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The Tribune
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Tribune (Nassau, Bahamas)
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2006
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English
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paternity action.

AMERICAN photographer
Larry Birkhead has begun his
paternity action against Anna
Nicole Smith in the Bahamas
Supreme Court.

He is suing the former reality
show star for alleged conspiracy,
libel, slander and fraudulent
misrepresentation as part of his
bid to assert his claim that he is
father of her three-month-old
daughter.

Mr Birkhead was also set to
attend a Californian court with
his lawyer Debra Opri yester-
day for a ruling on a paternity
test. He claims Ms Smith and
her daughter fall under Cali-
fornian jurisdiction and wants
a DNA test to prove he is the
father.

‘Notice of the Bahamas action

name, Vicki Lynn Marshall,
with her lawyer-lover Howard
K Stern and the Registrar Gen-
eral of the Bahamas.

Damages claims have been
lodged against her and Mr Stern
alleging conspiracy in making a
joint request to the Registrar
General for Mr Stern to be list-
ed as father of Dannie Lynn
Hope, who was born at Doc-
tors Hospital on September 7.

Mr Birkhead also alleges libel
and slander in documents
signed-by Ms Smith-and-Mr
Stern claiming he is not:the
father.

in addition, -Mr Birkhead ‘is
seeking damages for alleged
fraudulent misrepresentation in
statements to the Registrar
General claiming: Mr Stern is

was filed by the law firm Alex- —_ the father.

iou Knowles and Company. The action against all three
Anna Nicole Smith is listed as.a

defendant under her other SEE page nine

Gibson: some ‘fast-tracked’
under FNM ended up in jail

i By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

SOME of the persons whose permanent residence applications were
“fast tracked” by the FNM ended up in jail because of the lack of due
diligence by the former government, Immigration Minister Shane
Gibson told the House of Assembly.

Mr Gibson made the statement after being asked a question about
ihe fast tracking of Anna Nichole Smith’s (Vicky Lynn Marshall) res-
idency, by North Eleuthera MP Alvin Smith.

“The previous minister of immigration Earl Deveaux said that this
was unprecedented that we had thousands of persons who qualified for
petmanent residence. What he tried to do is confuse permanent resi-
dents of spouses of Bahamians and economic permanent residents.
Vicky, Lyn Marshal got economic permanent residency. She got it in

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li GOVERNOR General A D Hanna aad his wife Beryl I Hanna look on as s the Roy-
al Bahamas Defence Force Band at’ a Christmas netection a seatentity at thie Sandilands

Rehabilitation Centre.

‘Lawsuit alleges
assault, false
imprisonment by
_ police officers
A LAWSUIT against two .

police officers has been filed in

Supreme Court over allega-
tions of assault and false
imprisonment of a young man
who was charged with murder .
earlier this year.

The lawsuit filed on Mon-
day, December 4, lists Stephen
Burrows Jr as the plaintiff and
police Constables 828 Dion
Ranger and 146 Foster Rolle
as the first and second defen-
dants.

Burrows Jr.was charged in
late August with the murder of
Veronica Smith whose body.
was found floating in a garbage
container in a mangrove
swamp near Adelaide i in late
August.

The Commissioner of Police
and the Attorney General are
named as the third and fourth
defendants in the lawsuit. The
plaintiff is represented by the
ee of McKinney, Turner and

oO.

The plaintiff’s claim is seek-
ing relief and compensation for
assault and false imprisonment
between December 1 and 3,
2005.

~ Roberts and
Symonette_
clash in House

@ By RUPERT MISSICK Jr.
Chief Reporter ‘

A HEATED exchange erupt
ed in the House of Assembly

yesterday between Bain and:

Grants Town ‘MP Bradley
Roberts and Montagu MP Brent
Symonette amidst. accusations



by South Andros MP Whitney

Bastian that chemicals used to
fumigate a primary school in his
constituency had made 40 stu-

dents ill and: that Mr Roberts.

had directed his ministry to
increase a construction contract
by $5,000.

Mr Bastian asked for the
name of the contractor who was
to fumigate the Deep Creek Pri-
mary School, :

The MP said that more than
40 students became sick shortly
after the school was fumigated
and are still at home.

He said that the school is

closed and the students have to: }

attend the old High School in
Kemps Bay.

The prime minister, who was
answering questions for the Min-

: ister of Health, said he was

SEE page 11

jacket
-explained.

Photo: Tim oe

ear: attack prompts” :
~ teachers’ call for

strict safety measures 3

By KRYSTEL ROLLE
ANEAR attack on an admin-

“.istrator at a junior high school,
has left teachers calling for the. .

enforcement of more strict safe-

"ty, measures.

Teachers at A F “Adderley
were concerned about their well
being yesterday morning, after a
parent reportedly came on cam-
pus and verbally assaulted a
junior administrator. One
teacher said the verbal abuse
escalated to the point where the
official was almost attacked.

“Tf the woman’s child did not
restrain her, we do not know
what would have happened,”
the teacher said.

According to Indiana Thomp-
son, science instructor, the junior
administrator was in possession
of an article of clothing which
was confiscated from a student
who had worn it several times

in violation of the school’s dress

code.

“The parent of that child
came on campus to retrieve that
or sweater,” she
“It was not an

SEE page 11





: Contractor says
_ being related to
minister had no

oe on contracts

@ By PAUL G TURNQUEST
, Tribune Staff Reporter

A COUSIN of former minis-
ter of housing Shane Gibson said
that being related to the minister
had nothing to do with him being
granted contracts to build low
cost homes throughout New
Providence. |

Admitting that he has heard
reports of corruption in the min-
istry since he started working with

them in 2001, the contractor, who
wished not to be identified, told

_ The Tribune he suspected that he
é was ‘not. approached to pay any

SEE page 11

Operating
costs at Water
and Sewerage
rise by $10m

m@ By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

OPERATING costs at the
Water and Sewerage Corporation

haye increased by almost $10 mil-

lion inthe ‘last fiscal year, while
the-corporation’s revenue intake
only experienced an overall mod-

~ est growth, Speaking in the

House. of Assembly yesterday
morning, Works Minister Bradley
Roberts said that the Corpora-

tion made just $2.3 million more .

in 2005: than it did the previous

SEE page 10.

RBDF Commodore
makes statement
on public remarks

THE new commodore of the
Defence Force Clifford Scavel-
la has issued a statement clari-
fying his reference to the “bad
apples” that exist within his
organisation.

On December 6, The Tribune
printed that the commodore
said that 25 per cent of his offi-
cers are corrupt during his
appearance the day before on
the Love 97 show Issues of the
Day.

However, his statement
pointed that he never used the
word “corrupt” to describe that

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THE introduction of the
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ly with large businesses, accord-
ing to the Minister of Health.

' Introducing the bill to pro-
vide for the scheme in the Sen-
ate yesterday, Dr Bernard Not-
tage said that, at present, the
cost of providing health insur-
ance is prohibitive for some
small businesses.

Those with fewer employees
— for example under ten, said
Nottage — often see offering pri-
vate insurance as “a luxury they
can't afford”,

As a result, they stand to lose
workers to larger businesses
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 3



In brief —

Man injures
ankle while
trying to flee

from police

A MAN is in hospital after
injuring himself on Tuesday in
what the police claim was an
attempt to evade arrest.

According to police press liai-
son officer Walter Evans,
around Spm on Tuesday, offi-
cers from the police mobile divi-
sion were on patrol in the area
of Cordeaux Avenue and Key
West Street when they spotted a
man they believed to be acting
in a suspicious manner.

Inspe¢tor Evans said that
when the man saw the police,
he ran and hid behind a build- -
in

The man pulled an object
from his waist and pointed it at
the police, Mr Evans said.

He said the officers drew
their weapons and shots were
fired but no one was hit, after
which the man dropped the
object and ran again.

While jumping over a fence,
the man injured his ankle, Mr
Evans said.

The police caught up with
him and reportedly discovered
that the object that he had dis-
carded was a 9mm handgun
which contained eight live
rounds of ammunition.

Mr Evans said the man is
presently in hospital were he is
listed as being in stable condi-
tion.

Woman hit
with bottle
in critical
condition



A WOMAN is in critical con-

dition in hospital after being
struck in the head with a bottle
during and altercation with a
male companion according to
police.

Inspector Walter Evans said
that some time after 9am on
Tuesday, a 27 year-old woman

in Pinewood Gardens 'got-into.! 7. «ji stive land deals which could

an argument with aman.

The situation escalated, at
which point the man gotia- bots
tle and-struck the woman over |.

her head): he/said:: qennersl

A man is reportedly in police
custody and is assisting with the
investigation into.the incident.

Body of |
burnt woman
identified

POLICE say that the young
woman whose partially burnt
body was found on Monday has
been identified as that of 18-
year-old Lacy Rolle.

The body was found on a dirt

. road near Cox Way off East
Street South.

Ms Rolle was said to have
been a resident of Prince

Charles Drive.
The victim’s body was pulled

from bushes ‘late Monday.

evening. a,
Police are still investigating

the incident, which is being clas. |

sified as the country’s latest
homicide.

Body of
burnt woman
identified

THE post of Gaming Board
chairman has been taken by Mal-
colm Adderley, MP of Elizabeth.

The appointment was
announced by Prime Minister
Perry Christie in the House of
Assembly yesterday.

Mr Christie was speaking in
response to a question posed
by former prime minister
Hubert Ingraham, who asked
whether the former posts of
Keod Smith and Kenyatta Gib-
son — ambassador of the Envi-
ronment and Gaming Board
chairman respectively — had
been filled.

Mr Smith and Mr Gibson
resigned from their positions
after their controversial alter-
cation in the Cabinet office.

Jazz night
tonight at
Jumbey Café

A JAZZ night is on tonight
at the Jumbey Café Bar and
Grill on East Bay Street.

The band is due to play at the
converted Bahamian house
from 8pm to 10pm.

The jazz night is the latest
addition to the bar and restau-
rant’s weekly schedule. It also
runs a Cuban night on Wednes-
day and a steel band on Fridays.

Bethel: public is
writing a blank
cheque with NHI

@ By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter

MINISTER of Health Dr
Bernard Nottage was today
accused of asking the public
to "write a blank cheque" to
government to cover the cost
of the National Health Insur-
ance scheme.

Dr Nottage has repeatedly
touted the cost of the proposed
scheme.as likely to be in the
region of $235 million.

This figure, he explained in

2. the Senate yesterday, will cov-

er the delivery of the health-
care, administration, improve-
ments, management, reserves,
equipment, staff and facilities
under the scheme, as well as
enabling health education, and
promotional well-being pro-
grammes,

However, yesterday senator
Carl Bethel disrupted Dr Not-
tage's speech introducing the
bill to the Senate, questioning
why, if Dr Nottage had the

: 2005 actuarial report support-

ing this cost estimate, he has
not produced it.

Further more, he proposed
that a 2005 report was "no
basis” for the suggestion that
the actual cost of implemen-
tation over the next year
would not have changed dra-
matically.

He challenged Dr Nottage
to produce evidence of a more



CARL Bethel

updated actuarial report of.

projected costs.

"In fact there's no actuarial
basis for his advancing any fig-
ure and he's asking the parlia-
ment of the Bahamas to
engage in guesswork," Mr
Bethel claimed in an interview
with The Tribune after the
close of the session. -

On Sunday, Dr Stanley Lal-
ta, NHI programme director,
said on the Island FM radio
show Parliament Street, that
he was certain that in 2007 and
2008 the figure would be dif-
ferent. “It would have gone up
by the general rate of infla-
tion,” he told the show's host.

“Why should the Bahamas
be asked to buy a bill of goods

and essentially give govern-
ment a,blank cheque?” asked
Bethel.

Dr Nottage responded’by
pointing out that he had invit-
ed Mr Bethel and other mem-
bers of the opposition to
attend a meeting on the
scheme.

He said he had sent a letter

to the FNM party leader,
chairman and to each individ-
ual member, along with a
package containing more
information than the report
itself included. However, he
neither received a response or.
saw any members altend the
meeting.
- "Members of the opposition
have a responsibility to inform
themselves," he told Mr
Bethel. "They opt to decide
whether they come or not."

Later, deputy leader of the
opposition, Tommy Turn-
quest, told Dr Nottage that:
"the way in which we access



information ought tobe deter- a

mined by us.'
Meanwhile, Mr Bethel
claimed he. had "never

received" any of the informa-'

tion that the minister claimed
he had sent — which should
have included a copy of the

Blue Ribbon Commission's.

report that he had requested.
"They say they didn't get it

for their own reasons," Dr

Nottage claimed in response.

Rum Cay residents say land sales.

are sending them back to slavery

RESIDENTS of remote
Rum Cay fear they could “go
back to slavery” as a result of

change their way of life forever.
Huge tracts of land are being

sold oft to. foreigners without .
proper title being established, :

according to islanders.

And they are changing hands
at such inflated prices that
Bahamian locals have no
chance of competing in the
market.

“Tt will be like going back to
slavery,” an island source told
The Tribune yesterday.

“We are all wondering how .

this will affect island life.”
One American woman, the
source said, had brought 72
acres from developer Billy
Davis. Other lots are being sold
by other developers, but there
is genuine concern about the
quality of title in some areas.
The source said: “Much of

~ this land was left to those living

on it when slavery ended.
Unfortunately, many did not
have their ownership docu-
mented.

“Fortunately, most of the

. Bahamian families living here
have been on their lots for so

long that their title is assured.

However, a lot of land now

seems to be in dispute.”.
Concern is centred not on

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the $700 million Rum Cay
Resort Marina project being
developed by Montana Hold-
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posedly part of the old Effie
Knowles estate.

Rum, Cay,:once. called:
Jewel.of the,Bahamas’
beena target for land specula-
tors since a $3 million airport
was opened five years ago.

Foreigners have been buying
up home lots for the last few
years, some of them with
doubtful title, because the
island has suddenly become
more accessible to aircraft.

In February this year, wor-




ried residents — the island’s .

native population is only about
80-strong — asked the govern-
ment to step in and halt land
sales until controversial title
issues had been sorted out.

However, one islander said
yesterday that government offi-
cials had told them they must
produce papers to prove land
ownership.

In some cases, she said, this

was impossible because some

families, descended from the
original slave population, had
no documented title.

The late Effie Knowles, a Flori-
da attorney, accumulated con-
veyanices on vast acreages of land
on Rum Cay and Long Island,

though the title to her property

. has always been in doubt.

One Nassau realtor said the
Knowles estate was “not worth
the paper it is written on” and
said none of the land being sold
had solid title.

. American residents Susan.
Davis; whose links with Rum"

Cay go back 35 years, told The
Tribune last February of her
concern about land ownership
on the island. ~

She called on the govern-
ment to “act swiftly” to halt the
possible fraudulent sale of lots.

One problem with the Effie
Knowles claims is that none of
the islanders — even the very
old ones — can remember the
woman.

Mrs Davis said the validity
of Knowles land had been chal-
lenged elsewhere “and no root
of title had been established.”

. “If this proves to be the case
on Rum Cay, who will reim-
burse the newest owners when
they find out they have bought
an illegal piece of property?”
she asked.

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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Why I will

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

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ed Defence Force Commodore Clifford Scav-
ella pledge to remove the “bad apples” from
his force so that Bahamians can “continue
to be proud of this Royal Bahamas Defence
Force.”

Unfortunately, it is a Force that, although
it looks smart on parade, has over the years
been shadowed by allegations of corruption.

Asked on.a recent talk show how he felt

when he heard accusations of-corruption lev- -

elled against the force, Commodore Scavella
replied: “Not good at all. You know I have
often said to people in my life, one may say

anything about me, say anything, but cor-.

ruption will not be one of those words you
use in the likes of me. And so going forward,
the Bahamian people can be sure that where
it exists, I will deal with it.”

This was music to the public’s ears. Here is
a leader who is prepared to face major chal-
lenges and overcome them. He is making no
excuses, apologies, or pretending that there

are no problems in the force. The Defence -

Force, an important branch of the country’s
security, has never been fully trusted by
Bahamians. There have been whispers, fin-
ger-pointing and outright accusations.

A few Bahamians questioned whether the
Commodore should have been as outspoken

in his criticism of some of his men and -:

women. This group felt that it would break
down morale. Others — and from what we

have heard they are in the majority — were —
delighted that at last there was a strong man ~~

at the helm of a force that needed a good
shaking up and a heavy dose of discipline.
It was around the time of the 1984 Com-
mission of Inquiry into drug smuggling that
we heard much behind-the-scenes debate on
how far commissioners should go to discred-
it the country’s leadership, particularly among
‘the security forces. There was a faction that
believed that if the people’s confidence in
its institutions: were completely shaken, there

would be no base on which to. rebuild a bet- |

ter society. It was believed that some things
should be left intact. As a’result of all we
heard, we have always been convinced that
the commission, believing that it would be
in the best interest of the country’s future to
leave something on which to build, soft-ped-
alled certain areas in their report. A
And this is the background against which
‘we read the Commodore’s clarification of his
talk show statements. His clarification is pub-
lished on today’s front page. It is true that
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the word “corrupt” in reference to the 25
per cent of his force, whose behaviour he
questions. Although the context of the dis-
cussion was about corruption, the Com-
modore went no further than to refer to that
segment of his force as “bad apples.”

“As it is his intent to restore the image of
the RBDF in a more positive light, this alle-
gation does not bode well with the hard work-
ing men and women of the Force,” said the
statement from the Commodore’s office yes-
terday. “It would be expected in the future,

that if reports are published as they are spo-

ken, not to change the wording so as to put

the Defence Force in a more negative light.” .

In his interview Commodore Scavella, esti-
mated that 50 per cent of his officers: were
“good people, dedicated, committed, hard-
working and ready to go. We have another 25
per cent of those persons that can go either

’ way, depending on where the pressure comes

from, and we have another 25 per cent which
are just products of our society, and we have
to seek to deal with those.”

In another part of the interview he said ©

that “inevitably, one, will find that there are
bad apples within everything that we do, but
those are products of our society.” Later on
in the interview he said that his administra-

..tion intended “to remove them (the bad
', apples) from the good apples so that the peo-
ple will continue to be proud of this Royal

Bahamas Defence Force.” i

In his statement yesterday the Com-.. |’

modore clarified what he meant by “bad
apples”. In military terms, he said, “bad
apples” are persons who do not conform to
the disciplinary norms of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force.
“They are, scruffy, rude and disrespectful.
Some act in a manner likely to bring dis-
credit to the force. They do not walk the
walk, nor talk the talk of a disciplined force.
They fight, curse and carry on in a manner
not seemingly of a marine, while in public.
They do not take care of their families, and
may have conflicts with the police. These
persons'do not aspire to become ideal
marines.”

; It does not matter how he defines this
“group. —. : :
However, what does matter is that he

intends to remove them so that he can work
with the 50 per cent of the men and women
who he regards as true marines, and strength-
en the resolve of the remaining 25 per cent
who could go either way depending upon
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EDITOR, The Tribune

THE political season brings
out the best in some of us and
the worse in some of us. It
exposes how far we would go
and how low we would stoop. It
adds a new meaning to “prosti-
tution”. Of course it also shows
and tells who our friends are
and who will try to exploit that
friendship. Desperate people
will take desperate measures,
especially when “defeat” is in
sight.

This past weekend was the
most embarrassing for a long
time for me. Every Bahamian
must know by now that I am a
fearless individual that will go
against the grain if I think Iam
right. I am not a bandwagon,
follow the crowd type individ-
ual. I could easily retreat to my
own quiet, comfortable place
with my thoughts, play with my
son, chat with my wife, read a
book, do some artwork or listen
to Yanni and be as happy as a
lark. So I may not be on most
socialite guest lists and that’s
fine by me. I do not drink and
therefore do not feel comfort-
able in an atmosphere where
alcohol is being consumed, or
in the company of pretenders,
just to say I was there.

To get to the heart of the
matter, I must say what made
my weekend embarrassing. An
individual that I regarded as a
friend paid me a visit. He skirt-
ed around with some small talk
and without wasting too much
time he came right out, point
blank and asked me: How long
am I am going to be writing

’ these “letters to the Editor” and

Development needed more focus ‘

~ EDITOR, The Tribune

JUST how can the News
Director of ZNS think that the
donation of $55,000 to the One
Family Junkanoo Group by the

' principals of The Albany Devel-

opment, Tavistock, is seeming-
ly more important than the
announcement of this extraor-
dinary development is totally
beyond me but obviously sug-
gests something is amiss.
Junkanoo is a wonderful
thing, however, I suspect if a
total annual audit of the groups
the major sponsors would be
shocked — let me say no more
but there is absolutely no way
what is alleged the groups spend
is an accurate figure, but like

~ everything else we look the oth-

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not putting any money in my
pocket? I responded with a
smile, not that he was humor-
ous, but because I was surprised
to see who the messenger was.
He was on a mission and he was
scripted.

He then proceeded to lay out
his.proposal. He suggested that
I could get a highly paid posi-
tion with some perks and even a
guarantee that I have the posi-
tion for as low as five years, if I
lay down my pen and disappear
from the political scene. He was
serious and obviously desper-
ate. He then proceeded to give
me an ultimatum: He suggested
that I have no choice, I must
accept his offer. He said it is a
one time offer and he must
know the answer before we
parted: He then confessed that
the PLP must win this election
at all cost, too much is at stake.
My response was I will give him
my answer in a few days. This
letter is my answer.

There are many people who
are being threatened by bullies
who pressure people of influ-
ence or people like me who use
the media to expose the cor-
ruption in the PLP. I know ofa
few journalists who have had
similar experiences. We must
stop at nothing to expose cor-
ruption wherever we find it. To
my associates who cannot resist
the money I suggest that you
take the money and still kick
them out. Some of us who are

groups show their sponsors that
they, the sponsors, get more
than a multiplier of six back on
their investment in this spon-
sored promotion?

The Albany Resort Devel-
opment of South Ocean will
economically positively affect
the south west of New Provi-
dence and the rest of New Prov-
idence for many years. Not like
Paradise Island, Albany is 10-
minutes from The Lynden Pin-
dling Airport and even closer

* still from MillionAir Executive.

350 acres of land will be
transferred to Government and
over 1,600 lots will be added to
the low-cost housing inventory
— on this one hopes that Hous-
ing will use this to break the
yoke to their usual plans to cre-
ate a mix of single lots — ter-
raced housing and multi-story

- for the PLP

weak will succumb to money, -/«?

but all of us, regardless of our
financial situation will not bow
down and worship the idol (the
PLP). ©

To my associate (former
friend) that visited me I say this:
“There is no amount of money
in the world that would cause

me to sell my children’s future ~

and the future of this country
for my grandchildren, born and
unborn.” We will meet on the
battlefield. There is no turning
back. The line is drawn and I
have made my choice.

I choose strength over weak- |

ness. I choose decisiveness over
procrastination. I prefer no-non-
sense over
junkanoo shuffle when a crisis is
at hand. I choose a man that
calls a spade a spade. I opt for a
leader that. knows the: differ-
ence between a fight and a
“pushing and shoving match.” I
choose our country’s good
image overseas as opposed to
being the laughing stock in the
international community. I
choose, order, decency and
ethics. I choose a man who will
stand up against wrong even if it
makes him unpopular. That’s a
man. That man is Hubert Ingra-
ham and sensible PLPs are
admitting it too.
When you have a serious fear

of Jesus Christ, all threats and :

acts of intimidation are like a
puff of wind. I am strengthened

by my faith in God, not the —'

“PLP. That is where my power
comes from.

IVOINE W INGRAHAM

Nassau
December 2006

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would cause an improved land: :

utilisation and improve the re-

sellable value of the property .

developed. Hoping that Hous-

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trees as they usually do.
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contracted an unknown skin rash.

Kelly Albury, a physical edu-
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problem has been a persistant
one, particularly among Hait-
ian students.

“We don’t know if it is con-
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of the kids have it, and some-
thing must be done to address
this problem,” she said.

Miss Albury was speaking at
the Rotary Club of Lucaya on
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some awareness of the plight of
the students, who are from very
poor families and communities
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per cent of the 200-plus students
enrolled at the primary school
are of Haitian descent. Many,
she said, are malnourished and
lack basic essentials, such as
food, clothing, shoes, and access
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they live in, where they sleep,
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dents’ families are poor and do
not have sufficient food.

“They rush to, school every
morning to take advantage of
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nourished and not getting any-
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grow. “I think we sometimes for-
get that these children whether
Bahamian, or Haitian descent,
are our future,” she said.

She said that many of the stu-
dents at Lewis Yard School are
talented athletes, but compete
barefoot because they don’t
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cal suicide” for the government. .

“This was not the time for

warfare,” the Haitian-born.

attorney told The Tribune.
“They may as well start going
into churches.”

Haitian residents expressed
fury on Monday when officers
swooped on the Englerston area
after Gepson Auguste was shot
dead by masked robbers.

The 47-year-old former police
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The action has led to more
accusations of heavy-handed-
ness against the immigration
department since Shane Gib-
son took over as minister.

Mr Regnier said: “This type
of approach is political suicide.
In this election, many more peo-
ple of Haitian background will
vote. The numbers may be suf-
ficient to make a difference in
some constituencies.

“This seems to me to have
been an excessive response. The
Haitians are still very upset
about it.”

The immigration raid added
greatly to the pain already being
felt by the Haitian community,
Mr Regnier said.

Mr Auguste gave up police
work to carry on the haber-
dashery and distribution busi-
ness started by his well-known
mother, Madame Auguste.

For many years, she was a
pioneering figure in the Engler-
ston business community.

It is assumed he was targeted
because the raiders thought he
had money on the premises.
However, it is not yet known if
they stole anything apart from
his vehicle.

Mr Regnier said: “Mr
Auguste was not an aggressive
individual. As a police officer,
he used to help Haitians a lot.

“However, we are well aware
that the robbers could have
been of Haitian background.
But we hope not.

“We can’t hide our heads in
the sand and say young Hait-
ian men are not involved in:
crime. They are. But it would
be very sad if Haitians were
involved this time.”

Mr Auguste, he said, was a
popular figure who had decided
to carry on the business tradi-
tions of his mother, running a
haberdashery store and rental
apartments.

Although a funeral date had
not yet been set, a large turnout
of the Haitian community is
expected for the ceremony, said
Mr Regnier.

“Gepson was born in Nassau,
but spent some time in the
United States. He was a very
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Inaguans waiting
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violent beating

IRATE residents of Inagua
are still patiently awaiting court
action against 14 Defence Force
marines accused of beating up a
young man in Mathew Town
last month.

They expect authorities in
Nassau to bring charges against
the group after Dexter Wilson,
27, was left semi-conscious on
the ground. (hs

Locals thought Mr Wilson
was going to dié after the attack.
He was airlifted to Nassau for
emergency treatment after his
head was split open in two
places by a rock.

“We want justice to be done,”
an islander told The Tribune
last night. “We are expecting
these people to appear in
court.” : ;

Mr Wilson’s cousin, Shane,
who accompanied him to Nas-
sau, said the family is deter-
mined to: pursue the culprits
through the civil courts.

And he said criminal action
was expected by Inaguans who,
he added, were “still in a rage”
over the incident.

“People are visiting Dexter
every day,” he said, “and they
are always asking what is going
to happen next.

“At the moment, we are in
the hands of the lawyers, but
we are definitely pursuing the
civil action.”

He said Dexter’s head
wounds were healing, but his
back was still giving him prob-
lems. “I think we will have to fly
him back to Nassau for more
treatment,” he said.

Meanwhile, Inaguans say
relations between Defence
Force officers at the local base
and people in Mathew Town
will never be the same again.

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down of the police station.
This time, Inaguans again
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Fay in his administra-
tion Prime Minister Perry

Christie enthusiastically announced
what he termed his “anchor pro-
jects” policy, which he defined as
establishing one major investment
project for each island in The
Bahamas.

Presumably, such projects would

provide the economic mainstay of

those islands. Since his announce-
ment, the PM and others, including
any number of ZNS reporters, have
gone on to claim success in this pol-
icy as if one could travel through-

out The Bahamas and see evidence
of the same. Let’s examine the facts
major island by island and see what
we discover.

‘Take our southernmost island of
Inagua. What anchor project has
been created as a result of PM
Christie’s policy? Is it Morton Salt?
It can’t be. Morton Salt Bahamas
Limited is indeed the anchor pro-
ject in Inagua but it was established
in 1936, long before Mr Christie
came to office.

What about Mayaguana? What
is the anchor project there? There
is none up and running. There is,
however, the 10,000-acre project

to be undertaken by The Mayagua-
na Company (TMC), as a joint ven-
ture between the I-Group out of
Massachusetts and the Bahamas
government through the Hotel
Corporation. The first phase of this
resort development was to encom-
pass 5,825 acres initially, including
airport enhancements, marinas,
safe harbours, infrastructure devel-
opment, a boutique resort and oth-
er facilities.

This phase was to begin in early
2005 and be completed by the end
of 2006. We are now in the last
month of 2006. Where is the
Mayaguana anchor project? Cer-

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tainly far from being an anchor for
Mayaguana.

W hat is happening on
Acklins Island? What

is the anchor project there? There .

is none. What about Long Island?
What is the anchor project there?
There is only what has been there
prior to PM Christie coming to
office, such as the Stella Maris
Resort Club Marina and Estate,
which was established in the early
1960s.
What about Crooked Island? Is
there an anchor project resulting
from the PM’s policy? There is
none up and running. There was,
however, a $35 million project
announced for Pitts Town.
What about San Salvador? The
anchor project there is the same
one that was there for years before
PM Christie announced his policy:
the Club Med Columbus Isle

Resort. This resort first opened in

1992, a decade before PM Christi
came to office. :
What is the anchor project in
Cat Island resulting from PM
Christie’s announced policy? There

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project would be the Freeport Con-
tainer Port, which was launched
years before Mr Christie took
office. Yes, there has been approval
given to the Ginn group for a sig-
nificant investment in West End
but that project is still in its infancy
stage.

Sometimes we seem.to forget
that New Providence is an island in
The Bahamas. What is its anchor
project? It is Kerzner Internation-
al’s Atlantis. That project began in
1993 as a multi-phase development.
While PM Christie’s administra-
tion approved the third phase of



Simply put, an
anchor projects
policy is far from
visionary, since it

has a long history
in the country and

is short-sighted as
a long-term

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ally in the ground and creating tan-
gible benefits for the country. The
fact that this is substantially not the
case is probably why they all tend to
be looked at with great Suspicion.

IS AN ANCHOR PROJECTS
POLICY SOUND? |

| he reality is that if a major

development comes to
any island of The Bahamas that is
economically depressed, that devel-
opment will be an anchor project
for that island. It is a natural con-
sequence of development that in
the infancy stage, any pioneering
effort becomes the anchor project.

However, it is not sound eco-

_ nomic policy to make a single major

development on an island the end-
game. The nature of an anchor is to
influence heavily whether a boat
can move or go. In the same way, a
so-called anchor project would
heavily influence whether an econ-

omy moves or goes.

While this might be unavoidable
for some islands in terms of their
development, it certainly is not
desirable as an economic policy. It
is much wiser to have an economic
policy that does not anchor a peo-

ple’s fortunes to one project, °

because when that project fails, the
people suffer.

Clearly, such vulnerabilities now
exist for any number of islands in

The Bahamas, including Exuma -

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much touted policy? There is none

- in operation at the moment. There

is the announced Cotton Bay pro-
ject estimated to cost some $300

‘million. However, that project is

still only in the fledgling stages of
development and its significant
impact may come but is not hap-
pening as yet.

What is the anchor project in
Andros? There is none. There has
been, however, an announcement
for a $50 million, 250-room hotel
and 150-slip marina for Morgan’s
Bluff, North Andros. | This
announced development, not sur-
prisingly, is in the constituency of
the Minister of Financial Services
and Investments.

hat about Exuma?
Well, without a doubt
the anchor project there is the
Emerald Bay Resort. This project,
however, began construction in
2000 under the Ingraham admin-
istration and only had its official
opening in November, 2003;:under
the Christie administration: There
has been broadcast, though, a $762
million in new resort investment
but that has not started.
What is the anchor project in

_Abaco resulting from the PM’s

much publicised policy? Once
again there is none that is up and
running, though there have been
declarations of at least two projects
for that island, one of which is the
controversial Baker’s Bay Devel-
opment.
What is the. anchor project in
Grand Bahama? As far as the
tourism sector is concerned, that

"project would be the Our Lucaya

Beach and Resort, a development
that began construction in 1998. In
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that development, it simply had to
approve what had already been
presented to the government prior
to the election of the 2002.

wo things become quite

clear when one reviews
anchor developments around the
country. The first thing is that the
existence a major project on islands
of The Bahamas anchoring those
islands’ economies is nothing néw
to The Bahamas. :

While the Pindling and Ingra-
ham administrations may not have
labelled their investment policy
efforts as “anchor projects devel-
opments”, they certainly achieved
the same. 3

In fact, they can lay claim to the
establishment of the vast majority
of such projects, with the develop-
ments between 1992 and 2002 com-
prising the most abundant and
viable ones today.

The second thing that is clear is
that, notwithstanding PM Christie’s
announcements of some $20 bil-
lion in approved investments, for-
eign investment inflow into The
Bahamas over the last five years

amounted to a little more than $1-

billion, according to the Central
Bank. :

This included both equity invest-
ments and land purchases. Clearly
then, the country is not now bene-
fiting in any meaningful way from
the so-called “anchor projects”
approved by Mr Christie. ‘

It seems that the nation will have
to wait a little while longer to have
these investments move out of the
pipeline and into the ground. PM
Christie, his team as well as ZNS
reporters tend to speak of these
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ment economic policy
should and must be.a diversity of
economic enterprises that rely on
different, indeed countervailing
market dynamics to maintain their
viability. In this way, when one pro-
ject drops anchor, the other -pro-
jects can still carry the island’s
economy along.

While this is not perfectly the
case in Grand Bahama, it is some-
what the case. One shudders to
think what would have been the
plight of residents of Grand
Bahama had its industrial sector

not been in place and Royal Oasis

been the only resort in town. .

The closure of Royal Oasis has ,
damaged Grand:

certainly
Bahama’s economy but it would
have surely collapsed had it been
the sole anchor project for the
island. Similarly, Abaco’s diversity
within its tourism plant creates
greater stability for that island than
had it had one major resort anchor-
ing its economy.

Simply put, an anchor projects
policy is far from visionary, since it

has a long history in the country:

and is short-sighted as a long-term
development initiative.

To date, the government’s sin-.

gular success has been to announce
billions of dollars in investments,
but on the ground, that success has
not yet paid off.

This observation is not expected
to stop this policy being put for-

. ward as sound by its prevonents,

but then again, neitier “nas the
warning “cigarette smc ke 5 haz-
ardous to your health” ste,ped
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 9

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FROM page one

three weeks,” Mr Gibson said.

The minister brought the case
of Martin Tremblay to the fore
whom he said was in jail at this
; present time.

“The minister said that Mr
Tremblay applied for residency
on April 21, 1994 and that appli-
cation was approved by May 10,
19 days. When Martin Tremblay
got permanent residence he did

~ not even buy a house,” the min-

‘ ister said.

* Mr Gibson said that when the
immigration board convenes the
- minister of immigration is not the
chairman, the prime minister is.

“Hubert Ingraham at the time
was the one who approved it,”
Mr Gibson said.

Mr Ingraham said that under
the minister’s logic it was prime
minister Perry Christie who

‘ approved Anna’ Nichole’s resi-
dency.

However, Mr Gibson said that
when Mr Tremblay got his per-
manent residency and bought a
- house the second he bought it, he
sold it.

“How can he say that Vicky
Lyn Marshal was fast tracked
when this happened. Derrick
Turner in jail, Victor Kozeny in

v jail, Martin Tremblay in jail,

‘Vicky Lynn Marshal is home

relaxing,” Mr Gibson said.

He said if the former govern-
‘ment did their due diligence at
the time they would have known
that these persons should not
have received permanent resi-
dency.

- Opposition leader Hubert
Ingraham responded saying that
during his term as prime minister
several foreigners with criminal
backgrounds were granted per-

‘ | manent residency with the gov-

“a:

ernment knowing, namely Martin
» Tremblay, Derek Turner, Viktor
' Kozeny
“The member accused me of
. granting the permanent residence

to Mr Tremblay, Mr Turner and
Mr Kozeny and at the time of the
granting of such permanent resi-
dency certificate, we were aware
of their antecedents of criminali-
ty.

“No information came to the
attention of the government at
the time of consideration of the
application of permanent resi-
dency for Mr Tremblay, Turner
or Kozeny. As far as I am aware
there is nothing to the Immigra-
tion in its files to suggest anything

. otherwise,” he said.

Mr Ingraham said that his gov-
ernment went to great lengths to
ensure that they had the best
information available and that he
was unaware that these men had
anything adverse against them or
any criminal convictions.

The former prime minister said
that he required the secretary of
the cabinet to certify to him that
all the applications coming from
the department of immigration
were in order and that the per-
sons met the standards his gov-
ernment had established for an
to meet.

He added thatias time went on
the Minister of Immigration was’
also required to confirm that
everything was in order.

“We then required the direc-

tor of immigration personally to —

sign a form saying that from the
department’s point of view they
were satisfied all matters were in
order prior to us considering an

application. If any adverse infor- .

mation had come to my attention
I would have acted differently,”
Mr Ingraham said.

He said that had information
come to his attention or the gov-
ernment’s attention they would
have acted in accordance with the
law because the law makes pro-
visions to deal with persons who
obtain permanent residency cer-
tificates and who are subse-
quently discovered either to have’
misled the government, misrep-
resented the facts or had a record
which was not disclosed.

Anna Nicole sued

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Mr Birkhead, a media photographer in Los Angeles, claims to
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the Bahamas earlier this year.

He said they had been preparing a home together for their child
before she and Mr Stern moved to Nassau.

Ms Smith and Mr Stern have two weeks to respond to the court .

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RBDF Commodore makes statement on public remarks

a marine, while in public. They do not take care of *

FROM page one

particular group of officers.

In the interview with host Wendall Jones, the
commodore estimated that 50 per cent of his offi-
cers were “good people, dedicated, committed,
hardworking and ready to go. We have another 25
per cent of those persons that can go either way,
depending on where the pressure comes from,
and we have another 25 per cent which are just
products of our society, and we have to seek to
deal with those.”

Later in the interview, he said: “Inevitably,
one will find that there are bad apples within
everything that we do, but those are products of
our society.” '

He also said that, “the thing that this adminis-
tration will do is that once we find those’ bad
apples, we will seek to remove them from the
good apples so that the Bahamian people will
continue to be proud of this Royal Bahamas
Defence Force”.

The statement issued by the commodore’s
office yesterday pointed out that in military terms,
“bad apples” are persons who do not conform to
the disciplinary norms of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force. “They are, scruffy, rude and dis-
respectful. Some act in a manner likely to bring
discredit to the force. They do not walk the walk,
nor talk the talk of a disciplined force. They fight,
curse and carry on in a manner not seemingly of

FROM page one

year, but had to pay out $9.4 mil-

their families, and may have conflicts with the
police. These persons do not aspire to become
ideal marines.’

The statement noted that by contrast, “cor-
rupt” means: “not repairable, or fit to be dis-
carded or thrown away”.

During the interview, when Mr Jones asked!
how allegations of corruption within the force’ +’
make him feel, the commodore said: “Not good at |
all. You know I have often said to people in my |
life, one may say anything about me, say any-
thing, but corruption will not be one of those,
words you use in the likes of me. And so going ,
forward, the Bahamian people can be sure that:
where it exists, I will deal with it.”

Later, when discussing whether there is.
accountability i in the procedure of interdiction
of vessels and confiscation of contraband, he said::

“But if you have misfits and criminal types with-

”

in your organisation, then you simply have to ‘

y

seek to weed them out.”

The commodore’s statement concluded by say-
ing that as it is his intent to recast the force “in a'
more positive light” the allegation that he referred “
to a quarter of them as corrupt, “does not bode ‘
well with the hard working men and women of
the force.

“It would be expected in the future, that if
reports are published as they are spoken, and»
not to change the wording so as to put the. ,
Defence Force i in a more negative light,” it said.



lion more in expenses.

The W&SC _.. earned
$37,373,862 in 2005, $35,035,742
in 2004.

The net loss for the Corpora-
tion at the end of 2005 totalled
$3.1 million, while the net income
in 2004 came to $7.8 million. .

Mr Roberts emphasised that
the cost increase was largely due
to “unusual” on-time occur-
rences, and vowed that the Cor-
poration is making an effort to
win back disgruntled customers.

“The Corporation is preparing
to launch a major campaign to
win back customers through
improved water quality and
quantity. However, it recognises

. that in order to give all deserving

citizens a chance to enjoy these
services, it will have to write-off
charges previously billed disen-

chanted customers who have,

received poor or no service in the
past,” he said.

The minister yesterday
announced that operating
expenses for 2005 totalled
$46,605,272 compared to

$37,140, 233 in 2004—a $9.4 mil-

lion increase.

“FO make a meaningful com- ©



son between the two years in

one must take into consideration
two non-recurrent transactions
that “had a positive impact” on
the operation’s statement of
2004.

The Works Minister explained
that the actual sum needed to
pay out to the corporation’s pen-

. Sioners was lower than anticipat-

ed, thereby distorting any direct
comparison to staffing expenses
in 2005.

“Actuarial changes in the esti-
mate of the Corporation’s pen-

- sion costs that resulted in nearly

$4,494,514 savings,” he said.

In addition to this, cost increas-
es in 2005 were related to activi-
ties that improved customer ser-
vice delivery such as reverse
osmosis water purchases — con-
stituting a'$2.5 million increase,
he said.

Mr Roberts further pointed
out that increased fuel costs, as
well as water importation during
the “difficult winter months of
2005” — which required the hire
of an additional vessel for trans-
port — contributed to the overall
rise in operation expenses.

“That together accounted ‘for:
- increases of $2,656,805,” he said.

A further significant expense
in 2005, the minister said, is the

provision for “doubtful debts”
which increased by more than $i
million.

Mr Roberts pointed out that :
the W&SC had no “significant” _

other incomes” in'2005, whereas.
the Corporation received more
than $4 million from interestâ„¢
reduction on two loans from the
National Insurance Board.

In terms of revenue increase, '
Mr Roberts said that New Prov-
idence experienced a modest
growth of $1,183,910.

“Family Islands generally

the largest single factor in the”
overall $1,154,174 increased Fam:.."
ily Island revenues was the new- *
ly acquired Treasure Cay. opera-
tions in Abaco,” he said.
Minister Roberts pointed out *
that the government has again, ’
demonstrated its commitment to

wr

‘experienced strong growth, but .

the growth and strengthening of *,

the Corporation and “the need.
to underwrite the cost of provid:,.

ing improved services in certain«~

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significantly increasing the sub- ae

sidy in 2005.
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was $15.5 million compared tes

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Near attack
prompts teachers’
-call for strict
safety measures
FROM page one

arranged meeting and the
approach was one in which the
arent was verbally threaten-
ing the administrator. She was
loud, boisterous and she was
not listening to reason and she
wa§ waving her hands wildly,”
Ms‘Thompson explained.

Describing the administrator
as a small, petite woman, she
said, “Had it been another cir-
cumstance we could have been
calling the ambulance in today.
So we are very concerned on
the AF Adderley campus in
terms of security,” she said.

“Police officers responded
very quickly when the assault
took place, however, that fact
thai someone had to go and call
for;an officer means that there.
is need for more patrolling. We
need to be in the reach of an
officer at all times,” she said.

This is the second such inci-
dent for the term. The first mat-
ter: which occurred a few
months ago, also involved a
parent who attempted to
assault a teacher.

“There should have been
something put in place after the
first incident,” she said, “now
no changes have been made.”

“Anyone can infiltrate our
campus and right now security
is ghared between ourselves,
the. administrators, a limited
number of police officers and
security.”

Anyone who wants to’ have
interaction with a worker on
the campus has free access to
that person. There is very lit-
tle protection for us, and today
it stops,” she said firmly.

According to Ms Thompson,
she, with several other teach-
ers, contacted officials from the
Ministry of Education for their
concerns to be heard: They
expect to meet with a repre- ;
sentative from the ministry }
today. i

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Contractor says being related t

FROM page one

bribes solely because of his relation to the
minister... Par

However, despite his close affiliation, the
source claims he has never used this leverage
to approach Mr Gibson or the technical
director, Mr Gordon Major, for contracts
to build additional homes.

“T never went to him (Mr Gibson) about
no houses you know. I never once went in
his office about houses. The only thing I
did, I referred some people who were look-
ing for some houses, I say you go to Shane,
and tell him he’s my cousin — tell him I

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sent you and try to get a house.

“But I never went to him to get work
because I know it would compromise his
position and I didn’t want to do that. All
those inspectors, they can tell you I never
worked with Shane in their face. And I nev-
er once went to him to complain. I never
got Shane in the mix. I never did that,
because I know what politics is all about,” he
said. 5 -

The police are continuing their investiga-
tion in the Ministry of Housing after The
Tribune revealed various discrepancies in
housing contracts and the process of their
awarding. Since then the police have issued
an open invitation to persons with any infor-

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 11



0 minister had no bearing on contracts

mation to come forward and contact inves-
tigating officer Superintendent Keith Bell
at 302-8158 or Detective Sergeant Harris
Cash at 302-8073.

Since then a number of other allegations
have arisen, including those of extortion,
where contractors are asked to pay various
amounts of money at different stages of a
bome’s completion.

Speaking of this, the source continued: “I
even asked some of the inspectors that I
know, and they said ‘Hey (name omitted) I
don’t know what they talkin’ about’. But I
heard it. It started when I was in Jubilee 3.

“That’s when I started to hear it. Then

‘after a while it started to die down. Then I







MPs clash in the House

FROM page one

unaware that a contract had been
issued, neither was he aware that
the school was closed and alter-
native measures had been taken
for the students.

The prime minister said he
would try to get information
about the situation, including
what chemical the children were
exposed to during the fumigation.

The heated exchange between
Mr Symonette and Mr Roberts
occurred after Mr Bastian asked
Mr Roberts about the construc-
tion of a bridge in Cargill Creek.

Mr Bastian asked what cost for

the construction of the bridge was _-

recommended by a Ministry of
Works officer to Mr Roberts. He
also wanted to know how much
more money had Mr Roberts
advised them to add to the con-
tract.

Mr Roberts said he did not rec-
ommend anything to his officers,
because “that is not. how it
works.”

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Mr Symonette demanded the
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Speaker of the House Oswald
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stages to ensure that they were given “repeat
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him — that’s probably why they didn’t
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behalf of the school, explained
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“What we are trying to do at
the law school is to give stu-

dents an appreciation for not.

only their role for administra-
tors of justice but their social
and ethical-responsibility to
their community. So what we’ve
done is we have formulated spe-
‘cialist human rights projects,

and one of those projects was to —

look at the indigent in our com-
munity and looking at human
rights abuses.”

“So we’re working with
women in our community chil-
dren and individuals in general
whose human rights may be
abused.

“One of those groups,” he
explained, “are those persons
born in the Bahamas who are of
Haitian heritage and who are
not afforded all of the funda-
mental rights that they deserve
especially documentation.

“They have everything else
to say that these individuals are
Bahamian but they don’t have
papers — and we think. that’s
nonsense.

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part of the network and the stu-
dents is to bring constitutional
challenges and form a collabo-
rative effort with the govern-
ment to educate the Bahamian
community on fundamental
human rights of any individual,”
he said.

Mr Johnson said the group
needs support, but warned,
“even if you contribute to our
group we are looking at the
rights of the individual, so don’t
expect us to be partial to any
group whether they are based
here in the Bahamas or whether
they are foreign.

“One of the things we made
known to the embassy is that
you can give us you money but
our concern is human rights and
that’s what we plan to do.”

Ambassador Rood said, “The
Bahamas and the US continue
to enjoy-:an unparalleled bilat-
eral relationship, and this rela-
tionship is certainly founded
upon our shared values. Chief
among these values is the
respect for human rights and
the demand for human digni-
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bassador: I’ve learned
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@ By ALEXANDRIO MORLEY
Tribune Staff Reporter

US Ambassador John Rood
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the last two years — including
the importance of enjoying the
small things in life.

Returning from his two day,
five school trip through the Fam-
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on what the post has meant to
him personally.

He said: “When I speak to
the cab drivers and see people
just enjoying life and taking
things one day at a time that

can’t help but to rub off on you.
“Believe it or not, before I
was the ambassador J use to run

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then to the front door, but
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between work and life because
the Bahamas has taught me
that.”

Ambassador Rood said he is
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‘because it demonstrated that

individuals should be judged by
their character instead of their
skin colour, showed the impor-
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ing the ace and another club, but East
won with the king and retumed a
heart to set the contract one trick.

Declarer was a bit unlucky to fail
‘on this. line of play, but he should
have done better. When he led a dia-
mond at trick four, he already knew
that West had started with the K-Q of
diamonds and jack of spades; West
therefore could not hold both the ace
of hearts and king of clubs, since he
had passed originally. Consequently,
at least one of these two cards had to
be in East’s hand. :

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his contract — that East had the club
king and West the heart ace — South

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trick four. If the finesse lost, East
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ARIES — Mar 21/Apr 20. |
Romance. should be in the air this .

