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The Tribune
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Tribune (Nassau, Bahamas)
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Nassau, Bahamas
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2006
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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@ By KAHMILE REID -

‘THREE vehicles plunged
into Lake Cunningham yester-
day morning, after a truck tried
to overtake a car on JFK Drive.

According to a report from
the traffic division of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force, the dri-
ver of a Ford F150 truck, trav-
elling east on JFK Drive, lost
control of his vehicle-when he
tried to overtake a Daihatsu car
and crashed into a tree.

The report said that when the
driver, of the Daihatsu car saw
the truck, he tried to avoid a
collision by applying his brakes:
This resulted in the Daihatsu
being hit by another heavy duty
truck, which caused both vehi-
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The driver of the Daihatsu
was taken to the Princess Mar-

Man dies of his injuries

‘garet Hospital for treatment.

As his injuries were not life
threatening, he was treated and
discharged.

' Police said the matter is
being investigated. They said
they could not at this time
release the names of the per-
sons involved in the accident.

_ Accidents on JFK Drive are
common, especially during the
rainy season, an officer told-The

Tribune. It is suspected that wet —

roads may have been a con-
tributing factor in the accident.
Last month the traffic divi-

sion reported 1,500 traffic acci-.

dents in New Providence so far
this year.
This figure, according to the
report, includes only matters per-
sonally dealt with by the division.
Some cases, the report said, did
not make it to the department.

after attack on Monday

By KAHMILE REID

A MAN, who was attacked on Bay Street Monday morning, died of his
injuries at the Princess Margaret Hospital just before 6am yesterday.
The deceased is 26-year-old Devon Thompson of Malcolm Road.
Mr Thompson was walking with a group of friends in the vicinity of
Pipe of Peace on Bay Street when the incident occurred.
According to reports, the assailant, who Mr Thompson knew,
approached him, produced a sharp object and stabbed him in the neck.

Following the stabbing, Mr Thompson ran to Bank Lane where he col-

lapsed.

The police have launched an investigation into the murder and although
no motive has yet been found for the stabbing, Marvin Dames, officer in
charge of the Central Detective Unit, confirmed that police are follow-

ing promising leads.

“We are following very encouraging leads,” said Mr Dames.
Mr Thompson’s death marks the 26th murder since the start of the year.

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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006

US Embassy has ‘yet to

receive report on alleged

beating of journalist

@ By PAUL
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

AFTER four months of wait-
ing, sources at the US Embassy
confirmed yesterday that they
have -yet to receive the
promised “in-depth report”
from government on the alleged
beating of an American jour-
nalist outside the Carmichael
Road Detention Centre earlier
this year.

Mario Vallejo, a newscaster
with the Spanish channel Uni-
vision, was reportedly beaten
and bloodied by a Defence
Force officer while filming out-
side the compound on Febru-
ary 7.

According to witnesses, Mr

Vallejo. was covering the |

reunion of seven Cubans res-
cued several weeks ago at
Elbow Cay and their relatives

SEE page six







@ THE vehicles ended up in Lake
Cunningham after the accident
(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune staff)

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at Bradley Roberts

i By MARK HUMES .

OPPOSITION Leader Hubert
Ingraham shook off attempts by
MP Bradley Roberts to “smear”
his name and challenged the Bain
and Grants Town representative
and others in the Progressive Lib-
eral Party to be as forthcoming
about their handling of public
funds as they are with his infor-
mation.

Yesterday, quashing allegations

made by Mr Roberts to residents «

of North Abaco, the former
prime minister provided The Tri-

bune with documentation which
contradicted the minister’s claims.
“Mr Roberts’ will continue to

-smear me because he knows I

have credibility,” said Mr Ingra-
ham. “He will try to paint me
witha brush seeking to create'a

once again, put some truth to Mr
Robert’s lies.”

In his speech to residents, Mr
Roberts said that Mr Ingraham,
in nine years, had received 108
payments of $1,500 to underwrite

SEE page 15

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Immigration Shane Gibson

@ By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE Bahamas is already seeing smaller
groups of Haitian immigrants coming into the
country and larger.groups leaving to return to
their homeland as Haiti takes its first steps as.a
re-established democracy, Minister of Labour
and Immigration Shane Gibson told The Tri-
bune yesterday.

With Haiti’s new government just sworn in
last month, and the country currently in the
progress of negotiating its return to CARICOM,
the Bahamas is already seeing a shift in the
influx of migrants — both legal and illegal — from
Haiti.

Mr Gibson said that although the official data






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is still being compiled, his personal observa-
tions and those of the department of immigra-
tion have shown that smaller groups are coming
into the Bahamas since the election of the new
Haitian president René Préval earlier this year.
The Immigration minister said that passenger
manifests of flights from the Bahamas to Haiti
further show that an increasing number of
Haitians are travelling to their home country.

“We don’t have any exact numbers yet, but - |

we are definitely seeing more full flights to
Haiti,” he said.

Mr Gibson also said that conversations with
Haitians who are in the country on work permits
indicate that the Bahamas could soon see a

SEE page 15





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PAGE 2, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006

THE TRIBUNE



Tension rises at Port Authority as
two more directors step down

lm By MARK HUMES

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2.Choose a high-quality gasoline. Ali gasolines are not the
game. BMW; Honda, Toyota and GM believe fuel quality has
declined ia the US and as a result they intreduced the volun-
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formance and fuel efficiency of your vehicle and increase

emissions. All Shell fueis help keep vehicle engines clean, .

they exceed American government standards for fuel deter-
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3,Use cruise sontrol on major reads and in free-flowing
traffic, Maintaining a constant speed can improve gasoline
mileage.

4.Avoid idling, When you idle, you get ; tiles par gallon,

§.Avold higher speeds. Gascline mileage usually decreases
when driving at speeds aver 60 mph.

6.Plan your outings to avoid separate trips. Combine your
errands into one outing to avoid short, separate trips. This
helps avoid unnecessary cold starts and keeps your car’s
engine running warm and more efficiently.



attorney Sean McWeeney,
resigned as members of its
Board of Directors yesterday.

Authority has once again been
rocked by controversy as both
THE Grand Bahama Port Senator Sharon Wilson and

Sun Oil Limited

News reaching The Tri-
bune claim that both Ms
Wilson and Mr
McWeeney vacated their
posts because they were
not being advised or con-
sulted in connection with
recent management
changes occurring at the
Port Authority.

Contacted at his offices
at Graham, Thompson,
and Co, Mr McWeeney.
confirmed his resignation,
and in a media release
confirmed that the lack
of transparency in mat-
ters at the Port lead to his
and Mrs Wilson’s step-
ping down.

In light of the recent
news and one day after
calling for government to
investigate the recent
spate of Bahamians
resigning or being termi-
nated from the Grand
Bahama agency, Senator



Philip Galanis weighed in jj SENATOR Sharon Wilson

on the latest announce-
ment out of Grand
Bahama saying, “the kinds of
actions we have seen taking
place over the last few weeks,
with the removal and/or resig-

‘nation of persons in very high

positions at the Port is a major
cause for concern.”

“It is indicative, in my opin-
ion, of a fiefdom and plantation
mentality of the stakeholders in
the G B Port Authority who are
being supported by the lackeys
that they have appointed in key
positions down there.”

Senator Galanis said that as
board members, at the very
least, Mr McWeeney and Mrs
Wilson ought to have been noti-
fied.

The Senator said that he is
concerned about what is going

on at the Grand Bahama Port ©

Authority because it does not
speak well for the prospects of
Bahamians who are currently
employed at the Port Authority.

“They must be very con-
cerned and’‘anxious about
whether their positions are

safe,” said Mr Galanis. “There

is a general disrespect by the
stakeholders in the Port
Authority and their lackeys for

Bahamians generally, and |

Freeporters, in particular.”

He pointed out that. there
seemed to be a concerted effort
to dismantle the Bahamians
who have served in senior posi-
tions at the Port Authority, cre-
ating a vacuum. He wondered
whether the vacant positions
would now be filled by non-
Bahamians. :

Earlier this month, the Grand
Bahama Port ‘Authority
announced that the position of
deputy chairman, once held by
Mrs Willie Moss, had been
made redundant.

In the weeks leading up to

’ Mrs Moss termination, two oth-

er executives, Barry Malcolm,
the former executive vice-pres-
ident, and Mr Julian Francis,
former CEO and Charman.
also resigned: +.

Mr Francis’ resignation came

amidst speculation that
there was growing ten-
sion between him and the
company’s two major
shareholders, Mr Hannes
Babak of Austria and
Bahamian Sir Albert
Miller, who, after a year’s
retirement, has replaced
the-outgoing Mr Francis
as CEO. Mr Babak, who
has also caused much
controversy at the Port
Authority since his
appointment, now acres
as Chairman.

There has been some
opposition expressed by
residents of Grand
Bahama over the

eigner as Chairman, as
they maintain that there:

Bahamians who coul
have served in Mr
Babak’s position.
Senator Galanis, in
calling for government,
to investigate, said “I
could not believe that

there was due process in the

selection of the replacement for
Mr Francis. Immediately on his
retirement, they brought in
Babak to replace him. I do not
recall there being any kind of
advertisement or job search
made by the Grand Bahama

‘Port Authority to find’ a

Bahamian to replace him.

“As to what I think ought to
happen,” Senator Galanis said
yesterday, “the Government
needs to immediately investi-
gate this matter to make the
Port Authority realize that they
cannot continue to act in this
manner by simply terminating
Bahamians at will, even though
they are a private company ...

and that they really seriously

need to revisit whether or not
they don’t need to revoke Mr
Hannas Babak’s work permit

and cause the Port to conduct.a.

bona fide search for a Bahami-
an replacement.”

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suicide’ at
Fox Hill

A FEMALE inmate at Her
Majesty’s prison — with just nine
months left to serve — report-
edly tried to commit suicide ear-

-ly Tuesday morning.

Although prison Superinten-
dent Elliston Rahming
expressed caution about
labelling the incident a suicide
attempt, he admitted that the
circumstances under which the
inmate was found would lead
one to believe that the woman
sither tried to harm herself or
jraw attention to herself.

News reports indicated that
he woman, who is a Haitian
yational in her 30s, was found in
i bathroom hanging from a
‘ope.

Dr Rahming told The Tri-
yune that when the woman was
jiscovered, she was coherent
ind “not in a bad state”.

He said that the woman was
aken to hospital, treated and
lischarged. Dr Rahming said
he inmate had been depressed
over her prison sentence.

“She was given a two-year
sentence for possession of
xaudulent documents and com-
olained that other persons in
similar cases had been given a
fine whereas she was given a
prison sentence. She said that
she could have paid a fine,” Dr
Rahming said yesterday.

He said that the matter has
been turned over to the pris-
on’s internal affairs department
and that the woman will see a
psychiatrist.

Donations
to fund
nurses’ |
conference

THE Nurses Association of
the Bahamas has received sub- .
stantial funding from the
Bahamas Telecommunication
Company and the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce to host
the 25th biennial Caribbean

. Nurses Organisation.(CNO).
conference.

The conference will be held
October 20.to 26 in New Provi-
dence. The.theme is ‘Caribbean
nurses, collaborating for excel-:
‘lence.in global health.’

The Nurses Association,
headéd by Ampusan Symon-
ette, is a non-governmental,
non-profit body.

The association is a member
of the CNO, which is comprised
of 26 national nurses’ organisa-
tions.in the Caribbean.

The conference will provide
an opportunity for delegates to
discuss the business of the
Caribbean Nurses Organisation,
Ms Symonette said, and pro-
vide opportunities to impact
nursing through an educational
research forum.

“Nurses are expected to
empower themselves by achiev-
ing the Millennium Health goals
through these nursing leader-
ship forums,” she added.

AJl-26-member countries are
expected to attend the confer-
ence, along with other nurses
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THE long awaited refur-
bishment and expansion of
public schools in the Bahamas
is underway, according to per-
manent secretary of Education
Creswell Sturrup.

He said refurbishment pro-
jects should be finished by the
end of the summer, but ongo-
ing construction projects will
run through the beginning of
the new semester.

Mr Sturrup said the contract
for construction of the state-
of-the-art TG Glover pre. and
primary school, to be built on
Horseshoe Drive, will be
signed on Friday.

Some school officials are still
skeptical that much of the
refurbishment promised for

schools will be done.

However, Minister of Works
Bradley Roberts told The Tri-
bune yesterday that the work
would be completed in time
for the new semester.

Last month The Tribune ran
a story on the disrepair of
Englerston's EP Roberts Pri-
mary School, situated directly
adjacent to the constituency
office of Glenys Hanna-Mar-
tin.

An official at EP Roberts
said yesterday that security
bars had been installed in the
rooms which will hold the
school’s 60 new computers,
which have sat in storage for
weeks because the buildings
were not secure.

The concerned official said
no substantial work has started

and that the real problem of the
leaky roof has yet to be
addressed.

The Ministers of Works and
Education, early last month,
could not see eye to eye on the
construction of schools, which
should have started back in
2002.

Each minister considered
that the decision to begin plans
and allocate funds was the oth-
er's responsibility.

During budget debates last
month members of the oppo-
sition expressed their doubt
that any of the expansion and
construction promises made
by the PLP government would
materialise over the summer.

The FNM said that because
the TG Glover Primary School
will cost just under $10 million



ew police crime
van is unveile

@ By KARAN MINNIS
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE Royal Bahamas
Police Force yesterday offi-
cially launched the newest
addition to its crime unit
family.

Speaking at the launch of
the new Crime Scene Unit,
a new $200,000 state-of-the-
art crime van, Commission-
er of Police Paul Farquar-
son explained that the vehi-
cle is an extension of the
Royal Bahamas Police
Force’s efforts to secure
both the technology and the
expertise needed to remain
on the cutting edge.

“Whenever there is a
crime our officers from the
criminal records office will
travel to these locations and
they will commence their
technical and scientific
investigations, taking sam-
ples and collecting other
items necessary for their
investigations.”

“What this facility does,”
he said, ‘‘is allows us to have
a physical presence in a
more structured way to pro-
vide a high level of service.”

Deputy Prime Minster
and Minister of National
Defence Cythina Pratt said
it was an honour to be part
of the commissioning of the

_ crime van saying it had been

“a long time coming”.

She took the opportunity
to thank police for protect-
ing her at the weekend in
West End when a tornado
touched down. “Suddenly a
tornado touched down and
the police officers who were
there, they did not think
about their lives, their inter-
est and their concern was in
protecting me. And I want
to publicly thank them from
the bottom of my heart.
Some of them got injured
trying to protect me and I
can’t ever forget that.”

“So at this time I would
like to thank them again for
protecting me.”

The vehicle is a diesel
powered, automatic, and
purposely built to facilitate
their needs,

ASP Elburt Ferguson, ~
officer in-charge of the
crime scene investigation
unit, said: “We had it pur-
posely built for our needs.






E ASP Elburt Ferguson shows Ministe
Cynthia Pratt, along with Commisioner of Police Paul

Farquarson the new surveillance camera yesterday as the police

unveil a new crime scene van



@ THE exterior of the van

TER of National security Cynthia Pratt ttakes the

(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune Staff)

Firstly the power. We need
power when we go to the crime
scenes, we need to see what we
are doing, so we need the light.
We needed sustainable power
other than the power that
comes-from the engine, that is
why we have the generator.
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lights, so we can see and light up
our crime scene.”

The vehicle, which can hold
about four persons, is also
equipped with a high-powered
camera which will enable the
-officers to have an aerial view
of the crime scene, cabinets for
equipment, evidence security
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project which can be assured
will be completed by the begin-

_ yesterday that one constru(:tion

ning of the new school year in
September is the Mable Walker
expansion, which was also crit-
icised by the opposition because
it is in what they described as an
unhealthy and flood prone area.

be assumed that the TG Gilover
construction will consume the
complete budgetary alloc ation

for this year.
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Bradley Roberts: ‘pork-chop suit’ man

ON FRIDAY Works Minister Bradley
Roberts was in Cooper’s Town — Opposition
Leader Hubert Ingraham’s North Abaco con-
stituency — to sign contracts for the repair of
four government docks.

It is a recognised courtesy that when such
a function takes place in an MP’s con-
stituency, that MP is invited to attend.

We gather that Mr Ingraham received no
such invitation. Instead he was the object of
a smear campaign as Mr Roberts launched
into what promises to be a below-the-belt
election.

Obviously government is so afraid of
Hubert Ingraham that all tactics, no matter
how low, are going to be part of their
blitzkrieg to get rid of him.

Bahamians should be annoyed that politi- _

cians are using them as pawns in their dirty
little games. Once more Bahamians — in this
case Abaconians — are being treated as
though they live with amnesia and are too
unintelligent to sort fact from fiction.

It would seem that the PLP are going to

harp on the fact that, after 25 vindictive years .

of the Pindling administration, Mr Ingraham

declared that if elected he would only serve |

two terms.

In 1992 Bahamians were so relieved to be:
rid of a corrupt regime that they were in no
mood to welcome another 25-year colossus
astride their necks. We believed at the time:
that Mr Ingraham’s two-term declaration was:

a mistake, but caught up in the euphoria cif —

the moment, Bahamians accepted his com -
mitment.

However, 14 years have passed. Time's,
events and political situations have change d.
After the FNM lost the 2002 election to tlhe
PLP, there was a move afoot to bring Mr
Ingraham back as party leader. Knowing that
Mr Ingraham prides himself on being. a man
of his word, the PLP goaded him about ‘his
promise in a desperate effort to keep nim
out of the political contest.

As we said in this column at the time, it is
only a fool who cannot change his mind to
accommodate changing events. In fact: the
political scene in 2005 was far different from
the one he faced in 1992 when he declared
that he was a two-term prime minister,

_ Mr Ingraham was.a reluctant riecruit for
the leadership, but his supporters refused to
let him sleep in peace until he agre¢:d to head
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said. “You shouted, nay, you demanded that
I return to lead you.” He said he could not

_ “ignore the expressed will of my people.”

In 1965 US Senator Everett M. Dirksen

_ tolda Washington press conference: “Life is
' | not a static thing. The only people who do not

change their minds are incompetents in asy-

- lums, who can’t, and those in cemeteries.”

Mr Ingraham was neither an incompetent
in an asylum, nor was he in a cemetery. He
sensibly changed his mind.

Now here is the Roberts’ spin to the peo-
ple of Abaco on the reality of Mr Ingraham’s
return to politics: .

“Hubert Ingraham, who has become arro-
gant, dictatorial and places his personal inter-
est and ambitions above the interest and well
being of the people of North Abaco.

“You will remember in 2002, the voters of
North Abaco, that it would have been the
last time he would .ask you to vote for him.
Hubert also told the Bahamas that two terms
was long enough for.any one man to be in the
office of Prime Minister.

“I wish to remind you of what I said in
March of this year,” Mr Roberts chortled,
“that a lying representative, who is double-
minded, is as dangerous to your health,
wealth and welfare as it would be, if you had

walked into a lion’s den, with a pork-chop suit

on.”

Now let’s flash back to August 2002, this
time it is none other than Mr Roberts making
declarations of cutting his political career
short.

On that day— July 31, 2002 — Mr Roberts
confirmed what he had indicated during the
2002 election campaign that if elected he
would serve only half his term. Half a term
has long gone and we are only months away
from another election. But Mr Roberts is
still around. Has he lost his counting beads, or

doesn’t he know that he should have disap-

peared over the sand dunes two and a half
years ago?

We think he must have looked in the mir-
ror and seen himself when he said: “A lying

. representative, who is double-minded, is as

dangerous to your health, wealth and wel-
fare as it would be, if you had walked into a
lion’s den, with a pork-chop suit on.”

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Feedback on >
national health
insurance plan

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THE government cam-

_ paign for Universal Health-

care is on a fast track to
implementation, judging by
the Health Minister’s
remarks to the Chamber of

‘Commerce recently.

He confirmed that legis-
lation is already under way
and that the Blue Ribbon
Plan must “not be delayed
any longer:

“Business organisations
and companies should be
very responsive to feed-
back requests”.

This sounds like both a
threat and a promise.

We understand some
members of. the medical
association have provided
feedback, and perhaps oth-
er groups have done the
same.

Only they know how
their recommendations
have fared.

Since 2003 the Nassau
Institute has published
numerous articles on the
economic effects of turn-
ing ‘delivery of healthcare
over to the government.
They are on the Institute’s
Website www.nassauinsti-

’ tute.org.

In April 2004 The Insti-
tute hosted two interna-
tionally known economists,
specialists in healthcare
economics.

Drs Michael Walker and

John Goodman who spoke

directly to the issue of
Healthcare Reform for The
Bahamas.

Their presentations are
also on the Nassau Insti-
tute website. .

Notably, neither the
Health Minister nor any
representative from the
Ministry availed them-

* selves of the opportunity
for valuable feedback from

these gentlemen in April
2004.

Our experience. casts
doubt on the sincerity of
the latest request for feed-
back. More likely the Min-
ister is expecting an
endorsement of the Blue
Ribbon Commission
Report.

Besides, there are proba-

bly a very few individuals ©

sufficiently familiar with
the nationalisation process
to know the right questions
to ask.



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Not being easily discour-
aged, The Nassau Institute
has now in hand a compre-
hensive study entitled, An
Analysis. of the Blue Rib-
bon Commission’s Pro-
posals and an Examina-
tion of Alternate Policy
Options.

It raises the questions
that must be answered,
ones that are unlikely to be
raised in a meeting such
the one at The Chamber of
Commerce.

The report makes recom-
mendations that will avoid
negative consequences of
escalating costs and the
shortfall of funding,
inevitable if The Blue Rib-
bon Plan is adopted.

The more than sixty page
Report and Executive
Summary will be available
about mid-July, after peer
reviews are completed.

For individuals who do
not have time to read the
full report, the Executive
Summary and a Briefing
Paper will be made avail-
able separately.

We hope for a serious
discussion on a subject crit-
ical to individual health-
care needs and the health
of the Bahamas’ economy
in the years ahead.

Currently, the Bahamas
has an opportunity to avoid
the socialist-communist
systems typical of most
other countries.

Bahamians have a right
to be free to choose their
physicians, and their
incomes left alone so they
can pay for the services
they require.

We will soon know
whether the Ministry of
Health is honestly interest-
ed.in feedback or whether
the exercise is mostly a
vote-getting political ploy
leaving aside the economic
health of the country for
later.

The full Report and
Summary will be made
available to all interested
persons.

To reserve a copy call
324-2035 or 326 5728.

THE NASSAU
INSTITUTE
Nassau,

July 1, 2006.

Solution to the
problems with
public school system

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I HAVE read and followed the shabby state of affairs of the
public school system here in the Bahamas. The solution is quite
simple. Get the politicians out of the equation.

You have an attorney running the educational programme
who probably has no clue of how to ee and operate a 60K
member school system.

They need to have an independent school board separate
from the party in power. Then the school board must retain an
experienced, even non-Bahamian, superintendent to clean up
the mess created by different administrations. This independent
superintendent will eliminate all the politically appointed cronies
who have served in the education administration.

This superintendent must have a resumé which has to include
experience recreating a school system in dire straits as you
have here in the Bahamas. The governing body of COB had the
fortitude to elect as their new president someone with the right
background, irrespective of the person’s race, colour or nation-
ality. The same must be done with the public school system here
in the Bahamas, before it is too late.

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In our latest news feature, we take a look at
increasing concern that the gap between
the rich and poor may be widening



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Chief Reporter

GROWING concern about
what is viewed as the increasing
divide between the “haves” and
“have nots” in the Bahamas has

- led some who work with the

poor and disenfranchised to
conclude that the nation is sit-
ting on a powder keg which will
explode if not properly diffused.

Members of the bourgeoisie
and power elite in the Bahamas,
they say, tend to ignore the
growing gap between the social
classes and preach about a
Bahamas where there is equity
across the board.

However this image, the sta-

_ tistical and anecdotal evidence

suggests, does not reflect the
reality.

Many of those who work with
the poor and those of a lower
socioeconomic status conclude
that whether because of the
deficiencies in the education
system or a lack of resources,
many Bahamians feel they are
being pushed further away from
the “center of society” and that
they are unable to’either own a
piece of or contribute signifi-
cantly to, their country.

“We live in a lie. We have
been taught how to lie and how
to put on mask and ‘pretend
things are not the way they are.
If we don’t as a society admit
that we have a problem we will
never look for solutions,” Car-
los Reid, director of Youth
Against Violence, told The Tri-
bune yesterday.

Last year’s Bahamas Living
Conditions Survey, in the sec-
tion dealing with poverty esti-
mates and policy issues,
described the Bahamas. as one
of “the world’s most unequal
societies”.

The report concluded that
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This is despite the fact that

the Bahamas has a low level of.

absolute poverty, distinguish-
ing it from other highly unequal
societies such as Brazil, where
high inequality coexists with
high rates of poverty.

Because of this, the report .

concluded that it was unclear
whether inequality should be a
pressing policy issue in the
Bahamas.

Nevertheless, although the
poor constitute a comparatively
smaller percentage of the pop-
ulation in the Bahamas than
other countries, Minalee
Hanchell explained that pover-
ty is still a serious problem.

The Great Commission Min-
istry, which she heads, provides
around 100 hot meals every day
as well as everything from shel-
ter to parenting classes.

“Before coming into this kind
of ministry, I used to say no one

should be in the Bahamas and
have nothing to eat and that is
how a lot of people out there
think. But when you face the
reality, there are persons who
go to bed without a meal,” she
said.

The report pointed out that
highly unequal societies like the
Bahamas are less cohesive
which has direct implications
for the financing of public pro-
jects and the willingness to
share burdens during times of
crisis.

Indeed, many of those who
work with the poor told The
Tribune yesterday that it takes a
tremendous effort to get
Bahamians to assist the less for-
tunate — primarily because of
the perception that laziness is
the primary cause of poverty.

Mr Reid said this is indica-
tive of the selfish society that
Bahamians have cultivated.

“T think there is a need to for
persons like that to go back to
their neighborhoods and say, ‘I
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came from these places or did
some of those things which they
may not be proud of,” Mr Reid
said.

Ms Hanchell also pointed out
that to help persons in need is
very expensive and that assis-
tance from the public is vital.

“Those who have need to be
more sensitive to the have-nots.
Sometimes they look at it and
say they are lazy, but there are
many different reasons why per-
sons end up like this,” she said.

The Living Conditions: Sur-

“vey warned that highly unequal

societies may also be more
prone to crime with direct eco-

‘nomic consequences for invest-

ment and-business confidence.
Mr Reid said that inequity
leads to hopelessness among
young persons, which contributes
to the level of ‘social unrest’ the
Bahamas experiences.
“Everyone needs hope. If I
don’t have hope, I can take a
gun or knife and kill you
because I don’t care what hap-
pens to me. But when I believe

‘that thing will be better tomor-

row I may think twice. But if I
have no future what do I have
to lose?” Mr Reid pointed out.

The education system, he
said, has a big role to play in
this.

“What we should do is tell
people that even though they
may not be academically
inclined I can still become suc-
cessful because then we give
people hope.

“It comes down to what is the
motivating factor in our lives.
Most of the persons you see, if
you watch their families and the
persons they have contact with
as role models, maybe they

‘don’t inspire or motivate these
people aiid'say: no matter what

state I am in you could be better
than I am,”.Mr Reid said,

The report, compiled by the
Department of Statistics, placed
the blame for inequality at the
feet of one of the country’s key
development strategies: pro-
viding a tax haven for wealthy
expatriates.

The cost of housing repre-
sents the largest component of
non-food expenditures in the
Bahamas — 34 per cent across
the socioeconomic spectrum —
and as housing sales increase
with economic development,
the poorest of the poor are
increasingly likely to find hous-
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» FREEPORT - A major play-
ground and park will be devel-
oped and constructed in the
Eight Mile Rock community at
a cost of $75,000 through a joint
venture partnership of two
international organisations in
the United States.

The project, which will begin
next year March, is being spear-
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World and funded by the Mil-
lion Dollar Round Table
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Anthony Longley, an execu-
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Wednesday.

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12,000 square-foot playground
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Community Park, opposite the
Methodist Church.

He explained that Eight Mile
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US Embassy ‘has yet to
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beating of journalist.

FROM page one

who flew in from Miami to meet them. It was report-
ed that Mr Vallejo was hit in the face with a baton
while using the public telephone outside the centre,
sparking protests from the Cuban-American com-
munity in Florida.

Speaking to The Tribune yesterday, a source at the
Embassy said: “The Embassy has received inquiries
from members of Congress regarding the status of
the investigation, and have relayed this to the gov-
ernment: While we have not received a report, we
continue to have confidence that the government will
address these issues appropriately.”

Immediately following the incident the then Immi-
gration Minister Vincent Peet promised an in-depth
report on the matter — however the public has
heard nothing of the matter since then.

The embarrassing incident came as the interna-
tional community was already focusing on the con-
ditions and treatment that detainees had to endure
at the Detention Centre. Coupled with the alleged
“human rights” violations and the prolonged incar-
ceration of two Cuban doctors, anti-Bahamas
protests erupted in the Cuban-American community
in South Florida.

The fallout from the beating escalated to the point

where Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell
warned Bahamians travelling to Florida to be on
their guard for fear of possible retaliatory action
by Cuban Americans.

-At that time — February 17 — the Ministry of
National Security said it had in its possession an
“interim report” on the incident, but could not
divulge any of the findings at that time as the matter
was still under active police investigation.

Four days later — February 21— during his first
official visit to the Bahamas, and only two weeks
after the incident, Florida Governor Jeb Bush said
he was “satisfied” with the steps taken by govern-
ment to investigate the incident.

When contacted by The Tribune yesterday, the
new Minister of Immigration and Labour, Shane
Gibson, said he was not certain which agency was
conducting the investigation. However, he said, if the

matter involved a Defence Force officer, the depart-
ment of Immigration would not be responsible for
the investigation.

Attempts yesterday to contact Deputy Prime Min-
ister Cynthia Pratt, who is also Minis! +i of
National Security, for an update failed. Als ter
permanent secretary at the ministry, Mark Wilso.:
was not available for comment. His secretary
explained that he does not speak with The Tribune
anymore. '

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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 7











Tropical
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@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport

Reporter

FREEPORT - Tropical
Shipping lived up to its promise
and donated a fully completed
computer lab to the Beacon
School for specially challenged
students.

Kelly Burrows, company
executive at Tropical’s Freeport
office, made the presentation
of a 40-ft trailer with eight fully-
equipped computers during a
special assembly at the school
last week.

Last year, at the official
reopening and rebuilding of
Tropical’s office on Shelly
Street following extensive hur-
ricane damage, the company’s
president Rick Murrell pledged
to donate computers to a
deserving school on Grand
Bahama.

Principal Sheryl Wood
thanked Tropical for selecting
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@ A YOUNG Cuban
migrant at the Carmichael
Road Detention Centre

OCAL NEW

lm By ROYANNE
FORBES-DARVILLE

THE government is still
awaiting word from Cuba about
the future of scores of Cubans
immigrants presently at the
Carmichael Road Detention

’ Centre.

Minister of Labour and
Immigration Shane Gibson told
The Tribune yesterday that offi-
cials from the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs are now looking
into the matter.

Earlier this month, Mr Gib-
son was quoted in the press as
saying that the all the Cuban
nationals at the centre are still
there because Cuba has not
granted permission for their
return.

Forty-six Cubans are cur-
rently at the facility, but Mr
Gibson said that unlike the two

Cuban dentists who were
released to a third country ear-
lier this year, other nations are
not willing accept refugees with
lower skill-levels.

During a communication to
parliament last week, Mr Gib-
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Cuba for the swift return of
Cubans captured in Bahamian
waters.

Over the past two years,
Cubans were said to have been
the masterminds behind numer-
ous break-out attempts at the
detention centre.

The most recent break-out
took place last month, when five
Cubans managed to escape. The
men were captured in Jupiter,
Florida a few days later.

Since that time, the govern-
ment has announced plans to

till no date for tabling
of report on RBDF

@ By KARAN MINNIS
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE official report on the
comprehensive inquiry into the
state of-the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force has yet to be
tabled before Parliament

Speaking to The Tribune
yesterday, the under secretary
of the Ministry of National
Security, Peter Deveaux-
Isaacs, said that capies of the
report could not be released
at this time.

Mr Deveaux-Isaacs denied
reports that other media hous-
es have. already received offi-
cial copies and said that to his
knowledge the report has not
been released to the public.

The inquiry phase of the
report was completed in early
January, but officials have

refused to release their find-
ings pending the release of a
written report.

In May, it was reported
that the government had
appointed a four-person
implementation committee
which was charged with the
task of guiding and supervis-
ing the changes out-lined in
the long-awaited review.
Such.tasks included assisting
with the implementation of
everything from operational
innovations, to changes in the
role of women in the defence
Force. However, as of yes-
terday, The Tribune had yet

to receive a copy of the’

report.

Yesterday Mr Deveaux-
Isaacs said that the commit-
tee, which is led by Paul
Adderley along with Dr Keva

Bethel, Jessica Minnis and
retired commodore Leon
Smith, has reportedly began
their work.

"It is my understanding that
the committee has already
began to implement the out-
lined changes within the
RBDF," he said. "However,
at this time we cannot release
copies of the report to the gen-
eral public as it has not been
tabled as yet." .

Mr Deveaux-Issaacs was
unable to give a date when the
report would be tabled.

"At this time, I cannot say
when this will be done," he
said. "But it is hoped that the
processes will be completed
soon."

"Upon completion,” he'said,
,"copies of the report will be
sent to all media houses."

Bahamas is ‘still waiting for
word from Cuba on detainees’

beef-up security at the facili-
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Mr Gibson said that work has
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new safety measures.

Major improvements are
planned for the facility’s kitchen
and dinning hall areas.

The construction of new
quarters is also planned for the
Royal Bahamas Defence Force,
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independent Bahamas

I MOUNTED a large flag
outside my home and flew
asmaller one on my car. | attend-
ed the various celebrations in
Grand Bahama and hosted shows
on the virtues of patriotism. I
greeted each citizen with an extra
bit of love and‘appreciation. I did
these things because my country,
the beautiful Bahamas, had turned
thirty-three and I was and am
proud to be one of its native sons.
Yet, as I reflected on our achieve-
ment of thirty-three years of
national independence, I won-
dered about at least five contra-
dictions that I had observed. I
wondered if these were accidents
of history or the gaffs of a people
who had not given sufficient con-
sideration to the meaning of their
actions. I will share these contra-
dictions today.

The Lynden O Pindling ,
International Airport

I support naming the former
Nassau International Airport after
the late Sir Lynden Pindling, first
Prime Minister of The Bahamas.
Sir Lynden’s contribution to The

Bahamas cannot be denied; they
were many, significant and varied.
Above all, he gave Bahamians the
courage to rise out of the mental
squalor of their colonial past and
embrace the dignity of a free and
independent people. Sir Lynden
was not perfect; none of us are.

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deeds. That is life!

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however; it is not the paradox. The
paradox is that we would name
the airport after the man that epit-
omises Bahamianism, after the
most eloquent spokesperson for
the cause of Bahamianisation; and

after the man who believed that

we Bahamians can do anything if
given a chance, and in a little while
we will turn the management of
that very same airport over to for-
eigners. Yes, that’s right, the Lyn-
den O Pindling International Air-
port, named after the man who
led us out of foreign management
and control into independence will
be managed and controlled by for-
eigners. If that is not a contradic-
tion in an independent Bahamas
then what is?

The government, of course, will

_ say that Bahantians do not have

the expertise to develop and run a
world class airport. If such a thing
were said to Sir Lynden, he would
pity the fool. Indeed, when such
things were said when the current
administration was in opposition,
they vehemently castigated those
who said it. Besides, it would have
been entirely appropriate and fea-
sible to contract with a Bahamian
private sector group to manage
the international airport and for
that group to purchase in the open
global marketplace whatever
expertise it required. At the front
end, the contract might cause the
government a little more but at
the back-end, the country would
gain a lot more with the national-
ly entrenched expertise. Imagine
that! The Lynden O. Pindling
International Airport managed
and controlled by Bahamians. No
paradox there.

The College of the Bahamas
I said it before and I will say it

again, it is a tremendous contra-
diction that our nation’s highest

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tertiary-level institution must
today be led by a non-Bahamian.
I do not question the ability of the
present president of the college to
lead the college; I wish her well. I
do, however, point out the para-
dox that a country proud of its
independence from foreign hands
and desirous of achieving under
its own direction, today has its
principal college led by one other
than its own. This might not be as

' paradoxical if the college had not

been led for so many years prior
by Bahamians. If and when we
achieve university status, we will
undoubtedly herald it as a great
national achievement, yet it will
be one that we could not have
achieved without having at the
helm one who is not a national of
our country.

Mind you, the Coilege Council
did try to find a Bahamian after
firing, for cause, the one who was
there before. In the end, the coun-
cil concluded that it could not find
any such Bahamian and over-
looked the ones who were “act-
ing” all along, they lowered the
original qualifying standards and
selected a non-Bahamian. What-
ever may have been the mitigating
circumstances, it is a paradox that
our premier national college is not
now led by a Bahamian.

Urban planning by foreigners

It seems that thirty-three years
of national independence has not
given us the ability to plan our
own landscape. We have hired for-
eign consultants td do this. We
have hired foreign consultants to
help us plan in Exuma, Eleuthera
and New Providence. Why?
Because according to the govern-
ment, Bahamians are not ready
for this yet. To me that is a load of
crock! Which Bahamians were
asked to do it? ‘We never ask; we
always assume. Bahamian archi-
tectural firms can urban plan and
where there are levels of specialist
knowledge they might need, they

can contract it from anywhere in-

the world. In the end, however,’
something as indigenous as plan-
ning our own landscape would, |
have been done. by us. This is a’

sign of growing up.

We can lead a
nation but not parts of it

It seems rather contradictory °
that we can have people without '
prior experience in running a’-
country end up running the coun-.'
try but we cannot have people"
without prior experience in cer- -
tain aspects of their business actu-
ally have the opportunity to take”
on that business. Leading a nation
is a highly demanding job and a,
very serious one. However, every |
prime minister of The Bahamas ;
got his job without any prior expe-_
rience. This being the case, it is
ironic that any such prime minister |
would turn around and say to his |
nation’s architects and planners *
that they cannot be allowed to”
take on any significant urban
development projects because !
they have no prior experience’’
when he himself took on the mon-'-
umental national development !
project without prior experience. *

It would be quite appropriate.”
for an independent Bahamas to .
put more confidence in its own »
talent by giving it the opportunity
to take on the various national?
development projects required.
The exercise will have some mis- -
steps but they would be a small
price to pay for the benefit of hav- ,
ing a country where the indige-
nous people have expertise in
developing their own resources °
like the urban landscape. Inter-
estingly enough, this is precisely
how the countries from where we
import expertise came to have that
expertise in the first place.

Getting a Bahamian passport

Today one can go to the US
Embassy and within hours obtain
a visa to enter that country. Here,
a foreign country takes just'a few
hours to verify the bona fides of a
stranger and grant permission for
that foreigner to enter the country.
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TRINIDAD’S Phoenix
Park Gas Processors Ltd.
will partner with a South
African firm to build a
US$64 million petrochemi-
cal plant in the Caribbean
island nation, officials said
Tuesday, according to Asso-
ciated Press.

Phoenix Park spokesman
Alvin Dookie said the com-
pany plans to develop a
maleic anhydride plant in
Trinidad with Isegen Pty
Ltd. of South Africa. Maleic
anhydride is a chemical com-
monly used in the produc-
tion of food additives, agri-
cultural chemicals, fiberglass
and plastics.

Construction was sched-
uled to begin at a yet-unde-
termined site at the end of
2008 and would last between
18 and 24 months, said
Dookie, who did not disclose
what percentage of the plant
would be owned by Phoenix
Park.

State-owned Natural Gas
Co. controls 51 percent of
Phoenix Park, with Texas-
based Conoco-Phillips and
Pan West Engineers and
Constructors Inc. holding 39
percent and 10 percent
shares, respectively.

Trinidadian Energy Min-
ister Lenny Saith said last
week that the project was

‘one of seven major chemi-
cal plants in development to
help diversify the country’s
energy-based economy.
Some 25 petrochemical
plants are already in opera-
tion, he said.

students ‘in under five years’

â„¢ By REUBEN SHEARER

BAHAMIAN schools are
fast becoming breeding grounds
for gangs, one youth activist
warned yesterday.

Carlos Reid, president of
youth against violence, said that
if something is not done, the
school system will be complete-
ly unsafe for students is as little
as five years.

“We are still pretending and
using a ‘band-aid’ approach for
the situation,” he said. “We are
not far from our counterparts
like Jamaica and Trinidad,
because our crime problem is
almost on par with theirs.”

Mr Reid insisted that gov-
ernment officials will not be
able to come up with a good
solution for youth violence until
they admit that the country has
a pr oblem.

“This has been a trend in the -

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@ CARLOS Reid

like when drugs came on stream
and we denied the fact that it
was a problem until it became
an epidemic. Then we ignored

AIDS, which consequently led
to our country becoming the
second highest per capita in our
region.”

Mr Reid was speaking on the
“Real Talk Live” radio show

with Jeff Lloyd on More 94 FM. .
Several callers also discussed .

the problem of youth and vio-
lence.

According to caller Vince
Ferguson, the solution to the
problem in Bahamian schools
is not money, but a stronger sys-
tem supported by more male
teachers.

This, Ferguson claimed,
would bring balance and chan-

‘nel masculine energy toward

the development of young men.

Mr Ferguson referred to the
establishment of a teacher
appreciation week in at
Aquinas High School in 1984 —
which allowed male students to

‘act as teachers for a hands-on

classroom experience.

The Honorary French Con-
sul to the Bahamas, Mr. Thier-
ry Boeuf and the local French

community and friends of

France will be celebrating
Bastille Day on July 14 ina
manner that French love and
appreciate: an evening of wining
and dining:

One of the revolutionary days
in Paris, the storming of the
Bastille on July 14, 1789 has
been commemorated in France
for more than a century and is
celebrated with a mixture of
solemn military parades and
easygoing dancing and fire-
works.

On the morning of July 14,



@ A BASTILLE Day celebration in Paris

He said that to his amaze-
ment, later on in life many of
the students became educators
themselves.

For this reason, Ferguson
supports using money to build
up the school system but feels
that in order to attract young
men to the field, more emphasis
must be placed on letting them
discover the vocation for them-
selves.

According to Mr Reid, the
violence situation in schools
has become so bad, that
many incidents go unreport-

ed by the media.

“News reporters say that
because we are a tourist-orient-
ed nation, they cannot report
every incident,” he said.

Mr Reid said that since 1995,
his group has been crying out
for something to be done about
the fact that the next genera-
tion is on “the road of destruc-
tion.”

He claimed that now, as
many as eight out of every 10
young men carry weapons for
self defence because they are
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i JOHN ‘Chippy’ Chipman
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PLP Senator Philip Galanis
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Bahamas to engage in fair and
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“The journalist needs to be a
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balanced, and what the role of
journalists should be.

Most interviewees said they
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same events, its clear to every-
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All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot no. 1490 of the subdivision known and designated as
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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,
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Lot #60 with a structure, lot size 60 x 115 ft., 6,900 sa. ft., 10 ft., above sea level but below road level and would flood in a severe hurricane
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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 of a 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.

!

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.





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LOT NO. 433 GOLDEN GATE SECTION 1
(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
5 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.









_ 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
eae ay 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
i , LOT NO.1 HOPKINS DRIVE CORAL HARBOUR

» All that lot of vacant land having ah 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 on a
grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual rainy periods of the year.

f . 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
a Ce 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
ubaivision. :








RAINBOW SUBDIVISION LOT NO. 3 BLOCK 27 (ELEUTHERA)

All that vacant lot 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 Prete 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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Tourism is receiving national

‘Weather conference podcasts win
public relations award in US

Anvil Award, which recognis-
es creative tactics in a public
relations campaign.

Winners of this award, which
is sponsored by the Public Rela-
tions Society of America
(PRSA), were acknowledged

THE Bahamas Ministry of

attention in the US after win-
ning a coveted public relations
award.

The ministry has been named
the 2006 winner of Bronze

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during the 2006 Silver Anvil
Awards Evening held on June 8
in New York City.

The Ministry of Tourism
received the Bronze Anvil
Award for its video podcast
(VODcast) launched during the



10th-annual Bahamas Weather
Conference.
According to a statement
from the ministry, “this tactical
addition to the conference
broadened its reach well
beyond the 100 meteorologists
who attend each year by using
the Internet to ‘narrowcast’ pre-
sentation highlights and key
messages from the Bahamas.”
The Bahamas Weather Con-
ference podcast centre, avail-

able at www.bahamaswxcon- >

ference.com, was launched on
March 3 and has garnered more
than 200,000 hits to date.

The video features include
interviews with Minister of
Tourism Obie Wilchcombé,
director general Vernice
Walkine and Trevor Basden of
the Bahamas Meteorological
Service as well as conference
speakers Dr Bob Sheets, Max
Mayfield of the National Hur-
ricane Centre and other experts.

The ministry’s statement con-
tinued: “The educational con-
tent for which the conference
is well-known attracted enor-
mous interest from the US
meteorological community and
hundreds have subscribed via
Apple iTunes to receive auto-
matic updates.

“This use of technology has
allowed the Bahamas Ministry
of Tourism to educate a new
audience on the geography of
the destination and the impor-
tance of reporting specifically
and accurately on hurricanes.”

The Bronze Anvil Award is
only the latest of several awards
for the weather conference pro-
gramme, which established the
Bahamas as an industry leader
in facing the issue of hurricanes
head-on.

“We are very proud of our
programme, the exposure it has
generated for the islands of the
Bahamas and of course the
respect and awards it has won.
Receiving the recognition of the
Bronze Anvil is very exciting
for all of us,” said Mr Wilch-
combe.

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@ THE Bronze Anvil Award

“The PRSA Bronze Anvil
rewards great creativity and
results in public relations tac-
tics,” said Sherry Goldman,
2006 PRSA Bronze Anvil
Awards chair and president of
Goldman Communications
Group. “Only the best entries
from across the country were
selected to win this honour. We
congratulate the Bahamas Min-
istry of Tourism on their exem-
plary work.”

The Bronze Anvil Awards
were created by PRSA in 1969

_to recognise outstanding pub-

lic relations tactics, individual
items or components of pro--
grammes or campaigns.

They are awarded in 50 cate-
gories and subcategories includ-
ing consumer relations, newslet-
ters, websites, feature stories,
press/media kits and blogs.

The Public Relations Society
of America, based in New York
City, is the world’s largest
organisation for public relations
professionals.

_,.Lhe society has more than
29,000 professional and student
members.




Show of art teachers
to close tomorrow

@ By TRIBUNE STAFF
WRITER

A NEW exhibition at the
Central Bank of the Bahamas’
art gallery features the works
of four talented Bahamian art
teachers from the AF Adder-
ley Junior High School.

Deputy Director of Educa-
tion Cecil Thompson officially
opened the ‘All 4 Hue’ exhibit
with positive words of encour-
agement for young, aspiring
local artists.

Nyoka Dames, Otis Moxey,
Clive Stuart, and Ellery
Deveaux are as diversified in
the field of painting as they
come.

Each has an individual style
that expresses a unique vision of
the world.

In a kaleidoscope of colour,
they arrest the senses with sub-
jects drawn from everyday life
in the Bahamas.

From the social issues like
immigration, to the beauty of
the natural landscape, each
painting in the exhibition
evokes an emotional response.

One viewer commented that
following the tense contract
negotiations between the gov-
ernment and teachers, “a rain-
bow of hope shines through” in
the form.of these four out-



@ ONE of the pieces on
display

standing artists.

“Yes indeed,” she said,
“teachers are a force for good as
they show our Bahamian youths
that if they pursue what they
love with passion and drive they
too can be success stories.”

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8 College of The Bahamas RENN,

STORY SO FAR: Clementine, the workman
Sam’s dog, is unusually interested in the cellar
hole, although she seems afraid of the old horse-

CHAPTER FOUR
Triple Trouble

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lemmie, no!”. Kelly shouted, chasing after
the dog, who was digging near. the cellar
hole again. Sam broke away from a cluster of men

standing by the cement truck. “Bad dog!” he shouted -

as he ran.

Kelly grabbed Clemmie’s dragging leash, pulling her
away from the hole. “I’m sorry,” she gasped.

“It’s okay.” Sam took the leash from Kelly. “But
she’s going to have to stay in my truck now.” He took

.the dog away.

“Darn,” Kelly said under her breath. Then she saw
that James was digging in Clemmie’s hole with his
hands: “What are you DOING?” she shouted. “You
want to make Sam even madder?”

“T want to see what Clementine’s after,” James said
stubbornly, digging deeper.

But then Dad, who’d been standing near the cement
truck with the men, came up to them both.

“James, for heaven’s sake, fill in that hole,” he said.
“And then please come over to the cement truck, both
of you.

“We seem to have an odd problem.” He walked
away again.

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“The least you could do,” James said grumpily to
Kelly, “is help.” ,

“Come on, James, it’s not that big of a hole,” she
said, but she helped anyway. “Find anything?” she
whispered. .

“No,” he whispered back. “But I didn’t get very far.”

“Maybe we can dig it up again later,” Kelly said.

James looked grateful. “I’d rather dig than think
about what might have been a break-in,” he said. “I
just keep thinking what if it was someone from that
gang?” :

Kelly gave him a long, sympathetic look. “TI really
don’t think it could be,” she said. “How could they have
followed us? Besides, you wouldn’t be any use to them
out here. Come on, stop worrying! Let’s go see what

. Dad wants.”

They walked over to the cement truck. Dad pointed
to its tires.

Every one of them was flat.

James suddenly turned pale and Kelly knew he was
thinking of the gang again. ‘

“Kids,” Dad said, “have you seen anyone around
this truck today? Anyone we don’t know?”

“No,” said Kelly, and James shook his head.

Sam looked at the driver. “You tell them,” he said.

“I brought the truck here while the guys were at
lunch,” he said. “And I thought I heard someone in the

‘woods. So I parked it and went to look. And when I

got back, the tires were flat. They aren’t just flat, either.
They’ve been punctured.”

“Did you see anyone in the woods?” James asked
anxiously.

“Not a soul,” the driver said. “Anyway, we can’t
move the truck over to the forms till we get new tires
and put them on.” .

“Maybe,” James said tensely to Dad, “if someone
broke into the house and made the crashes, they messed
up the tires, too.”

' “T don’t think anyone broke in,” Dad said. “But
someone sure got to the truck.” :

“It'll take time to replace the tires, Mr. Claver,” Sam

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said. “And by then, the cement will probably have
hardened. I’m afraid we’ll probably lose another day.”

Dad looked grim. “I’?d hoped to have the foundation
poured today,” he said.

“We’ll get it done, Mr. Claver,” Sam said. “If need be,
we'll have a new truck here first thing in the morn-
ing.”

“You'll never guess what I just found,” Mom said,
bursting into the kitchen where the twins were helping
Dad do the supper dishes. “I was putting shecis away
in the linen closet and I found this.” She held up a
brownish piece of paper with spidery writing on it.

Kelly looked over Moins shoulder. “...from the shore
last night,” she read aloud, “and carrieu off our beasts,
so...” She hesitated at a badly smudged and faded
word.

“Feather?” James suggested.

“No, I think it’s Father,” Dad said, peering closely at
the paper. “...so Father cannot plough.”

Then there were more smudged letters and word
except for a letter that looked like a J and a word that
looked like militia. Close to the bottom of the page,
though, the writing got clearer.

“little stored food,” Kelly read aloud. “that has not
been stolen by — by...”

“It looks like Johnny something,” said James. “Bill?”

“No,” Mom said. “Bull. Oh, my! Johnny Bull.”
She sat down at the kitchei. table and looked at Dad.
“That’s what the American Patriots called the English
in the American Revolution. I think I’ve just found part
of a Revolutionary War diary!”

~ (Continued every Tuesday and Thursday.)

Text copyright © 1999 Nancy Garden
Illustrations copyright © 1999
Marilynne K Roach

Reprinted by permission of
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plary service” and presented
each with a silver tray engraved
with the national emblem.
Celebrations at Police Head-
quarters were attended by Prime
Minister Perry Christie, opposi-
tion leader Hubert Ingraham,
National Security Minister Cyn-
thia Pratt, other cabinet minis-
ters, senior government and
police officials, and invited guests.
The Salvo Award is made to
retired senior officers for dis-
tinguished service to the Royal
Bahamas Police Force.

ASP Johnson and Superin- '

tendent McDonald spent 33
years and 37 years on the force
respectively. Te

Prime Minister Christie
praised the force for “being so
wonderfully prepared” for the
challenges that face them.

“The question for me has
always been, not whether or not
the commissioner has discretion
to cause there to be innovations
in the police force,” he said,
“but to what extent and how
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adapt tothem. —

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Minister says

smaller groups |

of Haitian
immigrants
coming into
the Bahamas

FROM page one

mass exodus of Haitian nation-
als.

“T have personally spoken
with people who anticipate that
they and others they know will

return to Haiti. They estimate_

that with the increasing stability,
and the developing economic sit-
uation they will return soon,” he
said.

The minister said that if doc-
umented Haitians are willing to
return home, then those who are
in the Bahamas illegally should
also be eager to leave the coun-
try.

Mr Gibson said that he has
now advised his ministry’s tech-
nical team to take an accurate
count of those Haitians coming
to the Bahamas and those

departing the country.

“When we have those num-
bers we can compare them to
last year and get a more scien-
tific perspective of the situa-
tion,” he said.

Haitian president Préval was
sworn into office in early June
and last week attended the
CARICOM meeting in St Kitts
and Nevis.

President Préval recently indi-
cated to CARICOM Secretary-
General Edwin Carrington that
he was eager for Haiti to resume
its place in the councils of
CARICOM. He also requested
that a CARICOM team come to
Haiti immediately after the
meeting to assist the country’s
officials in facilitating Haiti’s
resumption of its participation
in the operations of the bloc.

Ingraham
at Bradley Roberts

FROM page one

the cost of operating a con-
stituency office.
“Hubert has never opened a

’ constituency office nor hired any‘, '

one in'connection with the
same,” Mr Roberts‘told his udi-
ence. “He claims that he is hold-
ing the money in his bank
account.”

In response to Mr Robert’s
claims, Mr Ingraham denied that
he was holding any money in
“his” bank account. He.said that
all money for a constituency
office in North:-Abaco were

piaced into a North Abaco Con-.

stituency Account.

He produced a June 2006 bank
statement in the name of The
North Andros Constituency as
proof.

Mr Ingraham told The Tribune
that because his constituency
stretches for some 70 miles by
land and 30 miles by sea, he did

. not'see a need to open a con-

stituency office.
“I already have an office in
Abaco, and my. constituents

know how to contact me if-they’

need me,” said Mr Ingraham. He
explained that his government
instituted a constituency
allowance primarily for Nassau
and Freeport because it was very
difficult for scattered Family
Island constituencies to be appro-
ptiately served by one office.

Mr Ingraham noted that the
accumulated funds will always be
available to the area’s represen-
tative to be used for the con-
stituency as it belongs to the con-
stituency. However, at this time
he has no use for it, as he already
has an office and personnel for
which he personally pays.

“And now with an election
approaching,” continued Mr
Ingraham, “I will be establishing
campaign headquarters in at least
three place, but they will be elec-
tion offices, which I will be pay-
ing for as well, as they are not
publicly funded.”

Mr Ingraham said he wished
that all members of government

An independent Bahamas

FROM page eight

hits back

would account for their con-
stituency allowances as he has.
He discredited claims made by
Mr Roberts concerning his “fat”
allowances and benefits.

,. In his claims, Minister Roberts

said: “It was-Ingraham’s Cabinet
who gave him the following mon-
strous benefits.”

Continuing to chip away at Mr_

Roberts’ accusations, Mr Ingra-
ham pointed out that those
“perks” were not initiated by his
government for his benefit, but
rather for the benefit of Sir Lyn-
den Pindling, as agreed in a 1997

meeting that he had with Sir Lyn-:

den, .and Prime Minister Perry
Christie, who was leader of the
opposition at the time.

“Sir Lynden received those
perks until his death,” said Mr
Ingraham. 1

In June of 1997, Mr Christie
went on record in the House of

Assembly as saying: “Whereas I

did not see the contents of the
Bill, it is a fact that in my capac-
ity of Leader of the Opposition
and Leader of the Progressive
Liberal Party that I participated
in a process that resulted in giv-
ing Sir Lynden Pindling an option
to choose between. the existing
pensions law and a new piece of
legislation that was going to be

proposed by the Government.” -

Mr Christie went on to say: “It
is perhaps more my fault than
any other factor that my brother
who has raised searching and real
questions on this matter is not

aware of the details, to the extent

=

that he could have been made
aware if I had spoken to
him.”

Mr Ingraham explained that,
as a former prime minister who
served two terms, he is receiving
the same benefits agreed upon
for Sir Lynden and any other
prime minister who will have
served two terms.

“I suppose, in the view of Mr
Roberts and others, it is okay for
Sir Lynden to receive these ben-
efits,” concluded Mr Ingraham.

“But, it is not okay for me, as a
former Prime Minister, to receive
them.”

amount of time it takes for a Bahamian to obtain from their government
a document necessary to travel outside the country. It takes Bahamians
weeks to obtain such a passport. This is especially disconcerting when one
thinks that the renewal of a passport initially issued by the government
must take weeks to renew. One would think that as long as government
officers anywhere in this country can verify that the document is a legit-
imate document issued by the government, that the person holding the
document is the person who should be holding the document, and that
the document is still usable, the document could be stamped renewed on
the spot. Thirty-three years after independence we still act as if we do not
live in a modern world when it comes to handling our national travel doc-
ument. A foreign enterprise like the US Embassy can expedite their doc-
umentation for travel to the US more quickly to us as foreigners than we
can expedite ours. There is some contradiction there.

These contradictions are not intended to cast blame but to highlight
us to some areas of life in this country where we might rethink our
efforts. It is my hope that we will do so and thirty-three years from
now have no such paradoxes existent.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
There is no progress without reflection.

LOCAL NEWS



THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 15



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RBC FINCO recently celebrated the official opening ofits newest Mortgage Centre
to serve the mortgage and lending needs of the Bahamian public. The RBC ANCO
Mortgage Centre is located in the Prince Charles Drive Shopping Centre and offers.
extended hours ta the public. The Centre is open from 20am to6pm Monday
through Friday, and from 11 am to: 3 pm on Saturdays.

“Through this Centre, we provide mortgages for single- and mreetti-family

residential homes, as well as other lending and deposit services,” said Mr.
Nathaniel Beneby, jr., Managing Director. “We are also offering extended hours.
outside traditional banking hours in order to provide added convenience for

- clients. In addition to extended business hours, our team is alse. prepared to bring

our services to our clients’ hames ov offices. It's all about what our clients need,

and how we can help.” Mz. Beneby added, “RBC FINCO has. been in the mortgage

business for more than 50 years, and this new branch builds on our commitment
to continuing to be the leading provider of mortgages in The Bahamas.”

The Right Honourable, Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister, Commonwealth of The
Bahamas, and Minister of Finance, was present at the grand opening and
commented that “RBC FINCO plays a pivatal and defining role in. the mortgage
market.” He applauded the move by this institution to expand their locations and

Services to allow more Bahamians to have access to owning their homes. The

Mortgage Centre's first client, Ms. Erica Ferguson was present to. cut the ribbon,
signifying the official opening of the centre.

The new Mortgage Centre is managed by Mr. Julius Seymour and his experienced
staff of two mortgage specialists, a credit support officer and an office clerk. Mr.
Seymour was most recently Assistant Manager Credit Risk at the bank’s Head
Office. He has 26 years of banking experience with 18 of those years being in
sales and lending. :

All mortgage lending products, loans, savings, chequing and fixed term deposits

are available through this Centre. While no cash transactions will be handled by

the branch, the Centre will have an automated banking machine (ABM).

About RBC FINCO

RBC FINCO is a lead provider of home mortgages to Bahamians and attractive
interest rates for its depositors. Its majority shareholder is RBC Royal Bank of
Canada, which is Canada’s largest diversified financial institution as measured by
market capitalization and assets, and is one of North America’s leading
diversified financial services companies. This is RBC FINCO’s 53rd year of
operation and the 23rd year that its approximately 4,000 shareholders have
partnered in its success.



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@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

Barbados
brewery is a
major investor
in the group
seeking to
acquire Caribbean Bottling
Company (Bahamas), the com-
pany that holds the franchise
for and manufactures Coca-
Cola products in this nation.
Informed sources have told
The Tribune that Banks (Bar-
bados) Breweries is a key play-
er in the group put together
by Walter Wells, senior vice-
president for commercial:and
mortgage lending at Com-
monwealth Bank.
It is understood that Mr
Wells and his group are cur-
rently jthe front-runners to



@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Business
OE haan

BAHA Mar yesterday told
The Tribune that its $2 bil-
lion Cable Beach redevelop-
ment would not cause dam-
aging competition with
Kerzner International and

tourist market, due to hotel
product standards, increased
airlift to the Bahamas and
stronger marketing incen-
tives.

-- Robert Sands, Baha Mar’s
Secuiive vice-president of
administration and public

_ SEE page 7B

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acquire Caribbean Bottling,
with . Coca-Cola having
approved their purchase and
takeover provided they can
obtain the necessary approvals
from the Bahamas govern-
ment.

Approvals will be required
from both the Central Bank of
the Bahamas, on the exchange
control side; and the Govern-
ment’s Investments Board and
National Economic Council
(NEC) because Banks is a for-
eign entity.

In addition, manufacturing
and distribution businesses are
supposed to be reserved for
100 per cent Bahamian own-
ership, so yet again the Gov-
ernment is being asked for a
waiver toits National Invest-
ment Policy, even though rival
Bahamian groups are under-





# ROBERT SANDS





stood to be interested in
Caribbean Bottling.

Fred Mitchell, minister of
foreign affairs, previously said
the Government was increas-
ingly likely to be asked for
investment policy. waivers, as
the Bahamas became ever
more integrated into the glob-
al economy, and contemplat-
ed joining various trade agree-
ments. -

The involvement of Banks
in Mr Wells’ group is likely to
be welcomed by Coca-Cola,
which as the master franchisor
has to approve the purchase.

Banks is the distributor of
Coca-Cola products in Barba-
dos, making it a ‘good fit’ for
the Bahamian operation,
which needs to be rebuilt given
the apparent lack of Coca-Cola
product on supermarket and ~

Paradise Islan

retail shelves in Nassau.

The Barbadian brewery also
will be able to bring all its man-
ufacturing and distribution
expertise .to bear on the
Bahamas operation, creating
opportunities to exploit syner-
gies and economies of scale.

Banks was founded in St>

Michael, Barbados, in 1961,
and brews filtered beer> Its
best-known brand is its lager,
Banks Beer,

Caribbean Bottling, Whose
main shareholders are Judy
Munroe. and. Carleton
Williams, distributes Fanta-and
Schweppes products in: addi-

tion to Coca-Cola, along with:

the Dasani and Aqua Royal
Water products.

The company had been
seeking outside investors to
inject capital into the business

for some time, The Tribune
having learned that it was con-

templating a private placement ~

before eventually selling its
three properties to the Premier
Commercial Real Estate

‘Investment Corporation mutu-
al fund, which is listed on the.

Bahamas International Secu-
rities Exchange (BISX).

~ Premier acquired Caribbean
Bottling’s New, Providence-
based manufacturing and dis-

tribution facilities, plus its.

Freeport distribution facility.

Initially, Premier proposed
to pay $4.8 million. for
Caribbean Bottling’s Coca-
Cola production plant, and

- $2.5 million and $522,000 for

the Nassau and Freeport dis-

tribution facilities respective- .

ly. However, it later reduced
the amounts it was paying for

the Nassau facilities to $4.7 |’
million and $2.4 million respec-
tively. —

In its offering memorandum,
Premier said the annual rent
for Caribbean Bottling’s pro-
duction facility was $463,268.
The rents on the Nassau and
Freeport distribution centres
were $240,180 and $49,920
respectively.

- Some $5.5 million of the
funds invested in Premier Real
Estate came from the contro- -.:

_ versial Olympus Univest fund,
‘ the Bahamian investment fund /-
that is in court-supervised liq- -’

uidation, with investors trying
to recover as much as.Cdn$550
million for investors. .

The Premier Real Estate .
investment is one of those the
liquidators are targeting for
recovery.

d Ferry Terminal sold for $3m

@ By NEIL HARTNELL .
Tribune Business Editor

JACHARIC Holdings, the now-closed
tour operator and excursion provider, has
sold the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal
for $3 million to a company that beat off
late interest from the proposed Ritz-Carl-
ton resort, sources said yesterday..

Little is known about the investors
behind the purchaser, Harbour Front
Holdings, although sources. said one of
the principals was related to Peter Maury,
who runs the marina at Kerzner Interna-
tional’s Atlantis resort.

Charles Farrington, a Jacharic Holdings
director and shareholder, declined to com-
ment when contacted by The Tribune
about the sale or the buyer’s identity.

The Paradise Island Ferry Terminal is.

the prime seaborne access point to Par-
adise Island, where multiple ferries dock.
It was-the last remaining asset that Jachar-
ic Holdings, which operated Nassau Cruis-
es, Stingray City and Blue Lagoon Island,

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had to dispose of.

The Tribune understands that Jacharic
Holdings was initially hoping to raise
between $4-$5 million from the Ferry Ter-
minal’s sale. :

Harbour Front Holdings had to fend
off competition for the sité from the pro-
posed Ritz-Carlton resort on Rose Island,
which has been seeking seaborne access
points on both Paradise Island and main-
land Nassau from which to transport
guests to its property, scheduled to open in

2009

Separately, The Tribune has been

informed that the Ritz-Carlton developers

are also looking at establishing a seaborne
access point at the marina proposed by
New: York-based real estate. developer,

‘Island Global Yachting, next’ to down-

town’s British Colonial Hilton.

