clare, Ilona Smith and Patrice Clare; one sister,
Gertrude Chisolm; fifty-five grand children, Carol, Deborah, Rhoda and Sonovia
Clare, Da'Shan Clare-Paul, Lavern Wildgoose, Marilyn Moreau, Charles, Don
and Llewellyn Clare, Alice Beatrice Concepcion, Anne Rahming, Brendalee Clare-
Richards, Philip, Anita, David and Scott Clare, and Patty Glinton; Helena, Michelle
-and Michael Clare, Nicola Heastie and Preston and James Riley Clare:Troy and
Mona Lisa Saunders and Gigi Williams, Edward Keith, Mico Yon and Tito
Seymour; Tamika, Nivia and Chanelle Clare and Cher Nicholas, Alicia Brown,
Quincy and Vanchell Brown Clare, Bianca Clare and Detra Clare-Morris, Danika,
Krisia, Quincy, Indiria, Vito, Manchester Clare, Denelta Garland and Marisa
Pierre, Rushan Muncuff, Krisany (Meisha) Ghosh, and Krishand Severin, Javon
Hall, Andrea, John, Ross and Simone Johnson, Kingsley Outten and Trinese Smith;
seventy-three great grand children including, Sasha Bain, Paige, Don Jr. and
Lakiesha Clare, Theoman Parkerm, Brent and Tiffany Moreau, Thomas, Tiffany
and Trevor Wildgoose, Aurecio, Christoff, Christy, Daniel, Danielle, Davia, David
Jr., Daniel, Deomardo, Kingsley, Mona Lisa, Phillip I, Phillip II, Phillip a, Tamaram
Tavaldo, Tennielle, Torry Clare. Felicia, Joshua, Roberto and Raymond Concepcion,
Lushano Lightbourne, Antonio McKenzie, Javanique and Jarvis Rahming Jr.
Trinton and Tranae Clare, Tanie Heastie, Andreanna, Jeff and Lexianna Johnson,
Diamond and Lynden Nicholas, Quetella, Quincy and Vandera Clare, Ray-Jay
Clare, Quante Ewing, Danielle Garland, Shania and Shanel Green, Makayla and
Mya Tucker, Timonique Davis, Kennedy Rolle, Tabitha, Tia, Tico, Troy Treasure,
Sasha, Ronald Jr. and Sharika Saunders, Larren Williams, Devon and Chardonnae
Seymour; thirteen great great grands, Cleveanna, Damien, Ikera and Marcia Clare,
Eduardo Concepcion, Ronika Forbes, Deshawn Mckenzie, Charles and Marcus
Montgomery; five daughters-in-law, Edna, Elaine, Jacqueline, Madge and Myrtis
Clare; one son-in-law, Edward Seymour Jr.; nine grand daughters-in-law including,
Donna Clare-Rose, Michelle Clare, Nicola Brown, Tamara and Latina Saunders,
Gwendolyn and Mary Seymour; eleven great grand sons-in-law including, Raymond
Concepcion Sr., Audley Glinton, Samuel Heastie, Jeffrey Morris, Terah Pierre,
Jarvis Rahming Sr., David Richards and Larrington Williams; one Great great
grand daughter-in-law, Kathy Concepcion; two sisters-in-law, Ruby and Lois
Clare; one brother-in-law, Louis Chisholm; twenty-five nieces including, Allison,
Becky, Bernadettem Bethel, Blythe, Brenda, Cheryl, Dianne, Edith, Enid, Eunice,
Blythe, Wilma, Paula, Gertrude, Margaret, Marilyn, Maria, Mercedes, Muriel,
Pat, Patrice, Rosella, Sally, Valverine and Walley; fourteen nephews including,
Albert, Alfred Jr., Clayton, Derek, Edgar, Evan, Felton, James, Leroy, Lee, Myron,
Turton Jr., Wendell and William (Bill) Clare; and a host of other relatives and
friends including: Oswald, Leslie and Niles Francis and family, Maurice Glinton,
Jean Lightbourne and family, Earlean Elliotte and family, Norman and Emily
Saunders and the members and supporters of the Peoples National Party in the
Turks and Caicos Islands, Special Thanks to, the medical staff of the South Caicos
Clinic, the medical staff of the Grand Turk Hospital, the medical staff of the

| Providenciales Hospital, and the medical staff of the Oncology Clinic and the

Princess Margaret Hospital Nassau, Bahamas.
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 9:00
| a.m. until service time.

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Saturday July 8th, at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will |.

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RUBEN LEON "THE
BIG RUBES" ROKER,
64





Roads.

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IVY JOHNSON, 50

Cemetery, Shirley Street.





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: Fowler, Paulamae Miller, Yvonne Mortimer, Linda and family,
: Rosemary, Shantell, Bernie, Nike, Tellie, Ethel, DeaDea, Barry,
: Diedre Morris, St. Bede's Church family, Lion Road, Johnson road
: and Balls Alley community and the staff of the Princess Margaret
: Hospital.

a resident of Key West Street, will :
be held at-Fellowship Church of God :
in Christ, Comfort Street off Hay Street, :
on Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 11:00 :
| a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Garnet :
_| Gibson, assisted by Hartman Stuart. :

Interment follows in Southern ;
Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard }

His survivors include, one brother, Isaac Roker, two aunts, Mary :
Walkine and Margaret Palacious; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Emma Roker :
and Mae Roker; nephews, Derek, Brian Spence, Yul, Deval, :
Kirkwood, Leon and Theodore Roker; nieces, Kim Williams, Ava, :
‘Shane and Kelly Roker and Nancy Mackey; cousins, Theda Godet, }
Violet Farquharson Lambert (of Toronto Canada), Adell Moss, :
Leo, Robert and Basil Farquharson; Bloniva Malcolm, Bolton, :
Frankie, Dwight, Irwin Jr., Eugene, Archdeacon James, Freddie :
and Pamela Palacious, Homer, Wanda and Deno Williams, Margaret :
Hopkins, Ophelia, Carmetta and Vincent Cartwright, Beatrice |
Farrington and Cynthia Smith; a host of grand and greatgrand }
nieces and nephews, the gang from The Seven Seas Restaurant :
and Bar, The Cotton Tree Bar, The Meadow Street Park, The :
Salvation Army; special friends Mrs. Marion Palmer, Margo Rogers :

and Francis Clarke. May Reuben's soul rest in peace. | Wallace, (U.S. Army), Victoria Mills of Norfolk, Virginia, Raquel

: Bootle of Murphy Town, Abaco, Raquel Wallace of Freeport,

Market Street from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Grand Dales Ser cocoons welloce OF R-B-BE. Grand Bahama,

Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time. Easis, Johanaton, Craig, Raymond Mackey Jr., Eddie, Eric, Jason

: Mackey, David, Jason, Lance, Helena, Lakeisha, Sadie, Edward,

: Anthony, Beryl, Shelly, Prestonia, April, Abigail, Prince, P.S. Jr.,
-} President, Sandra, Julian Miller, Terance, Shavanda, Tina Watkins,
: Bridgette Simmons, Georgia, Jermaine, Pamela, Andy Jr., Amal,

: Patrice, Deisha, Gayle, Leon, Chris, Stephen, Shena, Theresa,
: Kendal, Randolph and Godfrey; 89 great grand children; 12 great
a resident of Bartlette Street, Fox Hill, :
will be held at St. Bede's Catholic Church, :
#10 Sutton Street, off Kemp Road, on :
‘Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. :
Officiating will be Fr. Alain Laverne. :
Interment follows in the Ebenezer :
: mention including: Philip Mitchel, Sydney, Danny and Apostle
Left to cherish her memory are her six :
sons, Kendal Johnson-Reckley, Kelsey, :
Shawn, Prince Kirkland, Devon and Kevin }
Carroll Johnson; one daughter, Sharmaine :
Johnson; one grandson, Gary Jr., numerous relatives and friends }
including, Maureen Newchurch, ‘Cholta Duncombe, Carolyn and :
Ambrose Davis, Stephen Davis, Bishop George and Rev. Saveletha :



THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 15



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and on
Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

Madrianna (Marjorie
Anna) Wallace, 91,

a resident of Rock Crusher Road and
formerly of Behring Point, Andros,
|. will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic
| Church, Boyd Road, on Saturday, July
| 8th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Fr. Martin Gomes, ss.cc.
Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish her memory are her
5 sons, Kenneth Joseph, Evangelist Wellington Bernard, Dennis
Ednal, Pastor Preston Simon and Bishop Simeon Chrysostom
Wallace; 3 daughters, Joyce Small, Virginia Williams and Princess
Pinder; 73 grandchildren including, Deaconess Marjorie Wallace,
Stephanie Neeley, Fredricka Baker, Paulette McKenzie, Lauren









Prison Officer Wellington Wallace Jr., H.M.P. Sgt. Dudley Wallace,

great grandchildren; 2 sons-in-law, Noel Small and James Jay
Williams of Marsh Harbour, Abaco; 6 daughters-in-law, Miriam,
Nurse Beryl, Maris, Maria, Vernita, Sylvia Elizabeth; 2 adopted
daughters, Mildred Butler and Sylvia Wallace; 3 nieces, Mary
Swaby, Lenora Williams and Vernita; 2 nephews, Harcourt Williams
and Charles Williams; many other relatives too numerous to

Charles Wallace and family, Alfred and Rosald Williams and
families, Braynen, Coakley, Thompson, Russell families, Daisy
Nottage and family, Cargill Creek Communities and Rock Crusher
Road Community.

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
Saturdayzat the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.



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FLORIE "MAMA"
CLARKE, 80






will








Road.



Left to cherish her precious memory are five daughters,




daughter-in-law, Leleitha Clarke; five sons-in-law, Hosea
Johnson, Alfred Demeritte, Joseph Rolle, Livingstone Bullard




Kenneth and Alexander Russell of Florida; one sister-in-law,




Clarke, Rosanda Sears, Antenel, Patrice, Natasha and Chris



Monique Bullard, Christal, Thea and Shonell Outten, Glen
Pratt, Joseph Jr and Jodie Rolle, Alexander, Michelle, Michael,
Mitchell Johnson and Masie Miller; three granddaughters-in-
law, Typhany and Samantha Clarke and Shona Pratt; two
grandsons-in-law, Leroy Miller, Edwin Sears; 31 great-
grandchildren, Monique, Anthony, Kevin, Kevinique, Leroy
Jr., Mya, Floyd, Avron, Shavron, Shandia, Shanria, Fritz,
Erica, Edison Jr., Tamar, Tio, Oswell Jr., Clint Jr., Quinton,
Shonell, Dayze, Zaccoria, Cyrius, Davonte, Jamie, Jeremy,
Kristheo, Kristian, Kristhea and Anesha; nieces and nephews,
Charles Beneby of West Palm Beach, Florida, Linda Farrington,
April, Jason, Jeremy, Ivan, Davon and Cleveland Russell,
Elvis Dean, Brian and Ernest Clarke, Gloria, Madge Rolle
and Yvette Stuart, other relatives and friends including, Lydia
Adderley and family, Vernice Wallace, Elthie Pratt, the Mackey




















Pitt Road Community, the Johnson Park Seventh-Day Adventist
Church family and the staff of Princess Margaret Hospital.





1:00 p.m. until service time.



a resident of Nassau Street and :
formerly of Lowe Sound, Andros, :
will be held at Johnson Park :
Seventh-Day Adventist Church, |
Johnson Park off Farrington Road :
on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating :
be Pastor Jeremiah
Duncombe. Interment follows in :
Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail :



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WILMON
THEOPHILUS
SAUNDERS, 56.

| a resident of Florida and formerly of
Nassau, will be held at First Baptist
Church, Market Street, on Saturday
July 8th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Earle Francis and
Minister Bernal Bullard. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.



He leaves to mourn his; mother, Dolly Cooper; father,

Hezikiah Patrick Saunders; children, Denise Saunders -Barns

Marjorie Johnson, Madeline Demeritte, Janet Rolle, Dianne and Wilmon Saunders Jr.; son-in-law, Alvin Barns; daughter

Bullard and Sandra Burrows; one son, Ernest Clarke; one | in-law, Susan Saunders; three grandchildren, A.J and Jamal
: Barns and Deshann Saunders; five brothers, Godrey Bruce
( ? and Leroy Bethel, Phillip and Bruce Saunders; two sisters, -
| and Junior Burrows; one sister, Helen Hall, two brothers, | Prehula and Shanise Gordon; six aunts, Lenora Gibson and

: family, Beatrice Gibson and family, Inez Bullard and family,
Ruby Duvalier; 25 grandchildren, Lemkul, Mario and Edison :

Viola Bodie, Catherine Saunders and Doris Saunders; one

uncle, Alvin Bodie; sisters-in-law, Mena, Sonia and Denise
Brice, Clint Clarke, Livingston Jr., Eldon, Carlton, Otis and i

Bethel, Carolyn Saunders and brother in-law, Albert Williams;

: fifteen nieces, Desiree, Nanika, Shannan, Nadia, Gilda, Yvonne,
: Lavette, Yanell, Dolly Ann, Antonika, Shequella, Amanda,
: Raquella, Jane and Dr. Arlene Whiteman Saunders; twenty
: nephews, Vaughn, Richard, Deon, Bova, Denny, Deymean,
: Robert, Deno, Amard, George, Dominique, Deangelo, Tamar,
: Tamil, Brandon, Bernard, Glenroy, Oneal, Normando, and
: Omar; his special family and friends; Lenora Conyers and
: family, Florinda Rolle and family, Elvia.Pratt and family,
: Antoinette Pratt and family, Marion Aranah and family, Bernal
| Bullard and family, Stedman Bullard and family, Patrely
: Bullard and family, Ernestine Flowers and family, Paula Bain
: and family, Patricia Taylor and family, Sheena Rolle and
: family, Beverly Coleby and family, Glen Johnson and family,
: Jamos Johnson and family, Sidney Cooper and the entire
: Cooper family, the Kerr family, the Sears family, the entire
family, Vivian Sealy, Victoria Leadon, Sister Curtis and family, :
George Robinson and family, the Lightbourn family, Francita |
| Wallace, the Bain Town Community, CTO Mall of Marathon, |

family of the late Rose Johnson, Bessie Remez, Beverly
Gordon, Geneva Finlayson, Eloise Cox, Enoch Lightbourn,
Shequella (Koola koola), Sharrnise (mesa, pesa) whom he

| affectionately named, Rev. Dr. Earle Francis and family, the
i entire First Baptist Church Family and his entire host of other
: caring friends and families.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral |
Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday |
and on Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the church from |

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on

: Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m.-until-service-time= |








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MOTHER GRACE
ETOILE GARDINER, |
AG





a.m. Officiating will be Bishop
Pastor Clarence N. Williams,
assisted by Rev. Pastor Julian A. Johnson, Rev. Pastor Talbot
W. Collie, Minister Pastor Rowena Fawkes, Minister Pastor
Andy Ferguson, Minister Pastor Rolance Pratt & Minister
Pastor Cassell Higgs. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, JFK Drive.

Fond cherished memories will forever be in hearts of her
husband - Winston Alexander Gardiner; four daughters -
Minister Sandra Forbes, Whilemena Henfield, Deaconess
Norma Jane Knowles and Rev. Dianne Gardiner; 1 son - Mr.

Ebbie, Helen, Chinga, Julie, Enid, Virginia, Sherry and Regan.



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| Pratt, Dorothy Brown, Joycelyn Knowles, Bishop C.N. Williams

: Rosalie Foulkes & Food Service Department. And a host of
: other relatives and friends too numerous to mention individually. |
a resident of Ced"r Way, Golden :
Gates #2 & formerly of Turks & |
Caicos Island, will be held at Church |
of God of Prophecy, East Street :
Tabernacle, on Saturday at 10:00 :








Scott Clarke. 13 grand children - Eltisa, Robin, Latara, Romeha, :
Davaughn, Jamaine, Chelo (predeceased), Isiah, Stom, Jerusha,
Samantha, Lekeisha, Jeff and Shamano. 4 great grandchildren :
- Demetrio, Thomas Jr., David and Terran. 7 sisters - Vernita |
Missick, Martha Hudson, Princess Basden, Dottis, Valarie, :

: Bahama, Yvonne Johnson, Stephanie Thompson, Matilda

Dianne, and Coreen Higgs. 2 brothers - Benjamin Forbes Sr. : McCartney, Sandra Gibson, Martha Brown and Elamae

and Rev. Shelton Higgs. 3 sons-in-law - Thomas Forbes, Rufus :
Knowles, and Ferlin Henfield. 1 daugher-in-Iaw - Mrs. Clarke. | Edgar and Vander Moss, Anthony and Lenord Johnson; one
4 sisters-in-law - Cybilene Burns, Mayola Gardiner, Ingrid :
Higgs and Marcelle Forbes. 2 brothers-in-law - Vinston and : Miller, Naomi Whymns, Ruth Gibson, Hester Brennen and

Anthony Gardiner. 18 nieces - Renay, Barbara, Dionne, Joan, ' Birdy Edgecombe; three granduncles, Samuel Miller, Ellis

Donna, Cynthia, Kathy, Louise, Meoshe, Tammy, Gidget, 2 Whymns and Yelveton Edgecombe; a host of other relatives
: and friends including Michael, Anton, Charlene, Dion, Jonathan,

13 nephews - Michael, Dwain, Nicky, Rocky, Hank, Benjamin, | Jayon, Latoya, Leteria, Lamar, Leronzo, Debbie, Princess,

Benjamin Jr., Raymond, Randy, Darron, Deashron, Tamar and :
Cromwell and many grand and great-grand nieces and nephews. : Diesza, Stacy, Omar, Roshelle, Mrs. Moxey, Mrs. Maycock,

Other relatives include Bertha & Enid Gardiner, Franklyn, : irs. Iva Johnson, Hon. Bradley Roberts and the Bain and

Sonny and Rufus Smith of New York; Ashley Thompson, : Grants Town communities, Rev. T. G. Morrison and Zion

Emadle Henfield, Fiona Saunders, Shirley and Wendy Clarke, | ‘Baptist Church, Shirley Street family, Rev. Dr. Robert

Keturah Ferguson, Bishop J.M. Swann & Family, Joseph :
Henfield. Life long friends - Grenelda Bodie, Velma Chase, :
Dianne Rahming, Hilda Moxey, Marietta Ferguson, Lenora }
Evans, Mrs. Joanne Webb & family, Ms. Joanne Louis, Elvetta :
Lockhart, Mother Lawrence, Hopeful Hanna, Ms. Mavis, Ms. :

: and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service

Maria, Mrs. Beneby & family, Ms. Laurel Butler, Ms. Harriette | time.

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 17

& the Seven Hills congregation, Shirley Street congregation,
_ Paithway Christian Academy, Nurse Lucina Richards, Mrs.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on
Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

SHEENA MOSS, 22

a resident of Rodgers Corner will
be held at Mount Calvary Baptist
Cathedral, Blue Hill Road and Laird
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Glen Miller
and Rev. Dr. Edward McPhee.
| Interment will follow in Old Trail
_ | Cemetery, Old Trail Road.

































Left to cherish her memory are her
grandmother, Mrs. Solomie Moss; stepfather and mother, John
and Stephanie Campbell; two brothers, John and David; eight
aunts, Rebecca Moss, Miss Diana Butler of Freeport, Grand

McIntosh; six uncles, Sterling Moss of Chicago, Frederick,

great grandaunt, Mildred Pinder; five grandaunts, Rosemary

Judy, Ruby, Keva, Miss Vernita Green, Mr Renfond Bethel,

Colebrooke and St. Paul's Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday



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Reverend Michael
_ Akinwande West, 29,







Convention Center, Joe Farrington Road,









A. Johnson, Sr., assisted by other ministers.
Interment follows in Western Cemetery,
Nassau Street. :



Left to cherish his memory are his mother, Elizabeth Betty West; sister,
Shantelette West; adopted father, Elder Jim Williams; grandmothers,

























Bemeritte’s Funeral dome

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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

: Remelda Johnson and family, Linda Demeritte, the Roker family, Anthony
: and Jonathan Davis, Florence and Andrew Gardiner, Antonio and Tyrone
: Archer Jr., Annalee Pennerman and family, Eartha Pyfrom and family,

: Yvonne Rolle and family, the Storr, Linden and Arnette families of San
a resident of Poinciana Ave. Pinewood

Gardens, will be held at Church of God :
: Laing, Duke Errol Strachan and family, Anthony Stubbs, Bemed Bethell,
will be held on Saturday July 7th, 2006. at :
10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Moses :

| of 2005, George Heastie, Ian Pratt and the Undivided Love family and
: a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church

: from 9:0 a.m. until service time. ©
Rosanna McPhee, Mrs. Mildred Dr. Chue' Maurice and Mother Enid Ellis; :

grandfathers, Rev. Dr. Sammie Saunders; aunts, Shemah Saunders- :
Darling, Stemethia Saunders-Roker, Kimberlena Saunders, Margaret, i
Marilyn and Lorraine Davis, Charlene Curry, Rhonda Patton, Sheena !
Hall, Marcia and Dorothea Newman, Alice Newman Cox, Avis Bullard, :
Denise Colebrooke, Sharon Newman; uncles, Sammie Jr. and Keith ;
Saunders, Charlberto Darling, Jonnie Roker, Alvin Davis, Headley, Mario :
and Leno McPhee, Robert and Hubert 'Birch' Newman Jr., Terrance |
Newman of Washington D.C., Perez Patton, Ricardo Curry and David :
Hall; grand aunts, Alfreda Flowers, Agnes Glass, Gloria Dorsette, Olga :
Higgs, Shirley Brown, Naomi Major, Sylvia Rahming, Jenniemae Charlton, :
| Maryarm Wilson, Rosalyn, Sarah and Cyntie Saunders; grand uncles, :
Daniel, Amos and Alfred Saunders, Leroy,Glass, Arthur Dorsette, Edward
Brown, Sidney Major, Kenneth Williams; godchildren, Marcus, Klovis :
Jr. and Anthony; other relatives and friends, Shem Moss, Charlberto 'C.J.' :
Darling, Gurt Clarke and family, Arielle, Ashley, Angeliqua and Samantha :
Saunders, D'Angelo Deveaux, Jonnee Roker, Shariece Morrison, Ashanti
Newman, Monette Newman, Elaine and Ottlow Robinson, Antwon,
Jefferson, Sheldon, Tavares, Davino, Chavard, Perez Jr., David, Aaron, :
Theon, Indira, Thia, Kenva, Latoya, La-dawn, Keisha, Ashley, Shandishia,
Cardina, Rickia, Nickie, Jacinta White, Reggie Demeritte, Frederick and :
Veronica Curry, Alice, Berthamae Thompson, Verna Kemp, Lavada Horton, :
Sandra Nixon Braithwaite, Katymae 'June' Archer, Veronica Bethel, :
Christian Adderley, Florence Gardiner, Antoine and Tyrone Archer Sr., } ; ; :
Ellamae Margaret Hoplins, Staff of Just Rite Bakery and a Dressmaking | Rodnique, Nicknell, Precious, Rodney, Anthony Jr., Shem, Quenton,
and Variety Store, The Fox Hill and Centreville Communities, Brian and
Lynette Williams, Lionel and Vema Gilbert and family, Dona Culmer
Whyrnms and family, Gregory and Marilyn Rahming and fumily, Ms. :
Lillian Bethel and family, Earlis Symonette, Rev. Cephas 'Winkie' and :
Brenda Dames and family, Bishop Moses Sr. and Sis. Cynthia Johnson :
| and family, Church of God Cathedral family, Bishop Harcourt and Hazel :
Pinder and family, Bishop John and Prophetess Jennie Humes and family, :
Apostle Charles and Merrill Wallace and family, Rev. Rudy Roberts and :
family, Sandra Shackleford and family, Bishop V.G. and Elder Beverly :
Clarke and family, Frantz Ferguson, Ricardo Davis, Sybil Rolle and family, :
McKallan, Ethan and Maggie Stubbs, Theresa Brooks and family, Staff :
of Premier Importers, Aquinas College Class of '94, Anthony Moss, :

Addington Godet, Linda McPhee and family, Andres Cooper and family, | tm 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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Salvador, the Saunders family, Pamela L. Reckley, Lakishia Knowles,
Toneika Russell, Brian Mackey, Judy Lafleur, Rolly Culmer, Marcus

Charles Greenslade, Quincy Knowles, Clayton Johns, Elder Jim and
Gloria Williams, Monica Ferguson and family, Ministry of Youth Class

Friends may pay their last respects at Dementte's Funeral-Home, Market

é Christopher Gardiner, 44,

- aresident of Elizabeth Estates and formerly
of Broughan Street, will be held at Mt. Horeb
Baptist Church, Sandyport, West Bay Street,
on Saturday July 8th at 10:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Lloyd Smith. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.









Left to cherish his wonderful memory are,
wife, Lorna Gardiner; father, Alvin Gardiner;
step-father, Walter Polider; 9 sisters, Judy

Strachan, Janet Russell, Stacy Baker, Rose,
Theresa, Portia, Philistina, Sherell and Shanty; 10 brothers, Daniel,
Anthony, Kennedy,Gregory, Jeffery, George, Kirk, Godfrey, Audley and
Tyrone; 4 brothers-in-law, Clarence Russell, Charles Strachan, Brian
Baker, Arnold Cooper; 6 aunts, Gwendolyn Johnson, Gretal Sweeting,
Eloise Johnson, Levita Johnson, Yvonne Johnson-Taylor and Vivian Hall;
2 uncles, Ruben Gardiner and Fred Gardiner; 3 grand gunts, Daisy Johnson,
Francis Gaitor and Marietta Deaveaux; numerous nieces and nephews,

Devanta, Tenaj, Kenya, Grea, Brianardo, host of other relatives and friends
including, Percy and Alma Young, Elaine Thompson, The Broom Street
family, The Elizabeth Estates family including Louise Dawkins, Emily
Roberts, and Mr and Mrs Rupert Ferguson. Rev. Dr. Elkin Symonette and
the Ebenezer family, Rev. Lloyd C. Smith and the entire Mt Horeb family,
Ernestine Johnson, caregivers, Shanice McKenize, Shemah Darling, the
doctors and nurses of Princess Margaret Hospital, the Johnson family, the
Gardiner family and many other relatives and friends too numerous to
mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on a: and on Saturlay at the church



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BBF #325

2000 Tahoe,
fully pwr, Ithr, 24" rims, sound system,
$23,500
Call: 454-4733 or 364-4910

BBF #326

2001 Ford Explorer,
blue, built in alarm, $7,800 ONO,

_ 2001 Ford Explorer, black, w/fog light,
$7,800 ONO Call: 427-4037

BBF #328

- 1999 Chevy Silverado Z71 4X4,
Lift Kit, Rims & Tires, Good Condition,
$19,000 O.B.O.
Ph.324-6605 or 457-2676



2004 Honda Accord,
4-dr, V6, silver, black Ithr, 6 disc CD changer,
fully loaded, sunroof, 20" chrome rims, low
mileage, A/C, excellent condition, must see to
appreciate, serious inquiries,
all: 328-2511 or 422-4405







2000 Dodge Durango,
A/C, CD, Ithr int. seats 7 persons,
remote alarm,
$12,500,
_, Call: 359-0560 or 324-5869



SGN






BBF #359

1994 Rea Ray Sundancer 50 ft..
BBF #343 ; 2 owners since new, twin: Detroit T-
1999 sports Honda Accord, 671's..1320hrs..serviced by Diesel Power,



IBBF #337




2000 Tahoe,
ny red, sunroof, A/C, Ithr int. CD, alarm, keyless new custom hard top with full enclosures, new
fully pwr, Ithr, 24" rims, sound system, entry, fully pwr, standard shift, in excellent frig, stereo, tv, XM throughout, rebuilt 14kw
$23,500 condition, only one owner, Kohler generator... too many extras to list.



$9,800 ONO, asking 279k ono, 364-7921 nites 393-2437

Call: 454-4733 or 364-4910 Call: 359-2946 - days, 457-2437 cell



BBF #339 1999 Acura 3.0CL Coupe $8800 -
. Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Leather bucket seats, fully
1997 Honda Accord BBF #334 pwr, Driver Side Power Seat, Driver's Side Air Bag, Trip
for sale and Sits Anti-Lock Brakes, Heated Seats, Security Features, Air
2003 Honda Civic, Conditioning, MP3 Player with remote, Bose sound

Chevy Monte Carlo for sale, ask for Mr. Butler 18" rims, system, Wood Grain Dash, Map Light, Moonroof,.

both extremely clean, asking $14,000, ieee HORDE Ce:

Call: 326-1106. Call: 364-3334 or 535-7291. 1996 INFINITI 130 FULLY LODAED
g $7200 obo. 3246922 ALL CLEAN TITLES

BBF #341 BBF #344 BBF #361
1999 Lexus 7 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, © 2000 Honda Accord,
20" rims, 2400 amp, very clean 20" chrome rims, sound system, dark green, low mileage, extra clean,

5 A/C, alarm, clean int. ‘
in & out, $20,000, $17,500 ONO, automatic, $9,500 ONO,

Call: 455-8601 or 565-4422 Call: 477-3105 or 455-3233 Call: 477-3105 or 455-3233

BBF #342 BRF #358

2005 Ford F-150, 1GB White iPod Nano, | BBF #365
remote.start & page alarm, full face CD, Brand New in Box, ate Wireless Transmitter for} Just in from U.S. 2005 Ford Escape,

DVD, TV play, chrome setting, 24" rims, under 8K miles, fully pwr, CD, A/C, clean title,

ar
. Incase Protective Case with Arm Band,
: 27K miles, $47,000, Everything going for $250.00, $26,500 ONO
Call: 455-8601 or 565-4422 Phone 324-8444 Call: 328-1130 or 434-2700

2001 Nissan Xterra SE,
JUST ARRIVED,
Biue with Grey Interior
,CD/AC/Power/Automaiic,
$14,000 ONO,

1996 Chevy Lumina,
Blue with Grey Interior
NEW PAINT, CD/AC/Power, BBE #3
$4000.00 ONO, 1999 Rodeo,
Phone 324-8444 or 392-1221 after 6p.m| |... . _ full accessories, $6,000 ONO,

Same amen mm an mcwnermmmmcescne 1 | tL” Call 326-0983;.426-3253 of 364-3900 ~)





THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 21



BBF #366

1995 Nissan Sentra,
A/C, very good condition, full pwr, runs great,
$4,000 OBO,
Call:394-2285 or 558-2136

2006 Hyundai Tucson,
1 Owner 10k miles, fully loaded, clean title,
excellent condition,
selling because we're building home,
$19,000,
Call: 322-2316 or 456-7301

BBF #368
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,
clean title, 18K miles, fully loaded, excellent
condition, BMAC inspected, $30,000,
Call: 322-2316 or 456-7301

BBF #369
1996 Nissan Senira,
CD, 17" chrome rims, alarm, A/C,
(Lexina) extra clean,
$4,500 ONO,
Call: 502-2707 or
323-7002





1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse,

$4,500,
stand shift, A/C, CD, alarms,
owner leaving island,
_. Call: 393-2667, or 436-8911






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BBF #371
1994 Honda Accord,

A/C, sound system, 18" chrome rims, coil overs,
fully pwr, air babs, crystal front racing cams,
clutch, pistons, K&N filter,
chrome qual exhaust,
$4,700 ONO,

Call: 325-1434, 486-1294 or 356-5398
Tribune Issue 32 028A Jason

BBF #372
2001 Frontier,
standard shift, cool A/C, clean int. low mileage,
excellent condition, $7,500 ONO,
Call: 454-1138, 558-9117 or
393-5715

BBF #373
1998 Ford Escort spori,
like new, clean int. s-shift,
$4,000,
Call: 454-1138, 558-9117 or 393-5715

BBF #374
1997 Honda Civic,
black, sports, rims, new paint job,
like new, A/C cold,
$6,500,
Call: 454-1138, 558-9117 or 393-5715 -

BBF #375

1995 Windom,
AIC, CD, tints, clean int.

condition,
$6,000, Cognasnaes or 324-3847

"2006,

BBF #376
1995 Honda Civic,
red, new paint job,
$2,500, ask for Dentry leave
message, -
Call: 328-41 86-7

BBF #377
18cfm compressor
powered by 103-10 diesel, perkins engine
suitable for generator, trash/utility pump, pwred
by Briggs & Stratton, gas pump, marine clutch
plate, outriggers, helium tanks, oil & fuel filters,
impellors, everything must go 362-1394

BBF #378 ;
2001 Honda Civic EX,
2-dr coupe, red, fully loaded, fully pwr, sunroof,
A/C, CD, $9,500 ONO, 2001 Infiniti i830, features
of a Maxima but better, a must see,
power everything,
. $12,000
Call: 525-3485 or 364-6906

BBF #379
American & Japanese Vehicies,
Hondas, Altima’'s, Maxima's SUV, Jeep,
Trucks, Auction cars, clean or rebuilt title,
we can find you a car!!
357-4985 or 364-2085

BBF #381
1993 Nissan Skyline, GTS,
as is $2,000, still running,
Call: 325-0983, 426-3253
or 364-3900

BBF #383
2001 Honda Accord,
grey leather.int. sunroof, 2-dr sport,
18" chrome rims, silver, alarm, $9,000
ONO. Mp3 player, hot steal,
owner leaving island,
Call: 425-3753

BBF #384
Just in from Japan,
1996 Honda Civic, license & inspection,
tinted windows, alarm system,
very low miles, $6,500,
Call: 357-4985 or 364-2085

Complete Ceniral Units, '
24,000 BTU $1,458, 30,000 BTU $1,672, 36,000 BTU,
$2,128, 42,000 BTU$2,371.20, 48,000 BTU $2,432
Complete Mini Split Units,9,000 BTU $583.20, 12,000
BTU $648,
18,000 BTU $842.40, 24,000 BTU $1,134,
Call: 323-3889 or 356-5973



: 1994 Grand
Cherokee,
red, leather,
power steering,
10 disc CD changer,
in excellent condition,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 325-1036
ask for Bernie

BBF #388
2000 Nissan Exterra,
pwr window, A/C, sound system,
$15,000 ONO,
Call: 436-4517 or 361-5651

BBF #389
1998 Dodge Neon,
standard, 2 door, A/C,
$2,500. —
Call: 4386-4517 or 361-5651



ee
BBF #390
1998 Nissan Sentra,
4 door, A/C, sound system,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 486-4517 or 361-5651











BBF #391
1990 Toyota Lexus LS 400,
20 Lexani-rims, competition sound system,
3 dvd screens, $7,000
without rims and electronics $5,000.
Call 424-6705
ask for Mr. Collie, trades, Welcome







BBF #392
‘ 2000 Chevy Blazer,
A/C, fully power, 4 wheel drive,
excellent condition.
$9,500 ONO.
Call: 426-6262 or 436-2525.







BBF #393
- 2005 Yamaha 4-stroke,
like brand new,
$6,500,
Call: 544-0103

BBF #394
2005 4 wheeler Motorbike 110,
price $2500,
Call 636-4755 or 392-3271

BBF #395
1996 Honda Accord EX,

automatic, A/C, cd player, excellent
condition, asking $5,300
OBO, also:
1997 Elantra,
asking $4,500,
Call 364-0264 or 325-8435
or 422 — 2565

BBF #396
2001 Nissan Altima,
one owner, low miles,
$5,500,
call: 326-4239

BBF #397








1994 Mitsubishi Emeraude,
4-door, pwr windows, AC, CD-

Radio, well kept, right hand drive,

$4000, Call: 559-1192 or
352-4925 (after5pm)

BBF #398
Dodge Cargo 1,
for work or play,
$2,500,
558-2132

BBF #400
_ Nissan Sunny, :
fully loaded, licence & inspection warranty
services etc.
$4,495 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors.
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #401
Nissan 5 - Ferie ( infiniti J — 30)
$4,995.
View at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

IBBF #402

Nissan Primera,s,
priced from $4,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,

Call 325-0881/2.

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THURSDAY, JULY.6, 2006, PAGE 23

BBF #403
Honda Civics,
price starting $4,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF #404
Toyota Corolla,
priced from $4,995 and up, available
at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325/0881/2

BBF #405
Toyota Avalon,
priced from $6,900 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #406 ;
ronda inspire,
priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2.



BBF #407
1999 — 2003 Ford Rangers,
priced from $9,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF #408 ;
2003 — 2004 Ford F-150's,
2 and 4 door models,
priced from $18, 900 and up
Available at Sanpin Motors.
Call 325-0881/2

BBF #410
Suvs, Suvs, Suvs, Rav4's,
Crv's, Sportages, Sorentos, Biu Hoens,
Pasero, Gas and Deisel,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #411
2001 Dodge Ram
1 ton Cargo Van,
priced from $14,800,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2.

BBF #413
1999 - 2001 Ford Crown Victoria's,
priced front $9,900,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #414
2001 Ford Focus's,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call 325-0881/2







BBF #418
1999 Lincoln Town Car Limousine
120.inch stretch, must see to
appreciate, immaculate condition,






BBF #420
Must see,
financing arranged,
Call 455-3428 or 392-5819

BBF #421
1995 Honda Inspire,
recently serviced, woman owner,
some part needed,
asking $4,900
Call 356-7420 after 6pm, 454-1269
must sell,
asking serious enquiries.







BBF #422
Prestige Beer,
$42.00 a case, we deliver 25 to 50
case at $40.00 must come to GIG
investment at Blue Hill South
to pick up.
Call 341-5472 or 477-1012

BBF #427
2000 Honda Civic,
Hatch back, AC, 17" chrome rims, CD
player, sound system,
Price $6,000
Call 456-0179 or 423-5200








Call: 364-0264, 325-8435 or 422-2565








BBF #428

2004 Honda Crv Vitec,

6 CD changer, leather interior, 18,000

miles, sun roof, spare tire never used,
price $24,500

Call 477-3444 or 324-2865

BBF #429
1993 BMW 318],
right hand drive, dark grey, 4dr, AC, pwr
windows & locks, low miles, automatic
transmission, excellent condition,
asking $9,000
Call 327-4596



BBF #430
1995 BMW 318TI,
right hand drive, silver 4 dr, AC, pwr
windows & locks, low miles, automatic
transmission, excellent condition,
asking $8,800
Call 327-4596

BBF #431
2002 Honda Civic Sedan LX,
silver, Cd player & tape deck, AC,
excellent condition
$14,000
Call 341-8617 or 434 — 9898

1999 Chevy Monte Carlo LS, red,

fully loaded, pwr everything, CD player

, clean, asking $6,000
Call 393-5900 or 426-1823













. IBBF #436

BBF #435

_ 2000 Ford Explorer V6,

maroon, AC, rear AC, am/fm cassette,

CD changer, pwr everything, leather
interior, $6,000 ONO.

Call 423-4073

Ford Explorer XLS,
white with grey interior, Ac, pwr
windows & locks, good condition,
$7,000 Call 454-3271 or 326-8452 .
395-6508 leave a message

BBF $409
Chevy 1500 — 5-10's,
priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF $432
1998 Honda Accord,
2 dr, black leather interior, 18" rims,
AC, pw windows, pwr seats,
Pwr locks, clean title,
$8,500.
Call 426-8883 or 359-7597

BBF $43
2003 Nissan Altima,
fully loaded, leather interior, sun roof,
20" chrome rims
$15,000 ONO
Call 364-4810 or 436-3601








BBF#338




16-17 Feet boat, Solid Hull,
inside interior needs work,
$1,000 ONO, :

Call: 424-1886








IBBF#363





1997 Nissan Maxima,

A/C, CD, sound system, fully pwr,
$6,500,

Call: 434-2763 or 361-5155



IBBF#380

2002 Ford Explorer,
fully loaded, fully pwr, 3rd row seat,
20" chrome rims,
$20,000 ONO,
Call: 424-6747 or 424-1102





RIB #480
Home Alarm Special
Wireless! Only $499

FREE Installation. Self Monitoring System
Call: 327-5237 for Free Demo







TRIB #526 |
1995 CAMEO RED
Sunroof, air condition, in good
condition
$5,500.00
Tel: 341-5277
Cell: 426-4898 434-0165



THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 25



RIB #514 :

1996 FORD EXPLORER, ‘XLT
White with grey interior
$5,800.00
V6, 4 door, auto, alloys, stereo AC, PS,
PW, PM, PL
Tel: 393-5745
or 359-0335

RIB #240
DIESEL MIXER- BRAND NEW

REDUCED to $2,699.00
Bag and a half mixer, 5.5 HP Engine, only a few left at
this price, won't last. compare with other mixers at
$5,500. =
First come first served.
Will ship to the family Islands
Tel: 323-5208



RIB #246
1994 Honda Accord RHD
2.2 Vitec, A/C, CDplayer
remote start, sunroof
$4,500.00
Call 362-1321 or
457-1376

RIB #250
1999 LANDROVER Discovery Ii
Silver champagne with grey interior
$18,000.00 ONO .
Fully loaded
Tel: 327-0316 Cell: 454-1606

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











RIB #257
1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Rudy red w/ gold emblems & pinstripping, daylights,
plush cream leather interior, rich mahogany & metalic
accents, power everything, steering wheel controls, 8-
ways seats w/2 per memory, Ice cold AC, 20 “ chrome.
A presidential ride-on air suspension $8,500.00 ONO
Financing available $1300.00 down
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave

_ message. (factory rims available by request)

#259

- 22' Donzi classic

1 show new, year 2000, 80mph, only 97hrs on
hull, 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

RIB #262
1994 NISSAN CIVILIAN
Blue with red interior, 6 cylinder, AC
30 seater passenger bus.
$11,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0103 Gell: 436-7411

RIB #273 :
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

1996 MERCEDES C180 SEDAN
Green with black interior
$9,000.00 OBO
4 door automatic, power windows/locks.
Good condition. 52,500 miles
Can be viewed at old King & Knights
Tel: 477-7908

RIB #289
2003 FORD EXPLORER
Fully loaded, Excellent condition
Just in from the US
: $16,700.00
Tel: 324-4416 Cell: 424-4080



TRIB #296
1999 FORD RANGER XLT
Champaigne, dual cab
$6,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition,
New spray top, recently serviced
Tel: 328-3953
Cell: 525-1563

2005 FORD EXPLORER XLS, SUV
JUST IN FROM THE US
White with grey interior, clean title, like new,
Call for price!! ;
low miles, V6 engine, fully loaded
with AV-trac system... 20” chrome wheels.
Cell: 565-2884 or 322-5525



TRIB #305
2001 MITSUBISHI, RED
convertible with beige interior, 30,000.00
miles Duty paid. Excellent condition.
Will consider reasonable offers.
Tel: Freeport 457-9974





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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 #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 #331
2002 FORD MUSTANG GT
Silver with black leather/seats interior, Fully
loaded 6 CD changer with factory silver rims,
stick shift, clean, like new, 19,000 miles
Asking $17,000 )ONO
1996 HONDA ACCORD Like new
$6,000.00 :
Tel: 364-3691 Cell:557-1205

RIB 37332
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 #340 . }
2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER |
$22,000.00 ONO, 74,000 mileage, '
black, 4 door, automatic, power everything, gre
cloth interior, AM/FM/CD/Cassette player,
factory alarms, tinted windows.
Excellent condition, U must see to appreciate
Call: 558-4585 leave message



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RIB #345

BOAT FOR SALE
30’ SCARAB PANTHER, Twin 454,

Bravo drives, GPS chart plotter,
Bimini top.
Excellent condition,
triple axle trailer:
$27,500.00 Call: 557-3710

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 #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)

RIB #358
2002 FORD F-150 XLT
Black with dark grey interior, stepside
$14,800.00
Fully loaded, 4.2 liten V6
Tel: 324-1328(H) 356-7848(W)

ITRIB #359
2002 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
| Light blue with grey interior
$16,500.00 offer
Fully loaded
Tel: 324-1323(H)
356-7848(W)






RIB
1998 TOYOTA CORALLA
Burgundy with beige interior, VE
$5,500.00 ONO
4 door, 4 cyl, auto, AC, radio, great family car, good on
gas, runs great. ALSO 1998 Pontiac GT supercharger-
very FAST $4000
1992 LEXES LS 400 $7500 ONO
Call Prime: 356-3953, 552-8277 or 457-2491

RIB #374
1994 NISSAN SENTRA
For sale Asking
$2,500.00 ONO
Phone: 327-6746
or
454-8213

RIB #375
' 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 #376
2004 GMC ENVOY, BLUE
with gret interior.
$25,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition
Only 30,000 miles. A steal!
serious inquiries only
Tel: 454-2905 ©

RIB #377
NISSAN SENTRA GXE
blue with grey interior B14
$5,500.00 ONO
18” rims, CD, AC, power locks, windows, alarm.
Tel: 361-0029
Cell:455-5564










RIB #380
1996 HONDA CIVIC, EX
Silver with grey interior, 4 door, Automatic,
four cylinder, good on gas.
Asking $2,850.00 OBO
Tel: 393-3537
Cell: 426-8605

RIB #386
2000 DODGE NEON
$9,000.00
DVD System, music system, rims and
“body kit
Tel: 455-8203



RIB #389
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black with tan leather interior,
10

factory everything, Fully loaded, power everything,
Must see.
19967 MAXIMA
just in from USA grey with blackj interior, clean
1999 CHEVY MONTECLEO
234 black/black interior, power everything,
Owner Leaving Island
Tel: 392-1834 Cell: 454-9891

RIB #391
1995 VOLK WAGON PASSAT GXL
Dark grey with black interior
$5,000.00
Power everything, 2,500 wait sound system
pioneer subs, drop low, lightings graphics, moon
roof Black leather interior, remote start, VR6,
standard shift
Tel: 328-1744 Cell: 525-0803
Price negotaibe

RIB #399
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY
Gold with beige interior
$4,000.00 ONO
Must see to appreciate.
Tel: 565-0197 or 477-4399





RIB #403
2000 Blue/Beige Ford F-150 XLT
with X-CAB A/C, P/S, P/B,
P/Window, P/Locks ~
Price $14,300 -
Phone 393-5795
Cell 359-2954



RIB #404
: NEW ARRIVAL!
1996 CHEVY LUMINA Dark red with grey
interior, AC,AM/FM/Radio, AC,
fully powered alloy rims
$4,000.00
Tel: 324-6340

RIB #411

2004 GMC ENVOY
White with gray/black interior
$24,000.00
very nice in and out
Call: before its to late.
Tel: 557-3057

RIB #412
1999 FORD F-150
White with grey interior,
single cab (V6)
$8,000.00 ONO
DVD, all in one player, Runs perfect,
cold AC
Tel: 454-0477





RIB #418
20” CHROME RIMS W/TIRES -
5 hole boit pattern only,
Fits Chevy trucks & SUV’s
Asking $1500.00 ONO. Tel: 341-8832



THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 27



RIB #419
- TOYOTA WINDOM
White and grey with black interior
$4,000.00
V6 3.0G, CD player, alarm,
PS/ PW/ PDL/PL
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 357-7575 or 636-1602

RIB #420
2003 FORD ESCAPE
Maroon with tan interior
$18,500.00 ONO
Like new, low mileage, fully loaded,
One owner, good on gas
Tel: 356-0605 Cell: 425-5493

RIB #423
1999 ISUZU RODEO LS
Pearl white with grey interior
$11,500.00
Cold AC, CD player,
AM /FM Stereo, clean vehicle
Must sell,
. Best offer accepted
Tel:-364-761 1



TRIB #42
1998 CHRYSLER JEEP WRANGLER, 4x4
Green with tan interior
$13,500.00
5 speed, CD player, AM/FM, AC Soft top,
a sweet ride,
Must sell.
Best offer accepted
Tel: 364-7611

RIB #427
1993 MERCURY VILLAGER, CARAVAN
Grey “ 1 grey interior

V6, 30 a gine ton 7000 miles, clean, oa
player, D gy eben & screen

ra
‘Tek 361-3672
Celi: 455-1250/427-8485

RIB #428
1995 CHEVY BLAZER
Green with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
AC, sound system,
Everything is power
Tel: 457-0734

RIB #430
2001 CHEVY LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
Clean interior, Dependable car,

Must see pioneer unit Tel: 394-7540 _

Cell: 477-4399 or 565-0197

RIB #434 ,
1999 FORD EXPLORER, SUV
Blue with grey interior
$8,200.00 ONO
Excellent condition; AC, CD player
Tel: 324-7505 Cell: 457-2324



RIB #43
1997 Lincoin Town Car
: $5,500.00 O.N.O
Telephone 325-6847
AAsk for Mr. Moss.

ce
RIB #437

1993, and 1995
Toyota Coaster Bus,
For sale, blue/white. make an offer,
good business Epon.
ail in good condition,
Call: 427-5460 or 361-0934



RIB #438
‘99 Nissan Pathfinder SE.
Excellent condition, power
steering, windows & doors, standard shift,
A/C, CD/DVD
combo. $9,000.
Tel# 565-0011

RIB #440
1994 HONDA ACCORD EX
Lt gold with tan interior, 4 door
$4,000.00 ONO
Sunroof, power locks/windows,
CD player, V tech engine, 4 cylinder
Tel: 302-3943

RIB #444
1996 RANGE ROVER
Cold AC, power windows & doors, factory
sound system, 6 disc CD player, Just paint
(candy paint gloss) looks brand new, Must
see to apprecaite, Sold as is $10,000.00
Contact Russell 394-3555

TRIB #442
1991 CHEVY LUMINA,
Biue, Runs great,
Ideal for big family —
Sold as is
~@ $2,000.00
Contact Russell 394-3555



RIB #443
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with tan leather interior



1996 Volkswagon Jetta
"Wolfsberg edition"
48,000 miles, one female
owner lives in Sandyport
Standard Shift, regularly serviced, great shape,
a/c needs gasing up
$6,500. Call 427-3588

RIB #446
1998 MERCEDES ML 320, SUV
safe, reliable and strong
73,000 miles, well kept, American family
car $20,500.00
Call: CU @455-2956





RIB #447
1996 Ford L 8000
8.3L Cummins 270 7-speed
Cleanest truck around
Phone 333-4358
Cell 359-7710
Spanish Wells, Eleuthera










RIB #450
‘ 2002 IZUZU RODEO, LS
Navy blue with grey interior
$23,090.00 ONO
Fully loaded, One lady owner, 34K mileage
Tel: 364-6839 Cell: 357-3122

RIB #451
2003, Harley Davidson XR Sportster,
6,000 mis. Factory race bike, 1200 cc's.
$15,000. OBO
Call 394-6248



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RIB #454
2600 CHEVY S-10
White with gray interior, 17” rims,
low profile tire
CD, AC,
$9,700.90 ONO |
Tel: 393-9500 Cell: 454-0248

RIB #460
2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY
Black with tan interior, $14,500.00 OBO

V8, 18” wheels, cold AC. Have another jeep comming

have to sell this one,

I'll take a lost on this,

Good price $14,500.00 OBO
Tel: 394-6067/557-5200

RiB #461 |
1996 CHEVROLET CAVALIER, BLACK
$3,700.00 OBO
4 ses indekeasy on gas, AC, tape,
Bote - Tel. 324-6266
after 5pm



1899 TOYOTA WINDOM

Silver with grey interior
$13,000.c0 OBO
‘V6, 3000 engine,

automatic, low mileage,

power seais & windows,
AC, 6 CD changer, ABS,
airbags.
Also for sale

1996 HONDA ACCORD,

Tel: 328-2619

RIB #463
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Silver with black leather interior
$9,500.00 ONO

AC, 6 disc CD, tape, sunroof, 18” chrome rims.

car is clean in & out, runs like new
Tel: 324-0547 Cell: 565-3583 361-4058

1997 HONDA CIVIC
Silver with grey interior
$5.560.00
2000 CHEVY CAVALIER
5600 miles, $5,500.00
1996 JETTA $2,500.00

1996 FORD WIINSTON VAN

$ 3,000.00
1997 FORD F-150
$8,000:00
Tel: 324-3979



TRIB #469

1998 FORD EXPLORER, WHITE
$6000.00 Negotiable
V6, Good condition
Tel: 341-5580
Cell: 456-4630



Ri
1989 NISSAN MAXIMA

Champagne, clean, spoiler, DVD player, teasar

rear lights, alarm, kill switch,
CD player, fog lights,
only in of 20” rims
--.-~$6,000.00_. 2
Tel: 392-1047

TRIB #472
1992 LEXUS LS 400
Black & grey
$3,500.00
Runs like a dream, fully loaded,
We sell all kinds of paris
Tel: 558-3332

RIB #473
2000 FORD F-150 XLT

cold AC, with CD player, functional hood scoop,

Dual exhaust
$13,500.00 ONO Price can’t be beaten
Call Prime 356-3953/ 552-8277 or 457-2791

TRIB #474
2000 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Charcoal grey with grey/blue, interior, 2 door
hatchback, Economical on fuel, customized interior
dash, $5,500.00
carbon fiber lights, carbon fiber shift knob,

GSR Rims, soound system (pioneer deck,
pioneer trance Mids & His, 1- Audiopipe
12” subwoofer, go
Tel: 436-2406 or 364-4953

RiB #477
1994 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Maroon with grey interior, 4 deor .
$3,500.09 ONO
Goed condition, AC working, clean interior
Owner leavingtIsland 2
Tel: 525-6850



Brown, Fully loaeded, mint condition, low miles,

running boards, chrome accessories, runs great,

Arospeed spoiler, custom air intake, extra coid AC, AM

RIB #478
2004 EDDIE BUEAR,
FORD EXPEDITION
Black with tan interior, fully loaded
$40,000.00
Tel: 424-4493 or 364-2440



1994 MAZDA MIATA
White with tan leather interior
Convertiable

_ _ $4,200.00
Cell: 454-5765

1995 DODGE NEON
Green, 4 door, Equipped with AC, radio, manuel
windows and it is.in very good condition
$2,500.00 (neg)
Call anytime after 4 pm 324-4961
















1999 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with gold leather interio
$8,500.00 OBO
20” rims/sunroof, Excellent
car, runs great,

Must see to appreciate,
Owner leaving Island for
school.