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sweetheart, you can easily come up ~
with a project to enjoy;, something
that captures your tender side. ‘
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You’ll get lots done in the way
repairs or renovations on your home,

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few extra hands to pitch in. ‘Invite
friends to help out. ee
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this: week, and you should go right. -
ahead, Gemini. Make a purchase that
allows you to feel decadent, withou) -
worrying about the price. = -- i
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mental feelings’ early in the week,
Cancer. Consider a lazy week full of . |.
daydreams and relaxing in your -
favorite. chair. eS
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You’ll need full strength’ for the
arduous tasks:.awaiting: you in the
weeks to core. SS
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make plans to be out of town. You’re
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mediator when things get rough. |}

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Be sure others don’t play on’ yo i
sympathies this week, Libra
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Seek advice from a friend if you feel
someone is trying to take advantage;

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needy individuals, It will be a hum,
bling and gratifying experience;
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right playful this weeks
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youthful attitude by hosting A
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“The Memory of a Good Person is A Blessing”

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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 3

Precious and Treasured Memories

In of
Loving Memory Pe er
Ethel Li Simmons
Dec 18th 2005

“Shine on forever with your Jesus”

“Tt has been two years since the Lord put His arms
Around you and took you home to rest;
His garden is very beautiful because you are there.

Love Always your husband, |
: is ‘ae ree 4 7]. We know that to be absent from this body is to be
Frank; children, Sydney, ee eta ance

Present with the Lord.” |
Joann, Frank Jr. 2 Dale z ‘Sadly missed but fondly remembered by your children:
Delphlee, Dwayne, Daron and | Andrea and Donna Miller, Collas Miller-Pinder, Rev.

: Dr. Jackson Miller, JP, and Sylvia Miller-Knowles;
Necy; Sisters, Blanch and — grandchildren: Christy and Crystal Pinder, Ashley and

| |} Shaquille Knowles; one sister: Mrs. Rosemarie Burke
Maria; Brother, Danny;. — Hoel oe Se and a host of other relatives and friends.
Grandchildren, Great Grand _ 3

children, other special || |} Well always love you!
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PAGE 4, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006

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- 51 68/328- 1eee( oes 1352

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

E. ALVERN
THOMPSON-
PLAKARIS, 50

a resident of Seabreeze Lane
will be held at 10:30a.m on
Friday, 15th December, 2006
at Grants Town Seventh- day
Adventist Church Wellington
Street. Officing will be Pastor
H. A. Roach, Pastor E. D.
Clarke and Pastor A. Burrows.
Interment followsd in the
Western Cemetery Nassau
Street.



























She is survived by her husband, Anthony Plakaris; sons, s, Anthony
II, Adrian and Alexander Plakaris; daughter, Ajike Plakaris;
grandson, Anthony III; brother, Monte Thompson; five sisters,
Gweneth Paul, Cynthia Archer, Magnal, Hermane and Velma
Thompson; numerous nephews and nieces including, Donavan,
Claudine and Cayden Moxey, Mark, Makyle, Simone, Sharia,
Shamaal and Doyle Paul, Aldon, Shekeatha, Tamica, Kailecia,
Kirkwood and Aleion Jai Thompson: father-in- -law, George
Plakaris; six brothers-in-law, Fred Paul, Kendall, Mark, Stephan,
Christopher and Francis Plakaris: three sisters-in- -law, Dena,
Stephanie and Yvette Plakaris a host of other relatives and friends
including, Julia Bain, Carolyn Demeritte, Beverley Bain, Anna
Smith, William and Philmon Wilson, Mae ‘Armbrister and family,
Philip and Mary Moxey, Dolly Foster and family, Ruth Miller
and family, Orville Gibson and family, Alfred and Gloria Brown
and family, Evelyn Deveaux and family, Elvia Hart and family,
Daphne Lamm and family, Ann Stubbs and family, Bernice
Roker Collins and family, Kenneth Poitier and family, Heneritta
Poi tier and family, Magnus Swann, Selma Joseph and family,
Leon Sweeting, Flora Hanna and family, Ruby Murdoch-Hill
and family, Cecil and Emma Williams and family, Marilyn
Williams, Alton and Marge Cargill and family, Wilbert and Eulah
Edgecombe and family, Eulah Francis and family, Frances Johnson
and family, Yvonne Roberts and family, Adelma Penn and family, §
Veronica Roach McGee and family, Roland and Olga Brown [
and family, Toostie Brown and family, Anita Mildred Brown |
and family, Lee Rolle Strachan and family, Dawn Rolle Finlayson §
and family, Glenville Rolle, Kathy Davis and family, Luann Chea §
and family, Yvonne Paul and family, Cannie Ramsey and family, §
Clarice Varence and family, Kendal Marshall, Cheyanne Bain [
and family, Evans, Archer and Ramsey families, and the entire
Bain Town and Seabreeze Lane Communities.





































Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Cedar Crest

Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Thursday from
12noon to 6: 00p. m and at the church on Friday from 9:00a.m
until service time.

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Pinder’s Funeral Home

_ “Service Beyond Measure”

PALMDALE AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE: 322-4570/ 393-1351 * CELL: 357-3617

| RANNIE PINDER President |

FUNERAL SERVICE |

GORDON
ALAN
-PRYKE, 52



| of Little Blair, Nassau

f and formerly of

fF London, England, who

idied at Doctor's

' Hospital on Monday

December 11th, will be held at the Current

Gospel Chapel, Current, North Eleuthera on

Saturday December 16th at 11:00 am. Burial

will be in the Current Public Cemetery.

Evangelist Frank Perry, Elder Derek Elden,

Brother Osbourne Weech and Elder Elliot Neilly
officiating.

He is survived by his wife, Madge; his son,
Alan; daughter, Charlotte, stepdaughters, Kelly
and Tina; granddaughter, Madison; grandson,
Lorenzo; sister, Hillary; brothers, Richard and
Phillip; sisters-in-law, Carol, Joanne, Barbara,
Elsie, Maria and lena; brothers-in-law, Johnny, —
Kingsley, Alfred, Lester and Mike; nieces,
Justine, Caroline, Phillippa., Heather, Rochelle,

| Audra, Rachel, Cheyanne, Nicole, Alexis;
| nephews, Gary, Eric, Roger, Ron, Jordan and
| many other relatives and friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's
Funeral Home Palmdale Ave., Palmdale on
Thursday December 14th, 2006 from 6:00 pm |

| until 7: 00 pm.





THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Butler’s Funeral Homes
& Crematorium

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

‘FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR













MR. NEVILLE
“Hido”’
VICTOR HALL, 90





of Yonder Road off
Twynam Avenue will
be held on Monday,
December 18", 2006 at

S 2:00 p.m. at Glade
Tidings Tabertiacle; Kemp Road. Officiating
| will be Pastor Iréne Russell. Interment will









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Rudolph and Harry; One (1) Daughter;
Juanita Eldridge; Three (3) Daughters-in-
law; Deborah, Mizpah and Debbie; Nine (9)
Grandchildren; Patrice, Sean, Natalie, Rory,
Vicky, Tanya, Shannon, Sidra and Zack;






Emma, Shean, Austin, Isabel, Orion, Gordon,
Grace, Gabriel, Tyshon, Seanna and Jessica;
numerous other relatives and friends
especially the Farmer’s Cay Exuma, Ragged
Island and Long Island communities; Eugene
“Gene” Hall, mail boat captain Etienne Cephas
and: Caregiver Mrs. Stella Saunders.









Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’
Funeral Homes:and Crematorium, Ernest and
York Streets on Sunday from 3:00 p.m. until
5:00 p.m. and on Monday from 1:00 p.m.
until service time at the church.








_ | follow in the Eastern Cee Peewee! :

He is. sinnived by Three 3) Son; Charles,

Twelve (12) Great-grandchildren; J.T.,.



FHURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 5

Hutler’s Funeral Aomes
& Crematorium

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

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR











MS. ROSEMARY
“Mary”
CHARLES, 40



of Ridgeland Park West wil
be held on Saturday
December 16th, 2006 a
11:00 a.m. at Cooper’s |
Terrace Cathedral, Cooper’s
Terrace off Kemp Road.
Officiating will be Bishop &
Robert McPhee, Rev. Ivan

Marshall and Rev. Patrick J osey. Interment will follow
-in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

































i Left to cherish her memories are One aw Son;
| Valentino Charles; One (1) Sister; Linda Charles;
Four (4) Step-sisters; Lorraine, Margaret, Marilyn
and Michelle; One (1) Brother; Barry Parcoi; Special
friend; Allan Bannister; Five (5) Step-brothers;
Dennis, Kendal, Francis, Keith and Percy Jr.; Grand-
mother: Sarah Hutchison of Harbour Island; Two (2)
Aunts; Harriet Powell and Denise J ohnson; Two (2)
Nieces: Jonnice Adderley and Lyndell Bethel; Five
(5) Nephews; Clinton Charles, Devon Johnson, Derick
Adderley, Lynden and Lamon Bethel; One (1) Grand-
niece; Cliniesha Charles; One (1) Grand-nephew;
:Clinton Charles Jr. and other relatives and friends
including; The Staff of St. Luke’s Medical Laboratory,
Raquel, Ann, Syd, Excel Josey, Ethel, Oinia, Lynden
Bethel and family, Angela and family, The entire Balls
Alley Family, Nina, Irene, Carnette, Ella, Maxine,
Marine, Maria, Michelle, Beatrice and Family, The §
Fox Hill and Ridgeland Park Crew, Debbie and Family,
Nikki, Astrid and family, Joan and family, The entire
Dry Wall Crew at Atlanits Phase 3, Bishop Robert
McPhee and. the Members of Cooper’s Terrace
Cathedral and others too numerous to mention.



Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral
Homes and Crematorium, Ermest and York Streets on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the church.



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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

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PETER ALBERT
BURROWS, 69

of Cowpen Rd. died at Princess
Margaret Hospital on Friday 8th,
December, 2006

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IN LOVING MEMO

He is survived by his daughters,
Charmaine, Jackie and Petra |

| Burrows; grandson, Andrew
Archer; granddaughter, Adrianna Burrows; brothers,
Luther and Christopher Burrows; sisters-in-law, Teresa
and Colona Burrows, Helen Newbold, Hazel Chea,
Verna Demeritte, Terah and and Antionette Rahming;
brothers-in-law, Carl Butler, Maxwell Stubbs, Rev. Carl
Rahming, Melvin, Eddie, Noel, Eric and Leonard
Rahming; nieces, Alma Evans, Alayna (Nikki) LeDard,
Cora Colebrooke, Denise Hanna; Diane Burrows, Fercena
Burrows, Ann Smith, Theresa James, Marva Burrows,
Joan Riley, Gina Cooper; nephews, Vernon Hinds,
Andrew, Adrian, David, Neil, Mark and Anthony
Burrows, a host of relatives and friends including, Ann
and Neil Berco, Patricia Burrows, Altamese Isaacs,
Cyprianna, Frank and Lawerence Smith, Livingston,
Daniel and Junior Major, Billy and Doris Barry, Esau
Roker, Arlington Butler, Hyacinth Nicholls, Noreen
Major, Marina Pinder and family, Charles and Agnes
Thompson and Jackie Mycklewhyte.

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THE saa OBITUARIES



EGLONE GEORGE
NEYMOUR, 69











held at 11:00- a.m. on
Saturday, December 16, 2006

Pastor Charles Gardiner,

follow in Fox Hill Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.

Cherished memory held by his children, Tyrone,

law, Juliette Newman; five sisters, Virginia Smith,

Charlton, Prison Officer Zhavonne Mackey, P/C 2913

Smith; one aunt, Edna Bain; numerovis cousins including
Iris Demeritte, Daphne Lockhart, Betty Bain, Patricia
| Gardiner, Pamela Hunt, Cheryl Dean and Dione Dean
and a host of other relatives and friends including, Mr.

and Trace Security.

e

time.

Rock of Ages Funeral Chapel

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

ae SERVICES FOR











of St. Albans Drive, will be | |

at Church of God, Bernard |
Road. Officiating will be |

J assisted by other ministers of .
the gospel. Interment will |

» assisted by other ministers of the gospel. Interment will
| follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
‘Newman, Suezanne Johnson, Hezekiah Neymour, Left to cherish her memory are her mother, Antonia St
Dorothy Coakley, Hilton Black, Donna Neree and Denise : . : a4 ,
Wright; eighteen grandchildren, Troy and Tabrella | Eleny, two daughter, Pauoleney, ot Luck and’ Chamata
Newman, Dymphyna, Demaro and Tamara Cooper, |
Miguel, Brunelle and Brian Coakley, Patrick, Bianca |
and Biondie Black, Crystal and Sedeno Neree, Jermaine, |
Samantha and Shamell Black, John Wright and Delkino |
Key; one son-in-law, Brian Coakley; one daughter-in- | rade os
i Jeames, Roberto, Enski, Wistin, Rolef and Wilimson;
Deborah Deveaux, Mary Smith-Munroe, Agnes Smith- |
McKenzie and Princess Smith; one brother, Charles |
Smith; seven nieces, including Toni Mitchell, Keisha |
Smith and Faye Munroe; nine nephews, including Yule |
_ in-law, Rodric, Ernse and Limage; cousins, Elveus,
Dekelle Thompson, P/C Detective Mike Sears, Jamal |
| Linda and Mirise; special friends, Cemathew Saineus,
| Hortance, Tatie, Wisner, Molanie, Rameau, Rico, Jerry,
_ Emmanuel and Frank (Noula) and a host of other relatives
| and friends.

| Joe Johnson and the entire staff of Premier Importers _ . .

_ Friends may pay their last respects at The Rock of Ages

Prende may pay epic. Festool ac Récle oF Age: ! Funeral Chapel, Wulff Road and Pinedale on Saturday

Funeral Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and |
on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until funeral | ehireh from, 10,00 “a.m. until: service time.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 7







SULFICIA
CHARLES, 37

a resident of Okra Hill,
Nassau, Bahamas, will be held
at Francophone Seventh Day
Adventist Church, Balfour |
Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas. On
Sunday, December 17, 2006
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Pastor Edward St. Fleur,















Soldier Road.





Saineus; one son, Wateson Israel; one step-daughter;
Wencie Saineus; one step-son, Ernsy Saineus; four
brothers, Wisnord, Lovans and Tony Charles and Inocent
Daniel; three sisters, Silvanie, Filicia and Nadege
Charles; nephews, Norvins, Wivens, Maneson, Dieubens,







nieces, Sesca Charles, Chemelda, Ermana, Kendja,
Renette and Charline; aunts, Francine, Saifora and
Merite; uncle, Faniel Lucien; sisters-in-law, Meprise,
Judeland, Vedjna, Tiseur, Jolimene, Altagrace; brothers-







Elivert, Jean Claude, Johnny, Louidor, Gerda, Katia,







from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Sunday at the






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Pastors and members ot The Church of "Ge vd of P:
Road,

g
i

~ ROSEMARY
CLARKE, 57

Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.EK. Drive.

She is survived by her husband, Captain Franklyn Clarke; two }
sons, Sabrion and Captain Kelvin Clarke; one daughter, Samantha :
Clarke; three sisters, Kathleen, Louise and Ethelmae Reckley; one :
uncle, Benjamin Dames; three step-daughters, Joy Saunders, Betty :
Stuart and Dellarese; two step-sons, Inswerth Wilson and Benjamin :
Henderson; five grandchildren, Quintirio Arnett, Kentonique : : :
Cartwright, Keshawn Clarke, Kelvin Clarke Jr., El-Tano Bowe ; Memorial Gardens; J.E-K. Drive.
and Stafford Stuart; father-in-law, Isaac Clarke; eight sisters-in- :
| law, Elizabeth Reckley, Charlene Reckley, Alvida Lloyd, Elva :
Strachan, Betty Clarke, Karen Clarke, Andrea Clarke-Johnson and :
Barbara Carey; four brothers-in-law, Austin, Eric, Kendal and :
Philip Clarke; numerous nieces including Rosetta, Shanell, Nadia, :
Shenique, Charmaine, Francina, Jenny, Kristin, Natasha, Theodora, :
Sharlene, Donna, Antonella, Cecilia, Margaret, Jasmin, Clarice, :
Karen, Letisha and Katherina; numerous nephews including Shane, :
| Kenneth, Quintin, Arlington, Theodor, Don, Durran, Austin, Regis, : ;
Nelson OnG: eaaene Craig, Dereck, Michael, Victor, Kevin Tammy and Sheena Johnson; 10 nephews, Anthony Sr., Michael
Botan, Johnatian ane COuLaG, MUNG GUS erand aces tate : Nathaniel and Fabian Ferguson of Chicage Illinois; grand-nieces

Emza, Emily, Jaine, Waydenna, Anita, Julie, Jadie, Shenice,

Shantea, Lavern and Kenerea; grandnephews including Solomon, :
| Briantinio, Breon, Mario, Shelton, Javardo, Jarad, Jamal, Tavon, :
| Brandon, Cordero, Kenneth and Jeremy; host of other relatives :

and friends including Harry, Philip, Ervin, MIilton, Tommy, Robbie, :

Preston, Lonzer, Roland, Wendel, David, Ike, Ronnie, Steve, :

Wennice, Mervin, Mildia, Enid, Charity, Angie, Rosetta, Keva, :
| Kayla Marilyn, Elmetta, Nathalie, Prescola, Beverley, Deza, Celia, :
| Margaret, Jessiemae, Joy, Barbara, Ineza, Betty, Lavra, Cynthia, :

Leon, Inspector Basil Rahming, Rev. Elgarnet Rahming, Philip, :

Naomi Hanna, Welly, Annette, Troy, Kendal and Kevin, staff and :

students of Carmichael and Adelaide Primary Schools, Anna Hanna

and family, Ms. McIntosh and family, Ms. Joanna Taylor and :
family, Ms Melvina Cash and family, Quinton A: nette, Shervin }
is and family; :
cy, Blue :
nd the entire :

y of Old Cedar }

Stubbs and family, Edith Clarke and fa amily, Mrs, Day



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Mr. Babbs and family, Ms Collie
community of Yellow Elder Gardens.



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Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020¢ Robinson Rd & 5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 ¢ 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

PE Bites For

: Street.

| of Old Cedar Street, Yellow Elder :
~| Gardens and formerly of Moores :
. | Island, Abaco, will be held on :
| Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at Church of :
| Phophecy, East Street Tabernacle. :

| Officiating will be Pastor Shelton L. :
Beneby, assisted by Associate Pastor :
Arthur L. Maycock and Lay Minister :
Miriam Curtis. Interment will be in :



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

: The body will repose at Kunies Memorial Mortuary, Robinson |
: Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
-and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

FRANKLYN HOWARD
JOHNSON,
BETTER KNOWN AS
"JUNIOR", 37

of Maxwell Lane and formerly of
Gibbs Corner, will be held on |
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at
Transfiguration Baptist Church,
Market and Vesey Street. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Stephen Thompson
assisted by Rev. Basil Johnson. Interment will be in Lakeview |

He is survived by his father, Bertrum Johnson; stepmother, Leona

Johnson; three sisters, Sybil Toote, Audrey and Clodella Sands;

four brothers, Granville Penn and Clarington; Asa and Wendall |
Johnson; one uncle, Solomon Johnson; three aunts, Elisa Ferguson, |
Mary Pratt and Netta Scavella; 15 nieces, Gloria Toote of |
Hollywood, Florida, Cynthia Toote, Joycelyn Wells of Plantation, |
Florida, Barbara Toote, Nancy Cleare, Susan NcNair of Miramar, |
Florida, Dawn, Marsha, Patrice and Dale Ferguson, Janice, Terry,

and Godfrey Toote, Lynden, Garvin and Matthew Johnson, Edward,

and grand-nephews; one sister-in-law, Valeri Johnson; other
relatives including Lovetha Rolle, Luella Ingraham, Remelda
Rolle, Rev. Reuben Deleveaux, Kenneth Deleveaux, Miss Doreen
of Miami, Florida, Delores Deleveaux, Hilda Johnson, Rev. Cephus
Ferguson, Rollington Ferguson, Admiral Ferguson, Willie Ferguson,
Beatrice Henfield, Dottielee Bastian, Inez Beneby, Esther Ferguson,
Clarence Johnson, Robert Johnson, Thelma Beneby and Ellen
Ferguson, Dr. Rajesh Ramineni and the staff of Jackson Memorial
Hospital and the management and staff of Kurtiss Memorial
Mortuary.

If we have omitted your name please forgive us, but sorrow has

a way of clogging one's memory.



The bod yw ill repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6: 00 pt m.
and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary

- Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020e Robinson Rd & 5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 ¢ 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

Last Rites For








MINISTER NEULON’
ROLLE, 80 -

of Curtis, Exuma, will be held on
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. at Mt. Sinai
Union Baptist Church, : Stuart
Manor, Exuma. Officiating will be
Rev. Cedric Smith, assisted by other
ministers. Interment will be in The -
Public Cemetery, Curtis, Exuma.












































He is survived by his loving and.
vee devoted wife, Izona Rolle; seven.
sons, Philip, Donald, Sergeant Walter, Solomon, Patrick, Perry and
Deon Rolle; eight daughters, Deaconess Dorothea, Jacquelyn,
Celcier and Shantell Rolle, Deaconéss Mildred Rolle-Kelly, Inspector
Lula Rolle-Dean, Sergeant Dotlynn Rolle-Storr and Terry Rolle-
Arthur; adopted daughter, Sheila McPhee; three brothers, Elder
William, Cornelius and Bishop Hartman Rolle; two sisters, Lillian
- and. Naomi McKenzie; 33 grandchildren, Lawanda, Philip Jr.,
Phileze, Lanese, Katrina, Corey, Cyprianna, Keneisha, Danica,
Teia, Ozzette, Najee, Kera, Santana, Shanae, Neulon Jr., Tempest,
Tiaja, Sharanda, Patrick Jr., Amad, Italia, Omar, Akeeme, Megan,
Brittany, Robyn, Jeffery, Aneka, Ventroy, Shantell, Dellarese and
Jamal; 12 great grandchildren, Jayden, Ka'Vaughnte, Corrine, -
La'Vaughnte, D'nae, Ej., Judah, Ventrol Jr., Tremere, Kayaan,
Zyunique and Trenique; godchild, Keisha Rolle; two sons-in-law,
Rev. Dr. George Kelly and Oswald Dean; nieces and nephews, Rev
and Mrs. Irvin Clarke, Deaconess Judy Munroe, David, Carmetta,
Rachel, Robert, Neuzia, Euthlee, Rochelle, Simeon, Allan Jr.,
Neville, Patrenella, Everette, Glenroy, Bernadette, Jennifer, Dwayne,
Jeffrey, Veronica, Sybil, Eulease, Bernice, Drueillia, Jocelyn,
Rosalie, Cornelius Jr., Otis, Ricardo and Randy Rolle, Leon and
Enamae Flowers, Lester, Moses, Perry, Earnest, Tyrone, Princess, .
_ Yvonne, Nadine, Willard, Alfred, Brian, Duke, Val, Kezie, Sally,
_Geraldene, Zenola, Millicent and Arnette McKenzie, Terrance,
Magnola, Gwendolyn Lloyd and family, Alvara Moultrie, Nora
Stuart, Emily, Alfreda, Nathan, Nettimae and Sadie Munnings and
family; four daughters-in-law, Jennifer, Joan, Michelle and Bernice
Rolle; three brothers-in-law, Poitier Lloyd, Lawrence Taylor and
Wellington Charlton; seven sisters-in-law, Sarah, Essie and Pamela
Rolle, Jullietta Charlton, Carrimae Curry, Laura Taylor and Caroline —
| Munnings; host of other relatives and friends including Rev. Cedric
Smith and family, Rev. Franklyn McKenzie and family, Rev. Irvin
Clarke and family, Rev. Leslie Curtis and family, Rev. Charles W.
Saunders and family, Rev. Ivan F. Butler and family, Rev. Simeon .
: Hall and family, Livingston Smith and family, Carol Cleare,.Roland
Ferguson, Jacinth Taylor, Ethlyn Rolle and family, Luther and ©
Thelma Rolle, Brandon and Enisca Jones of Freeport, Sonia Hanna, .
Lorna Alexander, Kermit, Randy and Rosie Smith, Lay Miniser
Viola Deveaux, William Newbold, Hanna Brice and familly, Jestina -
Neely and family, Majorie Nixon and family, Angela Rolle, and
the Curtis, Stuart Manor and Alexander families.



yy



The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Ramsey,
Exuma on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and at the
church on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 9






































FREEPORT NASSAU
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312 3 P.O. Box CB-12072

Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 » Fax: (242) 373-3005

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

BABY CAMILLO |
ALEXANDER SWEETING,
SIX WEEKS

Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 » Fax: (242) 340-8034

of Rupert Dean Lane, will be held on Sunday,
December 17th, 2006 at the Southern Cemetery,
| Cowpen and Spikenard Road.

He is survived by his Mother: Candi Bain, Father:
Renaldo Sweeting, One Brother: Renaldo
Sweeting, Grand Parents: Cynthia Sweeting,
Geoffrey Rahming Sr., Wayde Bain and Marilyn
Bain, Great Grand Parent: Joyce Sweeting, Aunts:
Dominique and Britney Bain, Quanesha Pickering
and Roan Bain, Uncles:. Avery Sears and Wayde
Bain Jr., Other Relatives and Friends including:

- Pauline, Dorette, Virginia Sawyer, Brenda Hachett,
Sandra, Hazel Sears, Beneby, Pandora Rolle, Susan
Smith, Louise Johnson, Marilyn Rolle, Dereck,
Neville, Sammy, and Barron Bain, Patrick, James,
William, Charles, and Lloyd Ingraham, Jeremiah
Rolle, Charles Marcline, Woney Bain, Wildera,
Darmen, Brian, Krystal, Anton Ingraham, Dennis,
Sharon, Simone Sawyer, Devin, Sharon Beneby,
Tanya, Indera, Dereck Jr., Ronique, Jamal, Javarill,
Javet, Moreno, Vernon, Tahi, Stacey, Nevil Jr.,
Miguel, Eniry Bain Jr., Corey, Cody, Colby
Cartwright, Niketa, Nigel Jr., Nikito Burrows,
Nevette Burrows, Marvette, Marva Ferguson, Roy
Anna Moss, Carel Jr., Cladesha, Claudet Johnson,
Catherine, Linda, Judy, Monica, Evon, Shanel,
Evette, Raymond, B. J., Abby, Maquel, and others
too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at |
Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium
Ltd. on Saturday from 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p. m.



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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






CALVIN NAVERN
KEMP JR., 66




HELD ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th,












WAY, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.



Left to cherish his fond memories are his Wife: Terrecita Rose Kemp; Sons:
Kevin Navern Kemp and John Trevor Kemp; Brothers: John, Stanmitz,
Wilton, Preston and Garnet Kemp; Sisters: Janeth Donahue, Margaret
Cunningham, and Ellen Kemp; Aunt: Rev. Levinia Stuart; Nephews: John,
Ricardo, Orlando, Jason, Reginald Saunders, Calvin Wilton James, Shanga,
Jonathan, and Whitney; Nieces: Patrice Gibson, Tanya Scavella, Portia McCoy,
Kimberly Adderley, Shanell, Chantell, Carla, Quinnae and Britney Kemp; In-








Andros, Loretta Stubbs & Family of Fresh Creek, Alfred “Milo” Stubbs &
Family, Thomas Curry & Family, Alfred Jarret & Family of Nassau, Lorelda
Burrows & Family of Nassau, Mary Smith & Family of Miami, Florida,




Donna Douglas & Family of Orlando, Zack Francis & Family of Ft. Lauderdale,











Wilkinson, Vangy, Trudy and Cynthia; Cousins: Rev. Alfred Stuart, Rev.

family, Leslie & Carmelina Burrows & family, Richard & Rev. Bessie Dean
& family of Hatchet Bay, Kenneth “Congo Man” Kemp, Commodore Butch

& Iris Hepburn & family, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Johnson & family of Toronto,
Canada, Mrs. Coraine Rolle & family, Sylvia‘ Matthews & family of New
York, the Coakley family of Nassau, Canada & New York, the Johnson and










McQueens family of Hatchet Bay, Rev. Eric Johnson & family, Rev. Leroy
Carey & family, Bill Albury & family, Rev: Lambert Farrington & family,

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR

: & family, Garnet Kemp & family, Mr. & Mrs. Leanna Bain & family, Frankie
i & Katharina Durahan & family, Mr. & Mrs. Steven Johnson & family, the
! Cambridge family, Uric Dean & family, Leroy Bell, Lona Kemp & family,
: Sylvia Bethel & family, George Cambridge & family, Rev. Lambert Farrington
: : & family, Curley Aranaha & family, Wendy Wallace & family all of Nassau,

OF #104 C, PALM CLUB, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF |: Bay, Cora Hutchison of Nassau, Rhona Pinder of Hatchet Bay; Friends: Mr. ©
HATCHET BAY, ELEUTHERA WILL BE : Philip Bethel & family of Eleuthera, Oscar & Edith Thompson & family, Mr.
: & Mrs. Oswald Brown & family, Dr. & Mrs. Daswell Coakley & family, Hon.
q 2006 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE PRO- : Maurice E. Moore & family, C.A. Smith & family, Cannon Harry & Mrs. Ann

sy CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING, ! Bain & family, Senator, Hon. Caleb Outten, Dashville Williams, Mr. Lawrence

EAST ATLANTIC DRIVE & PIONEER’S : McIntosh & family, Ms. Ugie Turnquest & family, Mrs. Patsy Roberts &
: family, Mrs. Olive Henfield & family, Ms. Carolyn Hanna & family, Arch

OFFICIATING WILL BE THE REV’D : Deacon Cornel Moss, Mrs. Ethlyn Major & family, Olga Culmer & family,

CANON HARRY BAIN — RECTOR; : Mary Morris & family, Sonny Martin & family, Violet Johnson & family, Les.

ASSISTED BY: ARCHDEACON CORNELL MOSS, THE REV’D. CANON : & Palm Gibby & family of the United Kingdom, Headley Forbes & family,

WINFIELD GOODRIDGE AND_ THE REV’D. TELLISON GLOVER. : Valeria Culmer & family, Pedro Perpall & family, Mr. Reg Smith, Mr. George

INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL : Smith, Office Staff of Palm Club, Queens Cove family, Mr. Craig Woods &

PARK, FROBISHER DRIVE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. : Bahamas Film Commission & staff, Churchill Tenner Knowles & family, Mr.
i Harvey Tynes & family, Norris R. Carroll & family, Terence R.H. Gape,
: Neville Wilchcombe II, Ruth Bowe-Darville & Family, Dr. Iva Dahl-Brown
: & family, Elaine Sands & family, Mrs. Kirklyn Moody, Mrs. Eva Schaffner
: & family, Naomi Seymour & family, Albert & Jackie Gray & family, Oscar
: Porter & family, Roger Johnson & family, H. Rudy Sawyer, Bradford Johnson
i & family, Kevin & Sandra Russell, Sanford & Mary Culmer & family, Sandra
: Dressler & family of New York, Victoria Russell & family, Sarah Forbes &
i: family, Harriett “Baby” Johnson & family; Chenena Gibson & family, Greg
Laws: Mr. & Mrs. Basil Neymour & Family, Mable Stubbs of Fresh Creek; :
i Staff of Cool 96, Management & Staff of Dupuch & Turnquest & Co.,
: Management & Staff of Becky’s Restaurant, Management & Staff of Geneva’s,
i Management & Staff of 3 J’s, Management & Staff of Rebo Jewelry,
Kingsley Williams of Miami, Florida, Inspector Kenrey Stubbs & Family, i

: the family of The Pro Cathedral of Christ the King, and the Masonic Family
Billie Brown & Family of Nassau, the Wilkinson family, Vernon “Boy” : of Harmony Lodge #25 of Grand Bahama; Numerous Other Friends and

: Relatives including: Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister, Hon. Obie ‘
Timothy Stuart, Rev. Father Gilbert Thompson, and Rev. Kirklyn Bethel, all- | Wilchcombe, M.P. & Minister of Tourism, Hon. Alfred Sears, M.P., Minister
of Nassau, Hon. Alvin Smith, Member of Parliament for North Eleuthera & :
Mrs. Nettie Smith & family, Dr. Philip Thompson, Beverley Kemp & Family, :

: Bridgewater, M.P., Hon. Ann Percentie-Russell, M.P., Sen. Hon. Dr. Marcus
Dr. & Mrs. Calsey Johnson & family of Nassau, Adrian & Viola Johnson &: :

:; .Bethel, Minister of Energy and The Enviroment,.Sen. Hon. Dr. B.J..Nottage,
: Minister of Health, Hon. Fred Mitchell, M.P., Minister of Foreign Affairs,
: Lillian Williams & family of Nassau, Natasha Burrows & family, the Isaac .
Scavella & family, Mrs. Lida Scavella & family, Sheila Brown Thomas of ; family of Nassau, Ethlyn Stuart & family, Franklyn Wilson & Family of
Abaco, Mrs. Rose Wood & family, Val Wring & family, Mrs. Florence Scavella . :

& family, Mrs. Lorna Dean & family, Mr. Campbell Dean & family, Clyde

:~ Law School, Annie Pinder, Linclon & Heather Strachan & family, Gurney &
: Debbie Armstrong & family, Arthur Jones, Staff of Scotiabank Freeport
: Branch, Pat Saunders, Annis Pinder & the Pinder family, Cabrina Adderley,
Kemp family of Hatchet Bay, the Bethel family, the Pinder family and the : the Grand Bahama P.L.P. Women’s Branch, Michelle Reckley. & family,
: Leonora Kemp, Gloria Archer & Family, Mr. & Mrs Oswald Cuffy, and the
: business community of Freeport. ee ee
Rev. Spence Pinder & family, Craig Farrington & family, all of Hatchet Bay, : :
Rev. Leon Johnson & family, Pat Paul & family, the Farrington family of | VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “IRENIC SUITE” OF RESTVIEW
Hatchet Bay and Nassau, Eddilie Johnson & family, Doc Stuart & family, :
Rev. Delbirth Bethel & family, Sidney Bethel & family, Marina Sands &
family, Hycienth Saunders & family, Alma Cartwright & family, Wilfred :
Coakley & family, Hosea & Bobby Adderley & family, Dr. Alfred & Vivian :
Brathwaite & family, Pam, Leslie & Minkie Isaacs, Whyatt Johnson & family, :
Stephen “Gabo” Coakley & family, Ellen Serville & family, Kenneth Kemp :

_THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES





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

Dr. & Mrs. John Coakley of Canada, Mrs. Terrecita Carey & family of Hatchet

Christie & family, Management & Staff of Atlantic Realty, Management &

Management & Staff of The Ministry of Tourism both Freeport and Nassau,

of Education, Sir Clement T. Maynard & family, Hon. Pleasant M.M.

Nassau, Sean McSweeney and Family, Keith & Yvette McSweeney, Erskin
& Lula Gray & Family of Nassau, Student Association of Eugene Dupuch

MEMORIAL MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST
CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY FROM. |
10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M AND ON SATURDAY AT THE CHURCH FROM
9:30 A.M. TO SERVICE TIME.



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES



FREEPORT
11A Edst 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

DOROTHY LOUISE
BARNETT, 81.

OF PELICAN POINT, GRAND

GRAND BAHAMA.




POINT, GRAND BAHAMA.

She is predeceased by her Husband: Louis Barnett; Parents:

Pinder.

One adopted son: Kenneth Laing; One Adopted Daughter:

Henford Carey and Larry Tucker; One sister: Emily Stuart:

McAuthur Bailey, Curtis Pinder, Jathan, Jarvis, Decaris,
Andrew, Olivia, Jamaal, Rodney Jr., Rashad:and Rodniqua,
DeShane, Byron and Allison Barnett, Franklyn Cooper,

me aN SERVICE FOR

: Kellie Laing; Seven Grand daughters-in-law: Sabrina
: Brennen, Lisa Bowe, Naomi, Wendy, and Onica Pinder,
: | Nicole Barnett and Melinda Cooper; Three Grandsons-
OF HIGH ROCK, GRAND :
BAHAMA AND FORMERLY :



Lewis; Thirty-one Great-grandchildren: Robert and
: Robertha Sweeting, Antonio and Amelia Hall, Brandon

BAHAMA WILL BE HELD ON : Brennen, Acquell, Randolph Jr., Arial and Alia Seymour,

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th, |
2006 AT 11:00 AM AT St. |
MATTHEW’S. BAPTIST :

CHURCH, PELICAN POINT, | 2US é
: Julian Barnett and Kiarsha Lewis; One great grandson-

Ashomy, Tyrone, Kirklyn, Chandra, Chad, Chantia, Britney,

OFFICIATING WILL BE REV. |
LAWRENCE PINDER; ASSISTED BY: REV. PAUL |
MULLINGS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW IN THE |

PELICAN POINT PUBLIC CEMETERY, PELICAN :
: Pinder and family, Lily Hield, Linda Riley and family,

Rhetta Newman and family, Emmanuel Baptist Prayer
Group, Geleta Knowles and family, Clifton Cooper and

Jathan and Margaret Heild-Laing; Brothers: Oreal and :

Urias Laing; Grand children: Sean B d Hartley |
sg Co Se ee, ? Chootosingh, Sheila Johnson-Smith, Lorraine Newbold,

: Supt. Mott-Jones of Royal Bahamas Police Force, Calvin

Left to cherish her memories are her Nine children: Maria :
Brennen, Willamae Bowe, Rosemary Pinder, Gary, Godfrey, :
Rodney, I d Beverley Barnett, and R Carey; : : yuty ;

ie 7 Ge AAG : family, Devincia Rahming and family, Ruby Outten and
‘| Toni Barnett-Evans; Five daughters-in-law: Jeane Bailey- :
Barnett, Helen, Beverly S.and Alice Barnett, and Suezette :

| F -in-law: G B 1 P : :
sing; Four sons Anlaw: George Brmmen, Clifford Finder, : Bridgewater, MP, and family, Beulah Thomas and family,
Two brothers: Benjamin and Enos Laing of New ; Cheryl Rolle and family, The BORCO family, The Freeport

Providence; Four Sisters-In-law: Victoria, and Betty Laing, | Container Port (especially the finance/operations dept.),

Gladys Barnett, and Iris Williams of New Providence: : The Hield families of Grand Bahama, Staff of Sandilands
Caretaker: Louicilia Louis; Thirty-six Grandchildren: |

Michelle and Barrington Brennen, Randolph Seymour, :
Monique, Stanley and Craig Bowe, Curtis, Clifford Jr., and ;
Clinton Pinder, Cassandra Blaylock, Garrington, Webster,

Vandei Tina Barnett, Th 3

anderson and Tina Barnett, Theresa Jadorte, Clea and | SUITE” OF RESTVIEW MEMORIAL MORTUARY &
: CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD,
: FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY FROM
Kimber! ‘sterli : 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND AT THE CHURCH ON
Burniberdy Lewis, Henrietta Catey, Ctisterling, Krystle and | SATURDAY FROM 9:30 A.M UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

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NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Taleohone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034













in-law: Ronald Blaylock Sr., Justin Jadorte Sr. and Ernest







Christian Bowe, Sheneira Brown, Romeko, Chavargo,





Cyle, Ronald Blaylock Jr., Ciera,Tristan and Jayda Pinder,
Justin and Tibberley Jadorte, Carrington, Jamaal Jr, and






in-law: Merrill Brown; One great-great grandchild:
Kassidy Brown; Other Relatives & Friends: Cecilia Cooper
and family, Matilda Andrews and family, Hazel Baillou
and family, Odetta Cooper and family, Rev. Lawrence







family, Henry Cooper and family, Eric Baillou and family,
Audley Feaster, John Martin and family, Barbara





Parker and family, C. A. Smith and family, Honorable
Kenneth Russell, MP, and family, Kendal Duncombe and
family, Larry Robinson and family, Deloris Moncur and







family, Collins Hield and family, Doris Knowles and family,
Granville Lewis and family, Cecelia Gilbert and family,
Leonard Laing and family, Deanne Jones, Pleasant









Hospital especially Staff of Thompson’s Ward,
Moore’s Island and Watercay, the Laing families of Grand
Bahama and Abaco and the entire East End Community.





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Semi Military Service for
Retired Sgt. 633
AUSTIN DUNCOMBE, 58 |:

Tynes.



ame ) Drive.

Left to cherish her memory are, mother: Victoria Smith; mother- :
in-law, Nollie Higgs; father-in- law, Herman Higgs; adoptive

fathers,

Leonard Minns and Mitchell Turnquest; sons, Hanklyn, Gerard :
and Anthony; daughters, Indira and Indishsa; ‘brother, Anthony :
Smith;sisters, Agatha and Ellen; brothers-in-law,Timothy, Micheal, :
Samuel and Andrew Higgs, Bryan and Ian Bain; sisters-in-law, : >,
Hermantte, Christine and Sallymae Higgs, Sharon, Deborah, ; zig
Courtnell and Tania Bain; grand children, Ashlee, Aaryn, Tonzia, :

: Cowpen and Spikenard Road.
Agatha, Wanda, Marsha, Jennifer, ‘Rev. Evelin Gooding and }
Essemay Barr from Ft Lauderdale Florida, Prince Albert from :

Kai, Jermaine and Ashante; cousins, Etta Smith, Elvira, Joyce,

California, Carol, Keith, Dale, Chris, Sharon and Brian; nieces
and nephews, Victoria Smith, Dion, and Seari knowles, Kareem,
Corey and Peter Bowe, Dominic Nicole and Damien Kikivarakis,
Pratt, Tyler and Trenton Seymour, Keisa and Ireland Knowles,
Dreson and Sean Knowles Jr. and Kareem Bowe Jr.;

especially C.A Hutchinson, Mr. Paul Farquharson Commissioner

Thompson, The Comfort Zone, Sinclair Cartwright, Mr.Charlton,

family including John (Timer), Joycelyn, Winifred and Norma,
Camille, Tokenya Fox and family, Delva, Tanya, Tasha, Patrice,
Oris and Vonne Marshall, Mr Fernander, The Wilson family, The

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

a resident of Johnson Road ae
formerly of Deadman's Cay Long :
Island, will be held at St. Barnabas :
Anglican Church, Baillou Hill and :
Wulff Roads, on Saturday at 2:00 : -
p.m. Officiating will be Canon Basil : |

Interment follows in: | —
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK : | ©



community, Eleuthera community especially Harbour island, Grand
: Bahama community and a host of 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
from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

MICHEL
JOSEPH, 35

a resident of Constitution Drive &
formerly of Port A Paix, Haiti, will
be held at Bethesda Faith Ministries |
International. Independence

Shopping Center, Harold Road, on
Saturday December 16th, 2006 at
11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
Idez E. Laroda, assisted by Minister
Alexander Laroda. Interment
follows in Southern Cemetery,



Left to cherish his memory are his special friend, Betty Dorvas;

: 1 daughter, Melissa Naika Joseph; sisters, Yvana, Elda, Davuiela,
: Kerlande, Odette and Sandra Joseph and Micheline Belfort; brothers,
: Emest and Yve Joseph and Dino Fisque; aunts, Louisiane and
Keino and Nichate Marshall, Shadae and Shandira Bain, Tanicia :

Juliana Joseph both of Haiti, Virginie Joseph of Miami and Mm

: Manno Georges of Haiti; uncles, Janus and Oreste Joseph both of
friends :
including, Mr Errington Rahming "MBE" President and the :
members of the Royal. Bahamas Police Force retired officers.

Miami, Dejeune and Manus Joseph and Dumercy Maxime of
Miami; cousins, Fruno, Francillon, Tsienet, Reynold and Emanuel

: Nicolas, Kenson, Rodrique and Raymond Georges, Grogance
+ Rock, Senel, George and Lavina Joseph, Wisler Rock, Wisly,
of Police and the Royal Bahamas Police Force, especially Chief :
Superintendent McCoy, Rhonda Duncombe, Pastor Waiter Hanchell :
and the peoples assembly church and family, Shakey, Miss Irene

Rend and Rubert Dorval, Marc, Eve and Yvon Joseph, Adrien and
Leocarl Charles, Linda Aritis, Wisler Rock, Herard Cajusle,
Jacqueline Charles, Fernando Fernand, Kettly, Yvrose Joseph,

: Guerline Dorval, Yvette, Roseline, Eddeine, Sophonic and Jeanine
The Johnson Road family including Brenda Brown, The Grand :
Prize Bar family, Ruth Brown and family, Mr Edmund Strachan :
and family, Shelly Fernander and family, Rosnell Capron and :
family, The Quackoo St. family especially Anjelica, The Turnquest: :

Joseph, and Mariane Gelur; nephews, John Bedly and James Kelly
Derisma, Wilson Gelin, Vladimir Momperousse, Friko Duverce,
Marke Valentino St. Ipmon and Juvence Paul; nieces, Sandra
Momperousse and Anne-Leura Joseph; motherin-law, Centenaire

? Chernelus; bother-in-law, Mates St. Ipmon, Wiolson Pierre and
: Limage Momperousse, other relatives and friends including, Wilner
: Nixamar, Eveline, Anne Rose, Mn. Gustave, Makenson, Mrs. Elie
Miller family, The Bowe family, The Johnson family, Claramae }
Strachan and family, Darmeeko, Franz, Julian, Nicknell, Kevin, |
Chadston, The entire Rock Crusher Road community, Special :
Thanks to, Bahamas Meter Cab, Top Notch Builders and The :
Ministiy of Education Security Department especially Mr. Garth :
| Johnson and Mr. Farrington, Long Island community, Exuma |

Sumeus, Tison Edmond Roman.

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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REV. DR. ORNAN
AZARIAH PRATT, 89



















Cemetery, Meeting Street.





















































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-FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

: family, Bishop Michael and Rev. Hilda Symonette and family, Pastors,
: Officers and Members of the St. John's Native. Baptist Society of
: Churches, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Francis and the First Baptist Family,
: Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith and Mt. Horeb Baptist family, Mother

a resident of South Street and formerly
of New Bight, Cat Island, will be held :
_at St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, ;
Meeting Street, on Sunday December :
17th, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. Officiating :
will be Rev. Dr. Michael C.
Ss tte, and Rev. Dr. Carri i ; : : : Pages
Spe agente othe: oe feos : family, Pastors Felix and Cyprianna Rolle and the New Birth Ministries
of the gospel. Interment follows in St.
John's Native Bapti thedral ; eet :

ohn's Native Babine Geleds : (Purdue, Virginia), Incarnation Episcopal Church (Miami, Fla.), Christ
i The King Anglican Church (Freeport G.B.), Rev. Dr: Roland Hamilton,
_Dr. Perry Gomez, Rev. Dr. William Thompson, pastors, officers and
~ members of the National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention,

Rev. Jerome Pratt; one daughter - Mrs. Stephanie Seymour; four i Rev. Dr. Samuel Greene, pastors, officers and members of the Bahamas

daughters-in-law, Rosa, Virginia, Ruth and Karen; one son-in-law, Keith }
Seymour; grandchildren, Brian, Mitchell, Jacqueline and J. Edward :
Pratt; stepgrandchildren, Keon, Ryan and Marsha Hewitt; brothers and :
sisters-in-law, Dec. Hexon and Deaconess Palma Pratt, Alton and i

Clofield Pratt, David and Millicent Pratt and Bloneva Pratt; numerous: Eugene Patton and family, Rev. and Mrs. Ellerston Smith and family,

nieces and nephews including, Deaconess Sheila and Patrick Seymour Dec. and Mrs. Lindsey Williamson and family, Dec. and Mrs. Huel

and family, Deaconess Elsaida and Nathaniel Porter and family, : Moss and family, Dec. and Mrs. Nehemiah Cooper and family, Deaconess
Deaconess Mavis Butler and family, Henry and Lorraine Curry and |
family, Rev. Ekron and Julia Pratt and family, Wendel and Miriam Pratt :
and family, Louise Davis and family, Shirley Curry and family, Derain :
and Francell Pratt, Charles Pratt and family, Dr. Godfrey, Matthian and i
Joy, Vandyke and Latoya, Candace, Elaine and Yvonne Pratt, Dr. Paula :

and Averille Mortimer and family, Beryl Armbrister, Pamela Knowles, Johnson and family, Bro. Stafford and Sis. Sadie Moss and family, Sis.

Hannah Dames and family, Greg, Mario, Marilyn, Janet, David Jr., : Helena Morley-Thompson and family, Minister and Mrs. Ezra Dean

Ornan, Bradley, Beverley and Carla Pratt; other relatives and friends | and family, Bro. Norman and Sis. Wordel Dean and family, Mr. Mercilien
including, Rev. Prince Hepburn and family, Missionary Firstena Christie
-and family, Dec. Berlin and Ruth Pratt and family, Rev. Garnet and }
Henrietta Rolle and family, Falcon and Jean Pratt and family, Ellerton :
and Veronica Pratt and family, Mother Marina Fernander and family, :
Euloise Hart and family, Florence Bonaby and family, Sylvia Pratt and i
family, Madline Gray and family, Dr. Davidson Hepburn and family, :
Dorothy King and family, Gertrude Dames and family, Pearlimae : 1 ; : : Soe
hMogiies ad family, Virginia Mortimer and family, Mary Smith | Phi Alpha Fraternity, Boys and Girls Brigade Associations, the-Star of
(U.S.A.) and family, Pearlene Johnson and family, Rebecca Smith and :

family, Arlene Ching and family, Sis. Florida Young and family, Mother : Freeport Primary School family, North Anna Nuclear Power Station of

Bessie Colebrooke and family, Lean Poitier, Laura Williams and family, ; Virginia, U.S.A., U.S. Postal System, U.S. Customs and Border Protection,

Ethlyn Mortimer and family, Ida and Mozell Ingram (U.S.A.) and family, : Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the entire Devil's Point and

Bishop and Mrs. Benjamin Gibson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd : New Bight, Cat Island communities.
Delancy and family, Angela Archer and family, Bro. Glinton and Deloris | _ .
Fernander and family, Lorraine Knowles, Dr. Patricia Pratt, Deborah :
Mortimer, Janet Johnson and Edna Russell and family, Charlene and :
Rodney Stuart and family, Ruth and Carlton Neilly and family, Evangelist {
Kim and Sean Saunders, Naomi Johnson and family, Julie Thompson, :

E . hn . . . :
rica Johnson and family, Lulamae and Gameliel (godchild) Grey and | Educational Fund @ St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, P.O.Box N-

-and the New Destiny Baptist family, Bishop and Mrs. Mitchell Jones

Left to cherish his fond memory are his faithful and devoted wife of 56
years, Mother Catherine Pratt; four sons, Arthur, Virgil, Samuel and :

ip family, Sis. Velma Butler and family, Yvette Butler (godchild) and : 4343

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 13

Lavinia Stuart and the New Mt. Zion Baptist family, Rev. and Mrs.
Robert Colebrooke and the St. Paul Baptist family, Rev. and Mrs. T.
G. Morrison and the Zion Baptist family, Bishop and Mrs. Neil Ellis
and the Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Baptist family, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Timothy
Stuart and the Bethel Baptist family, Bishop and Mrs. Delton Fernander

and the New Annex Baptist family, Rev. and Mrs. Clinton Minnis and

family, Pastor and Mrs. Hugh Roach and the Seventh-Day Adventist
family, Father and Mrs. Bernard Been, Zion Baptist Church family

Christian Council, Rev. and Mrs. Hervis Bain Jr. and family, Rev. and
Mrs. Reginald Ferguson and family, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Garth Greene
and family, Rev. and Mrs. Stanley DaCosta and family, Rev. Levi
Charlton and family, Rev. Leroy Delaney and family, Rev. and Mrs.