Its plans for water transportation of
guests to Rose Island will thus fit in well
with the masterplan for downtown Nas-
sau’s regeneration, which includes a heavy

_ emphasis on waterborne taxis.

The Ritz-Carlton investment proposes a -
95-unit boutique hotel, 65 condo hotel
units, 66 town homes, 40 marina condos,
60 resort residences and 137 resort estate
homes. A 98-slip marina will also be con-
structed. ‘

Meanwhile, The Tribune understands
that Jacharic Holdings managed to settle a
dispute with former management staff

_over alleged unpaid redundancy money.

This sum has been paid i in full by the com-_.
pany. :
Jacharic Holdings was the chief desti-
nation manager and shore excursion
provider for, Carnival, the world’s largest
cruise line, and its decision to close down
and cease operating has left a big void to ¢
be filled. ;
One source familiar with the situation
had described the company as “a major
player in cruise tourism”, having been in
business for some 23 years and touched -

SEE page 5B

McWeeney and Wilson
resign from Port Authority

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE high-level shake-up in the Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity (GBPA) continued apace yesterday with the resignations of
Board directors Sean McWeeney and Senate president, Sharon
Wilson, who argued they had not been consulted on any recent’
management changes.

In their joint resignation letter, Mr McWeeney and Mrs Wilson
said: “As we were not consulted in relation to any of the recent
changes in the management of °
the Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity, we resign as directors of the

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Tune-up the ‘engine’

for work researc

MANY years ago, when the Internet was new,
there were not many search engines. Today,
search engines are commonplace. My first
encounter with a search engine was at
www.ask.com, commonly called ‘Ask Jeeves’... I
was fairly new to the Internet and I thought that
being able to find stuff by simply typing it in was
magical. There is now a big competition to be
the best search engine. Arguably, Google has
secured that distinction for now, and I must
believe this since my home page is not cnn.com or
msn.com, or even miamidolphins.com, but
google.com. Let us take a look at search engines
and how to make them work for us.

What is a search engine anyway? I looked
around and was able to find quite a few defini-
tions for what a search engine is. Here are just a
couple: “Software that enables users to search the
Internet using keywords” and “A programme
which acts as a card catalogue for the Internet”.
The method for finding this information is usually
done by maintaining indices of Web resources
that can be queried for the keywords entered by
the user. Google is supposedly working on a
supercomputer in its quest to dominate the next
generation of Internet computing.

The truth is that many of us go to search

engines to look for anything and everything, from
vacation homes in Orlando to the answer for a
radio disc jockey’s question, I use search engines
daily. To me, it is a tool to find things I need to
know more about or to research a problem.

To search effectively, let us start with what to
exclude in your search criteria. There are cer-
tain words that don’t lend any assistance to the
search and just mean you have to type more.
These words are called common words and
include “and, who, where, how”. Single digits or
letters may also be seen as common characters
and can be speed inhibitors.

If a common word or character is necessary
for your search, it is suggested that you either
enclose the entire phrase in quotes, such as “how
are you”, or use a mathematical operator like
the plus sign, such as Dumb and Dumber + 2 to
retrieve results for Dumb and Dumber 2.

In reference to what to include, I believe. it is

best to be as specific as possible. If you are plan-.

ning a vacation to Colorado, you will do better
with typing in ‘Colorado vacation’ than typing

‘Colorado’ or ‘vacation’ by themselves. If, for :

example, you want to find out about skiing in
Colorado, ‘ski resorts vacation Colorado’ will
yield wonderful results. To restrict the search
even further, just include more terms. It is inter-
esting to note the order in which you type the
terms will-affect the search results. :
Sometimes, we are searching for a term that has
multiple meanings such as the word “bat”. A bat
can refer to the mammal, or the instrument used
to hit the ball or even the act of hitting the ball.



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Making
IT Work

by Keyno Hanna
Providence Technology Group

When searching for bat the mammal, you can
use a minus sign in front of the word relating to
what you do not want, such as bat —baseball.
Here are just a few extra tips about search
engines. Sometimes you are searching for a web-
site or page that is no longer available at the orig-
inal location. You can. copy and paste the link
into Google and see if the page has been cached.
Alternatively, there is a site. at www.Archive.org
that has what they call a “wayback machine”,




. which may be worth visiting. I didn’t think I

would actually say this, but search in more places
than just Google. In fact, there is something called
a meta-search engine. Meta-search engines will

_ transmit your search at the same time to several

search engines and retrieve the results in a matter
of seconds. An example of a meta-search engine
is found at www.dogpile.com. |

A search engine can be scary, though. We can
find anything we want, whether good or bad.
Google has a ‘safe filtering’ feature that you can
turn on to block web pages with explicit content
and images from showing up in their search
results. If interested, there is a link to prefer-
ences on Google’s main page where you can go to
make the ‘safe filtering’ change.

Depending on your knowledge, a search engine
can either be a valuable tool for you in your:work
or study or it can be a headache. By using some of
the basic tips above, I hope I can improve the val-’

ue of search engines for you. For-further infor--. -
‘mation on searching, have a look. at

www.googleguide.com.
To provide feedback on this column, please e-
mail makingITwork@providencetg.com

About the Author:

Keyno Hanna is a technical analyst at Provi-
dence Technology Group. He possesses a Bach-
elor of Mathematics and Computer Science, and
is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (2003)
with seven years’ expersence in the Information:
Technology industry. Providence ‘Technology.
Group is one of the Bahamas’ leading IT firms,
specialising in Networking Solutions, Consulting
and Advisory Services and Software Solutions







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Min 9 ac
— Entrepreneur prepares | saint Bede's ratte
- Bahamian workforce

m@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tritune Business
Reporter












The raffle was drawn on
Saturday on July 1st, 2006 on
St. Bede’s grounds on Sutton Street.
The winners are: :






[Prize No.[Name Address Ticket # |
i ____/Asheka Culmer_ Carmichael Rd. P0176 |
3 __tAlbertha Mardy | di 2250. |

NOTING the need for a bet-
ter-trained workforce, a
Bahamian entrepreneur yes-
terday said he had created a
series of training and educa-
tional programmes designed to

_-' give employees improved job
.*. Skills.

“- Mark Turnquest’s self-
named consulting company
offers businesses a choice of

nine “ Bahamian Cultural

. Ready” training programmes

- and study guides for public and

” private sector employees, and
encompasses both practical and

~ theoretical contents.

Mr Turnquest said there had’

been much talk regarding the
competence of the Bahamian
-.- workforce, adding that the only
way to tackle the situation is
to have a total commitment
from both employees and
employers.

“It'has to be total manage-
ment from the top down to
investing their employees, and
the employees have to be
receptive and invest in their
own careers,” he said.

Mr Turnquest said he was in
the process of copywriting the
programmes, which focus on
developing the competency lev-
els of both management and
staff. Seven of the copyrights
should te in place by Septem-
ber, and he is doing more

research before copywriting the _

other two.

The nine programmes are :
developing managerial leader-
ship skills; exceeding quality
customer service; the recep-
tionist as an ambassador; oper-
ating an efficient warehouse;
marketing for success; tele-
marketing to win-win; need
solution selling; the effective
human resource manage#-and
computer operations combo. -

Mr Turnquest sa#d such

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@ MARK TURNQUEST

training programmes, tailored
to fit-an individual company’s
needs, are vital in ensuring that
employees are well-prepared
to face any challenge.

_ He said his company did not
just train employees, but went
through an analytical process
to.determine and address all a
company’s needs.

They are designed to be pre-
sented in-a workshop format
because, “ skill development”
occurs best during practical ses-
sions, he explained.

“ All programmes are struc-
tured to solve organisational
challenges or to take advan-
tage of. market opportunities.
The programmes include train-
ing manuals, study guides and
workbooks ,” Mr Turnquest

This is to inform
the general public that

_ The Shirley Street
entrance/exit

of the

Harbour Bay Shopping Centre
will be closed for resurfacing

as of

Monday the 17th of July 2006.

This entrance/exit will be
immediately reopened upon
completion of the resurfacing.














added.

The programme can then be
customised for the individual
client, he explained. This has
resulted in a very favourable
response.

co
WANTED

Young person needed as

salesperson in footwear store:

Please call:

325-3336

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Parish Rectory at (242) 393 - 3853.

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FINCO




PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

HOUSES

Lot #3, Rockwell Estates Subdivision
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq. ft.

Building Size: 1,449 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $158,000.00 / 0.N.O.

From Carmichael Road and Mckinney Drive, travel north on McKinney
Drive, take fhe, sixth left, Rocky Pine Road, then the third right and the

.»,.Subject is the third lot on left.

Lot #1057, Pinewood Gardens
‘Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000 sq. ft
Building Size: 1,990 sq.ft
Appraised Value:$175,700.00/ O.N.O

From East Street South and Bamboo Boulevard/Pinewood, Drive (by the
South Beach Police Station), travel east on Bamboo Boulevard, take the
first left on to Thatch Palm Avenue, then the fourth right, Rosewood Street,
and the subject property is the third on'the right.

Lot #844, Golden Gates, N.P.

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq. ft.

Building Size: 1,580 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $156,000.00 / O.N.O.

From Carmichael Road and Mermaid-Boulevard East (Golden Gates
Assembly Church), travelling south on Mermaid Blvd, go around the bend,
heading west again, and the subject property is the 7th house on the right
past the 7th comer on the right fter the curve,

Lot#12, Tropical Gardens, N.P.

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bedrooms

Property Size: 10,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,930 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $343,000.00 / O.N.O.

From Tropical Gardens Rd, and west bay street travel south on Tropical

Gardens Rd, and the subject property is the third lot on the right pass the
second comer on right. :

Lot#384, Gleniston Gardens, N.P.
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Proprty Size: 10,875 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,028 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $258,000.00 0.N.O.

Travel east along prince charles avenue and the subject property is
approximately 1,000 feet east of Jean street on the northern side of
Prince Charles Drive (house colour mustard: with beige).

Lot# 104, Section #1, Winton Meadows, N.P.

Single Family Residence w/-(1) Bedroom Efficiency
(3) Bedrooms, (2) Bathroom

Property Size: 8,046 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,005 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$ 214,800.00 / O.N.O.

- Travel east along Prince Charles Drive (east of Fox Hill Road) and turn

right on Jasmine Drive and another right on the second corner on the right
(Knollwood Drive), then left on Dove Street and continue passing comer
on the right, property is on the curve-split level pink house, identified'as
house#17.

Lot #94, Twynam Heights Subd

Single Family Residence

4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 9,438 sq. ft

Building Size: 3,209 sq. ft

Appraised Value: $289,000.00 O.N.O.

From Prince Charles Drive (Eastern end) and Yamacraw Hill Road travel
south on Yamacraw Hill Road, take the second right, then the first right
and the subject property is the third on the left.

VACANT LAND

Lot #2, Blk #6 Charing Place & Sea Horse Road

Lucayan Knoll Subdivision, Freeport Grand Bahama
Vacant Property - Single Family

Property Size: 26,710 sq.ft ‘
Appraised Value: $33,000.00 :

APARTMENTS/CONDOMINIUMS

Lot #178, Colony Village Subdivision, N.P.

Split level six unit Apartments.

1-2 Bedromms, 2-Bathrooms

1-2 bedrooms, 1-Bathrooms / !-Bedroom, |-Bathroom
3-Efficiency Units

Property Size:9,300 sq.ft
Building Size:3,152 sq.ft
Appraised Value:$329,000.00

8

Enter Colony Villagefrom Prince Charles Drive, heading south Colony
Village Road the property is the last building on the right hand side before
Malaysia Way the corner that leads into Elizabeth Estates.

Lot #30 & 31, Block #56, Nassau Village
Duplex

Each Unit - 2 Bedrooms, | Bathrooms
Property Size: 6,620 sq. ft.

Building Size: 1,701 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $151,500.00 / 0.N.O.

From Taylor Street and Soldier Road (by Lowes Wholesale), turn left at
the cross roads, Alexandria Boulevard, take the second right, Forbes Street,
go left at the T-junction, Catherine Ave, take the first right; travel to the

_ end and go right at the T-junction and the subject property is the seventh

lot on right past the first comer on the left.

Lot located on northernsie of Sandilands Village Rd
Triplex

Each Unit (2) Bedrooms, (1) Bathroom

Property Size:10,320 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,700 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $247,000.00 0.N.O. :

Travel south on Fox Hill Road, turn onto Sandilands Village Rd. corner
immediately north of the Girls Industrial School travel west on Sandilands
Village Road and turn north onto the fourth un-named paved road Apartment
building is the first building on the north-western comer of Sandilands
Village road and the above-mentioned un-named paved road directly

" opposite pole#32-1 the colour of the bldg is whit trim red.

Lot #2, Colony Village

4 Townhouse Apt .- 2 bedrooms, 11/2 bath each
95% completed

Property Size: 9,943 sq. ft.

Building Size: 3,798 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $430,000.00 0.N.O.

Travelling east on Prince Charles Drive after Elizabeth Estates and Colony
Village Drive the subject property is the 2nd on the right hand side
after Colony Village.

Lot #11 Carmichael Pines off Carmichael Road
Duplex

Units - 2 Bedrooms, | Bathroom es.

Building Size: 1680 sq.ft

Property Size: 8100 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $ 211,000.00 O.N.O.

Turn onto McKinney Avenue from Carmichael Road Heading toward Fire
Trail, turn through the 7th corner on left which is Bellot Road turn left
onto Bellot Road take the 4th comer on right heading north go to the T-
junction take the Ist left and the property is the second lot on right hand
side.

Lot#25, Section "C", Garden Hills, N.P.
Triplex Apartment

1-2 Bedrooms, !-Bathroom

2- | Bedroom, 1- Bathroom

Property Size: 7,500 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,846 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $489,900.00 O.N.O.

From Global Tiles on East Street South, drive through the side entrance
and directly behind this structure and the subject property is the split level
structure immediately behimd it.

We providing financing to qualified buyers

CONTACT INFORMATION
RBC Royal Bank of Canada and RBC FINCO Loans Collection Centre
Tel: 502-5170 or 502-5180

@Registered trade-mark of Royal Bank of Canada

â„¢The Lion & Globe symbol and RBC are trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada

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behind the news,
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on Mondays

HIGGS & Johnson, the
Bahamian law firm, is on a
three-company shortlist for the
international Society of Trust
& Estate Practitioners’ (STEP)
Offshore Legal Team of the



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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.
























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Bimini Sands
South Bimini
Bahamas

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 21°" 2006.

Year award.

It faces competition for the
honour from Walkers and Ogi-
er, two law firms with offices in
London and the Cayman
Islands respectively.

The award category Higgs
& Johnson has been nominat-
ed in is one of nine that are
part of STEP’s International’s
Private Client Awards pro-
gramme, targeted at the trusts
and estate planning industry.

Programme

The awards programme, in
its first year, seeks to highlight
excellence among private client
solicitors, accountants, barris-

ters, bankers and trust man-.

agers.

“It’s a great honour to be
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acknowledgement of the
efforts by our legal team to
serve the industry with excel-
lence.

Nonetheless, we recognise
that there is always room for
improvement and we shall con-
tinue with renewed vigour and
enthusiasm to strive to

improve our services to the,

industry.”

According to STEP, judges
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lights in the private client

world”. :

They assessed entries and
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tourists”. Yet it had encoun-
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ficulties” in its recent history.
It defaulted on its preference

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sale-and-lease-back deal,
becoming tenants instead, and
Jacharic’s decision to close will
likely leave the fund with sig-
nificant space to fill.

Sources

Financial sources told The
Tribune that Jacharic had been
seeking to attract new investors
to inject several million dollars
of capital into the business, in

return for an equity stake. ©

However, this search had not
born fruit, and the sharehold-
ers, who included a number of
prominent Bahamian busi-
nessmen, had not put in any
more money.

The cruise lines’ bargaining
and lobby power had heavily
impacted Jacharic Holdings
and its financial position, as
they were able to keep the
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For example, tickets for the
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Price

As a result of the price
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Mirant’s Caribbean assets generate 45% of income

~ i By ROBERT LUKE

Cox News Service

ATLANTA — Atlanta-based

‘. Mirant, under pressure from
* investors to maximize long-term

’ shareholder value, said Tuesday

it will buy back up to $1.25 bil-
lion in stock and sell its power
generation and utility businesses
in the Philippines and the
Caribbean.

‘The independent power pro-
ducer, which emerged from bank-
ruptcy protéction in January, said
it would consider other steps that
potentially could include the even-

_ tual sale of the entire company,

said Edward R. Muller, chairman
and chief executive.

“We have a business to run in
the U.S., and we will do what we
see in running that business pro-
duces the most value,” Muller said
in a conference call with analysts.
“If your question is, as I infer, if
somebody is interested in paying
more than we think the company
is worth, would we sell it - of
course we would.”

For now, Mirant will repurchase
as many as 43 million shares, or
about 14 percent of the shares
outstanding, at $25.75 to $29 each
in a tender offer that begins today
and expires Aug. 21, unless

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Bank of Bahamas
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Cable Bahamas
Colina Holdings
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* Doctor's Hospital

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ICD Utilities .

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10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref)
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Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund
Colina MSI Preferred Fund
Colina Bond Fund

1.295645*
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extended. “This is a great first
step,” said Barry Rosenstein, who
manages more than $5 billion,
including 2 million Mirant shares,
at Jana Partners. After the divesti-
tures,
additional repurchases of equal
or greater size,” he told
Bloomberg News.

Money for the buyback will
come from $885 million in avail-

able cash, plus borrowing against |

Mirant’s stakes in three power
plants in the Philippines.

Mirant also owns interests in
utilities and generating plants in
Jamaica, the Bahamas, Curacao,
and Trinidad and Tobago.

Those overseas plants, which
will be sold in an auction, produce

a combined 3,253 megawatts of

power. To compare, Mirant’s

“we would expect to see ,

domestic plants produce 14,161
megawatts.

Those overseas assets, however,
currently contribute about 45 per-
cent of Mirant’s adjusted earnings
before interest, taxes, deprecia-
tion and amortization.

“As we generate cash, our plan
is to return it to shareholders,”
said Muller, who declined to place
a value on the overseas:assets,
although some analysts have esti-
mated they could fetch more than
$4 billion.

“We won’t opine on any num-
bers because of the auetion
process,” Muller said. He expects
the sales to be completed by mid-
2007, if not sooner.

The plan to enhance share-
holder value comes nearly a
month after Mirant withdrew its

$7.86 billion hostile takeover bid
for New Jersey-based NRG Ener-
By. |

Mirant reversed course after
one of its large shareholders,
Pirate Capital, said it intended to
push for a special stockholders
meeting and a new board if
Mirant didn’t drop its takeover
attempt and take steps to boost
shareholder value.

The hedge fund said Mirant

should consider repurchasing
shares and selling overseas and
noncore domestic assets - even
the entire company itself.
, Beyond the current buyback,
Mirant didn’t specify how it would
return cash to shareholders in the
future, such as additional share
repurchases or special cash divi-
dends.

“How we would return cash in
the future will depend on circum-
stances at the time,” Muller said:
“There’s a range of possibilities.”

Muller indicated the company
needs to tread carefully. For
example, if Mirant were to more
aggressively repurchase shares, it
could jeopardize federal tax ben-
efits that were derived from pre-
vious losses. Those benefits total
as much as $3.7 billion. °

Mirant, a spinoff from Atlanta-
based Southern ‘Co., emerged
from a 2 1/2-year bankruptcy in
January. Mirant’s shares .are up
20.2 percent so far this year. They
finished Tuesday at $27.05, up 25
cents. More than 10 million shares
changed hands, or about three
times average daily volume over
the past six months.



Port Authority, from Page 1B

Grand Bahama Port Authori-
ty with immediate effect.”

Port Authority officials con-
firmed the two had _resigned,
but said the organisation would
be making no further com-
ment.

Mr McWeeney, a former

. Attorney General, close advis-

er to Prime Minister Perry
Christie: and partner‘in the
Graham, Thompson & Co law,
firm, and Mrs Wilson, who
apart from being Senate presi-
dent is an attorney and wife of
businessman Franklyn Wilson,
were effectively the only two
independent, non-executive
directors on the Port Authori-
ty Board.

If their arguments are cor-
rect, it shows a worrying lack
of consultation and trans-
parency at the very top level

-in the Port Authority, implying

that the management changes
were not discussed at Board
level.



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The pair’s resignations fol-
low last week’s departure of
Willie Moss, whose post of
Port Authority deputy chair-
man was made redundant with
effect from July 1, part of what
was described as changes to its
organisational structure.

Prior to that, Barry Malcolm

resigned as the Port Authori-

ty’s executive vice-president,
a move that was requested.
And the shake-out started with
the June 1 resignation of for-
mer Central Bank governor
Julian Francis from his post as
chairman and chief executive.
Mr Francis resigned after a
split with-the Port Authority’s
two key shareholders, the Hay-
ward and St George families,
with differences emerging over
the future strategy and direc-
tion for Freeport’s growth.
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were greeted with some con-
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relations between the Port
Authority and the Govern-
ment, especially given the for-
mer directors’ close connec-
tions to the Progressive Liber-

_al Party (PLP).
Their departures were seen ©

as coming at an especially bad
time for Freeport, given the
number of investment projects
on the drawing board, and the
need for co-operation between
the Port Authority and the
Government.

One contact said that a “a
major new investor” had been
found “to do the development

at Barbary Beach, behind Dis-

covery Bay”, although the
identity was being kept a close-
ly-held secret. :

The source said of the resig-
nations: “That’s not a good
‘sign. That would worry me.”

The recent call for an inves-

‘ tigation into Hannes Babak’s

appointment as Port Authori-
ty chairman by Senator Philip
Galanis, and other criticisms
voiced by Grand Bahama
Chamber of Commerce presi-

dent, Doswell Coakley, who is |

understood to be the PLP’s
candidate for High Rock, have
also been interpreted as a sign
of government sentiment-cool-
ing. However, The Tribune
understands that to date the
Government has adopted a
“hands off” attitude to the
comings and goings at the Port
‘Authority, not wanting to
‘interfere and being’ Kept
informed about developments
by Sir Albert Miller.

Yet other sources have ques-

tioned which other Bahamas-
based enterprises would be
allowed to remove such a num-
ber of highly-qualified Bahami-

- ans without any apparent

protest from the Government.
The whole episode indicates
that the succession to the late

_Edward St George, whose per-

sonality, drive and vision were
key to holding Freeport
together, has gone far from
‘smoothly and been poorly
planned. :

Mr Babak, who has had to
contend with conflict of inter-

_est accusations because. he

oWns companies that are Port
Authority licencees, Freeport

. Concrete and H&F Babak

Construction, despite recusing
himself from these activities,
will have to display political
skills in dealing with the Gov-
ernment, and attend to social
concerns in Freeport,.as well
as fulfilling commercial duties.

Meanwhile, The Tribune
also understands that Miran-
t’s Tuesday announcement that

it was placing its'55 per cent:

stake in Grand Bahama Power
Company up for sale has not
gone down well with the Port
Authority. '

The Port Authority, which

-is effectively Mirant’s partner

ets

= tree
ews

I

my

in Grand Bahama Power; is ~;

understood not to have been
informed about Mirant’s plans,
leaving the Port to.hear about

_ it from the newswires and The ;; ;
'. Tribune. The Port.Authority-

would have.to approve the ulti-
mate buyer of the 55 per.cent
stake.

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE _

MISTY SKY
INVESTMENTS LTD.

(in Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
24th day of May 2006. The Liquidator is Argosa Corp.
Inc., P.O. Box N-7757 Nassau Bahamas. |

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THE TRIBUNE

Dow sinks

@ By ELLEN SIMON
AP Business Writer



NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks
plunged Wednesday as a broker's
downgrade of Dell Inc. and high-
er oil prices aggravated Wall
Street’s worries about a shaky
start to second-quarter earnings.
The Dow Jones industrial average
sank more than 121 points.

An analyst’s reduced outlook
for Dell drove concerns about the
‘impact of a slowing economy on

tech companies, whose shares led
the broader market lower and

‘ gave the Nasdaq composite index
its biggest one-day drop in a
month. Meanwhile, rising oil
prices intensified the market’s
‘Inflation jitters.

*.’“We’re not out of the inflation
woods yet,” said Sam Stovall,
chief investment strategist with
Standard & Poor’s U.S. equity
research.

The Energy Department

reported that oil inventories
dropped by a larger-than-expect-
ed amount last week. The news
sent crude oil futures up 79 cents
a barrel to settle at $74.95 on the
New York Mercantile Exchange.

Wednesday’s slump was anoth-
er in the recent string of wildly
erratic sessions on Wall Street.
Investors have been cautious
about trading amid fears that ris-
ing energy prices could bring
more interest rate hikes at a time
when the economy already
appears to be cooling off.

At the close, the Dow tumbled
121.35, or.1.09 percent, to
11,013.42. The Dow lost almost
139 points earlier.

Broader stock indicators also
dropped sharply. The S&P 500
index fell 13.92, or 1.09 percent, to
1,258.60, and the Nasdaq fell
38.62, or 1.81 percent, to 2,090.24.

Decliners led advancers by
more than 2 to 1 on the New
York Stock Exchange.

Ae\U SN se

Bonds stayed flat, with the
yield on the 10-year Treasury
note unchanged at 5.11 percent
from late Tuesday. However, a
recent bond rally showed many
investors were attracted by rising
returns as well as the perception
that they are less risky than
stocks.

Elsewhere, the U.S. dollar was
higher against the Japanese yen
and barely changed versus Euro-
pean currencies. Gold prices rose
to more than $650 an ounce.

After months of intensive focus
on the Federal Reserve’s inter-
est rate policy, traders have

_ reached a consensus that the cen-

tral bank will raise rates again
when it meets in August.
“We’ve been totally driven by
what the Fed’s going to do, but it
looks like we’ve lost that leader,”
said Scott Merritt, a U.S.. equity
strategist for JPMorgan Asset
Management. “Now it’s almost a
foregone conclusion that the Fed

121 points oil p1

is done after August and people
are trying to find something else
to focus on.”

The result, he said, is a focus on
the “data du jour” — anything
from oil prices to inflation data —
which can send stocks swinging
wildly. Moreover, investors are
highly sensitive to any signs that
higher interest rates and inflation
are hurtingn profits.

The market is in a “decision '

box,” said Rod Smyth, chief

_investment strategist, Wachovia

Securities. If the economy con-
tinues to slow enough to persuade
the Fed to pause, stocks should
break out to the upside. But if
inflation remains stubbornly high,
the Fed may have to continue
raising interest rates, even at the
risk of a recession. That would
send stocks sharply lower.
Microsoft Corp. sagged 46
cents to $22.64 after the EU fined
the software company $357 mil-
lion for failing to Obey its 2004

nn TEC

Baha Mar, from 1B

‘affairs, the Cable Beach,
acknowledged the concerns
-raised again by Kerzner Inter-
‘national that the proposed $2
billion project to revitalise
Cable Beach would create
“excess supply” by going head-
to-head with Paradise Island
for a finite market unable to
sustain both.

But he reiterated his com-
pany’s position that they would
be tapping into 4 market not
yet saturated, meaning there
was enough room for both
‘.mega resorts in the luxury
high-end segment: Together,
they would effectively grow
this part of the Bahamian
tourism market:

" “We are satisfied that there
is a significant market,” he told
The Tribune.

Mr Sands noted that Baha
Mar planned to introduce a
- tiered pricing structure based
on its variety of hotel brands,
. which are targeted at higher-
priced rooms and medium-
priced tourists, segmenting the
market.

He pointed »ut that while

- there may have been a sub--
-.°. 1. stantial-negative impact/On'”
_ Paradise‘ Island’ when thie €rys-

‘tal Palace of’Cable“Beach

opened. in 1989, that situation
. was entirely different from the
current one.

“When. Crystal Palace
opened it was the newest hotel
-_ on the island, and very few of
’ the other hotels reinvented

themselves. This is not the case
with the Atlantis Resort now,”
Mr Sands said.

He added that the current
hotel product quality was the
‘strongest it had ever been.
That, coupled with the fact.that
‘. there were many more flights
. to the Bahamas, and more
- opportunities for marketing,
--should ensure that visitors
come to both resorts.

An analysis performed by a
New York merchant bank for
Kerzner International’s chair-
man and chief executive, Sol
_, and Butch Kerzner,. showed
-’- that when Baha Mar’s project

‘. was completed, some 60 per
‘cent.of all hotel rooms in the

Nassau/Paradise Island mar-

‘. ket would be targeted and

Mas priced for high-end luxury.

-.-. It contrasted this with rival
mega resort destinations, Las
Vegas and Orlando, where
only 18 per cent and 5 per cent
‘. of the room inventory respec-
~.* tively was targeted at the lux-

ury high-end market.

The analysis, by New York
merchant bank Groton Part-
ners, was performed for the
‘Kerzners as they prepared for
their $81 per shate bid to take

~.~.the company private.

Defining luxury tourists as
those willing to pay more than
$200 per-night for their room,
_ .Groton wrote that when the

’ Baha Mar project was com-
pleted, “the company estimates
that 60 per cent of the hotel
rooms in Nassau would be
priced at the high-end, leading
to substantial competition and
likely excess supply.

“By comparison, only 18 per
cent and 5 per cent of Las

‘Vegas and Orlando, Florida,
hotel rooms respectively com-
pete in the luxury segment of
the market.”

Kerzner International has
long advocated that any rede-
velopment of Cable Beach
should focus on the mid-mar-

_ ket, with prices to match,
rather than compete with it for
Juxury high-end tourists.

‘ Fears about the conse-

-quences of having to directly
compete with Baha Mar were
articulated in June 2004 by
Paul O’Neill, the Kerzner

-. International (Bahamas) chief

* -. executive, who told a Bahamas

A

Chamber of Commerce lun- |

cheon that the two resorts
could “split” the market and
replicate the 40 per cent loss
in business suffered by the
Royal Oasis casino when Our
Lucaya opened its competitor.

.Mr O’Neill said at the time:

“For us to go head-to-head, to *
go after the same customer, is

not a good idea....:.. What we
don’t want to do is split what
we’ve got.”

Baha Mar _ countered
through a study that it com-
missioned from HVS Interna-
tional, which concluded: “With
only Atlantis and its 2,300
rooms, the benefit of first class
and luxury mega resort opera-
tions within the local market
has only been minimally cap-
tured when compared to the
potential developed in desti-

-nations such as Orlando and
_ Las Vegas.

“Orlando, with over 26,000
luxury and first class guest
rooms in 18 mega-resorts
(those with 1,000 rooms or
more), and Las Vegas with

64,000 guest rooms in its 21 ~

first-class and luxury mega-

resorts, reflects considerable

depth.

_ Baha Mar had also argued, .
. that it would target a different’. ,

type of customer, childless cou-
ples and singles, and be-more-

oriented towards the Las
Vegas-casino style model with
its partners, Harrah’s and Star-
wood, as opposed to Atlantis
with its emphasis on families.
It argued that ‘Atlantis was
closer to the Orlando themed-
resort model, and together the

‘ two would grow the high-end

luxury market as opposed to
splitting it. Tourists would also

have the opportunity to visit
both resort campuses during.

their stay, and could later
return to stay at the other des-
tination.

Legal Notice

"NOTICE
PEACEFUL FAMILY LIMITED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) PEACEFUL FAMILY LIMITED i is in voluntary dissolution under
the provisions of Section 137 (4) of ie International Business

Companies Act-2000.

» (b) The dissolution of the said company commenced on 11TH July,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and
registered by the Registrar General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Mark Edward Jackman, c/o
1 Raffles Link #05- 02, Singapore 039393.

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

Mark Edward Jackman
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INTERNATIONAL
“A growing and dynamic Bahamian institution”

VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF:
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Core responsibilities:

Perform operational and.compliance audits in finance, operations
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Preparation of audit FepOrs for review by Management and Audit

Committee

‘Review financial data and reports
Assist external auditors during year-end audits and any special

reviews.

Perform audit reviews and audit testing for any new system

implemented

Perform a variety of other related duties, Sich as assisting with
special audit review projects and investigations.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

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A Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor or.
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Standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors

Strong accounting and auditing skills to analyze financial

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MS Word and Excel

Benefits include: Competitive salary commensurate with experience
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said it would appeal, claiming the
hefty fine was unisir.

antitrust order to share program
code with rivals, and threatened
new penalties of $3.82 million a

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International Business Companies Act (No. 45 of 2000)

CLARET LIMITED

(in Voluniary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
137 (4) of the International Business Companies Act
(No. 45 of 2000), CLARET LIMITED is in

Dissolution.

The date of commencement of dissolution is 25th day |
of April, 2006.

Scarlett Corporate Services Limited,
2nd Floor,
- Viking House,
‘ Isle of Man
Liquidator

Legal Notice

NOTICE
DIVINE GRACE LIMITED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

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

The dissolution of the said company commenced on LITH July,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and
registered by the Registrar General.

The Liquidator of the said company is Mark Edward Jackman, c/o
1 Raffles Link #05-02, Singapore'039393. “f

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

Mark Edward Jackman
Liquidator



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Compliance Officer/MLRO for Offshore Bank & Trust
- Co. Overall responsibility for compliance to industry
regulations and with group policies and practices.

REQUIREMENTS:

Int’! Diploma in Compliance & Anti-Money Laundering
or partial qualification in progress. Excellent working
knowledge of the rules and regulations of the industry;
excellent presentation and communication skills; a
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ENGLAND will attempt to win its first
series at home against Pakistan since 1982
by starting with a third-choice captain and
possibly just one of the five bowlers that
helped take the Ashes.

England plays Pakistan in a four-test
series starting Thursday at Lord's. Only
fast bowler Steve Harmison is likely to be
left from the 2005 attack that beat Aus-
tralia 2-1 to win the urn after a 17-year
gap.
Andrew Flintoff (ankle), Simon Jones
(knee) and Ashley Giles (hip) have all
been ruled out, while Matthew Hoggard
will have a fitness test Thursday morning

"Ideally, as a captain you want to know
you're in charge for a long period of time,
but that's not the case with me and it's
because of injuries we're in that situa-
tion," Strauss said. "There's nothing you
can do about it."

Strauss said Hoggard's practice session
went well on Wednesday. "It was encour-
aging in everything he did, but we want to
give him as long as possible to recover,"
he said.

The last leadership role for Strauss,
about to become his country's 77th test
captain, was overseeing England's 5-0 one-
day series whitewash by Sri Lanka. Harmi-
son made his return from shin splints in
that series, but was hit for 97 runs off 10
overs to record the worst bowling figures
by an Englishman.

"It is important.to divorce the two
games — the one-day game and the test
game — and I don't think we're that far off
in the test game," Strauss said. "If we go in
with that attitude, that confidence, that
belief, then there's no reason why it
shouldn't happen."

If Hoggard is ruled out,-fast bowlers



Monty Panesar. Only Harmison will have
taken more than 15 test wickets.

Pakistan's bowling lineup is also weak-
ened —- Mohammad Asif (elbow) is out of
the first test, with Rana Naved-ul-Hasan
(groin) and Shoaib Akhtar (ankle) possi-
bly missing the entire series.

Fast bowler Mohammad Sami has over-
come an injured knee and will lead an
attack that contains legspinners Danish
Kaneria and Shahid Afridi.

Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer also said

opener Shoaib Malik has an injured elbow
and may not play.

"He's struggling," Woolmer said. "He
had a cortisone injection last night so it
depends what happens to it as a reaction."

Pakistan is now second behind Australia
in the ICC test rankings after recently
beating England, India and Sri Lanka.

"4 on an injured hand.

a Flintoff will be back for the second test England drop to third following a drawn
* from July 27. He'll replace Andrew _ series with both India and Sri Lanka.

zi ,j Strauss as captain, with first-choice "It doesn't matter where you are in the

‘S91 Michael Vaughan out of the five-test Ash- rankings, every series is a new one and if
a es series, starting Nov. 23, because of knee —_ you play good cricket you will win," said
3 surgery. Pakistan captain Inzamam Ul-Haq, "It is

good for the team because this is a team
that is coming up. It is always good for
the team if you win a series away."

With every series bringing the much-
anticipated Ashes tour of Australia closer,
Inzamam adopted the psychological
underdog position.

"If England don't win against Pakistan,
then (winning) against Australia in Aus-

tralia is going to be a serious problem,"

Inzamam said.

@ THE SQUADS:

England: Andrew Strauss (captain),
Marcus Trescothick, Alastair Cook, Kevin
Pietersen, Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell,
Geraint Jones, Liam Plunkett, Matthew
Hoggard, Steve Harmison, Monty Pane-
sar, Sajid Mahmood, Jon Lewis.

Pakistan: Inzamam-ul-Haq (captain),
Shoaib Malik, Imran Farhat, Younis Khan,
Mohammad Yousuf, Shahid Afridi, Abdul
Razzaq, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad

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interview with the Canal-Plus
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ify exactly what Italian defend-
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enraged him, but said it was
about his family.

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punch in the jaw than have
heard that,” Zidane said, stress-
ing that Materazzi’s language
was “very harsh,” and that he
repeated the insults several
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“There was a serious provo-
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he had never had tensions with
Materazzi before.

who provokes.”

he insulted Zidane, without giv-
ing specifics. At nearly the same
moment Zidane was on TV,
excerpts from an interview that
Materazzi gave were posted on

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TRIBUNE SPORTS.



Klinsmann

quits as
coach of.

Germany new ni

H SOCCER
FRANKFURT, Germany
Associated Press

JUERGEN KLINSMANN
walked away from the German
national team on Wednesday,
carrying a backpack with two
soccer balls for his children and
leaving trusted assistant
Joachim Loew in charge.

“T feel burned out,” Klins-
mann said at a news conference
while fighting back tears. “I
have a great wish to be back
with my family and my children
and to get back into normal
life.”

Klinsmann dismissed reports
that he had been approached
to take over the U.S. national
team.

“There is absolutely no inter-
est on my side and no contact,”
he said.

The 41-year-old Klinsmann
stepped down four days after
leading Germany to a third-
place finish at the World Cup,
earning praise across the nation.
He ignored calls to stay, from
Chancellor, Angela Merkel
down to the ordinary fans.

Merkel said she was “very
sad” to see him go. Franz Beck-
enbauer, who has won the
World Cup with Germany as a
player and coach, said Klins-
mann should have taken more
_ time to make a decision.

“Juergen would have perhaps
come to a different conclusion
then,” said Beckenbauer, the
most influential figure in Ger-
man soccer.

Klinsmann, who won the
1990 World Cup title as player,
‘was a novice coach when he was
unexpectedly given one of the
biggest jobs in soccer two years
ago.

Klinsmann delegated much
of the practical work and, in
Loew, has left a. hand-picked
successor who is likely to:keep

the team’s open, attacking and -




entertaining style.
e a Peete

that wes sh
selves inthe top of world soccer
. again. We have a young team
that can only improve,” ” Loew
said.

The two met during a coach-
ing course and Klinsmann hired
Loew to be his assistant when
he took the Germany job.

“He was never an assistant;
he was a partner, who had his
own areas of responsibility,”
Klinsmann said Wednesday.

Loew won the German Cup
in 1997 as‘coach of Stuttgart
and the Austrian championship
in 2002 with FC Tirol Inns-
bruck. He has also coached in
Turkey.

Loew’s two-year deal'runs
through the 2008 European
Championship, co-hosted by
Switzerland and Austria.

“Our goal is to be European
champion,” said Loew, who was
credited for designing the
national team’s game plans.

Klinsmann boldly promised
that Germany would win its .
fourth World. Cup title.
Although he fell short of that
goal, his young team captured
the nation’s imagination and
swayed even its biggest critics.

Klinsmann dropped some
veterans, brought in American
fitness trainers, composed his
staff of trusted, former team-
mates and, most importantly,
changed the team’s dour, safety-
first style into fast-paced, attack-
ing soccer.

His methods were met with
skepticism and open criticism
from many in the media and the

’ soccer establishment. By the
time the World Cup was over, ©

Klinsmann had become a

national hero, but he remained >

vague about extending his con-
tract, which ended with the
World Cup.

He didn’t watch Sunday’s
final and went to a Black Fore:
resort for two days to: think
things over and consult with his
American wife, Debbie.

“She told me it was my deci-

‘ sion but I told her that I didn’t
have the energy,” Klinsmann
said. “My decision wouldn’t
have been different even if we
had won the World Cup title.”

Klinsmann never gave up his
home in California, and his
commute to Germany was a
main source of friction between
him and the soccer establish-
ment.

With qualifying for the Euro-
pean Championship looming,
Klinsmann would have been
required to spend a lot more
time in Germany.

“It would have been much
more difficult,” he said. :

Michael Ballack, who became
Germany’s captain under Klins-
mann, regretted his departure.

Looking forward to a
ational stadiu

S O said, so done. That
was a quote from Min-
ister of Youth, Sports and
Housing Neville Wisdom as
he indicated that Prime Min-
ister Perry Christie and the
Progressive Liberal Party's
government had delivered on
its promise to provide the
Bahamas with a new national
stadium.

On Independence Day, the
government, along with the
People's Republic of China
broke ground for the con-
struction of the new 15,000
capacity national stadium that
will also serve as a hurricane
relief shelter.

Ambassador of the Peo-
ple's Republic of China to the
Bahamas Yuaming Li said
once the stadium is complet-
ed as their "gift" to the
Bahamas, he has every rea-
son to believe that it will
attract not just Bahamians,
but the people throughout the
Caribbean.

And Christie made another
promise in that every fiscal
year, the government will
ensure that the facility is
properly used by hosting a
major international competi-
tion.

It was sweet music to the
ears of those persons in atten-
dance and a crack in the wall
of the Churchill Tener
Knowles National Softball
Stadium by a tractor showed
that the work is now intended
to start.

Although no date has been
set for the demolition of both
the Andre Rodgers Baseball
Stadium and the Churchill
Tener Knowles Softball Sta-
dium, Sports Ambassador

Tommy Robinson, who heads *

the national stadium commit-
tee, said it's not going to be
an overnight project.

He indicated that a num-
ber of government agencies
have to do their infrastruc-

-ture work, which should take

at least three months before
the Chinese government
appointed Qilu Construction





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OPINION

ay



Former track star Iram
Lewis, an architect by profes-
sion, has been appointed as
the project manager and he
said that every detail will be
carried to the letter before
the construction begins.

Wisdom also noted that the
work will be done in three
phases as they intend to com-
pletely transform the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.

he new national sta-
‘dium, and the new

baseball and softball stadiums
will be the priority and will
be built simultaneously to
ensure that.they are not that
adversely affected by their.
relocation. . .

That will be followed by a
new national indoor arena
that will be able to host four
different sports at the same
time.

And the Baillou Hills
Sports Complex will complete

. the scope of work, making it a

Group Corporation can begin

their physical work...

However long it takes, at
least it's obvious that the
work is in progress.

recreational facility for all to
enjoy.

Once completed, the
QESC should definitely be a
model for the rest of the

Caribbean, not only to envy,



a THE softball and baseball area will be moving for the new national stadium
ee: Felipé Major/THibune staff) —

but to emulate.

Christie also made an inter-
esting comment in his speech
during the ceremony that
should be noted.

He mentioned that the
Bahamas should and will not
be left behind while the rest
of the world provides all the
necessary means to ensure
that their athletes are com-
pensated for their successes.

And he further noted that
their government will not just
settle on providing the first
class facilities in New

Providence and Grand
Bahama, but they intend to

“make sure that every major

Family Island has some type
of modern facility to assist in
bringing out the best in our
people across the board.
While the facilities in New
Providence are becoming a
reality by the Chinese gov-
ernment, we will have to wait
and see if the latter promises
are provided for both our ath-
letes and Family Islands.
There's no doubt that the
Bahamas has a wealth of raw
talent and many of those ath-





letes in the Family Islands are
forced to leave and come to
New Providence to get the
exposure.

A lot more action has to
take place in the Family
Islands or we may not get to
see the full potential of many
of our athletes.

As Christie also said, gone .’

are the days when makeshift
facilities were put in place and
athletes like himself could still
come to international promi-
nence — as he himself did as

the second Bahamian to win a..
. medal on the field in athletics.

We have the athletes who
could become NFL, NBA
and Major League players.
We have the world class ath-
letes and the tennis stars.

Ed Smith, the first Bahami-

an to play in the NFL, was in °

town over the weekend along
with his son, Alex, now with
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,
for a one-day camp.

In that short space of time,
they got to view more than
100 eager players who are all
looking to follow in their foot-
steps some day.



Hundreds of players are
involved in the various Sum- -
mer Basketball Camps, hop-*
ing to develop their skills to
become the next player since
Rick Fox to eventually play
in the NBA. ;

Derrick Atkins just eclipsed
the long-standing men's 100
metre national record of 10.18
seconds when he ran 10.14 at"
the NACAC Under-23
Championships in. the
Domiinican Republic. we

It seems as if we now have
a legitimate competitor who
can finally dip under the 10-

“esecond barrier - a feat that’. —
“we longed for —just as we did. .-

whén Tonique Williams-Dar-
ling cracked the 50-second
barrier to join Pauline Davis-
Thompson in the women's
400 a couple years ago. -*»

We have so much to be-

thankful for and so much

- more to look forward to.

achieving.

Hopefully when complet-
ed, the new facilities at the
QESC will be the impetus for
greater things to come from
our athletes.

— Vythoulkas gives.
‘back to community
on summer break

m= SWIMMING
By RENALDO
DORSETT

Sports Reporter

ONE of the country’s elite
swimmers is using his sum-
mer break as an opportunity

to give back to the commu-
nity, using the sport that
gave him so much.
Nationally renowned
swimmer Chris Vythoulkas
is conducting swimming clin-
ics for the remainder of the
week as.a part of the Min-

Bahamas eliminated
from Stanford 20/20

@ CRICKET

THE ‘under lights’ game proved to be too much for the
13-member team representing the Bahamas at the historical

Stanford 20/20 tournament.

The team faced-off with Cayman Islands losing by more

than 57 runs.

The loss eliminated the Bahamas from contention and sent
them packing from the million dollar prize tournament.

The tournament, which got underway yesterday at the Stan-
ford Cricket Ground in Antigua & Barbuda, was a single

elimination tournament.

Prizes being offered at the tournament include $25,000 for
the man of the match in every game; $100,000 for the man of
the match in the championship game and the fastest bowler in

each game.

Winning the fastest bowler and player of the match award in
the game was Cayman Island’s Pearson Best. Best had an

average of 19.4 overs.

y-

istry of Youth, Sports and
Housing’s Summer Youth
Program.

Vythoulkas has received
local, regional and interna-
tional acclaim as a member
of various national teams at
the Commonwealth, Pan
American and most notably
the 2004 Olympic Games.

The Florida State Semi-
noles All-ACC swimmer,
worked with a group of
about 20 campers yesterday,
teaching them basic rudi-
mentary swimming skills
while also introducing
aspects of comprrtive swim-
ming.

He instructed campers on
the proper means of per-
forming different strokes,
breathing techniques and
wall turns.

Vythoulkas said he takes
pride in anything that gives
more exposure to swimming
and can create as many new
swimmers as possible.

“It’s great to be able to do
this,” he said, “A lot of
Bahamians don’t know how
to swim and doing some-
thing like this, being able to
teach them at an early level
and getting them in the
water immediately, it helps



§ CHRIS VYTHOULKAS ee

that them get an idea of
what to do.

He said the freedom and
format of the camp should
create more and more swim-
mers and the camp’s num-
bers should grow.

Confidence

'“Bach day they learn
something new, get more
confidence, and they have
fun while doing it,” he said.
“So the more they go out
there and try to swim, the
better they become. With
kids like this they can go
home and tell all their
friends they learned how to
swim and it can bring more
people back to the camp.

Vythoulkas said he was
surprised with the overall
talent level of the swimmers
and has seen a few standout
athletes with the potential
to excel in the sport.

“We actually had a few
kids with good opportuni-
ties to become competitive
swimmers,” he said. “Out of
the group of 20 kids I just
worked with, I would say
there are about four or five
that I can stick in a program



a eS

right now and they would be- -
able to perform competi-
tively with a little work.”

After a long season, -
Vythoulkas has enjoyed his
short rest period and said4ies*.
is already working towards".
achieving more success next" +
season. ee

“Right now I’m just wap:
ing on my conditioning, los-"«*
ing more weight and weight ,
lifting and doing a few new,
things in my program. ‘to.
help improve,” he said. “I<
had a long year this year, ,
there was about a month»;
where I had whole lot-of*«'
meets IJ travelled to compete +”
in, like the Commonwealth->»
Games, World Champi-:*:

onships, and World Cups
Meets.”

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expectations for his upcom-*,
ing season, the senior-at{«'
FSU hopes this camp can be:

a stepping stone to create:
more swimmers, garnering’
greater interest in the sport.ts

“In a group this big you.™ we
can always find a few people*.,*
that are natural athletes and,*.,
natural swimmers,” he said.)
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here and get interested ineos
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TRACK AND FIELD
By KELSIE
JOHNSON
Junior Sports
Reporter

CHANDRA Sturrup
made a return to the cir-
cult after missing out on a
month and a half of
action due to injury

The national record
holder in the 100m was in
action on Tuesday at the
Athletissima 2006 meet
held in Lausanne,
Switzerland. Sturrup
along with Debbie Fergu-
son-McKenzie lined-up
for the women’s 100m.

Winning in the event
was American Marion
Jones who is also making
a comeback to the circuit.



Sweep

Jones won the event in
10.94 seconds and the
race was a clean sweep by
the Americans. Coming
in second in was Me’Lisa
Barber in 11.03 seconds,
Torri Edwards in 11.07
seconds, while Lauryn
Wiliams ran 11.13 sec-
onds.

Ferguson-McKenzie
was fifth in 11.23 seconds
and Sturrup seventh in
11.52 seconds.

According to Bahamas
Association of Athletic -
Association’s public rela-
tions officer Ralph McK-
inney, Sturrup’s return
for the other upcoming
meets linking closely to”
the 20th Central Ameri-
can and Caribbean

(CAC) games is still ques-
tionable. |

However, McKinney
did reveal that Sturrup
will not take part in the
CAC games.

Competing

He said: “Sturrup might
opt to compete in some
smaller meets until the
CAC games are finished.
We are certain that she
will not be competing in
the CAC games. Sturrup,
Tonique and Debbie have
made this decision not to
compete.

“But there will be other
meets for Chandra to
compete in, it will be sole-
ly up to her to do so.
There are meets ‘on the
European circuit that will
be going on during the
time of the CAC games, I
am not too sure if she will
opt to compete in these
meets but she can if she
wants to.”

Sturrup will have an
opportunity to compete in
the Golden Gala meet,
set for Friday in Rome,
Italy.

Also competing in this
meet will be Ferguson-
McKenzie.





miss CAC Game

@ TRACK AND FIELD
By KELSIE JOHNSON:
Junior Sports Reporter

IT’S official, the national
record holders in both the
100m, 200m and 400m will not
compete in the Central Amer-

_ican and Caribbean Games.

(CAC).

Public relations officer at
the Bahamas Association of
Athletic Associations
(BAAA) Ralph McKinney
revealed yesterday that Chan-
dra Sturrup, Debbie Fergu-
son-McKenzie and Tonique
Williams-Darling will not par-
ticipate in the summer games.

Both Sturrup and Williams-
Darling are nursing injuries
while Ferguson-McKenzie has
opted to compete in the Gold-
en League’s jackpot race.

The CAC games are set for
July 25th-29th, in Cartegena,
Colombia. ’

Quarter-milers Andre
Williams and Aaron Cleare
will also miss out due to
injury.

‘McKinney said: “The pres-
ence of all the athletes will
surely be missed, but this gives
the younger athletes a chance
to shine.

“Although we are saddened
by the fact these athletes
won’t be able to attend the
championships, the younger
athletes like Tamika Clarke,

Tiavannia Thompson and so

on will be highlighted. These
are some of the upcoming ath-
letes in the programmes who
persons don’t too much about.

“So our concern level is not
on alert, because the team
have a lot of junior athletes
who are trying to make a
name for themselves and the
CAC games is a perfect
opportunity.

With Sturrup and Ferguson-
McKenzie not in the line-up
for the 4x100 relay, McKin-
ney reassured the public that
“the other names listed on the
29-member team are capable
of picking up the slack.”

McKinney pointed out that
Savetheda Fynes, an original
member of the Golden Girls’
team will be competing along
with Clarke who was an alter-
native for the team.

He added that the team will
also have Shandria Brown,
upcoming track and field star
T’Shonda Webb that can run

fast times and will qualify for |

a leg on the relay.

“When we look at it we still
have girls who are capable of
running,” said McKinney.
“Yes Chandra and Debbie are
the core members of the team,
but we have to look into
rebuilding and now is a per-
fect time.”

As far as the relays are con-
cerned, McKinney said that
both the male and female
teams are ready for action.

McKinney pointed the fact
that the new national record

, just been set in the men’s



MIAMI HERALD SPORTS

a CHANDRA STURRUP

100m by Derrick Atkins, who
will also be considered as a
member of the ‘4x100m relay
team.

Atkins will be joined by
national record holder in the

200m Dominic Demeritte and -

a few others-who have posted
times under the 10.50 second
marker.
McKinney added: “As far
as the relays are concerned we
are very sure about that. We
have Tamika and Savethada

funiniae in Florida and the
we have Derrick who have
just posted a fast time and a
new national record.

“The relays are important
and I am sure that the
Bahamas will do a good job.
This job will be seen on the
track and the field.”

Representing the Bahamas
on the field will be Trevor
Barry, Osbourne Moxey,
Donald Thomas and Jackie
Edwards.

HB DEBBIE SEC RO CEN

B@ TEAM MEMBERS:
Tamicka Clarke
Savetheda Fynes
T’Shonda Webb
Christine Amertil
Sasha Rolle
Shakeitha Henfield
Tia Thompson
Jackie Edwards
Lavern Eve
Shandria Brown
Chris Brown.
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Derrick Atkins

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Adrian Griffith
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Sweeting’s Colonial |
Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road ¢ P.O. Box N-8161 ° Tel: 325-7867
e Fax: 325-7867

BNO ULCER eee






Little Ms Decresha
Gwendana Lamour
Barr, 16

of Carmichael Road, will be held

on Saturday 15th July 2006 at

Carmichael Bible Church, |
Carmichael and Gladstone Roads |
at 11:00 am officiating will be
Pastor Daniel O. Simmons assisted
by Assistant Pastor Alexander S.
Thompson. Interment will follow
in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.




Precious Memory will always linger in the hearts of her

_ Mother,Deserie Hendricks, three sisters, Delissa and Devinya
Barr and De'Angelique Rolle; brother, Dedrick Barr, grand-
mothers, Myrna "Dorothy" Colebrooke and Helen Barr, grand-
father, William Colebrooke; great grand-parents, Eric and
Gwendolyn Anderson; 9 Aunts, Marva Philips, Delsha
Hendricks, Cassandra Fowler, June Russell, Monique Knowles,
Dedrie, Doreaca, Chrisco and Wanda Barr; Nine Uncles, Wade
Dice, Andrew and Peter Brown, Dean Hendricks, Harold
Sands, Junior Nicholas, Trevor and Albert Barr, 13 grand-
aunts, Pansy Graham, Laurel Cameron, Hope Shand, Marlyn
Humes, Maxine Barnes, Joan McFarling, Mazera Mason, Patsy
Grant, Jacqueline Russell, Rev. Claretta Cambell, Elisa Griffin,
Irene Moss and Sarah Jolly; eight grand-uncles, Eric, Bazil,
Carl, Errol and Lewellyn Anderson, Fred Russell, Erroll Moss
and Calvin Mason, god-parents, Colrena Murphy, Christopher
Lewis and Anton Wilson, numerous cousins including, Denielle
Miller, Desean Pratt and Lyndonia Demeritte and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Aretha Caley, Aqualonig
Williamson, Samantha Knowles, Sherene McPhee, Sharon
Nairn, Agetha Gomes, Gertude Gibson, Eva "Carrie" Baptiste,
Douglas Bannister, Omar Austin, James Carey, John Flowers,
Shirley King, Maxwell Lightbourne, Tessi and Decoya, Myrtle

Sweeting, Leisa Lightbourne, Alvena Williams, Denise
McKenzie, Charles McPhee, Christine Sands, Dorothy
Newbold, The Stubbs, The Red Bay's Andros and The
Carmichael Bible Church Famililes.

The body will repose at the chapel of the Saints Sweeting's
Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd. from
11:00 am on Friday until 6:00pm and at the church from 10:00
am on Saturday until service time.





THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

| KEMP’S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

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

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR














Athena Heather
Curry, 50



of Kent Avenue, Nassau
East, The Bahamas will be
held at Grace and Peace
Wesleyan Church,
Twynam Avenue, Winton
Meadows, Nassau on
Friday, 14th July, 2006 at
5:00 pm. Reverend Henley B. Perry will officiate and
interment will be in Ebenezer Methodist cree,
East i sturley Street, Nassau.




“She was predeceased by her father, Captain John
W.W. Gates and is survived by her husband, Eugene
L.M. Curry, her mother, Pamela Gordon-Cooper, sons,
Carl Curry. and Eugene L.M. Curry III, a daughter,
Natasha Curry; brother, John Gates; uncles, Laddie
Gates and Bates Albury; aunts, Ivy Gates and Alice
Albury; sisters-in-law, Barbara Gates and many other
relatives and friends especially Christopher Manning.










Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, 22 Palmdale Avenue
on Thursday, 13th July, 2006 from 4:00 pm to 6:00
pm. |










Instead of flowers the family request that donations
be sent to the Bahamas Diabetic Association, PO. Box
N. 1315, Nassau, The Bahamas in memory of Mrs.
Athena H. Curry.. :

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 3

_SRiverside Cyuneral Chapel

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San Salvador, Bahamas
Telephone:
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P.O. Box GT 2305
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Telephone: (242) 356-3721

Cellular: (242) 395-8931

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

INGRID DEAN,
41

a resident of Peter Street, will

held on Saturday at
_ Friendship Baptist Church,

Laird Street at lpm.
Officiating will be Rev.
Archelus Burrows. Cremation
will follow.





























She is survived by two daughters, Wyendera Wells
and Toyika Ferguson; two granddaughters, Anitra
and Tameka Saunders; grandmother, Lorraine Rolle

of San Salvador; three sisters, Louise Miller,
-Miramanne Symonette and Terryann Rolle of
Rolleville, Exuma; four brothers, James Rolle, P.C.
1408 Samuel Farrington, Steven McQueen and
George Jones; three brothers-in-law, Clinton Barr,
Troy Symonette and Wayde Rolle of Rolleville,
Exuma; sister-in-law, Freda Farrington; three uncles,
Leonard Sears, Desmond Rivers of Miami, Florida
and Preston Rolle of Freeport; three aunts, Donna
Sears, Edna Rivers of Miami, Florida and Verna
Gilbert and other relatives and friends including,
special friend, Trevor Hepburn; Glen Smith, Berverley
Fernander; nieces, nephews, cousins in Lincoln
Boulevard Community.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Riverside Funeral Chapel, Market Street and Bimini
Avenue on Friday from 10am to 6:00pm and at the
church from 12noon on Saturday to service time.






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Kendra Ann Hanna,
50

of Narcissus Avenue, Garden Hills
#1, will be held on Friday, July 14th,
2006 at 11:00 a. m. at Bethel Baptist
Church, Meeting Street. Officiating
will be Pastor Timothy Stewart and
Pastor Lewis Cash. Interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens,






Soldier Road.

Kendra will indeed be missed, but her beauty and love
will forever be in the hearts of her Parents: Ambrose and
Dorothy Hanna, Brothers: Kevin Hanna Sr. and Stephen
Hanna, Sisters: Betty Adderley of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
and Stephenie Williams, Nieces: Kevval Hanna and Mickiko
Adderley, Nephews: Barry Williams, Kevin “Andrew” Hanna
Jr., and Re’juan Adderley, Brother-in-law: Reginald Adderley,

Hanna of Brooklyn, New York, and Bettye Hanna and Family
of Miami, Florida, Grand Aunts: Gwen Hanna, Doris
Fitzgerald, and Winifred Munnings, Grand Uncle: Leroy
“Pemmy” Hanna Sr., Close Relatives and Friends: the Families
of Idris and Gwen Reid, Frank and Mary Davis, Iva Smith
of Brooklyn, New York, Frankie and Jimmie Tucker of
Brooklyn, New York, Sandra Bain, Dornell Knowles, George
and Pat Bethel, and Minerva Finley, Numerous other Family
and Friends including: the Munnings, Hanna, Fitzgerald,
Bastian, Rahming, Young, Roker, and Hepburn Families, the
Families of Louise Rolle, Mary Stubbs, Dorothy Curtis;
Roosevelt Cleare, Ralph Williams, Bertram and Barbara
Knowles, Phil and Jean Antonio, and Dewitt and Eartha
Hanna, James Lamm, Arthur Maycock, the Dominoes Boys
from Mini Street, Staff at Lil General’s, Audrey Taylor,

Church), Shiloh Temple Family, Garden Hills #1 Family, Dr.
Laurette Issac and the Medical Team at P. M. H, including
I. C. U. and Female Surgical Ward I Staff.

Viewing will be held in the “SERENITY SUITE” at
Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson

and Coomaloyieon Gimilod

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:

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Sister-in-law: Lavern Hanna, Aunts: Dorothy Lily and Ena |



‘Smith, La’Keva Smith McDonald, Vanessa Smith Tumuluri, and



Kiwanis Club of Over-The-Hill, Senior Saints (Bethel Baptist.



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242) 340-8034



and Soldier Road, on Thursday from 10:00: a. m. until 6:00
p. m. and again at the church on Friday from 9:30 a. m. until
service time.

DEATH NOTICES

Cardinal James Smith,
59

of Garden Hills #3 and formerly of The
Bluff, South Andros, died at the Princess
Margaret Hospital on Sunday, July 9th,
2006.

He is survived by his Wife: Marzel
7 Dorsett Smith, Parents: Susan B. Smith

and Nehemiah Smith, Sons: Cardinal Jr,
Cedeno Smith, Samuel McDonald, Harold Romer, and Raghuram
Tumuluri, Daughters: Marlene, Karranda, De’Onora, and Marilee


























Rowena Smith Romer, Sister: Delores Johnson, Brothers: Cecil,
Whitman, Wilchire, Leon, and Lester Smith, anda host of other Relatives
and Friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later.








\ Winston Oneil Seymour, |
74 |

of Raymond Street, and formerly of Turks
and Caicos, died at his residence on
Tuesday, July 11th, 2006.















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® Mr. David Joseph, 77
affectionately called
"Daddy Chout" -

: of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, will
=) be held on Sunday 11:00am at
-| the Marsh Harbour Seventh Day
fF Adventist Church. Pastor
Leonardo D. Rahming assisted
by Pastor Edward St Fleur, Elder
Albert Dormeus, Elder Ednal
Collie, Elder Issac Collie, Elder
Humphert H. Rahming and
Pastor Joab Fleurimord will officiate and interment will follow
in the Public Cemetery Marsh Harbour Abaco.



Precious Memory are held by, his loving wife, Marie Azariah
Joseph; four sons, Belozier, Caleb, Rodney and Elvin Joseph;
four daughters, Georgian Maurat, Lucienne St. Louis, Kathleen
Elmeus and Lezette’Pubien; one brother, Tyson Joseph; seven
sisters, Lorencia, Anace, Anacile; Sylvanie, Lavilla, Lucia Joseph
Briselia Loriston, Helena Gefrad and Germaine Joseph; 12
grand-sons, Ricky, Leonardo, Lashad, Roziah, Gary, Ozias and
Jonas Joseph, Shaky Pierre Louis, Donell and Alton Pubien and
Ryan Elmeus; 11 grand-daughters, Germaine, Samantha, Wonsha,
Rodricka and Cynthia Joseph, Ema Nuelola, Kenth and Marcia
Maurat, Sabrina and Monica Anestin and Brinna Pubien; nieces
and nephews include, Pastor Alberany Joseph, Yaynth Volvick
Joseph, Julian Loriston, Dargencon Michel, George and Seneck
Ceremy, Ilfodieu, Selenie, James, Rames and Leo Loriston,
Johny and Pas Julia Joseph, Rodrique and Frederick, Odiles
Tanis, Victor Theoc and Ilfosia Blanc, Marie Michelle Sanon,
Marie Marthe Joseph, Barbara and Paulette Etteinne; sons and
daughters-in-law, St. Ronel St Louis, Renel Elmeus, Abdony
Pubien, Gerry Blanc, Immanuel Maurat, St. Anette and Lillian
Joseph, Josiane Blanc, Luzena Paul, Alta and Aline Dume and
Beyou Fontus; cousins, Albette, Ezekiel, Amos, Nixon, Jefferson,
Jordan, and Moses Joseph, Sulfida Lacourse, Lon Theoc, Jimmy
and Mark Green, Judith, Jimmy Barette, Dekakma, Lamature
and Ghisleire Bareltte, Aloude Bryan Joseph, Jaden Vincent,
Rodney, Jeffrey, Kenol and Isabell Blanc and Nelson Mitchel.
A host of other relatives and friends include, Ruth Pierre, Gladice
Leanna, Olibrice and family, Demosthene and family, the
Meadows family, Pastor Leonardo Rahming, Pastor Edward St.
Fleur, Tony Pierre, Pastor Citois and family, Elder Mac Charles,
Belleve Dormeus and family, Rosita and Fresnel Felix, Sylvie
Cooper, Savilla Pierre, Max Desire, Elder E. Issac Collie and
Family, Pastor Leonardo Johnson, Pastor Paul Scavella, Pastor
Burrows, Nurse Barbara Reckley, Nurse Peggy Sands, Antoine
| Leroi, Monique Jones, members of Marsh. Harbour Seventh

Conmmonteealth Funeral Home,
| Independence Drive ¢ Phone: 341-4055 .
FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR



THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 5



Day Adventist District, the Bootle and Davis families, Rosita
Gelin and others too numerous to mention.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at The Chapel
of Memories, Independence Drive on Friday from 2:00-7:00
pm on Saturday from 10:30-2:00pm and at The Church in Marsh
Harbour on Saturday from 5:00 pm to service time on Sunday.