2 DELL POWEREDGE
SERVERS
(blade)-call to enquiried

Tel: 394-4435,
Cell: 424-5364

RIB #485
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY WHITE,
In good condition power locks,
power windows, music system.
$3,500. 00 OBO

|-7 77 Tel:394-8801 after 6:00pm-~~



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RIB #486
_ 2001 FORD F-150 XLT, CAB
Blue with grey interior, 4 doors, CD player, AC,
alarm:system.
Owner leaving Island
Excellent codition, A must see
$15,500.00
Tel: 393-0547 Cell:
427-7668/535-5882

CELL PHONES
FOR SALE
Motorola Silvr
$ 240.00
Pink/Black
LG B-2150
$240.00

Motorola V6—
$250.00

MLE LEL LEIS

POLLEY

Nokia 3120
$180.00
Cell: 456-0935

RIB #488
1999 BMW 323!
Olive green
$14,500.00 -
Tel: 393-3637
cell: 426-0075





RIB #490
1993 TOYOTA LEXUS
Ocean green with grey interior
Twin turbo supro engine, 20:” chrome rims,
sunroof, AC, power window & power lock,
CD player, DVD screen
$5,000.00 Ee
Automatic, clean good condition
Tel: 361-1274 Cell: 525-0016










RIB #491 -. }
2000 NISSAN SUNNY
Silver with tan interior $8,000.00 ONO
Clean, low mileage, fully loaded, AC, 10 disc CD
changer, radio/CD player,
power windows & locks., Automatic
Tel: 395-4422 or 325-4234
Cell: 436-9870/426-5462

RIB #494
2001 FORD MUSTANG
Dark green, Excellent condition, fully
loaded, sound system, 20” rims
$9,000.00
Phone 302-4892
Cell: 454-6512



RIB #495
2002 FORD ESCAPE, BLUE
Fully loaded, mint condition, Excellent fuel
economy, 50,000 miles,
Great for corporate executives,
$13,699.00 ONO
Contact Julien or Marvin
Tel: 341-2734 Cell: 425-3826 or 341-2451

2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,

: GOLD

beige/tan interior, clean,
nice ride,

A must see, cold AC,
factory alarm and
CD player
$14,500.00 OBO
if there is no answer
please leave message on
Answering machine.
Serious inquires only
Tel: 544-8457

2
2005 NISSAN ULTIMA
Black with grey interior, Automatic,
Leather interior
28” rims (insured) clean sound system, DVD
player Shrove lights, anti-tec alarm, 3 monitors

$35,000.00
Tel: 326-6066 Cell: 454-3187



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RIB #504
1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
Silver with black interior
$5,500.00
One owner, imported ,
AC, power everything
Tel: 557-2033





IB #510

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
CD, car alarm, clean inside and out,
Excellent running condition factory
alloy 16” rims
Tel: 535-9999



RIB #512
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, SEDAN
grey with gre /black interior, Clean title, Just in from the|
US, Serious inquiries only, Car must go,
Owner leaving island
Tel: 324-7408 Cell: 477-0033 or 359-0947
Make An Offer

TRIB #513
1993 GMC 1500 SIERRA, SLE
Sky blue, grey interior, extended cab
$5,000.00 ONO
diesel, AC, power windows, body in great condition
Truck has some problems mechanic special will
negotiable. Must sell
Tel: 324-1449 Cell: 557-3908
or 363-2084

RIB #506
2001 HONDA ACCORD, SEDAN
Grey with grey interior
$9,000.00:ONO
Good Condition
Tel: 557-5072 Cell: 357-7850



Prizm green with tan
leather interior,
Sunroof, CD player,
_| pioneer sound system,

| power windows,

{keyless entry, tints, AC.
Tel: 356-0544
Cell: 535-9400

RIB #516
2000 HYUNDAI ACCENT FOR SALE,
Gold, 2 door with 10 disc cd changer, in
good condition with air condition. One
owner
$4,500.00 ONO
Call: 636-3521 or 323-3237 after 5pm.

RIB #517
1998 FORD F150
Black and Grey
$10,500.00
3 door, Larrcot ,Good condition
Tel: 361-4273 Cell: 436-9350
Price Neg

RIB #518
2000 OLDMIBILE
Dark grey with tan interior
20” rims, CD/tape. AC, power everything.
Trades are also welcome.
Make an offer
Tel: 354-2276
Cell: 565-7725 or 392-4934





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Expat Leaving Island, One owner
"1999 Ford Explorer XLS, Harvest gold exterior
with tan interior, $9, 500.00 ONO
Serviced regularly: AC, CD player,
Call steve @ 356-8757 until July 14th,

then iam @ 356-8536"

I )
1996 CHEVROLET, 234 MONTE CARLO
Sports luxury,
Regal Blue with cotton grey interior
$2,800.00
Air condition cold, One owner,

16 “ Alloy wheels, minor front & rear damage

Must Sell!!
Expat leaving Island,
Tel: 425-5344 Cell: 525-0923/327-4348

RIB #790
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue wih grey interior
$4,200.00 OBO
Good running condition
Tel: 324-0903(H)
Cell: 484-3658 or 426-1973

RIB 297
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White with beige interior, 4 door sedan, p/w,
p/s, p/| 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

TRIB #449
1996 Limited Edition Ford Explorer
$10,000.00 o.n.o.
V6, A/C, Rear A/C, Sunroof, Dual Airbags, ABS,

Tilt, Manufacturer Tint, AM/FM, Cassette, CD Changer,

Leather, Power Everything, Tow Package, Roof Rack,

Call 424.7524 or 327.4014 with serious enquiries
FOR SALE BY OWNER

2606

1999 TOYOTA RAV 4
White with grey leather interior
$15,000.00 ONO,

36,000 miles, LHD, power locks, windows, sunroof,
tinted windows, CD stereo, cold air, new brakes,
shocks, recently imported from US

Tel: 393-2025 Cell: 422-6597 ©

RIBV #459

2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA

TOURING MODEL WITH AWD,
LEATHER,
ALLOY WHEELS, POWER,
EXCELLENT
COND.,
ONLY 24K MILES.

$32,750 O.B.O. / CALL 422-2613

BBF #356 =
15' Boston Whaler Rage,
1998 hull w/trailer,
was set drive converted to outboard set up
w/bracket, needs pwr, $4,500 firm,
Call: 422-5475
Tribune Issue 32 043A 1 month Kemp

RIB # 497
Seacraft 23' NP08692
1985 SICF3215D585 1988 IMSAAVVUJ1005677
Johnson/Evinrude Ocean Runner 225HP
Model# E200TXEU .
Serial# 04226552
1997 Engine in good condition. engine tilt is bad.
Heavy Duty Bording Ladder
Center Console with cover
(242) 364-8453

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 ¢ OF. 825-4472

RIB #31 7
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

RIB #414
BOAT FOR SALE
24 CENTER CONSOLE BOSTON WHALER
Twin 175 HP Evinrude outboards (1994)
Satellite radio, depth finder, VHF radio,
outriggers
$30,000.00
Call: 393-7640 or 357-9372 Ask for Chris”

RIB #429
2002 BOMBARDIER 170HP,

2 Jet drive engines, Yellow/white, Sea Doo
comes with trailer, compass, radio, life vests,
seats 5 ski pylon for water sking,
plenty of storage
$14,000.00 OBO
Tel: 457-0734

hte

RIB #444
42’ CABIN CRUISER
Fibre glass hull, white and red.
' 45’°TRAILER
$9,000.00
Tel: 341-4007 after 7pm
or 426-6632

#448
20’ FOOT SPANISH WELLS MARINA SKIFF
White & blue, 115 four stroke, Mercury with trailer
Bimini top, VHF, GPS And trap puller

$27,000.0
Tek: brates Gell ee 6876/422- 6876.

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TRIB #464

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 #496 .
13 FOOT BOSTON WHALER
With trailer (1 year old) 40HP, 1997 Reduced
price.(neg) Muscovy ducks, pair ringneck
parrots, pair of bull horns polished,
pair of goat horns polished
(wk) 322-1040
(hm) 323-7598 or 325-5622

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RIB #498
BOAT FOR SALE

2004 PANGA 26FT

26 FT fiberglass 200 HP 2005 Yahama out

board LCX20 Lowerance color, chart
plotter/depth sounder
$26,500.00:
Tel: 364-0085 Cell: 525-2193 or 456-4255

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RIB #501
2001 12 FT CAROLINA Skiss, WHITE
25HP Mercury like new,
Great conch boat |
Only $2500.00
Tel: 341-5580
Cell: 424-6013

TRIB #698
“THE MOTHER SHIP”
90' Korean/Fishing Processing Vessel
. For Sale. ;
Bids to be submitted to
Bas 7777 or faxed to. 328-2733 ...

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Deets








“THE MOTHER SHIP”
90' Korean/Fishing Processing Vessel
For Sale
Bids to.be submitted to
325-7777 or faxed to 3282733




Aluminum Large (Double) Gate 13'10" x 6'2"
’ (each side) -----$2000.00
Aluminum Small Gate 7'4" x 6'2" ----- $600.00
Aluminum Railing 23'4" x 4' ----- $1100.00
In good condition, purchased in 2003
Tel: 322-7793 / 393-2504

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

BBF #364
All wholesale/ wholesale & retail shop,
we sell oriental food production, all products from
Asia, agents for Green Power Juice in Bahamas,
Chinese herb tea (kam wo char) for the flu, to
soothe dry throat, and as a mouth refresher,
Call: 326-6527 or 395-0683

MOTOROLA SLVR
L7 AND Li

BBF #285
31ft Bertram Fiber glass boat,
200 Hp, Yamaha engines,
going cheap or will trade,
Call: 361-7917

For Sale
Cellular
: Phones
| Starting @ $80,
4 Motorola Slvr
$250, Motorola
L7 $300, Razr
(Pink, Blue,
Black) $300,
Motorola Pebi
$350, and Many
More To
Choose From,

Call: 455-6856 |:



NEW ENTERAINMENT
Standard Bamboo Folding Chairs,
available for sale $40.00 ea
or rental at $7.00 each
Call: 356-9323

1 WEDDING
DRESS
perfect for a prom
or a wedding, -
beige, trim with
pink, designed to
it 9-10 or 140-160
in size. Value at

- $1000,00
going for best
Offer.
Only serious
nquiries need call



Tel:556-0612/
436-6213



BRAND NEW! UNLOCKED!

L6 PINK: $245.00
L6 BLACK: $245.00
'L6 SILVER: 220.00

L7 BLACK: 350.00
DELIVERIES AVAILABLE

PH:364-9001/544-4471 .



THURSDAY, JULY 6,* 2006, PAGE 34-

. Fridge & Stove Combo:
White Whirlpool 22 cu. ft. fridge
w/ice maker,

5 months old, being sold for
$1,600-1,900 |
ocally with Brand New White
Frigidaire
30" stove, non spill top w/plug in
clock and timer,
asking $1, 750.00 for combo o.n.o
359-2139

NEW 6 seater
dinette,
purchased from El
i Dorado-Miami,
landed (Nassau)
price $1,300.00
asking $900.00
359-2139

2 beige twin Captain kids
bed sets, purchased from El
Dorado-Miami, 5 months old,

includes book shelf head
board, 1 bed, 1 small drawer
with 3 drawers (3 pieces total)
asking $900.00
(set of 2) or
$500.00 for 1
359-2139

RIB #253
PM 010, COLEMAN 3125 W GENERATOR
10 hours of run time,
Price $1800.00 clearance sale
now reduced to $1299.00
we arrange finanicng
Tel: 364-0292

RIB #452
3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET
Black leather couch pulls out to a double bed
Asking 1500.00 ONO
ALSO 1 BAR $300.00
Entainment Stand $175.00
Tel: 341-6133, Cell: 455-5829

1899.9




17” LCD FLAT PANEL MONITOR, 3.0 GHz,
DVD-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-
CARRYING CASE. CALL KEN AT 324-
8880/364-4173/424-7888.








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NEW AND

USED GAMES)

FOR PSP,

PS2, XBOX X

BOX 360
FROM
$14,95-
$89.95

CALL FOR
LISTING
328-6160

RIB #293
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE

Dell Lattitude P3 Laptop Computer 850 MH2, 10 GIG

harddrive built in modem and DVD Player $700.00.
Men's tring white/yellow gold 25ct diamonds
replacement value $5,090.00 Price $650.00 OBO
Ask forty ‘
Tel: 324-2678 Cell: 425-7176/434-006:

RIB #329
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
preparation/cutting countertop tray $2,500
2 Love seats, ottaman w/cushions, coffee table
$300.00 ONO
Ph: 322-1050, 323-0802

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

RIB #356
NEW AND USED PARTS
For Maxima/Accord/Neor/Civic.
Special orders welcome
454-7111 / 544-5646

39.95 Sale
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

" PlayStation.2

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW
2006 $71.95
Sale
Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale
Join our game
club and receive
10% discount off
every game
purchase

Tel: 328-6160

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW
2006 $71.95
Sale
Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale
Join our game
club and receive
10% discount off
every game -

purchase

Tel: 328-6160

Two living room
furniture pieces
for sale

(seats only).

In excellent condition.
Blue set (fabric) for $600.00
Yellow set (leather) for $750.00
For viewing or further
information contact us at
327 1163-(9 to 5pm)





pense

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW

2006 $71.95 Sale

Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale

Join our game club

and receive
10% discount off
every game
purchase

Tel: 328-6160





#364

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW
2006 $71.95
j Sale
i Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
d 79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale .
Join our game
club and receive
10% discount off
every game
purchase

Tel: 328-6160

HITMAN BLOOD
MONEY 79.35 Sale
GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
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

GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
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

HITMAN BLOOD
MONEY
79.95 Sale
GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
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





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RIB #457 :
pekingese female pups for sale.
they are full breed all shots have been
given.they are 11weeks old and good to go.
call 393-1372 or 393-1981 or
455 2639 ask for gavan at any of the numbers.

RIB #1468
GATEWAY PROFILE
All in one computer 2.0GH2, P4 S12 Mb Ram
40GB harddrive, DVD/CDRW, 15” flat screen
windows XP, internet ready.
Computer built into screen
$599.00 Tel: 422-5499

POODLE PUPS FOR SALE
6 weeks old. Only serious persons inquire
$500.00
Ask for Laura
Tel: 341-6133
Cell: 455-5829

RIB #492
.25 carat
white and pink internally flawless diamond
engagement/wedding ring combo. 18K white and rose
gold band, 2 tone. Retail price, 1,300.00. Will sell for

800.00.
Please call CJ 327-6020 between 9-5pm

ICELAND
HEALTH Omega 3)
‘Scientific evidence

uggests 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



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TRIB #509
Pre-Owned
1997 Jialing 125cc
Good Condition
asking $1,200.00
Telephone: 393-0155

y

"Moving Sale: Expat Leaving
Island".

"Elegant and classic ’6 piece Cherry
Wood Finish Bedroom Set with High
Quality KING Size Mattress (including
box spring and custom made bed

skirt). In excellent condition! $2,500
ono" (see attached "Bedroom -
Chest.jpg", "Bedroom Bed & Side
Tables.j —
& "Bedroom Dresser..Tel 356-8757
until July 14 then 356-8536





TRIB #523
Expat Leaving Island, One owner
"8’ Delphin Inflatable Boat (includes
storage bag, pump and repair kit) & can
attach up to 2.5hp engine: $580 ono" .-
Call steve at 356-8757
until July 14th, then i am at 356-8536

#51
2004 AVALANCE TRUCK
Leather interior, sunroof, rims and fully loaded
Please only serious inquires
Tel: 441-7699 or 351-4989

RIB #636
Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00
Tel: 424-4140 or islandupgrades @ gmail.com
www.islandupgrades.com

Expat leaving Island, One
owner
"35” Sony Trinitron TV:
$500 ono
Call Stevre at 356-8757
until July 14th then i am at
356-8536



2003 FORD F-150
Black/Gold with beige interior
- $18,800.00

Fully loaded, Rims & tires customized, headlights and
tail light, Sun visor, chrome door handles, billet grills

step bar, CD player, V6, 6 cylinder

DVD player TV playstation
Tel: 454-7352/356-3953/457-2791

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

2006 HONDA 650L
Red/white/black,
$7,700.00 ONO

First owner ,bought brand new,
house kept. Very low mileage, Hardly
rides.

Serious inquiries only

Tel: 328-3050
or 356-2154

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/3.5 bath/ One of the beds
have its own private entrance.
Call 322-6221.

To preview, visit this website:

RIB #500
1991 JEEP WRANGLER

Safari Edition, 4.0 high output, 6 cylinder, new shocks,
brakes, radiator, front tires, recent recent tune up, new
CD player, new muffler, spare tire. new tires & rims,

up, Excellent condition must see to apprecaite Price

‘ includes auto covers
Excellent running condition.

$6,300,
Tel: 324-0283



RIB #232
PURE BRED COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES
For sale, Available colors: light brown or black

$650.00
SPREE Ne or ee after 7
ir Cartwright

HP LASERJET COLOUR PRINTER
Color, bow 622 DPI 8.25"x11.7”,
laser printer with extra 500 pace

feeder,
home office or business
$899.00
Tel: 422-5499







Townhouse/Condos
For Rent
Tropical Gardens #05-92 -



Brand new two storey enclosed | #06-1

property in western New
Providence. Located near
public and private schools,
shopping centres, police
station, restaurants and
minutes from the airport. Water

is included in rental price.
$1,500

Love Beach #06-21 - This
ground floor condominium

home is located in a pastel
coloured oceanfront complex.
Here you can enjoy an
afternoon swim or a stroll down
the beach. Tastefully furnished,
twenty-four hour manned
security, this quiet condo is
ideal for singles or a couple.

Hampshire Court #06-18 -
This gorgeous two bedroom
condo is the answer you've
been looking for. Located just
off the Cable Beach strip
restaurants, beaches and
supermarkets are just seconds
away. The front patio of this
well maintained condo is
beautiful and charming with rich
foliage while the back patio
affords privacy as it is
enclosed. This unit offers wall
to wall carpeting and its own
washer and dryer. $1,800

Seabeach Estates #05-139 -
Beautiful townhouse.
Absolutely .immaculate! Well
thought out interior design with
a nicely landscaped yard. Near
to beach, shopping centers and
just off main thoroughfare. This
is one of the more family
oriented western
neighbourhoods. $2,000

Carefree #04-14 - Ocean views
from both bedrooms and the
open plan living and dining
room. Private residents only
beach. Relax and watch the
sunset from the balcony off
your living room. Close to area

- amenities like restaurants,
grocery stores, post office and
much more. Comfortable
furnishings, just move in.
$2,500
Sulgrave Manor #06-36 -
Located in Western New
Providence, this beautiful
condo has its own private
beach, a pool, a_ security

reception desk, and on site
manager. Tastefully decorated
and fully ~— furnished __ this
executive rental can be viewed
today. $3,500
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www. morleyrealty.com

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ownhouses/Condos
For Sale
Blue Hill Road Apartments
1 - Great starter

apartment for singles or couple
in a well-maintained complex
off Blue Hill Road South. Each
apartment has__Living/Dining
Area, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms
with Closet, one Bathroom and
Bedroom . Hall with Linen
Closet. Great price, see today.

50

Eastview Condo, Prince
Charles Dr. - Lovely two

.bedroom, one bathroom condo

located in a gated complex.
This corner unit boasts an open
floor plan, living and dining
area, central A/C, tiled floors,
laundry facilities and an
immaculately landscaped yard.
$135,000

Faith Avenue Townhouse
#05-114 - Development is fully
enclosed and partially
landscaped. Each unit has its
own private yard space. Gas
station, food store and schools
just minutes away. Everything
is brand new with a tiled living
area and carpeted bedrooms.
$155,000

Pilot House #06-6- Spacious
ground floor home in a secure
gated environment. On premise

pool, gym and = manned
security. Ideal for first time
buyers. Located near to

Paradise Island and amenities
like grocery store, gas station,
bank, etc. See today. $199,000

Twynam Heights #05-2- Ideal

starter condominium in
desirable neighbourhood.
Grocery store and_ school

seconds away. Many amenities
including trayed Ceilings,
standby generator, pool, and
more. Gated entrance and
alarm system provides added
security. Starting at $257,000

Prospect Ridge #06-24 -
Location is what it's all about
and this spacious townhouse is
located within minutes of the
new BAHAMAR development.
Entertaining amenities include
a pool with a lovely gazebo,
atio deck and
landscaped gardens. Unit has
more than ample parking and
provides everything the busy
family or executive needs.
$339,000

MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www.morleyrealty.com

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LIGHTBOURN REALTY

APARTMENTS &
TOWNHOUSES

NEW! Paradise Island. 2 bed,
2 bath 1,100 sq.ft. furnished
condo. 30’-50’ dockage
available, furnished. $795,000.
MLS#5723

NEW EXCLUSIVE! Montagu
Villas. 2 bed, 1.5 bath
townhome. Renovated, new
kitchen, furnished, | washer,
covered parking. $195,000.
MLS#5632

NEW! West Bay Street. 2 bed,
2.5 bath newly built townhouse.
Stainless steel appliances,
kohler fixtures. Unobstructed
views. $440,000. MLS#5722
REDUCED! Fourplex. Kool
Acres. 2 — 2 bed, 1 bath units,
2nd floor 1 bed, 1 bath unit & 1
bed, 1 bath cottage. Enclosed,
excellent condition. $300,000.
MLS#5524

Pilot House Condo — 2 bed, 2

bath, pool, gym, conference
room, gated - $199,000.00
MLS#5689

PARADISE ISLAND. Ocean

Club Residences. 3 bed, 3.5
bath condos with top quality
finishes, harbour and ocean
views. Call for availability and
pricing. MLS#2156.

PARADISE ISLAND. Ocean
Place Condos. 2 & 3. bed
residences w/harbour views,
gourmet kitchen, fitness center,

pool, concierge __ services.
Starting at $865,000.
MLS#2095. :

Blair Estates — 4 bed, 3 bath
home, a/c, pool, security. Fully
furnished. Currently leased.
$450,000. MLS#5503

Soldier Road-North Fourplex
1-3 bed/2bath, 1-2 bed/1bath,
and 2-1 bed/tbath units. Full
occupancy, monthly income
$3600. $385,000. MLS#5458
Love Beach — Luxurious 3 bed

3.5 bath apartments on
beautiful beach. Starting at
$499,000 MLS#0342

South Ocean — Luxury 2 bed,
2 bath townhouse on the
beach pre-sale $650,000.
#5567

SANDYPORT -— Immaculate 3
bd, 4 bth furnished canal
condo; large attic study, open
living/dining area, overlooking
water, dock. $580,000. MLS
#5685

Old Towne Sandyport - 3
bed, 3 ? bath condo, modern
interior, ocean/canal views and
boat slip. $495,000. MLS #
728

Cable Beach — Comfortable 2
bed, 1 bath townhouse with
arden. ot income
1,800. $206,000. MLS # 5733
Cable Beach Waterfront
Condos. Two and Three
bedroom units available. 1,910
+ sq ft. Starting at $386,000.

MLS #5683

Dick’s’ Point. 2-3 bed
townhouses with docks,
furnished. Starting at

$455,000. MLS#5718.
Tel: 393-8630 + Fax: 393-







LIGHTBOURN REALTY

Boatswain Hill — 2 bed, 2 bath
townhouse near Coral Harbour.
$195,000 #5517

Coral Harbour - 2_bed, 2.5
bath townhouse minutes from
beach $285,000 #5727
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
EAST BAY STREET. 6,350
sq.ft. two storey renovated
building with 9 offices, 5
workstations; 5 bathrooms,
conference room, kitchen &
more. _60KW generator.
$1.4million. MLS#5671
MEETING STREET, 2,500 sq.
ft. convert. split level building
with 7 rooms 3 bath $291,000.

#5591

VACANT LAND
St. Andrews Drive — Approx.
8,000 sq.ft. single family lot
$130,000 MLS#5513 -






VENICE BAY. Multi family
corner lot. - $135,000
MLS#5550. Other lots with

owner financing
$710/month.
CORAL HARBOUP- 7,992 sq.
ft. $80,000, Fiveplex $125,000
South Ocean Estates —
Starting at $94,500 MLS#5471
Port New Providence — Gated
canal 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 $130,000
MLS#5453
Cowpen Rd. Commercial.
3.45 Acres. $730,000. Can-split
into two 1.72 Acre parcels.
$365,000 each. MLS#5629
Clearview Subdivision —
Opposite Old Fort. single family
163’x 100’ in an exceptional
quiet and private
neighbourhood. Asking
$130,000 MLS#5329
Indigo — new gated community,
7,582 Sq ft Single Family, close
to beach. Asking $182,000
MLS# 5695 4

OUT ISLAND VACANT
EXUMA - Bahama Sound #3
6,539 sq. ft. $20,000. # 5693
LITTLE EXUMA. 0.5-1 acre
lots with exquisite ocean and
bay views. Elevations up to 60’.
From $34,245. MLS#5568.
Russell Island — acre elevated
waterfront lot, gorgeous views

from

$240,000 MLS#5478

LITTLE EXUMA - lot next to
Tropic of Cancer beach
$40,000.00 #5720

Rock Sound. One acre parcel
on QH $35,000 w/financing.
50 acres $300,000.00
w/financing.

Rock Sound, Knowles Hill — 3
adjacent lots 90’ x 170’ -
$25,000 each MLS#5697
Whale Point - lot 9,030 sq ft
$65,000 MLS#5727

Andros Beach Colony
Acreage — 8.5 acre parcel with
road frontage $85,000
MLS#5596

Staniard Creek, Andros - 2
acres beach front $650,000

#5657
Tel: 393-8630 + Fax: 393-8638













GRAHAM |

www.grahamrealestate.com
HOMES

#557 Lyford Cay, spectacular
home spreading across a
double golf course lot. 5 bed, 5
bath, including a 1_ bed
detached cottage. Tranquil &
green. Lap pool & Jacuzzi, &
private courtyard entrance, this
jorgeous house must be seen
3,600,00

#1918 Lyford Cay, 4 bed, 3
bath home, w/ 1 bed, 1 bath
guest/rental cottage attached.
Charming & elegant ‘La Verina’
overlooks the 7th green hole on
the golf course. Private & quiet,
within walking distance to golf,
beach, tennis & clubhouse.
$2,600,000 3

#19 Camperdown, 4 bed, 3 1/2
bath. Lovely, spacious family
r

home. Large fruited garden
w/pool Quite, safe family
orientated area. Walk-in
condition. REDUCED!
$850.000 3

#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

#1895 Chertsey, well situated
on Cable Beach, 2 bed, 2 bath
condo in great complex
w/communal pool overlooking
the ocean. Open plan living &
dining w/ separate kitchen &
covered terrace. Sold
furnished. $289,000
#1056 West Grove Phase 2, 2
bed,-2 bath townhouses. Well
constructed, in sought after
area. 2 storey w/ spacious
interior. Communal __ pool,
sundeck w/ Jacuzzi. $318,000

#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. $236,000
Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.gra hamrealestate.com













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VACANT LAND

#1864 Port New Providence.
gated, waterfront community.
This is the fifth largest lot ai
over $20,000.sq. ft. Permissior

iven to build dockage

79,000
#1914 South Beach, multi-
family vacant lot w/utilities ir
place, 8,815 sq. ft. $90,000
#509 East Shirley St. Locatec
next to Harbour Bay Shopping
Centre, accessible from botr
East Bay Street & East Shirley
Streets $18 per square foot.
4.132 acres or 179,990 sq fi
Commercial zoning $3,240,000
#437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. or
the beach & about 250 ft., .85€
of an acre. $3,650,000

Rentals

#1954 Sandyport, gorgeous 2
bed, 3 1/2 bath townhouse.
Newly decorated w/ stainless
appliances, Jacuzzi tub.
Wraparound _ verandah &
fenced in landscaped garden.
40ft dockage $5,000p/m

#1930 Towers, Cable Beach,
walking distance to al
amenities. Recently renovatec
2 bed, 1 bath w/ unobstructec
ocean view. Gated w/ lovely
sandy beach, pool. Furnishec
$2,800p/m

#135 Eastern Rd. idyllic, islanc
style 2 bed 2 bath cottage. Witr
beach access & breathtakinc
sea views from the master bed.
wraparound covered verandat
& sun deck. A real rare find.
$3000p/m

#499 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 2
bath, harbourside condo. Worlc
class facilities, oversized zerc

entry pool, fitness cenire.
stunning ocean views.
7,000p/m

#1877 Sandyport, 3 bed, 3 1/2
bath, canalfront cottage w/owr
dockage & beach, open plar.
living/dining/kitchen 6,000p/m
#1921 Sandyport, 3 bed, 2
bath, Brand new, 2 storey
townhouse, enormous rooms,
lots of natural light 5,000p/m
#267 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 2
bath spacious. Screened ’ ir
porch: Communal pool wi,
ocean view & sea access
2,000p/m

#580 Eastern Rd,.3 bed, 2
bath cottage, located on ¢
gated beachfront estate. Use ol
dock &: beach, w/ lovely ocear
views. $3,500p/m !

#1933 Palmdale, 3 bed, 2 bath.

Spacious and well kepi
furnished home’ for — rent.
‘Enclosed yard & carport,

security screens. Huge maste!
bed & new washer/dryer.
Centrally located $1,900p/m.
#1040, Carefree, Cable
Beach, 2 bed, 2-bath, stylist
oceanfront condo w/ sea view.
Gorgeous pool & beact
$2,200p/m
Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or



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WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD.

Call Astrid Fraser or Sara
Parker, BRI, Today!
World Developers Limited
Tel: 242-327-7721
or 242-324-1457
morningglory @coralwave.com

Premium Properties
FOR SALE

EXCLUSIVE!
WintonHeights—5BR/4 b,
pool, enclosed garden, great
security, Reduced to $545,000.

Angel’s View—Eastern Rd.,
3BR, pool, sea views, large lot,
hill side, Reduced to $750,000.

Winton Meadows—3BR, big
yard, partly enclosed, rental
efficiency, nice neighbourhood,
$189,000.

NEW LISTINGS! Sea. views
and boat ramp—3BR, 2 baths
in immaculate home, fully
enclosed grounds. $399,000.

Sans Souci Sea Views—3 BR
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BR
renovated cottage, $475,000.

Renovated Historic Estate—
Eastern Rd., 5 acres with new
dock, beach, rental income,
too. Call for details. —

OldFort Bay—1.5 Acre Beach
Lot win canal at-back! Call
now!

EwingManor—Spacious,

luxury town houses with
incredible views, from
$660,000. :

High Vista—4BR/3b, pool,
enclosed garden, sprinkler
system, $350,000.

Ocean Place, P.ls.1/2—
Preconstruction prices . on

harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos
with oversized balconies, resort
quality services.

Powder beach front home—
designer interiors,
immaculate!4 BR, Media room,
plus one or two BR cottage, top
condition, security. $3.6 million.

COMMERCIAL
Eastern Rd. —Big property
with sea views, two houses
and garage, $550,000.

HISTORIC, Popular
RESTAURANTs—central
location $2.4 million or east,
$1.6 million, call for details.

‘Claridge Rd.— 3 commercial
properties . from under
$200,000 to $999,000.

Airport industrial Park— lots
from $105,000.



WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD.

Call Astrid Fraser or Sara
Parker, BRI, Today!
World Developers Limited
Tel: 242-327-7721
Or 242-324-1457
morningglory@coralwave.com

RESIDENTIAL
Condos & Apartments
Silver Cay—3BR, 2 baths,
beach views, tennis courts,
convenient to downtown,

$2,200. or $240,000.

SPECTACULAR SULGRAVE
MANOR, —. 3 BR, 3 baths ,
Separate balconies to ocean
and golf course. Modern
kitchen.Study. Marble wet bar.
Laundry room, access to spa,
beach, heated pool, 24-hour
security. 2,480
sq. ft. $6,000. rent or
690,0000r,2 BR, 2: baths,
furnished $2,000. rent
or $450,000.

Whispering - Pines—2BR/1.5
bath, nicely furnished,
$168,000.

WEST _
Caves Point — luxury. condo,
3BRA3.5 bath, $725,000.

Dannotage Estates— 3BR/2b,
enclosed garden, _ cathedral
ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent
of $400,000. sale.

Homes

WEST
Powder beach front— 3BR
home and 2BR_ cottage .on
West Bay St., $995,000.

Lyford Cay Villa—with dock
rights, pool, $2.6 million.

Lyford Cay Golf
Home,—4BR, pool and
jacuzzi, fireplace, newly
renovated, 3. phone lines, 3
water sources, full house
generator, $3.9 million.

rown of Lyford Cay— new
homein._ 2 acre estate,
landscaped and secure. Pool,
fountain and waterfall. 180
degree vista of sea and Lyford

Course

from breezy veranda. $5.5 -

million. .

TropicalGardens,
$240,000..
Turnkey —Beach front house,

3BR/3b,

. West Bay St., $1.5-Million

PARADISE ISLAND.

The Residences at Atlantis—
own a piece of a condominium
hotel.

OCEAN CLUB Estates
2BRTurm key Guest Cottage,
dock, beach, and 8,000 SQ.
FT. house under construction
on large lot, eastern tip, $6-
Million.

nee
ERA

ee
HOMES/APARTMENTS/
CONDOMINIUMS
3741 Skyline Drive:
Spectacular 7 bed estate home
on a3 acre lot, enjoy
lake views, elevator, marble
tile, | abundant cedar-lined
storage cupboards,
mahogany paneling
swimming pool. $4,500,000.
3733 Palatial Estates: Luxury
4 bed home detailing.a 15KW
generator, heated
swimming pool, home theatre,
spa, as well as appliances by
Miele, Kitchenaid
and Maytag. $2,400,000.
3640 Orchard Villas: This
fantastic 5 bed home and guest
cottage takes full
advantage of © tranquil
serene settings.
commanding views and
entertain with
$1,750,000.
3724 East Bay St: Commercial
building in prime location, enjoy
harbour,
ample parking, several zoned
central air and split system
units, 6|0KW
generator w/ auto. switch,
alarm system, wooden. floors,
recessed lighting
and more. 31 ,400,000.
3721 Sandyport: Canaifront 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.
3628 West Bay: Delightful
island-style 3 bed home, newly
constructed and
tastefully finished. $799,000.
372 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.
uest cottage. $695,000.
490,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com

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Real Estate

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS
HUNT'S CAVE off Fire Trail
Road: Multi-purpose half acre

site with small
warehouse/storage building.
Fully enclosed. $180,000.

SUMMERSET SUBD: #1447
6,500 sft to 7,113 s/ft from

$68,000 to $80,500. Only a
few left!.

-HARDINGSVILLE: 129' SX
128' zoned for 6 _ units.
$249,000. On hilltop 100' x
131' zoned for 4 unis.
$230,000

EMERALD COAST: Proposed
gated community in tranquil
surroundings. tarting 70° x

CORAL HARBOUR: 67' X
130' opp. sea. Cleared for
building. $90,000.
JACARANDA SUBD: Opp. Old
Fort Bay in cated community
140' x 160' apt. sites, zoned
for 6 units. $275,000.
TUSCULUM #100 51,877. sft
overlooking the sea. Ideal
location for upscale
condominiums. $850,000.
RIVIERA SUBD: #2253 Five-
plex lots 11,426 s/t_ $135,000;
12,366 sift $140,000.

-103' $96,000

SANDYPORT #2240 On Royal
Palm Cay 12,256 sft
$575,000; 21,486 sift
$950,000;

On Poinciana Cay 5,972 s/ft
$295,000; 6,521 s/ft $340,000;
8,324 sft

$475,000

SOUTH SEAS: 80' x 100'
duplex lots $95,000 each.

SINGLE FAMILY LOTS:
JACARANDA: In gated
community opp. Old Fort Bay.
Two lots 110' x 180' each
$195,000. 90' x 120' $120,000.
11,221 sfft lot already cleared
for builidng$115,000.
EMERALD COAST: In
proposed gated community 90'

; x 103' Starting at $92,000.

CORAL aoa 80' X 110'
on Canal $250,000

‘PORT NEW. PROVIDENCE

#1371 17,576 s/f
waterfront and
community. $576,000
JOHN CLARIDGE SUBD:
From 8,000 s/ft and up starting

in gated
canal

at $82, 000.
CHARLOTTEVILLE: Gated
communi 15,371 s/t

$159,900. 7,294 sift $Â¥2,900.
OLD FOR BAY: Premiere
homesites in this prestigious
gated community. Canal front
lots in "Charleston" from 10,806
sft to 12,573 s/ft. $625,000
each. Larger lots are available.
TWIN LAKES: 90' X 104"
FROM $120,000. A few left!
SOUTH SEAS: 75' X 100' and
a ler starting from $80,000.
1GO SUBD: 90' X 115’

Semicon $295,000. 60'x
120' Partial oceanview
$220,000.

CALL: C. A. CHRISTIE
326 4800 325 3957

Cc, Nw Cc hristie
Real Estate

MARSHALL ROAD: #2152
Spacious 2,100 s/ft 3 bedrooms
2 bths house within walking
distance to beach. Central air,
utility room, carport, water
system. $195,000.
OAKES FIELD: 3 bedrooms 1
bath house with ATTACHED 1
bedrooms apt. Security bars.

Covered carport. $160,000.

SOUTH BEACH: #1951
Custom built spacious 3
bedroms 3 baths house with
ATTACHED 1 bedroom 1 bath
TOWNHOUSE.. In excellent
condition. Features include
cedar lined closets, security
system, c/air, generator, own
water system, family room, fully

ere yard, carport.
$325,0!
PARADISE ISLAND: — 3

bedrooms 3 baths Penthouse
$925,000. 3 bedrooms 2 baths
condo. $695,000 furnished.
Both with views of Harbour and
elevator & stairway access,
pool.

SEA BEACH/WEST BAY:
#1636 A_ different kind of
Townhouse. 5 bedrooms 4-I/2
baths ‘on 3 levels with secured

* private parking in gated
community. Unobstructed
ocean views. Generator,
rolldown shutters, large pool

and gazebo. $563,000.

LOVE BEACH: #1311 10,000
s/ft beautifully designed
Executive residence with 7
bedrooms 7 baths on 1.65
acres. Brazilian cherry floors,
library, large pool, maid's
quarters. $2 million.

SEA BREEZE: #2269 5
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths house in
good condition. Large living
toom, kitchen with breakfast
nook, garage, lawecrred yard
with fruit trees. $349,000.
KOOL ACRES #2108 Neat 3
bedrooms 2 baths house on 55°
x 125' lot with room te expand.
$178,000.

BEL AIR: 4 bedrooms 2-1./2
baths house. Study, family &
utility rooms, enclosed

yard. Needs TLC. $199,000.
EASTERN ROAD: #2289
Interesting tri-level house with 3
full Bedroom Suites. Powder
rooms, marble and porcelain
tiled floors, beau salon,
Versace-inspired pool. Located
on hilltop with sea views...and
more.... Must sell. Main house
& lot plus. extra lot.. All for

$925,000.
SUNRISE BEACH: Two
completed townhouses, 2
bedrooms 2-1/2 baths. Property
zoned for 8 units. In beachfront
community. $500,000.
SHIRLEY HEIGHTS #2298
Recently renovated two-storey
APARTMENT BUILIDNG with
four spacious ; bedroom 1 bath
unis. $230,000

CALL: C. A. CHRISTIE

REAL ESTATE
326 4800 325.3957

od
SANDYPORT- ONE OF THE
LAST REMAINING LOTS ON
KING FISHER ISLAND
FOR SALE.
56FT WATER FRONTAGE ON
WIDE CANAL. 7006SQ. FT.
CALL 327-3380 OR 426-0116
FOR PRICE.

LOTS
Faith Avenue 50X150, $140,00
Marshall Road, $68,000
Coral Harbour, 100x140,
$90,000
Property Out East for $90,000
Tel:324-7649, 326-5992. ~

LOT FOR SALE
TREASURE COVE, 60°X115'
ASKING $129,000 NET
CALL 557-2592.
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY.



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

NEW CONDOS: CORAL
HARBOUR, Main Road, 3-bed,
2 1/2-bath. Pool, AC, major
appliances. Financing
arranged. Call:323-5208.

LOT FOR SALE

ROMER STREET, FOX HILL
75'X100', $45,000.00 NET
CALL 326-8916.

FOR SALE CONDO UNIT
LAST UNIT LEFT
EASTERN DISTRICT $110,000
SERIOUS INQUIRIES

326-4601
LOT FOR SALE

TREASURE COVE, 60’X115'
ASKING $129,000 NET
CALL 557-2592.
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
2 Acres. Waterfront
Property. Doctor’s Creek,
Long sland, $350,000.
535-8512.

CABLE BEACH, RUBY AVE,
CONDO/TOWN HOUSE.
2 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATH,
SWIMMING POOL,
$190,000. TEL:525-7857.

DUPLEX PROPERTY
FOR SALE BLUE HILL ROAD
SOUTH. $55,000.
324-2208, OR 341-0986.

SANDYPORT- ONE OF
THE LAST REMAINING
LOTS ON KING
FISHER ISLAND

FOR SALE
56FT WATER
FRONTAGE ON WIDE
CANAL. 7006SQ. FT.

CALL 327-3380 OR
426-0116 FOR PRICE.



PAGE 36, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006

Executive
Realty

NASSAU LOTS
0304 CORAL HARBOUR:
Duplex lot across from beach.
50x130 $85,000.

0341 CORAL HARSOUR:
Hopkins Drive, single family
lots, 90x140. $90,000.

0342 AQUALEENA: New
waterfront gated community in
Coral Harbour. Canal lots and

inland lots available. prices
start at $221,000.
0343 SOUTHSEAS: New

gated community near Venice
Bay. Single + Multifamily jots
available starting at $80,000

0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New
gated subdivision, large (ots,
100x120, $94,500.

0344 WESTPLACE: Large
single family lots, 15,000 sq. ft
$165,000.

OUT ISLAND LOTS
0330 CROOKED ISLAND: 2
acres beachfront, 200ft of
beautiful sandy beach,
$300,000.

0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near
Moss Town, elevated, ocean
views. $2.5 million.

0348 EXUMA: 5 acres South
of Moss Town, elevated, near
western flats, $85,000 per acre.

0349 LONG ISLAND: 4 acres
beachfront, South of Stella
Marris, 200ft of Sandy beach,
Old house included. $495,000.

HOMES/CONDOS
0340 NEW EXCLUSIVE!
CORAL HARBOUR:

3bed/3bath split level Executive
home. Features central a/c,
alarm system, sunken living
room, cathedral ceilings,
swimming pool, pool house. Lot
size 90x130. $380,000.

0350 THE PORCHES AT
CORAL HARBOUR: New
beachfront 2bed/2bath condos,
pre-constuction price starting at
$349,000.

0286 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front 4bed/3bath split
level house. Features pool,
garage, dock. $465,000.

0291 CORAL HARBOUR:
Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2
canal lots. Features,
2bed/1bath guest cottage, pool,
dock, workshop, $650,000.
ontact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288
www.landbahamas.com

eae
Realty

0312 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front commercial
building, also has 2 1bed/1bath
cottages, lot size 70x140,
$425,000. r

0322 BOATSWAIN: . New
2bed/2bath townhouse in new
gated community, $190,000.

0345 BACARD!I ROAD:
Triplex featuring, 4bed/2bath
unit and two 1bed/ibath units,
$324,000.

0346 BOATSWAIN: Large
7bed/6.5bath home with
attached efficiency apartment.
Lot 80x150 $600,000.

0347 CLEARVIEW: Large
5bed/3.5bath home. Features
Marble floors, large _ living,
dining, kitchen area, walk-in
closets and jacuzzi. Stunning
Views of Old Fort Bay’s Crystal
clear waters and captivating
sunsets. $675,000.

Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288
www.landbahamas.com

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

$155,000
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 BREAM
A REALITY.

REALTY
EST. 1978
ag nce

BARAMIAN PROFT
LOTS

LOVE BEACH- Duplex Lots
starting at $80,000.00 within
gated community

BAY STREET. -
OCEANVIEW
Furnished Oceanview home on
two elevated lots (80’ above
Sea level). $950,000.00

SOUTH OCEAN LOTS- Resi-
dential jots starting at

$89,000.00 and Multi-Family,

lots starting at $150,000.00

WEST BAY STREET- Very
Large 25.114 Sq Ft. Elevated
Lot. $196.000.00

OCEANVIEW LOT - WEST-
RIDGE- 120 X 475 lot has
panoramic sea views
$389,000.00

PORT NEW PROVIDENCE-
Canal front lot. An exceptional
private location. A good buy!
$559,000.00

THE GROVE - WEST BAY
STREET

Spacious 3 Bed 2 Bath Home
on very large enclosed lot,

fully furnished with many new
improvements. Approximately
18,000 Sq. Ft.$549,000.00

pecan CLUB ESTATES- Golf
Course fronting lot
$1,350,000.00

LYFORD CAY- Canal Frontage
Lot. $1,395,000.00 :

SAUNDERS BEACH -
COMMERCIAL- 6.5 Acres
Direct Access to Saunders
Beach $2,450,000.00

HOMES
DICK’S POINT -
EASTERN ROAD- 3 Bed 2
Bath on large enclosed lot
$449,000.00

THE GROVE - WEST BAY;

STREET- 3 Bed 2 Bath on
large enclosed __ lot. _ with
swimming pool. $389,000.00

WEST BAY STREET -
OCEANVIEW- 3 Bed 3 Bath
Pool in Quiet Secure Com-
munity with direct access to
beach $699,000.00.

WEST BAY STREET -
OCEAN FRONT- Gorgeous 3

TEL 323-0546, 326-5468 Bed 3 1/2 Bath Ocean Front
Eve 323-2666. Home. Home located in a gat-
ed corm. with ewig
~——Eor SALE BY OWNER | Pool _— an covere patio.
ELEUTHERA JACK ISAACS
3-BED, 1-BATH HOUSE REAL ESTATE
Get a slice of the home CALL TODAY: ~
of the price first 322-1069 EVENINGS:
Lovely view, $90,000 obo. 362-6932 or 424-6685

Serious inquiries only
364-5859- eve; 393-3670-day

bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

OFF

\\| Gack ISAACS \
REALTY: ZY
I EST. 1978

eet
lus IVE BAHAMIAN <®

OCEAN FRONT - EASTERN
ROAD-Lovely 4° Bed 4 Bath
Elevated Waterfront Home with
Montague Bay on one side
canal with Boathouse on the
other. Located in the exclusive
gated community of ‘Little
Hermitage’. Home comes
unfurnished with staff quarters
and 3 car
$2,990,000.00

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

WEST BAY STREET -
BEACHFRON-Tranquil

Beachfront home consisting of
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bath with
oceanfront patio and pool

deck.
$1,800,000.00

OCEANVIEW LOT - GROVE /

WEST BAY ST. 70’ X 200’

elevated lot with ocean views.
$349,000.00

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:
362-6932 or 424-6685
bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

OWN YOUR
OWN PROPERTY
THE EASY WAY!!

$3,500 Down Payment.
Once approved you will be in
your own home in just 4-6
months. We cover your legal
fees, appraisal, building plans
and provide services prior to
you paying such.
Ask for Mrs Wilson, tel
(242)323-0548, 323-0020.

NEW CONDOS:
HARBOUR, Main Road, 3-bed,
2 1/2-bath. Pool, AC, major
appliances. . Financing
arranged. Cail:323-5208.

garage. |

CORAL CALL

32-



Knowles Realty

www. knowlesrealty.com

STELLA MARIS,

LONG ISLAND:
MULTI-FAMILY OR
HOME LOTS

(1) 15.000'sq.ft. Sea view.
Hilly. $29,890

(2) 28,000 sq.ft. Sea view.
Approx. 80 ft. above sea
level: $40,000

(3) 3-acre lot. Short walk to
hotel. Near Stella Maris
airport. $195,000

(4) 17,471 sq.ft. South &
west views. Approx.

90 ft. above sea level.

1 minute walk to hotel!
$75,006

CABLE BEACH

Approx. 200 yds

from Radisson Hotel.
Large beautifully furnished

house in private road to beach.

2-bed, 2-bath. 2,200 sq.ft.
+patio 300 sq-ft.

+carport 900 sq.ft.

Room for expansion!
$1.4 million

Telephone
Knowles Realty
327-5237



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PROPERTY?

ARE YOU STILL PAYING ON
PROPERTY

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AND RENT?

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WE CAN SHOW YOU HOW
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LOT FOR SALE



PROPERTY FOR ‘AS LITTLE
AS_ $2,500.00 DOWN. AND
UNTIL JUNE 30TH = ALL
PERSONS WITH OWN LOTS
CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
FREE LEGAL FEES.

CALL
394-8890, 394-8889, 394-7799
CABLE BEACH, RUBY
AVE,

CONDO/TOWN HOUSE.
2 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2
BATH, SWIMMING POOL,
$190,000.
TEL:525-7857.

ROMER STREET, FOX HILL
75'X100’, $45,000.00 NET

CALL 326-8916.
NeW

Lots, Houses, Apartments.
., To Buy or Sell

oA een mete oh

Pat Strachan Realty
Tel: 323-1983
P.O. Box N-10251

THE TRIBUNE

1986

FOR SALE BY OWNER
2 LOTS FOR SALE
PINE BARRON ROAD, OFF
PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE,
$65,000 NET

OFF FIRE TRAIL ROAD, LOT
50X135, $65,000

PHONE 364-1460, OR
323-8280.

FOR SALE

2 BED, 1 BATH HOUSE
IN MOUNT PLEASANT
VILLAGE IN EXCLENT CON.
WALLED AND FENCED IN
WITH COVERED PATIO.
TWO SHEDS AND ELECTRIC



PUMP.
CALL 324-8904 OR 327-3603.

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

LOTS
Faith Avenue 50X150, $140,00
Marshall Road, $68,006
Coral Harbour, 100x140,
$90,000
Kensington Subdivision
Starting @ $65,000
Tel:324-7649, 326-5992.

COME INTO YOUR SEASON
IN 2006

Tired of paying rent and you

want to own your home But you

are afraid of all the stuff you

heard about the construction

industry.

Then give us call we will give
you the truth and nothing but
the truth.. Our packages our
affordable and attainable.

For only /5% Down.
2-bed, 1-bath, $110,000.00.
3-bed, 2-bath, $123,000.00.

DUPLEX
2-bed, 1-bath $157,000.00.

TRIPLEX
1-bed, 1-bath $187,000.00
YOUR DREAM IS ONLY A
PHONE CALL AWAY.
TEL 394-8568/436-8159.

FOR SALE

2 BED, 1 BATH HOUSE
IN MOUNT PLEASANT
VILLAGE IN EXCLENT CON.
WALLED AND FENCED IN
WITH COVERED PATIO.
TWO SHEDS Sa ELECTRIC
M

PU
CALL 324-8904 OR 327-3603.

ROSE ISLAND
2 Lots, 100’ x 200”
Approx.
Access to the Lots
available By sea both.
from the
North and South Pare [Ts
CoN EU Mek Pot")

: each.
Tel: 422-0367, 323-6776 |
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THE TRIBUNE





LOTS AND LOTS OF LOTS
‘TUSCULUM ESTATES OFF
WEST BAY, TRIPLEX LOT
56'X115.57', $125,000

YUMA ‘ESTATES @
TUSCULUM,.-.GATED>__ -
SINGLE FAMILY, DUPLEX,
TRIPLEX AND QUADRAPLEX

LOTS FROM $90,000 -
$150,354.
TROPICAL GARDENS,

TRIPLEX SITE 6,983SQ FT,
1

HIGH POINT ESTATES OFF
JFK DRIVE, DUPLEX LOTS ,
$94,000

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

SOUTH SEAS DUPLEX LOTS,
$95,000

WEST WINDS FOURPLEX
SITE, $150,000

SOUTH SEAS, 80’X100"
SINGLE FAMILY, $80,000

BLUEWATER
WATERFRONT
BULKHEADED, 11,586
SQ FT, $268,000 :

CAY

COMMERCIAL SITE 4.829
ACES. GLADSTONE ROAD,
$1,500,000

OFF CARMICHEAL ROAD
9,297 SQ FT, $103,000

STEP STREET, FOX HILL,
24,917sq ft, $165,000

BLACKBEARDS TOWER
SITE 37,231sqft, $440,000

OFF SAINT ALBANS DRIVE
71'X80’, $95,000
CURTIS THOMPSON
REAL ESTATE
PHONE: 326-1514, 356-6484,
EVENINGS: 323-8408
E-mail: curtis@coralwave.com

FOR SALE BY OWNER

2 Acres. Waterfront Property.

Doctor’s Creek, Long Island,
$350,000. 535-8512.

