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PM: National Health

"Insurance
concerns

initiative

‘life and

death’ of Bahamians

l By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

' THERE will be no compro-
mise on moving ahead with

the National HealthInsurance:=-

plan, Prime Minister Perry
Christie stated yesterday: -
The debate on the NHI plan
opened in the House of
Assembly yesterday with an

“emotionally charged contri-

bution by the Prime Minister,
who described. the introduc-

_ tion of a national health insur-

‘ance initiative as a matter that -

~-concerns the “life and death”
of Bahamians.
Mr Christie, addressing par-
liament, pointed out that the
debate on such a scheme has
been going on for more than
two decades. :
While this debate raged on
under successive governments,
he said, Bahamians without

‘the financial means to access

the necessary health care were
“suffering, and even some
dying.”

“For more than 22 years:as
a nation we. have grappled
with the notion to provide a
comprehensive, sustained,
affordable system of health
care that would eliminate the
cruel and unjust reality of
Bahamians dying because they
cannot pay for some services,”
he said.

Mr Christie said that the






















question has to be asked if
access to health care should
be a. human right or. contin-
ued to be treated as a privi-
lege available only to.some.

Stating that-he believes-the
NHI plan will in future be
considered as the “single most
important piece of legislation”
passed under the current term
of government, the prime min-
ister emphasised, however,
that the initiative is nota
“PLP scheme, put a national
one.’

Looking back on n the last 22
years of Bahamians struggling
to find ways to pay their med-
ical bills, Mr Christie said, that
there is “no option whatsoev-
er, but to act and act now,” .

He pointed out that seven
of every 10 adults in the coun-
try is overweight, one out of
every four suffers from hyper-
tension, and one out of every
six adults is diabetic.

With the medical implica-
tions of those statistics, he
said, a NHI plan is even more
called for.

The prime minister also
emphasised that although the
Bill for the establishment of
an NHI scheme is now being
debated in parliament, exten-

sive consultation with
stakeholders is still ongoing.
“Consultation will continue

SEE page 10



Independent MP
criticises govt
over NHI scheme

@ By PAUL TURNQUEST Bases
Tribune Staff Reporter,

PIERRE Dupuch, iidependent MP
for St Margaret, used his opportunity in
the House of Assembly yesterday to
methodically dismantle government’s
proposed National Health Insurance
scheme.

Mr Dupuch criticised government for a a
number of items in the NHI Bill, espe-
cially for not including all residents of
the Bahamas, both legal and illegal, for
insurance purposes.

Mr Dupuch recognized ‘the presence
in the public gallery of Health Minister
Dr Bernard Nottage, Dr Perry Gomez,
project manager of NHI, and Mr Lennox
McCartney, director of National Insur-
ance. He congratulated them on their
efforts to bring the NHI scheme this far,

SEE page 11

- Hazardous medical
_ waste ‘disposed as
ordinary garbage’

li By ALISON LOWE -
Tribune Staff Reporter

A "MAJORITY" of healthcare facilities
are currently, or have until recently, been
disposing of hazardous infectious and
radioactive medical waste as "ordinary
garbage" — in public places:such as

Arawak Cay; according to a report.

These facts were included in the 2005
report from the Hospitals and Healthcare
Facilities, Licensing Board tabled in the
House of Assembly yesterday.

The report, which highlights some of the
successes and difficulties encountered by
that board — which is responsible for
licensing all private healthcare facilities —
since its inception, says that until recently,
board staff felt they had to "place their
heads in the sand" with regards to certain
regulations that they were mandated to
enforce.

In particular, this included the require-

ment that all private medical facilities dis-

SEE page 10

‘No compromise’ on Nl

Report calls for an.
agency to deal with
‘complimentary and
alternative medicine’

@ By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter

GOVERNMENT needs to create an
agency to deal with "obvious safety issues”
that have arisen in line with the increas-
ingly common occurrence of persons and
facilities offering "complimentary and alter-
native medicine" in the Bahamas.

"Many therapists with uninvestigated
qualifications, or none at all have been

i appearing all over the country advertising

their ability to effect magnificent. cures,"
noted a 2005 report compiled by Dr Kirt-
land Culmer, chairman of the Hospital and
Healthcare Facilities Licensing Board,
which was tabled by Prime Minister Perry
Christie in the House of Assembly yester-
day.

In putting forward this recommendation,
the report describes one individual of con-
cern to the board who is offering such
"alternative" treatments as having "blazed

SEE page 10



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Government to pay
NHI contributions for
long-term unemployed

@ By ALEXANDRIO MORLEY -

Tribune Staff Reporter

LONG-TERM unemployed
persons will have their NHI
contributions paid for by the
government, says Dr Stanley
Lalta, project manager of the
proposed health plan.

The Tribune spoke with a
concemed citizen yesterday out-
side the. House of Assembly
who had questions regarding
the NHI plan.

Ms Rossana Cash, of the
Farm Road constituency, told
The Tribune that she had been
“in and out work for almost a
year” and aimed to question
Prime Minister Perry Christie
about “where she was sup-
posed to find the money” to pay
contributions to the national
health plan.

. According to Ms Cash, there

PLP Woman’s branch

THE government’s National

Health Insurance proposals
_have received the full backing of .
the PLP’s women’s branch in

Nassau.
--Chairman Dr Madelin

- Sawyer, executives and mem-
‘bers of the PLP’s New Provi-

dence women’s branch whole-

heartedly support the plan, a

’ statement said yesterday.
According to Dr Sawyer,

-women especially have several

very good reasons to believe

sucha plan would be beneficial,

not only to the country as a

~ whole, but to women in partic-

ular.

Firstly, statistically, women

tend to live longer than men.
Consequently they have a

longer time during which such

medical services may be needed.

Secondly, women tend to be
’ caregivers for children, elderly
parents and other relatives.

gaia”

are many people in her area
who don’t have jobs at the
moment, and even when they

do obtain jobs “it’s only for a

couple of months.”

Ms Cash said that she was last
employed as'a labourer on the
Atlantis Phase III project, but
she claimed that she was laid
off, along with 29 other persons,
last month.

The woman said she, wanted
to make sure that persons in her
position were not made to pay
money they did not have.

The Tribune questioned Dr
Lalta about her concerns as he

left the House of Assembly yes- -

terday.
Dr Lalta said: “There are
some unemployed persons who

are long-term, and then there -

are some who are short-term,
in that some periods of the year
they will find work and others

Again, during the time they are
likely to have that responsibili-
ty, those individuals most prob-
ably will require health care and
medications.

Thirdly, the recent living
standards survey has revealed
that the majority of the poor in

the Bahamas are women.

Additionally, a number of
them are single heads of house-
holds. By extension, this would
suggest that these women are
more likely to need assistance

~ with access to adequate health

care services for. themselves and
their families.
“We all realise and accept

- that there is no perfect plan and

no perfect time in which to
introduce such a plan. But if not
now, when?” the statement

“Can we as a caring nation
afford to wait any longer to pro-
vide the comfort and security

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they may not.

‘With each one of these cas-
es we will have an assessment
done by the Ministry of Social
Services. So persons who have
the capacity to pay will be asked
to make their contributions and
those who do not will fall below
the poverty line, and so they
will not be asked to pay because
the government will make their

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‘ contributions for them.” 4

Dr Lalta said that the Min-~’
istry of Social Servics will have’
a “crucial” role to play with the"
implementation of the national”
health plan, and that the estab-

lishment of the “beneficiary”

identification system” will be’
an important instrument with.

_ the application of the plan.

ae ear

-The NHI’s project manager

said that persons did not imme-")
diately have to go to the Min-’
istry of Social Services for the
beneficiary assessment, because *

-adminstrators of NHI and the

Ministry of Social Services were”
planning to have “more discus-:
sions” to co-ordinate their activ-
ities.

The National Health Insur-°
ance Act was debated in the’
house yesterday and the debate

=

is expected to continue next:

week.

backs NHI proposals |

- of adequate health care foe our

citizens?
“We feel that for any such
national plan to succeed, ALL

" of the stakeholders need to co-

operate and try to make it work
for the good of ALL.

“There must be efficiency
and prudence at all levels. The
public must not take advantage
of the system and try to abuse it.
We must see it as our duty to
pay our contributions fairly.
Additionally, health care
providers must endeavour to
provide fair, efficient and sat-
isfactory service.’

It added: “At the end of the
day the maxim that ‘an ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of
cure’ has to be taken seriously
by ALL.

“Healthy lifestyles must’
become the order of the day for

all of us. It is only in this way
that.the chronic diseases will be

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“However, when:chronic and’
catastrophic illnesses threaten‘
our families and friends, we
want to know that they will
have access to the best care’
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In brief

Reports of
investigation
into beating
due soon

INITIAL reports into the
beating of a civilian in Inagua
by a group of Defence Force
officers are expected soon, as
the investigating officers
returned to Nassau yesterday.

The violent altercation
between Dexter Wilson and
about 15 Defence Force offi-
cers, which took place over the
weekend, sent Mr Wilson to
hospital and left the residents
on the island in an uproar.

According to Assistant Com-
missioner Reginald Ferguson,
the police team dispatched to
the island to conduct investiga-
tions were due back yesterday.

Mr Ferguson reported that
charges would be brought
against persons, if necessary.

Additionally, Sub Lieutenant
Sonia Miller, Defence Force
public relations officer, said
reports from their side could be
given as soon as today.

Mr Wilson, 27, was released
from hospital earlier this week
after doctors found that his
injuries were not as serious as
initially thought: However, his
family plans to take legal action
against the men involved.

The incident took place out-
side of Supers Nightclub in
Mathew Town after a male
Defence Force officer report-
edly took offence at Mr
Wilson’s conversation with a
female officer.

Residents on the island
described the scene as a savage
one after Mr Wilson was nearly
“beaten to death” by up to 15
officers.

Following the attack on Sun-
day morning, residents on the
island were threatening to riot.
However, Mr Ferguson said
things have since calmed down.

A Defence Force officer was
also injured during the alterca-
tion, receiving a stab wound to
his lower back, but the injury
was described as minor. He
received two stitches and
reportedly returned to the base
in Nassau on HMBS Yellow
Elder on Sunday night.

Two arrested:
for alleged
robbery at
gunpoint

’ TWO men are said to be.in

bie custody after reportedly
_tobbing two persons on Tues-

day night with a toy handgun.
According to police press
liaison officer Walter Evans,
two males were standing in the
road through Cambridge Street
off Nassau Street shortly before
midnight on Tuesday when the

robbery occurred. One of the’

males is said tobe 18 and the

other a juvenile. —

"As they were standing in
the street a silver Nissan Sentra
pulled up," Inspector Evans
said. According to reports, one
of the occupants had a handgun.

"The two young men who
were standing in the street were
robbed of $350 in total," Mr
Evans said. The robbers then
got back into the vehicle,
according to Mr Evans. ~

Police in the area noticed the
vehicle travelling at high speed,
stopped it, searched it and ques-
tioned the two male occupants.

The cash stolen from the
young men was recovered. Mr
Evans said officers discovered
that the handgun used in the
robbery was an imitation
weapon, a toy 9mm handgun,
according to Mr Evans.

Both robbers are said to be
in police custody. One is‘said
to be a 19-year-old of Nassau
Village and the other man is
said to be in his thirties.

Haiti’s PM



LOCAL NEWS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 3

MI to Christie: Fire Gibson



or face the consequences

@ By ALEXANDRIO MORLEY
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE BDM threatens to
“deal with” Prime Minister
Perry Christie if he does not
fire Immigration Minister
Shane Gibson within one week.

During the debate yesterday
in the House of Asseembly on
the National Health Insurance
plan, the BDM held a press
conference claiming that the
PLP administration is “riddled
with debacles and scandals.”

The BDM said they were no
longer going to wait for the PM
to deal-with the “odious indis-
cretions and the charges of cor-
ruption” that faced his admin-
istration.

BDM spokesman Omar
Smith said: “Mr Christie, you
want the evidence, then we
demand that (1) you do what
you are mandated to do by the
Public Disclosure Act’of 1977,
and produce the disclosures for
you and your cabinet members
in addition to all members of
your government, (2) appoint a
commission of inquiry and (3)
fire Shane Gibson immediat-
ley because the top guardian

of our borders cannot be some-
one who can be compromised
or hoodwinked so easily.”

The BDM spokesman
claimed that the PM was allow-
ing men like Mr Shane Gibson
to “abuse” the country.

In past weeks Mr Gibson
was: alleged to have been
involved with “fast-tracking”
the legal residency application
of American celebrity Anna
Nicole Smith.

However, the minister has

always denied any wrong
doing, and he claimed that Ms
Smith was only his “close per-
sonal friend.”

The BDM said: “You have
exactly one week, Mr Christie,
so if by next week Wednesday,
the sixth day of December,
2006, you do not do right by
the Bahamian people, on the
fifth anniversary of of our mace
demonstration we will be back
here at the people’s House and
you and all of your suspect col-





. B OMAR Smith, BDM spokesman, announces their
ultimatum to Prime Minister Perry hnstte

Laing accuses Peet of misleading
‘public over $18bn investments

FORMER Gua minis-
ter Zhivargo Laing said yes-
terday that Minister of Finan-
cial Services Vincent Peet is’
trying to make things look
good for the government while
misleading the people with the
claim that the IDB is predicting
an infusion of some $18 billion
in investments in the Bahamas.

On Wednesday, The Tri-

: bune published an article in

which Minister.Peet stated
that the IDB is predicting $18
billion in investments in the
Bahamas.

Speaking at-a local govern-
ment conference at the Wyn-

:’ dham Nassau Resort, he went
: onto state that that figure is
: relatively conservative to the

Ministry of Finance’s calcu-
lation of about $24 billion.
“The bank never made any
projections, the bank was
merely quoting what the gov-
ernment was projecting’ as

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dent projections of its own of
capital investment inflow for
the Bahamas.

“It was merely in a discussion
forum using the numbers that
the government had been using
and so for the minister to frame
the discussion so as to make it
appear that the bank is predict-
ing this amount of investment
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. “Typically, when the bank
makes predictions on invest-
ment inflows it is usually done
on an annual basis.

“I think it is part and parcel
of the minister attempting to
make things look good for the
government. I don’t believe he
should be misleading the public
as to what an international insti-
tution in this country actually
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On December 3, 2001, BDM
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disrupted the House.

Both men charged from the
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The Tribune Limited

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

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Radiation traces found on British Airways jets

LONDON (AP) — Officials found traces of
radiation on two British Airways jets, and the
airline appealed Wednesday to tens of thousands
of passengers who flew to or from Moscow and

other cities to come. forward as investigators

widened the search for clues into the poisoning
death of former Russian spy Alexander Eitvi:
nenko.

The airline said the “risk to public health is
wee adding that it was in the process of con-

acting tens of thousands of passengers who flew
on the jets.

‘Two planes at London’s Heathrow Airport
icsted positive for traces of radiation and a third
plane has been taken out of service in Moscow
awaiting examination, British Airways said.

Natalia Remnyova, administrator at Domode-
dovo Airport, the Moscow airport used by British
Airways, said she knew nothing of a plane ground-

ed there. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov ~

said he could not comment because he had no
information about the issue.

The airline said it was contacted by the British
government Tuesday night and told. to ground
the jets and to allow investigators looking into
Litvinenko’s death to test them for radiation.

High doses of polonium-210 — a rare radioac-
iive element usually manufactured in specialized
nuclear facilities — were found in Litvinenko’s
body, and traces of radiation have been found
at sites in London connected with the inquiry
into his death.

All three planes had been on the London-

- Moscow route, British Airways said. In the last

three weeks, the planes had also travelled to
routes across Europe, including Barcelona, Frank-
furt and Athens: Around 30,000 passengers had
travelled on 220 flights on those planes, said Kate
Gay, an airline spokeswoman.

“The airline isin the process of making contact
with customers who have travelled on flights
operated by these aircraft, which operate within
Europe,” British Airways said in a statement. -

“British Airways understands that from advice
it has been given that the risk to public health is

w,” the airline statement said.
The airline has published the flights affected on
its Web site, and advised customers who took
ihe flights to contact a special help-line setup by
the British Health Ministry.
Litvinenko, a former colonel with Russia’s Fed-
eral Security Service — the successor agency to

the KGB — had been a fierce critic of Russian |

President Vladimir Putin before his death from
radiation poisoning on Nov. 23. From his
deathbed, he blamed Putin for his poisoning.
Putin has strongly denied the charge.

Britain’s Home Secretary John Reid, who
chaired a meeting of COBRA, the government’s
emergency comimittee, said tests on the planes

were part of a wider scientific investigation into

sites that could be linked to Litvinenko’s death.

Meanwhile, Italian security expert Mario ~

Scaramella, who was one of the last people to
meet with Litvinenko before the former spy fell ill,
said tests cleared him of radioactive contamina-
tion.

Scaramella came from Rone and met Litvi-
nenko.at a sushibar in London on Nov. 1 — the
day the former intelligence agent first reported the
symptoms.

“Tam fine, ” Scaramella told The Associated

Press by telephone. “I am not contaminated and
have not contaminated anybody else.”

Scaramella returned to London to undergo
tests and talk with the police Tuesday. He said he
is in security protection and refused to say where
he was.

More than three dozen staff at the two hospitals
that treated Litvinenko will be tested for radioac-

tive contamination, Britain’s Health Protection

Agency said.

The agency said 106 staff at Barnet General
Hospital and University College Hospital had
been assessed for possible exposure, and 49 would
have their urine tested. The mysterious death has
clouded Anglo-Russian relations. Prime Minister
Tony Blair said police were determined to find out
who was responsible for Litvinenko’s death.

“The police investigation will proceed, and I
think people shouid know that there is no diplo-
matic or political barrier in the way of that inves-
tigation,” Blair said in Denmark. “It is obviously
a very, very serious matter indeed. We are deter-
mined to find out what happened and who is
responsible.”

Media reports in Britain.and Russia on
Wednesday said that Litvinenko had been
engaged in smuggling nuclear substances out of
Russia.

The Independent newspaper reported that
Litvinenko told Scaramella on the day he fell ill
that he had organized the smuggling of nuclear
material for his former employers at Russia’s
Federal Security Service, or FSB. The newspaper
reported that Litvinenko said he had smuggled
radioactive material to Zurich in 2000.

But Scaramella told the AP that he had been
misquoted by the newspaper.

- “He (Litvinenko) wanted to see me because he
knew about smuggling of nuclear material, but as
far as I know he was never involved in nuclear
smuggling,” he said.

London police say they are investigating the
case as a “suspicious death” rather than murder,
although they have devoted a large anti-terrorist
force to the investigation.

Scaramella said he had been cleared of any
involvement in the 43-year-old former spy’s death.

“Let me take the opportunity to say that I’m
not under investigation by any British authority,”
he said. “I am cooperating with them (the
police).” Police declined to say whom they had
spoken to.

Scaramella said he showed Litvinenko e-mails
from a confidential source identifying the possible
killers of Russian investigative journalist Anna
Politkovskaya and listing other potential targets
for assassination — including himself and Litvi-
nenko.

Following Litvinenko’s death, more than 1,100
people called a health hot line over concerns they

might be at risk from polonium poisoning, which
is deadly in tiny amounts if ingested or inhaled.

Sixty-eight have been referred to health authori-
ties, ine Health Protection Agency said — includ-

- ing the 49 hospital staff.

Eight have been referred to a special clinic as a
precaution. The tests should take about a week.

Traces of radiation have been found at six sites
visited by Litvinenko.

(This article was written by
the Associated Press staff)

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Disgust with |
customer service

EDITOR, The Tribune.
PLEASE allow me space in
your newspaper to voice my total

disgust with customer service that ©
I had experienced at a furniture’

store that specialises in discounts
on Saturday, November 25, 2006.

What should have been a max-
imum of 20 minutes for my pur-
chase ended up being a two-hour
nightmare of dealing with incom-

‘petent sales staff and ware-

house/stock keeping staff. I had
telephoned several furniture com-
panies earlier that morning look-
ing for a metal folding chair.

After many phone calls telling

me that they did not sell this item,
I finally had found one at this par-

ticular store. I entered’the furni- .

ture store at 11.05am and had no
problem being served. However,
when I went to the cashier to pay
cash for the item, the cashier
asked me what name the sales
order was in. J told her that
nobody asked me for my name.
So, I had to go off the line and go
to find the saleslady who was now
in a different part of the store.
Alter finding her, she sent anoth-
er sales order to the cashier. : I
went and paid for the folding
chair and was told to go to the
warehouse to pick it up. I drove
around the block to the ware-
house and waited for my chair.
After about 20 minutes, the ware-
house attendant came to me and
told me that they did not have
this chair. I then questioned their
policy of selling items that they do
not have in stock. He told me that
the only one that they had in the
colour I had paid for was a floor
sample and that I could go back
to the store and get it. I told him
that I was not going back to the
store since it was now almost.an
hour of my time that I had spent
trying to purchase one folding
chair. So, a young warehouse
attendant walked back to the
salesroom and brought back the
chair that was the floor sample.

. NowThad spent one hour at this

task.

The floor sample chair came
to me with damage and scraped
paint on the metal legs of the
chair. I would not accept this
chair and was offered no further
discount for the damage. I then
asked if they had another colour
that I could get. The older white-
haired warehouse attendant told
me that I must go back to the
saleslady who sold me the chair so
that she could send over. the cor-
rect code for the new colour. By
now I was really fed up with this
business for wasting one hour of
my very precious time. I drove

. around the block, very heated

and frustrated at this point, and
chose another colour, which I
expected would be sent over to
the warehouse for me to collect. I
drove back to the. warehouse to
get the new chair. I waited again
for about 20 minutes and was

again told by the elderly white |

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in. He then suggested that I go
back to the salesroom, now for

the third time, to get my cash
. refund.

I drove around the block
another time, hopefully for the
last time of the day, to get my
cash refund. I immediately went
to the cashier station and said that
I was told to come and get my
cash refund. When asked who
sent me, I told the cashier that it
was the elderly white haired man
in the warehouse. The local radio
station 104.5 FM was doing a live
remote this particular morning
and J was more than prepared to
go and be interviewed by the DJ
about my horrendous shopping

experience at the store. The
cashier begged me not to go to
the DJ. However, since I had now
lost two hours of very valuable |
working time dealing with incom-
petent and inept sales staff along
with non-existent customer ser-
vice and out-of-stock merchan-
dise, I decided that I would write
the editors of the local press to
inform the public of the
deplorable state of customer ser-
vice throughout the entire service
industry in this country. I will nev-
er again step foot in this furni-
ture establishment and will share
my two hour ordeal of purchasing’
a folding chair which I never
received, with my friends, col-
leagues, and numerous acquain-
tances.

- STILL STANDING
AND SEATLESS

_ Nassau
November 25, 2006.

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Mr Christie’s”
Christmas gifts

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THE Christmas season is upon us and the announcement of
the dissolution. of Parliament is expected early in the new year.

The Prime Minister’s Christmas gift basket is bulging, and the
Bahamian electorate is ready to receive its share. We have been try-
ing to determine the type of gifts that Mr Christie should tender and

we will suggest a few:-

1) Relieve the attorney general of her post.
2) Fire the minister of Immigration.
3) Deny for nomination the following:-

The Minister of Works
The Minister of Labour
The Minister of Housing

The representatives for Mount Moriah and Kennedy.
4) Recommend that Pierre Dupuch, Tennyson Wells and
“Bulgie”, Allen be nominated as independent candidates for the

Montagu constituency.

5) Have the current representative for Fox Hill be denominated,
where a real Fox Hill girl will beat the pants off him.

6) Considering the Prime Minister’s penchant for committees or
commissions, appoint a commission headed by Justice Lyons to
determine the recipients of “Swift Justice”.

Those of you who read this contribution, might’consider these
suggestions as being delivered in’a jocular-vein, but re- -examine
them and determine why those persons have been identified.

Justice Lyons’ recent exposure of the failures and shortcomings

_ of the present government have been dismissed by the attorney geh-

eral as trivial, but we know that she cannot be serious. Several legal

. minds have taken issue with her and have described:some of her

statements as “talking foolishness” and have agreed that there i isa

constitutional crisis.

We believe that the attorney. general in using the words “swift j jus-

_ tice” is equating “justice” with “trial”; the two words should not be

equated. Justice should not be seen to be swift; it has to be reasoned *.
and considered. On the other hand, a person can be brought to
court quickly, but justice is not to be trivialised.

On a serious note, and for those of you who collect all-of my let-
ters and have been agonising over the failure to read some of my
contributions, my pen has been.silent as I observe the self destruc-
tion of the present government, the semblance of increasing
immorality, religious ministers being hauled before the courts for
divorce and abuse of children, “honourable” members of Parlia-
ment fighting, being sued for child support, and indebtedness and

on and on.

So until you read me again, enjoy the gifts which Mr Christiesis

contemplating sharing with us.

FRED D PHILLIPS ©
Nassau,
November, 2006.

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© In brief

Man is
jailed for
marijuana
possession

A MAN was sentenced to
_serve two and a half years in
jail yesterday after pleading
guilty to a charge of possession
-with the intent to supply five
pounds of marijuana.

Bianco Smith, 30, of Wind-
sor Place, Latario Swain, 23, of
Jubilee Gardens, and Pricilla
‘Gibson of Milton Street
“appeared before magistrate
Carolita Bethel at Court Eight,
‘Bank Lane, charged with pos-
“session of dangerous drugs with
intent to supply.
~ It is alleged that the accused,
on Monday, November 27,
were found in possession of a
quantity of marijuana which

authorities believed they intend-

ed to supply to another.

Smith pleaded guilty to the
charge and was sentenced to
two and a half years in jail. Gib-
son and Swain both pleaded not
guilty to the charge. They were

ranted bail in the sum of
20,000. Their matter was
adjourned to December 6.

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» PUBLIC and private hospi-
tals and healthcare facilities
are not "held to the same stan-
dard" in terms of the extent to
which they are serving and
protecting the public, said a
report released yesterday.

In the 2005 report of the
Hospital and Healthcare Facil-
ities Licensing Board, com-

Dr Kirtland Culmer, Dr Cul-

‘ANNA Nicole Smith was
issued an order of eviction
from her “Horizons” home -
yesterday..

However her attorney,
Wayne Munroe, said that
Ms Smith has not left her
house.

He said that he and Ms
Smith went to court yester-
day morning and got a stay
of the order and another
day has been set aside for
the hearing.

According to internation-
al reports, the default judg-
ment was issued yesterday
against Anna Nicole (aka
Vickie Lygn Marshall) after
she failed to respond by
November 27 to a previous .
eviction.order issued on
behalf of her. former
boyfriend, Ben Thompson.
- Mr Thompson and Ms
Smith are still battling in
court over the ownership of
Horizons, which was the
grounds on which her-resi-
dency permit ,was. fast-

Z tracked through Immigra-

": tion earlier this year. —

piled by the board's chairman’

mer says that there are over
100 community clinics, as well
as the public hospitals, which
"must be brought up to
scratch" in terms of their stan-
dards and licensing.

While this is something that
Minister of Health Dr Bernard
Nottage has expressed to. be a
"necessity", says the report,
"no definitive plan or date has
been given" for when public
healthcare facilities will be sub-
jected to the same standards
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existing Pharmacy Act, which
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service-based economy.

Some businesses have trained
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cess.

However, many businesses
fall short of this goal and the
consequences are quite mad-
dening and perplexing, given
the Bahamas’ economic depen-
dence on the services industries.

Summit Academy head-
mistress Jill Wilson said: “In an
economy which is almost pure-
ly service-based, the job of both
parents and teachers should be
to facilitate an environment
where the building of personal
character and the development
of manners are paramount.”

Treating each child as if they
will become a leader within
their respective fields, and
preparing them for globalisa-

tion, are two of Mrs Wilson’s _

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Academy has implemented pro-
grammes such as Children’s
Good Manners Month, during
which each child undergoes eti-
quette training, as well as the
Character Education Pro-
gramme, a year-round, school-
wide programme which high-
lights two values each month.
In building a true sense of
community, Mrs Wilson has
sought the support of parents,
emphasising the importance of
their child(ren)’s presentation.
“We're taking them back to
basics,” said Mrs Wilson, “Dur-

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Dominica asks
WTO to reject
Ecuador
‘banana bid

t a DOMINICA
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DOMINICA’S top trade offi-
cial is urging the World Trade
,Organization to reject

'Ecuador’s bid to ease tariffs on
; "its bananas shipped to Europe,
arguing such a move would
‘squeeze small island producers
out of the market, according, to
Associated Press.
“ Ecuador, the world’s largest
banana producer, filed a protest
against the European Union’s
» banana import rules system two
raveeks ago, arguing it unfairly
restricts its access to the Euro-
pean market.

A reduction of tariffs for
Ecuador would send “a clear
message that small countries
which now trade in the world
will have no place in any new
world trade order,” said Charles

avarin, Dominica’s foreign
-affairs and trade minister, late
Tuesday. :
_ Latin American producers
and banana companies. based in
the United States have long
complained that EU rules favor
Caribbean and African produc-
ers. Latin American bananas
hold around 60 percent of the
market, while African and
Caribbean producers have 20
percent, EU officials have said.

Savarin said it was critical that

«the EU. maintain duty-free
treatment of a banana quota
‘from Africa and the Caribbean.
:} Dominica, a mountainous
‘island in the eastern Caribbean,
depends primarily on banana
exports and tourism to sustain
wits economy.

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, ABOUT half of the oil work-
,ets at.a Valero Energy Corp.
refinery have walked off the jab
to join a strike for higher pay.
and more benefits, a union
‘leader said Wednesday, accord-
ting to Associated Press.
* Some 385 workers, about half
of the employees at the 275,000
‘barrels-a-day capacity refinery,
‘began their work stoppage on
_ JTuesday, said Independent Oil
- Workers Union of Aruba chief
‘Boy Anthony.

A spokeswoman for the San
‘Antonio-based refiner said
‘operations and output at the
‘Aruba plant were normal
‘regardless of the strike by union
smembers.

“Thanks to the efforts of
‘those employees who aren’t
striking, the refinery is running

‘at normal rates and is operating
‘safely and reliably,” Mary Rose

‘Brown said in an e-mail.

Refinery workers want a
‘four-year contract instead of a
five-year one and are demand-
‘ing better wages and more vaca-
ition days from Valero, the
largest independent oil refiner
in the United States..

The Aruba plant processes
lower-cost heavy, sour crude oil
— which is cheaper than the
light, sweet variety — to pro-
‘duce a high yield of finished dis-
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for crime victims

@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

IN an effort to bring ‘peace
to the streets’, the Department
of Urban Renewal will host a

prayer service for the families

of victims of crime in 2006.

Under the theme ‘Silence
the Violence: Embrace Peace’,
Director of Urban Renewal
Shelton Beneby said his
department will be bringing
the message of the people.

Several pastors and family
members of persons who’ve
been victimised have been
invited to the service at 6 pm
on Sunday on the National
Insurance Grounds on Baillou
Hill Road.

Chief Supt Hulan Hanna

said, because of the number ‘
of violent crimes committed’

this, year, the service is one
that is terribly needed.

“Long after the sensation-
alism has been removed from

the front pages (of the news-



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papers) there is silent anger in
the ‘communities,” he said.
That anger, which remains
after the crime is committed, is
what needs to be addressed,
he said.
Additionally, there will be
a series of ‘Theatre in the

Park’ and Christmas tree light-
ing ceremonies in each of the

urban centre communities set

to begin on December 2
through December 16.

The Cultural Affairs Divi-
sion will host the Theatre in
the Park, a community-based
initiative where Bahamian tal-
ent can be showcased.

“We are attempting not only

to promote the talents in each .

community but to foster a
greater sense of community
spirit, knowing that this has
been a very difficult and chal-
lenging year.

“I believe that our little
nation must be judged on the
quality of its compassion. We
must be concerned about peo-

‘ple, the renewal in urban life

that we are speaking about is
not only in our physical sur-
roundings but it’s also spiritu-
al, people knowing who they
are and feeling good about
themselves,” Mr Beneby said.

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has offered himself for elected
public office much of his life
and is a consummate politician
campaigns rigorously for his
government’s proposal, the
same people say that he is not
being “political”. Does anyone
see something odd with that?

Too often these days, when
one criticises the government,
however deserved that criticism,
government ministers dismis-
sively say: “Well, you know this
is the political season, so you
should expect that.” That’s a
load of crap!

Which season in The
Bahamas is ‘not “political”?
Even during Christmas many
politicians go out with turkey
and ham in hand playing poli-
tics. The fact is that politicians
go to voters and get elected in a
political process making political
promises to do a political job.

When elected, they spend
their time in political office
doing things that they hope will
win them support again when
the next election comes around.
It’s all political.

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improperly by taking money,
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money, what is wrong with that?

God bless that opposition
member for keeping corrupt
souls in check. By the same

token, if some government .

member produces a good pro-
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The fact is that
politicians go to
voters and get
elected in a
political process
making political

promises to doa

political job.



country about it, what’s wrong
with that? Nothing! God: bless
that government member for
doing something good.

et’s stop kidding our--

selves: government is

about politics: Indeed, politics is
the science of government. The
sleazy, superficial, dumb, cor-
rupt, immoral, tricky, deceptive,
ridiculous things that some
politicians do are not “politics”.
- They are sleazy, superficial,
dumb, corrupt, immoral, tricky,
deceptive, ridiculous things that
they. do. Government members
and opposition members are
politicians, frontline politicians.
They are supported by many
backline politicians, called gen-
erals, foot-soldiers and party
supporters. They are all
involved with the political
process of the country and they

all do political things.

What some people mean
when they use the term “polliti-
cal’ negatively i is that people are
being “partisan”. So is parti-
sanship a bad thing? Not really.
If it grinds the system to a halt
so that it can do no good, then
partisanship is bad.

However, if it holds the.sys-
tem under a microscope so that
it can detect its faults and fix
them, then it is all good.

Prime Minister Perry
Christie, all his cabinet. minis-
ters, MPs and Senators are
PLPs. They are all partisan to
the bone. They love the PLP;
they serve the PLP; and they
would like everyone in The
Bahamas to support the PLP.

Does this mean that they can-
not act to do things that serve
all, including FNMs? Of course
not! Indeed, does this mean that
every time they act, they are only
serving PLPs? Absolutely not!

While this writer knows that
they have done many things
that. were purely partisan in
nature, from giving cronies gov-
ernment contracts, appoint-
ments at government corpora-
tions, consultancies and invita-
tions to state functions, he also
knows that they have done
things that were not purely so.

In the same way the Leader
of the Opposition is FNM and
all his MPs and Senators are
FNMs. Does this mean that
every time they act that they
are being partisan? Absolutely
not! Does this mean that they
cannot act simply to do their
duty as Her Majesty’s Loyal
Opposition without some twist-
ed motive? Of course not!

artisanship is the nature
of our democracy. We
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are many different ideas about
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into groups huddled around a
set of these ideas and we call
those groups parties; whether
two or three or four, the fact is
that each political party differ-
ing slightly or significantly in its
vision and approach to national
development becomes partisan
in its perspective.

As such, the parties compete
with each other to win the sup-
port of voters. The more fierce
that competition, the more

: dynamic the democracy and the
' more likely we are to have the
_ best ideas surface.

This writer does not despise
nor apologise for partisanship.
Indeed, I believe that scrutiny
and criticism of the ideas
espoused by all political per-

- sonalities and parties should be

sharper and more clearly dis-
tinguished.
In other words, it should be

‘ clear to the public what the parti-

san differences are between polit-
ical groupix ~s and personalities,

* so that the, can better decide

which they truly want to support.
This notion ot PLP-FNMs, FNM-
PLPs, and Independent-FNMs is
utter rubbish! It is nothing more
than a selfish attempt to have the

. best of both worlds and a sign of

political hedging.

Declare yourself; choose your
side; be men and women of con-
viction so that the public can

_ rightly divide and discern your

stands to be sure if.it agrees
with them or not.

At the end of the day, it’s all
political. What will leave an

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a glass dimly and we perceive
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When the
opposition does
its job the way it
should, some

will cry that it is .

being political.
Well, that is too
bad and too sad
for them.



your best, go to bed, rest your-

self and wait for Jesus to return.
When he does, he will judge
and his judgment will be right.

SO THERE YOU HAVE IT

| et’s be clear. The Christie

administration is seeking
to pass the National Health
Insurance Act at this time for
political gains.

They seek to pass this act so
that it can be one of their cam-
paign trophies. Is that a bad
thing? Not necessarily.

After all, they know that there
will not be any National Health
Insurance benefits to provide
voters when election comes in a
few months, perhaps not even
for a few years. Therefore, the
closest thing to it is an act promis-
ing to provide the same.

Opposition to the National
Health Insurance proposal is
coming first and foremost from
medical professionals who insist
that they have not been ade-
quately or properly consulted.

They have questions - legiti-

..mate questions - about the pro-
posal. However, they will not be

in Parliament where the bill is
being debated, so they have tak-
en their plight to the people so
that the people might put pres-
sure on their representatives in
Parliament to explain themselves
more fully on the proposal.

Is this political? You bet! It is
the good politics that makes a
democracy strong and encour-
ages elected public officials to
put their best foot forward or
have the bad one they put forth
cut off.

he official opposition,

in keeping with its
responsibilities, is. duty-bound
to examine the proposal being
framed in the legislation before

Parliament. If they do their jobs

well, they will tear the bill to —

pieces, looking for its weak-
nesses and bringing them to the
attention of the government
and the people. If they do their
job well, they will be fearless
and unapologetic in their efforts
to ensure that if the bill is
passed by Parliament, it is the
best bill possible.

They should not fall for that
ridiculous excuse that “no
National Insurance Scheme is
perfect”. Perhaps not, but that
does not mean that one should
not strive to make it so. We
pride ourselves on being so
good, so talented, and so cre-
ative; then let us show it by our
diligence in doing what we seek
to do to the best of our ability.

When the opposition does its

job the way it should, some will :
‘cry that it is being political.’

Well, that is too bad and too
sad for them. When food

inspectors find contaminants in.

restaurant dishes or a consumer
minister finds outdated prod-
ucts on grocery store shelves,
no one says that they are being
political; we say that they are
doing their jobs. Do your jobs

‘ people because at the end of

the day, it’s all political anyway.

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of provisions, but received no reply.
However, after medical waste was discovered at Arawak

push to advocate healthier liv-
ing for Bahamians.

He said that policies and
programmes will be created



Cay, the department of environmental health pledged support, with the assistance of the Min-
the report added. , ; : istries of Health, Education
Now, thanks to the emergence of a private firm offering : and Sports with this goal in

_ waste disposal services, the board now feels "in a position"to : mind.

enforce the regulations, however, says the report, the board

anticipates "a great amount of resistance" from many practi- / Rep ort calls

tioners, in this regard.

. The Princess Margaret Hospital has indicated that they are;
"not certain of their capability of total disposal of their waste; for agency
production" at present, the report notes.

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with the regulations at their next inspection, said the report.



a trail of safety issues."

Meanwhile, claimed the
chairman, this individual has
managed to create “an image
of credibility by obtaining sup-
port from some 1¢}!zious and
government leaders."

Another facility is currently
operating purporting to offer.a
therapy for cancer which the
American Cancer Society has, ~
after an extensive investigation,
determined to be unsafe and to
offer no “objective benefit" in

. the treatment of the disease.

The report indicates that nei-
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board has any regulatory or dis-
ciplinary power to deal with
such facilities, and calls for the
introduction of a government
agency "to come forward with
some, controlling
guidelines...concrete directives
(and) information and assis-
tance" for the Board.

-However, the report claims
that the overall number of med-
ical facilities operating: without
licences has been reduced from
22 in 2002 - 2003, to three in
the fiscal year 2004 - 2005.

The chairman put this success -
down to the board's decision to
publicise many facilities’ unli-
censed status in the news media
— which the report says

. brought some facility adminis-
trators "scampering to legit-

. imise their establishments" —
and to more "aggressive" and
persistent contact being made
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Independent MP criticises govt over NHI scheme

FROM page one

but respectfully disagreed with
the plan produced.

If reports were true that the
Bahamas now has anywhere
from 40,000 to 100,000 illegal
immigrants, who would take
care of them under the plan?
Mr Dupuch asked.

“Who is going to take care
of them? There is no use for
us standing here and telling
the Bahamian people that
they will not be taken care of
by us because that’s a bunch
of baloney.

“The government will take
care of them, and where will
the government get the mon-
ey? From us, the taxpayers.
Why don t we face facts, and
face reality and include them
in the bill? Because if we did,
it wouldn’t look too good
then,” he said.

Mr Dupuch, paused to
explain that always when you
encroach on such issues peo-
ple take the “narrow-mind-
ed”. stance that you are
speaking from selfish inter-
ests.

“The report claims that
they will raise something in
the vicinity of $250 million
dollars. But another report
here from the World Bank
says that health expenditure
is $350 million dollars.

“So we are-behind the
eighth ball before we start.
And what is the explanation
for that? How are we going to
collect that extra $100 mil-
lion? And the answer may be
in the contract and terms that
we are going to enforce on
the provider,” he said.

Mr Dupuch said that the
National Insurance Board has
basically been a cash cow
from which to borrow for
every government faced with
shortfalls. He explained that
if when the NHI scheme
comes to pass and the gov-
ernment discovered that they
need more than $100 million
dollars extra, contributors
won’t be paying two and a
half per cent of their monthly
salary, .but. possibly..10



per cent.

Mr Dupuch said that we
have to decide whether or not
we are a capitalist, commu-
nist, or socialist country.

“TI was surprised when I
heard somebody here in gov-
ernment say that private
enterprise could not compete
with the rates they give. I
have never heard such fool-
ishness in all my life. I don’t
doubt that they can, but pri-
vate insurance companies
have to pay staff out of the
money they collect.

“Government can subsidize
this with some taxes from you
to drop the price, to beat the
price, and everybody knows
it. Why lie to the people? If

you like it, tell them what it is.
But, unfortunately, in the
Bahamas we Bahamians will
let free things kill us. When
free things walk in the door,
common sense walks out,” he
said.

Mr Dupuch said that if the
government was sincere
about “helping the poor”
then they should not charge
them under the plan. In fact,
he said, this insurance scheme
does nothing more than pro-
tect the rich.

“You all are taking care of
the rich!” Mr Dupuch
exclaimed, “because you stop

at $60,000 and you’re-taking .

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Mr Dupuch was interrupt-

‘ed by Veronica Owens, PLP

MP for Garden Hills, who
asked Mr Dupuch how he
then expected government to
pay for the scheme.

To this Mr Dupuch
responded: “If she’d sit down,
listen, and learn a little bit I’d
tell her. The poor man would
find it hard to make $200 a
week — and we want to help
the poor man.

“So why do we put that cap
at $60,000 dollars? Why don’t
we get the money he would
be paying from the guy who
makes $100,000 dollars,

$200,000 dears; or $500,000

dollars? All he is doing is pay-
ing at $60,000 dollars. That is

where you'll get the money
from. From the rich. Not the
poor that you are claiming to
support,” he said.

Mr Dupuch asserted that
the plan then can be seen as
one mainly to get votes. How-
ever, he advised Prime Min-
ister Perry Christie that he
has an opportunity to go
down in history as the best
prime minister the Bahamas
has ever had if the NHI
scheme is implemented prop-
erly. However, to do so, he
said, he must not “run with
the crowd”, but be a leader,
to stop, look, and listen and
introduce a programme that
can help the Bahamas be a
model for the world to come.

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national HIV / AIDS Day, and
will be observed in The
Bahamas and around the world
under the theme, “You, Me,
Us... Time to Deliver, Stop
AIDS, Keep the Promise.”

There will be numerous
events that entire week in The
Bahamas to raise awareness of
the scourge which in The
Bahamas affects between 3,300
and 22,000 citizens.

Among these events will be a
presented by the
Bahamas International Film
Festival (BIFF), on Sunday,
December 10, 2006, from 5-6pm
at Galleria 6 JFK in Nassau,
"Panel on HIV/AIDS: An
exploration of the HIV/AIDS
pandemic in the Caribbean.”

This panel will feature some
of the most determined minds
working in The Bahamas and





US against, and bringing aware-
ness to, the disease - Dr Araceli
Castro, director, Harvard Uni-
versity, programme in infectious
diseases and social change;
Wellington Adderley, Bahamas
Network for Positive Living;
Camille Barnett, chair,
Bahamas AIDS Foundation,
moderator; Claus Mueller, pro-
fessor, Graduate Social
Research Program, CUNY.
There will also be screenings
of HIV/AIDS related films by
BIFF throughout the day at the
Galleria 6 JFK in Nassau.

THE ORIGINS OF AIDS
[Les Origines du SIDA] (2003,

‘Canada/France), directed by

Catherine Peix and Peter Chap-

pell. More than 20 years after

the IADS epidemic started, we
still do not know its origins. We
know for sure that: AIDS was





born from contact between
humans and chimpanzees
infected by the Simian Immune-
deficiency (SIV), a virus very
similar to HIV.

But where, when and how did
this devastating contact occur?
Many believe that the answer
is hidden in the research under-
taken by scientist Hilary
Koprowski to find a cure for
the polio epidemic. Between
1957 and 1960, Koprowski
injected his experimental vac-
cine into almost one million
Africans. Evidence shows that
Koprowski used chimpanzees
to manufacture his vaccine. The
scientific community is wrought
with dissension surrounding this
controversy. As the scientific
community’s ethical responsi-
bilities are called into question,
the debate over the origin of
AIDS continues to rage on.

LOVE PHOBIA
[Domabaem] (2006, South
Korea), directed by Kang Ji-
eun and starring Cho Seung-
woo, Kang Hye-jeong, Byeon
Ju-yeon. A couple who knew
each other when they were
younger are reunited, but the
woman seems to keep avoiding
a romantic relationship.

LUCKY (2005, South
Africa), directed by Avie
Luthra. An orphaned boy from
Zululand finds himself home-
less on the streets of Durbin
where his run-in with a racist
old Indian woman turns into a.
bond as an unlikely mother and |’

‘son.

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Youngster

The 2006 Bahamas Interna-
tional Film Festival (BIFF) is
offering children an opportuni-
ty to learn the latest technology

in digital video by making their

own stop-motion 20-second
movie.

This programme will run
from Friday, December 8,
from 4.30-6.30pm, and Satur-
day and Sunday, December 9
and 10 from 2.30pm-4.30pm
and is targeted for children



aged 6-18 years old.

A director’s cut crew will
have Apple laptops in addition
to toys and clay to make the
film. After the film is shot the
crew will teach the children
how to digitally edit, enter
titles, sound effects, voice-overs
and compose their own sound-
track.

After working in this cre-
atively stimulating environment,
they will have the chance to

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burn their film on to a DVD
and take it home!

“Children leave our work-
shops feeling empowered by the
digital technology that they
have had the opportunity to
explore. They are able to trans-
form ideas into digital ideolo-
gies.

“Seeing a crew of six-year-
old film directors present their
stop-motion movie to an audi-
ence of hundreds with confi-

dence and excitement is a pro-
found moment that never
dulls,” states Bryan Goldmintz,
CEO of. operations for The
Director's Cut.

Below is the schedule of
movies during the Kids Fest
programme:

Friday, December 9

4.30pm-6.30pm: Kids Film
Workshop at the Staniel Cay
Room, Beach Towers, at
Atlantis.

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Sandy Cay Room at Atlantis
Beach Towers

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Noon-1pm: Peace Tree at the
Sandy Cay Room at Atlantis
Beach Towers

2.30pm-4.30pm: Kids Film
Workshop at the Staniel Cay
Room, Beach Towers at
Atlantis

4.30pm-6.00pm: Lassie at the

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0 Bahama should suffer
“because they can’t afford health insurance,
_ however this effort should unite us, not divide us

The NCHR represents a cross-section of our nation’s leading business organizations, labour unions
and professional medical groups. We support a National Healthcare Plan because every Bahamian has
a right to healthcare. However, we believe that insufficient information has been provided to the public

- about the proposed National Healthcare Plan. We request that the government release all facts
and allow for meaningful consultation before making a final determination. We all want a plan
that will be financially viable and sustainable for generations to come.



upgrade the present healthcare infrastructure as a first priority

offer healthcare to all Bahamian residents

allow interested parties to be equitable partners in the articulation,
: development and execution of improved healthcare

provide a detailed breakdown of benefits under the system

~ allow the public to choose their insurance carrier and healthcare provider

establish an independent legislated body for the healthcare sector with the power
to address public or healthcare provider concerns and investigate violations
or breaches of the application of the National Health Plan

a financially viable ad sustainable plan that should not diminish or discourage :
the prospect of consistent economic growth, the creation of new jobs, the increase
in entrepreneurial Sppariunires, or create an undue burden on the people of The Bahamas






allow for a phased- in approach to healthcare
giving priority to those areas of public health that are most critical

The nation’s most significant legislation
in decades is being discussed in Parliament.
The Bahamian people need answers before it becomes law.
What’s the rush? Let s get it right.

Members of the National Coalition for Healthcare Reform
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As a civil rights activist, Dr
King championed principles of
human dignity in his native
United States and around the
world.

To honour him, and strength- .

en public understanding of his
impact in the United States and
The Bahamas, the US Embassy
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school students in grades 10
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Instead of wrapping gifts, Kelly’s offers their customers gen-
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the cheque is Denise Darville area manager of Kelly’s House

and Home Centre, Mall at Marathon.
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gramme, Kelly’s House and Home recently made a $500 dona-
tion to the Salvation Army. Receiving the gift on behalf of the
Salvation Army is Major Mary Lee Johnson. Flanking Major
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both head cashiers at Kellys House and Home.
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HB KERZNER donates $25,000 to The AIDS Foundation: Kerzner International executives pre-
sented $25,000 to the AIDS Foundation at the recent 13th annual Red Ribbon Ball held at
Atlantis, Paradise Island. Pictured left to right is Nicole Henderson-Smith of Colinalmperial Insur-
ance; Camille Barnett, President of the AIDS Foundation of the Bahamas; Bernadette Christie,
wife of the Prime Minister of the Bahamas; Montgomery Braithwaite, President Colinalmper-
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~ofight «
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during the 13th Annual Red
Ribbon Ball, held in the’
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Paradise Island on Saturday,
November 25, 2006.

The gala event, which was
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Kerzner International, a Plat-
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patronage of Prime Minister
Perry. Christie and Mrs
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theme, ‘Still Keeping The
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Kerzner International
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Vice President of Public
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General Manager of the
Ocean Club Estates Home-
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AIDS.Foundation over the
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with our partners in the insur-
ance and banking industry.
We are happy to continue to
do this,” said Fields before
an excited audience.

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Palmer stated that, “Kerzn-
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sistent in its commitment to.

working with the. AIDS
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in prevention discussions and
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before a December 14-15 EU
leaders summit, which will
decide the fate of Turkey’s
decades-old membership bid.

“We are in quite a problem-

atic situation,” said Sweden’s
Foreign Minister Carl Bildt.

“Opinions are divided on the

issue.”
- Divisions among EU leaders
were laid bare after the Euro-

pean Commission recommend-.
ed partially halting membership | .

talks to protest of Ankara’s
refusal to extend an agreed-to
customs union with Cyprus and
nine other countries that joined
the EU in 2004.

Prime Minister Tony Blair
called it a “serious mistake” to
send Turkey a negative mes-
sage on membership now, and
Spain’s Jose Luis Rodriguez
Zapatero urged leaders to
“work intensively” to keep the
EU’s doors open to Ankara.

Bildt also criticised the rec-

- ommendation for going too far

and risked destabilising the
region if Europe choses to
freeze its ties with Turkey,
which many see as a strategic
and stable partner in an other-
wise volatile region.

French President Jacques
Chirac said France “was in line
with Germany and other part-
ners” that the EU “has no other

_ choice” given Turkey’s refusal

to adopt a customs pact with the
EU, which would open Turkish
ports to Cyprus — a country that
Ankara refuses to recognise.
Turkey’s Prime Minister
Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted

with dismay.

“Such a decision is unaccept-
able,” private NTV television

quoted Erdogan as saying dur- .

ing a NATO summit in Latvia.
“We will not allow anyone to
trample on our rights,” Egemen

Bagis, an aide to Erdogan, told

NTV. He said Turkish leaders
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suspension.

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the barrels in the background, in the divided capital Nicosia,
Cyprus, on Wednesday. Cyprus and Greece urged the EU to
senda message to Turkey Wednesday but found themselves. tak-
ing a back seat in regional disputes with Ankara for the first time
in a quarter century.

the bloc and potentially dam-
age the EU’s image on the
world stage. Negotiations start-
ed in October 2005.

"We confirm that these nego-
tiations continue, although at a
slower pace,” EU Enlargement
Commissioner Olli Rehn told
reporters. “Failure to meet legal
obligations cannot remain with-
out consequences.”

Rehn added, however, that
Turkey still had time to resolve
the standoff over Cyprus and
avert a firm EU decision to par-
tially freeze the negotiations.

The recommendation, drafted
by Rehn, called on EU govern-
ments not to open negotiations
on issues that touch upon
Turkey’s relations with Cyprus.
‘These include such issues as the
free movement of goods, finan-

cial services, agriculture, fish-

eries, transport policy, customs
union policy and external rela-
tions issues.

They would officially suspend
eight of 35 so-called policy chap-
ters in the negotiations, which
have already effectively been at
a. standstill since September,
after Cyprus, Greece and France

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were expected to last at least a’

decade, and which the EU said
offered “no guarantee” of.even-
tual membership. .

Cyprus, Greece and France
have taken a hard line against
Turkey. in recent months over
the standoff, demanding that
talks be suspended. Britain,

. Sweden and Spain are urging |

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frozen, fearing a rupture in ties
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AZERBAIJAN’S president
on Wednesday rejected claims
he is suppressing dissent, accus-
ing the opposition of politicising
the eviction of a newspaper from
its offices and insisting that free-

dom of speech and the media-

are government priorities,
according to Associated Press.

“There is freedom of speech
and the press in Azerbaijan, and
nobody should doubt it,” Ilham
Aliyev said in a state television
interview.

Azerbaijani authorities threw
a leading opposition newspaper
and political party out of their
offices lac weekend in a move
that was derided by opponents
as part of a campaign to silence
dissent and drew criticism from
the United States and a key
trans-Atlantic security and
democracy group.

The ex-Soviet republic’s Eco-
nomic Court ordered the evic-
tions Friday after the govern-
ment demanded thousands of
dollars (euros) worth of back
rent from the opposition news-
paper Azadliq, which leased a
building in central Baku that
also housed the headquarters

of the Popular Front party and
other organisations.

“The opposition has artifi-
cially politicised such a technical
issue as the move of the news-
paper. Supposedly the Azer-
baijani authorities want to stran-
gle the media,” Aliyev said.
“On the contrary, we have now
created very acceptable and
excellent conditions for the
paper.”

Authorities on Saturday cart-
ed the possessions of Azadliq
from its offices to a building fur-
ther from central Baku, but the
paper’s deputy editor, Ali Rza-
yev, said employees, found the

small space the government -

offered as its new offices occu-
pied by people who refused to
vacate it.

Rzayev said Saturday that
regardless of whether the space
offered by the government was
adequate, the paper does not
want to move there because its
eviction was “a political act that
we will not accept.”

Aliyev’ said that “providing

for the freedom of speech.and _

the press is a priority issue” for
the government.

He also said that the inde-.

pendent TV station ANS, which
was taken off the air Friday,

might be able to resume broad-
casts if it heeds the demands of
the National Broadcasting
Council, which refused to
extend the station’s license.
Station officials said last week
that they had received no offi-
cial notification of the decision
to halt its broadcasts and that
the government had done so

_ without the necessary court

decision. Opposition leaders
said the move was part of a

state campaign against free.

speech.

The United States and the

Vienna, Austria-based Organi-
zation for Security and Coop-
eration in Europe have sharply
criticized the evictions and the
refusal to renew ANS’ license.
The US Embassy said Saturday
that “these actions represent a
severe blow to media freedom
and democratic development in
Azerbaijan.”

Opposition parties and inde-
pendent media outlets have suf-
fered frequent harassment in
the oil-rich Caspian Sea state,
ruled for years by members of
the same family — first by for-
mer Communist boss Geidar
Aliev and now by his son who
was elected in a 2003 vote
denounced by the opposition.



HI BRITAIN’S Prince Charles, left, sits on a throne alongside the Emir of Kano, right, at the.
Emir’s paiace in Kano, Nigeria, on the third day of his West African tour on Wednesday. Prince.
Charles reaffirmed Britain’s commitment to help improve the lives of some of Africa’s poorest
people. Charles spoke of the partnership between the UK and Nigeria to tackle the west African
nation’s pressing social, education and health problems as he toured the north of the country.

Independent commission
says Ethiopia and
Eritrea must accept

border within a year

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The Hague

AN international arbitration
panel ordered Ethiopia and
Eritrea on Wednesday to settle
their long-running border dis-
pute within a year or accept a
boundary drawn up using mod-
erm mapping techniques and
aerial photos, according to
Associated Press.

The independent panel — the
Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary
Commission — issued a binding
ruling on the border in 2002,
but Ethiopia has refused to
implement it. Since then, both
sides have blocked moves to fix
border pillars on the ground,
and have come close to reviving
their armed conflict.

Earlier this month, the border
commission said it was drawing
up maps to clearly show the
border.

“Tt is only possible to demar-
cate a boundary by the fixing
of boundary pillars with the full
cooperation of both the states
concerned,” the panel of five
experts said Wednesday in a
written statement.

"As the Commission evi-
dently cannot remain in exis-
tence indefinitely, it proposes
that the parties should, over the
next 12 months ... consider their
positions and seek to reach
agreement on the emplacement
of (border marking) pillars,” the
commission said.

If the countries fail to agree
on the border, “the Commis-
sion hereby determines that the
boundary will automatically
stand as demarcated by the
boundary points” it has drawn
up.
The commission said that
since neither country was will-
ing to allow construction of pil-
lars marking out the border pro-
posed in 2002, it had resorted
to using aerial photos and mod-
ern techniques to establish a
new boundary, though it

. stressed the new line “does not-

differ significantly” from the
2002 proposal. ;

Relations between Eritrea
and Ethiopia have been
strained since Eritrea gained its
independence from Ethiopia in
1993 following a 30-year guer-
rilla war. 6

The two fought again in 1998-
2000 over the disputed border.
A separate commission issued a
ruling last year blaming Eritrea
for igniting the war when it tried
to seize Badme, a border town
held by Ethiopia. The 2002 bor-
der ruling awarded Badme to
Eritrea.

A UN peacekeeping force
has been monitoring the buffer
zone since a cease-fire agree-
ment was signed.

The commission was set up
by the Permanent Court of
Arbitration, the world’s oldest
international court, which is
based in The Hague.

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the right to park in the meter bay in London. Wednesday Nov. 29, 2006. The rea-
son given is security. as police widen their search for traces of Polonium 210 . More
than three dozen staff at hospitals that treated poisoned former Russian spy
Alexander Litvinenko will be tested for radioactive contamination, Britain's
Héalth Protection Agency said Wednesday. The agency said 106 staff at Barnet
Géneral Hospital and University College Hospital had been assessed for possible
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TENSIONS between Britain and
Russia have been aggravated by the
poisoning death of a former Russ-
ian spy in London — an issue that
could strain sensitive negotiations
on issues as diverse as energy,
NATO expansion, and the nuclear
ambitions of Iran and North Korea,
according to Associated Press.

Britain has been careful not to

blame the Kremlin for the death of
Alexander Litvinenko — a former
KGB agent and fierce critic of Russ-
ian President Vladimir Putin. But
criticism of Putin’s increasing author-
itarianism has intensified since the
poisoning — even within Prime Min-
ister Tony Blair’s Cabinet.
. British legislator Malcolm Bruce
accused Russia on Tuesday of back-
sliding on democracy, human rights
and media freedoms.

“We have.treated Mr. Putin with
too much respect while we have been
watching him pursue these post-Sovi-
et tendencies,” the Liberal Democrat
lawmaker told The Associated Press.
‘“T think we have a situation where
there is a growing realization that
you can’t really trust Russia.”

Hain accused Putin over the week-
end of “attacks on individual liberty
7. and on democracy” — some of the
strongest government comments
against the: Russian leader since
Litvinenko’s death from the radioac-
tive substance polonium-210.

The diplomatic situation has not
been helped by the cloak-and-dag-
ger intrigue surrounding Litvinenko’s
death, which has made it a front-
page story for weeks. The dramatic
tale has generated a flurry of edito-
rials cautioning the British govern-
ment to beware of the Kremlin, its
former Cold War adversary.

- Before his death, Litvinenko told
police he believed he was poisoned
Nov. 1 while investigating the Octo-
ber killing of Russian journalist
Anna Politkovskaya, another critic
of Putin’s government. The ex-spy
was moved to intensive care after his
hair fell out, his thra
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After his death, which also threw a
spotlight back onto Politkovskaya’s
killing, high doses of polonium, a
radioactive isotope usually manu-
factured in specialized nuclear facil-
ities, were found in Litvinenko’s
body.

“This is one hiccup in a fit of hic-
cups,” a British government official,
who refused to be named because
he is not authorized to speak to the
media, told The Associated Press on
Tuesday. “It’s difficult when you see
the headlines everyday. It’s even
more difficult to convince the Rus-
sians that we have no control over
the media.”

Critics

Relations between Russia and
Britain have been rocky since the
end of the Cold War, largely because
London has given a safe haven to
some of the fiercest and wealthiest
critics of the Kremlin. Some of Lon-
don’s growing dominance as a lead-
ing financial capital has been due to
its ability to attract billionaire oli-
garchs who fell out of favor with the
Putin regime.

Most notable among them is Boris
Berezovsky, a self-exiled, tycoon,
Kremlin critic and friend of Litvi-
nenko who is wanted in Russia on
money-laundering charges. Litvi-

‘nenko was granted political asylum ~

here in 2000. And Akhmed Zakayev,
a representative of late Chechen
rebel chief Aslan Maskhadov, also
lives in London.

But energy and security concerns
mean any diplomatic fallout over
Litvinenko’s death is likely to be
short-lived.

Europe’s dependence on Russia’s
vast oil and natural gas reserves has
caused Western leaders to shy away
from pressuring Putin too hard over
human rights issues. At an EU-Rus-
sia summit last week,, Litvinenko’s
death was barely mentioned.

“For energy, for the expansion of ©

NATO, for the future of the Euro-
pean Union where Russia continues
to exert some control.over the

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official told AP. “We look at the
relationship in terms of.a broader
EU approach.”

Russia is also a key player on the
U.N. Security Council, where it is a
veto-wielding permanent member

whose cooperation is needed in any °

major world initiative concerning
North Korea and Iran, which has
been defying demands that it cease
enrichment of uranium, which can
be used in nuclear weapons.

“No resolution is going to be effec-
tive unless the Russians agree to it,”
the British diplomat said.

Alex Pravda, a Russia expert at
the London-based Chatham House
think tank, said Litvinenko’s death
has “cooled” relations between
Britain and Russia but doubted it
would have a long-term effect on
core diplomatic relations.

“This will pass. But it doesn’t
help,” he said.

Russian Foreign Ministry
spokesman Andrei Krivtsov said the
diplomatic divide has been inflated
by the media.

“There is.a hullaballoo in the press
— a lot is being written and said
about it,” Krivtsov told the AP. “But
to say that this topic overshadowed
Russia’s negotiations with its West-
ern partners — there are no grounds
for that.”

Cabinet leaders have held emer-
gency meetings since the death over
public concerns about the death. Sev-
eral sites across London have report-
ed traces of radiation and a handful
of people have reported symptoms
consistent with radiation poisoning.
Opposition leaders have also
demanded that the government
explain how the deadly nuclear mate-
rial used to poison Litvinenko found
its way into Britain.

Blair said Tuesday en route to the
NATO summit in Latvia that inves-

' tigators.were determined to solve

the mystery of Litvinenko’s death.
' “T haven’t spoken to President
Putin, but I will do so at any time it is

appropriate,” Blair said in Copen- |

hagen, Denmark.
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PAGE 34, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006

view with a 20 year veteran

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non-conventic inal way is Rey,

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH MANY
MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS. WHAT HAS BEEN
YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE DIFFERENT CULTURES
AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE BEEN REPRESENTED OVER. THE
PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST FAVORABLE
EXPERIENCE?

Q. WE ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE;
WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO COME AND JOIN THE CBL TEAM 20
YEARS AGO?

A. Being a recent rade of the College of The Bahamas in the
engineering field, I was looking for a challenging career working
in the industrial environment. I must admit that the choices were
limited to B.E.C., the hotel industry or light manufacturing. Then
an opportunity presented itself to learn something new; they were
building a brewery and looking for technical personnel. This was
what I was looking at as an avenue to break away from the status
quo, to step into new industry as far as The Bahamas was
concerned, And as the saying goes “the rest is history."

Q. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER YEAR?
A. The question for me can be answered very simply; it is the
constant change in technology which leads to the change and
upgrade of equipment. I find the training, installing and repairing
these new equipments challenging and rewarding.

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Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GROWN OVER THE YEARS, DO
YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO
GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?
A. For me this answer has to be yes. I joined CBL as a Jr.
Electrician and today I am the Engineering Manager. This is quite
an opportunity to grow.

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Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH MANY
MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS. WHAT HAS BEEN
YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE DIFFERENT CULTURES
AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE BEEN REPRESENTED OVER THE
PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST FAVORABLE EXPERI-
ENCE?
A. My experience is you have to be flexible not piled. Open

“tHE CBL TEAM 20.YEARS AGO?

of different cultures and personalities.

profession,

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GROWN OVER

_ A. The days when GM- Mr. Veersteg used to have staff General

Meetings at South Ocean because in those days we did not have
_a meeting facility! Our GMs always did what was necessary to
make our lives comfortable, they still do today.

Q. Wuar HAS BEEN YOUR CAREER PATH me at CBL? Deratr
YOUR JOURNEY.

A. [Industrial Mechanic] My career path journey at CBL has

been challenging as an Industrial Mechanic, and now Mechanic

Supervisor; throughout the years, I decided to try my best to dedl AGAIN?
with and overcome those challenges, by keeping mS headtothe A. Yes
ground end moving. to bea

-Q. WHat. HAVE you ENJOYED Most OVER THE ean
A. Over the years, I have enjoyed the challenges that come.
along with training and the opportunity to work for a Brewery.

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all over ar again,

~Q. We ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE; WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO COME AND JOIN

Q. What Has BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER YEAR?
‘A. My motivation year after year has been the chailenaite projects, new machinery and a love for my

OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?
A. Yes because 1 I have had the opportunity to travel abroad for training and also receive training on the job.

Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN THE
YEARS THAT LIE AHEAD?

A. Being the only Brewery in the Bahamas at this time, I think
Commonwealth Brewery will experience some competition in
the years that lie ahead. Competition is the name of the game
today, and conipetitors are rising up.

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE,
FORTITUDE, FORTHRIGHTNESS AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE IN y//
20 YEARS AT CBL. - : if
KEEP REACHING FOR THE STARS! JOB WELL DONE.