Mr. Clifford
Adderley, 59

of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, will
be held on Saturday 11:00 am at
Church of Christ, Marsh Harbour
Abaco. Pastor Jason Quashie will
officiate and interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery
Marsh Harbour Abaco.

. Cherished Memory are held
j by; his wife, Reinadel Adderley;
3 sons, Neil and Dwaine

Adderley, Eltoro Adderley (deceased); two daughters, Patrice

Huyler and Nikkita Rankine; three sisters, Lila Strachan, Bernice
Brown and Estelle McIntosh; four grandsons, Akeem, Tyneil,
Nakajah Adderley and Keonte Nightingale; three granddaughters,
Joi Isaacs, Ghandi Levarity and Aaliyah Adderley; two aunts,
Rebecca Simms and Jennie Reckley; nieces, Greta, Ruby,
Cortney, Melanie, Serena, Malena, Leitheria, Josephina, Katrina,
Marisa, Kanishka, Tanya, Tishera and Anaka; nephews, Roderick,
Alphonso, Phillip, Herbert, Kermy, Shannon, Carl, Dave and
Ernest; one daughter-in-law, Nanette Adderley; one son-in-law,
Gladstone Rankine; five brothers-in-law, Fred, Paul, Lincoln,
Richard and Simon Jones; five sisters-in-law. Eva Adderley,
Anita Roberts, Roslia Agbim, Gwen and Mellanie Jones; grand
nices and nephews, Lindisha, Kadijah, Shazah, Leandra, Megan,
Virginia, Diana, Sinaya, Phillipa, Velma, Candice, Lorenzo,
Ricardo, Corey, Shawn, Kermy Jr., Kaleil, Jamari, Branden,
Brennen, Rodney, Melvin, Tysherone, Fernavghio, Davante and
Chaz. Other relatives and friends include, The Moss family, The
Simms family, Alex Levarity, Terrance, Johnny, Joey, the Alvarez
family, The Archer family, Eloise Huyler, Samaro, Lamanda
Johnson and the entire community of Marsh Harbour, Abaco.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at the Chapel of
Memories, Independence drive on Friday from 10:30-2:00pm
and at the church in Marsh Harbour on Friday from 5:30 pm to
service time on Saturday.






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soy eae ey

Mr. Rudolph
Saunders, 47
affectionately
called "Rudy"



of Murphy Town Abaco,
will be held on Saturday
11:00 am at Fellowship
al Church of God In Christ
/ Comfort Street. Pastor

Garnet Gibson will be






officiate.





















Left to mourn his passings are, his mother, Mavis
Saunders; one daughter, Clarissa Anderson; one brother,
Shian Gentle; two sisters, Eleanor Seymour and
Ernestine Sears; five nieces, Odetta, Avevtia, Krizia,
Shenay and Taneisha; two nephews, Eddison Jr. and
Edward Lockhart; two aunts, Viola Woods and Mabel
Saunders of Murphy Town Abaco; two uncles, Elick
and Jacob Saunders of Murphy Town Abaco; two
brothers-in-law, Anthony Seymour and Churchill Sears;
| one sister-in-law, Martha Butler; one grand-niece,
Romika; one grand-nephew, Keith Woodside. Other
relatives and friends include, Livingston, Jerry Woods,
Breton Davis, Standford, Raymond, Bradley, Cyril,
Austin, Sidney, Mike McIntosh, Theresa Woods, Kathy
Smith, Norma Gray, Carolyn Saunders, Stephanie, |
Pinky, Desiria, Echlin, Roslin, Tamara Saunders, Marva

Bain, Sarita and Patrice Forbes and especially Ms.
Meana Basil, Vernall Davis of Murphy Town Abaco,
the Willard Patton School family, Carmichael Primary
School family, Taylor Street and Ross Corner family
and others too numerous to mention.



EAST SUN ay RISE MORTUARY

a

“
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR |



MARGARET.
DEVEAUX, 88

of Dunmore, Long Island will be |
held on Saturday at 1lam at St. |
Peter's and St. Paul's Catholic §
Church, Simms, Long Island.

| Officiating will be Deacon Patrick

| Darville. Interment will follow in
church of the Assumption
Cemetery, Dunmore, Long Island.

She is survived by one son, James Taylor; one daughter,
Gorettie Rahming; two sisters, Emily Reckley of Freeport,
G.B. and Curlene Dean; two brothers, Vernal and Eustace
Major of Freeport G.B.; 23 nephews, Ezekiel, Gerald, Fred,
Mike, Jerry, Sinclare and Gladstone, Dean, Truman, Gladstone,
Rosevelt, Elias, Phillip, Percy Jr., Bernard, Keith, Kevin, K.C.

‘and Gary Major, Stephen, Rodney, Jonathan, Rudolph and

Robert Major; five nieces, Sheila, Edith and Elene Dean,
Berthelee, Maria, Karen, Linda Major, Alfreda Cooper, Christine
of Freeport, Muriel, Sandra, Cheryl, Sandra Fenlon and Nicoya;
sisters-in-law, Madeline Margeritta and Virginia Major; brothers-
in-law, Clement Dean, Paul Cunningham and Leon Reckley;
son-in-law, Glen Rahming; daughter-in-law, Alma Taylor;
other relatives and friends and special friends include, Deacon
Patrick Darville, Cletis Dean and family, Joycelyn Roxbury
and family, Margo Taylor and family, Zerlene Taylor and
family, Michael McQueen, Lee Wallace and family, Mary
McIntosh and family, Lillian, Eliza Roxbury and family,
Winnifred Taylor and family, Judy Taylor and family, Sandra
Sweeting, The Dunmore Developement Association, The }}
Honourable Lawrence Cartwright and the entire Roman Catholic }
Faith and many other ae and friends. —

Friends may pay their last respects at Chueh of the Assumption
from 10am to 9pm on Friday and from 9am in Dunmore, Long
Island at the Church until service time.

Tima ad elena tee

“A New Commitment To Service”

#27 Rosetta se eo Box C.B. 12248 / Palmdale,
sau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 323- aa eZ) 326-4209 Fax: Rae 2957
24 hrs. Emergency Service ie
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Butler's Funeral Homes & Crematorium

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas



Ee Se ee SS a



MRS. CISLYN LOUISE
“Mama”
AUSTIN-DAMES, 76

Street,

| Marshall, LaShard Thompson, Nickito J ohnson,
| Sharon and Nicole Davis, Toure’
_ Shankia LaFleur, Travis, Melissa and Mia Smith,
| Megan, LaRae and Anastacia Hutchinson,
_ LaVaughn, LaShan, Lateisha and Michael Dames
Jr.; Six (6) Great-grandchildren; Celeste
3 Marshall, Daniel, Ryan, Dana and Regan LaFleur
_ and Nashae Davis; Two (2) Brothers; Reginald
7 Austin and Holland Bowleg; Three (3) Sisters;
_ Rowena Austin, Eldica Wilson and Alicemae
| Ingraham; Forty-two (42) Nieces; Forty-two
_ (42) Nephews; Fifty-two (52) Grand-Nieces and
_ Grand-Nephews, Five (5) Brothers-in-law; Irvin
_ King, Donald Wilson, Allan, Patrick and Nathaniel _
| Dames; Four (4) Sisters-in-law; Virginia and
Avilda Dames, Bloneva Sears and Sandra Evans
_ and other relatives and friends including; Rev.

of #3 Thompson Street, Danottage Estates will Mathias Munroe, Rev. Timothy Stewart and

| be held on Sunday, July 16", 2006 at 3:00 p.m. at |
‘Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Officiating | "De Hatchet Bay lamily and many others too
_will be Rev. Timothy Stewart Assisted by Pastor | ee

Lionel Merritt and Associate Ministers. Interment

f Rutt.
will follow in the Church’s Cemetery, Meeting Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Buteis’

| Funeral Homies and Crematorium, Ernest and York
| Streets on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00
Cherished memories linger in the hearts of her | Ee erncay non ZO ine noble) Bae
Children; Sandra and Frank LaFleur, Shannon and pont 2 00 aes ene Vice Ma eC
and Larry Thompson, Shelia and Granville Dames, |
Mizpah and Thomas Smith, Michael and Lorraine |
Dames, Colette and Lionel Merritt and Ismae |
| Coleby; Grandchildren; Lavette and Marcus

, sidratu and

family, The entire Bethel Baptist Church family,

ss



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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
~ FUNERAL HOME

Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
























Publish your —

Joseph Nelson
Age 65, -

Formerly of Haiti, and a
resident of Hanna Hill
Eight Mile Rock will be
held on Sunday July 16,
2006 at 11:00a.m. at the
Seventh Day Adventist
Church, Hanna Hill Eight
Mile Rock. Officiating

will be Pastor Ricardo B.
Bain assisted by Elder Paul Thompson and Peter Watson,
Intermet will follow in Harbour West Cemetery.



Left to remember and cherish his memory are iis
companion, Julie John, one Daughter Sentelis John, one
son Fasile Nelson two grand children Fredderick Swain
and Samantha Ferguson. one son- in-Law Samuel
Ferguson, four brothers, Deaconsee, Anousa, Pascal,
Benezaye; Three sisters Tayevesse, Nortillia Louisianna;
three brothers-in-law, Elia, Gwoe, Teatit; two, sister-in-
law, Mavyele and Teamadam; fourteen nieces Naiomi,
Lucy, Mavecla, Margaret, Wilda, Leodia, Alice Rosemene,
Mercelia, Anose, Susette, Ledy, Benize and Emily; nine
nephews, Martel, Abnove, Macnel, Rosman, Andrea,
Nickson, Adelene, Jymi, and.Geoe; numerous grand
nieces, and nephews and other realtives including Kelondi,

‘Ivison, Mr. ana M4rs Charlow Deleveaux, Mr. Moss, Mrs.

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Surveying, The Ferguson Family, Mrs. Amalia Martin
Eve, Paulette, Alma, Mary and a host of other relatives
and friends.

Family will receive friends at Russell and Pander
Funeral Home Eight Mile Rock on Friday July 14, from
1:00p.m. and from 9:30a.m. to serve time on Sunday July
16,2006 at the church.





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Willis Miller, 88

Road.



_ His cherished memory is held
. by his four sons, Ashlyn Brenville,
Wenfred, Kenneth and Andy; one daughter-in-law, Glenda

Ann (Tiny), Ashlyn Jr., Brunel, Anton, Steve, Ashley, Jerome,
Julian, Gregory, Amos Jr., Franklyn, Brittaney, Travis and
Trevin, Norma, Janice and Jacqueline; 21 great grand-children;
nine nephews, Ronald and Dwidth Devoe of Ft. Lauderdale,
Osborne James, Timme, Gideon, Jason, Osborne, Asel, Lie
Hanna and Brundel Stevens; 28 nieces, Malrita, Virglee, Unis,
Dianna, Marrie, Ruby Ferguson, Ella Cox Calsey, Deja, Deborah,
Dorothy, Terri and Josey Gibson, Herbi, Ewitt Ferguson,
Charlene, Darlene, Janet Hann, Dorinder Dean, Shirley, Beatrice
Mcintoch, Deloris Devoe, Sible Devoe, Sandra Devoe of Ft.

| Miller Jr., Enos, Lawrence, Oil, Greg, Jonathon and Joel Miller,
Coreene, Mispah, Charity Frankermae, Janet and Norelene
Miller, John Symonette, Ethlyn Bain, Dorothy Williamson,
Acklins Trade Development association #2 and President

| Hanna Jr., Rupert Cox, Ronald, Bill, Ezelfus and Enos Miller,

Newton Williamson, Dec. Gayren Williamson, Ozel Miller,

N

Rack of Ages Suneral Chapel

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

| Elemay Devoe, The Hon. Alfred Grey MP., Remelda
| Williamson, Dorothy Cox Watson and Gloria Cox of Hallandale

of Pinefield Acklins and formerly |
of Relief Acklins, will be held on |
Saturday 15th July, 2006 at :
1:30pm. At Ebenezer Baptist |
Church, Charles Vincent Street; |
Nassau, Bahamas. Officiating will |
be Rev. Dr. Elkin Symonette and |
Interment will be at Southern |
Cemetery oe and Spikenard :

Fisher-Miller; 20 grand-children, Sherryann, Sharon, Tiffany,



Lauderdale, Fl., Yvonne Devoe of Orlando FI, Marvis, Hazel, |
Carmey and J osephine Miller; two God-children, Nellie Hanna |
and Lullian Williamson. And a host of other relatives and |
friends including, Wilmore Stevens, Solomon Miller, Ron |

: Linis and Etton Josail; three nieces; Tellina Belfort, Shanovia
: Delancey, Waydena Clarke Bridage Joseph; one nephew,
' Anthony Ferguson; sixteen cousins, Cynthia, Memoise, Roland,
-Elizabth Forves, Eliza Taylor, Yvonne and Claygon Taylor, |
( : Wendell, Roseman, Siltanny, Brandon and Mr. and Mrs. Estenor
Clayton Hanna, Una Williamson, Naomi Williams, Curtis | Anno and a host of special friends including, Ms. Thompson,
: Ms. Munnings, Sister Claire, Andrew Hanna, Pastor Brennen,
Hettie Williams, Florie Stevens, Alvina Beneby, Dr. Elkin | Ms. Hanna, Dr. McNeil, Jackqueline McPhee, especially the
Symonette, Leroy Williams, Gwendolyn Johnson, Orleaner :
Meadows, Genald Devoe, David Devoe, Nellie Hanna of Palm |
Bay, Fl., Edroy Ferguson, Ruby Ferguson of Miami Florida, |
Dr. Ricky Ferguson and Dionne Ferguson of Louisianna, |
Dorinda Stevens, Brenal Stephen, Eleazer Ferguson, Pastor |
) | Chapel on Saturday from 10:00am - 6:00 pm and on Sunday
Venus Miller, Endolyn Miller, Lawrence Miller, Dec. King :
Williamson, Rev. Moses Cox, Rev. Robert Cox, Florie Ferguson, |

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Fl., Dorinda Mackey, Harry Frazier, Van, Rubert, Alexander,
Burkley and Carry Williamson, Barbara Devoe of Edgewater
Fl., The Gibson's Williamson's Williams, Millers and Ferguson
Families.

Friends may pay their last respect at Rock of Ages funeral
chapel on Friday 10:00am - 6:00pm and on Saturday at the
Church from 12:30pm until Funeral time.

Avery Josail, 15

of Nassau, will be held at 1:00
pm on Sunday 16th July, 2006 at
New Englerston Seventh-Day
Adventist Church, #274 East
Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Officiating will be Pastor
Barrington H. Brennen, Interment
will be at Southern Cemetery
Cowpen and Spikenard Road.

= 6Left to Cherish his memory are:
» four sisters, Marie, Jackqueline,

Roselande, Katlen Josail and
Lorna J oseph; two brothers, Gilbert Obsait and Teller Belfort;
three uncles, Neken and Levoien Josail and Ephriam Estenor;
seven aunts, Idamanne, Desilia, Lavanete, Clodine, Mariclode,

Melon, Linda, Roslin, Shawnaca, Shantae, Stevano, Tamia,

staff of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Anitta, The students
and teachers of D.W. Davis and the members of New Englerston
Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

Friends may pay their last Respect at Rock of ages Funeral

at the Church from 12:00 pm until funeral time.



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Rack of Ages Funeral Chapel

| . Wulff Road & Pinedale
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 ¢ Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR








Joseph
Hitchinson, 65

of Fox Dale Sub-Division,
Fox Hill will be held at
Church of God convention |
centre; Joe Farrington road
Saturday July 15th, 2006 at
11:00am

Officiating will be Rev. Julian
Hutchinson and assisted by
Bishop Charles Gardiner and
other Ministers of the Gospel.
Interment will be at
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.
















His Cherished memory will always linger in the Hearts of his
loving, dedicated and caring wife of 46 years: Mavis Hutchinson;
six sons, Ian, Derek, Captain Dwain of London, England, Rev.
Julian Hutchinson of Hollywood, Florida, 1847 Shayne
Hutchinson and Maurice Hutchinson; six daughters, Sandra
Kerr, Juliette, Josette Gardiner, Natasha Clark, Juliette & Bridget
Hutchinson; three brothers, Alfred, Edward and Michael Kerr;
three sisters, Rebeca Nesbitt, Theresa Hilton and Brenda Kerr;
adopted children, Sarah, Brenda, Alice, Matthew, Mark, Anthony
and Miriam and Julian McDonald; grandchildren, Donovan, J-
Michael Je Jero, Rhajese, Rhamesh, Jevon, Yohann, Julian Jr;
Emmanuel, Duane, Ethan, Elliot, Derek Je; Shenique, Rashan,
Tia, Lexus, Sheara, Derecka, Italia, Elan, Rashay, Vashti,
Victoria, Valencia, Brittany, Trae, Adele, Ureka, Chineka,
Celestial, Jewel, Charity, Keturah, Brithany & Jultawaniqu;
two aunts, Ruth Evans and Mavis Thompson; one uncle, Harold
Hutchinson; god-children, Lavern Nixon and Chikante; brother-
in-law, Hilton, Donald, Ceal Huey Ambrister and Garth
Ferguson; sister-in-law; Lula Mae Greaves, Shirley Armbrister,
Carmel Brown and Veronica Knowles; sons-in-laws, Elvis
Clark, Harry Gardiner and Kevin Pinder; daughtrers-in-law,
Sharon Brenda and Marilyn Hitchinson and A host of other
relatives and friends including, The Saunders family, Geraldine
Hall, Orilee Edgecombe, Nellie (care-taker) Evangelist Gibson,
Jane Rolle, Bernice Harris, Jewel-Ann, Sylvia, Pat Williams,
Brothers Young and White; Trevor Armbrister, Kirk Kemp,
Samuel Ferguson, Dave and Monsignior Moss and the St.
Anselm's Church, the Entire Church of God and Fox Hill
community too numerous to mention.



























Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Chapel, Wulff Road and Pinedale on Thursday from 10:00am
to 6:00pm and at the Church on Saturday from 10:00am until
funeral time.





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te NON TOE

Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas | ~
P

“VU. BOX =
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 « Fax: (242) 340-8034

SINTERS aes

) Ms. Arginta
| "Ginger" Batiste,
250

| of #13 Coral Gardens,
Freeport, Grand Bahama and
| formerly of Hospital Lane,
i Nassau, will be held on
| Saturday, July 15th, 2006 at
; 10:00am at New Canaan
; Zion Baptist Church, Balao
Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Pastor Washington
Williams. Interment will follow in the Grand Bahama
Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive, Freeport Grand
Bahama.





FREEPORT.
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G:B., Bahamas

.0, Box F-
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 © Fax: (242) 373-3005
















She is survived by her Mother, Sybil Paul; four
children, Mikey Bethel, Opera Paul, Dwight and
Monique Ferguson; four sisters, Daisy Strapp, Paulette
Smith, Barbara Clear and Carolyn Young; one brother,
Michael Batiste; one son-in-law, Mario Moss; one
daughter-in-law, Leisha Davis; eight grandchildren,
numerous nieces and: nephews and a host of other
relatives and friends including, Tezel Whitfield, Nola
James, the Beckles and Davis family, Shantae Stuart,
staff at Billy Joe's and the staff at Simply Native.










Viewing will be held in the "Perpetual Suite" of
Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium
Limited, 11-a East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama
on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and at the Church
on Saturday from 8:30am until service time.






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Leebirdie Johnson, 80,








in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Precious memory linger in the hearts
of her four daughters, Betty Oleitha Hepburn, Trudymae Ward,
Beverly Johnson and Vivian Colebrooke; one son, Roger Babbs;
two sons-in-law, Rev. Raymond Hepburn and Kenneth Ward; twenty
grandchildren, Bernadette Rolle, Christine Williams, Antoinette
| Rahming, Remona Ferguson, Raymond, Jr. and Phillip Hepburn,
Judy Johnson, Theresa Moss, Kendy, Denise and Quincy Ward,
Kentworth Johnson, Tamara Evans, Jason Miller, Sashanne Saunders,
Rodrico, Tarrio, Tio, and Dominico Babbs, and Shanice Cooper;
































Demeritte’ s Suneral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 « TEL: 323-5782

Waa esas

a resident of Charles Vincent Street and |
formerly of Devil's Point, Cat Island, :
will be held at United Christian }
Cathedral, Flamingo Gardens, on :
Saturday July 16th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. :
Officiating will be Rev'd John Henry :
Innis, assisted by Rev'd Charles Young :
and Rev'd Alkin Rolle. Interment follows :



twenty-two great grandchildren, Alkin, Jr., Arnell and Zane Rolle, :
Kiericah and Kristan Williams, Zachary and Ahnita Rahming, :
Jonathan, Justin and Alexis Fegurson, Roulston, Vanhesyn, Rahval, :
Vashawn, Phillip, Jr., Dehlya and Vashti Hepburn, Ethan, Jr.; and :
Edward Moss, Rico Johnson, Aaleyah and Ariel Evans; fourteen :
nieces, Joanna Bowe, Yvonne and Sandra Donald, Mildred Gilbert, :
Lizzie Major, Gwen Gibson, Evelyn Bain, Vernita Curry, Esphelene :
Sands, Bloomfield Ferguson, Gelitha Humes, Anniemae Rahming, :
Lorene and Charlene Clarke; three nephews, Garland Miller, Chris :
and Arnold Clarke; seventeen grand nieces, Kendra Cooper, Tamika :
Kemp, Erma Moncur, Cleo Gibson, Adlide Woodside, Eloise Storr,
Eleanor Douglas, Ida McMinns, Pauline Williams, Ruth Cloud, }
Cynthia Gibson, Bonnie Singleton, Delores Butler, Doreen Burrows, :
Norma Dean, Loretta Neilly, and Betty Gibson; fourteen grand }
nephews, Oswald; Ronrick and Philan Bowe, Terrance Donald, :
Eugene and Elkanah Gilbert, Paul and Sidney Major, Henry Gibson, :
Michael and George Dean, George Bain, Trevor and Timothy Gibson, }
other relatives and friends, Branhilda, Kenva, Tracey, Kenneth, and :
Barry Johnson, Dianka Adderley, Ms. Wealthy Jones and family, :
Ms. Merlene Fernander and family, Rev. AIkin Rolle, Bennett
Rahming, Dale Hepburn, Vanrea Hepburn, Ethan Moss, Mrs. Enith :
Mackey and family, Bishop Ben Gibson and family, Pearline Johnson, :
Beullah Sutherland and family, Ms. Florence Crawley, Mary and }
| Ginette Fernander, Martha Munnings Penn, Ken Sears and family,
Ron, Cynthia and Rachel Blackman, Hilda Smith, Theresa Pinder, :
Ms. Mabel Levarity, The Forbes family, Pearl Adderley and family, :
Inez Dawkins and family, Merrilyn Rolle, Harriette Dawkins, Grace |
|. Ferguson, Laurel Butler, Endalyn McKenzie and Family, Brenda :
Burrows and family, Linda Basset, Dr. Munroe and his team, the
Staff of the Female Surgical Ward at the Princess Margaret Hospital, :
the people of Devil's Point, Cat Island, United Christian Association Market Street, from 2:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday

Lincoln Boulevard and Flamingo Gardens, Bishop Albert H. Hepburn. :



THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 11

: and family, and John H. Innisand family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday
from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

Mrs. Marjorie "Marge"
Rolle, 65,

a resident of Conch Sound, Andros and
formerly of Evans Town, Andros, will be
held at Church of God of Prophecy, Conch
Sound, Andros, on Saturday July 16th,
2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be
_| Bishop Caleb Evans, assisted by Rev. Fred
| Russell. Interment follows in Nicholl's
) Town Public Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memory are her husband Eudie Rolle Sr.; 7
children, Eudie Rolle, Jr., Angela Rolle, Sanford and Emerson Rolle
of Conch Sound, Andros, Sheryl Lightbourne of San Andros, Doris

' Hanna of New York and Patrice Riley of Freeport, Grand Bahama;
6 adopted children, Deann Conyers, Nicola Stubbs, Marsha Battram,
* Dan and Elkino Munroe; 1 sister, Vernay Evans; 1 uncle, Merton
Evans; 25 grandchildren, Christopher, Levard, Anthony, Andy, Eudie
Ill, Varderson, Doran, Emerson Jr., Jermaine, Lorenzo, Shanell and
Anthonique Rolle, Erica Davis of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Franaldo,
Alexandrie and Frank Jr. Hanna, Ayrett, Marjorie, Athena, Yasmin
? and Nicoya Lightbourne, Oscar Jr., Eudia, Lalrell and Samon Riley;
3 great grand children, Christopher Jr., Lavard Jr. and Emani Rolle;
3 daughters-in-law, Dassie, Sharmaine and Pamela Rolle; 3 sons-in-
law, Frank Hanna of New York, Oscar Riley Sr. of Freeport, Grand
Bahama and Ayrett Lightbourne of San Andros; 1 grandson-in-law,
Charles Davis; 1 grand daughter-in-law, Aniska Rolle; 2 nieces,
Clarice Evans and Eleanor Dieuville; 5 nephews, Elvis Saunders,
Collins Brooks, Ray McKenzie, Claude and Lavasky Dieuville; 3
-brothers-in-law, Hiram Munroe; Joshua "Baby" Rolle and Wilmore
Rolle; sisters-in-law, Kay Evans, Irene, Sheila and Henriette Rolle;
a host of other relatives and friends including, Althea Wallace,
Everette Marshall, Julia Porter and family, Hazel Russell, Fred
Russell, Jr. and family, the entire Evans, Coleby and McDonald
family, the Pratt family, Prince Mackey and family, the LaFleur
family, the Church of God of Prophecy family, the Gospel Chapel
family, numerous god children and other relatives and friends.

i
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,

at the church in Andros from 2:00 p.m. until service.



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Brennen-Charlton, 84,

July 16th, 2006 from 2:00 p.m. at St.
Barnabas Anglican Church, Baillou Hill
and Wulff Roads. Officiating will be
Canon Basil Tynes. Interment follows
in St. Barnabas Cemetery, Moore
y Avenue.

Left to cherished her precious memory are her (2) sons, Nelson and
Reginald Brennen; (4) daughters, Pastor Sheila Smith, Henrietta Stubbs,
Esthermae Evans, and Evangelist Genevie Johnson; (4) sons-in-law,
Samuel Smith, Roland Evans II, Livingstone Stubbs, Reuben Johnson;

Canon Basil Tynes and the entire St. Barnabas Church family. |

Demeritte’s Funeral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BCX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782

ONS See

Ellenor Louise Francis ! Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday

: from 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

a resident of Hayne's Lane off Wulff
Road and formerly of Bullocks Harbour, :
Berry Island, will be held on Saturday :

(3) daughters-in-law, Henrietta, Cynthia and Paula Brennen (1 0) :
grandsons, Nikita, Aaron (Harrisburg P A), Oscar Jr., Clinton, and Sgt.# :
1952 Donald Brennen, Samuel Smith II (Tampa, Fl), Dax, Greco and :
Cpl.# 2511 Roland Evans III, and Livingstone Stubbs; (19) :
granddaughters, Adrianne, Odena, Shanell, Donnalee; Regina-Beth Hall :
Brennen, Cindy Brennen James (Fort Lauderdale, Fl.), Shanell Morrison, :
Indira Miller, Sheronne and Sharmaine Smith, Dr. Sheena Smith- :
Wallace, Samantha Evans (Marsh Harbour, Abaco), Dr. Bornadata Bain :
(Haverhill, MA), Jessica Hanna, Linda Beckford (Fort Lauderdale, Fl.), :



‘Denise Johnson of Orlando, Florida., Theresa, Joy, Janis and Joanna
: Sands, Wayde Wright, Audra Tynes, Raisa, Ryan and Reagan Eve,

Denise Lewis (Florida), Paulette Lightbourne, Pauline Johnson, and : Javarri and Chinaza Rolle; grand daughters-in-law, Brenda, Vernica,

Kim Cornish; (4) granddaughters-in-law, Julie Evans, Carmen Smith, :
oa i ines Teed Wana Re 2 con eg: a et law, Pastor Edwin Johnson; eighteen great-grand children, five great-
Lauderdale), Andre Lewis (Florida) Garnett Johnson and Vincent James; : : a
(50) great grand children; (11) nieces, Dorothy Darville, Geraldine : and Pastor Oscar Moss, Ethel Thompson, Karen Simms, Gregory Davis,
Smith, Francisa Moss, Theresa Minnis, Agnes Mcphee, Lorna and :
Cindy Francis, Iris Lundy (Freeport, Grand Bahama), Lillian McPhee, :
Grace Rolle, and Ms. Eulah; (2) nephews, Orland Johnson, and Kenneth :
Johnson and a host of other relatives and friends including, Ms. Pearl
Bodie and family, Patsy Humes, Ruth Delancy, Ms. Delores Seymour, :
Vera Simms, Rose and Tanya McCartney, Luly (Miss Lu) Evans, Oralee :
Johnson, Curline, Oswald Darville, Arthur, Sammy, George and Elizabeth :
Brennen, Cynthia Smith, Pastor Chester Rolle and family, Jeanetta :
Ferguson, Willamae Goodman, Patricia Brennen, Genevie, Debbie, }
Sandra Walkes and family, Pastor Arthur Charlton, Rev. C. B. Moss,
Rolston Minnis, Cecelia Smith and family, Lillian Lightbourne and :
family, Wealthy Gomez and family, Arch Bishop Gilbert Thompson :
and family, Bishop Ros Davis and the Golden Gates family, Bishop :
Walter Hanchell and family, Bahamas Faith Ministries family, Hortense. :
Sands, Cynthia Wilson, Ricardo Miller and family, the Brennen, Francis, | Rolle, Jane Wallace, Eulamae Larrimore, Rosemary Roker, Mary
Winder, Bell, Wilkinson and Evans families, The management and staff
of Great Commission Ministries, the Red Cross Meals on Wheels, the :
Hynes Lanes and Hepburn Alley family, Hon. Cynthia Pratt - DPM, :

: from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and at the church efron 1:00 p.m. until service
: time.

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES:



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,




James Alexander Eve, 90,




























a resident of Garden Wells Corner, will be |.
held at Ebenezer Methodist Church, Shirley
Street, on Saturday July 16th, 2060 at 2:00
p-m. Officiating will be Pastor Martin
Loyley, assisted by Pastor David S. Johnson
and Pastor Ricardo Lees. Interment follows
in the Church's Cemetery.

Precious and cherished memory will always
' linger in the hearts of his loved ones

including, children, Florine Ferguson, Percy
Sands, Judy Tynes, Rodney Eve, Beryl Eve, James Eve Jr. Pedro Eve,
Lavern Eve and Charmaine Eve; daughters-in-law, Shirley Sands and
Andrea Eve; son-in-law, Audley Tynes; grandchildren, Albert,
Superintendent Larry Ferguson of the Royal Bahamas Police Force;
Bradley of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Brian and Denneille Ferguson,

Felicia of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Ellen Ferguson; grand son-in-
greatgrand children, other relatives, Albertha Allen, Min. Verninchia

Joyce Bastian, Sherry Weech, Larry and Anthony Bastian, Donald,
Beverly, Shelly, Perry and Terry Archer, Karen Symonette and Peggy
Roberts of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Leroy Archer, Keith Archer and
family, Leonard Archer, Glenn Archer and family, Arnette Archer
Knowles and family, Louis Hanchall and family, Maria Bootle and
family, Reverend Delano Archer and family and Dr. Colin Archer and
family, Manerva Brown, Diane Barr, Franklyn Hall, Rev. Carl Campbell,
Diane Dean, Maud Lockhart, George Knowles, family of the late Zelda
Pinder, Enoch Backford and family, Ebenezer Methodist church family,
the Men's Choir and Focus group; care giver, Susan Jarrett; neighbors,
Gwendolyn Brice, Charlie and Alfred Brice, Joseph and Deborah Pratt
and family, Zelsa Hall, Jennifer Dotson, Olivemae Hamilton, Maria
Joseph; friends, Violet Beneby, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Knowles, Louise
Sutherland, Doris Rolle, Emily Burnside, Dolly McDonald, James

Femander, Lillian Gibson and Althea Huyler.

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



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42,



Catholic Cemetery, Infant View Road.

Patrice Bodie, Shakera, ASP Keith Bell, Van, Marva, Sophia, Kim,

family, Mercia and Philip, Agnes, Prisca, Kathleen, Thelma, Renee,

Crystal, Coral, Andrea, Dorothy Taylor of Freeport, Grand Bahama,

Kandice, Trevor, Sean and Ivory and Angel both of Fort Lauderdale;
friends and neighbours including, Stephen Johnson, Andrea Bain,

and family, Monique, Mizpah, Nicolette, Tiny, Conelia and Charlie,
Wendy, Dunks, Mary Ann, Betty Kerr, Emily and Vivian Miller,

Sears and family, Ruby and Brenda, Leslie Burrows and family,

Shirley Woodside and family, Quakoo Street, the Hospital Lane,

Demeritte’s Huneral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-0282

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR.

Troy, Marcian Strachan, | Fr. Kelly and the Eucharist Ministers.

a resident of Quakoo Street, will be held :
at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic ;
Church, Deveaux Street, on Saturday :
July 16th, 2006 at 11:45 a.m. Officiating :
will be Fr. Michael Kelly, ss.cc., assisted :
by Deacon Peter Rahming and Deacon :
Maxwell Johnson. Interment follows in :

Left to cherish his memory are his children, Troy Jr., Troyalashantia, :
Sawana and Jade; adopted children, Raymond and Ashley: parents, :
Peggy and Leon Strachan: brothers, Wayne, Kennedy, Roberto and :
| Kent; sisters, Dona, Bernadette, Nancy Johnson of Alabama, Caroline :
Strachan and Sheryl Algreene; aunts, Patricia Bell, Portia Taylor, : -
| Faith Pennerman, Sylvia Mackey, Brenda, Janet and Marie Strachan, :
Dorothy Sands Cox, Ruth Bethel, Andrea Keane, Pam Wilson and :
Claudette McAlpine of Fort Lauderdale; uncles, Glenroy Wood, :
Clyde Bethel, Andrew Pennerman, Gerald, Godfrey and Terrance :
Strachan, Auto, Barry, Keith and Moultrin Keane; grand aunts, |
Cleola Smith, Leitha and Sharlene and Cyprianna Brice; nieces and :
nephews, Shavette, Shanae, Deandra, Khadisha, Kranstanae, Jumarr, :
Devar, Rashad, Donard, Daron and Devante'; finance, Shantel :
Bowleg; numerous cousins, Mavis and Linda Sears, Debbie King, :
Norma Cox, Dr. Gerald Forbes, Karem, Kenya and Sophia, Natasha, :
Marcia McMorris, Verna Larry of Miami Fla, Laverne Charlow, :



: WallaceWatson, Pamela Hanna, Dorothy Hart, Nadia Rolle, and
Natasha, Anthony, Shane, Leander, Nicole, Tedana and Shan rose :
Thompson, Dwayne Hanna and family, Sheila Lightbourne and :
: Jerret, John and Johnathon Winder, Washington and Kevin Wallace,
Clothie Lockhart, Daisy, Luellen, Harcourt, Glendera, Alexis, Glen ;
Jr., Leslie, Wendell, Carlton, Sgt. 1039 Perry Taylor, Patrick, Randy, :
: Muriel Lightbourne and family, Evelyn Lightbourne and family,
Sesley Seymour, Tamara, Crystal and Henrick Hardway, Rochell :
Burrage of Brandon, Rosita, Paulette, Clarice, Dorothy Farrington, ;
: Ishmael Lightbourne and family, Ivan and Cynthia Conyers and
i family, Evangeline Penn and family, Trudy Johnson and family,
| Jarvis Adderley, Eric Bethel, Kenneth Poitier and family, Michael
| (Nine) Hart.and family, Noel, Charles and Oakie Duncan, Alvita :
Strachan and family, Ralph Burrows and family, Fredericka Roberts |
i. Valance Dean and family, David Dean and family, Etta Feaste and
Shirley Hanna and family, Dewayne and Gloria Pratt and family, :
: Burrows and family, Vernita Rolle and family, The Roberts family
Vincent, Charlie, Shervin, Thelma, Esther, Louise Grant, Alfreda
i Communities.
Gweneth Macintosh and family, Edith, Cynthia, Winifred Smith |
and family, Sherie Kelly and family, the Gittens of John Road, :
: Market Street, from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Friday and at the church
| the West Street, Rupert Dean Lane and Augusta Street communities, :
| the Haitian community of Alcott yard, St. Vincent DePaul, the St. |

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 13

Helena Club, Our Lady's of the Holy Souls Community especially

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 11:00 a.m. until service time.

Ronald Alexander
Winder, 62,

m aresident of Bullocks Harbour, Berry

F Island, will be held at St. Bartholomew
|| Anglican Church, Bullocks Harbour, on
Saturday July 16th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Fr. Ormand Wright.
Interment follows in Bullock's Harbour
Public Cemetery, Berry Island.






































-Left to cherish his memory are his
mother, Jeannie Winder; sisters, Gwendolyn Winder and Lillian
Wallace; brother, Raymond Winder; 1 brother-in-law, William
Wallace; nieces, Rena Winder, Judy, Cheryl and Demetria Pinder,
Charmaine Thompson, Carolyn Swain, Jennifer Deleveaux, Patrice
Rolle, Bevelyn Rolle, Sharlene Hilton, Marvelyn Saunders, Marlene
Winder, Sharon Winder, Deborah Winder, Deirdre Adderley, Arnette

Shaniqua, and Jonta Winder; nephews, Raymond II, Barry, Brendan,
Larry, Andrew, Eddie, Bertram, Anthony, Terrance, Dwayne, Curtis,

Roger, Henry Jr. and Desmond Pinder; other relatives and friends,
Gwendolyn Williams and family, Icelyn Turnquest and family,

Bruce Francis and family, Godfrey Francis and family, Colin Francis
and family, Kinky Francis and family, Raffie Pinder and family,

The Wilkinson families, Vanessa and Margaret Gibson and family,
Debbie High and famiiy, James Gibson and family, Keith, Brian,
Antoinette, Stephanie, Janice, Alison, Trevor and Vaughn Coakley,
family, Walter Dean and family, Carmetta Basden and family, Shirley

and The Entire Bullocks Harbour and Great Harbour Cay

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,

in Bullocks Harbour from 7:00 p.m. until service time. |



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PEDRO "LIMBO KING"
ANTHONY MEJIAS, 59

of #31 Blenheim
Road, Stapledon
Gardens will be held
on Saturday at 10:00
a.m. at Southland







Soldier Road, West.




Goliath Burrows and
other ministers of the
gospel will officiate.
Interment will be





Gardens, Soldier Road.




away while his wife Nancy held his and and sang
his favourite song. "To God Be The Glory". We
are a family whose gratitude to God shows no
end for his gift in giving us "King Ped" for all
these years. We pray that his example of love,
_ patience and family fellowship will be ingrained
in our lives for generations to come.











Pedro is survived by his wife, Nancy Mejias;
sons, Nigel, Pedro, Minister Natius, Pedreito and
‘Tavare Mejias and Ulric Bethel; daughter, Minister
Vonchelle Munroe; brothers, Winston, Albert and








Veida Mejias; son-in-law, Pastor Cleon Munroe;
daughters-in-law, Carla Mejias and Betty Bethel;
| sisters-in-law, Pastor Rev. Albertha Rolle,
Jacqueline Barr, Judy Cleare, Olga Bethel, Doctor






made in Woodlawn >



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

“© Bethel Brothers Morticians

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



_ Veronica Bethel, Patricia and Kay Mejias; brother-
in-law, Garth Bethel; grandchildren, Chaquita,
Jasmine, Pedro III, Pedro Sr., Cleon Jr., Ariel,
_ Tavarie Jr., Sharvantay, Natius Jr., Tavaranae and -
| Dionte; aunts, Alice Bethel, Era Ferguson, Ella
Bethel and Olda Bethel; uncles, Samuel Bethel
_ and Herbert Mejius; nieces, Rev. Kathy Levarity,
_ Sharon, Natasha, Nicolle, Aljanae, Gabriel, |
_ Noelita, Nakeshia, Jonelle, Keri and Kimberly;
Church of God, _nephews, Alfie, Jason, Dorvin, Peter, Jamal,
_ Anthony, Trewayne, Jerel, Elsworth, Nico and

Pastor Teuton C. . Miguel.

Stubbs; Bishop :
_A host of other relatives and friends including,
, Jean Alexis, Sheila Butler, Diana Russell, Mammil
_ Hamilton, Dave Wayne, Charlie Edwards, Claude .
_ Topping, Sylvester George, the Moss family, Dons
_ "Princess" Nesbit, John "Peanuts" Taylor, Freddie
. | Campbell, Francis V. Henvy, Quinton and Martha
pete | Minnis, Francita Bodie, Charles Carroll, Oswald
On the evening of Sunday, July 2, Pedro slipped _and Delores Francis, Foster and family, Rudy
_ Moseley, Joyce Jarvis, Lofton and Francita Neeley,
- Coleman and Diana Andrews, Lou Adams, Keisha
_ Ferguson, Rochelle Johnson, Leotha and family,
_ Paul Thompson, Rex Sheppard, Allan Steventon,
_ Eunice and Kenneth Fernander, Rev. Edna Lopez,
_ Pearon and Donna Smith, the Ferguson and Bethel
families, George Robinson, Al Davis, the ,
_ limousine and taxi drivers at the airport, the Drum
_ Beat family, the Ministry of Culture, members of |
_ the Firm Foundation Kingdom Ministry and the
_ Sawyer family. Special thanks to the staff of the |_
Philip Mejias; sisters, Sylvia Lucas, Cynthia and | vaaiigess Mareitel Hospital ane numerous Ofbers.
_ Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel
_ Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday
_ from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at |
_the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.






THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES






LLOYD CARL
JOHNSON SR., 66

of South Hampton




Saturday at 10:00 a.m.
and St. John's Native
Baptist Church, Meeting





Michael C. Symonette



Bain Jr.,.assisted by
other ministers of the




Interment will be made
in the church's cemetery.




Left to cherish his fond memory are, wife Erica Johnson
(nee Nicolls); son Lloyd Carl "CJ" Johnson Jr.; daughter,



Brockington; brother, Maxwell Johnson; mother-in-law,




| Johnson, Indira Belle, Alice and Qunicy Nicolls, Zelma
Roberts, Daisy Watkins, Janet Sands, Rosemarie,





| brothers-in-law, Christopher and Terry Miller, Eric,
Philip, Percival and Perry Nicolls; nieces, Stephanie,
Deborah, Antionette, Julie, Anya and Florence Johnson,
Lynda Strachan and Janet Johnson, Krystal, Alexis,







Belle, Monique and Michelle Deveaux, Sherelle Watkins,
Sherise Clarke, Sharon Fox, Natasha Nicolls, Charmaine





Murray; nephews, Stephen Johnson, Dion Strachan,
Terry, Teron Miller, Anthony Watkins, David Brooks,
Davan and Leslie Sands Jr., Sean and Deon Nicolls,






Thomas Forbes Jr., Perry Jr., Nathan, Pharis, Percival,




Neka Knowles; grand-nephews, Jevon, Jamaal, Jalee!



Street. Reverend Dr.

Kenrick and Terran Dean, Garvin, Omar Giovanni, | : }
| Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 |
- a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from |
9:00 until service time.

| Nicolls Jr., and Stephan Knowles; grand-nieces, Kerah |
| Johnson, Brittany Strachan, Gizelle Capernarus and |

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 15

) : Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



/ and Stephen Jr., Gicoyo and Gulius Johnson and
| Keyshawn Tinker; uncles, Willard Johnson of Long
| Bay Cays, Andros, Leroy and Wallace Nicolls; aunts,
_ Leonora Johnson of Long Bay Cays, Andros, Esther
: | McKinney, Janet Sands, Myrtle Hanna, Sybil Blyden,
Close and formerly of |
Andros will be held on |

Maria Turner, Eloise Saunders, Ruth Nottage and Irma
Levarity; cousins, Vernon, Winston and Robert Ash,

Langton Gay of Canada, Mavis Deveaux, Wanda Morris,
| Alsaida Melvin and Donna Ash of Miami, Florida,
| Althea Williams of Miami, Florida, Ruth Hager; Blanch
| Smith and Rose Johnson of New York, Carol and
| Michelle Rolle.

and Reverend HervisL. | :
_ Other relatives and friends including Rev. Ellerston and
_ and Daphne Smith, Janet Johnson, Rosa Lopez,
_ | gospel will officiate. |

Stephanie Seymour, Rev. Eugene and Sandra Patton,

_ Lorraine Knowles, Joycelyn Varance, Dr. Lowell Moree,
| Mr. Matthew Butler, Mr. Newton McDonald, Mr.
- Roosevelt Whymms, Mr. Benjamin Young, Mr. Ritchie
| Spurger, Mr. Rudolph Rolle, Mr. Cecil Hilton, Mr.
_ Harvey Tynes, Evangelist Kim Saunders, Viola Deveaux,
Levette Carla Jophnson; granddaughter, Alyssa |
and Mrs. Bain, Bishop Michael and Rev. Hilda
Verdell Cooper; sisters-in-law, Pandora and Angela |

Rev. Dr. O. A. Pratt and Mrs. Pratt, Rev. Dr. Hervis

Symonette, Rev. Dr. Garth Green, Rev. Ekron Pratt,

- Deacon Lindsay Williamson, Doctors, K. R. Culmer,
' K. Rodgers, Michael Levine, Mchael, Ilsa Grant Taylor
Patricia, Pamela and Prescola Nicolls and Terez Miller; |

and Scott Anagnoste, Deaconess Vera Jennings, Rev.

- Reginald and Dolly Ferguson, Michael Huyler, Dr. Olga
_ Clarke and family, Laurie Cartwright and family,
_ Jacqueline Murray, Judith Theophilus, Synida Dorsette
_ and family, Margaret Higgins, Patsy Neymour, Orville
Brittany and Tameka Miller, Trevaj Lightbourne, Jaya |

Pratt, Nathalie Ramsey, Cecilia Harris and family,

| Bishop LeRodney Rolle and family, Bishop William
: Johnson and family, The Bahamas Bar Association, the
| Ferguson, Patricia and Latish Nicolls and Kristina |

entire St John's Native Baptist Church family, Bishop

_ Delton Fernander and the New Destiny Church family,
| the Kemp's Bay Community, the Long Bay Cays
| community, and many others too numerous to mention.






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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Bethel Brothers Morticians

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030

Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026



HAZEL McDONALD
SAUNDERS, 64

of Golden Gates will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at Anenx
@ Baptist Church, Wulff Road.
Apostle Mitchell Jones, assisted
by other ministers of the gospel
will officiate. Interment will be
made in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, JFK Drive.

two daughters, Elaine Saunders,
Monique Cesar; one son, Glenroy
Saunders; four grandchildren,
Valentino Dean, Delano
Saunders, Glenda Saunders,
Christian Saunders, four great-
grandchildren, Valencia and
Dillon Dean, Delana and Cania
Saunders; one brother, Raymond
McDonald; two sisters, Lilymae
and Joanne McDonald; one uncle,
Gifford Clarke of Pompano Beach, Florida; one sister-in-law, Veronica
McDonald, numerous relatives including, Emma Hinsey, Vernamae Newbold,
Deborah Rolle, Patricia Ferguson, Veronica, Dr. Vienna, Roselda, Paaricia,
.Marie, Barbara Jean, Sandra, Theresa, George, John, Wendell, Godfrey
Clarke, Newton, Charles McDonald, Ena Eilliams, Thelma Thurston,
Johnnymae Thurston, Lee Lightbourne, Wendell, John, Edward, Thomas
and Larry Thurston, Hannifah Baker of Orlando, Florida; nieces, Tanya,
Nadia, Natasha, Denistina, Rayette, Robinette, Rhonda and Latoya McDonald;
nephews, Ricardo Lockhart, Stevino Woodside, Marlon Rolle, Marcian
Williams, Dwight, Duane, Reno and Tracey McDonald; one godchild,
Shemeka Gray.



Her memory will linger with her special friends, Sybil Johnson, Brenda
Albury, Mlldred Pierre, Hortense Sands, Claretta Duncombe, Sister Rosemary
Moss, Sister Bessley Gray, Carnetta Munroe, Lovely Forbes-Allen, Eulamae
Morley, Barbara Sweeting, Terrisita Miller, Norma Newton, Sybil Spence,
Edith Sawyer, Tyrise Sawyer-Johnson, Patricia Thompson, Hartland Sands,
Maud Kerr, Reina Tinker, Joyce Drakes, Bloomfield Clarke, Sandy Green,
Lorraine Rolle, Sabrina Ingraham, Neka, Sonia Dorsett and the Bastian
family, Thomas Saunders, Margaret Kemp, Annie Bowe, Wilma Davis-
Marshall, Mr. Virginia Griffin, Ida Blue of Queens, New York, Valencia
Carroll of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Andre Cesar of Miami, Florida, Ms.
Alvera Deveaux, Gloria Hanna of The Cancer Society of The Bahamas,
. Bishop Ros Davis, the PLP Women's Branch, Hon Glenys Hanna-Martin,
Idena Burrows and The Bahamas Communication and Public Officers
Retirees Association, Apostle Mitchell Jones and the Annex Baptist Church
family; The Culmersville Community, the Golden Gates family, Moss Town,
Exuma family, staff of The Female Medical I especially Nurse Garcia and
Nurse Josey, Dr. Theadora Turnquest and Dr. Braynen. Special thanks to Dr.
Workman and Dr. Spencer Prince and a host of other relatives and friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at Sir Lynden Pindling Centre, PL.P.

Headquarters, Farrington Road on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and
on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

Left to cherish her memory are = |





: KENT EVAN
VILLIERS REID I, 35

of Nassau East, will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary
The Virgin Anglican Church,
Virginia Street, Rev'd Canon
Warron Rolle and the Rt. Rev'd
Gilbert A. Thompson will officiate. .
Interment will be made in the
church's cemetery.

Left to cherish his memory are,
his wife, Akira; children Kentira,
Kent III, Rashad and Rasheik;
parents, Kent I and Gloria Reid;
grandmother, Helen Reid and
Olive Knowles; grandfather, Sam
Knowles; uncles, Idris Reid,
Ignatius Creary, Gerald Stuart,
Carl, Derek and Carlton Lockhart, ~
Robert Hall and Japeth Smith;
aunts, Carol Creary, Camille
y Stuart, Gwen Reid, Melanie

Cartwright, Maxine Wallace, Myra,

: Margaret, Miriam and Coretta Lockhart, Sonia Smith, Debra Hall of Tampa,
: Florida, Geneva Hall of New York, Farlyn Livingston of Winter Park, Florida,
: Carol Neilly, Cecelia Gardiner and Margo Rolle; granduncle, Rodney Lockhart;
: grandaunts, Delores Smith and Alma Barnette of Fort Wayne, Indiana; mother-
in-law, Venus Bonimy, father-in-law, Autry Newbold; step father-in-law, Charles
: Bonimy; brothers-in-law, Charles Jr. and Devuaghn Bonimy; sisters-in-law,
: Chakita and D'Vonnia Bonimy; cousins, Cheryll and Villiere Cartwright, Evan,
i Sr. and Jr. and Ryan Reid, Pauline and Henry Lightbourne, Darian, Rochelle and
Darchelle Creary, Christine, Dion and Brandon Bethell, I. Brent Creary, Julian
; and Nicola Reid, Nada , Melissa and Gerald Stuart Jr., Tanya Adderley, Glennis,
: Lisa, Davon, Darion Cydnay, Tahj, Eugene and Ricardo, Chinyere and Steven,
: Keith and Diedre, Bernadette, Monet, Tempra, Dereka and Kassida Lockhart,
Ava Munnings, Estella, Carmaine, Christine, Kandaisy, Aretha, Aleisha, Shantique,
: Cecil III, Cepal, Nikolaos, Carl Jr. Tristan, Tamara Torry, Nehemiah, Desmond,
: Michael, Marcellus, Laterio, Philip, Julian Ty, Kennedy, Brian, Dion, Timothy,
: Colin, Anthony, Omar, Chantel and Paul.

i Special friends including Stephanie Rolle and Larry and Christopher Burrows;
: godparents, Rodney Williams and Winifred Brennen; other relatives and friends
: including Lamount Miller, Enid Lockhart, Daniel Wallace, the families of Norma
i Adderley, Everette Evans, Sheila Johnson, Phillip and Dorothy Hilton, Paula
: Theophilus, Patrick Evans, Kelvin Leach, Mary Dames, Minnis, Elcock, Bowe,
: Moss, Hycinth Morrison of Palm Beach, Clayton and Carneta, Dennis Coleman
: Of New York, Canon and Mrs. Warren Rolle, Dr. Leslie and Beverly Culmer,
i Carnard Bethell, Peter Wilson, Violet Weech, Tod and Travis Watson, Sir Clement
: and Lady Maynard, Saunders, Newbold; Catherine Tinker, Barbara Pierre,
: Geneive Hanna, Evangeline McBride, Joan Clarke, Maxine, Nelson and Verna
: Burrows, Vanessa Whitney, Nola Adassa Elliott, The Bikers Association, The .
: Department of Immigration, St. Mary's Church family, The Nassav East Boulevard
; families, GWS Fiesta Travel family, and a host of other relatives and friends too
; numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau
, Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church
: form 10:00 a.m. unti! service time.



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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 17

) Bethel Brothers Morticians

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030

Nassau Street, P.O. Box N-1026

a FUNERAL SERVICES FOR |

DELORIS POITIER, 86

Cross

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in the



Street.

| Calvin Humes; in-laws, Ethel Poitier, Joanna Poitier
_ and Reuben Hamilton and godchild, Edna Russell.

of Kiki Street and.
formerly of Arthur's |
Town, Cat Island will |
be held on Saturday |
10:00 a.m. at Holy
Anglican.
Church, Soldier Road. |
Bishop Laish Boyd |
m and Rev. Beryl Higgs |
officiate.
Interment will be made |
Western.

eclery. “Nassau u Bethel, Sylvia Poitier and family, Cynthia Gibson,

_ Vera Chase, Lorraine Broxton, Nelson Stubbs, Sister

She is survived by her daughter, Louise "Meryl" |
Evans; brothers, Reginald and Sidney Poitier; sisters, | : :
Maude Hamilton Sa Gladys runes: adopted family, Henry Smith, Martin Smith, Nettie Bonaby,
children, Andrew Conliffe, Gary Cooper, Clinton | : :
and Allan Smith: grandchildren, Hen reet Yvonne | Norma Adderley, Sheila Johnson, Paula Theophilus,
Evans, Evette Evans and Ellsworth Evans, Charmaine :
Ferguson, Keli Smith, Kelcine and Greg Evans, |
Kevin Roberts, Marilyn, France, Pedro and Mark~
Smith; great-grandchildren, Bilal, Danya, Shavonne, | | ;
Chater: Siticcin Kelecia, Kasee; ee Christine | Burrows, Holy Cross Parish family and ACW, Father
Smith, Stephanie, Venesta, Pamela, Sherry, Aneka |
and Sydney Poitier, Gina Gauraige, Beverley |
| Henderson, Rachael, Bernadette, Willamae Stuart, |
Pam, Mac, Genie, Myra, Freddie Hamilton, Karen |
Johnson, Lauralean Dixon, Ethlyn Hamilton, Rosie |
Hadley, Dorita Thomas, Carol Upson, Debbie and |
Patricia Poitier, Barbara Hopkins, Pastry Wring, |
Ruby Smith, Cleata Whylly, May, Juliette Higgs, |
Paulette. Newton, Cookie, Doreen and Eleanor; |
nephews, Philip, Bruno, Michael, Patrick, Hartman, ©
Jeflery, Neczal Lan rsVenms, © eine, Pisens ! Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00

Paul, Cyprian and Chris Hamilton, Bernard and 9. 00a ae nti service time.

Other relatives and friends including Lean Poitier,
Ellsworth Poitier, Patrice Valentine, Olga Bethel,
Paula Holder, Elise Chase and family, Emma Poitier
and family, Gertrude, Julia, Jackson, Stanley and
Waymond Burnside, Hubert and Karis Orlander,
Beryl Huyler, Susan Marshall, Joyce Burgzorg,

Claudia Conliffe, Shirley Smith, Bernard Ferguson,

Strachan, Ormand Poitier and family, Alma Ferguson
and family, Juanita Poitier, Frank Smith, Delores
Cooper, Cynthia, Phemi, Merlene and Lee Poitier,
Richmond Bostwick, Joyce Dean, Louise Butterfield,
Betsy Demeritte, Michael Dean, Martinette Poitier-

Elva Williams and family, Lindburgh Williams,
Bronell Hinsey, Fretta Webb, Zona Moncur and

Lorraine Smith, Everette Evans, Patrick Evans,

Frankie Wilchombe, Cetta Strachan, Mya, Genee,
Luther Thurston, Bloneve Rahming, Anthony and
Norma Curry and family, Bishop Michael Eldon,
Bishop Laish Boyde and family, Father Andrew

Peter Scott and Father Warren Rolle and family,
Donella Bodie and staff of The Human Resource
section-Royal Bahamas Police Force; Nurse Forbes
and Community Nursing staff, Alfred Smith and
family, Jude Smith and family, Virgil Small and
family, Sheila Gibson and family, Christine Burrows
and family, Mrs. Abigail Rolle, Mrs. Farrington,
friends and neighbours of Kiki Street, Evans and

Farrington Roads.

Friends may pay their inst respects at Bethel Brothers

a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church fron





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2001 24ft Pantera boat,

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BBF #464
Honda Saber & Inspire,
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RIB #581
2006 NISSAN CILLIAN,

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BBF #471
2005 Honda Accord, i
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all 456-7301

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2002 Impala $ 9,500 ONO,
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BBF #463
2004 Dodge Dakoia quad cab
(silver), leather kit, 11K miles, only owner,
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condition, garage kept,
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PITTBULL PUPS FOR SALE
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RIB #457
pekingese female pups for sale.
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call 393-1372 or 393-1981 or ;
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“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
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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

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BBF #416

NEW 6 seater dinette,

purchased from El Dorado-Miami, landed

(Nassau) price $1,300.00 asking $900.00
359-2139

RIB #293

BBF #428
House for sale in Bel-Air ,

lot #5,
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RIB #198
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2 beige twin Captain kids bed sets, purchased from|

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M 359-2139

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RIB #533
PUPPIES FOR SALE
Bichon Frise, Males only
Also any breed by special order.
Tel: 361-3104 Cell: 424-0147

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125c¢
4,200.00

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RIB #492
.25 carat
Tel: 364-6027

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

RIB #530
TWO 2005 HONDA CBR 600 RR

Black and red Motor cycles

i $6,900.00
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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 23





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. 5
Bids to be submitted to
325-7777 or faxed to 328-2733

RIB #526
20FT BOAT AND TRAILER

115 HP Johnson O/B, New gas tank fish/depth
finder, marine VHF radio, complete new dive
compressor and accessories injcluded. Perfect
for diving/fishing
$6,900.000BO
Tel: 392-8746/ 636-9895

RIB #699
“THE MOTHER SHIP”
90' Korean/Fishing Processing Vessel
For Sale :
Bids to be submitted to
325-7777 or faxed to 3282733



Ri
Aluminum Large (Double) Gate 13'10" x 6'2"
(each side) -----$2000.00.
Aluminum Small Gate 7'4" x 6'2"
Aluminum Railing 23'4" x 4°
In good condition, purchased in 2003
Tel: 322-7793 / 393-2504.

NEW ENTERAINMENT
Standard Bamboo Folding Chairs,
available for sale $40.00 ea
or rental at $7.00 each
Call: 356-9323




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



TRIB #558

1997 WELLCRAFT

BLUE AND WHITE BOAT
* $16,500.00

TEL: 361-5032





Fridge & Stove
Combo:
White Whirlpool 22 cu.
ft. fridge w/ice.maker,
~ 5 months old, being
sold for $1,600-1,900
locally with Brand New
hi

ite Frigidaire
30" stove, non spill top
w/plug in clock and
timer, asking $1, 750.00
for combo 0.n.o
359-2139

BBF #450
Beautiful wooden four(4) pieces ASPEN

Pave Bedroom set for sale. Bed, Dresser,



ay

Call 322-6263 or 326-1196










Night stand and mirror, we shop anywhere in the world



BOAT FOR SALE

BBF #285
31ft Bertram Fiber giass boat,
200 Hp, Yamaha engines,
going cheap or will trade,
Call: 361-7917

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

RIB #532
27’ SAILING VESSEL BUCCANEER

BAYLINER
Live aboard, 3 cylinder diesel, rebuilt 2005
$5,000.00 ONO
Tel: 393-0566 or 636-1270

For Sale Cellular
Phones
Starting @ $80,
Motorola Slvr $250,
Motorola L7 $300,
Razr (Pink, Blue,
Black) $300, Motorola
Peb! $350, and. Many
More To Choose 5
From,
Call: 455-6856

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

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

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



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

RIB #329
ARTICLES FOR SALE 4
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

Tel: 328-6160













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RIB #556
1994 NISSAN PREMERIA
G-20 fast back, Gunmetal/Silver
with dark blue/grey interior, pwr wd/lcks/ alarm
Ac/race petals/clean kenwood CD/changer
ready mini-disc/oz rims. momo oak steering/shift
kit/apexi

$6,200.00
Tel: 325-2761 Cell: 565-4908 or 302-9324 View
at cardomani.com

RIB #564
1999 FORD EXPLORER, SUV
Blue with grey interior
$7,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition, AC, CD player,
power windows
Tel: 324-7505 Cell: 457-2324












RIB #565 :
- 2000 FORD F-150 XLT
Brown, Fully loaeded, mint condition, low miles,
cold AC, with CD player, functional hood scoop,
running boards, chrome accessories, runs great,
Dual exhaust
$13,500.00 ONO Price can’t be beaten
Call Prime 356-3953/ 552-8277 or 457-2791

TRIB #560
BLOWOUT SALE
1998 Chevy
Lumina. One Owner. Dark blue with
blue velvet interior. Power windows,
CD, etc. A giveaway at $2,800.00.
Telephone No. 557-1117.

2003 SUZUKI LIANA
Black with black interior 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

$10,500
1994 HONDA ASCOT Iridescent green
01

:900
2000 NISSAN SENTRA Black with gray interior $4,500
2005 SUZUKI IGNIS Gray with gray interior $9,500
Tel: 324-3710 Cell: 425-3527

RIB 557
1998 ISUZU RODEO
Cherry red with grey interioir
$6,500.00
Tel:392-03539 (h) Cell: 424-0719

RIB #563
1998 HONDA INSPIRE
Blue/green suede interior. Fully loaded, V6,
AC, 10 disc CD changer, woodgrain.
Excellent condition .66,000.00 ONO
Tel: 364-5998
Cell: 686-1310

RIB #291



RIB



48’ FISHING BOAT
871 Engine, 20 KW generator Isuzu
20,000 lb freezer, 12 ton freezer unit
13 ton freezer unit,
$85.000.00 ONO
Tel: 357-9688 or 325-4472

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 Gell: 525-2193 or 456-4255










RIB #572 :
2002 GMC SIERRA DELUXE
Red pick-up with tan interior, owner leaving
island will consider any and all offers!! new tires,
ps, pb, AC, radio w/Cd, leather seats and auto
trans. You need to see and drive
only $16.900.00
Call: 565-6840/322-8734



RIB #790 : .
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue wih grey interior
$4,200.00 OBO
Good running condition
Tel: 324-0903(H)
Cell: 434-3658 or 426-1973





RIB 297
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White with beige interior, 4 door sedan, p/w,
p/s, p/l AC, auto transmission. One owner
clifford intelliguard 700 alarm system w/engine
: kill switch $9,500.00 OBO
Right hand drive,
Tel: 394-2357 or 364-5285 after 6:00pm

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 #564
20’ FOOT SPANISH WELLS MARINA SKIFF
White & blue, 115 four stroke, Mercury with trailer
Bimini top, VHF, GPS And trap puller

:000.00
Tel: 364-8892 Cell: 422-6876/422-6876













THE TRIBUNE ~

RIB #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 wétrailer, E
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

BBF#452 :
21 ft Paramount Boat and trailer
with Johnson 275 hp,
asking $7,000
Call 636-3762

BBF #284
- 71/2 * 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

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 #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 #515 ;
2004 AVALANCE TRUCK

Leather interior, sunroof, rims and fully loaded
Please only serious inquires
Tel: 441-7699 or 351-4989

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.

1998 FORD F150
Black and Grey
$10,500.00
3 door, Larrcot-,Good condition
Tel: 361-4273 Cell: 436-9350
Price Neg

RIB #555
1999 FORD CONTOUR
Blue with tan interior, 4 door
$3,900.00 OBO
4 cylinder, 5 speed, AC, alarm,
new punch marine or car
Cd player 150
Tel: 436-2729/ 427-6060.