TELEPHONE 326-7092

MALCOLM ROAD,
Duplex Lots, $65, 060

KENNEDY, :
Duplex Lots, $65, 000

GAMBLE HEIGHTS
Home/Apt site $62,000

BLUE HILL SOUTH,
Triplex Lots, $75,000

WINTON MEADOWS,
Residential Lots, $97,000

CORAL HARBOUR,
Residential Lots, $90,000

TROPICAL GARDEN
Residential & Multi-Fam
$90,000 &UP

SEA BEACH EST,
Towhouse Lot, $150,000.



OO neatty trp.

For Rent:
Sandyport, 10 units ranging
from $2,700 to’ $7,000/month,

Delaporte. 2 b/2b apt.
$2,400/month®
Old Fort. 3b/3b — home

$10,000/month, Lyford Cay 3 b/
3 b hame $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

ONE BED APARTMENT, fully
furnished, A/C, and _ water
‘included. Marshall Road, $590
per month. Tel 341-5831.

nae
ERA

DUPUCH REAL ESTATE
sory eradupuch.com

3741 Skyline Drive:
Spectacular 7 bed estate home
on a3 acre lot, enjoy

lake views, . elevator, marble
tile, . abundant — cedar-lined
storage cupboards,
mahogany paneling
swimming pool. $4,500,000.

4 bed home detailing a 13KW

generator, heated

swimming pool, home theatre,
spa, as well as appliances by
Miele, Kitchenaid

and Maytag. $2,400,000.

and

3640 Orchard Villas: _This
fantastic. 5 bed home and guest
cottage takes full
advantage of tranquil
serene settings.
commanding views and
entertain with

$1, wee 000.

3724 East Bay St: Commercial
aiding in prime location, enjoy
harbour,

ample parking, several zoned
central air and split system
units, GOKW

generator w/ auto. switch,
alarm system, wooden floors,
recessed lighting

and more. $1,400,000.

3721 Sandyport: Canalfront 3

and
Enjoy

ease.

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.

3628 West Bay: Delightful
island-style 3 bed home, newly
constructed and
tastefully finished. $799,000.
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.

Tel: (242) 394-1494 or (242)
393-1811
inf h.
www.erabahamas.com

west Property

MANAGEMENT & RENTALS

FOR RENT
WESTRIDGE EST: Furnished
2-bed, 1.5-bath Cottage,
central-ar, ceiling fans, patio
wth view of Lake: B$1,400 per
month. Water included.

CABLE BEACH: Furnished
one-bedroom cottage, A/C,
fans & private court yard. $850
per month. Water inclued.

SEA BREEZE: Furnished one
bedroom Apt A/C, ceiling fans,
cable ready. $575.00. Water
ee IO CHILDREN OR

WILLIAM’S

COURT: Unfurnis:>ed one
bedroom apt, A/C, ceiling fan,
stove & refrigerator. $575.00.
Water included. Avail

EASTRN EST: Furnished one-
bedroom Apt, A/C, ceiling fans,
$675. Water included. No

‘children or pets.

SEA BREEZE: _. Tastefully
furnished two storey executive
home, 4 bed, 3 bath with
central-air, large TV room,
faundry room, garage, covered
patio, nicely landscaped,
gardens.

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT

324-3060

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 Built Triplex (2)
bedroom, (1). bath, c/fans,a/c,
b/bars, carpet rooms. Cable
and Internet included. Laundry

room - Washer/Dryer — fac.
Serious inquires only. Off
Gladstone Rd. Tel: 361-4543

(h) / 302-3567 (w) Mrs. Pratt

EFFICIENCY SEMI-FURN All
utilities included, $550.00 per
month, 1st & last month rent, a

security deposit of $275.00. Off | f

Carmichael Road Contact 557-
8353 or 361-6637 after 5pm

EASTERN AREA Spacious 2
bedroom 1 bath with personal
washer & et fridge & stove
Water included, AC. Available
aay oom $800. O0p/m Tel: 535-
1

2-BED APT -
Lane. 364-5545

Sea Breeze





THURSDAY, aaa 2006, PAGE 37

Offices For Rent
GOODMAN'S BAY - 2,800 sq.
ft. finished office space; 1,700
sq.ft. unfinished space

BRITISH AMERICAN
INSURANCE HOUSE - from
1,500 sf. to 2,375 sq.ft.
finished. office space, feady for
occupancy

107 SHIRLEY STREET - 1,450
to 3,725 s.f. next to Sassoon
House, ready for occupancy

55 FREDERICK STREET - 560
sq. office - ready for
occupancy

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.

CHARLOTTE HOUSE - 1,200
sq. ft. and 1,400 sq. ft.

UNION COURT - 1,000 sf.
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

308 EAST BAY STREET -
10,000 sq.ft. beautifully fitted

office space ready for
occupancy
Shops For Rent

BAY STREET -2,100 sq.ft.
ready for occupancy

EAST BAY SHOPPING
CENTRE - 920 and 1,500 to
4,500 sq. ft.

MADEIRA PLAZA
former CIBC space — 5,375 sq.

*1,210 sq. ft.
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www.morleyreaity.com

1-BEDROOM APT.
Unfurn. B-bars. A/C. No
kids. Water incl. $135
weekly - $910 to move in .
356-7221.





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Old Fort Bay, Lyford
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3/2. in gated, oceanfront
community. $3,300

Sandyport_R2123- Fum. 2/2
with lovely canal views! $3,500
NICE!

Cable __Beach _R2112-
Beachfront 2/2 on ground floor,
only steps to ocean. Awesome
views! $4,000

ni Ri Newly
remodeled; 3/3.5 canal front
home. $5,500

Tr re ve _R1140-_Furn.
4/2 with pool and enclosed
‘| yard, near ocean. $4,000

Seabreeze R1198-_ Canalfront
3/3.5 home with dock. Boaters
dream! $2,950

Cable Beach R2212- Furn.,
newly renovated 2/2 in
beachfront complex. $3,500

Cable Beach R2086- New,
nicely furn. 2/2.5 townhouse
with enclosed, private yard.
$2,200 .

Twynam R2220- Furn.,
spacious 3/2 in central location.
$2,300

Treasure Cove R1180-
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in -
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500

Id Fort 6B 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

tes R2216-

Seabeach Estates _R2216-
Furn. 2/1 with private yard.
$1,400

2142- = Furn
2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in
the west. Starting at $2,000

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.paradisebahamas.com



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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 2 BEDROOM APT For rent
$600.00, ist last and security
Cowpen Road. Tel: 558-4864
AC, & water included.

1 BEDROOM APT Available in
Yamacraw Beach Estate, water
included Tel: 361-4060

1 BEDROOM APT For rent
Located on Market Street
opposite the First Baptist
Church $600.00 per month ist
& last months rents & $500.00
sec dep. water, AC, & ceiling
fans Fridge and stove included.
325-045 7/322-1331/395-3306

1 BEDROOM APT Furnished
Cowpen Road. Tel: 361-4060

1 BEDROOM Completly
furnished, spacious and well
kept enclosed grounds, AC,
burglar bars, $580.00 p/m 1st &
last $250.00 sec dep. Only
responsible persons need call
436-9097. Central location
Pyfrom Road

1 FURNISHED EFFICENCY
Light water & cable included Off
Carmichael Road

Tel: 361-4060

RENT:

1- Two bedroom apartment for
rent available July 1st, located
Seabreeze Lane.
$675.00 per
included.
Contact Marcia 364-5384/
422 3239

1-BED APT water, light, cable,
phone included, — Flamingo
Gardens, $550 monthly, first &
last and $300 monthly, first &
last and $300 dep. No children.
Phone 341-6133, 455-5829.

1-BED FURNISHED § APT.
Nassau East, AC, sec bars,
laundry facilities. City water
included. $650/m. No
children/pets.. Phone 327-5472
or 327-5469 and- leave
message.

1-BEDROOM APARMENT
$650 per month _ includes
washer, dryer, light & water.
Phone 392-4301.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT

SEMI-FUR? ISHED, FRIDGE

AND STOVE, WATER, LIGHT

AND ABLE INCLUDED , $600
PER MONTH, FIRST AND
LAST & $200 SEC DEPT.

JOHNSON TERRACE.
PH 324-5314.

1-BEDROOM APT, Taylor St,
Nassau Village, Incl: fridge,
stove, air condition, ceiling fan,
basic cable, water, dining room
set., $550 per month, first and
last month, $300 sec dep. Tel
327-1530.

month water

1-BEDROOM APT, _ water
included, Carl Road, Claridge
dale South, $500 monthly, first
and last and sec depo. $200.
394-6650, after 4pm 558-6475.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
South Beach. Light, water &
A/C included. No kids. $550 per
month. First and last. $300 sec
dep. Tel 356-6844 after 5pm
392-0923.

2 BED, 1 BATH LARGE
Unfurnished apt. central air,
alarm system, water included
$700.00 per month. Call 394-
1441

2 BED, 1BATH
House Off Soiler Road
$550.00 per month
Tel: 361-8877

2 Bed, 2 Bath, located Sunset
Ridge Dr, San Souci, extra
spacious, semi furnished with
fridge, stove, washer/dryer,
central A/C, ~ ceiling fans,
security system, private
utility/storage room, ceramic
tiles, blinds, cable & telephone
ready, water included. $1,200
p/m security $1,000 for viewing
appointment call 302-3726 9:00
- 5:00p.m.(Mon - Fri). After
6:00p.m. and weekends call
364-0209.

2 BEDROOM APT
Hanna Road Kool Acres
$700.00 monthly Ph: 394-2650

2 BEDROOM Partly furn. in
Smith's -Cove, AC, security
bars, water fridge & stove
included $770.00 per month +
$600.00-security deposit

Tel: 323-4360

2 BEDROOM UNFISHED APT
Central air, Yamacraw area
$750.00 monthly, plus $300.00
security deposit. call: 364-3241

Mrs Gibson.
2 BEDROOM _ unfurnished
Efficiency newly renovated,

very clean, AC ceiling fan hot
water light phone cable blinds
first and last month or weekl
sec dep No kids, 341-0196
anytime. Room for rent a day
$60 a day call 341-0196.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT
FRIDE STOVE C/AC, CEILING
FAN, WAER INCLUDED. $800.

361-3894, 361-7243.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT
Spikenard Rd, off Carmichael
Road, Unit complete with
ceiling fans, blinds, sec bar
water, fridge and stove
included, cable and_ internet
ready. $700, first. and last
month and $500 sec dep
required. Serious inquiries
phone 424-1375.

2-BED, 1-BATH VILLA,
Paradise Island, double
enclosed 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-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APARTMENT OFF MCKINNEY
DRIVE, NEAR FIRE TRAIL
ROAD. CALL 341-4637. FOR
APPOINTMENT TO VIEW.

2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH APT,
fully furnished, water, tennis
court, basketball. court and
swimming pool, $1,200 per
month, Phone 327-0172.

3 BEDROOM HOUSE
PINEWOOD GARDENS
CALL 341-4502, 392-4636.

A FURNISH room to- let out
East $90 a week first and last
plus $200 security deposit, light
and water included- Tel 535-
0222 or visit #545 Cyprus Court
Elizabeth Estate behind Zion
Yamacraw Baptist Church Ask
for Raymond.

APARTMENT UNIT $850/pm
EASTERN DISTRICT
_SERIOUS INQUIRIES
CALL 326-4601.

APT FOR RENT-GLENISTON

GARDENS
1-1 bedroom fully furnished,
cable, water and light included.
Enclosed yard. $175.00 per
week
First, Last and Security Deposit
required. No children or Pets.
Telephone:324-0034

Apt. For Rent

Two bedroom — unfurnished
apartment McKinney Drive,
Carmichael Road Air-condition,
Ceiling Fans, Cable,
Telephone, & Internet Ready,
Water Incl., Hurricane Awnings
and ‘Enclosed Backyard.
$650.00 per month
Call 361-7641 anytime

Also via Email:

wenzel_d@hotmail.com

Apt. For Rent
Two bedroom — unfurnished
apartment McKinney _ Drive,

Carmichael Road. Air-condition,
Ceiling Fans, Telephone, Cable
& Internet Ready, Water. Incl.,
Hurricane Awnings, and
Enclosed Back . yard.$650.00
per month Call 361-7641
anytime.Also via Email:

wenzel_d@hotmail.com

APTS AND CONDOS
IN CABLE BEACH
STARRING AT $800/ MONTH.
CALL 327-8587
ASK FOR GEORGE.

AVAILABLE JULY,
WEST BAY ST

"THE TREE HOUSE",
STUDIO STYLE, TASTEFULLY
FURNISHED & EQUIPED.
DESIRING RESPONSIBLE
COUPLE OR SINGLE PESON
ONLY. LARGE YARD,
DOUBLE CARPORT.
PRIVATE. CALL PAT
GOODWIN, 323-4150.

BEAUTICIAN &
NAIL TECHNICIAN BOOTHS
For Fent
In a busy location.
$125 and $100 per week.
Must have clienele.
Call 328-2763 or 544-8867.

} Building Office/Shop








\
BEAUTY AND NAIL SALON
FOR RENT. BUSY AREA
NEWLY RENOVATED
WATER INCLUDED.
INTERESTED?
CALL 361-4502.

BLAIR:.2 BED, A.C, C/FANS,
SEC BAR. PRIV. YARD,
WATER INCL. $900/PM,1ST &
LAST + SEC DEP.

322-7176/DAY, 393-1792,6PM.

BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH. 2
bed, 1 bath, Apt fully furnished
includes washer/dryer central
air, cable, water and sec bars,
enclosed yard, $875 per month,
1st, last and sec. 457-3423.

BONGALOW APARTMENT
TWYNAM, 1-BED, 1-BATH
nNear beach features
A/C, telephone, garden,
balcony. Very quiet, cozy.
Available July 6. $585/pm 423-
1725/324-9066.

BRAND NEW 1-BEDROOM | St.

APT, Kool Air Road, $650
month, AC, — ceiling fan,
refrigerator, stove, water inc.

Phone and cable ready and
sec bars. Call 502-6748, 324-
4583 436-3309.

BRAND NEW 2 BED 1 BATH
Duplex,, Allen drive off
Carmichael Road, includes,
AC, ceiling fans, sec bars and
water, $650.00. ist & last
month, security dep $550.00.
No pets, no children. Serious
inquiries

Tel: 556-9131 or 502 3695

BRAND NEW _— Commerical
space
carmicheal rd. AC, spacious
parking. 324-7876, 436-4592,
558-1429. Leave a message.

BRAND NEW SPACIOUS

1 bed Apt. All utilities included,
cable, light and water, home.
Phone 324-9089.

Brand New, Very Private
One Bed, One Bath Apartment
for Rent — Off Cowpen Road.
Water, Ceiling Fan & Burglar
Bars included. $600p.m., $300
Sec. Deposit First & Last
Months Rent Required
Available July 2006. Call 565-
7017 / 392-4440 - Leave
Message
BUSY AREA Beautiful and
spacious salon, two booths for
rent and one person to work on
Commission. Contact Ms
Walkins at 364-5756 or 426-
3354.

CABLE -BEACH - BELAIR
APTS, SPACIOUS _ CLEAN,
FURNISHED, ONE. BEDROOM
APT, AIR COND. LAUNDRY
FACILITIES, CABLE READY,
SORRY NO_ CHILDREN OR
PETS. WATER _ INCLUDED.
$800//PM FIRST & LAST
MONTH & $500 SEC DEP.
PLESE CALL 327-7601 OR
425-3796.

CABLE BEACH Townhouse,
3 bed, 3 1/2 bath, completely
furnished, hgh ceilings, pool
enclosed yard near stores and
beaches. $3,000. 327-2694,
557-8980








CONDO FOR RENT
Two ‘bed, two bah, _ fully
furnished cond, with central a/c,
$1,200/mth. Eastern
Contact 565- 0228, 477-4508,
324-5716.

CONDO FOR RENT OR
LEASE

Love Beach Colony West, 2
bedroom 2 bath furnished,
gated complex, screened

balony/verandah, ocean view
beach access, 5 mins to Lyford
Cay. $2,000.00 month
Tel: 322-5359

+ CONVENIENCE SHOP FOR

RENT

+ ROOMS FOR RENT - light,
water, cable

+ 2-BEDROOM HOUSE, living,
dining, kitchen.

* OFFICE SPACE, Armstrong
Tel 361-1507.

EXECUTIVE TOWN HOUSE
featuring 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath,
located Princeston Close,
Leeward East. Including, cook
top stove, built-in oven,
refrigerator, central A/C, ceiling
fans, ‘blinds and water. $1600
per month. Call 392-6628, or
364-8664 after 6pm.

COWPEN ROAD WEST, 2
bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, washer & dryer,
sec bars, enclosed yard, water
included. $500 sec dep, first
and last months rent. $800
month. Tel 361-7009.

COZY ONE BED, ONE BATH
Apts, air condition, ceiling fans
large enclosed yard. Semi

furnished, fridge and-~ stove,
$550 per month, sec dep $300

* Fully furnished $600/ month,
sec dep $600 Centrally
located Farrington Rd. Ideal for
single person. Yearly lease
required first, last and sec dep
required. Call 552-1988.

EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
Utilities included, fully
furnished, cable ready,

conditioned and _ telephone

ready. Location Cowpen Road
West $550.00 per month and

$400.00 deposit. Serious
inquiries only Call:361-3540

EFFICIENCY APT, $450/mth -
Stove, fridge, AC, & water
included No pets, no kids ist,
and last sec-dep. Palm Beach
St. Call 424-5569.



Efficiency for rent in
Yellow Elder Gardens
for $575.00 per month.
Water, Light and Cable
included. Single person
or couple need only
inquire.

Telephone 325-5626.

SHOP/OFFICE Space for rent
Prince Charles, water included
Tel: 456-1295

District



THE TRIBUNE

ENCLOSED & SAFE
1 Efficiency, furnished,
Baillou Hill Road South,
include: light,-& water $450
per month, :
1st and last + $200
security dep No Kids or

pets
Tel: 364-8082 557-0457



EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT
5 Bed, 4 bath, $6,000
3 bed, 3 ath, $3,500
2 bed, 2 bath, $4,000
2 bed, 2 bath, $1,500
393-0868, 393-1110, 454-1230

CORAL HARBOUR -

1 bedroom Apt, water, cable,

A/C, included $575 monthly.
Tel 362-1195, 395-6954.

FAST GROWING
RETAIL JEWELRY COMPANY
IS SEEKING A
STORE MANAGER.
MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF
TWO YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
MANAGEMENT, AND THREE
YEARS — EXPERIENCE _ IN
RETAIL JEWELRY. MUST BE
MATURE, | PROFESSIONAL,
AND BE ABLE TO TRAIN AND
MANAGE STAFF. GOOD
COMPENSATION PLAN.
ONLY QUALIFIED PERSONS
NEED _ APPLY. PLEASE
PORWARD ALL RESUMES
Nero UG VENE HABE WELE
RS.CO ATT: BETH
MUNROE, OR DROP OFF AT

VENETIAN JEWELERS
LOCATED CHARLOTTE. ST.
NORTH, NEXT TO SUBWAY.

NEWLY BUILT 1 bed, very
spacious, AC, c/fans, 1st tank
of gas incl, water, cable,
washer & dryer.Lots of parking,
property completely encl
Portialy loca. West St, south ot
Meadows St public trans in 3-5
mins walk. -

$575 unfurn; $625/pm_ semi
furn; $750 fully furn. 1st, 1st &

all | sac

Call for 325-7675, 454-6536.
Perfect for newly weds. FREE
TV.

NEW SPACIOUS

APARTMENT FOR RENT

Gladstone Allotment off
Gladstone Road- two (2)-
bedrooms, one (1) __ bath
apartment, water included,
central air, ceiling _ fans,

refrigerator, stove, burglar bars,
wooden blinds, enclosed yard
with spacious parking. $750.00
per month tTelephone:557-
9710. Serious inquiries only!

For Rent With Lease
Newly built unfornished - 1
bedroom 1 bathroom apartment
McKinney Drive off Carmichael
Road. Water included all other
utilities are ready. $650.00 per
month first and last month's

rent “and $400.00 security
deposit. required. Sorry no
children or pets. _ Phone
4253926 or 3613837













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REALTY
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BAHAMIAN PROT

FORRENT ~
CABLE BEACH
BEACHFRONT APARTMENT
3 Bed 3 Bath (en_ suite),
Elegantly Furnished with direct
access to sandy beach and
swimming pool.
$7,000 per month

SEABEACH ESTATES -2 Bed
2 1/2 Bath, Unfurnished,
$1,550.00 per month

PROSPECT RIDGE NEAR
CABLE BEACH- 2 Bed 2 Bath
Townhouse with manicured
grounds and swimming pool
and excellent security,
$1,800.00 per month

NEAR CABLE BEACH GOLF
COURSE- 3 Bed 2 Bath
Townhouse ~ with — manicured
grounds and swimming pool
and excellent security,
$2,600.00 per month

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
fenced in 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

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 2 Bath
Fully Furnished. Gated
Community. Pool / Gym
Covered Parking $6,500.00 per
month ;

BAYROC - Fourth Floor and
Ground Floor Bay Tower — 3

Bed 3 1/2 Bath, Gated
Community with
Dynamic Ocean Views

Furnished $6,500 and $8,000
per month

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:
395-6650 or 424-6685
E-mail:bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

JACK ISAACS )
REA LTY

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BARAMIAN POY



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UsrER

LYFORD CAY - 4 Bed 4 Bath
Fully furnished home in very
quiet location with pool

$10,000 per month.

SANDYPORT —- CANAL
FRONT- .3 Bed / 3.5 Bath
Spacious Townhouse. $6,000
per month Fully Furnished

VILLAGE ROAD EFFICIENCY
Comfortable and quaint
apartment with . views of
swimming pool, includes water.
$750.00 per month

CABLE BEACH APARTMENT
2 Bed 1 Bath Fully Furnished
Apartment, easy access to
schools and general shopping.
$1,500.00 per month

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:
395-6650 or 424-6685
E-mail:bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

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.

QUIET AREA -

2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment
fridge, stove central _ air,
microwave, washer, burglar bar
gas tank, cable, phone lines
ready. Off Tropical Garden, 5
min from Airport, 10 min from
Cable Beach, $925 per month,
first & last sec dep $500. Tel
327-5092 or 357-9496.

PRINCE CHARLES - 2 bed, 1
1/2 Townhouse, air
conditioning, ocean front
townhouse, sec bars, newly
renovated. Rental free $1,1000,
first and last month and sec
dep $600. Fully furn. Call 324-
2551/364-4837, only serious
persons need to apply.

NEW COMMERCIAL SPACE
upstairs, two storey building
approx 400sq ft in size prime
commercial location on, Joe
Farrington Road, Off Yamacaw.
Doctor’s office, travel agency,
insurance co, supplies etc.. Tel
393-2322. .

One Bedroom Apartment
water/ight/Cable/Semi-furn.
Southern Heights
$525 - Ph# 361-0193





NICE EFFICIENCY Furnished
Tower Estates, Very Quiet
Area. Near Seagrapes
Shopping Center. $500 p/m 1st,
last, plus sec dep. Includes light
& water. For Single . Person
Only. Call : 361-3830

TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH
APT, A/C, ceiling fan, water
included. Very clean, $675 per
month, ist, last month required,
sec $350. Sandilands Village
Road. One family only. Sorry
no pets, Bahamians only call
364-4170, 456-8275.

NEW 2-BED, 1 1/2-BATH APT
SUMMER HAVEN, Baillou Hill
Road South Water & burglar
bars included. $700 per month,
first & last month, $500 sec
dep. No pets. Tel 322-7672
after 5:30pm.

NEWLY BUILT 1 BEDROOM
House in Redland Acres off
Soilder Road, water inculded
$180.00 a week ist & last +
$440.00 security deposit

Tel: 323-4360

NEWLY BUILT unfurnished 2
bed, 1 bath apt Foxdale off
Bernard Rd, AC, cable, c/fans
b/screens and water incl’d.
$675/pm, first & last + sec dep
$400 Phone 636-4352 or 396-
4066.

ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME
private entrance, private bath,
AC, cable ready, light & water

included. Garden Hills #2
available end July

Tel: 326-7247 6-8:30am & 5-

9pm
SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOMS 1
bath apartment in Coral Lakes
fridge & stove, AC, C/fans,
security bars washer/dryer
$800.00 p/m ist & last jmonth +

$400.00 deposit

Tel: 361-2466 or 364-6244
WESTERN NEW
PROVIDENCE 3 _ bedroom
Townhouse fully —_ furnished
included security system,

water, tennis court, basketball
court & swimming pool, $2,000
per month. Phone 327-0172.

FULLY FURNISHED ONE
BEDROOM, FOX HILL ROAD
NORTH OR~ SANDILAND
HOSPITAL. WATER
INCLUDED. PHONE 364-3465,
OR 324-2329.
FURNISHED 2 BED
11/2 BATH
Town house, Utilities included,
Great parking and location
$500.00 per month $700.00 to
move in Call: 326-0330

FURNISHED

2 BED 2 Bath
house in Garden Hills #2
Central air, alarm system
and wash room $1,000.00

pm 1st & last + security
deposit
Ph: 436-0742

FURNISHED ROOM TO LET in
Oakes Field, $80 per week. two
months rent required. Light,
water, cable, TV and Internet
included. Single person only,
no children or pets. 636-0207.



PART-TIME OFFICE
RENTAL
ENJOY ALL THE
BENEFITS OF A
TRADITIONAL OFFICE.
WITHOUT ALL THE
COSTS:

TS:
-WORKSTATIONS,
-PRIVATE OFFICE

-CONFERENCE ROOM
-COMPUTER & PRINTER,
-HIGHSPEED INTERNET
~-RECEPTIONIST
-TELEPHONE NUMBER
-FAX & MAIL SERVICES.
CALL LORAM CFS LTD
AND SECURE AN
AFFORDABLE PACKAGE
TODAY.
PHONE 394-2196/7

NICE EFFICIENCY FOR
RENT Semi-Furnished
r Estates, Very Quiet Area
Near Seagrapes
Shopping Center.
$400 p/m 1st, last, plus
sec dep. Ir cludes light &
water.
For male Single Person

Only.
Call : 361-3830

ONE BEDROOM APT
Subdivision, Off Mackey St
near Wendy's & _ KFC,

fridge/stove, bedroom furniture,
AC, blinds, burglar bars, ceiling

fans, phone cable.
$650.00/month, ist & last +
300.00 security

Ph: 456-2548

NEW 1-BED, A/C
unfurnished apt, quiet
Eastern District. Burglar
bars, cable & _ internet

ready, $850/pm, water &
light incl. Ideal for single
professional or - young
married couple. Call 393-
2232, 324-7474.

NEW 2 BED, 2 BATH APT
Summer Haven, Baillou Hill
Road South. Water & burglar
bars included. Washer/dryer
ready. $750 per month, first &
last month, $500 sec dep. No
pets Tel 322-7672 after
5:30pm.

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
1200 SQ FT. $650/PM. PHONE
323-8280.



ORLANDO FLORIDA

Stay at Westgate Lakes,
Westgate Towers or

Westgate Town Center

2 bedroom, 2 bath.

Jacuzzi. Fully equipped
kitchen.Laundry facilities.
Spacious living area. Sleeps 6 -

8

Available August 5th - 12th

or August 12th - 19th

or August 19th - 26th, 2006
$1200 negotiable.

NO REF TO ‘TAKE SALES

Call 325-8654

CENA



NEW TOWNHOUSE 2 bed
room, 1 1/2- bath of Cowpen
Road. Security bars, central air,
first and last month rent plus
security deposit.
Phone 427-0550.

NEWLY BUILT, SPACIOUS, 2
bed, 1 bath, unfurnished apt.
$650 per month, 1st, last &
$300 sec, Off Soldier Road.
Phone 324-3979.

OCEAN VIEW TOWN HOUSE
- near Caves. Gated. 5
bedrooms, 4.5 bath, 3-storey,
central air, beautifully furnished,

pool, generator, parking.
$5,500/pm. Contact 327-7772.

SEMI-FURNISHED one
bedroom apartment in the

Eastern district. Asking $650.00
per month, 1st and last month
deposits. No children or pets.
Telephone: 558-7020.

SUMMER HAVEN
1-BED APT, fully furnished,
water, Lights, cable included.
$650 per month, first and last,
$200 sec dep.

Call: 341-5174 or 324-7985

TRAVELLING TO ORLANDO
this Summer? This two
bedroom Condo at Westgate
Lakes must go!! Available Aug
12 to 19, ‘06. Rent is
negotiable. Call 393-8478.

TWO BEDROOM CONDO for
rent at Westgate Lakes in
Orlando, Florida for one week -
Aug 12 to 19, ‘06. Rent is
negotiable.This condo must
go!! Call 393-8478.

Unfurnished 1 bedroom
apartmrnt water included
$650.00 per month 1st & last
month rent and $400.00
security required.
Contact: 3613837 4253926

OFFICE SPACE For rent in
central location of Palmdale
ideal for Psychologist. social
worker or one on one tutor Call:
356-0545 fror detail,.

SOUTH _ BEACH - One
bedroom Apt, $200 a week. No
kids. Water, light, sable and
gas included. Call 392-0019
evening.

TWO BEDROOM APT- Romer
St, Fox Hill, $600/pm, first and
last month rent and sec $400
dep. To more info call, 364-
7826, or 436-3685.

ONE BEDROOM ONE BATH
Apt for rent, cable, light & water
included. Asking $550.00 per

HOUSE
2 bed 11/2 bath semi-furnished
$875.00 per month water
included. Tel: 393-5379

SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM 1
bath, AC, fridge, stove,
washer/dryer, sec bars

Ph: 357-7566

Two bed/Two bath Condo
on the water Cable beach
furnished. $1200
544-3989

UNFURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
APT. Water and light inclduded.
Asking $450 per month.
Contact 324-7352.

THURSDAY, JULY ’'6, 2006, PAGE 39





-FORRENT _

ONE BED APT, light & water
included, basic furnishing $550
per month require 1 & last
month + sec dep $400, cable &
internet available. Located
Guinep St, Pinewood. Phone
525-2983, or 392-5631.

Quiet couple preferred.

SPACIOUS 2 bed 2 1/2 bath
Townhouse for rent. Furnished
with new appliances including
washer, dryer and dishwasher,
ocean views from large
balcony. Security bars,
hurricane shutters, central air
and large backyard. Walking
distance from beautiful beach.
Water and gas included. Sea
Beach Estates off West Bay St.
$2,000 p/m. Call 327-1961.

ONE BED APT
UNFURNISHED SPACIOUS
Bailloui Hill Road South, light,
& water ble included. $550, per
month. No Kids or pets
1st, last & Security
$400

364-8082, 557-0457.

ONE BEDROOM APT
Subdivision off Mackey St near
Wendy's & KFC. Fridge/stove,
bedroom furniture, AC, blinds,

burglar bars, ceiling fans,
phone & cable ready.
$650/month, ist, last + last

$300 sec. Phone 457-2548

SPACIOUS 2 BERDROOM 2
1/2 bath Townhouse for rent,
furnished with appliances
including, washer/dryer and
dishwasher, Ocean view from
large balcony, Security bars
hurricane shutters, central air
and backyard. walking distant
from beautiful beach. Water
and gas included, Sea Beach
Estate Off West Bay St
$2,000.00 p/m Call: 327-1961

SPACIOUS, FULLY furnished
studio apartment with separate
kitchen and bathroom, air
condition, burglar bars, water
included, enclosed grounds,
clean environment, access to
swimming pool and laundry
facilities, property well lit at
night time, amply parking,
located on St Albans Drive,
$600 monthly, first and last
month's rent along with sec dep
required. Phone 325-0318,
326-1514, eve 323-8408.

ONE BEDROOM APT
Subdivision off Mackey St near
Wendy's & KFC. Fridge/stove,
bedroom furniture, AC, blinds,

burglar bars, ceiling fans,
phone & cable ready.
$650/month, 1st, last + last

$300 sec. Phone 457-2548

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
CONDO EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT IN ORLANDO AT
WESTGATE LAKES FROM
AUG 5-12, ‘06
$650.00 FOR ONE WEEK.
CALL 393-8478.

ROOMS FOR RENT 2 bed, 1
bath, spacious apartment.
partially furnished. All rooms
have ceiing fans and burglar
bars. $400 per month includes
light and water. $800 moves
you in. Nassau Village, William
St, 393-8264.






15 CARIBBEAN SECURITY
OFFICER resume & copy of
passport required. Please call
361-7770 ask for Linda or leave
message. :

24 HR PRE SCHOOL AND
CHILD CARE

Is looking for the following:

5 pre-school teaches for K2 to
K5 with a min. of associate
degree in related fields. With
music or computer skills a plus.
1 Receptionist/secretary min
high school diploma

2 Bus Drivers (PLS aplus)

2 Nursery workers, 1 cleaner
Persons interested shculd call
392-0873 or 424-5069 for an
immediate interview.

A SMALL COMPANY

Is looking for a mature
lady between 25-35
years to work as a
Receptionist. Must have
excellent phone ethics.
Please fax

resume to 326-1227

A WELL ESTABLISHED
COMPANY is_ seeking to
employ a young lady, who is
ambitious, hardworking, well
groomed & well mannered with
a modest knowledge. of
computer & accounting. Please
send a resume and photo of
yourself to the following:
Attention: Human Resources
Manager, PO Box EE-16321,
Nassau, Bahamas.

ABACO small historic
inn has 50 seat
restaurant waiting for
aspiring, hardworking
chef for a special
clienele. Great
opportunity, a place to
become famous Fax
resume to: 242-365-
4138.

ACCOUNT NEEDED For small
business , duties include pay
roll , inventory, daily reports,
spot checke at other stores, p
and | statementd, must keep
account of all cash
transactions, visit stores daily,
deposits, blance books weekly.
order supplies keep _ staff
records pay nib, keep staff logs
and daily sing in _ sheets,
conduct budgets yearly. must
be hard woring and on time. will
be help accountable for all the
above, must have car, salary
275 plus 35 er week for gas
Tel: 394-8144

LIVE- IN
HOUSEKEEPER
Full time employment
457-0406

HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY
NEEDED. RELIABLE,
HONEST, EXPERIENCE WITH
SMALL CHILDREN. 8-5PM,
MONDAY-FRIDAY. CONTACT
426-7476.



AN ESTABLISHED RETAIL
COMPANY
Seeks applications for a
position in its accounting
department |
A successful applicant must

ave:
1. A Bachelor Degree in
accounting
2. Knowledge of Microsoft
word and excel
3. Excellent communications
skills
4. Be a good term player
Please fax resume to -
(242)-325-0588

BABY SITTER NEEDED
Tel: 324-3656 after 6pm

BABY SITTER/House-Keeper
Babysitter requried for 2 kids an
infant and a 4 year old on
summer break. Serious inquires
only. All persons must be in
possession of valid: immigration
papers. Persons seeking an
intreview must be hardworking,
honest and able to cope with
young children. Call 394-8492
or email

kerryn_1981 @hotmail.com

Does your current job leave
you uninspired?

Do you think that the only place
you can find a “good job” is in
the bank?

If you've answered yes to these
questions then an_ exciting
growth opportunity is open to
you. A progressive jewelry
company is — looking _ for
enthusiastic, well spoken,
outgoing women 25 years or
older to fill the position of Sales
Associate.

- The ideal candidate will be:

- Self- Motivated

- Honest

- Hardworking

- Able to work flexible hours

We offer a dynamic team
environment and ‘competitive
salary and benefits package
including annual bonuses
based on performance.

If you would like to change
careers or build a long-term
career with a stable growing
company who is interested in
your __ training and self
development.

Please submit a cover letter
and resume to:

FAX # 327-1691 or e-mail
HYPERLINK "mail to:
jbcandidates@yahoo.com
Deadline for applications is July

30th 2006 :

OFFICE MANAGER/MEDICAL
ASSISTANT. Strong
ACCOUNTING, WRITING AND
VERBAL COMMUNICATION
SKILLS ARE A MUST. Must
be able to work independently
in a quick paced office. Needs
to possess EXCELLENT TIME
MANAGEMENT SKILLS = and
be customer service oriented. 2

yrs. Microsoft Office and
QuickBooks experience
necessary.

Fax 356-5450
rim_office @coralwave.com.

‘evidence



FIELD SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
Well established supplier of on
site power generation
equipment seeks a_ sef
motivated. _ process driven
person for the position of field
service technician. Applicant
must be able to _ provide
of training. - or
experience in:
. Generator start-up

..Preventative maintenance

-Repair of both diesel and gas
driven sets :

. Repair of controls and tranfer
switches. Must be able to drive
standard shift vehicles. Salary
and benefits commensurate
with experience. Please send

resumes and to the Manager at.

P.O. Box N4894 Nassau,
Bahamas.

SKILLED MASONS
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
immediately as jobs are in

progress. Please e-mail
contacts and necessary
information to:

newconstructionfirm@yahoo.co
m. No contractors or foremen
needed! ~

THE TATTOO KING needs
100 super modiles for its
upcoming fashion and_ tattoo
body show to be help oin
october please bring head shot
to the tattoo king Marathon
raod, all model types needed if
you do no have tattoos we will
place temp tattoos for the show
it is going to be the biggest and
aest show nassau has had for a
long time , so be apart of it call
394 8144 for directions photo
must include contact
information.

WANTED COMPANY
MECHANIC
Supervise and perform
maintenance of all company
vehicles. Must be experienced
with gas/diesel engines. Will
perform daily preventative
maintenance checks on_ all
trucks, vans &- forklifts and
perform all engine and
bodywork repairs. Candidate
must have his. own tools &
equipment. Salary negotiable
depending on ability,
experience and self motivation
Applications available at
Lightbourne Trading Co. 118

Mackey St.

THE TATTOO KING IS
LOOKING FOR 30 TRAINING
TATTOO ARTIST TO BEGIN
TRAINING. IF YOU HAVE
SOME EXPERIENCE ‘OR
LOVE ART THIS IS THE JOB
FOR YOU ONLY 30 PERSONS
WILL BE ACCEPTED SO
CALL NOW

394 8144 394 8144 MAKE UP
TO $500 WEEKLY.
THE TRAINING WILL
INCLUDE ALL EQUIPTMENT.



WANTED
Local Shipping company
seeks 1 Warehouse

Supervisor/Coordinator. must
be able to organize and run
warehouse efficiently with
the ability to think fast on
their feet. Applicants must
apply in person @ Arawak
Stevedoring on Arawak Cay
directly behind The Fish Fry.
No phone calls please.

WANTED
SEAMSTRESS - Male/Female,
5 years or or experience, must
be ale to work on own iniative
and with all types of fabric.

FURNITURE FINISHER -: Able

to work with all types of
furniture including pickling able
to work on own iniative. 5 years
or more experience. Contact
Touch of Class Upholstry, 393-
6401 ask for Mr Brown.

WE ARE IN NEED of 4
Salespersons/Marketers to
work on a Commission basis
only with a growing firm. There
are major opportunities for
expansion in the near future
and if you are serious minded,
a go-getter, people’s person
and have an_ attitude to
succeed in life, please call 324-
3141 for an interview. 15%
Commission offered. NO BASE
SALARY. Must have
transportation.

WE ARE IN NEED

Of 4 salespersons/Marketers to
work on -a. commission basis
only with a growing firm. There
are major opportunities for
expansion in the near future,
and if you are serious minded,
a go-getter, people’s person

and have an_ attitude to
succeed in life, please call 324-
3141 for an interview,

COMMRSSKO'S'ENITED
CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD.
A Mature, responible person is
needed for the position of
messenger/maid. Successful
applicant must have his or her
own transportation and a clean
police record. Apply in person
at the House of Mosko, Bay
Street and Victoria Avenue,

Telephone 322-2825.

FINISH CARPENTER Full time
position available with
established kitchen cabinet
company. Must be well
presented & self motivated.
Submit applications to: PO Box
CB-13838, Nassau, Bahamas.
Email:ck1 @coralwave.com.
Fax:377-0233.

TROPICAL HOME DESIGNS
CO LTD seeks mature
energetic, enthusiastic sales
persons, ages twenty four (24)
& up must have own reliable
transportation to show lots,
commission based only.
Experience necessary.Tel 326-
5468

SECURITY GUARDS
NEEDED. 25- 50 YEARS.
BAHAMIANS ONLY NEED

APPLY.
TEL: 326-7092, 9AM- 4PM.
pibahamas@coralwave.com



WANTED

Local Shipping Company seeks
1 Forklift Operator must be able
to load and unload containers.
Applicants must apply in person
@ Arawak Stevedoring on
Arawak Cay directly behind The
Fish - Fry. No phone. calls
please. 3

PEARL ISLAND
HIRES

SNOKEL GUIDE
CASHIER
COME TO BAYSHORE
MARINA PARKING LOT ON
FRIDAY, - SATURDAY,
TUESDAY AT 7AM SHARP.

NEED HELP TO WORK
OUT BUILDING
YOUR DREAM HOUSE
ECONOMICALLY IN LESS
: TIME.
BRING YOUR PLANS TO US,
New System Construction.
CALL 328-2709, 325-5458.

ELEVATOR SERVICES LTD.
Warehouse. worker/driver &
mechanic needed with a least
five- ten yeras experience
qualified persons only. Apply to
P.O.Box SS19954

Nassu, Bahamas.

IMPERIAL MATRESS CO.
LTD.

Wanted immediately
1 Male factory worker with
driver's license, 1 female
factory worker
Salary $175.00 per week
Call 325-8977/8

PRESCHOOL TEACHERS
NEEDED
Must have any of the following
certificate Infant Toddler
Certificate Preschool certificate

auxiliary certificate with 2 years
or more experience. Call 394-
464.

SUPERVISORY CASHIER
PUMP ATTENDANTS BRING
ID_ AND REFERENCES FOR
INTERVIEW AT SHELL
PRINCE CHARLES SERVICE
STATION, PRINCE. CHARLES
DRIVE ANY WEEK DAY
BETWEEN 3PM AND 5PM.

So you think you can
dancehall?

Win $200.00.
Please leave a voicemail
at 565-1257.

Must be 18 or older.

ONE CASHIER, 2 young men
to work at a tyre repair and car.
wash, must be eager and
willing to work. | Serious
inquiries only. Mr Jamal Gaitor.
544-0375.

EXPERIENCED
Tractor head operator, dump
truck drivers, Mechanic. Apply’
in person at Islander Pavers.
Call 357-4436.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS For
Bakery assistant, cleaners, dish
washers. packaging — clerks,
sales downtown bakery. Tel:
326-1680
CHURCH KEY BOARD
PLAYER NEEDED.
$50-%75 PER.SERVICE.
CALL NOW 341-6126.








‘| -Creative

THE TRIBUNE



services and treatments

-*Knowledge of retail operations

and inventory systems
*Effective leadership skills and
a strong work ethic
Excellent customer
skills

“Efficient, well organized, and
able to handle a variety of
duties simultaneously —

in marketing .and
promotion, sales oriented

service

‘Energetic, enthusiastic and
motivational
Professional manner,

discretion, and appearance
‘Excellent verbal and written
skills

‘Able to show initiative and
make decisions

Other
include: |
Assistant General Manager
Financial Controller
Boutique Manager

available positions

Please forward your resume

with cover letter to:

PO Box AP-59223 Slot 440
Nassau, Bahamas or
email to HYPERLINK ~

stephmresort@yahoo.com

by July 31st, 2006.

We thank all applicants for their
interest but only short-listea
applicants will receive a reply.

JOB SUPERINTENDENT For
Paving Company. Experienced,
hard working and honest. Apply
in person at Island Pavers. Call
357-4436.

LADY NEEDED TO
SELL T-SHIRTS.
MUST BE MATURE, HONEST
AND RELIABLE.
PHONE 323-3345.

NEED GAS STATION
CASHIER NOW!!
Serious applicants only Call
393-4107 for more information

YOUNG ENERGETIC
PERSON
To work in cafe, Current health

certificate required
Call: 323-1932

EARN FAST CASH
IN YOUR SPARE TIME.
PHONE 242-326-1606

EXPERIENCED MECHANIC
to fix Honda GMC vehicles.
No tool needed. ;

TEL 436-3862, 362-6040

NEED EXTRA CASH?
JOIN AVON TODAY AND
BECOME A_ DIRECT REP.
CALL 341-8173.

TWO BAR MAIDS needed
ASAP over the age of 21, day
and night shift available.
Contact 324-1262, 425-5974.

WANTED SALES AGENT with
experience needed. Fax
resume at 326-4601.

Live-in House-Keeper
needed,
serious inquiries only
364-0035



THE TRIBUNE

“6
Career Opportunities
in the Hotel Industry

A five star boutique resort is
seeking individuals to fill the
- position of General Manager,
Executive Chef and pa
Manager. The resort consists of
16 upscale luxurious suites, ‘an
exclusive boutique spa,
gourmet restaurant, lounge with
live music and ocean side
dining. The resort has a-pristine
beach, free-form pools and an
extensive retail boutique. The
owners plan to expand-to other
locations so there is potential
for growth.

General Manager

The General Manager will

have overall responsibility

for the success of the hotel

The successful candidate

should have:







“A degree in Hotel
Management or Equivalent
qualification

*Good knowledge © of. the

operating standards of a 5
star hotel

“A minimum of 5° years
hospitality experience, with. at

least two years at
supervisory/management
level

-Good Inter-personal skilis with
the ability to. supervise, train
motivate and lead staff :

*Ability to work and use own
initiative and make . sound
decisions eae

*Be -able- to work _ nights,
weekends and public holidays :

‘Fluency in foreign language
would be an asset ‘

“Sales and Marketing
background would ‘be a
distinct advantage ~

Executive Chef

The Executive chef will have
the responsibility for the
operations of the restaurant
and bar.

The successful
should have:
‘Diploma in Culinary Arts or
related field from a recognized
institution :

‘Five years experience in a
reputable hotel or in a catering
company

candidate

*Knowledge of food safety
guidelines

“Experience in gourmet menu
planning

‘Good Oral and written
communication skills
*Experience in a gourmet
restaurant will be a plus
‘Pastry skills and health

conscious cooking will be an
advantage

Spa Manager

The Spa Manager will have
responsibility for the
operation and success of an
exclusive Spa.

The ‘successful candidate
should have: ;
Preferable five years

experience doing supervision in
a hospitality setting
*Qualification Certificates and
or Diploma in Hospitality and
Spa related services

‘Previous successful Spa
management or Hospitality
management experience for a
minimum of five years
-Knowledge of professional Spa



DO YOU NEED SOMEONE TO
CLEAN YOU OFFICE, HOME
OR APARTMENT FOR YOU?

PHONE US JOHNSON AND
LEAVE MESSAGE PLEASE.

{ AM SEEKING to live in a
furnished bedroom with all
utilities included. Call me at
535-0769.

{NEED A JOB URGENTLY,
days or weekly work. Call 535-
0769, y.








LADY WITH OWN
TRANSPORTATION TO DO
| HOUSE WORK ~~ OR

BABYSITTING, . 393-0953,
CELL . 395-9132, 393-5287

CLAUDIA CAMPBELL

MATURE LADY required to
‘mind child & person, light
housekeeping- must have own
transport... Contact 363-3771
after 7pm.





MATURE LADY seek job as
baby sitter, housekeeper, live
“out, days work or to care for the
elderly ‘person -Phone 535-!
7256: :

MATURE LADY seeking day
job for -pressing only. Salary
neg. Phone 325-4464. 3

MATURE, ~ PROFESSIONAL
Woman ‘seeks part-time work at















-home. or inthe Eastern District |

| between the hours of 9am-2pm.
| Fast. shorthand -and typing;
computer iterate —

Call: 364-8350

‘POSITION. WANTED

Lady seeks weekly or days job

to. do baby sitting, house

keeping or to take care of an

| elderly or disable adult or child.
Call 544-9161

SECURITY OFFICER
LOOKING FOR A

















BEES

Get RID of
Stinging Bees.

z

Call for price. 393-3939

BUILDING OR REPAIRING
Your Home or Office
Call Mr Forbes Ph: 394-3959

CARDLESS RECEIVER
DOWN?
PANSATS, FORTEC,
















BACK TO SCHOOL
TIME AGAIN
GET UNIFORMS
SKIRTS/JUMPER

@ LOWEST PRICES

FOR HAIR BRAIDING ALL |

SUMMER AND
BACK TO SCHOOL
HAIR BRAIDING AND
UNIFORM PACKAGES

CALL 394-8893,

OR 426-3162,-
LEAVE A MESSAGE:



HURRICANE SEASON
ROOF LEAKING -
NEED STORM
SHUTTERS. CALL
COLLIE'S
CONSTRUCTION AT
392-5404 -
NOW.

- STOP LIVING
CHEQUE TO CHEQUE!!
Earn hundreds in days.
No gimmicks, no scams,
no. buying, no selling. Just
thousands to be made by
making 1 call to the States
Internet access required.
Call 455-2719









FEMALE WANTS 70 SHARE
2-BED, 1 BATH, APT
SEMI FURNISHED $450 PER
MONTH $900 TO MOVE IN,
FEMALE'S ONLY, NO KIDS,
MUST HAVE A JOB.
LOCATION SHERWOOD DR.

TEL CONTACT 364-2394.

ROMEMATE WANTED For
partially furnished apartment.
$400 month, includes utilities.
$800 moves you in. Spacious
Bedroom, Ceiling fans &
burglar bars in every room.
Nassau Villiage, William St.

Ph. 393-8264.

VIEWSATS, ETC LATEST FIX. | WANTS TO SHARE AT $100
eee WANTS TO SHAR $100

We PER
PHONE 525-0927/393-8096. | |NCLUDED. 393-8201

graphic designing

. NEED BAIL?

ALL COURTS. LOW FEES!
CALL US TODAV.....
GET BAIL TOMORROW.
TEL:535-1418 24/7

PUT OUR HOME VIDEOS
AND CAMCORDER TAPES
ON DVD

PHONE 242-326-1606,
CELL 242-557-8665.





WEEK.. UTILITIES



CAMP OASIS

July 3rd - August 27th
Learning in a Fun Filled and
Comfortable Environment
A place for Your Child
This Summer

Ages 6 - 12
Cail us at 394-8516.






H



CAMP!!
NEW GENERATION

SUMMER CAMP
CARMICHAEL RD,
MCKINNEY DRIVE
TEL: 242-393-7127



GES: 4-15
JULY 3-AUGUST 18
8:30AM-5:30PM,
$40 PER WEEK
LUNCH INCLUDED
*MATH
*ENGLISH
*THE ARTS
«CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES,
RECREATION
$20 REGISTRATION
SPACE IS LIMITED...

CALL TODAY!!
"Train up a child in the way he
should go, and when he is old
he will not depart from. it."-
Proverbs:22:6

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM

What To Do with The k.ds this
SUMMER?
PACK THEM UP AND LET
THEM SPEND
TWO GREAT WEEKS AWAY
FROM HOME WITH US!!
BAPTIST BIBLE CHURCH
OLD a RAIL & SOLDIER ROAD

RESENTS
_ “ELIZABETH MACKEY CAMP

CAN DO!!"
CAMP DATES:

MON, JULY 3 -SAT, JULY 8
MON, JULY 10 -SUN, JULY 16
AGES: 5-13 YEARS OLD
PRICE:ONLY $70 PER WEEK
REGISTER NOW
SPACE IS LIMITED
STOP BY OUR
CHURCH OFFICE OPPOSITE
NASSAU CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY
TEL 393-0563
LOTS OF FUN &
EXCITEMENT!!

IT'S ALSO A TIME OF
LEARNING!!

AFFORDABLE

NAIL CLASSES

Available Classes start July

2006. Kit

394-4925, 436-5416.

SUNNY DAYS

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
AGES: 13-MTHS - 5 YRS

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 41

PERSONAL
2, TUTORING
For 4 weeks, summers
program Contact Ms Hepburn
@ 436-9630 or 323-5086

ARE YOU INTERESTED in
learning Creole well with in
three months you will be able to
speak, read and write this
exotic language.