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Q. WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED MOST OVER THE YEARS?

A. What I have enjoyed was the opportunity to travel from
Atlanta, California, Holland, Indiana, St. Lucia and Vietnam. The
main purpose for these trips was for training; however, it gave me
the opportunity to experience different cultures which most
certainly was an enjoyable experience.

Q. WouLp you RECOMMEND COMMONWEALTH BREWERY TO UP
AND COMING HIGH POTENTIALS FOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY?
Wuart 1s CBL’s STRONGEST SELLING POINT FROM YOUR PERSPEC-
TIVE?

A. Yes I would. CBL is the type of ecniniany that if you are willing,
dedicated and have a level of flexibility, you can experience great
opportunities.

Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN THE YEARS

"(THAT LIE AHEAD?

A. I envision the company being run entirely by Bahamians,
maintaining world class brewing standards. In addition to taking its
products not only to a few U.S. states, but to all and to all the
islands in the Caribbean.

Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO. YOUR COLLEAGUES THAT
WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR CBL EXPERIENCE?

_A. Like life, you get out what you put in; 15% in 15% out, 8 80% in

80% out, need I say more.

Q. HINDSIGHT BEING 20/20, WOULD YOU DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN?
A. Life is never perfect and of course if I had the opportunity to do
it again I would change a few things...but then again perhaps not.

OK, it was not all perfect but the imperfection is what has made my. /

experience unique, I wouldn' t change anything, and. L would do it),

Coxorarutarions ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE,

A. The new technology that was going to be a part of the Brewery and the opportunity to work wey people

THE YEARS, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE AFFORDED THE

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Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR COLLEAGUES »
THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR CBL EXPERIENCE?

A. To further enhance my colleagues experience, I would
advise them to really have a love for his/her job; get facts in
order to execute a task rather than relying on assumptions and
to always be to work on time.

Q. HINDSIGHT BEING 2.0/2.0, WOULD YOU DO IT ALL OVER

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Q. WE ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE; WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO
COME AND JOIN THE CBL TEAM 20 YEARS AGO?
A. The new technology that the Brewery was bringing to The Bahamas.

Q. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER veKn?
A. The mindset of improving myself along with the technological changes of uhee equipment.

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GROWN OVER THE YEARS, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE
AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?

A. Yes. The training to enhance my mechanical and welding skills in order to perform at a
professional standard.

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH

MANY MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS.

WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE
st ae DIFFERENT CULTURES AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE
BEEN REPRESENTED OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS
BEEN YOUR MOST FAVORABLE EXPERIENCE?
A. In general, my experience has been good in interact-
ing with the different cultural personalities. My most
favorable experience was being afforded the opportunity
to train at the G.T.I Welding Plant in The Netherlands.

" Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN
THE YEARS THAT LIE AHEAD?
A. Diversifying its product line to include soft drinks
complementing Vitamalt and Vitamalt Plus.

Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR
COLLEAGUES THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR,

DETAIL YOUR JOURNEY. CBL EXPERIENCE? ~ ‘
“oat _ ~< A. Semi-skilled Welder to Welder; Mechanical Fitter, A. To appreciate the now CBL experience; embrace the
viel _€ : tee Pipe Fitter, Fabricator, Certified Tig Welding, Stainless challenges that promote growth; develop a positive

Steel Specialist, ].C.C Representative and now Union mental attitude toward your work; whatever your
Shop Steward. 2 hands find to ee do it as unto the Lord.

Q. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR CAREER PATH WHILE AT CBL?

OQ. HINDSIGHT BEING 20/20, WOULD YOU Do IT ALL
OVER AGAIN?
A. Yest ould

Q. WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED MOST OVER THE YEARS?: |
A. The opportunities to grow to your fullest potential.
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Q. We ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE; WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO
Shae ! COME AND JOIN THE CBL TEAM 20 YEARS AGO?
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iputetees and learn different things from CBL everyday. 8,
Q. WHat HAS BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER YEARP +, a :
A. My motivation year after year was interacting with new ‘team ieniliers and managers.
It was a joy meeting different people and learning different things.

Q. ComMOonWEALTH BREWERY HAS. GROWN OVER THE YEARS, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE
AEFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?

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my department.

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-Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN
MANY MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS. THE YEARS THAT LIE AHEAD?
WHat HAS BEEN YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE A.. I [Malachi Reckley] envision this company in the
DIFFERENT CULTURES AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE BEEN _ year’s that lie ahead with even more success.
REPRESENTED OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS BEEN
YOUR MOST FAVORABLE EXPERIENCE? Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR
A. My most favorable experience was learning we are all COLLEAGUES THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR CBL
different people and we came to learn and respect each — EXPERIENCE?
others cultures and personalities. A. My advice would be to learn and take aiausage of
. everything that you can learn and achieve at CBL. Hard
Q. Wat HAS BEEN YOUR CAREER PATH WHILE AT CBL? “work here pays off in the end for you and your family.
DETAIL YOUR JOURNEY.
A. Thave always wanted to become an Engineer and I. Q. HINDSIGHT BEING 26/20, WOULD YOU DO IT ALL
hope to become Chief Engineer one day at CBL. lam OVER AGAIN?
presently and have been a line technician. A. Yes I would and I wouldn't change anything pecause
it was a blessing being here.



Q. WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED MOST OVER THE YEARS? :

A. Over the years I enjoyed the seminars, the events and CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE,

the hard work. 1 enjoy meeting new members of staff and I FORTITUDE, FORTHRIGHTNESS AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE —

enjoy working here at CBL for 20 a sO AN 20 wears Ar CBL. |
KEEP REACHING FOR THE STARS! JOB WELL DONE.

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NHI Bill: ‘We cannot _
afford to miscalculate’ «airs

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

he Bahamas “can-

not afford a mis-

calculation” of the

proposed National

Health Insurance
(NHI) plan’s true costs, the
National Coalition for Health-
care Reform said last night @ th
the business community incfeas-
‘ ingly worried about the “exces-
sive and onerous” penalties they
face in the Bill.

In an open letter to the
Bahamian people, the Coalition
warned that other countries
where similar NHI schemes had
been implemented - such as the
UK and Canada - the costs of
financing healthcare had ulti-
mately “‘spiralled out of control”
due to a combination of rising
costs for medical technology and
an ageing population.

The Coalition said it was still

Coalition concerned on excessive penalties compared to labour
laws; accuses Clause 14 of regulating ae contracts

waiting to receive from the Min-
istry of Health and other gov-
ernment agencies information
that was critical in helping it,
and the Bahamian people, judge
whether the Government’s pro-
posed scheme was financially
sustainable over the long-term
(see other story on Page 1B).

The Coalition said: “We could
find ourselves in the same kind
of situation [as the UK and
Canada]. Then it will be deter-
mined that the 5.3 per cent tax is
insufficient, and: the tax will be
increased or services to the pub-
lic will need to be curtailed. Our
country cannot afford such a
miscalculation.”

Tt added that as currently pro-

posed, the Government’s NHI.

Bill would “lock us into a flawed
approach”.

Meanwhile, The Tribune has
learned that the Bahamian busi-
ness community has become
increasingly concerned about
the penalties the NHI Bill pro-
poses to impose on employers
who fail to obtain the Govern-
ment’s permission to amend
their private group health insur-
ance plans for staff so there is no
overlap with NHI.

- The penalty for this, as envis-
aged by the Bill, is a fine of
$10,000 and/or imprisonment for
five years, something Bahami-
an employers: believe is exces-
sive and much harsher than the
penalties employers could suf-

in,2001. :

The Employment Act, Mini-
mum Wages Act and Health
and Safety at Work Act do not
include any penalties involving
jail time,.and the maximum fine
is $10,000.- something employ-
ers believe should be the same
in the NHI legislation.

Winston Rolle, a consultant
to the Coalition and former
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce president, said yesterday
of the NHI penalties: “From the
business person’s perspective,
and given the comparatives of
what type of penalties are, out-
lined in the labour laws, they’re

nowhere near what’s in ‘place.

here.

addressed in the abou: Acts:
that would suffice that do not

‘need to be stipulated i in | this leg:

islation:”
And, again, both the Coali-

tion and private sector:are. |

understood to be calling for the
removal of Clause 14 of the NHI

- Bill in its entirety, one source

saying it was viewed as taking

away the constitutional rights of

employers and employees “to

- negotiate the terms:and condi-
_ tions of their employment”.
The business community:

believes that is simply not nec-
essary for Bahamian companies
to obtain the Government’s Pet

fer under the labour laws passed °

“There are a number of things

SEE page 6B



Charter firms bank
minister’s fishing limits

H By CARA BRENNEN-
BETHEL,
‘ Tribune Business —
Reporter

THE proposed reductions in-
catch limits for sports fishing ,

vessels will take effect from New
Year 2007, Agriculture and
Fisheries Minister, Leslie Miller,
announced yesterday,a move
backed by many Bahamians in
the industry.

The new limits, which Mr
‘Miller said will also include a
ban on all sports fishing for
conch, is an attempt to elimi-
nate foreign fishermen from tak-
ing advantage of Bahamians
fishing resources.

The amendments, which will.

come into effect on January 1,
2007, are:

* From the existing six craw-
fish per person to six per vessel.

* From six conchs per person
to prohibiting the catching of
conch

* From 20 pounds of demer-
sal fish, such as groupers and
snappers, per person to 20

SEE page 10B





LESLIE MILLER |

Emerald Bay resort
owners mull options

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE owners of Exuma’s
Four Seasons Emerald Bay
resort are continuing to search
for a buyer for the propegty or
new investors with additional
capital, after a potential deal
involving a private equity con-
sortium, fell through, sources
told The Tribune yesterday.

Discussions are underway
concerning Emerald Bay’s
future ownership, The Tribune
has been told, although nothing
has been decided yet. Kevin
Clemente, Emerald Bay’s pres-
ident and chief executive, has
not returned this newspaper’s
numerous phone messages seek-
ing comment.

One source yesterday said of
Emerald Bay: “They’re putting
it up for sale.” However, it is
unclear at this point whether the
ownership group has decided
upon a sale or an attempt to
attract new investor capital.

The Tribune:revealed in May
2006 that two private equity
firms, Whitehall Street Real
Estate Funds and Rockpoint,
had signed a Letter of Intent to
acquire Emerald Bay, but the
deal did not progress beyond

Sale or attracting new
investors contemplated

the initial due diligence...

Whitehall acts as the vehicle
for all private equity real estate
investments made by Wall
Street investment bank Gold-
man Sachs, and was part of the
buyout group put together by
Sol and his son, the later Butch
Kerzner, that took Kerzner
International private.

The Four Seasons Emerald
Bay resort was the first so-called
‘anchor’ property to open in the
Family Islands, having been
approved by the former FNM
administration and opening in
November 2003 under Prime
Minister Perry Christie’s gov-
ernment. .

The resort has acted as Exu-
ma’s main economic engine,
attracting additional foreign
direct investment to the island.
It employs almost 500 staff, and
features an 18-hole Greg Nor-
man Golf Course, two restau-
rants, three pools, spa, six meet-
ing rooms and 450-person

SEE page 10B

NHI to ‘lock us into flawed programme’

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE Government’s proposed National Health

._Insurance (NHI) Bill “will lock us into a flawed

approach” to financing healthcare in the Bahamas,
the National Coalition for Healthcare Reform
warned yesterday, removing an employer and
employee’s “right to choose” who provided this.

In‘an open letter to the Bahamian people, the
Coalition urged that rather than rush the Bill
through Parliament this month, the Government
would do better to defer it until there had been
sufficient time to analyse and comment on it.

As written, the Coalition warned that the Bill
would “take away an employee's right to choose,
requiring that they pay for two plans - the Gov-
ernment's plan and their privately insured plan”,
and “impose stiff fines and penalties for non-
compliance”.

It added that the Bill would “allow for increas-
es in contribution rates by employers and employ-
ees with relative ease every three years, when

there i is no guarantee that existing and projected
costs and programme management details are
made public on a timely basis”...

The Coalition said the proposed legislation did
not hold the Government accountable for pro-
viding timely and annual audits and actuarial
reviews, and making them public, and did not
provide for enough medical and business profes-
sionals to sit on the Commission charged with
administering the NHI plan.

In addition, no provision had been made for a
Health Ombudsman, or independent body estab-
lished in statute, that would deal with health care
provider or public concerns relating to NHI, par-
ticularly cost and the quality of service.

The Coalition said details on the proposed NHI

plan had been “sorely lacking”, with the Gov-

ernment having given many presentations about
what it was going to do and providing generalities.
Yet, it argued, this did not constitute true con-

SEE page 13B

Brazilian
bank

Bahamas
financial

institution

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

A BAHAMIAN financial

institution has been sold by

Bank of America, one of the
world’s largest financial services
groups, to a Brazilian conglom-

erate in a $155 million deal that .

also involves a Miami-based
affiliate.’
BankBoston Trust Company,

which is based in Charlotte

House on the corner of Char-
lotte and Shirley Streets, has
been sold to Investimentos Itau
in a deal that also includes the

' purchase of BankBoston Inter-

national.

John Yiannacopoulos, a Bank
of America spokesman, yester-
day told The Tribune that it was

likely that all BankBoston Trust .

Company’s Bahamian staff
would stay with the bank and
become. part of the Investimen-
tos Itau set-up:

He said: “We anticipate,

although the decision has yet to.

be made, that the majority of
our associates will transition to
Itau as. well.”

i)

Mr Yiannacopoulos said -*}

Bank of America did not reveal
staff numbers at any of its insti-
tutions as a matter of policy.

“However, combined, Bank-
Boston Trust Company and its
Miami affiliate had $3.7 billion
in client assets under manage-
ment and.administration, and a
total of 5,500 client relation-
ships.

BankBoston Trust Compa-
ny’s main client market is Latin
America, providing private
wealth management, asset pro-

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lease terms

A LEASE is a contractual
agreement between the land-
lord (the person renting out the
business space) and the tenant
(the person/entity to whom the
business space is rented), which
outlines the duration of the
rental agreement, rental
amount, and terms and condi-
tions of the tenancy. The latter
will include any and all restric-

tions, duties, rights, responsi-.

bilities and obligations of both
parties.

A lease may also be for a
short, or long term. However,
there are certain characteristics
that must exist for a lease to be
considered a valid lease.

1. The tenant must have the
right to exclusive possession of
the premises that is-the subject
of the lease. If the person grant-
ing the lease remains in general
control of the demised premis-
es, no tenancy is created.

Additionally, if there is no
defined premises for the lease,
only a contractual obligation to
provide storage for goods with
no defined space, this arrange-
ment would be considered a
mere licence and not a tenancy,
notwithstanding language in the

tenancy document indicating

the intention to create a lease.
2. A lease cannot be for an
uncertain period.
3. A lease must also be creat-
ed in the proper way, following

the relevant legal formalities,
particularly if it is a lease to cre-
ate.a legal estate (which should
be made by deed for enforce-
ability and assignment).

Types of Commercial

Leases

1. A lease may be granted for
a fixed period of certain dura-
tion, whether short or long
term. However, both the com-
mencement and duration of the
lease must either be certain - or
be rendered certain - before the
lease takes effect. A lease for a
fixed period automatically
determines when the fixed-peri-
od expires on the lease.

2. A yearly tenancy is one
that continues from year to year
indefinitely until terminated by
proper notice, notwithstanding
the death of the landlord or ten-
ant, or the assignment of inter-

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3. Generally, a yearly tenancy
may be created by implication
in instances where a person
occupies premises with the own-
er’s consent, particularly in cir-
cumstances where a tenancy
was intended, and rent charged
or measured for a year is paid
and accepted, unless there is
evidence that a different type
of tenancy was intended.

4, Monthly, weekly and other

" periodic tenancies may also be

created in the same way as year-
ly tenancies, whether by express
agreement or inference. This
happens when payment and
acceptance of rent is
charged/measured for a month,
a week or quarter, and the par-
ties intended there to be a ten-
ancy.

5. A tenancy at will is where a
tenant, with the consent of the
landlord, occupies premises as a

tenant on terms that either par-.

ty may terminate the tenancy
at any time. Unless parties
under a tenancy at will agree
that the tenancy will be rent
free, the landlord is entitled to
some compensation for use and
occupation of the premises. A

‘tenancy at will terminates when~ - ‘
either the landlord or the tenant’ /

does any act that is incongru-
ent with the continuance of the
tenancy (either party gives
notice to terminate the tenan-

cy).

General Provisions of
. a Commercial Lease

In addition to the parties,
premises, rent and duration, a
commercial lease should speci-
fy the rights, duties, responsi-
bilities and obligations of the
landlord and tenant (and in
some instances, the sub-tenant).
The parties may also agree by
bound the ‘usual covenants’.

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BUSI |
Investor aims to be ‘fully

operational’ by Q2 2007

A WIRELESS product man-
ufacturer is aiming to have its
proposed Grand Bahama plant
“ fully operational” by the 2007
second quarter, the company
said yesterday.

Pegasus Wireless Corpora-
tion, said it hoped to open a
190,000 square-foot Grand
Bahama facility, which it claims
will ultimately create some 280
jobs, in February, 2007 for light
assembly.

Jasper Knabb, Pegasus chief -

executive, said in a statement:
“We at Pegasus have enjoyed a
large amount of growth over the
past year, and have introduced
many products that are in high
demand from individual con-
sumers as well as businesses
worldwide.

“We realised the need. to
expand our manufacturing oper-
ations, and put a great deal of
time and consideration into the
location of our next venture.
Grand Bahama posed a won-
derful geographic vantage point
for us, as it expands our capa-
bilities into the Western Hemi-
sphere, and we are looking for-
ward to working closely with the
Bahamian government. to
ensure that this is a beneficial

endeavour for all parties

involved."

However, sources in Grand
Bahama have expressed doubt
that Mr Knabb will hit his open-
ing deadlines.

He is looking at two locations
- the old Home Centre building
on Peel Street, as well as 10
acres of land off Queen’s High-

way, as an alternative location ~

for the new plant.

The Peel Street property is in
need ‘of serious structural repairs
following the damage it suffered
from Hurricane Frances in Sep-

tember 2004, while the Queen’s .
Highway site is currently vacant _

land with no property on it.

Therefore, Mr Knabb has
plenty of construction work to
do, which some believe will take
a year to complete at best.

“We are currently working .

with First Caribbean Bank...and
the technology we will be bring-

ing is around $15 to $20 mil-
lion,” Mr Knabb said of his
plans last week.

Mr Knabb said the company
will be targeting young students
to employ and.train at the
Freeport plant.

The company, he said, will
start with light manufacturing
and assembly for the first 60
days in February and March,
and then move on to board lev-
el, building electronics just like
in China and Taiwan.

Mr Knabb said Grand
Bahama would be known as the
next “silicon island.”

“We think we are going to
have great success with your
youth. My goal is to establish

an education tour...talking to -

the schools,” he said.

- Mr Knabb, who has more
than 15 years experience in high
tech industry, said the compa-
ny recently launched a new rev-
olutionary wireless video
streaming technology that is not
made by anyone else in the
world.

He demonstrated the new
technology to Prime Minister
Perry Christie, who was very
impressed by the new cutting
edge technology of video
streaming with wireless moni-
tor.

“We literally cut the monitor
cable, which is a very significant
milestone in technology. In
2004, we were streaming video,
and in 2005 we had refined the
product enough to be able to
have a wireless monitor.

“In January, 2006, I showed
for the first time to the world,
true DVD quality streaming
video. On October 1, that video
streaming shipped internatian-
ally, and I am pleased to say that

three days ago, the US domestic.

version of streaming video just
began to ship, and the signifi-
cance of this is very simple, no-
one else on the planet can do
this.

“We are the only ones and we
have stirred up quite a bit in the
US with this,” said Mr Knabb.

“Six months ago, our compa-
ny decided to expand its manu-
facturing and we were getting
ready to open a plant in Mexico.
We currently have manufactur-
ing facilities in Taiwan and Chi-
na, but due to location and gov-
ernment policies, we have not

-been pleased with these facili-

ties.

“T had the great fortune of
meeting your Prime Minis-
ter...and we started discussions
of bringing our manufacturing
here i in the Bahamas, si ne said.

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Dump Truck Drivers
Excavator Operators
Dozer Operators
General Labourers

Nassau Office

Airport Industrial Park
Po Box Cb 10990
Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: (242) 377-6351
Fax: (242) 377-2193

Abaco Office

Airport Roundabout

P.O. Box AB-20184

Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 367-3956

Fax: (242) 367-3959



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esb consultants limited _
: Presently considering applications (or
FULL-TIME
ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS

Looking for candidates with:

. Some experience with drafting and the creation of construction
documents.

. Working knowledge of the AutoCAD software.

. Autodesk Land Desktop experience is a plus.

Responsibilities include:

1. The drafting and creation of construction documents.
2. Assisting Engineers on site with supervision and management duties.

Candidates should be hard working and be able to handle a number of
projects simultaneously. csb consultants limited is a team orientated
company, and potential employees should be capable of adapting to this
philosophy.

All interested candidates should email there resumes to:

mark@csbconsultantslimited.com
OR fax to: (242) 325-7209 ATTN: Mr. Mark Williams



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Brazilian bank
acquires Bahamas
financial institution

FULL COLOR| ”"”"”
PRESSMAN
Needed

‘ tection and estate planning ser-
vices to high net worth individ-
uals and institutions from that
region.

Mr Yiannacopoulos said
BankBoston Trust Company’s
sale was linked to a changé in
strategy by Bank of America
that was announced in May this
year.

He explained that Bank of
America had decided to exit its

_ traditional BankBoston con-
sumer banking branch busi-

‘nesses in Brazil, Chile and
Uruguay, a move that had.a
knock-on effect for the private
wealth management services
that it offered to the Latin
American region.

“As a result of that
announcement, our focus in
these markets changed dramat-
ically in terms of size and scale,”
Mr Yiannacopoulos said.

Added

He added that Bank of
America felt its private wealth
“management clients in Latin
America would be better served
by a large institutions, that had
the scale and on-ground pres-
ence to meet their needs, taking
the decision to sell its Bahamas-
based subsidiary to serve what it
perceived as its clients best

_ interests.

Bank of America sold its
BankBoston operations in
Brazil to Itau for $2.2 billion in
May 2006, and the disposals of

‘ the Chile and Uruguay opera-
tions followed in September, in
exchange for $650 million in
stock in Itau.

Bank of America’s interest in
Itau now stands at 11.5 per cent.

Bank of America inherited
the Bahamian BankBoston -
Trust Company in 2004, when it §
acquired FleetBoston Financial ©

. Corporation, then its ultimate
parent.

HIGH QUALITY WORK ONA
5 COLOR HEIDELBERG

(minimum 5 years experience)

Call: 394-8667

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Congratulations!!!! This certificate entitles you to
receive $20.00 off the cost of any TATTOO, BODY
PIERCING, PERMANENT-MAKE UP, GOLD/

. PLATINUM CAPS AND TEETH GRILLS

Thank you for your business
this year and
MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Call 394-8144 to make an appointment
This certificate expires on December 7, 2006.

Bloch International is the leading provider of specialty dancewear. It.is based in Sydney, Australia
with sales and distribution to specialty retailers in the U.S. and Europe in addition to a manufacturing
operation in Bangkok, Thailand. bloch International is in the process of setting up operations in
The Bahamas and is seeking an

INTERNATION AL SALES MANAGER

SUMMARY OF THE POSITION

The International Sales Manager will have full responsibility for developing and implementing .
sales strategies that will generate sales growth and contribute to the achievement of business
objectives. ;

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES and DUTIES
Product, Program and Service Delivery

*- Develop, focus on and consistently achieve sales. targets
* Ensure regular and accurate feedback gleaned from customers - both internal and external
- is provided and effectively integrated with product planning process
- * Develop strong relationships with distributors and major customers
¢ Identify new customers and markets for expansion
e Evaluate existing sales networks with a view to improving and maximizing opportunities

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° Prepare sales budgets, report sales and close THOHIISHNE of expenses
Business Systems and Processes

° Liaise closely with marketing staff and Gremuons Planning Manager
People and Growth

¢ Ensure professional and personal development is undertaken

¢ Work with the senior management team to identify and determine sales/acquisition
opportunities

* Contribute to the culture of organisational efficiency and effectiveness by acting ethically,
honestly and fairly at all times

The successful candidate will have

Significant experience in the sales and marketing function of a highly branded global
business, preferably in footwear or the action sports industry

. Knowledge or experience in global wholesale or distribution
Marketing, MBA or equivalent business qualification
Exceptional sales and marketing ability demonstrated thrdugh results and a track record
of achievement and innovation
Proven ability in development of comprehensive marketing strategies
Self starter with the ability to work both independently and as part of a senior management
team
Exceptional communication and relationship building skills
Strong negotiation skills
The ability to work effectively in diverse markets with a wide range of customers at different
levels with a variety of goals, objectives and needs

° The ability to travel extensively internationally

COMPENSATION

The position offers a competitive salary plus incentive bonus based on performance and pension, |
insurance and other benefits.

Interested candidates should submit their resume by 4 December 2006 to:

Clifford A. Johnson
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Providence House
East Hill Street
P.O. Box N-3910
Nassau, Bahamas
pwcbs@bs.pwe.com



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PM to speak
at upcoming

conference

PRIME Minister Perry
_ Christie will be the keynote
speaker at the 16th annual
Bahamas Business Outlook
‘conference, which is scheduled
‘for January 9, 2007.
The forthcoming Business
*, Outlook is themed Economic
3" Year 2007: Opportunities, Plans
- and Outcomes, and will be held
at the Radisson Cable Beach
-'t Resort, beginning at 8.30am.
c% Joan Albury, conference
4's coordinator and president of
The Counsellors Ltd, said:
‘. “We are very pleased to bring
Bahamas Business Outlook
+" +'back home to New Providence,
“+ after taking it to the islands of
Abaco and Exuma recently.

Outlook

“The first ever Exuma Out-

_ look surpassed our expecta-
’, tions: the presentations were
‘excellent, some 200 people par-
eipated and the venue, the
~. Four Seasons Resort, was first-

“class.

_ “Abaco was also an out-
* . Standing success. We seem now
jr, to have outgrown the facility
;». we have used there for the past

"three years. The number of

ue t

people interested in these Out-

‘looks continues to increase.
We are very proud of this.”
. To register, or to find out
: ,more about Bahamas Business
Outlook in Nassau and the
- |Family Islands, contact Eileen
Fielder at The Counsellors Ltd,
*242-322-7505/6, e-mail: efield-
* er@thecounsellorsltd.com or
“register
D> - www.tclevents.com

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Royal Bank of Canada Tasks.
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pleased to announce that on
December 4, 2006 it will be
changing its place of business to

Royal Bank

of Canada
Trust Company
is on the move

Bayside Executive Park

Floor 2, Building #3

Blake Road and West Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas

Tel: (242) 702 5900
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NHI Bill: ‘We cannot afford to miscalculate’ —

FROM page 1B

mission to amend their private
group health plans for staff, to
ensure there is no overlap with
the benefits package offered by
NHI.

Clause 14 (1) of the NHI Bill
says that despite any agree-
ment a Bahamian employer
may have in place regarding
the provision of group health

insurance for his workers with
a trade union representing
them, or in their contracts of
employment, “every employ-
er is entitled to modify..... the
rate of contributions payable”
under this scheme, to elimi-
nate any duplication and
“overlap” of benefits with the
proposed NHI scheme.

Apart from the fact that this
seems to allow employers to

SLUTS tots

arbitrarily tear up any con-
tracts and agreements made
over the provision of private
health insurance for their staff,
the following clause, 14 (2), of
the Bill stipulates that “no
employer shall make any mod-
ification [to their private group
coverage] without obtaining
the prior written approval of
the Minister”. To obtain this
approval, all relevant informa-

Nutritionals

GENCE UNIT (the’’FIU”’)

_ PUBLIC NOTICE |

Pursuant to Section 16(1)(b) of The Financial
Intelligence Unit Act, 2000, the Public is hereby
notified that the FIU intends to issue its Revised
Suspicious Transaction Guidelines Relating to

the Prevention of Money Laundering and the
Financing of Terrorism. _

Financial institutions, industry organizations, that
are representative of those financial institutions and
interested parties, that are likely to be affected by
the proposed Guidelines, are invited to express their
interest in being consulted in the course of the
development of the Guidelines to the FIU no later
than 31st January, 2007

Copies of the draft proposed Guidelines
may be obtained from the FIU, Third Floor,
Norfolk House, Frederick Street, P.O.Box SB-50086,
Nassau, Bahamas,Telephone Numbers: 356-6327;
356-9808; or 326-3814.

Director |
_ - Financial Intelligence Unit
P.O.Box SB-50086
Nassau, Bahamas



tion and materials, including a
copy of the group health plan,
has to be sent to the Minister.

Businesses fear Clause 14
could even be interpreted as
preventing companies from
dropping private group health
insurance for their employees
once NHI comes in.

Mr Rolle said previously that
although this clause appeared
to be in the Bill to deal with
any trade union or industrial
relations, it was “unnecessary”
because any changes to
employee packages and bene-
fits were covered by the labour
laws.

The Employment Act pro-
vides for more favourable

terms of employment, and the
business community is under-
stood to be arguing that Clause
14 effectively requires employ-
ers and employees to pay for

the same thing twice - NHI and

private health insurance.

The Tribune has also been
informed that the Coalition is
proposing that the NHI
scheme be audited, and have
an actuarial review carried out,
annually during its first five
years, with both reports tabled
publicly and in Parliament
within six months of fiscal
year-end.

Mr Rolle acknowledged yes-
terday: “That’s a concern. There
has to be transparency and

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accountability, especially when '
talking about money being,
deducted from people’s:
salaries.”

He conceded that while the!
Bill did contain a provision,

“that some sport of report” be

tabled in Parliament in relation
to the NHI scheme. “There has
to be a stipulation as to how |
long after the year ends this is |
tabled”.

Currently, the NHI Bill only '
provides for an actuarial review ,
every three years, with the first |
one to be performed on Decem-
ber 31, 2008, indicating the Gov- '
ernment is planning to imple- |
ment the scheme on January |, ,
2008.

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Administrative Assistant |

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seeks a career-oriented position with an established company? -

Then this might be the position for you!

Administrative Assistant needed to support busy Human Resources
Department in performing various clerical support duties.

Qualifications:

Strong organization skills

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Exceptional customer service skills
Team oriented

Ability to multi task

Enormous attention to detail

Goal oriented

Able to work in a fast paced, deadline oriented

environment

Solid data entry skills
Strong initiative
Results-driven

Basic working knowledge of computers and Windows —
software, in particular Word, Excel, Power Point

Great benefits include competitive salary commensurate with .
experience, free Training and development, Paid Vacation, Health
Insurance, Life Insurance ‘and more.

Interested persons should submit resume to:
Human Resources Manager

P.O. Box N-746
Nassau, Bahamas



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CHIEF ENGINEER
Out Iisiand Resort

%
Job Description: -

The Chief Engineer is a member of the hotels Executive Committee. Previous experience in managing capital
projects is required. The ideal candidate will have outstanding communication, organizational and planning skills,
and the ability to-establish positive working relationships with vendors, and the other departments within the hotel.

- Position will be responsible for supervising/overseeing Maintenance Engineering and Landscaping.

- Requires Hotel Engineering supervisory experience.

- Requires a minimum of 5, year(s) of supervisory experience and a minimum of 5 year(s) of hotel maintenance
engineering experience. :

- Must-have experience at properties of similar size and quality.

- Position will be required to work a varied schedule that may include evenings, nights, and weekends.

Technical Requirements

- Create and implement preventive maintenance program.

- Strong technical skills. in HVAC, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, etc.

- Familiar with chillers, cooling towers, chemical treatments, pneumatics, control systems, water systems, boilers,
- refrigeration, compressors, etc. ‘ :

- Pool chemical testing must be completed and recorded once a day.

- Create and up keep civil, mechanical and structural as built drawings.

Managerial Requirements

- Ability to clearly and concisely present technical subjects.
- Demonstrate team building experience.
’ - Demonstrate ability to lead by example.
- Experience communicating, training, and managing multi-lingual staffs.
- Experience in training and cross-training employees.
- Experience in training and developing employees with limited education/experience.

Business Skills

- Strong technical skills

- Excellent time management skills.
- Strong organizational skills.

- Good knowledge of computers.

- Exceptional detail in follow-up.

- Solid scheduling experience.

Serious inquiries only need apply. Send Resume’s to:
The Manager,

P.O. Box N-4829
Nassau, Bahamas



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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
MUST SELL Seka

MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES



(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue) INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
ELEUTHERA _ MUST SELL
: MURPHY TOWN ABACO

Alll that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements,
in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera,
being No. 42, comprising of about 11,570 sq. ft.,
this site encompasses a 25 year old single story
home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one
incomplete), front room, dining, kitchen and basement
area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66 sq.
ft. and basement area about 144 sq. ft. This home
@ is in good condition. The land is flat and on a hill,
7 and is clear of all debis. Area is complete with all
goods, utilities and services available.

Appraisal: $108,934.00
This property is situated. on the northern side of the road
leading to the public cemetery and approximately 66 ft
westerly from the main Eleuthera Highway in the settlement
of Lower Bogue.

Alll that parcel of land having an approximate area of 9,000
sq ft, located on the above mentioned lot is a single family.
wooden structure, 25ft by 40 ft with asphalt shingled roof.
q This house is approximately 15 yr old and comprising of 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living/dining area and kitchen. This
house is in need of some serious repairs. The future life of
this house depends on the repairs that will be carried out.
Without repairs it is not more than about 5 years. If upgrading
| and maintenance is carried out it could be longer the land
rises above road level, to a height in excess of approximately
Loh above sea level, with no likelihood of flooding in a
‘hurricane.



Appraisal: $30,000.00
This house is located off the main Murphy Town Road about 150
ft to the Northeast of the corner and is painted blue trimmed white.



INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL
Lot N0.83, Lower Bogue
ELEUTHERA |



DUNDAS TOWN CROWN ALLOTMENT,
DUNDAS TOWN ABACO :

Alll that piece parcel or lot of land being No. 83'0n a plan
on record in the department of Lands and Survey as plan
no. 763 and comprising 21,674 sq. ft. this site encompasses
a 2 year old single storey home consisting of 2-bedrooms;
1 bathroom, living/dining room in one, and kitchen with a
: : , : : ; total living area of 1,452 sq. ft. There is also a unit to this
dimensions of 27 x40. This house is an approximate . structure to be used as a bakery which could bring in an
20 eel old “ingle farnily, teens ore raat average of approximately s606 iG $600 ber mnenth phere

-bedrooms, 1-bathroom, livi inin is also 2 covered porch areas to the front of this building,
kitchen. This house is in fairly Died condition for with an area of 90.4 sq. ft. (one at the front entrance and one at the entrance to the bakery) this home is
its age with a projected future life of about 25 to in very good condition and appears to have been built in accordance with the plans and‘specifications
30 more years. The land rises above road level, to as approved, and at a standard that was acceptable to the Ministry of Public Works. The land is flat and

a height in-excess of approximately 15ft above sea properly landscaped. aoe
level, with no likelihood of flooding in an hurricane. The grounds are sparsely landscaped. Appraisal: $177,412.00
' _ Appraisal: $90,000.00
This house is located in Dundas Town Abaco which is adjacent to Marsh Harbour and is painted
white trimmed teal green.

All that parcel of land having an area of 14,400 sq.
ft. being a portion of the Dundas Town Crown
allotment this land is rectangular in shape with
dimensions of 80 ft by 180. Located on the above
mentioned lot is a concrete block structure with



This property is situated on the Western side of the main Eleuthera Highway and approximately 1,200 ft Northerly from
four-for-nothing Road in the Settlement of Lower Bogue.



INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL
LOT NO. 4 GAMBLE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION

Alll that lot of land having an area of 5,000 sq. ft. being Lot No. 4 of the subdivision known and designated as Gamble Heights, the said subdivision
situated in the southern district of New Providence Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a single storey duplex apartment building containing
one 2, and one 1-bedroom apartment each unit consisting of 1-bath, closets, dining rooms and kitchen. This building is approximately 2 years old
with an enclosed living space of approximately 1,213 sq. ft. the land is one 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.

Appraisal: $143,217.60
Traveling south on Blue Hill Road take the first corner left after passing corner of Faith United Baptist Church and Primary School. This corner is slant and just

’ opposite St Vincent Road, then take second left (paved road) go all the way to the end around the curve then make a left then first right up the gravel road, all the
way over the hill. The subject duplex is the 3rd building on the right hand side painted light yellow trimmed white with high steps in front.





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LOT NO. 54 - MARSHAL ROAD

All that lot of land having an area of 41,130'sq. ft., being lot no. 54 located south of Marshal Road, in the Southern District of New Providence the
_ Bahamas. Located on this property is a front structure comprising of a duplex apartment single/multi family residence consisting of approiximately
1,410 sq. ft. of enclosed living space, with 2 one bedrooms, one bathroom, apartment, one side is about 75% complete. The rear section of the building
will consist of 6 one bedroom apartments. The work is approximately 25% complete. 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 improvement
including an incomplete wall in front of the property. The area is located just in front of the pond area so the possibility of moisture is possible, the
area was noted as dry at the time of inspection. :

Appraisal: $196,920.00

Travel west on Blue Hill Road, go past the intersection of Cowpen and Blue Hill Road, turn right onto Marshall Road (Adventure Learning Centre Coad), follow
the road to the Last curve before the beach. The subject property is about 100 ft on the right gray trimmed white with unfinished building attached.







_ (Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue) ELEUTHERA

All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62, comprising of
about 34,210 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 12 year old single storney home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, front room,
dining, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry room, with a total living area of approximately 2,342.06. Property also includes a double
car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of approximately 655.75. This home is approximately 85% completed. The property

is well landscaped with crab grass, fiascos and some fruit trees.

Appraisal: $235,638.00

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





LOT NO. 370 GRENADA CLOSE GOLDEN GATES #2 (Nassau)

All that lot of land having an area of 5,500 sq. ft., being lot 370 Grenada Close of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates No. 2,
situated in the Southwestern district of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of 25 years old single family residence consisting of
approximately 1,234 sq. ft., of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, living/dining room, and kitchen. The Land is on a grade and
level and appear to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds are fairly kept, with
improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed with chain linked fencing to the sides and rear.

Appraisal: $142,742.00
Traveling south along Blue Hill Road, turn right at the Farmers Market just after passing the Golden Gates Shopping Center, take 1st corner left,

Windward Isles Way, then take 3rd corner right, St Thomas Road, then first left, grenada Crest, drive around the bend then ‘st left again the subject
property is the 2nd property left house #4 painted peach trimmed black.

VACANT PROPERTIES

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: $37,440.00
DUNDAS TOWN
Lot #.21,. crown. allotment, this is vacant land approximately 10,810 sq. ft. situated off s.c. bootle drive. APPRAISAL: $15,890.00











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

For conditions of sale and other information contact

Philip White @ 502-3077 email philip.white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 email harry.collie@scotiabank.com









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SCHOLARSHIP & EDUCATIONAL LOAN DIVISION
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

IMPORTANT NOTICE
2006 DECEMBER DISBURSEMENT EXERCISE

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS
GUARANTEED LOAN FUND. PROGRAMME |



THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE CHECKS.

CHECK DISTRIBUTION EXERCISES WILL BEGIN ON DECEMBER 4â„¢, 2006 AND WILL
END ON DECEMBER 8", 2006 FROM 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. AT THE FOLLOWING
LOCATIONS:

- THE HOLY TRINITY ACTIVITIES CENTRE, STAPLETON GARDENS, NEW
PROVIDENCE AND

- THE BANK OF THE BAHAMAS, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
(Grand Bahama and the Northern Bahamas)

CHECKS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED BY LAST NAME IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER.
LISTEN FOR WHEN YOU ARE TO REPORT TO THE DISBURSEMENT CENTRE.

New students and their guarantors are required to bring a valid Bassport National Insurance
Card, and a job letter with them.

Retuming students and/or guarantors are required to bring a valid Passport or other identification

DO NOT TO COME TO THE DISBURSEMENT CENTRE IF YOUR NAME DOES NOT APPEAR
ON THE FOLLOWING LIST.

ONLY PERSONS WHO COME ON THEIR ASSIGNED DATE WILL BE SERVED
CHECKS WILL NOT BE RELEASED UNLESS ALL ACCOUNTS ARE CURRENT

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CAMBRIDGE COLETTE
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CARTWRIGHT EUGENE
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COLEBROOK ANDRE
COLEBROOKE LESTER
COLEBROOKE SHARI
COLLIE ALVADALE
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EEce 10B, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006 THE TRIBUNE
Charter firms bank Bauegigzy

" -¢.«@ 5 Te ee resort owners

minister’s fishing limits



FROM page 1B

-* pounds per vessel

" «* From a total of six for
- pelagic fish (dolphins, kingfish,
wahoo, tuna) per person to six
per vessel.

e* All fish retained must be
Kept with head and tail intact
while aboard the vessel or trans-
ported by air to facilitate iden-
tification during inspection.

“ Mr Miller said exceptions
would be made for persons par-
ticipating in authorised fishing
tournament, where the

Fey
















NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF ROBERT LESLIE
McDONALD, late of Hope Town, Abaco,
The Bahamas, deceased

- NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having any
- claim(s) or demand(s) against or interest in the above
' Estate should send same duly certified in writing
' to the undersigned on or before 12" December,
- 2006 after which date the Executrix will proceed to
: distribute the assets of the Estate having regard only
to the claims, demands or interests of which she shall
‘ then have had noticé AND all persons indebted to

approved rules set other catch
limits.

Mr Miller added that mari-
nas will be required to post the
new regulations in a conspicu-
ous area. The Department of
Marine Resources was also to
launch a public relations cam-
paign to make persons aware
of the changes.

“These measures are made
to limit the abuse of Bahamian
resources, and should have little
impact on persons who visit for
sports fishing,” Mr Miller said.

Speaking with The Tribune
yesterday, fishing charter com-



panies agreed that the limits
were a good thing and would
not negatively impact their bot-
tom lines.

Mario Cartwright, owner and
proprietor of the Flying Fish
Marina on Long Island, said he

and other boat captains esti- .

mated that about 15 per cent of
the industry’s clients abused this
nation’s fisheries resources by
being greedy. He added that
from that perspective, the Min-
ister. was on to something by
enforcing limits. _

“But most’ boats do have a
conscience, and take only a ‘rea-
sonable’ amount of fish,” Mr
Cartwright said.

He doubted that the conc
ban would be a problem,
because only a few persons
caught it - primarily for bait.
Mr Cartwright said most of his
clients were only interested in
the fishing as a sport.

However, he said the big
challenge will be the enforce-
ment of the limits, given the
scare resources and lack of
manpower that the Defence
Force and Police Force have.

Captain Mike Russell, of
Chubasco Charters; said the
limits reductions were good,
particularly in the case of the
conch and grouper, which were
currently under “ extreme
stress.”

From his charter’s perspec-
tive, he said, the ban on conch

will have no effect on his com-

pany as clients do not harves
conch.
As for fish, Captain. Russell

said most of his clients practice ,
‘catch and release’, so would |
‘not be affected by a reduction in
limits. a ee

In addition, most of his cus-
tomers were only interested in
taking fish to consume at their

lodging and not for transporting ,

back home. r

‘Captain Russell said: “I think
that the experienced fisherman
will be pleased that the Gov-
ernment is taking a proactive
step: I think that they under-
stand that if we do not do this
now then there would not be
any more fish for the industry,
so they appreciate what is being
done.”

Legal Notice

NOTICE
BYNUM INVESTMENTS LTD.

IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with section 137 of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 BYNUM

BCC e TALEO LLB

‘ also opened at Emerald Bay,

and Mail Boxes Etc.

_ the above Estate are asked to settle such debts on or
before 12th December, 2006.:






FREDERIK F. GOTTLIEB & CO.
Attomeys for the Executrix

P.O. Box AB-20405
Bay Street, Marsh Harbour
Abaco, The Bahamas

NOTICE

"INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMEN BANK (IDB)

‘THE FOLLOWING WILL BE SOLD BY TENDER:
2001 Ford Windstar

Purchaser will be responsible for payment of customs duty and
stamp tax. This vehicle may be inspected during the normal
working hours, Monday through Friday upon request through

" the office of the Administrative Officer, IDB House, East Bay
Street, Nassau, Sealed offers marked “Bid for Automobile”
should be sent to:

The Administrative Officer
P.O. Box N-3743
Nassau, Bahamas

“Offers will be accepted until noon on December 8th, 2006. This
“car will be sold “as is”. The right is reseved to reject any or all
-offers. :

Pricing Information As Of:

Abaco Markets
Bahamas Property Fund
Bank of.Bahamas S
Benchmark

Bahamas Waste

Fidelity Bank

Cable Bahamas

Colina Holdings
Commonwealth Bank
Consolidated Water BDRs
Doctor's Hospital
Famguard

Finco

FirstCaribbean

Focol

Freeport Concrete

ICD Utilities

J. S. Johnson

Premier Real Estate

12.25 Bahamas Supermarkets
10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref)
0.20 RND Holdings

28.00 ABDAB
14.00 Bahamas Supermarkets
0.35 RND Holdi
52wk-Low Fund Name
1.2626 Colina Money Market Fund
2.5197 Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund
2.2754 Colina MSI Preferred Fund

52wk-Hi
41.3149

3.0017

2.4829

1.314929"
3.0017***
2.482888**

www

BISX ALL SHARE INDEX - 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00

'52wk-Hi - Highest closing price In last 52 weeks

52wk-Low - Lowest closing price In last 52 weeks

Previous Close - Previous day's weighted price for daily volume
"Today's Close - Current day's weighted price for daily volume
‘Change - Change in closing price from day to day

‘Daily Vol. - Number of total shares traded today

DIV $ - Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months

P/E - Closing price divided by the last 12 month eamings

yy

INVESTMENTS LTD. is in dissolution.

The Date of the Commencement of dissolution was 27th
November 2006. David Thain of Arner Bank & Trust (Bahamas) Ltd.,
Caves Village Suite 2 Building 2, P. O. Box N3917 is the Liquidator of
BYNUM INVESTMENTS LTD. All persons having claims against
the above-named company are required to send their address and
particulars of their debts to the Liquidator before the
27th December 2006.

Legal Notice —

NOTICE :
TRAILOR HOLDINGS LIMITED.

IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION

Notice is ‘hereby given that in accordance with section 137 of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 TRAILOR

HOLDINGS LIMITED is i dissolution.

The Date of the Commencement of dissolution was. 27th
November 2006. David Thain of Amer Bank & Trust (Bahamas) Ltd.,
Caves Village Suite 2 Building 2, P O. Box N 3917 is the Liquidator of
TRAILOR HOLDINGS LIMITED. All persons having claims against

‘the above-named company are required to send their address and

particulars of their debts to the Liquidator before the

27th December 2006.

Last 12 Months

YIELD - last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
Bid $ - Buying price of Colina and Fidelity

Ask $ - Selling price of Colina and fidelity

Last Price - Last traded over-the-counter price

Weekly Vol. - Trading volume of the prior week

EPS $ - Acompany's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
NAV - Net Asset Value

N/M - Not Meaningful

FINDEX - The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1,





* - 17 November 2006

** - 31 October 2006

*** - 31 October 2006



31 October 2006



mull options

FROM page 1B

it has suffered from a prob-
TW NETO CCS CTE LL
hotels - this nation’s high
TRAE TET LW ORCL ML CALs
OAISTER LCA UU a
BSUETCHUMPTC@ econ mitt Lam
PaO ag RCo te ee
sistent profit - although oper- -
- ators tend to be OK.

Four Seasons implied in its
2006, third quarter results that»:
the “relatively high fixed cost
base” at Emerald Bay. and
other Caribbean resorts had
impacted its earnings and
iG Coat COS UHR
ing a time when demand was
down due to hurricane fears.

Emerald Bay is also under-. |
stood to:need a further infu-
sion of capital to complete the .

resort’s, infrastructure build-

Other investment projects |
PICU LC Oe eN
vicinity include the $110 mil-
lion Grand Isle Villas deyel-
opment, plus the 80/50 frac-
tional ownership component.

A shopping complex has

Pie Ue ome emit
Emerald Isle supermarket.
The complex ‘also includes
businesses such as Scotiabank

Yet Emerald Bay has not
been without its challenges.
The resort’s construction
effectively outpaced the abil-
ity of the government-owned

- utilities to meet its needs,.and out.



Legal Notice

NOTICE
IAPETUS HOLDING LTD.

IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with section 137 of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 IAPETUS HOLDING
LTD is in dissolution.

The Date of the Commencement of dissolution was. 27th
November 2006. David Thain of Arner Bank & Trust (Bahamas) Ltd.,
Caves Village Suite 2 Building 2, P O. Box N 3917 is the Liquidator of
IAPETUS HOLDING LTD. All persons having claims against
the above-named.company are required to send their.address and
particulars of their debts to the Liquidator before the
27th December 2006. ay



Legal Notice

~ NOTICE
BLOOMSVILLE COMPANY LTD.

IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION

Notice is hereby given that in accordance. with section 137 of. the
International Business Companies Act 2000 BLOOMSVILLE
COMPANY LTD. is in dissolution.

The Date of the Commencement of dissolution was 27th. November’
2006. David Thain of Arner Bank & Trust (Bahamas) Ltd., Caves
Village Suite 2 Building 2, P. O. Box N 3917 is the Liquidator of
BLOOMSVILLE COMAPANY LTD. All persons having claims
against the above-named company are required to send their address
and particulars of their debts to the Liquidator before the —

27th December 2006.

IBM Bahamas Limited :

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

Duties and Responsibilities include:

* Analytical ability and creativity in developing and implementing solution
deliverables for small to medium size projects.

° Technical advice and direction to team members including IBM,
subcontractors, or client, personnel.

¢ Assists in the balancing of technical work assignments with team members’
technical skills to mitigate risk on the project/engagement/proposal.

+ Assists and, on occasion, is responsible for identifying new billable I/T
services opportunities and provides the technical knowledge in the sale of
hardware and software solutions.

¢ Assists in selling hardware and software products where appropriate.

Minimum Qualifications:

° University degree or equivalent, experience such as a telecommunication
diploma or certificate, preferably a Cisco CCNP certification

* Solid knowledge of internet/data communication technologies such as IP
protocol, web hosting, e-mail, DNS and AIX.

¢ Possess basic familiarity with routing protocol such as BGP and OSPF, and
IP protocols such as SNMP, SNTP, HTTP, 802, 1Q and Spanning Tree.

* Knowledge of Cisco routers (7200, 3500 & 2600 series), switches (2900
series), access to servers and commands. ’

¢ A working knowledge of EAP, LEAP and PEAP

+ Experience with wireless technologies would be desirable assets.

- ¢ Specific product knowledge of one major platform, process of architecture,

notably Networking and Industry , /

* Ability to work with Proposals, requirements, designs, implementations and
production projects/engagement.

¢ Excellent oral and written communications skills.

An equal opportunity employer, IBM provides competitive salaries and benefits.
Thus, compensation will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Please submit detailed applications or electronic resume to the attention of:

Human Resources Administrator
IBM Bahamas Limited

Fourth Floor

Atlantic House

Second Terrace & Collins Avenue
Nassau, Bahamas

email: jmoss@bs.ibm.com

Deadline: December 1st, 2006

~All applications will be held in the strictest confidence. Only applicants who are
short-listed will be contacted.





THE TRIBUNE

BUSINESS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 11B



‘di-strain’ over commercial lease terms, trom 28

The parties to a lease should
ensure that certain provisions
for repairs, insurances, indem-
nification, leasehold improve-
ments, options to renew,
notices, and termination of the
lease are explicit and discussed
in detail before execution.

In the absence of express
terms and conditions or the usu-
al covenants, there are implied
covenants for quiet enjoyment,
which allow tenants to recover
damages from the landlord if
the person to whom the
covenant extends, physically
and substantially interferes with
the tenant’s enjoyment of the
demised premises.
‘In addition to the implied
covenant of quiet, enjoyment, a
landlord has an obligation not
to derogate from his grant to
the demised premises, and in
some instances, to ensure that
certain premises are fit and in
good repair.

The tenant has an obligation
to pay rent, rates and assess-
ments, not to commit waste, and
allow the landlord to view the
demised premises to make
repairs, in the absence of the
express terms and conditions.

Landlord’s right to distrain
under a commercial lease

In circumstances where a
landlord wishes to enforce his
right to forfeit a commercial or
residential lease for non-pay-
ment of rent, it is important
he/she or th authorised agent
makes a formal demand for the
rent, or ensures there is some
exemption - under the terms
and conditions of the lease -
that allows them to waive this
right to formally demand. pay-
ment.

Notwithstanding the tenant’s
equitable right to relief against

forfeiture (provided certain con- °

ditions are met), the landlord

remedies available to him in sat-
isfaction of payment of rent
monies that may be in arrears
and due to him, and for which
the tenant has effectively
breached an important con-
tractual term of the lease. One
such remedy is a landlord’s legal
right to distrain for rent in
arrears.

Under the summary remedy

of distress for rent, a landlord”

may secure the payment of rent
or the performance of certain
obligations due to him by seiz-
ing a tenant’s goods and chattels
(any property other than free-
hold land) found upon the
premises upon which the rent
or obligations are due without
the use of legal process.
- Distress for rent is the process
by which a landlord seizes a ten-
ant’s goods and chattels in order
to secure payment of rent in
arrears. If the tenant fails to pay
the rent arrears within a speci-
fied period of time after distress
has been levied and notice of
distress given, the landlord may
sell the goods and keep the
amount due.

Contractually, the seizure of
goods by the landlord in exer-
cise of his right to distrain acts
as a security for the perfor-

mance of an obligation — the -

tenant’s obligation to pay rent,

_and the landlord’s right to

receive rent in consideration of

leasing his premises/property: ~~ ~

The right to. distrain applies
only to goods and personal
chattels. Certain goods are
absolutely privileged against
distraint, while others have con-
ditional privilege, meaning they
may only be taken where there
is no other sufficient distress.

Articles. subject. to. absolute
privilege against distraint:

(1) (a) Property of the
Crown

(b). Property of those enjoy- :

ing diplomatic privilege
(c) Property in the custody of
the law

(2) Property delivered to a
person carrying on a public
trade to be dealt with in the
exercise of his trade.

(3) Fixtures

(4) Wearing apparel, bedding

and tools of the trade valued at
a certain fixed amount.

(5) Perishable articles, mon-
ey, and wild animals.

Certain requirements must be
met before the right to distrain
for rent may be exercised:

(1) The relation of landlord
and tenant must exist both
when the rent becomes due and
when the distress is levied.

(2) The rent must be in
arrears.

If the rent is only payable on

a condition precedent, it.can- .

not be distrained until the con-




PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
- The. Public..is..hereby advised that |,

dition is fulfilled. In contract
law, a condition precedent is “a
provision that does not form
part of a contractual obligation
[in this case, the terms of the
lease], but operates to suspend
the contract until a specified
event has happened”.

The lease must be an exist-
ing lease in order for the right-to
distrain to be exercised.
Although a formal instrument is
not required, possession taken
by the tenant under an agree-
ment for a tenancy which can
be specifically enforced gives
the landlord the right to dis-
train.

Additionally, ‘a distress can
only be levied for a rent which is
certain. It is also important that
the rent be in arrears:

Rent is not considered to be -

in arrears, under landlord and
tenant law, until after the last

_ minute of the day on which it is

made payable. Therefore, there
can be no distress until the day

after.the rent becomes due. At a

the time the rent is due, the dis-
trainor must possess a legal or
equitable-interest in the prop-
erty upon which the rent is








CHAZ_ JEROME |

owed.

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

the relevant legal advice and _

assistance regarding issues ; that
may affect them and may relate
to the information presented.

Applications are

invited



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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given. that JEAN-LOUIS GERMULUS,
KENNEDY SUBDIVISION, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,.and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization
should not be granted, should send a written and signed
statement of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23RD
day of NOVEMBER, 2006 to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, RO.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTICE is hereby given that ALBERT. JOSEPH OF
PINEWOOD GARDENS, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and_ Citizenship,
for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,
! and that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 30TH day of NOVEMBER, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ee Box N- 7147,
| Nassau, Bahamas.

Notice

NOTICE i is hereby given.that CLIFTON GARTH TOMLINSON
OF #73B EAST BEACH DR., P.O. BOX F-60356 FREEPORT,
| GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/
4 naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person }
| who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization should
! not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
| of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 23TH day of
| NOVEMBER, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
EK and Citizenship, P.O. Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas:

NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF MARIEDORE VON
ROTHENBURG (aka) MARIEDORE
DE GRAFIN VON ROTHENBURG
(aka) COUNTESS MARIDORE VON











/ROTHENBURG late of 3 Rue Talma in... --}

the City of Paris in the Republic of France,
deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against or interest in the above
} Estate should send same duly certified in writing

to the undersigned on or before 12 December,
2006 after which date the Executor will proceed
to distribute the assets of the Estate having regard

| only to the claims, demands or interests of which he
shall then have notice AND all persons indebted to
the above Estate are asked to settle such debts on or,
before 12th December, 2006. i

FREDERIK F. GOTTLIEB & CO.
Attorneys for Executor
P.O. Box AB-20405
Bay Street, Marsh Harbour
Abaco, The Bahamas‘



FERGUSON of Crystal Way., off Soldier Road, in the Southern
District of the Island of New. Previdence; intend to change my
name to CHAZ JEROME SMITH. If there are any objections
to this change of name by Deed. Poll, you may write such
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, PO.Box N-742,
Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (80) days after the date of
publication of this notice.







NOTICE is hereby given that MITHEL BLANC.OF LINCOLN
BLVD., NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person
who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization should
not be granted, should send.a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 30TH day of
NOVEMBER, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

International Business. Companies Atle.
, (No.45 of 2000) :

. In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act, (No. 45 of 2000),
STASEC LIMITED is in dissolution. PANAMERICAN
-MANAGEMENT SERVICES (BAHAMAS) LID. is the
Liquidator and can be contacted at Marlborough & Queen
Streets, P.O. Box: N-10429, Nassau, Bahamas. All persons
having claims against the above-named company are required
to send their names, addresses and particulars of their debts or
claims to the Liquidator before the 24th of December, 2006.

PANAMERICAN MANAGEMENT -
SERVICES GABA)! LTD.
Liquidator --

WE ARE LOOKING FOR

- GROCERY: BUYER

That is:

*Experienced in the Retail Business
*Analytical and Energetic a
“Creative-and willing to Travel

°An excellent communicator

*Proficient in Excel & Word Suites

We offer Great Benefits: . --..----.-.
*Growth & Advancement within the organization

°A salary that will commensurate with
experience

*Group Medical & Pension Plans -
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°A Supportive team environment

Send resumes via e-mail to:
cshumanresources@aol.com

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¢ Modem office procédures, Methods and equipment

° Computer applications such Microsoft Word, Excel
and Powerpoint

° Record keeping and filing _

* Réquisitioning and distributing: supplies

Application Deadline

Applications should be submitted neater than

' December 15, 2006 email to Quichaw@gmail.com’
or by post to P.O. Box CB 12707



Notice

IN THE ESTATE OF ISMAE MERRILYN LOUISE FERGUSON
late of Isabella Boulevard, Marathon Estates in the Eastern
_ District of the Island-of New-Providence-one of the Islands “||
of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claim or
demand against the above Estates are required, to send their
names, addresses and particulars of the same certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 30th day of
December, A.D.,2006 and if required, to prove such debts
or claims, or default be:excluded from any distribution;
after the above date the assets will be distributed having
regard only to the proved debts or claims of which the
Executor shall have had notice. _
And Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to
the said Estate are requested to make full settlement on or
before the 14th Decetner, A.D.,2006

_ SYDBRI LEGAL SERVICES...
Attorneys for the Executrix
245 Baillou Hill Road
P.O.Box EE-15075

Nassau, Bahamas

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‘CAREER OPPORTUNITY

CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE
Description: ¢

This is a key role to drive IBM revenue in The Bahamas. This role will
work in conjunction with IBM Sales and Technical Support Teams,
covering accounts in The Bahamas. Responsibilities will include:
¢ Driving new business in the territory outside of what the Partner; _
_ .Associate-Partners-and-Business Deve ent Managers are covering
Driving an aggressive annual revenue target while accurately
forecasting revenue and effectively managing a sales funnel
Performing extensive prospecting within a set geographic territory
Developing strong relationship with customers and becoming a
trusted advisor
Assisting with the development of integrated marketing
communications strategies, plans and programs
Assisting with organizations, management and coordination vf all
_ details and aspects of specific marketing events, promotions and
functions.

Qualifications:

* University degree in Sales/Marketing, Business Administration or
equivalent experience

* Business to business selling is an asset _..

¢ Proven success in prospecting and managing a territory

* A solid track record of achieving/exceeding sales targets

¢ Strong written and verbals skills

An equal opportunity employer, IB] IBM provides competitive-salaries-and- ty ~

~benefits: Thus, Compensation will bee commensurate with experience and
qualifications.

Please submit detailed applications or electronic resume to the attention
of:

Human Resources Administrator

IBM Bahamas Limited

Fourth Floor

Atlantic House

Second Terrace & Collins Avenue

Nassau, Bahamas

email: jmoss@bs.ibm.com

Deadline: December Ist, 2006

All applications will be held in the strictest confidence. Only applicants
who are short-listed will be contacted.





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Pass 39
Pass 44
Pass 5¢ Pass .5NT
Pass 64¢ Pass 6%
Opening lead — six of:diamonds.
This deal occurred in the final of

South
34
4NT

East
Pass
Pass

the 1960 World Bridge Olympiad. It .

received wide mention in bridge cir-
cles because of the implicit drama of
the hand and the setting in which it
was played.
South was B. Jay Becker, former
editor of this column. He and his
er, Norman Kay, representing
the United States, were pitted against
an Italian pair and reached six spades.

ele as, shown. West led a diamond, and

Becker won the king with the ace. ©

“ae entered dummy, led a spade,

7 fit has no pictures in, In bed? (6) :
__ that’s correct (8) : 2 Aleading lady showing youngsters
8 upset, act as a dog! (4) the way (6)
10 Impoveriehed and finding it difficutt to 3 Prevent pots from breaking (4)
get out of bed? (4,2) 4 Explorer known for his
Its not our style to be traveling "presumption (7)
around (2,4) 2 5 Adrink to make you full of beans? (5)
Yet is reduced in key | 6 Meat to go round (5)
ways (3) 8 — Atliberty to be complimentary (4)
Bounded to the field for physical 9 — Debtcollector in a red uniform (3)
training (5) 12 Edward's letter to the Editor (3)
Venison supplier (4) 13. Superior sort of hand (5)
Puffed up, 15 My part in a send-up of
80 to speak (5) certain units (5)
Rabbit ieland (5) 18 _ {f*too much’, i's no longer an art '
Handily, scissors cut it (5) “~~ form (5)
Friendly, but apt 19 Hopeless flight? (3)
to fight a lot? (4) 20 For each taking part in an ALKOSS
In which to succeed experiment (3) 1 Wild (6)
with regularity (5) 21 Economical with car fuel, possibly (7) 4 Corrupt a
Figurativety, a big hit (3) 22 Writer of tripe novels? (3) 10 Large bottle (6)
Hurt by having pald out a bit of 23. Flighty footballer? (6) ot u ere
money (6) * 24 Inthe line up, more than six (4) N 16 Anxious (5)
Throw out or bash in, 25 He has ajumbo job (6) > 17 Resound (4)
perhaps (6) 26 Chose to distribute the dope about a. Fe ee
Abasketful of risk? (4) central heating (5) > house (5)
32 Given exclusive « 27 Dump by the roadside? (5) 2 _ Deserve ©) (4)
_ trobtment! (8) 28 Looktired and a bit disagreeable (3) uu 26 Located (5)
Might you eat one in a 30 Inshort, a restful part of ae Bal seat
stupor? (6) ‘ the country (4) Ss Mae
SSI TM SL Norse dey (4
: 32 Leniency (8)
Yesterday's cryptic solutions 33° Snooping (6)












ACROSS: 1, Dubal 6, Watch 9, Scarper (Scapa) 10, Piste
1, Emad 2, Marks 13, eri 18 Si 17 Odin 18

Salih 1, Shed 20, Clocks 2, Gal 24, Eon 26,

, S-ples 27, Pay up 28, Twis-t 29, Rever:

1 Peter 31, E-Dis one ee

| DOWN: 2, (‘Man’) United 3, As-tem 4, I-CE5, B-road 6
Weekend 7, Ams 8, CLI-nic 12, Meth-s 13, For-c-6 14,
R-p-on 15, Stoat 16, C-hit-d 18, Se-Lls 19, Skipper 21,

Loo-Ake 22, Gnawed 23, Legs it 25, S-Eve-r 26, Sure 28,

RE SS

MERDSS: What Roce Scoop
21, 6, React 9, Cabinet 10, 11,

12, Filth 13, Sedated 15, Ten 17, Beanie Raneie
Belng 20, Sacked 22, Visa 24, Eve 25, Topical 26,

Pilot 27, Ended 28, Snail 29, Refrain 30, Beats

31, Taken

DOWN: 2, Hopped 3, Scream 4, Tat 5, Livid 6, Resting 7,
Etch 8, Chosen 12, Feted 13, Sense 14, Dance 15,
Tonic 16, Nepal 18, Ingot 19, Besides 21, Avenue

22, Vienna 23, Saline 25, Tours 26,

Pert 28, Sit .

finegsed the queen and lost to the sin-
gleton king. Becker later lost another



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Famous Hand

TARGET





trump trick to East’s ten and went
down one. At the conclusion of the
play, and before knowing the out-
come at the other table, everyone
involved agreed that the result was
likely to be duplicated.

It was clearly against the odds
for declarer to cash the ace of spades
to try to protect against a singleton

‘king in the West hand. This play
would lose the contract if East had
been dealt K-10-x-x.

The proposition is simple if one
looks at only the North-South cards.
Omitting those hands where South’s
choice of plays makes no difference,
declarer weighs ‘the possibility of
West’s being dealt the singleton king

" against those hands in which he is

dealt the singleton 6, 4 or 3.

Obviously, a singleton low card
will be dealt to West three times as
often as the singleton king. The odds
are therefore 3-to-1 in favor of
finessing the queen.

The deal would not have created
much.of a stir except that Eugenio
Chiaradia, the Italian declarer_at the
other table, was also in six and made
_ seven! He cashed the spade ace,

caught the king and later finessed
against East’s ten.

Afterward, when asked why he
had abandoned the odds in favor of
the ace play, he explained that West
had led a club initially rather than a

diamond.’ Fearing a ‘potential club:

ruff, he had banged down the ace in.
order to extract the opposing trumps
as quickly as possible.