Marion Brown and family, Deaconess Jacquelyn Cox and family,
Deaconess Hetcema Williams and family, Deaconess Amanda Colebrooke
and family, Deaconess Petril Rolle and family, Deaconess Vernetta
Armbrister and family, Deaconess Florinda Williams and family, Sis.
Orelia Smith and family, Sis. Fredericka Butler and family, Sis. Melvina

Cica (Nor) and family, Mr. Ferice Fortilien (Pancho) and family, The
entire membership of St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, Bro. Don
King and family, Cardinal and Hope McCardy and family, Mrs. Shirley
Seymour and family, David and Naomi Lewis and family (Jamaica),
Helen Guyther and family (Virginia, U.S.A.), The Bahamas Union of
Teachers, Teachers and Salaried. Workers Cooperative Credit Union,
Department of Education, former colleagues and students, The Alpha

the Bahamas Charity Guide #35, the Back To The Island Singers,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the
church from 10 a.m. until service time on Sunday.

In liew of flowers donations may be sent to the Rev. Dr. O.A. Pratt






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| Denesha, and Deanne; numerous nieces and nephews | —
: including, Nursing officer Sharon Anderson, Diana |

: Saunders, Emestine Miller, Kathleen Brice, Oriela |.
' and Fiona Delancey, Sergeant 1980 Dwayne Delancey,

a resident of Palm Breeze :
Road off Carmichael Road |
& formerly of George Town, |
Exuma, will be held at :
Mission Baptist Church, Hay :
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 :
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. :
Dr. R.E. Cooper Jr., assisted by Other Ministers. |

Int t follows in Lakeview M i
einer ee a smgne) Gardens, : Ornesha, Beatrice, Octavia and Nicky Ferguson, all

i of Florida, other relatives and friends including,

Precious memory will forever be cherished by those :
remaining who loved her so much, 5 daughters, Audrey, :
Joan and Severna, Rosemary Duncombe and Elizabeth |
Penn; 5 sons, Granville Jr., Jeffery, Gregory, Tyrone :
and Derrick; 3 daughters in-law, Antoinette, Patricia, :
and Sharon Beneby; 3 sons-in-law, Gregory Duncombe :
Sr., Arnold Penn, and Wellington Ferguson Sr. ; 3 |
sisters, Pearline Gayle of Florida, Christine Hepburn : Wallace, Jocelyn Rolle, BTC - Operator
and Terecita Mitchell of Freeport; 2 brothers, Richard |
Mitchell Sr., and Elisha Marshall of Florida; 3 sisters- :
in-law, Cynthia Marshall, Nora Beneby and Hazel : ee :
Richards of Miami Florida; 2 bathe’ ta lay: James | and members of South Beach Union Baptist Church,
Capron of George Town, Exuma and: Mortis Hepburn: : Monsignor Alfred Culmer, Hon. Leslie O. Miller M.P.,
34 grandchildren, Ryan, Charmaine, Francita, Shakira, :
Garvin, Graneika, Chantel, Nadia, Natalya, Juliana, :
Glenroy, Tyrone Jr., Antoneia, Derrick Jr., Dominic, :
Gregory Jr., Candice, and Osbourne Beneby, DeCarlos |
Munroe; Cyrus, Cynira and Daniel Mott, Kinyada }
Morris, Leonardo, Devaughn, Wellington Jr., Brittney |
and Ahmad Ferguson, Able Seaman Taren Hanna :
(B.D. F.), Gregory Duncombe Jr., Michael, Sabria and :
Sanchez Penn and Michael Knowles Jr.; 17 great- |
grandchildren, Akarein, Demasio, Duane Jr., Aidan, |
Cyrinique, Nathan, Simone, Kinyada Jr., Komani, :
Jacan, Deshinique, Paris, Dejon, Javan, Dironya, |

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Norman Saunders, Sandra Hanna and family, Denise
Rolle and family, Mekel Gray, Theresa and Ricardo
Capron, Stephen Rolle, Leon, Patrice, Renee and
Rochelle Mitchell, Terry, Tonya, Tranae, Scherina,
Eleisha, Valencia and Elisha Marshall III and Donnalee
Ferguson, all of Miami Fl..Barbara Nienes, Tericita |
Roberts and family, Indira, Ishka, and Kristen, Michael,

Craig, Khlaas, and Mauricio; grand nieces and grand
nephews including, Tarnisha Clarke and family,

Patience Forbes and family, Cleomi Charlow, Carolyn
Cooper, Andra Murray, Blanche Sands, Miriam
Wallace, Josephine McKinney, Maria Robinson, Mavis
Smith, Charese Sands, Sandra Rolle, Marge Cox,
Deborah Gittens, Alda Tynes, Earlymae McPhee and
family, Lithera Pratt, Carol Brown, Rowena Ferguson
and family, Natalie Taylor and family, Marjorie.

Services/Treasury Managementl/Wireless Services,
Atlantis Dinner Reservations, staff of Trauma and
Female Medical I, P.M.H., Pastor Wilton McKenzie

Anthony Moss M.P., Paulette and Advira Taylor,
Deborah Balfour & The entire Exuma community,
Commonwealth Masons and O.E.S.. Miriam Chapter
#793, Dr. Virginia Samuels of Columbia South
Carolina, caregiver Marguerite, and the Mission Baptist
Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's
Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-7:00
p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from
10:00 a.m. until service time.



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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

HARTLEY
PINDER SR., 83

will be held on Saturday,
December 16, 2006 at.9:00
a.m. at Church of The Good
Shepherd, Pinder's Point,
Grand Bahama. Officiating
iwill be Fr. Norman
Lightbourne, assisted by Fr.

| Curtis Robinson, Fr. Oswald 9
Pinder Jr. and Fr. Denrick “
Rolle. Interment will be made
in Grand Bahama Memorial Park, Settler's nee Freeport,
| Grand Bahama.

Left to mourn are his wife, Mary Hilton Pinder: sons,
| Hartley Jr., Gary Pinder and Andrew Moss; daughters,
Sherill Bowen of Fort Lauderdale, Sheila Pinder, Harlene
Saunders, Judy Barry, Andrea Pinder, Valarie Evans,
Karen Pinder and Ann Marie Coakley; one sister, Dorcas
Pindar, one sister-in-law, Hazel Pinder; one brother-in-
law, Langton Hilton of Nassau; two sons-in-law, Ivan

Saunders Sr. and Ian Evans of Virginia; two daughters-

in-law,. Iris Pinder of Nassau and Sonia Moss;
grandchildren, Winston Townsend Jr., Anita Parrish,
Lascells and Patrick Townsend of Fort Lauderdale, John,
Nadia and Matthew Pinder of Nassau, Leesa Colebrook
of Nassau, Tai, Tiffany Pinder of Nassau and Tracey
Pinder of Fort Lauderdale, Vaughn, Ivan Jr., Rafael and
Austin Saunders, Natasha and Neil Barry, Kendal Pinder
Jr., Shrd and Ian Evans Jr., Ja'ir Stubbs, Andrew Jr.,
Andrea and Tenicia Moss; great-grandchildren, Leslie
Roberts, Alric, Alisha and Demetric Freeman of Fort
Lauderdale, Javon and Kumar Townsend, Jarell Pinder,
Leex and Deex Colebrook, Lavaughnya Saunders,
Antonya Bain, Isaiah Thomas; grandsons-in-law, Bradley
Colebrook and John Parrish and a host of other relatives

and friends too numerous to mention.

| Family will receive friends at Russell and Pinder Funeral |

| Home, Eight Mile Rock on Friday, December 15, 2006,

| from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday, December
: 16 from 7:30 a.m. to service time at the church. =

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I OBITUARY CORRECTION

The wrong photograph
~ was used with the
obituary for
MR FREDERICK
HENRY
CLARKE
in last Thursday’s
Tribune.

We apologise for this error and any
distress caused.

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Notification of Diamond Services .
for 2

MOTHER LEVETHA MERVITHA
“V. D. Veta, Vetee”’
WILLIAMSON-MOSS, 50

of #161 South Beach Drive, South Beach and formerly
of Pine Field Acklins, will be on Saturday, December
16, 2006 at 11:00am at Trinity Full Gospel Baptist
Church, Marshall Road. Senior Pastor Trevor
Williamson, assisted by Co-Pastor Sharon Williamson
will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens
Cemetery, Soldier Road

The Radiance of this “Diamond of a Gem” will always
glow in the hearts of her:
Seven Children: Police Corporal 253 Kendrick
Farquharson, Shannon Williamson of Atlanta, Ga., Vereano Charlton, Sophia Rolle, Carol,
Yvette and Muriel Moss;
Fifteen Grand Children: Kendrel, Kendrick Jr. and Kearah Farquharson, Iesha Pinder,
Sean and Shane Stubbs, Meshach and McVonya Davis, Metera Bodie, Davonte Moss,
Basilnique and Damaris Miller, Celina Moss, Clement Rolle Jr. and Nathan Blackman;
Father: Elder King Williamson; ;
Three Brothers: Pastors Trevor and Arlington Williamson and Antone Williamson;
Three Sisters: Deacons Ruthmae Sargent, Bettyann Ferguson and Minister Genevieve
Bullard;
Three Uncles: Enos Bain of Belle Glade, Florida, Evangeless and Clarence Williamson;
Eleven Aunts: Elder Queenie Rose, Eloise Stubbs, Cleomi Collie, Sylvia Gaitor, Joyce
Higgins, Joycelyn Dickens, Maria, Delroe Almonica and Clothilda Williamson Sudie
Ford of Pirates Well Mayaguana and Hartie Ford-Bain of Belle Glade, Florida;
Grand Aunts: Daisy Johnson and Francis Gaitor; .
Eleven Nephews: Edley Sargent Jr., Navarro and Zhivago Henfield, Trevor Jr., Troy,
Travis, Antone and Sheton Williamson, Pastor Leonardo Jones, Gregory Miller Jr.,
DeNairo Bullard, Minister Kenneth Bain and Sammy Laurore of West Palm Beach;
Fourteen Nieces: Carla Bain, Authorine Laurore, Juliette, Romeka and Krislyn Sargent,
Candi Henfield, Melderese Munroe, Lavette and Lovella Ferguson, Latravia and Ashley
Williamson, Chrystal Clarke, Brianne Bullard, Alexandria Woodside and Michelle Jones;
Two Daughters-in-law: Bridgette Farquharson, Katherine Williamson and Christine
Roache;
Six Brothers-in-law: Edley Sargent Sr., Milton Henfield, Pastor Lovell Ferguson, David
Bullard, Ricardo Moss and Nigel Rolle;
Seven Sisters-in-law: Pastors Sharon and Betty Williamson, Samantha Williamson,
Carolyn Rolle, Octavia Sweeting, Ethline Johnson, Toya Moss and Beatrice Ferguson;
Five: Grand Nephews;
Seven: Grand Nieces;
God Mother: Minister Marrietta Moss;
Many other loving family and friends including: Trinity Full Gospel Family, Robert
Ferguson, Gloria, Sarah and Natasha McIntosh, Pastor Elkin Symonette and the Ebenezer
Baptist Church family, Rev. Randolph Beneby and Family, “Angel” Monique Barton,
Tyman and Minister Pandora Neely, Dr. Adrian Sawyer and Team, Dr. Randolph
Brown, Dr. Joyanne Lowe, Dr. Smith-Rolle, Dr. Sarah Friday and Staff
of Princess Margaret Hospital especially the Dialysis Unit, Sherry Bullard, Igalee Miller,
Charlotte New Church, Patrons of Ferg’s Beauty Parlour, Bishop Kirkwood and First

Lady Kelly Murphy and Temple Fellowship International Ministries Family, Absolam ~

Roache and Family, Reno Deveaux and Family. Management of The Bahamas Best Water
Sports, Jim and Carol Simms of Chicago, Management and Staff of Kentucky Fried
Chicken, Pearl Deveaux-Stubbs and Family, Radisson Cable Beach Family especially
Human Resources and Stewarding Department, Detry Penn, Bertha Laing,

’

- ameneneee
SAN P ODER DONNER OPER KODA EERE ERR STRSTR SRE =

- of #18 Cambridge Street off Nassau Street and formerly

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Gregory Morley, Basil Miller, Ridgeland Park crew especially the Mitchell Family, Tyan
Sears and Family, Mr. and Mrs. James Major. Doral Bain and Family, Ms. Green and Mrs.:
Gardiner and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curtis and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Williams,
The Miller Family, Solomon Miller, Joy Gits, Mekel Taylor and Family.

The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument
Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Friday, December 15,.2006 from 1p.m. to 6p.m. and
on Saturday, December 16, 2006 at Trinity Full Gospel Baptist Church, from 10a.m. until
service time. a Sse wh

Visit our website: www.emeraldridgemortuary.com view video tributes, sign guest
book and send condolence, sympathy, love; memories and support for the family.

MISS. WEALTHY ELIZABETH
KELLY LOWE, 68

of Current Island Eleuthera, will be on Friday, December
15,2006 at 10:00am at St. John’s Native Baptist Cathedral, -
Meeting Street. Rev. Dr. Michael C. Symonette CBE.,
JP. assisted by Rev. Dr. Hervis L. Bain Jr. MBE., JP. Will f
officiate and burial will be in the Cathedral’s Cemetery,
Meeting Street.

The Radiance of this “Diamond of a Gem” will always
glow in the hearts of her: of
Six Children: Kermit Rudolph (Billy) Walker from L.
Freeport Grand Bahama, Rodney: Astwood of Harbour
Island Eleuthera, Linda Smith Delancy, Betty Jacqueline Gittens, Portia Lowe Robinson,
Walter Charles Lowe. Pre- deceased by Ferron Kevin Gittens; — :
Grand Children: Jennifer Delancy, Fabian Gittens, Anthony Delancy Jr., Antoinette
Delancy, Woman Police Constable 3054 Kikiya Robinson, Antius Robinson, Karlica
Robinson, Jeude Robinson, Michael Astwood, Reiko Astwood, Chelores Lowe, Walter
Lowe Jr., Dashann Lowe and predeceased Walneka Lowe;

Great Grand Children: Fayleisha Gittens, Fayniqua Gittens, Jenaiya Delancy, Jeniece
Delancy, Jennette Delancy, Anthonique Delancy, Ramon Marquis;

Brothers: Rev. Edward Jackson Lowe, Archie Lowe, Cyril Lowe, Brently Lowe (deceased);
Sisters: Monica ‘Punny’ Lowe Dean, Majorie Lowe (deceased); .

Aunts: Ada Kelly and Edith Kelly (deceased);

Nieces and Nephews: Yvonne Nesbitt, Louis Hudson, Rebecca Ashe, Talmage and Nancy
Dean Jr. Grant and Vena Dean Wolfe, Dyann Dean, Chantal Nichole Dean, Dancy Dean,
Lavarnia Dean, Shereal Dean Bates, Michelle and Ian Greene and family, Tony Lowe,
Dendrick Lowe, Bianca Lowe, Lashann Lowe McKenzie, Kimiko Lowe, Janaal Lowe,
Nurse Marleen Martinborough, Antoinette Lowe Collie, Sonia, Cappucine and Dianne
Lowe, Dr. Ericka Lowe Bennette;

Cousins and other relatives: Dorothy Taylor from Freeport, Erma Dixon from Freeport
Grand Bah, Annette Wood and family, Barrett and Jenny McDonald and family, Gordon,
Oswald and Roderick Bain, Denise Bowe, Albert Kelly and family, Police Corporal 803.
Levio Braynen, Sonia, Lisa, Sheryl Bartlette, Deborah Dixon, from Freeport Grand Bah,
Carl, Lonza Dixon. Valentino and Karro Stranchan, Donathan Johnson, Shenika Nairn and
family, Mrs.Shirley Coakley and family, Melverne Johnson and family, Advilda Delancy
and family, Dolly Rahming and family, Ivan Thompson, Josephine Simons and family,
Beatrice Gwen Ferguson and family, Nancy, Ms. Emily Kemp and family member of
Current Island Eleuthera, Ethel Grant Brown and family, Derick, Junior, Ena, Eldicka,
Bernadine and Bernadette, Patrick, Debbie and Bertha Gittens and family, Mary Hanna
and family, Uncle Toy and family, and others too numerous to mention;

Daughters-in-laws: Jenny Walker and Sherlene Astwood;

Sons-in-law: Carlton L. Robinson and Anthony Delancy Sr.;

Brother-in-law: Talmage Dean Sr.;

Sisters-in-law: Eugenia Lowe and Viola Lowe;

Close Friends: Marsha Bullard, Lynwood (smash) Brown, Donathan Johnson, Shenika
Nairn The Cambridge Street Families, The Dean Street Families, The Independence Club
of St. John’s Native Baptist Cathedral, Ms. Cathleen and family, Ms. Jean and family, Ms.
Cambridge and family, Ms. and family, Paula Kemp Rolle and family, The Rosebud Road
and Baldwin Avenue families Hartman and Gloria Johnson and family, Woman Police
Sergeant 1873 Deborah-McClure and family, Woman Police Sergeant 1723 Desiree
Ferguson, Wendy Davis Kemp and family, George Robinson Sr. and family, Julia Moss
and family, Ms. Quantand members of The Bahamas Hotel Workers Credit ‘!nion, Cathrina
Chariton, Ms. Delores and The Free National Movement, of Fort Charlot! Constituency,
Staff of the former Loews’ Paradise Island Hotel and Casino. Sister Potter nd other ladies
who came and prayed with Sister Lowe, Dorothea Deleany and the Cambridge Street
neighborhood, who gave a helping hand. Order of Eastern Star Il.



The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument
Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Thursday, December 14, 2006 fror !p.m. to 6p.m.. |
and on Friday, December 15, 2006 at St. John’s Native Baptist Cathedral. om 9a.m. until #
service time. t

Visit our website: www.emeraldridgemortuary.com view video tribes, sign guest
book and send condolence, sympathy, love, memories and support “or the family.





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FOR AN EXTRA $5 WE WILL
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THE TRIBUNE



2004 JUST IN FROM US







BBF #111 : $s BBFH46
‘ : 1994 Honda Prelude, ; 2004 F-150 2002 Ford Explorer XLT,
2004 CHEVY AVEO 18" chrome wheels, very clean, CD, A/C, a fully loaded, Ithr int.7 seater, 20" chrome rims,
___ $12,000.00 OBO 3,500; $22,000, $21,000 ONO,
Clean title, 4 door, sliver, AC, 17000 miles Call: 454-2761 or 341-8130 Call: 457-4178 - Call: 364-4694 or 436-5611

Tel: 392-3072 Cell: 636-0049




BBF #113

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
A/C, pwr locks & windows, alarm,
$10,000,
Call: 535-5662 or 502-6540

BBF #133 BBF #151
1999 Ford F-150 XLT, 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass, __
quad cab, 4*4 triton V8, fully laoded, auto, CD, 350 rocket engine, running clean title, in
abs, tints, two tone dark blue & brown, short mint condition, $13,000,
bed, cold AIC, runs/drives excellent, $15, 500.. Call: 424-6747 or 325-0418
Call: 392-7663 or 341-1035

BBF # 235

1995 HONDA CIVIC
AC, alarm, CD, sound
system, 18” rims, clean auto
Price $5,800.00
Call 324-1343 or 423-4617



BBF #114 __
























1999 Chevy Monte Carlo,
CD, A/C, pwr windows, excellent ie
condition, chrome rims, aS BBF #152
$6,500 OBO, BBF#i30 ama Ba wee ses : 2005 Chevy impala,
BBF #100 a 2001 F-150 $11,000, 2002 Ford Explorer, $10,500,
ds BGA Ane hones oe Call: 325-6500 or 457-2526 6cyl. A/C, CD, PAW, runs excellent, very nice, fully loaded, .



Call: 424-6747 or 325-0418

needs window,

$15,500,
Call: 434-3932 or 325-1093 Call: 857-7629 of 392-1539,"




BBF #139

1999 Chrysler Sebring
blue/green, LX, 2-dr, V6 engine, fair condition,
sold as is, mileage,
$4,500 OBO,

Call: 455-5480
best time to call after 5pm

1999 Honda Accord,
fully loaded, Ithr, auto, start kit,
18" chrome rims, pioneer set, just in from U.S.
’ immaculate condition, clean title
price $10,500 ONO
Call: 535-7040 or 364-6610

BBF #126





2002 Cherokee Jeep,
fully loaded, sunroof, JVC CD face, 12" sub
w/amp, just service

Call; 424-4850 or 393-7751,

1995 Nissan Bluebird,
A/C, CD, pwr, $3,500,
Call: 393-2667



BBFHI72 i. 1995 Chevy 1500, . BBE #169
2003 Chevy Cavalier, ;; ©, fully loaded, engine & int. BBF #140
|18" chrome rims, A/C, CD, automatic, ow mies ' in excellent condition, aha pos Nissan Sentra, — 1997 Honda Accord,
clean int. i { fully loade new tires, well maintained, 1 van
| setinn eo ONAN Senate be 2,700 OBO. Sees my ee CDI MP3 with remote. sun‘oof, Spoiler, pwr everything,








BBF #204 © ae
1994 Honda Accord,
automatic, cd player, ac, excellent condition,
asking $4,000 ONO
Call 525-2291 or 392-6127

BBF #176
1998 Honda Civic,
chrome muffler, CD, A/C, rims, standard shift,
very clean, neon lights,’

,500,
Call: 426-5339

BBF #178 ;
1998 Honda Civic,
spoiler, A/C, CD, immaculate condition, fresh:
paint job, low miles, sunroof,
$5,800 ONO,
Call: 323-1932 or 426-9862

BBF #187 -
2003 Ford Escape XLT,
83K miles, clean tiltle, just licensed,

$16,000,
Call: 324-6419 day, 361-7451, 454-1516



BBF #189

1998 Dodge Siratus,
CD, A/C, pwr everything,

$5,000,
Call: 323-4957 or 359-0560. -

BBF #190
1996 Thunderbird,

4.6 litre mustang engine, dual exhaust system,
chrome pipes, remote start, 20" chrome rims, 06
detachable face DVD player, sunroof, wired
1200 watt sound system, fully pwr, $7,000,
willing to negotiate,

Call: 323-4870 or 425-0369

2002 Lancer,
clean title, A/C, Pioneer. CD, just like new,

$6,500,
Call: 424-6705 Mr. Collie,

B
2006 Dodge Durango,
20” dodge chrome rims, grey Ithr int. 3rd row
seat, clean title never mash fully pwr, $35,000,
Call: 364-2032 or 636-5726

93
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
14K miles, clean title, white, fully loaded,

Call: 322-2316



BBF #201

2000 Sentra B15,
starts one crank, brand new, rims and
tires, $7,500 ONO
Call 324-7823 or 454-5153





THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 19



BBF #197

1997 Acura Cl,
ac, alarm, vetch, automatic, sunroof,
leather interior,
asking $5,800 ONO
Call 434-9203

BBF #198

- 2002 Chevy Tahoe,
Ithr int. TV, 20" chrome rims,
A/C, CD, fully pwr,
‘Call: 327-2009

BF #205
-1997 Buick Park Avenue,
excellent condition, black with tan interior, V6,
Remote entry, deep dish 20's
Price, $9,500 OBO )
also

1997 Cadillac Deulle, clean title; pearl white with tan

leather, plenty extras, V8, chrome rims,
asking $10,000 OBO
Call 454-4647 or 325-4329 or 434-0758

1997 Chevy Astro Van,
luxury touring, fully loaded,
asking $7,500,
Call: 392-3840

BBF #207
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo
111turbo, metallic black,

88km or 55,000 miles,
manual transmission,

Call 393-6081 9-5pm or 456-0819










BBF #202
1998 Honda Accord,
AC, automatic, cd player, sunroof, fully pwr, in
very good condition,
asking $7,500 ONO
Call 426-1951



1997 Honda Accord,
automatic, fully pwr, cd player, AC
asking $5,700,

Call 557-4932

BBF #206
1996 Chevy Trailblazer,
burgundy, excellent condition, leather interior,
cd/fm radio, running very good,
asking $6,000 ONO
Call 324-0530 or 434-5792

BBF #215
1992 Mercury Grand Marquirs,
needs TLC price $1,500 Also used parts, B13,
B14, Corolla, Windom, Surf, Prelude
Call 364-4653 or 455-3632









BBF #231
1997 Honda Civic Coupe,
standard shift, new paint job, 17” chrome rims,
runs good saves gas,

- Price $4,500
Call 328-4168 or 454-3622

















PAGE 20, THURSDAY, DECMBER 14, 2006



BBF #214 BBF #237
1994 Cadillac Seville, SLS
for parts or sell whole car, Also used parts, B13,
B14, Corolla, Windom, Surf, Prelude,

Call 364-4653 or 455-3632

2002 CHEVY IMPALA,
CD player, AC, clean interior,
In excellent condition
Asking $9,000.00
Call:324-7504 or 636-1993

#208
BBF #216
1994 Buick Roadmaster 350,
V8, runs great, needs TLC, price $3,500

Also used parts, B13,.B14, Corolla, Windom, .
Surf, Prelude, Call. 364-4653 or 455-3632

2006 Volkswagon Jetta,
metallic blue, 35km or 21miles, tape and cd
player, automatic transmission, brand new,
call 393-6081 9-5pm
after 50m 456-0819

BBF #217 :

1993 Toyota Paseo,
fully loaded, ac. Clean interior, well kept, runs
very great, Price $2,500
Call 422-0865 or 361-6955
Tribune Issue 38 025 Shaniyua

BBF #209



1998 Ford F-150
Lariat Edition, double cab, AC, leather interior,
22” rims, asking $13,500 ONO
Call 558-7562





BBF #213

1997 BMW 318 TI,
for parts or sell whole car Also used parts,
B13, B14, Corolla,
Windom, Surf, Prelude,
Call 364-4653 or 455-3632

BBF #218
1998 Nissan Altima,
leather interior, cd-player, ac,
fully loaded, price $7,000
Call 326-6503 or 455-1396

BF #288 BBF #246






2000 DODGE NEON, 2002 Dodge Intrepid,

Silver, Excellent condition, Sound system,
alarm, 17” aluminum rims
asking $5,000.00 OBO
~ Call’ 394-7437 or 423-8280" ~~ <-

auto financing $15,000, $1,000 back on auto
financing, all
wwe nn SS 74888: ©.







BBF #223












fully loaded, ac, cd player, pwr seats, low miles,

foo SS Call: 454-2767 or 341-8130:

THE TRIBU

RIB #904 .
2000 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
Black with grey interior
$5,000.00 OBO
Alarm, CD-and cassette player, AC,
Excellent running conditiopn, Very good buy
’ Tel: 364-7733 cell: 424-1500

BBF #219 :
2003 Subaru WRX,
8,000 miles, 1 owner, 2.01 Turbo charged 4-cyl. 5
speed, s/s turbo-back ane extra gauges, parts,

AL
* Turbo XS, Vtec ECU for WRX 02-04,
asking $750.00, godsopeed bar & plate TMIC for WRX
: 02-04 asking $400.00
_ Call 422-2104 or 393-3461












BBF #221 BBF #233
1995 Toyota Windom,
asking $3,500
Call 558-0086

: 1995 Gs300 Lexus,
leather, cd/ac, sunroof, 20” chrome rims, price
: $5,300 ONO

Christmas Sale, 1999 Hondas Accord
just in from US $8,500 ONO é
Call 324-0316 or 454-2304

BBF #234

1995 Chevy 1500, PU,
fully loaded, engine & int.
in excellent condition,

BBF #222



2002 Dodge Ram,
Traders welcome with cash, must see










to appreciate, original sports, $7,700 OBO,
Price $16,000 ono Call: 424-6701
Call 427-4037 |

1995 Mitsubishi.Evo 111,

16” 5zigon rims, spec stage 3 racing clutch,
white underglow neon lights, front and rear strut
bars, razo shift knobs & pedals, blitz blow off
valve, custom paint job, price $7,500 ONO

Call 424-2937 or 393-0313

BBF #891
d 05 F-150
excelent condition, 24" rims, full face CD/DVD
player, fully chrome, 30K miles, remote start &
alarm, $30,000 w/rims, or $29,500 w/out,
Call: 341-8245. or 455-8601

BBF #250 BBF #961






2002 GMC Envoy,
black, fully loaded, clean int. in good condition,
$18,000 OBO &
also 30FT trailer, double wheels, float on
metres $4,000.0BO, :
~~ = +~ =Gall:-§35-5662--~ =~.

2002 Dodge Dakota,
very clean 20” rims, sound system, A/C,
clean title, solid work or play truck,





fie =a SON ae



oe BBF #241
BBF #251
2005 Honda Accord EX,
white, cd player, automatic, AC, fully pwr,
one owner, clean interior, clean title,
asking $26,000,
Call 356-7786 or 434-8406

BBF #247
Just in from US, 2003 Monte Carlo,
very clean with remote start kit; cd player, ac,
: must sell, willing to negotiate
price $8,800
call 323-4870 or 425-0369













1999 Yucon and 24” rims,
leather interior, sound system, clean, asking
$13,500 ONO
Call 359-1033 or 328-2774 or 326-2080









BBF #255



BBF #248
BBF #253

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 21










2001 Chevy Blazer,
asking $6,500
Call 359-1033.

or
328-2774 or 326-2080

RIB #230
1997 Toyota Tercel,





1997 Lexus SC400, v8,



new still'in box, price $600.00
Call 558-8595 ©

asking $5,500. Also 2000 Sentra, high quality
system, $6,000 also 4000 Watt AMP , brand

1997 Ford Aerostra Van,
69,000 miles,
$8,000 OBO

1994 Nissan Sentra,
automatic, runs-good,
asking $2,300
Call 325-0864 or 326-3373





AC , tape player, 96,000 miles,
asking $2,800
Call 392-0829 or 454-2029



Call 364-2722 or 502-5805








BBF #249- BBF #243
2004 Dodge Ram Hem 1500,
only 13K miles,

~ $34,000 ONO,
Call: 327-2009 -

2003 GMC Envoy,
black, low miles, 3rd row seat, DVD,
fully pwr, Ithr interior,
$24,000,
Call: 327-2009

BBfF #212



1995 Nissan Maxima,
need minor work, leather, fully pwr,
quick sale,
price $3,000 ONO
Call 535-7040 or 456-2536

2002 Honda Civic EX Coupe,
fully loaded, AC, cd, Sunroof, spoiler, fully pwr,
- low miles, vtec engine, clean in and out,
immaculate condition price $11,800 OBO
Call 361-6561 or 454-2046

TRIB #597
1999 LEXUS GS 300
Dark green with beige leather interior, Loaded
All option. P/W, AC, Sunroof. t
P/L. 20” lexani_rims.

Price $15,500.00 ONO
Tel: 341-6722 cell: 395-6-6257 or 426-0756

RIB #614 :
CHEVY IMPALA LS
White.with grey interior $12,000
Fully loaded, spotless interior AC, CD player
controlled from steering wheel, mahogany dash,
just serviced, 20” ruby rims with dual spinners,
only one on the Island, 70,000 miles Call lets
make a deal Cell: 455-4083

RIB #870 ?
1996 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
Red. Convertible. Good condition
Runs well. Good buy: $4,000.
Tel: 502-6338, Ms Butler
892-2150 after 6pm.

RIB #223
1994 DODGE CARAVAN 3.0L V6
Good condition
$3,000.00 price negotiable
Telephone 395-81 14/423-0409/324-5850



RIB #680
BBF#170:
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 Cel 0362 or 477-2394 ;

RIB #660

712 :
1991 MAZDA ROADSTER
Eunos sports car. Red with black interior
$4,000.00 ONO 3
Leaving Island, two seater convertable black top
ae cool AC

2002 TOYOTA CAMRY
Black with grey interior
100.00

~ 94 Toyota Soarer, (Fresh)
12 CD changer, A/C, excellent condition,
: fully loaded, a steel

@ $6,500,
Call: 393-5506 or 324-1883

Low miles, well kept, regular serviced,
great, condition. Tel;, 327-5494 cell: 357-5831 :







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

RIB # 585
2000 FORD F150 XLT

4X4, RED EXT, GREY INT, POWER WINDOWS,
POWER LOCK, RADIO, CD PLAYER,
COLD AC, STEP BARS, SUNVISORS,

BILLET GRILLE, CHROME ACCESSORIES.
Price $12,500.00BANK FINANCING.
CALL PRIME 552-8272, 356-3953 OR 323-5196

1993 CHEVERLOT TRUCK
Navy blue
$6,500.00 OBO
Tel: 323-5037 cell: 454-7787

RIB # 895

1999 HONDA ACCORD, EX
V6, Green with tan leather interior
$7,500.00 OBO
sunroof, power everything, 45,000 miles.
cell 556-2378 or 392-0507.

BBF #242
2000 Ford Expedition,
leather seats, pwr everything,
just in from the US,
asking $12,000 ONO
Call 392-6381 or 457-2820

PAGE 22, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006

RIB #700
__, Nissan Skyline, 1994,
30,000 genuine miles. All original. Multi CD,
All electric. All test welcome. Excellent car.
; Ex Pat. sale. £5500.
Tel: (242) 677 9034 or 424-4743

RIB #375 :
1999 HONDA CIVIC, EX
Silver with silver & dark grey interuior, Well kept &
excellent condition, AC, leather interior, power
windows, alarm & fully customize, too much other
accessories to explain $11,000.00 ono
Very clean-show car!!!
Cell: 552-1953

RIB #488
1990 Jeep Wrangler
for Sale, 4x4, Green with tan interior, auto, = -

V6, 4.0L,
CD player, sound bar, hard top, soft top, bikini top, wide'
tires! Running,
but engine needs some work, call for details.
$1,600 Will accept offers
Tel:434-5682

RIB #739

1996 FORD EXPLORER, SPORT
Black ext, tan int. 2 door,
alarm, A/C, CD player,
low mileage, keyless entry
$4,000.00 ONO
Cell 454-1481

TRIB #661
2002 FORD ESCAPE V6 XLT
Blue with beige/leather interior
$15,000.00 ONO
6 in-dash CD changer, 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

RIB #592
1992 TOYOTA HILUX SURF
grey with grey interor
$8,000.00
Excellent condition, Diesel
Tel: 324-7524 Cell: 424-0519

RIB #5 ,
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 #600
1995 HONDA ACCORD
Cherry red with tan interior, Clean interior, CD
player, remote start alarm, DVD player, ~
standard shift, Good condition, ready to go
$4,800.00 -
Tel: 324-8347 cell: 466-7076



RIB #606
2001 VOLKSWAGON JETTA, SEDAN
Red with black interior
$12,000.00
Fully loaded, In excellent condition
Cell: 424-5599

2001 CHEVY LUMINA .
Burgundy with grey interior
$5,700.00 ONO
Very dependable car. A must see, pioneer head
unit, upgrade door speakers, excellent running
condition. Cell: 477-4399 or 565-0197



7a TS ass

RIB #622
1963 TRIUMPH SPORTS 6.

Red ext, red convertible int, number matching
original 6 cyl with twin corbs, fast and sweet,
show winner. 2nd owner with orginial documents and
manuals. Rare-car, only 730 convertible Sport 6' built.
Serious inquiries only.

Tel 324-1510, 322-6564.

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

“RIB #636

2001 MITSHIBIS! 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 325-2505

: ext 238

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



RIB #724 AS
‘2006 NISSAN MAXIMA SEDAN
Pearl white, 38000.00
On 20” rims. Just landed.
Tel: 364-6914
cell: 426-6465 or 426-6444





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RIB #697





1997 HONDA CVIC A
Blue with grey interior Hatch bac!
$5,000.00
Right hand drive, AC, stick shift, power windows,
CD.player, tints, License :
Tel: 361-2106 Cell: 454-3604 or 454-4308

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 #677

1999 ISUZU RODEO
Pearl white with beige interior
$9,500.00
Fully loaded, 6 cylinder, AC, CD player,
3 month warranty included
Tel: 364-7611.






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



2061 HONDA STREAM
White, :7 passenger, Very clean, Excellent
condition, Great on fue,! 2.0 engine, -4 cylinders
$12,500.00 E
362-2177, 427-1258/361-4294









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|TRIB.#783

RIB #727

: 1996 TOYOTA RAV-4
Black with gray trim and gray interior
5,
Excellent condition, RT hand drive, reliable and
stylist. Christmas priced
Tel: 323-7608 Cell: 422-3013 or 325-2255

RIB #705 :
: 2000 RANGER XLT
Ext cab, Red and tan exterior, Bedliner,
auto, AC, V6
$10,500.00
Tel: 525-2166



RIB #708

2005 CHEVY EQUINOX :
Burgundy with grey interior. Excellent condition,

Like new, Very low miles, CD player, power -

windows, Good gas mileages.
Great Christmas gift
Asking $23,000.00

Tel: 341-4869 Cell: 456-9972

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RIB #775

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA, GXE
Gold with tan interior, In good condition
17” rims, Standard shift,

Asking $5,500.00
Cell: 535-6702/ 464-1318 or 302-8121





TOYOTA COASTER BUS
Biue/White

HONDA CIVIC Car for sale. Make an offer

Tel: 361-0934







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RIB #746

2004 MITSHIBISHI PAJERO JEEP
FOR SALE
Fully loaded. One owner, low mileage
BURGULAR IRON BARS
Aluminum storm shutters like new
singles, doubles triplex
Call: 394-6297

2002 FORD EXPLORER, BLACK
with beige interior no accident,
one owner
$16,500.00 ONO
Cell: 457-2449 Cell: 535-7958

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 #797
1998 CHEVY MALIBU
Maroon with grey interior
$4,900.00
From US, 4 door, auto, dual airbags,
power windows, AC, Excellent condition
Tel: 361-7171 or 434-4182





1995 RED AND BLACK FORD |
MUSTANG
Convertible, 18” chrome rims,
sound system, —
good condition, Excellent deal
$5500.00 :
Call: 544-1995 or 544-9477 |



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RIB #754
2006 CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 cc,White with grey interior, 4 door
Excellent condition. 9,400 miles
$33,000.00
Tel: 328-2917 Cell: 457-2629










TRIB #752
1997 FORD TRUCK, RED
Tool box on the back
$5,500.00
Tel: 341-2239 cell: 552-1670

RIB #773

1996 HONDA ACCORD
-. Green with light green interior
Power everything, AC, CD player, auto,
- Good condition, Fully laoded
$5200.00 ONO
Tel: 322-7391 Cell: 465-6613

RIB #811
1997 HONDA ACCORD, GOLD
Automatic, CD player, Ice cold AC, Very clean
in & out . 17” chrome ,runs very good,
power windows
$5,000.00
Tel: 361-5472 Cell: 426-0916





TRIB #816

1997 NISSAN ALTIMA
Green/biue with grey interior
$4,200.00 ONO. Excellent condition,
Left hand drive, power windows,
New tyres.

Tel: 393-3653 or 393-6006






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RIB #793

2005 TOYOTA CAMRY LX
Champagne with tan interior,
4 door, Only 13 K miles. Brand new condition
Every available option.
$25,000.00 ONO
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042



RIB #774
2002 VOLVO, Model S60 2.4T
Light blue with light tan leather interior,
door sedan
Asking $26,000
57,000 miles, Serious enquires only
Tel: 325-7997 Cell: 424-4801 or 325-8518

For Sale
1994 HONDA ACCORD
Burgundy with grey interior. Good running
condition, Cold AC, CD player, Surround sound
system, licensed to Nov 2007
$3,800.00 OBO
Tel: 392-491 4/426-5772

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1999 BUICK CENTURY

Gold with tan interior | i
37,500.00 |
Cell: 558-7287 1








2000 GMC SATURN COUPE

Mint (Like 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,
Just-in from dapat Licensed & Registered!
MAKE AN OFFER

Go to the following link for more info & photos: —
. Www.coupe.gotdns.com/saturn. him

Call 394-3801 or 465-2655

1997 HONDA ACCORD, SEDAN
White with beige interior
$4,900.00
“Really clean, Great running car
Celi: 455-7633

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2002 FORD EXPLORER
‘Silver with grey interior
- $13,900.00 ONO
Full power, fully loaded, extra clean,
Excellent condition, alarm, Just in from the US
Tel: 324-4416 cell: 395-1706 -

RIB #829
1993 HONDA PRELUDE
Silver, Automatic, V-tech engine, 18” rims:
Customized black window, body kit,

Cd player and aircondition
$3,700.00 ONO
Tel: 361-7534

Cell: 426-5462/436-9870

"RIB #830

1994 SUBARU iMPREZA
Haichback, Black with grey interior
Running, needs paint job and servicing
' Priced for quick sale $1,000.00

Tel: 364-8508




























RIB #809

Drop to low full body kit chrome rims and muifler,

system, alarm, running good, v-tec engine with

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RIB #819

1999 CHEVROLET Si0
Red ext, silver rims, automatic
Excellent condition. «
Cail 324-4437

1997 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
White with grey interior
$7,000.00 ONO













clean interior with wood grain irim, sound




intake system, new brakes and tires
Owning leaving Island
Tel: 341-2762 °



RIB #906

1990 LEXUS LS 400_
$4,900.00 © F

2001 EXPLORER SPORTS
Excellent condition, Sounds Sysiem
$10,000.00 ONO
Tel: 326-6588 Cell: 436- 0766

#817



1994 TOYOTA CELICIA
Yellow sporis car, new engine, licensed and
insured. to 2007. One owner, 2 door. Owner
leaving island
$4,800.00
Tel: 326-4367 Cell: 557-2054

2001 VOLVO S60°
Silver, with grey interior, Low mileage,
Factory tints, sunroof,
power everything, fully power
.,000.00
Tel: 361-4546 cel 557-2454 or 327-5356"

1996 CHEVY. LUMINA
Green with grey interior
4 door, AC, Owner leaving Island
“fy | Tel: 324-2182 Cell: 535-4912

RIB #835 —

1996 TOYOTA COROLLA -
White with grey interior
$3,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition, 4 cylinder, CD player:
Cell: 859-0572

RIB #846
1998 DODGE CARAVAN, GREEN
_ Just in from the US, Good for ‘taxi vendor,
“the family church group.
Must see to appreciate .
Tel: 394-4415, 392-2737
: Cell: 465-9704










RIB #847

1987 HONDA ACCORD, GREEN
18” chrome rims, in excellent condition
You have to see it to beleive.
4x4 Crew cab, low mileage, eer
custom lift package, custom stereo

system, custom wheels, hard top,

Coming soon a 2001 Siiverdo
Contact 727-1540 i

Cell: 426-8270

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RIB #824
2004 NISSAN ALTIMA
-Grey with grey interior
$15,000.00
Rims, CD player, low mileage
cell: 558-7287 °

TRIB #827

2001 CHEVY VENTURE
Grey with grey interior, CD player, air bags,
AC, power window, Great condition
Asking $7,500.00 ONO
Contact 535-9737/323-3375
Ask for Daphanie

RIB #828

1996 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver with black interior, Sunroof,
low mileage AC, CD player,
EXCELLENT CONDITION
Asking $14,000.00
Tel: 393-3346

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TRIB #853
1999 BUICK LeSABRE
Burgundy with Leather interior
~ CD player, 20” rims
$7,000.00
Tel: 424-4661








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2001 FORD EXPEDITION,
All black/leather interior, 22” rims(chrome)
low mileage, runs great
$18,000.00 ONO
Tel: 361-3671, Cell: 454-8758














: 2004 DODGE RAM
Silver with black interior, crew-cab, 4 doors,
power lock window & doors, AC, CD player,
22” chrome rims. Fully loaded
asking $24,000.00 OBO
Tel: 395-4827/557-6841 or 322-8306



RIB #833 .
_2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Red with grey interipor
$4,100.00, 41,000 miles,
2 doors, standard shift
Tel: 327-7755 cell: 357-5590



B #834 .

1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Sky blue, Fully loaded, Leather seats,
gray interior, Fully powered, AC, CD player,
just serviced and in excellent condition
Asking $5,800.00 ONO
Call 361-1294/395-5990 or 636-2901

RIB #860

1995 FORD MUSTANG 5.0

5 speed, Leather seats, Cold air intake
“1 $3,800.00

Tel: 325-7373 Cell: 525-2550

1997 SUBARU
Green with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
Antique Subaru Gas Saver AC,PS, power
windows, alarm & stereo system, tints,
Runs well. Ask for Todd
Tel: 356-5941/2 Cell: 434-0664



















1998 BUICK LESABRE
Grey with grey interior, 4 door, clean title, AC,
Rag top with 20” chrome rims.

Asking $9,000.00

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Gold with tan interior
~ $12,000,00
Low miles, clean :
Tel: 327-3462 cell: 557-2984

Cd changer with rims.
Asking $15,000
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205

RIB #852

RIB.#843
2007 HONDA FIT
White with grey interio,
AC/CD player/radio/alarm
$19,500.00 or nearest offer
Extremely low miles .
Tel: 324-1489 after 4:pm

1992 HONDA INTEGRA
Body kit, Neon,

17" black/chrome rims,
5-speed, 73,950 miles,
$10,000 obo.

Tel 242-553-2304.



#857
HIB TERS 4998 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT

White with grey interior
$4,500.00
4 doors, Very clean, low miles
1998 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Silver, standard shift $4,800.00 -
Call.552-8272 or 323-5196/356-3953

1999 HONDA ODYSSEY
Grey with grey interior.
Right hand drive, 5 door
$9,500.00 ONO
AC, CD player, 39K miles
Call 565-1379







2003 LINCOLN STRECH 120”
: $50,000.09 :
1996 DODGE RAM B250 2002 14 Passenger GMC Van
Reliable clean, Ideal for business, stock, $18,000.06 2002 FORD EXPEDITION .
construction or service van. Loading doors side $10,000.00
& rear, Cargo area 300 cubic feet, automatic, _ 2000 FORD EXCURSION
mechanically sound . Private sale can view $15,000.00
Yamacraw this Fri/Sat/Sun morning only 2000 GRAND MARQUIS $12,000.00
Price $5,500.00 OBO Tel: 364-7326
Tel: 324-0888 or 456-5943

RIB #867

RIB #875
1994 MAZDA BONGO, DEISEL 4WD
$2,000.00
Tel: 341-0460. Cell: 359-0339 or 327-3412

RIB #868
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.

2002 FORD MUSTANG GT Fully loaded, 6 disc



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RIB #856
2002 FORD F150 SUPERCREW
Red with grey interior, 4 doors. fully loaded
very clean, Cold Ac, FM-radio/GD player
clean title, runs & drives excellent, ©
~ low miles 47K,
Priced at $18,500.00 ONO
Call: 552-8272, 323-5196 or 356-3953

RIB #866

1997 F-150 FORD
Green with grey interior, standard shift for
sale Asking $5,000.00
No reasonable offer refused,
for sale as is
Tel: 361-5970 cell: 525-7218















RIB #901
1999 DODGE STRATUS, GOLD
four door, power windows,
and power doors, CD player
$3,500.00 or make an offer
Tel: 565-1962/427-6776/364-7248










RIB #888
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with grey interior $6,399.00 Great condition,
Excellent mileage, engine shape, AC, CD changer,
fully loaded, power windows, doors, great fue
economy, very economical car. Price Neg.

1999 General MOTORS CHEVY TAHOE.
Tan with black leather interior, Super sports utility
vehicle, Excellent drive, low mileage, gas efficient

$10,499.00
Tel: 341-2734 Cell: 425-3826 or 341-2451

2005 MERCEDES BENZ :
C180 Kompressor, Blue with grey interior $39,500.00
2003 SUZUKI LIANA Fully loaded
$8,500.00
Tel: 324-3710 cell: 557-5190











RIB #865
2003 KIA OPTIMA
Ruby Red with grey interior, 4 door sedan.
$16,500.00 OBO Purchased brand new from sanpin
Motors in Feb, 2004, 2.7 V6 engine shiftronic
transmission, Good on gas, cherry wood grain interior,
power everything, cold AC, factory infinity sound
system, MP3/CD player, 8 disc Cd changer, keyless
entry, alarm, front & side seat airbags, new battery &
front tires, factory 16’ alloy rims, low mileage 11,000
Tel: 558-6080 or 362-2648













RIB #885

1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior
$4,200.00 ONO
Clean American car ready to go
CD player/AC
Tel: 361-6625 cell: 557-2886



1997 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with grey interior $6,399.00 Great condition,
excellent mileage, engine in great shape, air condition,
CD changer, fully loaded, power windows, doors,
great fuel economy very economical car. Price neg.