Just contact Channa at 544-
5501 to register for Creole
lessons and additional
information regarding location.



"Patio & Tent Sale
Household Items, Ladies
Clothing, Accessories,
Back to School Items,
CD’s, DVD’s and Much,
Much More!!

This Saturday 7 to 12

~ Noon,
Wellington/Lancaster off
Christie Avenue, Stapleton.
Gardens. Tel. 325-2175"

GARAGE SALE

Leaving island-for sale
furniture, kitchen and dinner
items, rugs, clothing, linens and
electronics everything must be
sold. Open house July 14th and
15th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Old
Fort Bay #2

Tel 362-4441 or 427-5750.

GARAGE SALE,
EVERYTHING MUST SELL.
All household items, furniture,
linens, dishes, pots,

pans, plants,clothing etc.

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Please call 362 4441. OR CELL
427 5750

SATURDAY JULY 8th 06
8:00am-10:00am

Teenage/adult clothing, toys,
books, bags, kitchen, linen,
christmas, albums, casio

jewelery etc. Everything must
go! #21 Woodland Road Off
1 Village Road, last corner on
left, last house on right.



2 Beds for SALE!
included with | 1 double bed $160
courses. Call to reserve seat | 1 Queen bed $175

Call 322-8527

2 DIRECT TV RECEIVERS
WITH CARD, $225 EACH.
"HONE 302-3943, 324-4260

2 KIDS Captain Twin Bed Sets

Mrs Marie Jones - Director | For Sale $500.00 each

-OFFERING-
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-MATH READINESS
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OFF JEROME AVE.
PO BOX CR-56576.

Exercise Machine $225.00
359-2139

ELECTRIC THREADMILL For
Sale has incline and full length
running platform $400.00

obo Tel: 356-0545

FOR SALE
Electric Stove - $250.00
Washer- $ 200.00
Tel. 323-1983

FOR SALE
Electric Stove - $250.00
Washer- $ 200.00
Tel. 323-1983





FOR SALE
Fridge $400.00 Stove $100.00
Bed Set $500.00 Night Stands
$100.00 ea
324-6264 after 6pm

GARAGE SALE SATURDAY,
JULY 8 & 10, 2006, 6am-9am,
St Andrews Drive, Blair St. 10th
house on left.
Good bargains and items.
Phone 393-5961.



FOR SALE
White Crib with mattress $120
Stroller (Med) $25
Stroller (Ig) $90
Car Seat $60
Booster Seat $28
Baby Tub $15
Diaper Genie $50
Carrier $55
High Chair $79
Potty $12
Potty Seat $7 s
Also available, household items.
excellent condition eg. China
Closet and Entertainment
Center. For viewing please*call
393--5961. i

ITEMS FOR SALE

SIX WEEK BODY MAKEOVER

PROGRAM $75 +...

POWER 90 EXERCISE BOOT
CAMP $40 :

AB RIPPER VIDEO/DVD $20
PHONE 242-326-1606, .
CELL 242-557-8665.

Living Room Set
(8pcs/beige/tan)
Computer desk & Chair $100
Weight Bench: $50
Juice Extractor (new) $20
Men and ladies bikes $70@
Lawn mower, BBQ Grill
Ph: 323-6895

MUST SELL! Used Bathroom
tub For sale good condition

$80.00 4368525

PANSATS, VIEWSATS AND
ALL OTHER CARDLESS
RECEIVERS, SALES,
SERVICE, REPAIR,
PROGRAM AND

INSTALLATION. CALL 325-
7280.

REFIGERATOR
For Sale $450.00
China closet for sale $450.00
Call: 361-6137

SATELLITE BOX $298.00
MOT-RAZOR PH $289.00
SATELLITE PHONE
CALL 340-1313.

TODAY TO SUNDAY
FAMILY/APT FRIDGE $299
FREEZER UPRIGHT $299
COMPUTER DESK $150
9 DRAWER BUREAU $225
CHESTER DRAWER $125
KENMORE WAHER $250
GE STACK WASHER/DYER
$500
19” CABLE TV $135
27" CABLE $275
32” CABLE $350
SOFA QUEEN $100
DOUBLE BED SET $200
SINGLE BED SET $150
EXERCISE BIKE $99
TREADMILL MANUAL $99
ELECTRIC SCOOER $399

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PARADISE ISLAND HARBOUR #3368
Mediterranean style 2 bed 2 bath condo in security
gated complex. Marble tle floors, modem European
kitchen, pool, hot tub, dock slip available. $795,000.
Nick. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.427.9778

PARADISE ISLAND #3370 Two bedroom

-2 bath condominium in beachfront gated com-

plex. Two pools, lounge and sunning areas, trop~
ical landscape, sandy beach access, parking.
$555,000. Mark. Hussey@SothebysRealty. com
242.457.4308

PARADISE ISLAND #3397 Adorable 2 bed,
2 bath villa. Wood ceilings, private pool, lush
garden, complete furnishings, tiled floors, new oven,
washer/dryer, lots of cabinet space. $495,000,
Lana.Rademaker@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

West Bay STREET #1034 Two storey.3
bed 2.5 bath family home with office. Great
ocean views, gazebo, deck, two 2.5 ton central
AIC, automatic generator & more. $925,000.
George.Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.362.4211



SANDYPORT #2864 Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath
home, on beachfront lot with private dock,
Large ground floor bedroom/office. Secure
gated community. $985,000.

Richard. Sawyer@SothebysRealty. com,
242.359.0367

WESTWARD VILLAS #3385 Immaculate,
turn-key 3 bedroom 3 bath family home with new
roof. new swimming pool, automatic generator,
manicured garden and much more. US$729,000.
Ridley.Carroll@SothebysRealty.com
242.477.7928

MontaGue HErGHTs #3306 Spacious
3,400 sq. ft. 3 bed 2 bath residence with | bed
apt. on double fot in quiet community. Tiled
floors, alarm system, A/C. House $495,000, lot-at
$239,000. Suzanne.Harding@SothebysRealty.com
242.393.1179 ‘

EASTERN ROAD #2575. Waterfront 2
storey villa, upstairs living/dining opens. onto
seaside balcony. Central A/C, tiled floors. quality
windows and doors, waterfront patio. $449,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305



SEAPOINTE #593 Beachfront 3 bed 3 bath
townhouse in the gated community of Port New
Providence. Swimming pool & cabana, Tennis &
Beach Club, private marina. Reduced to $695,000.
Virginia; Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

Harpour Mews, CaBLe BEACH

Two bed | bath townhouse in oceanside
gated community. Bonus loft space, enclosed
patio, I-car covered parking, furnished. $320,000.
Monty.Roberts@SothebysRealty.com
242.424.4944

#3256

LoTsS e& ACREAGE

YAMACRAW ROAD Single & muit-family lots - 80° x 100".
family. Prices start at $89,000.

Great Harwour Cay Elevated fot on ridge, sea view. $90,000. Waterfront 130° x 330’. $275,000.
Sout: OCEAN Single & multi-family lots from $90,000.

JACARANDA Residential lots 90’ x 120° from $120,000.

ELEUTHERA Oceanfront loc 90’ x 170° - $130,000.

Inpico Residential lots 60’ x 120° from $150,000. Triplex lot $170,000. 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.

10% down. Financing available on single

Love Estates Oceanview lot measuring I50 feet on West Bay Street x 380 feet deep. $549,000. —

DAMIANOS SOTHEBY’

EASTERN ROAD WATERFRONT #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

Dousie Bay; ELEUTHERA #3412
Beachfront 1.5 acre parcel with approximately
150 feet of pink sand beach x 441 feet deep
extending back to the Great Pond. US$ 1,050,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

RENTALS

Wesr Bay Srreer Oceanfront 2b 1b apt w/garage. $2,000.

DELAPORTE Oceanfront 3b 3b, sea views. $3,500.

NauTLCa Furnished 3 bed 2.5 bath townhouse. Gated complex with lake. $3,800.
SEAPOINTE 3b 3b townhouse, beachfront. $5,000.

SANDyPoRT {sland cottage Governor's Cay. $5,500.

West Bay STREET Oceanfront home, 4 bedrooms, office and garage. $6,000.

Sanpyrort Executive canalfront 3b 3.5b, dockslip. $7,000.

PARADISE Is. Harbourfront 3 bed 3 bath apt, dock slip. $7,500.

Istanps av Otp Fort Bay Key West style waterfront 3b 3b cottage, boat dock, views. $8,000.
Ox.p 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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have to-rise’ to meet
BEWU pay conditions

lm By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

AS MEMBERS .of the
Bahamas Electrical Workers
Union walked off the job yester-
day, interrupting services at the
corporation’s head office, man-

agement wa ned that if they gave __

in to the union’s pay demands,
BEC would have no choice but
to raise its basic rate of electrici-
ty.
Calling this latest industrial
action an “illegal” demonstra-

tion, management at BEC are ©

calling for members. of the
BEWU to bargain in good faith,
and act in a proper manner with-
out affecting the corporation’s
service to its customers. |

Speaking to The Tribune yes-
terday, BEC general manager
Kevin Basden said that the union
is seeking adjustments to.a num-
ber of issues that had already
been settled in the-union’s pre-
vious agreement.

He warned that if the corpo-
ration was to give in on every
union demand, it would have no
choice but to raise the basic rate
of electricity to the general pub-
lic.

Mr Basden explained that one
of these items was the issue of
retroactive pay for weekly work
hours that would extend, he said,
“back a number of years”.

“The union is alleging that
there is some outstanding issues
that need to be resolved. Meet-
ings have been held with the

Minister of Labour over the past,

couple of weeks to put in place
an arbitrary agreement for these
matters to be referred to. The
corporation agreed for this
process.



“However at the last minute

the union indicated that they no’

longer wanted this private arbi-
tration, and they then took
action. Our view is that the law
specifies the manner in which
issues or disputes are resolved
and there is a proper way for
them. to be dealt with, and we
encourage the union to deal with

_that,” he said. :
Mr Basden reminded the

union that all workers are there
to provide service to their cus-
tomers and that should still be a
responsibility that they take seri-
ously. He said the corporation

will have to look into what can:

be done to prevent such “illegal”
action happening in the future.
“We have always been open
and available for discussions. The
matter was in the hands of the
Minister of Labour' with a view

. of having this matter resolved.

So we were taken aback that per-
sons walked off the job.

“Let me also say that there is
an existing agreement between
the corporation and the union.
That agreement was signed in
2004 and it covers the period of
2003 to 2007. A number of the
issues that they are raising have
already been signed off and
agreed in that industrial agree-
ment,” he said.

‘Mr Basden gave as an example .

the working hours that were
reduced from 40 hours a week
to 35.

“The existing agreement cov-
ers the working hours quite
clearly,” said Mr Basden. “What
Ican say is that if the corporation
would give in to all the union
demands we would have no
choice but to raise the basic rate
of electricity.”

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@ A TAXI driver escaped serious injury in the early hours of vesiunday morning after his
vehicle struck this tree on John F Kennedy Drive

| Willie Moss

leaves Port
Authority

@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT - The Grand
Bahama Port Authority
announced Wednesday that
the position of deputy chair-
man held by Mrs Willie Moss
has been made redundant.

Mrs Moss is the third
Bahamian executive to leave
the company in the past sev-
eral weeks. Her departure
comes just two weeks after the
resignation of Barry Malcolm,

SEE page 11





(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune staff)

Bahamas to discuss
a new agreement
for the return of

Cubans captured in
Bahamian waters

@ By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

THE Bahamas will initiate
discussions for a new agree-
ment with the Cuban govern-
ment for the return of all
Cubans captured in Bahamian
waters as a part of new efforts
to prevent security breaches
at the Carmichael Road
Detention Centre, Immigra-
tion and Labour Minister

Shane Gibson told the House,

in a Communication yester-
day.

SEE page 11

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FNM skeptical
about govt's

school promises

@ By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE FNM is sceptical about
government’s ability to deliver
on its promises of school expan-
sion and new school construc-
tion.

Following a statement by
Public Works Minister Bradley

Roberts in the House of Assem- 3

bly yesterday, the FNM recalled
that every promise by this gov-
ernment to build a new school
has remained unfulfilled for
four years. ’

Yesterday, Mr Roberts in his

contribution to the House of :

Assembly, announced that a

SEE page 10

- $1.7m
worth of

marijuana

is seized
B By CHESTER ROBARDS.

ACTING on a tip, Operation
Bahamas Turks and Caicos offi-
cers seized 847 pounds of mari-
juana yesterday in the area of the
Marshall Road boat ramp.

Police suspect the drugs to
have a street value of almost $1.7
million.

According to police, around
four o’clock yesterday morning
officers noticed five men acting
suspiciously. When the men saw
the officers they fled the scene,
resulting in the officers giving
chase.

During an initial search of the

area the officers discovered sev- .

eral bales of marijuana. Further
searches by police uncovered sev-
eral more bales.

According to Superintendent
Raymond Gibson, who is in

charge of the Drug Enforcement -
Unit, officers found a total of 27

bales of marijuana.
The officers apprehend two of

SEE page 11

Ingraham
announces
he won't be
attending
NIA renaming
ceremony

lm By ROYANNE
FORBES-DARVILLE

CONTROVERSY brewed
yesterday in the House of
Assembly when Hubert Ingra-
ham, leader of the Free Nation-
al Movement, announced that
he would not be attending
today’s renaming ceremony for

‘the change of name from Nas-

sau International Airport to the
Lynden Pindling International
Airport.

Mr Ingraham informed the
Speaker that neither he nor any
member of the FNM, had
received an invitation to attend
the event.

“IT have just been handed an
envelope containing five invi-
tations for the renaming of Nas-
sau International Airport, need-

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Americans in the
Bahamas celebrated
their independence
on Tuesday with
parties and firework
displays

IN her third day as president
of the, College of the Bahamas,
Janyne Hodder addressed
members of the media for the

' first time.

She said that in order for her
administration to work well, it
will need the media’s interest
and support, as well as its criti-
cism.

Ms Hodder also spoke about
some of her aspirations for the
future of the college.

“My current mandate is to
lead the evolution of the col-
lege of the Bahamas to the Uni-
versity of the Bahamas,” she
said.

She praised the college for its
achievement in yielding highly
successful graduates, such as
James Jason Murray — an aero-
space scientist, Bornadata
Evans — a biochemist: and
Robert Glinton — a senior
researcher in artificial intelli-
gence.

“We must learn to say ‘our
college’ and ‘our university’ and

COB as one of the nations dear-

est possessions,” she said.
‘Ms Hodder contends that

every single person and family

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impact of the College of the
Bahamas, but assures the public
that the college will need their
help — “champions and critics
alike”.

She said she is pleased to

-address the media and public

during this exciting week, as
Bahamians honour a founding
father and remember the
moment the Bahamas became a
sovereign nation. —

“I was here then and am

back now to do good work in.

the service of this country,” she
said. . :
Mrs Hodder’s nomination for

“president of COB was met with

vocal opposition.
_ The Union of Tertiary Edu-
cators (UTEB) felt the college
was not being transparent with
the nomination process and oth-
ers thought COB needed a
Bahamian president.

All of this prompted her to
withdraw from the presidential
race earlier this year.

Mrs Hodder said that now :

that the she has been named
the new president, she feels
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Tourists
robbed on

Western

Esplanade

ANOTHER vacation in
the Bahamas has been tar-
nished after two tourists
found themselves without
money, credit cards or a
mode of communication after
a being robbed.

According to Assistant
Commissioner Reginald Fer-
guson, two women visiting
from Florida were robbed
Tuesday night around 9pm.

The women were report-
edly on the Western
Esplanade looking out at the
sea when a man allegedly
struck one lady with a bot-
tle, grabbed her bag and fled.

The woman reportedly had
$40 in cash, several credit
cards and a cell phone in her
bag. Her present condition is
stable.

Police are investigating the
incident.

Man faces
armed
robbery
charge

A 20-YEAR- OLD man

was charged with two counts ©

of armed robbery in Magis-
trate's Court yesterday.
Cabreo Wells was charged,

-while concerned with anoth-

er and armed with a cutlass,
with robbing Lefrandieu
Charlton of two-cell phones
and $200 in cash on Saturday
May 13,

A second count stated that

ir on the same day Wells, being

concerned with another and
armed with a cutlass robbed
Michaél Abraham of a cell
phone and $200 in cash.

Wells who appeared.

before magistrate Marilyn
Meers at Court five on Bank
Lane was not required to
plead to the charge and was
remanded to prison. His case
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18-year-old |
jailed for
weapon
offence

AN 18-year-old man was sen-
tenced to serve a year in jail
after pleading guilty in Magis-
trate’s Court yesterday to a
weapons charge.

Sean Bowles, alias Michael
Johnson, appeared before Mag-
istrate Carolita Bethel yester-
day to answer to the charge of
possession of an unlicensed
firearm.

._-* Bowles admitted that police

found him in possession of a
chrome .357 Magnum revolver
on July 1.

Magistrate Bethel sentenced
Bowles to serve one year in jail
for the on the weapon's charge.

Eleuthera
man fails
to appear
in court

‘A WARRANT of arrest was
issued yesterday for a 57-year-
old Eleuthera man who failed to
appear in court to answer to
drug charges.

It is alleged that on Sunday
June 25 at Prince George
Wharf, Carl Johnson was found
possession of three grams of
marijuana and 1/4 ounce of
cocaine. Johnson is expected to
be arraigned on the charge
before magistrate Guillimena
Archer at Court nine on Nassau
Street.

Man admits
to causing
grievous
harm

A MAN 20, pleaded guilty in

‘Magistrate's court yesterday to

the charge of causing grievous
harm.

It is alleged that Rodnel Poly-
dor on- Wednesday June 28
caused harm to Kennington
Rolle. Polydor is expected to
return before Chief Magistrate

_ Roger Gomez today. '

US tourist
in serious
traffic
accident

FREEPORT - An American
tourist is in intensive care at the
Rand Memorial Hospital fol-
lowing a serious traffic accident

_ on Tuesday.

According to police reports,
the accident took place around
1llam at the junction of East
Sunrise Highway. and
Somerville Drive.

It involved a tractor trailer
driven by a Bahamian and a
ented car driven by Anthony

-- ‘Andrew Fusillo, 59, of Florida.
Mr Fusillo was driving a

Suzuki registered to Red Kap

Rental. He was with three pas-

sengers.

’ Inspector Loretta Mackey

reported that the front end and

right fender of the Suzuki was

extensively damaged. The
trailor sustained slight damage
to the left front bumper.

All the occupants of the vehi-
cle were taken to hospital by
ambulance and treated for their
» injuries. Mr Fusillo is listed in

serious condition in ICU.

Mrs Mackey urged motorists
to be alert while driving and
exercise caution and care, espe-

-‘cially during the upcoming hol-
iday weekend.

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IF the Proposed Family and
Child Protection Act is passed,
grandparents could be man-
dated to care for children if
parents are found unsuitable
or are unable to do so.

Minister of Social Services
and Community Development
Melanie Griffin said this sec-
tion was one of the most con-
troversial in the proposed Act,
and is still under review.

“Grandparents don’t mind
having to take care of their
grandchildren if their children
are unable to do so but they
don’t want that mandated by
law,” she said yesterday during
a meeting for parliamentari-
ans on the proposed Act.

“This area of the Act has
brought some concern and
rightly so,” she admitted.

Mrs Griffin said her ministry
is taking aggressive steps to
ensure that the Act, once

passed, will be in the best
interest of all families.

The ministry invited a wide
cross section of persons to dis-
cuss the proposed legislation
including government and
opposition MPs, independent
representatives and senators.

“It’s an important piece of
legislation, so we’d like to have
as close to a unanimous vote
as possible before we take it to
parliament,” she said.

Another contentious area of
the proposed Act deals with
the responsibilities of fathers
of children born out of wed-
lock. E

“The way its worded leads
them to believe that they don’t
have parental responsibility,
but the proposed legislation
says that they have responsi-
bility — but first we must estab-
lish that they are in fact the
father, because the presump-
tions made of fathers in mar-
riages cannot be made in these

cases,” she said.

The Act would also raise the”

age of criminal responsibility
from seven to 10 years old, and
change many juvenile sen-
tences from committal to
supervision orders.

Minister Griffin is happy
with the feedback that her
ministry has received so far.

“There were a lot of legal
opinions offered today and it
has helped to shed some light
on some of these issues.

“T think that everyone is
aware of the state of the fami-
ly and the state of the
Bahamas socially and aware
that there has to be some
changes.”

The minister has also taken
the proposal'on the road, vis-
iting residents of Exuma and
Grand Bahama to get their
feedback.

She will be travelling to oth-
er Family Islands in the near
future, she said.

Customer’s fury at
BIC charges on bill

@ By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

A CUSTOMER of BTC
is outraged that the compa-
ny suddenly charged him for
calls that were omitted from
previous bills — some dating
back to last year.

He said a BTC employee
said the charges were omit-
ted because of a technical
problem. When contacted
yesterday, the company
could not confirm how
many customers were affect-
ed.
In an interview with The
Tribune yesterday, Adam
Darville claimed that he
received a cell phone bill for
$550, which he said was
“extremely high” because
his billings normally range
from $150 to $200.

After scrutinising the bill,
Mr Darville noticed that
there were charges dating
back to December 2005. He
also observed back-billings
from January to April of this
year.

He pointed out that when
he receives bills each month,
he pays them in full so that
there will be no bills carried
over. ,

After three days of trying
to contact personnel at BTC,
Mr Darville said that he
finally got someone last
week Thursday.

Mr Darville said that the

PA Reea te

man, whose name he did not
get, claimed that the “computer
system was not working and
that they had been missing
billings.”

“After you send me a bill,
you can’t come six months later
‘oh, we forgot something’. I paid
my bill in full when they gave it
to me, they can’t come back six
months later and say: ‘oh we
made a mistake, you owe us
some more money’.”’s

Barrett Russell, executive
director of Public Utilities Com-
mission (PUC), the regulatory
agency that oversees all utility
companies in the Bahamas,
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the billing and the circumstance
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“If we believe that there is
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it we will take the necessary
action,” he said.

In response to the claim, act-

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Leon Williams told The Tri-

bune that up to press time yes-
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Why the fe ar of foreigners?

AN AGGRIEVED Senator Philip € Sala-
nis in a letter published in the Letters col tumn
on this page today claims that we have m_issed

‘the crux of his first letter, published in The > 'Tri-
bune on June 19.

It is true that we discussed his first ! letter
point-by-point in this column and that th e dis-
cussion continued over four days. How ‘ever,
the columns could have continued even |: onger
because Mr Galanis raised many issue: s that
needed discussion.

However, the crux of his letter w: as his
resentment that a foreign journalist \ vould
have the effrontery to point out the fac :t that
“our educational system is practically defunct”;
that this country has a “massive block o f nigh
unemployable under-achievers”; that be :cause
of the lack of skills in language and n 1athe-
matics, no work ethic or sense of respo! nsibil-
ity, a growing number of young Bahamia_ ns will
not find jobs and will turn to crime; and = “with-
out foreigners, the Bahamas would imp! ode in
short order, leaving the native populat ‘ion to
catch conch and collect coconuts.”

Mr Galanis reminded Tribune Mai naging
Editor John Marquis that he was on ¢ 1 work
permit, and, if one were: to listen to F ‘oreign
Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell, Mr M Larquis
should be thrown out of the country fo r being
so bold. In fact Mr Marquis’ work perm it is yet
to be processed. The reason for this is that
behind the scenes there is pressure to r emove
him because he dares to tell the truth — the
same truth being complained of by many
Bahamians. If people like Mr Galanis would
read more carefully, they would reali se that
much of what Mr Marquis writes is the 2 result
of interviews with Bahamians who ai re con-
cerned about the direction in which thei r coun-
try is drifting. His columns are often a_reflec-
tion of the opinions of thinking Bahz imians.
But, is Mr Marquis to be denied free: dom of
speech because he is a foreigner?

We have no objection to readers-dij isagree-
ing with Mr Marquis and in fact challein ging his
observations. Nor does Mr Marquis;.. Those
of us who are in this profession we come a
healthy two-way debate. But we do cll bject to
whiners, who won’t face facts and war it those
facts silenced if spoken by a foreigner’ .

Mr Galanis says that as a Bahamiair 1 he has
worked his whole life to provide for hi is fami-
ly, and objects “to being characterisecl in con-
sistently negative terms ... I object on 'bizhalf of
myself, my family and my country,” fe says.

No one is writing about Mr Galani s or his
family. As a matter of fact there are > many
fine, hard working and successful Bah, amians
in this country — thank God for them . How-
ever, we are focusing on those Bah; amians
who are dragging this country down. W fe can’t
pretend that they don’t exist. If we ; do, Mr

Galanis, his family and all of us will w ake up.

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“Why do peopie believe that the only way to
build a nation is to constantly knock those
who are trying their best, day after day?” a
Mr Galanis.:

The truth is that no one at The Tribune is
knocking anyone who is trying their best. But
we do admit that we are hitting hard at those
who are in fact undermining Bahamians who
are doing their best.

For too many years Bahamians who were
not measuring up were lulled into mediocrity
by unmerited praise, particularly by politi-
cians. While they were slipping into the abyss
below there were those still shouting “Numero
Uno” from the mountain top. And one day

* this country awakened from its false dreams to
find that the world had moved on and indeed
we were no longer “Numero Uno” — number
one.

In January Minister Allyson Maynard Gib-
son told the Grand Bahama Chamber of Com-
merce that every investor in the Bahamas was
concerned about low productivity levels of
workers, especially Bahamian labour. She
warned that this could damage the Bahamas’
ability to attract foreign direct investment and
harm its economic competitiveness.

The executive vice president of the
Bahamas Hotel Association says that the
Bahamas could become “one of the least com-
petitive economies in the Western Hemisphere
in 20 years if it fails to come to grips with its
educational system to produce graduates with

skills and knowledge to compete in the.global.; :.

economy.’

Winston Rolle, Chamber of Commerce
past president, has complained of the defunct
educational system and warned that because

~ this country was not producing enough quali-
fied Bahamians to fill key posts, businesses
and developers were being forced to look out-
side for expatriate labour.
~ And no less a person than PLP MP Agatha
Marcelle, parliamentary secretary in the Min-
‘istry of Labour, recently warned that because
critical skills are lacking in the local Werk
force foreigners are necessary.

Why hasn’t Mr Galanis complained abut
the motives of these Bahamians, who are tru-
ly concerned for their country? Or does the
truth only hurt when it comes from the pen of
a foreigner?

_Mr Galanis wants Mr Marquis silenced,
not because of what he says, but because what
he says should not be said about Bahamians by
a foreigner. And despite this opinion, Mr Gala-
nis would have us believe that he does not

suffer from xenophobia. You know, an out-:

sider usually sees a society far more objec-
tively because he has no axe to grind — this is
the case with John Marquis, Managing Editor
of The Tribune.

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well to get over their fear of foreigners.

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‘vitriolic attack
in this country’

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THERE are elements in this
society that masquerade them-
selves as conscientious practi-
tioners of their trade. And the
disturbing thing ts, many, many
people believe them to have tie
best interests of the nation at
heart. But I have recently thought
about their deepest motives and
what I have found really troubles
me.

In the past month, I had the
occasion to take issue with an arti-
cle published in one of the dailies.






I wrote what I thought was a-

painstaking critique of the con-

. tents of that article and sent it to

several of the tiation’s newspa-
pers. Eventually it was excerpt-
ed in one and, after three weeks,
published in full in the paper in
which the original articie had
appeared.

Much to my surprise, my let-
ter provoked a four-day long dis-
play of bitter editorial invective.
Day after day, the editor attacked
certain parts of my letter over and
over, not being fair enough to
respond cogently to each point I
made, something that confirms
to me that my points were well
founded and there was no credi-
ble rebuttal possible.

Day after day, this Editor ham-
mered away al my personal
beliefs, as she saw fil to interpret
them, and ignored most of the
salient points of criticism I had
listed. And, day after day, pos-
sessor of the bully pulpit that is a
newspaper, she continued to
affirm my belief that some of the
Fourth Estate in our nation are
doing Bahamians and others a
grave disservice in this era of
iistantanéous transmission’ of
information.

My concern now has tran-
scended the topic of my letter and
of the article that it addressed.
My concern is the constant, vitri-
olic attack — because it has gone
far beyond journalistic free
speech and criticism — that .con-
tinues on a daily basis in this
country. It was not so much the
words that were in this article,
although they were steeped in
contradiction, inaccuracy and
false generalities; it is the whole
tone and intention of this article
and what it represents to the
national spirit and growth.

Why do people believe that the

only way to build a nation is to.

constantly knock those who are
trying their best, day after day?
Whether it is students, bus dri-
vers, hotel workers, politicians,
trade unionists or taxi drivers, as
portrayed by these journalists,
none of them ever do anything

well enough, expediently enough '

or with the proper motive.

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how the article’s unfair criticism
looked to tourists and investors.
To that I would reply, if this con-
stant unfounded condemnation
and censure icoks bad - and I
believe it does -- to the tourists
and investors, about whom we
need te be concemed as a tourist
economy, how dees it look + and
teel — to us, to our children, our
parents and our friends? What
kind of profound damage does it
do to the collective psyche of a
nation and its people?

How can you build a society
while constantly telling its mem-
bers that they are not good
enough, not professional enough,
not ethical and not trustworthy?
How can you expect a child to
learn when he ‘is constantly bom-
barded with messages that the
school he attends is part of a
“defunct” educational system?

How can our ambitious, law-
abiding young men and women
who are striving to become suc-
cessful continue -in the face of
constantly being labelled as “a
massive block of nigh unemploy-
able under-achievers, many of
whom made a living through drug
dealing and gun crime” and being
described as losers “with no skills
in the language or mathematics,
no work ethic and’no sense of
responsibility?”

And, after reading about how
“growing numbers of young
Bahamians can expect no place
in the employment market, mean-
ing many more will turn to crime
to make’ their way inthe world”
how’ can they inuster up the ini-
tiative to go job hunting?

The written word has power
and, with scathing and destruc-
tive words and ideas like this
appearing daily, how can we
expect not to see a self-fulfilling
prophecy in action? How can we
fail to produce resentful, bitter
young people who know in their
hearts that they are not like those
descriptions but who cannot.con-
vince employers who beheve
what they read in these purported
unbiased and fair-. minded
papers?

As a Bahamian who has






worked his whole life to provide .

for his family, I resent the fact
that I can rarely, if ever, read a
positive story about my country,
its people and its governance. I
object to being characterised in
consistently negative terms. I
object on-behalf of myself, my
family and my country.

I also wonder why it is that it
has become such a grave provo-
cation to take issue with a for-

eigner who expresses opinions
~ about my own country, opinions ~

with which I happen not to agree.
It is ail sight for him constantly to
s but not all right for us
to criticise him.

Ail of a sudden one is regarded
as a xenophobe. I ain not a xeno-
phobe. In fact, I fully appreciate
the many fine foreigners who
Hl sme to my country and
ped us to build what we
i have nad the plea-
sure of working with and learning
from many of them.

What I dislike, however, is the
attitude of those arrogant for-
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nity to scoff at everything
Bahainian and to tell us how
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we will be reduced to a nation of
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ers. Bahamians are capable of a
great deal more than that.

As I said in my letter, I suggest
that the journalists who work at
our newspapers today endeavour
to gain a.clearer picture of the

true Bahamas by acquainting ,

themselves with some of our local
high school and college gradu-
ates, our young, bright business
persons and our professional men
and women who are all a part of

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building this nation that they “

appear to be so abysmally
unaware of. I would suggest that,
before they paint us all with their
broad brush of negative rhetoric
again, they'do some deeper
research into our culture and our:
people.

I would again challenge our
journalists to take a good clear
look at our people and our nation
and recognise the good as well as
the bad, the positive as well as
the negative. I would challenge
our journalists to be fair and bal-
anced and tell the whole story,
not just one side. I would chal-
lenge our journalists to truly
shoulder their responsibilities as
nation-builders and not just
nation-criticisers. I would chal-
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as though they have a glass thatis .
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Guuidinhteaseub iain ane THURSDAY
Rally against | JULY 6
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Sant e Se* ' 8:30 The Life & Times of
marriages : ir. Lynden
in 9 m@ By MARK HUMES he said, was to cost $6 million. addition to the renewed promise _ for the construction of the new 10:00 ero eee
orga n ised In the newly approved _ to build new schools around, it | TG Glover Primary School has a ae Pindin Fie ational
AHEATED exchange over 2006/2007 budget, opposition was more thanconvenient thata —_ also been identitied.” Aiport g
school construction and expan- MP Alvin Smith pointed out, multi-million dollar primary Three years later, TG Glover 12:05 Native Son: The Journey of

A RALLY has been organ-
ised to support marriage being
defined in the Bahamas consti-

tution as a union between a i d ah : ap oe ; Ps as Sa inating’ Tae Pecos ar
opposition members on their minister has projected is in Over the last four years, If $30 million had. been 2:30 Pindling: The People’s
ee z a aaitake lacein feet repeatedly shouting, “no —_ excess of $24 million,” he said. this House has approved just approved [over four years], they 8:00 ae a Sane
gave sate on Satay July new schools” and “what hap- But the discrepancy pointed under $30 million for new should have started working,” | 4.58 2NS Neae Update oe
16 at 6.30pm : pened to the money?” out by Mr Smith yesterday is schools,” Mr Smith said. said Mr Smith. “The govern- 5:00 — Legends: Whence We Came
Or ae say the rally has The debate over schools con- not a first for Mr Roberts, asit “However, the government ment should not have done this Maureen Duvalier
Wana cheduled to correspond struction once again took cen-__relates to the education budget. _ chooses to use the building of _ to the children of that area.” 6:00 This Week In The Bahamas
ter stage in the House when In September last year, the TG Glover as a part of their Minister of Education Alfred 6:30 News Night 13

with 30th anniversary of the
founding of Rex Major and
‘Associates, and in celebration
of the 50th year of Rex Major
“being in the sacred gospel min-
istry”.
. “The purpose of this rally is
to give Bahamian citizens an
open forum by which to say
loud and clear that they stand
behind this recommendation -
that the true nature of marriage
as a union between a woman
and a man be carried out,” said
the organisers in a statement. —
The statement continued: “It

‘is indeed heartening that the

Bahamas Constitutional Review
Commission has made a specif-
ic recommendation to the
Bahamas government regard-
ing this matter.

The organisers said partici-
pants at the rally will ask. the
government to adopt the rec-
ommendation without delay.

In addition, during the weeks
leading up to the event, signa-
tures will be sought for a peti-
tion to the government.

Centres for signing will be set
up at Rawson Square, all the
post offices, churches and shop-
ping centers, among other place,
with dozens of volunteers in
Nassau and the Family Islands,
the statement said.

“Another goal for this occa-
sion is that at least 500 couples
would be. at the rally to renew
their marriage vows publicly
together,” it said. |

Pastor Major is also calling
on all church leaders to contact
him. A lunch for all concerned
pastors, elders and deacons, is
set for Wednesday from
12.30pm to 2.30pm at Grace
Community Church, Palmetto
Village.

sion brought the business of
the House of Assembly to an
abrupt end yesterday, leaving

Minister of Works Bradley
Roberts got up give his address
on the proposed TG Glover
Primary School and other
school projects.

After speaking in length
about the TG Glover project,
Mr Roberts went on to reveal
that, among other construction
projects, a new junior high

school was being proposed for”

the Heritage Subdivision in
Grand Bahama. This project,

only $11 million had been allo-
cated for the construction of
new schools. “So far what the

minister, appearing on Love
97’s talk show Jones and Co,
said the Ministry of Education
intended to spend $40 million
over 18 to 24 months to build
new schools.

However, a check of the
2005/2006 and 2006/2007 Draft
Estimates show that the amount
allocated for the proposed peri-
ods is only $20 million.

Now, with elections around
the comer, Mr Smith said that in

school is scheduled to be built
in Mr Robert’s constituency of
Bain and Grants Town.

election campaign.”

Mr Smith said there was no
reason why TG Glover could
not have been built earlier.

His comments come as Min-
istry of Education officials con-
tinue to refuse to disclose how
millions of dollars budgeted for
school construction have been
spent since the new adminis-
tration came to office in 2002.

As far back as 2003, Mr
Sturrup had said: “the location

Roberts announces approval
of replacement for TG Glover

MINISTER of Works and
Utilities Bradley Roberts
announced government’s
approval for the construction
of a state-of-the-art primary
school to replace the old TG
Glover Primary School. /

Addressing the House of
Assembly yesterday, the min-
ister said the new school will
meet the demands of both a
pre and primary school edu-

: . cation in the 21st century and

will be able to: accommodate
around 800 students.

To be constructed on Horse
Shoe Drive in Oakes Field, the
new facility will include three
pre-school classroom units, 24
standard classrooms for the

primary school, a science lab, .

library, art and music rooms,
and special education rooms.

Additionally, among other
things, the school will have a
covered lunch area with food
vendors’ stalls, and outdoor



M@ BRADLEY Roberts

sports facilities to include a
softball field, basketball and
tennis courts, and a track and
field facility.

According to Mr Roberts,
the school will be completed
within 18 months, and will cost

the government around $10,

million. ‘
In his address, Mr Roberts
also announced that a new

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eight-classroom block and a
gym to replace the one dam-

_ aged by fire will be built at the

RM Bailey High School.

CH Reeves Junior High
School and Mable Walker Pri-
mary School in Big Pond are
also slated to get new eight-
room classroom blocks.

Mable Walker will also get a
new administration complex
with connecting walkways. The

_ project at Mable Walker is

expected to be completed in
time for the beginning of the

~ new school year.

Grand Bahamians, said Mr
Roberts, can expect a new
junior high school in the Her-
itage Subdivision to accom-
modate up to 1,000 students.

The school is likely to cost
more than $6 million, and the
Grand: Bahama Port Authori-
ty has agreed to contribute

towards ‘the cost of construc-

tion, hé said.

In brief House in uproar as answers

students are still crammed into
trailers on the Albury Sayles
Primary compound.

Sears rose to say: “From 2002
to this year, the extensions and
expansion of schools alone will
have expended in excess of $30
million, almost $40 million.”
However these figures, too,
seem to be inaccurate — as the
document: Educational School
Extensions 2002 to March
2006, tabled in the House by
Mr Roberts, showed that only
$14.5 million was.spent on
extensions and expansions.

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ronmentalist.

Sam Duncombe, President of
re-Earth, said government does
not inform the public about the
pros and cons of new develop-
ments and does not explain how
those developments are going
to affect the country.

She said officials will only
respond when there is a public
outcry demanding to see an
Environmental Impact Assess-
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the government has done their
duty of diligence ... they need
to come to the people before
they create an EIA,” she said.

Mrs Duncombe said she
objects to the government’s

























insistence that it is ensuring that
all developments are environ-
mentally responsible.

“In an EJA, the public is sup-
posed to be a part of. that
process and they never are,” she
said. “For example, the plans
for the Athol Island golf course
and other amenities have not
been disclosed.”

Kerzner International, which
owns the Atlantis Resort, are .
the developers of Athol Island.

Mrs Duncombe thinks
Bahamians should be allowed ,' |
to say whether or not they feel °
comfortable with the proposal. *: ’

She claims Athol Island is the #
last natural refuge around New *
Providence that has not been .
abused by developers and that *
the Sea Gardens surrounding it ,
is the world’s oldest protected #
marine park.

Mrs Duncombe said the fact 7
it was taken off the protection
list is “insane”.

She noted that all tour oper- _—
ators who take tourists to see /
the gardens will be affected. +’.

“There are at least nine tour “: ’.
operators that use the area now, ?.
which is essentially going to put _
them out of business,” she said. -

“I know that I am not the +
only person who recognises this. *:
As a country, we are talking !
about 33 years of independence, _
but from what? ; 1.

“There is so little thought giv-
en to putting our citizens in *
positions where they can pros- ~
per by starting their own busi- -

“ness,” she said.

Ed Fields, vice president of **
Kerzner, declined to comment '
on the Athol Island project at:
this time. .

“T find it no surprise that Mr
Ed Fields of Kerzner Interna- *
tional declined to comment on:*
the development,” Mrs Dun-
combe said. “Developers and the
government keep silent until they -
are given the necessary green -
lights to move full steam ahead.”

Mrs Duncombe said that sad-*"
ly, these issues never come to’
the forefront until there is,
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donation

THE Providing Access To
Continuing Education program
(PACE) received a contribu-

-tion from Bahamas Orthodontic
Center this past Tuesday.

President of the programme
Jacqueline Knowles was on
hand at the Orthodontic Center
to receive the assortment of
baby items.

The PACE school was estab-

lished in 1970 under three gov-
ernment ministries — Health,
Social Services and Education —
and focuses on the continuing
education of teen mothers.
Mrs Knowles stated at the
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A MASSIVE power failure
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spin-off in terms of visitors to
that island, official opposition
leader Hubert Ingraham told
parliament yesterday.

Mr Ingraham’s appeal to
have power restored to Abaco
came a day after countless
Fourth of July festivities were
reportedly interrupted, and
residents in Abaco were
forced to endure 42 hours
without electricity.

“This past holiday weekend

‘for US residents would have

been a bonanza for tourist
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A stand-by génerator on
Green Turtle Cay has also
reportedly broken down and
residents there are suffering
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ages.

Mr Ingraham said: “It is
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were some outages on Mon-
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ed from unforeseen faults that
developed in two generators.

“These units were in fact
overhauled and the regular
maintenance was carried out
by the manufacturer’s repre-
sentatives on those two units,”
Mr Basden said.

According to Mr Basden, a
new power plant is expected
for that island and could be
up ‘and running in the next
three years.

“In terms of going forward
the short-term goal is to install













two smaller generators to
improve the present capacity
on Abaco,” Mr Basden said.
MP for North Eleuthera
Alvin Smith also voiced con-
cerns yesterday in the House of
Assembly about low energy

supply in his constituency.




Mr Smith also alleged mis-
treatment of staff at the power
station in Hatchett Bay,
Eleuthera.

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of diesel from a tanker has left
some workers ill, and claimed
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Sir Orville Turnquest on 33 years
— our triumphs and tragedies

Oy my most recent
radio talk show in

Grand Bahama, I had the plea-
sure of interviewing former gov-

ernor general, Sir Orville Turn- .

quest, who was gracious enough
to travel to the island just for the
occasion. Talking to Sir Orville
was truly an enlightening and
fulfilling experience. His knowl-
edge of Bahamian history and
breadth of experience in matters
political is a rarity in our land.
Above all, his ability to express
his thoughts with clarity makes
him a capable teacher.

Sir Orville and I talked about
many things centred on our thir-
ty-three years of national inde-
pendence — our triumphs and
tragedies. This much was clear
from Sir Orville’s thoughts, we
can celebrate a number of good
fortunes over the last thirty-three
years but we had some signifi-
cant missteps and do have some
challenges to which we must give
clear focus.

According to Sir Orville,
among our greatest achieve-
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democracy through the institu-
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I pointed out to Sir Orville
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hardship. Sir Orville pointed out
that the challenges we face going
forward include doing a better

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tecting our borders to address
our immigration problem;
improving the country’s policing
to ensure greater public order
and giving Bahamians a greater
sense of security where they now
lack it; and addressing the needs
of our young people to encour-
age them to contribute more to
our society.

These were indeed sound
words from a Bahamian patriot,
former deputy prime minister
and head of state. Judging from

listeners to the show, they were.

enthralled for two hours listening
to someone who has observed
the Bahamian national scene

before and after independence ~

from a most intimate and
informed vantage point. Indeed,
I was honoured by Sir Orville
and continue to be thankful to

him for his graciousness on the

occasion.

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THE NEXT 33 YEARS

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arithmetic, critical thought and
emotional intelligence;

e A renewed spirit of entre-
preneurship that compels more
of our citizens to create, inno-
vate and promote value in the
world;

e An emphasis and financial
willingness by businesses to gen-
uinely train workers in order to
provide them with the skills
(intellectual and technical) nec-
essary to truly enrich their work
environment and improve their
prospects for upward social
mobility;

e A commitment to Family
Island development based upon

.a sensible economic policy that

takes. into account both short-
term and long-term gains as well
as its impact on all stakeholders
involved;

e A new focus for the church
of Jesus Christ based upon
expressing his love; and

e A focus on personal deyel-
opment on the part of the mass-
es of individual Bahamians that
weans them from an overdepen-
dence on government and poli-
tics.

I may not have my desire
come true but I will work for it
to happen. In this, I will find pur-
pose and meaning in life.

TRUE PATRIOTISM IS
LOVE FOR THE
NATION’S PEOPLE

[= patriots wave flags,
enjoy national culture
and attend independence events.
However, none of these things
are why they are true patriots.
A true patriot loves the nation’s
people and any deed done is an
expression of that love. This said
then, true patriotism is a spiri-
tual act, born of an understand-
ing that God commands us to
love one another. It is in obeying
this commandment that we do

the greatest good to our nation‘

because it is in doing so that we
only do to others what we would
want them to do to us. |

With the greatest respect to
the many men and women who
serve in high offices in our
nation, their many words about
good governance and national
pride mean nothing if they are
busy depriving their fellow citi-
zens of the opportunity to earna
living through employment, a

contract or business develop-

ment. Any minister of the gov
ernment or member of the oppo-
sition, past or present, who con-
tacts a business to express his or
her disapproval about that busi-

ness employing, engaging or “

assisting someone whose political

persuasion differs {rom theirs is «:'
not a lover and there-:

a hater,
fore is no patriot. Any busi-
nessperson who responds to such

‘an evil disapproval is no patriot "

but is really a participant in an .”.’

act akin to treason against the * ‘

state. The state exists to serve '

its people and not the other way

around; anyone therefore who .’

is about the business of harming

the people of the state are work- 5

ing against the state.

4
Over the years, | have not .

understood the greater call to

love as clearly as I should have. ~~ .
In my public life, I accepted the "*"

challenge of doing as much as I
could in the positions that I held.
However,

if I had understood °

more fully the profundity of .'>.

God’s call to love through my \*

positions I would have made a

more meaningful contribution -

to the state.

This does not mean that I '
would not have had detractors .
still or that I would not have lost -

in a general election; after all,

Jesus had many detractors and «'

was crucified. What it does
mean, however, is that in that
moment when I reflected on my

mission in life and the extent to .
which I understood and focused *
upon it, I would have been satis- '

fied that I did all that could do

and like Jesus, I may have been
able to say, “It is finished”. I

have said before that expect to ;
‘ return to public life someday and

I still do; when I do, however, I
believe that the creature [ shall
be then will be far more patriot-
ic than the creature I was, not
because J will wave my country’s

flag any higher but because I will «

love its people that much more

profoundly. This would mean for -

me a revolutionary way of deal-
ing with politics and would bare
little resemblance to what I once
knew or what T now observe.
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‘Suitcase
of smiles’
for persons
with HIV

MEMBERS of the Greater
Philadelphia tri-state chapter of
Caribbean Tourism Organisa-
tion has made a presentation to
the All Saints Camp for persons
with HIV/AIDS.

The donation was made
through the “Smiles in a Suit-
case” programme, instituted by
PHL CTO in 2004.

New items are collected at
each monthly meeting then
board members travelling to a
member country deliver a suit-
case filled with these items toa
local charity.

To date, suitcases have been
delivered to the following char-
ities: Widow’s Mite Children’s

Home in Jamaica; Casa Cuna :

Progress Orphanage in Aruba,
Dorothy Menzies Child Care
Centre in Belize, Bethel
Methodist Preschool in Anguil-
la, Amazing Grace in Antigua,
Good Shepherd Home for Chil-
dren in Jamaica, BelAir Home
for Children in Grenada, Gros-
{slet Community Association in
St Lucia and various charities
throughout the Cayman Islands.

Pattie Mitchell, PHL CTO
vice president and charities
chairperson said prior to visiting
Nassau, she contacted the sales
office at Sandals Resort to iden-
tify an appropriate charitable
organisation.

She said the members were
happy to assist to All Saints
even in a small way.

The suitcase contained most-
ly children clothes, toys and toi-
letries.

“Hopetully there were a few
extra smiles at All Saints home
' with the goodies we packed,”
she said.



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@ BISHOP Walter Hanchell said:
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economies in the world.”

KEN Seymour said: “Our |
athletes can compete with the
world and win or be placed in the

achievements over the years.”

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important achievements of .

the Bahamas since 1973.

Most interviewees men-
tioned the development of
the tourism industry and the
forging of healthy relation-
ships with other countries.

A small number of per-
sons felt the nation had not
achieved anything substan-
tial and should use the
upcoming independence cel-
ebration to make a new
start.

“To be honest, we have
come far for a small nation
that has to stand on its
own,” said Antoine Adder-
ley. “The Bahamas has
established a great reputa-
tion with the rest of the
world. That’s one of the
things that make a nation a
great one.

He went on to say that the
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the event that tourism some-
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FROM page one

less to say this is indicative of the incompetence of
the government,” Mr Ingraham said, after making
an appeal for electrical power to be restored to
Abaco, which over the past few days has been
without electricity. The five invitations given Mr
Ingraham were for him to hand out to persons
who might want to attend today’s ceremony.
They were not for Opposition MPs.

“T have not received an invitation,” said Mr
Ingraham. “I would like to advise though, that my
wife who is a public school principal received an
invitation addressed to ‘Mrs Delores Ingraham
and Mr Hubert Ingraham’ and this was deliv-
ered to her.”

This revelation by the official opposition leader,
fueled a loud outburst from members on both
sides of the House and prompted Transport and
Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin to
respond.

She explained that it was “no big deal” that
the invitation was informally addressed: “Mrs
Dolores Ingraham and The Right Honourable
Mr Hubert Ingraham.”

“Due to the degree of interest of the function,”
she said. “(Mr Ingraham’s) personal invitation

would have been delivered on a separate occasion.

and has nothing to do with the envelope I just
gave him. So what he calls an incompetence ...
was the courtesy to accommodate other inter-
ested persons.”

Mrs Hanna-Martin said that as minister
responsible for the airport, she was responsible for
sending out the invitations.

Late yesterday afternoon Mr Ingraham’s invi-
tation was delivered to him.

“This is symptomatic,” Mr Ingraham told The
Tribune, “of the uncoordinated nature of this
government.” He said when the first PLP was in
office it had a Secretariat that dealt with all




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Ingraham

national events. “It was the same thing on our
watch. We never delegated invitations to indi-
vidual ministries for national events. In this case
two ministers (Mrs Hanna-Martin and Tourism
Minister Obie Wilchcomb) each claim responsi-
bility for the invitations. This is a case of the right
hand not knowing what the left hand is doing. It
is typical of this government.” we

Should Mr Ingraham not attend today’s event"
it will mark the second time that he has been
absent from a public function this year. ae

Mr Ingraham and FNM deputy leader Brent’
Symonette did not attend the reopening of par- '
liament earlier this year when the Speech from the
Throne was read by newly appointed Governot .
General Arthur Hanna. “

Mr Ingraham and Mr Symonette, tie were”
out of the country, complained that their notifi~’
cation of the opening of parliament came too .
late for them to reschedule their previous engage”
ments.

Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe main-"'
tained that all members of parliament received, :
invitations for the renaming ceremony.

Mr Wilchcombe said: “All members of the *

‘Opposition are aware of the event tomorrow .

but the truth is that the member for North ‘Aba-
co is simply refusing to attend and just wants to-
use a very small issue as an excuse, ” he said. “As”
former prime minister, and leader of the opposi-
tion, you should be there, because the country”
expects that from the leader of the opposition.” '
Independent Member of Parliament Whitney’
Bastian complained that his invitation was also-
missing. He said he had received nothing,’
although people in his constituency had received :
theirs weeks ago — even the school children who ”

will be performing in today’s event had theirs. " ;

FNM skeptical about govt's school promises

FROM page one

contract will be executed next
week for the construction of a
new T G Glover primary school.

However, the FNM said this is
now the sixth time since gov-
ernment’s election to office in
2002 that they have announced
plans to build a new T. G.
Glover Primary School and a
new Freeport Junior High
School.

“We can only hope that the
Minister of Works and Utilities
has now resolved his disagree-
ments with the’ Minister of Edu-
cation on how best to move the
government’s school expansion
programme forward and that
they have duly informed the
Prime Minister,” said an FNM
press release.

The FNM pointed out that
during the recently concluded
Budget Debate, government

than 12 new schools in New
Providence and the Family
Islands; to expand and remodel
another 18 schools in the Fami-
ly Islands; to do the same for
yet another 15 schools in New
Providence, and to build seven
new pre-schools.

However, the release said,
FNM parliamentarians could
not find the funding allocation
for this aggressive construction

programme in the 2006/07 Bud- '

get, nor were they able to elicit
from government an explana-
tion for the expenditure of some
$30 million borrowed over the
past four budget periods-to facil-
itate school construction pro-
jects — none of which has mate-
rialized.