HOW many words of four letters or more can you
make from the letters shown here? In making a
word, each letter may be used once only. Each must
contain the centre letter and there must be at least

one nine-letter word. No plurals or verb forms ending

in “s”, no words with initial capitals and no words
with a hyphen or apostrophe permitted. The first
word of a phrase is permitted (e.g. inkjet in inkjet

printer).

TODAY’S TARGET ‘
Good 17; very good 26; excellent 34 (or more).
Solution Monday. r

YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION

apace aped camp camped camper cape caper
carp cramp crimp damp damper decamp diaper
drape drip epic madcap pace paced pacer padre

- paid pair’ paired parade PARAMEDIC pare pared
. pear perm pica pied pier pram price priced pride

pried prim prima prime primed ramp rapid reap
recap repaid ripe :

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White mates in three moves at
latest, against any defence (by

‘the puzzle king’ because of his
skill in using offbeat motifs as
central themes in his creations.

Some of his best-known
problems feature pawn
DOWN promotions to knight, queens
1 Smother (6) making end-to end diagonal
2. Tempo (6) traversals, and kings Inviting the
3 Level (4) black army to give check.

4 Check (7) Today's diagram is in the same
5 Small tradition. If it was Black's turn
bird (6) he could risk falling into
. on r (6) immediate mates like Be6? Ne4
8 He or d6? Bd4, but Black has other

and better defences. For a due,
. tied look for a long white move and
sf later

13 Troatze (8) aid use of a rare chessboard
15 Madness (5)

18 Assertion (5)

19 Pitch (3)

20 Auction item (3)

21 = Interfered (7)

22 Males (3)

23 Equality (6)

24 So be it (4)

25 Proverb (6)

26 Gravy (5)

27 Principle (5)

28 Owned (3)

30 Lads (4)

Sam Loyd). Loyd was nicknamed



THURSDAY,
NOVEMBER 30

ARIES — Mar 21/Apr 20
While it will prove to be a bumpy
ride this week, Aries, you'll pull
through it just fine. That’s because
you possess the ability to adapt to
many situations. k

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21
It’s time to rethink your position on
an important issue at work, Taurus.
Remaining stubborn to change
could alienate you from receiving
the recognition you truly deserve.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21
Think about taking up a hobby or a pro-
ject to explore your creative side,
Gemini. It could be a good stress-buster
and a way to occupy your time apart
from televisiorior computer usage.

CANCER -— Jun 22/Jul 22
Big changes can take place this week if
you do your part to help them occur,
Cancer. Push any negative thoughts -
from your head and concentrate strictly
on future goals.

LEO — Jul 23/Aug 23

It may not be a good idea to be a
big spender this week, Leo. You'll
need to reserve your funds for the
weeks to come, when gift-giving .
opportunities grow. ; :

VIRGO -— Aug 24/Sept 22

Slow dow, slow down, slow down.

The speed you’ve been maintaining.

will only lead you to trouble, Virgo.
Take the time to simply do nothing
for a change.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23

A promotion at work leaves you
feeling a bit apprehensive as to
your ability to run the show. Don’t
worry, Libra, you have the skills
and the know-how to get it done.

SCORPIO — Oct 24/Nov 22
For a while your health has been tak-
ing a back seat to other pressing
issues. Now is the time to make it a pri-
ority. Schedule a checkup and make a
resolution to put yourself first. -

SAGITTARIUS — Noy 23/Dec 21

: Making new friends can be a surefire

way to stave off feelings of boredom, ~

‘| Sagittarius. Brush off those social

skills and explore the possibilities of
meeting new people.
CAPRICORN -— Dec 22/Jan 20
There’s a remarkable amount of
good energy surrounding you,
Capricorn. Share the love with others
by sending a bright smile in all direc-
tions ‘as you go through the week.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18
It’s all ups and downs this week,
Aquarius, so be prepared. Things are
bound to level out by Thursday,
but you may be a little dizzy wait-
ing for that time to come.

PISCES — Feb 19/Mar 20

This week is bound to speed by, as you
remain very busy with work and social
commitments. Come the.weekend you
can recharge, Pisces.

CHESS by Leonard Barden



* :
Chess solution 8251: 1 Bb8. If Nd3 2 Ke7 and 3 Ba7
mate. f Bd3 2 Ke5 d6+ 3 Bxd6 mate. if Be6/bl 2 d4+!
exd3 en passant 3 Ne4 mate, or Nd5+ 2 Ke5 and 3B

mates.
Mensa quiz: Methods, tutor, path, put, pat and too.

One possible word ladder solution is: STOP, slop,

stot, soot, hoot, holt, HAL





THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 13B



NHI to

‘lock

us into

flawed
programme’

BUSINESS

UBS Trustees (Bahamas) Ltd., a leading international
trust company, is presently looking for a

TRUST OFFICER

This position is open to candidates with the following

minimum requirements:

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline;
Post graduate degree in law and/or a STEP
designation;

Minimum three years experience in an offshore
trust company;

Ability to speak a second language is a plus;





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The Atlantis Vacation Club is Recruiting Sales &
Marketing Executives! _ :

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sultation. 5.3 per cent tax is insufficient Personal qualities Customer service orientation ‘

The Coalition said ‘that
among the information essen-
tial for it to evaluate the plan,
and which it had not received,

‘were actuarial studies on NHI;

income and cost projections for
the 10, 15 and 20-year periods
after implementation; a study
on the economic impact NHI
would have; and “a complete

‘report on the components, cost

and financing of NHI’.

Other information yet to be
received was an analysis of the
National Insurance Board’s
(NIB) ability to administer the
NHI scheme, an update on
improvements made to NIB,
and plans to enhance health sys-
tem infrastructure and admin-
istration.

The Coalition said: “That
information is critical for the
public to understand the true
sustainability of the proposed

-plan. In other countries where

such plans have been imple-
mented - costs through the
years have spiralled out of con-

and the tax will be increased or
services to the public will need
to be curtailed. Our country
cannot afford such a miscalcu-
lation.

“The National Coalition for
Health Care Reform reiterates
its unanimous support for
health care reform. Every
Bahamian should be provided
with access to quality health
care and none amongst us
should suffer undue hardship
because they cannot afford it.
We have a responsibility to
assist those who genuinely can-
not help themselves.

“This is not a partisan or rich
versus poor issue, as has been
characterised by some. Our
Coalition partners represent
hundreds of employers and tens
of thousands of union members
and insured employees, who
have raised legitimate questions
about their right of choice and
the sustainability of the pro-
posed programme. We find
such divisiveness counterpro-
ductive.”

Good analytical, organisational and
communication skills;

Committed to service excellence;
Able to work on own initiative;
Positive and flexible attitude;
Team player.

Interested persons rigetin’ the above criteria should .

apply in writing, on or before December 10, 2006
enclosing a full resume with cover letter to:

UBS Trustees (Bahamas) Ltd.
Human Resources

P.O. Box N-7757

Nassau, Bahamas

Or -¢

hrbahamas@ubs.com



-| The Recruiter,

Work standards

Building business partnerships
Positive disposition

Openness to difference
Patience ' a?
Sales ability/experience
College education a plus



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at Atlantis on or Human Resources Department
ee Dec 15th, Marine One Building.

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Please respond to

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| PUBLIC NOTICE
«. | INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

vk The Public is hereby advised that 1, ALDONET JOHNNY
JOSEPH of Pinewood Gardens, SB-50187 Nassau,
Bahamas, intend to change my name to ALDONET nae Ss eee Susie: Fe ecm ne an ae
_ | JOHNNY MACK. If there are any objections to this : i
yet change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such | Ss i| ff h | oN
ae} objections to the Chief Passport GHicar P.O.Box N-742, ma O S O a rola [oxUa Bre to io
q. Nassau, Bahamas no later than ‘thirty (30) days after the : e -
| date of publication of this notice. hi T S 4 fe
San treet, close iro} Oia cola

Notice pat Keys compatible company oe
Oe NOTICE. is hereby given that LUNISE ETIENNE OF WATLING
STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible. for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/ }’
! naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person
Lage who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization should }
oh not be granted, should send a written and signed statement |
-.. | of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 30TH day of
se NOVEMBER, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, PO.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

Notice

~,, | NOTICE is hereby given that ANGELLA DELORIS DAVIS
,,-, _| OF CARMICHAEL ROAD, P.O. BOX CR-54738, NASSAU,
se BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a
citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
+ # reason why registration/ naturalization should not be granted,
Dae should send a written and signed statement of the facts within
3" “1 twenty-eight days from the 30TH day of NOVEMBER, 2006
Sat to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
| P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

‘| NOTICE

fy . INTHE ESTATE OF WILLIAM KEITH
a RUSSELL, late of Hope Town, a.k.a. Elbow

Cay, Abaco, The Bahamas, deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having any
claim(s) or demand(s) against or interest in the above
Estate should send same ‘duly certified in writing
to the undersigned on or before .12" December,
2006 after which date the Executrix will proceed to
distribute the assets of the Estate having regard only
to the claims, demands or interests of which she shall
then have had notice AND all persons indebted to
the above Estate are asked to settle such debts on or
before 12th December, 2006.

FREDERIK F. GOTTLIEB & CO.
_ Attomeys for the Executrix
P.O. Box AB-20405
Bay Street, Marsh Harbour
Abaco, The Bahamas





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ool COMMONWEALTH OF THE/BAHANESS: EN ee
as a SOU Gan Fab leg
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IN THE SUPREME COURT V 20 2



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SARE Mee ke Shs ‘6
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IN THE MATTER OF
SUISSE SECURITY BANK & TRUST LIMITED
AND
-IN THE MATTER OF
THE BANKS AND TRUST COMP@INIES
REGULATION ACT, 2000
AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1992

ORDER

5, 2001 preferred unto his Lordship the Honourable Mr. Justice Stephen Isaacs

AND UPON HEARING Claire Hepbum and Rochelle Deleveaux of Counsel
herein for the Petitioner

AND UPON HEARING Anthony McKinn® of Counsel for Raymond
Livingston Winder the Provisional Liquidator of Suisse Security Bank & Trust Limited

AND UPON HEARING Linda Hanna holding brief for E. Terry North of
Counsel for OCI Bahamas Holding.) Inc, | 6

_ AND UPON HEARING Sidney Colne of Counsel for Jeffery Sorota, Inversions
Betances, S A., and Abana Exitosa, A.E., on Ltd.

AND UPON HEARING Sidney Collie holding a for Damian Gomez of |
Counsel for Hugh Sharkey

AND UPON HEARING Godfrey “Pro” Pinder of Counsel for Frederick T.
Albury, Louis Schneider, Trent Albury, Constance Schneider, Susan Higgs, Elizabeth
Higgs, Sara Higgs, Andrew Higgs and Lucile Albury :

AND UPON HEARING Darron Pickstock holding brief for Oscar Johnson and

_ Tara Archer of Counsel for Peter Haller, Hofschidt Global Select Inc. and Robb Evans

Trustee for the account of Larry. Wilcoxson and/or Roxanne Albaugh, IFR Ltd, Account
No. 212.950.3002

AND UPON HEARING Sidney Collie holding brief for Rachel Culmer of
Counsel for Harbour Lights Shipping Inc., Citimap’ Enterprises International Ltd.,

Universal Payphone Systems Inc. and Interweb Trading Company, Inc.

AND UPON HEARING Peter D. Maynard, Ph.D. and Sharon Rahming of
Counsel for Dana Pighetti

AND UPON HEARING Derek Ryan of Counsel for Integra Resources, Inc.,

Park Services, Inc., Mohammed Harajchi and Sonja Harajchi

AND UPON HEARING Sherrylyn Bastian and Joseph Walker of Counsel for

Amsoutrce Inc.

AND UPON HEARING Cedric Moxey of Counsel for West Lincoln Associates

Inc.

AND UPON HEARING G. Diane Stewart of Counsel for Douglas Allan
Burleigh, Donald Burleigh and DPI Enterprises Inc.,

AND, WITH SPECIAL LEAVE OF THE COURT PURSUANT TO RULE
25(6) OF THE WINDING UP RULES, UPON HEARING

(i) Janet L. R. Bostwick of Counsel for Sheila Kaplan and MirLabs Corp.
(Bahamas) Limited,
(ii) Godfrey “Pro” Pinder for 40 creditors from the Island of Abaco

attached to Winners Circle Promotions Ltd.,

(iii). Sidney Collie of Counsel for Fibi Matrix, Inc.,“Aurora Enterprises
Management Inc., Mill Run Trust, Plateau Capital Management, LLC,
Baldwin Management Co. Ltd., WinFin Limited, Liability Company,
Marcel Stark, Baha Ltd., Stockpile Investment Trust, Sanduky
Management Trust, Act Products International Inc., Sebastian Trading
Ltd., Alexader Smith Ltd. and Dibujos Electronicos. $. A., and



entral Bank of The Bahamas‘

UPON the Petition of the Governor of the Central Bank of The Bahamas on April.



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(iv) Cedric Moxey of Counsel for Bama Ventures, Inc., Concept
Developments Limited, First’ Platinum Holdings Limited, Galin
Enterprises Limited, Homeopathic Developments Corporation,
International Travel Venture Ltd., L&R Holding Group Ltd., Paradise
Treasures Ltd., Sebastian Trading Ltd., Two Tone Industries Ltd.,

‘West Lincoln Associates, Inc.

AND UPON READING the Affidavit of Julian W. Francis sworn and filed
herein April 5, 2001 verifying the said petition and the advertisements of the said petition

‘exhibited to the affidavit of Rochelle Deleveaux filed herein on November 7, 2006

THIS COURT DOTH ORDER as follows:

&

1. That Suisse Security Bank & Trust Limited (“the Company”) be wound up
by the Court. ae

2. That Raymond Livingston ‘Winder (“the Official Haque) be
appointed Official Liquidator of the Company without security.
3. That the Official Liquidator shall have the powers set out in section 202 of

the Conipenies Act, 1992 and that the Official Liquidator shall be at liberty to exercise

the said powers without any further leave of this Court.
4. That the Official Liquidator within 4 weeks from the date hereof and
thereafter every 6 months file with the Court a Report in writing as to the position of and
‘the progress made with the winding-up of the Company and with the realisation (if any)
of the assets thereof and as to any other matters connected with the winding-up of the
Company as the Court may from time to time direct, such Reports in writing to be sent to

any creditor of the Company who shall so request.

5, That no bills of costs and other charges, or expenses, or special
remuneration of any attorney employed by the Official Liquidator of the Company or any
remuneration, charges or expenses of such Official Liquidator, or of any manager,

accountant, auctioneer, broker or other person be paid out of the assets of the Company,

‘ unless such costs, charges, expenses or remuneration shal] have been taxed or allowed by

the Registrar AND IT IS ORDERED that all such costs, charges, expenses and
‘remuneration be taxed and ascertained accordingly.
6. That all actions or other proceedings against the Company be stayed

- pending further order.

7. That Counsel who were heard pursuant to Rule 25(5) of the Winding-up
Rules on behalf of their respective clients (as listed in paragraphs (i) - (iv) inclusive) be

_and are hereby granted special leave to file Notices of Intention to Appear out of time on

behalf of their respective clients.

8. That the costs of the Petitioner be taxed and paid out of the assets of the
Company and that on such taxation the Petitioner’s costs to comprise all costs of and
incidental to the Petition.

9. __ That the costs of the Creditors appearing by Counsel be taxed and paid out
of the assets of the Company and that on such taxation the Creditors’ costs to comprise

all costs of and incidental to their appearance on the Petition.

10. That the Official Liquidator be at liberty to apply generally to the Judge in.

Chambers as there may be occasion.
Dated this 13" day of November, 2006

BY ORDER OF THE COURT
REGISTRAR

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS

IN THE SUPREME COURT

IN THE MATTER OF SUISSE SECURITY BANK LIMITED
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
REGULATION ACT, 2000
AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1992

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Rochelle A. Deleveaux

Legal Counsel

Central Bank of The Bahamas -
Frederick Street

Nassau. The Bahamas

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 15B.

IRIBUNE SPORIS

alvary Bible
ake 1-0 lead in
championship

@ SOFTBALL

CALVARY Bible turned
in another impressive per-
formance, pulling off a 16-12
victory over New Bethlehem
on Saturday at the Baillou
Hills Sporting Complex to
take a 1-0 lead in the men's
divisional best-of-three
championship series in the
Baptist Sports Council's
Mother Webb Softball
League.

Calvary Bible advanced to
the final by nipping Trans-
figuration 3-2, while New
Bethlehem clobbered St.
Paul's 18-2 to oust them
from the playoffs.

Also on Saturday, Golden
Gates pounded Macedonia
18-3 to snatch a 1-0 lead in
their 15-and-under finals.

Transfiguration, however,
routed Golden Gates 15-3 to
go up 1-0 in the 19-and-
under divisional final.

And in the co-ed game, St.
Paul's defeated Golden
Gates, but the game was
played under protest. Gold-
en Gates felt that they were
not allowed to bat in the
bottom of the fifth inning,
despite the fact that the one-
hour time limit had. expired.

St. Paul's earned their
berth in the final after they
won a protest in an 18-5 loss
to Transfiguration on the
use an illegal player and
Golden Gates sent Macedo-
nia packing with a 12-2 deci-
sion.

e Here's a summary of
some of the games played: .

Calvary Bible 16, New
Bethlehem 12 (Men): Khalik
Curry was 3-for-3 with two
runs and an RBI, Byron Fer-
guson had a three-run z
homer and Jaime Ferguson A YOUNG fan lends her





added a soloshot to lead upport to the St Cecilia
Calvary Bible in the slug- rikers. The team made sure
fest. a third and final game in
Basil Miller picked up the — } e championship with a
win on the mound. Ivan -24 victory. |
Hanna suffered the loss. ae og ee
Nardo Gilbertwas 3-fors3" Bue Oat “MUO RO
with an RBI and run scored
for.New Bethlehem. :
Golden Gates 18, Macedo-

nia 3 (15-and-under): Craig _-
Cartwright and Devon Fran-
cis both scored three runs
for Golden Gates. Francis‘
was also the winning pitcher.
Devonte Gibson, Kyle
Carter and Brent Stubbs Jr.
all scored a run for Macedo-
nia. :
Transfiguration 15, Gold-
en Gates 3 (19-and-under):
Thela Johnson was 1-for-1
with three RBIs and three
runs and Raynaldo Russell
was 2-for-2 with four RBIs
and three runs for Transfig-
‘uration. mi
Dominique Bain was the .
winning pitcher. Hosea Wal-
lace suffered the loss in. *
relief of Duran Saunders.
Delano Miller was 2-for-3
with a run for Golden Gates.

ON SATURDAY, the
best-of-three championship
series will wrap up in all four
divisions. Here's how the
schedule looks:

Field One - 10 a.m. Gold-

. en Gates vs Macedonia (U-
15); 11 a.m. Golden Gates vs
Transfiguration (U-19).
Noon Game three, if neces-
sary. © ;

Field II - 10 a.m. Calvary
Bible .vs New Bethlehem
(M); 11 a.m. Golden Gates
vs St. Paul's (Co-ed); Noon
Game three, if necessary.







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E-Mail: sports@100jamz.com

MIAMI HERALD SPORTS

basketball —

action





Changing the
face of COB’s
sporting
programme

@ By KELSIE JOHNSON

Junior Sports Reporter

THE College of the
Bahamas (COB) athletic
programme is on the move,
expanding opportunities for
their student-athletes.

The elements are begin-
ning to fall into place for
the college’s athletic
department and athletic
director Greg Harshaw said
that the coaching staff and
other executive members
are changing the face of the
college’s programme one
sport at a time.

The sport the college has
started with is basketball.
COB had planned to host a
basketball tournament this
weekend, with teams from
Florida Memorial Universi-
ty and IMG Academy, but
the Florida based schools
cancelled at the last minute.

The mini tournament was
supposed to include two

_ All-Star teams from the
New Providence Basketball
Association (NPBA) and
the New Providence Wom-
en’s Basketball Association
(NPWBA). The games with
the All-Star teams will still
take. place Friday and Sat-
urday. at the Sir Kendal
Isaacs gym and will start at
7pm.

The weekend event
planned by the college was
postponed until January. It
is an attempt to improve
athletics in the college. So
far, both the men’s and
women’s teams have trav-
eled abroad for competition
and this weekend is no dif-
ferent.

Harshaw said: “This tour-
nament will give both the
student-athletes and the
local players exposure and
should assist with the pro-
grammes we are trying to
implement here at the col-
lege. 4

“T must go on record to
say that the programmes
that the College of the
Bahamas is trying to imple--
ment will be beneficial for
all parties involved espe-
cially the student-athletes.”

The athletic director is
hoping to include all feder-
ations and associations in
the sport building venture,
stating that the more local
leagues come along the bet-
ter the programmes will be
as they attract teams from
aboard.

It is also in Harshaw’s
plans to build a scholarship
programme for interested
student-athletes, who have
established a 2.50 grade
point average.

He also revealed that the
college athletic department
is based on both academics
and athletics.

“We will establish a’
scholarship fund, but we
will.be seeking the public’s
help on this,” said Har-
shaw.

“We don’t want anyone
to think that we are not out
to assist them while attend-

- ing the college but the most
important factor will be
grades. We always encour-
age good grades with stu-
dent-athletes.

“We are also hoping to
establish a good relation-
ship with the federations, as
you can see we have
already brought both bas-
ketball leagues on stream

with the idea so I can safely

say that the relationship is
blooming with the federa-
tions and associations.”

So far the athletic depart-
ment has included the vol-
leyball, basketball, soccer,
football and tennis associa-
tions in their programmes
and it is opening their door
for the other sporting pro-
grammes.

The other disciplines will
come on stream in January.







By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports
Reporter

ST CECILIA Strikers
might have been in a shoot-
ing slump from the free
throw line but they still
were able to force a third
and decisive game for the
primary school champi-

‘ onship crown.

Even though the Strikers ©
went 9-for-39 from the free
throw line in the game — 3-
for-18 in the second half —
the team pulled off a 28-24
victory over the St Thomas
More Sparks. |

The Strikers came to the
game. with a game plan for
the Sparks, but Yorick
Sands had a different agen-
da. The Sparks were look-
ing to close things out, hav-
ing established a five point
lead heading into the final
quarter.

But the final 10 minutes
of the game would turn out
to be the longest for the
Sparks, especially since the
Strikers had pulled up their
socks on defence, going to a
full court trap.

The trap, lead by. Kwasi
Dames, forced numerous
turnovers, which left the
Sparks with no other choice
but to foul, instead of allow-
ing the Strikers to score an
easy basket.

With the Strikers on the
line, the five point lead the
Sparks were hoping to cra-
dle was looking shaky.

Dames, who wanted noth-
ing more than to have the
game in his hands for his
team after Monday’s show-
ing, missed the first two free
throws. But the smallest
player on the Strikers team
didn’t let that stop him.

Speedy

The Sparks realised that
Dames was having a rough
time on the free throw line,’
going 1-for-12 on the night,
and they continued to foul
the speedy guard, forcing”
him to win the game for his
team on the line. But this
plan backfired.

With more than six min-
utes remaining in the game,
three of the Sparks’ top
players were heading to the
bench, having picked up
their fifth foul.

This wasn’t going to stop
the charge of the Sparks
though, who were relying
heavily on Sands.

The young Sparks guard
tried all he could to score
for the team, but he could-
n’t shake off Dames and,
before Sparks’ coach could
blink, Sands was being
escorted off by the referee -
after picking up his fifth
personal foul.

Dames said: “It feels
good to know that I was
able to deliver. Like I said,
I wanted to keep my big
men in the game and I did
that.

“My defence picked up
after I realised that I was
able to keep my big men in
the game and I knew if I did
all of that we would be able
to win, like we did today.

“T was a little worried on
the free throw line, I think I
really need to practise on
them before I come back on
Friday. I know if I could
have hit them we would
have been up by way

more.”



@ MARCELLUS Wilkinson controls the fast break yesterday for the Strikers
(Photo: Felipé Major/Tribune staff)

Dames has already for-
mulated a plan to win his
school their first champi-
onship title.

According to him, his
defence on Sands will only
get better and feeding his
big men in the post

will make the team unstop-
pable.

‘The shortest player on
the court, Dames ended the
game with 14 points, his
teammate Necktie Higgins
chipped in with 10 points.

The Strikers’ head coach

Nkomo Ferguson was
pleased with his team’s per-
formance, saying that his
team has succeeded even if
they aren’t able to clinch
the championship title.
According to Ferguson,
the team has already won,

having advanced to the
finals of the Catholic Pri-
mary School Champi-
onships.

The third and decisive

’ game will be played at the

Loyola Hall on Friday at
3:30 pm.

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KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

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

FUNERAL SERVICE

for the late
PEARLINE MARIA
GRIFFIN
_ better known as Big Pearl, 55





















































of Bola Alley, off Finlayson Street,
Nassau, The Bahamas will be held at St.
Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Boyd
Road, Nassau, on Saturday, 2nd
December, 2006 at 10:45a.m. Father
Simeon Roberts, Monsignor Alfred
Culmer and Father Duane Russell will
officiate and interment will be in St.
Joseph's Cemetery, Boyd Road, Nassau.



She is survived by her parents, William and Nathalie Griffin; son,
Valentiono R. Sweeting; daughters, Pamela J. Griffin and Taria
Griffin; grandson, Javado Bain; granddaughter, Cristal A. Griffin;
brothers, Leon, William Jr., Andrew, Barry, Anthony, Stephen,
Harcourt and Rudolph Griffin; sisters, Federicka Thompson, Minerva
Patton, Debra Pinder, Elizabeth Griffin, Maria Wilson, Ferlean Kemp,
Avis Mackey and Michelle Evans; uncles, Richard Armbrister, Charles
Johnson, Harold Johnson, Ivan Marshall, Christopher Miller; aunts,
Magana Griffin, Merline Roberts, Vernita Armbrister, Delcina Frazier,
Elizabeth Miller, Dorothy Russell and Corene Adderley; nephews,
Barry Jr., Denero Griffin, Perry Patton Jr., Shavan, Nado and Dino
Griffin, Kermit Daxon and Steve Jones; nieces, Anasaysha, Dorsinayer
and Shavonda Thompson, Iesha Sweeting, Verdena Thompson,
Yolanda Jones, Angelique, Zandra, Aniska, Leann, Tabitha, Miquel,
Tashina, Celine and Kendisha; sisters-in-law, Marie Griffin, Shonalee
Griffin, Hon. Melanie Griffin and Sharon Griffin; brothers-in-law,
Jarruth Thompson and Perry Patton Sr., many other relatives and
friends including, Emma Allen, Karen Clark, Ruth Coakley, Ezel
Sherman, Rosemary, Esther, Tarie, Dr. George Sherman, Ferindad
Sherman, Missouri Peters, Ivan Marshall, Deborah and Howard
Richardson, Donna Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr, Derek Woodside,
Cleo Baptiste, Gorge and Jackie Seymour, Shirley Brown, Yvelton
Edgecombe, Wendell Griffin, Pinky, Eloise, Margaret, Malcolm and
Carmetta, Chris Richardson, Loretta Collie, Jasmine Bain and family,
Miss Agie, George Robinson and family, Anthony Woodside, Charlene
Cash, Freda Cleare, Dianne Thompson, Agnes Johnson and family,
Tim, Gerald and Dermi, Agatha Bethel, Keith Bethel, Rosemary
Williams, Dr. Conville Brown, Dr. Duane Sands, Eye Ward, Accident
& Emergency, Oncology Department, special thanks to Fr. Simeon
Roberts, Glen Nixon, Frank Williams and family, Henry, Kevin,
Ossie Higgs, St. Joseph's Church, St. Martin's Convent, Dr. Groge
and Sharon Burny, Nurse Butler Sweeting and the entire Bain Town
Community.

Instead of flowers the family request that donations be sent to The
Cancer Society of The Bahamas, P.O. Box S.S 6539, Nassau in
memory of Pearline M. Griffin.





Friends may pay their respects at Kemp's Funeral Home, Palmdale,
Nassau, on Friday, 1st December, 2006 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00p.m.
and at the church on Saturday from 9:45a.m. until service time.





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- DAVE JOEL
- FERGUSON, 45

Cowpen Roads.

Michael and Anthony Rolle, Kenwood, Anton and Zhivago

and the entire Sen s Bay community.

_ church from 10:30 a.m. until service time: —

— Cedar Crest Funeral Home

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

Funeral Services For






















la fesident of Kemp's Bay
Andros will be held at 12 noon :
| Saturday 2nd December, 2006 :
at St. James Native Baptist :
Church, St. James Road. :



Interment follow in Southern :
Cemetery, Spikenard and :
; : Cowpen Roads

He is survived by his father, Rev. James Ellis Ferguson :
-I; 1 brother, James Eleorn Ferguson II; four sisters, Martha :
Forbes, Carmel Duncombe, Elizabeth Rolle and Latoya :
Knowles; eight nephews, James Ferguson III, Sherman, :
: Bishop Armold Josey, Herbert Porter, Henry, Alvin, Harry,
Duncombe and Janairo Forbes; six nieces, Lakisha
Ferguson, Leann Rolle, Margaret and Dellareese Forbes, :
Kaelasha and Charlene Knowles; twelve uncles, Chief :
Inspector Simeon, Leslie, Samuel, Philip, Carlton, Hassam :
and James Brown, Daniel Ritchie, Clement Robinson, :
Joseph Symonette, Wesley Johnson and John Campbell; :
thirteen aunts, Anniemae Campbell, Maureen Symonette, :
Arebella J ohnson, Lucille Albury, Cleomie Anderson, :
Joanne Brown, Lorriane Clarke, Eula Campbell, Isadora
Robinson of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Mildred Brown, :
Shirley, Leotha and Willisey Brown; one grandaunt, Elvera
Sweeting; three brothers-in-law, Leroy Rolle, Hubert :
Duncombe and Mafred Forbes; sister-in-law, Cynthia :
Ferguson a host of other relatives and friends including,
Marion and Blanche Forbes and family, Cecelia Stuart, :
Robert and George Forbes and Tracy Sands and family : :
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Cedar
: Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street from
Relatives and friends may pay their last rexpests at Cedar :
Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on :
Friday. from 12 noon to 6:00p.m and on Saturday at the :

-Vernitta Evans; daughter-in-law, Wendy Simmons: sisters-

“THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 3







ELISHA
SIMMONS, 84



a resident of Wilson Drive and
formerly of Mastic Point,
Andros will be held 10:00 a.m.
Sunday, 3rd December, 2006
at The New Englerston
Seventh-day Adventist Church
on East Street officiating will
be Pastor Barrington Brennen.
Interment will follow Southern Cemetery Spikenard and
























He survived by his wife, Clara Evans Simmons; sons,
Herbert. and David Simmons; daughter,
Merline;grandchildren,. Keith Kemp, LaShanda and
Simonique Simmons; sister, Merline Lillian Fritz; nephews,

Gary and Kenneth Butler, Anthony Duncombe, Christopher
Evans, Austin and Rodney Albury, Culbert "Buster" Butler,
Sammy and Jeffiey Evans, Benjamin and Michael
Munnings and Rubin Holbert; nieces, Lorinda, Brenhilda,
Deborah, Coramae, Sarah Ann, Lorraine, Christine and
Prenette Butler, Paula Sands, Brenda Albury, Sharece,
Stacy, Alnora, Susan and Renay Sands, Gaynell and

in-law, Marienetta and Constance Evans a host of other
relatives and friends including, Linda, Marvin, Quentin,
Lynette and Anferee Duncombe, Aryana Harding,
Christine, Corneil and Corneilus Barr, Joan, Krystal, Lawan
and Tarief Evans, Ashquel and Lana Duncombe, Shirley
Williams, Roslyn Ingraham and neighbours of Wilson
Track south.

Saturday from 10: 00a. m until 6:00p.m., and at the Church
on Sunday from 8:30a.m until service time.



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EMILY JANE
BARTLETT, 89

formerly of Green Turtle Cay, Abaco
and a resident of Bartlett Hill, Eight Mile
Rock, Grand Bahams, will be held on
Saturday, December 2, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses,
Comet Road, Freeport. Officiating will
| be Brother Maxwell Dean and interment
will be made in the Harbour West Public
Cemetery, Eight Mile Rock.














f . Left to cherish her memory are daughter-in-law, Debbie Rigby; four
grandchildren, Mrs. Julia Sands, Mrs. Barbara Stubbs, Mercer Johnson
‘and Charlene Rigby; four adopted grandchildren, Knox-Russell, Rob
Sawyer, Maria McIntosh and Bev Rolle; two grandsons-in-law, John
Sands and Courtney Stubbs, 23 great grandchildren, Julian, Jared,
Jasmine, Javen and Wadra Sands, Courtreznie Stubbs, Shawnique, Mark,
Marqui, Marissa and Jodi Johnson, Alexandria Gibson, Charles Rigby
II, Yasmine and Blake Jackson, Marcus and Shanel Lord, Knox and
Knox-Anne Russell, Ebony, Esi and Ernie Sawyer and Matea McIntosh,
two great-great grandchildren, Jayden and Jordan Sands; three sisters-
in-law, Veronica Russell, Zela Louise Bartlett and Rosanelly Bartlett;
16 nephews, Wellington Edgecombe, Samuel Cooper, Edward, Greviel,
Ronald and George Rolle, Neville Adderley, Alexander Grant, Thomas
Atherley, Lee Penn Jr., John Penn, Maurice Quant, Victor Brown of
Daytona Beach, Florida, Charles Bartlett III, James and Edward Bartlett
and Michael Laing; 18 nieces, Winifred McDonald, Vivian Cornish,
Leanie Rolle, Shirley Kemp, Enithmae Quant, Leonie Penn, Sheila
Adderley, Julia Atherley, Millicent Rolle-Bartlett, Prescolita Clough,
Emerald Cooper, Carnetta Edgecombe, Cleo Newbold, Gloria Brown
of Daytona Beach, Florida, Louise Bartlett of Delray Beach, Florida,
Elenca, Sylvia and Dr. Josephine Bartlett



























A host of other relatives including Christine Saunders and family,
grandnephews, nieces and cousins; special friends including the following,
Mr. and Mrs. William Fox ands family, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Benson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forbes and family, Godfrey and Martha
Beneby and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson and family, Max Dean
and family, Mrs. Emerald Robinson and family, Inez Gillings, Pearl
Smith, Barbara McGibbon and family, the Mallory family, Barbara
Pedican, Rose Robinson, Ricky and Donimic Clough, the Bartlett Hill
family, Ethel Charlton, Mr. and Mrs. Elsa Bartlett and family,, Althea
‘Lightbourne, Captain Limas Taylor, The Rolle family, Bartlett Hill and
Hepburn Town Commuinities, Jim and Millie Poulos, Brother Joseph
and Bev Johnson and family, the congregation of Jehovah's Witness in














East and Freeport Congregations and others too numerous to mention.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home
-and Crematorium, Queen's Highway, Freeport, on Friday from 12:00
noon until 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 and at

Yager Funeral | Home & Crematorium

Queen’s Highway :
P.O. Box F- 40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bananas
Tel: 352-8118 ¢ Paging: 352-6222 aces e Fax: at -3301,

ee aye aus FOR

-and Crematorium, Queen's Highway on Friday, December 1, 2006, from :

The Bahamas, especially The Grand Bahamna West, Grant Bahama

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the Hall from 12:30 p.m. until service time.





KEVIN KENDALL
SEARS, 21

off438 Mandeville Road, Ficepor will
be held on Saturday, December 2, 2006
at 1:00 p.m. at Universal Household of §
Faith, Hawksbill, Grand Bahama. j
Officiating will be Bishop Reno V. Smith |
and Bishop Ricardo Grant and interment
will be made in Grand Bahama Memorial |
Park, Frobisher Drive. j
























Left to cherish his memory are his loving }
parents Michael and Donna Sears, five brothers, Devin, Devon, Senio, §
Mikey and Michael Sears; one sister, Mickael Sears; grandparents, |
Wilbert and Grettle Mather and Magdalene Sears; 10 uncles, John, §
Daniel, Sidney, Dale, Larry and Tyrone Sears, Ken, Leroy, Tyrone and §
Calsey Mather; seven aunts, Gwendolyn Braynen, Janet Lightbourne,
Anita Peterson, Estella White, Cindy Garland, Magdalene and Rose
Mather; four uncles-in-law, Wilton Braynen, Elliot Lightbourne, Archie |
White and Franklyn Garland; six aunts-in-law, Crystal, Margaret, Elise,
Sherolyn, Sherry Sears and Renae Mather; five grand uncles, Pecy and
Nehemiah Hield Sr., Livingston, Emest Huyler and Clifford Sears; four
grand aunts, Ethlyn Hield, Louvise Murphy, Ellen Sears and Sybil
Williams; two grand aunts-in-law, Deborah Hield and Maria Sears; two
great grand aunts, Anna Russell and Brenda Lynes; one great-grand
uncle, William Cooper; two godparents, Shawn Mather and Bernard
Thompson Jr., numerous cousins; and a host of other relatives and
friends including Avay Evans, Stephon Burrows, Revanna Smith, Officer
Wayne Thomas, Lathan Morris, Janet Winters-Simms, Cheryl Bastian,
Allan, Betty and Rusty Newman, Loretta Mather, Izona Burrows,
Whitney Bain, Isula Stuart, Joshua ‘Sears, Ambassador to Washington,
Ernest Louise, Donrico and Doniqua Brennen, Bishop Reno Smith,
Bishop Ricardo Grant, Rev. Lawrence Pinder, Deangelo Rolle, Bruce |
Watson, Vanria Dixon, Netterkate Olurin, Jennifer Burrows, Jackie |
Leathen, Prince Bridgewater, Ann Percentie-Russell MP, Pleasant §
Bridgewater M.P., Kenneth Russell M.P., Norris Bain, Edward Johnson, §
Patrice Hall, Heild and Pinder families, "Budell Roberts, Curtis family, §
Container Port Crew, and the entire East End Community. §

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home ff

12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 11:30 §
a.m. until service time. :










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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 5 ©

Bethel Brothers Morticians

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



POLICE CORPORAL #1946 M. MAURICE |

"MACKEY" FERGUSON, 34

J.E.K. Drive.

His survivors include, wife, Chynella
Scavalla-Ferguson; son, Maurice J.
Ferguson; daughters, Amber Ferguson



numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 :
Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., on Monday from |
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service |

time.



of #17 Carib Road and formerly. of |
Steventon, Exuma will be held on ;
Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. at Church of |
God of Prophecy, East Street. Pastor |
Shelton Beneby assisted by other |
ministers will officiate. Interment will ;
be made in the Lakeview Gardens,

and Ghandesia Black; mother, |
Willamae Ferguson; sister, Ghandi :
Knowles; mother-in-law, Dorene :
White; adopted mothers, Eunice }
: Ferguson, Idell Newbold and Genetta ;
Dean; nieces, Karalee, Roxanna, Macarla, Tiffany, Malika, Derishia, ;
‘Teashanay and Teashaink; nephew, Hanson, Timothy and Pietro; aunts, :
Cora McKenzie, Esther McCoy, Pandora and Yvonne Bannister, Anilee
Moncur and Luree Ferguson, Louise Young, Janet King, Weathy, Janet!
and Jennifer Bannister and Sharon Ferguson; uncles, Nesbitt Ferguson, |
Edward, George Shannon and Anthony Bannister, Rev. A. A. McKenzie, |
Chief Officer Michael Young and Philip King; numerous relatives and :
friends including, Yen, Josey, Kevin, Mario, Cleo, Shanae, Sherry, -:
Anastascia, Aunt Rubie, Felicia, Shavanne, Deanne, James, Clelia, Donnie, :
Cleopatra, Deon, Levardo, Brian, Rickey, Shane, Philip Jr, Craig, Edena, :
Dereck, Jenny Kita, Sharinda, Kevin, Johnson, Kelcie Bridgewater, Officers |
Burrows and Brown, Levin Wilson, Shian Rolle and Steve, Bradley, Utah |
- and Percie Taylor, Bishop Franklyn Ferguson and family, Bishop Hulan :
-Hanna and family, Bishop Evans and family, Bishop Bowe and family, ;
Pastor Beneby and family, Pastor Maycock and family, Pastor Simmons |
and family, Pastor Timothy Johnson, William Pratt and family, Pastor |
Wesley Ferguson and family, Pastor Christopher Ferguson and family, :
_ Garren Ferguson and family, Evangelist Clarence Armbrister and family, ;
The Hart, Nixon, Curry, Gibson, Roach, LLoyd, Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. |
Shuttleworth, Peter and Kim Anderson, Sasha, the Woodside and the :
Bowleg families, Lanford Cox and family, Pastor Alexander Taylor and :
family and Elizabeth Curtis and family. ORGANISATIONS: The Church ;
of God of Prophecy, Blue Hill Road, especially the Youth Ministry, COGOP ; : ; :
meniberhip Vo rile Andras and Euausa the Royal Bahamas Police Force. Demeritte, Henry Bostwick, Brent Symonette, Father Etienne Bowleg,
_especially Mobile Division, RBC and Bank of The Bahamas, American |
Ribbon, The Bikers Association, The Principal and Staff of the Rolleville ’ :
Primary School, Phat Groves, Staff of Ultimate Production and Ultimate |

Suppies, Bahamas Office and School Supplies and many others too | Turner, Anthony McKinney, James Smith, The Rum Cay and Berry

| Island families and special mention to Gloria Wallace and Marie Cooper.



STAFFORD ARLINGTON GOMEZ, 84

of #38 Turnquest Avenue will be
held on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at
The Parish Church of The Most Holy
Trinity, Stapledon Gardens. The
Venerable E. Etienne E. Bowleg,
assisted by Rev'd Fr. Mervin Johnson
| and Rev'd John Kabiga will officiate.
Interment will be made in the
Western Cemetery, Nassau, Street.

He will be sadly missed by his loving
wife, Alexine Gomez; children, —
Julian: S., Linda, Kim and Pamela
Gomez; sisters, Marie Pople and
Bloneva Rahming; brother, Frederick
Gomez; grandchildren, Melanie

Gayle, Tracey, Felton, Marcel, Niki
Luciana, Keisha, Sebastian Danielle, Krystina, Travers Gomez, Trevor
and Kevin Blair; great-grandchildren, Jenna Perran Gayle, Luke Felton,
Belen and Javier Gomez, Dejuan and Elonte Gomez; brothers-in-law,
Rex, Falcon and Glenn Major; sisters-in-law, Rita Sweeting, Valarie
Hudson, Sylvia Knowles, Sandra Cartwright, Stacey Bullard and Dale
Williams; nieces, Louise Ritchie, Roxie Ferguson, Eloise Rolle, Linda
and Jackie Gomez, Valencia Saunders, Florinda Bowe, Sheila Tilman,
Elaine Gomez, Jeniffer and Debra Gomez; nephews, Frederick, Patrick,
Nelson, Glen, Keith, Dennis, Kenneth and Oregon Gomez; son-in-law,
Gregory Gayle; daughters-in-law, Carol and Vernita Gomez. Other
relatives and friends including their families Drexel Gomez, Anthony
Gomez, Perry Gomez, Roger Gomez, Ophelia Fox, Naomi Gomez,
Leonie McCartney, Craig "Tony" Gomez, Jerome Gomez, Jimmy Gomez,
Patrick Gomez, Keith Gomez, Dennis Gomez, Andy Gomez, Theodore
Bain, Sam Strachan, Hermie, Ida Francis, D. Robin Roberts, Ula Francis,
Maude Austin, Tanya Major, Shelly Strachan, the Francis, Lightbourn,
Brennen, Gaitor and the remainder of the Gomez families too numerous
to mention; the entire Holy Trinity, The Stapledon Gardens, The Civil
Service and the Harbourside families. Friends and also their families,
Sir Albert Miller, Sir Clement T. Maynard, The Hon. Paul Adderley,
His Excellency the Honourable A. D. Hanna, Jeff Thompson, Basil
Sands, Cecil Bethel, Father Neil Roach, Cyril Fountain, Richard

Harold Munnings, Calvin Cooper, Frank Watson, Sam Knowles Sr.,
Ivan Holder, Sir Orville Turnquest, Courtney Strachan, Lester Turnquest,
Neville Simmons, Leslie Miller, James Smith, Edward Turner, Michael

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.



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=) Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

NURSE EULAMAE FREDRICA
CULMER-ARMBRISTER, 49

of Alexander Boulevard East, Nassau

Village will be held on Saturday at 11:00 .

a.m. at Voice of Deliverance, Malcolm
Allotment. Chief Apostle Leon Wallace,
assisted by Pastor Edlin Scott will
officiate. Interment will be made in the
: Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish her memory are her five
| children, Terah, Lucas Jr., Alicia, Tamara
| an Lawrence Armbriser; grandchildren,

Rudolph Cooper and Lenardo Moss Jr.;

daughters-in-law,. Tina Swain; sisters,
| Olamae Taylor, Cheryl Smith, Jerene

Solomon, Debbie Culmer and Julianne

Thompson; brothers, Dion Darville, Keith,

Wayde and Cravon Lockhart, Daniel,

Herbert and Tyrone Culmer; sisters-in-
law, Jacqueline Lockhart, Brendalee

Darville; brothers-in-law, James Taylor II and Michael Smith; aunts, Missionary
Christine Green, Idamae Solomon, Constance, Gloria and Marjorie Rolle; uncles,
Roland and Bishop Edward Solomon, Randolf, Sammy, Donnie and Winston
Rolle, Wellington Culmer, Pastor Roderick Green; neices, Shanique, Lesley,
Shaniqua, Petrelle, Fallon, Deandra, Daniel, Breon, Sherene, Miquel, Shuntell,
Nadia, Natasha, Natalia and Raquel; nephews, James II, Bryan, Lavardo, Lathario,
Cravon Jr., Javon, Dion Jr., Brendon, Dereck, Kenard, Clayton, Tracy, Edison,
Jetson and a host of other relatives and friends including Princess, Genesta,
Jennifer, Yvette, Nelson, Roderick Jr., Jason, Linda, Marsha, Portia, Shanelle,
Shantel, Kizziemae, Alice Phillips, Maedawn Rahming, Dora Smith, Patricia
Armbrister, Julia, Dotlane, Cordnell Rolle, Bascom Rolle and family, Denise
Austin and family, Inspector Lucas Armbrister, Angela Hanna, Portia Clarke,
Laurel Simmons, Achara Woodside, Attorney Cathy Hassan, Senator Gladys
Sands, Permanent Secretary Jacqualine Murray, Deputy Director of Prosecution

Roland Hamilton, Jenniemae Stuart, Veronica McPhee, The Village Pub family,
The Office of the Attorney General, The Community of Nassau Village, Princess
Margaret Hospital's Farrington House and Accident and Emergency. May her
soul rest in peace.

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. andy on Satuarday at the church
from10:00 a.m. until service time.

BRUCE HUYLER, 88

of Dumping Ground Corner will be held on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. a St. John's
Native Baptist Cathedral, Meeting Street. Rev'd Dr. Hervis Bain, assisted by
Rev'd Ekron Pratt Sr., and other ministers of the gospel will officiate. Interment
will be made in the Church's Cemetery, Meeting Street.

Left to cherish his memory are his children, Gloria Bain, Grace Munnings, Barbara
and Gerald Sawyer, Michael and Deanne, Hilary, Wilma Moss, Cheryl, Philip

and Letitia, Vernal II, George and Debbie,
Benjamin Chisholm and Joy Huyler;
grandchildren, Vivian and Jabez Bain,
-| Marsha, Meredith and Mario Munnings
and Marissa Thompson, Gerard, Elaine
and Symone Sawyer, Monique, Michaela,
Melony and Vanessa Huyler, Hillard
Thompson, Ryan Dorsett, Tiffany and
William Moss, Sasha, Devaughn, Philece,
Philicia and Philencia Huyler, Tiffany,
Vernelle and Vernal Huyler, Georgette,
Jalinska and Georgae; Huyler; great
| grandchildren, Marco and. Madio
y Munnings, Marcia, Carlisa, Crystal and
Carl Nesbitt, Kristian Thompson, Sterling
and Janae Bain, Asia Delaoch, Breanne,
Colin, Angelo and Evelyn; brother,
George Robinson Sr.; sisters, Annie Wood
and Albertha-Bain; nieces and nephews,

Rev. Arnette and Vitzel Cooper, Maria King, Garth and Carmen Johnson, Nora
: Johnson, Beverley and Eugene Nairn, Deanne Crawley, Antionette and Anthony
: Rutherford, Vanria and Donillo Culmer, Bradley and Stephanie Crawley, Vincent
: and Leslie Crawley, Herbert and Jenny, Leroy and Rose, Arthur, Rev. Godfrey
: and Judy, Rev. Andrew and Minister Donna Huyler, Constance Gardiner, Melverne
i Huyler-Lewis, Minister Luella Pratt, Kenneth Knowles, George and Dorothy,
; Robert Huyler, Cleomie Rose, Deloris Moss, Prescola and Ellisworth Hanna,

: Bishop Elgamet and Minister Jacqueline Rahming, Lillis Strachan, Leona Deveaux,
: Doralee Burrows, Judith and Stephen Knowles, Charlene and Merrit Storr, Therez
: and David Thompson, Eloise and Leonard Archer, Edward and Gloria Thompson,

: Gwen Hall, Patreece, Peter and Anna, Preston, Antionette and Lawrence Smith,

: Kendal Pinder and Laverne Gardiner. Other relatives and friends including, Doris
: Bullard, Beryl Huyler, Millicent Thompson, Mary, Joseph, Ernest Fernander,
; Coral Julia Huyler, Ethel, Althea Huyler, Basil and Jacqueline Huyler and family,
: Nurse Louise Smith and family, Carolyn Smith and family, Pearl Huyler and
: family, Nathalie Hutchinson and family, Neville, Arthur, Andrew, Robert, Judy
: Sawyer and family, Basil and Shirley Burrows and family, Francis Clarke and
: family, Willard and Augusta Wallace and family, Fred Cooper and family, Aubrey
‘| Sherman and family, his faithful caregivers Karen Drummond and Jean Smith,
Cheryl Grant-Bethel, Attorney Stephanie Pintard, Dr. Herbert Orlander, Dr. : Adam Strachan and family, the Rolle family of Augusta Street, Nora Dorsette
:. and family, Jeff Cunningham and family, Prince Burrows, Eddison McPhee and
: family, Ida Saunders and family, Clementina Butler and family, Joyce Nairn and
: family, Virginia Johnson, Lilly Belle Adderley and family, Ole Iron Stevens and
: family, Roy Glass and family, Gretel Hynes and family, Susan Murray and family,
i Nairn, Neely, Munnings, Eneas, Brown, Christie, Clarke, Orlando, Hanna, Whylly,
i Beryl Marshall, Lena Williams, Dorothy Fernander and family, the Saunders’
: family, Mizpah Bosfield, Sears family, Lockhart, Maycock, Munroe, Wallace,

: Wilson descendants of of Ragged Island, Delaport family, Dumping Ground
: Corner family, especially the guys from under the tree and the Saint John's Native
: Baptist Church family and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Many thanks to Dr. Christine Sain and Dr. Agreta Haeae Carey. and the staff of
i the Male Medical Wards 1 and 2.

| May his soul rest in peace.

| 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.





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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR _

MR. DONOVAN SAMUEL
DORSETT, 61

of William's Lane, off Kemp Road. He is
survived by sons, Donavon Ricardo, Dwayne
and Ralph; daughters-in-law, Khalila, Denise
and Louise; granchildren, Donavon Cameron,
Dwanique "Britney", Dwanachio, Dwavarion,
Dwajaneil, Dwayne Jr., Danae and Ralph Jr.;
brothers and sister; cousins; nieces and nephews;
other relatives and friends including, Sheila
Hepburn, Camille Dorsette, Lauriette Cartwright
and family, Cecil Cartwright and family, Michael
_and Candy Clarke and family, Idamae and Renee
Glinton and family, Paul Wong and-family,
Lester, Ted and Brenville Strachan and family,
4 Pastor Ivan Butler and the church family of
Kemp Road Ministries. .







Relatives and friends may pay final respects. at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44
Nassau Street, on Thursday, November 30, 2006 between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00
p.m. sg : :



MICHAEL NORMAN "MIKEY"
WILLIAMSON, 44

of Blue Hill Road South, will be held on Friday
at 1:00 p.m. at Arrow of Deliverance Pentecostal
Chutch, Cox Way. Pastor John Henry Inniss,
assisted by Pastor Christopher Burrows will
officate. Interment will be made in Woodlawn
1 Gardens, Soldier Road.

| Michael's survivors include his grandmother,
Renetta Bastian; father, Evengless "Bengie"
Williamson; children, Qutel, Michael and Racquel
Williamson; sisters, Mrs. Joann Days of Kansas
City, Missouri, Deacon Suzette Evans of Upper
Marlboro, Maryland, Mrs Antionette Clarke of
West Palm Beach, Florida, Pastor Kathy Hanna
of Sung Corner, Acklins, Mrs. Theresa Davis and
Miss Toshie Williamson; brothers, Evangelist



Anthony and Vincente Williamson, Everette Stubbs and Calvin Bastian; aunts, |

Valencia Bastian, Beautimae Saunders, Robertha Bastian-Sands, Bobbyjane Bastian,
Queenie Rose, Eloise Stubbs, Maria, Delroe and Joyce Williamson, Cleomie "Orie"
Collie and Hattie Williamson of Belle Glade, Florida; uncles, Roston, Prince and
-David Bastian, King and Milton Williamson of Belle Glade, Florida; brothers-in-
law, Rev. Tyrone Days I of Kansas City, Missouri, Ken Clarke Sr. of Miami,
Florida, Stafford Hanna of Snug Corner,:-Acklins and Ray Davis Sr; sisters-in-law,
Leniece Stubbs; nephews, Kristian Williamson, Kenny Clarke, Tyrone Days II,
Robert Days, Everette Stubbs Jr., Prince Stubbs, Ray Davis Jr., and Raynard Davis.;
nieces, Latoya and Keneisha Clarke, Stephanie Days, Jania Ingraham, Shavonne,

Ebony, Lakeshia and Esther Stubbs, Una and Shavonne Hanna, Mona and Rashan

Davis; godchildren, Clyde Saunders and Marshall Sweeting. :

, Other relatives and friends including Pastor Trevor and Felton Williamson, Maxine
Willianson, Victor and Vincent Collie, Pastor Keith Meadows of Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Whitfield, Donald, Wayde, Wendy, Denice, Tiffany, Jerry, Christopher,
‘Clyde, Darnell, Chrystal, Rachelle, Nichole, Kethra, Eureka, Naaman, Rochelle,
Kirbricka, Cyrus, Shantara, David Jr., Rudon, Rickeino and Joy, Mt. Tabor Full
Gospel Church family, Calvary Deliverance Church family, the staff at Club Land'
Or and Atlantis Royal Towers Room Service Department family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau Street
on Thursday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday at the church from 11:30
a.m. until service time. i

Bethel Brothers Morticians |



THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 7

Clarke's Guneral

244 Market Street ¢ P.O. Box EE-16634
Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

ROBERT
DARVILLE, 60

of Spring Street the Bluff Eleuthera will be held
on Saturday, December 2nd, 2006 at 11:00a.m.
at Cooper's Terrace Cathedral Church of God
nc. Cooper's Terrace. Officiating will be Bishop
Robert McPhee, assisted by other Ministers.
Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens
Cemetery, Soldier Road.

Precious memory will forever linger in the heart

of his devoted wife of 25 years wife, Pandora

Pedican-Darville; (4) Sons: PC 2689 Othello,

Odino, Otis & Onassis Darville; (1) Adopted

daughter: Veronique Knowles; (3) Grandchildren:

Oryse, Malbury & Ashley; (1) Daughter-in-law:

Robyn Darville; (9) Brothers: James Darville of Houston Texas, Ralph 'Dick'
Brown, Ulis Jr., Gregory, Dexter, Eglerton 'Slick', George Brown, Michael &
Dr. David Brown of Pompano, Florida; (9) Sisters: Modena McPhee, Maxine
Newton, Ruth Williams, Zella Symonette, Hollyann, Victoria, Patricia &
Shirley Brown & Sheila Curry; (7) Aunts: Vera Munroe of Moss Town, Exuma;
Mary Saunders, Corene Saunders of Mimms, Florida, Sylvia Brown, Cora:
McKenzie of Barraterre, Exuma & Annie Brown of Black Point, Exuma; (5)
Uncles: Milton Saunders, Rev. A.A. McKenzie of Barraterre, Exuma; Octavis
Brown of Black Point, Exuma; George Brown & Ermest Munroe of Moss
Town, Exuma; Mother-in-law: Majorie Pedican; (13) Sisters-in-law: Carolyn
Darville of Houston Texas, Cynthia Darville, Jackie, Bernice, Sheena, Madline,
Ludell, Dionne & Deandra Pedican, Doris Wilson, Marva, Marjorie & Astrid

Brown; (13) Brothers-in-law: Bishop Robert McPhee, DeHavilland Newton,

Ezra Curry, Caleb Wilson, Alfred Williams, Kenneth Symonette, Caleb Pedican,
Samuel Jr., Matthew & Jamaal Pedican, Lucine Cash, Chris Saunders & Nathan
Williams; (75) Nieces & nephews including: Alice, Elizabeth, Alexandria,
Braden, Michelle, Patra, Cassandra, Albert, Alexandra Jr. & Gary Darville,
Rasheed Brown, Mechelle, Yvette & Robert McPhee, Moleka Thompson,
Lynette Benoit, Tiko Brown, Stevon Roberts, Monique Brown of Hatchet Bay,
Eleuthera, Vernita, Yasmin, Italia, Jaconda & Alfred Williams, Veronique
Knowles, Rasheed Brown, Kenise & Kenneth Symonette, Deon & Ricardo
Brown and too many numerous to mention; Numerous Godchildren; Other
Relatives and Friends including: Ephelyn Neely, Rosie Hudson, Miriam Pedican,
Limnon Johnson, Eddison & Flo Neely, Mildred, Rovena, Rickey Mackey,
Candy Colebrooke, Lucille Munnings, Harrison Barry, John, Vivian & Aletha
Hudson, Ted Thompson & Family, Mrs. Indira Hicks & David Flintwood,
Rissie & Angie Cleare, Bishop Theo Stuart & Family, Bishop Dudley Kelly
& Mrs. Joni Kelly, Bishop Ivan Neely, Bishop Victor Johnson & the New
Dimension Church Family, Greg & Yvette Stuart, Lynn & Simon Stuart,
Delcina & Family, Vernita, Maria & Ernest Munroe, Merilyn, Chris, Alfred,
Ginger Hamilton, Bruce & Sarah Pedican, Karenva Russell & Family, The
Gibson Family, Mr. & Mrs. Darron McDonald, Sharabell, Dean & Monique
Pratt, Shavanna Darville, Mrs. Claudia Minus & Family, Ann White and the
entire Saunders & Brown Families, Principal, Faculty & Staff of North Eleuthera
High School & the Class of grade 11, New Vision Church of God Family,
Bluff Eleuthera; Rt. Hon Perry G. Christie, All Officers & Stalwart Councilors
of the Progressive Liberal Party, North Eleuthera Branch; Doctors & Nurses
Male Surgical Ward #1,-Dr. Ferguson, Dr. Sands, Dr. Johnson & Staff and all
Doctors, Nurses & Staff of the North Eleuthera Clinic.

Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral #244 Market on Friday, December
1st from 10:00am to 6:00pm and on Saturday, December 2nd from 10:00am
at the church until service time.



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BRENDA MARINA
WHYMNS, 44 ©

Pastor Monica Paul assisted by
Pastor Zephaniah Newbold.

Gardens.

Cherished memory are held by her father, John Whymns; two
daughters, Karen Conliffe and Jamie Whymns; one son,
Anthony Young; three grand-children, Dyneisha, K'Deisha
Sands and Laterrio Young; ten sisters, Virginia Albury, Sheryl
and Stacey Rolle, Gina, Taneil, Malika, Makayla and Keturah
Whymns, Sophia Glinton and Edvemia Robinson; one brother,
Jonathan Whymns; special friend, Victor Pennerman; six
brothers-in-law, John Albury, Tony and Philip Rolle, Kenrique
Glinton, Kevin Johnson and Edison Robinson; five aunts,
Sherry, Marina and Marjeleta Knowles, Welthea Whymns

Interment follows in Woodlawn

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

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| Albury and family, Pastor Zephaniah and Evangelist Newbold, |
- Bishop Dion Mott and family, Dyson Sands and family, |
| Thelma Rolle and family; Pastor Arthur Duncombe, Rt. Hon. |
| Perry G. Christie, A.S.P. Dean, Prophet Livingston Lynes |

of Milton Street, will be held at
Saad 6 é Sean ‘ i Pentecostal family, The Department of Agticulture, Kinder
Pentecostal Church, Pentecostal |

Way, Gardens Hills. Officiating |

and James Whymns; one grand aunt, Susan Whymns-Carey; |

twelve nieces, Philippa, Anastacia, Alberth and Vernita Rolle, | ¥

Sherilee and Hartlesha Brown, Shantia Johnson, Shante' Carey,
Marinique Whymns, Kristin Cleare, Crystal Seifert and Adayah |
Knowles; thirteen nephews, Gino, Yorick; Alrick, Mario,
Latorio and Jason Whymns, Kevin Jr; and Deangelo Johnson,
Kendrick and Clarence Glinton, Tony Jr; and Philip Rolle Jr;
three grand nieces, Bashanique Cash, Alisa Davis and Amelia ©
Whymns; two grandnephews, Jermaine Evans Jr; and Yorick |
|. Whymns Jr; one god-sister, Diondre Mott and a host of other |
relatives and friends including, Louise Tucker and family, |

' Amanda and Alcoya Pennerman, Selina Lockhart, Charide |

McPhee, Tammy and Barbara Knowles, Theresa Thurston, |
Patricia Hall, Vernita Rahming, Melinda Morley, Jean Harris, |
Lillian McPhee, Cedric Knowles, Diana Washington, Paula
Hanna, Mary Charles and family, Samuel Carey, Louise ©

Sweeting, Veramae Clarke, Latoya Sweeting and family;
Sebastian Cash, Mark Davis, Edward,

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Chapel

and family, Pastor Smith and The Apostolic Church family;
Bishop Stanley Seymour .and The Entire Evangelistic

Precare and The Milton Street family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages Funeral
Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at

the church from 12:00 noon until funeral time. |

RAYNELL "RAY"
ADDERLEY, 29

| aresident of Lyon Road, Nassau

Street Nassau, Bahamas on
Friday December lst, 2006 at
_| 10:00 am. Officiating Pastor Dale
_| Moss, assisted by other ministers
| of the gospel. Interment follows

and Cowpen Roads.

-He is survived by his, grandparents, Dupty and Virginia Curtis;
one daughter, Alicia Rayneil Adderley; two sisters, Melinda |
and Margaretha Adderley; five uncles, Alfred and Keith |
Adderley, Austin and Jacob Curtis and Felton Rolle; seven |

aunts, Dale, Jacqueline, Elsie, Ethel and Susan Adderley,

Marian and Viona Curtis; seven nieces, Maranda, Michaella, |
Raygene, Waynell and Wayneisha Sands and Nicka Adderley, |

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Bahamas, will be held at Church |
of God of Prophecy, Shirley |

in Southern Cemetery Spikenard |

and a host of other relatives and friends including, Janet |

Deondra Adderley, Leeanette, Marco, and Lance Rolle,

Valdara, Tamara, Shawn and Ivan Butler, Tina Cartwright, |

Paige and Keithra Adderley, Noel Rolle and Dion Bowleg.

Friends may pay their last respect at the Rock of Ages Funeral
Chapel, Wulff Road and Pinedale on Thursday from 10am.
id on Friday at the church from 9:00 am until



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‘Butler’ s Funeral Homes & Crematorium

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

BIE ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Mrs. Mary Elizabeth
Burrows, 77

of Melvern Road Yellow Elder |
and formerly of Deadman’s |
~ Cay, Long Island will be held
on-Saturday, December 024,
2006 at 10:00 a.m. at St.
George’s Anglican Church,
Montrose Avenue. Officiating
will be The Rev'd Fr. G.
Kingsley Knowles Assisted by
Rev. Ivan Eldon and Rev. Dr.

















Gardens, Soldier Road.

Kirklyn Burrows, Estelle Hepburn and Elizabeth Mackey;

Smith; Thirteen (13) Grandchildren; Shakisha, Tameko,
Claude, Zeb, Shene’e, Shenelle, James, Lamond, Paschal,

and Deargo; Three (3) Daughters-in-law; Dorothy
_Turnquest, Anastacia Gray and Nicole Burrows; Two (2)







Learline, Inez, Predensa and Maria Burrows; Nine (9)
Nephews; Eric, McDonald, Theodore, Daniel, Mark, Sean,
Dwight, Nelson and Dr. Eugene Gray; Thirteen (13) Nieces;
Maria, Illianna, Debbie, Rochelle, Dale, Joy, Sandy, Christine,









‘Security staff of Royal Towers Atlantis, Female Medical 1

family; Special thanks; Dr. Eugene Gray, Dr. a Dorothy
; Turnquest and Anastacia Gray.

Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes

intl service time at the church.



Roland Hamilton. Interment will follow in Woodlawn :

‘Left to remember Mary’s Legacy of life, she leaves to mourn;
Six (6) Children; Philip Turnquest, Lawson and John Gray, |
: Able Marine Woman Timica Burrows and Keshla Cartwright,
Four (4) Brothers; Walkine, Vincent, Emmanuel and John |
Burrows; Two (2) Sisters; ‘Arabella T urnquest and Shirley :
: Nixon, Shirley Belizaire of Oberlin, Ohio, Gaynell Campbell,
: Ruth Bastian and Elizabeth Ferguson; Three (3) Brothers;
Azia, Amari, Logan and Rashad; Six (6) Great-grand :
children: Shandera, Garnette, Rayjean, Anastacia, Charlton :
: Angelo Cartwright; Twelve (12) Nieces; Fifteen (15)
: Nephews; Five (5) Brothers-in-law; Rev. Oswald Nixon,
Sons-in-law; Zededee Mackey and Earlin Hepburn; One :
(1) Brother-in-law; Eddie Smith; Four (4) Sisters-in-law; |
: Campbell; Thirty-Four (34) Grandnieces and Nephews;
| Two (2) Great-grand Nephews; Four (4) Aunts: Dec.
: Isabell Miller, Julia, Martha and Lilly Dean; Four (4) Uncles;
: Zephaniah, Norward and Neville Dean, Elias Rolle and
April, Paula, Joyce, Michelle and Gidget; a host of other :
_relatives and friends including: Jack,.Chip and Anne of |
Melvern Road, the staff of Z.N.S., the Housekeeping and :
| and family, Amold Harding and the staff of Hardings Food
-& 2 of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Bessie Rolle and :
_ Road Community.

| Views: will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes
: and Crematorium, Emest and York Streets on Friday from
and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from |
10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. ;

Mr. James William |
“Molar” Campbell, 50

of Moncur Alley off Kemp Road
will be held on Saturday,
December 02nd, 2006 at 11:00
.|a.m. at The New Mt. Zion
| Baptist Church, Baillou Hill
Road South. Officiating will be
Rev. Andrew Stewart Assisted.
by Other Ministers of The
Gospel. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his Two (2) Daughters;
Two (2) Grandchildren; Juan Ritchie and Ashley Burrows;
Seven (7) Sisters; Hazel Cooper, Helena Clarke, Betty

Alfred Campbell of Orlando, Florida, Walter and Prince
Campbell; Two (2) Sons-in-law; Andrew Burrows and

Kenneth Clarke Sr., Dr. Harold Belizaire, Andrew Bastian
and Benard Ferguson; One (1) Sister-in-law; Robin |

Edison Miller and a host of other relatives and friends
including; Rev. Albert, Basil and Ivan Campbell, Rev. Phillip
and Neville Campbell, Albertha Stubbs, Rev. Lavinia Stewart

Store, families of Lowe Sound, Andros and the entire Kemp }

10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on peeey from Ae 00 a.m.
until service time at the Church.