2002 GENERAL MOTORS BUICK Tan with brown
interior $8,999.99 Nice family size car, roomy &
__ Spacious, excellent fuel enonomy, engine is in
immaculate condition, fully loaded, Very comfortable
stress- free ride. Price neg
Tel: 341-2734 Cell: 425-3826 or 341-2451



TRIB #902



RIB #868 j
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Gold with tan interior, 4 door
$9,000.00 It’s a steal, low mieage,
Good condition ‘
ALSO 1999 BLACK HONDA ACCORD
Cell: 565-9750 /357-3864






1998 FORD EXPLORER
EDDIE BAUER 5
Black trimmed gold,
tan leather interior,
CD cassette, sunroof, 5.0 engine
$8,500 .

Tel: 466-1368

RIB #896

2003 TOYOTA CAROLLA
Beige with beige interior ,18” chrome rims,
CD player AC, cool condition
$13,000.00 ONO
Tel: 356-0013 Cell: 424-5166 or 302-7528

RIB #900

2000 FORD EXPLORER, GOLD

alarm, AC, sound system, very good condition
[e}

$9,000.00 OB!
Tel: 393-2863
Cell: 565-1738 or 326-1161












2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver with grey interior, 20” rims
12,500.00

Tel: 364-1307 Cell: 436-3554



RIB #880.
2004 FORD F-150
Ext cab, Black with grey interior
$18,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition
Tel: 326-4268 cell: 423-8316

1991 NISSAN 180SX
W/ 1996 black top engine
4 seater, 4 cylinder turbo changed
AM/ bodykit AM/ boost guage Am oil temp,
guage AM/steering wheel AM/ shift knob
royal blue. $6,500.00
Tel; 394- 2339/8 cell: 425-6723

RIB #905.
- 2000 SENTRA
Hight quality sound system
$6,000.00
Cell: 558-8595

Tan with black leather interior $10,499.00
Super sports utility vehicle, Excellent drive train, great
suspension, powerful track, fully loaded, low mileage,

gas efficient, big spacious vehicle for large families.
Convienient for airport runs, Great vehicle for rainy
season. price neg.
2002 GENERAL MOTORS, BUICK
Tan with brown interior $8,999.00
Tel: 341-2734 cell: 425-3826 /341-2451


















RIB #679
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
preciale $15, p00 00 OBO



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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 with a center console for fishing.

all Nick for rigging and. engine packages.

(242) 393-0262:







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RIB #691



BAYLINER YACHT, #2475
Blue/white, Queen-sleeper.
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 Spir or 322-4288 atty Robt Metaxas




RIB #729 -
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 j



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 #855F 4

; Yamaha “Crypton” Scooter

105cc four stroke engine

Extremely fuel efficient. .

Beat the traffic, get around town fast!
Available in blue or red.
Ride all week and.use oh $3 of gas!!!

j SES sale for.$1,995. ti

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RIB #855

14 ft Eduardono Skiff. NEW.
Great Xmas present for the kids. Hull sale
~ price is $4,440.
Can take a 15hp to 30hp.
Ask for Nick. (242)292-0262.

Boat Trailers from 12ft to 40ft.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Be prepared

for hurricane season. Best prices in town.

We also have utility trailers.
Tel: 393-0262.

RIB #480 :
44' F/G Live Lobster Boats
Year: 2002
Speed 22 kts ne tp puller, Hyundai

60 hp),
PRICE: $45,000.00
Ask for John
P(321) 784-5982
F(321) 784-6902
WWW shipsusa.com John @shipsusa.com

RIB #844

. 35FT CIGARETT BOAT
Excellent running boat, Good deal
at $40,000.00
Call: 352-7830 359-5005

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










RIB #736

FOR SALE - CATALINA 30 SAILBOAT
Fully eqipped for cruising in the Bahamnas.
$16,500 - Duty Paid
Phone: Edwin Hunt, 424-4441, or
at home on 362-1264, or
E-mail: chrisjmitch @ aol.com











RIB #850

25’ BOSTON WHALER

2 engine, frozen. No charge
$17,800.00 OBO

Tel: 364-2202 or 424-5844

56°
ENGINE ONLY FOR SALE
Twin Johnson 140 HP O/B
throttles & guages included
$4,000.00 ONO
Tel: 424-4978 or 393-0100

TRIB #634E :
» TWIN MERCURY 250 EFI OUTBOARDS
310 HOURS, CONTROLS AND GAUGES
INCLUDED.
$3000 FOR PAIR OR $2000 EACH
MUST SELL!
CALL 422-2613



BBF #239
2001 KAWASAKI ZR7,
like new, expat leaving island -
Price $4,500.00
>. Call 424-3164 ,

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12 ft Boston Whaler
25hp Yahama low hours,
price $5,000 trailer included
Call 424-3164














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 bls disel. 500 gallon water 70 gallons
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,000 ONO
Tel: 394-1671 (hm) Cell: 427-4573 Boat well kept

RIB #550
Daytona Sportfish,
2-671 Detroits, continuous renovation,
runs and rides great.
Call Chris 357-4277. $200,000.00,
Bring All Offers.












STREET MACHINE




FOR SALE
Graphic flame design mutty- colored
with matching helmet, Very fast
Serious inquiries only. Cell: 525-2166

2002 HONDA 650
Asking $4,500.00 5
Call 324-7504 or 636-1993 :





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T31B #855G

Yamaha Golf Cars.
Gas and electric available.

NEW 2 person cars starting at $6,300. Also

i available in 4 person and Limo golf cars.

242-393-0262







ee i 2004 KAWASAKI ZX-10RR Black
$8,500.00 ONO
2-100 mph in 1st gear, faster production bike in
; its class. All black with gold accessories
Tel: 394-5791 Cell: 535-7958

‘TRIB #883
NEW TYRES
i 13” $54.99, 14” 64.00, 15” 74.00, 16” 139.00,

| 17” 99.99,, 18° 149.99, 20” 269.00, 22” 349.99
i Wholesale and retail prices,

i Special on low profile tyres -

! call: 356-2109/326-2593

‘SBF #225
Motolora Pebles,
i brand new unlocked,
all colors only $259.00 free delivery,
L6 Sivr only $165.00
Call 465-2400 anytime



: SBF #244
} {pod Video 30Gig, d

, 20,000 song or 50 full movies, hold pictures as
* well, excellent Christmas gift, only $399.00

so, Ipod Nano 2 gig, only $249.00 also Sony

PSP brand new $299.00

j Call anytime free delivery 465-2400






RIB #6340
CLUB CAR GOLF CARTS & UTILITY VEHICLES
NEW AND USED GAS OR ELECTRIC.

LOADED $6400
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

RIB #855C
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle
125cc 4 Stroke engine,
Great quality at a great price.
Sale price reduced to $2,400.00. Available in
Black or Red.
393-0262.

BBF #211
4 ' 20” rims 4 set,
Truck & SUV, unused black face chrome deep
dish shoes, Call 424-6701

BBF #240

MP3 / WMA Receiver
with CD Changer
Control Remote, SDAR
Ready Supertuner IIID & iPod Control
only $200,
Call 324-6922

Watch Vireo
Play Games, View
Pictures,
Text Book, Voice
{ Recorder



328 8828 Pick-up

or
Drop-off














001 2PASS ELECT. ST @ $1800, 2004 4 PASS GAS|

Contact - 436 9685,













RIB #855D
Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter NEW.
GREAT XMAS PRESENT.
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 #634
SYM JET 100cc SCOOTER
#1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS, GREAT GAS
MILEAGE RELIABLE, POWERFUL ( UP TO 50 MPH),
: SAY GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC.

SALE PRICE $2495 CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES
LTD. 394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.

TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.








RIMS FOR SALE

Call: 325-5016-or
356-2109

BBF #220
20” chrome rims,
price $1,300 with brand new tires,
call 466-9875 or 341-1233 or 424-4153

**GIVE THE BEST GIFT THIS CRISTMAS**
NINTENDO DS LITE *BUNDLED $200.00
FLY PENTOP COMPUTER *BUNDLED $160.00
HYBERSCAN GAMING SYSTEM * $95.00

GAMEBOY MICRO *BUNDLE $110.00

PLUG & PLAY GAMES
SPONGEBOB *SCOOBY DOO
*DORA * POWER RANGERS
“WINNIE THE POOH -
*SUPER PACMAN *GIGA PETS EXPLORER
*BASEBALL *BASKETBALL *SKATEBOARDING
AND MORE *STARTING @ $28.00

TELE: 341-1082 OR 426-2703

TRIB #800
SATELLITE TV ON PC AND LAPTOP
Watch NBA TV, Movie Channels,
Worldwide Televison Networks
1,000 Television Channels Streaming through your
Internet, More Channels than your local cable and
‘ providers can give you.
NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS
ONE TIME PAYMENTOF $50.00
Call Now 328-6935 or 465-4633

BBF #2:
, Brand New Oakley,
half jacket, black lens, polarized, black frame,
never worn siill in box only $165.00
Call now 465-2400











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

Tears Teepe eens Sluts £ Rigg gd NPN

“et Pa nde iy

BBF #254
Tank and Hood price $89.95 also

Bird and Cage price $29.95
Call 325-4994 . -



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Bluetooth V551 :
cave || Ok ee gee 2220
RIB #814- : | Cell phones special $75.00 $75.00 $230.0 $130. 00
as coriemas oe ton ty A ae i $65.00 3 ea eee
ree computers 4sale New Condition le G4 i . ; s =

Mac Powerbook 1.33gzh laptop really Fast 4300.00. 2) Motorolla V60 $85.00 4: & e ‘%
é Dell laptop Inspiron|2200 windows XP Motorolla camera phone eB x Ss
RIB #879 DVD+RW, 40gigibit HD fast & fully loaded 650.00. 3) V220 $135.00



while stock lasts



: Custom Desktop (shuttle) W/ 30" flat screen

: COMPAQ COMPUTER ‘ Panel) Dell Monitorrv penta 4 huge 120 gigibit HD] |}% oe

(Like new) 2.0 GHZ 256MB 60GB hard Drive, fully load with Professional programs Tel: 328-6935
CDRW/DVD & 17” moniter Only $650.00 Adobe, Macromedia ect 1500.00. Call Mr. Robinson | |] a Cell: 465-4633
New Computer 60GB, CDRW/DVD & 17” at 436-7737 Now!! prices nogotiable Microsoft Office . :
Flat screen Only $699.00 Free W/ all.

Tel: 392-1142 cell: 424-3437

SlverL7 L6 v400 Motopebl
$260.00 $180.00 $140.00 $260.00







Cell: 535-0734 or 326-5024/394-3645

‘TRIB #822

Supplier/Manufacturer
Finder Services
Digital MP4 Players & FM

Transmitters :
Flat Panel Televisions
Laptops/Notebooks
Prices better than US!
Digital Touch Screen
MP4 Players $140.00

RIB #154




-Laptops as low as
$1,050.50.00

Tel:(242) 426-8094
or
- (242)-465-8559

Christmas Special,
Dell Latitude c610, Pentium 3, 1200MHz, 256MB, IBBF #142

0GB, CD/DVD, win. xp home, wireless, $599.00 (
ateway Notebook 1.8GHz, 512MB, 80GB, wireless, MP3 Bayer eee ane mee layer $100

DVD + RW, XP media, $899.00 while supply last.
Call today 465-6036 seabeach101 Sian Call: 361-4336 or 422-5601

VS2000 Extreme



FOR SALE:
iPOD SHUFFLE
(Second Generation):
Give the gift of music
this Christmas with the
second generation of
the iPOD Shuffle.
This sleek compact
device can hold up to
240 songs, it has an
incredible battery life of
12 hours, and it is only
$149.00.

For more information
call at 380-0732.

42” Flat Panel
HD LCD

Tel:(242)426-
8094

or
(242)-465-8559

RIB #821
EXTREME VIEWSAT SATELLITE
Receiver on sale,
Starting $299.00
All receivers programmed and ready
Installation.& programming available
Tel: 341-8439/361-4175

RIB #613



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 465-4633

Email:newleveltech @ coralwave.com
www.newleveltechbahamas.com
Call Tooday!



LOW PRICES CELLPHONES 535-7040

This Month feature phones - Total package include, s/card,$20
gsm

Pebel u6 (colour) ........5..086 § Prieta taseddetinenreae

ys

CELLULER PHONES FOR
SALE

V-220- $180.00
Pebl- $265
(blk,pnk, babybiue)
Sivr- $185.00 (blk,pnk)
Razr- $250.00(blk, Pink)

Razr V3x- $490.00 (Pink)

Blackberry 8700............0..606 SBAT DS Movateswes leas esata Call for info
Every Friday Tenth caller receives 25% off cell phone with 2
purchase order.

special Siemens A71...........ssssceeeees $99.99***

complete Accessory Kit with each phone

Special orders welcome, discount to banks + business

offices

RIB #802
MOTOROLA V60
Replace your old TDMA or quickcell phone with a
brand new motorola V60
Price at $80.00

Hurruy.call
356-3953 or 457-2791/552-8272

Large chocolate
$500.00 (black)

Cell 456-0935





“TRIB #795









PLAYSTATION 2 Coniroijiers, TRIB #794 nh #832 aieste
and x Box games, going cheap! PSP i GENUINE AND AUTHENTIC Wood Twin bookcase headboard & mate’s bed/3
Movies also availabie. Price staris at ‘Techno master watches, stainless steel with feather drawers for storage $700.00

Solid wood futon/mattress $200.00

$20.00 ~ i or rubber strap/ with real diamonds arcund bezel. é
a - fr. drawer wooden chestexcellent con-$200 =

RORLAT TY r ' These are quality brand watches with reiail.vaiues





“Tel? 344-7907 Call?

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White, Satin, Oleg
Cassini Ball Gown
Wedding Dress Size 6 -






















Fs sete a $600.00
| Hair Braiding Done White Corsette/Bustier
within, ~ Size 32B - $45.00
Best Prices in Town, White Beaded Cathedral




for more information Veil - $45.00

- White GE 25 cubic ft.









contact Glo White Veil trim with ee
at 3955686 or Diamond Studs - $35.00) — =) | refrigerator, (new in
3943423 White Face Veil - $25.00 : : | box), side-by-side, with

Matching Earring and ‘
RIB #671 Necklace Set - $35.00 waier/ice dispencer,

White Sommaire 3 coe eS 4 $1,200,
LADIES WEDDING ENGAGEMENT ‘ “ :
RINGS AND BANDS Gas poe 1pee
Solid gold and diamonds $300-$1000
Also 1 Men Rolex link and diamond ring

$450.00
Tel: 324-2678 Cell: 425-7176






























; White Crinoline

P Size 6 - $50.00
White Satin Wedding Shoes Size 8 - $40.00}

Call 361-1789/395-2836 for more info.



Brand New 30” gold
chain —
with awesomeJesus
piece, same charm in
Crown Jewellers for
$1,400, price $900.00 for
chain and charm, —

BBF #161
















Clothing Hangersm, BBF #229

Christmas Special






a Manikans & 1/2 Manikans, Call 465-2554 Toms, Gloves & Scarfs, 2pcs & 3 pcs set RIB #711A =
ae 3 ” or Dora, sponge bob, Barbie, spiderman, braiz,
Call: 525-5752 465-2400 supieninen ae ahonesker batman, etc. ‘PIER 1, GREEN & GOLD

Children & adults plain sets, 2pc & 3pc Price starting Rattan table with glass top and six chairs
from $10.00 and up,
special children cellphone-$5.00, dora,

spongebob, etc. Call 465-5498





Good condition
Tel: 324-7251 Cell: 557-4845



ge
i a White apartment
size stove.
$550.00 ONO
We also have an

: EXERCISE
| PENCt,
ee _ | with weights for
ro RIB #875 : : ee ae Bey $200.00 ONO
BBF #245 7 F Three piece front room furniture a6 c . a nel: ee

Table set for sale, set on sale for . Curving Machine ee
dining, coffee and two side tables, asking $580.00

: fe : Four (4) Additional style frames $4,000.00
$1,000 Call 364-7812 or 426-0478. Call 525-9578; serious offers only!. Phone#: 363-1270



[ = eens on RIB #668H_
> emboe RIB #668 1997/8 Ford F250

a 24x23 Props
RIB #668D : dF3
Curtain Rods $1,500.00 for pair - = ey Cron ae Ca

All into OneSheer (Curtain and Valance F : : Needs a little work
$600.00 forall Phone#:363-1270 Phone#: 363-1270 $300.00
Phone#: 363-1270 Phone#: 363-1270

7 = : DISPLAY MODEL
Tub Cane Sree. BEVERAGE COOLER
Chamois $23.95, 26 cu ft,.-
Micro Fiber Towels : Brand: true manuf co.
$5,Air Freshners $12 per] white/black trim,

gal. Seat Covers $89.95, . 4. adjustable shelves with

Rims $49 and up,Mats incle
$14.99 and up Vacuums eh ag ‘On
$69.95 and up, Car ‘

‘CareDegreaser $9, Tire : Voltage: 115, HP: 1/3,
ge BE Dressing $30, interior | § PH:1 Hz: 60,
RIB #634B ; : : : tee — ——= ; ie Shampoo $16, — Energy saving model Like

BRIGGS & STRATTON PORTABLE GENERATORS Bathroom Tiles - ee Carwash S16, And newl

RELIABLE NAME YOU CAN TRUST /2 YEAR 1700 sa. ft go much muchimore : Outstanding condition!
LIMITED WARRANTY : . Sq att Call: 325-5016 Cell: 565-5462

GENERATORS STARTING @ $599 $1.50 per sq. ft. | alee oF
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 / Big Savings! : 364-7537
FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213. Phone #:363-1270 ik eam







THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 33






CURIO FOR SALE
(like new) Only 1 year old.
Dimensions
L41x W16 xH83 Great for

92 : = a = specail items. $500.00
TOOL BOXES HUSKY & MAC TOOLS
brand new in packaging. 3 drawer tool box $99.99 Tel: 322-3166
4 drawer top chest $199.99 (incl. 60 pc tool set) : Wk 502-6711
6 drawer side cabinet $299.99 IB #634C

























6 drawer tool chest $399.99















; St sue STONE PLATE COMPACTORS
KAWAI PIANO SEA Line eros wrenches $9.99 SFP3000 & SFP 4000 WITH 5.SHP HONDA ENGINE
About 30 years old ou won't find them cheaper anywhere else SALE PRICE $2590
~~ $1,000.00 Great for homie, OMGs alle workWe are focated Gn | CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
Please phone 364-2886 aoe Cal SS7-4450 for CIO ee FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.



"CLEARANCE SALE"
- 50% SALE on Shoes, Handbags, Necklace
Sets & Watches.

Need to make room for NEW MERCHANDISE.
Invincible Hands located on Prince
Charles Drive, on the side of the yellow plaza
between Blanco Bleach and
-the Pepsi plant. 324 8579.
Hablamos Espajfiol también

424 4974
















RIB #777 :
BRAND NEW
Heavy Duty sewing machines, complete line of sewing
machines and parts. Serges, Hernmers, Walker foot
sewing machines, oil, bobbin case. All kinds of foot,
etc. Repairs available. j

Tel: 325-4746

Family Island welcome














RIB #871 y
SKATE SHOES FOR SALE
$49.95
All sizes available. Call 465-7882



















50% OFF HANDBAGS - Classy Dressy, Casual,
Trendy & Unique Handbags in
Black, Tan, Green, Red, White, Brown, Pink,
Fuchsia, Orange, Gold,
Checkered, Patchwork, Leather, Suede, Cloth,
Meiallic, etc. We have
Large, Midsize & small handbags.
GREAT SALE PRICES AT $9 - $25. View our
other FANTASTIC GIFTS for Ladies, & Girls.
Invincible Hands located on
Prince Charles Drive, on the side of the yellow
plaza between Blanco
Bleach and the Pepsi plant.

324 8579 or 424 4974

RIB #808

BODY PART’S
For -Altima, Accord, Maxima, Civic, Head lamp,
Head fender, Tail lamp, Bumper lower ,
. Bumper bar, Etc :
2002 CHEVY IMPALA
Black with tan interior
$11.800.00

Cell:454-7111

RIB #903
: DELL/COMPAQ
Internet Ready Computer system 1GH2-1-3GH2
256 Ram, 20 GB Hard drive, windows XP Ms
office, games anti virus
Cell: 422-5499



"GOLD JEWELRY SALE" - Necklace Sets for
Ladies & Girls, Earrings and
bracelets for Girls. GREAT PRICES AT $15 - $55.

f Tricolour pieces —.
(yellow, rose &.white gold). Beautiful pendants -
” butterflies, tear drops,
crosses with CZ etc. GREAT GIFT IDEAS.
: Invincible Hands located on
Prince Charles Drive, on the side of the yellow
plaza between Blanco
Bleach and the Pepsi plant. 324 8579.
Hablamos Eapatiel también -
2

4974"



TRIB #693

GET INSTANT
PAIN RELIEF
The 100% natural way,
relieves arthritis pain, -
inflamation of joints,
muscular aches, back
dpains, cramps without the
| side affects of other
drugs. Available
throughout the Bahamas,
at a pharmacy near you.
Call 356-2107/ 455-8881











RIB # 668A
Zoysia / Bee Grass Cutter
2.

00.0)
Phone#: 363-1270



PS
RIB #849
: SINGLE DOOR COOLER
' Price $1,200.00.

DOUBLE DOOR COOLER
| Price $2,100.00
fro see ~~ PSH 328-5938; 2 E28

Lepr enioremnennnnernserent

RIB #839
400 SERIE PERKINS GENERATOR
~. Year 2004,Rated power standby
16.9 KVA-16.9 KW and trans swiich
Tel: 326-5938 after 6pm




RIB #668C

RIB #668E

is Lake or Pond
Interlocking Pavers Aeorator — Complete

$800.00 Was $6,000.00 — Now $4,500.00
Phone#: 363-1276 i ESS : Phone#: 365-1276





PAGE 34, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006

RIB #825 ‘

RADIATOR AND CONDENSORS
Brand new radiators and condensors for
$179.00 from US
Need a truck or car $3,000.00 up

_ Tel: 326-2249 Cell: 395-5476

RIB #582B
Dies el Truck / Bus Parts,

Engine Inte-national 6.9L, V8 Runs well,
Transmission: Automatic Allison AT 545,

Dual Rear Axle,

Tires 10R22.5,
Will sell separately — $4,500 Negotiable,

Phone 361-2120



















RIB #855B
Generator Sale.
Yamaha generators as low as $249.00!
GREAT XMAS GIFT! Be prepared for
blackouts! Our portable generators are
great for jobsites.
950 Watts to 6600 Watts available.
393-0262.






STANDBY GENERATOR WITH ALUMINU
WEATHER ENCLOSURE :
, 100 AMP AUTO TRANSFER SWITCH. 2 YEAR
FACTORY WARRANTY
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.



“GOLD JEWELRY. SALE" - Necklace Sets for
Ladies & Girls, Earrings and

bracelets for Girls. GREAT PRICES AT $15 - $55.
Beautiful pendants -

Mickey Mouse, Elephants, Hearts with CZ, Butterflies
etc. Some tricolour

7THE TRIBUNE



‘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 #582A i
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 361-2120

‘SOCOM: Combined

Assault Godhand,
Justice league

A Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile;
Mortal Kombat;
Armegeddom,

eed for speed carbon

Over 2000 games in

stock. Join our game

club and receive huge

A discounts on new & old

games
Tel: 328-6160



RIB #668F
Green Malayan Coconut Palms
$100.00 each
Phone#: 363-1270



yz, NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95

Final fantasy $84.95 |
Marvel Ultimate



MICROSOFT ZUNE
(MP3 Player) 30GB FM

pieces (yellow, rose & white gold) are still available.

Great Gift Ideas.

Invincible Hands located on Prinee Charles Drive, on

~the side of the

yellow plaza between Blanco Bleach and the Pepsi

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95

NBA live 07
$74.95

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



plant. 324 8579.
Hablamos Espafiol también - 424 4974"

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return

NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

TI

et nea SOCOM: Combined
PlayStation.2 E41 Assault Godhand,
pee f sf 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

apid 3 Inch Led screen
$365.95









Tel: 328-6160

NINTENDO WII $700.0-0
PS2 $239.95
XBox $219.95
XBox 360 $749.95
Gamecube $189.95
Playstation Portable $369.95
Nintendo DS $239.95
PS3 with one game $230.00
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
.¢- Fels 328-6160...






‘lx Giteiengs $10.$16.v. Male Goats $40.-$50..

Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
* Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95
NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

RIB #815
FOR SALE: Pure Breed Basset Hound Pups
$550.00 Contact Ted Hanna. Tel: 324-8636



ANIMALS FOR SALE





Ducks $8..
Lulu a Rabbbits $10.-$15...

| Cali 361-2120



THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 35












































































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og Fon See Foz APPRAISALS CO. LTD. VICTORIA COURTS
JACK ISAACS JACK ISAACS )) | Fully tumishes, A/C, thru:) 4 oe ae acre
REALTY REALTY Seller Leaving Island 4 FS carpe arenes C Ath eS
sto STE sat Or Multl-zoni st of : P. I SE sesesnumericrs pester shade
BARAMIAN POOP -Multi-zone prop west o' ARAD ee eas eee t resnceesoe
Beechfront “Home Cab Gambier West Nassau, LOTS ORIS SYMMONETT
: Beach. Beautiful bed. 4.5 17,000sq ft. CPAe LM Mah
DICK’S POINT -- OFFI bath home on private’ white Tel 392-2741 _ Cable Beach 1255- Nicely furn. CARMICHAEL ROAD |
EASTERN ROAD 3 Bed 2 Bath | sandy beach. Fully’ furnished] ———A Bara | 225 villa in quiet westem| ustofl tot size 100x164,
on large enclosed __—_ lot} and newly renovated, Modern ABACO community. Open plan, $164,000.00 INTEGRITY HOMES
Hen) [ees tite meal’ |Sarevene enon auto: Segonme wm, “ot T] oraManna, |, onl) S% Down ~
: p ay located 6 miles no : i 2-bed, 1-bath, $115,000
Se wi Soaad fat‘ [Eas"™ ae” "Slag, [eee ante, |! FeO none |e ace
th peau : aco highway
covered patio in a ae Sermming pon oe ete peony on site. — la P 2 Una: BILNEY LANE OFF MACKEY | 2-bed, ‘-bath, S157, 000
$450,000.00 S ue mnllon outdoor Phone 324-1476. condominiums. situated in a aaa Pinose 1-bed, 1-bath, $187,000
CAMPERDOWN _—HOUSE:| 6 million | State of the art, newly $125,000.00 Your Dream is only phone a
Spacious 4,577 sq.ft, 4 bed, 3 TACKIGAACS TRIPLEX LOT in grated | constructed high rise building call away.
bath home, recently renovated REAL ESTATE Subdivision, opposite Old | offering the finest finishes, WESTRIDGE
kitchen’ with Kitchen Aid CALL TODAY: ~ Fort Bay, 80x160. Pad. ae ere that Residential hilltop lake view lot | Ph:394-8568/436-8159.
appliances, aa system and 3] 322-1069 EVENINGS: 395- = $150,000. Boat slips Svailable! "Starting 84x306 back 150 sq.ft.
cae gata on latge 6650 0r 424-6685. Tel 362-1021. from $899,500 Call for more WESTERN DISTRICT JUDAH REAL ESTATE
lot. $475, 000.00 info@bahamasproperty.com ee : details or to arrange a tour! COMMERCIAL LOT Bahamas Foam Products
COMMERCIAL Downtown: | ‘“t*#-Dahamasproperty.com 1 132 on Bay St.X472 | _ building Parkgate Road.
Commercial Building for sale Jo eee Of. Marines Porcise ands See ELIZABETH ESTATES
$795, hod oO separate’ offices. AB ACO J ACK ISAACS most prestigious _ residence. WINTON HEIGHTS 2-bed, 1-bath Good condition
First 2 buildings sold out! Don't : :
OCEAWWiEW Home weerl eee of land next to REALTY miss this unique opportunity! 115X138 $179,000.00 $95,000.
4 bed, 2.5 bath home. Large | the Abacs highway. Starting at $1,850,000 Call for) TWYNAM HEIGHTS Phone 394-6785
living/dining i combo, Harbour and Treasure Ca j Ocean view 108X228
office with spectacular view of y: $364,000.00 _|”_ FOR SALE BY OWNER
the sea and Island. Enclosed} Land elevations over 30 Marbella ere__Brand. new. : 2-Storey Four-plex.
courtyard Sve iooknd feet. Nice hill top views. [LOVE BEACH Duplex Lots | State of the art, 5/5.5 home wit HOUSES/CONDO Shirley Heights
swimming pool, Covered| Price $25,000 per acre. | starting at $100,000.00 within | evenithing, generator, on VISTA MARINA $280 000 Net.
carpet ae we private driveway. Ideal site for small sub- | gated community ° pool and pati, amazing views Te eT pros Fully rented (apartment/office).
$1,200 en oe ue ea Pak SOUTH OCEAN Residential ag Det Truly one. of a kind! ceiling and mahogany Tel 393-2515.
OCEAN FRONT - WEST BAY}: Se : {ots starting at $99,500.00 and - stair rail. $269,000.00 HUBERT S MCKENZIE
STREET Gorgeous 3 Bed 31/2}. Multi-Family lots starting at Nicely furn
Bath Ocean Front. Home.| HOUSE FOR SALE_ | $105.000.00 ee Re Sr condo High} SEA BEACH ESTATES ESTATE
Home located in a gated : 9. WeteryOnts CONGO: sg) Duplex Townhouses 3 bed, 2 i/2 bath,
gat end finishes and fixtures, wrap} 3bed, 9? bath - $318,000.00 er 1 ai private

community with swimming pool| _ By Owner "| SKYLINE PARK: 16,484 SQ.

and’ covered - patio.} 2 storey Spanish style | FT. elevated lot in quiet
$1,155,000.00 house, western residential area.





around veranda, boat slip, car garage. Gated community
beach. access and more! 2 bed, 1 bath - $202,400.00 sea breeze lane $195,000.00

$585,000 ORIS SYMMONETT Tel: 324-0285/ 393-7394/ 454-































CANAL FRONT = 4 bed, 3 1/2 baths, _ | 769:000.00 -Lots- REAL ESTATE at 9198 457-2285

SANDYPORTBrand New 3] quiet area. LOVE BEACH: 26,000. SQ. 4174 Watercolour} 929-8280; Eve. 325-1961 | WANTED URGENTLY

Bed, 3 Bath canal. front home, $385,000 Net. FT. Multi family lot with view of lots, 2 available. Starting} ——_____ Vacant Land, Houses,

which ~ features elaborate .. | ocean and beach access. This Cay lol, 2 000 PROPERTIES IN Duplexes/3-plexes

Bahamian architectural details, Close to everything. is a great opportunity. Tapartitientts

fp Gt thee =. finishes, |. 359-0904, 393-4476. | $695,000.00 Indigo _4172-___SF lot. with Bi sits Commercial Properties

including . granite: countert a i i 2 oj

Rentweed 4 fiooring, : high ~ LYFORD CAY Canal Frontage Sanat Ono i oe BY OWNER reas Yt ades

ceilings, and lots more. From. Greate, Ga} . | | Lot. $1,395,000.00 : : 393-1183 or 557-3225 >
the private verandah. one has a : ty OCE AN CLUB ESTATES Est: 4168-__ Single | Bahama ee we @ $12,000 anytime. ;

clear view of the mosaic and Multi family lots in new,








finished swimming pool / dock 25,565sq. ft. sandy beachfront) gated community in the west. Bahama sound “#10, 4 Lots @ LARGE PROPERTY
and gazebo. $1,400,000.00 Limited pact | ($4.9 million Starting at $90,000 $6,000 each on hill South Westridge. 90%
GCEAN FRONT WEST BAY ~ FOR SALE SAUNDERS BEACH Shae : Fes othe Island pe Beach. 2 Lots of an acre. $170,000 Net firm.
STREET Tranquil Beachfront | Commercial Lot near Bay COMMERCIAL = 6.5_—_ Acres | iargest lot remaining at Canal| Bahama Sound 47E, 2 Lots @ Call 557-2876.
none f ee ne ‘al Street, $200,000 pieet Access to Saunders} Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of $10,00 each ono :

rooms, ath wi ee df : a : :
oceanfront patio and pool deck. | “Large Lot on the sea, West $2,450,000.00 [cones oe Fee ear aan 2 ga! AE DE eM FELOPMENy L



$1, 800,000.00 Bay Street : $500,000 na Large

OCEAN CLUB ESTATES; | South Ocean Estates-

OCEAN FRONT - EASTERN|-Large Commercial Lot, | 29.621 sq. ft. lot_on pond, | noo sveiooment boom’ Dont| none Se ooo anytime.
ROAD Lovely 4 Bed 4 Bath| Prince includes approved architectural | rigs out! Coll for pricing!
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Montague Bay on one side Center site, $1,000, sq. ft. home. $1,695,000.00 Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
canal with Boathouse: on the : 3 lots starting at $100,000
other. Located in the exclusive | -Westwinds' Lots — from JACKISAACS INVESTMENT & APPRAISAL SERVICES 2-bedrooms, 1-bath Condo
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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,
immaculate condition.
$890,000. #5501

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 &
TOWNHOUSES
Paradise Island. Ocean Place.
2-3 bed condos with amazing
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.

Paradise Island. 2 bed, 2 bath
round floor condo in a water
tont gated coma w/pool.
Furnished! $795,000. #5723.
Sandyport. Condos with
docks, secure gated
08 Starting at

‘57

Dick’s Point. 2-3 bed condos,
dock space, pool, tennis courts,
Bornes furnished. Starting at
$555,000. #5497.

Coral Harbour. Duplex, two 2
bed, 2.5 bath units, pool.
$389,000. #5729

Mi 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.

Boatswain Hill — 2 bed, 2 bath
Townhouse 1200 — sq.
$190,000. #5517

Venice Bay — Brand New - 2
bed 1.5.bath 1200 sq. ft. 24 hr
security, community pool and
much more. Price reduced to
$167,500. #5654

COMMERCIAL
BSB House, West Bay Street
—- three levels, 5,500 sq.ft.
overlookii Nassau harbour
and beach with parking. $2
million. #5760

Tel: 393-8630 » Fax: 393-8638

Oaksfield - 100’ x
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 :

- QUTISLAND VACANT
Abaco Club at Winding Bay.
Estate lots. Starting _ at
$1,300,000. #5317.

Great Abaco Beach Front —

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
#5478

LITTLE EXUMA -— lot next to
Tropic of Cancer beach
$40,000.00 #5720

Rock Sound. One acre parcel
on QH $35,000 w/financing.
50 acres $300,000.00
w/financing.
South Andros. One acre
beach et with utility services.
$150,00 3

Rock Sout: Knowles Hill — 3
adjacent lots 90’ x 170’ -
$22,500 each #5697

Eleuthera Island Shores —
Ocean view residential
$18,500.00 #5642

Rainbow Bay — pene Ocean
front $62,500 #5672

Near Treasure Cay, Abaco —
2.5 acres. on Queens Highway | sec
$255,000. #5775

Fresh Creek, Andros — One
acre on canal . $50,000

San, Andros - One acre
commercial lot near airport on

ft. | 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

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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.
JACARANDA SUBD: Opp. Old
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
ton $175,000. 7,000 s/ft and
al
YUMA ESTATES: Duplex lots
starting at $125,000. — Triplex
lots 8,106 s.ft starting at











CABLE. BEACH Beautiful
BAYROC. residences at pre-
construction prices from
$1,550,000 to. $2,300,000.
Amenities © include
gated ~ & ‘individual © security,
Syeene Baicorles, spectacular.
views.. 2

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;
tiled floors, large enclosed yard,
central air. Unfurnished.



$135,000. 6,514 s/t to 10,058 | $1,400

sft. single/f from
$90,000. =

INDIGO SUBD: 60' X 120'
hilltop s/f lot. Community
amenities included — security
gate, pool, tennis court. Within
ee distance. to beach.
235,

OCEAN CLUB_ ESTATES
#2177 29,621 s/ft lot on pond.
Full set of approved and
stamped architectural plans for
a well designed 7,500 s/ft home
included. $1,818,200.

APARTMENTS / CONDOS
OCEAN PLACE:
On Harbour, Paradise Island,
beautiful 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths and 2 bedrooms 2-\/2
baths Luxury. Condos. under
construction. Amenities include

starting

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
mediterranean style
townhouses. 3,000 s/t each.
Perpetual sea views.
shah ic includepoo! and

cooly ee 15,000.

JACAI ANDA #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
eteganily furnished residences

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





from $1,150,000 and 2
bedroom suites from
$1,800,000.

For these'and more call:

326 4800 325 3957


























A00p.m2 2
VISTA MARINA: 2 bedrooms

4-1/2 baths townhouse.
Partially furnished. With to
beach.

$1,600 p.m.

SANDYPORT: Executive - tri-
level townhose.. 4 bedrooms 3-
V2 baths, fully furnished, private
dock. In gated community with
numerous amenities. $6,000

p.m. :
PARADISE ISLAND: © 3
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths
townhouse in gated waterfront
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 cubnlies
and equipment. $700,0

#2341 Lucayan Gowers: Well
appointed corner apt. with 2
bedrooms 2 baths on 9th fl.
Panoramic views of Island,
Ocean and Canals. 24-hr.
security. $185,000.

#2342 Sunrise Park: Newly
built duplex with 3 bedrooms 2
baths. Units. _-Landscaped
grounds. $302,000.

#2343 Bahamia - . South:
Attractively designed. newly
built. Executive - Home. 3
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths. 2-car
garage, office, hurricane Brook
windows, pool.. and — more..

$350,000.

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.
Elevations of 70 ft.

Ocean Addition West:. 20,900

‘s/t residential oceanfront lot.

Beach access
$650,000 ~

For ‘these .a and more > call:
326 4800 325 3957







24-hour.








ALLIED REALTY

Homes/Apartments

10533 Coral Harbour duplex

townhouse 2bed 2.5bath each
unit with pool and enclosed...
$389,000. -

0562 Sea Beach townhouse
3bed 2.5bath large bedrooms
and living area...$320,000.

0549 Stapledon Duplex with
2bed:ibath each unit a/c and
enclosed — fully. - furnished...
$290,000 >

0502 Coral Harbour 5bed

3.5bath home with. 2bed 1bath|

guest cottage on large canal-
fron lot...$650,000.

0501 Clearview hilltop 5bed
3.5bath with tiled floors and
views...$650,000.

0566 Coral Harbour: 3bed
2.5bath. executive home. tiled
floors central a/c balconies 2
car garage electronic gate...

$380,000. :

0546 Sunset Meadows four-
plex -._ near completion.:.
$260,000.

0506 Camperdown 4bed 3bath
newly renovated home new
kitchen with ‘stainless appli-
ances... $465,000.

0512 Coral Harbour = invest-
ment property 3 Aparat-ments
on canal front lot...$425,000.

Vacant Land

0504 Jacaranda gated com-
munity near Old Fort Bay single
family lot... $120,000..

0505 Westwinds. gated
communinty in love beach multi
family lots... $100,000.

0567 two acres near Silver]

Gates. ..$300,000.

0553 Gladstone Rd. 1 acre].

..$300,000

0559 Coral Harbour. 90x100
single family lot...$90,000.

0510. South Ocean: - Gated
single family lot $94,500 multi-
family lots starting at $105,000.

South Seas: Gated near
Venice Bay single family lot
starting at $80,000. multi-family
lot starting at $95,000.

Tel/Fax: 362-2858,
Mobile: 557-0288, and

.www.allledreattybahamas.com

www.alliedrealtybahamas.com -












$185K-$215K
Two
| Reserve. Project Commences
Mar '07

remaining $1500 to

Ph: 454-7999

Twynam near beach,

2 condos plus efficiency unit
For. Sale
Buliding size-3200sq ft, land-
14000sq ft.
$425000.00 gross
Telephone 324-9066 -

FOR

SALE

Beautifully
‘landscaped and
situated on the canal
with a breathtaking
~ view, isa -
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... -

_Amust see!!
Asking $495,000
gross furnished.

Call 356-3189 and
ask for Carolyn.

Lots For Sale

», Coral Breeze Est: -
Single Family 7835sq. ft.
90,000.00.

Triplx 8,000sq. ft:
$99,000.00
Ph.328-2797, 427-7409

HIGH VISTA

3 bed, 2.1/2 bath

Bahahama room.

Pool. Generator.
$328,000.00.

Telephone
322-8989(day),
324-4903 (night).



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3991 Sandyport: Beautiful 4] Gommercial building situated 8,000sq.ft, $99,000
bed, 3.5 bath 4,400 sqft! in a high traffic area. Its

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Beautiful elevated 4 bed home

SOUTH SEAS, duplex, marina
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Amenities _ include . wooden{home features mahogany ; with fabulous living areas, 80,000
ceilings, tile floors, open} doors, hurricane | windows, community: $26,000. pickled wood ceilings, recessed
kitchen, © laundry —_ facilities, | cherry cabinets & gorgeous hill 3924 Simms Long Island: 1.5 EMERALD COAST,

lighting, central A/C, pool and
acres of Waterfront property in| deck area. $930,000. See

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WESTWIND, duplex site
4.5 ‘bath. family home and

9711. Price: $255,000 =| FOR # PROVIDEN be Tropical Gardena. bad, 2 60'X100', $100,000.

3 ee Generous rooms & a clever : ‘ . ,| cottage command sweepin : .
ADELAIDE! 3bd/2bt home in| floor plan allows for maximum | 279 Bahama Sound: Lovely) <2. Views, also included fsa {| bath townhouse fully fumished, |” VENICE BAY, Residential and
quiet residential area in gated| comfort and privacy in this|#” of rocky shoreline. Just 5 | Ded cottage. $475,000.00 $1,800/mont multi-family sites from, $95,00(

community “with 24-hour | 4bd/5.5bt. home in: exclusive] :
Close minutes from Georgetown. | 5654 pelaporte Point: Three | Deal’s Heights. 3 bed, 2 bath} TROPICAL GARDENS, multi.

security. to beaches and |. community. Features include’ $180,000 i
Pome ‘atures many amenities. {modem kitchen w island, ,000. storey 3 - bed, 2 bath home corner lot, large -patio. |. family site 6,920sq.ft, $125,00C
townhouse. Offers great view, | Furnished. $1,500/month.

Web Ref: 9657. Price: | his/hers. bathroom in master © :
$263,000 © ~~ | Suite, study w fireplace, 2-car goes Femingo Bay: eau gated community, _ private] #RO179. : HIGH VISTA ESTATES,
triplex site, $147,000

Bel Air. 1-2. bed, 1-2 bath,



ceiling fans & central -air.| top sea views and more. Web
Community features courtyard, | Ref: 562431. Price: $809,500

|, gazebo & patio. Web Ref. ne ‘
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single family, $90,000



















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acres hilltop: lot. with ocean| property & dock. Web Ref:| eee 3943 Carefree | Semi-furnished apartments. Beachfront lot 50'x176'
views located in. exclusive | 10308. Price: $1.8M | Condominiums: 3 bed: unit] Starting at —$1,200/month.| ADELAIDE BEACH, $177,00C
community. Web Ref: 10047. recently undergone a complete | R0175 .












| 3987 Flamingo Bay: Lovely
half acre lot with deeded beach



































Price: $393,000... — RENTAL : renovation. New _ storm-proof HIGH POINT ESTATES,
2 Mies COLLINS, AVE! Conveniently aecees: $50,000 windows, tiled and. carpet| Tel: 993-8630 - Fax: 393-8638 triplex site 8.5175q

HIGH POINT ESTATES! Newly | located "furnished: : apartment Seni = ‘1 | floors, new. .appliances,. A/C, 105,000

developing subdivision. . with | with 2bd/1bt, features wooden oe tanings Bay oar alarm and furniture. $350,000.

pre-construction _house | floors in bedrooms with private | acre Cat Island, all utilities NASSAU GARDENS,

packages. Home features|patio at. back. Web Ref:) 3 yaiabie, $235,000 2489 Sea Breeze: Modern. 3 multi- family 84'x112',

Sea/et w two-car garage and | 562424. Price: $1,500 p/m Seat . bed, 2.5 bath. Features $105,000

laundry toom. . . Features. 3 i _ | spacious living. area, ‘granite ‘

separate family room, _open| SANDYPORT! This. 1bd/1.5bt ee ns counter tops and stainless steel SAINT ALBANS DRIVE

2-acre site, $660,000









living room, dining room, large | apartment unit features ocean
master suite with walk-in closet, | views, large rooms, top of the
his/her _ vanities, _ < oversized | line. appliances and plumbing
. Roman. tub, separate. shower fixtures, ceramic. tiled floors,
and more. Web Ref: 562335. }.and much more, Appliances
Price: $395,000 Bees only. Web Ref: 9870. Price:
‘ $1,800 p/m

master suite -with living. area. | aPPliances. $470,000.00

Two:bed on lower level with
separate... fear entry.
$4,000,000.00

Home. in Eastern. District: 3
bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths.| OFF PRINCE CHALES, muti-
automatic gate, burglar bars, family 9,337sq ft $75,000
security system. Master suite Soe : :
with jacuzzi ‘tub and walk in MOUNT VERNON
closets. Excellent condition. multi-family site 50'x100!,

















3928 Blair: Spacious 4. bed
home with a covered carport,
storage shed; 2 central A/C
units, a new roof, and a large
fenced in back yard filled with















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oie ; sidential lot 10800 sq. ft.j(e") ; i ; ious,
SANOYEORT! E67, OY anpreorm ossan_iew| 0010) Se7000. RUE ess. S250. Ty aun oe cal] SO
from this townhouse w 2bd/2bt | 3bd/3bt_ condo featuring a) 3887 Great Harbour Cay: 4|3965 Sandyport: Nice 4 bed ASE - SAINT ALBAN'S DRIVE,
in peta community. Fully eoiran pools Oe eats lovely harbour lots in the Berry | town-home on the canal with|—~GTENVENO’S MARKET _ Commercielite Sa5e0gT
furnished... residence. features fivishod. Web Ret: aaa islands priced just right! Offered | tiled ‘and carpet flooring, bay PLACE : :
laminate & tile floors; open: plan Price: $3.500 ¢ + 8882.1 at $25,000 each. . | window. and. covered. patio. PHONE 356-0894
ivingidining ate & oy rice: $3,500 p/m : : Unfurnished. $694,000. _ ie cet ea ont
equipped kitchen, balconies . : : : eS ,298sq.ft, multi-family,
more. Inclusive of: private dock | WINTON! Executive. 4bd/3.5bt Se ee ee ee tin arse 3825 Sears Hill: Commercial : ie sats $113,000




& parking space. Web Ref:;home with large rooms, | yj i building, ideal for medical
562311. Price: $475,000 beautiluly landscaped yard and Pink enone me at ‘% office, Features, reception area
: pool: Features include a large 4,047,000.00 f and. 5_ offices, kitchen . and










WESTPLACE INVESTMENTS
residential! 13,708 sq.ft,















CARMICHAEL eS RO! modern Bichen, Scat aoe conference room. $925,000. SEASON GREETINGS $165,000
ommercial prope resently | an jered palo: pe or i : p ee PLEX PACKA ;
with. Cah west: y "4 ong | entertaining. Web Ref: 8207.) 9077 Harbour Island: 3 hiss 2376 Bay Street: This large or Deen ataae © SOUTH WEST RIDGE
bedroom apartment units pace a $5,000 Be OVIDENCE! around. terraces with spec- conimeseial Budi ie a te 2-bed, 1-bath rented side area 130'x550', 1.32 acres,
OS aT | ee ee a Sbd/3. bt beachfront condo. in| ‘cular, views. Beautiful furni- eart-of Gown towne 12 ao ere aes $275,000.
land with 85' road -frontage. | gated community with pool, stings ineludedl # S600 oece8 CALL HOUSE PACKAGE
Great opportunity for | tennis courts and dockage ‘is ach Est: ERA Dupuch Real Estate GOLDEN GATES CURTIS THOMPSON
investment, Web Refr 562351, | available. Web Ref: 5980.| 75) “4sPscn cai or Fay Tel: (242) 394-1494 or 3-bed, 2-bath REAL ESTATE
Price: $319,000 "| Price: $5,500 p/m ee a Teh ee eer rex (242) 393-1811 ~ Carport and utility room 326-1514 or 325-0318 Days
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. | Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. ; 242) 394-1458 info@erabahamas.com — E 170,000 323-8408 or 324-3955
Laas Ph: 242-993-6618 |. , nfo@erabahamas.com bananas: eo Evenings
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REAL ESTATE COMES COMPLETE | www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
NASSAU LOTS ; TURN KEY. a
SERIOUS PERSON _ | Waterf Seem bed, 4
Ww idge: Multi-famil aterfront Estate. ed,
oe available vin develeoing ONLY NEED. bath home w/ 1 bed, 1 bath

area. Starting at $159,000-

cottage. Furnished. & equipped,
$249,000.

garage, pool, generator,
optional dock space. $9,000/
month. R0149

Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5
bath hilltop home on 1.7 acres,

CALL: 327-2723.