It was also pointed out that
the “new down-scaled” TG
Glover Primary School will cost
just under $10 million, which the
FNM said is “considerably
higher” than the sums they
expended in the construction of

new state-of-the-art primary,
schools in New Providence. |,

“Only $6 million has been,
allocated in this Budget period
for this construction pro-
gramme. If T. G. Glover is to!
be completed within the next 18’
months then we can assume that
its construction and outfitting
will consume the.complete bud‘:
getary allocation for this year.”

The FNM pointed out that,
the government’s plan to return
to the old site of the TG Glover
School for the new construction:
is inappropriate. They reported
that a significant portion of the
site is a pit, the result of exca-
vations for quarry fill at the site
in previous years.

Additionally, said the FNM,
the site of the Mable Walker
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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 11



Willie Moss.
leaves Port
Authority

FROM page one

former executive vice presi-
dent.

According to a press
release issued late
Wednesday afternoon, the
company indicated that
last month the Group of
Companies was in the
process of making a num-
ber of major changes in its
organisational structure.

“These changes are con-
tinuing and as a result we
wish to advise that the
pgsition of deputy chair-

_man held by Mrs Willie A
M Moss has been made
redundant effective July
1,” it said.

Mrs Moss joined the
Port Authority as legal |
counsel in 1980. She was
later promoted to General
Counsel in 1986, and
appointed deputy chair-
mian in 1998. Mrs Moss
also held the position of
president from March
2003 until March 2005.

_. “We would like to thank
Mrs Moss for the invalu-
able contribution that she
has made to the GBPA
and Group of companies
fer almost 26 years.

“We are confident that
her deep commitment to
the growth and develop-
ment of Freeport and
Grand Bahama Island
shall remain, and we wish
her every success in her
fyture undertakings.”
ȢMrs Moss was the first
Bahamian woman to be
appointed to such a top
level position in the com-
pany. ;
u.Many Grand Bahama

. residents have been con-

cerned about the recent
departure of Bahamians at
the company in recent
weeks.
~ Julian Francis, former
CEO and chairman,
‘résigned on June 1 amidst
‘speculation that there was
growing tensions between
him and the company’s |
two major shareholders.
- The former governor of
the Central Bank was
replaced by prominent
businessman Hannes
Babak of Austria, who
wow serves as chairman.
Sir Albert Miller, who
fetired last year, has
returned as CEO.
» Initially, there was some
@pposition expressed by
/gome residents over the
4ppointment of a foreigner
is they maintained that
there were capable

Bahamians employed at

the company.

;° The late chairman
Edward St George had

‘always been an advocate .
‘for Bahamianisation at the
Port Authority.

*, Under his chairmanship
several Bahamians, includ-

“ang Mrs Moss and
‘Mr Malcolm, were
Appointed to top level
positions.

* And, before his death

-Ewo years ago, it is
believed that Mr St

. jGeorge was interested in
_~#aving Julian Francis join
. the company.

; Ima recent interview last

‘aveek, Sir Albert com-
mented on speculation
about the departure of the
‘number of Bahamians at
the company.

& He said: “There could
ery well be one or two
yareas where we might
rstreamline, but we have
‘not come to put a
‘bunch of Bahamians out of

‘«work.”




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FROM page one

Mr Gibson said that in view
of last week’s escape at the cen-
tre, certain initiatives must be
taken with both the government
of the US and the government
of Cuba on migration issues that
are adversely affecting the
Bahamas.

The minister said it is a known
fact that some members of the
Hispanic community in South
Florida have over the years been
systematically assisting Cubans
and other non-US citizens in
gaining entry into the US using a
variety of methods.

Last Thursday 20 Cuban men
attempted to escape through the
fence encircling the centre. How-
ever, only five got through.

The remainder were prevent-
ed from escaping by Defence
Force marines stationed at the
facility.

Mr Gibson said since this lat-
est escape it has been proposed
that a separate management
structure be established for the
detention centre with its own
rules, budget and trained staff.

While officials search for a
more permanent solution to the
security problem at the Deten-
tion Centre, it is proposed that a
10-foot concrete wall, topped
with razor wire around the
perimeter of the facility and
strategically placed surveillance
cameras be installed, in addition
to the installation of metal detec-
tion booths and scanners at the
entrance to the centre. /

The department, said Mr Gib-
son, will also move to employ 40
immigration guards for the man-
agement and security of the cen-
tre.

Over the years there have
been many escapes from the cen-
tre.

After an éscare on May 25
involving two Cuban women,
Carina Reyes Labra and Denia
Mercedes Abreu Martinez, the
Immigration Department
engaged the services of a guard
dog security company to provide
four guard dogs and four han-
dlers to complement the exist-
ing security.

During this most recent escape
only two guard dogs and one
handler were on patrol, making it
possible for the men to escape
through an area where cuts had
been previously made to the
chain linked fence by persons on

. the outside.

These cuts, Mr Gibson said,

were obscured by. buses owned
by the Department of Immigra-
tion that were parked next to the
fence. (
“At that time there were ‘no
guards on duty directly in front
of the dormitory which housed
the Cuban nationals,” Mr Gib-
son said.

The Department of Immigra-
tion has overall responsibility for
the detention of illegal immi-
grants at the detention centre
with assistance from the Royal

~ Bahamas Defence Force and the

Departmient of Social Services.

The Carmichael Road Deten-
tion Centre is the only one of its
kind outside of Krome Deten-
tion Centre in Miami. It can
house 500 persons.

It consists of four dormitories,
the fifth was destroyed during
an uprising at the centre in 2004.

The perimeter of the centre is

enclosed by two seven-foot,

fences, which are further pro-
tected by double strands of razor
wire at the bottom and the top.
Between January and June
this year, 4,615 illegal immigrants
were detained at the centre.

Drugs seized
FROM page one

the five suspects — a 30-year-old
Bahamian and an 18-year-old
Jamaican.

Police also seized two cars, two
12 gauge shot guns, five rounds of
ammunition and a fifteen foot
boat suspected to have been used
in the transportation of the drugs
to New Providence.

This is the second drug seizure
for the year in the area of the
Marshall Road boat ramp.

Gibson said that investigations
into the matter are in progress.

Bahamas to discuss a new agreement

Of this number 98 were
Cubans who usually remain at
the centre longer than other
nationals because of the repatri-
ation protocols between the



@ IMMIGRATION
and Labour Minister
Shane Gibson

Bahamas and Cuban govern-
ments.

A controversy erupted at the
beginning of the year over the
fate of Marialys Darias-Mesa and
David Gonzalez-Mejias, two
Cuban dentists who were appre-
hended in Bahamian waters

while attempting to join their
families in South Florida.

The Bahamas is signatory to
an agreement that stipulates that
all Cuban refugees captured in
Bahamian waters are to be
returned to Cuba.






Dr Darias-Mesa and Dr Gon-
zalez-Mejias were eventually sent
to Jamaica, from where they con-
tinued on to the US and were
reunited with their families.

However, there are some cat-
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tor for Sun Oil Limited and FOCOL (Shell licensee) was on: ’
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@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

FREEPORT - With thou-
sands of students now on sum-
mer break, three entities have
partnered to launch summer
camps throughout Grand
Bahama.

Gladstone ‘Moon’ McPhee,

an official at the Ministry of :

Youth, Sports and Housing,
announced that his ministry,
Urban Renewal and the City of
Freeport Council will run sum-
mer camps from July 11 to
August 4.

“T am extremely happy that
for the first time in Grand
Bahama we have come togeth-
er to work in unity for the bet-
terment of our young people to
have summer camps through-
out Grand Bahama for our chil-
dren,” he said on Tuesday.

The camps will run between
the hours of 9am and 2pm.

Parents may pick up registra-
tion forms at the Office of the
Prime Minister, the six Urban
Renewal offices, the Ministry
of Youth, Sports and Housing,
and at Social Services.

Mr McPhee believes that
thousands of students will ben-
efit from the camps, which will
be set up in the various com-
munities from West to East
Grand Bahama.

He said students will be able



ager.



@.GLADSTONE ‘Moon’ McPhee, official at the Ministry of
Youth, Sports, and Housing; Ann Percentie-Russell,.
parliamentary secretary in the Prime Minister’S Office; and
Inspector Noel Curry announce the launching of summer |

camps on Grand Bahama

to participate in nine sporting
events. He noted that the bas-
ketball camps will use gyms at
Jack Hayward and St George’s
High Schools.

All other sporting events
would be held at the Grand
Bahama Sports Complex, he
said:

‘Anite Bohéity, chief council-
lor for the City of Freeport, said
children part-taking in the sum-

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(Photo: Denise Maycock) °

mer camps will also. be exposed
to Bahamian cultural dances.
“Many of our children do not

know about our cultural dances

and we are incorporating a huge
dance troupe to teach them.

“It is wonderful to be able to
partner with government
because it important to reach
as many kids as possible and
not duplicate what anybody else
is doing,” she said.



(Photo: Carron Miller, The Como:

Summer camps launched
for Grand Bahama youth

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Mrs Doherty said camps have-”
been opened at Walter Parker’.
and the Teen Centre. ‘

She said the City of Hicepone
council camps will have already: ;
started and will end on August «

28. vt

Inspector Noel Curry, officer *
in charge of Urban Renewal;,
said the camps will keep chil!
dren occupied and off the’.
streets. 4

“We are very pleased to be
involved with the summer’,
camps and what this really does.»
is keep young people off the
streets because in previous - ‘
years we have seen children i int
the downtown area.” He

He said police officers will Be.
playing a pivotal role in over,
seeing the camps in Lucaya,-
Marco City, Pine Ridge, High
Rock, Eight Mile Rock and"
West End.

Outside of Freeport, Mer’
McPhee said camps are also’.
being established at the High
Rock Primary School,
McClean’s Town Park, West.
End All-Age School, Eight Mile - :
Rock High School gyms,
Bartlette Primary, and at thes
Hawksbill Park. ;

Ann Percentie, parliamentary.
secretary in the Prime Minister’s
Office, said that during the sunt -
mer, it is important that children“
are engaged in meaningful activ-
ities to occupy their time.



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Shop ping centre plan Abaco Markets
: — planning 10%

~ for Coral Harbour

+" By NEIL HARTNELL
/ Tribune Business Editor

Bahamas-based

developer yester-

- day told The Tri-
bune he planned

s. to break ground
’. next year on a 120,000 square foot
-shopping centre at Coral Har-

.. bour, taking advantage of poten-
’. tial investment projects and pop-

ulation growth in New Provi- .

dence’s “last frontier” for devel-
-. opment.
-"« — Tony Joudi, president of FTC
- Ltd, said the proposed shopping

centre would be located on:

almost eight acres of land at the
roundabout where the Airport
road, and roads to Adelaide Vil-
_lage and Carmichael, meet.
He added land use approvals

‘for the shopping centre had ©

already been granted, and final
architects’ drawings for the pro-
posed complex were being pre-
pared. ;
Mr Joudi, who is also a civil
engineer and contractor by pro-
’. fession, said that once the shell
of the shopping centre was com-
pleted, he would speak to real
estate brokers to see what their
clients’ needs were and whether
the complex would be suitable
for them. ai
The shopping centre aims to
exploit the population and com-

Bahamas-based developer aims to take
advantage of commercial, population growth

mercial activities likely to take
place in southwestern New Prov-
idence.

On the investments side there
is the proposed $1.4 billion
Albany Project, the high-end lux-
ury residential community that

will occupy a site close to the .

South Ocean hotel.

The Stillman Organisation, the
New York-based real estate
developer, plans to invest $500

‘ million in transforming the site
into a five-star, 1,000-room hotel
with a casino. Apart from the
hotel, the plans also include 1,000
residential units, an expanded
marina featuring at least 60 slips,
,a marina village with retail stores
and restaurants, and Greg Nor-
man championship golf course.

Then there is:the proposed
relocation of all commercial ship-
ping facilities from downtown
Bay Street to the new port locat-
ed between Commonwealth
Brewery and BEC’s Clifton Pier
plant, all providing a strong
potential customer base for the
shopping centre.

_ Besides the investments, Mr
Joudi’s FTC is currently devel-

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@ AN artist’s impression of the proposed shopping centre

oping two new subdivisions,
Hummingway and Riviera, in the
Coral: Harbour area. He is also
planning two more, Aqualeena
and Via Della Rosa, with the lat-
ter due to start “early next year”.
Via Della Rosa would encom-
pass 250 acres as a waterfront gat-
ed community, and lie east of
Coral Harbour and run east
towards Millars Pond.

Mr Joudi told: The Tibline::

“Coral Harbour has been the
sleeping town for over-30 years. I

saw the vision that the island had
to be balanced.

“The eastern side is complete-
ly built out, Cable Beach is com-
pletely built out, and the Lyford
Cay area, people can’t afford. We
are providing affordable lots for
middle and upper income
Bahamians.

“We see a lot happening in the
southern part of the island over

SEE page 8B

Retailer’s 10% same-store sales growth

of By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

" ABACO Markets, the BISX-listed retail-
er, yesterday said its same-store sales were .
up 10 per cent year-to-date, as it moves for-
ward with its plans to focus on the Nassau
and Freeport markets by agreeing the sale

_ of two other properties.

Gavin Watchorn, Abaco Markets presi-
‘dent who has replaced the retired David
Thurlow, said the company had reached an

. agreement to seli Solomon’s SuperCentre’s
‘. former Cedar Street property in Freeport.
In addition, the company also expected to
complete the sale of its Solomon’s proper-

. ty on Treasure Cay, Abaco, “by the end of





this month”.

Mr Watchorn said the proceeds from the
already-completed sale of the Solomon’s
SuperCentre on Abaco, which was com-
pleted on June 30 for $3.75 million plus the
cost of inventory, and the Cedar Street dis-
posal would enable the company to “sub- —
stantially remove” most of its debt owed.
to the Royal Bank of Canada.

On the Cedar Street property, Mr
Watchorn said the sales agreement includ-
ed a clause that would enable Abaco Mar-
kets to lease back a portion of the building ~

Retailer reaches agreement to sell two |

yroperties



for its operations.

f
y

He said: “We have reached an agreement
that is not quite final yet, but we expect to
close it in the next two to three weeks.” »
The purchase price, Mr Watchorn added,
was “very close to our carrying value”.

“With the proceeds from that sale, and
the sale of Solomon’s in Abaco, we will
have substantially removed all that Royal
Bank debt,” Mr Watchorn said.

SEE page 6B —

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@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business
' Editor

ABACO Markets, the
BISX-listed retailer, is plan-
ning to invest $2.5 million in
taking a 10 per cent stake in
BSL Holdings, the buyout
group that is hoping to close
its acquisition of Winn-Dix-
ie’s majority stake in Bahamas
Supermarkets later this
month. Be

Gavin Watchorn, the com-
pany’s president, yesterday
confirmed to The. Tribune that
Abaco Markets was propos-
ing to take a minority stake
in BSL Holdings provided the
group was able to close the

Dixie’s 78 per.cent stake.
He said: “We’ve commit-

amount of that [$2.5 million]
as part of the $5 million
deposit that BSL Holdings
put down.”

Mr Watchorn said Abaco

ance of its $2.5 million once
the deal closed.

He added that the BISX-
listed retailer would use some
short-term borrowing to com-
plete the balance of its BSL
Holdings investment, but this
would be rapidly repaid from
the proceeds of its divestment



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programme (see other story
on this page).

Therefore, Abaco Markets
will ultimately finance its
minority stake through its
own resources.

Abaco Markets executives,
though, pointed out that no
talks were being held about
merging the company with
Bahamas Supermarkets,
which owns the :12 stores in
Nassau and Freeport that cur-
rently operate under the
Winn-Dixie and City Markets
brands.

“We must make it very
clear that there are absolutely
no talks at this time as it
relates to a merger,” Craig.





SEE page 8B

Guana Cay opponents plan

@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Business Reporter

THE Save Guana Cay Associ-
ation is preparing a petition to
make a special application for
leave to appeal to the Privy Coun-
cil in London, after the Court of
Appeal dismissed its application
to appeal to the higher court last
month.

Fred Smith, the Association’s
attorney, said yesterday that his
clients were “obviously disap-

pointed” that a stay was not given

against the developers of the $175
million Baker’s Bay project, and
that they were not granted leave
to appeal to the Privy Council.

However, he said they have
engaged a British legal team to
begin the process of applying
directly to the Privy Council, in
the hope they will be able to
appeal the development by Dis-
covery Land Company.

The Court of Appeal had dis-
missed the Asociation’s applica-
tion to appeal to the Privy Coun-
cil the decision to allow the devel-
opers to resume work on the pro-
ject, relieving them of their vol-
untary undertaking in November
2005 not to do any more work.
The application for an injunction

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direct Privy Council appeal

against both the Government and
the developers was also dismissed.

The Court of Appeal described
the application as being without
merit and ordered the Associa-
tion to pay costs worth $18,000.
The court also criticised the Asso-
ciation for attempting to litigate
the case through the media.

The parties are still awaiting
the decision of Supreme Court
judge Norris Carroll, who heard
the case on its merits and sub-
stantive issues, but has yet to rule.

Mr Smith said the Association
was hopeful that the Privy Coun-
cil would agree to hear their appli-
cation and grant a stay before any
“further” work could take place.

He reiterated that his clients
were passionate on the issue of
Guana Cay, and did not intend to
let anything stand in their way of
their rights to fight for the pro-
tection of the environment Mr
Smith said Family Islanders are
frustrated that Nassau treats them
like “colonies”.

“But they had their own cul-
ture and heritage and have had
for years,” he said. “The people of
Guana Cay have a right to par-
ticipate in the process and will
continue to agitate against the
project.”

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The RBC Royal’ Bank of Canada 2006 National Swimming Championships begin on July 6and
continue through July 9, 2006, at the Betty Kelly Kenning National Swim Complex. The competition, |
organized by the Bahamas Swimming Federation (BSF), features athletes from 7'swim clubs. The pollaranty











__ years, “We are very proud to
vice president, RBC Bahama

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The Bahamas Swimm n (BSF) is responsible for the development, promotion and
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RBC has sponsored the Bahami

that will be competing this year. We wi

Tickets for the events can b

_ The Bahamas Swimming Eieiaiie

ar’s Swimmers

hamplonais Included ints yar competion

Keith Lloyd ha

js participating in the National Sv
Championship forthe second time this year. He =
belongs to th ees Swim Club and is a student

at St. Thomas More. The 10-yearold won two relay

gold medals at the National Championships last
year He is the Son of Keith Lloyd, Manager, Personal
- Financial Services-RBC Prince Charles Branch,

Dustin Tynes

Dustin Tynes is no stranger to competition. The

— -20-yearold, 4th gtade student at Nassau Christian

_ Academy and member of Sea Bees Swit Club has
been swimming for four years, with this marking his |
-thiid national competition. To date he has received

three gold medals, two silver medals and one —

> bronze. His favorite event is the 100-meter
| breaststroke and he hopes to one day compete in
. the Olyenpies and receive a medal. Dustin is the son
ef Donna Tynes, Manager, Customer Service at the

RBCs Mackey Street Branch.

of Royal Bank of Canada,

year-ol
‘humerous me | |
ens and has a certificate of participation in the

events begin with an opening ceremoriy at 5:30pm on July 6, 2006 atthe swim complex,
| tional Swimming Championships for 23 consecutive
rt of this terrific event,” said Ross McDonald, senior

esident, RB mas and Caribbean. “Sponsoring the Bahamas Swimming Federation Is a
great way for us to give back to the communities we serve. Some of our own employees have children
ind all ofthe competitors the best of luck.”

the door. The Betty Kelly Kenning National Swim

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e children of local REC employees.

been swimming with the Swift
rtwo years and this will be her
e national corpetition. The
student at St. Andrew's has won
als and ribbons at several swim

‘Safetys Course. Deirdre enjoys coaching:

younger children under the supervision of her

coaches. She will attend Trinity Boarding School,

Pott Hope, Ontario, Canada in September and plans

to join the swim team at her new school, Deirdre Is
the daughter of George Roache, Vice-President,

Commercial Markets-RBC Bahamas & Caribbean

Chadeau Wilson

-Chadeau is swimming in several events In the
upcoming RBC Royal Bank of Canada National
Swimming Championships which include: 200 Free,

individual Medley (IM), and Breast, 400 Free, and
\M,100 Free, Back, Breast, and Fly, 50 Free, Back,
Breast, and Fly, Chadeau Is also a member of the
Bahamas National Water Polo team. He Is the son of
Larry Wilson, Manager, Financial Planning &

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Small, medium and large business enter-
prises must be aware of the legal implica-
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which it can be processed;

* “personal data” means information
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identified either from the data or from
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data controller;

e “data controller’? means a person who,
either alone or with others, determines
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e “data processor” means a person who

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national security, information that is
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the public by the data controller, and infor-
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oses.

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that 11 of the customers needs are satisfied.

_ ¢ Ensure all loans are granted in compliance with the Bank’s lending

policies and guidelines.

¢ Monitior and control loan portfolios to avoid delinquency.
* Perform constant follow-up on delinquent loan accounts.

purposes.

* The data should be adequate, rele-
vant and not excessive in relation to the
purpose for which it is kept.

* The data should not be disclosed in a
manner that is inconsistent to the purpose
for which it is kept.

* The data should not be kept for longer
than is necéssary, except where the data is
historical, research or statistical data.

‘* The data should be kept securely from
unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure,
destruction or accidental loss.

An individual has the right of access to
personal data kept on him under Section 8
of the Data Protection Act, except where
the personal data is kept for the purposes
of preventing, detecting or investigating
offences; prosecutions, tax collection or
assessment; or if such personal data is
prejudicial to the security or maintenance
of good order in a prison or detention |
centre.

However, the right of access does not
apply to legislation for the protection of
individuals against financial loss arising
from dishonesty or malpractice; legal pro-
fessional privilege; matters relating to the
protection of the international relations
of the Bahamas; and statistical, research,
or back-up data.

Section 10 of the Data Protection Act
provides an individual with the right of

' rectification or erasure for personal data |

that is inaccurate.

An individual is also ationded the right
to prohibit the processing of personal data
for the purposes of direct marketing, under
Section 11 of the Data Protection Act.

The data controller has a statutory duty
of care to the data subject, imposed upon
him/it by Section 12 of the Data Protection
Act, and the data subject may bring a law-
suit against the data controller for breach
of this statutory duty of care, where applic:
able.

Notwithstanding the fact that the Data
Protection Act provides protection against
the disclosure of personal data generally,
under Section 13 of the Data Protection
Act, such protection may be overridden in
the following GHP MEISTanCeS:

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PUBLIC NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |,.MICHEL THOMAS of
Carmichael Road and Fire Trail in the Southern District of
the Island of New Providence one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas, intend to change my name
to MICHEL CADEAU. If there are any. objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief
Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than
thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.



Requirements:

| SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
(MIS DEPARTMENT)

QUAL IE Anos
Associate/Bachelors degree in related area
(Certification a Plus)
2 or more years related work experience
Knowledge of networking(TCP/IP) and operating
systems, hardware and
Microsoft Office Suite
Knowledge of Cisco networking equipment (routers,
switches and firewall)
Knowledge of Windows 2003 Server
Knowledge of Lotus Domino .
Exposure to Healthcare Information Systems cls)
a plus but not essential
Excellent communication and troubleshooting skills
Knowledge of SQL
Programing knowledge a plus

POSITION SUMMARY

The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Supporting a Windows 2003 Server (Active Directory)
Environment
Supporting Microsoft ISA Server
Providing Network support
Providing technical support and problem resolution
via the Helpdesk for users
Testing, repairing and maintaining equipment
Researching, implementing new technologies

Position is subject to weekend "on call" and shift rotation
Salary commensurate with experience
Excellent benefits

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Doctors Hospital | P.O. Box N-3018 | Nassau, Bahamas



CUSTOMER SERVICES OFFICER

Candidate must be able to provide exceptional
customer services including but not limited to:
meeting and communicating with customers; _
accurate and timely processing of customer
transactions; monitoring of transactions for
potential money laundering and deputizing for
Department Head whilst the latter is absent on
leave.

° BA degree in Business or Finance

¢ A minimum of five years Customers Services
experience within the Financial Services industry

e Commercial Orientation

* Excellent Communication Skills (Written and verbal)

¢ Excellent Organizational Skills

¢ Excellent Interpersonal Skills

* Computer Literate (MS Office)

¢ Working knowledge of Money Laundering and
Financial Transaction laws and regulations

¢ A Team Player

¢ Ensure loan and security files are completed and properly maintained.
e Constantly increase lending by marketing the Bank’s products and
services.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

¢ Associates Degree in relevant area (e.g. Accounting/Business
Administration/Finance) .

¢ Three to five years banking and lending experience

¢ Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

¢ Strong negotiation, and analytical and organizational skills

¢ Computer literate-A bility to use MS Word and Excel

Fringe Benefits include:

¢ Life and Health coverage
* Pension

Interested persons should submit their Resume along with a
Benefits include: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and police Certificate and two (2) Character References to:
qualifications; Group Medical (includes dental and vision) and life

insurance; pension scheme. Manager Human Resources

Interested persons should apply no later that July 21st 2006 to: ae ox N-4917
The Senior Manager, Human Resources & Training ai oereae
Bank of The Bahamas International
P.O. Box N-7118 Application Deadline: Friday, 07 July 2006

Nassau, Bahamas




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THE TRIBUNE

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PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |.MICHEL THOMAS of
Carmichael Road and Fire Trail in the Southern District of
the Island of New Providence one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas, intend to change my name
to MICHEL CADEAU. If there are any objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief
Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than
thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

Date Stolen: between 11:00 p.m. on May 18, 2006 and 6:00
a.m. on May 19, 2006 | :





@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Business

Reporter

BIMINI residents may not
be too thrilled about the pro-
posed government plan to
exchange Crown Land with
land earmarked for the Bimini
Bay development, a prominent
islander warned yesterday.

District council member and
outspoken Biminite, Leroy
Edgecombe, told The Tribune
that many residents had
expressed concern about the
recent suggestion by Financial
Services Minister, Vincent
Peet, that the Government was
considering exchanging land

-with the developers to min-
imise the environmental
impact their project could have
on that island.

Mr Edgecombe said the
announcement came as a Ssur-
prise to Bimini residents, as
there was no consultation with
them on the matter.

Perception












Location of Theft: The Cove, Gregory Town, Eleuthera

Description: 1998 32 ft. White & Blue Intrepid with two
250 hp Yamaha Outboard Engine

Registration#: n/a





Name of Vessel: n/a

A reward of $5,000 is being offered for any information
leading to the recovery of the vessel or the arrest and
prosecution of the culprits. . :

Please call 919, 326-1449 or 328-4962

He said the perception is
that the exchange was not a
good idea because it would

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We offer an attractively structured compensation and reward package as well as performance bonuses.
Applications with detailed résumés should be submitted no later than 14th July, 2006 to:

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take more property away from
the residents.

“ He [Bimini Bay developer
Gerald Capo] cannnot
exchange his wet land for dry
land,” said Mr Edgecombe.

Pointed

He pointed out that while ~

there were hundreds of foreign
workers engaged on the Bimi-
ni Bay project, local Biminites
were finding it increasingly dif-

ficult to find employment and |

pay their bills.

Mr Edgecombe said resi-
dents feel that Bimini Bay was
not in the best interests of the
island and needed to be scaled
back.

For example, he noted that
the project called for 2000 con-
dominium units, If these were
all filled:-with just two people
per unit,-it would flood the
island with 8,000 people.

“ It needs to be scaled back,”
he said.

Mr Peet said that in the ini-
tial ‘negotiations with Bimini
Bay’s developers, RAV
Bahamas and its principal, Mr
Capo, the previous FNM gov-
ernment may have been over-










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. PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, NORLON HUBERT
HANNA of 158 Vancouver Rd, Freeport Bahamas, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, intend to change my name to NORLON
HUBERT ROLLE. If there are any objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to
the Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box F-43536, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of publication of this notice.

oncern over possible
Bimini land exchange

ly generous.

He said the initial agreement
was put in place by the previ-
ous FNM administration, but
added that the current gov-
ernment was in negotiations
with the developers. to
exchange some of the land to
make the development more
eco-friendly.

_Mr Peet said the Govern-
ment was working to exchange
the more environmentally-rich
land with smaller parcels of
land better suited for develop-

Added

He added that the Prime
Minister was committed to
working with the Bahamas
Environment, Science and
Technology Commission
(BEST) to minimise the envi-
ronmental impact on Bimini.

“All the projects which we
have approved have had strict
environmental and BEST con-

: ditions.

“At every stage of develop-
ment there has to be BEST
approval. There are no blan-
ket approvals given,” said Mr
Peet.



Aveits Ltd 4

Bahama Hand Prints will be closed for
renovations on Saturday July 8th, Sat July
15th, Sat July 22nd & Sat July 29th. We
apologize for the inconvenience.

Business will be as per usual Monday’s
through Friday’s 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.















Lecture:

event.

in the MOH.

The Kidney Foundation of the
Bahamas cordially invites the
general public to

attend a lecture

On THURSDAY July 6th 2006 at
7:30 p.m. at The College of the

Bahamas, U.W.I Restaurant

Topic: “ADVANCES IN KIDNEY
TRANPLANTATION and the
PROSPECTS FOR KIDNEY —

TRANSPLANTATION IN THE BAHAMAS”

Dr. Phillip BELITSKY
Professor Emeritus
Faculty of Medicine
Dalhousie University,
Nova Scotia, Canada.

EVERY dialysis patient, their families and
friends, as well as doctors, nurses, social
workers, counselors, health care providers,
MOH officials and the general public should
make a special effort to attend this important

This is a groundbreaking milestone in
Medicine for the Bahamas, SO PLAN NOT

TO MISS THIS ONE!!!

Introductory remarks by Dr. Ada Thompson,
president of the KF'B and Dr. Robin Roberts,
Consultant Urologist and Transplant Surgeon























INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY




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JULY 6TH, 2006
oe MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES

‘LOT NO. 1490 GOLDEN GATES SECTION 2

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot no. 1490 of the subdivision known and designated as
Golden Gates, the said subdivision situated in the southwestern district of New Providence, bahamas. This property
is comprised of a 25 yer old single family residence consisting of approximately 2,480 sq. ft. of enclosed living
space with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, living, dining rooms and kitchen. The land is on a grade and
| level, however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the posibility of flooding during annual
heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, ith improvements including driveway, walkway and
low shrubs. Yard is enclosed on one side wth a 5 foot chain linked fencing and a low cement block wall to the

front.
Appraisal: $162,616.00

Traveling west on Carmichael Road turn left then right onto the service road opposite Bahamas Faith Ministries Complex, then first left again after passing clico and pre-school.
The subject house is the 6th house left painted green trimmed white. Ae



KENNEDY SUBDIVISION
(NASSAU)

Lot no. 21 all utilities available 10 year old single story house, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, living room, dining area, family room, kitchen, study, laundry
and an entry porch.

Appraisal: $188,406.00

Heading west along Soldier Road take main entrance to Kennedy Subdivision on the left, then take the 1st corner on the left then 1st right, house

is second on your right with garage.

i

<<. . . MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 40,000 sq ft being portion of lot #120 of the original Murphy Town Corwn Allotments,
Abaco, Bahamas. One of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised a single storey concrete structure
consisting of approximately 1,000 sq ft of enclosed living space, with three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, dining room and kitchen. .
The building appears to have recently undergone refurbishment. The property is enclosed with chain-link fencing and partially lanscaped.

Appraisal: $144,350.00

ee This property is situated off the front street, Murphy Town, Abaco.

MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)

Lot #60 with a structure, lot size 60 x 115 ft., 6,900 sq. ft., 10 ft., above sea level but below road level and would flood in a severe hurricane
the duplex has dimensions of 60 ft by 30 ft partly of wood and partly of cement blocks with one section virtually finished and occupied with -
blocks up to window level and floor ready to be poured. The roof is asphalt shingles, the interior walls and ceiling are of 1x6 pine and the
floor of ceramic tiles. The finished work is average/below, 2 bedrooms, one bath, living/dining. The occupied portion of the structure is not
complete. Age: 10 years old.







Appraisal: $60,540.00

LOT NO. 68 WOODLAWN WAY
WINTON HEIGHTS
(NASSAU)

All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 14,897 sq. ft. being lot 6, block 13, in the Subdivision known as Winton Heights, this
| property is comprised of a 26 year old 11/2 storey single family resident consisting of approximately 2,567 sq. ft. of enclosed living space
with 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, upstairs and downstairs consisting ofa foyer, guest:bedroom and bath, laundry room, kitchen, powder room,
sunken living area, tv room and dining area. Climate control is provided by wall air conditioning units throughout the house quality of construction
and maintenance is fair as a good amount of remedial work is needed on the roof and plumbing system. The effective age of the building is
seven years the property is rectangular in shape on flat terrain, and on a level grade slightly elevated above the road to disallow. flooding
during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds improvements include a concrete wall with two double gates at the front with chain-link
fencing otherwise, open patios at the front and back, and a 20,000 gal rainwater cistern under the front patio overall, the grounds are attractive





and well kept. "ak

Appraisal: $387,647.00

Traveling east on Prince Charles Drive go pass Winton Super Value, then second left to T Junction, turn right at T junction and the subject property is the third house right painted
yellow trimmed white. :



INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL
LOT NO. 433 GOLDEN GATE SECTION 1
ee (NASSAU)

All that lot of land having an area of 5,000 sq. ft., being lot No. 433 of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates, the said
| subdivision situated in the southern district of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of a 28yr old single family residence

| consisting of approximately 1,342 sq. ft on enclosed living space with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, living, dining rooms, utility room and kitchen.
The land is on a grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual
heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs and trees. Yard
is enclosed with chain linked fencing and a concrete wall with iron gate to the front.



Appraisal: $188,702.00
Traveling south on Baillou Hill Road and make a left just pass the stop light at the junction of Carmichael Road, follow the Curve around then
first left again. At the t-junction turn left the subject house is the 2nd house right painted pink trimmed white with wall in front.

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7 LOT NO. 413 ;
ST. MARTEEN ROAD, GOLDEN GATES

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot 413 St. Marteen Road of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates
No. 2, situated in the southwestern district of New Providence, Bahamas. Located on the property is a structure comprising of an approximately
20 yr old single familiy residence consisting of approximately 1,052 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living/dining
room, and kitchen. This land is on grade and level and appear to be sufficently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual
heavy falny periods. The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed with chain
linked fencing. :

Appraisal: $144,297.30



Traveling south along Blue Hill Road, turn right onto St. Vincent Road. which is the 4th corner after passing the Golden Gates Shopping Centre.
Take 1st corner right - Toria Street, then right onto St. Croix Road, turn left again onto St. Johns Road then first left onto St. Marteen Road the subject property is the 7th house left

painted white trimmed aqua.
| - VACANT PROPERTIES in




LOT NO.1 HOPKINS DRIVE CORAL HARBOUR
All that lot ‘of vacant land having an area of approximately 17,557 sq. ft. Being lot no.1 And is situated on hopkins drive of the subdivision known and designated as Coral Harbour,
the said subdivision situated in the western district of New Providence Bahamas. This area is zoned residential single family with all utilities and services available. The land is ona
grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual rainy periods of the year.

APPRAISAL: $105,342.00

Directions: take Coral Harbour road from round about, head straight towards canal, take the third corner on the right Hopkins Drive. Take Hopkins Drive all the way towards end
of road heading north, the subject property is located on the left just before unpaved road and southern side of Country Club Road and the western section of Coral Waterways

Subdivision.



‘ RAINBOW SUBDIVISION LOT NO. 3 BLOCK 27 (ELEUTHERA)

All that vacant iot of land having an area of approximately 14,052.59 sq. ft. being lot no. 3, block 27, of Rainbow Subdivision with residential zoning. This property is bounded about
103.44 ft north by Queens Highway, and 137.02 ft. east and about 99.94 ft south of Rainbow Hill Circul 139.91 ft west, all utilities and services available.

Appraisal: $37,4400.00

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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FROM page 1B

The Abaco-based Solomon’s
SuperCentre was sold to Price
Right operator Chad Sawyer
and his business partner, Super
Value’s Rupert Roberts.
Although Mr Watchorn
declined to reveal the identity of
the purchaser of Solomon’s on
Treasure Cay, it is understood
to be Lowell Albury.

Abaco Markets’ plan to focus
on its core Nassau and Freeport
markets means that it is seeking
to divest all the stores and assets
it holds outside New Providence
and Grand Bahama, meaning
those operations in Abaco and
the Turks & Caicos.

“We have discussions going
on for Cost Right Abaco and
some discussions for Cost Right
Turks, but there’s nothing defin-
itive on those yet. We'll contin-
ue to manage those until we
finalise a divestment,” Mr
Watchorn said.

An offer for Cost Right Turks
had also been turned down
because it failed to match what

Date Stolen: between 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, 18 May,
2006 and 6:50 a.m. on Friday, May 19, 2006

Location of Tkeft: San Marino Marina, Paradise Island

Description: 1991 17 ft. White Boston Whaler with 115

hp Yamaha Outboard Engine
Registration#: N 08607

Name of Vessel: “Sea Bee”

A reward of $5,000 is being offered for any information
leading to the recovery of the vessel or the arrest and
prosecution of the culprits.

Please call 919, 326-1449 or 328-4962



Abaco Markets was seeking.
Mr Watchorn acknowledged
that the divestment programme
was a “difficult decision”, as the
company would some losses
through legal fees, stamp tax

payments and other costs asso-

ciated with the divestments.

He added: “Quarter one anc
quarter two will reflect those
changes, but ultimately we’ll be
left with a core business that
should be profitable. We’ve
been able to secure the employ-
ment of almost all the employ-
ees [ at those businesses that
were divested.”

Mr Watchorn said that in the
short-to-medium term, Abaco
Markets was seeking to grow
its business organically from its

‘continuing operations, feeling

that there were “a lot of oppor-
tunities” in its core markets of
Nassau and Freeport.

“There will be a major turn-
around in cash flow for the
company,” Mr Watchorn said.

“The businesses that are con-
tinuing are the cash contribu-
tors for the business. There will
be a significant improvement in -






cash flow for the company.

“While our sales are 10 per
cent up, we feel there’s oppor-
tunities for us. The focus is on
organic growth, our operational
issues and managing shrink. We
are seeing some small successes
in our shrinkage.”

Abaco Markets had hired
Stephen Smollett, the former
Cost Right owner who sold the
business to Abaco Markets, as

its executive vice-
president/president of store
operations.

“Mr Smollett brings with him
over 30 years grocery experi-
ence to our group, along with
tremendous insight to the set
up and operation of our retail
models,” Mr Watchorn said.

“Mr Smollett knows our mar-
ket, understands our challenges
and rounds out our executive
team with the experience we
have needed. We are confident
that Mr Smollett’s appointment
will deliver improved store
operations and product flow,
and the improved shopping
experience we know are key to
our productivity and profitabil-
ity.”

The Abaco Markets presi-
dent said that while the econo-
my had helped the company’s
sales performance, the measures
it had taken over the past four
years had brought it close to the
point of returning to profitabil-
ity.

“A lot of the initiatives we
have put in over the last few
years are coming to fruition, so

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now we really feel as if we’re
heading in the right direction,”
Mr Watchorn said. “That work
is beginning to pay off. Its not--,
finished, but we finally feel+.*.:
we're going in the right direc-,*;
tion.” sos
He added that the meat sec- ,»
tion at the Town Centre Mall’s.«.,
Cost Right store had just been
expanded, while the baby
department had proved a good -,
addition, given that there were at i,
an estimated 100 births pers? ‘
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said Abaco Markets was start- *
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with sales up over last year ander a
showing room for more growth. #, .!
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store portfolio in Nassau and,’
Freeport, such moves were at*, .
least two years away. 2
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this company needs is a period”
of stability. It’s had a lot of
changes over the last few years.
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the business, and focus on what.
we need to focus on. We're very .
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AP Business Writer

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personal information while
you're travelling.

Paul Stephens, a policy ana-
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when the subject of keeping
money safe comes up, he said.

“Why not take a few minutes
to do something that could
potentially save your vaca-
tion?” Stephens asked. In most
cases, the precautions are so
simple that “they can go on
your to-do list with ‘buy sun-
tan lotion’ and everything else,”
he added.

The top recommendation
from Stephens is to clean out
your wallet.

“Remove unnecessary credit .

cards, your Social Security card
and any other unneeded docu-
ments that could compromise
your identity if lost or stolen
while you’re on Vacation,” he
said.

Then make a photocopy of
the cards you’ve decided to
take along and keep it ina
secure location with you (not
in your wallet) or leave it with a
trusted rekative or friend back
home, Stephens said.

“Now you know who you

need to contact and how to _

reach them if your wallet is
missing,” he said.

Travellers should never leave
their wallets or any identifying
documents in their hotel rooms
when they're not there, he
added.

“Use a hotel safe, when avail-
able,” Stephens said. “Or keep
your wallet and documents with
you at all times.”

Stephens also recommends
people leave their debit cards at
home when they hit the road,
either in the United States or
abroad.

“Say you're carrying a debit
card and it falls out of your
pocket at the beach, or you
leave it in a store after making
a purchase,” he said. “If it falls
into the wrong hands, they can
wipe out your bank account in
a matter of hours.”

It can take several weeks to

‘ sort out debit-card problems

with financial institutions,
potentially ruining a vacation
in the interim, he said.

“You’re much better off with
a credit card,” he added.
“You're not out the money ...
while you're getting it sorted
out.”

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urges travellers to adapt what
she calls a “divide and conquer”
strategy.

“Your natural reflex is to put
everything in one place, but it’s
better to have your main cred-
it card in one place and your
backup card in another,” she

' said. “That way, if a thief gets
one — or you lose something --
you have an alternative.”

The same applies to cash,
Dunnan said.

“Every time you pay fo
something, a pickpocket sees
where your cash is held,” she

noted. So she recommends

travellers stash their cash in dif-
ferent pockets, in different parts
of their purse, in their socks, in
a tote, in the hotel safe.

She also favours unusual con-
tainers for money and [Ds.
How.about a small zipper cos-
metic case for your passport or
photocopies of important doc-
uments? Or a small cardboard
jacket, like those hotels hand
out with their plastic room keys,
for credit and bank cards?

Dunnan is a fan of traveller’s

“checks or prepaid traveller's
‘check cards for backup cash.
Some financial institutions offer
them free or at reduced fees to
their regular customers, she
said.

But Dunnan urges caution in
cashing them: “The best place is
at one of the issuer’s offices.
Avoid cashing them at hotels,
shops or restaurants — fees and
the exchange rate are both like-
ly to be atrocious.”

Or go to bigger rather than
smaller financial institutions,
she said. That’s because larger
institutions generally offer a
better exchange rate and lower
fees because they handle larger
volumes of transactions.

One place not to leave extra
cash or backup phone numbers
is inside checked baggage
“where dishonest security per
sonnel or baggage handlers can
find it,” she said.

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Please be advised that as a result of aSPECIAL
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Public Services Union (BPSU) meeting hall
situated on East Street South, in New Providence,
a Resolution was passed and resolved for the
“Increase of Union Membership Dues”. The
clear call of the resoulution says:-

“RESOLVED, that the voting members of the
Special Call Meeting instructs and mandates
President, John Pinder and Executive Officers
of the BPSU to increase its Union general
membership dues from Fifteen Dollars ($15.00)
per month to Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00)
effective Ist July”.

All members of the BPSU, are hereby informed
that effective Ist July, 2006 the increase will be
realized and the new reduction rates will be
PAGE 8B, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006



“ BUSINESS

Abaco Markets planning 10% BSL deal stake

FROM page 1B

Symonette, Abaco Markets
chairman and chief executive,
said in a statement.

“We see the possible minori-
ty investment in BSL Holdings
as presenting new opportuni-




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objections to this change of name by Deed Poll, you
may write such objections to the Chief Passport Officer,
P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty
(30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

ties to achieve what we sought
in a strategic partner to improve
the way we operate at Abaco
Markets.”

Mr Watchorn yesterday told
The Tribune that the Abaco
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assets and focus on ‘core mar-
kets’, plus its search for a strate-
gic partner, before the oppor-
tunity to invest in BSL Hold-
ings arose.

“We were looking for strate-
gic partner to help us in the
areas we needed help in - some
operational support, and to gain
synergies from purchasing,” Mr
Watchorn said.

“While this search was going
on, we were invited to partici-
pate in the BSL transaction. We
looked at it and thought we
could gain the same synergies
as from a strategic partner.”

Mr Symonette added: “There
is obviously speculation about
how this opportunity came
about. For us, it has been a
process of exploring options to
improve our results and finalise
our return to profitability.

“We immediately recognised
the benefit of participating in
the proposed BSL Holdings’
purchase of 78 per cent of
Bahamas Supermarkets to gain
that operational support and
realise purchasing synergies we
originally sought.”

And he added: “The divest-
ments were recognised as criti-
cal to our ability to effectively
manage the markets with the
greatest potential for our group,
and would happen regardless
of any interest in BSL.

“Our focus is on our opera-
tions — on business as usual - as
our task is returning our. com-
pany to profitability, whether
or not we have a small interest
in BSL or a strategic partner.”

-The previous announcement
of Abaco Markets’ potential
involvement in the BSL Hold-
ings deal appeared to spark a
flurry of ‘buying’ activity involv-
ing the company’s shares, which
did not appear to be based on
fundamentals.

Since May 18, when it was
announced that Winn-Dixie and
the US Bankruptcy Court in
Jacksonville had approved the
BSL Holdings deal, Abaco
Markets share price has risen
from a 52-week low of $0.59 to
a high of $1.85. It closed yes-
terday at $1.82.

The share price is likely to
have been driven up by specu-
lators acquiring stock from
retail investors who wanted to

get out, with the buyers possibly ~

‘putting two and two together to

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make five’ by believing this her-
alded a potential merger
between Abaco Markets and
Bahamas Supermarkets.

One apparent shareholder, a
D. Cartwright, wrote a letter to
The Tribune, saying: “Over the
last two months I have watched
the share price of Abaco Mar-
kets jump from $0.59 to $1.80.
This is a 200 per cent increase,
and while I am thrilled about
this, is there something going
on that we, as shareholders,
should know and be able to
benefit from?”

Mr Symonette’s statement
was designed to clear up such
sentiments.

Keith Davies, the Bahamas
International Securities
Exchange’s (BISX) chief exec-
utive, told The Tribune that
BISX-listed companies only had
to disclose material events such
as acquisitions once they had
happened. In other words, this
means disclosure is only
required when something
becomes concrete.

He explained: “If there is
anything going on, disclosures
need to be made at the right
time, and the right time is when
certain decisions are made,
meaning final decisions. Just
talking to someone is not a dis-
closable event.”

There has also been concern
that minority investors in
Bahamas Supermarkets, who
hold part of the 22 per cent
stake not under Winn-Dixie’s
control, should have already
been informed about the impact
the BSL deal will have on the
company and their investment.

Bahamas Supermarkets is not
listed on BISX, though, and it is
unlikely any more disclosures
will be forthcoming until the
BSL Holdings deal is conclud-
ed.

For its part, Fidelity Mer-
chant Bank & Trust, which put
together the BSL Holdings buy-
out group, has been quietly
going about gaining the neces-
sary exchange control and oth-
er approvals needed to com-
plete the deal.

It is understood to have also
been seeking to raise, on BSL’s
behalf, a combination of debt
and equity financing to replace
the hole that was left in the

group after Neal & Massy/Bar-
bados Shipping & Trade were’

forced to withdraw as equity
investors.

Yet it is understood that
Neal & Massy/Barbados Ship-
ping & Trade may be the oper-
ating partners for BSL Hold-
ings, as their representatives
have already visited Bahamas
Supermarkets to ask staff ques-
tions.

Shopping centre, from 1B

the next five years. There’s a big
demand and we want to be able
to supply younger generations
with affordable lots.”

He described Coral Harbour
and southwestern New Provi-
dence as “the last frontier”, as no
more land was available on the
island.

The population in that area of
the island was projected to grow
by 3.5 per cent per annum, and
the proposed shopping centre
would give them greater conve-
nience and cut down on traffic
congestion, as they would no
longer have to travel to Cable
Beach, Lyford Cay or Golden
Gates to purchase groceries and
other necessities.

Mr Joudi added that he was
already constructing a smaller
shopping centre, known as Hum-
mingway Plaza, which will have a
“first-class restaurant, liquor
store, pharmacy and convenience
store” when completed.

The Hummingway subdivision,

‘Mr Joudi said, was almost 90 per

cent complete with: houses
already being constructed, while
Riviera was some 50 per cent
complete.

The FTC president added that
he employed Bahamian architects
and engineers for his develop-
ment, with his company hiring
numerous subcontractors.

Mr Joudi advocated that pri-
vatisation of public corporations
such as the Bahamas Electricity
Corporation (BEC) and Water
& Sewerage Corporation would
make such utilities even more
efficient and responsive in ser-
vice delivery.

He added that while the
employees of all the public cor-
porations were highly skilled and
performed vital work, privatisa-
tion would further boost the

economy by making the utilities -
even more sensitive to private

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sector needs. a
Mr Joudi said fears that pri- +’.

vatisation would result in large. ,

numbers of redundancies were
unfounded, as becoming more
efficient would result in an even
higher demand for their services.
“Privatisation is very, very crit-,
ical to the success of this countrys”
and this economy. It would be)a‘.,
major winner,” Mr Joudi said,
explaining that it would enable”,
Bahamian capital to invest in the
corporations, with Bahamians
becoming shareholders. a
Developers have in the past”
told The Tribune that even the’,
smallest delay in the installation if’
utilities costs both time and mon-
ey, adding to the already high |
operating cost- environment that .!
exists in the Bahamas. Often, -
these costs are - at least in partâ„¢-
passed on to the end consumer, 5.:
Mr Joudi, though, praised fie:
Ministry of Works, Town Plan-
ning Department and Building .
Control Department, saying he.
could only give them “high”.
marks” for their efficiency and.
service delivery.
Praising Bahamian workers for?’

. their ability to multi-task and’

have the ability to perform sev- °
eral skilled jobs, Mr Joudi said .
he would also be interested in
joint venturing with the Govern-:
ment to build a second storey. at. :
the Nassau International Airport.‘ .*
(NIA) car park to solve the exist- + | - |
ing parking space shortages. - ’

Mr Joudi, who is a member of
the Bahamas Society of Engi-’
neers and the Bahamian Com: a!
tractors Association, is also? al.
shareholder of the Bahamas
International Securities Exchange
(BISX). The exchange currently
leases premises from him. ;

A member of the American, |
Civil Engineering Society, Mr:
Joudi has numerous qualifications, k
from US universities. be’

id

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MOUNTFORD LIMITED ©

In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
137 (4) of the International Business Companies Act |;

(No. 45 of 2000), MOUNTF ORD LIMITED is in

Dissolution.

The date of commencement of dissolution is 1st day

of May, 2006.