Harewoed Sinclair Higgs L.F.D.
Presi dent/Managing Director

‘ clremeventuee ae
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FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

NURSE MABLE MARIA
MARSHALL

will be held on Saturday, November 3

| 28th, 2006 at St. Barnabas Anglican
Church, Baillou Hoad. Officiating
will be Father Basil Tynes. Funeral
‘arrangements are being handled by

| Gateway Memorial Chapel. Mount
| Royal Avenue and Kenwood Street.

She is survived by, her father,

Johnathon Marshall; two sons,

Trevor Babbs and Javalo Brice Sr.; one daughter, Zkisa Brice;
one grand-daughter, Cralisa Culmer; one grandson, Javalo
| Brice Jr.; two sisters, Eleanor Marshall and Nurse Patricia
Marshall-Gilbert; five brothers, Henry Johnson, Cyril, Hugh,
Patrick and Sgt. 1589 Larry Marshall; twelve nieces, Sgt. 291
Karen Nottage, Nurse Keishs Miller, Mrs. Monique Bodie,
Kenra Hanna, Heather McPhee, Mrs. Thalia Pinder. Teniqua,
Alphanique, Patlisa, Lavana, Barbara and Lapaige Marshall;
seventeen nephews, Terrence McPhee, Marvin Babbs Sr., Able
Seaman Derrin Johnson of the R.B.D.F, Talbot, Jarvin and

Calsey Johnson, Kevin Hanna, Julius Quincy, Jason, Akem, °

Larry Jr., Carlton, Derrick and Kendrick Marshall; eleven
grandnieces and twentyfive grandnephews, five sisters-in-law,
Sandra and Priscilla Johnson, Loretta, Patrice and Nurse Ann
Marshall; one brother-in-law, Barrington Gilbert; nephews and
nieces-in-law; special friend, Preston Brice, other relatives and
friends including, Joycelyn Roberts and family, Annie Woos

and family, Rose Munroe and family, Hon. Bradley Roberts,

MP for Bain and Grants Town, Mel Morrison, Nurse Cynthia

Sanders, the Fernander.family, Jenny Richardson and family, —
Karen Bethel and family, Laura Marshall and family, the entire.

Children's Ward family, Staff of the main Operating Theatre,

the Building Department, PM.H. Staff, the Peter's Street family

and the One Family Junkanoo Group.

Family and friends may pay their last respects at Gateway
Memorial Funeral Chapel, Mount Royal Avenue and Kenwood
Street on Thursday, November 30th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m., on
Friday, December Ist from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and on Saturday,
§ December 2nd from 8:30 a.m. until service time at the church.






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_ Market Street & Bimini Avenue :
~ PO. Box GT 23035 —
Nassau, Bahamas
- Telephone: (242) 356-3721
Cellular: — (242) 395-8931

aT Tay \e oe ary)

_DENCIL ORAL
RAHMING _—
McGREGOR, 26

Soeburn Town
San Salvador, Bahames ..
.~ Telephone:

Ae 331-2642












will be held on Saturday, December
2nd 2006, at 10:00am, at the Life
Transformation Center The Church
of God of Prophecy, East Shirley
Street, Officiating will be Minister
Shelton Beneby Senior Pastor
‘| Minister Stephen Greene Associate
Pastor, Minister Terrance Forbes
Associate Pastor, Pastor Irene Russell, assisted by Lay Minister
Patrick Musgrove. Interment will follow in the St. Beds
Cemetery, Sutton Street, Nassau, Bahamas.







Left to mourn his loving memory are his mother, Jennien [|
Rahming; stepfather, Junior McGregor; three sisters, Alice, .

Katrina and Ordliee; two brothers, Dwayne and Neville King;
special friend, Cookie; eight aunts, Muriel Edith and Lovely §
Hanna, Menera Riley, Ettamae Moss, Beverly Curry, and Sue §
and Clara McGregor; five uncle, Hullen and Prince Rahming,
Wendel and Edward McGregor and Allison Moss; eight §
nieces, Micquel, Shanta, Nevillisha Antanra King, Charltanique
Nella, Ranisha Desheka: four nephew, Dwayne Jr. Neville
Jr. Charlton Jr., and Benjamin Smith; seven grand-aunts,
Vera, Cassie, Virgina, Victoria, Blance, Rose and Emma; one
grand-uncle, Zeberda Curtis; thirty-four ‘cousins, Pandora
Thurston, Kendal Russell, Wade Patrice and Sheena Riley,
Preva Deveaux, Allison Antone, Anwar and Tavana Moss,
Dwayne, Ruthann, Roston, Joshua, Alana, Graylan, Kevin,
Tiffany, Quincy McGregor, Peter, Petrel, Pia, Pickstock,
















Paulette Vernita and Prince Jr., other friends and: relatives e
including Nicka and family, Edith and family, Vanessa Edith.
Smith and family, Marvin Nat and family, Kevinique Devon




-and family, Kevin and family, Ed and family, Ronnie Charlton § S



Kevianna Coach and family, Sheralyn. and family,-Church of.
God family, Gladtidings families, Roker family, and other to ©
numerous to mention and the Russell family, Kemp Road:
and Lyon Road community Curtis family, Butler family.











Friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral
Chapel, Market Street, and Bimini Ave on Friday from
10:00am to 7:00pm. and at the church from 8: 30am until
service time.









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- . FREEPORT
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P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
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NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
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Sle STS FOR

MR. FOSTER ALEXANDER |
CLARKE, 23

of Coral F Harbour, Nassau, will be held on

Saturday December 2nd, 2006 at 10:00a.m

| at The New Bethlehem Baptist Church,
|. Independence Drive. Officiating will be Rev.

| Dr. Everette Brown assisted by other

) Ministers. Interment will be in Lakeview
-) Memorial Gardens, J. F. K. Drive.

Foster is cherished by his loving Mother:
Marilyn McLounder; Fathers: Garnel “Danny” Clarke Sr. and Otto
McLounder; Daughters: Alexandria and Alexia Clarke; Brothers: Eddington
Burrows, and Garnel ClarkeJr.; Sisters: Savana Burrows, Ottonika McLounder;
Grand Parents: Nelson and Ethelyn Woodside and Mildred Clarke; Uncles:

Lloyd Rolle, Glenn, Jethro, Charles, Anthony and Bernard Woodside, Vincent
Dorsett, and Craig Ritchie, Kenneth and George Hepburn and Terrance
Gibson, Edward, Clarence and Theophilus Knowles, Anthony Bell, Cessil i
: Lotmore, Anatol Young of Mars Bay Andros, Collen Taylor, Brenda Scott,
i Sharon Mackey and Christine Cunningham; 6 Brothers: Rev. Burk Culmer,
Aunts: Seadrid Ferguson, Violet Bain, Jennis Simmons, Alva Ritchie, Billy : Rudolf Culmer, Patrick, Jeffery and David Wells and Earnest Rolle; 2
: Adopted Brothers: Daniel Rigby and Eddie Williams of Freeport; 52 Nieces
: and Nephews: Ominique Seymour, Patrick Jr. and Alexander Wells, Marilyn
i Mackey, Debra Wells, Brenaldo, Anaka and Conrad Young, Antonio Miller,

Taylor, Dr. Moulton Keane,
Barry Wilson, Godfrey, Keith and Gladstone McAlpine, Andrew Pennerman;

Dorsette, Rochelle,Lynn, Lydia, Valarie, Roselda, Tephanie and Beverly
Woodside, Deidre Rolle, Elsie Roker, cleomi Knowles, Hilda Rolle, Erma,

Charlene Martin of Bronx, New York, Gwendolyn Bain of Abaco and

Georgina Goodman of Pennsylvanie, Patricia Bell,Portia Taylor, Andrea i i : :
; Sandra.and Kevin Johnson, Randy Jr. and Demdra Cunningham, Ednica,

i Jermaine, Terrance, Kamara, Ashanti and Kiara Williams, Daliell, Charmaine,
Shawn, Kevin, Dion, and Denali Rigby, Clayton, Jacob, Solomon, Newton,
: Colleen, Emma Culmer, Christine Richards, Wendy Miller, Virgina Woodside,
: Ramanda Seymour, Michelle Wilson, Barry Allen of Freeport, Billy Allen
: -and Jessica Saunders, Donnie, Basil, Samuel, Jeffery, Sharon and Bridgette
i Allen, Shelia Douglas and Jennifer Knowles of Freeport, Dereck Lotmore,
: Lionel Lotmore Jr., and Prodesta More.; 1 Aunt: Rose Mackey of Eleuthra;
? 1 Uncle: Zenus Mackey; Other relatives and friends including: Ethel
! McGerory, Patrice Rolle, Patsy Culmer Pratrica Cash-Culmer, Pearline
: Williams, Miriam and Madawn Culmer, Clarence Young of Mars Bay Andros,
; Alexander Scott, Randy Cunningham Sr. of North Carolina, and Lionel
:. Lotmore Sr., Berly Francis-Culmer, The k-9 Unit of P.I., Keith Evans, Dereck
: Hall, Keith MacAlpine, J. Henfield, Charlie Edwards, Simeon Curtis, Don

Kean, Stephanie and Pam Wilson, Pauline Arlene and Claudette McAlpine,
Peggy Strachan, Fay Pannerman, Nephews: Toriano Burrows and Bradley;
Nieces: Briana Jones, Eddia Burrows and Bradea; Fiance: Latika Brown;
Sister-In-Law: Tiaja Burrow; Cousins: Rayshad, Qutelle, Shanria, Alexavia,
Vincent Jr., Shervin, Jasmine, Brenda, Viana, Don Davinia, Ariel, Kristin,
William, Chasity, Wendel, Salena, Julian, Verlyn, Ashley, Randi, Sahay,
Ciara, Kaniva, Allison, Brandon, Clarissa, Omar, Katrina, Devon, OmarJr.,
Keisha, Kevin, Crystia, Tori, Aaliyah, Shaka, Jackson, Racquel, Andrew,
Rosanna, Lloyd Jr., Nona, Elvardo, Lochinvar, Carlos, Derick, Dericka,
Destiny, Donny, Dezy, Jerron, Nathan, Malique, Britanny, Delarese, Viola,

Kermit, Delphine, Daphine, Barbara, Pernel, Michael, Loui, Sherry Rosie,
Christine, Delvin, Dez, Stacia, Dean, Anwar, Tanell, George Jr. Satech, Craig,
‘Sandra, ‘Michelle, Marcia, ‘Kendal, Prescott, Linda Heasti-Masekenuba,

Sandra, Michelle, Debra Aclime of Alabama, Betty Telfort of Miami, Vanria,

Sophia, Keith, Clara, Natasha, Shane and Leander Bell, Kim Stuart, Marva t ri¢1a ; ,
¢ Newton, Shirley of Scott Avenue, The Miami Street Crew, Denisé and Kim

‘| Lashonda Lery, Monalisa and Mortiva Pennerman, Laveme Charlow, Patrice ; Johnson, The BFM Family, The Living Waters Outreach Family and The

Bodie, Shakera Barr, Eltoya Higgs, Pakell Williams, Candice Rolle, Keishell
; Numerous To Mention

Morrison, cecily Seymour, Cecil, Trevor, Tamara andLashawn Taylor,

McAlpine, Nicole Benedict, Michael Keane, Barrielle and Barrelle Wilson,
Kennedy, donna and Bernadette Strachan; Margo Collie, Drexel Gaitor,

Crystal Hadaway, Shante and Godfrey McAlpine Jr.; A host of other relatives

and friends including: Murio, Ducille, Angie King, Joy Pratt, Raymont :
: 10:00 am until 6:00pm and again at the church from 9:30 a.m. until service

| time.

Rolle, Troy “Snow”, Lenex, Kerlin “Ching”, Alexis, Charles Bain, Rashad,
Sister Diann, Ms. Nina and Una Rolle.

i ewing will be held in the “Irenic Suite” at Restview Memorial Mortuary

: and Crematorium, Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday from 10:00a.m to
: 6:00p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 8:30a.m until service time.

BRUCE EDWARD
CULMER, 43

of #192 Scott Avenue, will be held on |
Saturday, December 2nd, 2006 at 11:00 a.m.
|) at The Living Waters Kingdom Ministries,
Warren Street. Officiating will be Pastor
Andre Farquharson assisted by Apostle
Raymond Wells. Interment will follow in the
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen Road.

He is survived by his devoted:
Mother: Deaconess Amette Thompson; Step
Mother: Missionary Madeline Culmer;.7 Sisters: Shirley Allen, Elsie

Desiree, Erinck and Aaron Rolle, Alexandria, Alexis and Brittany Scott,

Hall and Bobby, Joan Russel- Newton, Patricia Josey, Valderine and Vernelle

New St. Paul’s Baptist Church Family And Other Relatives And Friends To

Viewing will be held in the “SERINITY SUITE” at Restview Memorial

Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Road, on Friday from





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P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 e Fax: (242) 373-3005

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NASSAU .
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
; P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 e Fax: (242) 340-8034





FUNERAL SERVICE FOR




















EMMANUEL KERVIS
JOHNSON, 39

Saturday, December 2nd, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
at Cedars Of Lebanon Baptist Cathedral,

Officiating will be Rev. Dr., Charles C.

will follow in the Southern Cm,
Cowpen and Spikenard Road.

He was predeceased by his Mother:
Cherished Memories will always be the hearts of:

Flowers, Sophie, Christine, Shacara, Elaine, Michelle and Raquel Johnson;
12 Brothers: Vincent, Kirkwood, Clyde, Ettien, Gerald, Ubo, Edman,

Nephews: Minister Jennifer Nottage, Sabrina Kelly, Denise Forbes, Eltha,
Shereen, Sheena, Lakeish and Candy, Kevin Kelly, Robert Forbes, Brannard

Aunts: Katherine McKenzie Pastor Iggerina Taylor, Carlos Taylor, ‘and
Sherry Taylor, Kathryn and Valerie Johnson, Maria Davis, Lisa and Curlene
Burrows, Elizabeth Grant, Terry Ferguson and Diez Garcia; 10 Uncles:

Alvin Taylor, Caesar Taylor and Neko Taylor, Leonard, Alva, Kenneth and
Gerald Johnson; Anthony Duvalier and Jerry Smith; Other relatives and
friends including: Dan, Clay, Katie, Eloise, Laban and Preston McKenzie,

Arlington Hart The Family of Pirates Cove Holiday Inn, The Family of







Of Rolleville Exuma, Mr. Whiney and Sharon Thompson , and other
relatives and friends to numerous to mention.






















Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Road, on Friday
from 10:00 am until 6:00pm and again at the church from 8:30 a.m. until
service time.

LORENA VERNETTA
JONES, 62

of #3 Roberts Drive will be held on Saturday,

Baptist Church, East and Shirley Street.

and Minister Anthony Sampson. Interment
will follow in the Old Trial Cemetery, Old
Trial Road.

She is survived by:1 Son: Vernon Jones; 3 Adopted Sons: Dr. Mario

: Lewis, Omar Roberts and PC2572 Glenroy Sweeting; 1 Adopted Daughter:

: ? Laura “Moss: Step Mother: Blanche Jones of Hollywood Florida; 2 Grand
“ ‘ : Children: Veronique and Vernay Jones: 3 Sisters: Miriam Basden,

of Rusty Bethel Drive, will Decider Rosemarie and Alice Jones; 2 Brothers: Rev. Eric Jones Jr. and Phillip

: Farquharson; 1 Adopted Sister: Leola Ingraham; 2 Aunts: nice Scavella

: : and Lolita Sweeting; 10 Nephews; 5 Nieces; 7 Grand Nieces; 6 Grand

| Buttonwood: Dr. Pinewood Ontiens: : Nephews And a host of other relatives and friends including: Hartman |

ss : Scavella, Bloneva Jones, Families of The Scavella’s, George Jones, Rosemary

Rolle assisted by Fasioy Delores Mea: Russell, Queen Duncombe, Everette Jones, Lucille Scavella, James Bain,

other Ministers OF Oe Gon en i Kim, Rhonda and Laverne Edgecombe, Dorothy Jones, Samantha Bain,
i Dominique Burrows, Idella Mcclain, Deserine Sands, Gina Baptiste,
_.... | Jenniemae Moss, Annafaye Knowles, ‘John Thompson, Nurse Josey, the
Inez T ayl or Davis: entire Community Of Fair Field, Crooked Island, and the staff of the Ministry
: of Foreign Affairs And other relatives and friends to numerous to mention.

Father: Mr. Creswell Johnson; 2 Children: Emmanuel and Jakota Johnson; | ,,,.. : ;
: - ; . > + Viewing will be held in the “SERENITY SUITE” at Restview Memorial
| 10 Sisters: Pastor Delores Kelly, Islee Muscroft, Inez Martin, Deborah | Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Road, on Friday
: from 10:00 am until 6: Oipm and natn at the church from 1:30 a.m. until

Sebastian, Creswell, Albert, Eugene and Aaron Johnson; 16 Nieces and service time.

and Ashlee Muscrofi, Jerome, Steven, Demetrius and Franklyn Jr3 12:

Atlantis Resort & Casino Stewarding Department, The Entire Community.



Viewing will be held in the “SERENITY SUITE” at Restview Memorial :

: Left to cherish his memories are his 9 Daughters: Vernita King, Luceta

: Hanna, Theresa Johnson, Lease Clarke, Kimberly, Caroline, Pamela, Leona

: and Claudette Octavien; 3 Sons: Philip Jr., Gino and Leon Octavien; 2

: Sisters: Luceta and Leona Octavien; 1 Brother; 22 Grand Children:

: Geneva, Letecha, Lamon, Micheal, Adori, Keanu, Brianna, Monalisa,

: Celeste, Latero, Gareth, Garrison, Douglas, Amanda, Ananda, Dondre’,

: Tanika, Kimberly, Torraino and Zhavargo: 1 Great Grand Son: Keith; 35

i Cousin; 35 Nieces and Nephews; Other relatives and friends including:

: Basil, Solomon and Aronald Strachan and Barry Scavella, his Common -
December 2nd, 2006 et S20 may Zien : Clodette Cherry, The Oasis of Love family, The hospital Lane and Montell’

Officiating will be Pastor Patrick V. Smith Heights Community and other relatives and friends.too numerous to mention.

assisted by Bishop Chester Rolle, Reverend : ,,._. : : Bie .

* Tei 1 1 Viewing will be held in the “SERENITY SUITE” at Restview Memorial
ES eomison assistedeby Re WU ie Sat : Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Road, on Friday
i from10:00 am until 6:00pm and again at the church from 9:30 a.m. until
: service time.





ORELUS PHILIP
OCTAVIEN, 63
_of Hospital Lane, will be held on Saturday,
December 2nd, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at
Evangelic Assembly, Balliou Hill Road and
Fleming Street. Officiating will be Pastor
Patrick V. Smith assisted by Bishop Chester
Rolle, Reverend Nelson Brown and Reverend
Quinton Johnson. Interment will follow in

the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and
Spikenard Road. —™

Law wife Rosaline Cadet, Lynette, Johnny and Claire Fraine, Rose Carmen,





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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 13

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' FREEPORT
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005

NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box-CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 « Fax: (242) 340-8034

wy AMG el aes

_ WALTER PHILMORE
PARKER SR., 86

OF HOLMES ROCK, GRAND BAHAMA | |

WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY,

DECEMBER 2, 2006 AT 11:00 A.M AT |

THE NEW MT. OLIVET BAPTIST
‘CHURCH, HOLMES ROCK, GRAND
BAHAMA. OFFICIATING WILL BE REV.
CARRINGTON PINDER AND DR. REV.
JOHN C. WALLACE. INTERMENT WILL
FOLLOW AT THE HARBOUR WEST
PUBLIC CEMETERY, EIGHT MILE ROCK, GRAND BAHAMA.

His memories will forever be cherished by his 1 Son: Walter Parker it 4

Daughters: Betsy Russell, Lottie Munroe, Carolyn Rolle and Nellie Wells i Precious memories will always linger in the hearts of her 2 Sons: Lamont

Of Nassau; 2 Daughters-in-law: Jeanette and Vienna Parker; 1 Brother- | Lightbourne and Antwan Archer; 2 Adopted Sons: Charles and Leon
: Lightbourne; Adopted Daughter: Linda Israel; Mother: Heartlyn Strachan;

Brother: Jason Sr.; Sister: Yvolande; Nephews: Jason Jr. and Yordrique;

in-law: Rev. Richard Munroe; 29 Grandchildren: Antoinette Hepburn,
Lena Russell, Cheryl, Rosseta, Janice Munroe, Tanya Pinder, Dellerese Rolle,

Vanessa and Tamara Parker, Katherine and Dr. Christa Wells, Drexel Russell, j
: in-law: Ordea Pierre; Uncle: David Knowles; Aunt: Wilhemina Saunders

& Inez Smith; Grand Aunts: Ilene Astwood and Gertrude Wood; Grand

Edmund, Richard Jr. and Reginald Munroe, Adolph, Roger, Lewis, Shimroni,
and Rev. Nathan Rolle, Eldridge, Lavante, Keno, Tyrone, Bruno,

Walter III, and Navarro Parker, Gene and Kylon Wells, 25 Great

Grandchildren: Natassia Hepburn, Dacacia Russell, Kavanti Sands, Joshua | Musgrove & Family; Eric Wood & Family; Rev. John Wood & Family;

: Hazel Astwood-Turnquest & Family; Beatrice Astwood & Family; George
i Astwood Jr. & Family; Vera Astwood-Watkins & Family; Victoria Astwood-
Levonyah, Xavier, Levante Jr., Juanye, Eldridge Jr., and Ethan Parker, : Ambrister & Family, Andrew & Marion Astwood & Family, Sheryl Astwood-
: Fountain & Tony; Lillian Astwood & Family; Annastacia Astwood; Brazil,

Carolyn and Dellarese Rolle, Lucille and Nishka Parker; 1Grandson-In- Rawson, Madison, Thaddeus & Wilbert MacDonald; Earl & George Saunders;

law: Keith Hepburn; 16 Nieces: Hortence Jones, Christine Knowles, Elvertha : V : é
: Marilyn, Inez, Effimae, Allarydyce, Siblean, Evelyn, Elizabeth, Caroline,

and Jamer Pinder, Eden and Ethan Munroe, Delano Francis, Karl, Keith,
Kerlyn, Shimron Jr., Delron, and Devin Rolle, Brunique, Garrinique, Tyra,

Jadyn & Geino Wells; 6 Grand-Daughters-In-law: Erica and Lia Munroe,

Wildgoose, Elvira Pinder, Pearl Burrows, Whyonia Williams, Cora Wilson,

Angela Parker, Winnifred Parker, Jacqueline Gray, Lavender Roberts, Pamela

Moss, Urina Laing, Amett and Ethel Stuart Elva Rolle; 7 Nephews: Hiriam | Godchildren: Entiardo Knowles & Redsy; Best Friends: Lenise Lightbourne,

‘Edden, Llewellyn, Winston, David, James, Nathan, Edward Parker; Other i

Relatives & Friends including: Doreen Babbs, Rowena Albury, Pauline ; McKenzie and Earl Innis; Other Relatives & Friends: Naldo & Family,
: Leanice Lightbourne, Daniel Israel & Family, Phyllis Sweeting and Family,

: Alvin & Family, Bertha Rolle-Hollingsworth & family, Monique, Shirley,

Cooper-Nairn, Therese Rolle, Donna Bastian, Melvern Babbs, Jackie Knowles,
Betty Pinder And Family, Henneson Jones, Albert Gray Terrance Roberts,

Rev. Arthur Knowles Mr & Mrs Alfred Jones, Mr & Mrs Frederick Rolle, :
Mr & Mrs Dorsette Rolle, Carmetta Sands, Orrie Rolle, Beryl & Franklyn : _
Stuart, Clara Wallace, Zilpha Burrows, Hon. Obadiah Wilchcombe Doris ; FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE HANDLED BY RESTVIEW
Walker, Mr & Mrs Asa Jones, Mr Irvin Gibbs, Rev. Ralph Russell, Rev. | MEMORIAL MORTUARY & CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST
Wellington Pinder, Eltha Rolle & Family, Emmabelle Forbes & Family, Rev.: :
Carrington Pinder & Family, Rev. John Wallace & Family, James & Maria : ;
Taylor, Dr. Romeo Fernandez The Family Of Holmes Rock Chapel, The | THOSE WISHING TO SIGN “THE BOOK OF CONDOLENCES”
Family Of The New Mt. Olivet Baptist and the entire Community OF Holmes i.
: CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT,
: GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M AND

| VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “TRENIC SUITE” OF RESTVIEW | AT THE CHURCH FROM 9:30 A.M TO SERVICE TIME.

MEMORIAL MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST

Rock.

a



3 CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT.

NICOLA DAWN
STRACHAN, 43
a OF GRANADA AVENUE, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF

i NASSAU, BAHAMAS WILL BE HELD ON
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2006 AT 11:00

OFFICIATING WILL BE PASTOR KEITH
PALMER.CREMATION WILL FOLLOW.

Nieces: Brianna and Willow; Sister-in-law: Yuolanda Strachan; Brother-

Uncle: George Astwood; Cousins:Sherlock Hamilton & Family; James

Melverne, Dorthy & Joann Saunders, Janet Newbold, Joycelyn, Barbara,
Carmeta, Ulean and Daphne; Special Friend: Leonard Lightbourne;

Sheryl Astwood-Fountain, Carrolyn Hannah, Dwight Newbold Georgina

Eliza Reid and The New Hope Holding Staff.

: CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.

MAY DO SO AT RESTVIEW MEMORIAL MORTUARY &



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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 |
ISABELLA : eo

"ANNIS"
McINTOSH, 86














































of Holmes Rock, Grand
Bahama, will be held on
Saturday, December 2, 2006 at
1:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, Eight Mile Rock.
Officiating will be Rev. Lindy
Harris Rusell, assisted by Rev.
Timothy Burrows and Rev. Leon
Anderson. Interment will follow
in The Harbour West Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memory are her adopted family, Josephine,
Jocelyn, Joan, Joshua, Melissa, Joy, Tamar and Edoney Russell,
Karen Forbes, Rosemary and Rodger Moxey, Shantel and Troy
Lewis, James and Glancina Curry, Stevenson Griffin, Carmel
Clarke, Shantia Sweeting, Valentino, Valencio and Valenderio
Bethel, Kasten, Karsteeno, Kanraniyah, Kastarra, Kanomera,
Kaamanra, Karajahyah Forbes, Joshua Jr., Yhasnee, Utico, Tamar
and Ethan Russell, D'Angelo Albury, Rodgemika, Rojernea,
Rodger Jr., and Rodesha Moxey, Myles Tre'Vaugh and T.J. Lewis;
other relatives and friends including Rev. Ezekiel McIntosh and-
family, Donna Francis and family, Dorcus and Lovely Mills and
families, Rebecca Russell and family, Florence Thompson and
the entire Northern Abaco communities; Wlfred and Myrtle
Poitier and family, Rev. Oral and Ellamae Poitier and family,
Bloomy and Elta Rolle and family, Olga Outten and family,
Chrtistinna Armbrister and family and the rest of the prayer
band, Iva Brown, Joana Forbes, Ashley Pinder, Paddy Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. Gazel Rolle and family, Geneve Roberts and family,
Sean Davis and family, Lockwood Stuart and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Albury and family, Dave Williams, Curley Rahming
and family, Shirley Saunders and family, Renae Andrews,
Magleana Bullard, Lorraine Cooper, Cohen Winters, Rev. Timothy
Burrows and family, Rev. Leon Anderson and family, Rev.
Raymond Jones, Jacqueline Bowe, Dora Bartlette, Mag Murphy
of Nassau, Rev. Lindy Russell and Mt. Zion Baptist Church
family, Seventh Day Adventist Church family, Holmes Rock
and West Grand Bahama communities, the staff of The Rand
Memorial Hospital and the Home for the Aged.

Family will receive friends on Friday, December 1, 2006 from
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Russell and Pinder's Funeral Home
and on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to service time at the church.

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- Notification of Funeral for
Mr. Reginald “Reggie” =
_. Anderson Jr., 77

of Dundas Town, Abaco and formerly
of Cargil Creek, Andros will be held on
Saturday, December .02, 2006 at Ila.m.
at Latter Rain Ministries, Dundas Town, ,
Abaco. Pastor Alexander Archer Sr.,
assisted by Pastor Alphonso Lewis will
officiate and burial will be in Dundas |.
Town Public Cemetery, Dundas Town,
Abaco.

The Radiance of this “Bloodstone of a |

Gem” will always glow in the hearts of |
his: :

Children: Maisie, Tyrone, Laura, Vanria, Jeffery, Brenda, Stella, Sidney and
Fredericka; Dae: Ee

Grand Children: Camille and Carlos, Desmond, Ricardo, Stacey, Taj,
Eyvonha, Jasmine, Crystal, Vandyke and Reqeul, Chas, Jodi, Jason, Cameron,
Alexander Jr., Natasha and Shawn, Monique; Dwayne and Michelle, Sharon
and Bernard, Charmaine, Herbral, Kevin, Tiffany, Brenda and Frank Sr.,
Karen, Sherrill, Michelle and Randy, Theresa and Jackie, Edwin and Patricia
Saunders; E j

Great Grand Children: Acacia, Arianna, Deneisha, Donta, Asheron, Ondra,
and Vanessa, Shanara, DeCoyo, Shadia, Isaiah, Bernard, Daveron, Natassia,
Syan, Dominique, Kera, Miranda, Marissa, Sharonne, Randera, Randell,
Jonell, Shaquel, Johnell, Frank Jr., Britney, Garbiel and Giovanna;
Sister: Eugene Coakley of Fresh Creek, Andros; pe :
Nieces: Sylvia, Salomie, Margaret, Karen, Brenda, Florene, Doris, Jestina,
Remelda, Brendamae, Florence, Gwen, Sylvia Smith, Pleasant, Mary, Elizabeth,
Cindy Norma, Gwen, Sandy, Norma and Patricia Deanne;
Nephews: Simeon, Alfred, Betram, Washington, Michael, Ricardo, Sergeant
622 Peter Dames, Amos, Moses, Wencil, Audley, David, Roy Hanna and
Joshua Lewis; eee : ee a
Sisters-in-Law: Catherine Hinsey, Gwen Hanna and Margaret Lewis;
Brother-In-Law: Pennerman Hanna; DE 4 es
Sons-in-Law: William Albury and Pastor Alexander Archer Sr.;
Daughter-in-Law: Carol Anderson; pee ;
Other relatives and friends including: Marsha Roberts, Cameron, Beltina,
The Wheelers, Kathy and Collin, Ann Wilmore, Mrs. Viola, Modena, Harold
and Joyce Smith, Howard Moss, Clarington and the Anderson Family Cargil
Creek, The Hanna and Hinsey of Love Hill, Bert Williams family and Nairn
Families Coopers Town, Abaco. ce
The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge Mortuary
& Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Thursday, November 30,
2006 from 1p.m. to 6p.m. and on Friday, December 01, 2006 at the Church
in ae Town, Abaco from 6:30pm, to service time on Saturday, December

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tributes, sign the guest book, to send condolence, sympathy, love, memories
and support for the family.



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PATRICK "PAT" S. G.
BAIN, 62

of Hillview Drive, Winton Meadow will be held :
on Friday at 10:00 a.m. at Christ Church :
Cathedral, George Street. Officiating will be Fr. :
Delano Archer. Interment in Woodlawn Gardens, :

} Soldier.

4. He is survived by his mother, Louise Archer :
.. | Bain; children, Mrs. Rubyann Bradshaw, Mrs. :
§ Tracy Moss, Antoine Mullings and Patrick Bain :
II; grandchildren, Kwame -and Kwamika :

y Bradshaw, Patrick I, Sinia Bain and Angel and :

'. Kristen Mullings; sisters, Ms. Cynthia Archer :
ane Mrs. Ravan Mason: brothers Henfield, Clifton and Stimpson Bullard; sons-in- :
law, Elston Bradshaw and Winston Moss; brothers-in-law, Desmond Mason; sisters-
in- -law, Vernie and Thereze Bullard; aunts, Agnes Albury, Carmel Knowles, Joan :

j

cher of Brooklyn, New York and Dorothy Colebrooke;; uncles, Edwin of Brooklyn,
New York, Roosevelt, Anthony and John Archer, Eugene Bain and Leon Knowles;

nieces and nephews, Desra Masoh, Ashley Ferguson, Anton, Debbie and Anatasica
Ajicher, Sonia, Sean, Shane and Leslie Pinder, Alex and Demerick Knowles. Vaughn :
and Trevor Bullard, Lavardo, Latia, Clifton Jr., Stepheniand Trevor Bullard, Louise :

ins, Samantha and Alicia! ‘McCartney and Simone Hall, Anthea and Tavis Archer,

d Tria Pinder; cousing including, Deborah, Anne and Elaine Aranha, Albertha :

mille Hall, Jeanilé Manjapra, Ingrid and Don Black, Gillian, Christine,
‘a, Jacqueline, Denise and Meridith Michael, Glenn, Derek and Willard Colerooke,
Campbell-Stone, Audréy Strachan and Shawna Evefette, Keith, Andy, Chuckie,

Mitchell and Vaughn sai) Carla Lockhart, Larry, Leslie and Lorie Minns, Edwin i
Anthony Archer Jr., sees and Amanda Archer, ;

Archer Jr., Ricardo Knowle:

Rectie Gaitor, Desrie, Obediah and Jeremey Archer, Michelle, Deidre and Rucy Jr.,

Dorpthea Newman, Avia Bullard, Godfrey Eneas and family, Sandra Munnings, Janice :
- Mackey, Deborah, Cheryl, Je on Biedley ¢ and Everette Bain and Donna Nettaze, i
Ricardo and Yuel Major. 3

Spedial friends, Mrs. Zearlené Williams and family, Ms. Lillian and Ms. Lisa Cultner, E
d Mrs. Delano Archer, Mr, Edward Pennand family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Duke :
Hanna, Mrs. Margo Blackwell, Mr. Ted Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Carter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farquharson and family, Mrs. Linda Denise Evans and i
fami: y, Harvey Tynes QC, Hon. Frank Watson, Hon. C.A. Smith, The Rt. Hon. Perry G

Fr.

G. Christie, Hon. Fred Mitchell, Hon: D. Shane Gibson, Hon. Vincent Peet, Sen. Hon.

- Bernard Nottage, The Rt. Hon Hubert Ingraham, Lady J. aequeline Fawkes and family, i
Mr. J. Barry Farrington, Mr. George Myers, Mr. Robert Sandy Sands, Mr. and Mrs.: :

Charles Fisher, Mr. Kenrick Hanna, Mr. Louis Dames, Mr. and Mrs. Wenzel Nicholls,

elanie Hanna, Ms. Karen Wilcott, Mr. Monty Braithwaite, Mr. Lenny Smith,

Sa nd Lady Arlington | Butler, Mr. Gorman Bannister, Mr. Tommy Cleare and Duke: i

Errol ‘Strachan, Mr. Theophilus Fritz, Ms. Paula Cunningham, the Bullard, McKenzie,

Ms Johnson, Rahming, Saunders, Rolle, McPhee, Ferguson and Toote Shop Corner
_ families, Mrs. Pamela Johnson-Stubbs, Bank of The Bahai :
: staff, Siwania Club of Over the Hill family and Toast Masters 1425, 5725 and 602485

fi s; Union family: The Rainbow Team including - Leo Douglas, Quebell Rolle,

Aremintha Butler, Selwyn McKenzie, Lloyd Cooper, Darrin Wood, Nicole Martin,
Alma/Mills, Loretta Smith, Keith Bain, Carolyn Dorsette and Vernon Fowler; National
Congtess of Trade Unions: Executive Team - John Pinder, Dennis Williams, Denise

“Wilson,

Griffi
GBPSDAWU, McKinney Jones-FFSAWU, Carmen Munnings-Kemp-BUSAWU,



osalee Hanna, Ms. Eva Thompson, Ms. Marilyn Knowles, Nurse Sylvia Butler,. :

as Board of Directors and ?

Sean Bowe, Anthony Bain, Nelerene Harding, Jennifer Isaacs-Dotson, Ronnie }
Butler, Deborah Hall and Ann Stubbs; Past Officers: Carla Sabala and Bernard Evans; :
Affiliates: including - Elgin Douglas-BCSSWWU, Percy Sweeting-BMEU, Leon
-BTCU, Theresa Mortimer-BFSU, Jermaine Campbell-UCB, Ida Turnquest-
Poitiér-BUT, Fred Rodgers-BMPAWU, Dennis Britton-BCGAWU, Woods- :

Workers Unions: Roy Colebrooke, Officers and Staff, including Brenda Stevenson,
Barabra iohison and Deborah Colebrooke. Laundromat Staff including Roslyn Dames,
Workers Child Care Centre Staff including Helen Rolle, Scholarship Committee
iacluding Anthony Carey and Former Officers - David Knowles and Bobby Glinton;
National Workers Co-operative Credit Union: Board of Directors, CEO-Alfred Poitier,
Staff including Joyce Quant; International Relationship: including Caribbean Congress
of Labour, Lincoln Lewis - President, George DePeana - Gen Sec., Derek Burgess
M.P. and H. Molly Burgess of Bermuda, Ms. Paula Robinson, ILO Caribbean Regional
Office, Sen. David Messiah - Antigua, Dr. Vincent Henry of Trinidad, Sir Leroy
Trotman and Robert Morris and other officers of the Barbados Workers Union.

SPECIAL THANKS: Deborah Aranha, Dr. John Lunn, Dr. Williginson Chea, Dr.
Nicholls Hepburn, Nurses and staff of The Private Medical Ward and The Oncology
Department of Princess Margaret Hospital.

In lieu of flowers donations can be sent to The Cancer Society in memory of Mr.
Patrick 'Pat' Bain. i

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson Road ind Fifth Street
on Wednesday from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m., Thursday from 11: :00 a. .m. until 6:00
p.m. , the body will not repose at the church on Friday.

EUGENE GODDARD
CLARKE, 17

of Talbot Street, Nassau Village will be held on
Saturddy at 11:00 a.m. at Last Days Gospel
Assembly Church, Nassau Village. Officiating
will be Pastor Ishmael E. Martin). Rev. Leslie
Porter and Rev. Thomas Small. Interment will
be in The Southern Cemetery, eee and

Spikena kd Roads.

He is siaaaved by his father, Bagete Clarke Sr.;
mother, Diana Goddard Clarke; sister, Ashley
Clarke; brothers, Demetrio, Mcniee and
Centuren Clarke; grandmothers, Esselene Gaitor
and Mildred Clarke; pe grand aunts, Louise and Bessie Colebrook, Loria Lightbourne
and Violet Beneby; uncles, Cleveland Jr., Mario, Edward, Prince and Kenndth Goddard,
Terrance Godet, Edman Anderson, Jeff Lightbourne, Mervin, Philip, Herbert Clarke
and Wendal Bonamy; aunts, Dale Anderson, Karen, Dessica} Jackie and Ann Goddard,

‘Stephanie Mortimer, Hilda and Elaine Woodside, Thelma Smith, Shere Listene
~ Bannister, Detective! Stephanie Hamilton of Grand Bahama, Sophia Rankine, Portia
-Farrington, Crystal Burrows and Christine Kemp; cousins, Edrena, C

tina, Kim,
Shanton, Shawn Jr.,|Ore’, Cleveland III, Avante', Sherwin, Police Congtable 2684

Carl Valentino Jr., Fresh Creek, Andros, Claudette, Vandette, Don, Kevin, Shanell,

Jillian, Calvin, Kimberley, Renard, Phillipa, Vanessa, Vernicka, Christine Gardiner,

Wilfred, Ulysses, Veronica, Corinna, Melissa, Keneva, Donnielle Jegira, Jerika,

Nominique, Jermaine, Quinton, Diargo, Mario, Admiral, Alex, Luke, Anthony Jr.,

Rashad and Jaronn, Christopher, Granville and Collins

Other relatives and fil ends including Gloverbell, Ronniemae, Glenwood ae Glenroy
Anderson, ASP Clement Lightbourne, Inspector Philip Lightboume, Dolly,{King, Avia
Lightbourme, Sylvia Gaitor, Sharon and Judith Colebrooke, Ms. Rahming (Starlight
Pre-school), Deloris Herguson, Ruth Russell, Pearl Simmons, Mae Murphy, Shirleann
Ashwood, Carnetta Martin, Carl Smith Sr., Gilford and Arthur Saunders, Madgalene
Sargent, Shenika Demetitte, Stacy, the Students and Staff of C.H. Reeves and R.M.
Bailey High Schoooljand the Nurses and Staff of Male Medical One at the Princess
Margaret Hospital. 7

Bradléy Sands-RBPA, Clive Rolle-BPOA, Timothy Adderley-BFSMWU and Claude } ‘The body will repose a Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson Road and Fit Street

Hanna BCPMU, Office Administrator-Andrea Oliver; Bahamas Catering and Allied i

on Friday from 11:00: ‘a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday fom 10:00
a.m. until service time. rb





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Mr. Emmanuel Daniel Knowles, 48
afrectionstely called "Manny"

of Pebbles Drive Golden Gates IL,
will be held on Saturday 1:00 p.m.
at St. Matthew's Anglican Church
East Shirley Street. Rev. Dr. James
Moultrie assisted by Father Don "
Haynes will officiate and interment
will follow in Woodlawn Garden
Soldier Road.

Cherished memory will forever linger
in the hearts of, wife, Helen Knowles;
father, Daniel Knowles; step mother,
Cynthia Knowles; children, Jamal &
Emmanuel Jr. (Daniel) Knowles
Wesley Maycock & Khia Fawkes;
step children, Shantor Coakley,
Carrison Bain, Thia Bethel,. Woman
Marine Apryl Moultrie of the Royal
Bahamas Defence Force; sisters, Rosemary Pintard Bowe, Nurse Karen
Knowles Gray, Naomi Rolle, Leander Maycock, Effie, Devona, Davina
and Daniella Knowles, Carolyn Richards; brothers, Osborne Pintard Sr.















Knowles and Kayja Fawkes; step- grand children, Shannon and Deshawn
Miller, Shaunette and Shavaughn Coakley, Carrison Jr. and Carika Bain,
Aleage Bethel and Christian Leary; nieces, Tanya and Danica Pintard,
Alvia and Aleage Penn, Kandise Kelly, Peggy Thurston, Anita Maycock
Moss, Eleanor Maycock Wallace, Annamae Maycock; nephews, Osborne
Pintard Jr., Hughdon Bowe Jr., Craig and Wesley Maycock, Lamar
Ferguson; ‘aunts, Clara Wallace, Yvonne Munroe, Claudine Joffre,
Aldora Claridge, Ruth Miller, Viola Sweeting Butler, Facita, Frances,
Carolyn and Gloria Wallace; uncles, Captain Edwin, Captain Roscoe
(Seamen) and Captain Christopher (Fisher) Wallace, Christie Knowles,
Captain Edward (Ned) Munroe, Captain Cyril J offie, mother-in-law,
Mary Moultrie; sisters-in-law, Margaret Pintard; Mary Mortimer; Naomi
Caroll; Marilyn Moultire; brothers-in- law, Hughdon Bowe Sr.; Ruel
Gray; Godftey Rolle; Fr. James Moultrie, Kenneth Moultrie of Miami
FL., cousins, Bernice Adderley, Francis Wallace, Miriam Ferguson,
Valencia Steiger, Olive Thompson, Joanne and Dellerease Joffre, Cynthia
Cooper, Mavis Cartwright, Kathleen Seymour, Laverne Wallace, Blanche
Wallace, Katie Sede, Wendy Eneas, Cindy Concepion, Portia Wallace,
Lakeisha Wallace, Deborah Claridge, Aldora Toote, Joann Wallace,
Carolyn Rolle, Errol, Terrance, Andrew, Brent, Walter, Terrance, Egbert,
Chris, Christopher, Don, Roscoe, Dewitt and Lex: Wallace, Robert and
















Munroe, Kevin Joffre, Jeffiey, Godfrey, Craig, Mario and Anthony
Knowles, Kirk Claridge, other relatives and friends including, Montez,
Shirley and Sherese Williams, Alvin Kelly, Monique Millar; Beverley
and Carmetta Maycock, Dianna Maycock-Williams, Harrison (Gabbie),
Norma and Samuel Wallace, Cynthia Poitier, Joanne Stovell of Miami,
Fl., Margo Wallace, Jason Wallace Sears, Ralph Williams, Amahl
Munroe; Tyrone (Cheetah) Stubbs; Vera Stubbs and family, James Bain
and Family, Leonard (Skinny) Archer, Andrew Wilson, Elliot Lockhart,
Noel Munroe, Glenn (Flo) Saunders Jr., Urie "Briggy" Johnson, Ira
Storr; Anton Johnson, 'Selassi', Jeffrey Bethel, Raphael Wallace and

family, Vivian and Audrey Deveaux and family, Dino Munroe, Randy












FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

and Kermit Wallace; grand children, Jaheim, Malia, Jamal Jr. and Jamia .

Kirk Sweeting, Derek Carter, Edward Jr., Wayne, Wilbur and Warren -




Stuart, Cassandra Sands and family, Margo Munroe, staff of Taylor
Industries and Flameless Electrical, the entire Golden Gates #1, family
and the Duncan Town, Ragge Island family, Staniel Cay and Blackpoint

| family, Elsie ‘Adderley and Abaco family McKinney family of South

Andros, Community Nursing Staff of South Beach Clinic, Oncology
and the Staff of Princes Margaret Hospital.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL OF
MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE OF FRIDAY FROM 11:00-
6:00 p.m. on Saturday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. and at the church from
12:00 noon to service time.

Mr. Michelo Mesinor, 36

of Rock Sound Eleuthera, will be
held on Saturday 1:00 p.m. at St.

Anne's Catholic Church Rock Sound
‘Eleuthera. Deacon Raymond Forbes.
will officiate and interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery Rock
Sound Eleuthera.
Precious memory are held by, his ~
mother, Mary Pierre; his father; 1
son, Christopher Lloyd

Michele Mesinor of Miami Florida;
2 sisters, Elvita Pierre and Christiana
Pierre of Florida; 4 brothers, Johnnie
and Ricardo Emil, Adley Telfort and
-| Jean Mesinor of Miami Florida; 7
aunts, Jeanne, Denise, Gerta,
Jacquline, Angelina Mesinor of
Florida, Gloria Mesinor of Rock Sound Eleuthera and Conception Achille
of Miami Florida; 2 uncles, Stephen and Onsell Achille of Rock Sound
Eleuthera; 3 nieces, Jessica, Natacha and Rachel; 2 nephews, Jesse and
Erin of Florida; special friend, Barbara Culmer; god-children, Keno dnd
Keturah Farrington, Shymm Ferguson Harvey, Shavana Basden and
Peter Williams; god-mother, Adela Charles, other relatives and friends
include, Ernestine Brown, Paxton, Sheron, Carolyn, Steve Johnson,
Cristina Brown, Daniel and Avis, Dennet, Lachan, Derverd Pyftom and
family, Jerome Forbes; Mikey Lord, Gregory Farrington, Usnor Charles
and family, Victoria Augustin and family, Niolin Cha.rles and family,
Angel Charles and family, Amanda Sands, Ivina and Jelensia Ferguson,
Elrice Domace, Roscoe Thompson and family, Delano Basden and
family, Norcclen Gene, Glomae Gene and family, Niliam Goodman and
family, Roderick Carey and family, Tom Sands, Gloria McSweeney —
and family; Bernadette Gibson-Butler, John and Barbara Farrington,
Allison and Carolyn, Ricardo, Lyden, Gregory, Ingrid Farrington, Joy
Saunders, Freddie Knowles, Clampton Sands, Dixon Pierre, Ambrosine
and Gloria, McSweeney, Wannikee Nixon, Julie Joseph, Desnice —
Anderson, Eddie "Mr Big" Scavella, Denette Pyfrom and family. Andy |
Scavella, Dennica Pyfrom Bain, Avis and Daniel. Pyfrom and family
Monica Hart and family, Mitzi Wells and family, and the entire community
of Rock Sound Eleuthera.



Relatives and friends may view ‘the remains at THE CHAPEL OF

MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday trom 10:30-2:00
p.m. and at the church in Rock Sound on pee trom_5: 00 p.m. to
service time on Saturday.



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Commonfvealth Funeral Home

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Mrs. Hazel ©
Pinder-Blanch, 44

of Arthur's Town Cat Island, will be held on
Saturday 11:30 a.m. at Gospel Chapel Old Bight
Cat Island. Pastor Perry Wallace assisted by
Pastor Rolle will officiate and interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery Old Bight Cat
Island. | | 2

Cherished memory are held by, husband, Almond
Blanch; 3 daughters, Doramae and Nicole Rolle
and Sheneka Farrington; 3 sons, Paul Pinder,
Recardo and Anthony Rolle; 1 grand-daughter,
2 sisters, Rosemary and Delleresse Mackey; 4
brothers, Newton Dawkins, Lincoln, Cornelius
and Joel Mackey; 13 aunts, Estermae and
Shevamae Rolle and Ruthmae Williams; 7 uncles,
Lionel, Edwin, Ervin, Zettie, Gerald, Naymon
and Calvin Rolle; 4 nieces, Shaneka and Felicia
Smith, Britney Mackey and Kayla, Dawkins; 10
nephews, Newton Jr., Leo and Elijah Dawkins,
Franklyn Jr., O'Conner and Tameco Smith, Jordan
and Charles Rolle, Jerome and Davis Dawkins,
other relatives and friends include, Olive Rolle
Dawkins and family, Florabel Rolle and family,
Alonzo Brown and family, Carlton Rolle and
family, Junior Moss and family, Arlington Russell
_and family, Harold Dawkins and family, Leaze
Rolle and family, Winnifred Rolle and family,
Roda King and family, Nathalie and Emerald
Brown and family, Clayton Wells and family,
Julia Armbrister and family and the entire
community of Old Bight Cat Island.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at
the church in Old Bight,on Saturday from 10:00
a.m. to service time. Arrangements art' being
handled by THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES
INDEPENDENCE DRIVE. ~ |





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CGvergreen

Mackey Street P.O. Box N-4404
Nassau, Bahamas

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

GENERAL NOTICE

The Management and Staff of Evergreen Mortuary has currently moved from
our Harold Road location to Mackey Street directly opposite Minute Muffler to
be of better service and convenience to you. You are invited to stop in and view
our facilities at your earliest convenience. :

Ta

MR. FENRICK JOSEPH
ROSE, 74

of Christopher Street off Farrington Road,
and formerly of Knowles Cat Island, will
be held at St. Agnes Anglican Church,
Baillou Hill Road at 2:00 pm. Officiating
will be Rev. Bishop Gilbert Thompson
and Rev. Father Rodney Burrows.
Interment will follow in the Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish fond memory are his sons,
Foster Rose of Grand Bahama and Ray
Rose; | adopted son, Alton Moncur; |

daughters, Miralee Rose, Sherrin Cooper
of Eleuthera, Julie Hanna, Valerie Kerr,
: Brenda Rose, Coralee Taylor of Florida,
Sonia Saunders, Rhonda Adams and Donna Rose of Florida; grand-children, Giavannia
Knowles, Donica Hall, Koster Rose II, Setesa Burrows, Mona-Lisa Rose, Dishawn
and Racquel Rose, Khaalith McKay, Ray II, Rayvaughn, Joshua and Rayshelle Rose,
Ryan and Samuel Hanna, Mandela, Mandisa and Moesha Kerr, Davon Huyler, Rashea
and Rashan Butterfield, Rudolph Jr. and Tiffany Taylor, Travers, Krystle, Oscar Jr.
and Katalia Saunders, Blair and Charlize Adams, Latiare Singleton, Catoucha and
Casssandra Diedonne and Latriona Bibbs of Florida; great-grand-children, Sade Hall,
Lereesa Burrows, Ray Rose III of Texas, Davondre and Mallory Huyler, Meleah
Maycock, Danaijah Royal and Denali Predo of Florida; sisters, Keva Farquharson,
Florabelle Penn and Coralee Sturrup; aunt, Orie Seymour; sons-in-law, Addison
Cooper, Rudolph Taylor Sr., Oscar Saunders Sr. and PC 1010 Charles Adams;
daughters-in-law, Peggy and Michelle Rose; grand-son-in-law, Petty Officer Chann

| Hall and Leroy Burrows; granddaughters-in-law, Nadie McKay, Antonia Rose and

Mrs. Ray Rose II of Texas; nieces and nephews, Stanley, Kenuth Farquharson, Frank,
Kitcherner, Clement, Agatha, Denalee and Winston Penn, Terrence, Patricia, Stephen,
Shirley, Theresa Rose, Karyn, Judy, Mark, Nitchell, Villarene, Edison, Joan, Sturrup,
Helen, April Rose, John and.Gail, Alton, Agatha, Peter, Dwight, Netta, Fordis Moncur,
Lionel and Fenrick Rose, Gloria Rose Culmer and Jacob Rose; a host of other relatives
and friends including, the Seymour family, the Rose family, Alphonso and Felix
Seymour, Ruthiemae, Tizelle Rolle, Tony Wigger, Fred Neely, Vera Rigby, Alfred
Knowles, Iris Russell, Inez Williams, Ken Lightbourne, Lyden, Cecil, Sharon and
Debra Rose, Solomon Role, Herman and Enid Sawyer, Rudy, Tyrone, Jan Sawyer, |
the Thurston family, the Deveaux family, Henrietta Deveaux, and family, the Moncur
family, the Beckles family, the Minnis family, the Wilson family, the Larrimore
family, the Strachan family, the Hart family, the Simmons family, the Livingston
family, the Johnson family, Bishop and Mrs. Rupert Johnson, Donald Knowles and
family, Mary Collie, Laurencine McSweeney, the Dorsett family, the Benson family,
the Newbold family, the McKenzie family, the Edwards family, the Brown family,
the Pinder family, the Wring family, the Gaitor family, the Bowleg family, Earl
Bowleg, Osbourne Johnson and family, Maudeline Smith and family, Alice Adams
and family, Gladys Saunders and family, Emma Cooper and family, Gwendolyn Hall
and family, George Knowles, George Kerr, Rudolph Hanna, Ronald and Ronaldo
Butterfield, Alphonso Smith, the Christopher Street family, the Smith, Tinkers, Jaretts,
Rolles, Woodsides, Knowles, Darvilles, Bains, Deans, Nesbitts, Moss, Higgs, Eneas,
Newbold, Brennens, Sears, and Claridge family, the Red Door family, The Cat Island
family, Knowles, T-Bay and Smith's Bay family, The St Agnes Parish family and

the Staff of Princess Margaret Hospital.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects-at Evergreen Mortuary at its new |
location on Mackey Street., opposite Minute Muffler on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. and again on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and again at the church
from 1:00 p.m. until service time. See foe





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BE HELD AT CHURCH OF GOD TEMPLE,

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A TIME FOR MOURNING:



FARRINGTON; SIX BROTHERS, PC1408 SAMUEL FARRINGTON, JACOB, ESAU,

MICHAEL, PHILIP AND ANDREW FARRINGTON; SIX SISTERS, SHIRLEY i

FARRINGTON, DEBORAH CHARLES, NAOMI HAWKINS, ROSE WILLIAMS,
REDENSIA FARRINGTON AND DORCAS STUBBS; THIRTEEN NIECES, BARBARA,
KENDRA, LAKEISHA, UPENDRA, SAMANTHA, SYNTESH, INDIRA, ANGEL,
MICHAELA, PEACHES, PHILI PPA, MARIAH AND TRACEY; FIFTEEN NEPHEWS,
CLINT, KENDRICK, BARRINGTON JR., TEVIN, KEVIN, KENTIN, JONATHON,
ALBERT, CYRIL JR., KENTON, NATHANIEL, TYRONE, MICHAEL JR., PHILIP JR.,

AND KHARSON. GRANDNIECES: CLINTERIA, CALESIA AND CLINIQUE; }
GRANDNEPHEWS, CLINT JR., AND BRENT JR; SEVEN AUNTS, GERALDINE :
STUBBS, REBECCA DAVIDSON, HAZEL LEADON, EDITH FORBES, SARAH :
FERGUSON, ELOISE FERGUSON, ELOISE CRAWLEY OF ATLANTA GEORGIA; :
FOUR UNCLES, ELIAS FERGUSON, JEREMIAH FERGUSON, CHARLES DORSETTE

AND MILTON CRAWLEY’OF ATLANTA GEORGIA; FIVE SISTER-IN-LAW, FRETA,

INEASE, DEBORAH, JOYCELYN AND MCQUEAL FARRINGTON; FIVE BROTHERS-
IN-LAW, R., GABRIELLES, ROGER WILS, P. STUBBS, RICARDO MARSHALL; }

NUMEROUS OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS INCLUDING, HENRY, GEORGE,
WILLIE FARRINGTON, EULEASE SANDS, LEONA NORRIS, BETTY WHYMMS,
GERALDINE HIGGS, EMERALD FRASER, CLEOMI FORBES, JESTINA RODGERS,

PAM, KEITH, ABAGAIL AND TABITHA DRINKS OF ATLANTA GEORGIA, THE :

JOSEY FAMILY, BISHOP LINDO WALLACE AND FAMILY, THE EVANS FAMILY,

MICHELLE MCGREGOR, THE WILLIAMS FAMILY, THE MCGREGOR FAMILY, THE

MUNNINGS FAMILY, CHURCH OF GOD TEMPLE FAMILY, THE LUCKY HEART
CORNER FAMILY, OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS TOO NUMEROUS TO
MENTION.

FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR LAST RESPECTS AT DEMERITTE'S FUNERAL HOME,
MARKET STREET, FROM 10:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY AND ON SATURDAY
AT THE CHURCH FROM 10:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

¢

- CHICARA NEKEISHA
NEODASHIA DAVETTE
SIMMONS, 27

A RESIDENT OF PLANE STREET, PINEWOOD

OFFICIATING WILL REV. DR. ELKIN A.

TRAIL CEMETERY, OLD TRAIL ROAD.



BROTHERS, ELVER TON BAIN, DENNISON AND DARREN MOXEY; 6 NEICES,

CLYDISA HEPBURN, JUSTINA MACKEY, SAPPHURA AND ONYXX BAIN, JAZHARA
STORR AND SOREEYA THOMPSON; 5 NEPHEW 3, DEZUR MACKEY, ELVERTON :

AND EVAN BAIN, MONTEL MILLER AND JERIMAINE SIMMONS; 16 AUNTS,

ELDORA JAMES, JUDY MCFALL, DONNA AND A CQUELINE BAIN, OPHELIA

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

A RESIDENT OF PINEWOOD GARDENS, WILL }

CROOKED ISLAND STREET AND COCONUT :
GROVE AVE. ON SATURDAY AT 11:00 A.M. :
OFFICIATING WILL BE BISHOP DR. LINDO :
WALLACE .SR., ASSISTED BY OTHER }
INTERMENT :
FOLLOWS IN THE SOUTHERN CEMETERY
COWPEN -AND SPIKENARD ROADS. :

LEFT TO CHERISH HIS MEMORY ARE, HIS
PARENTS, LEWIS AND JOYCEL YN }



GARDENS WILL BE HELD AT EBENEZER :
MISSION BAPTIST CHURCH, ST. CHARLES :
VINCENT STREET, ON SATURDAY AT 11:00 A.M. :

SYMONETTE, ASSISTED BY OTHER
MINISTERS. INTERMENT FOLLOWS IN OLD :

MILLER, MONICA AND ADRIANNA SIMMONS, MARION SILLIAMS, DEBBIE

FERGUSON, W/CPT., TERECITA PINDER RBPF GRAND BAHAMA, VERONICA
WILKINSON, STEPHANIE, TERRY, PAULAMAE AND THERESA BAIN; 10 UNCLES,
CLEVELAND SIMMONS JR., MARLO GARDENER, EDWARD BAIN OF FREEPORT,
LAVERN, WILFRED, NELSON, INSPECTOR NORMAN BAIN, RBPF GRAND
BAHAMA, MICHEAL BAIN P/CPT SIDNEY PINDER RBPF GRAND BAHAMA AND
DION CURTIS SR.; GRAND AUNTS, EDITH NEWBOLD, SARAH WILLIAMS, ANTHEA
MCINTOSH CORINE PINDER, CAROL AND CHARLAMAE WILLIAMS;
GRANDUNCLES, CLEVELAND NEWBOLD, BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, DONALD
DAVIS; GODPARENTS, REV. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, VIVAN FORBES CLARISE
WILDGOOSE; | BROTHER-IN-LAW, SILAS THOMPSONS; COUSINS, SERGENT 1520
SIDNEY JAMES OF THE ROYAL BAHAMAS POLICE FORCE, JAMECO, JURICH,
RENALDO, JANRE, CLEVETTE, JAMES, CLEMENT, DION JR. DAVID JR. CLEV
ANORA, DIONNETTE, CLEVON, CLETUS, JUSTIN JR. JAMEEL, DEMETRIUS,
SIDNEY JAMES JR., AARON MESHACH, TANIA, JAHMAL JR. MACVAYHNA,
KAMEA, JABEZ, J URREO, MALIKA AMANA, DEBORA LANSTSON, CECILE,
BRENDALEE, GABRIELLE, IDA ROMACK, LATISHA, ARNETTE, BRIDGETTE,
PASTOR JAMES WOMACK SUNNY STUBBS, ONEIL WILLIAMS; GODCHILDREN,
GENO, VALENTION BETHEL AND TREVINE OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
INCLUDING, GREGORY HALL, MS. SYLIVA TYNES, REV. ARLINGTON AND SYLIV
AROLLE, DEBBIE STUBBS, MARQUEST AND DERISEE THOMPSON, DESOMOND
AND JUDY THOMPSON AND FAMILY TASHIA SHANIQUE COUGAS AND MECO
THOMPSON ELAINE, LOUISE BOWE, AND FAMILY, VIRIS RAHMING ERIC JAMES,
VAL COOOPER, ALLAN LIGHTBOURNE, LAYTOYA AND LINDA HIGGS, MARGERT,
DOMONIQUE, ELVA RUSSELL, MS. SHELIA COLLIE, KERRIO, SYLVIA HAMILTON,
THE PINEWOOD GARDENS FAMILY, THE TAYLOR FAMILY, DEBBIE FERGUSON,
SANDRA FRAZIER AND FAMILY TERRI, ORELIA JACQUES, DEBBIE RUSSELL,
DION MILLER, PETER W ALKES, ELSA MUNNINGS MARVIN BELLE, WANDA
DARVILLE, LENA, DARLING, SAM AND ROSEMARY CAMBRIDGE HENSLEY
SANDS, BEVERLEY SMITH, MAUDE STURRUP, MATILADA WOODSIDE, CLAUDINE
STUBBS, RUTHLAND COLEBROOKE, JOYCELYN COLEBROOKE, THE BIG POND
COMMUNITY.

FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR LAST. RESPECTS AT DEMERITTE'S FUNERAL HOME,

i MARKET STREET, FROM 10:00 -6:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY AND ON SATURDAY AT THE

CHURCH FROM 10:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

JOHNATHAN
CAMPBELL, 48

a resident of Flamingo Gardens, will be held at Our
Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic Church, Deveaux
Street, on Saturday at 11:45 a.m. Officiating will be
Fr. Michael Kelly, SS.CC., assisted by Rev. Deacon
| Peter Rahming and Rev. Deacon Maxwell Johnson.
Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen &
Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish his memory are his mother, Sylvia
Clarke; father, Rudolph Campbell; stepfather, Clifton
Clarke; 5 sisters, Paula Mae and Yvonne Campbell,
Monique and Christiine Glinton and Margie Brown; 6 brothers, Claudie Burrows, Robert
Johnson, Anthony, Vincent, James, Parnardo Glinton; 8 aunts, Alice, Margaret Jolly, Sylvia
Wallace, Ethel Clarke, Lerlean Tejada, Mary, Idell and Eureka: 1 uncle, Tyrone Campbell;
14 nieces, Annie, Raynell, Radeasha, Nadia, Nadeasha, Crysel, Jameika, Jammie, Teika,
Claudeasha, Niquey, Erica, Jamie and Precious; 1 niece-in-law, Ermanette; 17 nephews,

i Gandy, Dwight, Ricardo, Shandon, James Jr., Latoya, Parnardo Jr., Javar, Marcus, Tony,

LEFT TO CHREISH HER MEMORY ARE HER :
MOTHER, SANDRA SIMMONS; FATHER: :
ELVERTON BAIN; ONE SON, CHEKEI SIMMONS; :
GRAND FATHER, CLEVELAND SIMMONS SR.; GRANDMOTHER, CECILENE BAIN; - }
STEPMOTHER, JAYNE BAIN; 6 SISTERS, VANEKE SIMMONS, JEDAI BAIN, EDISA :
ADDERLEY, CORAZINE ROLLE, REVE THOMPSON AND CLEOPATRA ALBURY; 3

Trevor, Claude Jr., Lil Claude, Pachino, Keno, Owen and Prince; 4 sisters-in-law, Shantel,
Victoria, Nancy and Cathrine; 1 brother-in-law, Ricardo Jones; 27 cousins, Patricia, Selina,
Victoria, Denise, Shawanna, Tony, Fredrick, Jamine, Marvin, Gina, Desiry, Steven, Theresa;
Ann, Genevie, Anastacia, Crystal, Yvonne, Rosamae, Portia, Kendal, Dianne, Dakada, David,
Davia, David and Cathrine; other relatives and friends including, dell Clarke and family,
Jackie King and family, Bro. Patrick Coakley and family, Linda Williams and family, Rickale
Rolle and family, Dorothy Jones and family, Van and Michelle, the Straw Market family,
familie Coakley and family, Alma Gardiner and family, the Milton Street and Mason Addition
amilies.

Friénds may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, ‘Market Street, from 10:00
: a.m.-6:00 p.m. cn Friday and on Saturday at the church from 11:00.a.m. until service time.