1693 Eastern Road: Large
vacant lot on hilltop in a nice
area with views of the sea. $



479,000.00 pool, generator, garage:
ROOM MATE to share Furnished.$9,000/month.

3956 Yuma Estates: A private 2 bedr Apt, (0181

and gated community with over Caves Point — 3 bed, 3 bath

Malcolm Allotment, fridge,
stove, A/C in bedroom,
washer, waer included.
558-7745 (D), 361-7164

fully furnished. ocean-side
condo, 24hr. security, 3 pools,
2 beaches, gym and. covered
pari. $ 8,000/month. RO172
Dick’s Point. 3 bed, 3.5 bth
townhouse, dock, great sea
views, fully furnished. $6,500/
month. R0O197 -

Caves Point — 3 bed, 3.5 bath,
ocean-front condo, fully
furnished, large balcony,
community pools, gym, 24 hr
security. $5, boo/month. R0200
Treasure Cove. 4 bed, 2 bath,
fully furnished, pool and patio,

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.



PREFERRED SINGLE
FEMALE to share two bedroom
Apt, fully furn, $400/pm, $900°
to move in. Tel 436-3685.

1-BED, 1-BATH Winton area.
Central air, $750/mth. ©





1255 Lyford Cay: Enjoy and Tel 393-0868. 24 hr. security. $4,000/month.
live in the: fabulous gated} ————__-_ ~~ | ROTES

community of Lyford Cay on| TWYNAM HEIGHTS: 1 bed|Sandyport. 2 bed, 2 bath
this .88 acre lot. Greatjapt, furn, s/bars, water, light,}condo, — furnished, garden.
residential community. | enclosed, for single individual. | $3,000/month. R0195
$500,000.00 , Tel 393-5987, 364-2302. Orchard Terrace — 4 bed, 2






bath furnished home, 2 car
arage. . Excellent condition.
$3,780/month. RO0144.

Winton. 3. bed; 3.5 bath
furnished house, pool, pool
room, mature garden.
$4,000/month. R0191
Compass Point. 3 bed, 3.5
town house, ocean front, pool,
furnished. $4,000/month.
RO0193

Sulgrave Manor. 2 bed, 2 bath
lovely furnished unit.. Many
amenities. Pool and beach.
$3,500/month. R0156.

NEW 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
APT LEEWARD EAST, $900
MONTHLY. PHONE 465-7401.

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Cable Beach area
Contact 552-1823

ONE ROOM APT FOR RENT -
Rediand Acres. Yellow Apt.
Contact: 394-3673.

NEWLY BUILT APT semi-
furnished, air condition, water
included. $600 per month. Tel

3745 Eastern: Road: Property
with ocean views in the Eastern
District. This 23154 sq. ft
unique homesite will not last for
long! $240,000.00

3951 Tusculum: Elevated
single family ocean view lot
(18200 sq. ft.) located in the
Tusculum Subdivision.
$480,000.

3975 Coral Harbour: Single
family lots located in Coral







Snes cane uc | ezaee beds ar aps enae
See ‘i . BEL QUO S es Solr Sash tates oe
ivision features under-ground ONE BEDROOM APT semi-

utilities and two parks. $
950,000.00

3974 Coral Harbour: Duplex/
Townhouse lots _locat in
Coral Breezes Estates. This
subdivision features
underground utilities and two
parks. $ 99,500.00

property $3,000.00 R0217.
ictoria _ Court. Renovated
Condo 2 bed 2 bath furnished
$3,000.00 RO194
Saunders Beach. 2 bed, 2
bath townhouse. gym, pool,
beach nearby. laundry room.
$2,500. RO173

8th Teiteos: Centerville - 4

furnished, $600 monthly, sec
dep $300. Tel 341-4415.

COLDWeLL
BANKGR




\ bed, 2 bath with waiting area.

271 ese ao ee eee EY TyE2t reo yosz ba
as single family, 17220 sq. ft.- | www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
37108 sq, ft. Priced to sell and wanker furnished $2,500.00 RO186
starting at $225,000 up to Highland Park ~ 3 bed, 3 bath
$270,000. RENTALS furnished on a large lot. $2,300
3971 Indigo: This hilltop lot is | T; 1 Gardens. 2 bed, 2} R0215
located in a new subdivision in | bath townhouse fully finan Mount Vernon — 2 bed, 2 bath
the Western District, and offers | $1,800/month home. High ceilings, , enclosed
partial ocean views. $227,000. | Deal’s Heights. 3 bed, 2 bath Bato $ $1,950/mo:
2542 Soldier Road: Secluded} home corner lot, large patio.
commercial lot that can multiple | Furnished. $1, month. Montagu Villas — 2 bed, 1 bath
uses. Hasprivate driveway and | #R0179. townhouses. Flecerty
is fenced in on 3 sides. Bel Air. 1-2 bed, 1-2 bath, | fenovated, furnished, A/C,

CALL semi-furnished apartments. | gated. $1,800/month. R01

ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453 ©
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

200/ oral Harbour . 2-3 bed, 2.5
peel at: st eon bath furnished. Canal front.

RO175 $1,850/month. R0118.
Tel: 393-8630 - Fax: 393-8638 | 7.1. 209 8690 - Fax: 393-8638

































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3679 Paradise Island: Harbour
Breeze 3 bed, 3 bath con-
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#3208 Lake Cunningham,



large 5 bed, 5 1/2 bath family : . | entry, oceanfront, pool, view
home. Luxuriously appointed, | Miramar, P.l. 2254- Furn. 3/3.5 | and secluded. $7,000/pm

this fully furnished, gorgeous | townhouse in. beachfront

home has stunning lake views | community. $5,500 - 13992 Sans Souci: Lovely 2

w/ dock for. water activities.
Lovely large rooms & separate
maid’s quarters. A must see!
$11,000p/m

#1934 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 1
bath condo in small 4 unit
complex on quiet street. Lovely
pool/patio area. Gated w/visual
surveillance on each unit.
Tastefully decorated & fully
furnished $2,500p/m

#3279 Lyford Cay, seductive &
charming 5 bed, 4 bath home.

bed 1 bath, furnished unit.
‘Features an open floor plan,
washer/dryer, —- A/C and
enclosed yard. $1, 500/pm

Sandyport R2253- Furn. 3/2.5
canalfront condo, nicely
decorated, boat slip! $4,500

Tuckaway R2252- Brand new,
feally nice, Partly. furn. 2/1
apartment, central. location!
$1,250 3

1592 Prospect Ridge: Unique
2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse has
spectacular views, pool, cable,
microwave, dishwasher and
community laundry. $2,400/pm

3980 Sans Souci: This
furnished 3 bed 2 bath home
features. central A/C, a fully







Treasure Cove R1215- Fully
furn. 4/2 with pool. Ready to
move in! $4,000 es




A Conchrest R2243- Nice, newly | equipped kitchen; laundry room
Gorgeous golf course ‘views.|furn. 2/2. second-floor | and a patio. $2,500.00/pm

Other great features include
large swimming pool & pergola,
water osmosis -plant/ private
well. Fully air. conditioned, |
cable/internet . ready, semi-
furnished. $8,000p/m

oceanfront condo. Great views!

Bh



2847. +Bayroc:. Beautifully
designed 3 bed 3.5 bath con-
dominium: Features, controlled
entry, oceanfront views, beach-
front, pool and secluded.
$6,500/pm






Westridge R2250- Brand new
3/3.5 furn. Townhouse. with
private pool. $4,750

Victoria Court B2251-_ Newly
remodeled 2/2.5, fourth floor
condo. in central . location.
NICE! $3,000

Grove R1206- Turn key, 3/3.5
|home with views. and near
beach! $4,000




#3289 Sandyport, 3 bed 2 1/2
bath. waterfront apartment w/
30ft boat dock situated. in
vibrant Olde Towne. Lovely
views of Sandyport. Luxurious
décor, furniture & fittings. Bi
screen TV. Residents have full
access to the Sandyport
beaches resort pool & beach &
amenities. $4,500p/m .

#3280 Victoria Court, 2 bed, 2
1/2 bath condo. Elegant, gated
apartment building in
convenient downtown Nassau.
This spacious ~—_ apartment
overlooks the harbour. Central
air. Shared pool $3,000p/m

#3226 Highland Park, 3 bed, 2
bath, family home. Large open
lan, living/dining/kitchen.
rge screened in porch.- En-
closed vata with pergola. 2 car
ports. Furnished. $2,300p/m

3934 Compass Point: Lovely 3
bed 3 .5 bath, ‘fully. furnished
waterfront condo offering
spectacular sunset and ocean
views. $4,500/pm

3921 Harbour Colony: Nice 3
bed penthouse unit with views
of the Nassau Harbour. Open
floor plan, large kitchen,
faundry area = and pool.
US$5500/pm.

3970 Sandford Drive: Fully
furnished 3 bed townhome with
wesne ye tiled and carpet
flooring all within an enclosed
yard. $3,000/pm.

13972 Tusculum: Furnished 3
bed townhouse with tiled and
Seabeach Estates _R2232-| wood floors, central AIC,
Tastefully furn. 3/2 townhouse | washer/dryer, dishwasher,
with private . garden, . SS] alarm and intercom ‘system.
appliances and more! $2,500. $2,800/ Se eot em
inton: Gorgeous ne
re with 3-car gi eee
units, 2 kitchens oa ining
rooms, pool and beautiful
‘| landscaped yard. $
18,000.00/pm <
2084 West Bay: ate Bahamia
West 3 bed, bath con-
dominium comes fully furnished
in- secure, ey
with fabulous views.
4,000.00/pm :
3039 yiginia Street:
Immaculate’ detailing tiled
floors and carpet in. all office
Treasure Cove __R1480- spaces, more than adequate
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in

parking. $6,500/pm ~
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500 ; é CALL
























Cable Beach R2236- Furn. 2/1
condo in great location! $1,500

Furn. 2/2
with lovely ar views! $3, 500
NICE!






Brand
new, immaculate. 2/25 in a
gated complex. * Pool, gym,
eer custom everything!!








#3249 Palms. of Love Beach,
2 bed, 2 bath right next to the
beach. Beautifully decorated
whasteful furnishings. Lovely
ocean views. $3,000p/m

i eeeet Sandyport, ground floor

2 bed, 2 1/2 bath townhouse.
Nicely appointed. Fully.
furnished $3,000p/m

#3281 Eastern Rd, 5 bed, 5
bath, Eastern Rd hilltop home:
Wonderful views of the Narrows
from the living room, northern
patio & master bed. Home is
elevated, cool & airy. Large
kitchen w/ staff bed area off to
the side. Expansive covered

Cable__ Beach _R2112-
Beachfront.2/2. on ground floor,
only steps to ocean. ‘Awesome

views! $4,000

Seabreeze R1198-_Canalfront

3/3.5 home with dock. Boaters

dream! $2,950 - é

- Furn.,

newly” renovated. 2/2 i

beachfront complex. $3,500
New,

nicely furn. -2/2.5 townhouse

gh enclosed, private yard.









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se FULLY FURNISHED 2-ed, 2-| NEWLY RENOVATED, ONE|SEA BEACH ESTATES - 2| Town house or Rent






1. bedrm:House-Unit, $650, bath apt, air condition. $1,500 } BEDROOM, ONE BATH APT] bed, 2 bath furnished Apt

cable, tel, sec avail. 324-4262. Og per month. -Tel 324-4105, 556-| complex, partially furnished, | includes washer/dryer, Senta ee ee near aa
i ea ae UJ ACK ISAACS 8491. Pinewood Gardens. “| air, fridge, stove, linens kitchen | So" giciched suitable tor two
EASTERNAREA | Amenities include: utensils, etc. Also. includes} jive. inmates or single famil
bean untumished Apt g550. | NX REALTY FURNISHED (EFFICIENCY | NC. refrigerator, stove, washer, | water, cable telephone rental:| ynotaire spacious one
Cable, tel, sec. Sop BTS es” | APT) “SINGLE ROOM. WITH| “'yer, jacuzzi bath, light, water, | internet. $1850 monthly. Tel Beg Ik p loset, full
T el 324-4262. STEERER MIAN PO” | BATHROOM/SHOWER STALL | Cable, phone, internet, wooden | 327-4017. bathroom © Included = powdet
sR I FOR RENT ONLY/ WALK IN.CLOSET/ NO blinds and hurricane shutters. room, double vanity, Jacuzzi
Efficiency Ayala le ie "| COOKING FACILITES CAN|NO children, no pets. For! "Must SEE | shower stall, central air, ceiling

ACL GRISEA Gelade (light, |PROSPECT RIDGE: 2 bed, 2/.BRING | HOT PLATE _ & See | Single Offices For Rent fan and office space.
ti ble) (| bath forth floor apartment with | MICROWAVE RENT East, Bay Street, electrical, ] Downstairs - ‘one bedroom,
Rentt: $000 ner thon Call’ | golf course and ocean views.|!NCLUDES —LIGHT” WATER} ____=_=__=——C__it internet. & phone included. | bathroom, spacious _ kitchen,
324-0435. Gated community __ with TELEPHONE CABLE T.V. A/C} PARADISE ISLAND - ONE|Contact us at 393-8460/394-| living and dining space, ceiling
swimming pool.» $1,700.00 VERY NICE CLEAN & QUIET | BEDROOM APT FOR RENT | 4961. fans, air condition and burglar

Efficiency For Rent.. Gulf | unfurnished or AREA FOR A SINGLE MALE} Becoming available December
Course ‘eivd, Sea Breeze | $2,500.00 furnished per month. {ONLY NO KIDS OR PET} 18, 2006. One bedroom
Estate. Light and. water SERIOUS INQUIRIES” ONLY | apartment, fully AREA, 3-bed, 2 1/2-bath. free | gas. Must see to appreciate.
included. Semi-furnished. | HARBOUR: MEWS — CABLE | $600.00 PER MONTH FIRST & | furnished including washer and | Cable and water. 1 car garage. | Berson interested please call
$550.00 per month. First and] BEACH2. Bed 2 Bath| LAST + SECURITY 393-3667 | dryer. Apartment just recently Se No In a the New 364-4422. eve, or 436-7555
last months rent and $400.00 | Townhouse End Unit, located in | -EQRNISHED 4-bed Efficiency, | “enovated ; 3055 48%) anytime
security deposit. No~ children, | waterfront community with Water & light included ¥: Jwith. all stainless ~ steel :
no pets. Single occupancy only. | Private beach. and pool, Tel 364-8508 z furnishings, wooden floors etc.| SHOP SPACE FOR LEASE SHOP/OFFICE SPACE 27ft x
Telephone 324-2777. tully furnished $2,600.00 perj___= =" | $2,000 monthly, Newly built, attractive shopping} 57f, $so0/mth 1st, last and
eC ROA month FURNISHED ~ STUDIO | utilities not included. Please | plaza, Blue Hill Rd South, 2 sec. This complex. is located

: APARTMENT, between | Call @ 424-4960 or 422-3551 or| miles from Golden Gates !
BLAIR: 3 - 4 bedroom with|THE GROVE - WEST BAY Cowpen:Rd: West,-opp: Rudy's

Carmichael and Fire Trail Rd. | 393-1048. Shopping Centre. Look for 2
office, pool house,. beautifully} STREETSpacious 3 Bed 2 Bath | Water, light, cable included. | BARADISE — ISLAND | Strey building with 2 ice cream Se eae i cugene

MCE CONDO WESTEDN | Dats. Including washer, dryer,
NICE CONDO - WESTERN cable, fridge, stove and cooking












































furnished, $3,500 or $4,500 Home on very large enclosed | 356-6904, or 456-2472. HELICOPTERS is seeking a| cones. Phone 361-1665. oe eae
, ieee lot fully furnished $2,500. per HIGH VISTA - Furnished 2 bed, ‘Driver/Ramp attendant. Sarsis | LOVE BEACH ESTATE Towne
PARADISE ISLAND: 3 bed,|month UInISned 2:56 P ONE 2-bedroom Apt for rent] house, 2bed, fully furnished,






$725 per month, first and last} A/C, alarm system, sec yard,

Condo Harbour side with dock, 2. bath, living, dining room, applicants need only apply.
$1500. .Phone 359-1260 day or

ee | air, alarm, wash & dryer, st “have a valid driver's
very nice, $6,500 DELAPORTE —_ Oceanfront | central ry i "S| month, $450. sec dep. Iron
townhouse, 3 Bed 2.5 Bath fully | © etc. Tastefully decorated, near| licence, police. record, 2 bars, water, A/C, fans included.

ight
< : Bae rt: photos, Bahamian SLA Sea INES

PARADISE ISLAND: 2 BED, 2| furnished. 2 swimming pools, | 2&@ch. $1500/pm, 1st, last, sec | passport ph No pets. Phone. 864-7746, or

BATH CONDO, GATED SEC;| beach access = and good dep, 557-0964, 556-8491, or} passport, and at least three 364-2214 TROPICAL GARDENS off

: 324-4105 evening. references. . For information, ; WEST BAY STREET. 2-
POOL VERY NICE, $4,000 gear in Sites Communty | one SEDRGOA APAATHERT please cali 363-4016, ask for a ea SAEm ESE HEnt bedroom semi-furnished’ Apt
OCEANFRONT CONDO 3 2h : e Gail Riley or Trevor Moore: 3 bedroom house with room for] fridge, stove and — water
BED, 3 1/2 BATH, POOL

CAVES. POINT. Oceanfront Walt and. Sore yon ous) | NEWLY RENOVATED 6 bed | rent. Access to all facilities in| included. $800 per month, first,
BALCONY ON. SEA, VERY

well. lit and secure yard water, * AY 5
‘Condominium 3 Bed 2. Bath| cable, phone, refrigerator and|bath house in Johnson Rd.|the house. Kitchen, living and Leet a ere eae Coe: Tel. 502
NICE, $4,500 Fully Furnished Gated | stove included, also A/C and | Estates with 2 additional rooms | dining area. $300.00 a month. : :

: s Community Pool / Gym ceiling fans, five minutes walk | for optional _bedroom/office/tv | Call 525-5317 or 364-0740. NEW 1-BEDROOM
3 BED, CONDO, WEST, | Covered Parking $6,000. ‘00. per|to the Mall at*Marathon, one|room - . basic appliances SPACIOUS D-bedroom unfurnished condo, Sea
PRIVATE POOL, GATED, | month : minute walk to the bus stop and | included. Asking $1,500.00 per OUS 2-bedroom | Breeze. Enclosed yard. Water
VERY NICE; $3,000 : ten minutes drive to Paradise | month - first and last months | #Partment for rent in a quiet] included. A/C, $700/pm 1st, last
JACKISAACS. ~ island (little to no traffic) central | rent, security deposit and lease | 274 off Faith = Avenue. | pius $300 sec. 324-3979.






























































HILL TOP ESTATE HOME, 4 _. ‘REAL ESTATE location, Peardale off Wuiff| required. Call’ 324-1364 for Amenities incl: water, burglar | ———_"_____
BeOS Ba seid “apo GALE TODAY: 45 | Road, no kids, no pets, and no | details. brevsiore. ter wacker and | Sans Soucl, soso. Water
PRIVATE $7,500. “050 oF 424-0685 | Sr ta ovine sort oral geen [PRIVATE T-bed apt IN} dryer, first, last and seo dep| AIC, alarm, fridge, stove and
es ~_ www.bahamasproperty.com sec'deo: Serious induiries oni NASSAU EAST. Quiet | req. $750 monthly. Contat 544-| washing facilities incl. 424-
TELEPHONE 393-0860. 393- |. : c ep. au ¥- | neighbourhood, mahogany | 3264 for info. Serious enquiries 5372/477-0708, 341-1776.
11104541930 —C«W Phone 326-7477, or 322-4205. | closet, charming fireplace and | only please. NEWLY BUILT 27 bedroom
noe pas FOR RENT ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT | enclosed parking.. Semi edroom



EXECUTIVEHOMES 2-28d/1bath apts, —_ all for rent, well litand secure yard | furnished. including fridge,| SPACIOUS. __2-bedroom| @partment for rent. Blue Hill

FOR RENT | appliances/water incl. | water, cable, phone: stove, ceiling fan and A/C, light apartment for rent in a quiet oad Soult ist, leet noni

_ 5 Bed, 4 bath, $6,000: Boatswain Hill.” Call: after 5pm | refrigerator and stove included, | and water included, first, last}area off. Faith Avenue. ren ad eee redulies all 361=
3 bed, 3 bath, $3,500 - | 962-1121 "=| also A/C and ceiling fans; five | month rent and sec dep req. No | Amenities. incl: water, burglar 6 SE EOL VIEWING:

2 bed, 2 bath; $4,000 - > FOR RENT minutes. walk: to. :the Mall. at] pets $850/mth, 364-7208: ~~ bars, A/C, | ceiling fans, | OFF SOLGIER ROAD

2 bed, 2 bath, $1,500 | Centrally located, spacious 24 Marathon, one minute walk to] Gace eon peNTO provisions for washer arid unfurnisiied two bedroom, one

393-0868, 393-1110, 454- 1230 bedroom apartment for ‘rent. | the bus stop and ten. minutes. i HOUSE FOR RENT: | dryer,-first; last. and sec dep] bath apartment, water included

‘Includes frdge,. stove, burglar | drive. to Paradise Island central 3-bed, 2-bath, living room, den, | req. $750 monthly. Contat 544-1 $675 per . month, _ security

RSILae FOR RENT large. 1-| D3!S. vertcal blinds, a/c, ceiling | location, “Peardale off Wulf dibiag foctn sana large, Gicron 3264 for info. Serious enquiries | deposit $300. Phone 327-7847.

Bedroom 1 bath furnished apt [(2%S:_ water, fully enclosed, | Road. No _kid/pets/smoking, only please: WESTERN DISTRICT 1-bed,

attached to private home. Walk-

j : ‘ t see to appreciate. Tel
landscaped yard, and parking/| $600. per month, ‘first, last moa e123 Be ee lel Sea bad oH :
i 5 5 5 - 5 - | SPACIOUS 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath, | 1-bath, fully furnished
in closet, a/c, b/bars, water and $700/mth or $165/wk. Tel 393-| Month and $600 sec dep.
cable . included.“ Phone: and

2606, 393-2888. “Serious. inquires only. - Phone | 2268 anytime after 6pm living, dining, den, large | apartment, laundry —_ room,

a iE ( 2 : —____________________| enclosed yard, fully] enclosed grounds, swimming
internet. ready. $750.00. per ~~ FOR RENT SEO TART OL Set 208 Fike NEW 2- BEDROOM APT|\andscaped, alarm, _—c/air,| pool, includes water, $750
month. Ph: 364-5827. Two bedroom & One Bedroom NAUTICA - SEAVIEW DR

Hanna Road, beach rights, burglar bars, encl — carport, | monthly, electricity and security
SRI IORIE RSE PUTO a SEES -Apartment-for rent. Luxuries 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Bath | burglar bars, hurricane shutters.| located-Sea Breeze Est. Must | deposit along with first and last
SUNSET : PARK, | Call Deborah @ 325-0958. | with the master.bath' consisting {and water included. $750 per |-see to appreciate. $2800.00/pm | month's rent required. Phone
CARMICHAEL ‘RD WEST, 2- “f : - | of Jacuzzi tub, Kitchen, Living | month, First and last_months, | Tel 544-3242/324-8444. 326-1514, even 323-8408.
bed; 1-bath -partly -furnished,-| :

; Room : &-- Dining, Double | Sec. deposit $300. Tel 324-}
fridge, stove, ‘washer, . dryer} —————_____—~_________| Garage, . Washer. & . Dryer, | 7306. ay - | SPACIOUS. newly built semi-| WESTWARD VILLAS 1
water included, cable ready FORR RENT. - Central Aircondition. Fully | ——--- —______- | furnished one bedroom spacious, fully furnished. 2
burglar bars, yard. fenced-in for.| Large - efficiency apt. -off| furnish. Monthy. Rental of | UG 2-bed, 2-baths, $750 month | apartment, $700 per month, | bedroom, 2 1/2 bath townhouse
privacy. Rent $800, sec dep] Carmichael Rd., — separate | $4500.00: with first, last and] ». Water included, cable ready, | including, fridge, stove, wooden | contemporary decorated,
$400. Tel 341-3573. tkitchen and big bath. tidge, | security deposit required. You| and fenced, Ideal. for sharing, | blinds, carpet in bedroom, walk- | central A/C, ceiling fans, private
stove, gas, ceiling. fan, light, | can contact me:at the numbers | Zion. Blvd, South. Good deal!) in closet, central air, security, | balcony, private _ porches,
ONE BEDROOM APT Exuma | water & cable included. Very listed.below. Wendy Burrows . Tel 324-6964, or 341-1038 to water. First & last month-rent | security bars, walled and gated,
St, $500 per month. Water and | secure enclosed yard. Single] : Ph #323-5171 of 557-3793 see. and ‘security deposit $600 - | laundry room, water and cable
sec gate! included. 393- oleh or | Person ONLY. No Kids/Pets. © | ——__—"__ }_______} aquired: Suitable immediately. | included. beach ‘rights. Phone
552-0384 $600.00 ‘p/m . + $300.00] NEWLY. RENOVATED | 2) SANDILANDS VILLAGE | Contact Ms Pinder, 558-2819, | 502-3850, or 393-7624, 327-
——_ et security. Ph, 341-0909" bedroom, 1° bath unfurnished | ROAD - 2 bed, 1 bath, water | 361-9404. 5069 even:

One Bedrm Apt,-fully furn. All |__| anartment;; Bamboo. ‘Town, | included,’ $650 per month.
utlities incl.’ South Beach}FOX HILL ROAD, SOUTH fenced in’ yard, security bars, =
$600.p/m ist & last + $400.;ONE = BEDROOM. . FULLY | central air condition, $675/pm, | KOOL ACRES, ‘Koo! Aid ‘Drive























































































| 2-BEDROOM APT for rent} ONE BEDROOM. APT, A/C,
Fridge, stove water, blinds] water, light fridge, and. stove







sec. ph. 324-0546. FURNISHED LIGHT AND] $500 sec. Water included,|- 2.bed, 1 bath, $650 per} included. $800/pm, ist & last, | included, 1st, last and sec d
a | WATER INCLUDED PHONE | cable. ready. 328-3250/393- | month, 1st, last and’ sec dep. | sec dep $300 req. Off Cowpen eee png 92. Sed ep
HOUSES needed for Executive | 364-3465 OR 324-2329 1126, 324-4215 evenings. Bona: cae aye: p eee one 392-5264, or

to lease. Tel 393-0868. TEL 364-8988, ee cset



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1 Spacious bedroom water, light, | 2- BEDROOM spacious | BEAUTIFUL. 2. bed, 1 bath : : ‘WESTWARD VILLAS 1 fully
Apartment. hone, cable, own entrance, no | apartment. water — - included. | duplex apt, quiet serene area Sedo te tah oma furnished, 2 bedroom 2 1/2
Off Carmichael Road. -| kids, weekly $160, just $620 to] Central A/C, security. bars,'|St'° Andrews © Beach. © Partial : y bath townhouse, ‘central A/C,

furnished, high. ceilings, pool ie fees:
creieeadiyard hea store: anid ceiling fans, private porches
beaches. $3,500. 327-2694, | and Dalcony, sec bars, walled
557-8980 “~~ Land gated, ‘laundry room,-cable

beach : rights, great=: location

Light. Water, b/bars, c/fan & | move in. Call 341-0196 security | cable ready, yard - enclosed. | furnished, . central. air,:. fridge,
stove included. deposit. Golden Isles: Rd off Carmichael |. stove, washer, dryer, water,

Telephone & Cable ready. Rd... Please... call... 325-4880 | $900 per.month sec dep. 1st &
No pets/children/smoking 2 __Bedroom/t








Bathroom :
apartment Malcolm. Road_ off between 6pm.and 9pm.. last month required: Phone Mrs

$600 p/month S/Deposit East Street South,-cable and | 2-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE. Johnson, 364-1394. CABLE BEACH. z “Fabulous near-shopping centre and bus
Pheine: 341-8829. telephone ready. Complete new | APT Silvergates Subdivision. | BEDROOM..1- BATH | C’ound Floor Ocean Front One | stops. Rent. $1,500 per month

DIVE ; , ; bed One: bath apartment::for.} or $350 ‘per week: Tel: 502-
bathroom.: $600. per:.month | $850: per mth, $500 security. | UNFUANISH. HOUSE FOR ae Neila F .
Excellent for ateacher___| water included Telephone 242:| deposit, ist and last required. |RENT ENCLOSED _ YARD| Tent. Fully equipped. Kitchen, | 3850, 393-7624, 327-5069





1,0008G FT APARTMENT | 341-0781. | Water; light, cable, winternet, [LOCATED ON THE OF | gyimg/Dinng Room, Nice Large | ONE BEDROOM,..1. BATH,
fala tert’ deve |2NEW, SPACIOUS. 2700) ning Sot Sssehntace | AREET elo A WER se Bea wh =m Lee | EPC ng

ppliances;. refrigerator, stove, ’ 2 os | _preterred. 274: 14-4422. ‘ 0 ‘ : sar | included, mth; Ast andlast
washer/dryer, central air, ceiling th, Apt: enclosed. . yard: 3 NOT and Breathtaking Ocean





: ; : SBEDHOON la” BATG LAND... _UTILTIES = ond. ceiling | See: $000. Bellot: Road. ‘Phone
fans, monitored alarm system, | Phone, cable, light ready,|2-BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH|inciupeD Hew.Central alr and, celling | 356-2109, 9-5pm or 425-3003.
automatic gate, enclosed patio furnished or unfurnished | APT, fridge;." stove; washer, MORING # 364-3465 ans. $1 E ; Ca f peer et i fale
water and cooking gas included includes stove, fridge, . A/C, | dryer,: micro, bars, central A/C, EVENING #3224123 for appointment to View. “RENTAL?
cablefelephone ready, $925 | Washer dryer. Water included | $850 per month, first, last and }______""“""_“_| (ir e-"BERGa— oceanfront | 1-Sbd/1bath hse, inclosed yard, -
per month, first, last month and | South Beach. $800. per month, | $500 sec. 341-4701 after 5pm. | BEDROOM EFFICIENCY. A/C, apartment. in immaculate| _..._ all appliances incid.
security deposit required. | S&C dep, first-and last. Contact condition. 2 bed, 2. bath, Elizabeth Betis Ph.#362-

>AEDROOM o-paTURNON | Stove, fridge: & water. incl'd,
2-BEDROOM, 2-BATHROOM s I : ,
Minimum leasing,1 year located | 924-1644 semi-furnished apartment $450/pm, ist, last and $300] modem. kitchen, suitable. for























































off Seabreeze Lane. Phone|~ 2-BED 1 BATH, TILE, AC | Twynam near beach. Feature gee pees & gated. Single | professional ~ ’ person/s | ROOM FOR RENT in the East.
364-5424. Serious inquireis FOX HILL large, spacious living area and 5569(Cel), 325-0024(hm) swimming pool in garden| Elderly, nurse, tedcher, persons
plese !| Ready December 1, $550.00 PER MONTH private. yard, very © nice, | 7" SS setting No. children, no. pets} or couple. Water, light & cable.
2006. $200.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT | Available Dec 30 Tel 324-9066. | BRAND NEW. - 2-bedroom, 1- | allowed. $2,200 per month. Tel} $425 per month>+ $250 sec.
7-BED, 1-BATH EFFICIENCY. 3640411 (5:00 - 8:00) Z-BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS bath apartment, central air, | 927-5824. Call c/o 324-5504. : i

Water and light, $120 per week,
ist two & last two weeks +
$300 sec to enter (total $740).
Golden Gates 1, Lobster /Ave.
Call 242-361-2777.

>BED_1-5ATH APT Marshall : : ter, blinds washer and dryer.
2-BED, 1-BATH APT Marshall | basieally furnished Apt, City | Wael: , i

Rd, fridge, stove, AC, burglar |$3,000 per month. First & last RO: Pere eens eraultee oy
bars, and water: included. | month, one month security IN Gladstone Road. $800 per
Available now: Tel 359-1989, | ADVANCE. Serious inquiries month, 525-8738/ 361-0229. C
454-2250, 361-3125 after 5pm. _| only. ce 327-4316 leave msg SAK : AERET ‘ Hook, & OU ISy “100: partial 5237 :
3 ia SOM LL OEn LE ATLOR DE Coie: ND NEW ARTMENT | wooden floor, partial wooden — -

a BED, eck sem | 2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Fox Hill. citycomfort_apt13@yahoo.com | Marigold Farm Road, $750: per | ceiling, wooden blinds, . semi | SEMI-FURNISHED is
furnished, water, cable, A/C,| Water and. A/C _ included. Bee month:-1st.-last-and: see de hana, central air, ceiling fan,.| EFFICIENCY. single female and
sec bars. First and last. Phone | $650/pm, ist, last & sec dep] 2-BEROOM APT Sunset Park inc. Water. central - i cable ‘ready - Internet ready, male everything included. $150
324--7376, 364-3152. required. Call 364-5598. off Carmichael, * light, _ water, washer/dryer. Tel 395-4915, or|phone. ready, fridge, stove, | weekly, $700 to move in. Avail
1-BED, 1-BATH, semi-furn, 2-BED, 1-BATH APT, light, security bars, ceiling fans, :

Ssecul 395-7687. water. 2 person-maxium, rent| Dec 10, 2006. Tel 394-5093.
stove, fan, fridge, blinds, water, cable- and horie Ine F I ———______________1 $4900 ist & last sec’ deposit | SPACIOUS - Must see. 1-bed,
Johnson Terr $500 per month | included. Golden Gates #2. No|3-BED, _ 2-BATH CONDO, | BRAND NEW APT FOR RENT | $1000. Ms. Davis, 361-2446 or 1-bath off Faith AVe. full-size

$300 sec dep, ist and last] chi semi-furnished w/ridge, stove, |", Monastery | Partk — one | 326-6348 fridge, stove, central, A/C, sec
month rent. Call 364-3691, or Se ae lpm. “$500; cep: microwave, dish : washer, bedroom water light cale. and =

i By E bar, c/fan, utility room. Tel 341-_
= PaED—GRTH—Traurc| en, deen, Sa, waa| Se? S872" #77) GAPINSE serctya wah | 766 caR0008
1-BED, 1-BATH private home. 2-BED, . 1-BATH furnished | incl..and washer & dryer avail:

‘ BOANAT NEW ORD | intercom, burglar: bars,: central ; B E ;
$650/mth. Tel 393-0868. Duplex apartment, located in | $1550/pm. Tel 422-3440. BRAND NEW APT in| air ceiling fan, cable. ready, cM EANAL Sraeie on :
TBEDROOM ABT naan | private, quiet Western District. | “BEDROOM APT - West Bay, | Monastery Park. One bedroom | phone ‘ready, internet ready,| 0 bed. 1 1/2 bath rides, stove
1-BEDROOM APT - partly| Recently renovated, central . 7? | water, light, cable and furn. fridge, stove, water. 2 person : ath, triage, fi
furnished water, A/C, enclosed| A/C, very clean. $900 per | Partly furnished, pool & tennis | included. 364-7210, 477-0190 iu children washer/dryer & water,
yard $600 month. ‘327-0172, | month Ace ret tat Seca court. $1900. month. 327-0172, SAAN WA Tete inst eee donceh Hage . $1000/mth. Tel 393-5845.

4 E , Me saat > 1341-8808; - ND NEW refrigerator, ; de . | TWO 2-BEDHOOM-APT ALG.
TSS tke 8 5 Soa, ok ecb Benen 3-BEDROOM 2-BATH Condo stove, washer and dryer $2,000 ae Davis 361-2446 oF 326- ENG 2 BEDROOM AEE NG
2-BED, 2-BATH semi -|2-BED, 1-BATH p/iurnished | new, spacious, water and A/C | 2f $900 each. Phone 465-7401. : ;
furnished house, Sir Lynden| spacious apt, quiet area.” TW ‘ } ; BRANDNEW,

CLEAN BEAUTY SALON. Hair | oqo pand $750. Available Jan 1




CARMICHEAL BREEZES - 2 seed yport 2 Bed, 21/2’ bath
bed 1 bath, enclosed yard with | Townhouse. Furnished.. Canal-
intercom, alarm system, burglar | front. Dock: $4,800. p/m. Call
bars, jacuzzi, porcelain tile on} Gavin @ Knowles Realty 327-

























































































vo -| Included, $1325, 1st and last, BRAND NEW.
Pindling Est. $750. Phone 552- | Darling Hwy.(Harrold Road -| $500 ‘sec. Bellot Road. Phone ST OUT OF THE » * | and Nail-Booths for rent $100. | 4 -0339..
1025/455-8770. West) $800/,pm “Aseereteel SEE AoE On| RPLIVOOELAT RANED oe _[a20-2240s0ra96-5478. SOE S OSS




CLIPPR ~~ TSLAND, Sine Wene.
SERIOUS INQUERIES ONLY | SANDYPORT 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath I ln Imoaded) S800 noranly
ONLY.* No other furniture ze SOC SS townhouse. $2,500/pm. Phone} $300 sec dep. Call Mrs Gibson,

: Keplines Easter ae shag peace Ne Ma pr pls: ot East] BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS, 1| 227-5472. No pets. 364-3241.
1-BEDROOM APT off Golden | Pe! month, first and last month. | St, Crooked ‘Island St, opp|BEDAM :APT, A/C, B/BARS, | COLLEGE GARDENS. 2.bed. | ——wiscuanseunnesa
anes oer nicetoeke $380 sec dep. Tel 364-3254 convenience store, quiet, clean, |] CABLE READY; TELE LINE F pat Cumann soso inne SO oven!

1 bath apartment, $650, living,| . ¢ :
nage a one $300 sec | >-BED,-BATH APT FOR enclosed yard,.2 blocks from | AVAIL: WATER INCL; | dining room, A/C,. inclu de STORAGE SPACE
lep. Call 361-4961. «

Bus Stop, nice. kitchen, front : 1200sq_ ft in. Shirlea 24-hr
RENT Sunshine. Park, $700 per| room, sec. sys., all utiitles | CAL toe aey NO. KIDS. |water, 1st, last and see dep. | security. included. Call Johnnie,

1-BEDROOM = APT, __fully| Month, central air and water :

furnished, water, cable, ceiling | included. ‘1st, last and sec,

‘ - Phone 557-0964, 556-8491, ‘or | 995-0054 day/night. -

included, light, hot/cold. water, | ———______} ag, age evenings sday/nignt.
phone, cable, TV. .$500 to} .BRAND NEWS 1-BED APT |<< """’** Sikily’: ds Nan Booth For Bont 2100 ne;

fan, seg screens, AVC, included. | $400. 882-1917, 494-0460.__| move 'in, $160 & $175 per| PARTIAL FURNISHED | CORAL HARBOUR - Very Mee ite eee be

‘outh Beach. per month, |

1st , last and $500 sec. Phone kemp between 9am and 7pm. 325-2424(D) - and dining rooms -and kitchen.

392-0786. : call 326-0669 392-3251 (E) AC; ceilin fans, water

and bar 20 corner: established
business. Call'$93-8881 ©.
1BEDROOM furnished Apt|month, first and last_ month; | APARTMENTS AND CONDOS |, BUILDING FOR RENT | otwted, cable ready. $750 per | FORRENT: a
Nissan East. $650/mth No|| $500 security dep. Phone 392- CABLE BEACH Prime location - Shirley Street] Fon ocyqn> POS rie | teneueted ott bea 1 bat
children/pets., A/C, sec bars, | 4665 (w)356-1966 after 6pm] — Starting at.$800 per month. .| Just West of Mackey Street, |“ oo'® artimient in’ aches quict’area
washing facilities. Water | 324-4923. . Call 327-8587 ask for George. 6,000 sq ft. Plenty: parking. Call DORSETTEVILLE SUB a ¥ vR a in Inutes
included. Phone 327-5472, —— | —_____________"__| for appointment, 393-2122. (PORKY’S: CORNER, 6th _| Of Yamacraw Aid. just min
—_——_—______________ | 2-BEDROOM © APARTMENT, | AVAILABLE. DECEMBER 16, }————_________ Right, 2nd Yard on Left) away. from. the beach.
1-BEDROOM furnished | Golden Gates area, water and | 2006: 2-bedroom, 1-bath, fully] CABLE © BEACH MANOR.) open BATH APT VERY | Amenities include water, fridge,
Efficiency. light, water, A/C and | light, fridge, stove, security | furnished apartment, fenced-in ;

Large, charming. oceanfront stove, a/c, security. bars: &
cable included. Call’ 364-3624. | bars. $700 per month, first and | yard, Stapledon Gardens. $950 | studio, -up, great view, $1,000, | COMFORTABLE, AIG. | wooden blinds: The apartment

SEMI-FURN 1 bed apt. Phone 364-3339.

Pinewood Gdns, light, water | 725 i: i
and cable, Inc. $S0/mth. Call See oe aeT . Fidges®
394-3989. | / 0

FURNISHED - ROOM . FOR
RENT -for a. single. bachelor




























2BEDROOM. APARTMENT | Week. Weekly only. Call Ms] . CENTRAL AIR & WATER. _| spacious 2-bed, ‘2-baths, living

Sea Breeze Lane. A/C, burglar:
bars, water included. $700 per





























a eee eter A CEILING FANS, BURGULAR]: ;
z i last $400 sec dep. Tel 361-} per month, include water, cable |.On beach, security, gardens, gt 3 is cable & phone. ready. Also
irene toon unture nett | 4014, 302-9522, E and internet. Call 323-1234 | ambience. Great location near | RY RT ABLY. cee, IIe eee included is a washroom, pantry,














& broom, closet.. 1st month &

last month’s ‘rent: plus security

: oeperon ; is- required. e Oot
850.00/m; « ecuri

SER oD) oe tass ONY | deposit’$660.00, Contact: Ms.

(Proof of Emp! t Rolle -356-5592/341-4210. To

B Wegenee get an online ‘tour please visit:

equired) www.topdatbahamas.com/apt

eleciwater on. Off Berard Rd, | AVAILABLE JAN 16, 2007 | OT am-tpm. Ask for Pauline. | supe, restaurants, Dus stop.

Call 3277785 nowl
fenced yard. Weekly $130. Tel} New efficiency, fully furnished | CABLE BEACH Townhouse, | ————_____
324-6964 eve to see. all utilities included, phone line} 1 bed, completely furnished, | 2-BEDROOM: APT, FOX HILL
2 - STOREY, 2 bedroom Town | available. $600 per month, first, | high ceilings, pool enclosed | Semi-furn. Water, A/C included
houses c/air, carpeted, washer, |'ast_ and security deposit. | yard near stores and beaches. | $700 per month. 1st and last,
dryer, 1st and last & sec. Tel | Phone 324-5482 between 5pm | $1,300. $600 sec dep. 535-4228, or
322-6219. and 9pm. Tel: 327-2694, 557-8980 | 558-7765.



$625 p/mth. ist. + last + $500
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YELLOW ELDER GARDEN, DELIVERY / SERVICE EXPERIENCED SECURITY LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER is|2 EXPERIENCED SALES] A LEADING SECURITY FIRM
1 BED APT. ~ REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS needed. ’ | urgently needed to reside in] LADY needed to work in IS SEEKING FULL-TIME
TEL 466-5636, 323-6034. : Call 393-2162. Abaco. For further information, | clothing store. Must — have SECURITY OFFICERS
z ESTABLISHED COMPANY | ——_____________________ | please contact 424-2380 or] outgoing personality, honest ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED| EXPERIENCED STYLIST | 367-6677 and reliable. Call 323-8345.

ANDIVIDUAL TO FILL THE needed for Beauty Salon. BS SS btn AMEE a ERS SA TR ati ee a EN
ABOVE ‘POSITION. DUTIES re LOOKING FOR A LADY to
INCLUDE ORGANIZING: PICK | BARBER needed for Beauty | cook Caribbean food. Tel 326-

Tired selling for a small UP.. AND. DELIVERIES. OF Salon. Call 323-1834. 4720.

Commission, sign up direct and | EQUIPMENT. MUST HAVE A|—_Y > a encep waitresses | LOOKING FOR A RELIABLE
VALID. DRIVER L EXPERIENCED Waitresses | LOOKING FOR A RELIABLE
earn up to 50%. Free sign up S) IGENCS needed for restaurant. BUS DRIVER with an updated

i i AND ABLE TO DRIVE A
Phone 325-7750. of 35672846. MANUAL SHIFT VEHICLE IN A| Fax resume to: 325-0588, or | licence. (No A/C). Contact 456-










+ Be between the ages or 18-45
years.



+ Must be well-groomed and a
good performer.















+ Must have the legal right to
work in the Bahamas
















= E80 STORE | SAFE. MANNER AND CLEAN call 325-4300. 5876, 324-5326.
GENERAL MANAGER | POLICE ne MUST Be oe: | FACTORY WORKERS needed | LOOKING FOR SOMEONE t 0 + coNo -history”_selerFeleny
Established food store requires | TO PROJECT THE to pack boxes, male or female. | grill’ jerk chicken and _pork.



aturday and Sundays. Phone.

General Manager to oversee all | PROFESSIONAL IMAGE Call. S22:8988 01-820 8078:



* Ability to read, comprehend,

















































5 —_____________} 326-4720.

aspects of the store as well as} THAT THE COMPANY. feorng hin wetrae a Vinsattc ae Sane Stel uh and perform. written orders,
expand the business. Applicant |] MAINTAINES AND ALSO BE GENERATOR TES MATURE FEMALE needed for understands policies,
will require the following:- ABLE TO... ARTICULATE : January, 2007 to work in. : procedures, and instructions.

- An extensive history’in the HIMSELF. EXCELLENT | SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE | housekeeping department_ at

retail food distribution business | SALARY+ BENEFITS | MUST HAVE 3=5 YEARS OF | Small Christian school. Only + Must have a High School
+ An extensive knowledge of AVAILABLE. EXPERIENCE’ WITH. THE] Christian applicants possessing Diploma or equivalent.
Gourmet Foods PREVENTATIVE pleasant people skills and

» At least 20 years experience |PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO} MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR | experience in general cleaning : * Positive attitude, great people
in the industry lawnboy @batelnet.bs OF GAS & DIESEL STANDBY | 2nd housekeeping willbe BUDDY RAY skills, and career oriented.
- Demonstrated management GENERATORS. CANDIDATE | Considered. Two _ recent Looking for a native show band Ability to perform as a team
skilis and ability to train, drive DRIVER REQUIRED MUST BE ABLE TO MANAGE | feferences required. Call 322-|~ Steel drums fire dancer, | players and act independently.




limbo, calypso songs,

4271 for-further information.
: junkanoo, rank and scrape, and

NAIL TECH needed ito rent

and motivate the work force é rel
+ Willing to. work long. hours as | ESTABLISHED COMPANY ee MUST HAVE A



+ Be able to pass a background












necess: ! d it} USA - island music. If.| do} ; inati
1 Discers exesilent eorRUni: SE an eee cae VALID DRIVERS LICENCE] Booth in a professional nail rock and roll original it_is mix investigation and. drug
cation skills ABOVE. POISTION. DUTIES BD peste UUEHICLEIN A salon. High traffic area. 392-|with island lyrics love songs SCLBE rng:
. See commuters skills INGEUDE, ORGANIZING BE) SAFE MANNER AND CLEAN mace See es vit ilar eee . Must Be viling ono nights,
_|RENTAL ITEMS, DRIVING ALESGKLLENT SALARY AND Nelle eee ers and | ies. We are good fora variety! verime = =
Submit written applicaion, to} MANUAL SHIFT TRUCK IN _A| GPPORTUNITY FOR ~Beauticians of muse with island lyric. Hotels
the following acres SAFE MANNER.: CANDIDATE] FURTHER TRAINING AND Call: 425-5497 like Atlantis, Breezer, Nassau, | interested persons can contact
OX MUST BE ABLE TO PROJECT | ADVANCEMENT. & BENEFITS|yg-cqcq ~~. | Lyford Cay Club and Out me 325-6170/4 between the hours
Nassau, Bahamas. _ |THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE AVAILABLE. + A $1,000.00|Needed = urgently nails] YO" AY of 9am-5pm , Mon-Fri.