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 i am
@ 356-8536"

RIB #525
2001 YAMAHA 225 TT-R
Dirt Bike, Blue and white with helmet and other
accessories. Asking $2100.00
- Tel: 324-8978 Cell: 535-1158

RIB #527
2001 CHEVROLET IMPALA
Burgundy with Grey interior,
- Full power, cold AC, JVC, CD player,
3.4 liter,
V6, Very clean, clean title,
- $10,500.00 OBO
Serious enquiries only please
Tel: 364-2707
Cell: 454-4226



RIB #528.
1998 ACURA 1.5 WHITE
With grey interior ~
$5,000.00 ONO

Good condition, AC, sunroof, CD player and 4

door Tel: 324-3440 Cell: 426-4408

RIB #562 |
1998 ISUZA REODO, RED
4 WD, College student leaving Island

5 door , low miles, AC, CD radio,
Excellent Cobndition $2,500.00 ONO
Tel: 328-1744 Cell: 686-5863

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 25

RIB #544
1996 FORD EXPLORER
Black with gr ey interior
$6,500.00 ONO
Power windows, CD player, AC
Call: 424-3055
or 422-2643

1998 FORD F-150 White,
clean interior, automatic, cold AC, No dents,
Good tires, Car fax report- no accidents,
clean title
Just In From USA
$8,500.00
Tel; 328-2083

RIB #546
1996 NISSAN CEFIRO EXCIMO
White with light grey interior
$6,900.00
Auto, AC, PS. PB, PW, PL,
AM/FM cass
Runs and look excellent
Tel: 324-1328(h) 356-7848(w) Billy

RIB #546
1997 TOYOTA WINDOM
Pearl, two tone colour, Sunroof, clean tan
interior, New style, body, cold AC
Just In from Japan
-Priced for quick sale
$8,000.00
Tel: 328-2083

RIB #571
ART OF THE COVENANT
Attention churches, art of the covenant without
angles, $1200.00
_ Must see to appreciate
Tel: 357-7825 Cell: 436-2512

RIB #548
1997 MERCEDES BENZ C200
Elegence edition. Royal blue color ,4 door,
power locks/windows, black interior
$10,800.00
Just In From Japan
Tel: 328-2083

RIB #550
2002 MERCEDES SEDAN, C-180
Green with tan interior. Fully loaded,
gargage kept
Mint condition, Only one owner
$28,000.00
Tel: 544-9727

RIB #553
2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 2
Black with tan interior,

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 #554
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Silver with tan interior, Original chevy rims,
automatic windows & door,
AC, AM/FM, radio,
minor repair
$3,500.00 Asis
Tel: 393-0547 Cell: 423-8183



1999 TOYOTA RAV 4
White with grey leather interior
$14,000.00 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


























TRIB #475-
1999 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with gold leather interior
$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 #477
1994 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Maroon with grey interior, 4 door
$3,500.00 ONO
Good condition, AC working, clean interior
Owner leaving Island
Tel: 525-6850







RIB #478
2004 EDDIE BUEAR,
FORD EXPEDITION
Black with tan interior, fully loaded
$40,000.00
Tel: 424-4493 or 364-2440

RIB #481 ,
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne with brown interior,
4 door sedan $3,800.00 ONO
Power windows and mirrors,
sunroof, needs work.
Tel: 364-7423
Cell: 426-4762 or 395-3080



RIB

#506
2001 HONDA ACCORD, SEDAN
Grey with grey interior
$9,000.00 ONO
Good Condition
Tel: 557-5072 Cell: 357-7850

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RIB #485 i
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY WHITE,
In good condition power locks,
power windows, music system.
$3,500.00 OBO
Tel: 394-3801 after 6.00pm

CELL PHONES
-FOR SALE
Motorola Silvr

$ 240.00 |
Pink/Black
LG B-2150 $240.00

Motorola V6
$250.00

Nokia 3120
$180.00
Cell: 456-0935
MOTOROLA S

Le B-2480 |

RIB #489 .
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. sSerious inquires only
Tel: 544-8457

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
Automatic, clean good condition
Tel: 361-1274 Cell: 525-0016



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

Ny Pore ?re BOR FR Re a ar








RIB #494 :
2001 FORD MUSTANG
Dark green, Excellent condition, fully
loaded, sound system, 20” rims
$9,000.00
Phone 302-4892
Cell: 454-6512

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

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. Reduced to $5,800,
Tel: 324-0283



RIB #502
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



CENTRAL AIR
CONDITIONS UNITS!
Handles blowers and
condensers
in perfect working
order
5 Ton $1500.00,

3.Ton $1200.00,
3 Ton $1200.00
2 Ton $1100.00
Call: 394-3448 or
322-2207

or
P.O.Box N-614
Nassau,NP
















RIB #504




1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
Silver with black interior
$5,500.00
One lady owner, senis being imported , AC,
power everything
Tel: 557-2033















RIB #508
1998 NISSAN MAXIMA
Prizm green. with tan leather interior,
Sunroof, CD player, pioneer sound
sysiem,
power windows,
keyless entry, tints, AC.

Tei: 356-0544 Cell: 535-9400

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 goMieck 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



RIB #548
1994 HONDA CIVIC
Blue with grey interior, CD player,
' Good running AC,
license until December, Clean .
$2,800.00
Cell: 454-3859 / 544-5501





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

2004 GMC ENVOY
White with gray/black interior
$22,500.00
very nice in and out
Call: before its to late.
Tel: 557-3057

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



418
20” CHROME RIMS W/TIRES
5 hole boit pattern only.
Fits Chevy trucks & SUV's
Asking $1500.00 ONO. Tel: 341-8832



RIB. #472
1992 LEXUS LS 400
Black & grey
$3,500.00
Runs like a dream, fully loaded,
We sell all kinds of paris .








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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



3
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: 364-7611

RIB
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 #428 .
1995 CHEVY BLAZER
Green with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
AC, sound system,
Everything is power
Tel: 457-0734



RIB #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,
Arospeed spoiler, custom air intake, extra cold A\
R Rims, soound system (pioneer deck,
pioneer trance‘Mids & His, 1- Audiopipe
. . 12".subwoofer, -.. . ~
Tel: 436-2406 or 364-4953

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 27

RIB #435
1997 Lincoln Town Car
$5,500.00 O.N.O
Telephone 325-6847
Ask for Mr. Moss.



1993, and 1995

Toyota Coaster Bus,
For sale,-blue/white. make an offer,
good business opportunity,
all in good condition,
Call: 427-5460 or 361-0934



RIB #443
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA, GLE
Gold with tan leather interior
$8,500.00
Fully loaded, leather, sunroof,
Low mileage,
airbags, CD changer, smooth ride, alarm,
Ice cold Ac Must see to appreciate.
Tel: 565-6631



RIB #445

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 #483





1995 DODGE NEON

C, AM!’ | Green, 4 door, Equipped with AC, radio, manuel

windows and it is in very good condition
.< $2,500.00.(neg)





V6, 3000 engine, automatic, low mileage, power

Call anytime after 4 pm 324-4961

6
1998 MERCEDES ML 320, SUV
safe, reliable and strong
73,000 miles, well kept, American family car
$20,500.00
Call: CJ @455-2956

RIB #450
2002 IZUZU RODEO, LS
Navy blue with grey interior
$23,000.00 ONO
Fully loaded, One lady owner, 34K mileage
Tel: 364-6839 Cell: 357-3122



RIB #452
1999 TOYOTA WINDOM
Silver with grey interior
$13,000.00 OBO




seats & windows, AC, 6 CD changer, ABS,
airbags. Also for sale
1996 HONDA ACCORD, Tel: 328-2619





RIB #461

1996 CHEVROLET CAVALIER, BLACK
$3,700.00 OBO
4 cylinder easy on gas, AC, tape,
Tel: 324-6266
after 5pm

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





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TRIB #559
“BODY MAN SPECIAL”
1997 FORD EXPLORER ,
$1,800 OBO
hit hard in the front.
Can be used for parts or fixed.
leather interior, V8, engine, transmission , all

doors & interior in good condition. Hood, fender

& radiator support bar included in the price
Cell: 484-0062 or 425-7176

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
$5,000.00
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 #399
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY
Gold with beige interior
$4,000.00 ONO
Must see to appreciate.
Tel: 565-0197. or 477-4399



RIB #340
2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
$22,000.00 ONO, 74,000 mileage,
black, 4 door, automatic, power everything, grey
cloth interior, AM/FM/CD/Cassette player, factory
alarms, tinted windows.
Excellent condition, U must see to appreciate
Call: 558-4585 leave message

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)



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 #374
1994 NISSAN SENTRA
For sale Asking
$1700 ONO
Phone: 327-6746

or
454-8213



For Sale
-2006 Yahama YBR 125cc
3200km/1900miles
Almost brand new, runs great, low maintenance and
VERY Oe

$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



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 #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 636-160:

' Oh



"RIB #386




THE TRIBUNE

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



2000 DODGE NEON
$9,000.00
DVD System, music system, rims and
body kit
Tel: 455-8203

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA

Black with tan leather interior,

$10,000.00.
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

ZL

RIB #391
1995 VOLK WAGON PASSAT GXL

Dark grey ree interior

Power everything: 2,500 watt sound system pionee:
subs, drop low, lig

tings graphics, moon roof Black

leather interior, remote start, VR6, standard shift
Tel: 328-1744 Cell: 525-0803

Price negotaibe

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



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BBF #460

1993 Honda Civic,
Ac, Cd player, pwr window, locks,
price $2,500
Call 328-0002 or 426-9862

BBF #461
2002 Honda CRV jeep,
fully loaded, 1 owner, low mileage,
sunroof, cd player, AC, pwr window &
locks, garage kept,
owner leaving
price $22,500 ONO
Call 456-5466

HAIR BRAIDING
WEAVING ‘$50,
BRAIDS $20, TWIST
$50

SHINGLES $40 AND
UP, CALL US NOW
TO GET YOUR HAIR
DONE FOR THE
SUMMER

: GLO
3943423/3955686

F $409.



Chevy 1500 — 5-10's,

priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2 -








B #305
- 2001 MITSUBISHI, RED
convertible with beige interior,
30,000.00 miles Duty paid.
Excellent condition. Will consider

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BBF $434
2003 Nissan Altima,
fully loaded, leather interior, sun roof,
20" chrome rims
$15,000 ONO
Call 364-4810 or 436-3601

$
1995 — 1999 Toyota Windoms,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call 325-0881/2

BBF $441
2004 Nissan Senira B-15 Model,
priced’. from $13,500,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF#338_
16-17 Feet boat, Solid Hull,
inside interior needs work,
$1,000 ONO,
Call: 424-1886



RIB #33








1995 NISSAN SUNNY
3,000.00



Light blue with grey interior ,4 door sedan

Nice car, runs great, sound system ready ef
se wr whelis36422247-Celli 436-6804. mien, He

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RIB #520
1995 CAMEO RED
Sunroof, air condition, in good condition
$5,500.00
Tel: 341-5277
Cell: 426-4893/ 434-0165

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

R
1995 BMW 5301,
Silver, clean, black leather interior, Sunroof,
power windows and locks, TV/navigative.
system and rims executive car
Just In From US. $8,500.00
Tel: 328-2083



RIB #359
2002 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
Light blue with grey interior
$16,500.00 offer
Fully aan









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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)

RIB #262
1994 NISSAN CIVILIAN
Blue with red interior, 6 cylinder, AC
30 seater passenger bus.
$11,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0103 Cell: 436-7411

RIB #289
2003 FORD EXPLORER
Fully loaded, Excellent condition
Just in from the US
$15,900.00
Tel: 324-4416 Cell: 424-4080



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 sysiem...
20” chrome wheels.

Cell: 565-2884 or 322-5525

BIR

TRIB #296
1999 FORD RANGER XLT
Champaigne, dual cab
$6,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition,
New spray top, recently serviced
Tel: 328-3953
eRe Cellr525+1563% 4

2 xteatars tener 4,










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

BBF #435
1993 Toyota Windom, black,

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AC, CD player, clean interior, $3,500 ONO ,

1997 Dodge Neon, AC,CD player, tints,
$3,800 ONO, 2000 Chevy Malibu ,
sliver grey interior, 16" rims $ 7,500.

call 364-3378 after 5pm
or 326-6535 from 9 to 5

.©99 Ford Taurus s,
aliabie at Sanoin !Viotors
| * Gan: 325-0881/2



Nissan Serenas and Larros,
- Deisel model 7pass,

; available at Manpin Motors
Call 325-0881/2

BBF #440

1995 — 2001 Honda Accord,

available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

RF #445








ice $3,000 ONO. -








BBF #436
Ford Explorer XLS,

locks, good condition, $7,000

Call 454-3271 or 326-8452. 395-6508
leave a message

BBF #437

2005 — 2006 Kia Picanto,
priced from $11,500 with balance of factory
/ warranty available
Available at Sanpin Motors - -

Call: 325-0881/2

white with grey interior, Ac, pwr windows &



BBF #446
1997 Ford Explorer XLT,
fully loaded, excellent condition,
only 2000 miles, price
$6,500
Call 394-6369 or393-5259

BBF #459
1999 Chevy Astro Cargo Van,
excellent condition, cd, alarm, ac, tints, start engine
from outside, great for business or pleasure, 2 door /
~ ~sliding door nenslip rubber inside
' Cail 357-4985 or 364-2085

1697 Cherokee Jeep, green,





























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BBF #455








2000 34ft scarab.sport,
twin 225 evinrude 370 hrs Boat and Motors, chart
plotter, fish finder, xm satellite radio, VHS, fresh water
wash down, live wells ,toilet, sleeps 2 , life vests,

BBF #448
1995 Plymouth Voyager
7 seater, price














$1,200 .Nassau to Exuma in 30 minutes,
Call 325-7173 $55,000.00

Call 324-2865 or 424-4301



BBF #456
1999 Honda Civic Ex,
1998 Hyundai Accent , DVD/CD player, standard shift, AC,
needs transmission work, price excellent condition, asking
~ $1,200, $7,000 ONO.

good condition Call 454-5502 or 323-6623
Call 325-7173 .







BBF #449








BBF #451 naust intake.

yer, pwr everyining

Call 364-4484 or 636-2455 also
fissan Altima, CD plaver,

fe dcor handies,

Ar





silver. automatic
Windows, !OCks,



aver, good condition
OBO











BBF #454
1994 Toyota Lexus,
leather interior, AC, sun roof,
CD/DVD player, sound system

$8,50 ONO.
Call 364-2731 or 425-1008 ©








BBF #458
1999 Nissan Altima,

just in from the US, good miles,

AC and tape, clean, $6,500

Call 357-4985 or 364-2085



BBF $432
1998 Honda Accord,
2 dr, black leather interior,
18" rims, AC, pw windows, pwr RI#S47
seats, sein eee ORD EXPLORER ont CD
Pwr locks, clean title, BE ee GORE
- $8,500. $3,900.00

_| ‘Also 1996 NISSAN-SUNNY, Runing ‘good $2,700.00

“No problem. Tel: 454-3859 cell? 544-5501 ~



“Call 426-8883 or 359:7597 ~-



Saas EON

BBF #414 |
2001 Ford Focus's,
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.

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 from $9,900,
available ai Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2





BBF #427



2006 Honda Civic,

Hatch back, AC, 17" chrome rims, CD player,
sound sysiem,

Price $6,090

ate Call 456-0978 or 423-5200. oe

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BBF #418
1999 Lincoln Town Car Limousine
_ 120 inch stretch, must see to
appreciate, immaculate condition,
Call: 364-0264,
325-8435 or 422-2565

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 #431,

| 2002 Nissan Sentra, burgundy,

: 4 dr, tints,

18” chrome rims, Cd piayer, in
excellent condition,
asking $8,500.

Cail 426-4423 or 454-5361.
serious inquiries only

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 31

BBF #428

2004 Honda Crv Viec,
6 CD changer, leather interior, 18,000 miles,
sun roof, spare tire never used,
price $24,500
Call 477-3444 or 324-2865

1993 BMW 318l,
right hand drive, dark grey, 4 dr, 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 4dr, AC, pwr windows
& locks, low miles, automatic transmission,
excellent condition,
asking $8,800
Call 327-4596

2002 ESCALADE,
BURGANDY, $24,000 MILES, ASKING
$45,000,

"REAL NICE RIDE"

CALL 434-3055.

BBF #433
1999 Chevy Monte Carlo LS, red,
fully loaded, pwr everything, CD player , clean,
asking. $6,000
Call 393-5900 or 426-1823



2002 Honda Civic Sedan LX,
silver, Cd player & tape deck, AC,
excellent condition
$14,000
Call 341-8617 or 434 — 9898

BBF #432
2006 PT Cruiser, red, going for $26,900,
trade in as down payment also accepted.
Call 325-5016

BBF #434
Ford Explorer XLS ,
white with grey interior, AC, pwr windows &
locks, good condition,
Call 454-3271 or 326-8452,
call 395-6508 & leave a message

. 1998 Wrangler Jeep,
white, 4*4, driver & passenger air bag, fully
loaded,very cool AC,
$7,500 ONO
Call 328-7848



1983 Honda Accord,
price to go $450.00 runs
Call 325-7173





Complete Central 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

BBF #386
2001 F-150,

dark blue, fully loaded, 4-dr, A/C, CD,
$13,000,
Call: 325-6500 or 457-2526

BBF #387
1994 Grand Cherokee,
red, leather, pwr steering, 10 disc CD changer,
in excellent condition,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 325-1036 ask for Bernie

2000 Nissan Exterra,

Nissan xterra, grey interior, 4 wheel drive,
factory alarm, cd player, new paint job,
$14,900 ONO
Call 436-4517 or 361-5651

F #3:
1998 Nissan Sentra ,
4 dr. sound system, grey interior,pwr window,
new paint job, cd, player, alarm system,$6,000
with rims & sound system

- 45,500 w/o.rims; $5;000 w/o sound system -

Call 436-4517 or 361-5651

PAGE 32, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006

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

1996 Honda Accord EX,
automatic, A/C, cd player, excellent
condition, asking
$5,3000BO,
also 1997 Elantra, asking
$4,500,

_ Call 364-0254 or 325-8435 o:
422 — 2565



BBF #396
2001 Nissan Altima,
one owner, low miles,
$5,500,
call:. 8326-4239

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)

Gees
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




BBF #402

Nissan Primera,s,
priced from $4,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call.325-0881/2 - -.








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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.

Live
BBF #406
Honda Inspire,
priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors, - ©
Call: 325-0881/2.

BBF #407
1999 — 2003 Foi'd Rangers,
priced from ${',295 and up,
available at Sandin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2



BBF #408

2003 — 2004 Ford F-15C's.

2 and 4 door models, pricea trén;
$18, 900 and up 3

Available at Sanpin.Motor.s..,

Call 325-0881/2



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\IBBF #359 -
1994 Rea Ray Sundancer 50 ft..
2 owners since new, twin Detroit T-

BBF #334 671's..1320hrs..serviced by Diesel Power,











2003 Honda Civic, new custom hard top with full enclosures, new | |BBF #366
ask for Mr. Butler 18" rims, frig, stereo, tv, XM throughout, rebuilt 14kw 1995 Nissan Sentra,
askin $1 4.000 Kohler generator.... too many extras to list. AIC, very good condition, full pwr, runs great,
g ’ , asking 279k ono, 364-7921 nites 393-2437 $4,000 OBO,




Call: 364-3334 or 535-7291 days, 457-2437 cell Call:394-2285 or 558-2136

BBF #344 z
2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport,
20" chrome rims, sound system,
A/C, alarm, clean int.
$17,500 ONO,
Call: 477-3105 or 455-3233

BBF #367
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 #361
2000 Honda Accord,
dark green, low mileage,
extra clean, automatic,
$9,500 ONO,
Call: 477-3105 or 455-3233



BBF #358 :
BBF #368
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,
clean title, 18K miles, fully loaded, excellent
condition, one inspected,
0

,000,
Call: 322-2316 or 456-7301

1GB White iPod Nano,
Brand New in Box, ate Wireless Transmitter for],
ar
Incase Protective Case with Arm Band,
Everything going-for $250.00,
Phone 324-8444

BBF #365 -
Just in from U.S. 2005 Ford Escape
under 8K miles, fully pwr, CD, A/C, clean title,
$26,500 ONO
Call: 328-1130 or 434-2700












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 #360
1999 Acura 3.0CL Coupe $8800 -
Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Leather bucket seats, fully
pwr, Driver Side Power Seat, Driver's Side Air Bag, Trip}
Anti-Lock Brakes, Heated Seats, Security Features, Air
Conditioning, MP3 Player with remote, Bose sound
system, Wood Grain Dash, Map Light, Moonroof,
Passenger Side Air Bag,
1996 HONDA CIVIC $5500,
1996 INFINITI 130 FULLY LODAED
$7200 obo. 3246922 ALL CLEAN TITLES

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



2001 Nissan Xterra SE,
JUST ARRIVED,
Blue with Grey Interior
,;CD/AC/Power/Automatic,
$14,000 ONO,



BBF #378



1996 Chevy Lumina,
Blue with Grey Interior
NEW PAINT, CD/AC/Power,

$4000.00 ONO, -
Phone 324-8444 or 392-1221
Cl eg after Samii e >

2001 Honda Civic EX,
2-dr coups, red, fully loaded, fully pwr, sunroof,
A/C, CD, $9,500 ONO, 2001 Infiniti i30, features
of a Maxima but better, a must see, pwr




everything, $12,000
>, guGall. 525-3465 on 864-6908

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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 33









American & Japanese Vehicles,
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

1999 Rodeo,
full accessories,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 325-0983, 426-3253 or 364-3900

Just in from Japan,
1996 Honda Civic, license & inspection,
tinted windows, alarm system,
very low miles, $6,500,
Call: 357-4985 or 364-2085

BBF #403



Honda Civics,
price starting $4,995 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,



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RIB #476
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 #286
1995 Toyota Windom,
RHD, excellent condition,
never driven in the Bahdmas,
$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

bate
BBF #295
1999 Honda Odyssey Van,
green, full loaded, fully pwr, bucket seats
very clean,
Call: 323-8970 or 365-8918



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1

BBF #296 5
Caterpillar OEM

! or After market parts,

BEST PRICES, Truck & Tractor Parts,

Call: 305-776-8390 or 305-433-7004

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,
solid wood kitchens, w/solid surface,
oak/pickle/cherry etc. 60% down $299 a month
.- Interior designs for shops and offices,
all: 636-9776

BBF #325
2000 Tahoe,
fully pwr, Ithr, 24" rims, sound system,
$23,500
Call: 454-4733 or 364-4910

BBF #328
1999 Chevy Silverado Z71 4X4,
Lift Kit, Rims & Tires, Good Condition,
$19,000 O.B.O.
Ph.324-6605 or 457-2676




BBF #331
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,
Call: 328-2511 or 422-4405

BBF #335 .
2000 Dodge Durango,
A/C, CD, Ithr int. seats 7 persons,
remote alarm,
$12,500, 5,

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Cail: 359-0560 or 324-5869



BBF #342






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BBF #337

2000 Tahoe,
fully pwr, Ithr, 24" rims,
sound system,
$23,500
Call: 454-4733 or 364-4910

BBF #339
1997 Honda Accord
for sale and
Chevy Monte Carlo
“for sale,
both extremely clean,
Call: 326-1106

BBF #341
1999 Lexus
20" rims, 2400 amp, very clean in
& out, $20,000,
Call: 455-8601 or 565-4422



2005 Ford F-150,
remote start & page alarm, full face
CD, DVD, TV play, chrome setting,
24" rims, 27K miles,
$47,000,
Call: 455-8601 or 565-4422



BBF #343
1999 sports Honda Accord,
red, sunroof, A/C, Ithr int. CD, alarm, keyless
entry, fully pwr, standard shift, in excellent
condition, only one owner,
$9,800 ONO,”
Call: 8359-2946



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views. $440,000. MLS#5722 8,000 ‘sq.ft. single family lot] overlooks the 7th green hole on | 4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft] EMERALD COAST: Proposed | TOWNH In excellent







































REDUCED! : Fourplex. Kool | $130,000 MLS#5513 the golf course. Private & quiet, | Commercial zoning $3,240,000 | ated community in tranquil] condition. Features include
Acres. 2 — 2 bed, 1 bath units, | VENICE BAY. Multi family | within walking distance to golf, | #437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on autounciigs. Starting 1B. OB COa Wed cldeets, | Seeuny
2nd floor 1 bed, 1 bath unit & 1 | corner lot. $135,000] beach, tennis & clubhouse. | the beach & about 250 ft, .858 | 103' $96,000 system, c/air, generator, own






bed, 1 bath cottage. Enclosed,| MLS#5550. Other lots with
excellent condition. $300,000. | owner financing from
MLS#5524 $710/month.

Pilot House Condo — 2 bed, 2] CORAL HARBOUR- 7,992 sq.
bath, pool, gym, conference | ft. $80,000, Fiveplex $125,000
room, gated - $199,000.00|South Ocean Estates —

CORAL HARBOUR: 67' X| water system, family room, fully
$2,600,000 of an acre. $3,650,000 130 opp. Séa. “Cleared. for e nclosed yard, carport,
#19 Camperdown, 4 bed, 3 1/2 Rentals uilding. $90,000. 000. ;
bath. Lovely, spacious family | #1954 Sandyport, gorgeous 3 vente SUBD: Opp. Old bane: b. ISLAND: 3
home. Large- fruited garden|bed, 7 1/2 bath’ townhouse. |For Bay in gated community 5 rooms 3 ane Penthouse
w/pool Quite, safe family| Newly decorated w/ stainless} 140! x 160' Apt. sites, zoned | $925,000. 3 bedrooms 2 baths






































































MLS#5689 Starting at $94,500 MLS#5471 |orientated area. Walk-in] appliances, Jacuzzi _tub. | fo" 6 units. $275,000. condo. — $695,000 furnished.
PARADISE ISLAND. Ocean | Port New Providence — Gated } condition. “REDUCED!] Wraparound verandah & suSeUCUM = 100 oAety at eat with age of Harbour and
Club Residences. 3 bed, 3.5} canal community. Pool, tennis | $850.000 fenced in landscaped garden, peer ooning t eee eee elevator & stairway access,
bath condos with top quality] courts, beach access. Starting] ©. 4 40ft dockage $5,000p/m cn 2 oe hore CEA BEACH/WEST BAY:
finishes, “harbour and ocean | at $455,000 MLS#5460 #1790 Lyford Cay, 4 bed, 4| #1930 Towers, Cable Beach, Aa St oes, Five-|#41636 A different. kind of
views. Call for availability and | Winton Heights — Large single | 1/2 bath, spacious, executive| walking distance to all lex [als 11426 eft $138 ouD: Townh 6 bed Mm aire
poalt . MLS#2156. family lot ($15,499 sq. ft.). All} style home, overlooking golf] amenities. Recently renovated OO S66 sift st as :000; ae ore Mio a
ARADISE ISLAND. Ocean | utilities Asking $130,000 course. 16ft ceilings & marble] 2 bed, 1 bath w/ unobstructed SATIRE oe a6 Dninovek a ae Sine Wil ered
Place’ Condos. 2 & 3 bed | MLS#5453 floors in an open plan designed | ocean view. Gated w/ lovely | 5- C. ao oe oe Private: ._iParning u an at 4
residences w/harbour views,|Cowpen Rd. Commercial. to give panoramic views of the | sandy beach, pool. Furnished 575 000: ay Bide Sit community. C ake
gourmet kitchen, fitness center, | 3.45 Acres. $730,000. Can split|‘prestigious golf - course. | $2,800p/m $ 0000! , Ss Silos ane ‘ enera
pool, concierge services. into two 1.72 Acre parcels. | $3,300,000 #135 Eastern Rd. idyllic, island aoe. cian Cay. S072 ait fo ees be “3563. ono poo!
Startin at $865,000. | $365,000 each. MLS#5629 : : style 2 bed 2 bath cottage. With os Sune BE ett 9 Ono: LOV BEACH: #1311 10.000
MLS#2095. Clearview Subdivision — CONDOS beach access & breathtaking a fe 6,521 s/t $340,000; ee eather Tf leeene
Blair Estates — 4 bed, 3 bath | Opposite Old Fort. single family | #1895 Chertsey, well. situated | sea views from the master bed, 175 000 E fi eauutul de ah 5
home, a/c, pool, security. Fully | 163’x 100’ in an exceptional] on Cable Beach, 2 bed, 2 bath | wraparound. covered verandah Shin SEAS: 80' 460! bounce ive ee epee wi Ne
furnished. Cureney leased. | quiet and private }condo in great complex & sun deck. A real rare find. | oo io 95 000 . SB it a i. ona :

$450,000. MLS#550: neighbourhood. Asking | w/communal_ pool overlooking] $3000p/m luplex lots $95,000 each. eer oo fan: ig ae
Soldier Road-North Fourplex:| $130,000 MLS#5329 the ocean. Open plan living & | #499 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 3 Wrary, large — poor, maid's

‘i SINGLE FAMILY LOTS: quarters. $2 million.
bath, harbourside condo. World) jaCARANDA: in gated|SEA BREEZE: | #2269 5
entry pool, fitness centre, | Community opp. Old Fort Bay. | bedrooms 3-1/2 baths house in

1—3 bed/2bath, 1-2 bed/1bath, | Indigo — new gated community, | dining w/ separate kitchen &
and 2-1 bed/ibath units. Full} 7,582 Sq ft Single Family, close | covered terrace. Sold
occupancy, _ monthly income|to beach. Asking $182,000 | furnished. $289,000

3 ; 5 ; ition. living
$3600. $385,000. MLS#5458 . | MLS# 5695 #1056 West Grove Phase 2,2] stunning’ | ocean views. | WO lots 110' x 180' each|good condition. Large
Love Beach — Luxurious 3 bed TISLAN NT bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well | 7,000p/m $195,000. 90' x 120' $120,000. | room, kitchen with breakfast

3.5 bath apartments. on|EXUMA — Bahama Sound #3} constructed, in sought after
beautiful beach. Starting at| 6,539 sq. ft. $20,000. #5693 | area. 2 storey w/ spacious
$499,000 MLS#0342 LITTLE EXUMA. 0.5-1 acre} interior. . Communal pool,
South Ocean — Luxury 2 bed, | lots with exquisite ocean and} sundeck w/ Jacuzzi. $318,000. .
2 bath. townhouse on. the | bay views. Elevations up to 60’.
beach ‘pre-sale $650,000. | From $34,245. MLS#5568. #1856 Sendypor - 3 bed, 3
#5567 Russell Island — acre elevated } bath condo. Third floor w/ sea
SANDYPORT — Immaculate 3 | waterfront lot, gorgeous views | views from bedroom, living area
bd, 4 bth furnished canal | $240,000 MLS#5478 & terrace., Spacious & airy.
cond. large attic stucy, open EITTLE ExUNA — lot next to oe old tuaniehed aero
iving/dining: area, overlookin topic Oo vancer eac! arbour Breeze, 14 f 7 . - ;
water, dock. $580,000. MLS | $40,000.00 #5720 bath luxury condo in upmarket] ocean view & sea access ens SEAROGE aco: foe ave Tae wens
#5685 Rock Sound. One acre parcel | harbourside complex... Home | 2,000p/m ome on sift and up. starting rons ei and, ‘ooreslain
Old Towne Sandyport — 3}0n QH $35,000 w/financing. | owners here enjoy breathtaking | #580 Eastern Rd, 3 bed, 2 AT a aTTEGITES Gated| tiled ‘floors, beau Pi salon
bed, 3 ? bath condo, modern | 50° acres $300,000.00 | views, large comfortable rooms, | bath cottage, located on, a : 18.371 oon Versace-inspired pool. Located
interior, ocean/canal views and | w/financing. convenient covered ‘parking, | gated beachfror.’ estate. Use of ean son 76 4 sift $92 $00 on hillto oon oe Views. and
boat slip. $495,000. MLS #] Rock Sound, Knowles Hill -—3] basement storage, oversized | dock & beach, w/ lovely ocean ara FOR’ BAY: Premiere. more Waset sell. Main house
5728 adjacent lots 90’ x 170’ -| zero entry pool, hydrotherapy | views. $3,500p/m hi hae taal hie silos Blok plus: extra:lot “AM for
Cable Beach — Comfortable 2 | $25,000 each MLS#5697- spaffitness center $1,700.000 | #1933 Palmdale, 3 bed, 2 bath, Sade eS) ES eral tent $925 050 :

bed, 1 bath townhouse with} Whale Point - lot 9,030 sq ft] #1934 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 1] Spacious and well kept | B00 renege rs on 10.808|SUNRISE BEACH: Two
arden. —_ Monthi income | $65,000 MLS#5727 bath condo in small 4 unit} furnished home for rent. ot Hk ioasa ok 0 825°000 compleied:. jownhouses; 2
1,800. $206,000. MLS #5733 | Andros Beach — Colony} complex on quiet street. Lovely| Enclosed yard & carport, nba lots ar $ ilabl conecms 2-1/2 baths. Property
Cable. Beach Waterfront | Acreage — 8.5 acre parcel with | pool/patio area. Gated w/ visual | security screens. Huge master SwIN KES: Oo x 104! oned for 6 units. Hi bcaatner:
Condos. -Two and Three] road frontage $85,000 | surveillance on each unit.|bed & new washer/dryer. ° z :

11,221 s/t lot already cleared | nook, garage, landscaped yard
bath, canal pt cbitace wrowa | fof Builidng$115,000. with fruit trees, $349,000.
dockage & beach open plan EMERALD COAST: —_In{|KOOL ACRES #2108 Neat 3
living/ ining/kitchen 6,000p/m proposed gated community 90'| bedrooms 2 baths house on 55'
#1921 Sandyport, 3 bed, 3} %X103' Starting at $92,000. X 125' lot with room to expand.
bath, Brand new, 2 storey] CORAL HARBOUR: 80! X 110'} $178,000.
townhouse, enormous rooms, | 27 Canal $250,000. BEL AIR: 4 bedrooms 2-1/2
lots of natural light 5,000p/m ||PORT NEW PROVIDENCE | baths house. Study, family &
#267 Cable Beach. 2 bed, 2 #1371 17,576 s/f in gated | utility rooms, enclosed
bath ‘spacious Screened | in | Waterfront and canal | yard. Needs TLC. $199,000.
porch. Communal pool w/ community. $576,000 EASTERN ROAD: #2289

































its avai ity. $500,000.

bedroom units available. 1,910 | MLS#5596 Tastefully decorated & fully | Centrally located $1,900p/m. || FROM $120,000. Afew left! | community. $500,
+ sq ft. Starting at $386,000. | Stanlard Creek, Andros- 2]... ”| #1040, Carefree, Cable | SOUTH SEAS: 75' X 100’ and ee HOS tea
MLS #5683 acres beach front $650,000 | furnished. $236,000 Beach, 2 bed, 2 bath, stylish !3rger starting from $80,000. | Recently renovated two-storey
‘Dick’s. Point. 23 bed] #5657 Graham Real Estate oceanfront condo w/ sea view. |INDIGO SUBD: 90° X 115' [APARTMENT BUILIDNG with
townhouses with —_docks, | Sunset Ridge, Andros - 1 acre __ Call 356-5030 or Gorgeous pool & beach oat oe ed x OF eo room 1 ba
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RESIDENTIAL
MILLAR'S HEIGHTS! Very
spacious home located in quiet
subdivision of southern New
Providence. 4bd/2bt home w
entry porch, living room, dining
room, sitting room, — study,
kitchen, utility room maid's
quarters with bathroom and
storage. Web Ref: 10196.
Price: $245,000

CHERRY GARDENS SUBD!
Triplex located in good
‘neighbourhood just after Sir.
Milo Butler's Highway
consisting of three 2 bed
apartments with 1 bath. Web
Ref: 9651. Price: $270,000

COW PEN RD! Two (2) acre
tract of land south of Cow Pen
Road. Web Ref: 562083.
Price: $480,000

OLD FORT! This prime lot on
the canal at Old Fort Beach
looks directly down the mouth
of the canal allowing great
privacy. It provides the perfect
spot to build your home in this
exclusive community. Approved

lans included for a 4,500 SF

ome. Web Ref: 562106.
Price: $543,000

LYFORD CAY! Large wooded
corner lot in — exclusive
community. Web Ref: 9637.
Price: $610,000

PARADISE ISLAND! Condo

boasts Nassau Harbor views
and convenient access to
Atlantis Resort and Casino,
world-class dining & white sand
beaches. Community features
native landscaping, pool and
patio & assigned parking.
3bd/3.5bt + Mediterranean-style
villa features tile flooring, lots of

windows and vaulted
ceilings.\Web Ref. 562096.
Price: $775,000

WEST BAY ST! Oceanfront

villa on rock cliff in western
New Providence. Completely
renovated 3bd/3.5bt colonial
home boasts designer touches,
including new European kitchen
and bathrooms. Pool
resurfaced with mosaic tiles.
Other amenities include walk-in
closets, appliances, hurricane
shutters, one-car garage, two
3-ton central air units and
washer/dryer. Web Ref. 8357.
Price: $1.175M

FORT CHARLOTTE! 3-acre
hilltop location provides
fantastic setting for 11-structure
complex housing approximately
60,000 SF of viable commercial
space. Numerous _ stylishly
architected executive offices
and suites eagerly await
additional loca: or national
businesses. Web Ref. 3110.
Price: $4.599M

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealiy.os

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RENTALS
SPRINGFIELD ROAD! Newly
built 3bd/2bt duplex unit located
near schools, shopping &
transportation. Features include
central air, alarm system, tiled
floors throughout, Jacuzzi tub in
master bedroom and more.
Web Ref: 9232. Price: $1,500

p/m

SEA BEACH ESTATES!
Charming spacious family
home in quiet area completely
renovated with new open
kitchen and _ tiled floors.
Amenities include laundry
room, new central a/c, enclosed
yard, carport and lots of
closets. Offered furnished. Web
Ref: 9983. Price: $2,000 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Immaculate &
spacious 2bd/2.5bt townhouse.
Comfortably furnished. Private
back yard & ae Web Ref:
10306. Price: $2,200 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
2bd/2bt condo with spectacular
ocean views. Features include
a washer/dryer and access to a
pool and beach. Excellent
condition. No kids. No pets.
an Ref: 6906. Price: $2,400
im

SANDYPORT! Newly
refurbished, 2nd floor, 2bd/2bt
canal front condo located in the
popular gated community of
eastern New Providence.
Condo has an open floor plan
with a large living-dining area &
the balcony provides a private
view of the canal. Features
includé assigned parking &
pores Fully furnished. Web
Ref: 10110. Price: $3,000 p/m

EASTERN ROAD! _Idyllic
2bd/2bt island cottage with
ocean views. Features include
central air and tiled floors
throughout. Offered fully
furnished. Web Ref: 6766.
Price: $3,500 p/m

EEA ORTE POINT!
rgeous townhouse featurin
-5bt, fully + renovated,
Saati water views and
more. Offered furnished. Web
Ref: 9385. Price: $3,900 p/m

TREASURE COVE! Beautifully
furnished 3bd/2bt home that is
ready to move into
immediately. Tiled and
carpeted throughout, central
air, lovely garden patio, privacy

fencing and more. Ample
storage areas. Web Ref:
10219. Price: $4,800 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www. bahamasrealty.bs

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NASSAU LOTS
3666 Eastern Road:
Development property
comprising of 4.4 acres, perfect
for a privat

3654 Blake Road: 7.052 acres
ideal for commercial use or
development of

Townhouses. Close to
shopping districts and the
airport. $2,100,000.

3707 Old Fort: Gorgeous lot

(12,000 sq. ft.) with all utilities,

a 35 ft.

dock already installed,

approximately 100'+ on the

canal. $775,000.

3693 Watercolor Cay: 9,260

sq. ft. with 73' ft. on the

canalfront and

dockage to accommodate a 50'

boat. $460,000.

3630 Sandyport: Approximately

8500 sq. ft., canalfront and

secluded. Great

gated community. $376,000.

3765 Jacaranda Close:

Waterfront properties with boat

dockage available in

exclusive Sandyport. Prices

range from: USD $160,000 to
$210,000.

Sizes range from: 3,315 sq. ft.

to 4264 ay ft.

3585 rchard Terrace:

posdennal 10,639 sq. ft. lot.

$195,00

OUT ISLAND LOTS

3697 Bakers Creek: Beachfront

2 acre parcel, offering 980 ft. of

beach.

$975,000.

3784 Harbour Island: Elevated

property (100x92), Water and

electricity

available. USD$606,000.

3804 Eleuthera: 11.97 acres

ideal for commercial, retail or

residential

subdivision. 200 ft. on the

highway and 2243 ft. deep.

$360,000.

3712 Staniard Creek: 1.7 acre

parcel featuring 132' of

waterfront. All :

utilities available. $205,000.

2659 Indian Hole: Beachfront

2.19 acreage. All utilities. in

place with the

exception of water and features

105' of beachfront. $265,000.

3634 Lubbers Quarters:

Vacant lot almost 1/4 acre lot.

Electricity, and

phone are available at property.

$48,000.

3694 Governors Harbour:

Residential lot 10800 sq. ft.

(100x108). $47,600.

3768 Little Exuma: 3 vacant

properties offered for sale at

$40,000 each.

Electricity and phone are

available. Priced for a very

quick sale!

ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 394-1494 or
(242) 393-1811
info@eradupuch.com
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PARADISE

Treasure Cove 4163-
Beautiful lot just across the
street from the ocean.
Perpetual views and_ genile
breezes! . Build your dream
home now! $179,000
Paradise Island _2227- Nice
2/2 villa with pool near the
beach and the One and Only
Ocean Club. Great rental
potential! $495,000 s

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Treasure __ Cove __1216S-
Furnished 3 bedroom / 2
bathroom “Paradise” model.
Open plan, custom kitchen,
crown moldings, Ig. master
suite w/ cedar. lined walk in
closet, 1 car garage and more!
$409,000 Gross

lub_Residen n
Marina- Paradise Island's
most. prestigious residence.
First 2 buildings sold out! Don’t
miss. this unique opportunity!
Starting at $1,850,000 Call for
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Montague Villas 2220- Newly
renovated 2/1.5 townhouse in a
gated, centrally located
community. Great location,
great price! $200,000

Camperdown _1164- Partially
furnished 4/3 on_ elevated,
enclosed property. Custom
kitchen, top. of the = line
appliances, newly tiled, custom
moldings and more! Reduced
$475,000

in 2167- ‘Partially
furnished, 4/3.5 canal front
townhouse with — enclosed
Bahama room, spacious patio,
dock and more! $599,000
Ocean Place 2143-° Paradise
Island’s newest, most exclusive
residence. World class finishes
and amenities! Now taking
reservations. Starting from the
low $800,000's to over 2
million.

-Lots-
Old Fort Bay 4162- _ The
largest lot remaining at Canal
Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of
frontage. $609,000
n Large

arcels

single and multifamily
Don't

near development boom
miss out! Call for pricing!

Marsh ___ Harbour, __ Abaco
AB4029-__2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea of Abaco
frontage! US$545,000 each

Beachfront near Stella Maris
starting at $150,000

Westwinds _6019C- Multi
family lots starting at $80,000

L r rs
-1 iat left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900
For more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit

www.paradisebahamas.com

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Vacant Land For Sale
Moore’s Island #05-138 - Best
kept bone-fishing secret in the
Bahamas. — Close proximity to
flats. Quiet island atmosphere.
Fabulous potential for
development. Located
approximately twenty miles
from Castaway Cay (the Disney
Cay). $8,200 and up

Emerald Bay, Freeport #06-48
-This lot is located in Emerald
Bay subdivision and is a great
location for multi-farnily
development. Emerald Bay is
located in the Lucayan
Waterway community and is a
very oe neighbourhood.
6,

Coral Harbour #06-57 —
Residential lot, ideal for building
a family home. Located in
western New Providence with
an out island atmosphere.
$95,000

Dodge Road #06-55 - This
quarter acre lot is at the top of a
hill on.a quiet road lined with
mature tropical trees. A family
neighborhood with nice homes
in the area. This vacant lot
could be the start of your dream
home. $125,000

Eastern Road #06-60 -
Affordable ocean front lot:
Gorgeous views of sea and
surrounding island: One of the
last ocean ont lots on Eastern
Road. $165.

Colony Bes rr Freeport #06-17 -
Lovely home site with frontage
on the Grand — Lucayan
waterway. Enjoy the gentle
tropical breezes while the
sports yachts glide _ by.
Property is fully bulk headed
with 56’ of frontage on canal.
Colony Bay is one of the more
luxurious areas of Grand
Bahama. $179,000

Indigo Lots #06-10 - Why live
on an island when you can't
see the water? These elevated
lots have direct and_ partial
ocean views in a planned gated
community. Features
amenities like tennis courts and
swimming Pe to enhance your
lifestyle. rare opportunity to
build’ your dream . home.
220,

Winton Estates #06-44 -
Multiple homesites with ocean
views. Lots 8A and 9A have
gorgeous views of the ocean
and Rose Island. Lots 8A and
9A can be purchased together
for $460,000. These unique
homesites won't last long.
$240,000

South Westridge - Beautiful
large residential lots in South
Westridge. Ideal for your first
dream home. verlooks
beautiful Lake Cunningham.
Starting at $265,000

MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel:-394-7070 Fax: 394-7069
www.morileyrealty.com

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www.HGChristie.com
NASSAU LOTS
New! #NS06160 — Westridge
Estates: 49,957 sq. ft. hilltop

lot with partial lake. views.
$304,000
Reduced! #NS06087 and

NS06091 Love Estates: Two
adjacent hilltop lots comprising
32,725 sq. ft. each with ocean
views. $329,000 each ,

#NS06138 — Yuma Estates:
Single-family, duplex, triplex
and quadruplex lots in a new
subdivision. . Starting at

7

#NS06137 - John Clarid
Subd.: 9,445 sq. ft. corner lot
in a new subdivision. $92,000

#NS06135 -— Old Fort Bay:
13,924 sq. ft. canalfront lot with
private beach. $543,000

#5377 — Montague: 6.38 acre
prime commercial . lakefront
tract. $3,000,000

#4661 — Ocean Club Estates:

| 0.69 acre elevated lot with sea,

beach and harbour views.
$2,645,000

#NSO6068 -— one Park
Estates: sq. ft.
homesite. $106.500
#NS06149 — Indigo: 7,200 sq.

ft. hilltop lot with ocean views.
$365,000

#5368 — Love Beach Estates:
1.611 acres in a fast growing
area near Old Fort Bay.
$495,000

#NS06089 ~ — Twynam Heights:
Rare 10,832 sq. ft. ocean view
lot. $170,000

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' 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 and

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
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, G(OKW
generator w/ auto. -switch,
alarm system, wooden floors,
recessed lighting
and more. $1,460,000.

3721 Sandyport: Canalfront 3
storey townhome, 4 _ bed,
furnished, granite
countertops, Jerusalem
terracotta floors, ebony-stained
hardwood floors,
Jacuzzi, recessed lighting, deck
and a 80 gallon water heater.
$925,000.
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.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or .
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com

and
Enjoy

ease.





Since 1922

www.HGChristie.com

. NASSAU CONDOS
New! #NS06156 - Compass
Point: Two storey waterfront
condo with 3 bedrooms, 3.5
baths and shared - pool area.
$625,000

New! #NS06150 - Bayroc,
Cable Beach: Executive
second floor condo with 3
bedrooms. and 3.5. baths.
$1,725,000

New! #NS06161 — Sandyport:
Three storey condo with 3

bedrooms, 3 baths, ocean
views and dock ~— space.
$495,000

#NS05936 -— Leeward East:
Newly decorated 3 bedroom, 2
bath condo in a gated complex
with pool and children’s play
area. $307,000

#NS06147- — Caves. Point:
Luxurious 4 bedroom, 4 bath

penthouse in a gated
beachfront community.
$2,500,000

#NS06072 — Delaporte Point:
Tastefully decorated, 3 storey
townhouse with 3.bedrooms, 2

baths” and beach. views.
$499,000 SR

#NS05991 - Love Beach
Walk: Exquisite 3 bedroom

condos in a gated peactitront
community. $515,000

#NS06065. — Royail Beach
Estates: Furnished designer 2
bedroom, 2 bath: condo with
sea views. $489,900
Schedule. a viewing on-line
today at HYPERLINK
www.HGChristie.com". ~

-- or contact us at

(242) 322-1041 or

email:sales@hgchristie.com

LOTS FOR SALE
Near the Cotton Bay
-Club and Jack’s Bay
ELEUTHERA,
‘BAHAMAS
1 Acre $50,000,
20 Acres 950,00.
Contact
Michael Coakley
242-325-7932
or Email
michael coakley
@hotmail.com

O veattr ite.

For Ri



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 home $7,000/month.

Land: Adelaide Road $350K,
Jacaranda lot $130K

Off Kemp Road.$145K
Adelaide Road $350K

Bahamia West lot. $350K
Sandyport lot. $256K

Exuma acreage $1.8M
Delaporte waterfront lot $445K

For Sale
Sandford Drive 3b/3b $350K
Sandyport Retail Space $170K

4b/3b townhouses $557K &
$579K 3
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

3 C’S COAKLEY’S
CARBBEAN CONSTRUTION
We are Nassau’s number 1
Real Estate. & development
company with the widest range
of property. to suit your living
needs. Our team of engineers
and: top construction workers
will give you the finest art in
structural design with a first
class. look: No down payment
on construction? No problem!
Come on in, sit with us, and we

will design’ youe home~ or
apartment with our prices
starting at:

$115.000 for your 2 bedroom, 2
bath, 2 bath home - lot
included.

$130,000 for your 3, bedroom,
2 bath home - lot included.
$175,000. for our duplexs- lot
included.

$190,000 for our. triplexs- lot
included. :

The banks are only a. phone
call away, and you can be pre-
approved with the bank of your
choice while in our office. Come
on in and see us een: Ph:

361-1040

FOR SALE :
PROPERTY .:
FREEPORT:
100 x100 Windsor Bay
Asking 33,000.00 ONO
Call: 322-8187:

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!
$75,000

CABLE BEAC::

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

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 Fee 1 BATH
$155,000

TRIPLEX 2 BED, 1 BATH
$185,000.00

IN SUCH AREAS:
-CARMICHAEL RD
-COWPEN RD,

-SOUTH BEACH,
-CORAL wei

-KOOL ACRES
Ta SHARES AND
MANY

COME IN TODAY AND
LET US MAKE YOUR
DREAM
A REALITY.

TEL 323-0546, 326-5468
Eve 323-2666.



ot
JACK ISAACS
REALTY

C EST. 1978
SIE HAMIAN FRore




LOVE BEACH- Duplex Lots
starting at $80,000.00 within
gated community

SOUTH OCEAN LOTS- Resi-

dential lots starting at
$89,000.00 and Multi-
Familylots starting at
$150,000.00

THE GROVE - WEST BAY
STREET

94' x 150’. Vacant lot in Vista
Marina. Flat, easy to build on.
$160,000.00

OCEANVIEW LOT —- GROVE /
WEST BAY ST.

70' X 200’ elevated lot with
ocean views. $349,000.00

OCEANVIEW

LOT -




WESTRIDGE
120 X 475 lot has Ganptamic
sea views $396,000.0

CANALFRONT LOT - PORT
NEW PROVIDENCE

An exceptional private location.
A good buy !$559,000.00

STREET - OCEANVIEW
Furnished Oceanview home on
two elevated lots (80’ above
Sea level). $950,000.00

WEST BAY STREET- Very
Large 25,114 Sq Ft. Elevated
Lot. $196,000.00

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

OCEAN CLUB ESTATES- Golf
Course fronting lot
$1,350, 000. 00

LYFORD CAYCanal 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 —- OFF
EASTERN ROAD- 3 Bed 2
Bath on large enclosed lot
$449,000.00.
JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:
362-6932 or 424-6685

-pahamasproperty.com -
www. bahamasproperty. com



















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JACK ISAACS
REALTY

EST. 1978
ees
BAHAMIAN PRO




HOMES
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

WEST BAY STREET -
OCEANVIEW

3 Bed 3 Bath Pool in Quiet
Secure Community with direct
access to beach $699,000.00

SEA BEACH ESTATES —
DUPLEX

Duplex of Two Townhouses w/
2/2.5 each. Comes with
adjoining corner lot
$570,000.00

WEST BAY STREET —
OCEANVIEW

Furnished Oceanview home on
two elevated lots (80’ above
Sea level). $950,000.00

WEST BAY STREET -
OCEAN FRONT

Gorgeous 3 Bed 3 1/2 Bath
Ocean Front Home. Home
located in a gated community
with swimming pool an covered
patio. $1,155,000.00

WEST BAY STREET —
BEACHFRONT

Tranquil Beachfront home
consisting of 4 Bedrooms, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront _ patio
and pool deck. $1,800,000.00

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 garage
$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

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:

_ 362-6932 or 424-6685
bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

CARMICHAEL ROAD

80 x 120 $80,000
property starting
$50,000 & $60,000.
Phone 324-7649.





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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.

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.

TRIPLEX FOR SALE
Stapeldon Gardens.
Very low price
Call: 327-4192

HOUSE FOR SALE

31/2 bedroom 3 1/2 bath house
for sale in Gleniston Gardens
For additional —_ information,
asking price, pictures and
contact information visit
www.nuttonline.com

FOR SALE BY OWNER
GREGORY TOWN,

ELEUTHERA
3 bed, 1 bath, house. Get a

slice of the home of the

pine Fest. Lovely view.

$90,000 obo. Serious
inquiries only.
364-5859-eve,
393-3670-day.

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 ory.

& No Agents!

¢ Phone 364-6839



WANTED

Lots, Houses, Apartments
To Buy or Sell

Call: Harold Longley,
ENS) UE ST LOG

Tel: 323-1983
P.O. Box N-10251



Executive
Realty

NASSAU LOTS
0304 CORAL HARBOUR:
Duplex lot across from beach.
§0x130 $85,000.

0341 CORAL HARBOUR:
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 lots
available starting at $80,000.

0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New
gated subdivision, large. lots,
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:

Sbed/3bath split level Executive
home. Features central a/c,
alarm system, sunken living
room, cathedral ceilings,
swimming pool, poo! house. Lot
size 90x130. $380,000.

0350. THE PORCHES AT

CORAL HARBOUR: New

beachfront 2bed/2bath condos,

pre-constuction price starting at
0.

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.
Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288
www. landbahamas.com



Executive
Realty

0312. CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front commercial
building, also has 2 1bed/ibath
cottages, lot size 70x140,
$425,000.

0322 BOATSWAIN: New
2bed/2bath townhouse in new
gated community, $190,000.

0345 BACARDI 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



DREAM DEVELOPMENT LTD-
DO YOU OWN YOUR OWN

PROPERTY? ‘

ARE YOU STILL PAYING ON
YOUR _OWN _ PROPERTY
THROUGH THE BANK?

WHY PAY FOR PROPERTY
AND RENT?

CALL DREAM
DEVELOPMENT TODAY!

WE CAN SHOW YOU HOW
TO BUILD ON YOUR OWN
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

EXUMA INDEPENDENCE

Special Bahama Sound 6,
between Framers Hill and the
Forest $8,100.00.

Tar Bay 80 x 120
with all utilities $87k.
Phone: 394-5679/556-8806.










11/2 Acres
East St. South Domingo
Heights
$275,000.00. Phone:
361-4253.

FOR SALE
BY OWNER
2 Acres. Waterfront
Property.
Doctor’s Creek,

Long Island,
$350,000.

_ 535-8512.



Since 1922

www.HGChristie.com

RENTALS
New! #NR00913 — Winton
Estates: Furnished 4 bedroom
home with guest cottage and
pool. $5,000 p.m.

|New! #NR00914 - Sandyport:

Charming 2 bedroom, 2 bath
condo with canal views. $3,000
p.m.

#NRO0896 — Imperial Park:
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath air-
conditioned home. $2,800 p.m.

Chertsey, Cable Beach:
Spacious turn-key 2 bedroom,
2 bath garden view condo.
$3,000 p.m.

Nautica: Brand new, tastefully
furnished 3 bedroom condo
ready for immediate
occupancy. $3,800 p.m.

#R775 — Mount Vernon:
Furnished 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath

townhouse with central air.
$1,700 p.m.
#NRO00897 — Soldier Road

North: Furnished and well
maintained 3 bedroom, 2 bath

air-conditioned home. $2,000
p.m.
#NRO00790 - Lyford Cay:

Recently renovated 3,500 sq. ft.
office building with 5 offices,
common reception room and
kitchen, standby generator and
24 hour security. $60 per sq.

ft.

Schedule a viewing on-line
today at HYPERLINK
"http:/Awww.HGChristie.com"
www.HGChristie.com or
contact us at (242) 322-1041
or email
sales@hgchristie.com

REALTY
EST. 1978 eo
“esi BAHAMIAN Fee

FOR RENT
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 :

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
fencedin garden with 26’ on
the waterway $3,800 per month

PARADISE ISLAND- 2 Bed 2
Bath Large Fully Furnished
Cottage in secure beautiful
environment — with - private
docking, $4,000.00 per month

WESTERN SHORES- 3 Bed 3
Bath Fully Furnished Home
with ocean views and
swimming pool in very secure
community $5,500 per month

CANALFRONT TOWNHOUSE
3 Bed 3.5 Bath Townhouse in
gated community, with 34’ of
canal frontage.
$6,000 per month
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:
395-6650 or 424-6685
E-mail:bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com



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Manama PEO

CAVES POINT- Oceanfront’.
Condominium. 3: Bed 2 Bath
Fully | Furnished Gated
Community Pool. /. Gym
Covered Parking $6,500:00 per
month

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

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

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

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS:
395-6650 or 424-6685
E-mail:bahamasproperty.com ,
www.bahamasproperty.com



BRAND NEW 2 BED
1 BATH Duplex,,
Allen drive off
Carmichael Road,
includes, AC, ceiling
fans, sec bars and
water, $650.00 1st &
last month, security
dep $550.00. No pets,
no children. Serious
inquiries
Tel: 556-9131.or 502
3695

BRAND NEW
Spacious 1 bedroom 1
bath semi furn apt fridge

stove, light, water, A
cable, b bars and phone
ready $750.00 pm.
1st & last $500 sec dep.
Garden Hills perferly
Teacher male or female
Call: 361-4725

or
434-9172



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REAL ESTATE
“Your Gated
Community Specialists”
Treasure Cove, Sandyport, .
Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay
Let us take care of your
family!

Nautica _R2233-
furn. 3/2.5 on pool! Ready for
occupancy! $3,800

Treasure Cove R1203- Furn.
3/2. in gated, oceanfront
community. $3,300 é

Sandyport_R2123- Furn. 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

Sandyport __R1050-__ Newly
remodeled, 3/3.5 canal front
home. $5,500 :

Treasure Cove R1140- Furn.
4/2 with pool and enclosed

- yard,.near ocean. $4,000

reeze R1198- Canalfront

. Seabreeze R1198-_ |
3/3.5 home with dock. Boaters

dream! $2,950

1 h Furn.,
newly renovated. 2/2 in
beachfront complex. $3,500

12-

| 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.

Qld _ Fort _Bay _R1154-
immaculate 5/4 furn. Home on
canal with’ 1/1 guest. cottage
and pool. $19,000 -

Caves Point R2153-__Furn.
3/3.5 condo with amazing
views! $5,000

Furn. 2/1. with private yard.
$1,400

Skyline Lakes R2142- Furn
2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in
the west. Starting at $2,000

Commercial Rentals -

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




Brand new,.

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, ready for
occupancy

107 SHIRLEY STREET - 1,450
to 3,725 s.f. next to Sassoon
House, ready for occupancy

55 FREDERICK STREET-- 560
sq. ft. office —-
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
police station.

new

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
Dogupanoy. 936 sq. ft. — 1,100
sq. ft. :

SHIRLEY HOUSE - 1,289 sq.
ft. on second floor, ready to be
occupied yi
308 EAST BAY STREET -
10,000 sq.ft. beautifully fitted

Office space - ready for
occupancy :

Shops For Rent
BAY STREET. -2,100 sazt.
feady for occupancy
EAST BAY ~ SHOPPING

CENTRE - 920 and 1,500 to
4,500 sq. ft.

MADEIRA PLAZA _ -former
CIBC space — 5,375 sq. ft
°1,210 sq. ft.

Warehouses For Rent

Farrington Road — 7,068 sq. ft.
office and warehouse for rent.
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www.morleyrealty.com






" 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
included. NO CHILDREN OR

ready for PES

WILLIAM’S

COURT: Unfurnished 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,
laundry room, garage, covered
patio, nicely landscaped,
gardens.

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT

324-3060

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
TRAVELING TO
ORLANDO AUGUST

- §-12, ‘06?
STAY AT WESTGATE
LAKES. FOR ONE
WEEK $650.
CALL 393-8478.

1&2 BEDROOM
SPECIOUS APTS,
FOXDALE.
PH: 364-5691 Home After 59m
325-1119 (wk).

1 2 BEDROOM APT For rent
$600.00, 1st last and security
Cowpen Road. Tel: 558-4864
AC, & water included.

1 Bedroom apartment
unfurnished Claridge Dale
Subdivision $600.00' first. and
last . month rent $300.00
security deposit. Light _ and
water included. Phone- 394-
6650 after 3:00 p.m. or 558-
6475.








1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
St Miacael Road and Prince
Charles Drive. No children are
allowed.

Tel: 325-6621/393-6464




1 BEDROOM APT Furnished
Cowpen Road. Tel: 361-4060

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1 FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT. PLEASE DO NOT
BRING ANY OTHER
FURNITURE IN ROOM, ONE .
SINGLE BACHELOR ONLY.
NO KIDS. NO PETS. OFF
EAST ST ON CROOKED
ISLAND ST JUST ACROSS
FROM A CONVENIENT
STORE QUIET CLEAN
ENCLOSED YARD.

2 BLOCK FROM BUS STOP.
CEILING FAN IN ALL ROOMS,
BEDROOM, FRONT ROOM
AND KITCHEN NEWLY
RENOVATED. ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED. LIGTH HOT /
COLD WATER, PHONE,
CABLE, WASHER MACHINE
INCLUDED.- $160 PER
WEEK, $500 TO MOVE IN.
WEEKLY ONLY.

CALL MS KEMP ©
BETWEEN 9AM AND 6PM.
TEL 326-0669.

Apartment for rent, Cowpen
Road West two bedrooms, 1
1/2 bath, kitchen, dining & living
rooms, washer & dryer, a/c,
ceiling fans,. enclosed yard,
security bars, water included,
(800,00) rer month, first and
last months rent, security
deposit $500,00. Tel: 361-7009.





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, Telephone, Cable
& Internet’ Ready,Water Incl.,
Hurricane Awnings, and
ard.$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,
Ceili 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

AVAILABLE JULY,
WEST BAY 3T
__ “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
i For Fent
In a busy location.
$125 and $100 per week.
Must have clienele.
Call 328-2763 or 544-8867.











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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.

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 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 SPACIOUS 2 BED, 1 BATH
APT SEMI FURN, SR
CHARLES SAUNDERS
HIGHWAY FRIDGE, STOVE,
WASHER/DRYER, C/AIR ,
B/BATH, ALARM
SYSTEM, WATER, PHONE &
CABLE READY, $900/ MOTH
PHONE 394-7607 OR 535-
: 8991.

BRAND NEW

SPACIOUS

1 bed Apt. All utilities

included, cable, light
and water, home.
Phone 324-9089.





Brand new two,

bars, vertical
water incluued.

month's rent
hundred and

Phone: 325-6910

Brand ee, Vay Private One
Off
Water, Ceiling Fan & Burglar

Bed, One Ba
Apartment for
Cowpen Road

Rent —-

Bars included.

$600p.m., $300 Sec. Deposit
First & Last Months Rent
Required

Call 392-4440
Leave Message



Commission. Ms
Walkins at 364-5756 or 426-
3354.







one
bedroom apartments for
rent. Lightbourne Avenue
off Farrington Road. Partly
furnished with fridge, stove,
dinette set, a/c, security
blinds and
Five
hundred dollars ($500.00)
per month. First and last
lus two
($250.00) depart

. security deposit.
No kids and pets allowed.







/ 565-7017

BUSY. AREA Beautiful and
spacious salon, two booths for
rent and one person to work on

Contact

Parish India Investment and
development offers luxurious
apartments for short and long
term leasing in the elite area of
Bahamian one bed one bath
for $1,500,00 dollars per month
and two bed two bath for
$2,250,00 dollars per month. All
inclusive: power, water,
telephone, cable, internet, fully
furnished state of the art
kitchen and bathroom, walk in
closet larger than the average
and maid services twice a
month, you will also have full
access to swimming pool, video
game machines, ping - pong
table, movie theatre seating
eight person and fully equip
gym with a capacity of 10
person. One pet allowed. We
are now taking applications for
December. Please call for
viewing appointment 242-352-
4468/242-533-5000 ask for Dr.
Sarrette. Special rate for the
Grand openini

1 bed $1200, 2 bed 1,500.00

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 NEED TO TAKE SALES
TOUR!

Call 325-8654

PART-TIME OFFICE RENTAL
ENJOY ALL THE BENEFITS
OF A TRADITIONAL OFFICE.
WITHOUT ALL THE COSTS:
-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

NEWLY BUILD 2 bed,, 1 bath
Apartment at Balfour Court off
Golden Isles and Carmichael
Roads includes security bars,
Air condition, ceiling fans,
frigde, water and cable $750.00
including first and last and
security deposit of $600.00
Serious inquries Tel.

1005/361-7173/456-1359)

QUAINT: 1 bedroom unfurn.
a avail iA Yamacraw Beach,
for a quiet person/s $650/pm,
q First and last
uired plus $500 sec dep.
ater and elec included,
an and ere erst ly.
rry no pets. To inquire.
Tel 324-7039 between Sam
and Spm.

FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Apt, 2 bed 1 bath, AC water
included. Cowpem Road
$700.00 per month Tel: 361-
0764 or 436-9739





























-

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 1st.

& last months rents & $500.00
sec dep. water, AC, & ceiling
fans Fridge and stove included.
325-045 7/322-1331/395-3306

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
available August 1st. call 436-
9097. Central location, Pyfrom
Road

1 BEDROOM Efficiency for
rent, Kingston St. $500.00p/m
Ph: 394-5456

1 Bedroom Efficiency for rent.
Tel: 364-8508

1 FURNISHED EFFICENCY
Light water & cable included Off
Carmichael Road

Tel: 361-4060

1- 2 Bedroom 1 1/2 bath
Condo located West-ridge Est.
Central air, granite countertop,

moen fixtures, tastefully
decorated, fully _ furnished.
Available August 1st, 2006.

Near to food store, Tamberly
School and 3 mins. from beach.
Call: 424-3928, $2000 p/m.

RENT:

1- Two bedroom apartment for
rent available July 1st, located
Seabreeze Lane.
$675.00 per
included.
Contact Marcia 364-5384/
422 3239

month water

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.

1-BEDROOM APT. Unfurn.
B-bars. A/C. No kids. Water
incl. $135 weekly - $910 to
move in . 356-7221.