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES




PAULETTE PATRICE
~ CLARKE, 34

Officiating will be The Rev. Dr. C. W. Saunders,

| Clarke; eight (8) brothers, Lorenzo, Raymond,



Susan, Deanne, Kenya, Denae, Suevenn, Lorrien,

and Theresa Ferguson and Bernadell Humes; one (1) brother-in-law, Dwight Johnson;

six (8) aunts, Alsaide Humes, Erma Ferguson, Winifred and Lovie Clarke, Sheila i

- Adderley Loraine, Janet and Almaida Bowe; five (5) uncles, Willard, Foster, Akel
- and Charles Clarke and Wenzil Bowe; fifteen (15) nieces including, Shavonda,
Shequita, Alexandria, Torrianne, Delvena, Ashley, Akela, Sameka, Courtney and
Anndeka; ten (10) nephews including, Deangelo, Derrick, Tauarno, Antonio, Xavier;

three (3) god-children, Deangelo, Kenron and Tia, numerous relatives and friends :
including, Alexis Gilbert, Anthony Lightbourne, Rudolph Humes, Kenneth Fernander }
and family, Greg and family, Valerie and Bethsheba Ferguson, Amelia Bowe and }
family, Patricia Wilson and family, Nathalie Sweeting and family, Francina Lloyd : |
and family, Janet Turnquest, Charles Cunningham, Bishop Kirkwood Murphy and }
~ family, Bishop John and Solomon Humes and family, Sharon Morley and family,
Roselyn and family, Rev. Cedric Smith, Carlene, Margo, Henny Richardson, Karen i
Adderley, the Rolle, Humes and Clarke family, Miami Street family, the Staff of i
Accident.and Emergency of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Palestine Union Baptist :
Church family and the entire Community of the Forrest, Exuma.

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 aOR 00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. and at the :

church from 12:00 noon until service time.
® x

HORTENSE_-
HANNA, 79

Road.



Goakey Williams, James Miller, Bruce, Kenneth, Robert, Ellsworth, Edward, Berard,

Alexander Arlington, Basil, Harry, Nathaniel, Fred and Alfred Hanna, Rev. Lawrence

_ and Anthony Arnett and Wellington Francis; nieces, Marglee Bethel, Dorothy Poitier,

Delcean Douglas, Laverne Cooper, Iva and Sarahlee Williams, Shirley Davis, Ruth :

Butterfield, Valerine Williamson, Mythlyn Jones, Daisy Hansen, Rosemary Bain,

Carmen Rolle and Audrey Fernander; nieces-in-law, Iris Williams, Vernetta Miller,
- Margaret, Betty, Halcie, Jacqueline, Velma, Renee, Victoria, Altamese and Gloria‘ i
Hanna, Brenda Arnett and Grace Francis; nephews-in-law, Orthnell Poitier, Peter :

Dougias Sr., Henry Cooper € Clifford Fernander, Harrison Williamson, and Rudolph }



OW oe a oe ah oa

SOS en Re ee apa a

— Demeritte’s Huneral 3

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



a resident of Forrest Exuma & formerly of Miami
Street, Nassau, will be held at Salem Union Baptist }
Church, Taylor Street, on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. :

Cardin, Quentin, Don and Rasco Clarke and
Bernard Ferguson, ten (10) sisters, Irene (niece), i

Be Romeka Clarke, Florence Johnson, Jennie Mae



a resident of#21 Palmetto Ave., Sea Breeze and i
formerly of Fortune Hill, San Salvador, will be :
held at Annex Baptist Cathadral, Wulff Road, on }
. Saturday at 11 :00 a.m. Officiating will be Apostle :
Mitchell E. Jones, assisted by Bishop Godfrey R. |
williams and other ministers of the gospel. :
Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier.

Left to cherish these memory, one brother, Thomas
Hanna; one sister, Helen Arnette; nephews, Bishop :

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 19





Hansen; numerous grand nieces and nephews including, Nicarra, Waheed and Jonique
Bain, Shaphelle Knowles and Garath Ryan; numerous great-grand nieces and nephews,
numerous cousins including, Fairelenor Black; numerous godchildren including, Verna
Rolle-Gilbert and Donell Carey; special friends and other relatives including, apostle
Mitchell Jones and the family of the Annex Baptist Church, Minister Alfred Gray and
family, Dec. Pandora Hall, Sis. Ivadell Carey, Sis Geraldine Jones, Sis, Helen Cash,
Sis, Rosemary Moss, Sis. Vera Rolle, Sis Johnson and family, Maud Kerr and family,

i Brenda Albury, Mr. and Mrs. Hart ily, Mr. . Ceci
ascisted'by The Revi Cadre Smith. Interment | renda Albury, Mr. and Mrs man Rolle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones

follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. i
| Left to cherish her fond and loving memory are }
her mother, Maria Ferguson, stepmother, Magnola

and family, Mr. Wilfred Johnson and family, Dec. Dames and family, the entire Union
Village community, New Hope Missionary Baptist church family, Mt. Tabor Full
Gospel Church family, the Jones', Rolle's, Butler's, Storr's, Black's, Major's and the
entire community of San Salvador and many others too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
_ 10:00-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service
time.

Principal Officer, HMP
LINWOOD McFARLAND
RIGBY, 54

aresident of Antiqua Street, Elizabeth Estates and
formerly of Clarence Town, Long Island, will be
held at Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries,
| Carmichael Road, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Bishop Ros Davis, assisted by
Pastor Allan Strachan, Rev. Eugene Clare and
Rev. Dr. Rosetta Clare. Interment follows in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memory, His loving, supportive
wife of 28 years, Nancy; daughter, Prisca Rigby; sons, Delvin and Antonio Rigby;
mother, Olga Rigby; brothers, Reginald, John, Anthony and Baldwin Rigby; sisters,
Evangelist Lolamae Rolle, Euterpie Rigby, Janet Lightboume and Alana (Jeanice)
Smith; mother-in-law, Zerlene Emmanuel; brothers-in-law, Rev. Victor Rolle, Richard
Lightbourne, Stephen Smith, Jack, Alphonso of Tennessee, Ortland Jr., Rev. Prince
0., Duke Sr., Kirkland (K.B.) Sr., Reortland, Charles, John Sr., and Wilton Bode of
Miami; sisters-in-law, Rev. Louise Rigby, Mrs. Karen Rigby, Mrs. Sophie Rigby,
Mrs. Barbara Rigby, Dr. Ilonka Roker, Mrs. Imnaca Morris-Baker, Mrs. Reorian
Rolle, Mrs. Sylvia Mitchell, Mrs. Natalie Bod -Deal, Mrs. Rose Stubbs, Mrs. Beautis
Morales of Miami, Mrs. Glorina Jackson of Atlanta, Barbara Roy; numerous nieces
and nephews and grand nieces and grand-nephews, and a host of other relatives and
friends, including, Helen Addison, Stephanie Minns, Oliver Pulz, Jessica Rolle,
McKenzie, Debra Major, Christine Anderson, Lois Moncur, Edna Dean of Opalocka,
Florida, Charles and Lois Bethel, Wilbur and Brenda Major of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Keith Major, Beryl Adams, Alma and Henry Ferguson, the Minnis, Taylor, Bowe and
Major families of Clarence Town, Long Island, Nancy Arangil, Lilly Taylor, Bishop
Ros Davis and Rev. Althea Davis and the Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries
family, the officers and staff of Her Majesty's Prison, the Rhema Christian Ministries
family, Angela Brennan, Yvette Brennan, Effie Brennen, Ruth Minnis, Mr. and Mrs.
Ancil Pratt, the Parish of St. Paul's and the community of Clarence Town and Long
Island, the Thelma Gibson Primary School family, Davie Rolle (Commodore) Defence
Force, Braynen family, Jacqueline Bethel Carey and family; Yvonne Deveaux and
family, Lean Hanna and family, Ettamae Paul and family, Janet McFall and family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until
service time. .



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RIB #762
RIB #775

RIB #770 ; seat RIB #772
SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 1997 FORD F-150 1997 NISSAN MAXIMA, GOLD 1998 NISSAN ALTIMA, GXE

White with black interior, 4 door _ Red/Grey, 6 cylinder. Good Standard shift, sunroof, Ac, CD player, Gold with tan interior, In good condition
: $9,500.00 OBO condition $5,000.00 18” alloy rims, Just in from the U ; 17” rims, Standard shift,
Fully loaded, All power, 4x4, AC, CD 6 speaker| |. Cell: 565-2473. $6,500.00 OBO Asking $5,500.00

system 16’ rims, Won't last 1-242-464-3996 or (hm)341- -7867 | . if fe 2
Tel: 361-2236 Cell: 565-4046 anytime after 7pm Cell: 535-6702/ 464-1318 or 302-8121



BEF #164 2001 B15 Sentra
RIB #773 1999 Ford Explorer XLT, great condition, low mileage,
hunter green, one owner, no accidents, 18" chrome rims,
fully loaded, 6-CD changer, $8,000,
$7,000 as is, Call: 454-5303 or 324-4118
Call: 424-0134

1996 HONDA ACCORD
Green with light green interior

. Power everything, AC, CD player, auto, Good condition, Fully laoded
5200.00 ONO -
Tel: 8322-7391 Cell: 465-6613



BBF #186
2002 Nissan Senira, B13,
blue w/grey int.standard shift,

17" rims, sound-:system, oe condition,
$6,000 ONO,

1996 Ford Taurus, $3,000,

Call: 324-8638 or 362-1938

BBF #189






-IBBE #187 BBF #188
2003.Ford Escape XLT,
83K miles, ee ao tiltle, just licensed,
16,9

900,
Call: 324-6419 day, 361-7451, 454-1516

2002 Nissan Altima, 1998 Dodge Siratus,
Ithr int. mahogany dash, 20" chrome rims, CD, A/C, pwr everything,
chrome grill, 3.5 litre engine, $11,900, $5,000,
Call: 362-2034, 341-3919 or 465-8323 Call: 323-4957 or 359-0560



20" chrome rims and Tires,
3 weeks old, 5 hole universal, will fit most
Cars or Trucks

$2,500 obo, — RIB 4771 : . TRIB #551
Call: 456-7857 , 1997 CHEVY LUMINA FOR SALE URGENT!!!
Burgundy with grey interior Fleetwood engine V8 c c D oRaeO bi
$4,200.00 ONO gine iters cub in

Clean American car ready to go #00) SeenON
CD player ACs: Tel: 422-1577
Tel: 361-6625 cell: 557-2886. :

BBF #149

1993 Kea Passeo,

BBFH48 i clean int. A/C, auto, well kept,

$3,000 ONO,

a s BF #146 2000 Ford Ranger, — .
2004 CHEVY AVEO 2002 Ford Explorer XLT, cea title, fully eneod: 24K miles, V6, Cal A282 0 361 Gore

$12,000.00 OBO ~ fully loaded, ne int é SS ONO chrome rims,
Clean title, 4 door, sliver, AC, 1700 425-448 r 328-41
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RIB 476
1997 TOYOTA AVALON
AC, TV, CD, TAPE DECK, POWER
SEATS,
EXCELLENT COND.
$6,800 ONO.
341-4912, 557-0326.







Just in. $5.500.00 ONO
Price Negotiable

BBF #151
1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass,
350 rocket engine, running clean title, in
mint canettoN

$13,
Call: 404.6747 or 325-0418

BBF #158

$6,500 ONO, after day time, 326-7198, 525-
8468, or Night 361-0452 ask for Melissa,

BBF #159

BBF #160

Call: 326-7198 or 436-8005

1994 Honda Accord,
SIR V-tech, sunroof, 17" chrome rims,

clean in & out,
$4,300 ONO,






Call: 323-1932 or 328-0002,

BBF #165

2000 Nissa Senira,

dark green, gray int. 4-dr, 17" rims,
cassette player, A/C, excellent condition,
clean in & out,
$7,000 ONO,
Call: 357-3748

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BBF #169

1999 Ford Explorer 2000 Honda Accord V6, 1997 Honda Accord,
1995 TOYOTA COROLLA, sound system, 20" rims, A/C, seas -excellent condition, sunroof, spoiler, pwr everything,

Call: 565-6161 or 322-2192

BBF #171
2000 Nissa Sentra,
dark green, gray int. 4-dr, 17" rims, cassette ©
player, A/C, excellent condition, clean in & out,
$7, 000 ONO, Call: 357-3748

BBF #174







BBF #152
2005 Chevy Impala,

$10,500, fully loaded,
Call: 424-6747 or 325-0418

BBF #166









2001 Chevy Blazer;
fully loaded, 12 disc CD, player,
one owner, pwr everything,

$12,000 OBO,
Call: 565-1949

2003 Chevy Cavalier,
18" chrome rims, A/C, CD, automatic, low miles,
‘clean int.
_asking $9,000 ONO, $7,500 w/out rims,
~ Call: 477-4977

2000 Chevy Tahoe,
AIC, fully pwr, everything chrome, Ithr int. CD,
21,000, in excellent condition,
22" chrome rims,
Call: 535-0221 or 394-1942 ©



BBF #153 i
BBF #162
1999 Honda Accord,
fully loaded, Ithr, auto, start kit,
18" chrome rims, pioneer set,
just in from U.S. immaculate condition,
Call: 535-7040 or 364-6610

2000 Nissan Maxima,
clean title, gold, auto, A/C, fully pwr, in dash
DVD, sound system, clean must see,
$11,500 ONO,
Call: 477-6835 anytime

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BBF #167 BBFHI76~

. 1998 Honda Civic,
chrome muffler, CD, A/C, rims, standard shift,
very clean, neon lights, :

2000 Nissan Xterra,
$13,500,

Call: 326- 2086 or '436- 4517 Call: 426-5339



BBF #163
1999 Honda Accord V6,
pwr windows, factory alarm, sunroof,
o's €.1 HEB: tinted, low. mileage, ‘
'

; GVA NV yee
4-dr, black, 43K miles, excelent running 1 tac e gate 446.

condition, AIC, $2,8 CW eg
Call: 325-1093, 434-3932 or ato: 3123 aC rare Wie eth ste

BBF #15

1995 AcuraLegend, ,
Ithr, sunroof, A/C, CD,.20" rims, bec
ia financing evaitable;

$5,700, vy
Call: 424-8009 6% Sy eriouls igduiries only’.
Pee fete aes Wea eeHS 84 or 434-6279

Pa rteyta Trailblazer, ;

1998 Sentra, (°° {4 6-disc, ED change





BBF #178
1998 Honda Civic,
spoiler, A/C, CD, immaculate condition, fresh
paint job, low miles, sunroof,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 323-1932 or 426-9862

BBF #181 ;
1997 Honda Civic,
chrome rims, sound system, , A/C, fully pwr;
immaculate condition, clean in & out,

$5,800,
Call: 328-7817 or 423-0740

BBF #182 :
5 _ 2002 Ford Explorer,
green, beige int. 3rd row seats, CD,
excellent condition,
$16,500 OBO?
Call: 322-5160 or 477-3105

RIB #417
Diesel " ~

. _ 1998 Toyota Corolla hatchback,
Forest green, tinted:glass, ice cold ACI!
- excellent condition, inside & out,
stent mileage, would make great messenger
car, priced to-sell,
$6,500 ONO,
Call: 327-3165 :or 457-4472
please leave a message,

BBF #949

1994 Prelude,

SIR V- Tech, H22 engine; w/headliners, 6 on the
floor, Ithr seats, black, pioneer CD, pwr
windows, AIC, sunroof,
$5,000.OBO,

Call: 544-6976

IBBF #952.

2001 Ford Escape XLT,
CD, A/C, auto, fully loaded,
in excellent condition,
$9,000 runs good,
Call:392-6721 or 535-2099

BBF #960 :
2000 Chevy Blazer, .
Ithr int., A/C, fully pwr, alarm, sidebar steps,
chrome grill guard, CD,
$6,800.00 ONO,
Call:422-6569

BBF #968
20017 Mitsubishi Montero,
fully loaded,
asking $15,500,
Call: 636- 6859 or 325-3403

BBF #180

2005 Dodge Magnum,
red, clean, 22"rims, leather int. fog lights,
only 2000 miles,
$30,000. OBO,
- ~ bank assistance available,
Boss Ride, chromed out parts, Call: 565-
5977 or 423-5230 —
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2000 Chevy
asking $10,500,
Call: 636- 6e59 or 305- 3403

BBF #972
2002 Ford Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, white w/gold int. very clean,
fully loaded, sunroof, PS, PW,
$18,500 OBO,
Call: 434-9422 or 557-9404

BBF #986

2003 Ford F-150,
4-dr, remote start, soft bed cover, 1200 watt
sound system,
$24,000 & $22,000 w/out system,
Call: 457-3100

BBF# 175

2001 B15 Sentra,
great condition, low mileage, 18" chrome rims,

$8,000,
Call: 454-5303 or 324-4118

BBF#170

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94 Toyota, Soarer, eresh),

‘12, CR a AIC, excellent condition, —

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500,”
Call: 393-5506 or 324-1883



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RIB #700
Nissan Skyline, 1994,
30,000 genuine miles. All original. Multi CD,
All electric. All test welcome. Excellent car.
Ex Pat sale. £6750. .
Tel: (242) 677 9034 or 424-4743

RIB # 732

2002 FORD F150 LARIOT
Burgundy with grey interior
$12,900.00
Engine runs great, power everything, low miles,
built in gauge operator
and voice recorder
Tel: 394-5714 cell: 357-4182

1993 CHEVERLOT TRUCK
Navy blue
$6,500.00 OBO
Tel: 323-5037 cell: 454-7787

RIB #223
1994 DODGE CARAVAN 3.0L V6
Good condition
: $3,000.00 price negotiable
Telephone 395-81 14/423-0409/324-5850

RIB #296
1997 CHEVY BLAZER. '.

White with blue ‘interior AC, tinted windows, C'
-~ player, power windows, power door locks, 5
doors, Excellent condition.

~ Price $6,800.00
Tel: 341-1082 Cell: 535-2351 or 341 -5A42

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RIB #463
1996 NISSAN CEFIRO EXCIMO
4 door, white with grey interior, Auto, AC, P/S,
P/B, PANINCONS Efocks

$5,900.0
Tel: 324-1328 or 356-7848

RIB #490
FOR SALE, 2002 TRAIL BLAZER
Fully equipped, Air bags, power windows,
alarm.system etc
$17,500.00 ONO
Tel: 326-7299 or 558-1863 -
Natasha

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RIB #474 RIB #492 5
2002 FORD EXPLORER, XLT JEEP 1991 LS 400 LEXUS
$18,000.00 White with tan interior
Fully loaded, leather interior, 3 row seats seeking 4 SOGOU ONG.
Tel: 324-0070 Tel: 323-3154 Cell: 454-4727
RIB #477
1996 HONDA ACCORD miaaeee
White with beige interior 1999 NISSAN PRIMEIRA
$3,800.00 ONO Silver with dark grey interior, right hand drive
Good running condition, power windows, Asking $7,500.00 OBO
clean, CD Player, Just serviced ‘i Runs excellent!! '
Tel: 392-7320 ust see to appreciate
Cell: 425-6368 or 535-8016 Tel: 422-4071/324-4085 or 427-9889
or,

RIB #478 53 =
1997 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Burgundy with tan interior. 4 door
$3,800.00 ONO
Gold pinstripes, ice cold AC, 20” chrome, runs
& drives. Light rear damage. EZ fix
No reasonable offer refuse.
Serious inquiries only
Call: 535-0758 anytime please leave a mesage

1995 INFINITI
Pearl exterior,Leather interior,
20” rims
sound system, AC,
$6,500.00
Tel: 392-7886 Cell: 455-2115

RIB #592 - sayin RIB #622.” fae a
1392 TOYOTA HILUX SURF! crn}? ve s 2 98 TRIUMPH Smears ae
‘ sleqdtic.y Rede: red eonvertible,int; number matctin
grey. with’ 00000 interor ) y ‘original. 6 oyk with twin corte. fast and’ pelle
,0 show. winner. 2nd owner with Orginial documents and
Excellent condition, Diesel manuals. Rare car, only 730 convertible-Sport 6' built.
Tel: 324-7524 Cell: 424-0519 Serious inquiries only.
Tel 324-1510, 322-6564.



RIB #511 |
1997 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black, Stick shift,
$4,100.00
Fully loaded, cold AC, ‘Nissan original rims,
CD player system, alarm
Tel: 326-6328 cell: 565-6470

1996 FORD EXPLORER, SPORT
Black ext, tan int. 2:door,.alarm,
A/C, CD player, ;
low mileage, keyless entry
po $4,000.00 ONO
Cell 454-1481

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RIB #54 :
1997 VOLKWAGON GOL,F BLACK
$6,200.00 OBO
AC, CD player, New paint, rims and tires,
garage kept and in excellent condition
Cell: 423-8667

RIB #

1999 LEXUS GS 300.
Dark green with beige leather interior,
Loaded All option. P/W, AC, Sunroof. P/L.
: 20” lexani rims.
Price $15,500.00 ONO
Tel: 341-6722 —
Cell: 395-6-6257 or 426-0756

RIB
ies , 2002.FORD ESCAPE.V6 XLT 5
kee Ne W Biye > iti elpe/leathe | interior , ,

6 in-dash. epee power sunroof, low'mileage,
: + AC, power windows & locks, Factory alarm.
Excellent condition :
Must see to appreciate"
Tel: 502-5300 Cell: 395-7561 or 364-6044



HE TRIBUNE

RIB #556

2006 DODGE DAKOTA QUAD CAB
Blue with grey interior,
4 door, 5,500 miles
Fully loaded
$33,000.00
Tel: 322-8219 Cell: 357-9372 -







RIB #566
~ 1998 BUICK REGAL LS, WHITE
Blue interior, 4 door sedan. Good condition
$7,000.00 ONO
Tel: 392-1173 :
Cell: 392-1173/357-3396 or 457-1318








RIB #572
1996 BUICK REGAL
. Blue with bine intericr

Owner leaving Island, Must selll!
Excellent condition,
Power everything, Fully loaded
Tel: 324-6066

1997 Toyota Coaster _
New Engine, Comes.with Route #21,
Plates, Insurance and Liscence
$16000. £0:

RIB #677

1999 ISUZU RODEO
_ Pearl white with beige interior
“ € © 7$40,500.00 :
Fully loaded, 6 cylinder, AC, CD player,
3 month warranty included’
Tel: 354-7611









THE TRIBUNE




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RIB.#599

1993 LANCER EVOLUTION
White with black interior, Good condition, rims

blits blow off varl. stage 4 cluthes
racing gear box
$6,500.00 $7,00 with set, clean inside

Tel: 328-6754/ 395-4827 cell: 466-6112

















RIB #606
2001 VOLKSWAGON JETTA, SEDAN
Red with black interior
$12,000.00
Fully loaded, In excellent condition
Cell: 424-5599











RIB #643
1995 Suzuki Escudo
DIESEL!!
’ Very low Mileage - 58,000 Miles! -
Cold A/C, Spacious,extra clean Interior
Tinted Glass‘& Stereo. -
«. $9500.00 ONO
Please call 327-3165 or-357-4472 ©








CHEVY IMPALA LS ~
White with grey. interior $12,000
Fully loaded, spotless interior AC, CD player

just serviced, 20” ruby rims with dual spinners,

only one on ‘the Island, 70,000 miles Call lets:
make a deal Cell: 455-4083

2000 FORD F-150

Standard shift; AC, CD, Good condition _

$8, 500.00 ONO
. 857-5090 352-6102

gee ite see

4






controlled from steering wheel, mahogany dash,

RIB #633

’ 2003 FORD EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, Blue/gold trim, beige interior
- $32,000.00 OBO
Fully loaded, CD, DVD,.Etc.
Tel: 325-3170 Cell: 357-0530/345-7025

2001 MITSHIBISI MIRAGE
Forest green with tan interior
$6,800.00 ONO -
Excellent condition,
18” rims, Automatic drive and tints.
Must see to appreciate!
Please call 455-1281/364-3696 or 325- 2008
ext 238



RIB #674

1999 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Blue with grey interior, 4 door
$10,000.00
Low, low mileage, only 25K like new,
Great AC, Automatic, power windows etc
Tel: 327-2635 Cell: 434-6167



RIB #660 :
f 2002 TOYOTA CAMRY .
Black with grey interior
$19,000.00
“Low miles, well kept, regular serviced,
great condition.
~ Tel: 327-5494 cell: 357-5831 -

RIB #692

1995 HONDA ACCORD :
Gold with tan. interior, Stick shift, cold AC,
Exhaust. muffler, CD player, runs well

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*$A-D00. 60-ONO A

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RIB #600



1995 HONDA ACCORD
Cherry red with tan interior, Clean interior, CD
player, remote start alarm, DVD player,
standard shift, ood condition, ready to go
4,800.00
Tel: 324-8347 cell: 466-7076

RIB #672
1995 FORD F-350
White, 7 yard Dog house dumper
$4,000.00 ONO
Good condition, Ready to work, AC, radio
Call 361-7247 or 454-5006







RIB #682

‘ 1995 HONDA ACCORD V-Tec

Burgundy, automatic LHD. In good condition
New tires, recently serviced, power






with Ipod video $5,000.00 ONO
Contact 436-421 1/325-0847

RIB #701

1998 DODGE.GRAND CARAVAN
Gold with beige.interior, 7 seats, automatic
windows. Expat own, Good condition
Asking $8,500.00
Tel: 327-3820/327-4157 or 424-3284

TRIB #698

1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
Dark green with dark grey interior
CD.alativ’ Kinted!wintows, Excellent interior,
eA must:see, “Ait conditioner, Jow mileage
‘78h 964.4283 Gell: "427 2010,

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 27



steering/windows/lock; with sunroof, CD player






RIB #680

2003 SATURN ION
Black with beige interior, 17,000 miles, 2 door
coupe with two extra mini doors and with
chrome wheels.
$11,000.00Price negotiable
Serious enquiries only
Tel: 393-7675 Cell: 434-0362 or 477-2394









RIB #681
2001 CHEVY LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior
$5,700.00 ONO z
Very dependable car. A must see, pioneer head
unit, upgrade door speakers, excellent running
condition. Cell: 477-4399 or 565-0197

RIB #684

1997 CHEVEROLET LUMINA
Blue with light blue interior
$4,000.00 ONO
Just serviced, Good condition AC, CD player
Cell: 677-4562 or 423-4665

RIB #712

1991 MAZDA ROADSTER

Eunos sports car. Red with black interior
$4,000.00 ONO

Leaving Island, two seater convertable black top

automatic, cool AC

Tel: 328-2696

RIB #708

2005 CHEVY. EQUINOX
Burgundy with grey interior. Excellent condition,
Like new, Very low miles, CD player, power
windows, Good gas mileages.
she aS : )"= Great Christmas-g gift
“SS > “Asking $23,000.00
ee ‘Tel: 344: “4809 Cell: 456-9972






















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NEW ARRIVALS

1995 NISSAN PRIMERA,
Dark grey with grey interior,
00.0!

5
AM/FM Radio, AC, Fully powered,
super clean engine, clean title.
Cail to make a deal
Tel: 324-6340



1996 NISSAN MAXIMA
Burgundy with tan interior
$5,000.00 ONO
Standard shift, Excellent condition, 18” rims,
sound ststem. DVD, engine real quiet
Tel: 327-5069 Cell: 525-8702

RIB #720
1997 HONDA ACCORD LX
White with beige interior, 80,000 miles, AC,
power windows. Come, see, Make an offer
Tel: 393-1753 or 393-1756

TRIB #721

2000 CHEVY MALIBU
Champagne with grey interior
,500.00
Good condition, clean title,
sound system, Cold AC,
factory alarm and factory rims
Cell: 454-6642

RIB #688

1999 CHRYSLER CIRRUS
Burgundy with black(leather) interior, 4 door,
$4,300.00 ONO
44K, 3.2L,V6, auto AC, clean title, AC, great.
Cell: 436-0273/436-0273

RIB #697
1997 HONDA CVIC
Blue with grey interior Hatch back
$5,000.00
Right hand drive, AC, stick shift, power windows,
cD player, tints, License
Tel: 361-2106 Cell: 454-3604 or 454-4308

2000 GMC SATURN COUPE
Mint (ike New) Condition Red Luxury Sports Vehicle!
20,000 miles, Fully Loaded, 21/2 Doors, AC,
CD- Player, Radio, Keyless Entry, Chrome Rims, New

Tires, Sunroof, Right-Hand Drive, Automatic Shift, Power:

Windows & Mirrors,
Justin from Japan, Licensed & Registered!
$11,800.00 OBO

Go to the following link for more info & photos:
www.coupe.gotdns.com/saturn.htm -
Call 394-3801 or 465-2655

TRIB #730

2002 FORD EXPLORER, BLACK
$16,500.00 ONO ~
Cell: 457-2449 Cell: 535-7958.

RIB #731
1998 CHEVY LUMINA
Champagne with cream interior,
Long Body , 4 doors, 18” rims, AC, tints, leather
seats, AC,
$5,500.00 ONO

Excelllent running condition, Clean in and out.

Must go, owner leaving the island.

Tel: 328-6581 Cell 426- 1973

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RIB #695
1999 BUICK CENTURY >
Gold with tan interior
$8;500.00
Cell: 558-7287

RIB #714
1997 TOYOTA WINDOM
Black and Grey with grey interior
Asking. $6,500.00 ONO
Tel: 341-4822

RIB #706
1993 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.6L
Dark green with black/grey interior
In very good condition, low mileage, AC,
CD player blaupunt, automatic, Must sell
Owner leaving Island
Asking $4,100.00 Call 565-6876

RIB #740
2001 MERCEDES BENZ E240
Avantgarde Limited Edition. Silver metallic,
blue leather, 18" chrome ice metal rims w/chrome
accessories. One of the nicest Benz on the island.
Will negotiate if the price is right.
$35,000.00
Tel 327-1304/456-0332

‘44
- 2005 NISSAIN ALTIMA
White with tan interior
$23,000.00
Fully loaded, 22” chrome rims, Sunroof, 8,000
mites; keyless. -entry;-Factory suede interior
- -Tel: 394-3436 cell: 525-1394

TRIB #724

RIB:#705 ie ae
2000 RANGER XLT
Ext cab, Red and tan exterior, Bedliner,
auto, AC, V6
$10,500.00
Tel: 525-2166



RIB-#719 : -
-1997 HONDA ACCORD
_ Champagne with tan interior, 4 door.
$5,800.00 ONO
Auto, “AC, CD player, PW/ PL, alarm.
: Also Avaiable :

1995 ACCORD WHITE $5, 300. 00 ONO
Stick shift, CD, AC, Just in from US
Tel: 364-7525

2006 NISSAN MAXIMA SEDAN
Pearl white, 38000.00
On 20” rims. Just landed.
_ . Tel: 364-6914
Cell: 426-6465 or 426-6444

TRIB #748 -
1998 FORD ESCORT
Tan with tan interior, 4 door
AC, Power steering, power windows,
cD player, like new, $3,000. 00

. 2001 DODGE NEON
(Red) Only $5,000.00
Tel: 324- 8142 Cel 434-6205

RIB #750

1999 DODGE DAKOTA
Blue, standard shift,
CD player, cold AC, Runs great
$7,500.00 OBO
Tel: 356-2177 or aot ca

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RIB #733
: 1990 300ZX NISSAN
Black with black interior, 2. door
$,3,000.00
standard shift, t-top, V6 3.0 catback exhaust,

Runs like-new. Serious Inquiries
Tel: 393-3427 Cell 425-7915

RIB #726 :

2000 FORD ESCAPE
Yellow with gray interior. Great condition,
Priced to sell
$9500.00
Christmas special
Tel: 325-2255 Cell: 359-2852 or 356-9041

RIB #7.
1996 TOYOTA RAV-4
Black with gray trim and gray interior
5,800.00

Excellent condition, RT hand drive, reliable and
stylist. Christmas priced
Tel: 323-7608 Cell: 422-3013 or 325-2255

BBF #104

95 Toyota Windom,
2.5, CD, clean int. A/C,
$2,500,

-Call: 565-0966

FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!!!

BOB THE BUILDER
Ride On Toy
$290. 00

SPORTSCRAFT.84”
TURBO :
Air.HockeyTable
Electronic Score Board)

Call: 477-6184

RIB #737

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
White with beige/leather interior
$9,000.00
Sunroof, in-dash DVD, CD screen racing cluthes
standard shift, 18” 350Z racing rims, tints, AC,
runs perfect
Tel: 362-2843 Cell: 454-5765

RIB #735
1992 TOYOTA LEXUS ES 300
Same as windom, Green & grey with tan interior
$5,500.00 ONO Just in from Miami & in very
‘good condition, runs & drives like new,

18” chrome wheels, AC, CD PLAYER, P/seats,
P/windows & doors, sunroof, leater interior &
‘more including a good title
Tel: 323-8173 Cell: 454-8749 /544-3579

#86
1996 TOYOTA COASTER BUS
30 seater, 1.H2. $12,000.00 -
Very good running condition, good interior.
395-81 14/324-5850 after 4:30pm.

# ;
2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE, EX
Blue, 2.4 liter, Manual transmissiom 86,000 miles , 20”
chrome rims, leather interior, complete DVD & audio
system, lambo door kit. Vehicle in very good condition
& runs great, Not a clean title vehicle. Must see to
appreciate $15,000.00 OBO
Contact Ryan @ 441-0852

419
2001 HONDA STREAM
White, 7_ passenger, Very clean, Excellent
condition, Great 8 es eos .0 engine, 4 cylinders
362-2177, 47-1258/961-4294

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 29

RIB #751,
1998 FORD SUV EXPLORER,
XLT

Pale blue with beige leather interior
$10,000.00 56,000 miles
Tel: 327-7368

RIB #746
2004 MITSHIBISH] PAJERO JEEP
FOR SALE

Fully loaded. One.owner, low mileage

BURGULAR IRON BARS

Aluminum storm shutters like new
singles, doubles triplex
Call: 394-6297

RIB #747

2004 TOYOTA COROLLA, XLT
Gold with grev interior. Car in good condition
$7,0C0.00 ONO sold as is
Owning leaving the Island
Tel: 341-2757 Cell: 466-7936

RIB-#759

1992 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK
Gold with black/grey interior, has 1997 engine,
5 speed, Sound system, angel lights, racing
clutch. Must see to appreciate

. $3,000.00 ONO
Tel: 322-8467 Cell: 436-4375

RIB #768 -
1995 NISSAN LUCINO
Red, dark titanuim tints, 17” chrome rims,
Good condition, Pioneer CD player and
speakers, Alarm system, AC & automatic
windows, muffler, low mileage
$4, 500.00 ONO
Cell: 434-1 866/434-2761

TRIB #756

1996 BUICK LE’SABRE
Grey with grey leather interior
20” rims. Just came from US,

Good condition
Asking $5500.00
Call: 394-5631 or 456-4918

RIB #755
1999 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
Champagne
$5,500.00
Recent tune up, Oil change, transmission
service; would make good service/delivery
vehicle; well maintained. Tel: 422-4027

RIB #757

2005 NISSAN ALTIMA
Mint green with beige interior
$15,000.00 ONO
20” rims, Special edition, Gray tints,
surround sound systems
Tel: 324-5167 or 364-2185

RIB #764
1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
Black witk dark grey interior. $4,300.00
Car running like new, clean in & out, AC, CD player,
license until next year. No mash, solid good to go
Tel: 341-8109 Cell 454-3859

Yamaha V250 OX66
fuel injection ,
saltwater series II
asking $5,800,

Call: 395-8106,
328-4733

or
464-1876





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RIB #70:
1986 Custom Built Smith Boat 48’

Express Sport-fish 25kt cruise 750 Gal. Fuel 250 Gal.
water Twin 6v92 Detroit diesels Complete rebuilds in
2005, New 10.5 Kw Generator 2005, Inverter, 3x
16,000 BTU A/C 2 new w/ digital panels 2006, New
Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, 2 burner Cooktop, 48 mi
Radar, 2 Chart plotter, 2 Fish finder, Stereo, New
Strata Glass, New paint, Current Charter License.
Excellent business opportunity Asking $225,000 or :

Best Offer. Call 357-4969





RIB #491


















ENGINE ONLY FOR SALE

Twin Johnson 140 HP O/B

throttles & guages included
$4,000.00 ONO.

Tel: 424-4978 or 393-0100



RIB #577 .
2000 35FT CONTENDER
with twin 250hp Evinrude 2001 (490 hrs)
all options, including GPS, radar, chart plotter,
fish finder, VHF, generator, cabin AC,
sound system, outriggers,
full isinglass enclosure and more
excellent condition, serviced every year, bottom
paint Expat leaving, must sell, ;
asking $120,000, make offer
Tel: 302-2293 ask for Phillip

TRIB #499




31 FT INTREPID,
1995. Repainted in great shape. Repowered with twin
Yamaha 225hp 4 strokes new in 2003. T-Top, leaning |.
post , cuddy cabin with head, rear bench seat. Garmin
GPS Plotter. Asking $79,000. MAKE OFFER.
393-0262
ask for Nick.






FOR SALE URGENT!!!

RIB #400
FOR SALE
35’ FISHING BOAT FIBERGLASS
Make Loren Quin with 3208 catpillar and
generator Isuzu: 8 2 KW freeze good working
order: freeze hole 2,500 bis disel. 500 gallon
water 70 gallons
$55,000 ONO
Tel: 394-1671 (hm)
Cell: 427-4573 Boat well kept

2000 MARLAGPO 35’
$80,000.00
Tel: 422-1577

RIB #707

RIB #691

BAYLINER YACHT, #2475
Blue/white, Queen sleeper
$18,000.00
Must See, Wont last at this price
Boat under restoration. New bottom paint, new
seats, enclosed head, Bayshore Marina 426-
4773 Ask for Lundy,
646-0251 Sptr or 322-4288 atty Robt Metaxas

30FT PROLINE
With 2 250 Fuel injected Yamaha engines
$38,000.00 ONO
Tel: 394-1007 Cell: 457-3546



RIB #736

FOR SALE - CATALINA 30 SAILBOAT
Fully eqipped Hy? ene in the Bahamnas.
$16,500 - Duty Paid
Phone: Edwin Hunt, 424-4441, or
at home on 362-1264, or

E-mail: chrisimitch @ aol.com

2000 JET SKI,
Practically brand new,
In excellent condition

$4,500.00
Tel: 423-0409/544-3398

RIB #669A
-25ft Eduardono. NEW.

Bare hull on sale for $10,900. This boat is a very|

economical fishing or transport boat. Choose

how you want it: with a hand tiller engine so you

have a huge deck area or we. can rig it witha

center console for fishing. Call Nick for rigging
and engine packages.

(242) 393-0262.

Yamaha 200 Hp, float on trailer, ,
12,500,
_ Call: 361-2867 or 455-1381

RIB #480-
44' F/G Live Lobster Boats
_ Year: 2002
Speed 22 kts Hyd Trap puller, Hyundai

60 hp),
PRICE: $45,000.00
Ask for John.
Elet 784-5982
F(321) 784-6902

WWW.shipsusa.com John @shipsusa.com

RIB #728

For Sale Mako 211
Engine: Mercury (2004) H.P 225, 2 Strokes,
258 hours
Very Good Condition
Price : USD 22'500
Tel: 424 34 97

TRIB #634E
TWIN MERCURY 250 EFI OUTBOARDS
310 HOURS, CONTROLS AND GAUGES

‘INCLUDED.
$3000 FOR PAIR OR $2000. EACH:
MUST SELL!
CALL 422-2613











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RIB #723
20FT SEA FAX TWIN
150 Engines with trailer
$20,000.00
Call Robert Hall @ 375-7439 or 352-9635








RIB #550

Daytona Sportfish,
2-671 Detroits, continuous renovation,
runs and rides great.
-Call Chris 357-4277.
$200,000.00,
Bring All Offers.

Grady White 263 Chase (1997)
27 Ft. hull w/ twin 200 Yamaha Saltwater Series
(2005's w/ only 90 hours)

Brand new engines, cables, throttles, gauges,
xm/cd/radio, poly planar speakers, vhf.
Freshwater shower, center console cabin, Gps &
fishfinder also on board.

Lines, anchors, everything included.
Excellent family or fishing boat.$46,500 OBO
422-2651 or 327-3303

RIB #702 ; 2
10FT ACHILLES DINGHY
With 8 HP Motor. Good condition $1200.00 OBO
Also New Dive Compressor with all accessories and
extras $1500.00. Call: 465-0718 or 392-8746



1B #634A © :
CLUB CAR GOLF CARTS & UTILITY VEHICLES
NEW AND USED GAS OR ELECTRIC.
2001 2PASS egies SAS . een 2004 4 PASS GAS

D $6400
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.





THE TRIBUN

RIB #500
Yamaha Golf Cars.
Gas and electric available.
NEW 2 person cars starting at $6,300. Also available
in 4 person-and Limo golf cars.
242-393-0262

COMPUTER FOR SALE
-INTEL CELERON 2.53 512 MB DDR Memory
80GB hard Drive Bee Writer Combo Floppy
rive
17” Flat Panel Monitor key board Optical rr mouse
Speaker $750.00
Cell: 456-1903

TIRED OF CELL PHONE BILLS
This long range cordless phone will fix that.
Make and receive calls from your home phone
from anywhere on the island. $425.00
Call 328-6935 or 427-0108

MOTOROLLA
Bluetooth V551
Special $160
Motorolla V66
Cell phones special

65.00

Motorolla V60 $85.00
Motorolla camera phone
V220 $135.00
while stock lasts

Tel: 328-6935
Cell: 427-0108



RIB #
CALL EUROPE FOR 20 CENTS A MIN
call all over the world for peanunts
call from any phone at your disposal
We can set you up right.over phone
Call: 434-5795

RIB :
SYM JET 100cc SCOOTER
#1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS, GREAT GAS
MILEAGE RELIABLE, POWERFUL (UP T TO 50 MPH),
SAY GOOD BYE TO.TR

SALE PRICE $2495 CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES
LTD. 394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.
TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

IBBF #154 :
TEACHERS SPECIAL,

Dell Latitude C610, Pentium 3, 1200 MHz, 256MB,
30GB, CD/DVD, Win. XP Home, 6Months Warranty,
Wifi, $ 610.00 Cash, or$450.00 down and $298.00

over 3 months @ $99. 33 A MONTH . Call 465-6036,
or email seabeach101 @yahoo.com, Only 10 laptops
NOW available .~

THURSDAY,

RIB #745

2003, Harley Davidson XR Sportster,
6,000 mls. Factory race bike, 1200 cc's.
$14,000. OBO
Call 394-6248 cell: 457-0344

ONLY $935.00!!!

INTEL PENTIUM 2.26 CELERON 256MB
MEMORY 80GB HD, CDRW, 17" FLAT
SCREEN, HP 3930 PRINTER
ONLY $1,040.00!!!

INTEL PENTIUM 4 2.8 512MB MEMORY 80GB
HD, DVD BURNER, 17" FLAT SCREEN,

“ - HP 3930 PRINTER Tel: 302-1208







V60i . v66 razr

LOW PRICES CELLPHONES 394-8239/422-3441
Located East Shirley Street. November Special!
° Mot E378i a 50.00

¢ Mot C261.
¢ Mot L6 Black, Siver, Pin aa

~* Mot V3 Razor Black, Gola: Pink, Red..
* Mot V3 Razor Silver...
¢ Mot V3i Razor D&G Gold.
e Mot L7 Black,
° Mot U6 Pebi

eNokia 3560 (TDMA)..
Where applicable phon
case or belt clip. All phones are New and purchases include
home charger and car changer.
We offer discount with quantity purchases! Special orders
accepted! Other GSM & TDMA cellphones and accessories for!
many cellphone models.

. $180.00




$75.00 $75.00 $230.0 $130. 00

SiverL7 6

Cell: 535-0734 or 326-5024/394-3645

BLOOD MONEY

$75.00

King of fighters 06
i}. ~~ $75.00
H Final Fantasy 5 & 6

"$50.00ea

Mortal Kombat

$75.00

Dragon bailz

$65.00
Over 500

400 Motopeb!
$260.00 $180.00 $140.00 $260.00

RIB #690

ULTRA LONG RANGE
Phone system with data plug for fax

Installation not included
Cell 395-1975

PLAYSTATION
SLIM
VERSION $259.959
(Black) $279.959
(Silver) Preorders
being taken on PS3
& Nintendo WII thru
November 13, 2006

Tel: 328-6160

PS2/XBox/PSP

games

Call: 323-0775

NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 31

RIB #527
Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter NEW
Dependable Transportation. 4 stroke engine is
very quiet and fuel efficient. Inexpensive to
operate and you won't get stuck in traffic.
Available in Blue or Red. Sale price $2,200.
Call 393-0262.

RIB # 574
COMPUTER LAPTOPS ON SALE
Internet TV installed, wireless starting at
$600.00
Tel:328-6935 Cell: 427-0108



WHOLESALE GSM
PHONES
“Minimum quantity
order 5
V300 camera
phone....$84.00
V60 GSM
phone...$54.00
V66 GSM Flip..
$39.00
V220 camera
phone...$80.00
Motorola V3 Razr
$180.00

Tel: 328-6935
Cell: 427-0108



BBF #142
MP3 Player $50 and MP4 player $100
w/one free movie,
Call: 361-4336 or 422-5601

NBA LIVE 07
$75.00
Madden 07
$75.00
NBA 07 the life
$75.00
Just cause
$75.00
The God father
$75.00
Over 500 PS2/X Box
Games

Call 323-0775





PAGE 32, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006

NFS CARBON
Be Box), (XBox 360,
PS2) Marvel Ultimate
Alllance renee 360,

S2)
4 Splinter Cell:
Double Agent (XBox,
XBox 360,PS2)
Scarface Phantasy
Star Universe (XBox,
XBox 360, PS2)
Velie Profile 2,

(XBox, Xbox 386, PS2)
Preorder on PS3 &
Nintendo WII thru

November 13, 2006

Tel: 328-6160

RIB #469

PANSAT SATELITE RECEIVER 3500 SD
$320.00 Programmed.
All receiver programming ($30.00)
Repairs available ($75.00)
Cell: 424-1673 or 455-95879
(TEXT), 302-4888
(Voicemail)

SOCOM: Combined
Assault Godhand,
Justice league
Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile,
Mortal Kombat;
Armegeddom,
Need for speed carbon
Over 2000 games in
stock. Join our game
club and receive huge
discounts on new & old
games
Tel: 328-6160

Picnic Table & Umbrella,
Call: 456-8262



RIB #470
COMPOSITE RAILING
Looks and feels heavy like wood
without the maintenance.
_ Tel.: 322-1103.
pam SA Ke aR HALTACO.COM..1-=





NFS CARBON
(XBox), (XBox 360, PS2)
Marvel Ultimate Alliance

(XBox, 360, PS2)
Splinter Cell:
Double Agent (XBox,
XBox 360,PS2)
Scarface Phantasy
Star Universe (XBox,
XBox 360, PS2)
Valkyrie Profile 2,

NBA 2K7, |
(XBox, Xbox 360, PS2)
Preorder on PS3 &
. Nintendo WII thru
November 13, 2006

Tel: 328-6160

SOCOM: Combined
Assault Godhand,
Justice league
Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile,
Mortal Kombat;
Armegeddom,
‘Need for speed carbon
Over 2000 games in
stock. Join our game
club and receive huge
ms discounts on new & old

games
Tel: 328-6160

Oe SOCOM: Combined
Assault Godhand,
4 — Justice league
Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile,
Mortal Kombat; ~
: Armegeddom,
Need for speed carbon
Over 2000 games in
stock. Join our game
club and receive huge
discounts on new & old
games
Tel: 328-6160





RIB #704

FURNITURE FOR SALE
BRAND NEW LANE SOFABED
WITH 2 RECLINERS
MICROSUEDE FABRIC (CARLS FLORIDA) $1,600
1 SMALL CURIO WITH MATCHING MIRROR
WHITEWASH $600
Items ‘can be viewed in Treasure Cove,
Yamacraw Hill Road Tel: 364-2444; 457-1762

RIB #471
ORDER YOUR PLAYCENTER IN TIME
FOR THE CHRISTMAS
Bearcreek $1, 8S: 00, Wildwood se, 262.00,
oods $2,385.0
Tel: 322- one www. playcenterS com.







NFS CARBON
(XBox); (XBox 360, PS2)
Marvel Ultimate Alliance
(XBox, 360, PS2)
Splinter Cell:
Double Agent (XBox,

: XBox 360,PS2)
Scarface Phantasy
Star Universe (XBox,
XBox 360, PS2)

. Valkyrie Profile 2,
NBA 2K7,

(XBox, Xbox 360, PS2)

. Preorder on PS3 &

Nintendo WII thru’
November 13, 2006

Tel: 328-6160

=, SOCOM: Combined
: Assault Godhand,
Justice league
Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile,
Mortal Kornbat;
Armegeddom,
Need for speed carbon
Over 2000 games in
stock. Join our game
| club and receive huge
iscounts on new & old
games
- Tel: 328-6160



Listen to Music,
Watch Video,
Play Games,
View Pictures,

Text Book, ©

Voice Recorder

Contact - 436 9685,,.
328 8828 Pick-up

or
Drop-off

RIB # 704A
USED QUEENBED SET
CHEST, DRESSER, 2 BED TABLES,
MATTRESS/BOXSPRING
$850
Items can be viewed in Treasure Cove,
Yamacraw Hill Road
Tel: 364-2444; 457-1762



RIB #469
HARDWOOD OUTDOOR FURNITURE
Chair $167.00, Bench $289.00,
Round table $759.00
—~“Fet-322:1108—www-lnkeandiaurece-cem





: NFS CARBON
(XBox), (XBox 360, PS2)
Marvel Ultimate Alliance
(XBox, 360, PS2)
Splinter Cell:
Double Agent (XBox, ©
XBox 360,PS2)
Scarface’ Phantasy
Star Universe (XBox,
XBox 360; PS2)
Valkyrie Profile 2,"
NBA 2K7, —
(XBox, Xbox 360, PS2)
Preorder on PS3 &
Nintendo WII thru
November 13, 2006

Tel: 328-6160

SOCOM: Combined
Assault.Godhand,
Justice league
Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile,
Mortal Kombat;
Armegeddom,
Need for speed carbon
Over 2000 games in
stock. Join our game
club and receive huge
discounts on new & old
games
Tel: 328-6160

RIB #71

GET THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT! -
The hotselling DVD Souvenir:
A look inside the Bahamas,

featuring Nassau & Paradise Island. 32 min of sites &

scenes & jumpin junkanoo.
-Call 324-3141 or 424-9477 for delivery. Bulk prices
available. Retail $18- Tel: 424-9477 or 324-3141

RIB #512
CUSTOM MADE MANTEL

All wood with electric log, 42” H x 47” Lx 15” D

maple stain finish, Decoration purpose only
$1,240. 00 Tel: 361-7394




RiDsS0G oe Gee
SKATE SHOES (HEELY'S) FOR SALE
E> 2 OBO0%



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Step in style this
season
with the best in
designer gowns for
any special occasion.
For your personal
design services

call 426-3442








Hair Braiding Done
within,

Best Prices in Town,

for more information

For the best in hair
braiding,
weaving, and bonding at
the lowest prices contact




























Ruby at 394-2237 Bs - os aaa

or

426-3162. Make your DO YOU HATE PILLS

appointment today to walk | |Want greater energy and stamina? Better sleep,
in style tomorrow improve mental clarity. Help in combating heart

disease and controlling cholesterol. Get these
benefits and more wiith
Natural NutraBurst great tasting liquid vitamin
Call: 324-8978







at 3955686
or
3943423













ICELAND HEALTH

AMIGO-FIXED FRUIT| | ee Omega 3 Scientific

| JUICE & TABLETS evidence suggests that
For adults & children |. | © -a diet rich in omega 3

~ acid reflux, arthritis, : i ey helps reduce heart
cancer: (Breast, °

attack. :
prostate, jungs, liver, high blood, stroke.



TRIB #693

GET INSTANT
PAIN RELIEF
The 100% natural way,

relieves arthritis pain,











BRAND NEW
White apartment size
stove.
$550.00 ONO
We also have an


































leukemia) ehronicintlamation inflamation of joints,
Gee ; I
‘Ghronio pain diabetes arthritis pain. IRBeCrEnioe witoat i EXERCISE BENCH
anti-aging ghenyg | y EO eopems: bad side affects of other ONC BO OHG.
migraine neadaches, i .

Bleep disorders, | . & much more infouanen the arias

hypertension, etc... |. Order today at a pharmacy near you. Tel: 324-7251
Tel/fax aa ~6257 Tel: 364-6027 4 Call 356-2107/ 455-8881 Cell: 557-4845



BRAND NEW
STOVE White GE 25 cubic ft.
4 bumer gas range. a refrigerator, (new in
Asking $350.00 Be : box), side-by-side, with
mare water/ice dispencer,




TRIB #717

Call 341-0232 daily cS 1 $1,200,
or
455-4956 oe {| Call: 359-1528

FOR RENT
Brand New es (2) two bed room
RIB #711A 750.00
PIER 1, GREEN & GOLD
Rattan table ‘with glass top and six chairs
; $600.0

includes stove & fridge, cable ready, central air,
Located off Shirley Street. First & last months
rent. $250.00 Security deposit.

Good condition

Tel: 324-7251 Cell: 557-4845 For more info Contact 394-5389 -



#671 rahe
LADIES WEDDING ENGAGEMENT
RINGS AND BANDS -
_ Solid gold and diamonds $300-$1000
Also 1 Men Rolex link and diamond ring

$450.00
Tel: 324-2678 Call: 425-7176 .

‘RIB #725
SONY PLAYSTATION 2

- . Black with digital viewing screen, —- R :
6 playstation 2 games, 2 PS2 controllers and Zoysia/ Bermuda Grass Cutter Curving Machine

frames $4,000.00
1 PS2 memory card. $250.00 $2000.00 Four (4) Additional style f
Tel: 322-1654 Celi 454-2160 Phone#: 363-1270 Phone#: 363-1270












IB #668H














: 1997/8 Ford F250 ' Jacuzzi !

AUTO BODY PART'S - - and F350 Back Bumpers 17” RIMS AND TIRES Needs @ littie work |

For Altima, Accord, Maxima, Civic, Radiators, - > >. $150.00 each $$900.00 : $300.00 |
Condensers, ie eee of lal Genco Phone#: 363-1270. - Four hole, Can ft Honda andSenta {| oo. Phonet: 363- 1270 ‘ae

Set Ps





PAGE 34, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006









NEW PERSONAL
TRAINER
Proform space saver,
model 725-TL
Value $2,200.00
Your price
only.$1100.00








i RIDEESS : : i Eleciric Tread Mill
i : From $350.00
i Bathroom Tiles
1700.sq. ft.
$1.50 per sq. ft. Tel: 362-6040
Big Savings!!

Phone #:363-1270

BBF #161



Clothing Hangersm,
Manikans & 1/2 Manikans,
. Call: 525-5752

RIB #668E
Interlocking Pavers
$800.00
Phone#: 363-1270



RIB #668;
RIB #668C ; 24x23 Props
Lake or Pond $1,500.00 for pair

Aeorator —- Complete

Was $6,000.00 — Now $4,500 .00 Phone#:363- -1270



Phone#: 363-1270



















B

Diesel Truck / Bus Parts, RIB #738 Sse
Engine International 6.9L, V8 Runs well, oO a howicgt Cuiboard
rerbtpi Peer Ate Te tones Stid indo an wel atane
Will sel] separately — $4,500 Negotiable, F OK iO lone ct eo &

i Phone 361-2120 361-2711, 456-1780

ANIMALS FOR SALE









iSHIT-ZU
White and brown puppy, 14 weeks old male for
sale $600.00

Contact 361-0068'Gell: 544-4284 or 425-0098

: Ducks $8..

; Rabbbits $10.-$15...

Chickens 810: $15... Male Goats $40..-$50..
Call 361- 21420 82s :



















TRIB #694

















BRIGGS & STRATTON PORTABLE GENERATORS
RELIABLE NAME YOU CAN TRUST / 2 YEAR
LIMITED WARRANTY
GENERATORS STARTING @ $599
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
FAMILY ISL. TOLL.FREE 242-300-1213.

RIB #668
Curtain Rods i
All into OneSheer (Curtain and Valance)
$600.00 for all :
Phone#: 363-1270




RIB #634C ;

STONE PLATE COMPACTORS

SFP3000 & SFP 4000 WITH 5.5HP HONDA ENGINE
SALE PRICE $2590

CALL SHIRLEY ENTERRRISES LTD. 394-4823 /

FAMILY ISL. TOLL: FREE 242-300-1213.

ROTTWEILER PUPPY FOR SALE
(8) eight weeks old, Shots given. Beautiful pet
Price $499.00
Tel:-323-7662 Celk 544-1522.

RIB #496
‘ . PECKINGNESE PUPS
PUPS: parents available for veiwing
7 weeks, Only 2'left. $750.00
Tel: 344, 6096 Cell: 454- 6553. 0r-426- 8134; :















TRIB # 634D
STANDBY GENERATOR WITH ALUMINUM

WEATHER ENCLOSURE

, 100 AMP AUTO TRANSFER SWITCH. 2 YEAR
FACTORY WARRANTY 4

SPECIAL SALE PRICE $5895 NO INSTALLATION

INCLUDEDSPECIAL SALE PRICE $8299 INSTALLED
PKG. ALSO 20KW $9295, 25KW $10935, 30KW
QSOURCE ALUM $13499 UNIT ONLY

SALE ENDS NOV. 30TH

CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /

FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

RIB #668F :
Green Malayan Coconut Palms
$100.00 each
Phone#: 363-1270

RIB -#582A
Diesel Truck / Bus, + Parts,
Engine: 3208 Cat 165 HP- Runs well,
Transmission: Automatic Allison MT 643,
Dual Rear Axle,Tires 10.00 - 20,
Will sell separately - $5500 Negotiable,
_ Phone 361-21 20

" BBF #156 ;

Shitzu Puppies for’ ale,
will be ready to'take home for the Christmas,
.put deposits down now befofe all is gone,:
Call: 326-2080, 324-9213 dr. 436-4517.

BBF #155
6 weeks, purebred ‘chow Chow,

sale,
ste Calle 326-2080: 204-9813 0f.436-4517





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TT A WoL

Sales * Rental * Appraisals *

Management
Ph & Fax: 361-7880
E-mail: rudy@batelnet.bs



UR eSSEE a) Bes aaraleiaael ego)
(Formerly HighMark Realty}










Limited









































“PUT GOD FIRST” ALLIED REALTY GARNETT LEROY ELuis La ee ace re
Telephone: 326-8112, 326-8017 ww alledrealybaharnas.com : Boke, CLEARE REALTY LTD
APPRAISALS ALLIED REALATY -Commercial Lot near Bay Ape trleals accepted by all
RENTALS www.alliedrealtybahamas.com ; Street, $200,000
SALES : rmemmnamummemmnnmmenm 1 arqe Lot on the sea, West
WE SELL VACANT PROPERTIES, - | - Homes/Apartments (242) 328-2001 /322-7427 Bay Street , $500,000 REAL ESTATE RESIDENTAL LOTS
HOUSES, APARTMENTS, _ (2 ) 3 +Large Commercial Lot, Prince any Bea RNAI NS. Dore VICTORIA GARDENS
_ TOWNHOUSES, COMMERCIAL | 9533 Coral Harbour duplex Charles Drive, Shopping 000 sq. ft. $60,000
pur ¥ "AN townh 2bed °2.5bath h . HOMES/APARTMENTS/
BUILDINGS AND FAMILY ISLANp | COwnnOUSE cbed <.obath eac Center site, $1,000,000. CORAL BREEZE ESTATE
PROPERTIES. unit with pool and CORAL HEIGHTS WEST large |.Westwinds Lois from 100,000 | CONDOS/COMMERCIAL 7,500 sq. ft. $95,000
enclosed. ...$389,000. : residential lot filled in and} (gated) ; SOUTH SEAS (GATED)
i oP ce hha ‘10562 Sea Beach townhouse | landscaped, $98,000 ‘Yuma Subdivision West Bay 3826 ‘ Windsor Estates: 7,500 sq. ft. $80,000
2 3bed 2.5bath: large bedrooms | CORAL HARBOUR, 2 large} Street, $80,000 (gated) Beautiful elevated 4 bed home BAHAMIA WEST
RENTALS and living area...6320,000. _| lot, 90x112, $100,000.00. South Seas (gated) $80,000 wit fabulous living areas, 100*230 - $295,000
” WINTON HEIGHTS. 2 bedroom | 2249 Stapledon Duplex with WESTWINDS - LOTS GATED |port New Providence (gated). | Pickled wood ceilings, recessed] YUMA ESTATES (GATED)
Feet BEREBL Incladies 2bed 1bath each unit a/c and | SUBDIVISION On Canal. $575,000 lighting, central A/C, pool and 6,500 sq ft. $90,000
TAURI ET Sede uate eigen penciosed fully| RESIDENTIAL LOTS, $95,000 | Gali364-851 5, or 364-4075 | deck area. $930,000.
conn. and water, $1, furnished...$290,000 DUPLEX LOTS, $100, 000 For these and other listings. : : MULTI-FAMILY LOTS
: ‘ gate oe Haro ae aE $125,000. ae ot pete prive: BLACK PEARL ESTATES
c 38.5bath home with 2bed ‘bat a : , : CORAL HARBOUR partment complex with four 80*100. 95,000
EL sea ad acta Nee reggant, guest cottage on large | South Seas Lots Multi family-14,400 sq ft | bed, 2 bath apartments. Well! OFF SAUNDERS HIGHWAY
y hi $3,500 canalfron lot...$650,000. RESIDENTIAL LOTS, $89,000 $138,600 ONO and City Water. Enclosed 83*100. $83,000
SPecUiyS OMe: , 0501 Clearview hilltop 5bed| DUPLEX LOTS, $90,000 361-0184 or 535-9181 property, adequate paved VENICE BAY (GATED)
monthly 3.5bath .with tiled floors and|South Ocean ~ 2 | parking, anda 4100°100. $110,000
OFF JEROME AVENUE, 3 views...$650,000. | Single Family Lots, $99,500 storage shed. $450,000. CORAL BREEZE
: ; , 0566 Coral. Harbour 3bed| Duplex Lots, $105,000 : ‘ __| 7,500 — 8,000 sq. ft. $99,500 -
bedroom house, quiet centrally |5 shath executive home tiled| Yuna Estates - Lot Gated | 3950 Oakes Field: This $105,000 mt
located’ neighbourhood, $800] ficors central a/c balconies. 2 | Subdivision

property has six apartments, 4] YUMA ESTATES (GATED)
monthly. two-bed, 1 bath and 2 efficiency]. Duplex — 4plex. $125,000 -

car. garage electronic | Residential $90,000 .

5






























} ; om rtments.. There is al
TROPICAL GARDENS, 2 bed, Be4s Surecr Meadows fourplex ee See enn additional ia jcr saneal ace WEST WINDS (GATED)
2 1/2 bath, furnished condo, | pear completion...$260,000 Jacaranda. Lots. - Gated oe apartments. $346,000. Duplex -Sixplex $100,000 -
$2,500 monthly. 0506 Camperdown 4bed Sbath Community 80x120, $115,000 Se : $200,000
: rant's ‘own:
WE SELL VACANT oe Ee OU ees tarece fecidorial es doal te "CARMICHAEL ROAD Investment Opportunity! Soe aye
PROPERTIES, HOUSES, | appliances...$465,000. upcoming professionals sarting | _,, JUSt off Lot size 100x164, Apartment building _ that : ees
WHOL eEe: 0512 Coral Harbour investment | at $155,000 Been aa oy Sekt SOx1E4, | consists “of (9-1 bed. 1, bath) HOUSES & APARTMENTS
4 $ tai its, .
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS Front io, Secon es South Westridge facing JFK unit Sana’ shoe: specs with. al 3 Boar A pains $120 000
AND FAMILY ISLAND - EEE Drive, “road to. road and VISTA MARINA bathroom downstairs. YONDER ROAD
PROPERTIES. Vacant Land potential view of the lake, from elt a4 000-00 200 $300,000. 3 Beds, 4 ? Baths. Guest
| 0504 " Jacaranda , gated | 3/4 acre to 1.5 acre. Prices : Cottage.
ABACO “1 community near Old Fort. Bay $245,000 to $290,000. - BILNEY LANE OFF MACKEY 3908 . Shirley 4 Street: Swimming Pool. Many Extras.
1-acre tracts of land on Bustick | single family lot...$120,000. AND SHIRLEY STS. Commercial building situated in 50,000
Bay located 6 miles north. of} 0505 Westwinds gated | Faith Gardens - Large Commercial comer lot 82x96 | 2 high traffic area. Its central SMITHSVILLE
Marsh Harbour next tot. the] communinty in love beach | Commercial Lot 100x229 large “$125,000.00 location makes this 10800 sq. ft} 3 Beds, 2 Baths. $160,000
Abaco highway. 130 feet on the | multi-family lots:..$100,000. fast growing area, $229,000 ese warehouse and retail space SOUTH Cc
waterfront. Electricity on site. {0567 two acres near Silver . = : : WESTRIDGE pee ay storing Or) 4 Beds, 21/2 Baths. Spacious.
phone 3244476, | 0553. Gladstone Rd. 1 ac|Banamian South. Golf| Residential hiltop lake view lt | $1'510,000. $26 000
‘ es : $300,000 Course: Large residential lot} aC Soi: BAIN TOWN (Dumping
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FOR SALE single family lot...$90,000 and a good golf game 1/2 acre Condominiums: 3 bed unit! apartment Complex ( Fixer
: “10510 South Ocean: Gated of land $68,000 COMMERCIAL LOT recently undergone a complete Upper). $5:
___ 3-bed, 2-bath House single family lot $94,500 multi- NBs ON ERY SUKATE renovation. New _storm-proof a
Fully furnished, A/C, thru- | family jots starting at $105,000. | + _ + HOUSES 1218 OOOO windows, tiled and carpet CONDOS
out. ,000. Motivated South Seas: Gated near Venice. Sea. Breez:. Large Executive WINTON HEIGHTS floors, new EASTERN RD
Seller Leaving Istand Bay single family lot starting at ] Home on large lot. 4 bed, 3 1/2 “445X138 $179,000.00 appliances, Alc, eu and] Three Storey, 3,000 sq ft,
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Gamer soos ae | at $95,000. Enclosed large patio with 2 car. Oeoan wise 108X258 Feo Winton: 2 ve enherte econ"
port was $360,000 reduced to versatile loft room VENICE BAY (GATED!
Tel 392-0741 Tel/Fax: 362-2858, $330,000 $364,000.00 features central A/C, gorgeous] Town House nhs 2B, 1 ») B.
Mobile: 557-0288, and ONDO views, pool, roll-down shutters, $167,
HOUSE FOR SALE | ‘“™W-tllledrealtybahamas.com | Sea Breeze: large Executive HOUSES/C and tiled floors. $350,000.