THAT THE COMPANY | SIGN ON BONUS AFTER SIX | technician, Barbers and Contact USA











LOOKING FOR A : oa : : na Island Music. | ADMINISTRATOR needed for

NEW CHALLENGE MAINTAINS. MELING | LOT MONTHS FOR. THE RIGHT Beauticians "at Aan: eS Asus Bahamas. Phone 322-3378. non-profit organization. Seeking
WORK ON WEEKENDS AND} CANDIDATE Beauty Salon Phone: 425-5497

New jewelry store’ looking for HOLIDAYS. IS. A. MUST. Nassau, Street : a hardworking, organized,

Sales Associates - PEXCELLENT SALARY+1| PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO : : CACIQUE INTERNATIONAL | honest person, with a desire to



= ONE HANDYMAWN LABOUR-}| - COMPANY LTD. help. others. Counseling § skilis
lawnboy @batelnet.bs ER. Salary $175 per week. with over 9 years of outstanding | helpful. Fax resume @
GROWING COMPANY is ONE ~CARPENTER needed. | service in destination | 328-7824.

seeking to employ an Office Sale $350 pet week. management and event Affliates Needed.
Assistant. The candidate al 557074 1: planning is seeking to employ} jqict have internet access.
PASTRY R US - looking for | Should possess/be PART TIME EMPLOYMENT | Persons for the following part $500 paid weekiy.
persons to work in Sales.|*_Previous experience in an| Person needed: to pick up 8 dime positions: 4 EASY business!
Salary $150 per week. 3-hrs} Office required years old boy from school and } “/\ c oe ene . Just Follow simple instructions.
per day, 6 days per week. |°, Dependable, organized, | assist with homework and after | “-'N@ LOOKS | www.my.ws/Lrodgers
Contact Department of Labour | discreet, enthusiastic and | school activities. Must have -Waiters/Waitresses

Please send resume (with | BENEFITS AVAILABLE.

photo): Apply. PO Box AP
59205, Nassau. Slot 3380. PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @bateinet.bs

KEY BOARD PLAYER needed

for Church. Tel 361-1478, or
322-3378. -

LIVE-IN MAID: needed Must
have driver's licence preferably.
own a car. To also care for 12



































































year old child. Call 423-7754. ~ ; experienced administrative | own transportation and. willing | “Bartenders ' |AGENCY seeks to empioy
BOSS is seeking candidates to Boe eee! Fa See tbe Ot professional : : to be flexibie. even Assistants M persons with the following basic
fill Managerial and. . Sales : : * Technological literate incl. | Hours are but not limited to: ; Seton anagement} requirements. Must possess
positions immediately. ESTABLISHED COMPANY | Microsoft. Word, Excel and] 3 days per week, 3pm-7pm. it ssistants |good — organizational = and
Applicants must be intelligent| seeks © an. experienced Quick Books, E-mail programs} 2 nights per-week, 4pm- you are in the hospitality | communication skills and must
and upbeat. Attractive salaries refrigeration and airccandition |: Good. organizational skills &|11:30pm. industry or want to be in the] know how ito operate Microscit




meticulous record keeping Salary $140 per. week. service industry and have if| Office applications, especially
and benefits available. Send) repair technician with 81 "” Good interpersonal and | Call 544-7084 anytime, or 456-- you possess a__ pleasant] Excel. Must be high school













resumes to: PO. Box SS-6922 | minimum of . five years

i : customer service skills. 8125 after 6pm. personality, hardworking with a] graduate having —_ passed
or fax 394-0328, ; experience. Contact 357-7399. | ""E cellent. oral and written| Reference, police record &|& clean police record, and is a) BGCSE English and Math
BUSSY NAIL SALON needs EXPERIENCED: communication skills medical are required. Pees we are looking for ane finished sour core:
Nail Tech. Must. be| BAR WAITER/WAITRESS |: Self starter who can. work | —Saappacy TECH needed ed! enc resum ‘Attn:
foesional: Conmmnisa i indedendenthi <2 & follow | _PHARMACY TECH needed. | Excellent compensation and| Management, PO" Box EE-
392-4302, . peice AND ILGHEN STARE recta y Tel 394-3794, 326-6138, 425- | excellent opportunities exist for} 16319, Nassau, NP, Bahamas




to serve in high end downtown
restaurant. Both part time and













Please e-mail. resume © to: 1790 ask for Tika. you at. Cacique International.
office _asst_job@yahoo.com SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC Resumes can be faxed to 242-

or fax to 394-5195

















CABINET BUILDER needed.







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full. time needed. Applicants AN ESTABLISHED MEDICAL

Bite aaron: Cal Seana rut ave the’ following | Feavy MARINE & NEEDED ee a waSUTBS to: | FACILITY is looking to recruit
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DATABASE ADMIN/BUILDER Labourers. Please ‘ax ‘esume | ‘ TE MENT SUneoe | ee a |"? oO Box Na296
ari time (SQL) 3 years min. g : = : CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ox N4

Call 328-0998. or e-mail CV 2 References one fror MINIMUM 2 YEARS should ; Bai :

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SALES ASSICIATE
REQUIRED -

SUCCESSFUL

CANDIDATE SHOULD HAVE 3

5. YEARS IN A
SUPERVISORY
MANAGERIAL POSITION
WITH EXPERIENCE IN
RETAIL SALES, COMPUTER
LITERATE, HONEST AND
DEPENDABLE. EXCELLENT
COMMUNICATION SKILLS,
ABLE TO WORK UNDER
MINIMAL SUPERVISION,
ABLE TO MANAGE TIME TO
ACHIEVE GOALS.
COMPUTER LITERATE.
SALARY BASED ON
QUALIFICATIONS.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
FOR ADVANCEMENT.
PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @ bateinet.bs

SUPERVISOR needed with
experience. Phone 322-6219.

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 Selay
& commission. Fax resume
323-0231

SECRETARY needed, must be
able to type 60 wpm, have own
car. Call 323-0998, or 380-8188

WANTED HANDYMAN with a
valid driver license Please
contact 328-071 1/357-7399.

_ WHOLESALE & RETAIL
EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTOR
SEEKS





ASSISTANT STORE
MANAGER
+ ASSIST IN THE OVERALL
OPERATIONS OF THE
COMPANY

+ MUST HAVE 3 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN
MANAGEMENT OR
SUPERVISORY ROLE OR
ASSOCIATES /
BACHELORS DEGREE

+ TEAM PLAYER

+ ABILITY TO
PROBLEMS

+ MUST BE ARTICULATE,
DYNAMIC AND MOTIVATED

TIME MANAGEMENT AND

SOLVE

MULTI TASKING SKILLS
NECESSARY
* COMPUTER LITERATE

(EXCELL, WORD, POWER
POINT)

* EXCELLENT SALARY,
BENEFITS AND
ADVANCEMENT

POSSIBILITIES +
$1,000.00: SIGN ON BONUS
AFTER SIX MONTHS FOR
THE RIGHT CANDIDATE

PLEASE’ EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy@batelnet.bs ALL
INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT
CONFIDENTIAL.
lawnboy @batelnet.bs









WANTED
My Atlantis Photo -
Photography -bases ‘business a
new site at the beautiful Atlantis
Resort!! We are looking for an
energetic, outstanding and
dynamic individual to become a
art of our brand new team as
SHIFT MANAGER. Customer
Service/Sales experience, on
the job training competitive
weekly pay. Applicant should
have a pleasant personality,
honest, reliable and
dependable. Available to work
night and. day. Apply at the
Leeco Building, Thompson
Boulevard, 322-1566/322-2288.

SECRETARY/TYPIST
Professional Office has an
















immediate. opening for a
Secretary/Typist.. The ideal
candidate must possess

exceptional telephone etiquette,
good attitude, ability to work
independently or as. team; with
a minimum type writing skills of
50 wpm; and about three year
office experience w/excellent
communications and computer
skills; and be proficient in use
of Windows XP or 2000
environment; particularly
w/software such as M.S. Word,
Excel and-Quickbooks.

Bahamians and/or any
Nationality are invited to apply.
Please fax resume to 394-

58, or
llehteb@coralwave.com.

TRUCK TYRE REPAIR MAN,
EXPERIENCE __ ESSENTIAL,
OWN TRANSPORT, GOOD
BENEFITS AFTER
PROBATION PERIOD,
PLEASE APPLY BAHAMAS
WASTE. 361-6841.

e-mail:





F & Ss BLINDS REPAIRS,
BLINDS SHADES & DRAPES
TEL 394-4069, 565-3159
SALES AND INSTALLATION

BEES

Get RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price. 393-3939

+ Six week body makeover

+ Power 90 in-home boot camp

+ Get flat abs/slim waistline

+ Convert home videos &

camcorder tapes to DVD

+ Gifts & Home Decor catalogs
Phone 326-1606 or visit
www. cigiftcenter.com

DO YOU NEED a musician for
your wedding, funeral, or
church services? Do you want
to learn how to play the piano?
Call me, 356-4500, 328-1694,
324-7440, or 465-4461.

FLYING TO MIAMI and
you don't know how to find
shopping hot spots
I'll take you there.

Why waste time & money with
a taxi? When you can have
your own car & driver.
houseofmystic@hotmail.com.
326-4829.



































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ARE YOU

“Unable. to travel to the us
every month to pay your bills?

*Tired fo paying your US bills
late?:

*Acquiring late fees?

«Tired of losing your pre- paid
phone number?

-Want to send money to family
or friends in the US?

*Need to place an order with an
US merchant?

.eNeed a package to be picked
up and taken to:a shipping
company?

*Need to pay a doctors bill?

*Metro US Bill-Pay has the
solution for you.

*Metro US Billl-Pay will pay any
of your US bills

Accounts such as:

JC Penny’s, Sears, Discover,
any Credit Cards, Talbots, New
York & Co:, Macy's Victoria
Secret, Home Depot,





BrandsMart, Pre-Paid Phones,

T-Mobile, Cingular,
much morel!!
Let us pay your next bill!!!

And so













For payment information and/or
payment arrangements visit our
office on 6th Street, between
Paim Tree Ave and Coconut
Grove :
Call: 786-208-1036, or
242-565-7878, Tezel Anderson
E-mail us at:
Metrousbillpay @ bellsouth.net

FOR ALL YOUR VIEWSAT,
PANSAT - SATELLITE.

Installation and progamming’

18”, 30” Satellite Dishes
available. Phone 324-5467, or
636-3916.

SEASON'S GREETINGS










VISIONS OF BEAUTY
Is your hair natural and you’re
not sure what to do?
Call Tammy, 328-1906
Visions of Beauty,
Mt Royal Plaza
‘Twist-Locks:Treatments,
*Facial/Leg Waxing.

NEED YOUR Gas or Electric
Stove fix at a reasonable cost
before the Christmas, Call me
at 565-6252, or 636-8307.

NEED A DJ? Save money on
parties events & functions.
Wide selection of music. .
Free hour of songs:
houseofmysic@hotmail.com.
326-4829

O'RILEYS JAMAICAN
RUM CREAM
www.islandgourmet.org

All relevant duties already
included in price.









HAVE YOU ALWAYS
Wanted to fly an airplane?
Well now that dream can

become a reality.
Obtain you FAA Pilot’s License
right here in the Bahamas.





ering imulation
Flight Training
Ground classes
Begin Jan 8th
Space i is limited to 14 students
for the ground school.
Register: now to ensure

your seat.
Call 357-7346 (cl), 393-
8169(hm)
for further details.

XTREAM CLEANING
_ SERVICES
+Daily Janitorial/ cleaning
Carpet cleaning
‘Tile & grout cleaning
Residential/Commercial.
‘Tel:341-6633/324-7665,
436-6399.

EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE,
HARDWORKING YOUNG
LADY willing to work, seeking
job as live-in maid to:look after
kids or elderly persons.
Interested persons can contagt
341-5067(hm).

FEMALE









seeks "female
roommate to share -. two
bedroom 1-bath apartment,
$440/pm. Tel 341-8981

HIGHLY SKILLED AND WELL
motivated interior decorator.
Specializing in ceiling designs,
Spanish, Spanish with -sand
finish;_

Also can do wails. Iceland, half
cut moon. :

At a very affordable price.

| Call 394-8275, between 6pm-

10pm, or 394-1942 ask for
Terry.

LADY SEEKING FOR LIVE-IN
JOB ON WEEKEND.
TEL 364-1907.

MATURE LADY seeking job
care for the elderly/baby sittting
days. weekly job. Call. Mrs
Cargill, 565-8894.

LADY seeks weekly job as
housekeeper/maid. ALSO
WILLING) TO DAY WORK
FROM MONDAY-SATURDAYS
CALL 394-8605/426-3958.

MATURE LADY needed to sell
gift items from a tent location.
Must .be honest, reliable and
strong sales person. Call 323-
3345

MATURE LADY seek days
work from Monday-Saturday.
Also willing to do weekly job as
a babysitter,
maid/housekeeper.

Call 324-5210.



394-5608.

38-YEAR. OLD. LADY seek
baby sitter job. Call Ms Smith











‘| 322-8340,





























THE TRIBUNE










CASINO & BARTENDERING
CLAS!

2 LADY is looking for job. Call SES



Register now for January -

Classes.
Tel: 324-231 1/ 324-9373 /

@ 525-8033. 456-1273

A mature, honest, LEARN TO FLY
diligent and reliable Christian} -Register NOW for Feb, 2007
lady looking for days or weekly Classes

work to do house keeping,

Tel:

office cleaning, baby sitting, 535-2480, 535-2484



elderly caring, etc. Call 426-

7930 :

CHRISTIAN. LADY seeking job ta
as .a_ live-in/live-out. Maid. PATIO SALE
Contact 341-4477. : SAT, DEC 2, 2006
ENERGETIC FEMALE seeks SAM-19AM,




Holy Cross Church, Highbury
Park, household items, women
plus sizes children's clothing
and furniture.

PATIO SALE
SATURDAY 16 DEC , 2006
B-11AM

position in Customer Service
field or Reception work. 6+
years in customer service field
and customer complaints in a
supervisory position . computer
literate and knowledge of point
of sale system. 323-6942/456-
0832. -

MATURE: YOUNG LADY with
great experience in sales and
marketing looking to work as
Marketing Director or Sales
Manager. Please call Sharen @


















Turn left at Sun Fun Resort,
West- Bay Street. Take first
right, go straight to end. Multi-
coloured Townhouse complex
on left. Unit #1 at Sunset View
Villas.





PATIO SALE
Saturday, December 16, 2006
@ 6am-12pm, Johnstone Ave,

Stapledon Gardens.
Contact 328-8767.

MATURE, HONEST, § diligent
and reliable lady wants days or |
weekly work in-house keeping,
Office cleaning, baby . sitting,
etc. Call 426-7930.

DAWKINS SECURITY GUARD }|
j FOR HIRE.
454-7304





FRUIT CAKES FOR SALE.



LADY. seeks days. work on Please call 324-2895, or
Tuesdays, Thursdays and 424-2315.





Saturdays. Includes cooking,
cleaning & washing. From
10:30-5:30pm on Saturdays
10am-5pm. Can be
recommended. by _ previous
employer. Call 394-8605, or
426-398. :

LADY seeks days. work on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays. Includes cooking,
cleaning, washing and ironing.
10:30 -5;30pm; Saturdays
10am-5pm. Can be
recommended - by _ previous
employer.’ Call 394-8605, ‘or
426-3958.

LADY seeks days work to do
ironing and light house. work.
Mondays - Fridays. Call 328-
4065 ask for Naomi.

LADY seeks job as baby sitter,
maid or housekeeper. Call 425-
0033 ask for Rosemary






FOR SALE -
STARTING @ $30.
FOR DELIVERY, 361-4175.

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF
“|. THE EPIPHANY on
Prince Charles Drive will hold a
Patio Sale on the-Church
grounds on Sat, Dec 16,
beginning at 6am.
A variety of items will be on
sale. ;






















FOR SALE
White Wedding Dress size 14



400
Tel 361-4200 after 5pm.

FOR SALE
king Bed; complete $499
Side drawers $80 each
Computer desk
drawers $200
2 mirror drawers $200 ea
TV centre w/built in drawers
$200
Centre Table $200
2 side talel $100 ea
4-pce dinette Set $599
Artificial trees and plans $10
andup
Baskets $5 ea
Geiling fans $25 ea

Tel 364-7651

DINING ROOM SET

Brand new, elegant,
Mahogany.
Including China Closet
$4,500.00

Call 324-7141







w/built-in












LADY seeks position as_live-
infive-out Maid or baby sitter.
Tel 341-2040.

LADY seeks weekly job as
housekeepers/Maid to take
care of the elderly. Contact
341-4477

MATURE LADY seek days
work from Monday-Saturday
also willing to do weekly job as
a baby sitter,
maid/housekeeper. Call 324-

MATURE LADY with driver's’
licence and a her owner car
Phone 393-2667, 434-2756.





THE TRIBUNE






Be 2

FOR SALE FULL BEDROOM SET.
Hardwood jbl. 4 chairs $400 j
Queen Bed $250 WHITE WICKER BED.







3 outdoor decorating ligth $150 HEAD,FRAME, DRESSER
each AND MIRROR, NIGHTSTAND,
2 seater sofa $200 AND TOY BOX $500’ -
Jeffrey 426-6838 . Pe
FOR SALE Contact — 362-

HP Personal Digital Organizers 22 \8(evening nor 24e4(cell)








$220 Tn TRAE
-Laptop Wireless Card $59 GAS STOVE 4-burner, $200.
Portable 2.5" 30GB Hard Drive | Phone 394-1847.
150 Honey Oak Wood’ Queen bed
P| ke neneeso 4, 0 almost brand new $499
‘| Honey oak wood amoire $499
Used IBM Computer, CPU Only} “Honey ak wood night stand
202. Call 393-888

King Size Head Board (Bed) ce Se Cal ORL
$50 ISUZU SINGLE PHASE 15KW

Call 424-3437. 240/120 Volts 66 Amps, $500.



FOR SALE Call Rod, 456-6509.

PAIR: OF WHITE WICKER ~ {TEM FOR SALE
TWIN HEADBOARDS $150 BRAND NEW
WOODEN. WINE _ RACK, | MOTOROLA V300 CAMERA
HOLDS SIXTY. BOTTLES $30. | PHONE .
PHONE 393-3346 : ONLY $140. 00
FOR SALE Gall;a56-5151
Piano, baby car seat, exercise] “ITEM FOR SALE

bike and other misc items. Call] Used appliance & equipmen
322-4271/383-2116 for further PP line new: seals

info. Apt size refrigerator $175.

: FOR S ALE Household Boles $250-
Power Juicer $175 S
Tome & sot $125 catalogs $10 TEL 636-8307.
ntique set $125
DVD movies $3:ea ITEMS FOR SALE








_Tel 326-1606 Tony Littie's- Gazelle Freestyle
FOR SALE. Elite Exercising — Machine-
- Side by. Side White. Plidodare $400.00- nego.

Fridge/Freezer. with: ice
water current model feed cond | Body By Jake- Ab Soo

6 yrs old $495.00° $350.00- nego.

Whirlpool White Gas nines Lepoard Medium pape
electronic controls, and with | $7 BOG: :









accubake and auto clean good
Condition 6 years old $450.00 Large. Black & Tan “Shaggy

Rug- $ 50.0

_ Maytag Quiet Series 100].
Dishwasher, 2 years old, needs | Queen Bed w/ matching mirror
mechanics repair,-rest. as new | and dresser- $650.00- nego.

. $100.

$100: 2 ‘ Please. : ~ call 364-1351 for
Whirlpool over . the range | further information.
microwaveffan extractor good ao" Ee TEMS FOR SALE
condition $100.00» 130" Elec Stove $350.

Hunter Ceiling Fans with long parnly age etiger ele § eee

stem, quiet motors: only used 2
years, 4 available $30.00 each Call Sereoee: 2
‘ ITEMS FOR SALE °

or $100 for all 4. : ;
ee Duty vacuum cleaner
0













Oak dresser, eel with stool, . :
piece’ mirror and: built: 179sq.in Carpet Wwiesading $70
jewellery holders $55. 00. : Assorted Xmas Tree ~
Ornaments $20
White Bar stools with fioral | Child's Crib $80 .
cushion sets sturdy won't rust} Phone seo ol On or oor 5708
or dent $40.00 each 8 | svelte after 6pm. =
~ ITEMS FOR SALE
Love Beach area Call 327-2775 King size bed (2) $300 ea
-FORSALE bee Aes ea
i stan
mie parole floor meet 49” TV. like new $150
New Copeland refrigeration Shelves Q) $40 ea
compressor $100 Apt size Stove $300
File Drawer on wiheals $20 Apt size Refrigerator $150

a zy 18cu ft Refrigerator $400
Tel 294-6369, or 393-5259. 30” Stove $100

: 5 9,000 BTU wall AC $1 00 ‘
14, 000 BTU wall A/C. $300
X MAS TREES Large Microwave, $100
‘ Good Quality/Prices TEL: 424-7039 / 302-4880
East St South Near Calvary

: Deliverance Church
Phone 392-1914/ 328-7200














Viewsat Ultra programmed
$325,00. Phone 322-8652:




22kt Grills $500






ermanent make-up
Eye brows $200

Lip lining $200

ongue Piercing $60
aval Piercing $60
Eye row $60
18kt Grills $500

old Teeth caps $200
attoo $75. :
_ Tel. 394-8144

TEMS FOR SALE.

Sewng Machine $50

Slide Projector $30

Vivitar Slid barrrel

Flash $30

Lady dazey Hair dryer $30

Dr Scholl foot soak $40
Motorola C200 w/changer $1 9

Tel 322-8340

LAPTOP COMPUTER,




-COMPAQ M700 20 GB,
CD/DVD, WIN XP PRO,
TV_OUT. Only $500.
FREE COLOUR PRINTER
Call 328-1455.



LARGE CAPACITY
ELEC DRYER, ESTATE BY
WHIRPOOL BRAND NEW IN
THE BOX $500. PHONE 361-
~ 7100, OR 425-6558:



LIKE NEW
Stack Washer & Dryer Machine
$500 oe

30 gal Water Heater $130
Tel 326-0993.

PAYLESS TODAY TO SNDAY
Computer complete. with
printer/Window. XP $375
Computer Motor $75

New 40 gal elec water heater
$325 .

Bedroom:set $475
Bureau.9 drawers $225

| Bureau 6 drawers $175
-| Chest 5 drawers $150
Gas Dryer new $499
Whirl pool washer 4299
Elec.dryer. $229

Washer dryer Stack $499
Cable TV all size $99 -













Mattress King set $325

Mattress Queen set $250
Full mattress set $200 .
Single mattress set $150
Sofa bed W\Queen $350
1 Nodic Track elec Exercise $299
Proform elec tread mill $250-
Manual Tread Mill $175
Exercise Bike $99
Elec Wheel chair @\ $250
Apt Fridge Fridge $299
Family ridge $299
Family Stove $299
New Stair master elec $499
30 ins elec stove $325...











Tel 362-6040 —

PHILADELPHIA - SIDE WALK

SALE Sat, Dec 9th, 7:30am-
3pm. Carmichael Rd west of
. Carmichael Primary School.
Men's/ladies' suits, clothing,
shoes, houseware, etc.

FRIDGE $250

STOVE $250
MICROWAVE $250 .

TEL 426-0128

ONE BUNK BED in good cond.

with 1 mattress to the top for
$100,
Call 326-7220 or 455-4694.
~~

































$1 ,200, Now $500 (must see) call 565 1668 or 323 2153



THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 43










FOR SALE 18” SAMSUNG TV $40.

RE-LOCATION SALE
Brand new ViewSat PanSat| Call 394-1148 before 3pm.

wood you closet $475



















































































5 piece dining set $450 Satellite Receiver $325 Se.
Area rugs $70 ea 18” Dish $85 2 Senne STANDS
Solid wood Coffee tale $70 | 30” Satellite (holds 100 glasses eac
End table $65 Dish $175 2 BUBBLE GUM MACHINES
30" GE Gas Stove $475 LNB and Cable inclued, ee $450
lueen siz Box Spring mattress | Phone 324- , OF 636-3916.
andtrams $300, eee | 5ft WINDOW AWNINGS WITH
Sheers $25 each FOR SALE CANVAS $450
Other miscellaneous items all paeh Redicte eee TEL 361-5935
items are less than one year 9 BEAUTIFUL WHITE
old Jack liantiigs 980 WEDDING DRESS. Only $400
Call 361-1857, or 559-8598. | 10 ingancescory bags) ce 1244e FOr” more
information call 361-6341, or
TV mounted stands $20es
544-3874 ask for Karen.
REAL WOOD BUNK, BED || ,ystands $2009 eee
lots of storage with a desk and Side Table $50 naive gd Chair slip
ogee as 0. Wooden desk w/drawers $200 | Mattress Pads $15
4-pc Dinette and china $499 Throw pillows $6
RUMMAGE SALE eee opie ‘awer $75 ea Snokoing Gear top brand, like
Ww r set
Luthern Church of Nassau, | Center table $60 Candies other small
#119 JFK Drive, | +‘ | 2. end tables $200 household appliances &
Sat, Dec 16, beginning 7am. | End table $80 “decorative items $4-$10
: Shelfing $80 Wall pictures $5-$35
STRONG WOODEN 3 in 1| Atif. plants $10 up Ladies Purses $15
baby crib for sale including Mitr $75 Phone 393-6724
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mattress just like new still in stove, washer and dryer $2,000
plastic coverting "crib. hardly FOR SALE or $500 each. Phone 465-7401,
slept .in.. Asking price $250.]| CELLULAR PHONE $75
Contact number 456-0832. See Plone FOR SALE
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2 Single Beds $500 Gun FOR SALE
Nanity $100 B 7 ona ween pola oe hapee
Chest of Drawers $100 3 : aamboo 5-pc Lounge Chairs
| Gas Stove $100 Toate Ot 8748. leave table set - all $350
Gas Bottle, (100-Ib cyl) $1 25 or $80 each
Microwave $50 FOR SALE . Viewsat Platinum, fully
Pressure Cooker $40 Deal of a life time Refrigerator | programmed, $300.
BBQ Grill $40 = $400 Call 322-6221.

Mr Juice $40 Like new Stove $350

Food Processor $40 Microwave $50

Blender $20 Must see to appreciate Contact
Fag Beater ey i. : 242-325-8034-day, 361-7573
ice Cooker $9 evenings. WANTS TO BUY
Rice Box $90. ——*FOR SALE Home Organ



Tape, CD. & Radio $40

i ‘| Decorative cake topper for} Two manuals. Half or full pedal
DVD & Video Player $60 : uals. Half or full pedal
Vacuum Geakar seo” wedding cakes ,| board. Expression — pedal.
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at $2.50 each Please call:395-7764.

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On used Architectural Table, FOR SALE

very... good condition Was} FRONT.ROOM'SET $400.

$1,000 Now $400. BEDROOM SET $400 -

Brand nee ey ‘system STOVE $450 . 3

wi cor FRIDGE $400 S\

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Guitar $ By brens Trinipet C LASSI a E D

$200

FOR SALE & Electronic Organ $250
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SANDYPORT Canal lot 55’ on the water, 7,188'sq. ft. $425K Lyrorp Cay Residential lot, $399K
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Love BEacH Three multi-family lots, (incl. one beachfront lot) special package price. $1,800,000.
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paternity action.

AMERICAN photographer
Larry Birkhead has begun his
paternity action against Anna
Nicole Smith in the Bahamas
Supreme Court.

He is suing the former reality
show star for alleged conspiracy,
libel, slander and fraudulent
misrepresentation as part of his
bid to assert his claim that he is
father of her three-month-old
daughter.

Mr Birkhead was also set to
attend a Californian court with
his lawyer Debra Opri yester-
day for a ruling on a paternity
test. He claims Ms Smith and
her daughter fall under Cali-
fornian jurisdiction and wants
a DNA test to prove he is the
father.

‘Notice of the Bahamas action

name, Vicki Lynn Marshall,
with her lawyer-lover Howard
K Stern and the Registrar Gen-
eral of the Bahamas.

Damages claims have been
lodged against her and Mr Stern
alleging conspiracy in making a
joint request to the Registrar
General for Mr Stern to be list-
ed as father of Dannie Lynn
Hope, who was born at Doc-
tors Hospital on September 7.

Mr Birkhead also alleges libel
and slander in documents
signed-by Ms Smith-and-Mr
Stern claiming he is not:the
father.

in addition, -Mr Birkhead ‘is
seeking damages for alleged
fraudulent misrepresentation in
statements to the Registrar
General claiming: Mr Stern is

was filed by the law firm Alex- —_ the father.

iou Knowles and Company. The action against all three
Anna Nicole Smith is listed as.a

defendant under her other SEE page nine

Gibson: some ‘fast-tracked’
under FNM ended up in jail

i By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

SOME of the persons whose permanent residence applications were
“fast tracked” by the FNM ended up in jail because of the lack of due
diligence by the former government, Immigration Minister Shane
Gibson told the House of Assembly.

Mr Gibson made the statement after being asked a question about
ihe fast tracking of Anna Nichole Smith’s (Vicky Lynn Marshall) res-
idency, by North Eleuthera MP Alvin Smith.

“The previous minister of immigration Earl Deveaux said that this
was unprecedented that we had thousands of persons who qualified for
petmanent residence. What he tried to do is confuse permanent resi-
dents of spouses of Bahamians and economic permanent residents.
Vicky, Lyn Marshal got economic permanent residency. She got it in

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li GOVERNOR General A D Hanna aad his wife Beryl I Hanna look on as s the Roy-
al Bahamas Defence Force Band at’ a Christmas netection a seatentity at thie Sandilands

Rehabilitation Centre.

‘Lawsuit alleges
assault, false
imprisonment by
_ police officers
A LAWSUIT against two .

police officers has been filed in

Supreme Court over allega-
tions of assault and false
imprisonment of a young man
who was charged with murder .
earlier this year.

The lawsuit filed on Mon-
day, December 4, lists Stephen
Burrows Jr as the plaintiff and
police Constables 828 Dion
Ranger and 146 Foster Rolle
as the first and second defen-
dants.

Burrows Jr.was charged in
late August with the murder of
Veronica Smith whose body.
was found floating in a garbage
container in a mangrove
swamp near Adelaide i in late
August.

The Commissioner of Police
and the Attorney General are
named as the third and fourth
defendants in the lawsuit. The
plaintiff is represented by the
ee of McKinney, Turner and

oO.

The plaintiff’s claim is seek-
ing relief and compensation for
assault and false imprisonment
between December 1 and 3,
2005.

~ Roberts and
Symonette_
clash in House

@ By RUPERT MISSICK Jr.
Chief Reporter ‘

A HEATED exchange erupt
ed in the House of Assembly

yesterday between Bain and:

Grants Town ‘MP Bradley
Roberts and Montagu MP Brent
Symonette amidst. accusations



by South Andros MP Whitney

Bastian that chemicals used to
fumigate a primary school in his
constituency had made 40 stu-

dents ill and: that Mr Roberts.

had directed his ministry to
increase a construction contract
by $5,000.

Mr Bastian asked for the
name of the contractor who was
to fumigate the Deep Creek Pri-
mary School, :

The MP said that more than
40 students became sick shortly
after the school was fumigated
and are still at home.

He said that the school is

closed and the students have to: }

attend the old High School in
Kemps Bay.

The prime minister, who was
answering questions for the Min-

: ister of Health, said he was

SEE page 11

jacket
-explained.

Photo: Tim oe

ear: attack prompts” :
~ teachers’ call for

strict safety measures 3

By KRYSTEL ROLLE
ANEAR attack on an admin-

“.istrator at a junior high school,
has left teachers calling for the. .

enforcement of more strict safe-

"ty, measures.

Teachers at A F “Adderley
were concerned about their well
being yesterday morning, after a
parent reportedly came on cam-
pus and verbally assaulted a
junior administrator. One
teacher said the verbal abuse
escalated to the point where the
official was almost attacked.

“Tf the woman’s child did not
restrain her, we do not know
what would have happened,”
the teacher said.

According to Indiana Thomp-
son, science instructor, the junior
administrator was in possession
of an article of clothing which
was confiscated from a student
who had worn it several times

in violation of the school’s dress

code.

“The parent of that child
came on campus to retrieve that
or sweater,” she
“It was not an

SEE page 11





: Contractor says
_ being related to
minister had no

oe on contracts

@ By PAUL G TURNQUEST
, Tribune Staff Reporter

A COUSIN of former minis-
ter of housing Shane Gibson said
that being related to the minister
had nothing to do with him being
granted contracts to build low
cost homes throughout New
Providence. |

Admitting that he has heard
reports of corruption in the min-
istry since he started working with

them in 2001, the contractor, who
wished not to be identified, told

_ The Tribune he suspected that he
é was ‘not. approached to pay any

SEE page 11

Operating
costs at Water
and Sewerage
rise by $10m

m@ By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

OPERATING costs at the
Water and Sewerage Corporation

haye increased by almost $10 mil-

lion inthe ‘last fiscal year, while
the-corporation’s revenue intake
only experienced an overall mod-

~ est growth, Speaking in the

House. of Assembly yesterday
morning, Works Minister Bradley
Roberts said that the Corpora-

tion made just $2.3 million more .

in 2005: than it did the previous

SEE page 10.

RBDF Commodore
makes statement
on public remarks

THE new commodore of the
Defence Force Clifford Scavel-
la has issued a statement clari-
fying his reference to the “bad
apples” that exist within his
organisation.

On December 6, The Tribune
printed that the commodore
said that 25 per cent of his offi-
cers are corrupt during his
appearance the day before on
the Love 97 show Issues of the
Day.

However, his statement
pointed that he never used the
word “corrupt” to describe that

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In brief —

Man injures
ankle while
trying to flee

from police

A MAN is in hospital after
injuring himself on Tuesday in
what the police claim was an
attempt to evade arrest.

According to police press liai-
son officer Walter Evans,
around Spm on Tuesday, offi-
cers from the police mobile divi-
sion were on patrol in the area
of Cordeaux Avenue and Key
West Street when they spotted a
man they believed to be acting
in a suspicious manner.

Inspe¢tor Evans said that
when the man saw the police,
he ran and hid behind a build- -
in

The man pulled an object
from his waist and pointed it at
the police, Mr Evans said.

He said the officers drew
their weapons and shots were
fired but no one was hit, after
which the man dropped the
object and ran again.

While jumping over a fence,
the man injured his ankle, Mr
Evans said.

The police caught up with
him and reportedly discovered
that the object that he had dis-
carded was a 9mm handgun
which contained eight live
rounds of ammunition.

Mr Evans said the man is
presently in hospital were he is
listed as being in stable condi-
tion.

Woman hit
with bottle
in critical
condition



A WOMAN is in critical con-

dition in hospital after being
struck in the head with a bottle
during and altercation with a
male companion according to
police.

Inspector Walter Evans said
that some time after 9am on
Tuesday, a 27 year-old woman

in Pinewood Gardens 'got-into.! 7. «ji stive land deals which could

an argument with aman.

The situation escalated, at
which point the man gotia- bots
tle and-struck the woman over |.

her head): he/said:: qennersl

A man is reportedly in police
custody and is assisting with the
investigation into.the incident.

Body of |
burnt woman
identified

POLICE say that the young
woman whose partially burnt
body was found on Monday has
been identified as that of 18-
year-old Lacy Rolle.

The body was found on a dirt

. road near Cox Way off East
Street South.

Ms Rolle was said to have
been a resident of Prince

Charles Drive.
The victim’s body was pulled

from bushes ‘late Monday.

evening. a,
Police are still investigating

the incident, which is being clas. |

sified as the country’s latest
homicide.

Body of
burnt woman
identified

THE post of Gaming Board
chairman has been taken by Mal-
colm Adderley, MP of Elizabeth.

The appointment was
announced by Prime Minister
Perry Christie in the House of
Assembly yesterday.

Mr Christie was speaking in
response to a question posed
by former prime minister
Hubert Ingraham, who asked
whether the former posts of
Keod Smith and Kenyatta Gib-
son — ambassador of the Envi-
ronment and Gaming Board
chairman respectively — had
been filled.

Mr Smith and Mr Gibson
resigned from their positions
after their controversial alter-
cation in the Cabinet office.

Jazz night
tonight at
Jumbey Café

A JAZZ night is on tonight
at the Jumbey Café Bar and
Grill on East Bay Street.

The band is due to play at the
converted Bahamian house
from 8pm to 10pm.

The jazz night is the latest
addition to the bar and restau-
rant’s weekly schedule. It also
runs a Cuban night on Wednes-
day and a steel band on Fridays.

Bethel: public is
writing a blank
cheque with NHI

@ By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter

MINISTER of Health Dr
Bernard Nottage was today
accused of asking the public
to "write a blank cheque" to
government to cover the cost
of the National Health Insur-
ance scheme.

Dr Nottage has repeatedly
touted the cost of the proposed
scheme.as likely to be in the
region of $235 million.

This figure, he explained in

2. the Senate yesterday, will cov-

er the delivery of the health-
care, administration, improve-
ments, management, reserves,
equipment, staff and facilities
under the scheme, as well as
enabling health education, and
promotional well-being pro-
grammes,

However, yesterday senator
Carl Bethel disrupted Dr Not-
tage's speech introducing the
bill to the Senate, questioning
why, if Dr Nottage had the

: 2005 actuarial report support-

ing this cost estimate, he has
not produced it.

Further more, he proposed
that a 2005 report was "no
basis” for the suggestion that
the actual cost of implemen-
tation over the next year
would not have changed dra-
matically.

He challenged Dr Nottage
to produce evidence of a more



CARL Bethel

updated actuarial report of.

projected costs.

"In fact there's no actuarial
basis for his advancing any fig-
ure and he's asking the parlia-
ment of the Bahamas to
engage in guesswork," Mr
Bethel claimed in an interview
with The Tribune after the
close of the session. -

On Sunday, Dr Stanley Lal-
ta, NHI programme director,
said on the Island FM radio
show Parliament Street, that
he was certain that in 2007 and
2008 the figure would be dif-
ferent. “It would have gone up
by the general rate of infla-
tion,” he told the show's host.

“Why should the Bahamas
be asked to buy a bill of goods

and essentially give govern-
ment a,blank cheque?” asked
Bethel.

Dr Nottage responded’by
pointing out that he had invit-
ed Mr Bethel and other mem-
bers of the opposition to
attend a meeting on the
scheme.

He said he had sent a letter

to the FNM party leader,
chairman and to each individ-
ual member, along with a
package containing more
information than the report
itself included. However, he
neither received a response or.
saw any members altend the
meeting.
- "Members of the opposition
have a responsibility to inform
themselves," he told Mr
Bethel. "They opt to decide
whether they come or not."

Later, deputy leader of the
opposition, Tommy Turn-
quest, told Dr Nottage that:
"the way in which we access



information ought tobe deter- a

mined by us.'
Meanwhile, Mr Bethel
claimed he. had "never

received" any of the informa-'

tion that the minister claimed
he had sent — which should
have included a copy of the

Blue Ribbon Commission's.

report that he had requested.
"They say they didn't get it

for their own reasons," Dr

Nottage claimed in response.

Rum Cay residents say land sales.

are sending them back to slavery

RESIDENTS of remote
Rum Cay fear they could “go
back to slavery” as a result of

change their way of life forever.
Huge tracts of land are being

sold oft to. foreigners without .
proper title being established, :

according to islanders.

And they are changing hands
at such inflated prices that
Bahamian locals have no
chance of competing in the
market.

“Tt will be like going back to
slavery,” an island source told
The Tribune yesterday.

“We are all wondering how .

this will affect island life.”
One American woman, the
source said, had brought 72
acres from developer Billy
Davis. Other lots are being sold
by other developers, but there
is genuine concern about the
quality of title in some areas.
The source said: “Much of

~ this land was left to those living

on it when slavery ended.
Unfortunately, many did not
have their ownership docu-
mented.

“Fortunately, most of the

. Bahamian families living here
have been on their lots for so

long that their title is assured.

However, a lot of land now

seems to be in dispute.”.
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posedly part of the old Effie
Knowles estate.

Rum, Cay,:once. called:
Jewel.of the,Bahamas’
beena target for land specula-
tors since a $3 million airport
was opened five years ago.

Foreigners have been buying
up home lots for the last few
years, some of them with
doubtful title, because the
island has suddenly become
more accessible to aircraft.

In February this year, wor-




ried residents — the island’s .

native population is only about
80-strong — asked the govern-
ment to step in and halt land
sales until controversial title
issues had been sorted out.

However, one islander said
yesterday that government offi-
cials had told them they must
produce papers to prove land
ownership.

In some cases, she said, this

was impossible because some

families, descended from the
original slave population, had
no documented title.

The late Effie Knowles, a Flori-
da attorney, accumulated con-
veyanices on vast acreages of land
on Rum Cay and Long Island,

though the title to her property

. has always been in doubt.

One Nassau realtor said the
Knowles estate was “not worth
the paper it is written on” and
said none of the land being sold
had solid title.

. American residents Susan.
Davis; whose links with Rum"

Cay go back 35 years, told The
Tribune last February of her
concern about land ownership
on the island. ~

She called on the govern-
ment to “act swiftly” to halt the
possible fraudulent sale of lots.

One problem with the Effie
Knowles claims is that none of
the islanders — even the very
old ones — can remember the
woman.

Mrs Davis said the validity
of Knowles land had been chal-
lenged elsewhere “and no root
of title had been established.”

. “If this proves to be the case
on Rum Cay, who will reim-
burse the newest owners when
they find out they have bought
an illegal piece of property?”
she asked.

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Why I will

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

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IT WAS refreshing to hear newly appoint-
ed Defence Force Commodore Clifford Scav-
ella pledge to remove the “bad apples” from
his force so that Bahamians can “continue
to be proud of this Royal Bahamas Defence
Force.”

Unfortunately, it is a Force that, although
it looks smart on parade, has over the years
been shadowed by allegations of corruption.

Asked on.a recent talk show how he felt

when he heard accusations of-corruption lev- -

elled against the force, Commodore Scavella
replied: “Not good at all. You know I have
often said to people in my life, one may say

anything about me, say anything, but cor-.

ruption will not be one of those words you
use in the likes of me. And so going forward,
the Bahamian people can be sure that where
it exists, I will deal with it.”

This was music to the public’s ears. Here is
a leader who is prepared to face major chal-
lenges and overcome them. He is making no
excuses, apologies, or pretending that there

are no problems in the force. The Defence -

Force, an important branch of the country’s
security, has never been fully trusted by
Bahamians. There have been whispers, fin-
ger-pointing and outright accusations.

A few Bahamians questioned whether the
Commodore should have been as outspoken

in his criticism of some of his men and -:

women. This group felt that it would break
down morale. Others — and from what we

have heard they are in the majority — were —
delighted that at last there was a strong man ~~

at the helm of a force that needed a good
shaking up and a heavy dose of discipline.
It was around the time of the 1984 Com-
mission of Inquiry into drug smuggling that
we heard much behind-the-scenes debate on
how far commissioners should go to discred-
it the country’s leadership, particularly among
‘the security forces. There was a faction that
believed that if the people’s confidence in
its institutions: were completely shaken, there

would be no base on which to. rebuild a bet- |

ter society. It was believed that some things
should be left intact. As a’result of all we
heard, we have always been convinced that
the commission, believing that it would be
in the best interest of the country’s future to
leave something on which to build, soft-ped-
alled certain areas in their report. A
And this is the background against which
‘we read the Commodore’s clarification of his
talk show statements. His clarification is pub-
lished on today’s front page. It is true that
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the word “corrupt” in reference to the 25
per cent of his force, whose behaviour he
questions. Although the context of the dis-
cussion was about corruption, the Com-
modore went no further than to refer to that
segment of his force as “bad apples.”

“As it is his intent to restore the image of
the RBDF in a more positive light, this alle-
gation does not bode well with the hard work-
ing men and women of the Force,” said the
statement from the Commodore’s office yes-
terday. “It would be expected in the future,

that if reports are published as they are spo-

ken, not to change the wording so as to put

the Defence Force in a more negative light.” .

In his interview Commodore Scavella, esti-
mated that 50 per cent of his officers: were
“good people, dedicated, committed, hard-
working and ready to go. We have another 25
per cent of those persons that can go either

’ way, depending on where the pressure comes

from, and we have another 25 per cent which
are just products of our society, and we have
to seek to deal with those.”

In another part of the interview he said ©

that “inevitably, one, will find that there are
bad apples within everything that we do, but
those are products of our society.” Later on
in the interview he said that his administra-

..tion intended “to remove them (the bad
', apples) from the good apples so that the peo-
ple will continue to be proud of this Royal

Bahamas Defence Force.” i

In his statement yesterday the Com-.. |’

modore clarified what he meant by “bad
apples”. In military terms, he said, “bad
apples” are persons who do not conform to
the disciplinary norms of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force.
“They are, scruffy, rude and disrespectful.
Some act in a manner likely to bring dis-
credit to the force. They do not walk the
walk, nor talk the talk of a disciplined force.
They fight, curse and carry on in a manner
not seemingly of a marine, while in public.
They do not take care of their families, and
may have conflicts with the police. These
persons'do not aspire to become ideal
marines.”

; It does not matter how he defines this
“group. —. : :
However, what does matter is that he

intends to remove them so that he can work
with the 50 per cent of the men and women
who he regards as true marines, and strength-
en the resolve of the remaining 25 per cent
who could go either way depending upon
“where the pressure comes from.”






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not be voting

EDITOR, The Tribune

THE political season brings
out the best in some of us and
the worse in some of us. It
exposes how far we would go
and how low we would stoop. It
adds a new meaning to “prosti-
tution”. Of course it also shows
and tells who our friends are
and who will try to exploit that
friendship. Desperate people
will take desperate measures,
especially when “defeat” is in
sight.

This past weekend was the
most embarrassing for a long
time for me. Every Bahamian
must know by now that I am a
fearless individual that will go
against the grain if I think Iam
right. I am not a bandwagon,
follow the crowd type individ-
ual. I could easily retreat to my
own quiet, comfortable place
with my thoughts, play with my
son, chat with my wife, read a
book, do some artwork or listen
to Yanni and be as happy as a
lark. So I may not be on most
socialite guest lists and that’s
fine by me. I do not drink and
therefore do not feel comfort-
able in an atmosphere where
alcohol is being consumed, or
in the company of pretenders,
just to say I was there.

To get to the heart of the
matter, I must say what made
my weekend embarrassing. An
individual that I regarded as a
friend paid me a visit. He skirt-
ed around with some small talk
and without wasting too much
time he came right out, point
blank and asked me: How long
am I am going to be writing

’ these “letters to the Editor” and

Development needed more focus ‘

~ EDITOR, The Tribune

JUST how can the News
Director of ZNS think that the
donation of $55,000 to the One
Family Junkanoo Group by the

' principals of The Albany Devel-

opment, Tavistock, is seeming-
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announcement of this extraor-
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Junkanoo is a wonderful
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to see who the messenger was.
He was on a mission and he was
scripted.

He then proceeded to lay out
his.proposal. He suggested that
I could get a highly paid posi-
tion with some perks and even a
guarantee that I have the posi-
tion for as low as five years, if I
lay down my pen and disappear
from the political scene. He was
serious and obviously desper-
ate. He then proceeded to give
me an ultimatum: He suggested
that I have no choice, I must
accept his offer. He said it is a
one time offer and he must
know the answer before we
parted: He then confessed that
the PLP must win this election
at all cost, too much is at stake.
My response was I will give him
my answer in a few days. This
letter is my answer.

There are many people who
are being threatened by bullies
who pressure people of influ-
ence or people like me who use
the media to expose the cor-
ruption in the PLP. I know ofa
few journalists who have had
similar experiences. We must
stop at nothing to expose cor-
ruption wherever we find it. To
my associates who cannot resist
the money I suggest that you
take the money and still kick
them out. Some of us who are

groups show their sponsors that
they, the sponsors, get more
than a multiplier of six back on
their investment in this spon-
sored promotion?

The Albany Resort Devel-
opment of South Ocean will
economically positively affect
the south west of New Provi-
dence and the rest of New Prov-
idence for many years. Not like
Paradise Island, Albany is 10-
minutes from The Lynden Pin-
dling Airport and even closer

* still from MillionAir Executive.

350 acres of land will be
transferred to Government and
over 1,600 lots will be added to
the low-cost housing inventory
— on this one hopes that Hous-
ing will use this to break the
yoke to their usual plans to cre-
ate a mix of single lots — ter-
raced housing and multi-story

- for the PLP

weak will succumb to money, -/«?

but all of us, regardless of our
financial situation will not bow
down and worship the idol (the
PLP). ©

To my associate (former
friend) that visited me I say this:
“There is no amount of money
in the world that would cause

me to sell my children’s future ~

and the future of this country
for my grandchildren, born and
unborn.” We will meet on the
battlefield. There is no turning
back. The line is drawn and I
have made my choice.

I choose strength over weak- |

ness. I choose decisiveness over
procrastination. I prefer no-non-
sense over
junkanoo shuffle when a crisis is
at hand. I choose a man that
calls a spade a spade. I opt for a
leader that. knows the: differ-
ence between a fight and a
“pushing and shoving match.” I
choose our country’s good
image overseas as opposed to
being the laughing stock in the
international community. I
choose, order, decency and
ethics. I choose a man who will
stand up against wrong even if it
makes him unpopular. That’s a
man. That man is Hubert Ingra-
ham and sensible PLPs are
admitting it too.
When you have a serious fear

of Jesus Christ, all threats and :

acts of intimidation are like a
puff of wind. I am strengthened

by my faith in God, not the —'

“PLP. That is where my power
comes from.

IVOINE W INGRAHAM

Nassau
December 2006

apartment buildings which





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would cause an improved land: :

utilisation and improve the re-

sellable value of the property .

developed. Hoping that Hous-

ing will not bulldoze all the pine

trees as they usually do.
Compare the coverage of
ZNS, the Government Radio-

Television Station and you will °

acknowledge that something is
seriously wrong when junkanoo
is given more time and expo-
sure than a multi-million devel-



opment that will employ: hun- — -

dreds.

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ing the lack of sensitivity to
essentials as ZNS News’ current
practice seems totally irrational.

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very concerned about the possi-
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large number of students have
contracted an unknown skin rash.

Kelly Albury, a physical edu-
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problem has been a persistant
one, particularly among Hait-
ian students.

“We don’t know if it is con-
tagious, we just know that a lot
of the kids have it, and some-
thing must be done to address
this problem,” she said.

Miss Albury was speaking at
the Rotary Club of Lucaya on
Tuesday, in an attempt to bring
some awareness of the plight of
the students, who are from very
poor families and communities
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She reported that about 85
per cent of the 200-plus students
enrolled at the primary school
are of Haitian descent. Many,
she said, are malnourished and
lack basic essentials, such as
food, clothing, shoes, and access
to clean water.

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“We believe that the area
they live in, where they sleep,
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dents’ families are poor and do
not have sufficient food.

“They rush to, school every
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grow. “I think we sometimes for-
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Bahamian, or Haitian descent,
are our future,” she said.