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= Babar. Thomas | Three Phase _| Taylor Industries Limited + P.O. Box N-4806 Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941
sy Martinborough, Timothy | Three Phase : P.O. Box EE-17105 | Nassau, Bahamas 393-1079
COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2006 | Mcintosh, Elia me Three Phase P.O. Box EE-15850 | Nassau, Bahamas | 395-8179
“IN THE SUPREME COURT : CLE/QUI/00474 Mcintosh, Lionel Three Phase _| P.O. Box F-44239 __| Freeport, Grand B. [352-9269
Equity Side Mcintosh, Peter Three Phase P.O. Box N-8804 Nassau, Bahamas 357-4011
ees McPhee, Godfrey _ Three Phase _| McPhee Electrical Engineering | P.O. Box N-4133 Nassau, Bahamas 345-0216
4 Miller, Lottason Three Phase ; P.O. Box EE-17221_| Nassau, Bahamas 364-7435






P.O. Box N-3705 326-2852

P.O. Box 26036

Three Phase | O'Brien Electric Nassau, Bahamas

Three Phase



1; INTHE MATTER of all that piece parcel or lot of O'Brien, Hugh

Patton, Simeon







































































































































































i ss : Rock Sound, Eleuthera 334-2176
‘land containing 34,155 square feet situate on the East Three Phase | Sunrise Electric Company Limited _| P.O. Box N-1836 | Nassau, Bahamas 477-0075
, Side of the Town of Marsh Harbour in the Island of Pintard, John Three Phase P.O. Box SS-5761__| Nassau, Bahamas 361-4036
* Abaco one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of Rahming, Drexel Three Phase _ P.O. Box N-7418 Nassau, Bahamas 361-6554 _|
i The Bahamas. - Reckley, John Three Phase_| Caribbean Electric P.O. Box SS-5594 Nassau, Bahamas 362-4404
; Rolle, Anthony Three Phase P.O. Box F-44932 Freeport, Grand Bah. 477-9383
AND Russell, Jeremy Three Phase | Russell's Electrical P.O. Box EE-17010 | Nassau, Bahamas 364-5993
IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act 1959 Sands, Gregory Three Phase | New Millennium Electric P.O. Box N-8234 Nassau, Bahamas 361-3274
i AND Sands, Thomas Three Phase P.O. Box SS-5594 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4516
i ae f Seymour, Raphath Three Phase | Quick's Electrical P.O. Box SB-51544 | Nassau, Bahamas 557-2905
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of Lowell H. Albury and Eleanor Simms, Roderick Three Phase P.O. Box FH-14463_| Nassau, Bahamas 427-8825
Albury Storr, Hen Three Phase _| Henry F. Storr Electric P.O. Box N-945 = Nassau, Bahamas 393-7777
‘ Storr, Henry Three Phase_| Henry F. Storr Electric P.O. Box N-945 Nassau, Bahamas 393-7777
' z : | Stuart, Marvin | Three Phase | Eagle Solutions Limited P.O. Box CR-55440_| Nassau, Bahamas 341-5085
i 4 Sullivan, Wilfred G. | Three Phase_| Sullivan Electrical | P.O. Box $8-5281 [ Nassau, Bahamas ___ 393-7737
i NOTICE Symonette, Christopher | Three Phase | Innovative Waves Limited P.O. Box CB-12394 | Nassau, Bahamas 392-8282
: Taylor, George Three Phase _| Taylor's Electrical & Mechanical_. [ P.O. Box SN-51346_| Nassau, Bahamas 328-3984
; “ Thomas, Howard | Three Phase . : eae Pa Aa Nosy ed é | P.O. Box N-9860 Nassau, Bahamas: - 323-4941
; To: The heirs of John Wesley Pinder “Thompson; Frank A. Three Phase ‘| CoJa ys Building & Maintenance i | P.O. Box N-1903 Nassau; Bahamas: ‘ 323-4257
: Thurston, Peter Three Phase _| Infinity Electrical Contracting P.O. Box CR-54481_| Nassau, Bahamas
, ane Walker, Ralph Three Phase_| Walker's Industries Limited P.O. Box N-668 _| Nassau, Bahamas 325-7831/4
| The Petition of Lowell H. Albury and Eleanor Albury of the Williams, Ambrose Three Phase_| Williams Electric Company P.O. Box N-1151 Nassau, Bahamas
t Settlement of Marsh Harbour in the island of Abaco one of the Williamson, Roosevelt _| Three Phase P.O. Box CR-56352_| Nassau, Bahamas 424-0549
Mee s, : Barnett, Paul Sr. | Three Phase P.O. Box N-5085 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4132
i Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of:- Banat Paukln eo BhBEe SG sRoeN ARES NEceaur Banana
Brennen, Samuel Jr. Three Phase . P.O. Box N-7935 Nassau, Bahamas









































































































ALL THAT of all that piece parcel or lot of land containing Smith, Paul Three Phase P.O. Box N-8483 Nassau, Bahamas 322-5696
34,155 square feet situate on the East side of the Town of SINGLE PHASE ELECTRICIANS
(pe Marsh Harbour in the Island of Abaco one of the Islands as: Neue LISENCE eae BUSINESS NAME | ADDRESS CITY/ISLAND, TELEPHONE .

: of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas bounded Rao Ahan =o eile Phase oe shel Denay [Pleasant Bay And 357-5507
ita NORTHEASTWARDLY by land the property of the Bain, Dwight Single Phase PO. Boxh-Sag1 | Nessau, Bafiames 502-1648
"4% Estate of Wesley Sawyer and running thereon One hundred Bain, Ryan “Single Phase P.O. Box SB-52145 _| Nassau, Bahamas 457-4442
ate : d f ity-Si ds ty hundredth: 146.70) f Barrow, Neil. | Single Phase | Gen-Tech Electric P.O. Box FH-14569 »| Nassau, Bahamas 357-8204
wae and forty-six and Seventy hundredths (146.70) feet Bethel, Samuel Single Phase | K & W Refrigeration & Electrical _| P.O. Box AB-20454 367-4949
; SOUTHEASTWARDLY by land now or formerly the Single Phase | Electric City & Appliances [ P.O. Box CB-13076_| Nassau, Bahamas 436-3226
‘ , ’ F Cargill, Ephraim Single Phase | P.O. Box N-9277 Nassau, Bahamas 395-6540
property of John Jackson and Tanne thereon Two Clarke, Jermaine Single Phase _| Sontech Electrical Services ‘| P.O. Box CR-54053_|. Nassau, Bahamas ‘557-8963

hundred and Twelve and Twenty-three hundredths (212.23) Cleare, Willard Single Phase _| Cleare’s Electric P.O. Box N-5896__| Nassau, Bahamas 323-6465.
feet SOUTHEASTWARDLY partly by a Ten (10) foot Colebrooke, Hen Single Phase |: P.O. Box SS-19485 | Nassau, Bahamas 364-2022
: : : Curry, Elvis Single Phase 4 P.O. Box AB-20592 | Marsh Harbour, Abaco 456-9247
Road Reservation separation the said lot of land from land Curry, Grego Single Phase_| Four G's Electrical Contractor P.O. Box N-4426 Nassau, Bahamas 454-1796
now or formerly the property of Donald Lowe and from Davis, Osborne Single Phase _| Sixteen Electrical Services P.O. Box CB-13096_| Nassau, Bahamas 392-4062
+ land now or formerly the property of the Estate of - |, DeCosta, Logan Single Phase_| Sudden Electric -» |. P.O. Box SB-51384 | Nassau, Bahamas 392-7998
‘Douglas, Rudolph Single Phase : *_|_P.O. Box N-8719 Nassau, Bahamas 323-4612









Willard H. Sawyer and running thereon jointly One hundred
and Ninety-five and Four hundredths (195.04) feet and

Nassau, Bahamas
The Bluff, S. Andros

Ferguson Electric : P.O. Box CR-55545

Ferguson, Andrew :
Megan’s Global Unison General Delive'

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ORTHWE ARD rtl 1 Forbes, Clinton Single Phase | Progressive Electrical P.O. Box N-530 Nassau, Bahamas. 394-2336
NOR ee LY partly rt land me to be the Single Phase | Fox Electrical Enterprise FiO; HoXNG4370 | 'NatequiBanamas =. ace TI
property of Wally Smith partly by land said to be the Greene, ArthurA. | SinglePhase | _— P.O. Box N-3304 324-2977
property of Una Bethel and partly by a Six (6) foot Road Hall, Dwight Single Phase. | D.L.H Electric P.O. Box SB-50449 | Nassau, Bahamas 392-5937






| General Delivery
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P.O. Box N-1169
P.O. Box SB-50087

Johnson Bay, Andros
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas

Hewitt, Christopher —_- | Single Phase
Humes, Michael Single Phase

Johnson, Anderson Single Phase

Johnson, Garfield Single Phase

Single Phase | Ja "s Detail Electric
Single Phase
Jones, Robert Single Phase | Geoffrey Jones & Co. Ltd.

Key, Herbert Single’ Phase Y
Knowles, Edward Single Phase _| Flameless Electrical Cont. Ltd.



Reservation and running thereon jointly One hundred and
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: : Johnson, Jeffrey Little Creek, Andros 369-5105
Lowell H. Albury and Eleanor Albury claim to be the owners in fee Johnson, Wilton O. P.O. Box S$-6189__| Nassau, Bahamas 302-8445





P.O. Box N-793 Nassau, Bahamas 322-2188
P.O. Box AB20458 | Marsh Harbour, Abaco

P.O. Box SS-5945 | Nassau, Bahamas

. Simple in possession of the said land free from encumbrances and
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_ of the Bahamas under Section 3 of The Quieting titles Act, 1959 to Mabon, Allan Single Phase _| Taylor Industries Limited P.O. Box N-4806 | Nassau, Bahamas 322-8941
t have their title to the said land investigated and the nature and extent Miller, Bryan Single Phase | Illumination Electrical Services P.O. Box N-10805 Nassau, Bahamas 359-2207
~ thereof determined and decl : : ; 4 McQueen, Darvin Single Phase’ General Delivery Nicholls Town, Andros 329-4316
| he C : si ared in & Certificate of Title to be gt anted Moree, Bruce Single Phase | B.A.M. Electrical Services | P.O. Box SS-6536 Nassau, Bahamas 359-2973
=bY the Court in accordance with the provisions of the said Act. Single Phase | 3-D Electrical Services .O. Box CB-11994_| Nassau, Bahamas 361-0870
: “ Rahming, Edmond Single Phase_| Hard Times Electrical P.O. Box N-3599 Nassau, Bahamas 356-0491
~ ae : . * Roberts, Richard Single Phase_| Roberts Electrical P.O. Box AB-22990 | Nassau, Bahanas 365-6016
.. ft: Aplan of the said land may be inspected during normal office [ Rolle, Wilfred J. R. Single Phase fae Box EE-16770_| Nassau, Bahamas 361-8152
.*+ hours in the following places: | Russell, Nowell Single Phase _| TeJay's Electric (0. Box EE-17239 _| Nassau, Bahamas
€ Sands, Ga Single Phase .O. Box EL-260066 | Palmetto Pt. Eleuthera
[ i . Saag Sands, Gladstone Single Phase_| R G Sands Electric P.O. Box SB-52649 ‘| Nassau, Bahamas
, (a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the said City of Scott, Samuel Single Phase General Delivery Eight Mile Rock, GB
Phe : Nassau; Simmons, Vincent Single Phase_| P.O. Box N-3444 Nassau, Bahamas 323-8976
“f.- (b) The Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes, Storr, Wellington _. | Single Phase : P.O. Box N-1830 Nassau, Bahamas

Dundas Town, Abaco
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas

| Nassau, Bahamas

Single Phase P.O. Box AB-20053
Single Phase |: | P.O. Box CR-54233
Single Phase _| Electrical Wizard & Associates [.P.O. Box SS-19777
Single Phase_| Excalibur Electrical & Building | P.O. Box N-3117
Single Phase _| | P.O. Box N-229

Stuart, Carlington
Stuart, Tyrone
Taylor, Peter
Walker, Hilliard
Williams, Hari







Mareva House, 4 George Street in the City of Nassau,
Attorneys for the Petitioner; and
(c) The office of the Island Administrator at Marsh Harbour,
Abaco.




324-2041





















































































Si eee. RESTRICTED JOURNEYMEN
~ Notice is hereby given that any persons having dower or a right of ADDRESS CITY/ISLAND
= dower or an Adverse Claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition 1 P.O. Box MT-509 Matthew Town, Inagua 339-1300
* shall on or before the 4th day of August, 2006 file in the Supreme Freeport, Grand Bahama
* Court and serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of pearey.s Timothy = 2 EO: Bec EL 26045 Rock Saugey Sewer 334-2296
P.O. Box EL-26034 Rock Sound, Eleuthera

P.O. Box 23

P.O. Box 23002
General Delivery
General Delivery
General Delivery
General Delive
P.O. Box F-41017
General Delivery

~ his claim in the prescribed form, verified by an Affidavit to be filed
}: therewith. Failure of any such person to file and serve a statement
* of his claim on or before the said 4th day of August, 2006 will
. operate as a bar to such claim.

4

‘Dated the 12th day of June, A. D., 2006.

334-4178
464-5731

335-3313

Palmetto Point, Eleuthera
Nicholl’s Town, Andros
Cockburn Town, San Salvador
Cat Cay Utilities Co.
Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera
Bailey Town, Bimini
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Current Island, North Eleuthera

Deal, Joseph
Evans, Robert L.
.Fernander, Clifford
Fernander, Spencer
Johnson, Cedric S.
Hanna, Ralph Alfred zs

Lindsay, Oswald

McDonald, Cornelius




































McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES Pinder, Leonard P.O. Box F-3266 Freeport, Grand Bahama 373-1610
Attorneys for the Petitioner Roberts, Perle P.O. Box AB-22990 Man-O-War Cay, Abaco 365-6118
Marsva' House Matthew Town, Inagua 339-1300
4G Street [ Rolle, Samuel Rolle... | P.O. Box F-41253 Hepburn Town, Grand Bahama
eorge street. P.O. Box AB-20546 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 367-2706.



Nassau, Bahamas
PAGE 10B, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006

New Providence should get -
on the ball for Independence

N MONDAY, we

will be celebrating
our country's 33rd year of
Independence.

While the Family Islands
are expected to be buzzing
with activities surrounding
the celebrations, New Provi-
dence will take a back seat
once again to the many cul-
tural events being planned.

With the exception of the
ground breaking ceremony
for the new national stadium
at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre on Monday
night, there's going to be very
little sporting activities to par-
ticipate in.

The Bahamas Government
aborted its plans to stage the
sixth Bahamas Games this
year because of the plans for
the construction to begin on
the new stadium.

So it would have been good
to see the federations and
associations step up to the
plate and organise their own
sporting activities.

What happened to the
Bahamas Basketball Federa-

tion's Independence Basket-:

ball Classic?

Remember when the colle-
giate and pro players came
home and they matched their
skills against a selected local
side of players? That used to

STUBBS



be a treat for many because it
provided one of the rare
opportunities to view a lot of
the talent that was available
to the country.

At the same time, it pro-
vided the federation with an
opportunity to ensure that
they have the proper contacts

for those players who could
be used to make an impact
on the national team.

With the exception of
cycling, sailing and golf, hard-
ly any of the federations or
associations have any major
sporting events planned for
this weekend.

The Bahamas Cycling Fed-
eration have decided to take
its national championships to
North Andros where they will
hold their 70-mile road race

on Saturday in conjunction -

with the 14th annual North
Andros Regatta.

Trip

At least Andros is the clos-
est island in proximity to New
Providence so many persons
can have the luxury of mak-
ing the quick trip to view the
competition and participate
in the festivities offered.

Fans can also flock to
Grand Bahama where the
Bahamas Golf Federation
will hold its National Cham-
pionships from Friday to
Monday at Our Lucaya Golf
and Country Club.

The championships will
also serve as the final selec-
tion of players for the nation-
al team that will compete at
the Caribbean Amateur Golf

Championships in August in
Jamaica.

While all of that is good for
those two islands in particu-
lar, there should have
been some major sporting
activity going on in New
Providence.

With both the Andre
Rodgers Baseball Stadium
and the Churchill Tener
Knowles National Softball
Stadium both getting ready
to be demolished, it would
have been a good idea for
both sports to combine to put
on a sports festival.

The NPSA is doing it a lit-
tle early in that their All-Star
Classic will be staged tonight.
But there will be no games
played this weekend, to
accommodate those players
who wish to travel or enjoy
the cultural experiences.

The Bahamas Baseball
Federation has already com-
pleted its season and the
Bahamas Baseball Associa-
tion is preparing its national
team for travel to the Cen-
tral American and Caribbean
Games at the end of the
month in July.

The NPSA is also sending
its men and women national
teams to the CAC Games.

So it wouldn't have been a
bad idea if they could have
used this weekend to stage an

exhibition game before the
teams leave next weekend.

And with the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation prepar-
ing to host the Caribbean
Volleyball Championships at
the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasi-
um at the end of August, they
too could have staged a exhi-
bition game for their national
team.

College

There are sufficient play-
ers home from college who
could have matched up
against the locally based play-
ers to put on the exhibition.

Like the exhibition for bas-
ketball, it could have served
as a major fund raiser for the
federations.

It's good to note that we
are celebrating another mile-
stone. But it certainly would
have been a lot better if there
were more sporting events
planned at the national
level to assist in 1 the celebra-
tions.

I'm sure that there will be
many sports fanatics who will
be disappointed that there is
no competition for them to
view this weekend.

Happy Independence and
hope that, next year, we will
see more being done.



m@ RUGBY



THE Bahamas rugby sevens
team recently went to the Cape
Fear Sevens tournament which
takes place every year in Wilm-
ington, North Carolina. The
event is the premier US Sevens
tournament and always con-
tains two to three top class
sides. This year the teamsto .
beat were NOVA and a British
Universities select side. The
British Universities eventually
won the final by beating
NOVA.

Right off the bat the
Bahamas played NOVA -
perennial winners of this tour-
nament who were loaded with .
big guns. They had three
Fijians of international quality,
a New Zealandér and some top
level US players. The Bahamas
struggled and lost 67 — 0.

Next up were Raleigh, and
the Bahamas recovered to beat
them 28 - 14 in a scrappy |
match.

The final game on day one
was against a Tournament
Select team put together by the
organisers after another side
dropped out. The Bahamas
won by around 20-points
against these competent oppo-
nents but lost Jonno Sands for
the remainder of the tourna-:
ment to a bad eye socket
injury. mihi:
Sunday was the business end °
of the tournament as it entered
the knock out stage. The
Bahamas sneaked past the
Kenyan Exiles, 14-12, ina
game in which they showed
some real grit.

NOVA were up next and,
when it came to half time, the
Bahamas were 14 - 5 down
after a tremendous first half.
Justin Cunningham dotting
down after some sterling work
by the whole team. The crowd
were cheering the Bahamas on
and they got stuck straight in
from the kick-off. NOVA
touched down first before the
Bahamas got another score on
the board, again from Justin. It
was end to end stuff. The
Bahamas eventually lost 26 -—
12 after NOVA sneaked
another try. But the NOVA
players were very complimen-
tary on the enormous improve-
ment the Bahamas had made
in such a short space of time.

¢ For more information
check out
www.rugbybahamas.com

@ THE Bahamas
rugby sevens team
(above) make their
presence felt at the
Cape Fear Sevens tour-
nament (right) which
takes place every year
in Wilmington, North
Carolina.

The event is the pre-
mier US Sevens tour-
nament and always
contains two to three
top class sides.





TRIBUNE SPORTS:.:

_ Young baseball

playersin |
international
competition —

m@ BASEBALL oP
By RENALDO ae
DORSETT ea
Sports Reporter

JUST a few weeks after
the Junior National Basé-
ball Championships,
young baseball players
were at it again, this time.
representing their leagues: '

and countries in interna;., :
. tional competition. 2

At the 2006 Cocoa...
Expo Internationale. «
teams from Freedom .',,
Farm Baseball League in?
Nassau and the Grand - +”
Bahama All Stars com- -
peted in five divisions,
ranging from 10 and
under to 18 and under. : |

Although none of the .
squads were able to cap.

"ture the championship i ip
their respective divisions,
the Bahamian squads still -
turned ina number of ,+;-"
productive performances. : '

Inthe 10 and under —+°;
division, the Freedom .*,>
Farm “A” team advance a .
to the championship .*«*..
round, however they sui: “
fered a disappointing loss .
to the South Daytona | -’-’
Waves, 11-1. Sate,

Competing

Also competing in the:
same division, the Free-
dom Farm “B” team fin-:
ished with a 1-3 record
while the Grand Bahama _
All Stars went 0-4. Sit

In the 12 and under
division, Freedom Farm
finished in third position,

- with a 3-3 record in pool, ,
play.

They lost in the semifi-
nals to the Pompano
Beach All Stars, 5-1, but
rebounded to defeat the .
Cove Creek All Stars in a
closely contested third
place game, 6-5. eoteet

The Grand Bahama Ail
Stars finished with a win-
‘less 0-6 record. rs

Teams competing in the:
14 and under division, the.
Grand Bahama All Stars, °
and the 16 and under divi-’
sion, Freedom Farm, both
finished with winless 0-5"

- records. ee

In the 18 and under * :
division, Freedom Farnt-°
finished with a 3-2 record .
in pool play and fought |.
their way to a third plage, ,
finish.

After just barely miss-_
ing a trip to the champi-
onship game with a 4-3
loss against The Storm,
they shutout the Treasure’:
Coast Young Guns in the

‘third place game, 7-0.

The Cocoa Expo Inter- .
nationale, is one of the -~-‘
more prestigious tourna-
ments for pony league.
baseball players in the.:.
state of Florida, and was ©
first played in 1996. ee

In a 10 year span it has
hosted teams from all
over the United States, | ,
Canada, Chinese-Taipei,
Ecuador, Italy, Pakistan, °
Puerto Rico, Russia, and.
the U.S. Virgin Islands. ”

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nr ea eae
yy O |
ai So a 18 a : = MARK KNOWLES of the Bahamas, and his
per a partner Daniel Nestor, right, of Canada face Simon

Aspelin of Sweden and Todd Perry of Australia, in

their Men's Doubles match at Wimbledon, Wednes-

: FI tsa ee Bite! day July 5, 2006. Knowles and Neston won the match
S Sealine e... a in 6 hours and nine minutes over two days, with a
— score of 5-7, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 23-21, making it the

longest doubles match in Wimbledon and Grand.
Slam history.

season Classic 2. nso

@ SOFTBALL
By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter



AFTER an abundance of rain delays and cancellations, the New
Providence Softball Association has laboured its way through to its
mid season classic.

oth men’s and ladies all-star games will be played tonight at the
Churchill Tener Knowles Stadium, beginning with the ladies at 7pm.

In the Men’s division, the Del Sol Arawaks and TBS Truckers are
tied for the division lead and each will send 11 all-stars to the
event.

Sluggers Jamaal Johnson and Kieron Munroe will lead the
“Eddie Ford Stars” against the versatile Cardinal Gilbert and
Alcott Forbes of the “Adlai Moss Stars.”

Leader

‘Johnson is the league leader in RBIs (12), tied for the league lead
in home runs(4), and in a four way second place tie for runs (10),
while Munroe is tied for league leads in home runs (4) and runs
scored (11).

_. Gilbert leads the league in ERA (1.00), second in wins (3-0), tied

’ for the lead in runs scored and tied for second in home runs (3),
'- | while Forbes is the league leader in stolen bases (4).

'."-(@n the Ladies side, the second place Boomer G Swingers (6-4)
lead the way with 8 all-stars, while the division leading Electro Tele-
com Wildcats (9-1), field 7 selections of their own.
yMeteran ace Mary Edgecombe will lead the “Andrea Knowles
Stars” stars against slugger Christine Hanna and the “Naomi Ellis
Stars.” ‘G ‘

Edgecombe is the league leader is strikeouts (31), wins (6-0)
and has the lowest ERA (2.12).

Hanna is the lead leader in home runs (2) and runs scored_(15).

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@ BOXING
By KELSIE
JOHNSON
Junior Sports
Reporter

BAHAMAS Super Mid-
dleweight champion Jer-
main ‘Choo-Choo’ Mackey
is hoping his third time fac-
ing off with an opponent
nicknamed “Marvelous”
will be a charm.

Mackey struck gold
twice against ‘Marvelous’
Marvin Smith winning a
championship title, and he
is hoping that his streak of
good luck won’t falter as
he goes up against Marcus
‘Marvelous’ Thomas, the
World Boxing Conciel
(CABOFE) champion.

Thomas, a well-rounded
boxer from Barbados, is _
described as one of the
most decorated boxers in
this era, but Mackey views
him as just another oppo-
nent. And according to
Mackey, just like his other
matches and the opponents
in them, Thomas will go
down.

Mackey and Thomas will
take to the corners of the
ring on Friday, 28th July,
at the Radisson Cable
Beach and Golf Resort
Ballroom.

The CABOFE title fight
is scheduled for 12 rounds.
Admitting that he has
seen his opponent in action

on the amateur level,
Mackey said he still does-
n’t know too much about
him, but he is ready for the
fight.

Mackey said: “I slightly
remember him. When I
was a junior he was a
senior. But when it all boils:
down he has two hands
and two feet, so when we
are in the ring Iam going
to do what I do best and I
know he is going to bring
it. There is no doubt at the,
end of the night that I will
be holding the title belt in
my hands.

“T’ve seen him fight
before, I fought a couple of
fellows he has fought, but
we have never fought in
the amateur. But it isa
whole different league
now, than it was on the
amateur level, lama
whole different person as
well. So whatever he’s - ~
bringing I am going to
bring more.”

Mackey currently has a
win-loss record of 10-0-0, °
to Thomas’ 7-0-0 record.
But Thomas has an
impressive career sheet
which holds 199 wins on
the amateur level.

Thomas has also repre-
sented Barbados in the
1992, 1996 and 2000
Olympic Games. He quali-
fied for the 1996 Olympic
Games by winning a gold
medal in Puerto Rico.

Mackey added: “I am
just excited, hungry, can’t
wait for the fight to get on,
that’s just about it. This is

-what I do, I am just ready
to handle my job, I am
focused and I know where
I want to be.

“Training is coming
along good, it is a little
harder right now, because
it is the summer so it is hot.
Iam dealing with it, it is -
helping me to lose weight,
I am going to be fit by this
fight.

“I don’t have any predic-
tions for this fight, I am
going to take my time and
box and if a knock-out
comes my way I will take
it.” :

Also fighting on the card
in a eight round co-main
event will be Bahamas
lightweight and Fede
Caribe title holder Meach-
er ‘Pain’ Major.

Major will take on Shur-
wyne ‘Mauler’ Marshell of
Barbados.

There will be six fights
set for the under card
match-up, these fights
will go six and four
rounds.

Knowles and Nest
win record-breake

@ TENNIS
By KELSIE
JOHNSON
- Junior Sports
Reporter



MIAMI HERALD SPORTS

be @ MARK KNOWLES of the Bahamas, and
his partner Danie] Nestor of Canada react, as
they defeat Simon Aspelin of Sweden and Todd
Perry of Australia, in their Men's Doubles

match at Wimbledon, Wednesday July 5, 2006.

MARK Knowles and
Daniel Nestor pulled off
an historic win yester-
day, advancing to the
semifinals of the Wim-
bledon championships in
grand style.

The duo played in the
longest men’s match in
the history of the Wim-
bledon tournament, the
match lasting for a
record six hours and
nine minutes. The result
was decided in the fifth
set which lasted 193

“minutes. Knowles and
Nestor defeated Simon
Aspelin and Todd Perry
5-7, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 21-
23

The previous record
was set in 1985 when
doubles partners Heinz
Gunthardt and Balazas

_Taroczy defeated Paul
Annacone and Christo
Van Rensburg 6-4, 2-6,
6-4, 6-7, 24-22.in the
‘quarterfinals of Wimble-
don.

Advance

Knowles and Nestor
started their quest to
advance to the semifi-
nals on Tuesday, but
play in the match was
suspended in the fifth
set until yesterday. The
game went down to the
wire as the duo saved six
match points before
converting the fourth
point.

The win has lined
Knowles and Nestor up
to play American twin
brothers Bob and Mike
Bryan for a shot at the
title. a

It will be four years
since Knowles and
Nestor has appeared in
the championship
rounds of Wimbledon.
Their last appearance
was in 2002.

ABA Championships .

B BOXING
By-RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter

THE Bahamas’ uncharacteristically
small squad fought their way to a fourth
place finish in Caribbean Amateur boxing
Association Championships in Trinidad
and Tobago over the weekend.

Just five boxers made the trip, making it
unrealistic to expect the Bahamas to
repeat as champions in the XXII Annual
CABA Championships.

Despite traveling with a small roster,
the team delivered an efficient perfor-
mance, with each boxer medaling in his
respective category.

Valentino Knowles was once again the
star pupil of the squad and is quickly
becoming one of the brightest prospects in
the sport.

He became a back to back CABA

The pair won in six hours and nine minutes
over two days, with a score of 5-7, 6-3, 6-7 (5),

, 6-3, 23-21, making it the longest doubles match
in Wimbledon and Grand Slam history.

(AP Photo/Keith Hammet)



champion in the Junior Welterweight divi-
sion, winning the gold medal in convincing
fashion.

James McKenzie, the only senior boxing
making the trip also struck gold in the
Light Heavyweight division, while Carl
Hield captured the silver medal in the
Open Welterweight division.

Silver

The team’s younger boxers competing in
the youth division would not be left behind
as Leroy Barr claimed silver and Jarret
Dean, a bronze, in the Youth Welter-
weight and Super Heavyweight divisions
respectively.

Amateur Boxing Federation of the
Bahamas President Wellington Miller said
it was unfortunate a number of boxers
were unable to travel due to not acquiring

the proper documentation, but the team
performed as well as can be expected and
gave the younger boxers a genuine oppor-
tunity to showcase their skills.

He also applauded the efforts of first
time coaches Steve Larrimore and Prince
Ferguson.

“T felt they did very well, when you take
a team into international competition and
each person comes back with a medal
there's not much more you can ask for,”
he said. “They did an excellent job of
keeping the boxers’ spirits up, motivating
them and having them believe that they
could do it and everybody performed
well.”

Miller said the recent performances of
the team’s younger boxers further indi-
cate the need for a more developed feed-
er system within the sport.

“Valentino is a really good young fight-
er. He can go places, If all goes well for

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and should have a very fine career,” “he
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“This is why we want to develop a part:
nership with several countries and sée ‘if
we can establish a training camp for our
promising younger boxers like Carl Hield
and Valentino Knowles to help further
their careers and make sure they are ina
boxing environment at all times.” o

CABA also held administrative ei¢e;
tions, with two Bahamians being named-to
the Executive Board.

ABFB Ist Vice President Alvin
Sergeant was elected as Treasurer and 2nd
Vice President Dr. Francis Saunders was
named to CABA’s esteemed medital
board. se

With these elected officials, that gives
the Bahamas greater stature in the region-
al boxing community.

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a wee

“Thank You”
Times
Thus, we, the family of the late

ANDREW PETER
BOWE

| wish to express our sincere thanks

| and appreciation to all those who
shared in our sorrow by offering
words of comfort, kind deeds, or
prayers. Your kindness will always
be remembered. May God continue
to bless you all.

Mrs. Kerry Bowe & Family



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REV. DR. AUSTIN.
_ EUGENE SAUNDERS
1941 - 2005

“Though the sun has set on your yesterdays, the moon lights the path
to your forever...GONE FROM OUR PRESENCE, but FOREVER
PRESENT IN OUT HEARTS...”





We the family and friends of the late Rev. Dr. Austin Eugene Saunders,
take this moment to remeber the man who has been the light in our
lives. While we will never see him again, on this earth, we know that
one day, God will unite us, for eternity.













We. miss your encouraging words and cheerful smile; your
kindheartedness and caring ways; your honesty and humility; your -
determination and perseverance; your love for self and greater love
yet for others.



It seems only yesterday, we shared tender moments with each other,
not knowing that those moments were moments of goodbye...but as
‘you taught us, those in Christ never have to say goodbye, because
our promise is to meet again, in a better place, a better time, a better
pe

Oh How we miss you... but FARTHER ALONG, WE’LL
: UNDERSTAND WHY...








Your passing has left a void in the hearts of your dear wife Cleomi,
your sons Frank, Eugene, Walter and Lester, your daughters Bridget

and Sherelle, your grandchildren, your brothers and sisters, your
church members, your community and your friends worldwide.

REST, SLEEP WELL, ENJOY YOUR FREEDOM FROM LIFE’S
rn BURDENS...tomorrow promises to be a brighter day.



ol... __ TT
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| KEMP’S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas








Captain Charles
Rodney Pinder,
92

fondly known as Captain
‘Rodney, of Nassau, The
Bahamas, passed away at
~~, | his home, on Sunday, 2nd,

July, 2006, after a long



missed by his wife and

family.

| A memorial service will be held at Chapel of Love,

| Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, Palmdale Avenue and |

Bradley Street, Nassau on Saturday, 8th July, 2006 at
5:00 p.m. Mr. Allison Dean will officiate.

Captain Rodney is survived by his wife, Vivian |

| Pinder; one son, Dudley; three daughters, Eleanor,

Cathy Glucksmann and Reene; a son-in-law, Peter |

| Glucksmann; a daughter-in-law, Katherine Pinder; six

| grandchildren, Ann, Tom, Rebecca, Susan, Ryan and |
| Joanna; four great grandchildren, Rachael, Alana, Merya |

| and Isabel; a grandson-in-law, Erick Russell and a
granddaughter-in-law, Melissa Pinder; a sister-in-law,
Marie Pinder; nieces and nephew Angela Sweeting'
Charles Pinder, Lola Pinder, and Greta Pinder; cousins,

| Bert and Barbara Malone and family, Audrey Bledsoe,

| Beverly Munroe, Dianne Dunn, Bobby Pinder, Whitney |
| Pinder and Olive Pinder; extended family, Olga, Paulette _|

| and Donna Smith and Allison and Betty Jane Dean;

| many other relatives and friends, especially Isabelle
Schuette, Patrick Ryan, Ronald Atkinson, Dr. Kevin
Bowe, his caregivers, Varaine Smith, Jackie McKenzie
and Nancy Deveaux.

Instead of flowers donations may be made to Bahamas
Air Rescue Association (BASRA), P.O.Box S.S. 6247,
Nassau, The Bahamas in Memory of ‘Captain Charles
Rodney Pinder.

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR _

illeness. He will be deeply -

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[Cedar Crest Funeral Home|

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

GUE aa

Catechist
Christopher

Gustavius
Roberts, 92

a resident of Bullock’s 5
Harbour, Berry Island will §
be held 10:00a.m., §
Saturday, 8th July, 2006 at ff
St. Bartholomew Anglican |
Church, Bullock’s |
Harbour, Berry Islands. Officiating will be The Most |
Rev’d Drexel W. Gomez and Rev’d Thaddeus Pratt. §
Interment will be made in the Public Cemetery, Bullock’s |
Harbour.

Cherished memories are held by his children:
Wellington, Odrick, Sydney, Minister Rodney Roberts,
Vernetia Rolle, Vyolet Roberts, and Enza Miller; in-laws:
Minister Elliott Miller, Carlton Rolle, Minister Jennifer
Roberts, Gayle Roberts and Minister Curline Roberts; §
grandchildren: James, Lawrence, Lynden, Clement,
Gawain, Garlon, Margueritte, Anastacia, Sophia, Paulette, f
Christopher, Erica, Kayla, Velesco, Velenzo, Wencil, §
Javon, Marisha, Wellington, Jr., Tamara, Odrick, Jr.,
Shanelle, Garrett, Gariel, Genea, Doran and Jakim; §
grandchildren-in-law: Vincent, Monique, Erica, Astrid, L
Alecia, Shirla, Cashton, Karla and Latoya; twenty-one §
great-grandchildren, sister-in-law: Julia Brennen; nephews [|
and nieces: Oria, Neville, Francina, Emerson, Ellamae, §
Angela, Ruth, Ken, Alvin, Thelma and Albertha; family }
and friends: Raphael Pinder and family, Marie Pople and {-
family, Jeanie Winder and family, David and Valance [
Dean and family, Florence Darville and family, Emily §
Archer and family, Nora Turnquest and family, Margaret |
Saunders and family, William Wallace and family, Godfrey §
Francis and family, Captain Ernest Dean and family, the |
Dean family, Sergeant Milton Rolle and family, Marcellus §
Taylor and the entire Bullock’s Harbour Community.

Relatives and Friends may pay their respects at the
Free National Movement Headquarters, Mackey Street
on Thursday from 2:00p.m to 9:00p.m, at Cedar Crest
Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Friday
from 10:00a.m to 12noon and at the Lodge Hall in
Bullock’s Harbour from 2:00p.m. to 7:00p.m and at the
church on Saturday from 8:30a.m until service time.



















































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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 5

Pinder's Funeral Foie |

“Service Beyond Measure”
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PHONE: 322-4570/ 393-1351 e CELL: 357-3617
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Lightbourne, 68

of Salina Point Acklins will be
held on Sunday 11:00 am at
Ebenezer Baptist Church Salina
Point, Acklins. Officiating will
be Bishop Carroll E. Rolle and
other Ministers. Interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery.



Left to cherish his memory,
wife, Clementina Lightbourne;
four daughters, Cinderella Williams, Mavis Cooper, Vernetha
Lightbourne and Hyson Jolmson; one adopted-son, Kenneth
Moss; sixteen grandchildren, Dameka, PC 415 Arnold Cooper,
Ericka, Bernard, Monique, Chacanta, Ishameal, Lakeisha,
Ingrid, Joycelyn, Barbara, Bernice, Kevin, Demris, Jerome,
Cindy and Kendrick; seven greatgrandchildren, Garnet,
Audrick, Keyshawn, Geovani, Trevor Jr.,Wellintino and
Tameko; one sister, Gertrude Lightboume; father-in-law, Rev.
- George Emmanuel; two brothers-in-law, David and Edward
Emmanuel; eight sisters-in-law, Birdie, Martha, Medlco,

nieces, Rosemary, Edna, Elva, Margaret, Veronica and
Rulamae; seventeen nephews, Shelton, Michael, Leslie, Cyril,
Franklyn, David, Leon, Rubin, Keith, Eric, Anthony, Alpheus,

Charles and a host of other relatives and friends including,
Withmore and Hazel Emmanuel, Granville and family, Rev.
Claton Hanna and family, Steven Rose and family, Carnetha
and family, Ivis Emmanuel and family, Francis Wilson, Hon.
V. Alfred Gray and family, Roston Cox, Lawerence McKinney
_ and family, Steven Wilson and family, Kenneth Jolmson and
family, Naomi Mackey and family, The Forbes family, Curtis
Hanna, Pastor Donald Deveaux and family and the entire
Community of Acklins and many others too numerous to
mention.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's :

Funeral Home Palmdale Avenue on Friday from 5:00pm until
7:00pm and again at the Church on Saturday from 5:00pm
ttntil service time.



Cleveland Bernard .



Clottie Clothilda
Cartwright, 83

of Mount Vernon Drive, Nassau,
and formerly of Cartwright's,
Long Island will be held on
Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m..at Cartwright's Gospel
Chapel, Cartwright's, Long Island.
Interment will follow at the
cemetery in Buckley's, Long
Island.

_ Left to mourn her passing is one son, David Cartwright Senior;
| one adopted son, Eddie Cartwright; one daughter-in-law,
. Delores Cartwright; one son-in-law, Paulos Cartwright; four
. grand-sons, David Junior, Darryl and Don Cartwright and
. Angelo Burrows; one grand-daughter, Inga Burrows; two
| sisters, Elty. Cartwright and Olga Burrows; four sister-in-
: Jaws, Lorraine Cartwright, Lillian Knowles, Thelma Burrows
_ and Ellerith Cartwright; 2 brother-in-laws, Mitchell Cartwright;
_ thirty four nieces, Annie, Cecile, Christine, Marjorie,
' Gwendolyn, Jacqueline, Virginia Butler, Esther, Sandra,
Pandora, Shelia, Jackie, Eleanor, Mary and Gwendolyn; six :

Virginia, Dianna, Bessie, Cynthia, Alma, Angie, Zerlie, Ellen,

: Cathy, Tena, Cassandra, Maxine, Shirley, Gail, Doreen, Betty,
: Beatrice, Margaret, Joanne, Agatha, Agnes, Cindy, Susan,
: Jennie, Mamie, Monique, and Monica; twenty-seven nephews,
Kevin, Richard, PC 2809 Devon Lightbourne, Anthony and | Wilky, Nelson, Greg, Roderick, Valentine, Edgar, Lynn,
: Milton, Vincent, Allan, Cyril, Jeff, Delbert, Marty, Timothy,
: Tommy, Peter, Matthew, Louis, Philip, Andy, Henry, Emery
: Jr., Terrance, Keith and Kevin, Joe, Kirkland and a host of
: relatives and friends including Ovina, Harriett, and Eulah
: Cartwright, Lowell Burrows, Emery Cartwright Senior; Cathy,
: Monique, Judy, Rico, Agusta, Rio, Ryan, Neil, Susie, Elvis,
: Goudia, Ermie, Everette and Rosie, Lacton and Beryl; Leaders
: and members of Cartwright's Gospel Chapel, the entire
: Cartwright's community, Reverend Dr. Rex Major, Dr. Geraspie
| and the Gibson family.

Realatives and friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's

_ Funeral Home, Palmdale Avenue on
' Friday July 7th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday,
| July 8th, 2006 from 8:30 a.m. until service time at the church.
PAGE 6, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006

Shank You

From the family of the late

KENDAL PEDRO CLARKE
June 13, 1960 - May 22nd, 2006

Deeply appreciated your kind expressions of
sympathy in our great loss. Your thoughts and efforts
were greatly appreciated.

The Clarke family finds healing i in God’s tender
~ embrace, and in knowing others remembered and
cared.

We especially thank Bishop Franklin Ferguson, Pastor
Terrance Forbes, Bishop Rudolph Bowe, Minister
Neville Wisdom, Church of God of Prophecy East
Street, Ministry of Tourism, Cable Beach Police
Station, Management & Staff of Security & General.
Insurance Company, Valley Boys, Watlins Street
Boys, Rock of Ages Funeral Home and Woodlawn
Gardens.

There are so many others who showed us extreme
kindness and assistance - too many to mention all by
name. You will always be remembered in our hearts.

Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts and
prayers.



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Rock of Anes Huneral Chapel

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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR








Exavier
"Charlie"
Cetoute, 78.





of Nassau and formerly
of St. Louis Du Nord,
Haiti will be held on
Saturday 8th July, 2006
at 2:00 p.m. Victory
Chapel Church of The
Nazarene, Minnie Street,
Nassau: Bahamas.

Officiating Dr. Antoine St. Louis, interment tollows
Southern Cemetery.
















He is survived by two sisters, Rechelie Cetoute, 7
Vivi Cetoute, Heme St. Charles Durosier; nine

nephews, Nelson Joseph, Charles Durosier, Lumanie,
Eric Durosier, Elison, Desrameaux, Iliara Dieusel
Joseph, Louverture, Pesiol and Wilner Faustin; eight
nieces, Adelson, Danise Alitha Cetoute, Adeline,

Elvitha, Loudeth and Emmanuel Emile, Guileine
Erlande Annee’, Nadia Durosier; seven cousins, Inover
| Francior, Wilsane and Josler Cetoute, Gedeon Samson
Francois, Durogene Durosier and Salnave Blanc and
a host of other relatives and friends including,
Nadianie, Yobo, Noimeme, Tipoum, Coline Farilien;

Insel Edouard Lu Cane, Dien Tesilia, Annelia, Vertilia,
Tinord, Previlon Francius, Raymond Dieulus,

Tinocles, David Knowles and family, Garth and Camie
| Johnson, The Montell Helens 2 cate dered Park
| Family.
















i Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages
| Funeral Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

| and on Saturday at the auch from 1:00 ‘Pm. until
| funeral time.




~THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES





Cadet, 66

Gardens.



memory; two sons, Hubert St.

Louis from Miami, Florida and |
Antonie Cadet from Fort. Lauderdale; adopted children, Carmelita |

Francique, Rev. Philip Servius from Miami Florida, Willie Godet,

Luc Dano Absolu, Rochnel Charles and Lavnert of Miami Florida; |

three brothers, Hypolite, Maneus and Dieula Cadet; two sisters,
Marie and Lydia Cadet; two sisters-in-law, Delivrance Mustad,
Lanace Pierre; two brothers-in-law, Dorleus Dorgile, Tio K. Cadet;

two daughters-in-law, Miriam Cadet and Solange St. Louis; nine | 7 ; ; ee
: and Ulric; two sons-in-law, Wilfred Jean-Baptiste of Miami, Florida

children, Demetrie, Sandra, Loubert and Sandley St. Louis, Jamal,

Vladimir, Katiana, Nathaniel and Nephtali Cadet; adopted s : eae :
| Pierre; twenty-seven grandchildren, Wilgins, Wilteur, Keticha,

Shavago and Shavandriah Godet; numerous nieces and nephews | Filicha, Kalsey, Waston of Miami, Flordia, Widline of Orlando,
including, Erose, Nadia, Nana, Manse, Matalan, Elise, Mamoune,; Flordia, Alnes, Alvin, Alvinson, Johnsteve, Renaldo, Tamika,
Foufoune and Ermana Cadet, Lakiesha, Rose Kerva and Loudgna | ; 1
_ Sherline of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Bradley, Travis, Chedline,
| Stephanie, Francen; two step-grandsons, Lorenzo and Reynaldo;

: Numerous nieces and nephews including, Meritane, Marinet,

grandchildren including, Martha, Belano and Stephanie Francique,

Charles, Kerland, Flouda and Louselia Dorgile, Lataria, Wilken,
_ Anold, Delase, Exantist and Odieu Dorleus, Suzanna, Yonel,
| Matais and Luke Florvil, Jertha, Germaine and Lakeisha Francis,

| Francis Forbes, Emmanuel Pierre, Germaine Vilneus; numerous
| family and friends including, Lonese Jn. Baptiste and family, |
| Jocelyn Faustin and family, Florene Augustin and family of Orlando |
| Flordia, Lafrance Francique, Mercilia Pierre and family, Julita |
Godet and family, Pierena Jean, Jeanne Petit-Frere, Sharlene |
' including, Lavanette August, John, Charlie, Agahonne, Miss

i Munnings, Matarie Vilsaint, Junior Brutus, Waston, Rony Senat,

Hilicier Hilaire and family, Rev. Dr. R-E. Cooper and family, |
| Melonie Johnson and family, Iversane Didy and family, Fr. Success |
| and family, Rev. George Choute and family, Vito and family, Rev. |
| Idez Laroda and Bethesda Baptist Church, Emmaus Baptist Church |
| family, Samuel Villa and Family, Charlie Munnings and family,
| Tubert Degueme, Rev. Peluis Youth and Jerusalem Baptist Church |
| family, Rev. Dr. Cherelus Exante and family, New Haitian Mission |
, Baptist Church family, Groupe Dames Groupe, D'homme and the |

Sanctuary Choir

en moe.
Lamercie Ce Ce _ Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the

_| church from 1:00 p.m. until funeral time.

of Nassau and formerly of St. :
Louis Du Nord- Haiti, will be ;
held on Saturday 8th July, 2006 |
at 2:00 p.m. at The New Hatian |
Mission Baptist Church, Palm |
Beach Street, Nassau, Bahamas. |
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. |
| Cherelus Exante. Interment |
follows in Lakeview Memorial |

Left to cherish her wonderful :

THURSDAY, JULY 6; 2006; PAGE 7

| Rock of Ages Funeral Chapel

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral



Heureuse Pierre, 60

of Nassau and formerly of Paix,
Haiti will be held at 2:00 p.m. on
Sunday 9th July, 2006 at
Metropolitan Church of the
Nazarene, East Street, Nassau
Bahamas. Officiating Pastor St.
Louis Celiner. Interment follows
in Lakeview Memorial Gardens }
and Mausoleum John F. Kennedy
Drive.

She survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Yvette Pierre of Miami,
Florida and Mrs. Yola Pierre-

Joseph; three sons, Algilien, Owen



and Jean Claude Joseph; two daughters-in-law, Gladys and Norma
Lychelda, Kendisha, Oweniqua, Oven Jr., Rickey, Samiya, Ulrick,

Rosedor, Rosebidiene, Colbert, Edwayen, Delancia, Maxco, Emily,
Telanie, Nelson, Dezire, Elmicia of Orlando, Florida, Alfonce and
Michael; cousins, Mina, Malya, Miss Fegil, Roslyn, Renasa,
Lorenda, Monique, Mareaclow, Marynoel, Inus, Abboleon,
Chimene, Cleralien, Alceus and a host of other relatives and friends |

Daisymae Wallace, Anelya, Delisia, Luzette Petit, Madam Farisson,
Edith, Pastor St. Louis Celiner, Cleare, Samantha Roberts, The
whole community of Lyon Road, Culmersville, Pinedale, The
Grove, Balfour Ave. and Minnie Street.

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Chapel on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday at
the church from 1:00 p.m. until funeral time.


































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FREEPORT
11-A East Goral Road, P.O. Box F-42312
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043

CAROLINE HIELD,
84

- of West End, Grand Bahama will be



12:30 p.m. at St. Mary Magdalene
Anglican Church, West End, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev.
Father Stephen Grant and Reverend
Canon Winfield Goodridge. Interment
will follow in The West End Public
Cemetery, West End, Grand Bahama.

Left to cherish her memory are four
sons, Vincent Sr., Donald Sr., Robert and Wendell Hield; seven
daughters, Eloise Smith, Rose Nell Walker, Gloria Hield, Francis
Simmons, Gwen Henfield, Sherriann Hield and Audrey Stuart,
31 grandchildren, Joanna Smith, Elizabeth Brown, Leon and
Rosalee Smith, Sanford (Clint) Walker, Anya Jones, Risley Monroe,
Vincent Jr., Melissa, Nicole, Ricky and Caleb Hield, Rowtera,
Alexess and Caroline Simmons, Lorraine Cooper, Bradley, Enith
and Renata Nixon, Olivia Hield, Daleina Russell, Donald Jr. and
Reynaud Hield, Georgina Henfield, Sade' Hield, Sheena, Clayton
Forbes, Demandie Bannister, Thomas Feaster, Niamarley and
Shancez Stuart; three daughters-in-law, Curlieu, Dorothy and
Linda Hield; three sons-in-law, Neville Simmons, Stephen Nixon
and Nelson Stuart; three sisters-in-law, Hortense Roker, Sybil
Rollins and Jessie Harp; 40 great grandchildren; three great-great
grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews, Laverna Pierre,
James, Huel, Tavia, Robert, and Ronald Roker, Madline Pinder,
Susan, Karl, Sonny, Shervin Pinder, Father Stephen Grant, Leonard
Grant, Luella and Anne Williams, numerous relatives and friends
including the following and their families, Prestine Wilchcombe,

Georgina Forest, Harold Rolle, Evans Williams, Fr. Stephen Grant, .

Claudia Frazier, Ranae Storr, Jewel Grant, Caroline Rahming,
Isaac Thomas, the Hannas, Maxwell DeGregory, the Bowlegs,
Mable Colton, Hilton Bowleg, Enoch Lightbourne, Addison
Culmer, the Wildgoose, the Rolles of Holmes Rock, Edna Rolle,
Ruth Hanna, Randy Humes, Father Norman Lightbourne, Canon
Winfield Goodridge, Julia Neely, the Outtens, the Hannas of Eight
Mile Rock, the Martins, Dx. Romeo Fernandez, Walcott Russell,
Ella Grant, Gladys Hield, the Hields of High Rock and Cindy
Smith, and also the M.P. for West End The Right Honourable
Obie Wilchcombe, Marville Lightbourne, Stan Ferguson, Ulrita
Turner, Ruby Campbell, Theresa, Velta, Pastor Roosevelt Rolle
of Church of God of Prophecy, Barber, staff of West End Clinic



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

held on Saturday, June 8, 2006 at’



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

“and Cosanleiem Bled

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 e Fax: (242) 340-8034

and the Rand Memorial Hospital, NWC Credit Union, The Port
Authority and Freeport Power Company, The Northern Bahamas
Disabled Group, The St. Mary Magdalene Church family, and the
entire West End community.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Read, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m., and at the church on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until service
time.



MABEL FORRISTER
MOSS, 66

of #132 Clive Avenue, Freeport,
Grand Bahama and formerly of
West Moreland, Jamaica, will be
held on Saturday, July 8, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at St. John's Jubilee
Cathedral, East Settler's Way,
| Freeport, “Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Bishop Godfrey
Williams. Interment will follow in
The Grand Bahama Memorial Park,
Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Left with her memory are husband of 36 years, Lawrence Moss,
five children, Debbie Moss, Rickey and Cecil Smith of Miami,
Florida, Anita Moss-Lightbourne, and Lawrence Moss Jr., of
Freeport; eight grandchildren, Cecil Smith Jr., Antionett Moss,
Denzel, Stennisha, Acrista Lightbourne and Chad Moss; one great
grandchild, Ceondra Smith; one sister, Joyce Grant; two brothers,
Wilfred and David Edwards of Jamaica; four sisters-in-law,
Emmeletha Daxon, Muriel Moss, Mackey Moss of Nassau and
Elouise Moss of Miami, Florida; one brother-in-law, Hilton Moss
of Nassau; one son-in-law, Stennis Lightbourne of Freeport; one

daughter-in-law, Carmen Smith of Miami, Florida and a host of

relatives and good friends, especially her long time friend of 35
years, Mrs. Alice Lindsey and The St. John's Cathedral family.

Viewing will be held in the "Perpetual Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Cematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until service
time.









THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES



FREEPORT
11-A East Coral Road, P.O. Box F-42312

Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas ___.
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043

JOSEPH TIMOTHY
ROBINSON, 85

of Holmes Rock, Grand Bahama and
formerly of Middle Caicos, Turks
Island, will be held on Saturday, July
8, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at Bethel
Baptist Church, Pinedale, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev.
Dennis F. MIssick and Rev. James
Young. Interment will follow in The
Harbour West Public Cemetery,
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.