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——__—_—______________} Home on tow Lots 3 bed, 2 : INCOME OPPORTUNITY
By Owner LOTS FOR SALE | bath, lare open liing and dining} Townhouse 1,700 sq.ft 3928 Blair: Spacious 4 bed] / you know of any one who
2.storey Spanish style house, | Near the Cotton Bay Club and | room, utility and storage rooms. Mecca aoe home with a covered carport,| wants to sell their property,
4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, Jack’s Bay ELEUTHERA, | Two car garage, well kept lawn, ceiling and manogany storage shed, 2 central A/C me is know.
sou Beton BAHAMAS tennis court, with matured stair rail. $269,000.00 nite re lect: anda lane raack.
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over 30 feet. Nice hill top views. Large property on hill in Commercial building, 10,400sq]_ CALL Lot 1,900sq ft - $310,000
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PARADISE

Nicely furn.
_in quiet western
community. Open plan,
bedrooms with en_ suite
bathrooms, private pool and
more! $289,000

2/2.5 villa

Ocean Place, P.I, 2233- Ultra-
elegant 2 and 3 bedroom
condominiums situated in a
state of the art, newly
constructed high rise building
offering: the finest _ finishes,
services and views _ that
Paradise Island has to offer.
Boat slips available! Starting
from $899,500 Call for more
details or to arrange a tour!

Marina- Paradise _Island’s
most prestigious _ residence.
First 2 buildings sold.out! Don't
miss this unique opportunity!
Sind at $1,850,000 Call for
details!!

Marbella_1256-__Brand new,
state of the art, 5/5.5 home with
European fixtures, | custom
everything, generator, large
pool and patio, amazing views
and more! Truly one of a kind!
$1,750,000

Sandyport 2235-__Nicely furn.
3/2.5 waterfront condo. High
end finishes and fixtures, wrap
around veranda, boat slip,
beach access and _ more!

-Lots-

74- Watercolour
Gay lots, 2 available. Starting

at

SF lot with
elevations over 50’ in gated
community. $239,000

Yuma Estates _4168- Single

and Multi family lots in new,

gee community in the west.
tarting at $90,000

Old Fort Bay 4162 The
largest lot remaining at Canal
Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of
frontage. $609,000

E - Large
single and multifamily parcels
near development boom! Don't
miss out! Call for pricing!

Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
lots starting at $100,000

Exclusive Lubber’s Quarters,
Abaco 8047- 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900

To list your property, or
for more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.ParadiseBahamas.com

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NASSAU LOTS

3976 Westwinds: 6,000 sq. ft.
single family lot located in this
new. gated subdivision. It
promises to. be a fine
subdivision with underground
utilities and community pool.
$113,000.

3956 Yuma Estates: A private
and gated community with over
25 acres offering Single Family
Lots starting at $90,000.

3958 Yuma Estates: A private
and gated community with over
25 acres offering Multi-Family
Lots starting at $125,000.

3954 Saffron Hill: A newly
developing subdivision located
next to the ocean. in the west.
Great as an Investment. Single
family lots are between 7,000
and 10,000 sq. ft. $175,000.

3974 Coral Breezes: A new
gated subdivision in Coral
Harbour featuring

underground utilities and two
parks. Duplex/Townhouse ots:
$99,500.

3951 Tusculum: Elevated
single family ocean view lot
(18200 sq. ft.) located in the
Tusculum Subdivision.
$480,000.

3571 Westridge: 5 lots zoned
as single family, 17220 sq. ft.-
27108 sq. ft. Priced to sell and
starting at $225,000 up to
$270,000

3971 Indigo: This hilltop lot is
located in a new subdivision in
the Western District, and offers
partial ocean views. $227,000.

3625 High Point Estates:
Containing a total of 107
multifamily (duplex and triplex)
lots. Utilities going in place
now. Single Family Lots starts
at 7517 sq. ft. for $110,000.
Duplex Lots starts at 7500 sq.
ft. for $94,000 and Triplex Lots
starts at 8500 sq. ft. for
$105,000.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate .
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

WE HAVE CLIENTS
READY AND WILLING TO
BUY YOUR REAL ESTATE.
FOR QUICKEST RESULTS
LIST YOUR PROPERTIES
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OUT ISLAND PROPERTIES

3963 Sweetings Tract: 35 lots
located in a very nice area of
Marsh Harbour. Access to the
water with a small beach which
looks over to Hope Town.and
Lubbers. Starting at $55,000.

3947 Great Harbour ~ Cay:
Lovely single family lot (117 x
78) in the Berry Islands that's
priced just right. $12,000. ~

20041 Russell Isiand: 2. plots
of land -In Eleuthera. Water,
electricity and other necessities
are provided. 0.176 acres at
$90,000 and 0.379 acres at

$240,000. Both for $310,000.

3948 Long Island: Single
family lot (90 x 129) located
within. the: Stella . Maris
community. $28,000.

20036 Spanish Wells: Cleared
and beautifully landscaped
(12,000 sq. ft.) lot in central
location. $153,000.



3924 Simms Long Island: 1.5
acres of Waterfront property in
Doctor’s Creek. $425,000.

3804 Eleuthera: 11.97 acres
ideal for commercial, retail or
residential subdivision. 200 ft.
on the highway and 2243 ft.
deep. $360,000.

3914 Bahama Sound: Lovely.
waterfront lot in Exuma with 86
ft.. of rocky shoreline. Just 5
minutes from. Georgetown.
$180,000. Re

3694 Governors. Harbour:
Residential lot 10800 sq. ft.
(100x108). $47,600. :

3887 Great Harbour Cay: 4
lovely harbour lots in the Berry
Islands priced just right! Offered
at $25,000 each.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

FOR SALE
Beautifully . landscaped = and
situated on the canal with -a
breathtaking view, is a 3 bed, 2
bath home. It has.an additional
bedroom and bath in the
garage for a live in maid. Other
amenities include 100° foot
concrete dock; 28k generator
with an automatic — transfer
switch; 250 gallon water tank;
automatic gate; laundry
facilities and more... A must
see!! Asking $495,000 gross
furnished. Call 356-3189. and
ask for Carolyn.






VICTORIA
COURTS

Downtown
Gated with pool.
Furnished
Efficiency Apt.
A/C, and cable ready
$119,000.00

ORIS SYMMONETT
Tel: 325-8280

Eve. 325-1961

FOR SALE BY OWNER

2-Storey Four-plex.
Shirley Heights
$260,000 Net.
Fully rented {eparinentofiice)
33-2515,

WATERFRONT PROPERTY:
FOR SALE

145. sift by 170feet. 145 feet
right on the water ie Southern

Shores. Price $320,0'
Phone 535-0938, or 535-8376.



EXUMA
1/2 acres - $45,000.

Tel 359-0904

_PROPERTIES IN

EXUMA
FOR SALE
BY OWNER

Bahama Sound #12 @
$12,000 ono

Bahama Sound #10, 4
Lots @ $6,000 each

Island: Harbour Beach, 2
_ Lots @ $6,750 each °

Bahama Sound #7E, 2.
Lots
@ $10,00 each ono.

Forest Road,
2 Lots @ $30,000 ea

Phone 345-5032
anytime.

Twynam near beach,

2 condos plus
efficiency unit
For Sale

Buliding
size-3200sq fi,
land-14000sq ft.

$425000.00 gross
Telephone 324-9066






LAND FOR SALE

Vacant Land For Sale

Moore’s Island #05-138 - Best
kept bone-fishing secret.in the
Bahamas. Close proximity to
flats. 75’ x 380’ $9,200 and up

Long Island. #06-69 —
“Lochaber” Long Island, ‘just 10
minutes South of Clarence
Town. Oceanview Hilltop lot.
123’ x 187 $65, 000

Colony Bay, Freeport #06-17 -
Lovely home: site with frontage
on the Grand — Lucayan
waterway. . Enjoy. the gentle
tropical. breezes. while the
sports yachts glide _ by.
Property is fully: bulk: headed
with 56° of frontage on canal.
Colony Bay is one of the more
luxurious “areas. of . Grand
Bahama. $179,000

Eastern Road #06-44 — Large
ocean view lot.

and'pharmacy. $240,000

South Westridge #06-37 -
Beautiful large residential lot in
South Westridge. Ideal for your
first dream home. Overlooks
beautiful. Lake Cunningham.
Lot dimensions are 119’ x 284’

| Starting at $245,000

Hope Town, Abaco #06-29 —
1/3 acre lot located on Elbow
Cay. Ocean views.. 123’ x117’.
$355,000

Lyford Cay #04-107 --
Residential: lot- located in the
exclusive gated community of
Lyford-. Cay e 170” 150’.
$425,000

Port New Providence #05-161
- Canalfront lot. 115’ x 150’.
$576,000 5

Islands at Old Fort #06-32 -
One of the last vacant “lots
available. Canalfront with dock.
110’ x 131’.. $725,000

‘Hideaway’ 04-69 —- Large
oceanfront property with a dock
on the canal. 1.25 acres.- Call
for pricing :

MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069

real m

PROPERTIES IN EXUMA
FOR SALE BY OWNER

Bahama Sound #12 @ $12,000

ono
Bahama Sound #10, 4 Lots @
$6,000 each

Island Harbour Beach, 2 Lots
@ $6,750 each

Bahama Sound #7E, 2 Lots @

$10,00 each ono.
Forest Road, 2 Lots @
$30,000.each ~
Phone 345-5032 anytime.



“study, pool,

91 x 232'].
‘Near to grocery stores, schools









THE TRIBUNE








SBlue Shy

Houses

Mt. Pleasant — Spacious family
home: 4 bed, 3 bath. Must see
to appreciate. $165,000.

Victoria’ Court - - Centrally
located. 1 bed, 1 bath
apartment. with pool and
security. $175,000.

Dodge Road - Newly

renovated 4 bed 3 bath. Central
A/C. Large storage, utility and
1/2 bath. $475,000

Grove: West Bay — 3 bed, 2
bath partly furn. Home. Pool
and. Ig. deck. Covered: patio.
Central alc. Generator:
‘$450,000

Mt. Vernon - 2 storey 4700
sq.ft. 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath home
with sunken living rm., fam. rm.,

Ig. patio, double
garage, central air. on |g.
enclosed lot with numerous fruit
trees. Must see to appreciate. —
$500,000.

Gleniston’ Gardens - 2597
sq.ft. 3 bed, 3 bath on large
eters Livi 12050 oa!
property.Living, . dining, fam.
rooms and office. Central a/c
$374,000.

Fam. Islands
Berry Islands: - Gt. Harbour
Cay — Waterfront lot 100 x 140
near entrance to the Bay of 5
Pirates. $75,000.

Abaco — Lubbers. Waterfront.
9+ acre tract. $1m.

Eleuthera - Near Gregory
Town. 2 -hillttop lots with
gorgeous views -of Atlantic
Ocean. 80 x 120. $50,000 or
$30,000 ech:

‘Near Gregory, Town — Main.

highway 80 x 300. $65,000.

Long Island — Crystal Lake
-Park, Salt Pond.-Resd. Lot 100
x 130. $30,000. .



Overlooking Alligator Bay - 1
acre hilltop lots. Fabulous
views. Call for details.

Hamilton’s = Resd. Lot 100 x
270. $30,000.

/ Exuma - Roker's Pt.-West of

Four Seasons. —_Elevated
overlooking Marina-1.998 acres
with electricity. $770,000.

Bahama Sound No. 6 —
10,000 sq-ft. lots. $35,000 ech. -

Blue Sky Real Estate at
394-1664

FOR SALE BY OWNER

2-Storey Four-plex.
. Shirley Heights
$260,000. Net.
Fully rented (apartment/office).

Tel 393-2515.



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LIGHTBOUBN REALTY

HOMES
Eastern Road. 5 ‘beds, 4.5
bath. hilltop home w/harbour
views, pool, garage, generator.
Furnished $1,600,000. #5700.
Prospect Ridge. West. 1.7
acre hilltop -lot with 2 homes.’4
bed, 2.5 bath main home and.2
bed,- 2° bath ‘cottage. Pool,
views, needs TLC. $1,100,000.
#5738. :
Eastern Road. 4 bed, 3.5 bath
hilltop home, newly renovated,
pool. $1,175,000. #5545.
Sandyport. 4 bed, 2.5 bath
home, canal and beach -front,
own dock. $920,000. #5682.
Camperdown. 4 bed, 3.5 bath
home located-on a quiet cul-de-



sac.. Large. lot, pool, imma-
culate condition.- $890,000.
#5501 oe :

Orange Hill - 5 bedroom,.3 1/2
bath features ocean views, 85
feet of beachfront, pool,
generator, rainwater tank and
much more. $1,750,000 #5581
Sunset Meadows. Off Cowpen
Rd wWest, 2 bed, 2 bath, patio
deck, landscaped garden.
$206,000. #5758 .

APARTMENTS &
Ti

Paradise Island. Ocean Place.
2-3 bed condos with amazin
views, concierge service, pool,
beach access, gym, _ large
- private ‘balcony. — Exquisite.
Starting at $899,400. #2095.
West Bay Street. Brand new 3
bed, 3 bath townhouse: wocean
. views, garage. $725,000.
#5217. :
Paradise Island. 2 bed, 2 bath
ground ‘floor condo in a water
front gated community w/pool.
Furnished. $795,000. #5723.















Sandyport. _ Condos — with
docks, secure gated
community. Starting © at

$495,000. #5728,
Dick’s Point. 2-3 bed condos,
dock space, pool, tennis courts,
storage, furnished. Starting at
$555,000. #5497. ;

Coral. Harbour. Duplex, two 2

bed, 2.5° bath. units, pool.
$389,000. #5729
Misty | Gardens, duplex

townhouses, -Unit #1, 3 bed, 2
bath, Unit #2, 2-bed 1.5 bath.

$270,000

#5773

Montagu. Villas. 2 bed, 1.5
bath townhouse.. Furnished,
newly renovated, - washing
machine, covered _ parking.

$195,000. 5632.

Boatswain Hill — 2 bed, 2 bath

Townhouse 1200. sq. ft.

$190,000, #5517

Venice Bay — Brand New - 2

bed 1.5 bath 1200 sq. ft. 24 hr

security, community pooi and

much more.. Price reduced to

$167,500. #5654 =
COMMERCIAL

BSB House, West Bay Street

= three levels, 5,500 © sq.ft.

overlooking ‘Nassau harbour

and beach’ with parking: $2

million. #5760

Tel: 393-8630 - Fax: 393-8638















LIGHTBOURN REALTY

Oaksfield - 100’ x 200’
commercial: lot with a~small
building on site — perfect for a
small. shop or larger building.
$150,000 #5804 :

VACANT LAND
Indigo — 7,582. sq ft, Single
Family. $182,000. #5705
Venice Bay Annex, multi-family
191’x70" to foundation.
$135,000.#5628

Clearview, West Bay Street —
16,354 sq. ft. 145,000. # 5329
CORAL HARBOUR- 7,992 sq.
ft. $80,000, Fiveplex $125,000
South Ocean. Estates —
Starting at $99,500 #5471
Venice Bay. Multi-family corner
lot... 100°. X 100’ $135,000.
#5550 :

Stapledon Gardens — 100’x60’
multi-family $97,000. “
Emerald Coast — gated 7,173
sq.ft. ‘starting at $90,000,
#5754 hoa:





































| VACANT
Abaco Club at Winding Bay.
Estate. lots. Starting at
$1,300,000. #5317.







4.99 acres Turtle. Rocks,



development potential,
adjoining. tract available
$350,000 MLS#5797 ~
Russell Island.-— .5 acre
elevated waterfront lot,
gorgeous -views $240,000
#547)

LITTLE EXUMA -— lot next to









Tropic of Cancer. beach
$40,000.00 #5720

Rock Sound. One. acre parcel
on QH $35,000 w/financing.
50 acres $300,000.00
wAfinancing. : 2
South Andros. One acre
beach lot with. utility: services.
$150,000 #5433

Rock Sound, Knowles Hill — 3
adjacent lots 90’ x 170°. -
$22,500 each #5697 _
Eleuthera Island Shores -—
Ocean view... residential
$18,500.00 #5642



front $62,500 #5672

Near Treasure Cay, Abaco —

2.5 acres on Queens Highway:
$255,000. #5775 — e

Fresh Creek, Andros:— One
acre on canal . $50,000 #5466

San, Andros - One. acre
commercial lot near airport on
main road, $25,000. #5787

San Andros - 4.5 acres off
main road, Frances Town.
$45,000. #5774

Staniard Creek -— 2 acres on

the beach near Kamalame Cay..

$650,000. #5657

Stella Maris, Long Island —
100’x130’ ocean Views.
$25,000. #5785

Tel: 393-8630 - Fax: 393-8638












.| JACARANDA SUBD: Opp. Old










Great Abaco Beach Front -|2



















Rainbow Bay — Atlantic Ocean.

CABLE. BEACH Beautiful
BAYROC residences at pre-
construction prices from
$1,550,000 to $2,300,000.
Amenities . include 24-hour
gated & individual security,
systems, balconies, spectacular
views...

FOR RENT:

ST. ALBAN'S DRIVE: New
tastefully and fully furnished
apartmetns in gated complex.
2 bedrooms $2,500 p.m. 1
bedroom $2,000 p.m. -
WESTWARD VILLAS:
Spacious 1° bedroom 1 bath
nicely furnished apartment
close to. beach and shopping.
$1,100 p.m. Short — term
welcomed.

EASTWOOD: Newly renovated
3 bedrooms 2 .baths. house;

VACANT LOTS:
EMERALD COAST #2228

70' X 103' duplex lots in
proposed. gated community
starting at $96,000. 70' X 103'
S/F lots. $92,000.





Fort Bay. in gated community.
80' x 140' zoned for 3 units.
$175,000. Two S/F lots 110' x
180' $195,000 each. 90' x 120'
$150,000.

SOUTH SEAS -Duplex lots 80°
x 100’. $95,000 each S/F lots
75' x100' and-larger starting at

$80,000.

SAFFRON HILL #2199 Triplex
lots: from $185,000. _ Four-plex
lots from $210,000 ..reserve
yours now! Single/f - starting
from $175,000. 7,000 s/t and
larger... -—

YUMA ESTATES: Duplex lots |
starting at $125,000: Triplex tiled floors, large enclosed yard,
lots 8,106 s.ft starting at central air. Unfurnished.
$135,000. 6,514 sift to 10,058 | $1,400 p.m.

sft. single/f starting from VISTA MARINA: 2 bedrooms
$90,000. 1-1/2 baths townhouse.
INDIGO SUBD: 60' Xx. 120'| Partially furnished. With to
hilltop sf lot. _. Community | beach.

amenities included — security | $1,600 p.m. eee
ate, pool,-tennis court. Within SANDYPORT: Executive tri-
walking distance to beach. level townhose.. 4 bedrooms 3-
$235,000. ; 1/2 baths, fully furnished, private
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES] dock. In gated community with
#2177 29,621. sft lot on pond. | numerous amenities. $6,000
Full’: set. of approved and PAR

stamped architectural plans for| PARADISE ISLAND: — 3
a well designed 7,500 s/t home | bedrooms 3-1/2 baths
included. $1,818,200.


































complex. Nicely furnished,
pool. $6,000 p.m.

GRAND BAHAMA:

#2340 Exceptional
investment opportunity. Full
service gas station on 2.98
acres. Being sold with supplies
and equipment. $700,000.
#2341 Lucayan Towers: Well
appointed corner apt. with 2
bedrooms 2 baths on

9th fl. Panoramic views of
dsland, Ocean and Canals. 24-
hr.-security.

$185,000. ‘ :
#2342 Sunrise Park: Newly

APARTMENTS / CONDOS

OCEAN PLACE:
On-Harbour, Paradise Island,
beautiful 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths: and 2 bedrooms 2-1/2
baths Luxury Condos under
construction.: Amenities include
travertine tiles throughout,
expansive. terraces, 24-hour
security, hurricane proof
windows, private marina: with
30-80 foot slips, harbour front
pool... Prices . start — from
$899,405: :
WINTON HEIGHTS #2303
Under construction tri-level 3








































bedrooms 2-1/2 baths | built duplex-with 3 bedrooms 2
mediterranean style} baths © Units. Landscaped
townhouses. © 3,000 s/ft each. | grounds. $302,000.

Perpetual sea views. | #2343 Bahamia South:





Attractively designed newly
built Executive Home. 3
bedrooms 2-1/2 -baths. 2-car
garage, office, hurricane proof
windows,

pool...and more...$350,000.

Amenities to includepool and
security. $495,000.
JACARANDA #2200 Spacious
new tri-level.3 bedrooms. 3-1/2
baths townhouse in gated
community opp. Old Fort Bay.
Pool, patio. $475,000.
PARADISE «ISLAND — The
Residences at Atlantis, a luxury
condominium-hotel offer
elegantly furnished residences
and unique ownership
opportunities; including access
to the Resort's entertainment
centre, spa, full service marina
and more. Jr. suites — from
$685,000. One bedroom suites

EXUMA:

Hoopers Bay: 1.122 tract of
land. Ideal location on main
highway for commercial
venture. $315,000.

The Bluff: Well wooded 8
acre Island of oceanfront land.
Private beach. $4.5 million.
Jimmy Hill: 116 acres with
600 ft.of white sandy beach.






from. $1,150,000 and 2] Elevations of. 70 ft.
bedroom suites from | Ocean Addition West: 20,900
-$1,800,000. ‘| sft residential oceanfront lot.

Beach access

$650,000

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957





















townhouse in’ gated waterfront





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BAHAM

REAL T



EST..1949
SALES

CORAL . HEIGHTS EAST!
Large corner lot in a_ well
established neighbourhood only
minutes from the beach. Aeady
for immediate development this

lot is serviced bt all major
utilities. Web 7 i: 10242.
Price: $99,00C

BLUE HILL HEIGHTS! 4bd/3bt
home on 12,000 SF hilltop lot
off Tonique — William-Darling
Highwaywith views from
Atlantis. to Cable Beach. TV
room and covered garage are a
plus. Tongue and groove
ceilings are featured and tiled
throughout. This is an excellent

opportunity at a great price.
Web Ref: 562460. Price:
$299,000

SANDYPORT! Enjoy lovely

canal views & tropical breezes
from this three-story townhouse
with 2bd/2bt in popular Olde
Town Sandyport. Fully
furnished residence features
laminate & tile floors, open plan
living/dining area, fully
equipped kitchen, balconies
and more. Inclusive of a private
dock & dedicated parking
space. Web Ref: 562311.
Price: $475,000

LYFORD CAY! Large wooded
corner. lot in _ exclusive
community. Web Ref: 9637.
Price: $610,000

TOWER HEIGHTS! 3bd/3.5bt
unique contemporary colonial
home in the eastern district of

New Providence. Spacious
home features mahogany
doors, hurricane windows,

cherry cabinets & gorgeous hill
top sea views and more. Web
Ref: 562431. Price: $809,500

LOVE BEACH! Multi-family
zoned property totaling 2.06
acres with 161 ft. of beach
frontage and 2 houses in need
of work. Web Ref: 7878. Price:
$1.8M

Opportunity to
own an office featuring 466 SF
in a development establishing
itself as a popular. office/retail
area. Other busineSses in the
development include FirstCarib
bean Bank, Ballys Gym,
Provence gourmet ‘restaurant,
convenience store, gas station
and many. orher retail stores.
Web Ref: 8739. Price:
$128,150
OLD FORT BAY! Beachfront
lot, 225' of frontage. 1.45 Acres,
dock space. One of a kind.
Web Ref: 6164. Price: $4.8M
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

BAHAMAS



REALTY
EST. 1949
SALES
WESTRIDGE! 5bd/5.5bt
lakefront estate located in
western district of New

Providence also features fully
equipped guest cottage w
kitchen, bath and
housekeeper's quarters. Main
villa. showcases designer
touches such as mahogany
staircase, upgraded tile flooring
& wood ceilings. Grounds boast
lush native landscaping, while
expansive back terrace
overlooks lake & pool. Web
Ref. 562400. Price: $3M. FOR
RENT also Web Ref: 8878.
$10,000 p/m

OLD FORT BAY! Beachfront °

lot, 225' of frontage. 1.45 Acres,

dock space. One of a kind.

Web Ref: 6164. Price: $4.8M
RENTALS

SANDYPORT! This 1bd/1.5bt
apartment: unit features ocean
views, large rooms, top of the
line appliances and plumbing
fixtures, ceramic tiled floors,
and much more. Appliances
only. Web Ref: 9870. Price:
$1,800 p/m

WESTRIDGE! Comfortable and
spacious 3bd/2.5bt townhouses
with loft, pool view and good
security in gated community
near Westridge Shopping
Centre. Web Ref: 562498.
Price: $2,500 p/m

SANDYPORT! Waterfront 2nd
floor home with private dock
and carport in exclusive
community. Spacious open
floor plan, large bedrooms and
closet areas and modern
kitchen. Overlooking the
waterway from -2 verandahs.
Web Ref: 10178. Price: $3,500

p/m
GROVE ESTATE! . Spacious
3bd/2.5bt townhouse in gated
community very close to
exciting Cable Beach and
downtown Nassau. Features
large master suite, modern
kitchen w granite countertops, -
wood deck overlooking pool, 1-
car garage and lush
landscaping. Offered __ fully
furnished. Web Ref: 562407.
Price: $4,000 p/m
CAVES POINT! Spanish-style
3bd/3bt waterfront + condo
delivers _ breathtaking ocean
views. Residents will enjoy
4,450 SF of iuxurious interior.
Gated community boasts 3
swimming pools, lush
landscaping, 24-hour security
and gym. Web Ref: 9028.
Price: $5,500 p/m ¥
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs














































































































































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CORETTA OWEN | TROPICAL HOME WANTED | : LI] FORRENT
Telephone 457-3092 DESIGNS URGENTLY 2-2Bd/1bath apts, all
Willlam Wong & Associates A : appliances/water incl.
Realty Co Ltd, CONSTRUCTION eee PARADISE Boatswain Hill. Call after 5pm
For owkig property co Vacant Land - 362-1121
ee ct . Houses, Duplexca’s plexes RES RE A ? FOR RENT Oo:
rtments eee
$2,500 - Seabeach condo fay TREE O EO RGRNS Commercial Properties Communtte Specialists” L ESTATE 2-bed, 1-bath semi- furn rent
2bed, 2.5baths, furnished 5% DOWN LY We buy and Sell Treasure Cove, Sandyport, h : | oe00 OOP 1 aid last plus
fon Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay www.grahamrealestate,com | $400.00 sec. Yamacraw beach
se DB bounford Dr, condo.) > BED, 2 BATH $90,000 Please call Ludec . Letus take care of your Rentals :
Nese 393-1183 or 557-3225- emily! #9208 Lake Cunningham.) | FORRENT
large ed, th fami semi furnished room. wi
Spad. 2.5 bath fur hed It Sen oe os ee Miramar, P.J. 2254-Furn. 3/9.5| home. Luxuriously Sppointed separate bath/toilet to let, Out
. 1) 2. rishe DUPLEX, 2 BED, 1 BATH townhouse in ___ beachfront} this fully furnished, gorgeous} East, $100.00 per week, first
~~ $1,600 - Seabreeze, condo $155,000 community.’ $5,500 home has stunning lake views| and last plus $200.00 security
7 Sbed, 2.5bath, furnished i SF 2 w/ dock. for water activities. deposit, light. and water
, 2. if TRIPLEX 2 BED. 1 BATH Lots For Sale -Sandyport R2253- Furn. 3/2.5 Lovely large rooms & separate} included. Tel 558-1247, or visit
$3,800 - Sandyport, condo ‘ $185,000.00 Coral Breeze Est: canalfront condo, nicely | maid’s quarters. A’ must see!| #545 Cyprus. Court, Elizabeth
2bed, 2.Sbath, furnished / neue Single Family 7835sq.ft, | decorated, boat slip! $4,500 | $11 000p/m ee pebind Zon amacray
an : H AREAS: 90,000.00. : lurch.

: : Tripix Tuckaway R2252- Brand new, | #1934 ——————
$4,000 - Nautica condo, Se MG AEE RD Le haere really nice, Partly. furn. 2/4 bbe ‘ane poe pee FOR RENT Beach house for
fumished, Sbed, 2:5bath -SOUTH BEACH, Ph.328-2797, 427-7409 | apartment, central _ location! | complex on quiet street. Lovely} ‘ent, West Bay fully furnished
$5,000 - Port New Providence,| “CORAL VISTA : : , pool/patio area. Gated w/visual Vp ohare Ne ry. s bed 3
condo 3 bed 3. 5bath’ -KOOL ACRES : | Surveillance on each — unit. and dryer Water . incl ded
furnished: Heews "| -PRINCE CHARLES AND Pressure So eee Tastefully decorated & fully) cnclosed garage-$6 500, et

eee MANY MORE move in! $4,000 Yee | Sonsiied $2 2cepim mth. Tel 362-1150/565-8018.
COME IN 1 Bed efficiency fully furnished er #3279 Lyford Cay, seductive &| FOR RENT
Set ea Fast home -| “Us Fe TBUG Rea water, cable, celing fan, a/c, | Conchrest R2243- Nice, newly ane 5 bed bath home.| Cable Beach, Bahamian &
Be e. t luplex - 2bed, A REALITY b/bars and screen. $650 per|furn. 2/2 second floor! Gorgeous golf course views.| Tourist alike. Comfy 1. furn
tba TEL: 323-0546, 326-5468 | month. 1st last $500. security | Oceanfront condo. Great views!} Other great features include] Bdrm for rent in. private
$416,000 - Coral Harbour Evening 327-7504 deposit. 392-0786. $3,800 a‘ large swimming pool & pergola,| grounds, light, water, cable,
home 3 bed, 3bath ‘|}____+_+++_+=s BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT § water osmosis plant/ private] ceiling fans, near to food store
, 5 DUPLEX building on exra large| Misty Gardens off Marshall Rd. Westridge R2250- Brand new| well: Fully air conditioned,| and beach, $250.00 weekly.
$399,000 - Coral lakes h lot St Vincent Rd, $220,000 unfurnished.” with bs 3/3.5 furn. Townhouse with | ‘cable/internet ready, semi-|Call 502-2781 or 327-2102
, Of al aes (OMe, ang : Sec bats, | private pool. $4,750 furnished. $8,000p/m after 6pm :
Sbed.2-Sbath DUPLEX near completion in| $400 per OTIS thet ere aay, ee e
per month, first and last | Victoria Court R2251-- Newly | 4 , FOR RENT
$289,000 - Seabeach 2bed,| 9ated area Step St, $180,000 | monthly & deposit Look for two | remodeled 2/25, fourth floc fear Ween sean ue Carmichael Road shop/Office
2.5bath townhouse : couple with 1 child. Contact} condo in central location. : i i space for,rent 327-2802
RESIDENTIAL _ corner. - lot] 361-1419/425-3082 ‘ 30ft boat dock situated in 4500
$180,000 - Nassau East 2beq | 65x100 VICTORIA GARDENS NICE! $9,000 : vibrant “Olde Towne. Lovely ©1500 pet monte
2.5bath townhouse i | $68,000 2-BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS views of Sandyport. Luxurious FOR RENT
‘e lu basically furnished Apt., City Grove R1206- Turn key, 3/3.5] décor, furniture & fittings. Big Centerville off Collins Ave
" $95,000 - Nassau East ibed,| COMMERCIAL lot north on Mt] $3,000 per month. First & last] Ome | with views and near) screen TV. Residents have fulll Shop, office space for rent.
batftownhouse "| Royal near Dpt of Immigration} month, one month security IN] Peach! $4,000 access to the Sandyport) ~ 327-2802
85x100 asking 130,00 ono. ADVANCE. Serious’ inquiries \ h R2 Furn. 2/1 beaclics sent pou) & beach & $1500.00 per month
2 Cable Beach R2236- Furn. am :
$600,000 antes Town] DUPLEX & 5-PLEX lots in ers al 927-4316 leave MSg_| Condo in great location! $1,500 |" seen EORRENT,
4.692 acres own gated community West Winds| citycomfort_apt13@yahoo.com #3280 Victoria Court, 2 bed, 2| Hair Booth @ $100/pw
starting @ $100,000 San oo tne oe 1/2 bath condo. Elegant, gated saniow and Nail Booth @
: APARTMENT FOR RENT 1 PS, apartment buildin in :
21,200.00 South Westridge 9] paRTIAL ocean view lot Indigo Nese vilege light MA NICE! ~ "| convenient downtown ‘Nassau.| Call 323-1126
Good investment at $170,000 | included. $550 “per month. rd Drive R2238- Brand nis, jopacious ‘ epaiment : For Rent
. . Ph : Sandford Drive R2238-_B overlooks the harbour. Central] of;
Soe aeagnichael Road! cart DIRECT 457-1326, Gino] nee XC 2200. new, immaculate 2/2.5 in al air. Shared pool $3,000pim | migelatore Space Rosetta St.
Maycock. FURNISHED i-bed Efficiency, aS ae Crerabal Available immediately
7200s Ses sonco] —-——___] wae.flgratee [ES | sxraauatnseead ST anaae
; f plan, living/dining/kitchen.| ~ APARTMENT FOR RENT -
et se0.000 Gamble: «Heights FORRENT . ~ |Seabeach Estates _R2232-| Large screened in porch. Bacardi Road
4 Two Beco & One Bedroom Gero pace: 3/2 sey eRe Enclosed yard with pergola. 2 2 bedroom/1bath
partment for rent. Wate garden, car orts. i i r i tit
$340,000 Sandyport, Call Deborah @ 325-0958, | appliances and more! $2,500 | $2 300p/n eee | alain sys aval eopaition..
SHOP SPACE {Cable _ Beach __R2112-| #a049 Saudners | Seater
Kinateher - Sandyport - rice MeO Beachfront 2/2 on ground floor, | 9 bed, D bath nant pet 16 the FOR RENT
Spacious and well designed PHONE Ap OD Se READE oo ree Cea: Awesome | beach. Beautifully decorated] Two Bedroom apartment $850
home in Coral Lakes. $124,800 Down $6,955.00 | _ Whastelu) gree Lovely ee Pedrcom . epalmnant
3bedrooms, 2 1/2baths, 2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH APT, | Seabreeze R1198- ean Views. $3,000p/Tr net. water, central: alr,
. oT e Rit Canalfront semi furnish. Located in Golden

2,433sq living space 3-bedrooms, 2-baths Condo Blair Estates, furnished. i
Formal living and dining rooms,}_ $165,000 Down $8,975.00 $1,000/mth. : Cee eee hy docks Boaters
Offered at $399,000. Call 557-4554, or 393-2593. Beac - Furn
————— . Location: Out West - it's while _ iB

é EMPAIGUER OC BRA EAL ly renovated = 2/2_ in
they last - come in #76 M FURNISHED. ROOM FOR|,\<
Crook 8 Mackey) RENT: for. a. single’ bachelor Robi BESch pooaee 4
Tel 394-8889, 394-7799, ONLY. No. other furniture nicely fi 225 t 7 hi CW:
394-8890 or call Customer _| Please. No kid or pets. Off East | itr” envicged ~ rite ous]
Care 24-hrs/7 days 380-8010, | St. Crooked Island St, opp bah Loree private yard. from the living room, northern] COOKING FACILITES CAN
Maintenance only $150 a year! | Convenience store, quiet, clean, | $a patio: & “master: bed. Home is/.BRING | HOT © PLATE. | &
enclosed yard, 2 blocks from Freasure Cove _Ri1180- elevated, cool & airy. Large] MICROWAVE RENT
—FIGH VISTA | Bus Stop. nice kitchen, front | Spacious, fur. 5/3 with pool.in| kitchen w/ staff bed area off to) INCLUDES LIGHT WATER
3 bed, 2 1/2 bath

#3254 Sandyport, ground floor|
2 bed, 2 1/2 bath townhouse.| only. Contact 544-7110
Nicely appointed. Eeully ise
furnished $3,000p/m _ | FURNISHED (EFFICIENCY
#3281 Eastern Rd, 5 bed, 5)APT). SINGLE ROOM WITH
bath, Eastern Rd hilltop home.| BATHROOM/SHOWER STALL
Wonderful views of the Narrows] ONLY/ WALK IN CLOSET/'NO

Gates. #1, serious inquiries
































room, sec sys., all utilities erenn oceanfront community. | the. side. Expansive covered| TELEPHONE CABLE T.V: A/C
‘included, light, hot/cold water, : : porch which overlooks the pool.| VERY NICE CLEAN & QUIET





; Bahahama room. 5
457.3060 ToC nee ey Pool Generator, | fnove"in “8160 & $178) per| promote rental stings cal | *"°“Graham Real Estate | ONLY ‘NO. KIDS OR PET
William Wong & Associates ie , $828,000.00. week. Weekly only. Call Ms | Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 Call 356-5030 or SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
Realty Co Ltd, 327-4271. e ep ie soa kemp between 9am and 7pm. ; visit our web site at $600.00 PER MONTH FIRST &

call 326-0669 www.ParadiseBahamas.com | www.gra hamrealestate.com | LAST + SECURITY 393-3667







3-bed, 2-bath, living room, den,
dining room and large kitchen
enclosed yard; Coral Harbour,
must see to! appreciate. Tel
394-5123, 394-3504, or 356-
2968 anytime after 6pm

KOOK ACRES - Brand. new
spacious 1 bedroom apt. All
utilities included, cable, light,
and water. No kids/pets! Tel
322-8107/8 to 5pm; 324-9089
after5pm. = ©








Turngues Property | LGHTBOURN REALTY

www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
RENT. Gorn
WN TON. i MEADOWS:
urnished 1-bedroom Apt A/C, RENTALS
ceiling: fan $775.00 per month. + Estate. 2
Electricity & water included. eiateriront Esa pede
SEA BREEZE: Tastefully cottage: Furnished & equipped,

; “"Y | garage, pool, generator,
furnished ee rey eee optional dock. space. $9,000/
central-air, large TV. room; monn: HON

é Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5
laundry room, garage, covered | hath hilltop home on 1.7 acres,






















Two. bedroom, 2
condo, gated,
ocean views and private beach.
Available. now — for
month. Serious inquiries tel.












Paes $3c00 landscaped | joo|, generator, garage. 364-8426.
ae Eumished. _$9,000/month. | [OVE BEACH ESTATE Towne
MONTAGU: Furnished | Gayes Point — 3 bed, 3 bath house, 2bed,° fully furnished,

Efficiecy, A/C, laundry facilities.

A/C, alarm system, sec yard,
$490.. Water included.

$1500. Phone 359-1260 day or
night. :




fully: furnished. _ ocean-side
condo, 24hr: security, 3 pools,
2 beaches, gym and covered













TURNQUEST PROPERTY
- Lparking. $8,000/month. R0172 /
MANAGEMENT, 324-3060 Treasure Gove. 4 bed, 2 bath | single one SEE,
“FORR RENT ully furnished, pool and patio,| Fast, Bay Street, electrical,
Large efficiency apt. _ off 24 ‘hr. security. $4,000/month. | internet & . phone included.











RO165 5 2 : x 2
Love Beach. 2 bed, 2.5 bath, ed US ages ee

furnished, unobstructed ocea
views. $3,000/month. — .
RO159 . -
Orchard Terrace — 4 bed, 2

bath furnished. home, 2. car} business. Call 393-8881
$600:00 pitt $300.00 arage. . Excellent condition.

security. Ph. 341-0909 3,750/month. RO144. New 1 Bedroom Efficiency for

a ER SAAT | Sulgrave Manor. 2 bed; 2 bath rent. Fully furnished. All Utilities
FURNISH 1 BED ROOM APT lovely furnished. unit. Complex included, $600.00 Monthly call

Carmichael ~ Rd., . separate
kitchen and big bath. Fridge,
stove, gas, ceiling fan, light,
water & cable included. Very
secure enclosed. yard. . Single
Person ONLY. No Kids/Pets.



Nail Booth For Rent $100 per
week prime location Kemp. Rd.
and bar 20 corner established
















WATERS EIaEE BASIC offers many amenities. Pool 535-4369 oF 322-2518
CABLE INCLUDED, .NO|a@nd beach access. $3,500/| NEW 1 BEDROOM Furnished,




month.:R0156. Efficiency apt cable, light, water
Saunders Beach. 2 bed, 21 included near beach, No kids,
bath -townhouse. gym, pool,| pets. Lease ist last mth
beach nearby, laundry room. | $800.00 pm $400.00 sec. dep
$2,500. RO173 - 1502-2781 or 327-2102 after
8th Terrace, Centerville - 4] 6pm. Available Nov 30th —

bed, 2 bath with waiting area. | ————_—_______—____
$2, 500: RO160 2 New 2 Bedroom Apt -
John K. Kennedy Drive. 3] water fridge, stove, celing fan,
bed, 2 bath house, landscaped } blinds, a/c included,
‘garden, immaculate condition.
2,250. RO182

water and cable included, Blair| Twynam. 2 bed, 1 bath
Estates, $575. Call 393-6402, | apartment, furnished, | just

renovated, large porch. $2,000/
FURNISHED ROOMS in| month. 3 APT (LEEWARD EAST, $900
private home. Female : onl

| 0162 MONTHLY. PHONE 465-7401.
Max — security i

screens, _ fully} Mount Vernon — 2 bed, 2 bath | New one bedroom apartment
furnished. Tel: 341-4265 home.: High ceilings, enclosed | located Hanna Road $600.00
Oe ‘ pete ots jonth. r marsh ead right watt
— fe : ~ Finciu F urgiar an
FURNISHED, 1-BEDROOM | Montagu Villas — 2 bed, 1 bath | hurricane shutters. First and
APT in Winton, light, water, | townhouses. ~Recently| last. month: security deposit

uded: 467 renovated, furnished, A/C, pool, | $300.00. Tel: 324-7306.

, _ inel be 5 per
- month. Tel 427--3582. 800/month. ——
ted. $1,800/month: RO'SO | “NEW, LARGE 2- bed, 2bath,
: ; 2.5) ~3 AVAILABLE, WATER,

eer eee toon, BARS. CAC. SES0PMFOR
sctral air alarn, wash& Gryer | fiosieal Gardens -® bed, 2| 1ST, LAST + $600. OFF ST
bath townhouse fully furnished, | | VINCENT RD EMMANUEL

$1 :
Deal's 3 bed, 2 bath] NEWLY BUILT 1-bedroom,
‘Thome on .a large comer lot, | fully fun, A/C, washer & dryer.

—— patio. Furnished. ille. 00.

IDEALLY SUITED for_one | $1'Soommenth #ROI79. | smutavillg. $650.00. Phone
individual only (Bachelor/Bach-| Bel Air. 1-2 bed, 1-2 bath, ;—————____
elorette) rental unit, central alr-|'somi-furnished apartments. | OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD - 2
condition, includes. _ water. | Starting at — $1,200/month. bed, 1 bath, ‘Includes, washer,
furnished, no children, no pets, | 9175 dryer, stove, - refrigerator,
pool facilities available, laundry | South Beach. 2 bed, 1 bath} microwave, central air
room nearby, centrally located | cottage, beach front, enclosed | condition, blinds, security bars,
on St Albans . Drive, $500} yard. $1,000/month. RO183 security alarm. Full furnished
monthly, electricity and sec dep | Off John F: Kennedy Drive. 1 | $1,100/Unfurnished $900, first,
as mel as retard ee month'l bed efficiency, enclosed ae and oe soe . No ned
rent required. Phone 356-6484 | garden. $800/month. RO181 | and pets. Available December
eve 323-8408. 2 1. Call 557-2567, or 361-6909.

CHILDREN, NO PETS.
PHONE aes AFTER 6:00

3-BED,. 2-BATH CONDO,
semi-furnished. w/fridge, stove,
microwave, = dish washer,
garbage disposal, c/air, water
incl. and washer. & dryer avail:
$1550/pm. Tel-422-3440,

EFFICIENCY





















$700.00 deposit. Phone 328-
1060(day) or. 322-6912 evening

NEW 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH

FURNISHED






































LOVE BEACH — FOR RENT
1/2 bath
spectacular





$2,500/









$750.00p/m, 1st and Jast plus-















WAY. TEL 457-0138/557-9048. |









OFF SOLDIER ROAD
unfurnished two bedroom, one
bath apartment, water included
$675 per month, — security
deposit $300. Phone 327-7847.

ONE 2-bedroom Apt for rent
$725 per month, first and last
month, $450 sec dep. Iron
bars, water, A/C, fans included.
No pets. Phone 364-7746, or
364-2214.

ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT | -

for rent; well lit and secure yard
water, cable, phone,
refrigerator and stove included,
also A/C and ceiling fans, five
minutes walk to the Mall at

Marathon, one minute walk to}

the bus stop and ten minutes
drive to Paradise Island central
location, Peatdale off Wulff
Road. No_ kid/pets/smoking,
$600 per month, first, last
month and $600 sec. dep.
Serious inquires only. Phone
326-7477, or 322-4205.

ONE BEDROOM APT
Yamacraw Beach, fridge, stove
water included $575 month.
$350 sec deposit.

Phone 364-5445, cell 465-0101

ONE BEDROOM
EFFICIENCY, air conditioned,
furnished, quiet area Winton
Meadows. Light, water, and
basic cable inclduded. Phone
and internet ready. No children
or pets. Available November
24, 2006. Monthly rent $600,
first and last month's rent plus
$200 sec dep. Tel 324-6754.

ONE. PERSON: 1° new
efficiency, fully furn include:
cable, light, water, tel, c/fan &
blinds, quiet area, Elizabeth
Est. $585; ist, last, plus sec
$300. Also:-1 bedroom for rent
with maid service, $125/wk. Tel
324-7692 after 4pm week days.

ONE ROOM APT FOR RENT -
Redland Acres. Yellow Apt.
Contact: 394-3673. :

Paradise Island

Penthouse room with terrace
Fully funished, pool,
tv,dishwasher, washing
machine, phone, dryer Cabel,
wireless internet, $1200 p.m.
tel: 363-2943

PRIVATE ROOM & BATH
IN HOME. $650 PER MONTH.
~ "TEL 393-0868

>» RENTAL :
1-3bd/1bath hse, inclosed yard,
all appliances incid.
- Elizabeth Estates
Ph.#362-1121

“UNFURNISH DUPLEX
~ APART-MENT
2 BED 1 BATH
TILE THROUGHOUT
WATER INCLUDED
CENTRAL AIR
SECURITY SCREENS
$700.00 MONTHLY
$300.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT
FOX HILL







MUST SEE
364041 1- 6:00P.M. - 8:00 P.M.

SEABEACH, CABLE BEACH
2-bed, 2 1/2 bath Town house,
$1500 per month. 325-3170,
422-1929. ,



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REAL- ESTATE

www.erabahamas.com

RENTALS

3949 Tusculum: Renovated 3
bed. home. Hardwood floors,
central A/C, garage, laundry
room and~- pool. Unfurnished.
$6,000/pm.

3921 Harbour Colony: Nice 3
bed penthouse unit with views
of the Nassau Harbour. Open

floor plan, large _— kitchen,
laundry area and_ pool.
US$5500/pm.

3966 Palmdale: Retail space in
this busy area is very hard to
come by. This 800 sq. ft. space
is just perfect for a_ starter
business. $800/pm.

3970 Sandford Drive: Fully
furnished 3 bed townhome with
washer/dryer tiled and carpet
flooring all within an enclosed
yard. $3,000/pm.

3973 Carefee Condominium:
Spacious 2 bed unit with new

kitchen featuring wood
cabinets, corian counters and
stainless steel appliances.

Great ocean views. $2,200/pm.

3972 Tusculum: Furnished 3
bed townhouse with tiled and
wood floors, central A/C,
washer/dryer, dishwasher,
alarm and intercom system.
$2,800/pm.

3916 Collins Avenue:
Remodeled 2 bed townhouse.
Fully furnished with A/C

units, security bars, 2 parking
spaces and is wired for cable.
$1,600/pm.

3927 Sea Breeze: Modern 3
bed home with spacious living
areas, stainless

steel. appliances _ carpeted
bedrooms, garage, alarm and
15kw generator.

$4,500/pm.

3776 Cable Beach: Office
spaces with . 3 private
bathrooms, reception area with
bathroom; . parking, . A/C, 6
phone lines and water included.
$4500/pm.

lestridge: Brand new 3
bed unit. Custom made kitchen
with granite ‘tile countertops,
recessed lighting, a large
master bed and bath with its
own
kitchenette. $5,000/pm.

CALL
ERA net Real Estate
Tel: (242) 394-1494 or
& 42) 393-1811
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com









Town house or Rent
Yamacraw Shores near beach
front. Lovely and newly built
semi furnished suitable for two
live inmates or single famiiy
Upstairs - spacious one
bedroom, walk in closet, full
bathroom . included powder
room, double vanity, Jacuzzi,
shower stall, central air, ceiling
fan and office space.
Downstairs - one bedroom,
bathroom, spacious kitchen,
living and dining space, ceiling
fans, air condition and burglar
bars. Including washer, dryer,
cable, fridge, stov and cooking
gas. Must see to appreciate. .
Person interested please call
364-4422 eve, or 557-1142
anytime

TOWNHOUSE - one bed, one
bath apartment, fully furnished,
air condition, burglar bars,
water __ included, enclosed
grounds, clean environment,
access to swimming pvuol and
laundry facilities, property well
lit at night time, ample parking,
located on Saint Albans Drive,
$875 moth, first, and last
month's. rent along with elec
and sec dep required. Phone
326-1514, eve 323-8408.

ST ALBANS’ DRIVE 2-
bedrooms, 1-bath apartment,
fully furnished, air condition,
water included, enclosed
grounds, clean environment,
access to swimming poo! and
laundry facilities, $900 monthly,
first, last month's rent, elec and
sec deposit req. Ph: 326-1514,
eve 323-8408. -

TOWHOUSE for rent, ocean
view $975.00, Prince Charles
Drive. Newly renovated,
tastefully decorated, air
condition, fully funished, ready
to move in. First and {ast
required and $600 sec dep.
Only serious persons need
apply. 324-5897. — Available
now!

Unfurnished 2-bedrooms, 1-
bathroom, living and dining
rooms, air-conditioned, ceiling
fans, security bars with water
and cooking, gas included rent.
First and last months rent and
security deposit required. Call
341-0331 or 456-6165 any time

WESTERN DISTRICT 1-bed,
t-bath, fully“: furnished
apartment, laundry. ‘room,



pool, includes — water,

monthly, electricity.and security =
deposit along with first and last
month's rent required. Phone —

926-1514, even 323-8408.

WINTON HEIGHT 4 bedrooms,
3 full baths, 2 half baths,

furnished house, air condition, -

burglar bars, hurricane
shutters, double elec garage
doors and. gate, generator,
property walled-in & out back
gazebo. $3,500 per month: It's
ready. Tel 324-6755.

SPACIOUS APARTMENT
‘OR RENT OFF
CARMICHAEL ROAD, 2 bed, 1
ath, AIC, WASHER
FACILITIES. TEL 323-



6745/557-3062

=€

enclosed ‘grounds, swimming ~°-
a $750



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TWYNAM HEIGHTS: 1 bed

























SANDILANDS - VILLAGE 1 Spacious bedroom BEDROOM EFFICIENCY A/C,] COWPEN ROAD. WEST - 2 BAR MAIDS needed to work .
ROAD -:2 bed, 1 bath, water} apt, furn, s/bars, water, light, Apartment. stove, fridge & water .incl'd,| bed, 1 1/2 bah, living; dining jn.a sporting bar. Persons must
included, $650 per month. enclosed, for single individual. Off Carmichael Road. | $450/pm, ist, last and $300] and kitchen, A/C and ceiling be friendly, sexy and able. to

_. | Tel 393-5987, 364-2302. Light. Water, b/bars, c/fan & | sec. Upstairs. & gated. Single] fans, washer, dyer and water keep customers. if you. think
KOOL ACRES, Kool Aid Drive |-"iG-S:pedroom apt for rent, stove included. mature spereen. Ebene 424-| included. Sec bars, . enclosd you have these qualities please
ent ee EE on ce dep. Marshall Road. Contact :324. Telephone & Cable ready. _ | 5569(Cel), 325-002: (Am). yard, cable, internet and phone fall 328-3998.

No pets/children/smoking ———____________________ | Jinés_ available. No pets, 4
$600 p/month S/Deposit BRAND NEW - 2-bedroom, 1-| persons maximum. $800 per
$400.00

bath apartment, central air, | month, first and last months.

6407, or 434-6979.
2-BED, 1-BATH unfurnished










TEL 364-8988, 436-9361. 2-BED, 1-BATH, “Tight, water,

cable and phone - included.











SEA BEACH ESTATES - 2] apt sec screen, ci§C, waer Phone 341-8829. water, blinds washer and dryer. | rent, sec dep $500. Golden Gates #2; No children,
bed, 2 bath furnished Apt] included, Kool Acrés. off Joe Excellent for a teacher No pets serious enquires only| Te! 361-7009. $750/pm., $500 dep. Tel 323-
includes washer/dryer, central | Farrington Rd, $700 per month. - Caribbean Garden, off 5875.

COZY, 2. BED, 1 BATH omen -onaTOFE PAINCE
HOUSE FOR RENT, South| 2;BED, 2-BATH. OFF PRINCE

Beach Estates, cable ready, Sree. Se Ga:
A/C, cffans, sec bars, carport, AND WATER. $800/MTH.

Tel 535-4817 1,000SQ FT APARTMENT | Gladstone Road. $800 per
‘ 2-bedrooom 2-bath, utility room | month. 525-8738/ 361-0229.

2-BED, 1-BATH, light, water, AOR DanEeS: remigateton BONG GRAND SNEWS APAGTRENT
i cable and. phone _included.| washer/dryer, central air, ceiling ,

Rlernet, 1850 monthly. Tel Golden Gates #2. No children] fans, monitored alarm system, Marigold. Farm Road, $750 per large patio, nicely landscaped
——______________} $750/pm $500 dep. Tel 323-| automatic gate, enclosed patio, |month, 1st, last and sec dep | oocijcaq yard $1250/pm. Only PHONE 393-5845.
SPACIOUS 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath, |’ 5875. water and cooking gas included jincl. -Water, central . air, Senos inquiries please Phone 2BEDROOM APARTMENT
living, dining, den, large | —___________________| cable/telephone ‘ready, $925 | washer/dryer. Tel 395-4915, or | 243 cog, : - PRO ae MENT
eee aS, ca | Sees ye a eal esr eons nt eer ee eae ae ae
landscaped, alarm, __c/air, ’ security deposit - required. | —Saann New epaciole | EFFICIENCY. APT, Carmichael tg : ;
burglar bars, encl’ carport,| water, cable A/C B/bars| Minimum leasing,1 year located] BRAND NEW SPACIOUS (| 277". 2 light vate and | month, first and last month; .
located Sea Breeze Est. Must} $700/mth, first and last, $400] off Seabreeze Lane. Phone| . 2"bed, 1-bath, burglar bars, : 4 Tel 2 $500 security dep. Phone 392-

air, fridge, stove, linens kitchen
utensils, etc. Also includes
water, cable telephone rental;

































see to appreciate. $2800.00/pm | Sec dep. 364-5424. Serious inquireis central air cond, blinds, cable included. Tel361-4060. | 4665 (w)356-1966 after 6pm
Tel 544-3242/324-8444, Phone 341-4015, 377-8451 ext! plese ! Ready December 1, ieee Cee Tek Atos 7pm EFFICIENCY FOR RENT | 224-4929.
SUNSET PARK. an x . 2006. weekdays 364-0156 Semi-furnished — studio _ style] 7-BEDROOM APT FOR RENT,

CARMICHAEL RD WEST, 2-|2-BED, 1-BATH APT Marshall |1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,| Cell 544-2381, 457-1440. | efficiency. ight, water, Dasic | fridge stove, water and central
bed, 1-bath partly furnished,}Ad, fridge, stove, AC, burglar] Eden Estates, A/c, fridge, | ——______.____| ca ae $150 ph a, eine | ar: Tel 324-8040, or 477-4743.
fridge, stove, washer, dryer|bars, and water. included. |stove, buglar bars. Water]... BUILDING FOR RENT. Hip ne ic Wi ano ASE ee ae
water included, cable ready] Available now. Tel 359-1989, | included. Enclosed yard. 364- | Prime location - Shirley Street a te op . $ security 2-BEDROOM HOUSE -
burglar bars, yard fenced-in for | 454-2250, 361-3125 after 5pm. | 7698. JustWest of Mackey Street, } deposit. Single person nee kitchen, large living room,
privacy. Rent $800, sec dep ———__________| 6 000 sq ft. Plenty parking. Call] apply. 502-6212 (9 - 4 a.m. M- porch, $1000 monthly.
" $400. Tel 341-3573. ; Apartment For Rent EN Seen NENT: for appointment, 393-2122. F) 341-7676 after 5 p.m. es Ski hes eacomenihi
ns i i ES eee eae aa i small Sho mon
SUNSET PARK, | Road 4 2-Bed Bath Cental and cable included, 5 minutes |CABLE BEACH Large | EFFICIENCY for Rent semi. eS Ye
CARMICHAEL RD WEST, 2-| ajc, ceiling fans, Tiles, B/Bars| Walk to the Mall at Marathon, 1| furnished one bedroom: apt, | ight cable.sealing fan Nice] 1 bedroom Efficiency. water
bed, 1-bath partly furnished, | water included $850.00/pm ist} Minute walk to the bus stop and|w/balcony on the ocean et area $550.00 Brim and light included. $500.
fridge, stove, washer, dryer] and last plus $600.00 10 minutes: drive to Paradise | providing breathtaking — view. at f last/Securit festarn
water included, cable ready] Tele: 457-0138 or 557-9048 Island central location, | Suitable for .an executive | Goa for single’ ae on} Tel-361-1507.
burglar bars, yard fenced-in for Peardale, off Wulff Road.. couple or single. $1500 per} Serious ingilires only.Call 236; a
privacy. Rent $800, sec dep | AVAILABLE DEC 1 - 2-bed, 1-] No kids/pets/smoking. $550 per | month, 1st and last month rent 8525, "y: 2-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE
$400. Tel 341-3573. bath semi-furnished apt., sec} month, first and last month rent}+ sec. dep at signing of least. : APT Silvergates Subdivision.
Two BEDROOM, Tully bars, water included. Tel 436-] and $400-sec dep. May be viewed by appointment. : FOR RENT $850 per mth, $500 security
furnished Conds iniGne: 5648, 341-0822, . leave| Phone 326-7477, or 322-4205 | Please phone 455-7927 after | Available Dec ist. large. -1} deposit, 1st and last required.
Seabeach Estates, water | â„¢essage- 7-BEDROOM APT Carib Road, 4:30pm. ; . : Bedroom bath fener apt.| Water, light, cable, w/internet,
included, One year lease | TWO BEDROOM APT for rent} furnished and A/C weekly or]. Cable Beach, Sandyport: aitachad 1o pivate homie, Wally pls oriesal) Couples
. ; ara Biel in closet, a/c, b/bars, water and}. preferred. 361-2742/394-4422. .
required. Serious enquiries | in Yamacaw Shores. Water and} Monthly. Rental. $600 per} 2 Bed 2? bath Townhouse. cable. included: Phone and}: :
only. $1595 per month. 326-] light included. $800 monthly] Month. Adults only. Phone 393- | Furnished. Canalfront. Dock. - internet. ready. $750.00. per| 2-BEDROOM, 1 1/2. BATH
3700, or 327-6899. $300 see dep. Call Mrs Gibson, | 9936, 9am-5pm $4,800 p/m. Call-Gavin @ y- z p di

etme aerate eames ease : month. Ph: 364-5827. .- APT, fridge, ‘ stove; washer,
TWO 1-BED, 1-BAH APT | 364-3241. T-BEDROOM APT in” ihe | Knowles Realty 327-5237 dryer, micro, bars; central A/C,




























































































a ee eee gg RE - zi nae For Rent roe
ONE 1-BED, 1-BATH APT | THE NAIL PARLOR is seeking: | Grove. $550, unfurnished. Tel] CABLE BEACH. Fabulous| Elegant 2 bed 2 bath| e220 Per month, first, last. and
+e : : th j
NEWLY RENOVATED. 2 Beauticians 357-0547 Ground Floor Ocean Front One} Geen eee oom at! $500 sec; 341-4701 after 5pm.
PALM TREE AVE, COCONUT J 2 qualified Nail Technicians con tunieied bee











4-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY. | 2€¢ One bath apartment for} Twynam East near beach. CABLE BEACH. | oceanfront
Contact Mr Rolle, 328-4646 rent. Fully equipped Kitchen,| Features 1200sq ft living area,| apartment. in _ immaculate

—__ | Living/Dining Room, Nice Large} large private yard, a/ ti “bed:
T-BEDROOM fully fumished| Bahama room Patio _ontol cable, 1098 pm” 1 Prone| condition. | 2 Ded, | pan.

apt. Leeward. East. Incl: all} Sandy Beach with Palm Trees} Available Dec 15.° i
appliances, -_- Water, | and. Breathtaking Ocean] 394-9066 poles CEE Ee él in Peer:
included $650 per month| equipped, AC, TV, Internet, Master (diver, tank of: gas, al sew Contral alt ant colle For Rent. setting No children, no pets
Cowpen Road. Call Mrs Ola| parking, laundry and pool. }:ceiling ‘fan, ‘fenced-in and: );fans._ $18,000. . Call Fornent ‘| allowed. $2,200 per month. Tel
Rolle, 392-7786, 341-4926. Pacated in Blair area, Pl and cable. ready.:$850/pm. Tel 364- | 3278624 for appointment to} One bedroom furnished: “Apt, 927-5824. ein eens ;
= ___—___________| Down town are very accessible | 0006 & 5028131. View. water included. Farmington Rd} ——
BAHAMA SOUND, EXUMA, 3 Ine Y Bocessinie | | | First last and $550.00 security| 2BED, 1-BATH furnished
bedroom House. 392-6295. $250 weekly inc EASTERN AREA, 1 BED _ | 2-BEDROOM, 2-BATHROOM) 4.7051 $550.00 per month| Duplex ‘apartment, located in’
| Call: 565-7283, of 8941711. | UNFURN APT. $550. CABLE, | semi-furnished apartment] 52> 1988°393-0270° hake Shin Wastern" District
. SANDYPORT — 2 bed, 2 1/2 BEAUTIFUL 2 bed 1 bain TEL, BARS: AVAILABLE. Twynam near. beach. Feature fas p th q ted ntral’.
bath, End Unit Town house with | & 2 bed, 1 bath 324-4262. large, spacious living area and| FOR RENT - Stapledon| Ajo. very clean. $900.

dock sie: iy furnished, eugleabt areal arene are LIVEIN TMAID GGG CANCE private. yard, very _nice.| Gardens.Bethel > Ave montis: 12 ord fast BBCunIY:

4500/pm. Call 393-3244, 425- : : - neeae! us! i : - ; ish As 3 eee es
oe (2) 3 5: furnished, central. air, fridge, | have driver's licence preferably Available Dec 30 Tel 324-9066. Cees Soe fa Tel 424-2843, 327-3142.

stove, washer, dryer, water, | own a car. To also care for 12| CARMICHAEL BREEZES 2-| Wtllity room, edna AG. FOR RENT So

UNFURNISHED two bedroom | $900 per month sec dep. 1st & | year old child. Call 423-7754. | bed Apt enclosed yard with| A/C:Water included, $850.00.) =
Apt, A/C and burglar screens, | last month required. Phone Mrs ¥ inkakeoi central alt/celing fan,| Phone #356-3847." <> 2 bedrootyy Per ngresio ot

$650 a month, Stapleton} Johnson, 364-1394. PART _TIME PRE-SCHOOL fridge, stove, water, $800/mth, FOR RENT strings attached. Split level

Gardens, Bethel Ave. Phone | ———~———~.-—______ | WORKER Must be a Christain] first and last’ month. Ready] 2 -bedroom/1__. bathroom i
364-3535. SPACIOUS . 2-BED, 1-BATH | only serious inquires. apartment Malcolm Road off SeaeeuS. s atig fie: Haus

Dec 25.

APT. - Central location, . off} Call 362--1562, 361-6685. “ i L

SPACIOUS - Must see. 1-bed|| Village Road, fully furnished] —|__191 961-2446 926-6848, East Street South, scabies And! only: a2 65ean
2-BED T BATH. TILE, AIC 2 Bedroom 1 Bath ee one, ready. VOMpIelenew,

1-bath off Faith AVe. full size] washer and dryer, $1500/month , aNd ieee AT Naive
fridge, stove, central, A/C, Sec] Tel 557-4554, or 393-2593. Newly renovated condo for rent | Pathroom:.. $600 per month} PEARL ISLAND IS: LOOKING -
: $550.00 PER MONTH noatebenen & downtown. 24-| Water included Telephone 242-| FOR ISLAND OPERATIONS

PHONE 920-7016 SAMLEEM: | CAL NOW 8048794 =
SEN SERA EN aero BAHMAMS VISTORS!
UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath,} Cosy one bed apt for rent by
kitchen, living room, dining} the week, located in private
room, burglar bars, A/C, water] grounds, fully ~ furnished and



























phone









































































bar, c/fan, utility room. Tel 341- | —————__ °
7760, 456-6208 APARTMENT FOR RENT! $200.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT | hour security, pool & parking | 941-0781. MANAGER Requirements:
COWPEN ROAD - 2 bedrooms,| 3640411 (5:00-8:00) _| space. Fully furnished with new | TOBEDROOM APT parily| Leader skills, | computer

Apartment For Rent nae ath, living, dining and GOLLEGEIGARDENS => hair appl, incl. dishwasher, linens, |-unfurnished: water - inclduded, es ge, KNO! ‘en in

Emmanuel Way off St Vincent] kitchen, air condition, ceiling 2 bed, | nots, dishes & quality furniture. | enclosed yard, $600 — per maintenance, _ experience” in.

Road. 4 2-Bed 2-Bath Central} fans, washer, dryer and water} 1 bath apartment, $650, living, | Water iretuded Laundry in | monthl, Tel 341-8808 hospitality industry. Please fax

AIC, ceiling fans, Tiles, B/Bars} included. Enclosed —_yard,| dining room, A/C, includes} pidg” Perfect for Ex-pat. -Just : : resume to 242-324-7540, or e-

water included $850.00/pm 1st} security bars, securtiy deposit} water, 1st, last and sec dep. | bring clothes. No smokers/no |2-BED, 1-BATH Carmichael | Mail”

and last plus $600.00 $500, first and_last_ months} Phone 557-0964, 556-8491, Or! nets/no kids. $1800 per month. |Road.. Spacious, secured yard. | Safaritoursbahamas@yahoo.co

Tele: 457-0138 or 557-9048 | $800 per month. Tel 361-7009. | 324-4105 evenings. Call 328-4412, "| Tel 61-4253. “fm '


















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HOUSEKEEPER needed











MAINTENANCE PERSON | PEARL ISLAND iS LOOKING | SECRETARY/TYPIST BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY
perform general housekeeping | needed for apartment complex.|FOR ITALIEN SPEAKING] Professional Office has an AGENCY ASSISTANT STORE
duties and cook. Must be| Please send resume to PO Box} GUIDE 1 TIME A~ WEEK.| immediate opening for a|NEEDS: MANAGER
pleasant-and mature. Must be | N4534, Nassau. | Please fax resume to: 242-324-| Secretary/Typist. The ideal RETIRED TEACHER The preferred candidates must
able to drive. references and 7540. E-mail? | candidate must possess | CHRISTIAN WHO CAN WORK} ‘have at least three years




health. certificate “required.
Weekly work (6 days) full. time
position for the right peson.
326-2080/ 436-4517/324-2505.