She said that many of the stu-
dents at Lewis Yard School are
talented athletes, but compete
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Eliezer Regnier said the
action was a breach of “African
tradition” and an act of “politi-

cal suicide” for the government. .

“This was not the time for

warfare,” the Haitian-born.

attorney told The Tribune.
“They may as well start going
into churches.”

Haitian residents expressed
fury on Monday when officers
swooped on the Englerston area
after Gepson Auguste was shot
dead by masked robbers.

The 47-year-old former police
officer was gunned down in his
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In traditional Haitian style, a
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cers reportedly moved in and
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grants.

The action has led to more
accusations of heavy-handed-
ness against the immigration
department since Shane Gib-
son took over as minister.

Mr Regnier said: “This type
of approach is political suicide.
In this election, many more peo-
ple of Haitian background will
vote. The numbers may be suf-
ficient to make a difference in
some constituencies.

“This seems to me to have
been an excessive response. The
Haitians are still very upset
about it.”

The immigration raid added
greatly to the pain already being
felt by the Haitian community,
Mr Regnier said.

Mr Auguste gave up police
work to carry on the haber-
dashery and distribution busi-
ness started by his well-known
mother, Madame Auguste.

For many years, she was a
pioneering figure in the Engler-
ston business community.

It is assumed he was targeted
because the raiders thought he
had money on the premises.
However, it is not yet known if
they stole anything apart from
his vehicle.

Mr Regnier said: “Mr
Auguste was not an aggressive
individual. As a police officer,
he used to help Haitians a lot.

“However, we are well aware
that the robbers could have
been of Haitian background.
But we hope not.

“We can’t hide our heads in
the sand and say young Hait-
ian men are not involved in:
crime. They are. But it would
be very sad if Haitians were
involved this time.”

Mr Auguste, he said, was a
popular figure who had decided
to carry on the business tradi-
tions of his mother, running a
haberdashery store and rental
apartments.

Although a funeral date had
not yet been set, a large turnout
of the Haitian community is
expected for the ceremony, said
Mr Regnier.

“Gepson was born in Nassau,
but spent some time in the
United States. He was a very
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Pi aKa
Inaguans waiting
for action after

violent beating

IRATE residents of Inagua
are still patiently awaiting court
action against 14 Defence Force
marines accused of beating up a
young man in Mathew Town
last month.

They expect authorities in
Nassau to bring charges against
the group after Dexter Wilson,
27, was left semi-conscious on
the ground. (hs

Locals thought Mr Wilson
was going to dié after the attack.
He was airlifted to Nassau for
emergency treatment after his
head was split open in two
places by a rock.

“We want justice to be done,”
an islander told The Tribune
last night. “We are expecting
these people to appear in
court.” : ;

Mr Wilson’s cousin, Shane,
who accompanied him to Nas-
sau, said the family is deter-
mined to: pursue the culprits
through the civil courts.

And he said criminal action
was expected by Inaguans who,
he added, were “still in a rage”
over the incident.

“People are visiting Dexter
every day,” he said, “and they
are always asking what is going
to happen next.

“At the moment, we are in
the hands of the lawyers, but
we are definitely pursuing the
civil action.”

He said Dexter’s head
wounds were healing, but his
back was still giving him prob-
lems. “I think we will have to fly
him back to Nassau for more
treatment,” he said.

Meanwhile, Inaguans say
relations between Defence
Force officers at the local base
and people in Mathew Town
will never be the same again.

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Fay in his administra-
tion Prime Minister Perry

Christie enthusiastically announced
what he termed his “anchor pro-
jects” policy, which he defined as
establishing one major investment
project for each island in The
Bahamas.

Presumably, such projects would

provide the economic mainstay of

those islands. Since his announce-
ment, the PM and others, including
any number of ZNS reporters, have
gone on to claim success in this pol-
icy as if one could travel through-

out The Bahamas and see evidence
of the same. Let’s examine the facts
major island by island and see what
we discover.

‘Take our southernmost island of
Inagua. What anchor project has
been created as a result of PM
Christie’s policy? Is it Morton Salt?
It can’t be. Morton Salt Bahamas
Limited is indeed the anchor pro-
ject in Inagua but it was established
in 1936, long before Mr Christie
came to office.

What about Mayaguana? What
is the anchor project there? There
is none up and running. There is,
however, the 10,000-acre project

to be undertaken by The Mayagua-
na Company (TMC), as a joint ven-
ture between the I-Group out of
Massachusetts and the Bahamas
government through the Hotel
Corporation. The first phase of this
resort development was to encom-
pass 5,825 acres initially, including
airport enhancements, marinas,
safe harbours, infrastructure devel-
opment, a boutique resort and oth-
er facilities.

This phase was to begin in early
2005 and be completed by the end
of 2006. We are now in the last
month of 2006. Where is the
Mayaguana anchor project? Cer-

, 15th December, 2006

the anchor projects policy

STRAIGHT Up TALK

ZHIVARGO

tainly far from being an anchor for
Mayaguana.

W hat is happening on
Acklins Island? What

is the anchor project there? There .

is none. What about Long Island?
What is the anchor project there?
There is only what has been there
prior to PM Christie coming to
office, such as the Stella Maris
Resort Club Marina and Estate,
which was established in the early
1960s.
What about Crooked Island? Is
there an anchor project resulting
from the PM’s policy? There is
none up and running. There was,
however, a $35 million project
announced for Pitts Town.
What about San Salvador? The
anchor project there is the same
one that was there for years before
PM Christie announced his policy:
the Club Med Columbus Isle

Resort. This resort first opened in

1992, a decade before PM Christi
came to office. :
What is the anchor project in
Cat Island resulting from PM
Christie’s announced policy? There

LAING
project would be the Freeport Con-
tainer Port, which was launched
years before Mr Christie took
office. Yes, there has been approval
given to the Ginn group for a sig-
nificant investment in West End
but that project is still in its infancy
stage.

Sometimes we seem.to forget
that New Providence is an island in
The Bahamas. What is its anchor
project? It is Kerzner Internation-
al’s Atlantis. That project began in
1993 as a multi-phase development.
While PM Christie’s administra-
tion approved the third phase of



Simply put, an
anchor projects
policy is far from
visionary, since it

has a long history
in the country and

is short-sighted as
a long-term

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ally in the ground and creating tan-
gible benefits for the country. The
fact that this is substantially not the
case is probably why they all tend to
be looked at with great Suspicion.

IS AN ANCHOR PROJECTS
POLICY SOUND? |

| he reality is that if a major

development comes to
any island of The Bahamas that is
economically depressed, that devel-
opment will be an anchor project
for that island. It is a natural con-
sequence of development that in
the infancy stage, any pioneering
effort becomes the anchor project.

However, it is not sound eco-

_ nomic policy to make a single major

development on an island the end-
game. The nature of an anchor is to
influence heavily whether a boat
can move or go. In the same way, a
so-called anchor project would
heavily influence whether an econ-

omy moves or goes.

While this might be unavoidable
for some islands in terms of their
development, it certainly is not
desirable as an economic policy. It
is much wiser to have an economic
policy that does not anchor a peo-

ple’s fortunes to one project, °

because when that project fails, the
people suffer.

Clearly, such vulnerabilities now
exist for any number of islands in

The Bahamas, including Exuma -

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Eleuthera resulting from the PM’s
much touted policy? There is none

- in operation at the moment. There

is the announced Cotton Bay pro-
ject estimated to cost some $300

‘million. However, that project is

still only in the fledgling stages of
development and its significant
impact may come but is not hap-
pening as yet.

What is the anchor project in
Andros? There is none. There has
been, however, an announcement
for a $50 million, 250-room hotel
and 150-slip marina for Morgan’s
Bluff, North Andros. | This
announced development, not sur-
prisingly, is in the constituency of
the Minister of Financial Services
and Investments.

hat about Exuma?
Well, without a doubt
the anchor project there is the
Emerald Bay Resort. This project,
however, began construction in
2000 under the Ingraham admin-
istration and only had its official
opening in November, 2003;:under
the Christie administration: There
has been broadcast, though, a $762
million in new resort investment
but that has not started.
What is the anchor project in

_Abaco resulting from the PM’s

much publicised policy? Once
again there is none that is up and
running, though there have been
declarations of at least two projects
for that island, one of which is the
controversial Baker’s Bay Devel-
opment.
What is the. anchor project in
Grand Bahama? As far as the
tourism sector is concerned, that

"project would be the Our Lucaya

Beach and Resort, a development
that began construction in 1998. In
the industrial sector, that anchor



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that development, it simply had to
approve what had already been
presented to the government prior
to the election of the 2002.

wo things become quite

clear when one reviews
anchor developments around the
country. The first thing is that the
existence a major project on islands
of The Bahamas anchoring those
islands’ economies is nothing néw
to The Bahamas. :

While the Pindling and Ingra-
ham administrations may not have
labelled their investment policy
efforts as “anchor projects devel-
opments”, they certainly achieved
the same. 3

In fact, they can lay claim to the
establishment of the vast majority
of such projects, with the develop-
ments between 1992 and 2002 com-
prising the most abundant and
viable ones today.

The second thing that is clear is
that, notwithstanding PM Christie’s
announcements of some $20 bil-
lion in approved investments, for-
eign investment inflow into The
Bahamas over the last five years

amounted to a little more than $1-

billion, according to the Central
Bank. :

This included both equity invest-
ments and land purchases. Clearly
then, the country is not now bene-
fiting in any meaningful way from
the so-called “anchor projects”
approved by Mr Christie. ‘

It seems that the nation will have
to wait a little while longer to have
these investments move out of the
pipeline and into the ground. PM
Christie, his team as well as ZNS
reporters tend to speak of these
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ment economic policy
should and must be.a diversity of
economic enterprises that rely on
different, indeed countervailing
market dynamics to maintain their
viability. In this way, when one pro-
ject drops anchor, the other -pro-
jects can still carry the island’s
economy along.

While this is not perfectly the
case in Grand Bahama, it is some-
what the case. One shudders to
think what would have been the
plight of residents of Grand
Bahama had its industrial sector

not been in place and Royal Oasis

been the only resort in town. .

The closure of Royal Oasis has ,
damaged Grand:

certainly
Bahama’s economy but it would
have surely collapsed had it been
the sole anchor project for the
island. Similarly, Abaco’s diversity
within its tourism plant creates
greater stability for that island than
had it had one major resort anchor-
ing its economy.

Simply put, an anchor projects
policy is far from visionary, since it

has a long history in the country:

and is short-sighted as a long-term
development initiative.

To date, the government’s sin-.

gular success has been to announce
billions of dollars in investments,
but on the ground, that success has
not yet paid off.

This observation is not expected
to stop this policy being put for-

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some ‘fast-

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 9

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three weeks,” Mr Gibson said.

The minister brought the case
of Martin Tremblay to the fore
whom he said was in jail at this
; present time.

“The minister said that Mr
Tremblay applied for residency
on April 21, 1994 and that appli-
cation was approved by May 10,
19 days. When Martin Tremblay
got permanent residence he did

~ not even buy a house,” the min-

‘ ister said.

* Mr Gibson said that when the
immigration board convenes the
- minister of immigration is not the
chairman, the prime minister is.

“Hubert Ingraham at the time
was the one who approved it,”
Mr Gibson said.

Mr Ingraham said that under
the minister’s logic it was prime
minister Perry Christie who

‘ approved Anna’ Nichole’s resi-
dency.

However, Mr Gibson said that
when Mr Tremblay got his per-
manent residency and bought a
- house the second he bought it, he
sold it.

“How can he say that Vicky
Lyn Marshal was fast tracked
when this happened. Derrick
Turner in jail, Victor Kozeny in

v jail, Martin Tremblay in jail,

‘Vicky Lynn Marshal is home

relaxing,” Mr Gibson said.

He said if the former govern-
‘ment did their due diligence at
the time they would have known
that these persons should not
have received permanent resi-
dency.

- Opposition leader Hubert
Ingraham responded saying that
during his term as prime minister
several foreigners with criminal
backgrounds were granted per-

‘ | manent residency with the gov-

“a:

ernment knowing, namely Martin
» Tremblay, Derek Turner, Viktor
' Kozeny
“The member accused me of
. granting the permanent residence

to Mr Tremblay, Mr Turner and
Mr Kozeny and at the time of the
granting of such permanent resi-
dency certificate, we were aware
of their antecedents of criminali-
ty.

“No information came to the
attention of the government at
the time of consideration of the
application of permanent resi-
dency for Mr Tremblay, Turner
or Kozeny. As far as I am aware
there is nothing to the Immigra-
tion in its files to suggest anything

. otherwise,” he said.

Mr Ingraham said that his gov-
ernment went to great lengths to
ensure that they had the best
information available and that he
was unaware that these men had
anything adverse against them or
any criminal convictions.

The former prime minister said
that he required the secretary of
the cabinet to certify to him that
all the applications coming from
the department of immigration
were in order and that the per-
sons met the standards his gov-
ernment had established for an
to meet.

He added thatias time went on
the Minister of Immigration was’
also required to confirm that
everything was in order.

“We then required the direc-

tor of immigration personally to —

sign a form saying that from the
department’s point of view they
were satisfied all matters were in
order prior to us considering an

application. If any adverse infor- .

mation had come to my attention
I would have acted differently,”
Mr Ingraham said.

He said that had information
come to his attention or the gov-
ernment’s attention they would
have acted in accordance with the
law because the law makes pro-
visions to deal with persons who
obtain permanent residency cer-
tificates and who are subse-
quently discovered either to have’
misled the government, misrep-
resented the facts or had a record
which was not disclosed.

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the Bahamas earlier this year.

He said they had been preparing a home together for their child
before she and Mr Stern moved to Nassau.

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RBDF Commodore makes statement on public remarks

a marine, while in public. They do not take care of *

FROM page one

particular group of officers.

In the interview with host Wendall Jones, the
commodore estimated that 50 per cent of his offi-
cers were “good people, dedicated, committed,
hardworking and ready to go. We have another 25
per cent of those persons that can go either way,
depending on where the pressure comes from,
and we have another 25 per cent which are just
products of our society, and we have to seek to
deal with those.”

Later in the interview, he said: “Inevitably,
one will find that there are bad apples within
everything that we do, but those are products of
our society.” '

He also said that, “the thing that this adminis-
tration will do is that once we find those’ bad
apples, we will seek to remove them from the
good apples so that the Bahamian people will
continue to be proud of this Royal Bahamas
Defence Force”.

The statement issued by the commodore’s
office yesterday pointed out that in military terms,
“bad apples” are persons who do not conform to
the disciplinary norms of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force. “They are, scruffy, rude and dis-
respectful. Some act in a manner likely to bring
discredit to the force. They do not walk the walk,
nor talk the talk of a disciplined force. They fight,
curse and carry on in a manner not seemingly of

FROM page one

year, but had to pay out $9.4 mil-

their families, and may have conflicts with the
police. These persons do not aspire to become
ideal marines.’

The statement noted that by contrast, “cor-
rupt” means: “not repairable, or fit to be dis-
carded or thrown away”.

During the interview, when Mr Jones asked!
how allegations of corruption within the force’ +’
make him feel, the commodore said: “Not good at |
all. You know I have often said to people in my |
life, one may say anything about me, say any-
thing, but corruption will not be one of those,
words you use in the likes of me. And so going ,
forward, the Bahamian people can be sure that:
where it exists, I will deal with it.”

Later, when discussing whether there is.
accountability i in the procedure of interdiction
of vessels and confiscation of contraband, he said::

“But if you have misfits and criminal types with-

”

in your organisation, then you simply have to ‘

y

seek to weed them out.”

The commodore’s statement concluded by say-
ing that as it is his intent to recast the force “in a'
more positive light” the allegation that he referred “
to a quarter of them as corrupt, “does not bode ‘
well with the hard working men and women of
the force.

“It would be expected in the future, that if
reports are published as they are spoken, and»
not to change the wording so as to put the. ,
Defence Force i in a more negative light,” it said.



lion more in expenses.

The W&SC _.. earned
$37,373,862 in 2005, $35,035,742
in 2004.

The net loss for the Corpora-
tion at the end of 2005 totalled
$3.1 million, while the net income
in 2004 came to $7.8 million. .

Mr Roberts emphasised that
the cost increase was largely due
to “unusual” on-time occur-
rences, and vowed that the Cor-
poration is making an effort to
win back disgruntled customers.

“The Corporation is preparing
to launch a major campaign to
win back customers through
improved water quality and
quantity. However, it recognises

. that in order to give all deserving

citizens a chance to enjoy these
services, it will have to write-off
charges previously billed disen-

chanted customers who have,

received poor or no service in the
past,” he said.

The minister yesterday
announced that operating
expenses for 2005 totalled
$46,605,272 compared to

$37,140, 233 in 2004—a $9.4 mil-

lion increase.

“FO make a meaningful com- ©



son between the two years in

one must take into consideration
two non-recurrent transactions
that “had a positive impact” on
the operation’s statement of
2004.

The Works Minister explained
that the actual sum needed to
pay out to the corporation’s pen-

. Sioners was lower than anticipat-

ed, thereby distorting any direct
comparison to staffing expenses
in 2005.

“Actuarial changes in the esti-
mate of the Corporation’s pen-

- sion costs that resulted in nearly

$4,494,514 savings,” he said.

In addition to this, cost increas-
es in 2005 were related to activi-
ties that improved customer ser-
vice delivery such as reverse
osmosis water purchases — con-
stituting a'$2.5 million increase,
he said.

Mr Roberts further pointed
out that increased fuel costs, as
well as water importation during
the “difficult winter months of
2005” — which required the hire
of an additional vessel for trans-
port — contributed to the overall
rise in operation expenses.

“That together accounted ‘for:
- increases of $2,656,805,” he said.

A further significant expense
in 2005, the minister said, is the

provision for “doubtful debts”
which increased by more than $i
million.

Mr Roberts pointed out that :
the W&SC had no “significant” _

other incomes” in'2005, whereas.
the Corporation received more
than $4 million from interestâ„¢
reduction on two loans from the
National Insurance Board.

In terms of revenue increase, '
Mr Roberts said that New Prov-
idence experienced a modest
growth of $1,183,910.

“Family Islands generally

the largest single factor in the”
overall $1,154,174 increased Fam:.."
ily Island revenues was the new- *
ly acquired Treasure Cay. opera-
tions in Abaco,” he said.
Minister Roberts pointed out *
that the government has again, ’
demonstrated its commitment to

wr

‘experienced strong growth, but .

the growth and strengthening of *,

the Corporation and “the need.
to underwrite the cost of provid:,.

ing improved services in certain«~

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significantly increasing the sub- ae

sidy in 2005.
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was $15.5 million compared tes

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Near attack
prompts teachers’
-call for strict
safety measures
FROM page one

arranged meeting and the
approach was one in which the
arent was verbally threaten-
ing the administrator. She was
loud, boisterous and she was
not listening to reason and she
wa§ waving her hands wildly,”
Ms‘Thompson explained.

Describing the administrator
as a small, petite woman, she
said, “Had it been another cir-
cumstance we could have been
calling the ambulance in today.
So we are very concerned on
the AF Adderley campus in
terms of security,” she said.

“Police officers responded
very quickly when the assault
took place, however, that fact
thai someone had to go and call
for;an officer means that there.
is need for more patrolling. We
need to be in the reach of an
officer at all times,” she said.

This is the second such inci-
dent for the term. The first mat-
ter: which occurred a few
months ago, also involved a
parent who attempted to
assault a teacher.

“There should have been
something put in place after the
first incident,” she said, “now
no changes have been made.”

“Anyone can infiltrate our
campus and right now security
is ghared between ourselves,
the. administrators, a limited
number of police officers and
security.”

Anyone who wants to’ have
interaction with a worker on
the campus has free access to
that person. There is very lit-
tle protection for us, and today
it stops,” she said firmly.

According to Ms Thompson,
she, with several other teach-
ers, contacted officials from the
Ministry of Education for their
concerns to be heard: They
expect to meet with a repre- ;
sentative from the ministry }
today. i

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Contractor says being related t

FROM page one

bribes solely because of his relation to the
minister... Par

However, despite his close affiliation, the
source claims he has never used this leverage
to approach Mr Gibson or the technical
director, Mr Gordon Major, for contracts
to build additional homes.

“T never went to him (Mr Gibson) about
no houses you know. I never once went in
his office about houses. The only thing I
did, I referred some people who were look-
ing for some houses, I say you go to Shane,
and tell him he’s my cousin — tell him I

LOCAL NEWS

sent you and try to get a house.

“But I never went to him to get work
because I know it would compromise his
position and I didn’t want to do that. All
those inspectors, they can tell you I never
worked with Shane in their face. And I nev-
er once went to him to complain. I never
got Shane in the mix. I never did that,
because I know what politics is all about,” he
said. 5 -

The police are continuing their investiga-
tion in the Ministry of Housing after The
Tribune revealed various discrepancies in
housing contracts and the process of their
awarding. Since then the police have issued
an open invitation to persons with any infor-

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 11



0 minister had no bearing on contracts

mation to come forward and contact inves-
tigating officer Superintendent Keith Bell
at 302-8158 or Detective Sergeant Harris
Cash at 302-8073.

Since then a number of other allegations
have arisen, including those of extortion,
where contractors are asked to pay various
amounts of money at different stages of a
bome’s completion.

Speaking of this, the source continued: “I
even asked some of the inspectors that I
know, and they said ‘Hey (name omitted) I
don’t know what they talkin’ about’. But I
heard it. It started when I was in Jubilee 3.

“That’s when I started to hear it. Then

‘after a while it started to die down. Then I







MPs clash in the House

FROM page one

unaware that a contract had been
issued, neither was he aware that
the school was closed and alter-
native measures had been taken
for the students.

The prime minister said he
would try to get information
about the situation, including
what chemical the children were
exposed to during the fumigation.

The heated exchange between
Mr Symonette and Mr Roberts
occurred after Mr Bastian asked
Mr Roberts about the construc-
tion of a bridge in Cargill Creek.

Mr Bastian asked what cost for

the construction of the bridge was _-

recommended by a Ministry of
Works officer to Mr Roberts. He
also wanted to know how much
more money had Mr Roberts
advised them to add to the con-
tract.

Mr Roberts said he did not rec-
ommend anything to his officers,
because “that is not. how it
works.”

However, Mr Bastian said that
the officer had advised Mr
Roberts that the bridge in Cargill
Creek should cost $15,000. How-
ever, upon the minister’s instruc-
tions the officer was told to give
the contractor $5,000 more.

Mr Bastian challenged Mr
Roberts to table the contract in
the House of Assembly.

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Mr Roberts said he would do
that to prove that what the mem-
ber was alleging was not the truth.

Mr Symonette quipped that
the contract should not be tabled
with any parts “whiteout” to
which Mr Roberts replied: “Pll
whiteout on your face though.”

Mr Symonette demanded the
member retract the statement and

asked the chair to “defend the
member’s rights”.

Speaker of the House Oswald
Ingraham said that he was aware
of what transpired and suggest-
ed that both members retract
their statements.

“T retract the statement that
when the honourable member
brings the paper that the hon-
ourable member of South Andros
said, that there should be no
whiteout on that piece of paper,”
Mr Symonette said.

The minister, however, took

Mr Symonette’s statement to |

mean that the MP would only
retract when the contract was
tabled and said that he would not
retract until Mr Symonette did so
as the Montagu MP’s “implica-
tions was an attack on my integri-
ty’.
After a few brief exchanges

and an intervention by former

Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham
to explain that Mr Symonette had
not said that he would retract his
statement at a later date but was
only repeating his previous state-
ment in order to retract it, both
ministers retracted their com-
ments.

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heard it come up again in Carmichael Road
way, but I didn’t work in Carmichael Road,
J worked in Fire Trail,” he said.

It was during these times he said, that
contractors were approached and asked to
pay anywhere from $500 to $1,000 at various
stages to ensure that they were given “repeat
work” in the future.

“They'd say, boy, if you don’t fix me up
ain’t nuttin’ happening for you anymore.
Or, I ain’t ga put your paper work. in or
something like that. Stuff like that. I guess
maybe because they realised that Shane was
my cousin they figured I’d go back and tell
him — that’s probably why they didn’t
approach me like that,” he said.





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IN an effort to boost the
struggle for human rights in the
Bahamas, the US Embassy has
donated $20,000 to a local group
to focus on migrant rights pro-
jects.

The Bahamas Human Rights
Network (BHRN), a fledging
group seeking to help the indi-
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The network immediately
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help of several organisations

Community Centre (NPCC)
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’ According to US Ambas-
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phlets and to support a semi-
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Elsworth Johnson, who
accepted one of the cheques of
behalf of the school, explained
the group’s purpose.

“What we are trying to do at
the law school is to give stu-

dents an appreciation for not.

only their role for administra-
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and ethical-responsibility to
their community. So what we’ve
done is we have formulated spe-
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and one of those projects was to —

look at the indigent in our com-
munity and looking at human
rights abuses.”

“So we’re working with
women in our community chil-
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whose human rights may be
abused.

“One of those groups,” he
explained, “are those persons
born in the Bahamas who are of
Haitian heritage and who are
not afforded all of the funda-
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especially documentation.

“They have everything else
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community on fundamental
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he said.

Mr Johnson said the group
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group we are looking at the
rights of the individual, so don’t
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group whether they are based
here in the Bahamas or whether
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“One of the things we made
known to the embassy is that
you can give us you money but
our concern is human rights and
that’s what we plan to do.”

Ambassador Rood said, “The
Bahamas and the US continue
to enjoy-:an unparalleled bilat-
eral relationship, and this rela-
tionship is certainly founded
upon our shared values. Chief
among these values is the
respect for human rights and
the demand for human digni-
ty. ”?

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Ambassador John Rood during a visit on December 4

bassador: I’ve learned
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@ By ALEXANDRIO MORLEY
Tribune Staff Reporter

US Ambassador John Rood
says the Bahamian people have
taught him many things over
the last two years — including
the importance of enjoying the
small things in life.

Returning from his two day,
five school trip through the Fam-
ily Islands last week, the ambas-
sador, who has announced that
he will be leaving the Bahamas
shortly, took the time to reflect
on what the post has meant to
him personally.

He said: “When I speak to
the cab drivers and see people
just enjoying life and taking
things one day at a time that

can’t help but to rub off on you.
“Believe it or not, before I
was the ambassador J use to run

‘ from my office to the car and

then to the front door, but
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hopefully when I go back, Ill
be able to find that balance
between work and life because
the Bahamas has taught me
that.”

Ambassador Rood said he is
not completely leaving the
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‘because it demonstrated that

individuals should be judged by
their character instead of their
skin colour, showed the impor-
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nonviolent means, and is an

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true no matter how good or bad the
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out as a slight favorite to make four
spades. If East has the heart ace or
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improved his position. He tried play-
ing the ace and another club, but East
won with the king and retumed a
heart to set the contract one trick.

Declarer was a bit unlucky to fail
‘on this. line of play, but he should
have done better. When he led a dia-
mond at trick four, he already knew
that West had started with the K-Q of
diamonds and jack of spades; West
therefore could not hold both the ace
of hearts and king of clubs, since he
had passed originally. Consequently,
at least one of these two cards had to
be in East’s hand. :

To cater to the primary threat to
his contract — that East had the club
king and West the heart ace — South

should have led a club to the jack at |

trick four. If the finesse lost, East
would then become marked with the
ace of hearts.

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club finesse wins. Declarer then
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with a diamond, West wins with the
queen, but must either concede a
heart to South’s king or lead a dia-
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dummy while discarding a heart
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ARIES — Mar 21/Apr 20. |
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sweetheart, you can easily come up ~
with a project to enjoy;, something
that captures your tender side. ‘
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repairs or renovations on your home,

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few extra hands to pitch in. ‘Invite
friends to help out. ee
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this: week, and you should go right. -
ahead, Gemini. Make a purchase that
allows you to feel decadent, withou) -
worrying about the price. = -- i
CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 . ;
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mental feelings’ early in the week,
Cancer. Consider a lazy week full of . |.
daydreams and relaxing in your -
favorite. chair. eS
LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23}. |?
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rest and bolster your health, Leo.
You’ll need full strength’ for the
arduous tasks:.awaiting: you in the
weeks to core. SS
VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22" *
Your family might need a little extra
TLC this week, Virgo, sodon’t
make plans to be out of town. You’re
the only one who can serve as.4
mediator when things get rough. |}

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23!
Be sure others don’t play on’ yo i
sympathies this week, Libra
Otherwise, you could be made a fool.
Seek advice from a friend if you feel
someone is trying to take advantage;

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 >

You will feel quite passionate about

helping others this week, Scorpig. - “ue

Volunteer for a service that assists | -”
needy individuals, It will be a hum,
bling and gratifying experience;
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right playful this weeks
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youthful attitude by hosting A
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“The Memory of a Good Person is A Blessing”

_ Proverbs 10:7


THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 3

Precious and Treasured Memories

In of
Loving Memory Pe er
Ethel Li Simmons
Dec 18th 2005

“Shine on forever with your Jesus”

“Tt has been two years since the Lord put His arms
Around you and took you home to rest;
His garden is very beautiful because you are there.

Love Always your husband, |
: is ‘ae ree 4 7]. We know that to be absent from this body is to be
Frank; children, Sydney, ee eta ance

Present with the Lord.” |
Joann, Frank Jr. 2 Dale z ‘Sadly missed but fondly remembered by your children:
Delphlee, Dwayne, Daron and | Andrea and Donna Miller, Collas Miller-Pinder, Rev.

: Dr. Jackson Miller, JP, and Sylvia Miller-Knowles;
Necy; Sisters, Blanch and — grandchildren: Christy and Crystal Pinder, Ashley and

| |} Shaquille Knowles; one sister: Mrs. Rosemarie Burke
Maria; Brother, Danny;. — Hoel oe Se and a host of other relatives and friends.
Grandchildren, Great Grand _ 3

children, other special || |} Well always love you!
relatives and friends. | are ee


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Cedar Crest Funeral Home

DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road. and First Street * P.O.Box N-603 ¢ Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242- 325- 51 68/328- 1eee( oes 1352

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

E. ALVERN
THOMPSON-
PLAKARIS, 50

a resident of Seabreeze Lane
will be held at 10:30a.m on
Friday, 15th December, 2006
at Grants Town Seventh- day
Adventist Church Wellington
Street. Officing will be Pastor
H. A. Roach, Pastor E. D.
Clarke and Pastor A. Burrows.
Interment followsd in the
Western Cemetery Nassau
Street.



























She is survived by her husband, Anthony Plakaris; sons, s, Anthony
II, Adrian and Alexander Plakaris; daughter, Ajike Plakaris;
grandson, Anthony III; brother, Monte Thompson; five sisters,
Gweneth Paul, Cynthia Archer, Magnal, Hermane and Velma
Thompson; numerous nephews and nieces including, Donavan,
Claudine and Cayden Moxey, Mark, Makyle, Simone, Sharia,
Shamaal and Doyle Paul, Aldon, Shekeatha, Tamica, Kailecia,
Kirkwood and Aleion Jai Thompson: father-in- -law, George
Plakaris; six brothers-in-law, Fred Paul, Kendall, Mark, Stephan,
Christopher and Francis Plakaris: three sisters-in- -law, Dena,
Stephanie and Yvette Plakaris a host of other relatives and friends
including, Julia Bain, Carolyn Demeritte, Beverley Bain, Anna
Smith, William and Philmon Wilson, Mae ‘Armbrister and family,
Philip and Mary Moxey, Dolly Foster and family, Ruth Miller
and family, Orville Gibson and family, Alfred and Gloria Brown
and family, Evelyn Deveaux and family, Elvia Hart and family,
Daphne Lamm and family, Ann Stubbs and family, Bernice
Roker Collins and family, Kenneth Poitier and family, Heneritta
Poi tier and family, Magnus Swann, Selma Joseph and family,
Leon Sweeting, Flora Hanna and family, Ruby Murdoch-Hill
and family, Cecil and Emma Williams and family, Marilyn
Williams, Alton and Marge Cargill and family, Wilbert and Eulah
Edgecombe and family, Eulah Francis and family, Frances Johnson
and family, Yvonne Roberts and family, Adelma Penn and family, §
Veronica Roach McGee and family, Roland and Olga Brown [
and family, Toostie Brown and family, Anita Mildred Brown |
and family, Lee Rolle Strachan and family, Dawn Rolle Finlayson §
and family, Glenville Rolle, Kathy Davis and family, Luann Chea §
and family, Yvonne Paul and family, Cannie Ramsey and family, §
Clarice Varence and family, Kendal Marshall, Cheyanne Bain [
and family, Evans, Archer and Ramsey families, and the entire
Bain Town and Seabreeze Lane Communities.





































Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Cedar Crest

Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Thursday from
12noon to 6: 00p. m and at the church on Friday from 9:00a.m
until service time.

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Pinder’s Funeral Home

_ “Service Beyond Measure”

PALMDALE AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE: 322-4570/ 393-1351 * CELL: 357-3617

| RANNIE PINDER President |

FUNERAL SERVICE |

GORDON
ALAN
-PRYKE, 52



| of Little Blair, Nassau

f and formerly of

fF London, England, who

idied at Doctor's

' Hospital on Monday

December 11th, will be held at the Current

Gospel Chapel, Current, North Eleuthera on

Saturday December 16th at 11:00 am. Burial

will be in the Current Public Cemetery.

Evangelist Frank Perry, Elder Derek Elden,

Brother Osbourne Weech and Elder Elliot Neilly
officiating.

He is survived by his wife, Madge; his son,
Alan; daughter, Charlotte, stepdaughters, Kelly
and Tina; granddaughter, Madison; grandson,
Lorenzo; sister, Hillary; brothers, Richard and
Phillip; sisters-in-law, Carol, Joanne, Barbara,
Elsie, Maria and lena; brothers-in-law, Johnny, —
Kingsley, Alfred, Lester and Mike; nieces,
Justine, Caroline, Phillippa., Heather, Rochelle,

| Audra, Rachel, Cheyanne, Nicole, Alexis;
| nephews, Gary, Eric, Roger, Ron, Jordan and
| many other relatives and friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's
Funeral Home Palmdale Ave., Palmdale on
Thursday December 14th, 2006 from 6:00 pm |

| until 7: 00 pm.


THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Butler’s Funeral Homes
& Crematorium

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

‘FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR













MR. NEVILLE
“Hido”’
VICTOR HALL, 90





of Yonder Road off
Twynam Avenue will
be held on Monday,
December 18", 2006 at

S 2:00 p.m. at Glade
Tidings Tabertiacle; Kemp Road. Officiating
| will be Pastor Iréne Russell. Interment will









BCE









Rudolph and Harry; One (1) Daughter;
Juanita Eldridge; Three (3) Daughters-in-
law; Deborah, Mizpah and Debbie; Nine (9)
Grandchildren; Patrice, Sean, Natalie, Rory,
Vicky, Tanya, Shannon, Sidra and Zack;






Emma, Shean, Austin, Isabel, Orion, Gordon,
Grace, Gabriel, Tyshon, Seanna and Jessica;
numerous other relatives and friends
especially the Farmer’s Cay Exuma, Ragged
Island and Long Island communities; Eugene
“Gene” Hall, mail boat captain Etienne Cephas
and: Caregiver Mrs. Stella Saunders.









Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’
Funeral Homes:and Crematorium, Ernest and
York Streets on Sunday from 3:00 p.m. until
5:00 p.m. and on Monday from 1:00 p.m.
until service time at the church.








_ | follow in the Eastern Cee Peewee! :

He is. sinnived by Three 3) Son; Charles,

Twelve (12) Great-grandchildren; J.T.,.



FHURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 5

Hutler’s Funeral Aomes
& Crematorium

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

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR











MS. ROSEMARY
“Mary”
CHARLES, 40



of Ridgeland Park West wil
be held on Saturday
December 16th, 2006 a
11:00 a.m. at Cooper’s |
Terrace Cathedral, Cooper’s
Terrace off Kemp Road.
Officiating will be Bishop &
Robert McPhee, Rev. Ivan

Marshall and Rev. Patrick J osey. Interment will follow
-in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

































i Left to cherish her memories are One aw Son;
| Valentino Charles; One (1) Sister; Linda Charles;
Four (4) Step-sisters; Lorraine, Margaret, Marilyn
and Michelle; One (1) Brother; Barry Parcoi; Special
friend; Allan Bannister; Five (5) Step-brothers;
Dennis, Kendal, Francis, Keith and Percy Jr.; Grand-
mother: Sarah Hutchison of Harbour Island; Two (2)
Aunts; Harriet Powell and Denise J ohnson; Two (2)
Nieces: Jonnice Adderley and Lyndell Bethel; Five
(5) Nephews; Clinton Charles, Devon Johnson, Derick
Adderley, Lynden and Lamon Bethel; One (1) Grand-
niece; Cliniesha Charles; One (1) Grand-nephew;
:Clinton Charles Jr. and other relatives and friends
including; The Staff of St. Luke’s Medical Laboratory,
Raquel, Ann, Syd, Excel Josey, Ethel, Oinia, Lynden
Bethel and family, Angela and family, The entire Balls
Alley Family, Nina, Irene, Carnette, Ella, Maxine,
Marine, Maria, Michelle, Beatrice and Family, The §
Fox Hill and Ridgeland Park Crew, Debbie and Family,
Nikki, Astrid and family, Joan and family, The entire
Dry Wall Crew at Atlanits Phase 3, Bishop Robert
McPhee and. the Members of Cooper’s Terrace
Cathedral and others too numerous to mention.



Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral
Homes and Crematorium, Ermest and York Streets on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the church.
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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

DEATH NOTICE FOR THE LATE

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PETER ALBERT
BURROWS, 69

of Cowpen Rd. died at Princess
Margaret Hospital on Friday 8th,
December, 2006

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IN LOVING MEMO

He is survived by his daughters,
Charmaine, Jackie and Petra |

| Burrows; grandson, Andrew
Archer; granddaughter, Adrianna Burrows; brothers,
Luther and Christopher Burrows; sisters-in-law, Teresa
and Colona Burrows, Helen Newbold, Hazel Chea,
Verna Demeritte, Terah and and Antionette Rahming;
brothers-in-law, Carl Butler, Maxwell Stubbs, Rev. Carl
Rahming, Melvin, Eddie, Noel, Eric and Leonard
Rahming; nieces, Alma Evans, Alayna (Nikki) LeDard,
Cora Colebrooke, Denise Hanna; Diane Burrows, Fercena
Burrows, Ann Smith, Theresa James, Marva Burrows,
Joan Riley, Gina Cooper; nephews, Vernon Hinds,
Andrew, Adrian, David, Neil, Mark and Anthony
Burrows, a host of relatives and friends including, Ann
and Neil Berco, Patricia Burrows, Altamese Isaacs,
Cyprianna, Frank and Lawerence Smith, Livingston,
Daniel and Junior Major, Billy and Doris Barry, Esau
Roker, Arlington Butler, Hyacinth Nicholls, Noreen
Major, Marina Pinder and family, Charles and Agnes
Thompson and Jackie Mycklewhyte.

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THE saa OBITUARIES



EGLONE GEORGE
NEYMOUR, 69











held at 11:00- a.m. on
Saturday, December 16, 2006

Pastor Charles Gardiner,

follow in Fox Hill Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.

Cherished memory held by his children, Tyrone,

law, Juliette Newman; five sisters, Virginia Smith,

Charlton, Prison Officer Zhavonne Mackey, P/C 2913

Smith; one aunt, Edna Bain; numerovis cousins including
Iris Demeritte, Daphne Lockhart, Betty Bain, Patricia
| Gardiner, Pamela Hunt, Cheryl Dean and Dione Dean
and a host of other relatives and friends including, Mr.

and Trace Security.

e

time.

Rock of Ages Funeral Chapel

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

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of St. Albans Drive, will be | |

at Church of God, Bernard |
Road. Officiating will be |

J assisted by other ministers of .
the gospel. Interment will |

» assisted by other ministers of the gospel. Interment will
| follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
‘Newman, Suezanne Johnson, Hezekiah Neymour, Left to cherish her memory are her mother, Antonia St
Dorothy Coakley, Hilton Black, Donna Neree and Denise : . : a4 ,
Wright; eighteen grandchildren, Troy and Tabrella | Eleny, two daughter, Pauoleney, ot Luck and’ Chamata
Newman, Dymphyna, Demaro and Tamara Cooper, |
Miguel, Brunelle and Brian Coakley, Patrick, Bianca |
and Biondie Black, Crystal and Sedeno Neree, Jermaine, |
Samantha and Shamell Black, John Wright and Delkino |
Key; one son-in-law, Brian Coakley; one daughter-in- | rade os
i Jeames, Roberto, Enski, Wistin, Rolef and Wilimson;
Deborah Deveaux, Mary Smith-Munroe, Agnes Smith- |
McKenzie and Princess Smith; one brother, Charles |
Smith; seven nieces, including Toni Mitchell, Keisha |
Smith and Faye Munroe; nine nephews, including Yule |
_ in-law, Rodric, Ernse and Limage; cousins, Elveus,
Dekelle Thompson, P/C Detective Mike Sears, Jamal |
| Linda and Mirise; special friends, Cemathew Saineus,
| Hortance, Tatie, Wisner, Molanie, Rameau, Rico, Jerry,
_ Emmanuel and Frank (Noula) and a host of other relatives
| and friends.

| Joe Johnson and the entire staff of Premier Importers _ . .

_ Friends may pay their last respects at The Rock of Ages

Prende may pay epic. Festool ac Récle oF Age: ! Funeral Chapel, Wulff Road and Pinedale on Saturday

Funeral Chapel on Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and |
on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until funeral | ehireh from, 10,00 “a.m. until: service time.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 7







SULFICIA
CHARLES, 37

a resident of Okra Hill,
Nassau, Bahamas, will be held
at Francophone Seventh Day
Adventist Church, Balfour |
Avenue, Nassau, Bahamas. On
Sunday, December 17, 2006
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Pastor Edward St. Fleur,















Soldier Road.





Saineus; one son, Wateson Israel; one step-daughter;
Wencie Saineus; one step-son, Ernsy Saineus; four
brothers, Wisnord, Lovans and Tony Charles and Inocent
Daniel; three sisters, Silvanie, Filicia and Nadege
Charles; nephews, Norvins, Wivens, Maneson, Dieubens,







nieces, Sesca Charles, Chemelda, Ermana, Kendja,
Renette and Charline; aunts, Francine, Saifora and
Merite; uncle, Faniel Lucien; sisters-in-law, Meprise,
Judeland, Vedjna, Tiseur, Jolimene, Altagrace; brothers-







Elivert, Jean Claude, Johnny, Louidor, Gerda, Katia,







from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Sunday at the



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Pastors and members ot The Church of "Ge vd of P:
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~ ROSEMARY
CLARKE, 57

Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.EK. Drive.

She is survived by her husband, Captain Franklyn Clarke; two }
sons, Sabrion and Captain Kelvin Clarke; one daughter, Samantha :
Clarke; three sisters, Kathleen, Louise and Ethelmae Reckley; one :
uncle, Benjamin Dames; three step-daughters, Joy Saunders, Betty :
Stuart and Dellarese; two step-sons, Inswerth Wilson and Benjamin :
Henderson; five grandchildren, Quintirio Arnett, Kentonique : : :
Cartwright, Keshawn Clarke, Kelvin Clarke Jr., El-Tano Bowe ; Memorial Gardens; J.E-K. Drive.
and Stafford Stuart; father-in-law, Isaac Clarke; eight sisters-in- :
| law, Elizabeth Reckley, Charlene Reckley, Alvida Lloyd, Elva :
Strachan, Betty Clarke, Karen Clarke, Andrea Clarke-Johnson and :
Barbara Carey; four brothers-in-law, Austin, Eric, Kendal and :
Philip Clarke; numerous nieces including Rosetta, Shanell, Nadia, :
Shenique, Charmaine, Francina, Jenny, Kristin, Natasha, Theodora, :
Sharlene, Donna, Antonella, Cecilia, Margaret, Jasmin, Clarice, :
Karen, Letisha and Katherina; numerous nephews including Shane, :
| Kenneth, Quintin, Arlington, Theodor, Don, Durran, Austin, Regis, : ;
Nelson OnG: eaaene Craig, Dereck, Michael, Victor, Kevin Tammy and Sheena Johnson; 10 nephews, Anthony Sr., Michael
Botan, Johnatian ane COuLaG, MUNG GUS erand aces tate : Nathaniel and Fabian Ferguson of Chicage Illinois; grand-nieces

Emza, Emily, Jaine, Waydenna, Anita, Julie, Jadie, Shenice,

Shantea, Lavern and Kenerea; grandnephews including Solomon, :
| Briantinio, Breon, Mario, Shelton, Javardo, Jarad, Jamal, Tavon, :
| Brandon, Cordero, Kenneth and Jeremy; host of other relatives :

and friends including Harry, Philip, Ervin, MIilton, Tommy, Robbie, :

Preston, Lonzer, Roland, Wendel, David, Ike, Ronnie, Steve, :

Wennice, Mervin, Mildia, Enid, Charity, Angie, Rosetta, Keva, :
| Kayla Marilyn, Elmetta, Nathalie, Prescola, Beverley, Deza, Celia, :
| Margaret, Jessiemae, Joy, Barbara, Ineza, Betty, Lavra, Cynthia, :

Leon, Inspector Basil Rahming, Rev. Elgarnet Rahming, Philip, :

Naomi Hanna, Welly, Annette, Troy, Kendal and Kevin, staff and :

students of Carmichael and Adelaide Primary Schools, Anna Hanna

and family, Ms. McIntosh and family, Ms. Joanna Taylor and :
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Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020¢ Robinson Rd & 5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 ¢ 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

PE Bites For

: Street.

| of Old Cedar Street, Yellow Elder :
~| Gardens and formerly of Moores :
. | Island, Abaco, will be held on :
| Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at Church of :
| Phophecy, East Street Tabernacle. :

| Officiating will be Pastor Shelton L. :
Beneby, assisted by Associate Pastor :
Arthur L. Maycock and Lay Minister :
Miriam Curtis. Interment will be in :



THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

: The body will repose at Kunies Memorial Mortuary, Robinson |
: Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
-and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

FRANKLYN HOWARD
JOHNSON,
BETTER KNOWN AS
"JUNIOR", 37

of Maxwell Lane and formerly of
Gibbs Corner, will be held on |
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at
Transfiguration Baptist Church,
Market and Vesey Street. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Stephen Thompson
assisted by Rev. Basil Johnson. Interment will be in Lakeview |

He is survived by his father, Bertrum Johnson; stepmother, Leona

Johnson; three sisters, Sybil Toote, Audrey and Clodella Sands;

four brothers, Granville Penn and Clarington; Asa and Wendall |
Johnson; one uncle, Solomon Johnson; three aunts, Elisa Ferguson, |
Mary Pratt and Netta Scavella; 15 nieces, Gloria Toote of |
Hollywood, Florida, Cynthia Toote, Joycelyn Wells of Plantation, |
Florida, Barbara Toote, Nancy Cleare, Susan NcNair of Miramar, |
Florida, Dawn, Marsha, Patrice and Dale Ferguson, Janice, Terry,

and Godfrey Toote, Lynden, Garvin and Matthew Johnson, Edward,

and grand-nephews; one sister-in-law, Valeri Johnson; other
relatives including Lovetha Rolle, Luella Ingraham, Remelda
Rolle, Rev. Reuben Deleveaux, Kenneth Deleveaux, Miss Doreen
of Miami, Florida, Delores Deleveaux, Hilda Johnson, Rev. Cephus
Ferguson, Rollington Ferguson, Admiral Ferguson, Willie Ferguson,
Beatrice Henfield, Dottielee Bastian, Inez Beneby, Esther Ferguson,
Clarence Johnson, Robert Johnson, Thelma Beneby and Ellen
Ferguson, Dr. Rajesh Ramineni and the staff of Jackson Memorial
Hospital and the management and staff of Kurtiss Memorial
Mortuary.

If we have omitted your name please forgive us, but sorrow has

a way of clogging one's memory.