Left to cherish his memory are
daughter, Aeroleta Robinson-Lightbourne; three sons, Maxwell,
Alphaeus and Larry Robinson; eight grandsons, Devon, Daron,
Deleno, Brad, Larry Jr., Dante', Maxwell Jr. and Matthew; seven
granddaughters; Deorra, Nadia, Vanessa, Acharo, Chandra,



Demertria and Vanessa; two brothers, Othniel and Livingston -

Robinson; two daugthers-in-law, Cottrice and Brenda Robinson;
three adopted children, Mazie Forbes, Claudia Mullings and Leona
Penn; nine great grandchildren, Deangelo, D'Avion, Sariyah,
Makayah, Rashante', Makia, Natario, Gihon and Gibran; two
granddaughters-in-law, Glorian and Claudine Lightbourne; one
grandson-in-law, Dominique Pinder; five sisters-in-law, Roselie,
Cassie, Perlene Robinson, Mable and Jane Taylor; three brothers-
in-law, David, Henry and Johnny Taylor; two godchildren, Ruth
Robinson and Flexie Outten; numerous nieces and nephews
including the following and their families, Hartley Forbes, Rev.
Oseta Henfield, Carolyn Johnson, Vanda Robinson, Jappy
Lightbourne, Flexie Outten, Carmeleta Henfield, Julia Harvey,
Claudia Wells, Janet, Sherlene, Natalie Harvey, Shirley Taylor,
Clarita Lockhart, Sheila Moxey, Alice Goodwin, Rev. Mary Taylor,
Elmira Taylor, Ianthe Pratt, Lorian, Ceselia, Renae, Ferbell, Elsa,
Roth, Joyann, Nervia,.Marylyn McIntosh, Dottis, Withlene, Bea,
Lilla Coussela, Daisy, Pat, Lynn, Kim, Wellington, Godfrey,
Randel, Archie, Ashton, Calvin, Jimmy, Andrew, Carlton Higgs,
Clifton Higgs, MIlton Robinson, Alton Robinson, Albert Robinson,
Emeanus Robinson, Rupert, Charles, Clifford, Hilton, and Charles
Taylor, Stanford Lightbourne and Gladstone, a host of other
— relatives and friends including the following and also their families,
Jackson Gibson, Annamae, Verna, Okell, Wayne, Rev., Nelson
Forbes, Rev. James. Young, Cheribell Henfield, Janet Scaroni,
Willis Neat, Rev. George Brown and family, Margaret Williams
and family, Willis Henfield and family, Ruth Johnson-Forbes,
management and staff of Albuild Hardware, Sir Edward Higgs,

Restores Memorial Maalaary

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENTS



THURSDAY, JULY .6, 2006, PAGE 9

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 © Fax: (242) 340-8034





Leo Missick, Beatrice Clarke, Valarie Tynes, Denise Wilson,
Zenith Williams, Helena Williams, Sherry and Desmond Higgs,
Earl Lightbourne, Michael Swann, Lillian and Clarence Henfield,
Hessie Arthur, of Turks & Caicos, Isaac Outten, Anita Woo and

staff of Freeport Warehouse, Ladybug Dresses, Global Express

Travel Agency, Dawn Weech, Maedon Roberts, Shiela Adderley,
Genevie Pinder, Dorith Collie, Linda Knowles, Frank Lightbourne,
Rev. Dennis F. Missick and the Bethel Baptist Church family.

Viewing will be held in the "Irenic Suite" of Restview Memorial
Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road,
Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
and at the church on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time.

DREW HEPBURN, 5

of Pinedale, Grand Bahama will be
held on Friday, July 7, 2006 at 3:00
p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church,
Pinedale, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Rev. Dennis F.
Missick. Interment will follow in
The Harbour West Public Cemetery,
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
He is survived by his mother,
Sandra Hepburn; father, Derek
Hepburn; three sisters, Dereka,
Derinika and Dereeka Hepburn; four

brothers, Rihaime Colebrooke, Delroy, Demiko and Dre Hepburn;
grandparents, Louise Higgs, David and Veronica Williams; 14
aunts, Rosemary and Lashan Hamilton, Lene, Chiquita, Sharon,
Betty, Monique, Bea, Dee, Christean, Brinell, Bernadette, Arnette
and Cyprianna; six uncles, Derek Higgs, Barber, Wenfritt, David

‘Williams, Mark, and Deon; godparents, Lene, Alice, Sherlene,

Ryan and Grams; grand-aunts, Denise Williams, Princess, Evis
and Matter; grand-uncles, Livingston, Thomas, Charles, Immanuell
and Bertrum; special friends, Jason, Tracey, E.J., Nichola, Vanessa,
Mr. and. Mrs. Forbes, Tara, Shante', Easha and Denise and a host
of other-relatives and friends.

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to

- 5:00 p.m. and at the church on Friday from 1:30 p.m. until service

time.





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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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Joeann Yvette Hall,
ad

of Annex Road off Joe Farrington
Road, will be held on Sunday, July 9th,
2006 at 2:00 p. m. at Bahamas Harvest
Church, Prince Charles Drive.

Officiating will be Pastor Mario Moxey,
Elder Ernest Fisher and Pastor Pedro
Cartwright. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of her
Mother: Brenda Riley, Father: Joseph Hall Sr., Step Mother:
Eloise Hall, Children: Orise Carey, Jason, Ronee and Jerard
Cunningham, Sisters: Ginger Hepburn and Wendy Hall, Brothers:
Anthony, Reginald, Kevin and Gregory Hall, and Lynden Fowler,
Sisters-in-law: Kirsten Fowler and Roslyn Hall, Brother-in-law:
Elrod Hepburn Sr., Nieces: Lyndira, Lynnae, Lyneisha, Gia,
Anthonique, Danielle, Taylor, Kourtney, Kanisha, Skylar, and
Shanwna, Nephews: Andrew, Anthony Jr., Elrod Jr., and. Kori,
Aunts: Alberta Hall, Jennifer, Ellie, Ellen, Willamae, Gloria,
Linda and Rowena Riley, Carlise Davis, and Judy Russell, Uncles:
Kermit, Charles, Bursel, Lloyd, Glen, Leslie, and Barry Riley,
Matthew Davis, and Ifill Russell, Cousins: Je’>Rome, Marina,
Linda, Caroline, Theola, Keva, Sherelle, Larry, Michael, Sherry,
William, Patrice, Shenique, Monte, Wayde, Denise, Nicole, Hope,
Katie, Ernest, Tonya, Darren, Vanessa, Audra, Malik, Roberta,
Ramona, Christina, Fontain, Damone, Rochelle, Helena, Ronesto,
Kevin, Sophia, Brent, Anethra, Sanchia, Shannon, Siana, Janone,
Ilisa, Inga, Ramano, Barrington, Kendra, Shemeka, Latoya,
Sharron, Monique, Natasha, Kimberley, Dirk, Debbie, Ricardo,
Sean, Andrea, Carlton, Terrance, Andrew, Catherine, Anwar, Dana,
and Tonya, God Mother: Pearl Turnquest, numerous Godchildren,
Special Friends: Val and. Yolanda Hart, Patricia Collins, Barbara
Burrows, the families of Della Moncur, Al and Karen Rahming,
Tracy Bastian, Robyn Saunders, Dexter and Denise Curry, Vincent
Rolle, Patrice Collie, Kaynell Gould, Daphne Moss, and Lorraine,
Patrell, Lyn and Terez Hepburn, the Single Mother’s Ministry,
Pastor Mario and Erica Moxey and Sherry Taylor, Other Relatives
and Friends: the Riley, Fowler, Rahming and Oliver Families,
Elder Ernest Fisher and Family, the Carey Family, Bishop Ross
Davis and Church Family, Pastor Pedro Cartwright and Church
Family, the Treco, Sears, Cunningham, Hepburn, Dawkins, Bowleg,
and Christie Families, Marjorie Albury and Family, the Lewis
Family, Bahamas Harvest Church Family, Four Seasons Resort
Management and Staff.

In lieu of flowers, an education fund has been established at the -
Royal Bank of Canada, Account #7008303.

Viewing will be held in the “IRENIC SUITE” at Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier
Road, on Saturday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and again at
the church from 12:30 p. m. until service time.

Borris Elvis “Pa B.
D”’ Delancy, 75

of Spring City, Abaco, and formerly
of Kew, Turks and Caicos, will be held
on Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 10:00
a. m. at the Chapel at Restview
| Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium
Ltd, Robinson and Soldier Road.
Officiating will be Father Sterling
Moss. Cremation will follow.

Left to cherish his memories is his long time Companion of thirty-
five years: Mavis McQueen, Six Sons: Roy, Cecil, Roger, Jack,
Uriel and Zane Delancy, Four Daughters: Victoria Archer, Dethree,

Hillary and Lesley Delancy, Grand Children: Mario, Chantel,
and Mervin Delancy, Natasha Hanchell, Teddy, Condell, Jarand,
Rogette, Blakley, Senetra, Dakota, Uriel Jr., Daclyn Delancy,
Brittany McHardy, Zaneo and Latrell Delancy, Carson Rolle,
Alicia Taylor, Warren Royce, Chandenek Archer, Drayson, Georgia,
Kelly and Serenity Murray, Brothers: Cecil, Eural, Stanley, and
Richard Delancy, Sisters: Cornelia Delancy, Esther Outten, and
Helen Missick, Son-in-law: Ryan Arhcer, Daughters-in-law:
Olga, Norma, Cindy, and Rolanda Delancy, Sisters-in-law: Monica,
Gloria, and Terecita Delancy, Brother-in-law: John Missick, other
Relatives and Friends: Virginia Curry, Cathy Owens and Family,
Tommy and Bessy Pinder, Monica Adderley, the Families of Mary
and Modesta Smith, Robert Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Malfred
Martin, Bishop Clifford Henfield, Cedric Albury, Ali Key, and
the Thagene Family, the Families.of Gwen Penn, Garth Lowe,
Ona Ingraham, Alma Bethel, Ruthmae Hanchell, Sidney Ken,
Mervin Rolle, and Virginia Russell, and the Spring City Community
of Abaco.

Viewing will be held in the “SERINITY SUITE” at Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier
Road, on Friday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and again at
the chapel from 8:30 a. m. until service time.


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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 11

Butler S x Funeral Homes & eunlacian

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas



FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR





MS. RACHEL
ANITA
‘Aunt Rach”

. MOXEY, 88 >

NN

| Lockhart, Curling and Strachan families including;

| Edmund Moxey, Hiram Lockhart, Eliza Wallace,
- | Carolyn Wallace, James “Jimmy” Lockhart, Persis
_ Lockhart-Rolle, Maureen Lesbott, Osborne “Goose”
Lockhart of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Joan Culmer,
| Mary Mycklewhyte, Keith Strachan, Ellis Curling,
_ Patricia Goulbourne of Cincinnati, Ohio, Shirley
| Manuels, Clarice Curling, Dolly Mills of Dundas
Town, Abaco, Sabrina Neely, Edgar Curling, Ricardo
' Curling of George Town, Exuma, Helena Beneby of

Will he Held on Friday. Freeport, Grand Bahama, Elvis Curling, Sylvia Moxey,
July 7th, 2006 at 2:00 :

| p.m. at Maranatha Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Emile Lesbott, Derek Culmer, Rev. Fr. Joseph

Prince Charles Drive. Officiating will be Pastor Eric | Mycklewhyte, Cher Strachan, Frederick Neely and

| D. Clarke and Pastor H. A. Roach. Interment will 2 Beverly Curling and other relatives and friends
| follow u Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. i Giashinl, Caps Fd and Hezron Moxey, Lester Moxey,
| Left to cherish her loving FS eiibncs arc One (1) Son: Pastor and Mrs. H. A. Roach, Pastor and Mrs. Eric

Eugene Wallace; Three (3) Daughters; Paula :

Wildgoose, Dr. Bonnie Franks of Freeport, Grand Cee or and Nuts; Robert Mckinney

Bahama and Donna Bosfield: One (1) Daughter-in- ? and the Worldwide Church of God family, Pastor and

law; Sharon Wallace: Three (3) Sons-in-law; Birkley : Mrs. Ed Allen Canon and Mrs. Harry Bain and the
Wildgoose, Philip Franks and Nathaniel Bosfield; |
Sixteen (16) Grandchildren; Desiree Jackson of
‘Houston, Texas, Scott Geno. Lesetté, Jeanine and 2 Brown and the Staff of the Female Medical Ward II
Gianno Wallace, Myron, Chaunte, Autumn-joi and |
Matthew Wildgoose, Barbara Conliffe of George: .. : ;
| Town, Exuma, Anita and Philippa Franks, Antoine, | Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral
Kerri and Mark Bosfield; Four (4) Great- |
grandchildren; Chahan Wallace, Nathan and Katelyn | on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on
Jackson and Aimee Franks; Two (2) Grandsons-in- |
law; Donald J ackson and Rev. Fr. Mario Conliffe;
Two (2) Sisters; Thelma Strachan and Louise Curling :

and a host of Nieces and Nephews of the Moxey,



Dorothy and Emmaline Lockhart, Desmond Edwards,

including; Idris and Gwen Reid, Ed and Gloria

D. Clarke and the Maranatha Seven-Day Adventist

Pro-Cathedral of Christ the King Anglican Church
family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Dr. Conville

and the entire Ragged Island Community.

Homes and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets

Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and from 1:00
p.m. until service time at the church.







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me,



ELISE RUTH
ROLLE, 81



on Saturday July 7th, 2006 10:45
a.m. at Holy Name Catholic Church,
Bailey Town, Bimini. Monsignor











Joyce Ross, Angelo Rolle, Lawrence Rolle, Frances Rolle; step-




Curneal, Felicity, Natanya, Angerzette, D'Angelo, Nadia,
















Miami; Mary, Nelly, Marie, Catherine, children of B.R.Levarity





Jeanette, Lillis, Cypriana, Claudette, Rev. Earl Francis, Nathaniel
Saunders, Patricia Smith; Kearnar Ferguson, Dorothy Dotten,















the church from 9:45 a.m. until service time.



of Bailey Town, Bimini will be held

_ Simeon Roberts assisted by Deacon :
John Sears and other ministers of |
the clergy will officiate. Interment |
will be made in the Catholic Church |
Cemetery, Porgy Bay, Bimini. |

She is survived by her children, Ruth Saundets, Hatriett Jones, ! Left to cherish his memory forever are those that loved him most, |

: : mother, Maria Scott; daughter, Maleah Scott; sisters, Melissa
daughter, Vera Cassell; 2 daughtes-in-law, Marzetta Rolle and |

Keva Rolle; grandchildren, Patricia, Michael, Luther, Thomasina, 2 Daxon and Wilfred and Dorothy Jack; adopted mother and

Magdalene, Brendine, Dereka, Elsia, Carmine, LJ, Laresse, 2 godmother, Roslyn Andrews; aunts, Merle Johnson, Barbara Daxon _

Shavago, Leander, Dave, Ron, Andre and Gary; great grand | .
children, Tatiana, Travin, Treva, Tyler, Taliyah, Torren, Tiara, | Ingraham, Marva Munroe, Shirley Daxon, Karen Munroe and
Eleazar, Bersil, Nathan, Lataijah, Laylah, Clayton, Michael | ae ; :
Brandon, Mark Anthony; sister, Wilkimay Sawyer J-P. and Rowena Munroe, Joe Munroe, Philip Johnson, Wellington Pinder and Ian
Levarity; brother-in-law, Mr. Angelo Rolle I; sons-in-law, Woodrow
Jones, Randy Ross, Thomas Saunders and Charles; nieces and |
nephews, Faith Levarity, Alexander, Magdalene Murrphy, -:
Alexander, Augustine, Rev. Msgr. Simeon Roberts, Micah, Stephen |
and Van Roberts, Marionette Thompson, Veronica Pritchard, |
Jerome, Anthony, Livingston, Fabian, Leonard, Matthew and
Walter Stuart, Oralee Johnson, Bridget Sherman, Leeland Levarity, |
Selma, Gervase Jacinta, Sidney Jr., Elizabeth Rolle, Hilda James,
| Keva Nelson, Leo, Margo Romer, Violet Vil, Janice Levarity, |
Paul, Ellis Russell, Mitty Ellis, Dec. Oriel, Philip; Lawrence,
Bisop Benjamin, Alvin, Rev. Ephraim, Christopher, Hank, Helen
Bowleg and Sherry Roberts, children of the late Joseph Levarity, |

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|) Bethel Brothers Morticia

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

ns :



MARCIAN COLLIN
SCOTT, 31

of Pinewood Gardens will be held
on Saturday 2:30 p.m. at The
Church Of God Prophecy, East
Street Tabernacle. Pastor Dale
Moss, Bishop Arthur Ferguson,
Pastor Stephen Greene and Pastor
Desmond Peters will officiate.
Interment will be made in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Russell and Monet Sturrup; grandparents, William and Mable

Pinder, Majorie Jack, Marilyn Gardiner, Drucilla Munroe, Janet
Vanria Jack; uncles, Tyrone Daxon, Wilfred Jack Jr., Martin

Gardiner; brother-in-law, Frederick Russell; cousins, Monique
and Benjamin Pratt, Dr. Marcia and Dewitt Brown, Montez
Johnson, William Duncanson, Mia and Mya Pratt, Trevor
Lightbourn, Megan and Miranda Jack, Sachea, Raine, Donovan,
Thaon and Tekoa Munroe, Phylicia and Derek Ross and Amelia
Daxon; godmother, Rowena Symonette; godfather, Earlyn Fox;
special grandmother, Ophelia Fox; special friend, Andree (Gia)
Albury; other special friends and family, Judith Fox, Lillian Scott,
Deborah Thompson, David Fox, Patrice Campbell, Wendy Pugh,
Devon Scott, Tishka Scott, Candace Thomas, Ainsley Deleveaux,
Herman Smith, Stanley Toote, Douglas Hanna, Troy Feaste, Pastor
Dale Moss, Pastor Steven Green and family, Bishop Arthur

_ Ferguson and family, Minister Patrick Musgrove and family, The
Nassau, Mabel Levarity, Iris Miller, Nathaniel Levarity, Adelaide |

Pinder, Michael Levarity Prescola Lockhart, Waren Levarity, :

Church of God of Prophecy Pre-school, Church of God of Prophecy
family Shirley Street, Hazel Chipman, Jaunita Munroe, Reba

Moxey, Oraline Maycock, Dr. Rhonda Chipman-Johnson, Laverne

1a | [ : Sparks and family, Rose Saunders and family, Brenda Cunningham
Esther Rolle, Priscilla Bain, Naomi Seymour; god-children, Jeff and family, Pastor and Sister Desmond Peters and family, Gail
Charlton, David Rolle, Joshua Fowler, Cyril Williams, Jerome — Tyotman, and Members of the Paradise Island Security Services,
Stuart and Zennie Rolle; realtives and friends, Ida David, Doris | Other Survivors include, Edgbert Scott and family, Chemical Bank

Robins, Victoria Wilkinson, Marrion Dottin, Eleanor Rolle, Edna | : :

Levatity, Nurse McQueen and staff of Coastline Community
Nursing Home. Special Thanks to Harriett Jones. L Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians

Friends may pay their last respects at Holy Name Catholic Church !

and Mt. Tabor FGBC family.

on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 and on Saturday from 10:00

on Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight and on Saturday at | a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service

i time.




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Memorial service
for

REV'D MELVERN R.
FORBES-DAVIS

Town, Andros will be held on Friday 7:00 p.m.
Le Rodney Rolle will officiate.

. Tabernacle on Friday from 1:00 p.m. te 6:00
p.m..



Funeral Service

for
-REV'D MELVERN R. FORBES-DAVIS,

of Coral Heights, East and formerly of Congo Town, Andros will be held on Saturday
July 7th, 2006 11:00 a.m, at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church, Yamacraw Road. Bishop :

Samuel R. Greene, Bishop Le Rodney Rolle and Pastor Roy Burrows will officiate.
Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.

Precious memory will forever linger in the hearts of her Husband: Harcourt Davis; one

daughter, Harmelle; two sons, Neil and Christopher; mother, Rev. Roseynell Forbes;

institutional sons, Omar West, Lashan Gilbert, Minister Don Butler, Ian Demeritte; sisters,
Veronica Members of Dania Florida, Winnifred Rolle and Ann Forbes; brothers, Edward, :
Cleveland and Srephen Forbes; sisters-in-law, Rose Bowleg, Annabell Knowles, Patsy:
Evans, Jestina Russell, Jenny Davis, Eunice Kemp, Amette Davis, Sarah, Florena and :
Lavern Forbes; brothers-in-law; Kenneth Members, Leoi Rolle, Michael Hunt, Daniel :
Kemp, Reuben Davis and Tavis Evans; neices, Linda Davis-Rolle, Yvonne McKenzie,
Donna Davis, Sharanda Forbes, Lavern Hunt, Paula and Sheriny Laing, Rasey and |
Antonette Forbes, Shannoil and Anthaneil Rolle, Latoya, Kendra and Brittany Members, :
Philly Rolle, Meisha Forbes, Mel Forbes, Peaches and Clineicia Hunt, Kendra Mckenize, :
Howalina Davis, Kissie Duncombe, Shariyah Forbes, Sandra Forbes, Kenisha and Decaye :
Hanson, Anthonique Stephen, Maria Deleveaux, Loretta Smith, Terry Hawthorne, Beverley:
Smith, Natalie Brown, Margaret Sands, Melbith Davis, Patrenella Evans, Jenny Bowleg; :
Debra Whymms, Glenda Hebpurn, Gwen Deveaux, Natalie Andrews, Evonka and Paulette :
Evans, Kayla,Tinica and Tonya Anderson, Ann Rolle, Sonia, Melissa and Tamara Davis, :
Rasey Davis, Amanda Beckles, Lisa, Renae, Donna and Marissa Lightbourne; nephews, :
Bradley Rolle Jr., Gregory, John, Ivan, Prince, Anton and Kareem Forbes, Cleveland —:
Forbes Jr., Roy Daivs, Davardo Knowles, Alfred Ferguson, Officer #2766 Zhivargo and ;
Basil Rolle, Harcourt Rolle Jr., Zhivargo Rolle Jr., Romell, Lorenzo and Deon Davis, _:
Davardo Knowes Jr., Elrica Knowles, Kenneth Brennen, Kenneth McKenzie, Bradley ;
Rolle, Levi Rolle Jr., David Davis, Fred Bowleg, Ralph Forbes, Glenwood Russell,
Anthony Russell, Jack Andrews, Mallory Greene, Kevin and Nigel Evans, Felix Knowles; :

aunts, Augusta and Virginia Hepburn of West Hollywood, Florida; uncles, Rev. Dr. I. W.

Hepburn of West Hollywood, Florida and Wellington Forbes; godparents, Glendina
Knowles of High Rock, Andros and Martha Duvalier of Nassau; other friends and relatives, :
Tency and Henson Evans of Nicholls‘ Town, Andros, Delores Henfield of Freeport, Katrina:
and Earnestine, Evangelist Nadon Surherland and Family, Evangelist Catherine Roker ;
and family, Dorie Cash and family, The Grant Family, Pastor Hensel and Gula Kemp and_
family, Minister Rosalette and Issac Davis and family, Rev. Cedric Duvalier and family, :
Lenwood Davis, Franklyn Rolle, Gus Hunt, Errol Bethel and family, Pastor William
Pennerman and family, Bishop Lenford Bethel and family, Magistrate Linda Virgil, :
Almonica McBain; Pastor Roy Burrows and family, Rev. Dr. LeRodney Rolle and The :
Refuge Tabernacle Church Family, Dr. Roland Hamilton and family, Prince and Glenda;
Rolle, Free In Jesus Church Family, Elizabeth Sturrup and family, Alpha and Omega

Church family, Bishop Leon Wallace and family, The Community of Norrh Central Andros

and the Berry Islands, The Laing family, Marilyn Johnson and family, The Hepburn and
Kelly families, Margo Blackwell and family, Annamae and Leon Hinsey and the Hinsey
family of Love Hill Andros, Bishop Samuel and Shirley Greene and family of Zion ;

of Coral Heights, East and formerly of Congo
at Refuge Tabernacle, Cowpen Road. Bishop

‘| Friends may pay their last respects at the i



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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR __





Yamacraw Church, Cecil and Barbara Thompson and The Grand Bahama Community,
Edison, Perry, Kirk, Anthony and Michael Adderley, Helena Hassan and Catherine Rolle,
Shirley Coakley. Lydia Adderley. Martha Ferguson, Sandra Coleby, Brenda Freckleton,
Pearline Ferguson. Ola Sands, Mellony Russell, Livingstone Smith, David Brown, Tony
Hepburn, Eldridge Deveaux, The Community of South Andros, Management and Staff
of Doctors Hospital.

Friends may pay their last respects at Refuge Tabernacle, Cowpen Road on Friday from
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church, Yamacraw
Road from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

MARY ELIZABETH
SMITH, 71

4 of #16 Seton Street, Chippingham will be held on

Saturday July 8th, 2006 10:00 a.m. at Evangelic

Assembly, Blue hill Road and Fleming Street. Rev.

Dr. Patrick Smith assisted by Rev. Canon Warren

H. Rolle and Rev. Fr. Rodney Burrows will officiate.

| Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens,
= Soldier Road.

A life well lived will forever be etched in the hearts”

of her loved ones, who include her husband, Ira;

her children, Gertrude Bridgitte Symmonett , Roger,
Michael, Anthony and Brian Smith; her stepchildren,
Vincent and Debra Coleby, Wenzel and Bridgette Hanna, Llewellyn and Nicole Armstrong,
Matthew and Charmaine Edgecombe, Craig, Valentino, Kevin, Ira Jr., Tara, Shenika,
Valeria and Peter Smith; one sister Mrs. Margaret Davis; sons-in-law Don Symmonett
and Anthony Munnings; daughters-in law, Karen, Terri, Tanya and Lilly Smith; sisters-
in-law, Patricia Smith Glinton, Ida Glinton, Yvonne Smith Malcolm; Cleola and Barbara
Smith; brothers-in-law, Sammy Davis Jr., Duke and Alva Smith; grandchildren, Lanecia
Adderley, Rainya Pinder, Anthonecia Welton, Chennika Ritchie, Rheynischka Munnings,
Linelle, Shemika, Roger, Kyle, Kean, Laron, Tamari, Kristian, Danielle, Raymond,
Anthony, Melissa, Brian Jr.; step grandchildren, Laron, Corvette, Alexius, Sky, Shericka
Smith, Tara, Terrilyn‘and Ashleigh Rolle, Satita, Shelby and Sheldon Hanna, Mattea and
Kakan Edgecombe; thirteen great grandchildren, lifelong fiiends, Gracie and Hepburn;
numerous nieces and nephews, Antoinette and Carlton Cartwright, Patricia and Neko
Meicholas, Brian and Tracy Glinton, Heidi Glinton, Carl and Vashti Glinton, Charles and
Phillipa Taylor, Hosea Glinton, Rena Glinton, Candice Darling, Carlos and Anya Glinton
Williams, Willard Hanna, Steven and Felicia Davis of Miami, Alma McCutchen, Dorothy
and Barry of Hallandale, Keith, Michael, Wendell, Leslie, Edison, Marvin, Darren,
Bernadette, Perry, Ken, Marsha, Patrice, Rev. Patrick, Adrian, Michael, Gary, Maurice,
Gregory, Sharon and Paulette Smith, Marcia McMorris, Verna Larry, Chelsea Kemp,
Marva Brown, Rochelle Ingraham, many other family members and friends John, Clinton
and Alphonso Bowe, Lila and Lawrence Butler, Hynah and Kendal Major and family,
Mary and Alphonso Marshall and family, Conrad and Annette Knowles and family,
Kirtland and Rachel Culmer, Vanria Munnings, Ms..Renae McKay and family, Mrs.
Gwendolyn McIntosh and family, Rubie and Kendal Nottage and family, Margaret Lindsay
and family, Lilly Adderley, Hugo and Doris Powell, Kitty Symmonett and family, Pear]
McFarlane and family, Mispah Bosfield and family, John Mckay and family, Wesley
Ingraham and family, Knowles, McKay and Culmer family, Mrs. Ianthe Moxey and family,
Arthur Neely and family, Ronald Seymour and family, Flora Hanna and family, Norma
Scavella and family, Courtney Strachan and family, Marina Pinder and Drug store staff,
Beverly Smith and family, Peter Outten and family, William Outten and family, Paul
Outten and family, Mrs Patricia Carey and family, Roy Popai and family, Gwen Lockhart
and family, Lorraine Henderson and family, Hugh Dorsett and family, Nurse Pratt and
family, Daphne McNeil, David Rolle and family, Godfrey Collie and the Grove Holiday
crew, Eric Rolle and family, Rosalie Bowe, Monica McGregor and family, Dilleth Nain
and family, Deborah Pinder and family, St. Mary's Virgin Church family, Hortence Harris-
Smith and family, St. Agnes Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians on Friday from 10:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

Kight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama

Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250

P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas

DEATH NOTICE

Freamer Adella
Laing, 85

a resident of Pelican Point,
Grand Bahama will be held on
Sunday, July 9th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. St. Matthews Baptist
Church, Pelican Point.
Officiating: Bishop Samuel R.
Green; Assisted by: Pastor
Pedison Baillou. Interment will
follow in the Pelican Point
Public Cemetery. ..



Her memories will always
be cherished by; 2 sons; Pastor
Freddie h. Laing. J.P. and Rev. Ivan Laing; 2 daughters: Betty
Laing-Humes, Leona Laing; 2 daughters-in-law: Nathalie and
Elizabeth Laing; 2 brothers: Harcourt and leviticus Thomas; 1

sister-in-law: Nathalie Thomas; 1 sister; violeta Reckly; 1 brother- .

in-law; John Reckley; 1 adopted son: Teston Laing; 1 adopted
daughter-in-law: Mary Laing; 29 Grandchildren: Elroy, Charles,
Alex, Vella, Freddie Jr., Desmond, Ali Laing, Dellereese Curry,
Pamela Rolle, yvette Newchurch, Cathy. Yvonne, Hanford, Leonora,
Ian, Krista and Deidre Laing, Christopher and William Humes,
Didier Rolle, Kelleandro Hall, Vivian Burke, Gloria, Donald,
Buster, Robier Laing, Sandra Clarke, Jacqueline Morley and Jones;
5 adopted grandchildren: Eleanor Stewart, Clifton Laing, Randolph
and Theo Laing, Judy Pratt; 9 Grand daughters-in-law; Veronica,
Anita, Audette, Nicoya, Shelia, Devon Laing, Latoya Humes,
Majorie and Chinnitra Laing; 6 Grand sons-in-law; Lenoard Curry.
Craig Rolle Sr., Dwight Newchurch, Stafford Clarke, Richard
Morley and Raymond Jones Jr. 48 Great grand children; 3 great-
great grnd children; Nieces: Elva Paula, Carla, Joyce, Sandra,
Fredricka, Michelle and Gloria Thomas, Elvina Bain, Portia hanna,
Tamika Cooper, Martha Laing, Nicey Pinder, Coramae, Virginia
and Beryl Bridgewater, Janice Stuart, Ida Williams, Veronica
Russell and Darling Pinder; Nephews: Issac, Llyod, Neville, Sidney,
Neil, Ronne, Franklyn, Elvis, Rev. Tyrone Thomas, Rudolph Laing,

prince, Romeo and Alexander Bridgewater, Daniel Bain, David |

Hanna and Melvin Cooper; Numerous grand nieces and nephews
including: Rev. Lawrence laing (Chief Councellor for East End,
Grand Bahama), Dec. Curlene laing, Dec. Leon & Mrs. Ianthe
laing, Rev. & Mrs. jammie Leathen & family, Golden Kemp,
Pleasent Bridgewater, M.P., Marco City, Rev. Edwin Oinder &
Mrs. Alma Pinder and host of relatives and friends.

Family will receive friends at Zion Baptist Church (Freeport),
East Sunrise Highway on Friday, July 7th, 2006 from 1:00 p.m. -
6:00 p.m. and on Sunday, July 9th from 9:00 to service time at
church.







THF EISEN Ot CII REET at

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|Bemeritte’s Funeral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
‘MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ° TEL: 323-5782

NS aeas

Daniel Eustace Clare MBE,
KCMG, 91,
a resident of Ridgeland Park West and formerly

of Turks and Caicos Island, will be held at Wesley
Methodist Church, Malcolm Road East on












be Rev. Edward Sykes, assisted by The Rev. John
Malcolm. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memory, his wife, Alice
| Usilda Clare; seven sons, Franklyn, Henry, Daniel
Earl, Sterling, Maxwell, Walter and Jose; six
daughters; Beatrice Saunders, Clementina
Seymour, Susan Sims, Terry Clare, Ilona Smith and Patrice Clare; one sister,
Gertrude Chisolm; fifty-five grand children, Carol, Deborah, Rhoda and Sonovia
Clare, Da'Shan Clare-Paul, Lavern Wildgoose, Marilyn Moreau, Charles, Don
and Llewellyn Clare, Alice Beatrice Concepcion, Anne Rahming, Brendalee Clare-
Richards, Philip, Anita, David and Scott Clare, and Patty Glinton; Helena, Michelle
-and Michael Clare, Nicola Heastie and Preston and James Riley Clare:Troy and
Mona Lisa Saunders and Gigi Williams, Edward Keith, Mico Yon and Tito
Seymour; Tamika, Nivia and Chanelle Clare and Cher Nicholas, Alicia Brown,
Quincy and Vanchell Brown Clare, Bianca Clare and Detra Clare-Morris, Danika,
Krisia, Quincy, Indiria, Vito, Manchester Clare, Denelta Garland and Marisa
Pierre, Rushan Muncuff, Krisany (Meisha) Ghosh, and Krishand Severin, Javon
Hall, Andrea, John, Ross and Simone Johnson, Kingsley Outten and Trinese Smith;
seventy-three great grand children including, Sasha Bain, Paige, Don Jr. and
Lakiesha Clare, Theoman Parkerm, Brent and Tiffany Moreau, Thomas, Tiffany
and Trevor Wildgoose, Aurecio, Christoff, Christy, Daniel, Danielle, Davia, David
Jr., Daniel, Deomardo, Kingsley, Mona Lisa, Phillip I, Phillip II, Phillip a, Tamaram
Tavaldo, Tennielle, Torry Clare. Felicia, Joshua, Roberto and Raymond Concepcion,
Lushano Lightbourne, Antonio McKenzie, Javanique and Jarvis Rahming Jr.
Trinton and Tranae Clare, Tanie Heastie, Andreanna, Jeff and Lexianna Johnson,
Diamond and Lynden Nicholas, Quetella, Quincy and Vandera Clare, Ray-Jay
Clare, Quante Ewing, Danielle Garland, Shania and Shanel Green, Makayla and
Mya Tucker, Timonique Davis, Kennedy Rolle, Tabitha, Tia, Tico, Troy Treasure,
Sasha, Ronald Jr. and Sharika Saunders, Larren Williams, Devon and Chardonnae
Seymour; thirteen great great grands, Cleveanna, Damien, Ikera and Marcia Clare,
Eduardo Concepcion, Ronika Forbes, Deshawn Mckenzie, Charles and Marcus
Montgomery; five daughters-in-law, Edna, Elaine, Jacqueline, Madge and Myrtis
Clare; one son-in-law, Edward Seymour Jr.; nine grand daughters-in-law including,
Donna Clare-Rose, Michelle Clare, Nicola Brown, Tamara and Latina Saunders,
Gwendolyn and Mary Seymour; eleven great grand sons-in-law including, Raymond
Concepcion Sr., Audley Glinton, Samuel Heastie, Jeffrey Morris, Terah Pierre,
Jarvis Rahming Sr., David Richards and Larrington Williams; one Great great
grand daughter-in-law, Kathy Concepcion; two sisters-in-law, Ruby and Lois
Clare; one brother-in-law, Louis Chisholm; twenty-five nieces including, Allison,
Becky, Bernadettem Bethel, Blythe, Brenda, Cheryl, Dianne, Edith, Enid, Eunice,
Blythe, Wilma, Paula, Gertrude, Margaret, Marilyn, Maria, Mercedes, Muriel,
Pat, Patrice, Rosella, Sally, Valverine and Walley; fourteen nephews including,
Albert, Alfred Jr., Clayton, Derek, Edgar, Evan, Felton, James, Leroy, Lee, Myron,
Turton Jr., Wendell and William (Bill) Clare; and a host of other relatives and
friends including: Oswald, Leslie and Niles Francis and family, Maurice Glinton,
Jean Lightbourne and family, Earlean Elliotte and family, Norman and Emily
Saunders and the members and supporters of the Peoples National Party in the
Turks and Caicos Islands, Special Thanks to, the medical staff of the South Caicos
Clinic, the medical staff of the Grand Turk Hospital, the medical staff of the

| Providenciales Hospital, and the medical staff of the Oncology Clinic and the

Princess Margaret Hospital Nassau, Bahamas.
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 9:00
| a.m. until service time.

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Saturday July 8th, at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will |.

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RUBEN LEON "THE
BIG RUBES" ROKER,
64





Roads.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte'S Funeral Home,

IVY JOHNSON, 50

Cemetery, Shirley Street.





Hemeritte’s Funeral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOx GT-2097 ° TEL: 323-5782

: Fowler, Paulamae Miller, Yvonne Mortimer, Linda and family,
: Rosemary, Shantell, Bernie, Nike, Tellie, Ethel, DeaDea, Barry,
: Diedre Morris, St. Bede's Church family, Lion Road, Johnson road
: and Balls Alley community and the staff of the Princess Margaret
: Hospital.

a resident of Key West Street, will :
be held at-Fellowship Church of God :
in Christ, Comfort Street off Hay Street, :
on Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 11:00 :
| a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Garnet :
_| Gibson, assisted by Hartman Stuart. :

Interment follows in Southern ;
Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard }

His survivors include, one brother, Isaac Roker, two aunts, Mary :
Walkine and Margaret Palacious; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Emma Roker :
and Mae Roker; nephews, Derek, Brian Spence, Yul, Deval, :
Kirkwood, Leon and Theodore Roker; nieces, Kim Williams, Ava, :
‘Shane and Kelly Roker and Nancy Mackey; cousins, Theda Godet, }
Violet Farquharson Lambert (of Toronto Canada), Adell Moss, :
Leo, Robert and Basil Farquharson; Bloniva Malcolm, Bolton, :
Frankie, Dwight, Irwin Jr., Eugene, Archdeacon James, Freddie :
and Pamela Palacious, Homer, Wanda and Deno Williams, Margaret :
Hopkins, Ophelia, Carmetta and Vincent Cartwright, Beatrice |
Farrington and Cynthia Smith; a host of grand and greatgrand }
nieces and nephews, the gang from The Seven Seas Restaurant :
and Bar, The Cotton Tree Bar, The Meadow Street Park, The :
Salvation Army; special friends Mrs. Marion Palmer, Margo Rogers :

and Francis Clarke. May Reuben's soul rest in peace. | Wallace, (U.S. Army), Victoria Mills of Norfolk, Virginia, Raquel

: Bootle of Murphy Town, Abaco, Raquel Wallace of Freeport,

Market Street from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Grand Dales Ser cocoons welloce OF R-B-BE. Grand Bahama,

Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time. Easis, Johanaton, Craig, Raymond Mackey Jr., Eddie, Eric, Jason

: Mackey, David, Jason, Lance, Helena, Lakeisha, Sadie, Edward,

: Anthony, Beryl, Shelly, Prestonia, April, Abigail, Prince, P.S. Jr.,
-} President, Sandra, Julian Miller, Terance, Shavanda, Tina Watkins,
: Bridgette Simmons, Georgia, Jermaine, Pamela, Andy Jr., Amal,

: Patrice, Deisha, Gayle, Leon, Chris, Stephen, Shena, Theresa,
: Kendal, Randolph and Godfrey; 89 great grand children; 12 great
a resident of Bartlette Street, Fox Hill, :
will be held at St. Bede's Catholic Church, :
#10 Sutton Street, off Kemp Road, on :
‘Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. :
Officiating will be Fr. Alain Laverne. :
Interment follows in the Ebenezer :
: mention including: Philip Mitchel, Sydney, Danny and Apostle
Left to cherish her memory are her six :
sons, Kendal Johnson-Reckley, Kelsey, :
Shawn, Prince Kirkland, Devon and Kevin }
Carroll Johnson; one daughter, Sharmaine :
Johnson; one grandson, Gary Jr., numerous relatives and friends }
including, Maureen Newchurch, ‘Cholta Duncombe, Carolyn and :
Ambrose Davis, Stephen Davis, Bishop George and Rev. Saveletha :



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Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and on
Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

Madrianna (Marjorie
Anna) Wallace, 91,

a resident of Rock Crusher Road and
formerly of Behring Point, Andros,
|. will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic
| Church, Boyd Road, on Saturday, July
| 8th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Fr. Martin Gomes, ss.cc.
Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish her memory are her
5 sons, Kenneth Joseph, Evangelist Wellington Bernard, Dennis
Ednal, Pastor Preston Simon and Bishop Simeon Chrysostom
Wallace; 3 daughters, Joyce Small, Virginia Williams and Princess
Pinder; 73 grandchildren including, Deaconess Marjorie Wallace,
Stephanie Neeley, Fredricka Baker, Paulette McKenzie, Lauren









Prison Officer Wellington Wallace Jr., H.M.P. Sgt. Dudley Wallace,

great grandchildren; 2 sons-in-law, Noel Small and James Jay
Williams of Marsh Harbour, Abaco; 6 daughters-in-law, Miriam,
Nurse Beryl, Maris, Maria, Vernita, Sylvia Elizabeth; 2 adopted
daughters, Mildred Butler and Sylvia Wallace; 3 nieces, Mary
Swaby, Lenora Williams and Vernita; 2 nephews, Harcourt Williams
and Charles Williams; many other relatives too numerous to

Charles Wallace and family, Alfred and Rosald Williams and
families, Braynen, Coakley, Thompson, Russell families, Daisy
Nottage and family, Cargill Creek Communities and Rock Crusher
Road Community.

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
Saturdayzat the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
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FLORIE "MAMA"
CLARKE, 80






will








Road.



Left to cherish her precious memory are five daughters,




daughter-in-law, Leleitha Clarke; five sons-in-law, Hosea
Johnson, Alfred Demeritte, Joseph Rolle, Livingstone Bullard




Kenneth and Alexander Russell of Florida; one sister-in-law,




Clarke, Rosanda Sears, Antenel, Patrice, Natasha and Chris



Monique Bullard, Christal, Thea and Shonell Outten, Glen
Pratt, Joseph Jr and Jodie Rolle, Alexander, Michelle, Michael,
Mitchell Johnson and Masie Miller; three granddaughters-in-
law, Typhany and Samantha Clarke and Shona Pratt; two
grandsons-in-law, Leroy Miller, Edwin Sears; 31 great-
grandchildren, Monique, Anthony, Kevin, Kevinique, Leroy
Jr., Mya, Floyd, Avron, Shavron, Shandia, Shanria, Fritz,
Erica, Edison Jr., Tamar, Tio, Oswell Jr., Clint Jr., Quinton,
Shonell, Dayze, Zaccoria, Cyrius, Davonte, Jamie, Jeremy,
Kristheo, Kristian, Kristhea and Anesha; nieces and nephews,
Charles Beneby of West Palm Beach, Florida, Linda Farrington,
April, Jason, Jeremy, Ivan, Davon and Cleveland Russell,
Elvis Dean, Brian and Ernest Clarke, Gloria, Madge Rolle
and Yvette Stuart, other relatives and friends including, Lydia
Adderley and family, Vernice Wallace, Elthie Pratt, the Mackey




















Pitt Road Community, the Johnson Park Seventh-Day Adventist
Church family and the staff of Princess Margaret Hospital.





1:00 p.m. until service time.



a resident of Nassau Street and :
formerly of Lowe Sound, Andros, :
will be held at Johnson Park :
Seventh-Day Adventist Church, |
Johnson Park off Farrington Road :
on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating :
be Pastor Jeremiah
Duncombe. Interment follows in :
Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail :



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MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782.

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WILMON
THEOPHILUS
SAUNDERS, 56.

| a resident of Florida and formerly of
Nassau, will be held at First Baptist
Church, Market Street, on Saturday
July 8th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Earle Francis and
Minister Bernal Bullard. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.



He leaves to mourn his; mother, Dolly Cooper; father,

Hezikiah Patrick Saunders; children, Denise Saunders -Barns

Marjorie Johnson, Madeline Demeritte, Janet Rolle, Dianne and Wilmon Saunders Jr.; son-in-law, Alvin Barns; daughter

Bullard and Sandra Burrows; one son, Ernest Clarke; one | in-law, Susan Saunders; three grandchildren, A.J and Jamal
: Barns and Deshann Saunders; five brothers, Godrey Bruce
( ? and Leroy Bethel, Phillip and Bruce Saunders; two sisters, -
| and Junior Burrows; one sister, Helen Hall, two brothers, | Prehula and Shanise Gordon; six aunts, Lenora Gibson and

: family, Beatrice Gibson and family, Inez Bullard and family,
Ruby Duvalier; 25 grandchildren, Lemkul, Mario and Edison :

Viola Bodie, Catherine Saunders and Doris Saunders; one

uncle, Alvin Bodie; sisters-in-law, Mena, Sonia and Denise
Brice, Clint Clarke, Livingston Jr., Eldon, Carlton, Otis and i

Bethel, Carolyn Saunders and brother in-law, Albert Williams;

: fifteen nieces, Desiree, Nanika, Shannan, Nadia, Gilda, Yvonne,
: Lavette, Yanell, Dolly Ann, Antonika, Shequella, Amanda,
: Raquella, Jane and Dr. Arlene Whiteman Saunders; twenty
: nephews, Vaughn, Richard, Deon, Bova, Denny, Deymean,
: Robert, Deno, Amard, George, Dominique, Deangelo, Tamar,
: Tamil, Brandon, Bernard, Glenroy, Oneal, Normando, and
: Omar; his special family and friends; Lenora Conyers and
: family, Florinda Rolle and family, Elvia.Pratt and family,
: Antoinette Pratt and family, Marion Aranah and family, Bernal
| Bullard and family, Stedman Bullard and family, Patrely
: Bullard and family, Ernestine Flowers and family, Paula Bain
: and family, Patricia Taylor and family, Sheena Rolle and
: family, Beverly Coleby and family, Glen Johnson and family,
: Jamos Johnson and family, Sidney Cooper and the entire
: Cooper family, the Kerr family, the Sears family, the entire
family, Vivian Sealy, Victoria Leadon, Sister Curtis and family, :
George Robinson and family, the Lightbourn family, Francita |
| Wallace, the Bain Town Community, CTO Mall of Marathon, |

family of the late Rose Johnson, Bessie Remez, Beverly
Gordon, Geneva Finlayson, Eloise Cox, Enoch Lightbourn,
Shequella (Koola koola), Sharrnise (mesa, pesa) whom he

| affectionately named, Rev. Dr. Earle Francis and family, the
i entire First Baptist Church Family and his entire host of other
: caring friends and families.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral |
Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday |
and on Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the church from |

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on

: Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m.-until-service-time= |





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MOTHER GRACE
ETOILE GARDINER, |
AG





a.m. Officiating will be Bishop
Pastor Clarence N. Williams,
assisted by Rev. Pastor Julian A. Johnson, Rev. Pastor Talbot
W. Collie, Minister Pastor Rowena Fawkes, Minister Pastor
Andy Ferguson, Minister Pastor Rolance Pratt & Minister
Pastor Cassell Higgs. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, JFK Drive.

Fond cherished memories will forever be in hearts of her
husband - Winston Alexander Gardiner; four daughters -
Minister Sandra Forbes, Whilemena Henfield, Deaconess
Norma Jane Knowles and Rev. Dianne Gardiner; 1 son - Mr.

Ebbie, Helen, Chinga, Julie, Enid, Virginia, Sherry and Regan.



— Hemeritte’ s Suneral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY |
MARKET STREET ° P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

| Pratt, Dorothy Brown, Joycelyn Knowles, Bishop C.N. Williams

: Rosalie Foulkes & Food Service Department. And a host of
: other relatives and friends too numerous to mention individually. |
a resident of Ced"r Way, Golden :
Gates #2 & formerly of Turks & |
Caicos Island, will be held at Church |
of God of Prophecy, East Street :
Tabernacle, on Saturday at 10:00 :








Scott Clarke. 13 grand children - Eltisa, Robin, Latara, Romeha, :
Davaughn, Jamaine, Chelo (predeceased), Isiah, Stom, Jerusha,
Samantha, Lekeisha, Jeff and Shamano. 4 great grandchildren :
- Demetrio, Thomas Jr., David and Terran. 7 sisters - Vernita |
Missick, Martha Hudson, Princess Basden, Dottis, Valarie, :

: Bahama, Yvonne Johnson, Stephanie Thompson, Matilda

Dianne, and Coreen Higgs. 2 brothers - Benjamin Forbes Sr. : McCartney, Sandra Gibson, Martha Brown and Elamae

and Rev. Shelton Higgs. 3 sons-in-law - Thomas Forbes, Rufus :
Knowles, and Ferlin Henfield. 1 daugher-in-Iaw - Mrs. Clarke. | Edgar and Vander Moss, Anthony and Lenord Johnson; one
4 sisters-in-law - Cybilene Burns, Mayola Gardiner, Ingrid :
Higgs and Marcelle Forbes. 2 brothers-in-law - Vinston and : Miller, Naomi Whymns, Ruth Gibson, Hester Brennen and

Anthony Gardiner. 18 nieces - Renay, Barbara, Dionne, Joan, ' Birdy Edgecombe; three granduncles, Samuel Miller, Ellis

Donna, Cynthia, Kathy, Louise, Meoshe, Tammy, Gidget, 2 Whymns and Yelveton Edgecombe; a host of other relatives
: and friends including Michael, Anton, Charlene, Dion, Jonathan,

13 nephews - Michael, Dwain, Nicky, Rocky, Hank, Benjamin, | Jayon, Latoya, Leteria, Lamar, Leronzo, Debbie, Princess,

Benjamin Jr., Raymond, Randy, Darron, Deashron, Tamar and :
Cromwell and many grand and great-grand nieces and nephews. : Diesza, Stacy, Omar, Roshelle, Mrs. Moxey, Mrs. Maycock,

Other relatives include Bertha & Enid Gardiner, Franklyn, : irs. Iva Johnson, Hon. Bradley Roberts and the Bain and

Sonny and Rufus Smith of New York; Ashley Thompson, : Grants Town communities, Rev. T. G. Morrison and Zion

Emadle Henfield, Fiona Saunders, Shirley and Wendy Clarke, | ‘Baptist Church, Shirley Street family, Rev. Dr. Robert

Keturah Ferguson, Bishop J.M. Swann & Family, Joseph :
Henfield. Life long friends - Grenelda Bodie, Velma Chase, :
Dianne Rahming, Hilda Moxey, Marietta Ferguson, Lenora }
Evans, Mrs. Joanne Webb & family, Ms. Joanne Louis, Elvetta :
Lockhart, Mother Lawrence, Hopeful Hanna, Ms. Mavis, Ms. :

: and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service

Maria, Mrs. Beneby & family, Ms. Laurel Butler, Ms. Harriette | time.

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 17

& the Seven Hills congregation, Shirley Street congregation,
_ Paithway Christian Academy, Nurse Lucina Richards, Mrs.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on
Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

SHEENA MOSS, 22

a resident of Rodgers Corner will
be held at Mount Calvary Baptist
Cathedral, Blue Hill Road and Laird
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Glen Miller
and Rev. Dr. Edward McPhee.
| Interment will follow in Old Trail
_ | Cemetery, Old Trail Road.

