HOUSEKEEPER to. work 9-5, |.
Mon-Fri, 1/2-day Sat. Salary |
$175.00. 394-8144.

INTERN NEEDED .
Small, busy. and diverse
company needs you! Duties
include, but not limited to, filing,
typing, and some . accounting
functions.. The- ideal candidate
must be responsible, © self-

exceptional telephone etiquette, | WITHOUT SUPERVISION, | experience in hardware
LOVES CHILREN, | industry, excellent customer
TEACHABLE, HONEST, | service skills and _ integrity,
RELIABLE, WILLING TOFhighly motivated and result

WORK 4-5 HOURS'PER DAY. | driven.













MANAGERIAL POSITIONS | Safaritoursbahamas@yahoo.co
OPEN for new night club.|â„¢. goad auaice ability to wor
Persons must submit resumes | ———-———______________| independently or as team; wit
to: PO Box N128, along with 2] PEARL ISLAND IS LOOKING | a minimum type writing skilis of
! FOR SNORKEL GUIDES,|50 wom: and about thr
passport photos. wpm; and about three year ; ;
pause es | STINGRAY. - GUIDES, | office experience w/excellent The successful applicant will be
Marine Mechanic Helpers: | BARTENDER communications and computer MALE ADMINISTATIVE able to. effectively supervise
High School Graduate with} REQUIREMENTS: OUTGOING | skills: and be proficient in use ASSISTANT . sales personnel and allocate
driver's license. Must be| PERSONALITY, WORKED IN| of Windows XP or 2000}/25YRS +. MUST BE appropriate job task, train and
motivated, energetic and willing | JHIS FIELD AT LEAST FOR 2 | environment; particularly | COMPUTER LIT, WITH QUICK | maintain standards of
to. learn: Training - provided: YEARS. PLEASE COME TO} w/software such as M.S. Word, | BOOKS. TO FOLLOW UP & performance.
Some mechanical skills would] BAY... SHORE MARINA} Excel and Quickbooks. KEEP TRACK OF ALL PO'S &
be a plus. Positive attitude is aj TUESDAY & FRIDAY AT 7AM|Bahamians. and/or any | RETRIEVING INVOICES, | Personal Qualities
must. Apply resume to: TO _GET APPLICATION ASK Nationality are invited to apply. | PREPARE ALL | -Strong organizational,
Harbourside Marine, Fax 394- FOR SAMANTHA Please fax resume to 394-}| CORRESPONDENCE, communication and






































5 - 3885, 394*7659 4458, or e-mail: |] FAXING DOCUMENTS, | interpersonal skills
Molva, pleasant abe d PLEASANT llehteb @coralwave.com. CHECKING: EMAILS, HOURLY | «Detail-orientated and self-
Miesct Ofc and” some | NAIL TECH Taaded 1 “eri| oo ON | SALE BACK MESSAGES FOR |motvaigg
college education preferred.| Booth in a professional nail with Ms Office and Ms Excel. sore a TE ae ETE ue DRE eee usiasm, postive, attitude

person for full-time position in retail | SERVICES MAINTENANCE | and have ability to anticipate

store. Must. be honest, reliable,
. | flexible. and work well with others: REPORT , ETC. the customer needs

Please call 326-8678 for further ‘Honest and ethical beyond

Fax your resume and cover] Salon. High traffic. area. 392-

Serious enquires only.
letter’ to: 327-0023... by | 4302 a Y

Tel 393-1126.


















December 8, 2006, or e-mail to: | —————_____
re eS 2 j information. MUST HAVE . TWO(2) | reproach
hvalksinson@ toyscom MGT IEy MG. See 2 PRESCHOOL TEACHER eee WRITTEN , REFERENCES | Starting salary wi be
i direct rep. Call 341-8173. TI SMALL FAMILY ISLAND MPA EMPLOYERS, | commensurate with relevant
OUT NAN i Coen eer ee Be OHIO UHOUSE| RESTAURANT seeks young| VALID POLICE RECORD: | qualifications and experiones
qualifications, 10’ years| © OFFICE ASSISTANT APPLICATIONS FROM Chef _ with International | ONE (1) PASSPORT PHOTO Please apply to:
experience in foreman’ and|Small, busy and diverse | QUALIFIED AND | €Xperience, specializing in} AND YOUR RESUME, WHEN ] Recruitment Office, PO Box
i 5 ti jf ; 1 Italian. and French Cuisine. } YOU HAVE ALL OF THESE | SS-6330
supervisory . positions in | company urgently needs you! | EXPERIENCED TEACHERS C
residential, commercial and Duties include, but not limited] FOR. JANUARY, 2007.| Please _ apply to: PO Box} ITEMS Nassau, Bahamas.
industrial © environments; | to, receptionist, filing, typing, |] CANDIDATES SHOULD | 29924, Eleuthera, Bahamas. :
S.S.G.D. and college | banking and some accounting] POSSESS. APPROPRIATE| THE Ss GETAWAY | PLEASE FAX ALL | NEEDED j
“certificates required; must hold | functions. Basic computer skills | ACADEMIC AND TEACHING | RESTAURANT &LOUNGE | DOCUMENTS Ne acres Caregiver needed to babysit
inter-provincial, Federal | necessary. The ideal candidate | QUALIFICATIONS AND HAVE | Looking for (242)341-5287 OR E- Jyoung child. Light
Government Red __ Seal;} will be responsible, _self-| A MINIMUM OF. TWO YEARS | 1 Cook ivyconti@coralwave.com. housekeeping required. Please
extensive experience in motor | motivated; pleasant = and | RELEVANT EXPERIENCE 4 Cook Helper —__________________} provide reference. Phone 364-
controls, electrical code, power | Outgoing. Fax. (356-6135) your : : 1 Bar Maid . BEAUTICIAN NEEDED 3988 or 422-0697.
transmission and all high and} resumé and cover letter by] PLEASE SEND BY E-MAIL Call 341-8688 URGENTLY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY





50% COMMISSION

< is looking for a skilled plumber
TELEPHONE 326-6138. for full- time employment.

Individual must be able to work
from blue prints. Please call
328-4467, to arrange an
interview.

COOK needed to work in a new
restaurant opening in San

November 30, 2006.




low voltage applications r YOUR LETTER’ OF | ———______
needed: heavy duty pump APPLICATION AND |VISION OF BEAUTY has
maintenance experience a plus. | | |WE-IN NANNY AND. |CURRENT RESUME WITH] vacancies for = 2 _ Nail
Qualified applicants call : REFERENCES -- TO: MRS | Technicians. Please contact
422-4026. HOUSEKEEPER KARA NOTTAGE, Katie Roberts, 328-1906.
~——_——___—__________| “needed to take care of one| DIRECTOR THE LITTLE]WANTED.
One Bedrm Apt, fully furn. All i rent! 5 u

ithnes cing. Poth, Beach child and parent's household. | SCHOOLHOUSE, NASSAU, Housekeeper needed to cook

Must ‘drive and have driver's} THE BAHAMAS, . i
$600.p/m ist & last + $400. | licence. Must ‘be willing. and karanotage @hotmail.com Face a tle Wine ie










































sec. ph. 324-0546 able to travel in small boats and child. Monday to Friday. 13 Salvador. Applicant must be
ONE HANDYMAN LABOUR. LABOUR: | Planes to remote family island) SALES PERSON needed to noon. 8pm. Please apply in willing to relocate, Minimum 2

work in. a men's-clothing store.
Persons must be friendly and
able to make sales.

Tel 328-3998 or 326-4087.

SALES PERSON small
advertising firm seeking an
energetic person. Good oral
and written communication,
team player knowledge of
computer (a plus). Must have
own transportation. Base salary
& commission. Fax resume @

years experience. Serious
applicants. only need apply.
Contact Beverley at Phone
464-9221, or 242-331-2282.

ER. Salary $175 per week. and. spend time in Nassau.

Must be “able to travel regularly.
Solar Saat par WEEk needed. ‘including overseas. Must not be

AF eo married and without dependent
eee Ga children. Will need to work most
Live-In-Maid to work for private | holidays. oe
residence. _ General — tasks | Must be willing to put in long
include — cleaning, - laundry, | hours when necessary and be
cooking and serving. flexible about . schedule and

“ duties: 326-2428: :

writing with 2 references to:
P.O.Box CB-12673, Nassau,
Bahanas.

WANTED: Experienced water
delivery drivers. Must have a
minimum: of three years
experience either as water
delivery driver or route truck
driver. Foodstore delivery
experiences a plus. Salary will
be base plus commission.
Approximately $24,000 to











COOK needed to work in a new
restaurant opening in San
Salvador. Applicant must be
willing to relocate. Min 2 years
SER experience. Serious . applicants
BUDDY RAY only need apply. Contact
Looking for a native show band | Beverly. Phone 464-9221 or
- steel drums fire dancer, | 242-331-2282.

limbo, calypso SONGS) ease lac =o Rae
junkanoo, rank and scrape, and EST SBLISTED ee
USA - island music. If | do ore Seen a xD! ate
rock and roll original it is mix | fefrigeration and air ein ition
with island. lyrics love songs ep ae see Can wit eae
original mix with island music} ™olmum = — ort y






























Live-In-Janitor to take care of,

private Estate.. Must. have | LIVE-IN. HOUSEKEEPER
experience wanted for Old Fort Bay ¢
in general maintenance} residence. Must be able to cook} 923-0231. $26,000 per annum. Pls submit
and gardening. and drive. Dial 327-1519 and PART TIME resumes to PO Box EE-15825.

leave fame and number: ADMINISTRATIVE - |WE ARE LOOKING for i100
RSE nico ASSISTANT proficient in people who are serious about-
MAte a Satataiilr ane eis . English engtees Microsoft. | becoming home owners. Don't
S . ; z
ages of 20-25. ©} Word, Excel and web search | procrastinate. Call 535-5767 and raggae mix with island | experience. Contact 357-7399.

i = w!! ; c eG ReES eM eS
Tel 326-1106. ane sina Pax resume eo RON SS lyrics. We are good for a variety EXPERIENCED LIVE-IN MAID
— oe] ccrhelowanted@yahoo.com 2 FARMERS needed/for farm |-of music with island lyric. Hotels | heeded to do housework and
ern AGENCY. seeks to employ pwan y Y Out Island, $125 per week. like “Atlantis, Breezer, ‘Nassau, watch a child. 6 days. Salary
SECRETARY/ persons with the following basic SCREEN PRINTER NEEDED] Contact:Mr Ferguson, 1-242- | Beach, Radisson, Sandals, $150. :
RECEPTIONIST requirements. Must possess] Te] 325-3567/326-2344, or Fax _ 344-3205 after 5pm. Lyford Cay Club and. Out of Call 426-9660, leave message
, eat goed organizational —_ and] resume to 356-2008. js Bahamas or 395-0428.
pire cardubeeed | Communication skills and must] YOUNG MAN needed to work |Contact USA Islund Music, ! °° 995-24¢°
requires know how to operate Microsoft] OPPORTUNITY for a young |at Conch Stand. Tel 394-2254. | Bahamas. Phone 322-3378. EXPERIENCED Waitresses
is °c Office applications, especially] ambitious, hardworking and; - needed for restau
fae Excel. Must be high school] self-motivated attorney with 3 to] AUTO. PAINTER Fax resume to: 325-0588, or
graduate having Ppassed| 5 years experience, interested} exnerience . Tel 362-6049 call 325-4300
1{ BGCSE = English and = Math} in building a first class practice ' cee
j and/or finished some college.| with senior attorney. Ail HEAV\ MAR
resume to:Attn:| enquiries .. kept confidential. po | FOUNDATIONS, Lb
ement, PO Send resume and reference via CHINESE COOKS needed.} hiring an Auger Pile
h NP } fo: PO -Box} Piease fax resi

















Must be able to travel on short
notice. Bahamians only need to
apply. Please fax your resume
with current police record . to
362-5871























































































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CASHIER NEEDED FOR LEARN TO FLY

ister NOW for Feb, 2007
ME RRC ERE ee Mature Lady seeks weekly| 38-YEAR OLD LADY seck/3 BEDROOM FURNISHED] "°2'S'e" NOM lor
PERSON. CONTACT work as baby sitter, | baby sitter job. Call Ms Smith} HOUSE, _utilities--included @ Tel: 535-2480, 535-2484
427-4457, OR 341-0986 housekeeper/maid. Call. 394-} @ 525-8033. $110. per week. Tel 393-8201, | ”
A ? - Get RID of 3792 ask for Rosemary. -- 456-1592. _

Sata a | PEL 28-0977, 636-8400. | fj
Stinging Bees. MATURE WOMAN seeks job ROOM MATE WANTED
- to care es secon or elderly, |*PRIVATE | . COUNSELING.| — to share two -bedroom
‘ 2 -| evening Spm until. _ | SERVICE- FOR. BROKEN house in Fox Hill,
Call for price, 393-3939 | Te\ 525-0836, 361-8468. ___| RELATIONSHIPS semi- furnished with A/C,
wanted for upscale resort on} CHOICE PAINTERS

island of Eleuthera. PRE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL | ALY, Soci Oey io or, | SAIOIROUSEKEEPER - canine, $435 ont Are
Fesponeibiites wil leclude é saringiat fee Oe? Mondays - Fridays. Call 328- and last required and $100
eapariences pe-crainatind’ ties Available. 4065 ask for Naomi. *NEED YOUR. HOUSES/APT | Security deposit required,
around the island, directing] Tel: 636-4421, 392-1194. | Lapy-scexe dave wok io do| CLEAN female preffered, must be
taff to handl est needs ironi et light ; working and quite,

s io handie gu . ironing and light house work.l*sTOP THAT CHEATING

~ some management of nightly} —————————_—_——_ — Fri : no kids, no pets. : LEARN TO PLAY SQUASH
dining experience. Previous Het hsetapraeea HUSBAND/WIFE Contact 324-8538. ‘

2 SEMI SKILLED Electricans
needed urgently with tools call
364-4557

GUEST SERVICE DIRECTOR






















































hotel experience not necessary WITH LESSONS. ies
but must be outgoing & LADY seeks job as baby sitter, | Grmice SECURITY Oe Bate ...BY BRADLEY WEECH
kl ar nm WEA See wid b tise Keener. vale: $375 pet month Pantale only.

pe ity. 0033 ask for Rosema * 5 A :

tiinglaccommodatons may bel| 0033 ask for Rosemary —_| *PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS Phone 394-2234. SEU AST EHOEESSIONAL
considered for right individual | |- : : LADY seeks weekly job as], 5s SINGLE FEMALE no children| ‘SQUASH LESSONS

willing to relocate. Email 3 housekeeper/maid. ALSO SE Roa Gee AND fo. share 2 bed Apt, $500| ‘JUNIOR DEVELOPING
resume to: ae WILLING TO DAY WORK monthly all utilities included. PROGRAMMES .
sme@coralwave.com. y a Ra OAT org > *CHEUEFEUR; ESCORT | 324-5842, Yamacraw Beach| ‘SQUASH CLINICS

CAREER OPPORTUNITY eee aoe SERVIECS . Shores. SQUASH ACE AREL

AVAILABLE in luxury goods

including fine jewelry Exclusive} COLLIE CONSTRUCTION CO
Paradise Island Store. Must be} Government Approved Builder -




EQUIPMENT & STRINGING.

LADY seeks weekly job as TEL 242-323-7797

SINGLE, MATURE LADY to
housekeeper/maid. Also willing

“DONATE CASH CLOTHING ‘rent furnished room in private





























OR FOOD TO THE LESS ;
k fi M = < : 5
mature, 20 youre or ee with integrity saa. WOR HO londay FORTUNATE : home. . SeOO ne $200 sec
sparkling personality, willing to Call 392-5404 “ s oe
learn, dedicated, ‘high school - - Call 394-8605/ 426-3958. Phone 322-4275. _




*NEED HOUSE APARTMENT

graduate, honest, punctural PAINTED? CALL US.

good company benefits. Fax
resume to 363-1317.



LADY seeks weekly job as WANTS TO SHARE
housekeepers/Maid to - take

*DEPRESS CONFUSED OR|2 Bed, 2 1/2 Bath, furn OVER 1/2 MILLIONS. IN
gare, of the elderly. Contact miSCOURAGE | townhouse, Cable _ Beach, SALES EACH YEAR
TEL 328-0977, 636-8400 utilities not included, $500 BODY PIERCING TATTOOS

Tadu asake oak werk. |} monthly. Professional female:

Lady seeks weekly work as EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE jonthly. i COMES COMPLETE
, 25 yrs and older.

house keeper or to take care of young lady — willing to work y'

elderly or disabled person. Also | seeks job as live in maid to look Cal BO e228 nor S27 S8S
we tsan do days work. Call after kids or elderly’ person] WANTS TO SHARE A FURN
Sosa eae Ok sll ae oR interested person. Please call} 9-ped Apt, single, Christian lady
LICENSED SECURITY _|941-5067.. 19-30 preferred! $400/pm, $900
FOR HIRE EXPERIENCED. RELIABLE. | {0 Movie in. f

454-7304 EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE,

i HARDWORKING YOUNG
LOOKING FOR Any. partime LADY willing to work, seeking
job from’ 5pm 8am, e.g

job as live-in maid to look after
Ta cooking, baby sitting or etc Tel: Rigs Or elaerly persons:
Visions of Beauty, 455-2822



BUSINESS FOR SALE






























TURN KEY.
SERIOUS PERSON ONLY
NEED CALL. 327-2723.








F & S BLINDS REPAIRS,
BLINDS SHADES & DRAPES
TEL 394-4069, 565-3159
SALES AND INSTALLATION

CONTRACTORS &
PRIVATE BUILDERS
Call: KT Trucking for all your
hauling needs. Great prices Tel

324-3141, or 424-9477









VISIONS OF BEAUTY
Is your hair natural and you’re
not sure whattodo?
Call Tammy, 328-1906



BIG PATIO SALE
Lots of Bargains, Xmas
decorations, clothing and muct
more. Saturday, December 2
2006 beginning at 6am-1pm or



















Interested persons: can contact











FOR ALL YOUR VIEWSAT, Mt Royal Plaza OE se [941-5067 (him). ee ane Monastery
Pansat Satellite Installation and *Twist-Locks:Treatments, MATURE LADY seek days Hardworkinareliapie BE CST a a es es
Programming. 18" Satellite -Facial/Leg Waxing. work from Monday-Saturday | ardadworkingGreliable FRIDAY, DECEMBER _{st,
Dishes available. also willing to do weekly job as] gentleman seeks job in the 1pm-5pm,° & Saturday, 7am-
Phone 324-5467, or 636-3916. a baby sitter, ‘Bahamas in the construction 5pm. Soldier Road, 3 houses

maid/housekeeper. field. Specializing in all aspects }:
Call 324-5210. of tile - installation including
colamic ane ate
: MATURE LADY seek. ‘days | Email juan_ msn.com
HONEST YOUNG = LADY | work from Monday-Saturday.
seeking days work. Also willing to do weekly job as
Tel 525-5360. a - babysitter, .- maid/house

HAVE YOU ALWAYS
Wanted to fly an airplane?
Well now that dream can
become a reality.
Obtain you FAA Pilot's License
tight here in the Bahamas.

west of Family Budget car lot,
| green house trimmed wit
white. ‘Items include clothing.
luggage and misc.
Phone 36173359.

PATIO SALE - Multi Family


















Hardworking, Reliable
Gentleman seeks job in the
Bahamas in the construction




























HONESTY. RELIABLE | k . Call 324-5210. Saturday, December 2, 2006
GHISTIAN’ LADY acai 6 a _| field Specializing in all aspects NAILS IN MOTION #42 Tower Estates Dr
as a live-in maid or baby sitter. MATURE LADY seeking job | Of tile installation including 7am = 11am




care for the elderly/baby sittting | cetamic and —_marble.Email
days. weekly job. Call Mrs.| juan_b63@msn.com
Cargill, 565-8894.

Furniture, household and
Comant.323-9979: kitchen items, electronics,

plants, clothes, shoes, baby













Specializing in: Total Hair Care,

FGELVESIGLTED AND IWELT easy flowing weaving, high tech
: treatments for - extremel i : :

motivated interior decorator.|damage hair, — latest. eeu Heine 4Oys, Pooks afc nuch



LADY seeks days work on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and
































: aes } Saturdays. Includes cooking,] MATURE LADY with driver's} Specializing in ceiling designs, | weaving bond caps, wraps hod i
Offering PC Simulation and | cleaning & washing. © From] licence and a her owner car Spanish, panish Ri” sand cuts, highlights, colats. Comn|. Also: Brand new een
ate Training 10:30-5:30pm - on__ Saturdays | Phone 393-2667, 434-2756. finish; ‘|and get pampered today! “All } —————__________
aieunt cae 10am-5pm. Can _-be} —___________________ Also can do walls. Iceland, half} you need is one _ strand" PATIO SALE
Space is limited to at udents |Cecommended by previous} CHRISTIAN LADY seeking Job | cut moon. Located East St South upstairs|_ SAT, DEC 2, 2006
: ive-infive-out Maid. ; te Ohi z
for the ground school. employer: Se ee COOOL Ar ea eieay care. At a very affordable price. | from Sammy's Chicken! 6AM-19AM









Call 394-8275, between 6pm-
10pm, or 394-1942 ask for
Terry. .

HONEST YOUNG - LADY

Holy Cross. Church,’ Highbury
Park, household items, womer .
plus. sizes. children's . clothing
and furniture. :

Register now to ensure
your seat.

Call 357-7346(cl), 393-
8169(hm)

328-8480.
ENERGETIC FEMALE seeks
position in Customer Service
field or Reception work. 6+

LADY seeks days work on

Tuesdays, Thursdays, and

Saturdays. Includes cooking, : OrK.

cleaning, washing and ironing. } years in customer service field | seeking days work. FOR SALE

10:30 go300m: é Saturdays} and customer complaints na Tel 425-9740. Nail Technician - Tables, al
am-5pm. an ” be} Supervisory position computer | —————_____________ intro Computer, Spanish black $250ea

recommended _b revious| literate and knowledge of point} HONEST YOUNG _ LADY Hel OP ; é

employer. Call 304-8605, or| of sale system. seeking days work or baby French and swimming A Rolle. | Massage bed for sale $500

for further details.

WINDOW CLEANING
Call Executive Window
Cleaners. Ask for Justin, -









LITTLE ONE CHRISTIAN .
ACADEMY


















iS = iti tf Tel 361-0993. Contact 361-5824 for further
359: ae or Calsoe 1069. 426-3958. eo IE 323-6942/456-0832. sitting. Tel 425-8533. Bus Seivice available. details. ae
avis aay 5c veivanae { i Veo IS ORUISE co’ | nee oh ta sod iio!) Zok t wiIGs Pesong HA SiAomonNGeo JAsiisoxe fi SSE ie
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BRAND NEW FRENCH DOOR




























: FOR SALE PAYLESS TODAY TO SNDAY EW FRENCH | FOR SALE 2 NEW STYLING CHAIRS
Deal of a life time Refrigerator | - ITEMS FOR SALE Computer complete __ with | 3ft x 6ft x 7in. (3 x 6'x 7")_ only | 16-speed hydraulic floor model FOR SALE $300 EA.
$400 Tony Little's- Gazelle Freestyle Ce Me ae $180. drill press $250 at TEL 426-2243/326-6138.

: } ae y~ 1 Compu a lew Copeland refrigeration} ———_—_—__________

Misiowave $60 Oe New 40 gal elec water heater] 1 Dining room set, 5-seater, compressor$100 | 7FT__WOODEN — CABINET
Must see to appreciate Contact : ; $32! beautifully crafted iron & wood. | File Drawer on wheels $20 WHITE FORMICA, CAN BE
Bedroom set $475 - | Only $200 Tel 294-6369, or 393-5259. USE AS ENTERTAINMENT

242-325-8034-day, 361-7573 | Body By Jake- Ab Scissor-
evenings. $350.00- nego.

THE CRISIS CENTRE Lepoard Medium - Carpet-
$75.00 -

Bureau 9 drawers $225
Bureau 6 drawers $175
Chest 5 drawers $150
Gas Dryer.new $499

‘CENTER. R
FOR SALE Cc Ol SHELVING

200. Phone 324- E
Baby Crib with Mattress : Suey
(practically new) $125; FOR SALE
Standard crib mattress only |Brand new dryer (Roper by
(like new) $30; HP Deskjet |Whirlpool) $250
printer $45; Tan entertainment Center @




Tel 394-6369 or 393-5259.

Brand New Maytag Over the

range Microwave $250 (still in
eee es B20 box, ordered wrong size, MUST

Washer dryer Stack $499 SELL!) and






















is having a patio sale on
December 2nd, 2006 on
Carmichael Road at the Large Black & Tan Shaggy









roperty opposite Golden 90.0 i:
ope oo Church, . heg.? Cable TV all size $99 fae ee oe: ae aed alee ae Sank entertainment Center @
between 6am to 12 pm. Queen Bed w/ matching mirror nf Bless Ni ing. Set ea Three Brand New 68x64|Motorola rokr phone with |$300
Come support us! and dresser- $650.00- nego. Full Tatoos cet $200 White Faux Wood Estate | accessories $200. Contact 328-5822
Tel 328-0922. éi i ; for| Single mattress set $150 Blinds $50 each (still in box). | All prices negotiable call
FORSALE TA a aoe ae cas 351 for | Sofa bed WQueen $350 Contact 328-4412. - 565-9701 for more information. BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN

Hardwood ie 4 chairs $400 z Nodic Track elec Exercise $299 BRAND NEW VIEWSAT FOR SALE CABINET & APPLIANCES
Queen Bed $250 ITEMS FOR SALE Proform elec tread mill $250 | Bansat satellite _ Receivers | Brand new Dora Television & For Sale



3 outdoor decorating ligth $150

son Maternity Pants Suit(Silk)- $30 | Manual Tread Mill $175

Maternity pants & blouse- $5

$325. We also sell 18", 30"| DVD player $250

\ ice!
Exercise Bike $99 satellite dishes. New Baby stroller $70 ono Good deal! Low Price!














































2 seater sofa $200 Elec Wheel chair @\ $250 z : : : Call: 422-5606 / 324-6187
: Jeffrey 426-6838 Ladies Skirt suits and sets(Size | APt Fridge Fridge $299 Phone 324-5467, or 636-3916. ray supple: piesa ots ae Ready to install
= 8,12,XL)- $7-$25 Family ridge $299 ESTATE Sse each E-mail for pictures tc:

FOR SALE eax : : Family Stove 208. EASTERN RD Jewerly necklace and earning} |_kitchenpics@hotmail.com

eee Ginpieeie -S=e(eoyaGii New Sal eet cco ee CMe one Scat cae BRAND NEW Chair sip
: Dec 9th onl covers
oe table and end tables] Stroller- $30 Tel 362-6040 rue eee heres New boys starting at $3 Mattress Pads $15
Bar Stools $100 Walker- $15 All Wood Furniture for Sale ec Phone 324-0778 Throw pillows $6 :
Green area rug $50 cecal Breastpump- 2 Stanley Units. $350 each 2 Living rooms, Desks, P ool Snorkeling Gear top brand, like
Contact;: 364-0294 after 6pm, 1 Stanley Glass Top Coffee- aoe ue Ban i calorel: new $29 per set
or leave a message Baby girl sweaters $5 Table 40X40” $250 2 Dining rooms, Breakfronts print protessiona' Candles & other — small
9 Other baby items Ring 324-1274 E-mail all inquiries to: attractive report cards for | household appliances &

bahamabonney@aol.com your students with our decorative items $4-$10













Night wane oo Call'356-5151 software, "Pupil". Wall pictures $5-$35
Night stand $50 ~. SALE! SALE!SALE! _ SALE! SALE! ITEMS FOR SALE. Price $450. 00. Ladies Purses $15

Sofa & Love seat $350 Little girls’ clothing (used), |eommanent make-up ~ || Estate Sale continued this] . Call 436-6822. Phone 393-6724
Dinette $199 everything $5 and under. Friday and Saturday. Items |—— Eo Sale Brands New WETSUIT FOR SALE.

have been marked down by at

All wood china closet almost Sizes 2T to 6, least 50%. All items must go.

40 pc Tool Set $20 TWO_ PIECE, FULL BODY,















































brand new excellent condition | Everything is going fast so call S d pl

: Naval Piercin ony car cd player $130 WETZ WETSUIT. ONLY USED
e100 il $198 now, 565-9701, for. more IIE ve row: $60 : se 0: es mene otis relused: Kenwood car cd player $130 TWICE. $70 O.B.O.
Tas rill $ ere details. 3 d : Bk Grills $500 cupboards, tables “chairs, Pioneer 10” .Subwooper 600 CALL CHARLIE AT 393-4852.
Only serious inquiries please : FOR SALE ville: wine eg mattan | Pioneer 10” Subwooper 800
Phone 393-5961 White bamboo.-sleeper sofa $75 i Mire cartier Dante cna | well $125 ea
=F FOR GALE FOR SALE $350 and matching chair $150. Tel 394-8144 ‘ lamps "View items in| Brother Fax Machine $140
USED. 4 “BURNER GAs Cound Palio table with 4 nate, Aiokender Street Palmdale | Panasonic Fax Machine $140
STOVE IN’. Goop| $120. , SALON SUPPLIES | (Girectly_ behind’ Beverage | Playstation 2 $220
CONDITION, $150. PHONE File cabinet - perfect for under Nail Table & Lamp $80 Depot ve Rosetta Street). a * | Motorola Razor $265 ;
32-8642. gdek $150 Nail Dryer $35 further information call. Mark | Motorola v60 $95 G a A iN D

: Antique blue floral sofa $400, 2} Wax heater $20 Bay A600. nen gam to Som | Bagless vac $165
POLE FOR WALKIE TALKIE. | Matching arm chairs solid blue | Towel heater $50 both days! P Pâ„¢ | Color Copier $75
ONL “4 Tel: Coleby, 477-6184




Salon lighting for hair coloring
0

$4
_ PHONE Ye 350 TDMA Phone instrument $100 $8 : et
: Duckless Unit $900(new) FOR SALE FOR SALE

302-4641




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ITEM FOR SALE | 1 | ighting fixtures $200 Over 150 vinyl albums for sale,) Cash Register $195
4 Power Bike $100.” "HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC” eee $1 each or $100 for all. Rock,| Geiling Fans $35 ea
324-8560 324-6409 SSGAL GED Fl 364-7651 Pop, Club, R&B, New Wave, | Track lightings $80 CLASSIFIED
Se ao GAL es AND S30 © | Progressive, Dance, House Clothing/accessory bags
LOCATION SALE AL $15/ STRONG WOODEN 3 in 1| etc... Call 393.4852. $150(500 bags)
Solid wood curio seo : Bch ae : baby crib for sale: including = fon Sales TV stands $35 ea
we you close! : maitress; crib converts into Antique Chair $300
5 piece dining set $450 PHONE 393-3667, 10AM -6PM mattress just like new still in con new Roper made. by Side. Table a0 :
living room chairs $210. | TAN LOVE SEAT Was| Plastic coverting crib hardly] 5 ah Dryer, $300 Baskets $5 and $10 BEACHFRONT PROPERTY
Leather love set $475 $1,200, Now $500 (must see) | Slept in. Asking price $250. lack Entertainment Center, | artificial trees/plants $10- $50 | 3/4 acre with 100ft on beach

Waterfall $50 near:Old Missile Base Eastern

- area ; i 4 Contact number 456-0832. | $300 :
On’ used Architectural Table, Ton Entertainment Center, | parafin Spa $60 . Grand Bahama, $375,000.

tugs $70
solid wood Coffee tale $70 end very good condition Was














































ITEM FOR SALE $250 Call 533. Som:
gand mor. § $70 27" 1V $250 | Bry now Security _system | BRAND N White & Tan Curio, $50 Nel da $08 Sosa. Salt De
wall pictures $2 Other | With Soft cord $250 “system MOTOROLA. Va00 CAMERA | Contact 326-5822, Wa heater $20
riscalanoout tty Renee | Gotdless Phone Collar 10$20_ | ENTY'§140.00 rowel erred
are less than one year old | ¢,c00S8W uniform (new) size 5, Call 356-5151 CARTIER SET w/boxes - |] Softing $50

Call 361-1857, o 559-8598. [30.8 Can Ms Kemp.|——resprre nee | | 2montts old ring, Bracelet, |} Hair coloring light $95. PACE FOUNDATION
308 One afer Cam tov USED LIKE NEW earrings, necklace Value at I Fact spa $170 YARD SALE |
USED FURNITURE 326-0669 after9amto 7pm” —_| Playpen $125 ‘el 364-7651. Suits - Men & Women, Office
~FOR SALE Honey Oak Wood Queen bed} Rocking Chair $80 SALE PRICE $5,000 Wear; Baby & Children Items;
t ) : Lamp $20 ue : “ (Platnum) \ ge ei aE Toiletries; Household Goods;
Center Table set $300 almost brand new $499 ip ; FOR
1 Wall Glass $300 Honey oak wood amoire $499. | Baby Bedding set $50 Items can be sold separate. |] Commercial washer and dryer | Jewelry; Hand Bags; Shoes;
1 Front room Stand 150 Honey oak wood night stand © Kick « and cra Playhouse $40 Call 434-3991, or 364-1721 [I] brand new $1,800 ONO Furniture; Brand new blinds
Phone 364-6189 anytime after $202. Call 393-8881 6 speed swing $130 fter 5 Contact 544-7110 Whirlpool Washer & Dryer
5pm, 455-6288 ask for Mrs {|———_____-___} Highchair $100 : Call 357-4724
Davis Used Lexmark color printer for} Motorola Pager $50 __ FOR SALE FOR SALE M Bailey Pa
sale in excellent condition, | All prices negotiable _| 1-Twin bedded (bedroom set)} Daewoo Refrigerator, black Robinson Rd.

ray apartment size $400.00 sana, December 2nd, 2006

‘

Asking $60.00 Call Tanya Erdeg at +] color (light brown). Price $500
Viewsat Ultra programmed ig $ y' ray apartmer 1, December 2

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PM: National Health

"Insurance
concerns

initiative

‘life and

death’ of Bahamians

l By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

' THERE will be no compro-
mise on moving ahead with

the National HealthInsurance:=-

plan, Prime Minister Perry
Christie stated yesterday: -
The debate on the NHI plan
opened in the House of
Assembly yesterday with an

“emotionally charged contri-

bution by the Prime Minister,
who described. the introduc-

_ tion of a national health insur-

‘ance initiative as a matter that -

~-concerns the “life and death”
of Bahamians.
Mr Christie, addressing par-
liament, pointed out that the
debate on such a scheme has
been going on for more than
two decades. :
While this debate raged on
under successive governments,
he said, Bahamians without

‘the financial means to access

the necessary health care were
“suffering, and even some
dying.”

“For more than 22 years:as
a nation we. have grappled
with the notion to provide a
comprehensive, sustained,
affordable system of health
care that would eliminate the
cruel and unjust reality of
Bahamians dying because they
cannot pay for some services,”
he said.

Mr Christie said that the






















question has to be asked if
access to health care should
be a. human right or. contin-
ued to be treated as a privi-
lege available only to.some.

Stating that-he believes-the
NHI plan will in future be
considered as the “single most
important piece of legislation”
passed under the current term
of government, the prime min-
ister emphasised, however,
that the initiative is nota
“PLP scheme, put a national
one.’

Looking back on n the last 22
years of Bahamians struggling
to find ways to pay their med-
ical bills, Mr Christie said, that
there is “no option whatsoev-
er, but to act and act now,” .

He pointed out that seven
of every 10 adults in the coun-
try is overweight, one out of
every four suffers from hyper-
tension, and one out of every
six adults is diabetic.

With the medical implica-
tions of those statistics, he
said, a NHI plan is even more
called for.

The prime minister also
emphasised that although the
Bill for the establishment of
an NHI scheme is now being
debated in parliament, exten-

sive consultation with
stakeholders is still ongoing.
“Consultation will continue

SEE page 10



Independent MP
criticises govt
over NHI scheme

@ By PAUL TURNQUEST Bases
Tribune Staff Reporter,

PIERRE Dupuch, iidependent MP
for St Margaret, used his opportunity in
the House of Assembly yesterday to
methodically dismantle government’s
proposed National Health Insurance
scheme.

Mr Dupuch criticised government for a a
number of items in the NHI Bill, espe-
cially for not including all residents of
the Bahamas, both legal and illegal, for
insurance purposes.

Mr Dupuch recognized ‘the presence
in the public gallery of Health Minister
Dr Bernard Nottage, Dr Perry Gomez,
project manager of NHI, and Mr Lennox
McCartney, director of National Insur-
ance. He congratulated them on their
efforts to bring the NHI scheme this far,

SEE page 11

- Hazardous medical
_ waste ‘disposed as
ordinary garbage’

li By ALISON LOWE -
Tribune Staff Reporter

A "MAJORITY" of healthcare facilities
are currently, or have until recently, been
disposing of hazardous infectious and
radioactive medical waste as "ordinary
garbage" — in public places:such as

Arawak Cay; according to a report.

These facts were included in the 2005
report from the Hospitals and Healthcare
Facilities, Licensing Board tabled in the
House of Assembly yesterday.

The report, which highlights some of the
successes and difficulties encountered by
that board — which is responsible for
licensing all private healthcare facilities —
since its inception, says that until recently,
board staff felt they had to "place their
heads in the sand" with regards to certain
regulations that they were mandated to
enforce.

In particular, this included the require-

ment that all private medical facilities dis-

SEE page 10

‘No compromise’ on Nl

Report calls for an.
agency to deal with
‘complimentary and
alternative medicine’

@ By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter

GOVERNMENT needs to create an
agency to deal with "obvious safety issues”
that have arisen in line with the increas-
ingly common occurrence of persons and
facilities offering "complimentary and alter-
native medicine" in the Bahamas.

"Many therapists with uninvestigated
qualifications, or none at all have been

i appearing all over the country advertising

their ability to effect magnificent. cures,"
noted a 2005 report compiled by Dr Kirt-
land Culmer, chairman of the Hospital and
Healthcare Facilities Licensing Board,
which was tabled by Prime Minister Perry
Christie in the House of Assembly yester-
day.

In putting forward this recommendation,
the report describes one individual of con-
cern to the board who is offering such
"alternative" treatments as having "blazed

SEE page 10
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Government to pay
NHI contributions for
long-term unemployed

@ By ALEXANDRIO MORLEY -

Tribune Staff Reporter

LONG-TERM unemployed
persons will have their NHI
contributions paid for by the
government, says Dr Stanley
Lalta, project manager of the
proposed health plan.

The Tribune spoke with a
concemed citizen yesterday out-
side the. House of Assembly
who had questions regarding
the NHI plan.

Ms Rossana Cash, of the
Farm Road constituency, told
The Tribune that she had been
“in and out work for almost a
year” and aimed to question
Prime Minister Perry Christie
about “where she was sup-
posed to find the money” to pay
contributions to the national
health plan.

. According to Ms Cash, there

PLP Woman’s branch

THE government’s National

Health Insurance proposals
_have received the full backing of .
the PLP’s women’s branch in

Nassau.
--Chairman Dr Madelin

- Sawyer, executives and mem-
‘bers of the PLP’s New Provi-

dence women’s branch whole-

heartedly support the plan, a

’ statement said yesterday.
According to Dr Sawyer,

-women especially have several

very good reasons to believe

sucha plan would be beneficial,

not only to the country as a

~ whole, but to women in partic-

ular.

Firstly, statistically, women

tend to live longer than men.
Consequently they have a

longer time during which such

medical services may be needed.

Secondly, women tend to be
’ caregivers for children, elderly
parents and other relatives.

gaia”

are many people in her area
who don’t have jobs at the
moment, and even when they

do obtain jobs “it’s only for a

couple of months.”

Ms Cash said that she was last
employed as'a labourer on the
Atlantis Phase III project, but
she claimed that she was laid
off, along with 29 other persons,
last month.

The woman said she, wanted
to make sure that persons in her
position were not made to pay
money they did not have.

The Tribune questioned Dr
Lalta about her concerns as he

left the House of Assembly yes- -

terday.
Dr Lalta said: “There are
some unemployed persons who

are long-term, and then there -

are some who are short-term,
in that some periods of the year
they will find work and others

Again, during the time they are
likely to have that responsibili-
ty, those individuals most prob-
ably will require health care and
medications.

Thirdly, the recent living
standards survey has revealed
that the majority of the poor in

the Bahamas are women.

Additionally, a number of
them are single heads of house-
holds. By extension, this would
suggest that these women are
more likely to need assistance

~ with access to adequate health

care services for. themselves and
their families.
“We all realise and accept

- that there is no perfect plan and

no perfect time in which to
introduce such a plan. But if not
now, when?” the statement

“Can we as a caring nation
afford to wait any longer to pro-
vide the comfort and security

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‘With each one of these cas-
es we will have an assessment
done by the Ministry of Social
Services. So persons who have
the capacity to pay will be asked
to make their contributions and
those who do not will fall below
the poverty line, and so they
will not be asked to pay because
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a “crucial” role to play with the"
implementation of the national”
health plan, and that the estab-

lishment of the “beneficiary”

identification system” will be’
an important instrument with.

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said that persons did not imme-")
diately have to go to the Min-’
istry of Social Services for the
beneficiary assessment, because *

-adminstrators of NHI and the

Ministry of Social Services were”
planning to have “more discus-:
sions” to co-ordinate their activ-
ities.

The National Health Insur-°
ance Act was debated in the’
house yesterday and the debate

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is expected to continue next:

week.

backs NHI proposals |

- of adequate health care foe our

citizens?
“We feel that for any such
national plan to succeed, ALL

" of the stakeholders need to co-

operate and try to make it work
for the good of ALL.

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and prudence at all levels. The
public must not take advantage
of the system and try to abuse it.
We must see it as our duty to
pay our contributions fairly.
Additionally, health care
providers must endeavour to
provide fair, efficient and sat-
isfactory service.’

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day the maxim that ‘an ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of
cure’ has to be taken seriously
by ALL.

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become the order of the day for

all of us. It is only in this way
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In brief

Reports of
investigation
into beating
due soon

INITIAL reports into the
beating of a civilian in Inagua
by a group of Defence Force
officers are expected soon, as
the investigating officers
returned to Nassau yesterday.

The violent altercation
between Dexter Wilson and
about 15 Defence Force offi-
cers, which took place over the
weekend, sent Mr Wilson to
hospital and left the residents
on the island in an uproar.

According to Assistant Com-
missioner Reginald Ferguson,
the police team dispatched to
the island to conduct investiga-
tions were due back yesterday.

Mr Ferguson reported that
charges would be brought
against persons, if necessary.

Additionally, Sub Lieutenant
Sonia Miller, Defence Force
public relations officer, said
reports from their side could be
given as soon as today.

Mr Wilson, 27, was released
from hospital earlier this week
after doctors found that his
injuries were not as serious as
initially thought: However, his
family plans to take legal action
against the men involved.

The incident took place out-
side of Supers Nightclub in
Mathew Town after a male
Defence Force officer report-
edly took offence at Mr
Wilson’s conversation with a
female officer.

Residents on the island
described the scene as a savage
one after Mr Wilson was nearly
“beaten to death” by up to 15
officers.

Following the attack on Sun-
day morning, residents on the
island were threatening to riot.
However, Mr Ferguson said
things have since calmed down.

A Defence Force officer was
also injured during the alterca-
tion, receiving a stab wound to
his lower back, but the injury
was described as minor. He
received two stitches and
reportedly returned to the base
in Nassau on HMBS Yellow
Elder on Sunday night.

Two arrested:
for alleged
robbery at
gunpoint

’ TWO men are said to be.in

bie custody after reportedly
_tobbing two persons on Tues-

day night with a toy handgun.
According to police press
liaison officer Walter Evans,
two males were standing in the
road through Cambridge Street
off Nassau Street shortly before
midnight on Tuesday when the

robbery occurred. One of the’

males is said tobe 18 and the

other a juvenile. —

"As they were standing in
the street a silver Nissan Sentra
pulled up," Inspector Evans
said. According to reports, one
of the occupants had a handgun.

"The two young men who
were standing in the street were
robbed of $350 in total," Mr
Evans said. The robbers then
got back into the vehicle,
according to Mr Evans. ~

Police in the area noticed the
vehicle travelling at high speed,
stopped it, searched it and ques-
tioned the two male occupants.

The cash stolen from the
young men was recovered. Mr
Evans said officers discovered
that the handgun used in the
robbery was an imitation
weapon, a toy 9mm handgun,
according to Mr Evans.

Both robbers are said to be
in police custody. One is‘said
to be a 19-year-old of Nassau
Village and the other man is
said to be in his thirties.

Haiti’s PM



LOCAL NEWS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006, PAGE 3

MI to Christie: Fire Gibson



or face the consequences

@ By ALEXANDRIO MORLEY
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE BDM threatens to
“deal with” Prime Minister
Perry Christie if he does not
fire Immigration Minister
Shane Gibson within one week.

During the debate yesterday
in the House of Asseembly on
the National Health Insurance
plan, the BDM held a press
conference claiming that the
PLP administration is “riddled
with debacles and scandals.”

The BDM said they were no
longer going to wait for the PM
to deal-with the “odious indis-
cretions and the charges of cor-
ruption” that faced his admin-
istration.

BDM spokesman Omar
Smith said: “Mr Christie, you
want the evidence, then we
demand that (1) you do what
you are mandated to do by the
Public Disclosure Act’of 1977,
and produce the disclosures for
you and your cabinet members
in addition to all members of
your government, (2) appoint a
commission of inquiry and (3)
fire Shane Gibson immediat-
ley because the top guardian

of our borders cannot be some-
one who can be compromised
or hoodwinked so easily.”

The BDM spokesman
claimed that the PM was allow-
ing men like Mr Shane Gibson
to “abuse” the country.

In past weeks Mr Gibson
was: alleged to have been
involved with “fast-tracking”
the legal residency application
of American celebrity Anna
Nicole Smith.

However, the minister has

always denied any wrong
doing, and he claimed that Ms
Smith was only his “close per-
sonal friend.”

The BDM said: “You have
exactly one week, Mr Christie,
so if by next week Wednesday,
the sixth day of December,
2006, you do not do right by
the Bahamian people, on the
fifth anniversary of of our mace
demonstration we will be back
here at the people’s House and
you and all of your suspect col-





. B OMAR Smith, BDM spokesman, announces their
ultimatum to Prime Minister Perry hnstte

Laing accuses Peet of misleading
‘public over $18bn investments

FORMER Gua minis-
ter Zhivargo Laing said yes-
terday that Minister of Finan-
cial Services Vincent Peet is’
trying to make things look
good for the government while
misleading the people with the
claim that the IDB is predicting
an infusion of some $18 billion
in investments in the Bahamas.

On Wednesday, The Tri-

: bune published an article in

which Minister.Peet stated
that the IDB is predicting $18
billion in investments in the
Bahamas.

Speaking at-a local govern-
ment conference at the Wyn-

:’ dham Nassau Resort, he went
: onto state that that figure is
: relatively conservative to the

Ministry of Finance’s calcu-
lation of about $24 billion.
“The bank never made any
projections, the bank was
merely quoting what the gov-
ernment was projecting’ as

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

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Radiation traces found on British Airways jets

LONDON (AP) — Officials found traces of
radiation on two British Airways jets, and the
airline appealed Wednesday to tens of thousands
of passengers who flew to or from Moscow and

other cities to come. forward as investigators

widened the search for clues into the poisoning
death of former Russian spy Alexander Eitvi:
nenko.

The airline said the “risk to public health is
wee adding that it was in the process of con-

acting tens of thousands of passengers who flew
on the jets.

‘Two planes at London’s Heathrow Airport
icsted positive for traces of radiation and a third
plane has been taken out of service in Moscow
awaiting examination, British Airways said.

Natalia Remnyova, administrator at Domode-
dovo Airport, the Moscow airport used by British
Airways, said she knew nothing of a plane ground-

ed there. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov ~

said he could not comment because he had no
information about the issue.

The airline said it was contacted by the British
government Tuesday night and told. to ground
the jets and to allow investigators looking into
Litvinenko’s death to test them for radiation.

High doses of polonium-210 — a rare radioac-
iive element usually manufactured in specialized
nuclear facilities — were found in Litvinenko’s
body, and traces of radiation have been found
at sites in London connected with the inquiry
into his death.

All three planes had been on the London-

- Moscow route, British Airways said. In the last

three weeks, the planes had also travelled to
routes across Europe, including Barcelona, Frank-
furt and Athens: Around 30,000 passengers had
travelled on 220 flights on those planes, said Kate
Gay, an airline spokeswoman.

“The airline isin the process of making contact
with customers who have travelled on flights
operated by these aircraft, which operate within
Europe,” British Airways said in a statement. -

“British Airways understands that from advice
it has been given that the risk to public health is

w,” the airline statement said.
The airline has published the flights affected on
its Web site, and advised customers who took
ihe flights to contact a special help-line setup by
the British Health Ministry.
Litvinenko, a former colonel with Russia’s Fed-
eral Security Service — the successor agency to

the KGB — had been a fierce critic of Russian |

President Vladimir Putin before his death from
radiation poisoning on Nov. 23. From his
deathbed, he blamed Putin for his poisoning.
Putin has strongly denied the charge.

Britain’s Home Secretary John Reid, who
chaired a meeting of COBRA, the government’s
emergency comimittee, said tests on the planes

were part of a wider scientific investigation into

sites that could be linked to Litvinenko’s death.

Meanwhile, Italian security expert Mario ~

Scaramella, who was one of the last people to
meet with Litvinenko before the former spy fell ill,
said tests cleared him of radioactive contamina-
tion.

Scaramella came from Rone and met Litvi-
nenko.at a sushibar in London on Nov. 1 — the
day the former intelligence agent first reported the
symptoms.

“Tam fine, ” Scaramella told The Associated

Press by telephone. “I am not contaminated and
have not contaminated anybody else.”

Scaramella returned to London to undergo
tests and talk with the police Tuesday. He said he
is in security protection and refused to say where
he was.

More than three dozen staff at the two hospitals
that treated Litvinenko will be tested for radioac-

tive contamination, Britain’s Health Protection

Agency said.

The agency said 106 staff at Barnet General
Hospital and University College Hospital had
been assessed for possible exposure, and 49 would
have their urine tested. The mysterious death has
clouded Anglo-Russian relations. Prime Minister
Tony Blair said police were determined to find out
who was responsible for Litvinenko’s death.

“The police investigation will proceed, and I
think people shouid know that there is no diplo-
matic or political barrier in the way of that inves-
tigation,” Blair said in Denmark. “It is obviously
a very, very serious matter indeed. We are deter-
mined to find out what happened and who is
responsible.”

Media reports in Britain.and Russia on
Wednesday said that Litvinenko had been
engaged in smuggling nuclear substances out of
Russia.

The Independent newspaper reported that
Litvinenko told Scaramella on the day he fell ill
that he had organized the smuggling of nuclear
material for his former employers at Russia’s
Federal Security Service, or FSB. The newspaper
reported that Litvinenko said he had smuggled
radioactive material to Zurich in 2000.

But Scaramella told the AP that he had been
misquoted by the newspaper.

- “He (Litvinenko) wanted to see me because he
knew about smuggling of nuclear material, but as
far as I know he was never involved in nuclear
smuggling,” he said.

London police say they are investigating the
case as a “suspicious death” rather than murder,
although they have devoted a large anti-terrorist
force to the investigation.

Scaramella said he had been cleared of any
involvement in the 43-year-old former spy’s death.

“Let me take the opportunity to say that I’m
not under investigation by any British authority,”
he said. “I am cooperating with them (the
police).” Police declined to say whom they had
spoken to.

Scaramella said he showed Litvinenko e-mails
from a confidential source identifying the possible
killers of Russian investigative journalist Anna
Politkovskaya and listing other potential targets
for assassination — including himself and Litvi-
nenko.

Following Litvinenko’s death, more than 1,100
people called a health hot line over concerns they

might be at risk from polonium poisoning, which
is deadly in tiny amounts if ingested or inhaled.

Sixty-eight have been referred to health authori-
ties, ine Health Protection Agency said — includ-

- ing the 49 hospital staff.

Eight have been referred to a special clinic as a
precaution. The tests should take about a week.

Traces of radiation have been found at six sites
visited by Litvinenko.

(This article was written by
the Associated Press staff)

THE TRIBUNE



Disgust with |
customer service

EDITOR, The Tribune.
PLEASE allow me space in
your newspaper to voice my total

disgust with customer service that ©
I had experienced at a furniture’

store that specialises in discounts
on Saturday, November 25, 2006.

What should have been a max-
imum of 20 minutes for my pur-
chase ended up being a two-hour
nightmare of dealing with incom-

‘petent sales staff and ware-

house/stock keeping staff. I had
telephoned several furniture com-
panies earlier that morning look-
ing for a metal folding chair.

After many phone calls telling

me that they did not sell this item,
I finally had found one at this par-

ticular store. I entered’the furni- .

ture store at 11.05am and had no
problem being served. However,
when I went to the cashier to pay
cash for the item, the cashier
asked me what name the sales
order was in. J told her that
nobody asked me for my name.
So, I had to go off the line and go
to find the saleslady who was now
in a different part of the store.
Alter finding her, she sent anoth-
er sales order to the cashier. : I
went and paid for the folding
chair and was told to go to the
warehouse to pick it up. I drove
around the block to the ware-
house and waited for my chair.
After about 20 minutes, the ware-
house attendant came to me and
told me that they did not have
this chair. I then questioned their
policy of selling items that they do
not have in stock. He told me that
the only one that they had in the
colour I had paid for was a floor
sample and that I could go back
to the store and get it. I told him
that I was not going back to the
store since it was now almost.an
hour of my time that I had spent
trying to purchase one folding
chair. So, a young warehouse
attendant walked back to the
salesroom and brought back the
chair that was the floor sample.

. NowThad spent one hour at this

task.

The floor sample chair came
to me with damage and scraped
paint on the metal legs of the
chair. I would not accept this
chair and was offered no further
discount for the damage. I then
asked if they had another colour
that I could get. The older white-
haired warehouse attendant told
me that I must go back to the
saleslady who sold me the chair so
that she could send over. the cor-
rect code for the new colour. By
now I was really fed up with this
business for wasting one hour of
my very precious time. I drove

. around the block, very heated

and frustrated at this point, and
chose another colour, which I
expected would be sent over to
the warehouse for me to collect. I
drove back to the. warehouse to
get the new chair. I waited again
for about 20 minutes and was

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in. He then suggested that I go
back to the salesroom, now for

the third time, to get my cash
. refund.

I drove around the block
another time, hopefully for the
last time of the day, to get my
cash refund. I immediately went
to the cashier station and said that
I was told to come and get my
cash refund. When asked who
sent me, I told the cashier that it
was the elderly white haired man
in the warehouse. The local radio
station 104.5 FM was doing a live
remote this particular morning
and J was more than prepared to
go and be interviewed by the DJ
about my horrendous shopping

experience at the store. The
cashier begged me not to go to
the DJ. However, since I had now
lost two hours of very valuable |
working time dealing with incom-
petent and inept sales staff along
with non-existent customer ser-
vice and out-of-stock merchan-
dise, I decided that I would write
the editors of the local press to
inform the public of the
deplorable state of customer ser-
vice throughout the entire service
industry in this country. I will nev-
er again step foot in this furni-
ture establishment and will share
my two hour ordeal of purchasing’
a folding chair which I never
received, with my friends, col-
leagues, and numerous acquain-
tances.

- STILL STANDING
AND SEATLESS

_ Nassau
November 25, 2006.

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Mr Christie’s”
Christmas gifts

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THE Christmas season is upon us and the announcement of
the dissolution. of Parliament is expected early in the new year.

The Prime Minister’s Christmas gift basket is bulging, and the
Bahamian electorate is ready to receive its share. We have been try-
ing to determine the type of gifts that Mr Christie should tender and

we will suggest a few:-

1) Relieve the attorney general of her post.
2) Fire the minister of Immigration.
3) Deny for nomination the following:-

The Minister of Works
The Minister of Labour
The Minister of Housing

The representatives for Mount Moriah and Kennedy.
4) Recommend that Pierre Dupuch, Tennyson Wells and
“Bulgie”, Allen be nominated as independent candidates for the

Montagu constituency.

5) Have the current representative for Fox Hill be denominated,
where a real Fox Hill girl will beat the pants off him.

6) Considering the Prime Minister’s penchant for committees or
commissions, appoint a commission headed by Justice Lyons to
determine the recipients of “Swift Justice”.

Those of you who read this contribution, might’consider these
suggestions as being delivered in’a jocular-vein, but re- -examine
them and determine why those persons have been identified.

Justice Lyons’ recent exposure of the failures and shortcomings

_ of the present government have been dismissed by the attorney geh-

eral as trivial, but we know that she cannot be serious. Several legal

. minds have taken issue with her and have described:some of her

statements as “talking foolishness” and have agreed that there i isa

constitutional crisis.

We believe that the attorney. general in using the words “swift j jus-

_ tice” is equating “justice” with “trial”; the two words should not be

equated. Justice should not be seen to be swift; it has to be reasoned *.
and considered. On the other hand, a person can be brought to
court quickly, but justice is not to be trivialised.

On a serious note, and for those of you who collect all-of my let-
ters and have been agonising over the failure to read some of my
contributions, my pen has been.silent as I observe the self destruc-
tion of the present government, the semblance of increasing
immorality, religious ministers being hauled before the courts for
divorce and abuse of children, “honourable” members of Parlia-
ment fighting, being sued for child support, and indebtedness and

on and on.

So until you read me again, enjoy the gifts which Mr Christiesis

contemplating sharing with us.

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© In brief

Man is
jailed for
marijuana
possession

A MAN was sentenced to
_serve two and a half years in
jail yesterday after pleading
guilty to a charge of possession
-with the intent to supply five
pounds of marijuana.

Bianco Smith, 30, of Wind-
sor Place, Latario Swain, 23, of
Jubilee Gardens, and Pricilla
‘Gibson of Milton Street
“appeared before magistrate
Carolita Bethel at Court Eight,
‘Bank Lane, charged with pos-
“session of dangerous drugs with
intent to supply.
~ It is alleged that the accused,
on Monday, November 27,
were found in possession of a
quantity of marijuana which

authorities believed they intend-

ed to supply to another.

Smith pleaded guilty to the
charge and was sentenced to
two and a half years in jail. Gib-
son and Swain both pleaded not
guilty to the charge. They were

ranted bail in the sum of
20,000. Their matter was
adjourned to December 6.

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Ms Smith has not left her
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He said that he and Ms
Smith went to court yester-
day morning and got a stay
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day has been set aside for
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cess.

However, many businesses
fall short of this goal and the
consequences are quite mad-
dening and perplexing, given
the Bahamas’ economic depen-
dence on the services industries.

Summit Academy head-
mistress Jill Wilson said: “In an
economy which is almost pure-
ly service-based, the job of both
parents and teachers should be
to facilitate an environment
where the building of personal
character and the development
of manners are paramount.”

Treating each child as if they
will become a leader within
their respective fields, and
preparing them for globalisa-

tion, are two of Mrs Wilson’s _

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To fulfil these goals, Summit






Academy has implemented pro-
grammes such as Children’s
Good Manners Month, during
which each child undergoes eti-
quette training, as well as the
Character Education Pro-
gramme, a year-round, school-
wide programme which high-
lights two values each month.
In building a true sense of
community, Mrs Wilson has
sought the support of parents,
emphasising the importance of
their child(ren)’s presentation.
“We're taking them back to
basics,” said Mrs Wilson, “Dur-

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Regional office in November,
2005.

The programme began in
1993 as a collaboration between
Jamaican Red Cross and the
American Red Cross. Due to
its success the programme has
been introduced in almost all
Caribbean countries.

The programme targets
young people between 15 and
25 and requires selected indi-
vidual youths to be trained as
peer educators who are seen as
better informed relative to their
peers. They are encouraged and
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Dominica asks
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Ecuador
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t a DOMINICA
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DOMINICA’S top trade offi-
cial is urging the World Trade
,Organization to reject

'Ecuador’s bid to ease tariffs on
; "its bananas shipped to Europe,
arguing such a move would
‘squeeze small island producers
out of the market, according, to
Associated Press.
“ Ecuador, the world’s largest
banana producer, filed a protest
against the European Union’s
» banana import rules system two
raveeks ago, arguing it unfairly
restricts its access to the Euro-
pean market.

A reduction of tariffs for
Ecuador would send “a clear
message that small countries
which now trade in the world
will have no place in any new
world trade order,” said Charles

avarin, Dominica’s foreign
-affairs and trade minister, late
Tuesday. :
_ Latin American producers
and banana companies. based in
the United States have long
complained that EU rules favor
Caribbean and African produc-
ers. Latin American bananas
hold around 60 percent of the
market, while African and
Caribbean producers have 20
percent, EU officials have said.

Savarin said it was critical that

«the EU. maintain duty-free
treatment of a banana quota
‘from Africa and the Caribbean.
:} Dominica, a mountainous
‘island in the eastern Caribbean,
depends primarily on banana
exports and tourism to sustain
wits economy.

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@ ARUBA ,
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, ABOUT half of the oil work-
,ets at.a Valero Energy Corp.
refinery have walked off the jab
to join a strike for higher pay.
and more benefits, a union
‘leader said Wednesday, accord-
ting to Associated Press.
* Some 385 workers, about half
of the employees at the 275,000
‘barrels-a-day capacity refinery,
‘began their work stoppage on
_ JTuesday, said Independent Oil
- Workers Union of Aruba chief
‘Boy Anthony.

A spokeswoman for the San
‘Antonio-based refiner said
‘operations and output at the
‘Aruba plant were normal
‘regardless of the strike by union
smembers.

“Thanks to the efforts of
‘those employees who aren’t
striking, the refinery is running

‘at normal rates and is operating
‘safely and reliably,” Mary Rose

‘Brown said in an e-mail.

Refinery workers want a
‘four-year contract instead of a
five-year one and are demand-
‘ing better wages and more vaca-
ition days from Valero, the
largest independent oil refiner
in the United States..

The Aruba plant processes
lower-cost heavy, sour crude oil
— which is cheaper than the
light, sweet variety — to pro-
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NOVEMBER 30TH

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— Urban Re newal
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@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

IN an effort to bring ‘peace
to the streets’, the Department
of Urban Renewal will host a

prayer service for the families

of victims of crime in 2006.

Under the theme ‘Silence
the Violence: Embrace Peace’,
Director of Urban Renewal
Shelton Beneby said his
department will be bringing
the message of the people.

Several pastors and family
members of persons who’ve
been victimised have been
invited to the service at 6 pm
on Sunday on the National
Insurance Grounds on Baillou
Hill Road.

Chief Supt Hulan Hanna

said, because of the number ‘
of violent crimes committed’

this, year, the service is one
that is terribly needed.

“Long after the sensation-
alism has been removed from

the front pages (of the news-



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papers) there is silent anger in
the ‘communities,” he said.
That anger, which remains
after the crime is committed, is
what needs to be addressed,
he said.
Additionally, there will be
a series of ‘Theatre in the

Park’ and Christmas tree light-
ing ceremonies in each of the

urban centre communities set

to begin on December 2
through December 16.

The Cultural Affairs Divi-
sion will host the Theatre in
the Park, a community-based
initiative where Bahamian tal-
ent can be showcased.

“We are attempting not only

to promote the talents in each .

community but to foster a
greater sense of community
spirit, knowing that this has
been a very difficult and chal-
lenging year.

“I believe that our little
nation must be judged on the
quality of its compassion. We
must be concerned about peo-

‘ple, the renewal in urban life

that we are speaking about is
not only in our physical sur-
roundings but it’s also spiritu-
al, people knowing who they
are and feeling good about
themselves,” Mr Beneby said.

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has offered himself for elected
public office much of his life
and is a consummate politician
campaigns rigorously for his
government’s proposal, the
same people say that he is not
being “political”. Does anyone
see something odd with that?

Too often these days, when
one criticises the government,
however deserved that criticism,
government ministers dismis-
sively say: “Well, you know this
is the political season, so you
should expect that.” That’s a
load of crap!

Which season in The
Bahamas is ‘not “political”?
Even during Christmas many
politicians go out with turkey
and ham in hand playing poli-
tics. The fact is that politicians
go to voters and get elected in a
political process making political
promises to do a political job.

When elected, they spend
their time in political office
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win them support again when
the next election comes around.
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improperly by taking money,
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money, what is wrong with that?

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member for keeping corrupt
souls in check. By the same

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The fact is that
politicians go to
voters and get
elected in a
political process
making political

promises to doa

political job.



country about it, what’s wrong
with that? Nothing! God: bless
that government member for
doing something good.

et’s stop kidding our--

selves: government is

about politics: Indeed, politics is
the science of government. The
sleazy, superficial, dumb, cor-
rupt, immoral, tricky, deceptive,
ridiculous things that some
politicians do are not “politics”.
- They are sleazy, superficial,
dumb, corrupt, immoral, tricky,
deceptive, ridiculous things that
they. do. Government members
and opposition members are
politicians, frontline politicians.
They are supported by many
backline politicians, called gen-
erals, foot-soldiers and party
supporters. They are all
involved with the political
process of the country and they

all do political things.

What some people mean
when they use the term “polliti-
cal’ negatively i is that people are
being “partisan”. So is parti-
sanship a bad thing? Not really.
If it grinds the system to a halt
so that it can do no good, then
partisanship is bad.

However, if it holds the.sys-
tem under a microscope so that
it can detect its faults and fix
them, then it is all good.

Prime Minister Perry
Christie, all his cabinet. minis-
ters, MPs and Senators are
PLPs. They are all partisan to
the bone. They love the PLP;
they serve the PLP; and they
would like everyone in The
Bahamas to support the PLP.

Does this mean that they can-
not act to do things that serve
all, including FNMs? Of course
not! Indeed, does this mean that
every time they act, they are only
serving PLPs? Absolutely not!

While this writer knows that
they have done many things
that. were purely partisan in
nature, from giving cronies gov-
ernment contracts, appoint-
ments at government corpora-
tions, consultancies and invita-
tions to state functions, he also
knows that they have done
things that were not purely so.

In the same way the Leader
of the Opposition is FNM and
all his MPs and Senators are
FNMs. Does this mean that
every time they act that they
are being partisan? Absolutely
not! Does this mean that they
cannot act simply to do their
duty as Her Majesty’s Loyal
Opposition without some twist-
ed motive? Of course not!

artisanship is the nature
of our democracy. We
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It’s all political

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erned. We organise ourselves
into groups huddled around a
set of these ideas and we call
those groups parties; whether
two or three or four, the fact is
that each political party differ-
ing slightly or significantly in its
vision and approach to national
development becomes partisan
in its perspective.