1-Very large 1 bedroom apt. ,
ceiling fans, a/c, b/bars, all
white vertical blinds and water
included $575 pe month ist
and last month rent $300.00
s/deposit. Faith Ave. North.
Phone: 477-0603/425-
7766/557-1059. Ask for
Bertram/ Neka Bowleg.

2 BED 1 BATH APT Sherwood
Drive Out East, water included
Totally unfurnished Beautiful
area. Call: 557-2876

2 BED, 1BATH
House Off Soiler Road
$550.00 per month
Tel: 361-8877



2 BED 1 BATH Sea Beach
Estate, Fully furnished central
AC, security bars, private yard
$1400.00 per month
Tel: 327-5449 e

2 BED 1 BATH Spacious apt
Felton Dale Street, off Bernard
Road, features included water.
AC, ceiling fans b/Bars inclosed
yard $300.00 security deposit.
1st last & security

Tel: 324-4091

2 BED, 1 BATH LARGE
Unfurnished apt. central air,
alarm system, water included
$700.00 per month. Call 394-
1441

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 Country House
Freeport Grand Bahama
walking distance to beach 2
mins. Fully Furnished, central
air, security near Coral Beach
Hotel. Daily, monthly or yearly.
Phone: 322-3929.

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-BED, 1-BATH APT
FRIDE STOVE C/AC, CEILING
FAN, WAER INCLUDED. $800.

361-3894, 361-7243.



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, 2-BATH APT,
fully furnished, water, tennis

court, basketball court and
swimmi pool, $1,200 per
month, Phone 327-0172.

3 BEDROOM 1 BATH Partially
furnished house, brand new
appliances, newly renovated
located Elizabeth Estate. Only
serious applicants need apply
324-0543.









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Hanna Rd, Eastern area
New and spacious 2 bed, 2
bath unfurnished apartment for
$900/month and $500 security
deposit (ist, last and security);
bars, ac, breakfast counter,
walk-in closet, tiled
throughout. No. pets, —_non-
smokers only, no_ utilities
included. Call 364 - 3049 or
426 - 6459.

New and spacious 3 bed, 2
bath unfurnished apartment for
$1200/month and $600 security
deposit (1st; last and security);
jacuzzi, bars, ac, breakfast
counter, tiled throughout, no
pets, non-smokers only, no
utlities Included:

Call 364 -3049 or 426 - 6459.



This home is _ perfect
everyone including families,
golf groups, honeymooners,
relocated families and even
family reunions. We = are
situated on a perfectly elevated
lot, with a view of Disney's
fireworks in the evening. Our
stunning, southern style home
has numerous upgrades and is
professionally furnished and
decorated to very. high
standard. This luxurious Villa
has it's own private screened,
pool with spa and is fully
equipped with pool. loungers,
and outside furniture's. Call for.
specials as low as $16.50 per
person. For more info please
call: 322-8734/565-6840/407-
876-4025. P

GRANTANA SUB:
Cowpen Road west 2 new
cozy, 2 bed, 1 bath, large
semi-furn Apt. living &
dining rooms, tiles, ceiling
fans, A/C, fridge, stove,
washer & laundry area.
water included, quiet and
safe area near small
pond.access to genertor,
Available August 1st ,
$750/pm 1st last & $500.00
security deposit. Te!: 392-
2146 502-1413 /454-6604

2 BED 1 BATH APT Semi
Furnished, fridge, stove, B
bars, water included, cable
ready, $700 per month, 1st, last
and sec desposit $400. Phone
502-8343 8:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m.

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.










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FOR RENT Leasing: WEST
BAY STREET. St. Albans
Drive.An executive. VILLA
apartment 1bed suite and 1
bath Priced at$240 per
week...Must see to appreciate.
New quaint, cozy exquisitely
décor and comfortably
furnished ..._ tastefully and "all
inclusive" ; ideally suitable for
working professional
/expats/newly wed/ couples/
single bachelor or bachelorette
... available for immediate
occupancy 19July06
(Just move )
amenities includes but not
limited to: new appliances
living/dining lounge, Lavatory
and on-site communal. laundry
facility/ access near by
beaches/ pool/

ie. exquisite fully furnished
living- and dining — an
kitchenette/ . drapes/beddings/
storage room and linen closet,
cable _ready/phone, _ water,
stove/frige/,slip unit
a/c equiped internet access all
utilities in order et al.

moreover; centrally located low
traffic and congestion
zone....IDEAL residence!!!
Ready for immediate
occupancy...."just move in”...all
fixtures and furnishing in place
no. hassel ._ entry.......rental
amount includes water and
telephone services only!!

rental requirement: first/ast
WEEK RENTs __ entry payment
fee and with asecurity
$500.deposit applicable.no
kids/pets/smokers/...available
duly 19/2006...

only serious enquires. FOR
viewing please

contact 323 2153 after 5pm
Gerlene or 5651668 cell and
voice mail massage or °

email
gerlenedorceus @ yahoo.com

One bedroom apt. for rent
light, water, ceiling fans and a/c
included. Enclosed and well lit
yard and more, . located
Peardale off Wulf Road one
min. walk to bus stop five min.
walk to Mall at Marathon, 10
min. drive to Atlantis (little to no
traffic) central location. Price
$575.00 per month first and last
month . rent plus $350.00
security deposit. single persons
only, no kids, no pets and no
smoking cable and phone
available Phone 322-4205 or
326-7477 fs
Email:smoothsound@hotmail.c
om

Fully furnished one bedroom,
one bathroom, living & dining
room, a/c, ceiling fans, security
bars, with water included for
rent. First and last month rent
required. $650.00 rent and
security deposit of $500.00.
Located West Bay Street. Call:
324-2576 8:00 am. to 8:00
p.m.

New Apartments for Rent
Brand new 2 bed, 2 bath w/
central a/c and stainless steel
finish appliances in quiet area.
Remote access gate and
landscaped premises. $1000
p/month. Min of 1-year lease.
Only 5 units available. No kids
under 12 please. Call 424-2845
today to reserve your space!










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FOR RENT

2 Bed, 2 bath. apt. semi

furnished, a/c, washer & dryer.

Call:
view.

341-1038/324-6964 to

FOR RENT
PARADISE ISLAND
Beautiful fully’ furnished
studio apartment, AC,
appliances sheets, towers
etc, newly painted
telephone included, pool,

laundry, parking.
Tel: 557-2847 or 324-1243

FOR RENT

2 Bedroom 1 bath apt. for rent
water included, ceiling fans in
bathrooms a/c in master
bedroom. Located Symonette
Meadows _ first
corner on the right after the
Oasis Restaurant and the
fourth house on the left painted
yellow trim white. $750.00 per
month, first and last month rent,
security/clean up. deposit
$400.00. Call: Luchie Rolle at
457-1953 (cell) 356-8398 (wk.)
362-0850 (hm.). After 6 p.m.
and all day weekends.

ENCLOSED & SAFE
1 Efficiency, furnished, Baillou
Hill Road South, include: light,
& water $450 per month,
ist 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

EXECUTIVE TOWN HOUSE

featuring 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath, | St

located Princeston' Close,
Leeward East. Including, cook
tap stove, built-in. . oven,
refrigerator, central A/C, ceiling
fans, blinds and water. $1600.
per month. Call 392-6628, or
364-8664 after 6pm.

NICE EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Semi-Furnished
r Estates, Very Quiet Area
Near Seagrapes Shopping
Center.
$400 p/m 1st, last, plus sec
dep. Includes light & water.
For male Single Person Only.
Call : 361-3830

Newly Built Triplex (2)

bedroom, (1) bath, c/ans,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

ONE BED APT

UNFURNISHED SPACIOUS

Bailloui Hill Road South, light,

& water ble included. $550, per

month. No Kids or pets

1st, last & Security
00

364-8082, 557-0457.

SHOP/OFFICE Space for rent
Prince Charles, water included
Tel: 456-1295















THE TRIBUNE





Cable Beach spacious 2 bed
2 bath conchrest condo for rent
in gated community on the
waterfront with on site manager
and full service generator
$3,800 per month.

| Call 327-5296.

CABLE BEACH Townhouse,
3 bed, 3 1/2 bath, completely
furnished, high ceilings, pool
enclosed yard near stores and
beaches. $3,000. 327-2694,
557-8980

CABLE BEACH

Two bedroom, one~ bath
furnished apt. Next to Sandals
$1,250.00 p/m. Contact 535-
1118 (day) or 364-7180
(evenings)

CONDO FOR RENT
Two bed, two bah, _ fully
furnished cond, with central a/c,
$1,200/mth. Eastern District
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.

EASTERN AREA Spacious 2
bedroom 1 bath with personal
washer & dryer, fridge & stove
Water included, AC. Available
July 28th $800.00p/m Tel: 535-
1253

ae

APARTMENT
included, fully ©
cable ready, — air
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 1st,
and last sec dep. Palm Beach
St. Call 424-5569. . i

EFFICIENCY
Utilities
furnished,

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.

EFFICIENCY SEMI-FURN Ali
utilities included, $550.00 per
month, 1st & last month rent, a
security deposit of $275.00. Off
Carmichael Road Contact 557-
8353 or 361-6637 after 5pm



THE TRIBUNE







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 BEDROOM
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

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
CONDO EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT IN ORLANDO AT’
WESTGATE LAKES FROM
AUG 5-12, ‘06
$650.00 FOR ONE WEEK.
CALL 393-8478.




























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

Rent a booth at $75 per week
needed in Marsh. Harbour
Abaco @ Special Touch Beauty
Salon A cosmetologist and Nail
Tech. Contact Ms. Gwendolyn
Martin @ 367-3977 Monday
thru Sat 9-am to 5/p.m..



LOVE BEACH Spacious 2

central AC, Large screened
porch. Acess to beautiful beach
$1600.00 pm. Min one year .
No children, no pets

Call: 323-4687

NEWLY BUILT 1 BEDROOM
House in Redland Acres_ off
Soilder Road, water inculded
$180.00 a week 1st & last +
$440.00 security deposit

Tel: 323-4360

ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME
private entrance, private bath,
AC, cable ready, light & water

included. Garden Hills #2
avaiiabie end Juiy
Tel: 326-7247 6-8:30am & 5-
: 9pm

TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH
APT A/C. «ceiling fan, water
include”. ‘/ery clean, $675 per
month, 13%, iast month required,
sec $350. Sandilands Village
Road. One family only. Sorry
no pets, Bahamians only call
364-4170, 456-8275.

SPACiOUS 2 BEDROOMS 1
bath apartment in Coral Lakes
fridge & stove, AC, one
security bars washer/d
$800.00 p/m ist & last Wont
$400.00 deposit

Tel: 361-2466 or 364-6244

APT-

bedroom, 2 bath apartment,

185, $5,500/pm. Contact 327-7772.

Unfurnished two. bedrooms,
one bathroom, living & dining
room, ceiling fans, security bar
with water included for rent.
Located Seven Hills Estate.
Monthly. rental $500.00 security
deposit $550.00 First and last
month rent required. Call: 361-
0166 week nights 7:00 p.m. -
9:00 p.m. and week ends 9:00
a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

WESTERN NEW
PROVIDENCE 3 bedroom
Townhouse — fuliy - furnished
included security - system,

water, tennis court, - basketball
court & swimmir3 pool, $2,000
per monih. Phone 327-0172.

FULLY FURNISHED ONE

BEDROOM. FOX Hi!LL 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 Efficiency. for rent
Garden. Hills. #2. — Utilities
included $600. per month first,
last plus $400 security deposit
required. Phone: 323-8038. (No
children). —

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.

NEW TOWNHOUSE 2 bed
-toom, 1 1/2- bath of Cowpen
‘Road: Security bars, central air,
first and last month rent plus

‘Security. deposit.

Phone 427-0550.
NEWLY RENOVATED 1 bed 1
bath apt, AC, water, cable,
security screens and = gas
included. $600.00 per month.
1st & last + 300 sec dep
Tel: 341-5567 or 557-9331

OCEAN VIEW. TOWN HOUSE

- fnear- Caves. Gaied. 5

bedrooms, 4.5 bath, 3-storey,
central air, beautifully furnished,
pool, generator, parking.











ONE BEDROOM Apartment for
rent-toote shop coner.! ight and
: water included first and last
month rent $300.00 ~securi
deposit and $130.per wee
telphone 323-8307.

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.
TRAVELLING TO ORLANDO
this Summer? This two
bedroom Condo at Westgate




12 to 19, Rent

4 is
negotiable. Call 393-8478.






Lakes must gol! Available Aug |.

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 Psycholog:st. social

worker or one on one tutor Call: |

356-0545 fror detail,.

One bedroom apartments for
rent suitable for one gentlemen
only with good jobs.. No
children. First/ast and security
deposit. Telephone 3935475

ONE BEDROOM SEMI FUR
APT, AC, stove, fridge, blinds,
bars fans, water $600 ist and
last security deposit $300

Tel: Ms Rolle. 341-4415

Seeking Professional Barbers
and stylists. Booths. for rent
also available $100 per week.
Must have clientle. Please call:
393-5649.

SPACIOUS 1 BEDROOM
Furnished apt, Nassau East
$650.00 a month water
included no. children/ pets

Ph: 327-5472

SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM

1. bath, AC, fridge,
washer/dryer, sec bars Rockey
Pine Road.

Ph: 357-7566

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.






OFFICE SPACE For

rent

downstairs building on Christie

Street. $1000.00 per month
tTel: 327-6899 3

ONE BEDROOM ONE BATH

Apt for rent, cable, light & water
included. Asking $550.00 per
month Tel: 327-6647.

SAN SOUCi/ TOWNHOUSE
> bed 11/2 bath semi furnished
$875.00 .per month water
included. Tel: 393-5987



AN ert RETAIL
COMPANY

Seeks applications for a
position in-its accounting

, department.

A audcesstul repperant must

1A Bachelor Degree i 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

stove, |





























contractors

to-date
administration

experience
construction/development.

THURSDAY, BEE 18; 2006, PAGE 41
FING BARGAINS!!!

"REQUIRED ASSISTANT
MANAGER (DEALING)"
For an OBU, for moneéy/forex
operations. Job would require
complete control of Front Office
Operations and MIS reporting.
Minimum Banking experience
of 3 years required, including
experience in FINACLE
accounting system and SWIFT
is essential. The candidate must
be gradute (BS/BA). knowledge
of Hindi is essential. Monthly
salary, $1956. Fax resume to:
1-242-326-3969. Mail P.O.Box

N- 3118, Nassau, Bahamas.

Does your current job leave
you uninspired?

Do you think that the only place
you can find a “good job” is in
the bank?

lf 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.

lf you would like to change
careers or build a long-term
career with a stable growing
company who is interested in
and

your _ training self

development.



Please submit a cover letter
and resume to:
FAX # 327-1691 or e-mail
HYPERLINK "mail to:

pares for applications is July
30th 2006





Construction Superintendent

required. Plan, —_ organize,

‘resources, lead and monitor the

assigned project (s) to ensure






Ithat the project is delivered

within’ agreea time, cost and
specification. Checking
and consultants
monthly payment certificates.

Contribute in managing
interfaces with ~onsultants,
contractors, suppliers and
engineers and in identifying
operating risk of each
development compliance
objectives. Provide monthly

project’ management reports.
Maintenance of proper and Up

ile
records.
Minimum 12 to 14 yrs. of
in

project

Please call 424-0748.

BABY SITTER NEEDED

Tel: 324-3656 after 6pm

FILING CLERK/OFFICE
ASSISTANT

Job Description:
*Large volume filing quickly and
efficiency.
creating employee, client files
and other files regularly.
‘Faxing, photocopying
datas inputting.
‘Occasional outdoor work to
include deliveries to other
associated offices.
‘Cover for switchboard when
necessary.
--Generally provide support in a
busy working environment.
Job Requitmenis:
Must be mature, enthusiastic,
able to work with little to no
supervision and willing to learn.
2-3 years experience working in
an office environment — is
preferred. Must have BGCSE In
English and Maths in grade C
or above. Proficient in basic
computers and Microsoft office
applications. Good organization
and communication skills a
must.
Interested persons must submit
a resume to the following
address: Human Resources
Department P.O. Box CD-
11444 Nassau, Bahamas
Email:kkerr@wemcosecurity,
com or fax 325-6175

and

BAHAMAS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

NEEDS:

CHEF WILLING TO
RELOCATE.
SECURITY'S WILLING TO
WORK SHIFTS.
WAITRESS, CASHIERS
DOUGH MASTERS
COOKS
DISTRIBUTION
MANAGER/ICE CREAM
W/OWN CAR
RECEPTIONIST'S

YOU NEED: TWO (2) '
WRITTEN REFERENCES
FROM PASS

- EMPLOYERS, VALID
POLICE RECORD, ONE
(1) PASSPORT PHOTO
AND RESUME.

PLEASE CALL (242) 341-
5287 AFTER YOU HAVE
ALL OF THE ABOVE
ITEMS

DRIVER REQUIRED
ESTABLISHED COMPANY
SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED
INDIVIDUAL TO Fil’ THE
ABOVE PCS ION.

UP & PICK UP OF PART.
RENTAL ITEMS, £ ‘VING A
MANUAL SHIFT TRUCK IN A
SAFE ‘4ANNER, CANDIDATE
MUST BE ABLE TO PROJECT
THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
THAT THE COMPANY
MAINTAINS. WILLING TO
WORK ON WEEKENDS AND
HOLIDAY IS A MUST.
EXCELLENT SALARY +
BENEFITS AVAILABLE.
PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO:
lawnboy @bateinet.bs.

TIES!
INCLUDE ORGANIZING, SET !

Chef/Housekeeper

Wanted.
A private home in Lyford Cay is
looking for someone to fill the
position of chef/ housekeeper.

The — successful
should have the
qualifications:
good interpersonal skills with
the ability to use his/her own
initiative and

supervise a staff of two

candidate
following

‘the flexibility to = work
weekends when needed
sgood oral and written

communication skills

‘own transportation

*a recent resume and 2 letters
of recommendation

‘a valid work permit
*experience in a_ reputable
hotel/catering company will be
a plus. Salary will be based on
experience.

Qualified persons — should
contact Bonnie or Jennifer at
362-5291

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
evidence 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.

GENERATOR TECHNICIAN
WANTED. Successful
candidate must have 3-5 years
of experience with the prevent-
ative maintenance and repair of
gas & diesel standby
generators. Candidate must be
able to manage time and _ follow
a schedule. Must have a valid
drivers licence and able to drive
a manual shift vehicle and
clean police record. Excellent

salary and opportunity for
further training and
advancement.

Email resume at:
lawnboy @bateinet.bs, or
apply in person at _Shirley

Enterprises Soidier Reac
Asign on bonus is offered to
the successful candidate.

BABY EULTEHOUSEREERE
“wer 35 scatarialh reliahie,
responsible
babysitter/housekeeper
needed, Serious incuires only
call after 6pm uring the
weekends anytime on
weekends. If you are
interested call 393-8492

‘Construction company seeks

professional carpenter who
takes pride in his work
applicant MUST be a mature
Bahamian male who is drug
free and disciplined. intrested
preson can call 356-5687.








av

LEADING BAHAMIAN
Company has an immediate
position available in:

Customer Service & Support
Successful candidate must be
able to handle a high volume of

clients, | have a great
personality, be able to
multitask, work with _ little
supervision and must have

excellent computer skills.
Persons with strong experience
and sound educational
background preferred. Serious
inquiries only. Please send
resume to
job @twiplefinance.com

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.

COMPANY
CONTROLLERMinimum of 5
yrs. experience in a busy
development company. Must
be experience in M3
management systems. Ability to
train and lead staff, previous
training experience required.
Additional computer programs
required, Quickbooks, Quicken,
Microsoft Publisher, Excel and
word. Must possess
outstanding public relations
skills. Phone: 424-0748.

Purchasing/Construction
Costing Supervisor - Minimum
of 5 yrs. experience in a busy
development company. Must
be experienced in M3
management systems. Ability to
train and lead staff, previous
training experience required.
Additional computer programs
required, Quickbooks,
Quicken, Microsoft Publisher,
Excel and word. Must possess
outstanding public relations
skills. Phone: 424-0748.

MOSKO'S UNITED
CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD.
A Mature, responible person is
needed for ine positon 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.

FULL TIME SECURITY
OFFICER
Responsible, hardworking,
mature young men between the
ages of 25-45 interested in
joining a professional security
company can contact 325-
6170/4. Must have basic high
school education ans willing to

work hours.

HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY
NEEDED. RELIABLE,
HONEST, EXPERIENCE WITH
SMALL CHILDREN. 8-5PM,
MONDAY-FRIDAY. CONTACT
426-7476.









PAGE 42, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006

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

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.

THE TATTOO KING IS
LOOKING FOR 30 TRAINING
TATTOO ARTIST TO BEGIN
TRAINING. IF YOU HAVE
SOME EXPERIENCE OR
LOVE ART THIS !S 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.

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 should 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
ax

resume to 326-1227

ACCOUNT NEEDED For small
business , duties include pay
roll, inventory, daily reports,







spot checke at other stores, p
and | statementd, must kee
of

account all cas!
transactions, visit stores daily,
dennsits, blance COOKS weekly.
order supplies keep © staff
records pay nib, keep staff logs
and daily sing in sheets,
conduct budgets Jeary. must
be hard woring and on time. will
be help accountable for all the
above, must have car, salary
275 plus 35 per week for gas
Tel: 394-8144

FEMALE FITNESS Instructor



experienced in business
management to develop
exercise/ nutrition weight

management programme. Fax
resume to 327-6140. 4

HOUSEKEPER Needed.
Contact: 322-5914/322-5514.

Restaurant and bar is in need

of two experienced barmaids.

Also looking for a chef that can

pepeie a variety of dishes.
lease call 328-3998.



















JOB SUPERINTENDENT For

Paving Company. Experienced, | CO

hard working and honest. Apply
in person at Island Pavers. Call
357-4436.

15 CARIBBEAN SECURITY
OFFICER resume & copy of
passport required. Please call
361-7770 ask for Linda or leave
message.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS For
Bakery assistant, cleaners, dish
washers. packaging clerks,
sales downtown. bakery.. Tel:
326-1680

THE TATTOO KING needs
100 super modles 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.

SKILLED MASONS/SEMI-
SKILLED

Helpers needed ASAP
Specializing in block laying.
finished work, changing
windows putting in doors. Daily
work, Fax your resume to 326-
2081 or call 326-2080 or 436-
4517 565-6851. Tel: 326-2081

OPEN CALL
LOOKING FOR MODELS AND
POTENTIAL

Models... open to both Male
and females of a!l ages 16-25.
Interested person please
contact;
fashion.movement.inc@ gmail.
com











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 owii (ois &
equipment. Salary negotiable
depending on ability,
experience and self motivation
Applications available at
Lightbourne Trading Co. 118
Mackey St.

Receptionist/Office Assistant
needed for small office
Preferably with computer and
accounting knowledge

and own transportation.

Please fax resume to 323-
3254. :

EXPERIENCED |
Tractor head.operator, dump
truck drivers, Mechanic. Apply
in person at Islander Pavers.
Call 357-4436. |

Growing company is lookiing
for self motovated,experienced
sales representive. base and

bonus compensation packages

Available call 326-1473.

















TROPICAL HOME DESIGNS
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

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

DRIVER NEEDED To drive
public bus on Route #1 ~
Serious inquires only

Tel: 434 -0469

HOUSEKEEPER Requiried to].

maintain home and keep baby
Must be 30 and over’
Call: 393-5900 for interview.

CEMETERY/ASSISTANT/
HANDYMAN
325-6621/ 393-6464

LIVE IN MAID
With good cooking skills.
: Tel: 3893-11070



Live in maid to take care of the
elderly. Phone: 393-5339.

Semi Skilled Carpenter to work
in workshop E
call: 434-8547.



SkILLED AUTOBODY Helper
fax 325-5581 or call 328-2774
or 323-8080

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. _

WANTED

Loca! Shipping company
seeks 1 Warehouse
Supervisor/Coordinator must
be able to organize and run
warehouse et Sent with
the ability to think fast on
thelr feet. Applicants must
apply in person @ Arawak
Stevedoring on Arawak Cay
directly behind The Fish Fry.
No phone calls please.

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,

Commission offered.






















*Previous,



Career Opportunities

in the Hotel Industry

A. five star boutique resort is
seeking individuals to fill the
position of General Manager,
Executive Chef and
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 skills with
the ability to supervise, train
motivate and lead staff

*Ability to work and use own
initiative “and make sound
decisions ae
‘Be able to work nights,
weekends and public holidays
‘Fluency in foreign language
would be an asset

“Sales and Marketing
background would be
distinct advantage

Executive Chef

The Executive chef will have

the responsibility for the

operations of the restaurant

and bar.

The successful candidate

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

‘Knowledge of food safety
uidelines

caxpenence in gourmet menu
planning

*Good Oral and
communication skills

“Experience
restaurant will be a pius

*Pastry skills and health

conscious cooking will be an{3 Skills

advantage

Spa Manager
The Spa Manager will have} offered

responsibility for the
operation and success of an
exclusive Spa.

The successful candidate
should have:
Preferable

five ears

experience doing supervision in
a hospitality setting
Qualification Certificates and

or Diploma in Hospitality and
Spa related services

successful Spa
management or Hospitality
management experience for a





in a _ gourmet { o464,

THE TRIBUNE



Sass

minimum of five years
*Knowledge of professional Spa
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

*Creative 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

e .
by July 31st, 2006.

We thank all applicants for their
interest but only short-listea
applicants will receive a reply.

Lady seeks (4) days work
babysitter. -or take care of
elderly call 455-3965

ONE CASHIER, 2 young men
to work at a tyre repair and car

Aalwash, must be eager and

willing to work. Serious
Louies ONY: Mr Jamal Gaitor.

Well Established wholesale
requires a truck driver. Person
must have a valid drivers
license and must be able to
drive a large with standard shift.
Apply in person at Lightbourn
Trading Co., Mackey St: next
door to Nassau Hotels and
Restaurants.

PRESCHOOL TEACHERS
NEEDED

-| Must: have any of the following

certificate Infant Toddler
Certificate Preschool certificate

written | auxiliary certificate with 2 years

or more experience. Call 394-

WANTED

Technicians and
Technician helpers with a

willingness to work on family
Islands. Excellent salary

ered.
Call: 364-0491/557-5355

you. think you can
dancehall?

Win $200.00.
Please leave a voicemail
at 565-1257.

Must be 18 or older.

MATURE LADY required to
mind child & person, light
housekeeping- must have own
transport. Contact 363-3771
after 7pm.







THE TRIBUNE.



LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPEER
325-6621 393-6464

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

URGENTLY NEEDED: Mature,
responsible and honest lady to
care for young child and baby,
general household chores,
Mon-Fri, 7:30 am 5:15 pm.
Salary $160.00 per _ week.

Bahamians only apply Contact
Mrs. V. Archer at 364-6271 or
324-7693



ee LE Ze
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.

ROOMMATE WANTED TO

SHARE Furnished 2 bed 1 1/2

bath townhouse utilities

included great parking and

location. $500.00 per month.

aoe to move in. Call: 326-
0. :

WANTS TO SHARE AT $100
PER WEEK. UTILITIES
INCLUDED. 393-8201

WANTS TO SHARE

Tiquella is seeking to live in
Bedroom Furnished with all
utilities included will pay

weekly. Call | will tell you what
am willing to pay per week
Call 535-0769 URGENTLY



SECURITY OFFICER
LOOKING FOR A
JOB PAYING $10/HR.

CELL 454-7304. °

MATURE LADY seek job as
baby sitter, housekeeper, . live
out, days work or to care for the
elderly person Phone 535-
7256.

MATURE, PROFESSIONAL
Woman seeks part-time work at
home or in the Eastern District
between the hours of 9am-2pm.
Fast shorthand and typing;
computer literate ~ ree

Call: 364-8350

POSITION WANTED
Lady seeks weekly or gays ob
‘to. do baby sitting, house
keeping or to take care of an
elderly or disable adult or child.
Call 544-9161 :

POSITION WANTED

Mature lady in her 40's ‘seeks
days work or weekly jobs as
babysitter/maid or
housekeeper. Call: 426-5863.
Ask for Dell.
















RETAIL POSITION
AVAILABLE:

To. manage small store in

cruise ship area. Only apply if

you have: Excellent social
skills, flexible working
hours/days, some retail

experience, responsible, honest
and puntual!! Please. do not
apply for this job if you do not
meet these criteria. Position
available immediately

Call: 328-6167

Tiquella is seeking
employment day(s) weekly as
sales person, warehouse lady
dishwasher, many other job
employment(s) call 5350769
Tiquella Rolle .

job for: pressing only.
neg. Phone 325-4464.

POSITION WANTED
Executive Assistant with over
13 years experience in the
Corporate and Business
sectors, desires employment
between the hours of 9am -
2pm. Executive — Secretarial
experience, no supervision
required. Professional ‘and
confidential.

Please enquire at 454-7059
and email domi@bateinet.bs

MARKETING EXECUTIVE
Responsibilities include, but not
limited to:

lary

* Manage . &. executive
marketing campaigns.
* Develop & implement

marketing programs & sales
support materials. for new
product launches, including
budgets and timelines.

* Manage development,
production & distribution of
promotional & collateral
material to support marketing
programs. - :

* Provide post-event reports,
analysis & regular status
reports on marketing projects.
«Day to day contact with
clients. :

+ Preparation of creative
briefings, contact & activity

reports.
g agency















* Following & improvin

process & procedures.
E QUIREMENTS:

. Strong _-verbal &

‘communication skills.

+ Excellent computer skills,

including, Word, MS Office,

Excel, Power Point.

+ Project management or sales

experience. ‘ fee

« Strong attention to detail.

* Bachelor degree in Business

or Marketing preferred.

.Please include salary
requirements: when. submitting
resume. .Send resume - to:

Human ‘Resources Manager
P.0.Box:. N-1807 Nassau;
Bahamas

LADY Seek live in
Call 325-2822

MATURE LADY In her 40's

seeks days work or weekly job

as baby sitter/maid or house

Keeper. Call: 426-5863. ask for
ell.









MATURE. LADY Seeking day:
a

| AM SEEKING to live in a
furnished bedroom with all
















A honest reliable mature
woman seeks days or weekly
work. Ask for Debbie, serious
enquire only, 356-5220.

DO YOU NEED SOMEONE TO
CLEAN YOU OFFICE, HOME
OR APARTMENT FOR YOU?
PHONE US JOHNSON AND
LEAVE MESSAGE PLEASE.

HARD WORKING & reliable
young man looking for a job as

FOR ALL YOUR
Computer Repairs
Contact Alex at 436-8774 436-

9630

a construction worker, -
Specialized: in carpentry,| HURRICANE SEASON
masonery sheet rocking, steel ROOF LEAKING -
tying, shingle roof and even NEED STORM
aintin
Call 361 -077 and ask for Ricky eRe ALL
HYDROLOGIST/ CONSTRUCTION AT

HYDROGEOLOGIST 392-5404 - NOW.
Local: Company seeking — to
employ two senior
Hydrologists/Hydrogeologists

with . university qualifications,
twenty. years experience,
experience. in ground water
modelling, instrumentation, and

Mason Contractor available at
affordable. prices for out Islands
and Nassau.

Call- (242)-359-4837.

aquifer testing in Carbonate PUT OUR HOME VIDEOS
Systems. Must have project) AND CAMC-DRDER TAPES
Management experience. ON DVD.

Send Resume to P.A: Maillis, PHONE 242-326-1606.
Maillis and Maillis, Chamber, CELL 242-557-8665.

Fort Nassau House,
Marlborough Street, P.O. Box
N-4014 Nassau.



MARATHON MALL STORE

utilities included. Call me at ' 4
535-0769. Lease for sale, For more
information contact mall office

at 394-4043

STOP LIVING
CHEQUE TO CHEQUE!!
BACK TO SCHOOL % Fam fundieds in days.
lo gimmicks, no scams,
ME GAIN no Saving, no. selling. Just
SKIRTS/JUMPER thousands to be made by

making 1 call to the States
Internet access required.
Call 455-2719

@ LOWEST PRICES

FOR HAIR BRAIDING ALL
SUMMER AND
BACK TO aoe













HAIR BRAIDIN AND
CALL 394.8098, OF & NAIL CLASSES
394-8893, 426-3162, :
LEAVE A MESSAGE. Available Classes start July
SS Se | 2006. Kit included with
. | courses. Call to reserve seat
394-4925, 436-5416.
Get RID of PERSONAL MATHMATICS
TUTORING
Stinging Bees. For 4 weeks, summers
of - | program Contact Ms Hepburn
Call for price. 393-3939 | _ © 436-9680 or 328-5086"
BETTER BUILDERS Roofing &| SUMMER SPEC:AL
Construction Roof — repairs, | 40% Off sewing classess

free hand cutting) limited

construction of new roofs,
eating. Call today, Ph: 361-
4314 :

walls, drive ways, homes, etc....
Phone:525-3025.

BUILDING OR REPAIRING
Your Home or Office
Call Mr Forbes Ph: 394-3959

graphic designing

WEDDING INVITATIONS &
Programms personalized
napkins, wine glasses ribbons
favor boxes etc. @US prices.
Call 380-5555 24 hrs. 10% off
with ad.

Patio & Tent Sale
Household Items, —_ Ladies
Clothing, Accessories, Back to
School Items, CD's, DVD’s and
Much, Much Morel!

This Saturday 7 to 12 Noon,
Wellington/Lancaster off
Christie Avenue, Stapleton
Gardens. Tel. 325-2175"



THURSDAY, JUL







SOT

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

PATIO SALE

15, July 06 Saturday 7:00 a.m.
- 8:30 a.m. Everything $2.00
and below jewelry, china,
clothes-sizes s, m, |, shoes size
7, books, household items
etc..#21 Woodland Road off
Village Road opposite Blair-
wood - no through-road fast
corner on the left, last house on
right.

PATIO SALE

Unique 4 door China cabinet L
70" by W 21" by H 48", a 28-
tray/drawer wooden collectors
item L 67" by W 17" by H 34",
electric long line fishing reel, 20
ft. boat & engine, day bed,
homework desk, collection of
old rare hardback books, and
much more. Head South on
Fox Hill Road, take the second
left corner after the prison, we
are the fourth. house on the
high hedges. Tel: 324-0888.







1 DRESSING TABLE

with hutch $150.00 _.

1 chest of drawers $80.00

1 night stand $15.00

1 dressing table with matching
mirror $150.00

Tel: 393-5490

2 Beds for SALE!
1 double bed $160
1 Queen bed $175
Call 322-8527

2 KIDS Captain Twin Bed Sets

For Sale $500.00 each

Exercise Machine $225.00
359-2139

2-Beautiful Brand New Gold
and Black/Gold Urns for sale
$350.00 ono. call 4368525

ELECTRIC THREADMILL For
Sale has incline and full length
running platform $400.00

obo Tel: 356-0545

pes Rooms an

pcs/beige/tan

Computer desk & Chair $100
. Weight Bench: $50
Juice Extractor en $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

REFIGERATOR
For Sale $450.00
China closet for sale $450.00
~ Call: 361-6137






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* BRAND NEW UNLOCKED
COLOUR SCREEN
CELLULAR PHONES
Nokia 3220 (Camera) - $230
Sony Ericsson J300 (pink/gray)
‘ 175

-$
Motorola C139 - $120
Call 356-5151 for details

Desktop Computer for sale
$250. phone: 364-8508.

DRESSMAKERS SAVE time
get professional finish purchase
on industrial hemmer/blindstitch
sewing machine at $450.00 and
get an automatic button hole
machine at $20.00 reg. $50.00
perfect for school uniforms

Ph 325-4746

EVERYTHING MUST GO

Like new:

washer - $300.00

Dryer - $300.00

30' stove. w/med gas tank -
$350.00

Dresser - $50.00

19" T.V. - $120.00

2 Bunk beds - $120.00

Phone: 392-1 126/535-5767.

FOR SALE
Electric Stove - $250.00

‘Washer- $ 200.00

Tel. 323-1983

Furniture for sale

Call 324-3635

Couch — $385, Matching Love
Seat - $300

Wood + glass coffee table -

$ 120 each

Wood + glass - $175

Couch - $250

Tall bookshelf - $75

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.

GERMAN SHEPERD/Chow

old; 1st shot given $200.00
Tel: 323-4250/324-0227

ITEMS FOR SALE
King size bed $500.00
Fridgedaire Washer $350.00
Fridgedaire refrigerator
$350.00

Stove-four bumer $300.00
Inverter Microwave $150:00
Dining table - 6 chairs (2)

Lazy Boy- Chairs (2) $100.00
Professional straw desk
$250.00

Power House Workout Bench
$400.00
Edge 386 Exercise Bike
. $300.00

es!

Large Mirrors (2) $100.00
box of 16" Fans (2) $45.00
Steel desk
To view call: 325-8006-9:00-
4:00 p.m.

PANSATS, VIEWSATS AND

ALL OTHER CARDLESS
RECEIVERS, SALES,
SERVICE, REPAIR,
PROGRAM AND

INSTALLATION. CALL 325-
7280.



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THE GYM TENNIS CLUB

WINTON MEADOWS
TELEPHONE: 324-6019 / 324-7007

- A place for physical and social recreation, offering

- An expansive pleasing environment

- 6 clay courts to relieve stress on lower limbs aNd back

- Nature walking track

- A club house with changing rooms, bar and kitchen services
_] - Off court recreational activities - dominoes, cards, backgammon,
.| - Social, junior, single, family and corporate membership at attrac
4 tive rates
|| - Daily lessons for children and adults at $60 per month
| - Free lessons for new membes.
: Court access from early morning to 9.00 pm.

| TPM Realty 0.1:
PO Box SS-5988,
Nassau, Bahamas

Ph/Fax: (242)356-7268

Email: rudy @batelnets.bs
Web Page: www.tpm-realty.com

Rudolph R Dean, CRA
BROKER / APPRAISER

“We professionally satisfy all your property needs”

We Supply and Install
Windshields ¢ Door glass ¢ Back glass ¢ Ou or glass
WINDSHIELDS STATE AT $1 6:
Lowest Prices Guaranteed

Tel/Fax: 326-1106
Located: a Street South, opp Audley Kemp Bar
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While you wait!!!
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Call:
322-3831, or 323-7477 Toady!!!
Located at #153 Shirley St.
Mon-Fri: 8: saben Sat: 10-6pm.

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GROSVENOR ACADEMY

INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE |

NEW AND CONTINUING COURSES IN:

¢ Spanish
°Creole

¢ German
¢ Portuguese ¢ Kids Spanish
¢S.A.T. Pep ° BGCSE Pep

¢ English as a Second Language)
TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS

Tel: 323-2078 ¢ Fax: 323-6914

E-mail: AcademyBahamas @ Gmail.com
. #64 Grosvenor Close, Shirley Street, PO Box SS-19823

¢ French
¢ Japanese
¢ Italian

COMPUTER EXPRESS

Let our Expert Technicians provide you with Professional Service.

SALES ¢ SERVICS ° REPAIR
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE FOR SATELLITES & COMPUTERS

TEL: (242) 364-0784

EMAIL:computerexpress @ coralwave.com

Beautiful, Youthful Skin!

Micfodermabrasion
Chemical Peels
Physician’s Prescription Strength Skin Care Products



Tele hone: 322-3831 today!
Advanced Medicine (enter &

Located at #153 Shirley St, Mon-Fri, 8:30- ik ; Sat 10-Spm.
“Determined to make your life longer, healthier & happier.

SEAVIEW BLINDS &
INTERIORS

ALL WINDOW TREATMENTS
CARPETING/UPHOLSTERY CENTER
20% OFF WOOD BLINDS
25% OFF VERTICAL BLINDS

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM
BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH
L/FAX: 1-242-361-2111 * CELL: 477-4335

THE TRIBUNE

Computer Repair Services

Quality Computer Repair performed -
~ sssseoeeee DY Certified Technicians

eHardware Repair
eSoftware Upgrades
Virus Removal

"Tel: 322-4872
Email: system_specialists @ hotmail.com

Viruses slowing your computer down
Spy-Ware controlling your machine?
Can't Browse The Internet?

Is your Computer running slow?
a Computer not booting up? E
Call Us Today! Schedule a Pickup!\
We Pickup, fix and deliver your |:

machine!
Upgrade special!

Phone: 242-426-5344

E-mail infiniumsales@yahoo.com
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The Right Technology. Right Away. Innovation Meets Dedication.
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Offering Professional Services including:

Landscape Design « Landscapé Consultation = Landseape
Installation - Sod & Seed Installation « irrigation Service & Repair
+ Irrigation System Installation ~ Lawn Care - Pressure Cleaning

Office: 341-0962 Cell: 455-5653

: Ri ae i ie ee com

PLUMBING & GENERAL WUE eS

SPECIALIZING IN:

« Home and business Repairs & Maintenances
¢ Layout & Roughing Plumbing
e Pressure Cleaning
* House Painting
SRO oC Me oO ie Sewices to. xb”

Tel: 324-4723 ¢ Cell: 558-7026
Twynam Heights, Nassau, Bahamas





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or 8 summer Tull. af exciement,
skills and fan,

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH

THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM

PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
& WEDDINGSe FUNERALS*HOMESe CARS

Just call the numbers listed,
ll personally handle your request.

(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
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POBox €8- 11314

S &F Electronics & Variety Store

Sale ane Sale

Vernique’s Variety Store Clothing
for women & kids for all occasions sizes 2 -34,
also Hats, Bags, Shoes, Accessories and much more
- Store Hours 10-7pm
opposite Buy 4 Less Food Store
Blue Hill Rd. South, Tel/Fax 361-7947

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 45

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Telephone: 361-2637
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Tel: 364-6238 / 426-0074

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Driven for Dependability
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Visit our site:
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PROFESSIONAL
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© Special Projects E

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Proof-reading

Administrative
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Tel 364-8551
Cell 427-0055

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CARTWRIGHT’S DIVE
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UNDERWATER BOAT MAINTENANCE

BOTTOM CLEANING +» PROPELLER REMOVAL + ZINCS CHANGE

(FREE ON ANY CLEANING JOB)
Lowest Rates Available - Prompt & Reliable Service

CALL: 341-5021-office, 557-9633-CELL

THE SUMMIT RETREAT

WESTRIDGE, JFK DRIVES (Quiet & secluded)

__. GRADUATIONS, WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS,

CONFERENCES, RETREATS, YOUTH CAMPS, PRIVATE

GET-AWAYS. A/C DORMS, CHAPEL, KITCHEN, DINING
ROOM, PRAYER CLOSETS.

( GROUPS UP TO 80 PERSONS )
327-0667 / 424-3330

www.ithesummitretreat.org
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

‘Door to Door Mail Service
is Here!!!

Can’t get to the Post Office?
Flamingo Express installs a mailbox
on your premises and deliver your

mail to your home for only $25.00
per month plus start up FEE!!

Cali
FLAMINGO EXPRESS
322-2347

CRICKET CLUB

Restaurant & Pub -Open Daily « Live By Satelite English Premier Soccer,
Cricket, Rugby etc
SERVING - Shepard Pie + Cracked Conch + Bangers & Mash ‘Chicken
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Location:Haynes Oval West Bay St. Oppo. Arawak Cay

Tel: 326-4720

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PARADISE ISLAND HARBOUR #3368
Mediterranean style 2 bed 2 bath condo in security
gated complex. Marble tife floors, modem European
kitchen, pooi, hot wb, deck 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. Pilasey SOM ta: com
242.457.4308

.2 bath villa. Wood ceilings, private pool, lush

PARADISE IsLAND, Dock Sire FOR
SALE #3426 Fifty foot dock slip that can
accomodate a boat up to 60 feet. Electricity,
water and-cable TV. $225,000.

Jamieson. Damianos@SothebyeR eaty com
242,362,425 1

PARADISE ISLAND #3397 Adorable 2 bed,

garden, complete furnishings, tiled floors, new oven,
washer/dryer, lots of cabinet. space. $495,000.
Lana.Rademaker@SothebysRealty.com_
242.322.2305



Ocean Prace, PARADISE ISLAND
#2558 Harbourfront 2 and 3 bed Juxury con-
dominiums. Concierge Desk, Business Center,
Resort Amenities & Dock slip available.
Pre-construction prices. From $879,500.
Info@Damianos.com

Ocean Cxius Estates BEACHFRONT
#3432 Enjoy world class living at the exclusive
Ocean Club Estates. Elevated beachfront fot, on
pristine Cabbage Beach. US$5,960,000.
George.Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.362.4211

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

MONTAGUE. HEIGHTS #3306 Spacious
3,400 sq. ft. 3 bed 2 bath residence with f bed
apt. on double fot in quiet community. Tied
floors, alarm system,A/C. House $495,060, lor at
$239,000. Suzanne.Harding@SothebysRealty.com
242.393 1179



CaBLeé BEACH #2622 European ambience
at this well built 4 bed 4.5 bath waterfront resi-
dence with 98 feet on the water x 280 feet
deep. Ideal for condo development. $1,650,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

LoTs & ACREAGE

Love Estates #3393 Oceanview lot with
150" on West Bay Street x 380° deep. $549,000.
Love EstTaTes #3419 Four hillside fots,
approx. 21,700 sq, ft. Priced from $670,000.
Ridley.Carroll@SothebysRealty.com
242.477.7928

YAMACRAW ROAD Single & multi-family lots - 80’ x 100’. 10% down. Financing available on single

family. Prices start at $89,000.

Great HARBouR Cay Elevated lot on ridge, sea view. $90,000, Waterfront 130’ x 330°, $275,000.
SoutnH OCEAN Single & mult-family lots from $90,000.

JACARANDA Residential lots 90" x 120’ from $120,000.

ELEUTHERA Oceanfront lot 90’ x 170’ - $130,000.

INDIGO Residential lots 60° x 120° from $150,000. Triplex loc $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.
SANDYPORT Canalfront lot with dock and beach. $340,000.

DAMIANOS SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY, 75 SHIRLEY $

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



Dovusre Bay, ELeurnera #3412
Beachfront 1.5 acre parcel with approximately
150 feet of pink sand beach x 44} feet deep
extending back to the Great Pond. US$1.050,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com
242.322.2305

RENTALS

West Bay STREET Oceanfront 2b Ib apt wigarage. $2,000.
DELAPORTE. Oceanfront 3b 3b, sea views. $3,500.

Navrica Furnished 3 bed 2.5 bath townhouse, Gated complex with lake... $3,800.

SBAPOINTE 3b 3b townhouse, beachfront. $5,000.

SANDYPORT Island cottage Governor’s Cay. $5,500.

WEST Bay STREET Oceanfront home, 4 bedrooms, office and garage. $6,000.

SANDYPORT Executive canalfront 3b 3.5b, dockslip. $7,000.

Panavise Is. Harbourfront 3 bed 3 bath apt, dock slip. $7,500,

IsLANDs aT OLD Fort Bay Key West style waterfront 3b 3b cottage, boat dock, views. $8,000.
Oxp 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.

STREET, NASSAU 242.322.2305



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@ By KAHMILE REID -

‘THREE vehicles plunged
into Lake Cunningham yester-
day morning, after a truck tried
to overtake a car on JFK Drive.

According to a report from
the traffic division of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force, the dri-
ver of a Ford F150 truck, trav-
elling east on JFK Drive, lost
control of his vehicle-when he
tried to overtake a Daihatsu car
and crashed into a tree.

The report said that when the
driver, of the Daihatsu car saw
the truck, he tried to avoid a
collision by applying his brakes:
This resulted in the Daihatsu
being hit by another heavy duty
truck, which caused both vehi-
cles to go into the lake. | ~

The driver of the Daihatsu
was taken to the Princess Mar-

Man dies of his injuries

‘garet Hospital for treatment.

As his injuries were not life
threatening, he was treated and
discharged.

' Police said the matter is
being investigated. They said
they could not at this time
release the names of the per-
sons involved in the accident.

_ Accidents on JFK Drive are
common, especially during the
rainy season, an officer told-The

Tribune. It is suspected that wet —

roads may have been a con-
tributing factor in the accident.
Last month the traffic divi-

sion reported 1,500 traffic acci-.

dents in New Providence so far
this year.
This figure, according to the
report, includes only matters per-
sonally dealt with by the division.
Some cases, the report said, did
not make it to the department.

after attack on Monday

By KAHMILE REID

A MAN, who was attacked on Bay Street Monday morning, died of his
injuries at the Princess Margaret Hospital just before 6am yesterday.
The deceased is 26-year-old Devon Thompson of Malcolm Road.
Mr Thompson was walking with a group of friends in the vicinity of
Pipe of Peace on Bay Street when the incident occurred.
According to reports, the assailant, who Mr Thompson knew,
approached him, produced a sharp object and stabbed him in the neck.

Following the stabbing, Mr Thompson ran to Bank Lane where he col-

lapsed.

The police have launched an investigation into the murder and although
no motive has yet been found for the stabbing, Marvin Dames, officer in
charge of the Central Detective Unit, confirmed that police are follow-

ing promising leads.

“We are following very encouraging leads,” said Mr Dames.
Mr Thompson’s death marks the 26th murder since the start of the year.

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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006

US Embassy has ‘yet to

receive report on alleged

beating of journalist

@ By PAUL
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

AFTER four months of wait-
ing, sources at the US Embassy
confirmed yesterday that they
have -yet to receive the
promised “in-depth report”
from government on the alleged
beating of an American jour-
nalist outside the Carmichael
Road Detention Centre earlier
this year.

Mario Vallejo, a newscaster
with the Spanish channel Uni-
vision, was reportedly beaten
and bloodied by a Defence
Force officer while filming out-
side the compound on Febru-
ary 7.

According to witnesses, Mr

Vallejo. was covering the |

reunion of seven Cubans res-
cued several weeks ago at
Elbow Cay and their relatives

SEE page six







@ THE vehicles ended up in Lake
Cunningham after the accident
(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune staff)

Ingraham h



at Bradley Roberts

i By MARK HUMES .

OPPOSITION Leader Hubert
Ingraham shook off attempts by
MP Bradley Roberts to “smear”
his name and challenged the Bain
and Grants Town representative
and others in the Progressive Lib-
eral Party to be as forthcoming
about their handling of public
funds as they are with his infor-
mation.

Yesterday, quashing allegations

made by Mr Roberts to residents «

of North Abaco, the former
prime minister provided The Tri-

bune with documentation which
contradicted the minister’s claims.
“Mr Roberts’ will continue to

-smear me because he knows I

have credibility,” said Mr Ingra-
ham. “He will try to paint me
witha brush seeking to create'a

once again, put some truth to Mr
Robert’s lies.”

In his speech to residents, Mr
Roberts said that Mr Ingraham,
in nine years, had received 108
payments of $1,500 to underwrite

SEE page 15

Minister says smaller groups of Haitian
immigrants coming into the Bahamas



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@ By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE Bahamas is already seeing smaller
groups of Haitian immigrants coming into the
country and larger.groups leaving to return to
their homeland as Haiti takes its first steps as.a
re-established democracy, Minister of Labour
and Immigration Shane Gibson told The Tri-
bune yesterday.

With Haiti’s new government just sworn in
last month, and the country currently in the
progress of negotiating its return to CARICOM,
the Bahamas is already seeing a shift in the
influx of migrants — both legal and illegal — from
Haiti.

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is still being compiled, his personal observa-
tions and those of the department of immigra-
tion have shown that smaller groups are coming
into the Bahamas since the election of the new
Haitian president René Préval earlier this year.
The Immigration minister said that passenger
manifests of flights from the Bahamas to Haiti
further show that an increasing number of
Haitians are travelling to their home country.

“We don’t have any exact numbers yet, but - |

we are definitely seeing more full flights to
Haiti,” he said.

Mr Gibson also said that conversations with
Haitians who are in the country on work permits
indicate that the Bahamas could soon see a

SEE page 15





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Tension rises at Port Authority as
two more directors step down

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attorney Sean McWeeney,
resigned as members of its
Board of Directors yesterday.

Authority has once again been
rocked by controversy as both
THE Grand Bahama Port Senator Sharon Wilson and

Sun Oil Limited

News reaching The Tri-
bune claim that both Ms
Wilson and Mr
McWeeney vacated their
posts because they were
not being advised or con-
sulted in connection with
recent management
changes occurring at the
Port Authority.

Contacted at his offices
at Graham, Thompson,
and Co, Mr McWeeney.
confirmed his resignation,
and in a media release
confirmed that the lack
of transparency in mat-
ters at the Port lead to his
and Mrs Wilson’s step-
ping down.

In light of the recent
news and one day after
calling for government to
investigate the recent
spate of Bahamians
resigning or being termi-
nated from the Grand
Bahama agency, Senator



Philip Galanis weighed in jj SENATOR Sharon Wilson

on the latest announce-
ment out of Grand
Bahama saying, “the kinds of
actions we have seen taking
place over the last few weeks,
with the removal and/or resig-

‘nation of persons in very high

positions at the Port is a major
cause for concern.”

“It is indicative, in my opin-
ion, of a fiefdom and plantation
mentality of the stakeholders in
the G B Port Authority who are
being supported by the lackeys
that they have appointed in key
positions down there.”

Senator Galanis said that as
board members, at the very
least, Mr McWeeney and Mrs
Wilson ought to have been noti-
fied.

The Senator said that he is
concerned about what is going

on at the Grand Bahama Port ©

Authority because it does not
speak well for the prospects of
Bahamians who are currently
employed at the Port Authority.

“They must be very con-
cerned and’‘anxious about
whether their positions are

safe,” said Mr Galanis. “There

is a general disrespect by the
stakeholders in the Port
Authority and their lackeys for

Bahamians generally, and |

Freeporters, in particular.”

He pointed out that. there
seemed to be a concerted effort
to dismantle the Bahamians
who have served in senior posi-
tions at the Port Authority, cre-
ating a vacuum. He wondered
whether the vacant positions
would now be filled by non-
Bahamians. :

Earlier this month, the Grand
Bahama Port ‘Authority
announced that the position of
deputy chairman, once held by
Mrs Willie Moss, had been
made redundant.

In the weeks leading up to

’ Mrs Moss termination, two oth-

er executives, Barry Malcolm,
the former executive vice-pres-
ident, and Mr Julian Francis,
former CEO and Charman.
also resigned: +.

Mr Francis’ resignation came

amidst speculation that
there was growing ten-
sion between him and the
company’s two major
shareholders, Mr Hannes
Babak of Austria and
Bahamian Sir Albert
Miller, who, after a year’s
retirement, has replaced
the-outgoing Mr Francis
as CEO. Mr Babak, who
has also caused much
controversy at the Port
Authority since his
appointment, now acres
as Chairman.

There has been some
opposition expressed by
residents of Grand
Bahama over the

eigner as Chairman, as
they maintain that there:

Bahamians who coul
have served in Mr
Babak’s position.
Senator Galanis, in
calling for government,
to investigate, said “I
could not believe that

there was due process in the

selection of the replacement for
Mr Francis. Immediately on his
retirement, they brought in
Babak to replace him. I do not
recall there being any kind of
advertisement or job search
made by the Grand Bahama

‘Port Authority to find’ a

Bahamian to replace him.

“As to what I think ought to
happen,” Senator Galanis said
yesterday, “the Government
needs to immediately investi-
gate this matter to make the
Port Authority realize that they
cannot continue to act in this
manner by simply terminating
Bahamians at will, even though
they are a private company ...

and that they really seriously

need to revisit whether or not
they don’t need to revoke Mr
Hannas Babak’s work permit

and cause the Port to conduct.a.

bona fide search for a Bahami-
an replacement.”

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suicide’ at
Fox Hill

A FEMALE inmate at Her
Majesty’s prison — with just nine
months left to serve — report-
edly tried to commit suicide ear-

-ly Tuesday morning.

Although prison Superinten-
dent Elliston Rahming
expressed caution about
labelling the incident a suicide
attempt, he admitted that the
circumstances under which the
inmate was found would lead
one to believe that the woman
sither tried to harm herself or
jraw attention to herself.

News reports indicated that
he woman, who is a Haitian
yational in her 30s, was found in
i bathroom hanging from a
‘ope.

Dr Rahming told The Tri-
yune that when the woman was
jiscovered, she was coherent
ind “not in a bad state”.

He said that the woman was
aken to hospital, treated and
lischarged. Dr Rahming said
he inmate had been depressed
over her prison sentence.

“She was given a two-year
sentence for possession of
xaudulent documents and com-
olained that other persons in
similar cases had been given a
fine whereas she was given a
prison sentence. She said that
she could have paid a fine,” Dr
Rahming said yesterday.

He said that the matter has
been turned over to the pris-
on’s internal affairs department
and that the woman will see a
psychiatrist.

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nurses’ |
conference

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the Bahamas has received sub- .
stantial funding from the
Bahamas Telecommunication
Company and the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce to host
the 25th biennial Caribbean

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The conference will be held
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THE long awaited refur-
bishment and expansion of
public schools in the Bahamas
is underway, according to per-
manent secretary of Education
Creswell Sturrup.

He said refurbishment pro-
jects should be finished by the
end of the summer, but ongo-
ing construction projects will
run through the beginning of
the new semester.

Mr Sturrup said the contract
for construction of the state-
of-the-art TG Glover pre. and
primary school, to be built on
Horseshoe Drive, will be
signed on Friday.

Some school officials are still
skeptical that much of the
refurbishment promised for

schools will be done.

However, Minister of Works
Bradley Roberts told The Tri-
bune yesterday that the work
would be completed in time
for the new semester.

Last month The Tribune ran
a story on the disrepair of
Englerston's EP Roberts Pri-
mary School, situated directly
adjacent to the constituency
office of Glenys Hanna-Mar-
tin.

An official at EP Roberts
said yesterday that security
bars had been installed in the
rooms which will hold the
school’s 60 new computers,
which have sat in storage for
weeks because the buildings
were not secure.

The concerned official said
no substantial work has started

and that the real problem of the
leaky roof has yet to be
addressed.

The Ministers of Works and
Education, early last month,
could not see eye to eye on the
construction of schools, which
should have started back in
2002.

Each minister considered
that the decision to begin plans
and allocate funds was the oth-
er's responsibility.

During budget debates last
month members of the oppo-
sition expressed their doubt
that any of the expansion and
construction promises made
by the PLP government would
materialise over the summer.

The FNM said that because
the TG Glover Primary School
will cost just under $10 million



ew police crime
van is unveile

@ By KARAN MINNIS
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE Royal Bahamas
Police Force yesterday offi-
cially launched the newest
addition to its crime unit
family.

Speaking at the launch of
the new Crime Scene Unit,
a new $200,000 state-of-the-
art crime van, Commission-
er of Police Paul Farquar-
son explained that the vehi-
cle is an extension of the
Royal Bahamas Police
Force’s efforts to secure
both the technology and the
expertise needed to remain
on the cutting edge.

“Whenever there is a
crime our officers from the
criminal records office will
travel to these locations and
they will commence their
technical and scientific
investigations, taking sam-
ples and collecting other
items necessary for their
investigations.”

“What this facility does,”
he said, ‘‘is allows us to have
a physical presence in a
more structured way to pro-
vide a high level of service.”

Deputy Prime Minster
and Minister of National
Defence Cythina Pratt said
it was an honour to be part
of the commissioning of the

_ crime van saying it had been

“a long time coming”.

She took the opportunity
to thank police for protect-
ing her at the weekend in
West End when a tornado
touched down. “Suddenly a
tornado touched down and
the police officers who were
there, they did not think
about their lives, their inter-
est and their concern was in
protecting me. And I want
to publicly thank them from
the bottom of my heart.
Some of them got injured
trying to protect me and I
can’t ever forget that.”

“So at this time I would
like to thank them again for
protecting me.”

The vehicle is a diesel
powered, automatic, and
purposely built to facilitate
their needs,

ASP Elburt Ferguson, ~
officer in-charge of the
crime scene investigation
unit, said: “We had it pur-
posely built for our needs.






E ASP Elburt Ferguson shows Ministe
Cynthia Pratt, along with Commisioner of Police Paul

Farquarson the new surveillance camera yesterday as the police

unveil a new crime scene van



@ THE exterior of the van

TER of National security Cynthia Pratt ttakes the

(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune Staff)

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power when we go to the crime
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are doing, so we need the light.
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our crime scene.”

The vehicle, which can hold
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expansion, which was also crit-
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it is in what they described as an
unhealthy and flood prone area.

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Bradley Roberts: ‘pork-chop suit’ man

ON FRIDAY Works Minister Bradley
Roberts was in Cooper’s Town — Opposition
Leader Hubert Ingraham’s North Abaco con-
stituency — to sign contracts for the repair of
four government docks.

It is a recognised courtesy that when such
a function takes place in an MP’s con-
stituency, that MP is invited to attend.

We gather that Mr Ingraham received no
such invitation. Instead he was the object of
a smear campaign as Mr Roberts launched
into what promises to be a below-the-belt
election.

Obviously government is so afraid of
Hubert Ingraham that all tactics, no matter
how low, are going to be part of their
blitzkrieg to get rid of him.

Bahamians should be annoyed that politi- _

cians are using them as pawns in their dirty
little games. Once more Bahamians — in this
case Abaconians — are being treated as
though they live with amnesia and are too
unintelligent to sort fact from fiction.

It would seem that the PLP are going to

harp on the fact that, after 25 vindictive years .

of the Pindling administration, Mr Ingraham

declared that if elected he would only serve |

two terms.

In 1992 Bahamians were so relieved to be:
rid of a corrupt regime that they were in no
mood to welcome another 25-year colossus
astride their necks. We believed at the time:
that Mr Ingraham’s two-term declaration was:

a mistake, but caught up in the euphoria cif —

the moment, Bahamians accepted his com -
mitment.

However, 14 years have passed. Time's,
events and political situations have change d.
After the FNM lost the 2002 election to tlhe
PLP, there was a move afoot to bring Mr
Ingraham back as party leader. Knowing that
Mr Ingraham prides himself on being. a man
of his word, the PLP goaded him about ‘his
promise in a desperate effort to keep nim
out of the political contest.

As we said in this column at the time, it is
only a fool who cannot change his mind to
accommodate changing events. In fact: the
political scene in 2005 was far different from
the one he faced in 1992 when he declared
that he was a two-term prime minister,

_ Mr Ingraham was.a reluctant riecruit for
the leadership, but his supporters refused to
let him sleep in peace until he agre¢:d to head
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said. “You shouted, nay, you demanded that
I return to lead you.” He said he could not

_ “ignore the expressed will of my people.”

In 1965 US Senator Everett M. Dirksen

_ tolda Washington press conference: “Life is
' | not a static thing. The only people who do not

change their minds are incompetents in asy-

- lums, who can’t, and those in cemeteries.”

Mr Ingraham was neither an incompetent
in an asylum, nor was he in a cemetery. He
sensibly changed his mind.

Now here is the Roberts’ spin to the peo-
ple of Abaco on the reality of Mr Ingraham’s
return to politics: .

“Hubert Ingraham, who has become arro-
gant, dictatorial and places his personal inter-
est and ambitions above the interest and well
being of the people of North Abaco.

“You will remember in 2002, the voters of
North Abaco, that it would have been the
last time he would .ask you to vote for him.
Hubert also told the Bahamas that two terms
was long enough for.any one man to be in the
office of Prime Minister.

“I wish to remind you of what I said in
March of this year,” Mr Roberts chortled,
“that a lying representative, who is double-
minded, is as dangerous to your health,
wealth and welfare as it would be, if you had

walked into a lion’s den, with a pork-chop suit

on.”

Now let’s flash back to August 2002, this
time it is none other than Mr Roberts making
declarations of cutting his political career
short.

On that day— July 31, 2002 — Mr Roberts
confirmed what he had indicated during the
2002 election campaign that if elected he
would serve only half his term. Half a term
has long gone and we are only months away
from another election. But Mr Roberts is
still around. Has he lost his counting beads, or

doesn’t he know that he should have disap-

peared over the sand dunes two and a half
years ago?

We think he must have looked in the mir-
ror and seen himself when he said: “A lying

. representative, who is double-minded, is as

dangerous to your health, wealth and wel-
fare as it would be, if you had walked into a
lion’s den, with a pork-chop suit on.”

° Well, Mr “pork-chop suit”, we shall have
more to say about you in this column tomor-
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Feedback on >
national health
insurance plan

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THE government cam-

_ paign for Universal Health-

care is on a fast track to
implementation, judging by
the Health Minister’s
remarks to the Chamber of

‘Commerce recently.

He confirmed that legis-
lation is already under way
and that the Blue Ribbon
Plan must “not be delayed
any longer:

“Business organisations
and companies should be
very responsive to feed-
back requests”.

This sounds like both a
threat and a promise.

We understand some
members of. the medical
association have provided
feedback, and perhaps oth-
er groups have done the
same.

Only they know how
their recommendations
have fared.

Since 2003 the Nassau
Institute has published
numerous articles on the
economic effects of turn-
ing ‘delivery of healthcare
over to the government.
They are on the Institute’s
Website www.nassauinsti-

’ tute.org.

In April 2004 The Insti-
tute hosted two interna-
tionally known economists,
specialists in healthcare
economics.

Drs Michael Walker and

John Goodman who spoke

directly to the issue of
Healthcare Reform for The
Bahamas.

Their presentations are
also on the Nassau Insti-
tute website. .

Notably, neither the
Health Minister nor any
representative from the
Ministry availed them-

* selves of the opportunity
for valuable feedback from

these gentlemen in April
2004.

Our experience. casts
doubt on the sincerity of
the latest request for feed-
back. More likely the Min-
ister is expecting an
endorsement of the Blue
Ribbon Commission
Report.

Besides, there are proba-

bly a very few individuals ©

sufficiently familiar with
the nationalisation process
to know the right questions
to ask.



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LETTERS

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Not being easily discour-
aged, The Nassau Institute
has now in hand a compre-
hensive study entitled, An
Analysis. of the Blue Rib-
bon Commission’s Pro-
posals and an Examina-
tion of Alternate Policy
Options.