Left to cherish her memory are her
grandmother, Mrs. Solomie Moss; stepfather and mother, John
and Stephanie Campbell; two brothers, John and David; eight
aunts, Rebecca Moss, Miss Diana Butler of Freeport, Grand

McIntosh; six uncles, Sterling Moss of Chicago, Frederick,

great grandaunt, Mildred Pinder; five grandaunts, Rosemary

Judy, Ruby, Keva, Miss Vernita Green, Mr Renfond Bethel,

Colebrooke and St. Paul's Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday
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Reverend Michael
_ Akinwande West, 29,







Convention Center, Joe Farrington Road,









A. Johnson, Sr., assisted by other ministers.
Interment follows in Western Cemetery,
Nassau Street. :



Left to cherish his memory are his mother, Elizabeth Betty West; sister,
Shantelette West; adopted father, Elder Jim Williams; grandmothers,

























Bemeritte’s Funeral dome

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

: Remelda Johnson and family, Linda Demeritte, the Roker family, Anthony
: and Jonathan Davis, Florence and Andrew Gardiner, Antonio and Tyrone
: Archer Jr., Annalee Pennerman and family, Eartha Pyfrom and family,

: Yvonne Rolle and family, the Storr, Linden and Arnette families of San
a resident of Poinciana Ave. Pinewood

Gardens, will be held at Church of God :
: Laing, Duke Errol Strachan and family, Anthony Stubbs, Bemed Bethell,
will be held on Saturday July 7th, 2006. at :
10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Moses :

| of 2005, George Heastie, Ian Pratt and the Undivided Love family and
: a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church

: from 9:0 a.m. until service time. ©
Rosanna McPhee, Mrs. Mildred Dr. Chue' Maurice and Mother Enid Ellis; :

grandfathers, Rev. Dr. Sammie Saunders; aunts, Shemah Saunders- :
Darling, Stemethia Saunders-Roker, Kimberlena Saunders, Margaret, i
Marilyn and Lorraine Davis, Charlene Curry, Rhonda Patton, Sheena !
Hall, Marcia and Dorothea Newman, Alice Newman Cox, Avis Bullard, :
Denise Colebrooke, Sharon Newman; uncles, Sammie Jr. and Keith ;
Saunders, Charlberto Darling, Jonnie Roker, Alvin Davis, Headley, Mario :
and Leno McPhee, Robert and Hubert 'Birch' Newman Jr., Terrance |
Newman of Washington D.C., Perez Patton, Ricardo Curry and David :
Hall; grand aunts, Alfreda Flowers, Agnes Glass, Gloria Dorsette, Olga :
Higgs, Shirley Brown, Naomi Major, Sylvia Rahming, Jenniemae Charlton, :
| Maryarm Wilson, Rosalyn, Sarah and Cyntie Saunders; grand uncles, :
Daniel, Amos and Alfred Saunders, Leroy,Glass, Arthur Dorsette, Edward
Brown, Sidney Major, Kenneth Williams; godchildren, Marcus, Klovis :
Jr. and Anthony; other relatives and friends, Shem Moss, Charlberto 'C.J.' :
Darling, Gurt Clarke and family, Arielle, Ashley, Angeliqua and Samantha :
Saunders, D'Angelo Deveaux, Jonnee Roker, Shariece Morrison, Ashanti
Newman, Monette Newman, Elaine and Ottlow Robinson, Antwon,
Jefferson, Sheldon, Tavares, Davino, Chavard, Perez Jr., David, Aaron, :
Theon, Indira, Thia, Kenva, Latoya, La-dawn, Keisha, Ashley, Shandishia,
Cardina, Rickia, Nickie, Jacinta White, Reggie Demeritte, Frederick and :
Veronica Curry, Alice, Berthamae Thompson, Verna Kemp, Lavada Horton, :
Sandra Nixon Braithwaite, Katymae 'June' Archer, Veronica Bethel, :
Christian Adderley, Florence Gardiner, Antoine and Tyrone Archer Sr., } ; ; :
Ellamae Margaret Hoplins, Staff of Just Rite Bakery and a Dressmaking | Rodnique, Nicknell, Precious, Rodney, Anthony Jr., Shem, Quenton,
and Variety Store, The Fox Hill and Centreville Communities, Brian and
Lynette Williams, Lionel and Vema Gilbert and family, Dona Culmer
Whyrnms and family, Gregory and Marilyn Rahming and fumily, Ms. :
Lillian Bethel and family, Earlis Symonette, Rev. Cephas 'Winkie' and :
Brenda Dames and family, Bishop Moses Sr. and Sis. Cynthia Johnson :
| and family, Church of God Cathedral family, Bishop Harcourt and Hazel :
Pinder and family, Bishop John and Prophetess Jennie Humes and family, :
Apostle Charles and Merrill Wallace and family, Rev. Rudy Roberts and :
family, Sandra Shackleford and family, Bishop V.G. and Elder Beverly :
Clarke and family, Frantz Ferguson, Ricardo Davis, Sybil Rolle and family, :
McKallan, Ethan and Maggie Stubbs, Theresa Brooks and family, Staff :
of Premier Importers, Aquinas College Class of '94, Anthony Moss, :

Addington Godet, Linda McPhee and family, Andres Cooper and family, | tm 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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Salvador, the Saunders family, Pamela L. Reckley, Lakishia Knowles,
Toneika Russell, Brian Mackey, Judy Lafleur, Rolly Culmer, Marcus

Charles Greenslade, Quincy Knowles, Clayton Johns, Elder Jim and
Gloria Williams, Monica Ferguson and family, Ministry of Youth Class

Friends may pay their last respects at Dementte's Funeral-Home, Market

é Christopher Gardiner, 44,

- aresident of Elizabeth Estates and formerly
of Broughan Street, will be held at Mt. Horeb
Baptist Church, Sandyport, West Bay Street,
on Saturday July 8th at 10:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Lloyd Smith. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.









Left to cherish his wonderful memory are,
wife, Lorna Gardiner; father, Alvin Gardiner;
step-father, Walter Polider; 9 sisters, Judy

Strachan, Janet Russell, Stacy Baker, Rose,
Theresa, Portia, Philistina, Sherell and Shanty; 10 brothers, Daniel,
Anthony, Kennedy,Gregory, Jeffery, George, Kirk, Godfrey, Audley and
Tyrone; 4 brothers-in-law, Clarence Russell, Charles Strachan, Brian
Baker, Arnold Cooper; 6 aunts, Gwendolyn Johnson, Gretal Sweeting,
Eloise Johnson, Levita Johnson, Yvonne Johnson-Taylor and Vivian Hall;
2 uncles, Ruben Gardiner and Fred Gardiner; 3 grand gunts, Daisy Johnson,
Francis Gaitor and Marietta Deaveaux; numerous nieces and nephews,

Devanta, Tenaj, Kenya, Grea, Brianardo, host of other relatives and friends
including, Percy and Alma Young, Elaine Thompson, The Broom Street
family, The Elizabeth Estates family including Louise Dawkins, Emily
Roberts, and Mr and Mrs Rupert Ferguson. Rev. Dr. Elkin Symonette and
the Ebenezer family, Rev. Lloyd C. Smith and the entire Mt Horeb family,
Ernestine Johnson, caregivers, Shanice McKenize, Shemah Darling, the
doctors and nurses of Princess Margaret Hospital, the Johnson family, the
Gardiner family and many other relatives and friends too numerous to
mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on a: and on Saturlay at the church
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JUST IN, RUNS LIKE NEW
2000 GRAND PRIX SE
Silver, CD, AC, 20” chrome

rims, :
a real luxury ride. Asking
$8,000.00
Bank. assistance available

2000 CHEVY CAVALIER
2 door, auto, 18” rims
$4,500.00
Tel: 323-5080/565-7592



BB #399
2000 — 2004 Dodge Dakota's + D -—
1500 pick —ups, Licence & Inspection
warranty Services etc.
Prices starting $10,000 & up.
View at Sanpin Motors.
Call: 325-0881/2.

BBF #275
1999 Honda Civic,
red, fully loaded, super fast, DVD,
excellent condition
$9,000 ONO,
Call: 525-8064 or 422-631

BBF #276
1995 Cadillac Deville,
immaculate, distinctive,
$6,800,
Call: 392-1293 or 427-8806

BBF #277
1980 Mercedes Benz 300SD,
turbo diesel, fully loaded, leather int.
excellent condition,
$3,500 ONO,
Call: 457-0145



BBF #286
1995 Toyota Windom,
RHD, excellent condition,
never driven in the Bahamas,
$6,800 ONO,
Call: 325-8301

BBF #289
1996 Chevy Blazer,
keyless entry, A/C, CD, leather int. factory
rims, $5,500 ONO,
Call: 359-0560 or 324-5869 evening

BBF #295
1999 Honda Odyssey Van,
green, full loaded, fully pwr,
bucket seats, very clean ,
Call: 323-8970 or 365-8918



BBF #296
Caterpillar OEM
or After market parts,
BEST PRICES, Truck & Tractor Parts,
Call: 305-776-8390 or 305-433-7004



BBF #312

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

BBF #313
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

BBF #316 .
2002 Dodge Neon,
auto, pwr, A/C, sound system, body kit, 18"
chrome rims, must go, clean in & out,
$7,500,
Call: 544-0297 or 356-4415

BBF #318
1997 Ford Explorer,
XLT, V8, green, leather, A/C, fully pwr,
$6,500 ONO
Owner leaving island,
Call: 324-1483/436-2986/426-3967,
or 426-9862, Excellent condition, low mileage.



BBF #319

Karat Cabinets,
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Interior designs for shops and offices,
all: 686-9776



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BBF #335 -

BBF #325

2000 Tahoe,
fully pwr, Ithr, 24" rims, sound system,
$23,500
Call: 454-4733 or 364-4910

BBF #326

2001 Ford Explorer,
blue, built in alarm, $7,800 ONO,

_ 2001 Ford Explorer, black, w/fog light,
$7,800 ONO Call: 427-4037

BBF #328

- 1999 Chevy Silverado Z71 4X4,
Lift Kit, Rims & Tires, Good Condition,
$19,000 O.B.O.
Ph.324-6605 or 457-2676



2004 Honda Accord,
4-dr, V6, silver, black Ithr, 6 disc CD changer,
fully loaded, sunroof, 20" chrome rims, low
mileage, A/C, excellent condition, must see to
appreciate, serious inquiries,
all: 328-2511 or 422-4405







2000 Dodge Durango,
A/C, CD, Ithr int. seats 7 persons,
remote alarm,
$12,500,
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1994 Rea Ray Sundancer 50 ft..
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2000 Tahoe,
ny red, sunroof, A/C, Ithr int. CD, alarm, keyless new custom hard top with full enclosures, new
fully pwr, Ithr, 24" rims, sound system, entry, fully pwr, standard shift, in excellent frig, stereo, tv, XM throughout, rebuilt 14kw
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BBF #339 1999 Acura 3.0CL Coupe $8800 -
. Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Leather bucket seats, fully
1997 Honda Accord BBF #334 pwr, Driver Side Power Seat, Driver's Side Air Bag, Trip
for sale and Sits Anti-Lock Brakes, Heated Seats, Security Features, Air
2003 Honda Civic, Conditioning, MP3 Player with remote, Bose sound

Chevy Monte Carlo for sale, ask for Mr. Butler 18" rims, system, Wood Grain Dash, Map Light, Moonroof,.

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BBF #341 BBF #344 BBF #361
1999 Lexus 7 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, © 2000 Honda Accord,
20" rims, 2400 amp, very clean 20" chrome rims, sound system, dark green, low mileage, extra clean,

5 A/C, alarm, clean int. ‘
in & out, $20,000, $17,500 ONO, automatic, $9,500 ONO,

Call: 455-8601 or 565-4422 Call: 477-3105 or 455-3233 Call: 477-3105 or 455-3233

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$14,000 ONO,

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BBF #366

1995 Nissan Sentra,
A/C, very good condition, full pwr, runs great,
$4,000 OBO,
Call:394-2285 or 558-2136

2006 Hyundai Tucson,
1 Owner 10k miles, fully loaded, clean title,
excellent condition,
selling because we're building home,
$19,000,
Call: 322-2316 or 456-7301

BBF #368
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,
clean title, 18K miles, fully loaded, excellent
condition, BMAC inspected, $30,000,
Call: 322-2316 or 456-7301

BBF #369
1996 Nissan Senira,
CD, 17" chrome rims, alarm, A/C,
(Lexina) extra clean,
$4,500 ONO,
Call: 502-2707 or
323-7002





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$4,500,
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owner leaving island,
_. Call: 393-2667, or 436-8911






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BBF #371
1994 Honda Accord,

A/C, sound system, 18" chrome rims, coil overs,
fully pwr, air babs, crystal front racing cams,
clutch, pistons, K&N filter,
chrome qual exhaust,
$4,700 ONO,

Call: 325-1434, 486-1294 or 356-5398
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BBF #372
2001 Frontier,
standard shift, cool A/C, clean int. low mileage,
excellent condition, $7,500 ONO,
Call: 454-1138, 558-9117 or
393-5715

BBF #373
1998 Ford Escort spori,
like new, clean int. s-shift,
$4,000,
Call: 454-1138, 558-9117 or 393-5715

BBF #374
1997 Honda Civic,
black, sports, rims, new paint job,
like new, A/C cold,
$6,500,
Call: 454-1138, 558-9117 or 393-5715 -

BBF #375

1995 Windom,
AIC, CD, tints, clean int.

condition,
$6,000, Cognasnaes or 324-3847

"2006,

BBF #376
1995 Honda Civic,
red, new paint job,
$2,500, ask for Dentry leave
message, -
Call: 328-41 86-7

BBF #377
18cfm compressor
powered by 103-10 diesel, perkins engine
suitable for generator, trash/utility pump, pwred
by Briggs & Stratton, gas pump, marine clutch
plate, outriggers, helium tanks, oil & fuel filters,
impellors, everything must go 362-1394

BBF #378 ;
2001 Honda Civic EX,
2-dr coupe, red, fully loaded, fully pwr, sunroof,
A/C, CD, $9,500 ONO, 2001 Infiniti i830, features
of a Maxima but better, a must see,
power everything,
. $12,000
Call: 525-3485 or 364-6906

BBF #379
American & Japanese Vehicies,
Hondas, Altima’'s, Maxima's SUV, Jeep,
Trucks, Auction cars, clean or rebuilt title,
we can find you a car!!
357-4985 or 364-2085

BBF #381
1993 Nissan Skyline, GTS,
as is $2,000, still running,
Call: 325-0983, 426-3253
or 364-3900

BBF #383
2001 Honda Accord,
grey leather.int. sunroof, 2-dr sport,
18" chrome rims, silver, alarm, $9,000
ONO. Mp3 player, hot steal,
owner leaving island,
Call: 425-3753

BBF #384
Just in from Japan,
1996 Honda Civic, license & inspection,
tinted windows, alarm system,
very low miles, $6,500,
Call: 357-4985 or 364-2085

Complete Ceniral Units, '
24,000 BTU $1,458, 30,000 BTU $1,672, 36,000 BTU,
$2,128, 42,000 BTU$2,371.20, 48,000 BTU $2,432
Complete Mini Split Units,9,000 BTU $583.20, 12,000
BTU $648,
18,000 BTU $842.40, 24,000 BTU $1,134,
Call: 323-3889 or 356-5973



: 1994 Grand
Cherokee,
red, leather,
power steering,
10 disc CD changer,
in excellent condition,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 325-1036
ask for Bernie

BBF #388
2000 Nissan Exterra,
pwr window, A/C, sound system,
$15,000 ONO,
Call: 436-4517 or 361-5651

BBF #389
1998 Dodge Neon,
standard, 2 door, A/C,
$2,500. —
Call: 4386-4517 or 361-5651



ee
BBF #390
1998 Nissan Sentra,
4 door, A/C, sound system,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 486-4517 or 361-5651











BBF #391
1990 Toyota Lexus LS 400,
20 Lexani-rims, competition sound system,
3 dvd screens, $7,000
without rims and electronics $5,000.
Call 424-6705
ask for Mr. Collie, trades, Welcome




BBF #392
‘ 2000 Chevy Blazer,
A/C, fully power, 4 wheel drive,
excellent condition.
$9,500 ONO.
Call: 426-6262 or 436-2525.







BBF #393
- 2005 Yamaha 4-stroke,
like brand new,
$6,500,
Call: 544-0103

BBF #394
2005 4 wheeler Motorbike 110,
price $2500,
Call 636-4755 or 392-3271

BBF #395
1996 Honda Accord EX,

automatic, A/C, cd player, excellent
condition, asking $5,300
OBO, also:
1997 Elantra,
asking $4,500,
Call 364-0264 or 325-8435
or 422 — 2565

BBF #396
2001 Nissan Altima,
one owner, low miles,
$5,500,
call: 326-4239

BBF #397








1994 Mitsubishi Emeraude,
4-door, pwr windows, AC, CD-

Radio, well kept, right hand drive,

$4000, Call: 559-1192 or
352-4925 (after5pm)

BBF #398
Dodge Cargo 1,
for work or play,
$2,500,
558-2132

BBF #400
_ Nissan Sunny, :
fully loaded, licence & inspection warranty
services etc.
$4,495 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors.
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #401
Nissan 5 - Ferie ( infiniti J — 30)
$4,995.
View at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

IBBF #402

Nissan Primera,s,
priced from $4,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,

Call 325-0881/2.

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THURSDAY, JULY.6, 2006, PAGE 23

BBF #403
Honda Civics,
price starting $4,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF #404
Toyota Corolla,
priced from $4,995 and up, available
at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325/0881/2

BBF #405
Toyota Avalon,
priced from $6,900 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #406 ;
ronda inspire,
priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2.



BBF #407
1999 — 2003 Ford Rangers,
priced from $9,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF #408 ;
2003 — 2004 Ford F-150's,
2 and 4 door models,
priced from $18, 900 and up
Available at Sanpin Motors.
Call 325-0881/2

BBF #410
Suvs, Suvs, Suvs, Rav4's,
Crv's, Sportages, Sorentos, Biu Hoens,
Pasero, Gas and Deisel,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #411
2001 Dodge Ram
1 ton Cargo Van,
priced from $14,800,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2.

BBF #413
1999 - 2001 Ford Crown Victoria's,
priced front $9,900,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF #414
2001 Ford Focus's,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call 325-0881/2




BBF #418
1999 Lincoln Town Car Limousine
120.inch stretch, must see to
appreciate, immaculate condition,






BBF #420
Must see,
financing arranged,
Call 455-3428 or 392-5819

BBF #421
1995 Honda Inspire,
recently serviced, woman owner,
some part needed,
asking $4,900
Call 356-7420 after 6pm, 454-1269
must sell,
asking serious enquiries.







BBF #422
Prestige Beer,
$42.00 a case, we deliver 25 to 50
case at $40.00 must come to GIG
investment at Blue Hill South
to pick up.
Call 341-5472 or 477-1012

BBF #427
2000 Honda Civic,
Hatch back, AC, 17" chrome rims, CD
player, sound system,
Price $6,000
Call 456-0179 or 423-5200








Call: 364-0264, 325-8435 or 422-2565








BBF #428

2004 Honda Crv Vitec,

6 CD changer, leather interior, 18,000

miles, sun roof, spare tire never used,
price $24,500

Call 477-3444 or 324-2865

BBF #429
1993 BMW 318],
right hand drive, dark grey, 4dr, AC, pwr
windows & locks, low miles, automatic
transmission, excellent condition,
asking $9,000
Call 327-4596



BBF #430
1995 BMW 318TI,
right hand drive, silver 4 dr, AC, pwr
windows & locks, low miles, automatic
transmission, excellent condition,
asking $8,800
Call 327-4596

BBF #431
2002 Honda Civic Sedan LX,
silver, Cd player & tape deck, AC,
excellent condition
$14,000
Call 341-8617 or 434 — 9898

1999 Chevy Monte Carlo LS, red,

fully loaded, pwr everything, CD player

, clean, asking $6,000
Call 393-5900 or 426-1823













. IBBF #436

BBF #435

_ 2000 Ford Explorer V6,

maroon, AC, rear AC, am/fm cassette,

CD changer, pwr everything, leather
interior, $6,000 ONO.

Call 423-4073

Ford Explorer XLS,
white with grey interior, Ac, pwr
windows & locks, good condition,
$7,000 Call 454-3271 or 326-8452 .
395-6508 leave a message

BBF $409
Chevy 1500 — 5-10's,
priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF $432
1998 Honda Accord,
2 dr, black leather interior, 18" rims,
AC, pw windows, pwr seats,
Pwr locks, clean title,
$8,500.
Call 426-8883 or 359-7597

BBF $43
2003 Nissan Altima,
fully loaded, leather interior, sun roof,
20" chrome rims
$15,000 ONO
Call 364-4810 or 436-3601








BBF#338




16-17 Feet boat, Solid Hull,
inside interior needs work,
$1,000 ONO, :

Call: 424-1886








IBBF#363





1997 Nissan Maxima,

A/C, CD, sound system, fully pwr,
$6,500,

Call: 434-2763 or 361-5155



IBBF#380

2002 Ford Explorer,
fully loaded, fully pwr, 3rd row seat,
20" chrome rims,
$20,000 ONO,
Call: 424-6747 or 424-1102





RIB #480
Home Alarm Special
Wireless! Only $499

FREE Installation. Self Monitoring System
Call: 327-5237 for Free Demo







TRIB #526 |
1995 CAMEO RED
Sunroof, air condition, in good
condition
$5,500.00
Tel: 341-5277
Cell: 426-4898 434-0165
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RIB #514 :

1996 FORD EXPLORER, ‘XLT
White with grey interior
$5,800.00
V6, 4 door, auto, alloys, stereo AC, PS,
PW, PM, PL
Tel: 393-5745
or 359-0335

RIB #240
DIESEL MIXER- BRAND NEW

REDUCED to $2,699.00
Bag and a half mixer, 5.5 HP Engine, only a few left at
this price, won't last. compare with other mixers at
$5,500. =
First come first served.
Will ship to the family Islands
Tel: 323-5208



RIB #246
1994 Honda Accord RHD
2.2 Vitec, A/C, CDplayer
remote start, sunroof
$4,500.00
Call 362-1321 or
457-1376

RIB #250
1999 LANDROVER Discovery Ii
Silver champagne with grey interior
$18,000.00 ONO .
Fully loaded
Tel: 327-0316 Cell: 454-1606

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











RIB #257
1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Rudy red w/ gold emblems & pinstripping, daylights,
plush cream leather interior, rich mahogany & metalic
accents, power everything, steering wheel controls, 8-
ways seats w/2 per memory, Ice cold AC, 20 “ chrome.
A presidential ride-on air suspension $8,500.00 ONO
Financing available $1300.00 down
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave

_ message. (factory rims available by request)

#259

- 22' Donzi classic

1 show new, year 2000, 80mph, only 97hrs on
hull, 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

RIB #262
1994 NISSAN CIVILIAN
Blue with red interior, 6 cylinder, AC
30 seater passenger bus.
$11,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0103 Gell: 436-7411

RIB #273 :
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

1996 MERCEDES C180 SEDAN
Green with black interior
$9,000.00 OBO
4 door automatic, power windows/locks.
Good condition. 52,500 miles
Can be viewed at old King & Knights
Tel: 477-7908

RIB #289
2003 FORD EXPLORER
Fully loaded, Excellent condition
Just in from the US
: $16,700.00
Tel: 324-4416 Cell: 424-4080



TRIB #296
1999 FORD RANGER XLT
Champaigne, dual cab
$6,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition,
New spray top, recently serviced
Tel: 328-3953
Cell: 525-1563

2005 FORD EXPLORER XLS, SUV
JUST IN FROM THE US
White with grey interior, clean title, like new,
Call for price!! ;
low miles, V6 engine, fully loaded
with AV-trac system... 20” chrome wheels.
Cell: 565-2884 or 322-5525



TRIB #305
2001 MITSUBISHI, RED
convertible with beige interior, 30,000.00
miles Duty paid. Excellent condition.
Will consider reasonable offers.
Tel: Freeport 457-9974





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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 #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 #331
2002 FORD MUSTANG GT
Silver with black leather/seats interior, Fully
loaded 6 CD changer with factory silver rims,
stick shift, clean, like new, 19,000 miles
Asking $17,000 )ONO
1996 HONDA ACCORD Like new
$6,000.00 :
Tel: 364-3691 Cell:557-1205

RIB 37332
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 #340 . }
2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER |
$22,000.00 ONO, 74,000 mileage, '
black, 4 door, automatic, power everything, gre
cloth interior, AM/FM/CD/Cassette player,
factory alarms, tinted windows.
Excellent condition, U must see to appreciate
Call: 558-4585 leave message
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RIB #345

BOAT FOR SALE
30’ SCARAB PANTHER, Twin 454,

Bravo drives, GPS chart plotter,
Bimini top.
Excellent condition,
triple axle trailer:
$27,500.00 Call: 557-3710

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 #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)

RIB #358
2002 FORD F-150 XLT
Black with dark grey interior, stepside
$14,800.00
Fully loaded, 4.2 liten V6
Tel: 324-1328(H) 356-7848(W)

ITRIB #359
2002 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
| Light blue with grey interior
$16,500.00 offer
Fully loaded
Tel: 324-1323(H)
356-7848(W)






RIB
1998 TOYOTA CORALLA
Burgundy with beige interior, VE
$5,500.00 ONO
4 door, 4 cyl, auto, AC, radio, great family car, good on
gas, runs great. ALSO 1998 Pontiac GT supercharger-
very FAST $4000
1992 LEXES LS 400 $7500 ONO
Call Prime: 356-3953, 552-8277 or 457-2491

RIB #374
1994 NISSAN SENTRA
For sale Asking
$2,500.00 ONO
Phone: 327-6746
or
454-8213

RIB #375
' 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 #376
2004 GMC ENVOY, BLUE
with gret interior.
$25,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition
Only 30,000 miles. A steal!
serious inquiries only
Tel: 454-2905 ©

RIB #377
NISSAN SENTRA GXE
blue with grey interior B14
$5,500.00 ONO
18” rims, CD, AC, power locks, windows, alarm.
Tel: 361-0029
Cell:455-5564










RIB #380
1996 HONDA CIVIC, EX
Silver with grey interior, 4 door, Automatic,
four cylinder, good on gas.
Asking $2,850.00 OBO
Tel: 393-3537
Cell: 426-8605

RIB #386
2000 DODGE NEON
$9,000.00
DVD System, music system, rims and
“body kit
Tel: 455-8203



RIB #389
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black with tan leather interior,
10

factory everything, Fully loaded, power everything,
Must see.
19967 MAXIMA
just in from USA grey with blackj interior, clean
1999 CHEVY MONTECLEO
234 black/black interior, power everything,
Owner Leaving Island
Tel: 392-1834 Cell: 454-9891

RIB #391
1995 VOLK WAGON PASSAT GXL
Dark grey with black interior
$5,000.00
Power everything, 2,500 wait sound system
pioneer subs, drop low, lightings graphics, moon
roof Black leather interior, remote start, VR6,
standard shift
Tel: 328-1744 Cell: 525-0803
Price negotaibe

RIB #399
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY
Gold with beige interior
$4,000.00 ONO
Must see to appreciate.
Tel: 565-0197 or 477-4399





RIB #403
2000 Blue/Beige Ford F-150 XLT
with X-CAB A/C, P/S, P/B,
P/Window, P/Locks ~
Price $14,300 -
Phone 393-5795
Cell 359-2954



RIB #404
: NEW ARRIVAL!
1996 CHEVY LUMINA Dark red with grey
interior, AC,AM/FM/Radio, AC,
fully powered alloy rims
$4,000.00
Tel: 324-6340

RIB #411

2004 GMC ENVOY
White with gray/black interior
$24,000.00
very nice in and out
Call: before its to late.
Tel: 557-3057

RIB #412
1999 FORD F-150
White with grey interior,
single cab (V6)
$8,000.00 ONO
DVD, all in one player, Runs perfect,
cold AC
Tel: 454-0477





RIB #418
20” CHROME RIMS W/TIRES -
5 hole boit pattern only,
Fits Chevy trucks & SUV’s
Asking $1500.00 ONO. Tel: 341-8832
THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 27



RIB #419
- TOYOTA WINDOM
White and grey with black interior
$4,000.00
V6 3.0G, CD player, alarm,
PS/ PW/ PDL/PL
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 357-7575 or 636-1602

RIB #420
2003 FORD ESCAPE
Maroon with tan interior
$18,500.00 ONO
Like new, low mileage, fully loaded,
One owner, good on gas
Tel: 356-0605 Cell: 425-5493

RIB #423
1999 ISUZU RODEO LS
Pearl white with grey interior
$11,500.00
Cold AC, CD player,
AM /FM Stereo, clean vehicle
Must sell,
. Best offer accepted
Tel:-364-761 1



TRIB #42
1998 CHRYSLER JEEP WRANGLER, 4x4
Green with tan interior
$13,500.00
5 speed, CD player, AM/FM, AC Soft top,
a sweet ride,
Must sell.
Best offer accepted
Tel: 364-7611

RIB #427
1993 MERCURY VILLAGER, CARAVAN
Grey “ 1 grey interior

V6, 30 a gine ton 7000 miles, clean, oa
player, D gy eben & screen

ra
‘Tek 361-3672
Celi: 455-1250/427-8485

RIB #428
1995 CHEVY BLAZER
Green with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
AC, sound system,
Everything is power
Tel: 457-0734

RIB #430
2001 CHEVY LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
Clean interior, Dependable car,

Must see pioneer unit Tel: 394-7540 _

Cell: 477-4399 or 565-0197

RIB #434 ,
1999 FORD EXPLORER, SUV
Blue with grey interior
$8,200.00 ONO
Excellent condition; AC, CD player
Tel: 324-7505 Cell: 457-2324



RIB #43
1997 Lincoin Town Car
: $5,500.00 O.N.O
Telephone 325-6847
AAsk for Mr. Moss.

ce
RIB #437

1993, and 1995
Toyota Coaster Bus,
For sale, blue/white. make an offer,
good business Epon.
ail in good condition,
Call: 427-5460 or 361-0934



RIB #438
‘99 Nissan Pathfinder SE.
Excellent condition, power
steering, windows & doors, standard shift,
A/C, CD/DVD
combo. $9,000.
Tel# 565-0011

RIB #440
1994 HONDA ACCORD EX
Lt gold with tan interior, 4 door
$4,000.00 ONO
Sunroof, power locks/windows,
CD player, V tech engine, 4 cylinder
Tel: 302-3943

RIB #444
1996 RANGE ROVER
Cold AC, power windows & doors, factory
sound system, 6 disc CD player, Just paint
(candy paint gloss) looks brand new, Must
see to apprecaite, Sold as is $10,000.00
Contact Russell 394-3555

TRIB #442
1991 CHEVY LUMINA,
Biue, Runs great,
Ideal for big family —
Sold as is
~@ $2,000.00
Contact Russell 394-3555



RIB #443
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with tan leather interior



1996 Volkswagon Jetta
"Wolfsberg edition"
48,000 miles, one female
owner lives in Sandyport
Standard Shift, regularly serviced, great shape,
a/c needs gasing up
$6,500. Call 427-3588

RIB #446
1998 MERCEDES ML 320, SUV
safe, reliable and strong
73,000 miles, well kept, American family
car $20,500.00
Call: CU @455-2956





RIB #447
1996 Ford L 8000
8.3L Cummins 270 7-speed
Cleanest truck around
Phone 333-4358
Cell 359-7710
Spanish Wells, Eleuthera










RIB #450
‘ 2002 IZUZU RODEO, LS
Navy blue with grey interior
$23,090.00 ONO
Fully loaded, One lady owner, 34K mileage
Tel: 364-6839 Cell: 357-3122

RIB #451
2003, Harley Davidson XR Sportster,
6,000 mis. Factory race bike, 1200 cc's.
$15,000. OBO
Call 394-6248
PAGE 28, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006

RIB #454
2600 CHEVY S-10
White with gray interior, 17” rims,
low profile tire
CD, AC,
$9,700.90 ONO |
Tel: 393-9500 Cell: 454-0248

RIB #460
2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY
Black with tan interior, $14,500.00 OBO

V8, 18” wheels, cold AC. Have another jeep comming

have to sell this one,

I'll take a lost on this,

Good price $14,500.00 OBO
Tel: 394-6067/557-5200

RiB #461 |
1996 CHEVROLET CAVALIER, BLACK
$3,700.00 OBO
4 ses indekeasy on gas, AC, tape,
Bote - Tel. 324-6266
after 5pm



1899 TOYOTA WINDOM

Silver with grey interior
$13,000.c0 OBO
‘V6, 3000 engine,

automatic, low mileage,

power seais & windows,
AC, 6 CD changer, ABS,
airbags.
Also for sale

1996 HONDA ACCORD,

Tel: 328-2619

RIB #463
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Silver with black leather interior
$9,500.00 ONO

AC, 6 disc CD, tape, sunroof, 18” chrome rims.

car is clean in & out, runs like new
Tel: 324-0547 Cell: 565-3583 361-4058

1997 HONDA CIVIC
Silver with grey interior
$5.560.00
2000 CHEVY CAVALIER
5600 miles, $5,500.00
1996 JETTA $2,500.00

1996 FORD WIINSTON VAN

$ 3,000.00
1997 FORD F-150
$8,000:00
Tel: 324-3979



TRIB #469

1998 FORD EXPLORER, WHITE
$6000.00 Negotiable
V6, Good condition
Tel: 341-5580
Cell: 456-4630



Ri
1989 NISSAN MAXIMA

Champagne, clean, spoiler, DVD player, teasar

rear lights, alarm, kill switch,
CD player, fog lights,
only in of 20” rims
--.-~$6,000.00_. 2
Tel: 392-1047

TRIB #472
1992 LEXUS LS 400
Black & grey
$3,500.00
Runs like a dream, fully loaded,
We sell all kinds of paris
Tel: 558-3332

RIB #473
2000 FORD F-150 XLT

cold AC, with CD player, functional hood scoop,

Dual exhaust
$13,500.00 ONO Price can’t be beaten
Call Prime 356-3953/ 552-8277 or 457-2791

TRIB #474
2000 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Charcoal grey with grey/blue, interior, 2 door
hatchback, Economical on fuel, customized interior
dash, $5,500.00
carbon fiber lights, carbon fiber shift knob,

GSR Rims, soound system (pioneer deck,
pioneer trance Mids & His, 1- Audiopipe
12” subwoofer, go
Tel: 436-2406 or 364-4953

RiB #477
1994 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Maroon with grey interior, 4 deor .
$3,500.09 ONO
Goed condition, AC working, clean interior
Owner leavingtIsland 2
Tel: 525-6850



Brown, Fully loaeded, mint condition, low miles,

running boards, chrome accessories, runs great,

Arospeed spoiler, custom air intake, extra coid AC, AM

RIB #478
2004 EDDIE BUEAR,
FORD EXPEDITION
Black with tan interior, fully loaded
$40,000.00
Tel: 424-4493 or 364-2440



1994 MAZDA MIATA
White with tan leather interior
Convertiable

_ _ $4,200.00
Cell: 454-5765

1995 DODGE NEON
Green, 4 door, Equipped with AC, radio, manuel
windows and it is.in very good condition
$2,500.00 (neg)
Call anytime after 4 pm 324-4961
















1999 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with gold leather interio
$8,500.00 OBO
20” rims/sunroof, Excellent
car, runs great,

Must see to appreciate,
Owner leaving Island for
school.

2 DELL POWEREDGE
SERVERS
(blade)-call to enquiried

Tel: 394-4435,
Cell: 424-5364

RIB #485
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY WHITE,
In good condition power locks,
power windows, music system.
$3,500. 00 OBO

|-7 77 Tel:394-8801 after 6:00pm-~~
THE TRIBUNE

RIB #486
_ 2001 FORD F-150 XLT, CAB
Blue with grey interior, 4 doors, CD player, AC,
alarm:system.
Owner leaving Island
Excellent codition, A must see
$15,500.00
Tel: 393-0547 Cell:
427-7668/535-5882

CELL PHONES
FOR SALE
Motorola Silvr
$ 240.00
Pink/Black
LG B-2150
$240.00

Motorola V6—
$250.00

MLE LEL LEIS

POLLEY

Nokia 3120
$180.00
Cell: 456-0935

RIB #488
1999 BMW 323!
Olive green
$14,500.00 -
Tel: 393-3637
cell: 426-0075





RIB #490
1993 TOYOTA LEXUS
Ocean green with grey interior
Twin turbo supro engine, 20:” chrome rims,
sunroof, AC, power window & power lock,
CD player, DVD screen
$5,000.00 Ee
Automatic, clean good condition
Tel: 361-1274 Cell: 525-0016










RIB #491 -. }
2000 NISSAN SUNNY
Silver with tan interior $8,000.00 ONO
Clean, low mileage, fully loaded, AC, 10 disc CD
changer, radio/CD player,
power windows & locks., Automatic
Tel: 395-4422 or 325-4234
Cell: 436-9870/426-5462

RIB #494
2001 FORD MUSTANG
Dark green, Excellent condition, fully
loaded, sound system, 20” rims
$9,000.00
Phone 302-4892
Cell: 454-6512



RIB #495
2002 FORD ESCAPE, BLUE
Fully loaded, mint condition, Excellent fuel
economy, 50,000 miles,
Great for corporate executives,
$13,699.00 ONO
Contact Julien or Marvin
Tel: 341-2734 Cell: 425-3826 or 341-2451

2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,

: GOLD

beige/tan interior, clean,
nice ride,

A must see, cold AC,
factory alarm and
CD player
$14,500.00 OBO
if there is no answer
please leave message on
Answering machine.
Serious inquires only
Tel: 544-8457

2
2005 NISSAN ULTIMA
Black with grey interior, Automatic,
Leather interior
28” rims (insured) clean sound system, DVD
player Shrove lights, anti-tec alarm, 3 monitors

$35,000.00
Tel: 326-6066 Cell: 454-3187



THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006, PAGE 29

RIB #504
1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
Silver with black interior
$5,500.00
One owner, imported ,
AC, power everything
Tel: 557-2033





IB #510

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
CD, car alarm, clean inside and out,
Excellent running condition factory
alloy 16” rims
Tel: 535-9999



RIB #512
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, SEDAN
grey with gre /black interior, Clean title, Just in from the|
US, Serious inquiries only, Car must go,
Owner leaving island
Tel: 324-7408 Cell: 477-0033 or 359-0947
Make An Offer

TRIB #513
1993 GMC 1500 SIERRA, SLE
Sky blue, grey interior, extended cab
$5,000.00 ONO
diesel, AC, power windows, body in great condition
Truck has some problems mechanic special will
negotiable. Must sell
Tel: 324-1449 Cell: 557-3908
or 363-2084

RIB #506
2001 HONDA ACCORD, SEDAN
Grey with grey interior
$9,000.00:ONO
Good Condition
Tel: 557-5072 Cell: 357-7850



Prizm green with tan
leather interior,
Sunroof, CD player,
_| pioneer sound system,

| power windows,

{keyless entry, tints, AC.
Tel: 356-0544
Cell: 535-9400

RIB #516
2000 HYUNDAI ACCENT FOR SALE,
Gold, 2 door with 10 disc cd changer, in
good condition with air condition. One
owner
$4,500.00 ONO
Call: 636-3521 or 323-3237 after 5pm.

RIB #517
1998 FORD F150
Black and Grey
$10,500.00
3 door, Larrcot ,Good condition
Tel: 361-4273 Cell: 436-9350
Price Neg

RIB #518
2000 OLDMIBILE
Dark grey with tan interior
20” rims, CD/tape. AC, power everything.
Trades are also welcome.
Make an offer
Tel: 354-2276
Cell: 565-7725 or 392-4934


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Expat Leaving Island, One owner
"1999 Ford Explorer XLS, Harvest gold exterior
with tan interior, $9, 500.00 ONO
Serviced regularly: AC, CD player,
Call steve @ 356-8757 until July 14th,

then iam @ 356-8536"

I )
1996 CHEVROLET, 234 MONTE CARLO
Sports luxury,
Regal Blue with cotton grey interior
$2,800.00
Air condition cold, One owner,

16 “ Alloy wheels, minor front & rear damage

Must Sell!!
Expat leaving Island,
Tel: 425-5344 Cell: 525-0923/327-4348

RIB #790
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue wih grey interior
$4,200.00 OBO
Good running condition
Tel: 324-0903(H)
Cell: 484-3658 or 426-1973

RIB 297
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White with beige interior, 4 door sedan, p/w,
p/s, p/| 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

TRIB #449
1996 Limited Edition Ford Explorer
$10,000.00 o.n.o.
V6, A/C, Rear A/C, Sunroof, Dual Airbags, ABS,

Tilt, Manufacturer Tint, AM/FM, Cassette, CD Changer,

Leather, Power Everything, Tow Package, Roof Rack,

Call 424.7524 or 327.4014 with serious enquiries
FOR SALE BY OWNER

2606

1999 TOYOTA RAV 4
White with grey leather interior
$15,000.00 ONO,

36,000 miles, LHD, power locks, windows, sunroof,
tinted windows, CD stereo, cold air, new brakes,
shocks, recently imported from US

Tel: 393-2025 Cell: 422-6597 ©

RIBV #459

2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA

TOURING MODEL WITH AWD,
LEATHER,
ALLOY WHEELS, POWER,
EXCELLENT
COND.,
ONLY 24K MILES.

$32,750 O.B.O. / CALL 422-2613

BBF #356 =
15' Boston Whaler Rage,
1998 hull w/trailer,
was set drive converted to outboard set up
w/bracket, needs pwr, $4,500 firm,
Call: 422-5475
Tribune Issue 32 043A 1 month Kemp

RIB # 497
Seacraft 23' NP08692
1985 SICF3215D585 1988 IMSAAVVUJ1005677
Johnson/Evinrude Ocean Runner 225HP
Model# E200TXEU .
Serial# 04226552
1997 Engine in good condition. engine tilt is bad.
Heavy Duty Bording Ladder
Center Console with cover
(242) 364-8453

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 ¢ OF. 825-4472

RIB #31 7
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

RIB #414
BOAT FOR SALE
24 CENTER CONSOLE BOSTON WHALER
Twin 175 HP Evinrude outboards (1994)
Satellite radio, depth finder, VHF radio,
outriggers
$30,000.00
Call: 393-7640 or 357-9372 Ask for Chris”

RIB #429
2002 BOMBARDIER 170HP,

2 Jet drive engines, Yellow/white, Sea Doo
comes with trailer, compass, radio, life vests,
seats 5 ski pylon for water sking,
plenty of storage
$14,000.00 OBO
Tel: 457-0734

hte

RIB #444
42’ CABIN CRUISER
Fibre glass hull, white and red.
' 45’°TRAILER
$9,000.00
Tel: 341-4007 after 7pm
or 426-6632

#448
20’ FOOT SPANISH WELLS MARINA SKIFF
White & blue, 115 four stroke, Mercury with trailer
Bimini top, VHF, GPS And trap puller

$27,000.0
Tek: brates Gell ee 6876/422- 6876.

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TRIB #464

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 #496 .
13 FOOT BOSTON WHALER
With trailer (1 year old) 40HP, 1997 Reduced
price.(neg) Muscovy ducks, pair ringneck
parrots, pair of bull horns polished,
pair of goat horns polished
(wk) 322-1040
(hm) 323-7598 or 325-5622

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RIB #498
BOAT FOR SALE

2004 PANGA 26FT

26 FT fiberglass 200 HP 2005 Yahama out

board LCX20 Lowerance color, chart
plotter/depth sounder
$26,500.00:
Tel: 364-0085 Cell: 525-2193 or 456-4255

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RIB #501
2001 12 FT CAROLINA Skiss, WHITE
25HP Mercury like new,
Great conch boat |
Only $2500.00
Tel: 341-5580
Cell: 424-6013

TRIB #698
“THE MOTHER SHIP”
90' Korean/Fishing Processing Vessel
. For Sale. ;
Bids to be submitted to
Bas 7777 or faxed to. 328-2733 ...

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Deets








“THE MOTHER SHIP”
90' Korean/Fishing Processing Vessel
For Sale
Bids to.be submitted to
325-7777 or faxed to 3282733




Aluminum Large (Double) Gate 13'10" x 6'2"
’ (each side) -----$2000.00
Aluminum Small Gate 7'4" x 6'2" ----- $600.00
Aluminum Railing 23'4" x 4' ----- $1100.00
In good condition, purchased in 2003
Tel: 322-7793 / 393-2504

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

BBF #364
All wholesale/ wholesale & retail shop,
we sell oriental food production, all products from
Asia, agents for Green Power Juice in Bahamas,
Chinese herb tea (kam wo char) for the flu, to
soothe dry throat, and as a mouth refresher,
Call: 326-6527 or 395-0683

MOTOROLA SLVR
L7 AND Li

BBF #285
31ft Bertram Fiber glass boat,
200 Hp, Yamaha engines,
going cheap or will trade,
Call: 361-7917

For Sale
Cellular
: Phones
| Starting @ $80,
4 Motorola Slvr
$250, Motorola
L7 $300, Razr
(Pink, Blue,
Black) $300,
Motorola Pebi
$350, and Many
More To
Choose From,

Call: 455-6856 |:



NEW ENTERAINMENT
Standard Bamboo Folding Chairs,
available for sale $40.00 ea
or rental at $7.00 each
Call: 356-9323

1 WEDDING
DRESS
perfect for a prom
or a wedding, -
beige, trim with
pink, designed to
it 9-10 or 140-160
in size. Value at

- $1000,00
going for best
Offer.
Only serious
nquiries need call



Tel:556-0612/
436-6213



BRAND NEW! UNLOCKED!

L6 PINK: $245.00
L6 BLACK: $245.00
'L6 SILVER: 220.00

L7 BLACK: 350.00
DELIVERIES AVAILABLE

PH:364-9001/544-4471 .



THURSDAY, JULY 6,* 2006, PAGE 34-

. Fridge & Stove Combo:
White Whirlpool 22 cu. ft. fridge
w/ice maker,

5 months old, being sold for
$1,600-1,900 |
ocally with Brand New White
Frigidaire
30" stove, non spill top w/plug in
clock and timer,
asking $1, 750.00 for combo o.n.o
359-2139

NEW 6 seater
dinette,
purchased from El
i Dorado-Miami,
landed (Nassau)
price $1,300.00
asking $900.00
359-2139

2 beige twin Captain kids
bed sets, purchased from El
Dorado-Miami, 5 months old,

includes book shelf head
board, 1 bed, 1 small drawer
with 3 drawers (3 pieces total)
asking $900.00
(set of 2) or
$500.00 for 1
359-2139

RIB #253
PM 010, COLEMAN 3125 W GENERATOR
10 hours of run time,
Price $1800.00 clearance sale
now reduced to $1299.00
we arrange finanicng
Tel: 364-0292

RIB #452
3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET
Black leather couch pulls out to a double bed
Asking 1500.00 ONO
ALSO 1 BAR $300.00
Entainment Stand $175.00
Tel: 341-6133, Cell: 455-5829

1899.9




17” LCD FLAT PANEL MONITOR, 3.0 GHz,
DVD-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-
CARRYING CASE. CALL KEN AT 324-
8880/364-4173/424-7888.





RAGE. 32,-THURSDAY, JULY 6,.2006



NEW AND

USED GAMES)

FOR PSP,

PS2, XBOX X

BOX 360
FROM
$14,95-
$89.95

CALL FOR
LISTING
328-6160

RIB #293
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE

Dell Lattitude P3 Laptop Computer 850 MH2, 10 GIG

harddrive built in modem and DVD Player $700.00.
Men's tring white/yellow gold 25ct diamonds
replacement value $5,090.00 Price $650.00 OBO
Ask forty ‘
Tel: 324-2678 Cell: 425-7176/434-006:

RIB #329
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
preparation/cutting countertop tray $2,500
2 Love seats, ottaman w/cushions, coffee table
$300.00 ONO
Ph: 322-1050, 323-0802

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

RIB #356
NEW AND USED PARTS
For Maxima/Accord/Neor/Civic.
Special orders welcome
454-7111 / 544-5646

39.95 Sale
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

" PlayStation.2

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW
2006 $71.95
Sale
Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale
Join our game
club and receive
10% discount off
every game
purchase

Tel: 328-6160

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW
2006 $71.95
Sale
Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale
Join our game
club and receive
10% discount off
every game -

purchase

Tel: 328-6160

Two living room
furniture pieces
for sale

(seats only).

In excellent condition.
Blue set (fabric) for $600.00
Yellow set (leather) for $750.00
For viewing or further
information contact us at
327 1163-(9 to 5pm)





pense

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW

2006 $71.95 Sale

Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale

Join our game club

and receive
10% discount off
every game
purchase

Tel: 328-6160





#364

SMACKDOWN
VS RAW
2006 $71.95
j Sale
i Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
d 79.95 Sale
Onimusha 74.95
Sale .
Join our game
club and receive
10% discount off
every game
purchase

Tel: 328-6160

HITMAN BLOOD
MONEY 79.35 Sale
GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
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

GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
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

HITMAN BLOOD
MONEY
79.95 Sale
GTA Liberty City
39.95 Sale
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





m HE TRIBUNE



RIB #457 :
pekingese female pups for sale.
they are full breed all shots have been
given.they are 11weeks old and good to go.
call 393-1372 or 393-1981 or
455 2639 ask for gavan at any of the numbers.

RIB #1468
GATEWAY PROFILE
All in one computer 2.0GH2, P4 S12 Mb Ram
40GB harddrive, DVD/CDRW, 15” flat screen
windows XP, internet ready.
Computer built into screen
$599.00 Tel: 422-5499

POODLE PUPS FOR SALE
6 weeks old. Only serious persons inquire
$500.00
Ask for Laura
Tel: 341-6133
Cell: 455-5829

RIB #492
.25 carat
white and pink internally flawless diamond
engagement/wedding ring combo. 18K white and rose
gold band, 2 tone. Retail price, 1,300.00. Will sell for

800.00.
Please call CJ 327-6020 between 9-5pm

ICELAND
HEALTH Omega 3)
‘Scientific evidence

uggests 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
THE TRIBUNE

‘THURSDAY, JULY 6; ' 2006, PAGE 33










TRIB #509
Pre-Owned
1997 Jialing 125cc
Good Condition
asking $1,200.00
Telephone: 393-0155

y

"Moving Sale: Expat Leaving
Island".

"Elegant and classic ’6 piece Cherry
Wood Finish Bedroom Set with High
Quality KING Size Mattress (including
box spring and custom made bed

skirt). In excellent condition! $2,500
ono" (see attached "Bedroom -
Chest.jpg", "Bedroom Bed & Side
Tables.j —
& "Bedroom Dresser..Tel 356-8757
until July 14 then 356-8536





TRIB #523
Expat Leaving Island, One owner
"8’ Delphin Inflatable Boat (includes
storage bag, pump and repair kit) & can
attach up to 2.5hp engine: $580 ono" .-
Call steve at 356-8757
until July 14th, then i am at 356-8536

#51
2004 AVALANCE TRUCK
Leather interior, sunroof, rims and fully loaded
Please only serious inquires
Tel: 441-7699 or 351-4989

RIB #636
Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00
Tel: 424-4140 or islandupgrades @ gmail.com
www.islandupgrades.com

Expat leaving Island, One
owner
"35” Sony Trinitron TV:
$500 ono
Call Stevre at 356-8757
until July 14th then i am at
356-8536



2003 FORD F-150
Black/Gold with beige interior
- $18,800.00

Fully loaded, Rims & tires customized, headlights and
tail light, Sun visor, chrome door handles, billet grills

step bar, CD player, V6, 6 cylinder

DVD player TV playstation
Tel: 454-7352/356-3953/457-2791

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

2006 HONDA 650L
Red/white/black,
$7,700.00 ONO

First owner ,bought brand new,
house kept. Very low mileage, Hardly
rides.

Serious inquiries only

Tel: 328-3050
or 356-2154

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/3.5 bath/ One of the beds
have its own private entrance.
Call 322-6221.

To preview, visit this website:

RIB #500
1991 JEEP WRANGLER

Safari Edition, 4.0 high output, 6 cylinder, new shocks,
brakes, radiator, front tires, recent recent tune up, new
CD player, new muffler, spare tire. new tires & rims,

up, Excellent condition must see to apprecaite Price

‘ includes auto covers
Excellent running condition.

$6,300,
Tel: 324-0283



RIB #232
PURE BRED COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES
For sale, Available colors: light brown or black

$650.00
SPREE Ne or ee after 7
ir Cartwright

HP LASERJET COLOUR PRINTER
Color, bow 622 DPI 8.25"x11.7”,
laser printer with extra 500 pace

feeder,
home office or business
$899.00
Tel: 422-5499




Townhouse/Condos
For Rent
Tropical Gardens #05-92 -



Brand new two storey enclosed | #06-1

property in western New
Providence. Located near
public and private schools,
shopping centres, police
station, restaurants and
minutes from the airport. Water

is included in rental price.
$1,500

Love Beach #06-21 - This
ground floor condominium

home is located in a pastel
coloured oceanfront complex.
Here you can enjoy an
afternoon swim or a stroll down
the beach. Tastefully furnished,
twenty-four hour manned
security, this quiet condo is
ideal for singles or a couple.

Hampshire Court #06-18 -
This gorgeous two bedroom
condo is the answer you've
been looking for. Located just
off the Cable Beach strip
restaurants, beaches and
supermarkets are just seconds
away. The front patio of this
well maintained condo is
beautiful and charming with rich
foliage while the back patio
affords privacy as it is
enclosed. This unit offers wall
to wall carpeting and its own
washer and dryer. $1,800

Seabeach Estates #05-139 -
Beautiful townhouse.
Absolutely .immaculate! Well
thought out interior design with
a nicely landscaped yard. Near
to beach, shopping centers and
just off main thoroughfare. This
is one of the more family
oriented western
neighbourhoods. $2,000

Carefree #04-14 - Ocean views
from both bedrooms and the
open plan living and dining
room. Private residents only
beach. Relax and watch the
sunset from the balcony off
your living room. Close to area

- amenities like restaurants,
grocery stores, post office and
much more. Comfortable
furnishings, just move in.
$2,500
Sulgrave Manor #06-36 -
Located in Western New
Providence, this beautiful
condo has its own private
beach, a pool, a_ security

reception desk, and on site
manager. Tastefully decorated
and fully ~— furnished __ this
executive rental can be viewed
today. $3,500
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www. morleyrealty.com

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mogle} realty

ownhouses/Condos
For Sale
Blue Hill Road Apartments
1 - Great starter

apartment for singles or couple
in a well-maintained complex
off Blue Hill Road South. Each
apartm