As such, the parties compete
with each other to win the sup-
port of voters. The more fierce
that competition, the more

: dynamic the democracy and the
' more likely we are to have the
_ best ideas surface.

This writer does not despise
nor apologise for partisanship.
Indeed, I believe that scrutiny
and criticism of the ideas
espoused by all political per-

- sonalities and parties should be

sharper and more clearly dis-
tinguished.
In other words, it should be

‘ clear to the public what the parti-

san differences are between polit-
ical groupix ~s and personalities,

* so that the, can better decide

which they truly want to support.
This notion ot PLP-FNMs, FNM-
PLPs, and Independent-FNMs is
utter rubbish! It is nothing more
than a selfish attempt to have the

. best of both worlds and a sign of

political hedging.

Declare yourself; choose your
side; be men and women of con-
viction so that the public can

_ rightly divide and discern your

stands to be sure if.it agrees
with them or not.

At the end of the day, it’s all
political. What will leave an

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whether the political efforts you
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When the
opposition does
its job the way it
should, some

will cry that it is .

being political.
Well, that is too
bad and too sad
for them.



your best, go to bed, rest your-

self and wait for Jesus to return.
When he does, he will judge
and his judgment will be right.

SO THERE YOU HAVE IT

| et’s be clear. The Christie

administration is seeking
to pass the National Health
Insurance Act at this time for
political gains.

They seek to pass this act so
that it can be one of their cam-
paign trophies. Is that a bad
thing? Not necessarily.

After all, they know that there
will not be any National Health
Insurance benefits to provide
voters when election comes in a
few months, perhaps not even
for a few years. Therefore, the
closest thing to it is an act promis-
ing to provide the same.

Opposition to the National
Health Insurance proposal is
coming first and foremost from
medical professionals who insist
that they have not been ade-
quately or properly consulted.

They have questions - legiti-

..mate questions - about the pro-
posal. However, they will not be

in Parliament where the bill is
being debated, so they have tak-
en their plight to the people so
that the people might put pres-
sure on their representatives in
Parliament to explain themselves
more fully on the proposal.

Is this political? You bet! It is
the good politics that makes a
democracy strong and encour-
ages elected public officials to
put their best foot forward or
have the bad one they put forth
cut off.

he official opposition,

in keeping with its
responsibilities, is. duty-bound
to examine the proposal being
framed in the legislation before

Parliament. If they do their jobs

well, they will tear the bill to —

pieces, looking for its weak-
nesses and bringing them to the
attention of the government
and the people. If they do their
job well, they will be fearless
and unapologetic in their efforts
to ensure that if the bill is
passed by Parliament, it is the
best bill possible.

They should not fall for that
ridiculous excuse that “no
National Insurance Scheme is
perfect”. Perhaps not, but that
does not mean that one should
not strive to make it so. We
pride ourselves on being so
good, so talented, and so cre-
ative; then let us show it by our
diligence in doing what we seek
to do to the best of our ability.

When the opposition does its

job the way it should, some will :
‘cry that it is being political.’

Well, that is too bad and too
sad for them. When food

inspectors find contaminants in.

restaurant dishes or a consumer
minister finds outdated prod-
ucts on grocery store shelves,
no one says that they are being
political; we say that they are
doing their jobs. Do your jobs

‘ people because at the end of

the day, it’s all political anyway.

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. 1 to the Director of Environmental. Health Services about the lack

of provisions, but received no reply.
However, after medical waste was discovered at Arawak

push to advocate healthier liv-
ing for Bahamians.

He said that policies and
programmes will be created



Cay, the department of environmental health pledged support, with the assistance of the Min-
the report added. , ; : istries of Health, Education
Now, thanks to the emergence of a private firm offering : and Sports with this goal in

_ waste disposal services, the board now feels "in a position"to : mind.

enforce the regulations, however, says the report, the board

anticipates "a great amount of resistance" from many practi- / Rep ort calls

tioners, in this regard.

. The Princess Margaret Hospital has indicated that they are;
"not certain of their capability of total disposal of their waste; for agency
production" at present, the report notes.

All medical facilities will be checked for their compliance; FROM page one

with the regulations at their next inspection, said the report.



a trail of safety issues."

Meanwhile, claimed the
chairman, this individual has
managed to create “an image
of credibility by obtaining sup-
port from some 1¢}!zious and
government leaders."

Another facility is currently
operating purporting to offer.a
therapy for cancer which the
American Cancer Society has, ~
after an extensive investigation,
determined to be unsafe and to
offer no “objective benefit" in

. the treatment of the disease.

The report indicates that nei-
ther the HHFLB or any other
board has any regulatory or dis-
ciplinary power to deal with
such facilities, and calls for the
introduction of a government
agency "to come forward with
some, controlling
guidelines...concrete directives
(and) information and assis-
tance" for the Board.

-However, the report claims
that the overall number of med-
ical facilities operating: without
licences has been reduced from
22 in 2002 - 2003, to three in
the fiscal year 2004 - 2005.

The chairman put this success -
down to the board's decision to
publicise many facilities’ unli-
censed status in the news media
— which the report says

. brought some facility adminis-
trators "scampering to legit-

. imise their establishments" —
and to more "aggressive" and
persistent contact being made
with those facilities by office
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Independent MP criticises govt over NHI scheme

FROM page one

but respectfully disagreed with
the plan produced.

If reports were true that the
Bahamas now has anywhere
from 40,000 to 100,000 illegal
immigrants, who would take
care of them under the plan?
Mr Dupuch asked.

“Who is going to take care
of them? There is no use for
us standing here and telling
the Bahamian people that
they will not be taken care of
by us because that’s a bunch
of baloney.

“The government will take
care of them, and where will
the government get the mon-
ey? From us, the taxpayers.
Why don t we face facts, and
face reality and include them
in the bill? Because if we did,
it wouldn’t look too good
then,” he said.

Mr Dupuch, paused to
explain that always when you
encroach on such issues peo-
ple take the “narrow-mind-
ed”. stance that you are
speaking from selfish inter-
ests.

“The report claims that
they will raise something in
the vicinity of $250 million
dollars. But another report
here from the World Bank
says that health expenditure
is $350 million dollars.

“So we are-behind the
eighth ball before we start.
And what is the explanation
for that? How are we going to
collect that extra $100 mil-
lion? And the answer may be
in the contract and terms that
we are going to enforce on
the provider,” he said.

Mr Dupuch said that the
National Insurance Board has
basically been a cash cow
from which to borrow for
every government faced with
shortfalls. He explained that
if when the NHI scheme
comes to pass and the gov-
ernment discovered that they
need more than $100 million
dollars extra, contributors
won’t be paying two and a
half per cent of their monthly
salary, .but. possibly..10



per cent.

Mr Dupuch said that we
have to decide whether or not
we are a capitalist, commu-
nist, or socialist country.

“TI was surprised when I
heard somebody here in gov-
ernment say that private
enterprise could not compete
with the rates they give. I
have never heard such fool-
ishness in all my life. I don’t
doubt that they can, but pri-
vate insurance companies
have to pay staff out of the
money they collect.

“Government can subsidize
this with some taxes from you
to drop the price, to beat the
price, and everybody knows
it. Why lie to the people? If

you like it, tell them what it is.
But, unfortunately, in the
Bahamas we Bahamians will
let free things kill us. When
free things walk in the door,
common sense walks out,” he
said.

Mr Dupuch said that if the
government was sincere
about “helping the poor”
then they should not charge
them under the plan. In fact,
he said, this insurance scheme
does nothing more than pro-
tect the rich.

“You all are taking care of
the rich!” Mr Dupuch
exclaimed, “because you stop

at $60,000 and you’re-taking .

your pence from that level
up.” +

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Mr Dupuch was interrupt-

‘ed by Veronica Owens, PLP

MP for Garden Hills, who
asked Mr Dupuch how he
then expected government to
pay for the scheme.

To this Mr Dupuch
responded: “If she’d sit down,
listen, and learn a little bit I’d
tell her. The poor man would
find it hard to make $200 a
week — and we want to help
the poor man.

“So why do we put that cap
at $60,000 dollars? Why don’t
we get the money he would
be paying from the guy who
makes $100,000 dollars,

$200,000 dears; or $500,000

dollars? All he is doing is pay-
ing at $60,000 dollars. That is

where you'll get the money
from. From the rich. Not the
poor that you are claiming to
support,” he said.

Mr Dupuch asserted that
the plan then can be seen as
one mainly to get votes. How-
ever, he advised Prime Min-
ister Perry Christie that he
has an opportunity to go
down in history as the best
prime minister the Bahamas
has ever had if the NHI
scheme is implemented prop-
erly. However, to do so, he
said, he must not “run with
the crowd”, but be a leader,
to stop, look, and listen and
introduce a programme that
can help the Bahamas be a
model for the world to come.

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BIFF runs programme of
films for World AIDS Day

Friday, December 1, is Inter-
national HIV / AIDS Day, and
will be observed in The
Bahamas and around the world
under the theme, “You, Me,
Us... Time to Deliver, Stop
AIDS, Keep the Promise.”

There will be numerous
events that entire week in The
Bahamas to raise awareness of
the scourge which in The
Bahamas affects between 3,300
and 22,000 citizens.

Among these events will be a
presented by the
Bahamas International Film
Festival (BIFF), on Sunday,
December 10, 2006, from 5-6pm
at Galleria 6 JFK in Nassau,
"Panel on HIV/AIDS: An
exploration of the HIV/AIDS
pandemic in the Caribbean.”

This panel will feature some
of the most determined minds
working in The Bahamas and





US against, and bringing aware-
ness to, the disease - Dr Araceli
Castro, director, Harvard Uni-
versity, programme in infectious
diseases and social change;
Wellington Adderley, Bahamas
Network for Positive Living;
Camille Barnett, chair,
Bahamas AIDS Foundation,
moderator; Claus Mueller, pro-
fessor, Graduate Social
Research Program, CUNY.
There will also be screenings
of HIV/AIDS related films by
BIFF throughout the day at the
Galleria 6 JFK in Nassau.

THE ORIGINS OF AIDS
[Les Origines du SIDA] (2003,

‘Canada/France), directed by

Catherine Peix and Peter Chap-

pell. More than 20 years after

the IADS epidemic started, we
still do not know its origins. We
know for sure that: AIDS was





born from contact between
humans and chimpanzees
infected by the Simian Immune-
deficiency (SIV), a virus very
similar to HIV.

But where, when and how did
this devastating contact occur?
Many believe that the answer
is hidden in the research under-
taken by scientist Hilary
Koprowski to find a cure for
the polio epidemic. Between
1957 and 1960, Koprowski
injected his experimental vac-
cine into almost one million
Africans. Evidence shows that
Koprowski used chimpanzees
to manufacture his vaccine. The
scientific community is wrought
with dissension surrounding this
controversy. As the scientific
community’s ethical responsi-
bilities are called into question,
the debate over the origin of
AIDS continues to rage on.

LOVE PHOBIA
[Domabaem] (2006, South
Korea), directed by Kang Ji-
eun and starring Cho Seung-
woo, Kang Hye-jeong, Byeon
Ju-yeon. A couple who knew
each other when they were
younger are reunited, but the
woman seems to keep avoiding
a romantic relationship.

LUCKY (2005, South
Africa), directed by Avie
Luthra. An orphaned boy from
Zululand finds himself home-
less on the streets of Durbin
where his run-in with a racist
old Indian woman turns into a.
bond as an unlikely mother and |’

‘son.

For more information, call
242-356-5939 or visit
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workers take
part in an act in
support of ;
Cuban leader
Fidel Castro in
Havana, Cuba,
Wednesday,
Nov. 29, 2006.
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was too sick to
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Youngster

The 2006 Bahamas Interna-
tional Film Festival (BIFF) is
offering children an opportuni-
ty to learn the latest technology

in digital video by making their

own stop-motion 20-second
movie.

This programme will run
from Friday, December 8,
from 4.30-6.30pm, and Satur-
day and Sunday, December 9
and 10 from 2.30pm-4.30pm
and is targeted for children



aged 6-18 years old.

A director’s cut crew will
have Apple laptops in addition
to toys and clay to make the
film. After the film is shot the
crew will teach the children
how to digitally edit, enter
titles, sound effects, voice-overs
and compose their own sound-
track.

After working in this cre-
atively stimulating environment,
they will have the chance to

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burn their film on to a DVD
and take it home!

“Children leave our work-
shops feeling empowered by the
digital technology that they
have had the opportunity to
explore. They are able to trans-
form ideas into digital ideolo-
gies.

“Seeing a crew of six-year-
old film directors present their
stop-motion movie to an audi-
ence of hundreds with confi-

dence and excitement is a pro-
found moment that never
dulls,” states Bryan Goldmintz,
CEO of. operations for The
Director's Cut.

Below is the schedule of
movies during the Kids Fest
programme:

Friday, December 9

4.30pm-6.30pm: Kids Film
Workshop at the Staniel Cay
Room, Beach Towers, at
Atlantis.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, ene: PAGE 13

s to become filmmakers —

7pm - Hip Hop Kidz at the
Sandy Cay Room at Atlantis
Beach Towers

Saturday, December 10

Noon-1pm: Peace Tree at the
Sandy Cay Room at Atlantis
Beach Towers

2.30pm-4.30pm: Kids Film
Workshop at the Staniel Cay
Room, Beach Towers at
Atlantis

4.30pm-6.00pm: Lassie at the

sa Cay Room at Atlantis



WA nr ut rai

0 Bahama should suffer
“because they can’t afford health insurance,
_ however this effort should unite us, not divide us

The NCHR represents a cross-section of our nation’s leading business organizations, labour unions
and professional medical groups. We support a National Healthcare Plan because every Bahamian has
a right to healthcare. However, we believe that insufficient information has been provided to the public

- about the proposed National Healthcare Plan. We request that the government release all facts
and allow for meaningful consultation before making a final determination. We all want a plan
that will be financially viable and sustainable for generations to come.



upgrade the present healthcare infrastructure as a first priority

offer healthcare to all Bahamian residents

allow interested parties to be equitable partners in the articulation,
: development and execution of improved healthcare

provide a detailed breakdown of benefits under the system

~ allow the public to choose their insurance carrier and healthcare provider

establish an independent legislated body for the healthcare sector with the power
to address public or healthcare provider concerns and investigate violations
or breaches of the application of the National Health Plan

a financially viable ad sustainable plan that should not diminish or discourage :
the prospect of consistent economic growth, the creation of new jobs, the increase
in entrepreneurial Sppariunires, or create an undue burden on the people of The Bahamas






allow for a phased- in approach to healthcare
giving priority to those areas of public health that are most critical

The nation’s most significant legislation
in decades is being discussed in Parliament.
The Bahamian people need answers before it becomes law.
What’s the rush? Let s get it right.

Members of the National Coalition for Healthcare Reform
Medical Association of The Bahamas ¢ Bahamas Chamber of Commerce » National Congress of Trade Unions « Bahamas Hotel Association
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Association ¢ Bahamas Dental Association * Bahamas Motor Dealers Association * The Bahamas Manufacturers’ Agents and Wholesalers Association
Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association ¢ Nassau Institute » Grand Bahamas Chamber of Commerce ¢ Doctors Hospital » Bahamas General Insurance Association

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Beach Towers
Sunday, December 11
Noon-1pm: Peace Tree at the
Sandy Cay Room at Atlantis
Beach Towers
2.30pm-4.30pm: Kids Film

. Workshop at the Staniel Cay

Room, Beach Towers, Atlantis

4.30pm-6.00pm: Christmas
Carol at the Sandy Cay Room,
Atlantis Beach Towers

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HB KERZNER donates $25,000 to The AIDS Foundation: Kerzner International executives pre-
sented $25,000 to the AIDS Foundation at the recent 13th annual Red Ribbon Ball held at
Atlantis, Paradise Island. Pictured left to right is Nicole Henderson-Smith of Colinalmperial Insur-
ance; Camille Barnett, President of the AIDS Foundation of the Bahamas; Bernadette Christie,
wife of the Prime Minister of the Bahamas; Montgomery Braithwaite, President Colinalmper-
ial Insurance; Nan Palmer, Kerzner International Bahamas Limited Chief Operating Officer and
Ed Fields, Vice President of Public Affairs, Retail Services and General Manager of the Ocean

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as a part of the company’s on
~ofight «
HIV/AIDS in the country.
during the 13th Annual Red
Ribbon Ball, held in the’
Atlantis Grand Ballroom,
Paradise Island on Saturday,
November 25, 2006.

The gala event, which was
organised by Colinalmperial,
and its co-sponsors including
Kerzner International, a Plat-
inum Sponsor, was held
under the distinguished
patronage of Prime Minister
Perry. Christie and Mrs
Bernadette Christie under the
theme, ‘Still Keeping The
Promise.’ i

Kerzner International
Bahamas Limited Chief
Operating Officer, Nan
Palmer along with Ed Fields,
Vice President of Public
Affairs, Retail Services and
General Manager of the
Ocean Club Estates Home-
owners Association, made the
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er International.

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gram. And, as a part of our
ongoing relationship with the
AIDS.Foundation over the
last few years, we have donat-
ed about $1 million along
with our partners in the insur-
ance and banking industry.
We are happy to continue to
do this,” said Fields before
an excited audience.

Educate

Palmer stated that, “Kerzn-
er International has been con-

sistent in its commitment to.

working with the. AIDS
Foundation and the Bahamas
government to educate and
work with people who are
infected with HIV/AIDS in
the country in order to bring
the best possible solutions...”

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work, both in education and
in prevention discussions and
there is just great support at
the resort from the Kerzner’s

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and it gives us great pride to
host once again the Red Rib-

bon Ball,” Palmer concluded. ~
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its company’s policies. Its sup-
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Kerzner, Executive Chairman
of Kerzner International, the
resort and development com-
pany joined the Global Busi-
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Tuberculosis and Malaria
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ILLEGAL immigrants trying
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leaders summit, which will
decide the fate of Turkey’s
decades-old membership bid.

“We are in quite a problem-

atic situation,” said Sweden’s
Foreign Minister Carl Bildt.

“Opinions are divided on the

issue.”
- Divisions among EU leaders
were laid bare after the Euro-

pean Commission recommend-.
ed partially halting membership | .

talks to protest of Ankara’s
refusal to extend an agreed-to
customs union with Cyprus and
nine other countries that joined
the EU in 2004.

Prime Minister Tony Blair
called it a “serious mistake” to
send Turkey a negative mes-
sage on membership now, and
Spain’s Jose Luis Rodriguez
Zapatero urged leaders to
“work intensively” to keep the
EU’s doors open to Ankara.

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- ommendation for going too far

and risked destabilising the
region if Europe choses to
freeze its ties with Turkey,
which many see as a strategic
and stable partner in an other-
wise volatile region.

French President Jacques
Chirac said France “was in line
with Germany and other part-
ners” that the EU “has no other

_ choice” given Turkey’s refusal

to adopt a customs pact with the
EU, which would open Turkish
ports to Cyprus — a country that
Ankara refuses to recognise.
Turkey’s Prime Minister
Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted

with dismay.

“Such a decision is unaccept-
able,” private NTV television

quoted Erdogan as saying dur- .

ing a NATO summit in Latvia.
“We will not allow anyone to
trample on our rights,” Egemen

Bagis, an aide to Erdogan, told

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the barrels in the background, in the divided capital Nicosia,
Cyprus, on Wednesday. Cyprus and Greece urged the EU to
senda message to Turkey Wednesday but found themselves. tak-
ing a back seat in regional disputes with Ankara for the first time
in a quarter century.

the bloc and potentially dam-
age the EU’s image on the
world stage. Negotiations start-
ed in October 2005.

"We confirm that these nego-
tiations continue, although at a
slower pace,” EU Enlargement
Commissioner Olli Rehn told
reporters. “Failure to meet legal
obligations cannot remain with-
out consequences.”

Rehn added, however, that
Turkey still had time to resolve
the standoff over Cyprus and
avert a firm EU decision to par-
tially freeze the negotiations.

The recommendation, drafted
by Rehn, called on EU govern-
ments not to open negotiations
on issues that touch upon
Turkey’s relations with Cyprus.
‘These include such issues as the
free movement of goods, finan-

cial services, agriculture, fish-

eries, transport policy, customs
union policy and external rela-
tions issues.

They would officially suspend
eight of 35 so-called policy chap-
ters in the negotiations, which
have already effectively been at
a. standstill since September,
after Cyprus, Greece and France

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decade, and which the EU said
offered “no guarantee” of.even-
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have taken a hard line against
Turkey. in recent months over
the standoff, demanding that
talks be suspended. Britain,

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AZERBAIJAN’S president
on Wednesday rejected claims
he is suppressing dissent, accus-
ing the opposition of politicising
the eviction of a newspaper from
its offices and insisting that free-

dom of speech and the media-

are government priorities,
according to Associated Press.

“There is freedom of speech
and the press in Azerbaijan, and
nobody should doubt it,” Ilham
Aliyev said in a state television
interview.

Azerbaijani authorities threw
a leading opposition newspaper
and political party out of their
offices lac weekend in a move
that was derided by opponents
as part of a campaign to silence
dissent and drew criticism from
the United States and a key
trans-Atlantic security and
democracy group.

The ex-Soviet republic’s Eco-
nomic Court ordered the evic-
tions Friday after the govern-
ment demanded thousands of
dollars (euros) worth of back
rent from the opposition news-
paper Azadliq, which leased a
building in central Baku that
also housed the headquarters

of the Popular Front party and
other organisations.

“The opposition has artifi-
cially politicised such a technical
issue as the move of the news-
paper. Supposedly the Azer-
baijani authorities want to stran-
gle the media,” Aliyev said.
“On the contrary, we have now
created very acceptable and
excellent conditions for the
paper.”

Authorities on Saturday cart-
ed the possessions of Azadliq
from its offices to a building fur-
ther from central Baku, but the
paper’s deputy editor, Ali Rza-
yev, said employees, found the

small space the government -

offered as its new offices occu-
pied by people who refused to
vacate it.

Rzayev said Saturday that
regardless of whether the space
offered by the government was
adequate, the paper does not
want to move there because its
eviction was “a political act that
we will not accept.”

Aliyev’ said that “providing

for the freedom of speech.and _

the press is a priority issue” for
the government.

He also said that the inde-.

pendent TV station ANS, which
was taken off the air Friday,

might be able to resume broad-
casts if it heeds the demands of
the National Broadcasting
Council, which refused to
extend the station’s license.
Station officials said last week
that they had received no offi-
cial notification of the decision
to halt its broadcasts and that
the government had done so

_ without the necessary court

decision. Opposition leaders
said the move was part of a

state campaign against free.

speech.

The United States and the

Vienna, Austria-based Organi-
zation for Security and Coop-
eration in Europe have sharply
criticized the evictions and the
refusal to renew ANS’ license.
The US Embassy said Saturday
that “these actions represent a
severe blow to media freedom
and democratic development in
Azerbaijan.”

Opposition parties and inde-
pendent media outlets have suf-
fered frequent harassment in
the oil-rich Caspian Sea state,
ruled for years by members of
the same family — first by for-
mer Communist boss Geidar
Aliev and now by his son who
was elected in a 2003 vote
denounced by the opposition.



HI BRITAIN’S Prince Charles, left, sits on a throne alongside the Emir of Kano, right, at the.
Emir’s paiace in Kano, Nigeria, on the third day of his West African tour on Wednesday. Prince.
Charles reaffirmed Britain’s commitment to help improve the lives of some of Africa’s poorest
people. Charles spoke of the partnership between the UK and Nigeria to tackle the west African
nation’s pressing social, education and health problems as he toured the north of the country.

Independent commission
says Ethiopia and
Eritrea must accept

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AN international arbitration
panel ordered Ethiopia and
Eritrea on Wednesday to settle
their long-running border dis-
pute within a year or accept a
boundary drawn up using mod-
erm mapping techniques and
aerial photos, according to
Associated Press.

The independent panel — the
Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary
Commission — issued a binding
ruling on the border in 2002,
but Ethiopia has refused to
implement it. Since then, both
sides have blocked moves to fix
border pillars on the ground,
and have come close to reviving
their armed conflict.

Earlier this month, the border
commission said it was drawing
up maps to clearly show the
border.

“Tt is only possible to demar-
cate a boundary by the fixing
of boundary pillars with the full
cooperation of both the states
concerned,” the panel of five
experts said Wednesday in a
written statement.

"As the Commission evi-
dently cannot remain in exis-
tence indefinitely, it proposes
that the parties should, over the
next 12 months ... consider their
positions and seek to reach
agreement on the emplacement
of (border marking) pillars,” the
commission said.

If the countries fail to agree
on the border, “the Commis-
sion hereby determines that the
boundary will automatically
stand as demarcated by the
boundary points” it has drawn
up.
The commission said that
since neither country was will-
ing to allow construction of pil-
lars marking out the border pro-
posed in 2002, it had resorted
to using aerial photos and mod-
ern techniques to establish a
new boundary, though it

. stressed the new line “does not-

differ significantly” from the
2002 proposal. ;

Relations between Eritrea
and Ethiopia have been
strained since Eritrea gained its
independence from Ethiopia in
1993 following a 30-year guer-
rilla war. 6

The two fought again in 1998-
2000 over the disputed border.
A separate commission issued a
ruling last year blaming Eritrea
for igniting the war when it tried
to seize Badme, a border town
held by Ethiopia. The 2002 bor-
der ruling awarded Badme to
Eritrea.

A UN peacekeeping force
has been monitoring the buffer
zone since a cease-fire agree-
ment was signed.

The commission was set up
by the Permanent Court of
Arbitration, the world’s oldest
international court, which is
based in The Hague.

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TENSIONS between Britain and
Russia have been aggravated by the
poisoning death of a former Russ-
ian spy in London — an issue that
could strain sensitive negotiations
on issues as diverse as energy,
NATO expansion, and the nuclear
ambitions of Iran and North Korea,
according to Associated Press.

Britain has been careful not to

blame the Kremlin for the death of
Alexander Litvinenko — a former
KGB agent and fierce critic of Russ-
ian President Vladimir Putin. But
criticism of Putin’s increasing author-
itarianism has intensified since the
poisoning — even within Prime Min-
ister Tony Blair’s Cabinet.
. British legislator Malcolm Bruce
accused Russia on Tuesday of back-
sliding on democracy, human rights
and media freedoms.

“We have.treated Mr. Putin with
too much respect while we have been
watching him pursue these post-Sovi-
et tendencies,” the Liberal Democrat
lawmaker told The Associated Press.
‘“T think we have a situation where
there is a growing realization that
you can’t really trust Russia.”

Hain accused Putin over the week-
end of “attacks on individual liberty
7. and on democracy” — some of the
strongest government comments
against the: Russian leader since
Litvinenko’s death from the radioac-
tive substance polonium-210.

The diplomatic situation has not
been helped by the cloak-and-dag-
ger intrigue surrounding Litvinenko’s
death, which has made it a front-
page story for weeks. The dramatic
tale has generated a flurry of edito-
rials cautioning the British govern-
ment to beware of the Kremlin, its
former Cold War adversary.

- Before his death, Litvinenko told
police he believed he was poisoned
Nov. 1 while investigating the Octo-
ber killing of Russian journalist
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spotlight back onto Politkovskaya’s
killing, high doses of polonium, a
radioactive isotope usually manu-
factured in specialized nuclear facil-
ities, were found in Litvinenko’s
body.

“This is one hiccup in a fit of hic-
cups,” a British government official,
who refused to be named because
he is not authorized to speak to the
media, told The Associated Press on
Tuesday. “It’s difficult when you see
the headlines everyday. It’s even
more difficult to convince the Rus-
sians that we have no control over
the media.”

Critics

Relations between Russia and
Britain have been rocky since the
end of the Cold War, largely because
London has given a safe haven to
some of the fiercest and wealthiest
critics of the Kremlin. Some of Lon-
don’s growing dominance as a lead-
ing financial capital has been due to
its ability to attract billionaire oli-
garchs who fell out of favor with the
Putin regime.

Most notable among them is Boris
Berezovsky, a self-exiled, tycoon,
Kremlin critic and friend of Litvi-
nenko who is wanted in Russia on
money-laundering charges. Litvi-

‘nenko was granted political asylum ~

here in 2000. And Akhmed Zakayev,
a representative of late Chechen
rebel chief Aslan Maskhadov, also
lives in London.

But energy and security concerns
mean any diplomatic fallout over
Litvinenko’s death is likely to be
short-lived.

Europe’s dependence on Russia’s
vast oil and natural gas reserves has
caused Western leaders to shy away
from pressuring Putin too hard over
human rights issues. At an EU-Rus-
sia summit last week,, Litvinenko’s
death was barely mentioned.

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pean Union where Russia continues
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official told AP. “We look at the
relationship in terms of.a broader
EU approach.”

Russia is also a key player on the
U.N. Security Council, where it is a
veto-wielding permanent member

whose cooperation is needed in any °

major world initiative concerning
North Korea and Iran, which has
been defying demands that it cease
enrichment of uranium, which can
be used in nuclear weapons.

“No resolution is going to be effec-
tive unless the Russians agree to it,”
the British diplomat said.

Alex Pravda, a Russia expert at
the London-based Chatham House
think tank, said Litvinenko’s death
has “cooled” relations between
Britain and Russia but doubted it
would have a long-term effect on
core diplomatic relations.

“This will pass. But it doesn’t
help,” he said.

Russian Foreign Ministry
spokesman Andrei Krivtsov said the
diplomatic divide has been inflated
by the media.

“There is.a hullaballoo in the press
— a lot is being written and said
about it,” Krivtsov told the AP. “But
to say that this topic overshadowed
Russia’s negotiations with its West-
ern partners — there are no grounds
for that.”

Cabinet leaders have held emer-
gency meetings since the death over
public concerns about the death. Sev-
eral sites across London have report-
ed traces of radiation and a handful
of people have reported symptoms
consistent with radiation poisoning.
Opposition leaders have also
demanded that the government
explain how the deadly nuclear mate-
rial used to poison Litvinenko found
its way into Britain.

Blair said Tuesday en route to the
NATO summit in Latvia that inves-

' tigators.were determined to solve

the mystery of Litvinenko’s death.
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Putin, but I will do so at any time it is

appropriate,” Blair said in Copen- |

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building a brewery and looking for technical personnel. This was
what I was looking at as an avenue to break away from the status
quo, to step into new industry as far as The Bahamas was
concerned, And as the saying goes “the rest is history."

Q. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER YEAR?
A. The question for me can be answered very simply; it is the
constant change in technology which leads to the change and
upgrade of equipment. I find the training, installing and repairing
these new equipments challenging and rewarding.

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Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GROWN OVER THE YEARS, DO
YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO
GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?
A. For me this answer has to be yes. I joined CBL as a Jr.
Electrician and today I am the Engineering Manager. This is quite
an opportunity to grow.

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Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH MANY
MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS. WHAT HAS BEEN
YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE DIFFERENT CULTURES
AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE BEEN REPRESENTED OVER THE
PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST FAVORABLE EXPERI-
ENCE?
A. My experience is you have to be flexible not piled. Open

“tHE CBL TEAM 20.YEARS AGO?

of different cultures and personalities.

profession,

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GROWN OVER

_ A. The days when GM- Mr. Veersteg used to have staff General

Meetings at South Ocean because in those days we did not have
_a meeting facility! Our GMs always did what was necessary to
make our lives comfortable, they still do today.

Q. Wuar HAS BEEN YOUR CAREER PATH me at CBL? Deratr
YOUR JOURNEY.

A. [Industrial Mechanic] My career path journey at CBL has

been challenging as an Industrial Mechanic, and now Mechanic

Supervisor; throughout the years, I decided to try my best to dedl AGAIN?
with and overcome those challenges, by keeping mS headtothe A. Yes
ground end moving. to bea

-Q. WHat. HAVE you ENJOYED Most OVER THE ean
A. Over the years, I have enjoyed the challenges that come.
along with training and the opportunity to work for a Brewery.

1
sa

all over ar again,

~Q. We ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE; WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO COME AND JOIN

Q. What Has BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER YEAR?
‘A. My motivation year after year has been the chailenaite projects, new machinery and a love for my

OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?
A. Yes because 1 I have had the opportunity to travel abroad for training and also receive training on the job.

Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN THE
YEARS THAT LIE AHEAD?

A. Being the only Brewery in the Bahamas at this time, I think
Commonwealth Brewery will experience some competition in
the years that lie ahead. Competition is the name of the game
today, and conipetitors are rising up.

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE,
FORTITUDE, FORTHRIGHTNESS AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE IN y//
20 YEARS AT CBL. - : if
KEEP REACHING FOR THE STARS! JOB WELL DONE.

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Q. WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED MOST OVER THE YEARS?

A. What I have enjoyed was the opportunity to travel from
Atlanta, California, Holland, Indiana, St. Lucia and Vietnam. The
main purpose for these trips was for training; however, it gave me
the opportunity to experience different cultures which most
certainly was an enjoyable experience.

Q. WouLp you RECOMMEND COMMONWEALTH BREWERY TO UP
AND COMING HIGH POTENTIALS FOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY?
Wuart 1s CBL’s STRONGEST SELLING POINT FROM YOUR PERSPEC-
TIVE?

A. Yes I would. CBL is the type of ecniniany that if you are willing,
dedicated and have a level of flexibility, you can experience great
opportunities.

Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN THE YEARS

"(THAT LIE AHEAD?

A. I envision the company being run entirely by Bahamians,
maintaining world class brewing standards. In addition to taking its
products not only to a few U.S. states, but to all and to all the
islands in the Caribbean.

Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO. YOUR COLLEAGUES THAT
WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR CBL EXPERIENCE?

_A. Like life, you get out what you put in; 15% in 15% out, 8 80% in

80% out, need I say more.

Q. HINDSIGHT BEING 20/20, WOULD YOU DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN?
A. Life is never perfect and of course if I had the opportunity to do
it again I would change a few things...but then again perhaps not.

OK, it was not all perfect but the imperfection is what has made my. /

experience unique, I wouldn' t change anything, and. L would do it),

Coxorarutarions ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE,

A. The new technology that was going to be a part of the Brewery and the opportunity to work wey people

THE YEARS, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE AFFORDED THE

sary to make our lives



Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR COLLEAGUES »
THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR CBL EXPERIENCE?

A. To further enhance my colleagues experience, I would
advise them to really have a love for his/her job; get facts in
order to execute a task rather than relying on assumptions and
to always be to work on time.

Q. HINDSIGHT BEING 2.0/2.0, WOULD YOU DO IT ALL OVER

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Q. WE ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE; WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO
COME AND JOIN THE CBL TEAM 20 YEARS AGO?
A. The new technology that the Brewery was bringing to The Bahamas.

Q. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER veKn?
A. The mindset of improving myself along with the technological changes of uhee equipment.

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GROWN OVER THE YEARS, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE
AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?

A. Yes. The training to enhance my mechanical and welding skills in order to perform at a
professional standard.

Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH

MANY MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS.

WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE
st ae DIFFERENT CULTURES AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE
BEEN REPRESENTED OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS
BEEN YOUR MOST FAVORABLE EXPERIENCE?
A. In general, my experience has been good in interact-
ing with the different cultural personalities. My most
favorable experience was being afforded the opportunity
to train at the G.T.I Welding Plant in The Netherlands.

" Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN
THE YEARS THAT LIE AHEAD?
A. Diversifying its product line to include soft drinks
complementing Vitamalt and Vitamalt Plus.

Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR
COLLEAGUES THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR,

DETAIL YOUR JOURNEY. CBL EXPERIENCE? ~ ‘
“oat _ ~< A. Semi-skilled Welder to Welder; Mechanical Fitter, A. To appreciate the now CBL experience; embrace the
viel _€ : tee Pipe Fitter, Fabricator, Certified Tig Welding, Stainless challenges that promote growth; develop a positive

Steel Specialist, ].C.C Representative and now Union mental attitude toward your work; whatever your
Shop Steward. 2 hands find to ee do it as unto the Lord.

Q. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR CAREER PATH WHILE AT CBL?

OQ. HINDSIGHT BEING 20/20, WOULD YOU Do IT ALL
OVER AGAIN?
A. Yest ould

Q. WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED MOST OVER THE YEARS?: |
A. The opportunities to grow to your fullest potential.
The « ealenses opr new y Engineering) projects. My fetow

Q. We ARE CELEBRATING WITH YOU TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE; WHAT MOTIVATED YOU TO
Shae ! COME AND JOIN THE CBL TEAM 20 YEARS AGO?
2 “le ees 7 A. My dear departed father put me in his place here and I try my bei to > walk in his
iputetees and learn different things from CBL everyday. 8,
Q. WHat HAS BEEN YOUR MOTIVATION YEAR AFTER YEARP +, a :
A. My motivation year after year was interacting with new ‘team ieniliers and managers.
It was a joy meeting different people and learning different things.

Q. ComMOonWEALTH BREWERY HAS. GROWN OVER THE YEARS, DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU WERE
AEFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW WITH THE COMPANY? IF YES, IN WHICH WAYS?

A. Yes, my time was well spent with the company. I learned and grew very strong within
my department.

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achieve at

-Q. COMMONWEALTH BREWERY HAS GONE THROUGH Q. WHERE DO YOU ENVISION THE COMPANY GOING IN
MANY MANAGEMENT TEAM CHANGES OVER THE YEARS. THE YEARS THAT LIE AHEAD?
WHat HAS BEEN YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH THE A.. I [Malachi Reckley] envision this company in the
DIFFERENT CULTURES AND PERSONALITIES THAT HAVE BEEN _ year’s that lie ahead with even more success.
REPRESENTED OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS? WHAT HAS BEEN
YOUR MOST FAVORABLE EXPERIENCE? Q. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR
A. My most favorable experience was learning we are all COLLEAGUES THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR CBL
different people and we came to learn and respect each — EXPERIENCE?
others cultures and personalities. A. My advice would be to learn and take aiausage of
. everything that you can learn and achieve at CBL. Hard
Q. Wat HAS BEEN YOUR CAREER PATH WHILE AT CBL? “work here pays off in the end for you and your family.
DETAIL YOUR JOURNEY.
A. Thave always wanted to become an Engineer and I. Q. HINDSIGHT BEING 26/20, WOULD YOU DO IT ALL
hope to become Chief Engineer one day at CBL. lam OVER AGAIN?
presently and have been a line technician. A. Yes I would and I wouldn't change anything pecause
it was a blessing being here.



Q. WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED MOST OVER THE YEARS? :

A. Over the years I enjoyed the seminars, the events and CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE,

the hard work. 1 enjoy meeting new members of staff and I FORTITUDE, FORTHRIGHTNESS AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE —

enjoy working here at CBL for 20 a sO AN 20 wears Ar CBL. |
KEEP REACHING FOR THE STARS! JOB WELL DONE.

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NHI Bill: ‘We cannot _
afford to miscalculate’ «airs

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

he Bahamas “can-

not afford a mis-

calculation” of the

proposed National

Health Insurance
(NHI) plan’s true costs, the
National Coalition for Health-
care Reform said last night @ th
the business community incfeas-
‘ ingly worried about the “exces-
sive and onerous” penalties they
face in the Bill.

In an open letter to the
Bahamian people, the Coalition
warned that other countries
where similar NHI schemes had
been implemented - such as the
UK and Canada - the costs of
financing healthcare had ulti-
mately “‘spiralled out of control”
due to a combination of rising
costs for medical technology and
an ageing population.

The Coalition said it was still

Coalition concerned on excessive penalties compared to labour
laws; accuses Clause 14 of regulating ae contracts

waiting to receive from the Min-
istry of Health and other gov-
ernment agencies information
that was critical in helping it,
and the Bahamian people, judge
whether the Government’s pro-
posed scheme was financially
sustainable over the long-term
(see other story on Page 1B).

The Coalition said: “We could
find ourselves in the same kind
of situation [as the UK and
Canada]. Then it will be deter-
mined that the 5.3 per cent tax is
insufficient, and: the tax will be
increased or services to the pub-
lic will need to be curtailed. Our
country cannot afford such a
miscalculation.”

Tt added that as currently pro-

posed, the Government’s NHI.

Bill would “lock us into a flawed
approach”.

Meanwhile, The Tribune has
learned that the Bahamian busi-
ness community has become
increasingly concerned about
the penalties the NHI Bill pro-
poses to impose on employers
who fail to obtain the Govern-
ment’s permission to amend
their private group health insur-
ance plans for staff so there is no
overlap with NHI.

- The penalty for this, as envis-
aged by the Bill, is a fine of
$10,000 and/or imprisonment for
five years, something Bahami-
an employers: believe is exces-
sive and much harsher than the
penalties employers could suf-

in,2001. :

The Employment Act, Mini-
mum Wages Act and Health
and Safety at Work Act do not
include any penalties involving
jail time,.and the maximum fine
is $10,000.- something employ-
ers believe should be the same
in the NHI legislation.

Winston Rolle, a consultant
to the Coalition and former
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce president, said yesterday
of the NHI penalties: “From the
business person’s perspective,
and given the comparatives of
what type of penalties are, out-
lined in the labour laws, they’re

nowhere near what’s in ‘place.

here.

addressed in the abou: Acts:
that would suffice that do not

‘need to be stipulated i in | this leg:

islation:”
And, again, both the Coali-

tion and private sector:are. |

understood to be calling for the
removal of Clause 14 of the NHI

- Bill in its entirety, one source

saying it was viewed as taking

away the constitutional rights of

employers and employees “to

- negotiate the terms:and condi-
_ tions of their employment”.
The business community:

believes that is simply not nec-
essary for Bahamian companies
to obtain the Government’s Pet

fer under the labour laws passed °

“There are a number of things

SEE page 6B



Charter firms bank
minister’s fishing limits

H By CARA BRENNEN-
BETHEL,
‘ Tribune Business —
Reporter

THE proposed reductions in-
catch limits for sports fishing ,

vessels will take effect from New
Year 2007, Agriculture and
Fisheries Minister, Leslie Miller,
announced yesterday,a move
backed by many Bahamians in
the industry.

The new limits, which Mr
‘Miller said will also include a
ban on all sports fishing for
conch, is an attempt to elimi-
nate foreign fishermen from tak-
ing advantage of Bahamians
fishing resources.

The amendments, which will.

come into effect on January 1,
2007, are:

* From the existing six craw-
fish per person to six per vessel.

* From six conchs per person
to prohibiting the catching of
conch

* From 20 pounds of demer-
sal fish, such as groupers and
snappers, per person to 20

SEE page 10B





LESLIE MILLER |

Emerald Bay resort
owners mull options

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE owners of Exuma’s
Four Seasons Emerald Bay
resort are continuing to search
for a buyer for the propegty or
new investors with additional
capital, after a potential deal
involving a private equity con-
sortium, fell through, sources
told The Tribune yesterday.

Discussions are underway
concerning Emerald Bay’s
future ownership, The Tribune
has been told, although nothing
has been decided yet. Kevin
Clemente, Emerald Bay’s pres-
ident and chief executive, has
not returned this newspaper’s
numerous phone messages seek-
ing comment.

One source yesterday said of
Emerald Bay: “They’re putting
it up for sale.” However, it is
unclear at this point whether the
ownership group has decided
upon a sale or an attempt to
attract new investor capital.

The Tribune:revealed in May
2006 that two private equity
firms, Whitehall Street Real
Estate Funds and Rockpoint,
had signed a Letter of Intent to
acquire Emerald Bay, but the
deal did not progress beyond

Sale or attracting new
investors contemplated

the initial due diligence...

Whitehall acts as the vehicle
for all private equity real estate
investments made by Wall
Street investment bank Gold-
man Sachs, and was part of the
buyout group put together by
Sol and his son, the later Butch
Kerzner, that took Kerzner
International private.

The Four Seasons Emerald
Bay resort was the first so-called
‘anchor’ property to open in the
Family Islands, having been
approved by the former FNM
administration and opening in
November 2003 under Prime
Minister Perry Christie’s gov-
ernment. .

The resort has acted as Exu-
ma’s main economic engine,
attracting additional foreign
direct investment to the island.
It employs almost 500 staff, and
features an 18-hole Greg Nor-
man Golf Course, two restau-
rants, three pools, spa, six meet-
ing rooms and 450-person

SEE page 10B

NHI to ‘lock us into flawed programme’

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE Government’s proposed National Health

._Insurance (NHI) Bill “will lock us into a flawed

approach” to financing healthcare in the Bahamas,
the National Coalition for Healthcare Reform
warned yesterday, removing an employer and
employee’s “right to choose” who provided this.

In‘an open letter to the Bahamian people, the
Coalition urged that rather than rush the Bill
through Parliament this month, the Government
would do better to defer it until there had been
sufficient time to analyse and comment on it.

As written, the Coalition warned that the Bill
would “take away an employee's right to choose,
requiring that they pay for two plans - the Gov-
ernment's plan and their privately insured plan”,
and “impose stiff fines and penalties for non-
compliance”.

It added that the Bill would “allow for increas-
es in contribution rates by employers and employ-
ees with relative ease every three years, when

there i is no guarantee that existing and projected
costs and programme management details are
made public on a timely basis”...

The Coalition said the proposed legislation did
not hold the Government accountable for pro-
viding timely and annual audits and actuarial
reviews, and making them public, and did not
provide for enough medical and business profes-
sionals to sit on the Commission charged with
administering the NHI plan.

In addition, no provision had been made for a
Health Ombudsman, or independent body estab-
lished in statute, that would deal with health care
provider or public concerns relating to NHI, par-
ticularly cost and the quality of service.

The Coalition said details on the proposed NHI

plan had been “sorely lacking”, with the Gov-

ernment having given many presentations about
what it was going to do and providing generalities.
Yet, it argued, this did not constitute true con-

SEE page 13B

Brazilian
bank

Bahamas
financial

institution

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

A BAHAMIAN financial

institution has been sold by

Bank of America, one of the
world’s largest financial services
groups, to a Brazilian conglom-

erate in a $155 million deal that .

also involves a Miami-based
affiliate.’
BankBoston Trust Company,

which is based in Charlotte

House on the corner of Char-
lotte and Shirley Streets, has
been sold to Investimentos Itau
in a deal that also includes the

' purchase of BankBoston Inter-

national.

John Yiannacopoulos, a Bank
of America spokesman, yester-
day told The Tribune that it was

likely that all BankBoston Trust .

Company’s Bahamian staff
would stay with the bank and
become. part of the Investimen-
tos Itau set-up:

He said: “We anticipate,

although the decision has yet to.

be made, that the majority of
our associates will transition to
Itau as. well.”

i)

Mr Yiannacopoulos said -*}

Bank of America did not reveal
staff numbers at any of its insti-
tutions as a matter of policy.

“However, combined, Bank-
Boston Trust Company and its
Miami affiliate had $3.7 billion
in client assets under manage-
ment and.administration, and a
total of 5,500 client relation-
ships.

BankBoston Trust Compa-
ny’s main client market is Latin
America, providing private
wealth management, asset pro-

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Taking “di-strain’

OF Over commercial |

lease terms

A LEASE is a contractual
agreement between the land-
lord (the person renting out the
business space) and the tenant
(the person/entity to whom the
business space is rented), which
outlines the duration of the
rental agreement, rental
amount, and terms and condi-
tions of the tenancy. The latter
will include any and all restric-

tions, duties, rights, responsi-.

bilities and obligations of both
parties.

A lease may also be for a
short, or long term. However,
there are certain characteristics
that must exist for a lease to be
considered a valid lease.

1. The tenant must have the
right to exclusive possession of
the premises that is-the subject
of the lease. If the person grant-
ing the lease remains in general
control of the demised premis-
es, no tenancy is created.

Additionally, if there is no
defined premises for the lease,
only a contractual obligation to
provide storage for goods with
no defined space, this arrange-
ment would be considered a
mere licence and not a tenancy,
notwithstanding language in the

tenancy document indicating

the intention to create a lease.
2. A lease cannot be for an
uncertain period.
3. A lease must also be creat-
ed in the proper way, following

the relevant legal formalities,
particularly if it is a lease to cre-
ate.a legal estate (which should
be made by deed for enforce-
ability and assignment).

Types of Commercial

Leases

1. A lease may be granted for
a fixed period of certain dura-
tion, whether short or long
term. However, both the com-
mencement and duration of the
lease must either be certain - or
be rendered certain - before the
lease takes effect. A lease for a
fixed period automatically
determines when the fixed-peri-
od expires on the lease.

2. A yearly tenancy is one
that continues from year to year
indefinitely until terminated by
proper notice, notwithstanding
the death of the landlord or ten-
ant, or the assignment of inter-

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3. Generally, a yearly tenancy
may be created by implication
in instances where a person
occupies premises with the own-
er’s consent, particularly in cir-
cumstances where a tenancy
was intended, and rent charged
or measured for a year is paid
and accepted, unless there is
evidence that a different type
of tenancy was intended.

4, Monthly, weekly and other

" periodic tenancies may also be

created in the same way as year-
ly tenancies, whether by express
agreement or inference. This
happens when payment and
acceptance of rent is
charged/measured for a month,
a week or quarter, and the par-
ties intended there to be a ten-
ancy.

5. A tenancy at will is where a
tenant, with the consent of the
landlord, occupies premises as a

tenant on terms that either par-.

ty may terminate the tenancy
at any time. Unless parties
under a tenancy at will agree
that the tenancy will be rent
free, the landlord is entitled to
some compensation for use and
occupation of the premises. A

‘tenancy at will terminates when~ - ‘
either the landlord or the tenant’ /

does any act that is incongru-
ent with the continuance of the
tenancy (either party gives
notice to terminate the tenan-

cy).

General Provisions of
. a Commercial Lease

In addition to the parties,
premises, rent and duration, a
commercial lease should speci-
fy the rights, duties, responsi-
bilities and obligations of the
landlord and tenant (and in
some instances, the sub-tenant).
The parties may also agree by
bound the ‘usual covenants’.

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BUSI |
Investor aims to be ‘fully

operational’ by Q2 2007

A WIRELESS product man-
ufacturer is aiming to have its
proposed Grand Bahama plant
“ fully operational” by the 2007
second quarter, the company
said yesterday.

Pegasus Wireless Corpora-
tion, said it hoped to open a
190,000 square-foot Grand
Bahama facility, which it claims
will ultimately create some 280
jobs, in February, 2007 for light
assembly.

Jasper Knabb, Pegasus chief -

executive, said in a statement:
“We at Pegasus have enjoyed a
large amount of growth over the
past year, and have introduced
many products that are in high
demand from individual con-
sumers as well as businesses
worldwide.

“We realised the need. to
expand our manufacturing oper-
ations, and put a great deal of
time and consideration into the
location of our next venture.
Grand Bahama posed a won-
derful geographic vantage point
for us, as it expands our capa-
bilities into the Western Hemi-
sphere, and we are looking for-
ward to working closely with the
Bahamian government. to
ensure that this is a beneficial

endeavour for all parties

involved."

However, sources in Grand
Bahama have expressed doubt
that Mr Knabb will hit his open-
ing deadlines.

He is looking at two locations
- the old Home Centre building
on Peel Street, as well as 10
acres of land off Queen’s High-

way, as an alternative location ~

for the new plant.

The Peel Street property is in
need ‘of serious structural repairs
following the damage it suffered
from Hurricane Frances in Sep-

tember 2004, while the Queen’s .
Highway site is currently vacant _

land with no property on it.

Therefore, Mr Knabb has
plenty of construction work to
do, which some believe will take
a year to complete at best.

“We are currently working .

with First Caribbean Bank...and
the technology we will be bring-

ing is around $15 to $20 mil-
lion,” Mr Knabb said of his
plans last week.

Mr Knabb said the company
will be targeting young students
to employ and.train at the
Freeport plant.

The company, he said, will
start with light manufacturing
and assembly for the first 60
days in February and March,
and then move on to board lev-
el, building electronics just like
in China and Taiwan.

Mr Knabb said Grand
Bahama would be known as the
next “silicon island.”

“We think we are going to
have great success with your
youth. My goal is to establish

an education tour...talking to -

the schools,” he said.

- Mr Knabb, who has more
than 15 years experience in high
tech industry, said the compa-
ny recently launched a new rev-
olutionary wireless video
streaming technology that is not
made by anyone else in the
world.

He demonstrated the new
technology to Prime Minister
Perry Christie, who was very
impressed by the new cutting
edge technology of video
streaming with wireless moni-
tor.

“We literally cut the monitor
cable, which is a very significant
milestone in technology. In
2004, we were streaming video,
and in 2005 we had refined the
product enough to be able to
have a wireless monitor.

“In January, 2006, I showed
for the first time to the world,
true DVD quality streaming
video. On October 1, that video
streaming shipped internatian-
ally, and I am pleased to say that

three days ago, the US domestic.

version of streaming video just
began to ship, and the signifi-
cance of this is very simple, no-
one else on the planet can do
this.

“We are the only ones and we
have stirred up quite a bit in the
US with this,” said Mr Knabb.

“Six months ago, our compa-
ny decided to expand its manu-
facturing and we were getting
ready to open a plant in Mexico.
We currently have manufactur-
ing facilities in Taiwan and Chi-
na, but due to location and gov-
ernment policies, we have not

-been pleased with these facili-

ties.

“T had the great fortune of
meeting your Prime Minis-
ter...and we started discussions
of bringing our manufacturing
here i in the Bahamas, si ne said.

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‘ tection and estate planning ser-
vices to high net worth individ-
uals and institutions from that
region.

Mr Yiannacopoulos said
BankBoston Trust Company’s
sale was linked to a changé in
strategy by Bank of America
that was announced in May this
year.

He explained that Bank of
America had decided to exit its

_ traditional BankBoston con-
sumer banking branch busi-

‘nesses in Brazil, Chile and
Uruguay, a move that had.a
knock-on effect for the private
wealth management services
that it offered to the Latin
American region.

“As a result of that
announcement, our focus in
these markets changed dramat-
ically in terms of size and scale,”
Mr Yiannacopoulos said.

Added

He added that Bank of
America felt its private wealth
“management clients in Latin
America would be better served
by a large institutions, that had
the scale and on-ground pres-
ence to meet their needs, taking
the decision to sell its Bahamas-
based subsidiary to serve what it
perceived as its clients best

_ interests.

Bank of America sold its
BankBoston operations in
Brazil to Itau for $2.2 billion in
May 2006, and the disposals of

‘ the Chile and Uruguay opera-
tions followed in September, in
exchange for $650 million in
stock in Itau.

Bank of America’s interest in
Itau now stands at 11.5 per cent.

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PM to speak
at upcoming

conference

PRIME Minister Perry
_ Christie will be the keynote
speaker at the 16th annual
Bahamas Business Outlook
‘conference, which is scheduled
‘for January 9, 2007.
The forthcoming Business
*, Outlook is themed Economic
3" Year 2007: Opportunities, Plans
- and Outcomes, and will be held
at the Radisson Cable Beach
-'t Resort, beginning at 8.30am.
c% Joan Albury, conference
4's coordinator and president of
The Counsellors Ltd, said:
‘. “We are very pleased to bring
Bahamas Business Outlook
+" +'back home to New Providence,
“+ after taking it to the islands of
Abaco and Exuma recently.

Outlook

“The first ever Exuma Out-

_ look surpassed our expecta-
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‘excellent, some 200 people par-
eipated and the venue, the
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“class.

_ “Abaco was also an out-
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jr, to have outgrown the facility
;». we have used there for the past

"three years. The number of

ue t

people interested in these Out-

‘looks continues to increase.
We are very proud of this.”
. To register, or to find out
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NHI Bill: ‘We cannot afford to miscalculate’ —

FROM page 1B

mission to amend their private
group health plans for staff, to
ensure there is no overlap with
the benefits package offered by
NHI.

Clause 14 (1) of the NHI Bill
says that despite any agree-
ment a Bahamian employer
may have in place regarding
the provision of group health

insurance for his workers with
a trade union representing
them, or in their contracts of
employment, “every employ-
er is entitled to modify..... the
rate of contributions payable”
under this scheme, to elimi-
nate any duplication and
“overlap” of benefits with the
proposed NHI scheme.

Apart from the fact that this
seems to allow employers to

SLUTS tots

arbitrarily tear up any con-
tracts and agreements made
over the provision of private
health insurance for their staff,
the following clause, 14 (2), of
the Bill stipulates that “no
employer shall make any mod-
ification [to their private group
coverage] without obtaining
the prior written approval of
the Minister”. To obtain this
approval, all relevant informa-

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tion and materials, including a
copy of the group health plan,
has to be sent to the Minister.

Businesses fear Clause 14
could even be interpreted as
preventing companies from
dropping private group health
insurance for their employees
once NHI comes in.

Mr Rolle said previously that
although this clause appeared
to be in the Bill to deal with
any trade union or industrial
relations, it was “unnecessary”
because any changes to
employee packages and bene-
fits were covered by the labour
laws.

The Employment Act pro-
vides for more favourable

terms of employment, and the
business community is under-
stood to be arguing that Clause
14 effectively requires employ-
ers and employees to pay for

the same thing twice - NHI and

private health insurance.

The Tribune has also been
informed that the Coalition is
proposing that the NHI
scheme be audited, and have
an actuarial review carried out,
annually during its first five
years, with both reports tabled
publicly and in Parliament
within six months of fiscal
year-end.

Mr Rolle acknowledged yes-
terday: “That’s a concern. There
has to be transparency and

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accountability, especially when '
talking about money being,
deducted from people’s:
salaries.”

He conceded that while the!
Bill did contain a provision,

“that some sport of report” be

tabled in Parliament in relation
to the NHI scheme. “There has
to be a stipulation as to how |
long after the year ends this is |
tabled”.

Currently, the NHI Bill only '
provides for an actuarial review ,
every three years, with the first |
one to be performed on Decem-
ber 31, 2008, indicating the Gov- '
ernment is planning to imple- |
ment the scheme on January |, ,
2008.

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Administrative Assistant |

Are you an eratete(cit(er organized, hardworking individual who

seeks a career-oriented position with an established company? -

Then this might be the position for you!

Administrative Assistant needed to support busy Human Resources
Department in performing various clerical support duties.

Qualifications:

Strong organization skills

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Exceptional customer service skills
Team oriented

Ability to multi task

Enormous attention to detail

Goal oriented

Able to work in a fast paced, deadline oriented

environment

Solid data entry skills
Strong initiative
Results-driven

Basic working knowledge of computers and Windows —
software, in particular Word, Excel, Power Point

Great benefits include competitive salary commensurate with .
experience, free Training and development, Paid Vacation, Health
Insurance, Life Insurance ‘and more.

Interested persons should submit resume to:
Human Resources Manager

P.O. Box N-746
Nassau, Bahamas



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CHIEF ENGINEER
Out Iisiand Resort

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Job Description: -

The Chief Engineer is a member of the hotels Executive Committee. Previous experience in managing capital
projects is required. The ideal candidate will have outstanding communication, organizational and planning skills,
and the ability to-establish positive working relationships with vendors, and the other departments within the hotel.

- Position will be responsible for supervising/overseeing Maintenance Engineering and Landscaping.

- Requires Hotel Engineering supervisory experience.

- Requires a minimum of 5, year(s) of supervisory experience and a minimum of 5 year(s) of hotel maintenance
engineering experience. :

- Must-have experience at properties of similar size and quality.

- Position will be required to work a varied schedule that may include evenings, nights, and weekends.

Technical Requirements

- Create and implement preventive maintenance program.

- Strong technical skills. in HVAC, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, etc.

- Familiar with chillers, cooling towers, chemical treatments, pneumatics, control systems, water systems, boilers,
- refrigeration, compressors, etc. ‘ :

- Pool chemical testing must be completed and recorded once a day.

- Create and up keep civil, mechanical and structural as built drawings.

Managerial Requirements

- Ability to clearly and concisely present technical subjects.
- Demonstrate team building experience.
’ - Demonstrate ability to lead by example.
- Experience communicating, training, and managing multi-lingual staffs.
- Experience in training and cross-training employees.
- Experience in training and developing employees with limited education/experience.

Business Skills

- Strong technical skills

- Excellent time management skills.
- Strong organizational skills.

- Good knowledge of computers.

- Exceptional detail in follow-up.

- Solid scheduling experience.

Serious inquiries only need apply. Send Resume’s to:
The Manager,

P.O. Box N-4829
Nassau, Bahamas



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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
MUST SELL Seka

MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES



(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue) INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
ELEUTHERA _ MUST SELL
: MURPHY TOWN ABACO

Alll that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements,
in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera,
being No. 42, comprising of about 11,570 sq. ft.,
this site encompasses a 25 year old single story
home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one
incomplete), front room, dining, kitchen and basement
area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66 sq.
ft. and basement area about 144 sq. ft. This home
@ is in good condition. The land is flat and on a hill,
7 and is clear of all debis. Area is complete with all
goods, utilities and services available.

Appraisal: $108,934.00
This property is situated. on the northern side of the road
leading to the public cemetery and approximately 66 ft
westerly from the main Eleuthera Highway in the settlement
of Lower Bogue.

Alll that parcel of land having an approximate area of 9,000
sq ft, located on the above mentioned lot is a single family.
wooden structure, 25ft by 40 ft with asphalt shingled roof.
q This house is approximately 15 yr old and comprising of 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living/dining area and kitchen. This
house is in need of some serious repairs. The future life of
this house depends on the repairs that will be carried out.
Without repairs it is not more than about 5 years. If upgrading
| and maintenance is carried out it could be longer the land
rises above road level, to a height in excess of approximately
Loh above sea level, with no likelihood of flooding in a
‘hurricane.



Appraisal: $30,000.00
This house is located off the main Murphy Town Road about 150
ft to the Northeast of the corner and is painted blue trimmed white.



INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL
Lot N0.83, Lower Bogue
ELEUTHERA |



DUNDAS TOWN CROWN ALLOTMENT,
DUNDAS TOWN ABACO :

Alll that piece parcel or lot of land being No. 83'0n a plan
on record in the department of Lands and Survey as plan
no. 763 and comprising 21,674 sq. ft. this site encompasses
a 2 year old single storey home consisting of 2-bedrooms;
1 bathroom, living/dining room in one, and kitchen with a
: : , : : ; total living area of 1,452 sq. ft. There is also a unit to this
dimensions of 27 x40. This house is an approximate . structure to be used as a bakery which could bring in an
20 eel old “ingle farnily, teens ore raat average of approximately s606 iG $600 ber mnenth phere

-bedrooms, 1-bathroom, livi inin is also 2 covered porch areas to the front of this building,
kitchen. This house is in fairly Died condition for with an area of 90.4 sq. ft. (one at the front entrance and one at the entrance to the bakery) this home is
its age with a projected future life of about 25 to in very good condition and appears to have been built in accordance with the plans and‘specifications
30 more years. The land rises above road level, to as approved, and at a standard that was acceptable to the Ministry of Public Works. The land is flat and

a height in-excess of approximately 15ft above sea properly landscaped. aoe
level, with no likelihood of flooding in an hurricane. The grounds are sparsely landscaped. Appraisal: $177,412.00
' _ Appraisal: $90,000.00
This house is located in Dundas Town Abaco which is adjacent to Marsh Harbour and is painted
white trimmed teal green.

All that parcel of land having an area of 14,400 sq.
ft. being a portion of the Dundas Town Crown
allotment this land is rectangular in shape with
dimensions of 80 ft by 180. Located on the above
mentioned lot is a concrete block structure with



This property is situated on the Western side of the main Eleuthera Highway and approximately 1,200 ft Northerly from
four-for-nothing Road in the Settlement of Lower Bogue.



INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - MUST SELL
LOT NO. 4 GAMBLE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION

Alll that lot of land having an area of 5,000 sq. ft. being Lot No. 4 of the subdivision known and designated as Gamble Heights, the said subdivision
situated in the southern district of New Providence Bahamas. Located on the subject property is a single storey duplex apartment building containing
one 2, and one 1-bedroom apartment each unit consisting of 1-bath, closets, dining rooms and kitchen. This building is approximately 2 years old
with an enclosed living space of approximately 1,213 sq. ft. the land is one 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.

Appraisal: $143,217.60
Traveling south on Blue Hill Road take the first corner left after passing corner of Faith United Baptist Church and Primary School. This corner is slant and just

’ opposite St Vincent Road, then take second left (paved road) go all the way to the end around the curve then make a left then first right up the gravel road, all the
way over the hill. The subject duplex is the 3rd building on the right hand side painted light yellow trimmed white with high steps in front.





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LOT NO. 54 - MARSHAL ROAD

All that lot of land having an area of 41,130'sq. ft., being lot no. 54 located south of Marshal Road, in the Southern District of New Providence the
_ Bahamas. Located on this property is a front structure comprising of a duplex apartment single/multi family residence consisting of approiximately
1,410 sq. ft. of enclosed living space, with 2 one bedrooms, one bathroom, apartment, one side is about 75% complete. The rear section of the building
will consist of 6 one bedroom apartments. The work is approximately 25% complete. 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 improvement
including an incomplete wall in front of the property. The area is located just in front of the pond area so the possibility of moisture is possible, the
area was noted as dry at the time of inspection. :

Appraisal: $196,920.00

Travel west on Blue Hill Road, go past the intersection of Cowpen and Blue Hill Road, turn right onto Marshall Road (Adventure Learning Centre Coad), follow
the road to the Last curve before the beach. The subject property is about 100 ft on the right gray trimmed white with unfinished building attached.







_ (Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue) ELEUTHERA

All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62, comprising of
about 34,210 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 12 year old single storney home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, front room,
dining, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry room, with a total living area of approximately 2,342.06. Property also includes a double
car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of approximately 655.75. This home is approximately 85% completed. The property

is well landscaped with crab grass, fiascos and some fruit trees.

Appraisal: $235,638.00

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





LOT NO. 370 GRENADA CLOSE GOLDEN GATES #2 (Nassau)

All that lot of land having an area of 5,500 sq. ft., being lot 370 Grenada Close of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates No. 2,
situated in the Southwestern district of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of 25 years old single family residence consisting of
approximately 1,234 sq. ft., of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, living/dining room, and kitchen. The Land is on a grade and
level and appear to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds are fairly kept, with
improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed with chain linked fencing to the sides and rear.

Appraisal: $142,742.00
Traveling south along Blue Hill Road, turn right at the Farmers Market just after passing the Golden Gates Shopping Center, take 1st corner left,

Windward Isles Way, then take 3rd corner right, St Thomas Road, then first left, grenada Crest, drive around the bend then ‘st left again the subject
property is the 2nd property left house #4 painted peach trimmed black.

VACANT PROPERTIES

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: $37,440.00
DUNDAS TOWN
Lot #.21,. crown. allotment, this is vacant land approximately 10,810 sq. ft. situated off s.c. bootle drive. APPRAISAL: $15,890.00











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

For conditions of sale and other information contact

Philip White @ 502-3077 email philip.white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 email harry.collie@scotiabank.com






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