It raises the questions
that must be answered,
ones that are unlikely to be
raised in a meeting such
the one at The Chamber of
Commerce.

The report makes recom-
mendations that will avoid
negative consequences of
escalating costs and the
shortfall of funding,
inevitable if The Blue Rib-
bon Plan is adopted.

The more than sixty page
Report and Executive
Summary will be available
about mid-July, after peer
reviews are completed.

For individuals who do
not have time to read the
full report, the Executive
Summary and a Briefing
Paper will be made avail-
able separately.

We hope for a serious
discussion on a subject crit-
ical to individual health-
care needs and the health
of the Bahamas’ economy
in the years ahead.

Currently, the Bahamas
has an opportunity to avoid
the socialist-communist
systems typical of most
other countries.

Bahamians have a right
to be free to choose their
physicians, and their
incomes left alone so they
can pay for the services
they require.

We will soon know
whether the Ministry of
Health is honestly interest-
ed.in feedback or whether
the exercise is mostly a
vote-getting political ploy
leaving aside the economic
health of the country for
later.

The full Report and
Summary will be made
available to all interested
persons.

To reserve a copy call
324-2035 or 326 5728.

THE NASSAU
INSTITUTE
Nassau,

July 1, 2006.

Solution to the
problems with
public school system

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I HAVE read and followed the shabby state of affairs of the
public school system here in the Bahamas. The solution is quite
simple. Get the politicians out of the equation.

You have an attorney running the educational programme
who probably has no clue of how to ee and operate a 60K
member school system.

They need to have an independent school board separate
from the party in power. Then the school board must retain an
experienced, even non-Bahamian, superintendent to clean up
the mess created by different administrations. This independent
superintendent will eliminate all the politically appointed cronies
who have served in the education administration.

This superintendent must have a resumé which has to include
experience recreating a school system in dire straits as you
have here in the Bahamas. The governing body of COB had the
fortitude to elect as their new president someone with the right
background, irrespective of the person’s race, colour or nation-
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LOCAL NEWS



In our latest news feature, we take a look at
increasing concern that the gap between
the rich and poor may be widening



‘A growing economic divide?

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Chief Reporter

GROWING concern about
what is viewed as the increasing
divide between the “haves” and
“have nots” in the Bahamas has

- led some who work with the

poor and disenfranchised to
conclude that the nation is sit-
ting on a powder keg which will
explode if not properly diffused.

Members of the bourgeoisie
and power elite in the Bahamas,
they say, tend to ignore the
growing gap between the social
classes and preach about a
Bahamas where there is equity
across the board.

However this image, the sta-

_ tistical and anecdotal evidence

suggests, does not reflect the
reality.

Many of those who work with
the poor and those of a lower
socioeconomic status conclude
that whether because of the
deficiencies in the education
system or a lack of resources,
many Bahamians feel they are
being pushed further away from
the “center of society” and that
they are unable to’either own a
piece of or contribute signifi-
cantly to, their country.

“We live in a lie. We have
been taught how to lie and how
to put on mask and ‘pretend
things are not the way they are.
If we don’t as a society admit
that we have a problem we will
never look for solutions,” Car-
los Reid, director of Youth
Against Violence, told The Tri-
bune yesterday.

Last year’s Bahamas Living
Conditions Survey, in the sec-
tion dealing with poverty esti-
mates and policy issues,
described the Bahamas. as one
of “the world’s most unequal
societies”.

The report concluded that
this inequality in the Bahamas





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not to date created a national
economic burden, extreme
inequality could lead to social
unrest.

This is despite the fact that

the Bahamas has a low level of.

absolute poverty, distinguish-
ing it from other highly unequal
societies such as Brazil, where
high inequality coexists with
high rates of poverty.

Because of this, the report .

concluded that it was unclear
whether inequality should be a
pressing policy issue in the
Bahamas.

Nevertheless, although the
poor constitute a comparatively
smaller percentage of the pop-
ulation in the Bahamas than
other countries, Minalee
Hanchell explained that pover-
ty is still a serious problem.

The Great Commission Min-
istry, which she heads, provides
around 100 hot meals every day
as well as everything from shel-
ter to parenting classes.

“Before coming into this kind
of ministry, I used to say no one

should be in the Bahamas and
have nothing to eat and that is
how a lot of people out there
think. But when you face the
reality, there are persons who
go to bed without a meal,” she
said.

The report pointed out that
highly unequal societies like the
Bahamas are less cohesive
which has direct implications
for the financing of public pro-
jects and the willingness to
share burdens during times of
crisis.

Indeed, many of those who
work with the poor told The
Tribune yesterday that it takes a
tremendous effort to get
Bahamians to assist the less for-
tunate — primarily because of
the perception that laziness is
the primary cause of poverty.

Mr Reid said this is indica-
tive of the selfish society that
Bahamians have cultivated.

“T think there is a need to for
persons like that to go back to
their neighborhoods and say, ‘I
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came from these places or did
some of those things which they
may not be proud of,” Mr Reid
said.

Ms Hanchell also pointed out
that to help persons in need is
very expensive and that assis-
tance from the public is vital.

“Those who have need to be
more sensitive to the have-nots.
Sometimes they look at it and
say they are lazy, but there are
many different reasons why per-
sons end up like this,” she said.

The Living Conditions: Sur-

“vey warned that highly unequal

societies may also be more
prone to crime with direct eco-

‘nomic consequences for invest-

ment and-business confidence.
Mr Reid said that inequity
leads to hopelessness among
young persons, which contributes
to the level of ‘social unrest’ the
Bahamas experiences.
“Everyone needs hope. If I
don’t have hope, I can take a
gun or knife and kill you
because I don’t care what hap-
pens to me. But when I believe

‘that thing will be better tomor-

row I may think twice. But if I
have no future what do I have
to lose?” Mr Reid pointed out.

The education system, he
said, has a big role to play in
this.

“What we should do is tell
people that even though they
may not be academically
inclined I can still become suc-
cessful because then we give
people hope.

“It comes down to what is the
motivating factor in our lives.
Most of the persons you see, if
you watch their families and the
persons they have contact with
as role models, maybe they

‘don’t inspire or motivate these
people aiid'say: no matter what

state I am in you could be better
than I am,”.Mr Reid said,

The report, compiled by the
Department of Statistics, placed
the blame for inequality at the
feet of one of the country’s key
development strategies: pro-
viding a tax haven for wealthy
expatriates.

The cost of housing repre-
sents the largest component of
non-food expenditures in the
Bahamas — 34 per cent across
the socioeconomic spectrum —
and as housing sales increase
with economic development,
the poorest of the poor are
increasingly likely to find hous-
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» FREEPORT - A major play-
ground and park will be devel-
oped and constructed in the
Eight Mile Rock community at
a cost of $75,000 through a joint
venture partnership of two
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He explained that Eight Mile
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US Embassy ‘has yet to
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beating of journalist.

FROM page one

who flew in from Miami to meet them. It was report-
ed that Mr Vallejo was hit in the face with a baton
while using the public telephone outside the centre,
sparking protests from the Cuban-American com-
munity in Florida.

Speaking to The Tribune yesterday, a source at the
Embassy said: “The Embassy has received inquiries
from members of Congress regarding the status of
the investigation, and have relayed this to the gov-
ernment: While we have not received a report, we
continue to have confidence that the government will
address these issues appropriately.”

Immediately following the incident the then Immi-
gration Minister Vincent Peet promised an in-depth
report on the matter — however the public has
heard nothing of the matter since then.

The embarrassing incident came as the interna-
tional community was already focusing on the con-
ditions and treatment that detainees had to endure
at the Detention Centre. Coupled with the alleged
“human rights” violations and the prolonged incar-
ceration of two Cuban doctors, anti-Bahamas
protests erupted in the Cuban-American community
in South Florida.

The fallout from the beating escalated to the point

where Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell
warned Bahamians travelling to Florida to be on
their guard for fear of possible retaliatory action
by Cuban Americans.

-At that time — February 17 — the Ministry of
National Security said it had in its possession an
“interim report” on the incident, but could not
divulge any of the findings at that time as the matter
was still under active police investigation.

Four days later — February 21— during his first
official visit to the Bahamas, and only two weeks
after the incident, Florida Governor Jeb Bush said
he was “satisfied” with the steps taken by govern-
ment to investigate the incident.

When contacted by The Tribune yesterday, the
new Minister of Immigration and Labour, Shane
Gibson, said he was not certain which agency was
conducting the investigation. However, he said, if the

matter involved a Defence Force officer, the depart-
ment of Immigration would not be responsible for
the investigation.

Attempts yesterday to contact Deputy Prime Min-
ister Cynthia Pratt, who is also Minis! +i of
National Security, for an update failed. Als ter
permanent secretary at the ministry, Mark Wilso.:
was not available for comment. His secretary
explained that he does not speak with The Tribune
anymore. '

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More than 400 young persons participate in the programme. Some of the
activities include reading, English Language, Maths, volleyball, basketball and
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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 7











Tropical
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@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport

Reporter

FREEPORT - Tropical
Shipping lived up to its promise
and donated a fully completed
computer lab to the Beacon
School for specially challenged
students.

Kelly Burrows, company
executive at Tropical’s Freeport
office, made the presentation
of a 40-ft trailer with eight fully-
equipped computers during a
special assembly at the school
last week.

Last year, at the official
reopening and rebuilding of
Tropical’s office on Shelly
Street following extensive hur-
ricane damage, the company’s
president Rick Murrell pledged
to donate computers to a
deserving school on Grand
Bahama.

Principal Sheryl Wood
thanked Tropical for selecting
the Beacon School, which caters
to mentally and physically chal-
lenged children on Grand
Bahama.

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@ A YOUNG Cuban
migrant at the Carmichael
Road Detention Centre

OCAL NEW

lm By ROYANNE
FORBES-DARVILLE

THE government is still
awaiting word from Cuba about
the future of scores of Cubans
immigrants presently at the
Carmichael Road Detention

’ Centre.

Minister of Labour and
Immigration Shane Gibson told
The Tribune yesterday that offi-
cials from the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs are now looking
into the matter.

Earlier this month, Mr Gib-
son was quoted in the press as
saying that the all the Cuban
nationals at the centre are still
there because Cuba has not
granted permission for their
return.

Forty-six Cubans are cur-
rently at the facility, but Mr
Gibson said that unlike the two

Cuban dentists who were
released to a third country ear-
lier this year, other nations are
not willing accept refugees with
lower skill-levels.

During a communication to
parliament last week, Mr Gib-
son announced the governmen-
t’s intention to initiate discus-
sions for a new agreement with
Cuba for the swift return of
Cubans captured in Bahamian
waters.

Over the past two years,
Cubans were said to have been
the masterminds behind numer-
ous break-out attempts at the
detention centre.

The most recent break-out
took place last month, when five
Cubans managed to escape. The
men were captured in Jupiter,
Florida a few days later.

Since that time, the govern-
ment has announced plans to

till no date for tabling
of report on RBDF

@ By KARAN MINNIS
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE official report on the
comprehensive inquiry into the
state of-the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force has yet to be
tabled before Parliament

Speaking to The Tribune
yesterday, the under secretary
of the Ministry of National
Security, Peter Deveaux-
Isaacs, said that capies of the
report could not be released
at this time.

Mr Deveaux-Isaacs denied
reports that other media hous-
es have. already received offi-
cial copies and said that to his
knowledge the report has not
been released to the public.

The inquiry phase of the
report was completed in early
January, but officials have

refused to release their find-
ings pending the release of a
written report.

In May, it was reported
that the government had
appointed a four-person
implementation committee
which was charged with the
task of guiding and supervis-
ing the changes out-lined in
the long-awaited review.
Such.tasks included assisting
with the implementation of
everything from operational
innovations, to changes in the
role of women in the defence
Force. However, as of yes-
terday, The Tribune had yet

to receive a copy of the’

report.

Yesterday Mr Deveaux-
Isaacs said that the commit-
tee, which is led by Paul
Adderley along with Dr Keva

Bethel, Jessica Minnis and
retired commodore Leon
Smith, has reportedly began
their work.

"It is my understanding that
the committee has already
began to implement the out-
lined changes within the
RBDF," he said. "However,
at this time we cannot release
copies of the report to the gen-
eral public as it has not been
tabled as yet." .

Mr Deveaux-Issaacs was
unable to give a date when the
report would be tabled.

"At this time, I cannot say
when this will be done," he
said. "But it is hoped that the
processes will be completed
soon."

"Upon completion,” he'said,
,"copies of the report will be
sent to all media houses."

Bahamas is ‘still waiting for
word from Cuba on detainees’

beef-up security at the facili-
ty.
Mr Gibson said that work has
begun to implement several
new safety measures.

Major improvements are
planned for the facility’s kitchen
and dinning hall areas.

The construction of new
quarters is also planned for the
Royal Bahamas Defence Force,
along with a new doctor’s office,
a detainee processing reception
building, a visitors’ shelter,
restrooms and an eight-foot
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The government has
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20 more Immigration officers
to strengthen the department’s
presence at the centre.

Additionally, nine Immigra-
tion officers have already been
identified and are presently
being trained by the Royal
Bahamas Police Force in the art
of finger-printing.

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independent Bahamas

I MOUNTED a large flag
outside my home and flew
asmaller one on my car. | attend-
ed the various celebrations in
Grand Bahama and hosted shows
on the virtues of patriotism. I
greeted each citizen with an extra
bit of love and‘appreciation. I did
these things because my country,
the beautiful Bahamas, had turned
thirty-three and I was and am
proud to be one of its native sons.
Yet, as I reflected on our achieve-
ment of thirty-three years of
national independence, I won-
dered about at least five contra-
dictions that I had observed. I
wondered if these were accidents
of history or the gaffs of a people
who had not given sufficient con-
sideration to the meaning of their
actions. I will share these contra-
dictions today.

The Lynden O Pindling ,
International Airport

I support naming the former
Nassau International Airport after
the late Sir Lynden Pindling, first
Prime Minister of The Bahamas.
Sir Lynden’s contribution to The

Bahamas cannot be denied; they
were many, significant and varied.
Above all, he gave Bahamians the
courage to rise out of the mental
squalor of their colonial past and
embrace the dignity of a free and
independent people. Sir Lynden
was not perfect; none of us are.

The valor and vices of men go
hand-in-hand; it is not for us to
deny the existence of either. So,
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noble deeds, as well as his mis-
deeds. That is life!

The above is not my point here,
however; it is not the paradox. The
paradox is that we would name
the airport after the man that epit-
omises Bahamianism, after the
most eloquent spokesperson for
the cause of Bahamianisation; and

after the man who believed that

we Bahamians can do anything if
given a chance, and in a little while
we will turn the management of
that very same airport over to for-
eigners. Yes, that’s right, the Lyn-
den O Pindling International Air-
port, named after the man who
led us out of foreign management
and control into independence will
be managed and controlled by for-
eigners. If that is not a contradic-
tion in an independent Bahamas
then what is?

The government, of course, will

_ say that Bahantians do not have

the expertise to develop and run a
world class airport. If such a thing
were said to Sir Lynden, he would
pity the fool. Indeed, when such
things were said when the current
administration was in opposition,
they vehemently castigated those
who said it. Besides, it would have
been entirely appropriate and fea-
sible to contract with a Bahamian
private sector group to manage
the international airport and for
that group to purchase in the open
global marketplace whatever
expertise it required. At the front
end, the contract might cause the
government a little more but at
the back-end, the country would
gain a lot more with the national-
ly entrenched expertise. Imagine
that! The Lynden O. Pindling
International Airport managed
and controlled by Bahamians. No
paradox there.

The College of the Bahamas
I said it before and I will say it

again, it is a tremendous contra-
diction that our nation’s highest

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tertiary-level institution must
today be led by a non-Bahamian.
I do not question the ability of the
present president of the college to
lead the college; I wish her well. I
do, however, point out the para-
dox that a country proud of its
independence from foreign hands
and desirous of achieving under
its own direction, today has its
principal college led by one other
than its own. This might not be as

' paradoxical if the college had not

been led for so many years prior
by Bahamians. If and when we
achieve university status, we will
undoubtedly herald it as a great
national achievement, yet it will
be one that we could not have
achieved without having at the
helm one who is not a national of
our country.

Mind you, the Coilege Council
did try to find a Bahamian after
firing, for cause, the one who was
there before. In the end, the coun-
cil concluded that it could not find
any such Bahamian and over-
looked the ones who were “act-
ing” all along, they lowered the
original qualifying standards and
selected a non-Bahamian. What-
ever may have been the mitigating
circumstances, it is a paradox that
our premier national college is not
now led by a Bahamian.

Urban planning by foreigners

It seems that thirty-three years
of national independence has not
given us the ability to plan our
own landscape. We have hired for-
eign consultants td do this. We
have hired foreign consultants to
help us plan in Exuma, Eleuthera
and New Providence. Why?
Because according to the govern-
ment, Bahamians are not ready
for this yet. To me that is a load of
crock! Which Bahamians were
asked to do it? ‘We never ask; we
always assume. Bahamian archi-
tectural firms can urban plan and
where there are levels of specialist
knowledge they might need, they

can contract it from anywhere in-

the world. In the end, however,’
something as indigenous as plan-
ning our own landscape would, |
have been done. by us. This is a’

sign of growing up.

We can lead a
nation but not parts of it

It seems rather contradictory °
that we can have people without '
prior experience in running a’-
country end up running the coun-.'
try but we cannot have people"
without prior experience in cer- -
tain aspects of their business actu-
ally have the opportunity to take”
on that business. Leading a nation
is a highly demanding job and a,
very serious one. However, every |
prime minister of The Bahamas ;
got his job without any prior expe-_
rience. This being the case, it is
ironic that any such prime minister |
would turn around and say to his |
nation’s architects and planners *
that they cannot be allowed to”
take on any significant urban
development projects because !
they have no prior experience’’
when he himself took on the mon-'-
umental national development !
project without prior experience. *

It would be quite appropriate.”
for an independent Bahamas to .
put more confidence in its own »
talent by giving it the opportunity
to take on the various national?
development projects required.
The exercise will have some mis- -
steps but they would be a small
price to pay for the benefit of hav- ,
ing a country where the indige-
nous people have expertise in
developing their own resources °
like the urban landscape. Inter-
estingly enough, this is precisely
how the countries from where we
import expertise came to have that
expertise in the first place.

Getting a Bahamian passport

Today one can go to the US
Embassy and within hours obtain
a visa to enter that country. Here,
a foreign country takes just'a few
hours to verify the bona fides of a
stranger and grant permission for
that foreigner to enter the country.
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Trinidad

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TRINIDAD’S Phoenix
Park Gas Processors Ltd.
will partner with a South
African firm to build a
US$64 million petrochemi-
cal plant in the Caribbean
island nation, officials said
Tuesday, according to Asso-
ciated Press.

Phoenix Park spokesman
Alvin Dookie said the com-
pany plans to develop a
maleic anhydride plant in
Trinidad with Isegen Pty
Ltd. of South Africa. Maleic
anhydride is a chemical com-
monly used in the produc-
tion of food additives, agri-
cultural chemicals, fiberglass
and plastics.

Construction was sched-
uled to begin at a yet-unde-
termined site at the end of
2008 and would last between
18 and 24 months, said
Dookie, who did not disclose
what percentage of the plant
would be owned by Phoenix
Park.

State-owned Natural Gas
Co. controls 51 percent of
Phoenix Park, with Texas-
based Conoco-Phillips and
Pan West Engineers and
Constructors Inc. holding 39
percent and 10 percent
shares, respectively.

Trinidadian Energy Min-
ister Lenny Saith said last
week that the project was

‘one of seven major chemi-
cal plants in development to
help diversify the country’s
energy-based economy.
Some 25 petrochemical
plants are already in opera-
tion, he said.

students ‘in under five years’

â„¢ By REUBEN SHEARER

BAHAMIAN schools are
fast becoming breeding grounds
for gangs, one youth activist
warned yesterday.

Carlos Reid, president of
youth against violence, said that
if something is not done, the
school system will be complete-
ly unsafe for students is as little
as five years.

“We are still pretending and
using a ‘band-aid’ approach for
the situation,” he said. “We are
not far from our counterparts
like Jamaica and Trinidad,
because our crime problem is
almost on par with theirs.”

Mr Reid insisted that gov-
ernment officials will not be
able to come up with a good
solution for youth violence until
they admit that the country has
a pr oblem.

“This has been a trend in the -

Bahamas for many years, just



@ CARLOS Reid

like when drugs came on stream
and we denied the fact that it
was a problem until it became
an epidemic. Then we ignored

AIDS, which consequently led
to our country becoming the
second highest per capita in our
region.”

Mr Reid was speaking on the
“Real Talk Live” radio show

with Jeff Lloyd on More 94 FM. .
Several callers also discussed .

the problem of youth and vio-
lence.

According to caller Vince
Ferguson, the solution to the
problem in Bahamian schools
is not money, but a stronger sys-
tem supported by more male
teachers.

This, Ferguson claimed,
would bring balance and chan-

‘nel masculine energy toward

the development of young men.

Mr Ferguson referred to the
establishment of a teacher
appreciation week in at
Aquinas High School in 1984 —
which allowed male students to

‘act as teachers for a hands-on

classroom experience.

The Honorary French Con-
sul to the Bahamas, Mr. Thier-
ry Boeuf and the local French

community and friends of

France will be celebrating
Bastille Day on July 14 ina
manner that French love and
appreciate: an evening of wining
and dining:

One of the revolutionary days
in Paris, the storming of the
Bastille on July 14, 1789 has
been commemorated in France
for more than a century and is
celebrated with a mixture of
solemn military parades and
easygoing dancing and fire-
works.

On the morning of July 14,



@ A BASTILLE Day celebration in Paris

He said that to his amaze-
ment, later on in life many of
the students became educators
themselves.

For this reason, Ferguson
supports using money to build
up the school system but feels
that in order to attract young
men to the field, more emphasis
must be placed on letting them
discover the vocation for them-
selves.

According to Mr Reid, the
violence situation in schools
has become so bad, that
many incidents go unreport-

ed by the media.

“News reporters say that
because we are a tourist-orient-
ed nation, they cannot report
every incident,” he said.

Mr Reid said that since 1995,
his group has been crying out
for something to be done about
the fact that the next genera-
tion is on “the road of destruc-
tion.”

He claimed that now, as
many as eight out of every 10
young men carry weapons for
self defence because they are
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i JOHN ‘Chippy’ Chipman
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PLP Senator Philip Galanis
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Bahamas to engage in fair and
balanced reporting.

“What the public needs is an

objective arbiter who can
inform persons on both sides of
the political divide,” he said in a
letter to editor last week.

He also challenged journal-
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not nation-criticisers,” and went
on to suggest that some in the
media “constantly knock” those
who are trying their best to
build the nation.

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building.

“The journalist needs to be a
watchdog, to ask tough ques-
tions and to hold the powerful
accountable,” said Mr Idsvoog,
who conducted a seminar for the
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others that aren’t.”’

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The Tribune took to the streets
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the Bahamian press is fair and
balanced, and what the role of
journalists should be.

Most interviewees said they
believe some elements of the
media are biased in terms of
having a political and religious
outlook.

On the others hand, there
were a number of persons that
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Bahamian media is fair.

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doing — even with churches,
they are never biased.”

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political aspect.”



far as I know. It is not political-
ly or religiously blind either.”

“I believe that some media
bodies are fair, but you have
others that aren’t,” sd Lashan-
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“public knowledge” which ele-
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“Just listen to or read the dif-
ferences in stories covering the
same events, its clear to every-
one,” she said.

“It is obvious that some
media elements are one-sided
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some areas, but not in all.”.

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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
i 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.

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1 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.



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 fefurbishment. The property is enclosed with chain-link fencing and partially lanscaped.

Appraisal: $144,350.00
‘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 sa. 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. ‘ae

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 of a 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.

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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.





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LOT NO. 433 GOLDEN GATE SECTION 1
(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
5 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.









_ 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
eae ay 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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i , LOT NO.1 HOPKINS DRIVE CORAL HARBOUR

» All that lot of vacant land having ah 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 on a
grade and level; however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual rainy periods of the year.

f . 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
a Ce 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
ubaivision. :








RAINBOW SUBDIVISION LOT NO. 3 BLOCK 27 (ELEUTHERA)

All that vacant lot 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 Prete 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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Tourism is receiving national

‘Weather conference podcasts win
public relations award in US

Anvil Award, which recognis-
es creative tactics in a public
relations campaign.

Winners of this award, which
is sponsored by the Public Rela-
tions Society of America
(PRSA), were acknowledged

THE Bahamas Ministry of

attention in the US after win-
ning a coveted public relations
award.

The ministry has been named
the 2006 winner of Bronze

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during the 2006 Silver Anvil
Awards Evening held on June 8
in New York City.

The Ministry of Tourism
received the Bronze Anvil
Award for its video podcast
(VODcast) launched during the



10th-annual Bahamas Weather
Conference.
According to a statement
from the ministry, “this tactical
addition to the conference
broadened its reach well
beyond the 100 meteorologists
who attend each year by using
the Internet to ‘narrowcast’ pre-
sentation highlights and key
messages from the Bahamas.”
The Bahamas Weather Con-
ference podcast centre, avail-

able at www.bahamaswxcon- >

ference.com, was launched on
March 3 and has garnered more
than 200,000 hits to date.

The video features include
interviews with Minister of
Tourism Obie Wilchcombé,
director general Vernice
Walkine and Trevor Basden of
the Bahamas Meteorological
Service as well as conference
speakers Dr Bob Sheets, Max
Mayfield of the National Hur-
ricane Centre and other experts.

The ministry’s statement con-
tinued: “The educational con-
tent for which the conference
is well-known attracted enor-
mous interest from the US
meteorological community and
hundreds have subscribed via
Apple iTunes to receive auto-
matic updates.

“This use of technology has
allowed the Bahamas Ministry
of Tourism to educate a new
audience on the geography of
the destination and the impor-
tance of reporting specifically
and accurately on hurricanes.”

The Bronze Anvil Award is
only the latest of several awards
for the weather conference pro-
gramme, which established the
Bahamas as an industry leader
in facing the issue of hurricanes
head-on.

“We are very proud of our
programme, the exposure it has
generated for the islands of the
Bahamas and of course the
respect and awards it has won.
Receiving the recognition of the
Bronze Anvil is very exciting
for all of us,” said Mr Wilch-
combe.

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@ THE Bronze Anvil Award

“The PRSA Bronze Anvil
rewards great creativity and
results in public relations tac-
tics,” said Sherry Goldman,
2006 PRSA Bronze Anvil
Awards chair and president of
Goldman Communications
Group. “Only the best entries
from across the country were
selected to win this honour. We
congratulate the Bahamas Min-
istry of Tourism on their exem-
plary work.”

The Bronze Anvil Awards
were created by PRSA in 1969

_to recognise outstanding pub-

lic relations tactics, individual
items or components of pro--
grammes or campaigns.

They are awarded in 50 cate-
gories and subcategories includ-
ing consumer relations, newslet-
ters, websites, feature stories,
press/media kits and blogs.

The Public Relations Society
of America, based in New York
City, is the world’s largest
organisation for public relations
professionals.

_,.Lhe society has more than
29,000 professional and student
members.




Show of art teachers
to close tomorrow

@ By TRIBUNE STAFF
WRITER

A NEW exhibition at the
Central Bank of the Bahamas’
art gallery features the works
of four talented Bahamian art
teachers from the AF Adder-
ley Junior High School.

Deputy Director of Educa-
tion Cecil Thompson officially
opened the ‘All 4 Hue’ exhibit
with positive words of encour-
agement for young, aspiring
local artists.

Nyoka Dames, Otis Moxey,
Clive Stuart, and Ellery
Deveaux are as diversified in
the field of painting as they
come.

Each has an individual style
that expresses a unique vision of
the world.

In a kaleidoscope of colour,
they arrest the senses with sub-
jects drawn from everyday life
in the Bahamas.

From the social issues like
immigration, to the beauty of
the natural landscape, each
painting in the exhibition
evokes an emotional response.

One viewer commented that
following the tense contract
negotiations between the gov-
ernment and teachers, “a rain-
bow of hope shines through” in
the form.of these four out-



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display

standing artists.

“Yes indeed,” she said,
“teachers are a force for good as
they show our Bahamian youths
that if they pursue what they
love with passion and drive they
too can be success stories.”

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8 College of The Bahamas RENN,

STORY SO FAR: Clementine, the workman
Sam’s dog, is unusually interested in the cellar
hole, although she seems afraid of the old horse-

CHAPTER FOUR
Triple Trouble

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lemmie, no!”. Kelly shouted, chasing after
the dog, who was digging near. the cellar
hole again. Sam broke away from a cluster of men

standing by the cement truck. “Bad dog!” he shouted -

as he ran.

Kelly grabbed Clemmie’s dragging leash, pulling her
away from the hole. “I’m sorry,” she gasped.

“It’s okay.” Sam took the leash from Kelly. “But
she’s going to have to stay in my truck now.” He took

.the dog away.

“Darn,” Kelly said under her breath. Then she saw
that James was digging in Clemmie’s hole with his
hands: “What are you DOING?” she shouted. “You
want to make Sam even madder?”

“T want to see what Clementine’s after,” James said
stubbornly, digging deeper.

But then Dad, who’d been standing near the cement
truck with the men, came up to them both.

“James, for heaven’s sake, fill in that hole,” he said.
“And then please come over to the cement truck, both
of you.

“We seem to have an odd problem.” He walked
away again.

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“The least you could do,” James said grumpily to
Kelly, “is help.” ,

“Come on, James, it’s not that big of a hole,” she
said, but she helped anyway. “Find anything?” she
whispered. .

“No,” he whispered back. “But I didn’t get very far.”

“Maybe we can dig it up again later,” Kelly said.

James looked grateful. “I’d rather dig than think
about what might have been a break-in,” he said. “I
just keep thinking what if it was someone from that
gang?” :

Kelly gave him a long, sympathetic look. “TI really
don’t think it could be,” she said. “How could they have
followed us? Besides, you wouldn’t be any use to them
out here. Come on, stop worrying! Let’s go see what

. Dad wants.”

They walked over to the cement truck. Dad pointed
to its tires.

Every one of them was flat.

James suddenly turned pale and Kelly knew he was
thinking of the gang again. ‘

“Kids,” Dad said, “have you seen anyone around
this truck today? Anyone we don’t know?”

“No,” said Kelly, and James shook his head.

Sam looked at the driver. “You tell them,” he said.

“I brought the truck here while the guys were at
lunch,” he said. “And I thought I heard someone in the

‘woods. So I parked it and went to look. And when I

got back, the tires were flat. They aren’t just flat, either.
They’ve been punctured.”

“Did you see anyone in the woods?” James asked
anxiously.

“Not a soul,” the driver said. “Anyway, we can’t
move the truck over to the forms till we get new tires
and put them on.” .

“Maybe,” James said tensely to Dad, “if someone
broke into the house and made the crashes, they messed
up the tires, too.”

' “T don’t think anyone broke in,” Dad said. “But
someone sure got to the truck.” :

“It'll take time to replace the tires, Mr. Claver,” Sam

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said. “And by then, the cement will probably have
hardened. I’m afraid we’ll probably lose another day.”

Dad looked grim. “I’?d hoped to have the foundation
poured today,” he said.

“We’ll get it done, Mr. Claver,” Sam said. “If need be,
we'll have a new truck here first thing in the morn-
ing.”

“You'll never guess what I just found,” Mom said,
bursting into the kitchen where the twins were helping
Dad do the supper dishes. “I was putting shecis away
in the linen closet and I found this.” She held up a
brownish piece of paper with spidery writing on it.

Kelly looked over Moins shoulder. “...from the shore
last night,” she read aloud, “and carrieu off our beasts,
so...” She hesitated at a badly smudged and faded
word.

“Feather?” James suggested.

“No, I think it’s Father,” Dad said, peering closely at
the paper. “...so Father cannot plough.”

Then there were more smudged letters and word
except for a letter that looked like a J and a word that
looked like militia. Close to the bottom of the page,
though, the writing got clearer.

“little stored food,” Kelly read aloud. “that has not
been stolen by — by...”

“It looks like Johnny something,” said James. “Bill?”

“No,” Mom said. “Bull. Oh, my! Johnny Bull.”
She sat down at the kitchei. table and looked at Dad.
“That’s what the American Patriots called the English
in the American Revolution. I think I’ve just found part
of a Revolutionary War diary!”

~ (Continued every Tuesday and Thursday.)

Text copyright © 1999 Nancy Garden
Illustrations copyright © 1999
Marilynne K Roach

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plary service” and presented
each with a silver tray engraved
with the national emblem.
Celebrations at Police Head-
quarters were attended by Prime
Minister Perry Christie, opposi-
tion leader Hubert Ingraham,
National Security Minister Cyn-
thia Pratt, other cabinet minis-
ters, senior government and
police officials, and invited guests.
The Salvo Award is made to
retired senior officers for dis-
tinguished service to the Royal
Bahamas Police Force.

ASP Johnson and Superin- '

tendent McDonald spent 33
years and 37 years on the force
respectively. Te

Prime Minister Christie
praised the force for “being so
wonderfully prepared” for the
challenges that face them.

“The question for me has
always been, not whether or not
the commissioner has discretion
to cause there to be innovations
in the police force,” he said,
“but to what extent and how
quickly the commissioner is able
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adapt tothem. —

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Minister says

smaller groups |

of Haitian
immigrants
coming into
the Bahamas

FROM page one

mass exodus of Haitian nation-
als.

“T have personally spoken
with people who anticipate that
they and others they know will

return to Haiti. They estimate_

that with the increasing stability,
and the developing economic sit-
uation they will return soon,” he
said.

The minister said that if doc-
umented Haitians are willing to
return home, then those who are
in the Bahamas illegally should
also be eager to leave the coun-
try.

Mr Gibson said that he has
now advised his ministry’s tech-
nical team to take an accurate
count of those Haitians coming
to the Bahamas and those

departing the country.

“When we have those num-
bers we can compare them to
last year and get a more scien-
tific perspective of the situa-
tion,” he said.

Haitian president Préval was
sworn into office in early June
and last week attended the
CARICOM meeting in St Kitts
and Nevis.

President Préval recently indi-
cated to CARICOM Secretary-
General Edwin Carrington that
he was eager for Haiti to resume
its place in the councils of
CARICOM. He also requested
that a CARICOM team come to
Haiti immediately after the
meeting to assist the country’s
officials in facilitating Haiti’s
resumption of its participation
in the operations of the bloc.

Ingraham
at Bradley Roberts

FROM page one

the cost of operating a con-
stituency office.
“Hubert has never opened a

’ constituency office nor hired any‘, '

one in'connection with the
same,” Mr Roberts‘told his udi-
ence. “He claims that he is hold-
ing the money in his bank
account.”

In response to Mr Robert’s
claims, Mr Ingraham denied that
he was holding any money in
“his” bank account. He.said that
all money for a constituency
office in North:-Abaco were

piaced into a North Abaco Con-.

stituency Account.

He produced a June 2006 bank
statement in the name of The
North Andros Constituency as
proof.

Mr Ingraham told The Tribune
that because his constituency
stretches for some 70 miles by
land and 30 miles by sea, he did

. not'see a need to open a con-

stituency office.
“I already have an office in
Abaco, and my. constituents

know how to contact me if-they’

need me,” said Mr Ingraham. He
explained that his government
instituted a constituency
allowance primarily for Nassau
and Freeport because it was very
difficult for scattered Family
Island constituencies to be appro-
ptiately served by one office.

Mr Ingraham noted that the
accumulated funds will always be
available to the area’s represen-
tative to be used for the con-
stituency as it belongs to the con-
stituency. However, at this time
he has no use for it, as he already
has an office and personnel for
which he personally pays.

“And now with an election
approaching,” continued Mr
Ingraham, “I will be establishing
campaign headquarters in at least
three place, but they will be elec-
tion offices, which I will be pay-
ing for as well, as they are not
publicly funded.”

Mr Ingraham said he wished
that all members of government

An independent Bahamas

FROM page eight

hits back

would account for their con-
stituency allowances as he has.
He discredited claims made by
Mr Roberts concerning his “fat”
allowances and benefits.

,. In his claims, Minister Roberts

said: “It was-Ingraham’s Cabinet
who gave him the following mon-
strous benefits.”

Continuing to chip away at Mr_

Roberts’ accusations, Mr Ingra-
ham pointed out that those
“perks” were not initiated by his
government for his benefit, but
rather for the benefit of Sir Lyn-
den Pindling, as agreed in a 1997

meeting that he had with Sir Lyn-:

den, .and Prime Minister Perry
Christie, who was leader of the
opposition at the time.

“Sir Lynden received those
perks until his death,” said Mr
Ingraham. 1

In June of 1997, Mr Christie
went on record in the House of

Assembly as saying: “Whereas I

did not see the contents of the
Bill, it is a fact that in my capac-
ity of Leader of the Opposition
and Leader of the Progressive
Liberal Party that I participated
in a process that resulted in giv-
ing Sir Lynden Pindling an option
to choose between. the existing
pensions law and a new piece of
legislation that was going to be

proposed by the Government.” -

Mr Christie went on to say: “It
is perhaps more my fault than
any other factor that my brother
who has raised searching and real
questions on this matter is not

aware of the details, to the extent

=

that he could have been made
aware if I had spoken to
him.”

Mr Ingraham explained that,
as a former prime minister who
served two terms, he is receiving
the same benefits agreed upon
for Sir Lynden and any other
prime minister who will have
served two terms.

“I suppose, in the view of Mr
Roberts and others, it is okay for
Sir Lynden to receive these ben-
efits,” concluded Mr Ingraham.

“But, it is not okay for me, as a
former Prime Minister, to receive
them.”

amount of time it takes for a Bahamian to obtain from their government
a document necessary to travel outside the country. It takes Bahamians
weeks to obtain such a passport. This is especially disconcerting when one
thinks that the renewal of a passport initially issued by the government
must take weeks to renew. One would think that as long as government
officers anywhere in this country can verify that the document is a legit-
imate document issued by the government, that the person holding the
document is the person who should be holding the document, and that
the document is still usable, the document could be stamped renewed on
the spot. Thirty-three years after independence we still act as if we do not
live in a modern world when it comes to handling our national travel doc-
ument. A foreign enterprise like the US Embassy can expedite their doc-
umentation for travel to the US more quickly to us as foreigners than we
can expedite ours. There is some contradiction there.

These contradictions are not intended to cast blame but to highlight
us to some areas of life in this country where we might rethink our
efforts. It is my hope that we will do so and thirty-three years from
now have no such paradoxes existent.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
There is no progress without reflection.

LOCAL NEWS



THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 15



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RBC FINCO recently celebrated the official opening ofits newest Mortgage Centre
to serve the mortgage and lending needs of the Bahamian public. The RBC ANCO
Mortgage Centre is located in the Prince Charles Drive Shopping Centre and offers.
extended hours ta the public. The Centre is open from 20am to6pm Monday
through Friday, and from 11 am to: 3 pm on Saturdays.

“Through this Centre, we provide mortgages for single- and mreetti-family

residential homes, as well as other lending and deposit services,” said Mr.
Nathaniel Beneby, jr., Managing Director. “We are also offering extended hours.
outside traditional banking hours in order to provide added convenience for

- clients. In addition to extended business hours, our team is alse. prepared to bring

our services to our clients’ hames ov offices. It's all about what our clients need,

and how we can help.” Mz. Beneby added, “RBC FINCO has. been in the mortgage

business for more than 50 years, and this new branch builds on our commitment
to continuing to be the leading provider of mortgages in The Bahamas.”

The Right Honourable, Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister, Commonwealth of The
Bahamas, and Minister of Finance, was present at the grand opening and
commented that “RBC FINCO plays a pivatal and defining role in. the mortgage
market.” He applauded the move by this institution to expand their locations and

Services to allow more Bahamians to have access to owning their homes. The

Mortgage Centre's first client, Ms. Erica Ferguson was present to. cut the ribbon,
signifying the official opening of the centre.

The new Mortgage Centre is managed by Mr. Julius Seymour and his experienced
staff of two mortgage specialists, a credit support officer and an office clerk. Mr.
Seymour was most recently Assistant Manager Credit Risk at the bank’s Head
Office. He has 26 years of banking experience with 18 of those years being in
sales and lending. :

All mortgage lending products, loans, savings, chequing and fixed term deposits

are available through this Centre. While no cash transactions will be handled by

the branch, the Centre will have an automated banking machine (ABM).

About RBC FINCO

RBC FINCO is a lead provider of home mortgages to Bahamians and attractive
interest rates for its depositors. Its majority shareholder is RBC Royal Bank of
Canada, which is Canada’s largest diversified financial institution as measured by
market capitalization and assets, and is one of North America’s leading
diversified financial services companies. This is RBC FINCO’s 53rd year of
operation and the 23rd year that its approximately 4,000 shareholders have
partnered in its success.



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control side; and the Govern-
ment’s Investments Board and
National Economic Council
(NEC) because Banks is a for-
eign entity.

In addition, manufacturing
and distribution businesses are
supposed to be reserved for
100 per cent Bahamian own-
ership, so yet again the Gov-
ernment is being asked for a
waiver toits National Invest-
ment Policy, even though rival
Bahamian groups are under-





# ROBERT SANDS





stood to be interested in
Caribbean Bottling.

Fred Mitchell, minister of
foreign affairs, previously said
the Government was increas-
ingly likely to be asked for
investment policy. waivers, as
the Bahamas became ever
more integrated into the glob-
al economy, and contemplat-
ed joining various trade agree-
ments. -

The involvement of Banks
in Mr Wells’ group is likely to
be welcomed by Coca-Cola,
which as the master franchisor
has to approve the purchase.

Banks is the distributor of
Coca-Cola products in Barba-
dos, making it a ‘good fit’ for
the Bahamian operation,
which needs to be rebuilt given
the apparent lack of Coca-Cola
product on supermarket and ~

Paradise Islan

retail shelves in Nassau.

The Barbadian brewery also
will be able to bring all its man-
ufacturing and distribution
expertise .to bear on the
Bahamas operation, creating
opportunities to exploit syner-
gies and economies of scale.

Banks was founded in St>

Michael, Barbados, in 1961,
and brews filtered beer> Its
best-known brand is its lager,
Banks Beer,

Caribbean Bottling, Whose
main shareholders are Judy
Munroe. and. Carleton
Williams, distributes Fanta-and
Schweppes products in: addi-

tion to Coca-Cola, along with:

the Dasani and Aqua Royal
Water products.

The company had been
seeking outside investors to
inject capital into the business

for some time, The Tribune
having learned that it was con-

templating a private placement ~

before eventually selling its
three properties to the Premier
Commercial Real Estate

‘Investment Corporation mutu-
al fund, which is listed on the.

Bahamas International Secu-
rities Exchange (BISX).

~ Premier acquired Caribbean
Bottling’s New, Providence-
based manufacturing and dis-

tribution facilities, plus its.

Freeport distribution facility.

Initially, Premier proposed
to pay $4.8 million. for
Caribbean Bottling’s Coca-
Cola production plant, and

- $2.5 million and $522,000 for

the Nassau and Freeport dis-

tribution facilities respective- .

ly. However, it later reduced
the amounts it was paying for

the Nassau facilities to $4.7 |’
million and $2.4 million respec-
tively. —

In its offering memorandum,
Premier said the annual rent
for Caribbean Bottling’s pro-
duction facility was $463,268.
The rents on the Nassau and
Freeport distribution centres
were $240,180 and $49,920
respectively.

- Some $5.5 million of the
funds invested in Premier Real
Estate came from the contro- -.:

_ versial Olympus Univest fund,
‘ the Bahamian investment fund /-
that is in court-supervised liq- -’

uidation, with investors trying
to recover as much as.Cdn$550
million for investors. .

The Premier Real Estate .
investment is one of those the
liquidators are targeting for
recovery.

d Ferry Terminal sold for $3m

@ By NEIL HARTNELL .
Tribune Business Editor

JACHARIC Holdings, the now-closed
tour operator and excursion provider, has
sold the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal
for $3 million to a company that beat off
late interest from the proposed Ritz-Carl-
ton resort, sources said yesterday..

Little is known about the investors
behind the purchaser, Harbour Front
Holdings, although sources. said one of
the principals was related to Peter Maury,
who runs the marina at Kerzner Interna-
tional’s Atlantis resort.

Charles Farrington, a Jacharic Holdings
director and shareholder, declined to com-
ment when contacted by The Tribune
about the sale or the buyer’s identity.

The Paradise Island Ferry Terminal is.

the prime seaborne access point to Par-
adise Island, where multiple ferries dock.
It was-the last remaining asset that Jachar-
ic Holdings, which operated Nassau Cruis-
es, Stingray City and Blue Lagoon Island,

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had to dispose of.

The Tribune understands that Jacharic
Holdings was initially hoping to raise
between $4-$5 million from the Ferry Ter-
minal’s sale. :

Harbour Front Holdings had to fend
off competition for the sité from the pro-
posed Ritz-Carlton resort on Rose Island,
which has been seeking seaborne access
points on both Paradise Island and main-
land Nassau from which to transport
guests to its property, scheduled to open in

2009

Separately, The Tribune has been

informed that the Ritz-Carlton developers

are also looking at establishing a seaborne
access point at the marina proposed by
New: York-based real estate. developer,

‘Island Global Yachting, next’ to down-

town’s British Colonial Hilton.

Its plans for water transportation of
guests to Rose Island will thus fit in well
with the masterplan for downtown Nas-
sau’s regeneration, which includes a heavy

_ emphasis on waterborne taxis.

The Ritz-Carlton investment proposes a -
95-unit boutique hotel, 65 condo hotel
units, 66 town homes, 40 marina condos,
60 resort residences and 137 resort estate
homes. A 98-slip marina will also be con-
structed. ‘

Meanwhile, The Tribune understands
that Jacharic Holdings managed to settle a
dispute with former management staff

_over alleged unpaid redundancy money.

This sum has been paid i in full by the com-_.
pany. :
Jacharic Holdings was the chief desti-
nation manager and shore excursion
provider for, Carnival, the world’s largest
cruise line, and its decision to close down
and cease operating has left a big void to ¢
be filled. ;
One source familiar with the situation
had described the company as “a major
player in cruise tourism”, having been in
business for some 23 years and touched -

SEE page 5B

McWeeney and Wilson
resign from Port Authority

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE high-level shake-up in the Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity (GBPA) continued apace yesterday with the resignations of
Board directors Sean McWeeney and Senate president, Sharon
Wilson, who argued they had not been consulted on any recent’
management changes.

In their joint resignation letter, Mr McWeeney and Mrs Wilson
said: “As we were not consulted in relation to any of the recent
changes in the management of °
the Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity, we resign as directors of the

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Tune-up the ‘engine’

for work researc

MANY years ago, when the Internet was new,
there were not many search engines. Today,
search engines are commonplace. My first
encounter with a search engine was at
www.ask.com, commonly called ‘Ask Jeeves’... I
was fairly new to the Internet and I thought that
being able to find stuff by simply typing it in was
magical. There is now a big competition to be
the best search engine. Arguably, Google has
secured that distinction for now, and I must
believe this since my home page is not cnn.com or
msn.com, or even miamidolphins.com, but
google.com. Let us take a look at search engines
and how to make them work for us.

What is a search engine anyway? I looked
around and was able to find quite a few defini-
tions for what a search engine is. Here are just a
couple: “Software that enables users to search the
Internet using keywords” and “A programme
which acts as a card catalogue for the Internet”.
The method for finding this information is usually
done by maintaining indices of Web resources
that can be queried for the keywords entered by
the user. Google is supposedly working on a
supercomputer in its quest to dominate the next
generation of Internet computing.

The truth is that many of us go to search

engines to look for anything and everything, from
vacation homes in Orlando to the answer for a
radio disc jockey’s question, I use search engines
daily. To me, it is a tool to find things I need to
know more about or to research a problem.

To search effectively, let us start with what to
exclude in your search criteria. There are cer-
tain words that don’t lend any assistance to the
search and just mean you have to type more.
These words are called common words and
include “and, who, where, how”. Single digits or
letters may also be seen as common characters
and can be speed inhibitors.

If a common word or character is necessary
for your search, it is suggested that you either
enclose the entire phrase in quotes, such as “how
are you”, or use a mathematical operator like
the plus sign, such as Dumb and Dumber + 2 to
retrieve results for Dumb and Dumber 2.

In reference to what to include, I believe. it is

best to be as specific as possible. If you are plan-.

ning a vacation to Colorado, you will do better
with typing in ‘Colorado vacation’ than typing

‘Colorado’ or ‘vacation’ by themselves. If, for :

example, you want to find out about skiing in
Colorado, ‘ski resorts vacation Colorado’ will
yield wonderful results. To restrict the search
even further, just include more terms. It is inter-
esting to note the order in which you type the
terms will-affect the search results. :
Sometimes, we are searching for a term that has
multiple meanings such as the word “bat”. A bat
can refer to the mammal, or the instrument used
to hit the ball or even the act of hitting the ball.



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Making
IT Work

by Keyno Hanna
Providence Technology Group

When searching for bat the mammal, you can
use a minus sign in front of the word relating to
what you do not want, such as bat —baseball.
Here are just a few extra tips about search
engines. Sometimes you are searching for a web-
site or page that is no longer available at the orig-
inal location. You can. copy and paste the link
into Google and see if the page has been cached.
Alternatively, there is a site. at www.Archive.org
that has what they call a “wayback machine”,




. which may be worth visiting. I didn’t think I

would actually say this, but search in more places
than just Google. In fact, there is something called
a meta-search engine. Meta-search engines will

_ transmit your search at the same time to several

search engines and retrieve the results in a matter
of seconds. An example of a meta-search engine
is found at www.dogpile.com. |

A search engine can be scary, though. We can
find anything we want, whether good or bad.
Google has a ‘safe filtering’ feature that you can
turn on to block web pages with explicit content
and images from showing up in their search
results. If interested, there is a link to prefer-
ences on Google’s main page where you can go to
make the ‘safe filtering’ change.

Depending on your knowledge, a search engine
can either be a valuable tool for you in your:work
or study or it can be a headache. By using some of
the basic tips above, I hope I can improve the val-’

ue of search engines for you. For-further infor--. -
‘mation on searching, have a look. at

www.googleguide.com.
To provide feedback on this column, please e-
mail makingITwork@providencetg.com

About the Author:

Keyno Hanna is a technical analyst at Provi-
dence Technology Group. He possesses a Bach-
elor of Mathematics and Computer Science, and
is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (2003)
with seven years’ expersence in the Information:
Technology industry. Providence ‘Technology.
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~ THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 3B

Min 9 ac
— Entrepreneur prepares | saint Bede's ratte
- Bahamian workforce

m@ By CARA BRENNEN
Tritune Business
Reporter












The raffle was drawn on
Saturday on July 1st, 2006 on
St. Bede’s grounds on Sutton Street.
The winners are: :






[Prize No.[Name Address Ticket # |
i ____/Asheka Culmer_ Carmichael Rd. P0176 |
3 __tAlbertha Mardy | di 2250. |

NOTING the need for a bet-
ter-trained workforce, a
Bahamian entrepreneur yes-
terday said he had created a
series of training and educa-
tional programmes designed to

_-' give employees improved job
.*. Skills.

“- Mark Turnquest’s self-
named consulting company
offers businesses a choice of

nine “ Bahamian Cultural

. Ready” training programmes

- and study guides for public and

” private sector employees, and
encompasses both practical and

~ theoretical contents.

Mr Turnquest said there had’

been much talk regarding the
competence of the Bahamian
-.- workforce, adding that the only
way to tackle the situation is
to have a total commitment
from both employees and
employers.

“It'has to be total manage-
ment from the top down to
investing their employees, and
the employees have to be
receptive and invest in their
own careers,” he said.

Mr Turnquest said he was in
the process of copywriting the
programmes, which focus on
developing the competency lev-
els of both management and
staff. Seven of the copyrights
should te in place by Septem-
ber, and he is doing more

research before copywriting the _

other two.

The nine programmes are :
developing managerial leader-
ship skills; exceeding quality
customer service; the recep-
tionist as an ambassador; oper-
ating an efficient warehouse;
marketing for success; tele-
marketing to win-win; need
solution selling; the effective
human resource manage#-and
computer operations combo. -

Mr Turnquest sa#d such

}











@ MARK TURNQUEST

training programmes, tailored
to fit-an individual company’s
needs, are vital in ensuring that
employees are well-prepared
to face any challenge.

_ He said his company did not
just train employees, but went
through an analytical process
to.determine and address all a
company’s needs.

They are designed to be pre-
sented in-a workshop format
because, “ skill development”
occurs best during practical ses-
sions, he explained.

“ All programmes are struc-
tured to solve organisational
challenges or to take advan-
tage of. market opportunities.
The programmes include train-
ing manuals, study guides and
workbooks ,” Mr Turnquest

This is to inform
the general public that

_ The Shirley Street
entrance/exit

of the

Harbour Bay Shopping Centre
will be closed for resurfacing

as of

Monday the 17th of July 2006.

This entrance/exit will be
immediately reopened upon
completion of the resurfacing.














added.

The programme can then be
customised for the individual
client, he explained. This has
resulted in a very favourable
response.

co
WANTED

Young person needed as

salesperson in footwear store:

Please call:

325-3336

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- Winners are asked to contact St. Bede’s

Parish Rectory at (242) 393 - 3853.

6 [Gerrad Bethel Flower St. South 745
[Dale Thompson | ___[19558_|
10 [Albertha Mardy | ____ [12052]
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FINCO




PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

HOUSES

Lot #3, Rockwell Estates Subdivision
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq. ft.

Building Size: 1,449 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $158,000.00 / 0.N.O.

From Carmichael Road and Mckinney Drive, travel north on McKinney
Drive, take fhe, sixth left, Rocky Pine Road, then the third right and the

.»,.Subject is the third lot on left.

Lot #1057, Pinewood Gardens
‘Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000 sq. ft
Building Size: 1,990 sq.ft
Appraised Value:$175,700.00/ O.N.O

From East Street South and Bamboo Boulevard/Pinewood, Drive (by the
South Beach Police Station), travel east on Bamboo Boulevard, take the
first left on to Thatch Palm Avenue, then the fourth right, Rosewood Street,
and the subject property is the third on'the right.

Lot #844, Golden Gates, N.P.

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq. ft.

Building Size: 1,580 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $156,000.00 / O.N.O.

From Carmichael Road and Mermaid-Boulevard East (Golden Gates
Assembly Church), travelling south on Mermaid Blvd, go around the bend,
heading west again, and the subject property is the 7th house on the right
past the 7th comer on the right fter the curve,

Lot#12, Tropical Gardens, N.P.

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bedrooms

Property Size: 10,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,930 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $343,000.00 / O.N.O.

From Tropical Gardens Rd, and west bay street travel south on Tropical

Gardens Rd, and the subject property is the third lot on the right pass the
second comer on right. :

Lot#384, Gleniston Gardens, N.P.
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Proprty Size: 10,875 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,028 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $258,000.00 0.N.O.

Travel east along prince charles avenue and the subject property is
approximately 1,000 feet east of Jean street on the northern side of
Prince Charles Drive (house colour mustard: with beige).

Lot# 104, Section #1, Winton Meadows, N.P.

Single Family Residence w/-(1) Bedroom Efficiency
(3) Bedrooms, (2) Bathroom

Property Size: 8,046 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,005 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$ 214,800.00 / O.N.O.

- Travel east along Prince Charles Drive (east of Fox Hill Road) and turn

right on Jasmine Drive and another right on the second corner on the right
(Knollwood Drive), then left on Dove Street and continue passing comer
on the right, property is on the curve-split level pink house, identified'as
house#17.

Lot #94, Twynam Heights Subd

Single Family Residence

4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 9,438 sq. ft

Building Size: 3,209 sq. ft

Appraised Value: $289,000.00 O.N.O.

From Prince Charles Drive (Eastern end) and Yamacraw Hill Road travel
south on Yamacraw Hill Road, take the second right, then the first right
and the subject property is the third on the left.

VACANT LAND

Lot #2, Blk #6 Charing Place & Sea Horse Road

Lucayan Knoll Subdivision, Freeport Grand Bahama
Vacant Property - Single Family

Property Size: 26,710 sq.ft ‘
Appraised Value: $33,000.00 :

APARTMENTS/CONDOMINIUMS

Lot #178, Colony Village Subdivision, N.P.

Split level six unit Apartments.

1-2 Bedromms, 2-Bathrooms

1-2 bedrooms, 1-Bathrooms / !-Bedroom, |-Bathroom
3-Efficiency Units

Property Size:9,300 sq.ft
Building Size:3,152 sq.ft
Appraised Value:$329,000.00

8

Enter Colony Villagefrom Prince Charles Drive, heading south Colony
Village Road the property is the last building on the right hand side before
Malaysia Way the corner that leads into Elizabeth Estates.

Lot #30 & 31, Block #56, Nassau Village
Duplex

Each Unit - 2 Bedrooms, | Bathrooms
Property Size: 6,620 sq. ft.

Building Size: 1,701 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $151,500.00 / 0.N.O.

From Taylor Street and Soldier Road (by Lowes Wholesale), turn left at
the cross roads, Alexandria Boulevard, take the second right, Forbes Street,
go left at the T-junction, Catherine Ave, take the first right; travel to the

_ end and go right at the T-junction and the subject property is the seventh

lot on right past the first comer on the left.

Lot located on northernsie of Sandilands Village Rd
Triplex

Each Unit (2) Bedrooms, (1) Bathroom

Property Size:10,320 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,700 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $247,000.00 0.N.O. :

Travel south on Fox Hill Road, turn onto Sandilands Village Rd. corner
immediately north of the Girls Industrial School travel west on Sandilands
Village Road and turn north onto the fourth un-named paved road Apartment
building is the first building on the north-western comer of Sandilands
Village road and the above-mentioned un-named paved road directly

" opposite pole#32-1 the colour of the bldg is whit trim red.

Lot #2, Colony Village

4 Townhouse Apt .- 2 bedrooms, 11/2 bath each
95% completed

Property Size: 9,943 sq. ft.

Building Size: 3,798 sq. ft.

Appraised Value: $430,000.00 0.N.O.

Travelling east on Prince Charles Drive after Elizabeth Estates and Colony
Village Drive the subject property is the 2nd on the right hand side
after Colony Village.

Lot #11 Carmichael Pines off Carmichael Road
Duplex

Units - 2 Bedrooms, | Bathroom es.

Building Size: 1680 sq.ft

Property Size: 8100 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $ 211,000.00 O.N.O.

Turn onto McKinney Avenue from Carmichael Road Heading toward Fire
Trail, turn through the 7th corner on left which is Bellot Road turn left
onto Bellot Road take the 4th comer on right heading north go to the T-
junction take the Ist left and the property is the second lot on right hand
side.

Lot#25, Section "C", Garden Hills, N.P.
Triplex Apartment

1-2 Bedrooms, !-Bathroom

2- | Bedroom, 1- Bathroom

Property Size: 7,500 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,846 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $489,900.00 O.N.O.

From Global Tiles on East Street South, drive through the side entrance
and directly behind this structure and the subject property is the split level
structure immediately behimd it.

We providing financing to qualified buyers

CONTACT INFORMATION
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Tel: 502-5170 or 502-5180

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i iii eae ee eee

INSIGHT

For the stories

behind the news,
cree gy (6 lag
on Mondays

HIGGS & Johnson, the
Bahamian law firm, is on a
three-company shortlist for the
international Society of Trust
& Estate Practitioners’ (STEP)
Offshore Legal Team of the



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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.
























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Et

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Bimini Sands
South Bimini
Bahamas

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 21°" 2006.

Year award.

It faces competition for the
honour from Walkers and Ogi-
er, two law firms with offices in
London and the Cayman
Islands respectively.

The award category Higgs
& Johnson has been nominat-
ed in is one of nine that are
part of STEP’s International’s
Private Client Awards pro-
gramme, targeted at the trusts
and estate planning industry.

Programme

The awards programme, in
its first year, seeks to highlight
excellence among private client
solicitors, accountants, barris-

ters, bankers and trust man-.

agers.

“It’s a great honour to be
nominated by STEP for such a
prestigious award,” said Hig-
gs & Johnson senior partner,
Philip C. Dunkley.

“It is particularly gratifying
and encouraging to receive this

* Phone: 242-347-3500

Fax: 242-347-3501

| Email: frankjrp@biminisands.com
Become a part of the Bimini

Sands Family and understand

_ why “Our People make the

difference”.

_ SEEKING ACCOMPLISHED AND
-KNOWLEDGEABLE HOTEL CONTROLLER
WITH COMPREHENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN
BACK OFFICE ADMINISTRATION,
~OPERATIONS AND PERSONNEL

MANAGEMENT.

Directly responsible for compiling and analyzing
financial information, maintaining hotel’s chart
of accounts within a centralized accounting
environment, analyzing financial information
detailing revenues and expenses, preparing
balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and
other reports to summarize hotel’s current and
projected financial position. Establish, modify
and oversee implementation of accounting control .
procedures to maintain hotel’s assets. Perform
necessary reporting to unit owners. Assist with
budget preparation. Ideal candidate will be hands-
on, self motivated and able to balance multiple
tasks and meet deadlines. Must be well organized
and detail oriented. Bachelors Degree in
Accounting or related field with 5+ years
experience in hotel accounting of no less than
150 rooms with full food & beverage,
conference/banquet space along with 3+ years
of HOA accounting required.

Interested applicants may apply Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm Bimini Sands Resort & Marina - South
Bimini, Bahamas.



Bahamian law firm
nominated for award

acknowledgement of the
efforts by our legal team to
serve the industry with excel-
lence.

Nonetheless, we recognise
that there is always room for
improvement and we shall con-
tinue with renewed vigour and
enthusiasm to strive to

improve our services to the,

industry.”

According to STEP, judges
of the Private Client Awards
were some of “the leading

lights in the private client

world”. :

They assessed entries and
short-listed three nominees in
each category.

The judges were supported
by a panel representing inter-
nationally-renowned lawyers,
accountants, bankers, barris-
ters and trust companies.

The winners will be
announced at the awards cere-
mony on 26 September, 2006,

at the Grosvenor House Hotel, |

Park Lane, London.



The Tribune wants to hear
from people who are
making news in their
neighbourhoods. Perhaps
you are raising funds for a
good cause, campaigning
for improvements in the
area or have won an
award.

If so, call us on 322-1986
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tourists”. Yet it had encoun-
tered “significant financial dif-
ficulties” in its recent history.
It defaulted on its preference

’ share payments back in 2001,

and the negotiated settlement
for this resulted in a debt for

equity swap, whereby prefer-

ence shareholders such as
British American Insurance
Company and Colinalmperial
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® was subsequently brought in
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& around, and they were able to
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sale-and-lease-back deal,
becoming tenants instead, and
Jacharic’s decision to close will
likely leave the fund with sig-
nificant space to fill.

Sources

Financial sources told The
Tribune that Jacharic had been
seeking to attract new investors
to inject several million dollars
of capital into the business, in

return for an equity stake. ©

However, this search had not
born fruit, and the sharehold-
ers, who included a number of
prominent Bahamian busi-
nessmen, had not put in any
more money.

The cruise lines’ bargaining
and lobby power had heavily
impacted Jacharic Holdings
and its financial position, as
they were able to keep the
prices charged by Nassau-
based tour operators low,
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For example, tickets for the
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and the cruise lines were often
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much as $40 - a $29 mark-up.

Price

As a result of the price
squeeze, Jacharic and other
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Mirant’s Caribbean assets generate 45% of income

~ i By ROBERT LUKE

Cox News Service

ATLANTA — Atlanta-based

‘. Mirant, under pressure from
* investors to maximize long-term

’ shareholder value, said Tuesday

it will buy back up to $1.25 bil-
lion in stock and sell its power
generation and utility businesses
in the Philippines and the
Caribbean.

‘The independent power pro-
ducer, which emerged from bank-
ruptcy protéction in January, said
it would consider other steps that
potentially could include the even-

_ tual sale of the entire company,

said Edward R. Muller, chairman
and chief executive.

“We have a business to run in
the U.S., and we will do what we
see in running that business pro-
duces the most value,” Muller said
in a conference call with analysts.
“If your question is, as I infer, if
somebody is interested in paying
more than we think the company
is worth, would we sell it - of
course we would.”

For now, Mirant will repurchase
as many as 43 million shares, or
about 14 percent of the shares
outstanding, at $25.75 to $29 each
in a tender offer that begins today
and expires Aug. 21, unless

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Colina Bond Fund

1.295645*
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extended. “This is a great first
step,” said Barry Rosenstein, who
manages more than $5 billion,
including 2 million Mirant shares,
at Jana Partners. After the divesti-
tures,
additional repurchases of equal
or greater size,” he told
Bloomberg News.

Money for the buyback will
come from $885 million in avail-

able cash, plus borrowing against |

Mirant’s stakes in three power
plants in the Philippines.

Mirant also owns interests in
utilities and generating plants in
Jamaica, the Bahamas, Curacao,
and Trinidad and Tobago.

Those overseas plants, which
will be sold in an auction, produce

a combined 3,253 megawatts of

power. To compare, Mirant’s

“we would expect to see ,

domestic plants produce 14,161
megawatts.

Those overseas assets, however,
currently contribute about 45 per-
cent of Mirant’s adjusted earnings
before interest, taxes, deprecia-
tion and amortization.

“As we generate cash, our plan
is to return it to shareholders,”
said Muller, who declined to place
a value on the overseas:assets,
although some analysts have esti-
mated they could fetch more than
$4 billion.

“We won’t opine on any num-
bers because of the auetion
process,” Muller said. He expects
the sales to be completed by mid-
2007, if not sooner.

The plan to enhance share-
holder value comes nearly a
month after Mirant withdrew its

$7.86 billion hostile takeover bid
for New Jersey-based NRG Ener-
By. |

Mirant reversed course after
one of its large shareholders,
Pirate Capital, said it intended to
push for a special stockholders
meeting and a new board if
Mirant didn’t drop its takeover
attempt and take steps to boost
shareholder value.

The hedge fund said Mirant

should consider repurchasing
shares and selling overseas and
noncore domestic assets - even
the entire company itself.
, Beyond the current buyback,
Mirant didn’t specify how it would
return cash to shareholders in the
future, such as additional share
repurchases or special cash divi-
dends.

“How we would return cash in
the future will depend on circum-
stances at the time,” Muller said:
“There’s a range of possibilities.”

Muller indicated the company
needs to tread carefully. For
example, if Mirant were to more
aggressively repurchase shares, it
could jeopardize federal tax ben-
efits that were derived from pre-
vious losses. Those benefits total
as much as $3.7 billion. °

Mirant, a spinoff from Atlanta-
based Southern ‘Co., emerged
from a 2 1/2-year bankruptcy in
January. Mirant’s shares .are up
20.2 percent so far this year. They
finished Tuesday at $27.05, up 25
cents. More than 10 million shares
changed hands, or about three
times average daily volume over
the past six months.



Port Authority, from Page 1B

Grand Bahama Port Authori-
ty with immediate effect.”

Port Authority officials con-
firmed the two had _resigned,
but said the organisation would
be making no further com-
ment.

Mr McWeeney, a former

. Attorney General, close advis-

er to Prime Minister Perry
Christie: and partner‘in the
Graham, Thompson & Co law,
firm, and Mrs Wilson, who
apart from being Senate presi-
dent is an attorney and wife of
businessman Franklyn Wilson,
were effectively the only two
independent, non-executive
directors on the Port Authori-
ty Board.

If their arguments are cor-
rect, it shows a worrying lack
of consultation and trans-
parency at the very top level

-in the Port Authority, implying

that the management changes
were not discussed at Board
level.



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The pair’s resignations fol-
low last week’s departure of
Willie Moss, whose post of
Port Authority deputy chair-
man was made redundant with
effect from July 1, part of what
was described as changes to its
organisational structure.

Prior to that, Barry Malcolm

resigned as the Port Authori-

ty’s executive vice-president,
a move that was requested.
And the shake-out started with
the June 1 resignation of for-
mer Central Bank governor
Julian Francis from his post as
chairman and chief executive.
Mr Francis resigned after a
split with-the Port Authority’s
two key shareholders, the Hay-
ward and St George families,
with differences emerging over
the future strategy and direc-
tion for Freeport’s growth.
Yesterday’s resignations
were greeted with some con-
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relations between the Port
Authority and the Govern-
ment, especially given the for-
mer directors’ close connec-
tions to the Progressive Liber-

_al Party (PLP).
Their departures were seen ©

as coming at an especially bad
time for Freeport, given the
number of investment projects
on the drawing board, and the
need for co-operation between
the Port Authority and the
Government.

One contact said that a “a
major new investor” had been
found “to do the development

at Barbary Beach, behind Dis-

covery Bay”, although the
identity was being kept a close-
ly-held secret. :

The source said of the resig-
nations: “That’s not a good
‘sign. That would worry me.”

The recent call for an inves-

‘ tigation into Hannes Babak’s

appointment as Port Authori-
ty chairman by Senator Philip
Galanis, and other criticisms
voiced by Grand Bahama
Chamber of Commerce presi-

dent, Doswell Coakley, who is |

understood to be the PLP’s
candidate for High Rock, have
also been interpreted as a sign
of government sentiment-cool-
ing. However, The Tribune
understands that to date the
Government has adopted a
“hands off” attitude to the
comings and goings at the Port
‘Authority, not wanting to
‘interfere and being’ Kept
informed about developments
by Sir Albert Miller.

Yet other sources have ques-

tioned which other Bahamas-
based enterprises would be
allowed to remove such a num-
ber of highly-qualified Bahami-

- ans without any apparent

protest from the Government.
The whole episode indicates
that the succession to the late

_Edward St George, whose per-

sonality, drive and vision were
key to holding Freeport
together, has gone far from
‘smoothly and been poorly
planned. :

Mr Babak, who has had to
contend with conflict of inter-

_est accusations because. he

oWns companies that are Port
Authority licencees, Freeport

. Concrete and H&F Babak

Construction, despite recusing
himself from these activities,
will have to display political
skills in dealing with the Gov-
ernment, and attend to social
concerns in Freeport,.as well
as fulfilling commercial duties.

Meanwhile, The Tribune
also understands that Miran-
t’s Tuesday announcement that

it was placing its'55 per cent:

stake in Grand Bahama Power
Company up for sale has not
gone down well with the Port
Authority. '

The Port Authority, which

-is effectively Mirant’s partner

ets

= tree
ews

I

my

in Grand Bahama Power; is ~;

understood not to have been
informed about Mirant’s plans,
leaving the Port to.hear about

_ it from the newswires and The ;; ;
'. Tribune. The Port.Authority-

would have.to approve the ulti-
mate buyer of the 55 per.cent
stake.

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE _

MISTY SKY
INVESTMENTS LTD.

(in Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the
24th day of May 2006. The Liquidator is Argosa Corp.
Inc., P.O. Box N-7757 Nassau Bahamas. |

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(Liquidator)



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Dow sinks

@ By ELLEN SIMON
AP Business Writer



NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks
plunged Wednesday as a broker's
downgrade of Dell Inc. and high-
er oil prices aggravated Wall
Street’s worries about a shaky
start to second-quarter earnings.
The Dow Jones industrial average
sank more than 121 points.

An analyst’s reduced outlook
for Dell drove concerns about the
‘impact of a slowing economy on

tech companies, whose shares led
the broader market lower and

‘ gave the Nasdaq composite index
its biggest one-day drop in a
month. Meanwhile, rising oil
prices intensified the market’s
‘Inflation jitters.

*.’“We’re not out of the inflation
woods yet,” said Sam Stovall,
chief investment strategist with
Standard & Poor’s U.S. equity
research.

The Energy Department

reported that oil inventories
dropped by a larger-than-expect-
ed amount last week. The news
sent crude oil futures up 79 cents
a barrel to settle at $74.95 on the
New York Mercantile Exchange.

Wednesday’s slump was anoth-
er in the recent string of wildly
erratic sessions on Wall Street.
Investors have been cautious
about trading amid fears that ris-
ing energy prices could bring
more interest rate hikes at a time
when the economy already
appears to be cooling off.

At the close, the Dow tumbled
121.35, or.1.09 percent, to
11,013.42. The Dow lost almost
139 points earlier.

Broader stock indicators also
dropped sharply. The S&P 500
index fell 13.92, or 1.09 percent, to
1,258.60, and the Nasdaq fell
38.62, or 1.81 percent, to 2,090.24.

Decliners led advancers by
more than 2 to 1 on the New
York Stock Exchange.

Ae\U SN se

Bonds stayed flat, with the
yield on the 10-year Treasury
note unchanged at 5.11 percent
from late Tuesday. However, a
recent bond rally showed many
investors were attracted by rising
returns as well as the perception
that they are less risky than
stocks.

Elsewhere, the U.S. dollar was
higher against the Japanese yen
and barely changed versus Euro-
pean currencies. Gold prices rose
to more than $650 an ounce.

After months of intensive focus
on the Federal Reserve’s inter-
est rate policy, traders have

_ reached a consensus that the cen-

tral bank will raise rates again
when it meets in August.
“We’ve been totally driven by
what the Fed’s going to do, but it
looks like we’ve lost that leader,”
said Scott Merritt, a U.S.. equity
strategist for JPMorgan Asset
Management. “Now it’s almost a
foregone conclusion that the Fed

121 points oil p1

is done after August and people
are trying to find something else
to focus on.”

The result, he said, is a focus on
the “data du jour” — anything
from oil prices to inflation data —
which can send stocks swinging
wildly. Moreover, investors are
highly sensitive to any signs that
higher interest rates and inflation
are hurtingn profits.

The market is in a “decision '

box,” said Rod Smyth, chief

_investment strategist, Wachovia

Securities. If the economy con-
tinues to slow enough to persuade
the Fed to pause, stocks should
break out to the upside. But if
inflation remains stubbornly high,
the Fed may have to continue
raising interest rates, even at the
risk of a recession. That would
send stocks sharply lower.
Microsoft Corp. sagged 46
cents to $22.64 after the EU fined
the software company $357 mil-
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nn TEC

Baha Mar, from 1B

‘affairs, the Cable Beach,
acknowledged the concerns
-raised again by Kerzner Inter-
‘national that the proposed $2
billion project to revitalise
Cable Beach would create
“excess supply” by going head-
to-head with Paradise Island
for a finite market unable to
sustain both.

But he reiterated his com-
pany’s position that they would
be tapping into 4 market not
yet saturated, meaning there
was enough room for both
‘.mega resorts in the luxury
high-end segment: Together,
they would effectively grow
this part of the Bahamian
tourism market:

" “We are satisfied that there
is a significant market,” he told
The Tribune.

Mr Sands noted that Baha
Mar planned to introduce a
- tiered pricing structure based
on its variety of hotel brands,
. which are targeted at higher-
priced rooms and medium-
priced tourists, segmenting the
market.

He pointed »ut that while

- there may have been a sub--
-.°. 1. stantial-negative impact/On'”
_ Paradise‘ Island’ when thie €rys-

‘tal Palace of’Cable“Beach

opened. in 1989, that situation
. was entirely different from the
current one.

“When. Crystal Palace
opened it was the newest hotel
-_ on the island, and very few of
’ the other hotels reinvented

themselves. This is not the case
with the Atlantis Resort now,”
Mr Sands said.

He added that the current
hotel product quality was the
‘strongest it had ever been.
That, coupled with the fact.that
‘. there were many more flights
. to the Bahamas, and more
- opportunities for marketing,
--should ensure that visitors
come to both resorts.

An analysis performed by a
New York merchant bank for
Kerzner International’s chair-
man and chief executive, Sol
_, and Butch Kerzner,. showed
-’- that when Baha Mar’s project

‘. was completed, some 60 per
‘cent.of all hotel rooms in the

Nassau/Paradise Island mar-

‘. ket would be targeted and

Mas priced for high-end luxury.

-.-. It contrasted this with rival
mega resort destinations, Las
Vegas and Orlando, where
only 18 per cent and 5 per cent
‘. of the room inventory respec-
~.* tively was targeted at the lux-

ury high-end market.

The analysis, by New York
merchant bank Groton Part-
ners, was performed for the
‘Kerzners as they prepared for
their $81 per shate bid to take

~.~.the company private.

Defining luxury tourists as
those willing to pay more than
$200 per-night for their room,
_ .Groton wrote that when the

’ Baha Mar project was com-
pleted, “the company estimates
that 60 per cent of the hotel
rooms in Nassau would be
priced at the high-end, leading
to substantial competition and
likely excess supply.

“By comparison, only 18 per
cent and 5 per cent of Las

‘Vegas and Orlando, Florida,
hotel rooms respectively com-
pete in the luxury segment of
the market.”

Kerzner International has
long advocated that any rede-
velopment of Cable Beach
should focus on the mid-mar-

_ ket, with prices to match,
rather than compete with it for
Juxury high-end tourists.

‘ Fears about the conse-

-quences of having to directly
compete with Baha Mar were
articulated in June 2004 by
Paul O’Neill, the Kerzner

-. International (Bahamas) chief

* -. executive, who told a Bahamas

A

Chamber of Commerce lun- |

cheon that the two resorts
could “split” the market and
replicate the 40 per cent loss
in business suffered by the
Royal Oasis casino when Our
Lucaya opened its competitor.

.Mr O’Neill said at the time:

“For us to go head-to-head, to *
go after the same customer, is

not a good idea....:.. What we
don’t want to do is split what
we’ve got.”

Baha Mar _ countered
through a study that it com-
missioned from HVS Interna-
tional, which concluded: “With
only Atlantis and its 2,300
rooms, the benefit of first class
and luxury mega resort opera-
tions within the local market
has only been minimally cap-
tured when compared to the
potential developed in desti-

-nations such as Orlando and
_ Las Vegas.

“Orlando, with over 26,000
luxury and first class guest
rooms in 18 mega-resorts
(those with 1,000 rooms or
more), and Las Vegas with

64,000 guest rooms in its 21 ~

first-class and luxury mega-

resorts, reflects considerable

depth.

_ Baha Mar had also argued, .
. that it would target a different’. ,

type of customer, childless cou-
ples and singles, and be-more-

oriented towards the Las
Vegas-casino style model with
its partners, Harrah’s and Star-
wood, as opposed to Atlantis
with its emphasis on families.
It argued that ‘Atlantis was
closer to the Orlando themed-
resort model, and together the

‘ two would grow the high-end

luxury market as opposed to
splitting it. Tourists would also

have the opportunity to visit
both resort campuses during.

their stay, and could later
return to stay at the other des-
tination.

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CLARET LIMITED

(in Voluniary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
137 (4) of the International Business Companies Act
(No. 45 of 2000), CLARET LIMITED is in

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of April, 2006.

Scarlett Corporate Services Limited,
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- Viking House,
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NOTICE
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

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

The dissolution of the said company commenced on LITH July,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and
registered by the Registrar General.

The Liquidator of the said company is Mark Edward Jackman, c/o
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ENGLAND will attempt to win its first
series at home against Pakistan since 1982
by starting with a third-choice captain and
possibly just one of the five bowlers that
helped take the Ashes.

England plays Pakistan in a four-test
series starting Thursday at Lord's. Only
fast bowler Steve Harmison is likely to be
left from the 2005 attack that beat Aus-
tralia 2-1 to win the urn after a 17-year
gap.
Andrew Flintoff (ankle), Simon Jones
(knee) and Ashley Giles (hip) have all
been ruled out, while Matthew Hoggard
will have a fitness test Thursday morning

"Ideally, as a captain you want to know
you're in charge for a long period of time,
but that's not the case with me and it's
because of injuries we're in that situa-
tion," Strauss said. "There's nothing you
can do about it."

Strauss said Hoggard's practice session
went well on Wednesday. "It was encour-
aging in everything he did, but we want to
give him as long as possible to recover,"
he said.

The last leadership role for Strauss,
about to become his country's 77th test
captain, was overseeing England's 5-0 one-
day series whitewash by Sri Lanka. Harmi-
son made his return from shin splints in
that series, but was hit for 97 runs off 10
overs to record the worst bowling figures
by an Englishman.

"It is important.to divorce the two
games — the one-day game and the test
game — and I don't think we're that far off
in the test game," Strauss said. "If we go in
with that attitude, that confidence, that
belief, then there's no reason why it
shouldn't happen."

If Hoggard is ruled out,-fast bowlers



Monty Panesar. Only Harmison will have
taken more than 15 test wickets.

Pakistan's bowling lineup is also weak-
ened —- Mohammad Asif (elbow) is out of
the first test, with Rana Naved-ul-Hasan
(groin) and Shoaib Akhtar (ankle) possi-
bly missing the entire series.

Fast bowler Mohammad Sami has over-
come an injured knee and will lead an
attack that contains legspinners Danish
Kaneria and Shahid Afridi.

Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer also said

opener Shoaib Malik has an injured elbow
and may not play.

"He's struggling," Woolmer said. "He
had a cortisone injection last night so it
depends what happens to it as a reaction."

Pakistan is now second behind Australia
in the ICC test rankings after recently
beating England, India and Sri Lanka.

"4 on an injured hand.

a Flintoff will be back for the second test England drop to third following a drawn
* from July 27. He'll replace Andrew _ series with both India and Sri Lanka.

zi ,j Strauss as captain, with first-choice "It doesn't matter where you are in the

‘S91 Michael Vaughan out of the five-test Ash- rankings, every series is a new one and if
a es series, starting Nov. 23, because of knee —_ you play good cricket you will win," said
3 surgery. Pakistan captain Inzamam Ul-Haq, "It is

good for the team because this is a team
that is coming up. It is always good for
the team if you win a series away."

With every series bringing the much-
anticipated Ashes tour of Australia closer,
Inzamam adopted the psychological
underdog position.

"If England don't win against Pakistan,
then (winning) against Australia in Aus-

tralia is going to be a serious problem,"

Inzamam said.

@ THE SQUADS:

England: Andrew Strauss (captain),
Marcus Trescothick, Alastair Cook, Kevin
Pietersen, Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell,
Geraint Jones, Liam Plunkett, Matthew
Hoggard, Steve Harmison, Monty Pane-
sar, Sajid Mahmood, Jon Lewis.

Pakistan: Inzamam-ul-Haq (captain),
Shoaib Malik, Imran Farhat, Younis Khan,
Mohammad Yousuf, Shahid Afridi, Abdul
Razzaq, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad

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enraged him, but said it was
about his family.

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punch in the jaw than have
heard that,” Zidane said, stress-
ing that Materazzi’s language
was “very harsh,” and that he
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“There was a serious provo-
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he had never had tensions with
Materazzi before.

who provokes.”

he insulted Zidane, without giv-
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moment Zidane was on TV,
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TRIBUNE SPORTS.



Klinsmann

quits as
coach of.

Germany new ni

H SOCCER
FRANKFURT, Germany
Associated Press

JUERGEN KLINSMANN
walked away from the German
national team on Wednesday,
carrying a backpack with two
soccer balls for his children and
leaving trusted assistant
Joachim Loew in charge.

“T feel burned out,” Klins-
mann said at a news conference
while fighting back tears. “I
have a great wish to be back
with my family and my children
and to get back into normal
life.”

Klinsmann dismissed reports
that he had been approached
to take over the U.S. national
team.

“There is absolutely no inter-
est on my side and no contact,”
he said.

The 41-year-old Klinsmann
stepped down four days after
leading Germany to a third-
place finish at the World Cup,
earning praise across the nation.
He ignored calls to stay, from
Chancellor, Angela Merkel
down to the ordinary fans.

Merkel said she was “very
sad” to see him go. Franz Beck-
enbauer, who has won the
World Cup with Germany as a
player and coach, said Klins-
mann should have taken more
_ time to make a decision.

“Juergen would have perhaps
come to a different conclusion
then,” said Beckenbauer, the
most influential figure in Ger-
man soccer.

Klinsmann, who won the
1990 World Cup title as player,
‘was a novice coach when he was
unexpectedly given one of the
biggest jobs in soccer two years
ago.

Klinsmann delegated much
of the practical work and, in
Loew, has left a. hand-picked
successor who is likely to:keep

the team’s open, attacking and -




entertaining style.
e a Peete

that wes sh
selves inthe top of world soccer
. again. We have a young team
that can only improve,” ” Loew
said.

The two met during a coach-
ing course and Klinsmann hired
Loew to be his assistant when
he took the Germany job.

“He was never an assistant;
he was a partner, who had his
own areas of responsibility,”
Klinsmann said Wednesday.

Loew won the German Cup
in 1997 as‘coach of Stuttgart
and the Austrian championship
in 2002 with FC Tirol Inns-
bruck. He has also coached in
Turkey.

Loew’s two-year deal'runs
through the 2008 European
Championship, co-hosted by
Switzerland and Austria.

“Our goal is to be European
champion,” said Loew, who was
credited for designing the
national team’s game plans.

Klinsmann boldly promised
that Germany would win its .
fourth World. Cup title.
Although he fell short of that
goal, his young team captured
the nation’s imagination and
swayed even its biggest critics.

Klinsmann dropped some
veterans, brought in American
fitness trainers, composed his
staff of trusted, former team-
mates and, most importantly,
changed the team’s dour, safety-
first style into fast-paced, attack-
ing soccer.

His methods were met with
skepticism and open criticism
from many in the media and the

’ soccer establishment. By the
time the World Cup was over, ©

Klinsmann had become a

national hero, but he remained >

vague about extending his con-
tract, which ended with the
World Cup.

He didn’t watch Sunday’s
final and went to a Black Fore:
resort for two days to: think
things over and consult with his
American wife, Debbie.

“She told me it was my deci-

‘ sion but I told her that I didn’t
have the energy,” Klinsmann
said. “My decision wouldn’t
have been different even if we
had won the World Cup title.”

Klinsmann never gave up his
home in California, and his
commute to Germany was a
main source of friction between
him and the soccer establish-
ment.

With qualifying for the Euro-
pean Championship looming,
Klinsmann would have been
required to spend a lot more
time in Germany.

“It would have been much
more difficult,” he said. :

Michael Ballack, who became
Germany’s captain under Klins-
mann, regretted his departure.

Looking forward to a
ational stadiu

S O said, so done. That
was a quote from Min-
ister of Youth, Sports and
Housing Neville Wisdom as
he indicated that Prime Min-
ister Perry Christie and the
Progressive Liberal Party's
government had delivered on
its promise to provide the
Bahamas with a new national
stadium.

On Independence Day, the
government, along with the
People's Republic of China
broke ground for the con-
struction of the new 15,000
capacity national stadium that
will also serve as a hurricane
relief shelter.

Ambassador of the Peo-
ple's Republic of China to the
Bahamas Yuaming Li said
once the stadium is complet-
ed as their "gift" to the
Bahamas, he has every rea-
son to believe that it will
attract not just Bahamians,
but the people throughout the
Caribbean.

And Christie made another
promise in that every fiscal
year, the government will
ensure that the facility is
properly used by hosting a
major international competi-
tion.

It was sweet music to the
ears of those persons in atten-
dance and a crack in the wall
of the Churchill Tener
Knowles National Softball
Stadium by a tractor showed
that the work is now intended
to start.

Although no date has been
set for the demolition of both
the Andre Rodgers Baseball
Stadium and the Churchill
Tener Knowles Softball Sta-
dium, Sports Ambassador

Tommy Robinson, who heads *

the national stadium commit-
tee, said it's not going to be
an overnight project.

He indicated that a num-
ber of government agencies
have to do their infrastruc-

-ture work, which should take

at least three months before
the Chinese government
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Former track star Iram
Lewis, an architect by profes-
sion, has been appointed as
the project manager and he
said that every detail will be
carried to the letter before
the construction begins.

Wisdom also noted that the
work will be done in three
phases as they intend to com-
pletely transform the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.

he new national sta-
‘dium, and the new

baseball and softball stadiums
will be the priority and will
be built simultaneously to
ensure that.they are not that
adversely affected by their.
relocation. . .

That will be followed by a
new national indoor arena
that will be able to host four
different sports at the same
time.

And the Baillou Hills
Sports Complex will complete

. the scope of work, making it a

Group Corporation can begin

their physical work...

However long it takes, at
least it's obvious that the
work is in progress.

recreational facility for all to
enjoy.

Once completed, the
QESC should definitely be a
model for the rest of the

Caribbean, not only to envy,



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but to emulate.

Christie also made an inter-
esting comment in his speech
during the ceremony that
should be noted.

He mentioned that the
Bahamas should and will not
be left behind while the rest
of the world provides all the
necessary means to ensure
that their athletes are com-
pensated for their successes.

And he further noted that
their government will not just
settle on providing the first
class facilities in New

Providence and Grand
Bahama, but they intend to

“make sure that every major

Family Island has some type
of modern facility to assist in
bringing out the best in our
people across the board.
While the facilities in New
Providence are becoming a
reality by the Chinese gov-
ernment, we will have to wait
and see if the latter promises
are provided for both our ath-
letes and Family Islands.
There's no doubt that the
Bahamas has a wealth of raw
talent and many of those ath-





letes in the Family Islands are
forced to leave and come to
New Providence to get the
exposure.

A lot more action has to
take place in the Family
Islands or we may not get to
see the full potential of many
of our athletes.

As Christie also said, gone .’

are the days when makeshift
facilities were put in place and
athletes like himself could still
come to international promi-
nence — as he himself did as

the second Bahamian to win a..
. medal on the field in athletics.

We have the athletes who
could become NFL, NBA
and Major League players.
We have the world class ath-
letes and the tennis stars.

Ed Smith, the first Bahami-

an to play in the NFL, was in °

town over the weekend along
with his son, Alex, now with
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,
for a one-day camp.

In that short space of time,
they got to view more than
100 eager players who are all
looking to follow in their foot-
steps some day.



Hundreds of players are
involved in the various Sum- -
mer Basketball Camps, hop-*
ing to develop their skills to
become the next player since
Rick Fox to eventually play
in the NBA. ;

Derrick Atkins just eclipsed
the long-standing men's 100
metre national record of 10.18
seconds when he ran 10.14 at"
the NACAC Under-23
Championships in. the
Domiinican Republic. we

It seems as if we now have
a legitimate competitor who
can finally dip under the 10-

“esecond barrier - a feat that’. —
“we longed for —just as we did. .-

whén Tonique Williams-Dar-
ling cracked the 50-second
barrier to join Pauline Davis-
Thompson in the women's
400 a couple years ago. -*»

We have so much to be-

thankful for and so much

- more to look forward to.

achieving.

Hopefully when complet-
ed, the new facilities at the
QESC will be the impetus for
greater things to come from
our athletes.

— Vythoulkas gives.
‘back to community
on summer break

m= SWIMMING
By RENALDO
DORSETT

Sports Reporter

ONE of the country’s elite
swimmers is using his sum-
mer break as an opportunity

to give back to the commu-
nity, using the sport that
gave him so much.
Nationally renowned
swimmer Chris Vythoulkas
is conducting swimming clin-
ics for the remainder of the
week as.a part of the Min-

Bahamas eliminated
from Stanford 20/20

@ CRICKET

THE ‘under lights’ game proved to be too much for the
13-member team representing the Bahamas at the historical

Stanford 20/20 tournament.

The team faced-off with Cayman Islands losing by more

than 57 runs.

The loss eliminated the Bahamas from contention and sent
them packing from the million dollar prize tournament.

The tournament, which got underway yesterday at the Stan-
ford Cricket Ground in Antigua & Barbuda, was a single

elimination tournament.

Prizes being offered at the tournament include $25,000 for
the man of the match in every game; $100,000 for the man of
the match in the championship game and the fastest bowler in

each game.

Winning the fastest bowler and player of the match award in
the game was Cayman Island’s Pearson Best. Best had an

average of 19.4 overs.

y-

istry of Youth, Sports and
Housing’s Summer Youth
Program.

Vythoulkas has received
local, regional and interna-
tional acclaim as a member
of various national teams at
the Commonwealth, Pan
American and most notably
the 2004 Olympic Games.

The Florida State Semi-
noles All-ACC swimmer,
worked with a group of
about 20 campers yesterday,
teaching them basic rudi-
mentary swimming skills
while also introducing
aspects of comprrtive swim-
ming.

He instructed campers on
the proper means of per-
forming different strokes,
breathing techniques and
wall turns.

Vythoulkas said he takes
pride in anything that gives
more exposure to swimming
and can create as many new
swimmers as possible.

“It’s great to be able to do
this,” he said, “A lot of
Bahamians don’t know how
to swim and doing some-
thing like this, being able to
teach them at an early level
and getting them in the
water immediately, it helps



§ CHRIS VYTHOULKAS ee

that them get an idea of
what to do.

He said the freedom and
format of the camp should
create more and more swim-
mers and the camp’s num-
bers should grow.

Confidence

'“Bach day they learn
something new, get more
confidence, and they have
fun while doing it,” he said.
“So the more they go out
there and try to swim, the
better they become. With
kids like this they can go
home and tell all their
friends they learned how to
swim and it can bring more
people back to the camp.

Vythoulkas said he was
surprised with the overall
talent level of the swimmers
and has seen a few standout
athletes with the potential
to excel in the sport.

“We actually had a few
kids with good opportuni-
ties to become competitive
swimmers,” he said. “Out of
the group of 20 kids I just
worked with, I would say
there are about four or five
that I can stick in a program



a eS

right now and they would be- -
able to perform competi-
tively with a little work.”

After a long season, -
Vythoulkas has enjoyed his
short rest period and said4ies*.
is already working towards".
achieving more success next" +
season. ee

“Right now I’m just wap:
ing on my conditioning, los-"«*
ing more weight and weight ,
lifting and doing a few new,
things in my program. ‘to.
help improve,” he said. “I<
had a long year this year, ,
there was about a month»;
where I had whole lot-of*«'
meets IJ travelled to compete +”
in, like the Commonwealth->»
Games, World Champi-:*:

onships, and World Cups
Meets.”

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expectations for his upcom-*,
ing season, the senior-at{«'
FSU hopes this camp can be:

a stepping stone to create:
more swimmers, garnering’
greater interest in the sport.ts

“In a group this big you.™ we
can always find a few people*.,*
that are natural athletes and,*.,
natural swimmers,” he said.)
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here and get interested ineos
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TRACK AND FIELD
By KELSIE
JOHNSON
Junior Sports
Reporter

CHANDRA Sturrup
made a return to the cir-
cult after missing out on a
month and a half of
action due to injury

The national record
holder in the 100m was in
action on Tuesday at the
Athletissima 2006 meet
held in Lausanne,
Switzerland. Sturrup
along with Debbie Fergu-
son-McKenzie lined-up
for the women’s 100m.

Winning in the event
was American Marion
Jones who is also making
a comeback to the circuit.



Sweep

Jones won the event in
10.94 seconds and the
race was a clean sweep by
the Americans. Coming
in second in was Me’Lisa
Barber in 11.03 seconds,
Torri Edwards in 11.07
seconds, while Lauryn
Wiliams ran 11.13 sec-
onds.

Ferguson-McKenzie
was fifth in 11.23 seconds
and Sturrup seventh in
11.52 seconds.

According to Bahamas
Association of Athletic -
Association’s public rela-
tions officer Ralph McK-
inney, Sturrup’s return
for the other upcoming
meets linking closely to”
the 20th Central Ameri-
can and Caribbean

(CAC) games is still ques-
tionable. |

However, McKinney
did reveal that Sturrup
will not take part in the
CAC games.

Competing

He said: “Sturrup might
opt to compete in some
smaller meets until the
CAC games are finished.
We are certain that she
will not be competing in
the CAC games. Sturrup,
Tonique and Debbie have
made this decision not to
compete.

“But there will be other
meets for Chandra to
compete in, it will be sole-
ly up to her to do so.
There are meets ‘on the
European circuit that will
be going on during the
time of the CAC games, I
am not too sure if she will
opt to compete in these
meets but she can if she
wants to.”

Sturrup will have an
opportunity to compete in
the Golden Gala meet,
set for Friday in Rome,
Italy.

Also competing in this
meet will be Ferguson-
McKenzie.





miss CAC Game

@ TRACK AND FIELD
By KELSIE JOHNSON:
Junior Sports Reporter

IT’S official, the national
record holders in both the
100m, 200m and 400m will not
compete in the Central Amer-

_ican and Caribbean Games.

(CAC).

Public relations officer at
the Bahamas Association of
Athletic Associations
(BAAA) Ralph McKinney
revealed yesterday that Chan-
dra Sturrup, Debbie Fergu-
son-McKenzie and Tonique
Williams-Darling will not par-
ticipate in the summer games.

Both Sturrup and Williams-
Darling are nursing injuries
while Ferguson-McKenzie has
opted to compete in the Gold-
en League’s jackpot race.

The CAC games are set for
July 25th-29th, in Cartegena,
Colombia. ’

Quarter-milers Andre
Williams and Aaron Cleare
will also miss out due to
injury.

‘McKinney said: “The pres-
ence of all the athletes will
surely be missed, but this gives
the younger athletes a chance
to shine.

“Although we are saddened
by the fact these athletes
won’t be able to attend the
championships, the younger
athletes like Tamika Clarke,

Tiavannia Thompson and so

on will be highlighted. These
are some of the upcoming ath-
letes in the programmes who
persons don’t too much about.

“So our concern level is not
on alert, because the team
have a lot of junior athletes
who are trying to make a
name for themselves and the
CAC games is a perfect
opportunity.

With Sturrup and Ferguson-
McKenzie not in the line-up
for the 4x100 relay, McKin-
ney reassured the public that
“the other names listed on the
29-member team are capable
of picking up the slack.”

McKinney pointed out that
Savetheda Fynes, an original
member of the Golden Girls’
team will be competing along
with Clarke who was an alter-
native for the team.

He added that the team will
also have Shandria Brown,
upcoming track and field star
T’Shonda Webb that can run

fast times and will qualify for |

a leg on the relay.

“When we look at it we still
have girls who are capable of
running,” said McKinney.
“Yes Chandra and Debbie are
the core members of the team,
but we have to look into
rebuilding and now is a per-
fect time.”

As far as the relays are con-
cerned, McKinney said that
both the male and female
teams are ready for action.

McKinney pointed the fact
that the new national record

, just been set in the men’s



MIAMI HERALD SPORTS

a CHANDRA STURRUP

100m by Derrick Atkins, who
will also be considered as a
member of the ‘4x100m relay
team.

Atkins will be joined by
national record holder in the

200m Dominic Demeritte and -

a few others-who have posted
times under the 10.50 second
marker.
McKinney added: “As far
as the relays are concerned we
are very sure about that. We
have Tamika and Savethada

funiniae in Florida and the
we have Derrick who have
just posted a fast time and a
new national record.

“The relays are important
and I am sure that the
Bahamas will do a good job.
This job will be seen on the
track and the field.”

Representing the Bahamas
on the field will be Trevor
Barry, Osbourne Moxey,
Donald Thomas and Jackie
Edwards.

HB DEBBIE SEC RO CEN

B@ TEAM MEMBERS:
Tamicka Clarke
Savetheda Fynes
T’Shonda Webb
Christine Amertil
Sasha Rolle
Shakeitha Henfield
Tia Thompson
Jackie Edwards
Lavern Eve
Shandria Brown
Chris Brown.
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Derrick Atkins

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Rodney Greene
Adrian Griffith
Dominic Demeritte
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Sweeting’s Colonial |
Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road ¢ P.O. Box N-8161 ° Tel: 325-7867
e Fax: 325-7867

BNO ULCER eee






Little Ms Decresha
Gwendana Lamour
Barr, 16

of Carmichael Road, will be held

on Saturday 15th July 2006 at

Carmichael Bible Church, |
Carmichael and Gladstone Roads |
at 11:00 am officiating will be
Pastor Daniel O. Simmons assisted
by Assistant Pastor Alexander S.
Thompson. Interment will follow
in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.




Precious Memory will always linger in the hearts of her

_ Mother,Deserie Hendricks, three sisters, Delissa and Devinya
Barr and De'Angelique Rolle; brother, Dedrick Barr, grand-
mothers, Myrna "Dorothy" Colebrooke and Helen Barr, grand-
father, William Colebrooke; great grand-parents, Eric and
Gwendolyn Anderson; 9 Aunts, Marva Philips, Delsha
Hendricks, Cassandra Fowler, June Russell, Monique Knowles,
Dedrie, Doreaca, Chrisco and Wanda Barr; Nine Uncles, Wade
Dice, Andrew and Peter Brown, Dean Hendricks, Harold
Sands, Junior Nicholas, Trevor and Albert Barr, 13 grand-
aunts, Pansy Graham, Laurel Cameron, Hope Shand, Marlyn
Humes, Maxine Barnes, Joan McFarling, Mazera Mason, Patsy
Grant, Jacqueline Russell, Rev. Claretta Cambell, Elisa Griffin,
Irene Moss and Sarah Jolly; eight grand-uncles, Eric, Bazil,
Carl, Errol and Lewellyn Anderson, Fred Russell, Erroll Moss
and Calvin Mason, god-parents, Colrena Murphy, Christopher
Lewis and Anton Wilson, numerous cousins including, Denielle
Miller, Desean Pratt and Lyndonia Demeritte and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Aretha Caley, Aqualonig
Williamson, Samantha Knowles, Sherene McPhee, Sharon
Nairn, Agetha Gomes, Gertude Gibson, Eva "Carrie" Baptiste,
Douglas Bannister, Omar Austin, James Carey, John Flowers,
Shirley King, Maxwell Lightbourne, Tessi and Decoya, Myrtle

Sweeting, Leisa Lightbourne, Alvena Williams, Denise
McKenzie, Charles McPhee, Christine Sands, Dorothy
Newbold, The Stubbs, The Red Bay's Andros and The
Carmichael Bible Church Famililes.

The body will repose at the chapel of the Saints Sweeting's
Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd. from
11:00 am on Friday until 6:00pm and at the church from 10:00
am on Saturday until service time.


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| KEMP’S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

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

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR














Athena Heather
Curry, 50



of Kent Avenue, Nassau
East, The Bahamas will be
held at Grace and Peace
Wesleyan Church,
Twynam Avenue, Winton
Meadows, Nassau on
Friday, 14th July, 2006 at
5:00 pm. Reverend Henley B. Perry will officiate and
interment will be in Ebenezer Methodist cree,
East i sturley Street, Nassau.




“She was predeceased by her father, Captain John
W.W. Gates and is survived by her husband, Eugene
L.M. Curry, her mother, Pamela Gordon-Cooper, sons,
Carl Curry. and Eugene L.M. Curry III, a daughter,
Natasha Curry; brother, John Gates; uncles, Laddie
Gates and Bates Albury; aunts, Ivy Gates and Alice
Albury; sisters-in-law, Barbara Gates and many other
relatives and friends especially Christopher Manning.










Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, 22 Palmdale Avenue
on Thursday, 13th July, 2006 from 4:00 pm to 6:00
pm. |










Instead of flowers the family request that donations
be sent to the Bahamas Diabetic Association, PO. Box
N. 1315, Nassau, The Bahamas in memory of Mrs.
Athena H. Curry.. :

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 3

_SRiverside Cyuneral Chapel

\ - “Your House Of Comfort”
24 HOURS A DAY
‘Serving The Bahamas With Pride”
FRANK M. Coorpr - Funeral Director
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Cockburn Town
San Salvador, Bahamas
Telephone:
(242) 331-2642

Mount Royal Avenue
P.O. Box GT 2305
Nassau, Bahamas

Telephone: (242) 356-3721

Cellular: (242) 395-8931

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

INGRID DEAN,
41

a resident of Peter Street, will

held on Saturday at
_ Friendship Baptist Church,

Laird Street at lpm.
Officiating will be Rev.
Archelus Burrows. Cremation
will follow.





























She is survived by two daughters, Wyendera Wells
and Toyika Ferguson; two granddaughters, Anitra
and Tameka Saunders; grandmother, Lorraine Rolle

of San Salvador; three sisters, Louise Miller,
-Miramanne Symonette and Terryann Rolle of
Rolleville, Exuma; four brothers, James Rolle, P.C.
1408 Samuel Farrington, Steven McQueen and
George Jones; three brothers-in-law, Clinton Barr,
Troy Symonette and Wayde Rolle of Rolleville,
Exuma; sister-in-law, Freda Farrington; three uncles,
Leonard Sears, Desmond Rivers of Miami, Florida
and Preston Rolle of Freeport; three aunts, Donna
Sears, Edna Rivers of Miami, Florida and Verna
Gilbert and other relatives and friends including,
special friend, Trevor Hepburn; Glen Smith, Berverley
Fernander; nieces, nephews, cousins in Lincoln
Boulevard Community.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Riverside Funeral Chapel, Market Street and Bimini
Avenue on Friday from 10am to 6:00pm and at the
church from 12noon on Saturday to service time.



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Kendra Ann Hanna,
50

of Narcissus Avenue, Garden Hills
#1, will be held on Friday, July 14th,
2006 at 11:00 a. m. at Bethel Baptist
Church, Meeting Street. Officiating
will be Pastor Timothy Stewart and
Pastor Lewis Cash. Interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens,






Soldier Road.

Kendra will indeed be missed, but her beauty and love
will forever be in the hearts of her Parents: Ambrose and
Dorothy Hanna, Brothers: Kevin Hanna Sr. and Stephen
Hanna, Sisters: Betty Adderley of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
and Stephenie Williams, Nieces: Kevval Hanna and Mickiko
Adderley, Nephews: Barry Williams, Kevin “Andrew” Hanna
Jr., and Re’juan Adderley, Brother-in-law: Reginald Adderley,

Hanna of Brooklyn, New York, and Bettye Hanna and Family
of Miami, Florida, Grand Aunts: Gwen Hanna, Doris
Fitzgerald, and Winifred Munnings, Grand Uncle: Leroy
“Pemmy” Hanna Sr., Close Relatives and Friends: the Families
of Idris and Gwen Reid, Frank and Mary Davis, Iva Smith
of Brooklyn, New York, Frankie and Jimmie Tucker of
Brooklyn, New York, Sandra Bain, Dornell Knowles, George
and Pat Bethel, and Minerva Finley, Numerous other Family
and Friends including: the Munnings, Hanna, Fitzgerald,
Bastian, Rahming, Young, Roker, and Hepburn Families, the
Families of Louise Rolle, Mary Stubbs, Dorothy Curtis;
Roosevelt Cleare, Ralph Williams, Bertram and Barbara
Knowles, Phil and Jean Antonio, and Dewitt and Eartha
Hanna, James Lamm, Arthur Maycock, the Dominoes Boys
from Mini Street, Staff at Lil General’s, Audrey Taylor,

Church), Shiloh Temple Family, Garden Hills #1 Family, Dr.
Laurette Issac and the Medical Team at P. M. H, including
I. C. U. and Female Surgical Ward I Staff.

Viewing will be held in the “SERENITY SUITE” at
Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson

and Coomaloyieon Gimilod

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:

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Sister-in-law: Lavern Hanna, Aunts: Dorothy Lily and Ena |



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and Soldier Road, on Thursday from 10:00: a. m. until 6:00
p. m. and again at the church on Friday from 9:30 a. m. until
service time.

DEATH NOTICES

Cardinal James Smith,
59

of Garden Hills #3 and formerly of The
Bluff, South Andros, died at the Princess
Margaret Hospital on Sunday, July 9th,
2006.

He is survived by his Wife: Marzel
7 Dorsett Smith, Parents: Susan B. Smith

and Nehemiah Smith, Sons: Cardinal Jr,
Cedeno Smith, Samuel McDonald, Harold Romer, and Raghuram
Tumuluri, Daughters: Marlene, Karranda, De’Onora, and Marilee


























Rowena Smith Romer, Sister: Delores Johnson, Brothers: Cecil,
Whitman, Wilchire, Leon, and Lester Smith, anda host of other Relatives
and Friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later.








\ Winston Oneil Seymour, |
74 |

of Raymond Street, and formerly of Turks
and Caicos, died at his residence on
Tuesday, July 11th, 2006.












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® Mr. David Joseph, 77
affectionately called
"Daddy Chout" -

: of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, will
=) be held on Sunday 11:00am at
-| the Marsh Harbour Seventh Day
fF Adventist Church. Pastor
Leonardo D. Rahming assisted
by Pastor Edward St Fleur, Elder
Albert Dormeus, Elder Ednal
Collie, Elder Issac Collie, Elder
Humphert H. Rahming and
Pastor Joab Fleurimord will officiate and interment will follow
in the Public Cemetery Marsh Harbour Abaco.



Precious Memory are held by, his loving wife, Marie Azariah
Joseph; four sons, Belozier, Caleb, Rodney and Elvin Joseph;
four daughters, Georgian Maurat, Lucienne St. Louis, Kathleen
Elmeus and Lezette’Pubien; one brother, Tyson Joseph; seven
sisters, Lorencia, Anace, Anacile; Sylvanie, Lavilla, Lucia Joseph
Briselia Loriston, Helena Gefrad and Germaine Joseph; 12
grand-sons, Ricky, Leonardo, Lashad, Roziah, Gary, Ozias and
Jonas Joseph, Shaky Pierre Louis, Donell and Alton Pubien and
Ryan Elmeus; 11 grand-daughters, Germaine, Samantha, Wonsha,
Rodricka and Cynthia Joseph, Ema Nuelola, Kenth and Marcia
Maurat, Sabrina and Monica Anestin and Brinna Pubien; nieces
and nephews include, Pastor Alberany Joseph, Yaynth Volvick
Joseph, Julian Loriston, Dargencon Michel, George and Seneck
Ceremy, Ilfodieu, Selenie, James, Rames and Leo Loriston,
Johny and Pas Julia Joseph, Rodrique and Frederick, Odiles
Tanis, Victor Theoc and Ilfosia Blanc, Marie Michelle Sanon,
Marie Marthe Joseph, Barbara and Paulette Etteinne; sons and
daughters-in-law, St. Ronel St Louis, Renel Elmeus, Abdony
Pubien, Gerry Blanc, Immanuel Maurat, St. Anette and Lillian
Joseph, Josiane Blanc, Luzena Paul, Alta and Aline Dume and
Beyou Fontus; cousins, Albette, Ezekiel, Amos, Nixon, Jefferson,
Jordan, and Moses Joseph, Sulfida Lacourse, Lon Theoc, Jimmy
and Mark Green, Judith, Jimmy Barette, Dekakma, Lamature
and Ghisleire Bareltte, Aloude Bryan Joseph, Jaden Vincent,
Rodney, Jeffrey, Kenol and Isabell Blanc and Nelson Mitchel.
A host of other relatives and friends include, Ruth Pierre, Gladice
Leanna, Olibrice and family, Demosthene and family, the
Meadows family, Pastor Leonardo Rahming, Pastor Edward St.
Fleur, Tony Pierre, Pastor Citois and family, Elder Mac Charles,
Belleve Dormeus and family, Rosita and Fresnel Felix, Sylvie
Cooper, Savilla Pierre, Max Desire, Elder E. Issac Collie and
Family, Pastor Leonardo Johnson, Pastor Paul Scavella, Pastor
Burrows, Nurse Barbara Reckley, Nurse Peggy Sands, Antoine
| Leroi, Monique Jones, members of Marsh. Harbour Seventh

Conmmonteealth Funeral Home,
| Independence Drive ¢ Phone: 341-4055 .
FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR



THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 5



Day Adventist District, the Bootle and Davis families, Rosita
Gelin and others too numerous to mention.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at The Chapel
of Memories, Independence Drive on Friday from 2:00-7:00
pm on Saturday from 10:30-2:00pm and at The Church in Marsh
Harbour on Saturday from 5:00 pm to service time on Sunday.

Mr. Clifford
Adderley, 59

of Marsh Harbour, Abaco, will
be held on Saturday 11:00 am at
Church of Christ, Marsh Harbour
Abaco. Pastor Jason Quashie will
officiate and interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery
Marsh Harbour Abaco.

. Cherished Memory are held
j by; his wife, Reinadel Adderley;
3 sons, Neil and Dwaine

Adderley, Eltoro Adderley (deceased); two daughters, Patrice

Huyler and Nikkita Rankine; three sisters, Lila Strachan, Bernice
Brown and Estelle McIntosh; four grandsons, Akeem, Tyneil,
Nakajah Adderley and Keonte Nightingale; three granddaughters,
Joi Isaacs, Ghandi Levarity and Aaliyah Adderley; two aunts,
Rebecca Simms and Jennie Reckley; nieces, Greta, Ruby,
Cortney, Melanie, Serena, Malena, Leitheria, Josephina, Katrina,
Marisa, Kanishka, Tanya, Tishera and Anaka; nephews, Roderick,
Alphonso, Phillip, Herbert, Kermy, Shannon, Carl, Dave and
Ernest; one daughter-in-law, Nanette Adderley; one son-in-law,
Gladstone Rankine; five brothers-in-law, Fred, Paul, Lincoln,
Richard and Simon Jones; five sisters-in-law. Eva Adderley,
Anita Roberts, Roslia Agbim, Gwen and Mellanie Jones; grand
nices and nephews, Lindisha, Kadijah, Shazah, Leandra, Megan,
Virginia, Diana, Sinaya, Phillipa, Velma, Candice, Lorenzo,
Ricardo, Corey, Shawn, Kermy Jr., Kaleil, Jamari, Branden,
Brennen, Rodney, Melvin, Tysherone, Fernavghio, Davante and
Chaz. Other relatives and friends include, The Moss family, The
Simms family, Alex Levarity, Terrance, Johnny, Joey, the Alvarez
family, The Archer family, Eloise Huyler, Samaro, Lamanda
Johnson and the entire community of Marsh Harbour, Abaco.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at the Chapel of
Memories, Independence drive on Friday from 10:30-2:00pm
and at the church in Marsh Harbour on Friday from 5:30 pm to
service time on Saturday.



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Conmnonireerlth Suneral Home











soy eae ey

Mr. Rudolph
Saunders, 47
affectionately
called "Rudy"



of Murphy Town Abaco,
will be held on Saturday
11:00 am at Fellowship
al Church of God In Christ
/ Comfort Street. Pastor

Garnet Gibson will be






officiate.





















Left to mourn his passings are, his mother, Mavis
Saunders; one daughter, Clarissa Anderson; one brother,
Shian Gentle; two sisters, Eleanor Seymour and
Ernestine Sears; five nieces, Odetta, Avevtia, Krizia,
Shenay and Taneisha; two nephews, Eddison Jr. and
Edward Lockhart; two aunts, Viola Woods and Mabel
Saunders of Murphy Town Abaco; two uncles, Elick
and Jacob Saunders of Murphy Town Abaco; two
brothers-in-law, Anthony Seymour and Churchill Sears;
| one sister-in-law, Martha Butler; one grand-niece,
Romika; one grand-nephew, Keith Woodside. Other
relatives and friends include, Livingston, Jerry Woods,
Breton Davis, Standford, Raymond, Bradley, Cyril,
Austin, Sidney, Mike McIntosh, Theresa Woods, Kathy
Smith, Norma Gray, Carolyn Saunders, Stephanie, |
Pinky, Desiria, Echlin, Roslin, Tamara Saunders, Marva

Bain, Sarita and Patrice Forbes and especially Ms.
Meana Basil, Vernall Davis of Murphy Town Abaco,
the Willard Patton School family, Carmichael Primary
School family, Taylor Street and Ross Corner family
and others too numerous to mention.



EAST SUN ay RISE MORTUARY

a

“
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR |



MARGARET.
DEVEAUX, 88

of Dunmore, Long Island will be |
held on Saturday at 1lam at St. |
Peter's and St. Paul's Catholic §
Church, Simms, Long Island.

| Officiating will be Deacon Patrick

| Darville. Interment will follow in
church of the Assumption
Cemetery, Dunmore, Long Island.

She is survived by one son, James Taylor; one daughter,
Gorettie Rahming; two sisters, Emily Reckley of Freeport,
G.B. and Curlene Dean; two brothers, Vernal and Eustace
Major of Freeport G.B.; 23 nephews, Ezekiel, Gerald, Fred,
Mike, Jerry, Sinclare and Gladstone, Dean, Truman, Gladstone,
Rosevelt, Elias, Phillip, Percy Jr., Bernard, Keith, Kevin, K.C.

‘and Gary Major, Stephen, Rodney, Jonathan, Rudolph and

Robert Major; five nieces, Sheila, Edith and Elene Dean,
Berthelee, Maria, Karen, Linda Major, Alfreda Cooper, Christine
of Freeport, Muriel, Sandra, Cheryl, Sandra Fenlon and Nicoya;
sisters-in-law, Madeline Margeritta and Virginia Major; brothers-
in-law, Clement Dean, Paul Cunningham and Leon Reckley;
son-in-law, Glen Rahming; daughter-in-law, Alma Taylor;
other relatives and friends and special friends include, Deacon
Patrick Darville, Cletis Dean and family, Joycelyn Roxbury
and family, Margo Taylor and family, Zerlene Taylor and
family, Michael McQueen, Lee Wallace and family, Mary
McIntosh and family, Lillian, Eliza Roxbury and family,
Winnifred Taylor and family, Judy Taylor and family, Sandra
Sweeting, The Dunmore Developement Association, The }}
Honourable Lawrence Cartwright and the entire Roman Catholic }
Faith and many other ae and friends. —

Friends may pay their last respects at Chueh of the Assumption
from 10am to 9pm on Friday and from 9am in Dunmore, Long
Island at the Church until service time.

Tima ad elena tee

“A New Commitment To Service”

#27 Rosetta se eo Box C.B. 12248 / Palmdale,
sau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 323- aa eZ) 326-4209 Fax: Rae 2957
24 hrs. Emergency Service ie
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Butler's Funeral Homes & Crematorium

Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas



Ee Se ee SS a



MRS. CISLYN LOUISE
“Mama”
AUSTIN-DAMES, 76

Street,

| Marshall, LaShard Thompson, Nickito J ohnson,
| Sharon and Nicole Davis, Toure’
_ Shankia LaFleur, Travis, Melissa and Mia Smith,
| Megan, LaRae and Anastacia Hutchinson,
_ LaVaughn, LaShan, Lateisha and Michael Dames
Jr.; Six (6) Great-grandchildren; Celeste
3 Marshall, Daniel, Ryan, Dana and Regan LaFleur
_ and Nashae Davis; Two (2) Brothers; Reginald
7 Austin and Holland Bowleg; Three (3) Sisters;
_ Rowena Austin, Eldica Wilson and Alicemae
| Ingraham; Forty-two (42) Nieces; Forty-two
_ (42) Nephews; Fifty-two (52) Grand-Nieces and
_ Grand-Nephews, Five (5) Brothers-in-law; Irvin
_ King, Donald Wilson, Allan, Patrick and Nathaniel _
| Dames; Four (4) Sisters-in-law; Virginia and
Avilda Dames, Bloneva Sears and Sandra Evans
_ and other relatives and friends including; Rev.

of #3 Thompson Street, Danottage Estates will Mathias Munroe, Rev. Timothy Stewart and

| be held on Sunday, July 16", 2006 at 3:00 p.m. at |
‘Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Officiating | "De Hatchet Bay lamily and many others too
_will be Rev. Timothy Stewart Assisted by Pastor | ee

Lionel Merritt and Associate Ministers. Interment

f Rutt.
will follow in the Church’s Cemetery, Meeting Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Buteis’

| Funeral Homies and Crematorium, Ernest and York
| Streets on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00
Cherished memories linger in the hearts of her | Ee erncay non ZO ine noble) Bae
Children; Sandra and Frank LaFleur, Shannon and pont 2 00 aes ene Vice Ma eC
and Larry Thompson, Shelia and Granville Dames, |
Mizpah and Thomas Smith, Michael and Lorraine |
Dames, Colette and Lionel Merritt and Ismae |
| Coleby; Grandchildren; Lavette and Marcus

, sidratu and

family, The entire Bethel Baptist Church family,

ss
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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
~ FUNERAL HOME

Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
























Publish your —

Joseph Nelson
Age 65, -

Formerly of Haiti, and a
resident of Hanna Hill
Eight Mile Rock will be
held on Sunday July 16,
2006 at 11:00a.m. at the
Seventh Day Adventist
Church, Hanna Hill Eight
Mile Rock. Officiating

will be Pastor Ricardo B.
Bain assisted by Elder Paul Thompson and Peter Watson,
Intermet will follow in Harbour West Cemetery.



Left to remember and cherish his memory are iis
companion, Julie John, one Daughter Sentelis John, one
son Fasile Nelson two grand children Fredderick Swain
and Samantha Ferguson. one son- in-Law Samuel
Ferguson, four brothers, Deaconsee, Anousa, Pascal,
Benezaye; Three sisters Tayevesse, Nortillia Louisianna;
three brothers-in-law, Elia, Gwoe, Teatit; two, sister-in-
law, Mavyele and Teamadam; fourteen nieces Naiomi,
Lucy, Mavecla, Margaret, Wilda, Leodia, Alice Rosemene,
Mercelia, Anose, Susette, Ledy, Benize and Emily; nine
nephews, Martel, Abnove, Macnel, Rosman, Andrea,
Nickson, Adelene, Jymi, and.Geoe; numerous grand
nieces, and nephews and other realtives including Kelondi,

‘Ivison, Mr. ana M4rs Charlow Deleveaux, Mr. Moss, Mrs.

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Surveying, The Ferguson Family, Mrs. Amalia Martin
Eve, Paulette, Alma, Mary and a host of other relatives
and friends.

Family will receive friends at Russell and Pander
Funeral Home Eight Mile Rock on Friday July 14, from
1:00p.m. and from 9:30a.m. to serve time on Sunday July
16,2006 at the church.


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Willis Miller, 88

Road.



_ His cherished memory is held
. by his four sons, Ashlyn Brenville,
Wenfred, Kenneth and Andy; one daughter-in-law, Glenda

Ann (Tiny), Ashlyn Jr., Brunel, Anton, Steve, Ashley, Jerome,
Julian, Gregory, Amos Jr., Franklyn, Brittaney, Travis and
Trevin, Norma, Janice and Jacqueline; 21 great grand-children;
nine nephews, Ronald and Dwidth Devoe of Ft. Lauderdale,
Osborne James, Timme, Gideon, Jason, Osborne, Asel, Lie
Hanna and Brundel Stevens; 28 nieces, Malrita, Virglee, Unis,
Dianna, Marrie, Ruby Ferguson, Ella Cox Calsey, Deja, Deborah,
Dorothy, Terri and Josey Gibson, Herbi, Ewitt Ferguson,
Charlene, Darlene, Janet Hann, Dorinder Dean, Shirley, Beatrice
Mcintoch, Deloris Devoe, Sible Devoe, Sandra Devoe of Ft.

| Miller Jr., Enos, Lawrence, Oil, Greg, Jonathon and Joel Miller,
Coreene, Mispah, Charity Frankermae, Janet and Norelene
Miller, John Symonette, Ethlyn Bain, Dorothy Williamson,
Acklins Trade Development association #2 and President

| Hanna Jr., Rupert Cox, Ronald, Bill, Ezelfus and Enos Miller,

Newton Williamson, Dec. Gayren Williamson, Ozel Miller,

N

Rack of Ages Suneral Chapel

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

| Elemay Devoe, The Hon. Alfred Grey MP., Remelda
| Williamson, Dorothy Cox Watson and Gloria Cox of Hallandale

of Pinefield Acklins and formerly |
of Relief Acklins, will be held on |
Saturday 15th July, 2006 at :
1:30pm. At Ebenezer Baptist |
Church, Charles Vincent Street; |
Nassau, Bahamas. Officiating will |
be Rev. Dr. Elkin Symonette and |
Interment will be at Southern |
Cemetery oe and Spikenard :

Fisher-Miller; 20 grand-children, Sherryann, Sharon, Tiffany,



Lauderdale, Fl., Yvonne Devoe of Orlando FI, Marvis, Hazel, |
Carmey and J osephine Miller; two God-children, Nellie Hanna |
and Lullian Williamson. And a host of other relatives and |
friends including, Wilmore Stevens, Solomon Miller, Ron |

: Linis and Etton Josail; three nieces; Tellina Belfort, Shanovia
: Delancey, Waydena Clarke Bridage Joseph; one nephew,
' Anthony Ferguson; sixteen cousins, Cynthia, Memoise, Roland,
-Elizabth Forves, Eliza Taylor, Yvonne and Claygon Taylor, |
( : Wendell, Roseman, Siltanny, Brandon and Mr. and Mrs. Estenor
Clayton Hanna, Una Williamson, Naomi Williams, Curtis | Anno and a host of special friends including, Ms. Thompson,
: Ms. Munnings, Sister Claire, Andrew Hanna, Pastor Brennen,
Hettie Williams, Florie Stevens, Alvina Beneby, Dr. Elkin | Ms. Hanna, Dr. McNeil, Jackqueline McPhee, especially the
Symonette, Leroy Williams, Gwendolyn Johnson, Orleaner :
Meadows, Genald Devoe, David Devoe, Nellie Hanna of Palm |
Bay, Fl., Edroy Ferguson, Ruby Ferguson of Miami Florida, |
Dr. Ricky Ferguson and Dionne Ferguson of Louisianna, |
Dorinda Stevens, Brenal Stephen, Eleazer Ferguson, Pastor |
) | Chapel on Saturday from 10:00am - 6:00 pm and on Sunday
Venus Miller, Endolyn Miller, Lawrence Miller, Dec. King :
Williamson, Rev. Moses Cox, Rev. Robert Cox, Florie Ferguson, |

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Fl., Dorinda Mackey, Harry Frazier, Van, Rubert, Alexander,
Burkley and Carry Williamson, Barbara Devoe of Edgewater
Fl., The Gibson's Williamson's Williams, Millers and Ferguson
Families.

Friends may pay their last respect at Rock of Ages funeral
chapel on Friday 10:00am - 6:00pm and on Saturday at the
Church from 12:30pm until Funeral time.

Avery Josail, 15

of Nassau, will be held at 1:00
pm on Sunday 16th July, 2006 at
New Englerston Seventh-Day
Adventist Church, #274 East
Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Officiating will be Pastor
Barrington H. Brennen, Interment
will be at Southern Cemetery
Cowpen and Spikenard Road.

= 6Left to Cherish his memory are:
» four sisters, Marie, Jackqueline,

Roselande, Katlen Josail and
Lorna J oseph; two brothers, Gilbert Obsait and Teller Belfort;
three uncles, Neken and Levoien Josail and Ephriam Estenor;
seven aunts, Idamanne, Desilia, Lavanete, Clodine, Mariclode,

Melon, Linda, Roslin, Shawnaca, Shantae, Stevano, Tamia,

staff of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Anitta, The students
and teachers of D.W. Davis and the members of New Englerston
Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

Friends may pay their last Respect at Rock of ages Funeral

at the Church from 12:00 pm until funeral time.
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Rack of Ages Funeral Chapel

| . Wulff Road & Pinedale
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 ¢ Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR








Joseph
Hitchinson, 65

of Fox Dale Sub-Division,
Fox Hill will be held at
Church of God convention |
centre; Joe Farrington road
Saturday July 15th, 2006 at
11:00am

Officiating will be Rev. Julian
Hutchinson and assisted by
Bishop Charles Gardiner and
other Ministers of the Gospel.
Interment will be at
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.
















His Cherished memory will always linger in the Hearts of his
loving, dedicated and caring wife of 46 years: Mavis Hutchinson;
six sons, Ian, Derek, Captain Dwain of London, England, Rev.
Julian Hutchinson of Hollywood, Florida, 1847 Shayne
Hutchinson and Maurice Hutchinson; six daughters, Sandra
Kerr, Juliette, Josette Gardiner, Natasha Clark, Juliette & Bridget
Hutchinson; three brothers, Alfred, Edward and Michael Kerr;
three sisters, Rebeca Nesbitt, Theresa Hilton and Brenda Kerr;
adopted children, Sarah, Brenda, Alice, Matthew, Mark, Anthony
and Miriam and Julian McDonald; grandchildren, Donovan, J-
Michael Je Jero, Rhajese, Rhamesh, Jevon, Yohann, Julian Jr;
Emmanuel, Duane, Ethan, Elliot, Derek Je; Shenique, Rashan,
Tia, Lexus, Sheara, Derecka, Italia, Elan, Rashay, Vashti,
Victoria, Valencia, Brittany, Trae, Adele, Ureka, Chineka,
Celestial, Jewel, Charity, Keturah, Brithany & Jultawaniqu;
two aunts, Ruth Evans and Mavis Thompson; one uncle, Harold
Hutchinson; god-children, Lavern Nixon and Chikante; brother-
in-law, Hilton, Donald, Ceal Huey Ambrister and Garth
Ferguson; sister-in-law; Lula Mae Greaves, Shirley Armbrister,
Carmel Brown and Veronica Knowles; sons-in-laws, Elvis
Clark, Harry Gardiner and Kevin Pinder; daughtrers-in-law,
Sharon Brenda and Marilyn Hitchinson and A host of other
relatives and friends including, The Saunders family, Geraldine
Hall, Orilee Edgecombe, Nellie (care-taker) Evangelist Gibson,
Jane Rolle, Bernice Harris, Jewel-Ann, Sylvia, Pat Williams,
Brothers Young and White; Trevor Armbrister, Kirk Kemp,
Samuel Ferguson, Dave and Monsignior Moss and the St.
Anselm's Church, the Entire Church of God and Fox Hill
community too numerous to mention.



























Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Chapel, Wulff Road and Pinedale on Thursday from 10:00am
to 6:00pm and at the Church on Saturday from 10:00am until
funeral time.





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te NON TOE

Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas | ~
P

“VU. BOX =
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 « Fax: (242) 340-8034

SINTERS aes

) Ms. Arginta
| "Ginger" Batiste,
250

| of #13 Coral Gardens,
Freeport, Grand Bahama and
| formerly of Hospital Lane,
i Nassau, will be held on
| Saturday, July 15th, 2006 at
; 10:00am at New Canaan
; Zion Baptist Church, Balao
Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Pastor Washington
Williams. Interment will follow in the Grand Bahama
Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive, Freeport Grand
Bahama.





FREEPORT.
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G:B., Bahamas

.0, Box F-
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 © Fax: (242) 373-3005
















She is survived by her Mother, Sybil Paul; four
children, Mikey Bethel, Opera Paul, Dwight and
Monique Ferguson; four sisters, Daisy Strapp, Paulette
Smith, Barbara Clear and Carolyn Young; one brother,
Michael Batiste; one son-in-law, Mario Moss; one
daughter-in-law, Leisha Davis; eight grandchildren,
numerous nieces and: nephews and a host of other
relatives and friends including, Tezel Whitfield, Nola
James, the Beckles and Davis family, Shantae Stuart,
staff at Billy Joe's and the staff at Simply Native.










Viewing will be held in the "Perpetual Suite" of
Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium
Limited, 11-a East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama
on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and at the Church
on Saturday from 8:30am until service time.



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Leebirdie Johnson, 80,








in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Precious memory linger in the hearts
of her four daughters, Betty Oleitha Hepburn, Trudymae Ward,
Beverly Johnson and Vivian Colebrooke; one son, Roger Babbs;
two sons-in-law, Rev. Raymond Hepburn and Kenneth Ward; twenty
grandchildren, Bernadette Rolle, Christine Williams, Antoinette
| Rahming, Remona Ferguson, Raymond, Jr. and Phillip Hepburn,
Judy Johnson, Theresa Moss, Kendy, Denise and Quincy Ward,
Kentworth Johnson, Tamara Evans, Jason Miller, Sashanne Saunders,
Rodrico, Tarrio, Tio, and Dominico Babbs, and Shanice Cooper;
































Demeritte’ s Suneral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 « TEL: 323-5782

Waa esas

a resident of Charles Vincent Street and |
formerly of Devil's Point, Cat Island, :
will be held at United Christian }
Cathedral, Flamingo Gardens, on :
Saturday July 16th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. :
Officiating will be Rev'd John Henry :
Innis, assisted by Rev'd Charles Young :
and Rev'd Alkin Rolle. Interment follows :



twenty-two great grandchildren, Alkin, Jr., Arnell and Zane Rolle, :
Kiericah and Kristan Williams, Zachary and Ahnita Rahming, :
Jonathan, Justin and Alexis Fegurson, Roulston, Vanhesyn, Rahval, :
Vashawn, Phillip, Jr., Dehlya and Vashti Hepburn, Ethan, Jr.; and :
Edward Moss, Rico Johnson, Aaleyah and Ariel Evans; fourteen :
nieces, Joanna Bowe, Yvonne and Sandra Donald, Mildred Gilbert, :
Lizzie Major, Gwen Gibson, Evelyn Bain, Vernita Curry, Esphelene :
Sands, Bloomfield Ferguson, Gelitha Humes, Anniemae Rahming, :
Lorene and Charlene Clarke; three nephews, Garland Miller, Chris :
and Arnold Clarke; seventeen grand nieces, Kendra Cooper, Tamika :
Kemp, Erma Moncur, Cleo Gibson, Adlide Woodside, Eloise Storr,
Eleanor Douglas, Ida McMinns, Pauline Williams, Ruth Cloud, }
Cynthia Gibson, Bonnie Singleton, Delores Butler, Doreen Burrows, :
Norma Dean, Loretta Neilly, and Betty Gibson; fourteen grand }
nephews, Oswald; Ronrick and Philan Bowe, Terrance Donald, :
Eugene and Elkanah Gilbert, Paul and Sidney Major, Henry Gibson, :
Michael and George Dean, George Bain, Trevor and Timothy Gibson, }
other relatives and friends, Branhilda, Kenva, Tracey, Kenneth, and :
Barry Johnson, Dianka Adderley, Ms. Wealthy Jones and family, :
Ms. Merlene Fernander and family, Rev. AIkin Rolle, Bennett
Rahming, Dale Hepburn, Vanrea Hepburn, Ethan Moss, Mrs. Enith :
Mackey and family, Bishop Ben Gibson and family, Pearline Johnson, :
Beullah Sutherland and family, Ms. Florence Crawley, Mary and }
| Ginette Fernander, Martha Munnings Penn, Ken Sears and family,
Ron, Cynthia and Rachel Blackman, Hilda Smith, Theresa Pinder, :
Ms. Mabel Levarity, The Forbes family, Pearl Adderley and family, :
Inez Dawkins and family, Merrilyn Rolle, Harriette Dawkins, Grace |
|. Ferguson, Laurel Butler, Endalyn McKenzie and Family, Brenda :
Burrows and family, Linda Basset, Dr. Munroe and his team, the
Staff of the Female Surgical Ward at the Princess Margaret Hospital, :
the people of Devil's Point, Cat Island, United Christian Association Market Street, from 2:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday

Lincoln Boulevard and Flamingo Gardens, Bishop Albert H. Hepburn. :



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: and family, and John H. Innisand family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday
from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

Mrs. Marjorie "Marge"
Rolle, 65,

a resident of Conch Sound, Andros and
formerly of Evans Town, Andros, will be
held at Church of God of Prophecy, Conch
Sound, Andros, on Saturday July 16th,
2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be
_| Bishop Caleb Evans, assisted by Rev. Fred
| Russell. Interment follows in Nicholl's
) Town Public Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memory are her husband Eudie Rolle Sr.; 7
children, Eudie Rolle, Jr., Angela Rolle, Sanford and Emerson Rolle
of Conch Sound, Andros, Sheryl Lightbourne of San Andros, Doris

' Hanna of New York and Patrice Riley of Freeport, Grand Bahama;
6 adopted children, Deann Conyers, Nicola Stubbs, Marsha Battram,
* Dan and Elkino Munroe; 1 sister, Vernay Evans; 1 uncle, Merton
Evans; 25 grandchildren, Christopher, Levard, Anthony, Andy, Eudie
Ill, Varderson, Doran, Emerson Jr., Jermaine, Lorenzo, Shanell and
Anthonique Rolle, Erica Davis of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Franaldo,
Alexandrie and Frank Jr. Hanna, Ayrett, Marjorie, Athena, Yasmin
? and Nicoya Lightbourne, Oscar Jr., Eudia, Lalrell and Samon Riley;
3 great grand children, Christopher Jr., Lavard Jr. and Emani Rolle;
3 daughters-in-law, Dassie, Sharmaine and Pamela Rolle; 3 sons-in-
law, Frank Hanna of New York, Oscar Riley Sr. of Freeport, Grand
Bahama and Ayrett Lightbourne of San Andros; 1 grandson-in-law,
Charles Davis; 1 grand daughter-in-law, Aniska Rolle; 2 nieces,
Clarice Evans and Eleanor Dieuville; 5 nephews, Elvis Saunders,
Collins Brooks, Ray McKenzie, Claude and Lavasky Dieuville; 3
-brothers-in-law, Hiram Munroe; Joshua "Baby" Rolle and Wilmore
Rolle; sisters-in-law, Kay Evans, Irene, Sheila and Henriette Rolle;
a host of other relatives and friends including, Althea Wallace,
Everette Marshall, Julia Porter and family, Hazel Russell, Fred
Russell, Jr. and family, the entire Evans, Coleby and McDonald
family, the Pratt family, Prince Mackey and family, the LaFleur
family, the Church of God of Prophecy family, the Gospel Chapel
family, numerous god children and other relatives and friends.

i
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,

at the church in Andros from 2:00 p.m. until service.
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Brennen-Charlton, 84,

July 16th, 2006 from 2:00 p.m. at St.
Barnabas Anglican Church, Baillou Hill
and Wulff Roads. Officiating will be
Canon Basil Tynes. Interment follows
in St. Barnabas Cemetery, Moore
y Avenue.

Left to cherished her precious memory are her (2) sons, Nelson and
Reginald Brennen; (4) daughters, Pastor Sheila Smith, Henrietta Stubbs,
Esthermae Evans, and Evangelist Genevie Johnson; (4) sons-in-law,
Samuel Smith, Roland Evans II, Livingstone Stubbs, Reuben Johnson;

Canon Basil Tynes and the entire St. Barnabas Church family. |

Demeritte’s Funeral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BCX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782

ONS See

Ellenor Louise Francis ! Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday

: from 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

a resident of Hayne's Lane off Wulff
Road and formerly of Bullocks Harbour, :
Berry Island, will be held on Saturday :

(3) daughters-in-law, Henrietta, Cynthia and Paula Brennen (1 0) :
grandsons, Nikita, Aaron (Harrisburg P A), Oscar Jr., Clinton, and Sgt.# :
1952 Donald Brennen, Samuel Smith II (Tampa, Fl), Dax, Greco and :
Cpl.# 2511 Roland Evans III, and Livingstone Stubbs; (19) :
granddaughters, Adrianne, Odena, Shanell, Donnalee; Regina-Beth Hall :
Brennen, Cindy Brennen James (Fort Lauderdale, Fl.), Shanell Morrison, :
Indira Miller, Sheronne and Sharmaine Smith, Dr. Sheena Smith- :
Wallace, Samantha Evans (Marsh Harbour, Abaco), Dr. Bornadata Bain :
(Haverhill, MA), Jessica Hanna, Linda Beckford (Fort Lauderdale, Fl.), :



‘Denise Johnson of Orlando, Florida., Theresa, Joy, Janis and Joanna
: Sands, Wayde Wright, Audra Tynes, Raisa, Ryan and Reagan Eve,

Denise Lewis (Florida), Paulette Lightbourne, Pauline Johnson, and : Javarri and Chinaza Rolle; grand daughters-in-law, Brenda, Vernica,

Kim Cornish; (4) granddaughters-in-law, Julie Evans, Carmen Smith, :
oa i ines Teed Wana Re 2 con eg: a et law, Pastor Edwin Johnson; eighteen great-grand children, five great-
Lauderdale), Andre Lewis (Florida) Garnett Johnson and Vincent James; : : a
(50) great grand children; (11) nieces, Dorothy Darville, Geraldine : and Pastor Oscar Moss, Ethel Thompson, Karen Simms, Gregory Davis,
Smith, Francisa Moss, Theresa Minnis, Agnes Mcphee, Lorna and :
Cindy Francis, Iris Lundy (Freeport, Grand Bahama), Lillian McPhee, :
Grace Rolle, and Ms. Eulah; (2) nephews, Orland Johnson, and Kenneth :
Johnson and a host of other relatives and friends including, Ms. Pearl
Bodie and family, Patsy Humes, Ruth Delancy, Ms. Delores Seymour, :
Vera Simms, Rose and Tanya McCartney, Luly (Miss Lu) Evans, Oralee :
Johnson, Curline, Oswald Darville, Arthur, Sammy, George and Elizabeth :
Brennen, Cynthia Smith, Pastor Chester Rolle and family, Jeanetta :
Ferguson, Willamae Goodman, Patricia Brennen, Genevie, Debbie, }
Sandra Walkes and family, Pastor Arthur Charlton, Rev. C. B. Moss,
Rolston Minnis, Cecelia Smith and family, Lillian Lightbourne and :
family, Wealthy Gomez and family, Arch Bishop Gilbert Thompson :
and family, Bishop Ros Davis and the Golden Gates family, Bishop :
Walter Hanchell and family, Bahamas Faith Ministries family, Hortense. :
Sands, Cynthia Wilson, Ricardo Miller and family, the Brennen, Francis, | Rolle, Jane Wallace, Eulamae Larrimore, Rosemary Roker, Mary
Winder, Bell, Wilkinson and Evans families, The management and staff
of Great Commission Ministries, the Red Cross Meals on Wheels, the :
Hynes Lanes and Hepburn Alley family, Hon. Cynthia Pratt - DPM, :

: from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and at the church efron 1:00 p.m. until service
: time.

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES:



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,




James Alexander Eve, 90,




























a resident of Garden Wells Corner, will be |.
held at Ebenezer Methodist Church, Shirley
Street, on Saturday July 16th, 2060 at 2:00
p-m. Officiating will be Pastor Martin
Loyley, assisted by Pastor David S. Johnson
and Pastor Ricardo Lees. Interment follows
in the Church's Cemetery.

Precious and cherished memory will always
' linger in the hearts of his loved ones

including, children, Florine Ferguson, Percy
Sands, Judy Tynes, Rodney Eve, Beryl Eve, James Eve Jr. Pedro Eve,
Lavern Eve and Charmaine Eve; daughters-in-law, Shirley Sands and
Andrea Eve; son-in-law, Audley Tynes; grandchildren, Albert,
Superintendent Larry Ferguson of the Royal Bahamas Police Force;
Bradley of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Brian and Denneille Ferguson,

Felicia of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Ellen Ferguson; grand son-in-
greatgrand children, other relatives, Albertha Allen, Min. Verninchia

Joyce Bastian, Sherry Weech, Larry and Anthony Bastian, Donald,
Beverly, Shelly, Perry and Terry Archer, Karen Symonette and Peggy
Roberts of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Leroy Archer, Keith Archer and
family, Leonard Archer, Glenn Archer and family, Arnette Archer
Knowles and family, Louis Hanchall and family, Maria Bootle and
family, Reverend Delano Archer and family and Dr. Colin Archer and
family, Manerva Brown, Diane Barr, Franklyn Hall, Rev. Carl Campbell,
Diane Dean, Maud Lockhart, George Knowles, family of the late Zelda
Pinder, Enoch Backford and family, Ebenezer Methodist church family,
the Men's Choir and Focus group; care giver, Susan Jarrett; neighbors,
Gwendolyn Brice, Charlie and Alfred Brice, Joseph and Deborah Pratt
and family, Zelsa Hall, Jennifer Dotson, Olivemae Hamilton, Maria
Joseph; friends, Violet Beneby, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Knowles, Louise
Sutherland, Doris Rolle, Emily Burnside, Dolly McDonald, James

Femander, Lillian Gibson and Althea Huyler.

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
THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES













42,



Catholic Cemetery, Infant View Road.

Patrice Bodie, Shakera, ASP Keith Bell, Van, Marva, Sophia, Kim,

family, Mercia and Philip, Agnes, Prisca, Kathleen, Thelma, Renee,

Crystal, Coral, Andrea, Dorothy Taylor of Freeport, Grand Bahama,

Kandice, Trevor, Sean and Ivory and Angel both of Fort Lauderdale;
friends and neighbours including, Stephen Johnson, Andrea Bain,

and family, Monique, Mizpah, Nicolette, Tiny, Conelia and Charlie,
Wendy, Dunks, Mary Ann, Betty Kerr, Emily and Vivian Miller,

Sears and family, Ruby and Brenda, Leslie Burrows and family,

Shirley Woodside and family, Quakoo Street, the Hospital Lane,

Demeritte’s Huneral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-0282

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR.

Troy, Marcian Strachan, | Fr. Kelly and the Eucharist Ministers.

a resident of Quakoo Street, will be held :
at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic ;
Church, Deveaux Street, on Saturday :
July 16th, 2006 at 11:45 a.m. Officiating :
will be Fr. Michael Kelly, ss.cc., assisted :
by Deacon Peter Rahming and Deacon :
Maxwell Johnson. Interment follows in :

Left to cherish his memory are his children, Troy Jr., Troyalashantia, :
Sawana and Jade; adopted children, Raymond and Ashley: parents, :
Peggy and Leon Strachan: brothers, Wayne, Kennedy, Roberto and :
| Kent; sisters, Dona, Bernadette, Nancy Johnson of Alabama, Caroline :
Strachan and Sheryl Algreene; aunts, Patricia Bell, Portia Taylor, : -
| Faith Pennerman, Sylvia Mackey, Brenda, Janet and Marie Strachan, :
Dorothy Sands Cox, Ruth Bethel, Andrea Keane, Pam Wilson and :
Claudette McAlpine of Fort Lauderdale; uncles, Glenroy Wood, :
Clyde Bethel, Andrew Pennerman, Gerald, Godfrey and Terrance :
Strachan, Auto, Barry, Keith and Moultrin Keane; grand aunts, |
Cleola Smith, Leitha and Sharlene and Cyprianna Brice; nieces and :
nephews, Shavette, Shanae, Deandra, Khadisha, Kranstanae, Jumarr, :
Devar, Rashad, Donard, Daron and Devante'; finance, Shantel :
Bowleg; numerous cousins, Mavis and Linda Sears, Debbie King, :
Norma Cox, Dr. Gerald Forbes, Karem, Kenya and Sophia, Natasha, :
Marcia McMorris, Verna Larry of Miami Fla, Laverne Charlow, :



: WallaceWatson, Pamela Hanna, Dorothy Hart, Nadia Rolle, and
Natasha, Anthony, Shane, Leander, Nicole, Tedana and Shan rose :
Thompson, Dwayne Hanna and family, Sheila Lightbourne and :
: Jerret, John and Johnathon Winder, Washington and Kevin Wallace,
Clothie Lockhart, Daisy, Luellen, Harcourt, Glendera, Alexis, Glen ;
Jr., Leslie, Wendell, Carlton, Sgt. 1039 Perry Taylor, Patrick, Randy, :
: Muriel Lightbourne and family, Evelyn Lightbourne and family,
Sesley Seymour, Tamara, Crystal and Henrick Hardway, Rochell :
Burrage of Brandon, Rosita, Paulette, Clarice, Dorothy Farrington, ;
: Ishmael Lightbourne and family, Ivan and Cynthia Conyers and
i family, Evangeline Penn and family, Trudy Johnson and family,
| Jarvis Adderley, Eric Bethel, Kenneth Poitier and family, Michael
| (Nine) Hart.and family, Noel, Charles and Oakie Duncan, Alvita :
Strachan and family, Ralph Burrows and family, Fredericka Roberts |
i. Valance Dean and family, David Dean and family, Etta Feaste and
Shirley Hanna and family, Dewayne and Gloria Pratt and family, :
: Burrows and family, Vernita Rolle and family, The Roberts family
Vincent, Charlie, Shervin, Thelma, Esther, Louise Grant, Alfreda
i Communities.
Gweneth Macintosh and family, Edith, Cynthia, Winifred Smith |
and family, Sherie Kelly and family, the Gittens of John Road, :
: Market Street, from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Friday and at the church
| the West Street, Rupert Dean Lane and Augusta Street communities, :
| the Haitian community of Alcott yard, St. Vincent DePaul, the St. |

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 13

Helena Club, Our Lady's of the Holy Souls Community especially

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 11:00 a.m. until service time.

Ronald Alexander
Winder, 62,

m aresident of Bullocks Harbour, Berry

F Island, will be held at St. Bartholomew
|| Anglican Church, Bullocks Harbour, on
Saturday July 16th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Fr. Ormand Wright.
Interment follows in Bullock's Harbour
Public Cemetery, Berry Island.






































-Left to cherish his memory are his
mother, Jeannie Winder; sisters, Gwendolyn Winder and Lillian
Wallace; brother, Raymond Winder; 1 brother-in-law, William
Wallace; nieces, Rena Winder, Judy, Cheryl and Demetria Pinder,
Charmaine Thompson, Carolyn Swain, Jennifer Deleveaux, Patrice
Rolle, Bevelyn Rolle, Sharlene Hilton, Marvelyn Saunders, Marlene
Winder, Sharon Winder, Deborah Winder, Deirdre Adderley, Arnette

Shaniqua, and Jonta Winder; nephews, Raymond II, Barry, Brendan,
Larry, Andrew, Eddie, Bertram, Anthony, Terrance, Dwayne, Curtis,

Roger, Henry Jr. and Desmond Pinder; other relatives and friends,
Gwendolyn Williams and family, Icelyn Turnquest and family,

Bruce Francis and family, Godfrey Francis and family, Colin Francis
and family, Kinky Francis and family, Raffie Pinder and family,

The Wilkinson families, Vanessa and Margaret Gibson and family,
Debbie High and famiiy, James Gibson and family, Keith, Brian,
Antoinette, Stephanie, Janice, Alison, Trevor and Vaughn Coakley,
family, Walter Dean and family, Carmetta Basden and family, Shirley

and The Entire Bullocks Harbour and Great Harbour Cay

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,

in Bullocks Harbour from 7:00 p.m. until service time. |
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PEDRO "LIMBO KING"
ANTHONY MEJIAS, 59

of #31 Blenheim
Road, Stapledon
Gardens will be held
on Saturday at 10:00
a.m. at Southland







Soldier Road, West.




Goliath Burrows and
other ministers of the
gospel will officiate.
Interment will be





Gardens, Soldier Road.




away while his wife Nancy held his and and sang
his favourite song. "To God Be The Glory". We
are a family whose gratitude to God shows no
end for his gift in giving us "King Ped" for all
these years. We pray that his example of love,
_ patience and family fellowship will be ingrained
in our lives for generations to come.











Pedro is survived by his wife, Nancy Mejias;
sons, Nigel, Pedro, Minister Natius, Pedreito and
‘Tavare Mejias and Ulric Bethel; daughter, Minister
Vonchelle Munroe; brothers, Winston, Albert and








Veida Mejias; son-in-law, Pastor Cleon Munroe;
daughters-in-law, Carla Mejias and Betty Bethel;
| sisters-in-law, Pastor Rev. Albertha Rolle,
Jacqueline Barr, Judy Cleare, Olga Bethel, Doctor






made in Woodlawn >



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

“© Bethel Brothers Morticians

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



_ Veronica Bethel, Patricia and Kay Mejias; brother-
in-law, Garth Bethel; grandchildren, Chaquita,
Jasmine, Pedro III, Pedro Sr., Cleon Jr., Ariel,
_ Tavarie Jr., Sharvantay, Natius Jr., Tavaranae and -
| Dionte; aunts, Alice Bethel, Era Ferguson, Ella
Bethel and Olda Bethel; uncles, Samuel Bethel
_ and Herbert Mejius; nieces, Rev. Kathy Levarity,
_ Sharon, Natasha, Nicolle, Aljanae, Gabriel, |
_ Noelita, Nakeshia, Jonelle, Keri and Kimberly;
Church of God, _nephews, Alfie, Jason, Dorvin, Peter, Jamal,
_ Anthony, Trewayne, Jerel, Elsworth, Nico and

Pastor Teuton C. . Miguel.

Stubbs; Bishop :
_A host of other relatives and friends including,
, Jean Alexis, Sheila Butler, Diana Russell, Mammil
_ Hamilton, Dave Wayne, Charlie Edwards, Claude .
_ Topping, Sylvester George, the Moss family, Dons
_ "Princess" Nesbit, John "Peanuts" Taylor, Freddie
. | Campbell, Francis V. Henvy, Quinton and Martha
pete | Minnis, Francita Bodie, Charles Carroll, Oswald
On the evening of Sunday, July 2, Pedro slipped _and Delores Francis, Foster and family, Rudy
_ Moseley, Joyce Jarvis, Lofton and Francita Neeley,
- Coleman and Diana Andrews, Lou Adams, Keisha
_ Ferguson, Rochelle Johnson, Leotha and family,
_ Paul Thompson, Rex Sheppard, Allan Steventon,
_ Eunice and Kenneth Fernander, Rev. Edna Lopez,
_ Pearon and Donna Smith, the Ferguson and Bethel
families, George Robinson, Al Davis, the ,
_ limousine and taxi drivers at the airport, the Drum
_ Beat family, the Ministry of Culture, members of |
_ the Firm Foundation Kingdom Ministry and the
_ Sawyer family. Special thanks to the staff of the |_
Philip Mejias; sisters, Sylvia Lucas, Cynthia and | vaaiigess Mareitel Hospital ane numerous Ofbers.
_ Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel
_ Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday
_ from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at |
_the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES






LLOYD CARL
JOHNSON SR., 66

of South Hampton




Saturday at 10:00 a.m.
and St. John's Native
Baptist Church, Meeting





Michael C. Symonette



Bain Jr.,.assisted by
other ministers of the




Interment will be made
in the church's cemetery.




Left to cherish his fond memory are, wife Erica Johnson
(nee Nicolls); son Lloyd Carl "CJ" Johnson Jr.; daughter,



Brockington; brother, Maxwell Johnson; mother-in-law,




| Johnson, Indira Belle, Alice and Qunicy Nicolls, Zelma
Roberts, Daisy Watkins, Janet Sands, Rosemarie,





| brothers-in-law, Christopher and Terry Miller, Eric,
Philip, Percival and Perry Nicolls; nieces, Stephanie,
Deborah, Antionette, Julie, Anya and Florence Johnson,
Lynda Strachan and Janet Johnson, Krystal, Alexis,







Belle, Monique and Michelle Deveaux, Sherelle Watkins,
Sherise Clarke, Sharon Fox, Natasha Nicolls, Charmaine





Murray; nephews, Stephen Johnson, Dion Strachan,
Terry, Teron Miller, Anthony Watkins, David Brooks,
Davan and Leslie Sands Jr., Sean and Deon Nicolls,






Thomas Forbes Jr., Perry Jr., Nathan, Pharis, Percival,




Neka Knowles; grand-nephews, Jevon, Jamaal, Jalee!



Street. Reverend Dr.

Kenrick and Terran Dean, Garvin, Omar Giovanni, | : }
| Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 |
- a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from |
9:00 until service time.

| Nicolls Jr., and Stephan Knowles; grand-nieces, Kerah |
| Johnson, Brittany Strachan, Gizelle Capernarus and |

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 15

) : Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



/ and Stephen Jr., Gicoyo and Gulius Johnson and
| Keyshawn Tinker; uncles, Willard Johnson of Long
| Bay Cays, Andros, Leroy and Wallace Nicolls; aunts,
_ Leonora Johnson of Long Bay Cays, Andros, Esther
: | McKinney, Janet Sands, Myrtle Hanna, Sybil Blyden,
Close and formerly of |
Andros will be held on |

Maria Turner, Eloise Saunders, Ruth Nottage and Irma
Levarity; cousins, Vernon, Winston and Robert Ash,

Langton Gay of Canada, Mavis Deveaux, Wanda Morris,
| Alsaida Melvin and Donna Ash of Miami, Florida,
| Althea Williams of Miami, Florida, Ruth Hager; Blanch
| Smith and Rose Johnson of New York, Carol and
| Michelle Rolle.

and Reverend HervisL. | :
_ Other relatives and friends including Rev. Ellerston and
_ and Daphne Smith, Janet Johnson, Rosa Lopez,
_ | gospel will officiate. |

Stephanie Seymour, Rev. Eugene and Sandra Patton,

_ Lorraine Knowles, Joycelyn Varance, Dr. Lowell Moree,
| Mr. Matthew Butler, Mr. Newton McDonald, Mr.
- Roosevelt Whymms, Mr. Benjamin Young, Mr. Ritchie
| Spurger, Mr. Rudolph Rolle, Mr. Cecil Hilton, Mr.
_ Harvey Tynes, Evangelist Kim Saunders, Viola Deveaux,
Levette Carla Jophnson; granddaughter, Alyssa |
and Mrs. Bain, Bishop Michael and Rev. Hilda
Verdell Cooper; sisters-in-law, Pandora and Angela |

Rev. Dr. O. A. Pratt and Mrs. Pratt, Rev. Dr. Hervis

Symonette, Rev. Dr. Garth Green, Rev. Ekron Pratt,

- Deacon Lindsay Williamson, Doctors, K. R. Culmer,
' K. Rodgers, Michael Levine, Mchael, Ilsa Grant Taylor
Patricia, Pamela and Prescola Nicolls and Terez Miller; |

and Scott Anagnoste, Deaconess Vera Jennings, Rev.

- Reginald and Dolly Ferguson, Michael Huyler, Dr. Olga
_ Clarke and family, Laurie Cartwright and family,
_ Jacqueline Murray, Judith Theophilus, Synida Dorsette
_ and family, Margaret Higgins, Patsy Neymour, Orville
Brittany and Tameka Miller, Trevaj Lightbourne, Jaya |

Pratt, Nathalie Ramsey, Cecilia Harris and family,

| Bishop LeRodney Rolle and family, Bishop William
: Johnson and family, The Bahamas Bar Association, the
| Ferguson, Patricia and Latish Nicolls and Kristina |

entire St John's Native Baptist Church family, Bishop

_ Delton Fernander and the New Destiny Church family,
| the Kemp's Bay Community, the Long Bay Cays
| community, and many others too numerous to mention.



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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Bethel Brothers Morticians

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030

Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026



HAZEL McDONALD
SAUNDERS, 64

of Golden Gates will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at Anenx
@ Baptist Church, Wulff Road.
Apostle Mitchell Jones, assisted
by other ministers of the gospel
will officiate. Interment will be
made in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, JFK Drive.

two daughters, Elaine Saunders,
Monique Cesar; one son, Glenroy
Saunders; four grandchildren,
Valentino Dean, Delano
Saunders, Glenda Saunders,
Christian Saunders, four great-
grandchildren, Valencia and
Dillon Dean, Delana and Cania
Saunders; one brother, Raymond
McDonald; two sisters, Lilymae
and Joanne McDonald; one uncle,
Gifford Clarke of Pompano Beach, Florida; one sister-in-law, Veronica
McDonald, numerous relatives including, Emma Hinsey, Vernamae Newbold,
Deborah Rolle, Patricia Ferguson, Veronica, Dr. Vienna, Roselda, Paaricia,
.Marie, Barbara Jean, Sandra, Theresa, George, John, Wendell, Godfrey
Clarke, Newton, Charles McDonald, Ena Eilliams, Thelma Thurston,
Johnnymae Thurston, Lee Lightbourne, Wendell, John, Edward, Thomas
and Larry Thurston, Hannifah Baker of Orlando, Florida; nieces, Tanya,
Nadia, Natasha, Denistina, Rayette, Robinette, Rhonda and Latoya McDonald;
nephews, Ricardo Lockhart, Stevino Woodside, Marlon Rolle, Marcian
Williams, Dwight, Duane, Reno and Tracey McDonald; one godchild,
Shemeka Gray.



Her memory will linger with her special friends, Sybil Johnson, Brenda
Albury, Mlldred Pierre, Hortense Sands, Claretta Duncombe, Sister Rosemary
Moss, Sister Bessley Gray, Carnetta Munroe, Lovely Forbes-Allen, Eulamae
Morley, Barbara Sweeting, Terrisita Miller, Norma Newton, Sybil Spence,
Edith Sawyer, Tyrise Sawyer-Johnson, Patricia Thompson, Hartland Sands,
Maud Kerr, Reina Tinker, Joyce Drakes, Bloomfield Clarke, Sandy Green,
Lorraine Rolle, Sabrina Ingraham, Neka, Sonia Dorsett and the Bastian
family, Thomas Saunders, Margaret Kemp, Annie Bowe, Wilma Davis-
Marshall, Mr. Virginia Griffin, Ida Blue of Queens, New York, Valencia
Carroll of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Andre Cesar of Miami, Florida, Ms.
Alvera Deveaux, Gloria Hanna of The Cancer Society of The Bahamas,
. Bishop Ros Davis, the PLP Women's Branch, Hon Glenys Hanna-Martin,
Idena Burrows and The Bahamas Communication and Public Officers
Retirees Association, Apostle Mitchell Jones and the Annex Baptist Church
family; The Culmersville Community, the Golden Gates family, Moss Town,
Exuma family, staff of The Female Medical I especially Nurse Garcia and
Nurse Josey, Dr. Theadora Turnquest and Dr. Braynen. Special thanks to Dr.
Workman and Dr. Spencer Prince and a host of other relatives and friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at Sir Lynden Pindling Centre, PL.P.

Headquarters, Farrington Road on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and
on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

Left to cherish her memory are = |





: KENT EVAN
VILLIERS REID I, 35

of Nassau East, will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary
The Virgin Anglican Church,
Virginia Street, Rev'd Canon
Warron Rolle and the Rt. Rev'd
Gilbert A. Thompson will officiate. .
Interment will be made in the
church's cemetery.

Left to cherish his memory are,
his wife, Akira; children Kentira,
Kent III, Rashad and Rasheik;
parents, Kent I and Gloria Reid;
grandmother, Helen Reid and
Olive Knowles; grandfather, Sam
Knowles; uncles, Idris Reid,
Ignatius Creary, Gerald Stuart,
Carl, Derek and Carlton Lockhart, ~
Robert Hall and Japeth Smith;
aunts, Carol Creary, Camille
y Stuart, Gwen Reid, Melanie

Cartwright, Maxine Wallace, Myra,

: Margaret, Miriam and Coretta Lockhart, Sonia Smith, Debra Hall of Tampa,
: Florida, Geneva Hall of New York, Farlyn Livingston of Winter Park, Florida,
: Carol Neilly, Cecelia Gardiner and Margo Rolle; granduncle, Rodney Lockhart;
: grandaunts, Delores Smith and Alma Barnette of Fort Wayne, Indiana; mother-
in-law, Venus Bonimy, father-in-law, Autry Newbold; step father-in-law, Charles
: Bonimy; brothers-in-law, Charles Jr. and Devuaghn Bonimy; sisters-in-law,
: Chakita and D'Vonnia Bonimy; cousins, Cheryll and Villiere Cartwright, Evan,
i Sr. and Jr. and Ryan Reid, Pauline and Henry Lightbourne, Darian, Rochelle and
Darchelle Creary, Christine, Dion and Brandon Bethell, I. Brent Creary, Julian
; and Nicola Reid, Nada , Melissa and Gerald Stuart Jr., Tanya Adderley, Glennis,
: Lisa, Davon, Darion Cydnay, Tahj, Eugene and Ricardo, Chinyere and Steven,
: Keith and Diedre, Bernadette, Monet, Tempra, Dereka and Kassida Lockhart,
Ava Munnings, Estella, Carmaine, Christine, Kandaisy, Aretha, Aleisha, Shantique,
: Cecil III, Cepal, Nikolaos, Carl Jr. Tristan, Tamara Torry, Nehemiah, Desmond,
: Michael, Marcellus, Laterio, Philip, Julian Ty, Kennedy, Brian, Dion, Timothy,
: Colin, Anthony, Omar, Chantel and Paul.

i Special friends including Stephanie Rolle and Larry and Christopher Burrows;
: godparents, Rodney Williams and Winifred Brennen; other relatives and friends
: including Lamount Miller, Enid Lockhart, Daniel Wallace, the families of Norma
i Adderley, Everette Evans, Sheila Johnson, Phillip and Dorothy Hilton, Paula
: Theophilus, Patrick Evans, Kelvin Leach, Mary Dames, Minnis, Elcock, Bowe,
: Moss, Hycinth Morrison of Palm Beach, Clayton and Carneta, Dennis Coleman
: Of New York, Canon and Mrs. Warren Rolle, Dr. Leslie and Beverly Culmer,
i Carnard Bethell, Peter Wilson, Violet Weech, Tod and Travis Watson, Sir Clement
: and Lady Maynard, Saunders, Newbold; Catherine Tinker, Barbara Pierre,
: Geneive Hanna, Evangeline McBride, Joan Clarke, Maxine, Nelson and Verna
: Burrows, Vanessa Whitney, Nola Adassa Elliott, The Bikers Association, The .
: Department of Immigration, St. Mary's Church family, The Nassav East Boulevard
; families, GWS Fiesta Travel family, and a host of other relatives and friends too
; numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau
, Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church
: form 10:00 a.m. unti! service time.
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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 17

) Bethel Brothers Morticians

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030

Nassau Street, P.O. Box N-1026

a FUNERAL SERVICES FOR |

DELORIS POITIER, 86

Cross

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in the



Street.

| Calvin Humes; in-laws, Ethel Poitier, Joanna Poitier
_ and Reuben Hamilton and godchild, Edna Russell.

of Kiki Street and.
formerly of Arthur's |
Town, Cat Island will |
be held on Saturday |
10:00 a.m. at Holy
Anglican.
Church, Soldier Road. |
Bishop Laish Boyd |
m and Rev. Beryl Higgs |
officiate.
Interment will be made |
Western.

eclery. “Nassau u Bethel, Sylvia Poitier and family, Cynthia Gibson,

_ Vera Chase, Lorraine Broxton, Nelson Stubbs, Sister

She is survived by her daughter, Louise "Meryl" |
Evans; brothers, Reginald and Sidney Poitier; sisters, | : :
Maude Hamilton Sa Gladys runes: adopted family, Henry Smith, Martin Smith, Nettie Bonaby,
children, Andrew Conliffe, Gary Cooper, Clinton | : :
and Allan Smith: grandchildren, Hen reet Yvonne | Norma Adderley, Sheila Johnson, Paula Theophilus,
Evans, Evette Evans and Ellsworth Evans, Charmaine :
Ferguson, Keli Smith, Kelcine and Greg Evans, |
Kevin Roberts, Marilyn, France, Pedro and Mark~
Smith; great-grandchildren, Bilal, Danya, Shavonne, | | ;
Chater: Siticcin Kelecia, Kasee; ee Christine | Burrows, Holy Cross Parish family and ACW, Father
Smith, Stephanie, Venesta, Pamela, Sherry, Aneka |
and Sydney Poitier, Gina Gauraige, Beverley |
| Henderson, Rachael, Bernadette, Willamae Stuart, |
Pam, Mac, Genie, Myra, Freddie Hamilton, Karen |
Johnson, Lauralean Dixon, Ethlyn Hamilton, Rosie |
Hadley, Dorita Thomas, Carol Upson, Debbie and |
Patricia Poitier, Barbara Hopkins, Pastry Wring, |
Ruby Smith, Cleata Whylly, May, Juliette Higgs, |
Paulette. Newton, Cookie, Doreen and Eleanor; |
nephews, Philip, Bruno, Michael, Patrick, Hartman, ©
Jeflery, Neczal Lan rsVenms, © eine, Pisens ! Morticians #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00

Paul, Cyprian and Chris Hamilton, Bernard and 9. 00a ae nti service time.

Other relatives and friends including Lean Poitier,
Ellsworth Poitier, Patrice Valentine, Olga Bethel,
Paula Holder, Elise Chase and family, Emma Poitier
and family, Gertrude, Julia, Jackson, Stanley and
Waymond Burnside, Hubert and Karis Orlander,
Beryl Huyler, Susan Marshall, Joyce Burgzorg,

Claudia Conliffe, Shirley Smith, Bernard Ferguson,

Strachan, Ormand Poitier and family, Alma Ferguson
and family, Juanita Poitier, Frank Smith, Delores
Cooper, Cynthia, Phemi, Merlene and Lee Poitier,
Richmond Bostwick, Joyce Dean, Louise Butterfield,
Betsy Demeritte, Michael Dean, Martinette Poitier-

Elva Williams and family, Lindburgh Williams,
Bronell Hinsey, Fretta Webb, Zona Moncur and

Lorraine Smith, Everette Evans, Patrick Evans,

Frankie Wilchombe, Cetta Strachan, Mya, Genee,
Luther Thurston, Bloneve Rahming, Anthony and
Norma Curry and family, Bishop Michael Eldon,
Bishop Laish Boyde and family, Father Andrew

Peter Scott and Father Warren Rolle and family,
Donella Bodie and staff of The Human Resource
section-Royal Bahamas Police Force; Nurse Forbes
and Community Nursing staff, Alfred Smith and
family, Jude Smith and family, Virgil Small and
family, Sheila Gibson and family, Christine Burrows
and family, Mrs. Abigail Rolle, Mrs. Farrington,
friends and neighbours of Kiki Street, Evans and

Farrington Roads.

Friends may pay their inst respects at Bethel Brothers

a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church fron


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BBF #478







Primeras, starting
@ $4,700, Includes Lic. Insp. Plates, full tank of
gas, & 1 month warranty,
available at Bahamas Bus & Truck,
Call: 322-1723

Nissan Serena & Largo,
starting @ $6,400,
Call: 322-1723

BBF #474
Rav 4 starting
@ $9,000, Includes Lic. Insp. Plates, full tank of
gas, & 1 month warranty,
available at Bahamas Bus & Truck,
Call: 322-1723

BBF #469
1983 Custom Built Zimmer EX Calibre,
2004 Mitsubishi Lancer,
white, clean title, price 34,000 miles, price
12,000
Call 454-7301

glass T-top, AC, pwr everything, leather
interior, asking-$58,000, owner will do trade
Call 456-5466 or 356-0933



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Call: 322-1723

Honda Civic starting
@ $4,900, 94 & Up,
Call: 322-1723

RIB #576
NEED PARTS
FOR MAXIMA, ALTIMA, ACCORDn
NEON, CIVIV, RADIATORS,
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RIB #582

1994 GMC SONOMA
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IBBF #475



Yamaha Banshees,

-almost new, tricked out, FMF Exhaust, VH1 air
filter, valve kit, jet kit, chrome swing arm,
Ronthal handle bars, ‘$5, 500 ask for BEN ,

Call: 322-1722 or 424-9344













2001 24ft Pantera boat,

paint job, asking
$40,000 ONO,
will take trades

Call 552-1987 or 3246761

BBF #468

1994 Toyota MR2,
red, fully power, AC, automatic, Cd player, in
excellent condition, price $2,500 Call 394-
4934 or 425-3071
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BBF #464
Honda Saber & Inspire,
starting @ $6,000,
Call: 322-1723

RIB #581
2006 NISSAN CILLIAN,

Bus for sale, white with blue —

interior, 30 seater
Tel: 456-8731

Ja ew Sa





twin 200 mercs, new gauges, stering
system, stereo, trim tabs, upholstery,



ew wa ate A ee Pare

BBF #471
2005 Honda Accord, i
Grey, 4 door, fully loaded, excellent
condition, FID- inspected, 15, 000 miles,
rice $26,000
all 456-7301

BBF $467
1999 Nissan Maxima
price $7,000 ONO ,
1997 Nissan Maxima $ 5,800 ONO,
2002 Impala $ 9,500 ONO,
1997 Dodge Neon, $3,300 ONO
Call 557-4540 :



BBF #463
2004 Dodge Dakoia quad cab
(silver), leather kit, 11K miles, only owner,
bought new @ Bahamas Bus & Truck, excellent].
condition, garage kept,
sound system, $29,500 ONO,
Call: 424-6222 or 324-8197

9
1890 TOYOTA TOYANCE
white water truck, good running condition need}
"minor interior work, $1200.00

MAZDA TRUCK in excellent working-condition |
needs some TLC to the body ;
«-~sTek.322-6200,364-1758, Cell:.454-9626
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PITTBULL PUPS FOR SALE
_ $350.00 each
2 females 3 males, for more information contact 324-
7756 serious inquiries only

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.

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 21

“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

Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00
Tel: 424-4140 or
islandupgrades @ gmail.com

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BRIGGS & STRATTON
PORTABLE
GENERATORS
RELIABLE NAME YOU CAN TRUST
/ 2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
GENERATORS STARTING @ $899
394-4823 / FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE
242-300-1213

: 1999 Chevy Blazer
(special edition), white:.43,000 miles,
good condition, runs great, cold A/C,
power windows & locks. ~
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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

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

2003 Chevy S10 EXTREME,
black only 22,000 miles, extreme body kit
including rims, excellent conditions and
inside and outside, custom CD player and
booming, sound system
$16,000.00

Call: 557-4460

FISHING BOAT
Ready to go, 35’ feet- 2002 caterpillar
engine 3208- 210 HP, 2001 Generator
Isuzu- 8.2 KW freezer hole; 2,500 Ibs,
500 gallons diesel water 70 tank
just of dry dock 7 July 2006
fiberglass solded
Tel: 394-1671 or 427-4573
Only $60.000.00
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BBF #416

NEW 6 seater dinette,

purchased from El Dorado-Miami, landed

(Nassau) price $1,300.00 asking $900.00
359-2139

RIB #293

BBF #428
House for sale in Bel-Air ,

lot #5,
$200,00.00 net.
Call 341-5472 or 477-1012



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BBF #452

$10.50 per gallon, fragrance- strawberry,
cherry, baby powder, leather, jasmine.

Dell Lattitude P3 Laptop Computer 850 MH2, 10 GIG
harddrive built in modem and DVD Player $700.00.
Men’s ring white/yellow gold 25ct diamonds

replacement value $5,000.00 Price $650.00 OBO

sk forty
Tel: 324-2678 Cell: 425-7176/434-0062



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RIB #198
Spanish.style Ocean Front house,

Vista Marina Sub-division of West Bay St. for rent by
owner short/long term rental $4,000p/m 3 beds/3.5
bath/ One of the beds have its own private entrance.

Call 322-6221. To preview, visit this website:
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BBF #417
2 beige twin Captain kids bed sets, purchased from|

E! Dorado-Miami, 5 months old, includes book shel
head board, 1 bed, 1 small drawer with 3 drawers (
pieces total) asking $900.00 (set of 2) or $500.00 fo

M 359-2139

AIR FRESHNERS

Call 325-5016

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Tel: 328-6160

RIB #356
NEW AND USED PARTS
For Maxima/Accord/Neon/Civic.
Special orders welcome
454-7111 / 544-5646



PRICED FOR QUICK SALE





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Kingdom hearts
79.95 Sale
The Godfather
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49.95 Sales

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Tel: 328-6160

ee
RIB #533
PUPPIES FOR SALE
Bichon Frise, Males only
Also any breed by special order.
Tel: 361-3104 Cell: 424-0147

EBOOK Peps
$1899.95 - eal
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WITH WXP HOME.
recieve a 10% discount
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Tel: 328-6160

RIB #50
125c¢
4,200.00

155

Pre-Owned 1997 Jialin:
Good Condition ~ askin
Telephone: 39:

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a diet rich in omega 3

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attack. :
high blood, stroke.
chronic inflamation.
arthritis pain.
memory problems. bad
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& much more
Order today

RIB #492
.25 carat
Tel: 364-6027

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

RIB #530
TWO 2005 HONDA CBR 600 RR

Black and red Motor cycles

i $6,900.00
~ ~ > 324-4602 Céll:°544:2257 or 4771275 ~ *


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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 23





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. 5
Bids to be submitted to
325-7777 or faxed to 328-2733

RIB #526
20FT BOAT AND TRAILER

115 HP Johnson O/B, New gas tank fish/depth
finder, marine VHF radio, complete new dive
compressor and accessories injcluded. Perfect
for diving/fishing
$6,900.000BO
Tel: 392-8746/ 636-9895

RIB #699
“THE MOTHER SHIP”
90' Korean/Fishing Processing Vessel
For Sale :
Bids to be submitted to
325-7777 or faxed to 3282733



Ri
Aluminum Large (Double) Gate 13'10" x 6'2"
(each side) -----$2000.00.
Aluminum Small Gate 7'4" x 6'2"
Aluminum Railing 23'4" x 4°
In good condition, purchased in 2003
Tel: 322-7793 / 393-2504.

NEW ENTERAINMENT
Standard Bamboo Folding Chairs,
available for sale $40.00 ea
or rental at $7.00 each
Call: 356-9323




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



TRIB #558

1997 WELLCRAFT

BLUE AND WHITE BOAT
* $16,500.00

TEL: 361-5032





Fridge & Stove
Combo:
White Whirlpool 22 cu.
ft. fridge w/ice.maker,
~ 5 months old, being
sold for $1,600-1,900
locally with Brand New
hi

ite Frigidaire
30" stove, non spill top
w/plug in clock and
timer, asking $1, 750.00
for combo 0.n.o
359-2139

BBF #450
Beautiful wooden four(4) pieces ASPEN

Pave Bedroom set for sale. Bed, Dresser,



ay

Call 322-6263 or 326-1196










Night stand and mirror, we shop anywhere in the world



BOAT FOR SALE

BBF #285
31ft Bertram Fiber giass boat,
200 Hp, Yamaha engines,
going cheap or will trade,
Call: 361-7917

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

RIB #532
27’ SAILING VESSEL BUCCANEER

BAYLINER
Live aboard, 3 cylinder diesel, rebuilt 2005
$5,000.00 ONO
Tel: 393-0566 or 636-1270

For Sale Cellular
Phones
Starting @ $80,
Motorola Slvr $250,
Motorola L7 $300,
Razr (Pink, Blue,
Black) $300, Motorola
Peb! $350, and. Many
More To Choose 5
From,
Call: 455-6856

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

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

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



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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
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RIB #329
ARTICLES FOR SALE 4
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

Tel: 328-6160










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RIB #556
1994 NISSAN PREMERIA
G-20 fast back, Gunmetal/Silver
with dark blue/grey interior, pwr wd/lcks/ alarm
Ac/race petals/clean kenwood CD/changer
ready mini-disc/oz rims. momo oak steering/shift
kit/apexi

$6,200.00
Tel: 325-2761 Cell: 565-4908 or 302-9324 View
at cardomani.com

RIB #564
1999 FORD EXPLORER, SUV
Blue with grey interior
$7,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition, AC, CD player,
power windows
Tel: 324-7505 Cell: 457-2324












RIB #565 :
- 2000 FORD F-150 XLT
Brown, Fully loaeded, mint condition, low miles,
cold AC, with CD player, functional hood scoop,
running boards, chrome accessories, runs great,
Dual exhaust
$13,500.00 ONO Price can’t be beaten
Call Prime 356-3953/ 552-8277 or 457-2791

TRIB #560
BLOWOUT SALE
1998 Chevy
Lumina. One Owner. Dark blue with
blue velvet interior. Power windows,
CD, etc. A giveaway at $2,800.00.
Telephone No. 557-1117.

2003 SUZUKI LIANA
Black with black interior 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

$10,500
1994 HONDA ASCOT Iridescent green
01

:900
2000 NISSAN SENTRA Black with gray interior $4,500
2005 SUZUKI IGNIS Gray with gray interior $9,500
Tel: 324-3710 Cell: 425-3527

RIB 557
1998 ISUZU RODEO
Cherry red with grey interioir
$6,500.00
Tel:392-03539 (h) Cell: 424-0719

RIB #563
1998 HONDA INSPIRE
Blue/green suede interior. Fully loaded, V6,
AC, 10 disc CD changer, woodgrain.
Excellent condition .66,000.00 ONO
Tel: 364-5998
Cell: 686-1310

RIB #291



RIB



48’ FISHING BOAT
871 Engine, 20 KW generator Isuzu
20,000 lb freezer, 12 ton freezer unit
13 ton freezer unit,
$85.000.00 ONO
Tel: 357-9688 or 325-4472

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 Gell: 525-2193 or 456-4255










RIB #572 :
2002 GMC SIERRA DELUXE
Red pick-up with tan interior, owner leaving
island will consider any and all offers!! new tires,
ps, pb, AC, radio w/Cd, leather seats and auto
trans. You need to see and drive
only $16.900.00
Call: 565-6840/322-8734



RIB #790 : .
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue wih grey interior
$4,200.00 OBO
Good running condition
Tel: 324-0903(H)
Cell: 434-3658 or 426-1973





RIB 297
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White with beige interior, 4 door sedan, p/w,
p/s, p/l AC, auto transmission. One owner
clifford intelliguard 700 alarm system w/engine
: kill switch $9,500.00 OBO
Right hand drive,
Tel: 394-2357 or 364-5285 after 6:00pm

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 #564
20’ FOOT SPANISH WELLS MARINA SKIFF
White & blue, 115 four stroke, Mercury with trailer
Bimini top, VHF, GPS And trap puller

:000.00
Tel: 364-8892 Cell: 422-6876/422-6876













THE TRIBUNE ~

RIB #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 wétrailer, E
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

BBF#452 :
21 ft Paramount Boat and trailer
with Johnson 275 hp,
asking $7,000
Call 636-3762

BBF #284
- 71/2 * 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

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 #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 #515 ;
2004 AVALANCE TRUCK

Leather interior, sunroof, rims and fully loaded
Please only serious inquires
Tel: 441-7699 or 351-4989

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.

1998 FORD F150
Black and Grey
$10,500.00
3 door, Larrcot-,Good condition
Tel: 361-4273 Cell: 436-9350
Price Neg

RIB #555
1999 FORD CONTOUR
Blue with tan interior, 4 door
$3,900.00 OBO
4 cylinder, 5 speed, AC, alarm,
new punch marine or car
Cd player 150
Tel: 436-2729/ 427-6060.

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 i am
@ 356-8536"

RIB #525
2001 YAMAHA 225 TT-R
Dirt Bike, Blue and white with helmet and other
accessories. Asking $2100.00
- Tel: 324-8978 Cell: 535-1158

RIB #527
2001 CHEVROLET IMPALA
Burgundy with Grey interior,
- Full power, cold AC, JVC, CD player,
3.4 liter,
V6, Very clean, clean title,
- $10,500.00 OBO
Serious enquiries only please
Tel: 364-2707
Cell: 454-4226



RIB #528.
1998 ACURA 1.5 WHITE
With grey interior ~
$5,000.00 ONO

Good condition, AC, sunroof, CD player and 4

door Tel: 324-3440 Cell: 426-4408

RIB #562 |
1998 ISUZA REODO, RED
4 WD, College student leaving Island

5 door , low miles, AC, CD radio,
Excellent Cobndition $2,500.00 ONO
Tel: 328-1744 Cell: 686-5863

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 25

RIB #544
1996 FORD EXPLORER
Black with gr ey interior
$6,500.00 ONO
Power windows, CD player, AC
Call: 424-3055
or 422-2643

1998 FORD F-150 White,
clean interior, automatic, cold AC, No dents,
Good tires, Car fax report- no accidents,
clean title
Just In From USA
$8,500.00
Tel; 328-2083

RIB #546
1996 NISSAN CEFIRO EXCIMO
White with light grey interior
$6,900.00
Auto, AC, PS. PB, PW, PL,
AM/FM cass
Runs and look excellent
Tel: 324-1328(h) 356-7848(w) Billy

RIB #546
1997 TOYOTA WINDOM
Pearl, two tone colour, Sunroof, clean tan
interior, New style, body, cold AC
Just In from Japan
-Priced for quick sale
$8,000.00
Tel: 328-2083

RIB #571
ART OF THE COVENANT
Attention churches, art of the covenant without
angles, $1200.00
_ Must see to appreciate
Tel: 357-7825 Cell: 436-2512

RIB #548
1997 MERCEDES BENZ C200
Elegence edition. Royal blue color ,4 door,
power locks/windows, black interior
$10,800.00
Just In From Japan
Tel: 328-2083

RIB #550
2002 MERCEDES SEDAN, C-180
Green with tan interior. Fully loaded,
gargage kept
Mint condition, Only one owner
$28,000.00
Tel: 544-9727

RIB #553
2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 2
Black with tan interior,

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 #554
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Silver with tan interior, Original chevy rims,
automatic windows & door,
AC, AM/FM, radio,
minor repair
$3,500.00 Asis
Tel: 393-0547 Cell: 423-8183



1999 TOYOTA RAV 4
White with grey leather interior
$14,000.00 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























TRIB #475-
1999 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with gold leather interior
$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 #477
1994 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Maroon with grey interior, 4 door
$3,500.00 ONO
Good condition, AC working, clean interior
Owner leaving Island
Tel: 525-6850







RIB #478
2004 EDDIE BUEAR,
FORD EXPEDITION
Black with tan interior, fully loaded
$40,000.00
Tel: 424-4493 or 364-2440

RIB #481 ,
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne with brown interior,
4 door sedan $3,800.00 ONO
Power windows and mirrors,
sunroof, needs work.
Tel: 364-7423
Cell: 426-4762 or 395-3080



RIB

#506
2001 HONDA ACCORD, SEDAN
Grey with grey interior
$9,000.00 ONO
Good Condition
Tel: 557-5072 Cell: 357-7850

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RIB #485 i
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY WHITE,
In good condition power locks,
power windows, music system.
$3,500.00 OBO
Tel: 394-3801 after 6.00pm

CELL PHONES
-FOR SALE
Motorola Silvr

$ 240.00 |
Pink/Black
LG B-2150 $240.00

Motorola V6
$250.00

Nokia 3120
$180.00
Cell: 456-0935
MOTOROLA S

Le B-2480 |

RIB #489 .
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. sSerious inquires only
Tel: 544-8457

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
Automatic, clean good condition
Tel: 361-1274 Cell: 525-0016



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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RIB #494 :
2001 FORD MUSTANG
Dark green, Excellent condition, fully
loaded, sound system, 20” rims
$9,000.00
Phone 302-4892
Cell: 454-6512

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

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. Reduced to $5,800,
Tel: 324-0283



RIB #502
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



CENTRAL AIR
CONDITIONS UNITS!
Handles blowers and
condensers
in perfect working
order
5 Ton $1500.00,

3.Ton $1200.00,
3 Ton $1200.00
2 Ton $1100.00
Call: 394-3448 or
322-2207

or
P.O.Box N-614
Nassau,NP
















RIB #504




1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
Silver with black interior
$5,500.00
One lady owner, senis being imported , AC,
power everything
Tel: 557-2033















RIB #508
1998 NISSAN MAXIMA
Prizm green. with tan leather interior,
Sunroof, CD player, pioneer sound
sysiem,
power windows,
keyless entry, tints, AC.

Tei: 356-0544 Cell: 535-9400

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 goMieck 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



RIB #548
1994 HONDA CIVIC
Blue with grey interior, CD player,
' Good running AC,
license until December, Clean .
$2,800.00
Cell: 454-3859 / 544-5501


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

2004 GMC ENVOY
White with gray/black interior
$22,500.00
very nice in and out
Call: before its to late.
Tel: 557-3057

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



418
20” CHROME RIMS W/TIRES
5 hole boit pattern only.
Fits Chevy trucks & SUV's
Asking $1500.00 ONO. Tel: 341-8832



RIB. #472
1992 LEXUS LS 400
Black & grey
$3,500.00
Runs like a dream, fully loaded,
We sell all kinds of paris .








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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



3
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: 364-7611

RIB
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 #428 .
1995 CHEVY BLAZER
Green with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
AC, sound system,
Everything is power
Tel: 457-0734



RIB #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,
Arospeed spoiler, custom air intake, extra cold A\
R Rims, soound system (pioneer deck,
pioneer trance‘Mids & His, 1- Audiopipe
. . 12".subwoofer, -.. . ~
Tel: 436-2406 or 364-4953

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 27

RIB #435
1997 Lincoln Town Car
$5,500.00 O.N.O
Telephone 325-6847
Ask for Mr. Moss.



1993, and 1995

Toyota Coaster Bus,
For sale,-blue/white. make an offer,
good business opportunity,
all in good condition,
Call: 427-5460 or 361-0934



RIB #443
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA, GLE
Gold with tan leather interior
$8,500.00
Fully loaded, leather, sunroof,
Low mileage,
airbags, CD changer, smooth ride, alarm,
Ice cold Ac Must see to appreciate.
Tel: 565-6631



RIB #445

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 #483





1995 DODGE NEON

C, AM!’ | Green, 4 door, Equipped with AC, radio, manuel

windows and it is in very good condition
.< $2,500.00.(neg)





V6, 3000 engine, automatic, low mileage, power

Call anytime after 4 pm 324-4961

6
1998 MERCEDES ML 320, SUV
safe, reliable and strong
73,000 miles, well kept, American family car
$20,500.00
Call: CJ @455-2956

RIB #450
2002 IZUZU RODEO, LS
Navy blue with grey interior
$23,000.00 ONO
Fully loaded, One lady owner, 34K mileage
Tel: 364-6839 Cell: 357-3122



RIB #452
1999 TOYOTA WINDOM
Silver with grey interior
$13,000.00 OBO




seats & windows, AC, 6 CD changer, ABS,
airbags. Also for sale
1996 HONDA ACCORD, Tel: 328-2619





RIB #461

1996 CHEVROLET CAVALIER, BLACK
$3,700.00 OBO
4 cylinder easy on gas, AC, tape,
Tel: 324-6266
after 5pm

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


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TRIB #559
“BODY MAN SPECIAL”
1997 FORD EXPLORER ,
$1,800 OBO
hit hard in the front.
Can be used for parts or fixed.
leather interior, V8, engine, transmission , all

doors & interior in good condition. Hood, fender

& radiator support bar included in the price
Cell: 484-0062 or 425-7176

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
$5,000.00
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 #399
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY
Gold with beige interior
$4,000.00 ONO
Must see to appreciate.
Tel: 565-0197. or 477-4399



RIB #340
2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
$22,000.00 ONO, 74,000 mileage,
black, 4 door, automatic, power everything, grey
cloth interior, AM/FM/CD/Cassette player, factory
alarms, tinted windows.
Excellent condition, U must see to appreciate
Call: 558-4585 leave message

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)



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 #374
1994 NISSAN SENTRA
For sale Asking
$1700 ONO
Phone: 327-6746

or
454-8213



For Sale
-2006 Yahama YBR 125cc
3200km/1900miles
Almost brand new, runs great, low maintenance and
VERY Oe

$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



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 #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 636-160:

' Oh



"RIB #386




THE TRIBUNE

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



2000 DODGE NEON
$9,000.00
DVD System, music system, rims and
body kit
Tel: 455-8203

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA

Black with tan leather interior,

$10,000.00.
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

ZL

RIB #391
1995 VOLK WAGON PASSAT GXL

Dark grey ree interior

Power everything: 2,500 watt sound system pionee:
subs, drop low, lig

tings graphics, moon roof Black

leather interior, remote start, VR6, standard shift
Tel: 328-1744 Cell: 525-0803

Price negotaibe

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
THE TRIBUNE



BBF #460

1993 Honda Civic,
Ac, Cd player, pwr window, locks,
price $2,500
Call 328-0002 or 426-9862

BBF #461
2002 Honda CRV jeep,
fully loaded, 1 owner, low mileage,
sunroof, cd player, AC, pwr window &
locks, garage kept,
owner leaving
price $22,500 ONO
Call 456-5466

HAIR BRAIDING
WEAVING ‘$50,
BRAIDS $20, TWIST
$50

SHINGLES $40 AND
UP, CALL US NOW
TO GET YOUR HAIR
DONE FOR THE
SUMMER

: GLO
3943423/3955686

F $409.



Chevy 1500 — 5-10's,

priced from $6,500 and up,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2 -








B #305
- 2001 MITSUBISHI, RED
convertible with beige interior,
30,000.00 miles Duty paid.
Excellent condition. Will consider

21,0 TB8S ) iS.)
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BBF $434
2003 Nissan Altima,
fully loaded, leather interior, sun roof,
20" chrome rims
$15,000 ONO
Call 364-4810 or 436-3601

$
1995 — 1999 Toyota Windoms,
available at Sanpin Motors,
Call 325-0881/2

BBF $441
2004 Nissan Senira B-15 Model,
priced’. from $13,500,
available at Sanpin Motors
Call: 325-0881/2

BBF#338_
16-17 Feet boat, Solid Hull,
inside interior needs work,
$1,000 ONO,
Call: 424-1886



RIB #33








1995 NISSAN SUNNY
3,000.00



Light blue with grey interior ,4 door sedan

Nice car, runs great, sound system ready ef
se wr whelis36422247-Celli 436-6804. mien, He

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006, PAGE 29

RIB #520
1995 CAMEO RED
Sunroof, air condition, in good condition
$5,500.00
Tel: 341-5277
Cell: 426-4893/ 434-0165

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

R
1995 BMW 5301,
Silver, clean, black leather interior, Sunroof,
power windows and locks, TV/navigative.
system and rims executive car
Just In From US. $8,500.00
Tel: 328-2083



RIB #359
2002 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
Light blue with grey interior
$16,500.00 offer
Fully aan









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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)

RIB #262
1994 NISSAN CIVILIAN
Blue with red interior, 6 cylinder, AC
30 seater passenger bus.
$11,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0103 Cell: 436-7411

RIB #289
2003 FORD EXPLORER
Fully loaded, Excellent condition
Just in from the US
$15,900.00
Tel: 324-4416 Cell: 424-4080



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 sysiem...
20” chrome wheels.

Cell: 565-2884 or 322-5525

BIR

TRIB #296
1999 FORD RANGER XLT
Champaigne, dual cab
$6,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition,
New spray top, recently serviced
Tel: 328-3953
eRe Cellr525+1563% 4

2 xteatars tener 4,







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

BBF #435
1993 Toyota Windom, black,

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AC, CD player, clean interior, $3,500 ONO ,

1997 Dodge Neon, AC,CD player, tints,
$3,800 ONO, 2000 Chevy Malibu ,
sliver grey interior, 16" rims $ 7,500.

call 364-3378 after 5pm
or 326-6535 from 9 to 5

.©99 Ford Taurus s,
aliabie at Sanoin !Viotors
| * Gan: 325-0881/2



Nissan Serenas and Larros,
- Deisel model 7pass,

; available at Manpin Motors
Call 325-0881/2

BBF #440

1995 — 2001 Honda Accord,

available at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2

RF #445








ice $3,000 ONO. -








BBF #436
Ford Explorer XLS,

locks, good condition, $7,000

Call 454-3271 or 326-8452. 395-6508
leave a message

BBF #437

2005 — 2006 Kia Picanto,
priced from $11,500 with balance of factory
/ warranty available
Available at Sanpin Motors - -

Call: 325-0881/2

white with grey interior, Ac, pwr windows &



BBF #446
1997 Ford Explorer XLT,
fully loaded, excellent condition,
only 2000 miles, price
$6,500
Call 394-6369 or393-5259

BBF #459
1999 Chevy Astro Cargo Van,
excellent condition, cd, alarm, ac, tints, start engine
from outside, great for business or pleasure, 2 door /
~ ~sliding door nenslip rubber inside
' Cail 357-4985 or 364-2085

1697 Cherokee Jeep, green,





























THE TRIBUNE

BBF #455








2000 34ft scarab.sport,
twin 225 evinrude 370 hrs Boat and Motors, chart
plotter, fish finder, xm satellite radio, VHS, fresh water
wash down, live wells ,toilet, sleeps 2 , life vests,

BBF #448
1995 Plymouth Voyager
7 seater, price














$1,200 .Nassau to Exuma in 30 minutes,
Call 325-7173 $55,000.00

Call 324-2865 or 424-4301



BBF #456
1999 Honda Civic Ex,
1998 Hyundai Accent , DVD/CD player, standard shift, AC,
needs transmission work, price excellent condition, asking
~ $1,200, $7,000 ONO.

good condition Call 454-5502 or 323-6623
Call 325-7173 .







BBF #449








BBF #451 naust intake.

yer, pwr everyining

Call 364-4484 or 636-2455 also
fissan Altima, CD plaver,

fe dcor handies,

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silver. automatic
Windows, !OCks,



aver, good condition
OBO











BBF #454
1994 Toyota Lexus,
leather interior, AC, sun roof,
CD/DVD player, sound system

$8,50 ONO.
Call 364-2731 or 425-1008 ©








BBF #458
1999 Nissan Altima,

just in from the US, good miles,

AC and tape, clean, $6,500

Call 357-4985 or 364-2085



BBF $432
1998 Honda Accord,
2 dr, black leather interior,
18" rims, AC, pw windows, pwr RI#S47
seats, sein eee ORD EXPLORER ont CD
Pwr locks, clean title, BE ee GORE
- $8,500. $3,900.00

_| ‘Also 1996 NISSAN-SUNNY, Runing ‘good $2,700.00

“No problem. Tel: 454-3859 cell? 544-5501 ~



“Call 426-8883 or 359:7597 ~-
Saas EON

BBF #414 |
2001 Ford Focus's,
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.

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 from $9,900,
available ai Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2





BBF #427



2006 Honda Civic,

Hatch back, AC, 17" chrome rims, CD player,
sound sysiem,

Price $6,090

ate Call 456-0978 or 423-5200. oe

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BBF #418
1999 Lincoln Town Car Limousine
_ 120 inch stretch, must see to
appreciate, immaculate condition,
Call: 364-0264,
325-8435 or 422-2565

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 #431,

| 2002 Nissan Sentra, burgundy,

: 4 dr, tints,

18” chrome rims, Cd piayer, in
excellent condition,
asking $8,500.

Cail 426-4423 or 454-5361.
serious inquiries only

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BBF #428

2004 Honda Crv Viec,
6 CD changer, leather interior, 18,000 miles,
sun roof, spare tire never used,
price $24,500
Call 477-3444 or 324-2865

1993 BMW 318l,
right hand drive, dark grey, 4 dr, 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 4dr, AC, pwr windows
& locks, low miles, automatic transmission,
excellent condition,
asking $8,800
Call 327-4596

2002 ESCALADE,
BURGANDY, $24,000 MILES, ASKING
$45,000,

"REAL NICE RIDE"

CALL 434-3055.

BBF #433
1999 Chevy Monte Carlo LS, red,
fully loaded,