The bod yw ill repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6: 00 pt m.
and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary

- Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020e Robinson Rd & 5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 ¢ 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

Last Rites For








MINISTER NEULON’
ROLLE, 80 -

of Curtis, Exuma, will be held on
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. at Mt. Sinai
Union Baptist Church, : Stuart
Manor, Exuma. Officiating will be
Rev. Cedric Smith, assisted by other
ministers. Interment will be in The -
Public Cemetery, Curtis, Exuma.












































He is survived by his loving and.
vee devoted wife, Izona Rolle; seven.
sons, Philip, Donald, Sergeant Walter, Solomon, Patrick, Perry and
Deon Rolle; eight daughters, Deaconess Dorothea, Jacquelyn,
Celcier and Shantell Rolle, Deaconéss Mildred Rolle-Kelly, Inspector
Lula Rolle-Dean, Sergeant Dotlynn Rolle-Storr and Terry Rolle-
Arthur; adopted daughter, Sheila McPhee; three brothers, Elder
William, Cornelius and Bishop Hartman Rolle; two sisters, Lillian
- and. Naomi McKenzie; 33 grandchildren, Lawanda, Philip Jr.,
Phileze, Lanese, Katrina, Corey, Cyprianna, Keneisha, Danica,
Teia, Ozzette, Najee, Kera, Santana, Shanae, Neulon Jr., Tempest,
Tiaja, Sharanda, Patrick Jr., Amad, Italia, Omar, Akeeme, Megan,
Brittany, Robyn, Jeffery, Aneka, Ventroy, Shantell, Dellarese and
Jamal; 12 great grandchildren, Jayden, Ka'Vaughnte, Corrine, -
La'Vaughnte, D'nae, Ej., Judah, Ventrol Jr., Tremere, Kayaan,
Zyunique and Trenique; godchild, Keisha Rolle; two sons-in-law,
Rev. Dr. George Kelly and Oswald Dean; nieces and nephews, Rev
and Mrs. Irvin Clarke, Deaconess Judy Munroe, David, Carmetta,
Rachel, Robert, Neuzia, Euthlee, Rochelle, Simeon, Allan Jr.,
Neville, Patrenella, Everette, Glenroy, Bernadette, Jennifer, Dwayne,
Jeffrey, Veronica, Sybil, Eulease, Bernice, Drueillia, Jocelyn,
Rosalie, Cornelius Jr., Otis, Ricardo and Randy Rolle, Leon and
Enamae Flowers, Lester, Moses, Perry, Earnest, Tyrone, Princess, .
_ Yvonne, Nadine, Willard, Alfred, Brian, Duke, Val, Kezie, Sally,
_Geraldene, Zenola, Millicent and Arnette McKenzie, Terrance,
Magnola, Gwendolyn Lloyd and family, Alvara Moultrie, Nora
Stuart, Emily, Alfreda, Nathan, Nettimae and Sadie Munnings and
family; four daughters-in-law, Jennifer, Joan, Michelle and Bernice
Rolle; three brothers-in-law, Poitier Lloyd, Lawrence Taylor and
Wellington Charlton; seven sisters-in-law, Sarah, Essie and Pamela
Rolle, Jullietta Charlton, Carrimae Curry, Laura Taylor and Caroline —
| Munnings; host of other relatives and friends including Rev. Cedric
Smith and family, Rev. Franklyn McKenzie and family, Rev. Irvin
Clarke and family, Rev. Leslie Curtis and family, Rev. Charles W.
Saunders and family, Rev. Ivan F. Butler and family, Rev. Simeon .
: Hall and family, Livingston Smith and family, Carol Cleare,.Roland
Ferguson, Jacinth Taylor, Ethlyn Rolle and family, Luther and ©
Thelma Rolle, Brandon and Enisca Jones of Freeport, Sonia Hanna, .
Lorna Alexander, Kermit, Randy and Rosie Smith, Lay Miniser
Viola Deveaux, William Newbold, Hanna Brice and familly, Jestina -
Neely and family, Majorie Nixon and family, Angela Rolle, and
the Curtis, Stuart Manor and Alexander families.



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The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Ramsey,
Exuma on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and at the
church on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 9






































FREEPORT NASSAU
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312 3 P.O. Box CB-12072

Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 » Fax: (242) 373-3005

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

BABY CAMILLO |
ALEXANDER SWEETING,
SIX WEEKS

Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 » Fax: (242) 340-8034

of Rupert Dean Lane, will be held on Sunday,
December 17th, 2006 at the Southern Cemetery,
| Cowpen and Spikenard Road.

He is survived by his Mother: Candi Bain, Father:
Renaldo Sweeting, One Brother: Renaldo
Sweeting, Grand Parents: Cynthia Sweeting,
Geoffrey Rahming Sr., Wayde Bain and Marilyn
Bain, Great Grand Parent: Joyce Sweeting, Aunts:
Dominique and Britney Bain, Quanesha Pickering
and Roan Bain, Uncles:. Avery Sears and Wayde
Bain Jr., Other Relatives and Friends including:

- Pauline, Dorette, Virginia Sawyer, Brenda Hachett,
Sandra, Hazel Sears, Beneby, Pandora Rolle, Susan
Smith, Louise Johnson, Marilyn Rolle, Dereck,
Neville, Sammy, and Barron Bain, Patrick, James,
William, Charles, and Lloyd Ingraham, Jeremiah
Rolle, Charles Marcline, Woney Bain, Wildera,
Darmen, Brian, Krystal, Anton Ingraham, Dennis,
Sharon, Simone Sawyer, Devin, Sharon Beneby,
Tanya, Indera, Dereck Jr., Ronique, Jamal, Javarill,
Javet, Moreno, Vernon, Tahi, Stacey, Nevil Jr.,
Miguel, Eniry Bain Jr., Corey, Cody, Colby
Cartwright, Niketa, Nigel Jr., Nikito Burrows,
Nevette Burrows, Marvette, Marva Ferguson, Roy
Anna Moss, Carel Jr., Cladesha, Claudet Johnson,
Catherine, Linda, Judy, Monica, Evon, Shanel,
Evette, Raymond, B. J., Abby, Maquel, and others
too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at |
Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium
Ltd. on Saturday from 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p. m.
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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






CALVIN NAVERN
KEMP JR., 66




HELD ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th,












WAY, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.



Left to cherish his fond memories are his Wife: Terrecita Rose Kemp; Sons:
Kevin Navern Kemp and John Trevor Kemp; Brothers: John, Stanmitz,
Wilton, Preston and Garnet Kemp; Sisters: Janeth Donahue, Margaret
Cunningham, and Ellen Kemp; Aunt: Rev. Levinia Stuart; Nephews: John,
Ricardo, Orlando, Jason, Reginald Saunders, Calvin Wilton James, Shanga,
Jonathan, and Whitney; Nieces: Patrice Gibson, Tanya Scavella, Portia McCoy,
Kimberly Adderley, Shanell, Chantell, Carla, Quinnae and Britney Kemp; In-








Andros, Loretta Stubbs & Family of Fresh Creek, Alfred “Milo” Stubbs &
Family, Thomas Curry & Family, Alfred Jarret & Family of Nassau, Lorelda
Burrows & Family of Nassau, Mary Smith & Family of Miami, Florida,




Donna Douglas & Family of Orlando, Zack Francis & Family of Ft. Lauderdale,











Wilkinson, Vangy, Trudy and Cynthia; Cousins: Rev. Alfred Stuart, Rev.

family, Leslie & Carmelina Burrows & family, Richard & Rev. Bessie Dean
& family of Hatchet Bay, Kenneth “Congo Man” Kemp, Commodore Butch

& Iris Hepburn & family, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Johnson & family of Toronto,
Canada, Mrs. Coraine Rolle & family, Sylvia‘ Matthews & family of New
York, the Coakley family of Nassau, Canada & New York, the Johnson and










McQueens family of Hatchet Bay, Rev. Eric Johnson & family, Rev. Leroy
Carey & family, Bill Albury & family, Rev: Lambert Farrington & family,

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR

: & family, Garnet Kemp & family, Mr. & Mrs. Leanna Bain & family, Frankie
i & Katharina Durahan & family, Mr. & Mrs. Steven Johnson & family, the
! Cambridge family, Uric Dean & family, Leroy Bell, Lona Kemp & family,
: Sylvia Bethel & family, George Cambridge & family, Rev. Lambert Farrington
: : & family, Curley Aranaha & family, Wendy Wallace & family all of Nassau,

OF #104 C, PALM CLUB, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF |: Bay, Cora Hutchison of Nassau, Rhona Pinder of Hatchet Bay; Friends: Mr. ©
HATCHET BAY, ELEUTHERA WILL BE : Philip Bethel & family of Eleuthera, Oscar & Edith Thompson & family, Mr.
: & Mrs. Oswald Brown & family, Dr. & Mrs. Daswell Coakley & family, Hon.
q 2006 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE PRO- : Maurice E. Moore & family, C.A. Smith & family, Cannon Harry & Mrs. Ann

sy CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING, ! Bain & family, Senator, Hon. Caleb Outten, Dashville Williams, Mr. Lawrence

EAST ATLANTIC DRIVE & PIONEER’S : McIntosh & family, Ms. Ugie Turnquest & family, Mrs. Patsy Roberts &
: family, Mrs. Olive Henfield & family, Ms. Carolyn Hanna & family, Arch

OFFICIATING WILL BE THE REV’D : Deacon Cornel Moss, Mrs. Ethlyn Major & family, Olga Culmer & family,

CANON HARRY BAIN — RECTOR; : Mary Morris & family, Sonny Martin & family, Violet Johnson & family, Les.

ASSISTED BY: ARCHDEACON CORNELL MOSS, THE REV’D. CANON : & Palm Gibby & family of the United Kingdom, Headley Forbes & family,

WINFIELD GOODRIDGE AND_ THE REV’D. TELLISON GLOVER. : Valeria Culmer & family, Pedro Perpall & family, Mr. Reg Smith, Mr. George

INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL : Smith, Office Staff of Palm Club, Queens Cove family, Mr. Craig Woods &

PARK, FROBISHER DRIVE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. : Bahamas Film Commission & staff, Churchill Tenner Knowles & family, Mr.
i Harvey Tynes & family, Norris R. Carroll & family, Terence R.H. Gape,
: Neville Wilchcombe II, Ruth Bowe-Darville & Family, Dr. Iva Dahl-Brown
: & family, Elaine Sands & family, Mrs. Kirklyn Moody, Mrs. Eva Schaffner
: & family, Naomi Seymour & family, Albert & Jackie Gray & family, Oscar
: Porter & family, Roger Johnson & family, H. Rudy Sawyer, Bradford Johnson
i & family, Kevin & Sandra Russell, Sanford & Mary Culmer & family, Sandra
: Dressler & family of New York, Victoria Russell & family, Sarah Forbes &
i: family, Harriett “Baby” Johnson & family; Chenena Gibson & family, Greg
Laws: Mr. & Mrs. Basil Neymour & Family, Mable Stubbs of Fresh Creek; :
i Staff of Cool 96, Management & Staff of Dupuch & Turnquest & Co.,
: Management & Staff of Becky’s Restaurant, Management & Staff of Geneva’s,
i Management & Staff of 3 J’s, Management & Staff of Rebo Jewelry,
Kingsley Williams of Miami, Florida, Inspector Kenrey Stubbs & Family, i

: the family of The Pro Cathedral of Christ the King, and the Masonic Family
Billie Brown & Family of Nassau, the Wilkinson family, Vernon “Boy” : of Harmony Lodge #25 of Grand Bahama; Numerous Other Friends and

: Relatives including: Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister, Hon. Obie ‘
Timothy Stuart, Rev. Father Gilbert Thompson, and Rev. Kirklyn Bethel, all- | Wilchcombe, M.P. & Minister of Tourism, Hon. Alfred Sears, M.P., Minister
of Nassau, Hon. Alvin Smith, Member of Parliament for North Eleuthera & :
Mrs. Nettie Smith & family, Dr. Philip Thompson, Beverley Kemp & Family, :

: Bridgewater, M.P., Hon. Ann Percentie-Russell, M.P., Sen. Hon. Dr. Marcus
Dr. & Mrs. Calsey Johnson & family of Nassau, Adrian & Viola Johnson &: :

:; .Bethel, Minister of Energy and The Enviroment,.Sen. Hon. Dr. B.J..Nottage,
: Minister of Health, Hon. Fred Mitchell, M.P., Minister of Foreign Affairs,
: Lillian Williams & family of Nassau, Natasha Burrows & family, the Isaac .
Scavella & family, Mrs. Lida Scavella & family, Sheila Brown Thomas of ; family of Nassau, Ethlyn Stuart & family, Franklyn Wilson & Family of
Abaco, Mrs. Rose Wood & family, Val Wring & family, Mrs. Florence Scavella . :

& family, Mrs. Lorna Dean & family, Mr. Campbell Dean & family, Clyde

:~ Law School, Annie Pinder, Linclon & Heather Strachan & family, Gurney &
: Debbie Armstrong & family, Arthur Jones, Staff of Scotiabank Freeport
: Branch, Pat Saunders, Annis Pinder & the Pinder family, Cabrina Adderley,
Kemp family of Hatchet Bay, the Bethel family, the Pinder family and the : the Grand Bahama P.L.P. Women’s Branch, Michelle Reckley. & family,
: Leonora Kemp, Gloria Archer & Family, Mr. & Mrs Oswald Cuffy, and the
: business community of Freeport. ee ee
Rev. Spence Pinder & family, Craig Farrington & family, all of Hatchet Bay, : :
Rev. Leon Johnson & family, Pat Paul & family, the Farrington family of | VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “IRENIC SUITE” OF RESTVIEW
Hatchet Bay and Nassau, Eddilie Johnson & family, Doc Stuart & family, :
Rev. Delbirth Bethel & family, Sidney Bethel & family, Marina Sands &
family, Hycienth Saunders & family, Alma Cartwright & family, Wilfred :
Coakley & family, Hosea & Bobby Adderley & family, Dr. Alfred & Vivian :
Brathwaite & family, Pam, Leslie & Minkie Isaacs, Whyatt Johnson & family, :
Stephen “Gabo” Coakley & family, Ellen Serville & family, Kenneth Kemp :

_THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES





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

Dr. & Mrs. John Coakley of Canada, Mrs. Terrecita Carey & family of Hatchet

Christie & family, Management & Staff of Atlantic Realty, Management &

Management & Staff of The Ministry of Tourism both Freeport and Nassau,

of Education, Sir Clement T. Maynard & family, Hon. Pleasant M.M.

Nassau, Sean McSweeney and Family, Keith & Yvette McSweeney, Erskin
& Lula Gray & Family of Nassau, Student Association of Eugene Dupuch

MEMORIAL MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST
CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY FROM. |
10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M AND ON SATURDAY AT THE CHURCH FROM
9:30 A.M. TO SERVICE TIME.
THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES



FREEPORT
11A Edst 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

DOROTHY LOUISE
BARNETT, 81.

OF PELICAN POINT, GRAND

GRAND BAHAMA.




POINT, GRAND BAHAMA.

She is predeceased by her Husband: Louis Barnett; Parents:

Pinder.

One adopted son: Kenneth Laing; One Adopted Daughter:

Henford Carey and Larry Tucker; One sister: Emily Stuart:

McAuthur Bailey, Curtis Pinder, Jathan, Jarvis, Decaris,
Andrew, Olivia, Jamaal, Rodney Jr., Rashad:and Rodniqua,
DeShane, Byron and Allison Barnett, Franklyn Cooper,

me aN SERVICE FOR

: Kellie Laing; Seven Grand daughters-in-law: Sabrina
: Brennen, Lisa Bowe, Naomi, Wendy, and Onica Pinder,
: | Nicole Barnett and Melinda Cooper; Three Grandsons-
OF HIGH ROCK, GRAND :
BAHAMA AND FORMERLY :



Lewis; Thirty-one Great-grandchildren: Robert and
: Robertha Sweeting, Antonio and Amelia Hall, Brandon

BAHAMA WILL BE HELD ON : Brennen, Acquell, Randolph Jr., Arial and Alia Seymour,

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th, |
2006 AT 11:00 AM AT St. |
MATTHEW’S. BAPTIST :

CHURCH, PELICAN POINT, | 2US é
: Julian Barnett and Kiarsha Lewis; One great grandson-

Ashomy, Tyrone, Kirklyn, Chandra, Chad, Chantia, Britney,

OFFICIATING WILL BE REV. |
LAWRENCE PINDER; ASSISTED BY: REV. PAUL |
MULLINGS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW IN THE |

PELICAN POINT PUBLIC CEMETERY, PELICAN :
: Pinder and family, Lily Hield, Linda Riley and family,

Rhetta Newman and family, Emmanuel Baptist Prayer
Group, Geleta Knowles and family, Clifton Cooper and

Jathan and Margaret Heild-Laing; Brothers: Oreal and :

Urias Laing; Grand children: Sean B d Hartley |
sg Co Se ee, ? Chootosingh, Sheila Johnson-Smith, Lorraine Newbold,

: Supt. Mott-Jones of Royal Bahamas Police Force, Calvin

Left to cherish her memories are her Nine children: Maria :
Brennen, Willamae Bowe, Rosemary Pinder, Gary, Godfrey, :
Rodney, I d Beverley Barnett, and R Carey; : : yuty ;

ie 7 Ge AAG : family, Devincia Rahming and family, Ruby Outten and
‘| Toni Barnett-Evans; Five daughters-in-law: Jeane Bailey- :
Barnett, Helen, Beverly S.and Alice Barnett, and Suezette :

| F -in-law: G B 1 P : :
sing; Four sons Anlaw: George Brmmen, Clifford Finder, : Bridgewater, MP, and family, Beulah Thomas and family,
Two brothers: Benjamin and Enos Laing of New ; Cheryl Rolle and family, The BORCO family, The Freeport

Providence; Four Sisters-In-law: Victoria, and Betty Laing, | Container Port (especially the finance/operations dept.),

Gladys Barnett, and Iris Williams of New Providence: : The Hield families of Grand Bahama, Staff of Sandilands
Caretaker: Louicilia Louis; Thirty-six Grandchildren: |

Michelle and Barrington Brennen, Randolph Seymour, :
Monique, Stanley and Craig Bowe, Curtis, Clifford Jr., and ;
Clinton Pinder, Cassandra Blaylock, Garrington, Webster,

Vandei Tina Barnett, Th 3

anderson and Tina Barnett, Theresa Jadorte, Clea and | SUITE” OF RESTVIEW MEMORIAL MORTUARY &
: CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD,
: FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY FROM
Kimber! ‘sterli : 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND AT THE CHURCH ON
Burniberdy Lewis, Henrietta Catey, Ctisterling, Krystle and | SATURDAY FROM 9:30 A.M UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 11






NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Taleohone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034













in-law: Ronald Blaylock Sr., Justin Jadorte Sr. and Ernest







Christian Bowe, Sheneira Brown, Romeko, Chavargo,





Cyle, Ronald Blaylock Jr., Ciera,Tristan and Jayda Pinder,
Justin and Tibberley Jadorte, Carrington, Jamaal Jr, and






in-law: Merrill Brown; One great-great grandchild:
Kassidy Brown; Other Relatives & Friends: Cecilia Cooper
and family, Matilda Andrews and family, Hazel Baillou
and family, Odetta Cooper and family, Rev. Lawrence







family, Henry Cooper and family, Eric Baillou and family,
Audley Feaster, John Martin and family, Barbara





Parker and family, C. A. Smith and family, Honorable
Kenneth Russell, MP, and family, Kendal Duncombe and
family, Larry Robinson and family, Deloris Moncur and







family, Collins Hield and family, Doris Knowles and family,
Granville Lewis and family, Cecelia Gilbert and family,
Leonard Laing and family, Deanne Jones, Pleasant









Hospital especially Staff of Thompson’s Ward,
Moore’s Island and Watercay, the Laing families of Grand
Bahama and Abaco and the entire East End Community.





VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “SERENITY







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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES ~

Bemeritte’ s Huneral ome |

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY —
MARKET STREET ¢ P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782



Semi Military Service for
Retired Sgt. 633
AUSTIN DUNCOMBE, 58 |:

Tynes.



ame ) Drive.

Left to cherish her memory are, mother: Victoria Smith; mother- :
in-law, Nollie Higgs; father-in- law, Herman Higgs; adoptive

fathers,

Leonard Minns and Mitchell Turnquest; sons, Hanklyn, Gerard :
and Anthony; daughters, Indira and Indishsa; ‘brother, Anthony :
Smith;sisters, Agatha and Ellen; brothers-in-law,Timothy, Micheal, :
Samuel and Andrew Higgs, Bryan and Ian Bain; sisters-in-law, : >,
Hermantte, Christine and Sallymae Higgs, Sharon, Deborah, ; zig
Courtnell and Tania Bain; grand children, Ashlee, Aaryn, Tonzia, :

: Cowpen and Spikenard Road.
Agatha, Wanda, Marsha, Jennifer, ‘Rev. Evelin Gooding and }
Essemay Barr from Ft Lauderdale Florida, Prince Albert from :

Kai, Jermaine and Ashante; cousins, Etta Smith, Elvira, Joyce,

California, Carol, Keith, Dale, Chris, Sharon and Brian; nieces
and nephews, Victoria Smith, Dion, and Seari knowles, Kareem,
Corey and Peter Bowe, Dominic Nicole and Damien Kikivarakis,
Pratt, Tyler and Trenton Seymour, Keisa and Ireland Knowles,
Dreson and Sean Knowles Jr. and Kareem Bowe Jr.;

especially C.A Hutchinson, Mr. Paul Farquharson Commissioner

Thompson, The Comfort Zone, Sinclair Cartwright, Mr.Charlton,

family including John (Timer), Joycelyn, Winifred and Norma,
Camille, Tokenya Fox and family, Delva, Tanya, Tasha, Patrice,
Oris and Vonne Marshall, Mr Fernander, The Wilson family, The

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

a resident of Johnson Road ae
formerly of Deadman's Cay Long :
Island, will be held at St. Barnabas :
Anglican Church, Baillou Hill and :
Wulff Roads, on Saturday at 2:00 : -
p.m. Officiating will be Canon Basil : |

Interment follows in: | —
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK : | ©



community, Eleuthera community especially Harbour island, Grand
: Bahama community and a host of 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
from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

MICHEL
JOSEPH, 35

a resident of Constitution Drive &
formerly of Port A Paix, Haiti, will
be held at Bethesda Faith Ministries |
International. Independence

Shopping Center, Harold Road, on
Saturday December 16th, 2006 at
11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
Idez E. Laroda, assisted by Minister
Alexander Laroda. Interment
follows in Southern Cemetery,



Left to cherish his memory are his special friend, Betty Dorvas;

: 1 daughter, Melissa Naika Joseph; sisters, Yvana, Elda, Davuiela,
: Kerlande, Odette and Sandra Joseph and Micheline Belfort; brothers,
: Emest and Yve Joseph and Dino Fisque; aunts, Louisiane and
Keino and Nichate Marshall, Shadae and Shandira Bain, Tanicia :

Juliana Joseph both of Haiti, Virginie Joseph of Miami and Mm

: Manno Georges of Haiti; uncles, Janus and Oreste Joseph both of
friends :
including, Mr Errington Rahming "MBE" President and the :
members of the Royal. Bahamas Police Force retired officers.

Miami, Dejeune and Manus Joseph and Dumercy Maxime of
Miami; cousins, Fruno, Francillon, Tsienet, Reynold and Emanuel

: Nicolas, Kenson, Rodrique and Raymond Georges, Grogance
+ Rock, Senel, George and Lavina Joseph, Wisler Rock, Wisly,
of Police and the Royal Bahamas Police Force, especially Chief :
Superintendent McCoy, Rhonda Duncombe, Pastor Waiter Hanchell :
and the peoples assembly church and family, Shakey, Miss Irene

Rend and Rubert Dorval, Marc, Eve and Yvon Joseph, Adrien and
Leocarl Charles, Linda Aritis, Wisler Rock, Herard Cajusle,
Jacqueline Charles, Fernando Fernand, Kettly, Yvrose Joseph,

: Guerline Dorval, Yvette, Roseline, Eddeine, Sophonic and Jeanine
The Johnson Road family including Brenda Brown, The Grand :
Prize Bar family, Ruth Brown and family, Mr Edmund Strachan :
and family, Shelly Fernander and family, Rosnell Capron and :
family, The Quackoo St. family especially Anjelica, The Turnquest: :

Joseph, and Mariane Gelur; nephews, John Bedly and James Kelly
Derisma, Wilson Gelin, Vladimir Momperousse, Friko Duverce,
Marke Valentino St. Ipmon and Juvence Paul; nieces, Sandra
Momperousse and Anne-Leura Joseph; motherin-law, Centenaire

? Chernelus; bother-in-law, Mates St. Ipmon, Wiolson Pierre and
: Limage Momperousse, other relatives and friends including, Wilner
: Nixamar, Eveline, Anne Rose, Mn. Gustave, Makenson, Mrs. Elie
Miller family, The Bowe family, The Johnson family, Claramae }
Strachan and family, Darmeeko, Franz, Julian, Nicknell, Kevin, |
Chadston, The entire Rock Crusher Road community, Special :
Thanks to, Bahamas Meter Cab, Top Notch Builders and The :
Ministiy of Education Security Department especially Mr. Garth :
| Johnson and Mr. Farrington, Long Island community, Exuma |

Sumeus, Tison Edmond Roman.

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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REV. DR. ORNAN
AZARIAH PRATT, 89



















Cemetery, Meeting Street.





















































Demeritie’s Funeral Home

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-FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

: family, Bishop Michael and Rev. Hilda Symonette and family, Pastors,
: Officers and Members of the St. John's Native. Baptist Society of
: Churches, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Francis and the First Baptist Family,
: Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith and Mt. Horeb Baptist family, Mother

a resident of South Street and formerly
of New Bight, Cat Island, will be held :
_at St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, ;
Meeting Street, on Sunday December :
17th, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. Officiating :
will be Rev. Dr. Michael C.
Ss tte, and Rev. Dr. Carri i ; : : : Pages
Spe agente othe: oe feos : family, Pastors Felix and Cyprianna Rolle and the New Birth Ministries
of the gospel. Interment follows in St.
John's Native Bapti thedral ; eet :

ohn's Native Babine Geleds : (Purdue, Virginia), Incarnation Episcopal Church (Miami, Fla.), Christ
i The King Anglican Church (Freeport G.B.), Rev. Dr: Roland Hamilton,
_Dr. Perry Gomez, Rev. Dr. William Thompson, pastors, officers and
~ members of the National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention,

Rev. Jerome Pratt; one daughter - Mrs. Stephanie Seymour; four i Rev. Dr. Samuel Greene, pastors, officers and members of the Bahamas

daughters-in-law, Rosa, Virginia, Ruth and Karen; one son-in-law, Keith }
Seymour; grandchildren, Brian, Mitchell, Jacqueline and J. Edward :
Pratt; stepgrandchildren, Keon, Ryan and Marsha Hewitt; brothers and :
sisters-in-law, Dec. Hexon and Deaconess Palma Pratt, Alton and i

Clofield Pratt, David and Millicent Pratt and Bloneva Pratt; numerous: Eugene Patton and family, Rev. and Mrs. Ellerston Smith and family,

nieces and nephews including, Deaconess Sheila and Patrick Seymour Dec. and Mrs. Lindsey Williamson and family, Dec. and Mrs. Huel

and family, Deaconess Elsaida and Nathaniel Porter and family, : Moss and family, Dec. and Mrs. Nehemiah Cooper and family, Deaconess
Deaconess Mavis Butler and family, Henry and Lorraine Curry and |
family, Rev. Ekron and Julia Pratt and family, Wendel and Miriam Pratt :
and family, Louise Davis and family, Shirley Curry and family, Derain :
and Francell Pratt, Charles Pratt and family, Dr. Godfrey, Matthian and i
Joy, Vandyke and Latoya, Candace, Elaine and Yvonne Pratt, Dr. Paula :

and Averille Mortimer and family, Beryl Armbrister, Pamela Knowles, Johnson and family, Bro. Stafford and Sis. Sadie Moss and family, Sis.

Hannah Dames and family, Greg, Mario, Marilyn, Janet, David Jr., : Helena Morley-Thompson and family, Minister and Mrs. Ezra Dean

Ornan, Bradley, Beverley and Carla Pratt; other relatives and friends | and family, Bro. Norman and Sis. Wordel Dean and family, Mr. Mercilien
including, Rev. Prince Hepburn and family, Missionary Firstena Christie
-and family, Dec. Berlin and Ruth Pratt and family, Rev. Garnet and }
Henrietta Rolle and family, Falcon and Jean Pratt and family, Ellerton :
and Veronica Pratt and family, Mother Marina Fernander and family, :
Euloise Hart and family, Florence Bonaby and family, Sylvia Pratt and i
family, Madline Gray and family, Dr. Davidson Hepburn and family, :
Dorothy King and family, Gertrude Dames and family, Pearlimae : 1 ; : : Soe
hMogiies ad family, Virginia Mortimer and family, Mary Smith | Phi Alpha Fraternity, Boys and Girls Brigade Associations, the-Star of
(U.S.A.) and family, Pearlene Johnson and family, Rebecca Smith and :

family, Arlene Ching and family, Sis. Florida Young and family, Mother : Freeport Primary School family, North Anna Nuclear Power Station of

Bessie Colebrooke and family, Lean Poitier, Laura Williams and family, ; Virginia, U.S.A., U.S. Postal System, U.S. Customs and Border Protection,

Ethlyn Mortimer and family, Ida and Mozell Ingram (U.S.A.) and family, : Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the entire Devil's Point and

Bishop and Mrs. Benjamin Gibson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd : New Bight, Cat Island communities.
Delancy and family, Angela Archer and family, Bro. Glinton and Deloris | _ .
Fernander and family, Lorraine Knowles, Dr. Patricia Pratt, Deborah :
Mortimer, Janet Johnson and Edna Russell and family, Charlene and :
Rodney Stuart and family, Ruth and Carlton Neilly and family, Evangelist {
Kim and Sean Saunders, Naomi Johnson and family, Julie Thompson, :

E . hn . . . :
rica Johnson and family, Lulamae and Gameliel (godchild) Grey and | Educational Fund @ St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, P.O.Box N-

-and the New Destiny Baptist family, Bishop and Mrs. Mitchell Jones

Left to cherish his fond memory are his faithful and devoted wife of 56
years, Mother Catherine Pratt; four sons, Arthur, Virgil, Samuel and :

ip family, Sis. Velma Butler and family, Yvette Butler (godchild) and : 4343

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 13

Lavinia Stuart and the New Mt. Zion Baptist family, Rev. and Mrs.
Robert Colebrooke and the St. Paul Baptist family, Rev. and Mrs. T.
G. Morrison and the Zion Baptist family, Bishop and Mrs. Neil Ellis
and the Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Baptist family, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Timothy
Stuart and the Bethel Baptist family, Bishop and Mrs. Delton Fernander

and the New Annex Baptist family, Rev. and Mrs. Clinton Minnis and

family, Pastor and Mrs. Hugh Roach and the Seventh-Day Adventist
family, Father and Mrs. Bernard Been, Zion Baptist Church family

Christian Council, Rev. and Mrs. Hervis Bain Jr. and family, Rev. and
Mrs. Reginald Ferguson and family, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Garth Greene
and family, Rev. and Mrs. Stanley DaCosta and family, Rev. Levi
Charlton and family, Rev. Leroy Delaney and family, Rev. and Mrs.

Marion Brown and family, Deaconess Jacquelyn Cox and family,
Deaconess Hetcema Williams and family, Deaconess Amanda Colebrooke
and family, Deaconess Petril Rolle and family, Deaconess Vernetta
Armbrister and family, Deaconess Florinda Williams and family, Sis.
Orelia Smith and family, Sis. Fredericka Butler and family, Sis. Melvina

Cica (Nor) and family, Mr. Ferice Fortilien (Pancho) and family, The
entire membership of St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, Bro. Don
King and family, Cardinal and Hope McCardy and family, Mrs. Shirley
Seymour and family, David and Naomi Lewis and family (Jamaica),
Helen Guyther and family (Virginia, U.S.A.), The Bahamas Union of
Teachers, Teachers and Salaried. Workers Cooperative Credit Union,
Department of Education, former colleagues and students, The Alpha

the Bahamas Charity Guide #35, the Back To The Island Singers,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the
church from 10 a.m. until service time on Sunday.

In liew of flowers donations may be sent to the Rev. Dr. O.A. Pratt



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| Denesha, and Deanne; numerous nieces and nephews | —
: including, Nursing officer Sharon Anderson, Diana |

: Saunders, Emestine Miller, Kathleen Brice, Oriela |.
' and Fiona Delancey, Sergeant 1980 Dwayne Delancey,

a resident of Palm Breeze :
Road off Carmichael Road |
& formerly of George Town, |
Exuma, will be held at :
Mission Baptist Church, Hay :
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 :
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. :
Dr. R.E. Cooper Jr., assisted by Other Ministers. |

Int t follows in Lakeview M i
einer ee a smgne) Gardens, : Ornesha, Beatrice, Octavia and Nicky Ferguson, all

i of Florida, other relatives and friends including,

Precious memory will forever be cherished by those :
remaining who loved her so much, 5 daughters, Audrey, :
Joan and Severna, Rosemary Duncombe and Elizabeth |
Penn; 5 sons, Granville Jr., Jeffery, Gregory, Tyrone :
and Derrick; 3 daughters in-law, Antoinette, Patricia, :
and Sharon Beneby; 3 sons-in-law, Gregory Duncombe :
Sr., Arnold Penn, and Wellington Ferguson Sr. ; 3 |
sisters, Pearline Gayle of Florida, Christine Hepburn : Wallace, Jocelyn Rolle, BTC - Operator
and Terecita Mitchell of Freeport; 2 brothers, Richard |
Mitchell Sr., and Elisha Marshall of Florida; 3 sisters- :
in-law, Cynthia Marshall, Nora Beneby and Hazel : ee :
Richards of Miami Florida; 2 bathe’ ta lay: James | and members of South Beach Union Baptist Church,
Capron of George Town, Exuma and: Mortis Hepburn: : Monsignor Alfred Culmer, Hon. Leslie O. Miller M.P.,
34 grandchildren, Ryan, Charmaine, Francita, Shakira, :
Garvin, Graneika, Chantel, Nadia, Natalya, Juliana, :
Glenroy, Tyrone Jr., Antoneia, Derrick Jr., Dominic, :
Gregory Jr., Candice, and Osbourne Beneby, DeCarlos |
Munroe; Cyrus, Cynira and Daniel Mott, Kinyada }
Morris, Leonardo, Devaughn, Wellington Jr., Brittney |
and Ahmad Ferguson, Able Seaman Taren Hanna :
(B.D. F.), Gregory Duncombe Jr., Michael, Sabria and :
Sanchez Penn and Michael Knowles Jr.; 17 great- |
grandchildren, Akarein, Demasio, Duane Jr., Aidan, |
Cyrinique, Nathan, Simone, Kinyada Jr., Komani, :
Jacan, Deshinique, Paris, Dejon, Javan, Dironya, |

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Norman Saunders, Sandra Hanna and family, Denise
Rolle and family, Mekel Gray, Theresa and Ricardo
Capron, Stephen Rolle, Leon, Patrice, Renee and
Rochelle Mitchell, Terry, Tonya, Tranae, Scherina,
Eleisha, Valencia and Elisha Marshall III and Donnalee
Ferguson, all of Miami Fl..Barbara Nienes, Tericita |
Roberts and family, Indira, Ishka, and Kristen, Michael,

Craig, Khlaas, and Mauricio; grand nieces and grand
nephews including, Tarnisha Clarke and family,

Patience Forbes and family, Cleomi Charlow, Carolyn
Cooper, Andra Murray, Blanche Sands, Miriam
Wallace, Josephine McKinney, Maria Robinson, Mavis
Smith, Charese Sands, Sandra Rolle, Marge Cox,
Deborah Gittens, Alda Tynes, Earlymae McPhee and
family, Lithera Pratt, Carol Brown, Rowena Ferguson
and family, Natalie Taylor and family, Marjorie.

Services/Treasury Managementl/Wireless Services,
Atlantis Dinner Reservations, staff of Trauma and
Female Medical I, P.M.H., Pastor Wilton McKenzie

Anthony Moss M.P., Paulette and Advira Taylor,
Deborah Balfour & The entire Exuma community,
Commonwealth Masons and O.E.S.. Miriam Chapter
#793, Dr. Virginia Samuels of Columbia South
Carolina, caregiver Marguerite, and the Mission Baptist
Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's
Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-7:00
p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from
10:00 a.m. until service time.
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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

HARTLEY
PINDER SR., 83

will be held on Saturday,
December 16, 2006 at.9:00
a.m. at Church of The Good
Shepherd, Pinder's Point,
Grand Bahama. Officiating
iwill be Fr. Norman
Lightbourne, assisted by Fr.

| Curtis Robinson, Fr. Oswald 9
Pinder Jr. and Fr. Denrick “
Rolle. Interment will be made
in Grand Bahama Memorial Park, Settler's nee Freeport,
| Grand Bahama.

Left to mourn are his wife, Mary Hilton Pinder: sons,
| Hartley Jr., Gary Pinder and Andrew Moss; daughters,
Sherill Bowen of Fort Lauderdale, Sheila Pinder, Harlene
Saunders, Judy Barry, Andrea Pinder, Valarie Evans,
Karen Pinder and Ann Marie Coakley; one sister, Dorcas
Pindar, one sister-in-law, Hazel Pinder; one brother-in-
law, Langton Hilton of Nassau; two sons-in-law, Ivan

Saunders Sr. and Ian Evans of Virginia; two daughters-

in-law,. Iris Pinder of Nassau and Sonia Moss;
grandchildren, Winston Townsend Jr., Anita Parrish,
Lascells and Patrick Townsend of Fort Lauderdale, John,
Nadia and Matthew Pinder of Nassau, Leesa Colebrook
of Nassau, Tai, Tiffany Pinder of Nassau and Tracey
Pinder of Fort Lauderdale, Vaughn, Ivan Jr., Rafael and
Austin Saunders, Natasha and Neil Barry, Kendal Pinder
Jr., Shrd and Ian Evans Jr., Ja'ir Stubbs, Andrew Jr.,
Andrea and Tenicia Moss; great-grandchildren, Leslie
Roberts, Alric, Alisha and Demetric Freeman of Fort
Lauderdale, Javon and Kumar Townsend, Jarell Pinder,
Leex and Deex Colebrook, Lavaughnya Saunders,
Antonya Bain, Isaiah Thomas; grandsons-in-law, Bradley
Colebrook and John Parrish and a host of other relatives

and friends too numerous to mention.

| Family will receive friends at Russell and Pinder Funeral |

| Home, Eight Mile Rock on Friday, December 15, 2006,

| from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday, December
: 16 from 7:30 a.m. to service time at the church. =

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I OBITUARY CORRECTION

The wrong photograph
~ was used with the
obituary for
MR FREDERICK
HENRY
CLARKE
in last Thursday’s
Tribune.

We apologise for this error and any
distress caused.

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Notification of Diamond Services .
for 2

MOTHER LEVETHA MERVITHA
“V. D. Veta, Vetee”’
WILLIAMSON-MOSS, 50

of #161 South Beach Drive, South Beach and formerly
of Pine Field Acklins, will be on Saturday, December
16, 2006 at 11:00am at Trinity Full Gospel Baptist
Church, Marshall Road. Senior Pastor Trevor
Williamson, assisted by Co-Pastor Sharon Williamson
will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens
Cemetery, Soldier Road

The Radiance of this “Diamond of a Gem” will always
glow in the hearts of her:
Seven Children: Police Corporal 253 Kendrick
Farquharson, Shannon Williamson of Atlanta, Ga., Vereano Charlton, Sophia Rolle, Carol,
Yvette and Muriel Moss;
Fifteen Grand Children: Kendrel, Kendrick Jr. and Kearah Farquharson, Iesha Pinder,
Sean and Shane Stubbs, Meshach and McVonya Davis, Metera Bodie, Davonte Moss,
Basilnique and Damaris Miller, Celina Moss, Clement Rolle Jr. and Nathan Blackman;
Father: Elder King Williamson; ;
Three Brothers: Pastors Trevor and Arlington Williamson and Antone Williamson;
Three Sisters: Deacons Ruthmae Sargent, Bettyann Ferguson and Minister Genevieve
Bullard;
Three Uncles: Enos Bain of Belle Glade, Florida, Evangeless and Clarence Williamson;
Eleven Aunts: Elder Queenie Rose, Eloise Stubbs, Cleomi Collie, Sylvia Gaitor, Joyce
Higgins, Joycelyn Dickens, Maria, Delroe Almonica and Clothilda Williamson Sudie
Ford of Pirates Well Mayaguana and Hartie Ford-Bain of Belle Glade, Florida;
Grand Aunts: Daisy Johnson and Francis Gaitor; .
Eleven Nephews: Edley Sargent Jr., Navarro and Zhivago Henfield, Trevor Jr., Troy,
Travis, Antone and Sheton Williamson, Pastor Leonardo Jones, Gregory Miller Jr.,
DeNairo Bullard, Minister Kenneth Bain and Sammy Laurore of West Palm Beach;
Fourteen Nieces: Carla Bain, Authorine Laurore, Juliette, Romeka and Krislyn Sargent,
Candi Henfield, Melderese Munroe, Lavette and Lovella Ferguson, Latravia and Ashley
Williamson, Chrystal Clarke, Brianne Bullard, Alexandria Woodside and Michelle Jones;
Two Daughters-in-law: Bridgette Farquharson, Katherine Williamson and Christine
Roache;
Six Brothers-in-law: Edley Sargent Sr., Milton Henfield, Pastor Lovell Ferguson, David
Bullard, Ricardo Moss and Nigel Rolle;
Seven Sisters-in-law: Pastors Sharon and Betty Williamson, Samantha Williamson,
Carolyn Rolle, Octavia Sweeting, Ethline Johnson, Toya Moss and Beatrice Ferguson;
Five: Grand Nephews;
Seven: Grand Nieces;
God Mother: Minister Marrietta Moss;
Many other loving family and friends including: Trinity Full Gospel Family, Robert
Ferguson, Gloria, Sarah and Natasha McIntosh, Pastor Elkin Symonette and the Ebenezer
Baptist Church family, Rev. Randolph Beneby and Family, “Angel” Monique Barton,
Tyman and Minister Pandora Neely, Dr. Adrian Sawyer and Team, Dr. Randolph
Brown, Dr. Joyanne Lowe, Dr. Smith-Rolle, Dr. Sarah Friday and Staff
of Princess Margaret Hospital especially the Dialysis Unit, Sherry Bullard, Igalee Miller,
Charlotte New Church, Patrons of Ferg’s Beauty Parlour, Bishop Kirkwood and First

Lady Kelly Murphy and Temple Fellowship International Ministries Family, Absolam ~

Roache and Family, Reno Deveaux and Family. Management of The Bahamas Best Water
Sports, Jim and Carol Simms of Chicago, Management and Staff of Kentucky Fried
Chicken, Pearl Deveaux-Stubbs and Family, Radisson Cable Beach Family especially
Human Resources and Stewarding Department, Detry Penn, Bertha Laing,

’

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- of #18 Cambridge Street off Nassau Street and formerly

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Gregory Morley, Basil Miller, Ridgeland Park crew especially the Mitchell Family, Tyan
Sears and Family, Mr. and Mrs. James Major. Doral Bain and Family, Ms. Green and Mrs.:
Gardiner and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curtis and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Williams,
The Miller Family, Solomon Miller, Joy Gits, Mekel Taylor and Family.

The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument
Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Friday, December 15,.2006 from 1p.m. to 6p.m. and
on Saturday, December 16, 2006 at Trinity Full Gospel Baptist Church, from 10a.m. until
service time. a Sse wh

Visit our website: www.emeraldridgemortuary.com view video tributes, sign guest
book and send condolence, sympathy, love; memories and support for the family.

MISS. WEALTHY ELIZABETH
KELLY LOWE, 68

of Current Island Eleuthera, will be on Friday, December
15,2006 at 10:00am at St. John’s Native Baptist Cathedral, -
Meeting Street. Rev. Dr. Michael C. Symonette CBE.,
JP. assisted by Rev. Dr. Hervis L. Bain Jr. MBE., JP. Will f
officiate and burial will be in the Cathedral’s Cemetery,
Meeting Street.

The Radiance of this “Diamond of a Gem” will always
glow in the hearts of her: of
Six Children: Kermit Rudolph (Billy) Walker from L.
Freeport Grand Bahama, Rodney: Astwood of Harbour
Island Eleuthera, Linda Smith Delancy, Betty Jacqueline Gittens, Portia Lowe Robinson,
Walter Charles Lowe. Pre- deceased by Ferron Kevin Gittens; — :
Grand Children: Jennifer Delancy, Fabian Gittens, Anthony Delancy Jr., Antoinette
Delancy, Woman Police Constable 3054 Kikiya Robinson, Antius Robinson, Karlica
Robinson, Jeude Robinson, Michael Astwood, Reiko Astwood, Chelores Lowe, Walter
Lowe Jr., Dashann Lowe and predeceased Walneka Lowe;

Great Grand Children: Fayleisha Gittens, Fayniqua Gittens, Jenaiya Delancy, Jeniece
Delancy, Jennette Delancy, Anthonique Delancy, Ramon Marquis;

Brothers: Rev. Edward Jackson Lowe, Archie Lowe, Cyril Lowe, Brently Lowe (deceased);
Sisters: Monica ‘Punny’ Lowe Dean, Majorie Lowe (deceased); .

Aunts: Ada Kelly and Edith Kelly (deceased);

Nieces and Nephews: Yvonne Nesbitt, Louis Hudson, Rebecca Ashe, Talmage and Nancy
Dean Jr. Grant and Vena Dean Wolfe, Dyann Dean, Chantal Nichole Dean, Dancy Dean,
Lavarnia Dean, Shereal Dean Bates, Michelle and Ian Greene and family, Tony Lowe,
Dendrick Lowe, Bianca Lowe, Lashann Lowe McKenzie, Kimiko Lowe, Janaal Lowe,
Nurse Marleen Martinborough, Antoinette Lowe Collie, Sonia, Cappucine and Dianne
Lowe, Dr. Ericka Lowe Bennette;

Cousins and other relatives: Dorothy Taylor from Freeport, Erma Dixon from Freeport
Grand Bah, Annette Wood and family, Barrett and Jenny McDonald and family, Gordon,
Oswald and Roderick Bain, Denise Bowe, Albert Kelly and family, Police Corporal 803.
Levio Braynen, Sonia, Lisa, Sheryl Bartlette, Deborah Dixon, from Freeport Grand Bah,
Carl, Lonza Dixon. Valentino and Karro Stranchan, Donathan Johnson, Shenika Nairn and
family, Mrs.Shirley Coakley and family, Melverne Johnson and family, Advilda Delancy
and family, Dolly Rahming and family, Ivan Thompson, Josephine Simons and family,
Beatrice Gwen Ferguson and family, Nancy, Ms. Emily Kemp and family member of
Current Island Eleuthera, Ethel Grant Brown and family, Derick, Junior, Ena, Eldicka,
Bernadine and Bernadette, Patrick, Debbie and Bertha Gittens and family, Mary Hanna
and family, Uncle Toy and family, and others too numerous to mention;

Daughters-in-laws: Jenny Walker and Sherlene Astwood;

Sons-in-law: Carlton L. Robinson and Anthony Delancy Sr.;

Brother-in-law: Talmage Dean Sr.;

Sisters-in-law: Eugenia Lowe and Viola Lowe;

Close Friends: Marsha Bullard, Lynwood (smash) Brown, Donathan Johnson, Shenika
Nairn The Cambridge Street Families, The Dean Street Families, The Independence Club
of St. John’s Native Baptist Cathedral, Ms. Cathleen and family, Ms. Jean and family, Ms.
Cambridge and family, Ms. and family, Paula Kemp Rolle and family, The Rosebud Road
and Baldwin Avenue families Hartman and Gloria Johnson and family, Woman Police
Sergeant 1873 Deborah-McClure and family, Woman Police Sergeant 1723 Desiree
Ferguson, Wendy Davis Kemp and family, George Robinson Sr. and family, Julia Moss
and family, Ms. Quantand members of The Bahamas Hotel Workers Credit ‘!nion, Cathrina
Chariton, Ms. Delores and The Free National Movement, of Fort Charlot! Constituency,
Staff of the former Loews’ Paradise Island Hotel and Casino. Sister Potter nd other ladies
who came and prayed with Sister Lowe, Dorothea Deleany and the Cambridge Street
neighborhood, who gave a helping hand. Order of Eastern Star Il.



The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument
Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Thursday, December 14, 2006 fror !p.m. to 6p.m.. |
and on Friday, December 15, 2006 at St. John’s Native Baptist Cathedral. om 9a.m. until #
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CD, A/C, pwr windows, excellent ie
condition, chrome rims, aS BBF #152
$6,500 OBO, BBF#i30 ama Ba wee ses : 2005 Chevy impala,
BBF #100 a 2001 F-150 $11,000, 2002 Ford Explorer, $10,500,
ds BGA Ane hones oe Call: 325-6500 or 457-2526 6cyl. A/C, CD, PAW, runs excellent, very nice, fully loaded, .



Call: 424-6747 or 325-0418

needs window,

$15,500,
Call: 434-3932 or 325-1093 Call: 857-7629 of 392-1539,"




BBF #139

1999 Chrysler Sebring
blue/green, LX, 2-dr, V6 engine, fair condition,
sold as is, mileage,
$4,500 OBO,

Call: 455-5480
best time to call after 5pm

1999 Honda Accord,
fully loaded, Ithr, auto, start kit,
18" chrome rims, pioneer set, just in from U.S.
’ immaculate condition, clean title
price $10,500 ONO
Call: 535-7040 or 364-6610

BBF #126





2002 Cherokee Jeep,
fully loaded, sunroof, JVC CD face, 12" sub
w/amp, just service

Call; 424-4850 or 393-7751,

1995 Nissan Bluebird,
A/C, CD, pwr, $3,500,
Call: 393-2667



BBFHI72 i. 1995 Chevy 1500, . BBE #169
2003 Chevy Cavalier, ;; ©, fully loaded, engine & int. BBF #140
|18" chrome rims, A/C, CD, automatic, ow mies ' in excellent condition, aha pos Nissan Sentra, — 1997 Honda Accord,
clean int. i { fully loade new tires, well maintained, 1 van
| setinn eo ONAN Senate be 2,700 OBO. Sees my ee CDI MP3 with remote. sun‘oof, Spoiler, pwr everything,





BBF #204 © ae
1994 Honda Accord,
automatic, cd player, ac, excellent condition,
asking $4,000 ONO
Call 525-2291 or 392-6127

BBF #176
1998 Honda Civic,
chrome muffler, CD, A/C, rims, standard shift,
very clean, neon lights,’

,500,
Call: 426-5339

BBF #178 ;
1998 Honda Civic,
spoiler, A/C, CD, immaculate condition, fresh:
paint job, low miles, sunroof,
$5,800 ONO,
Call: 323-1932 or 426-9862

BBF #187 -
2003 Ford Escape XLT,
83K miles, clean tiltle, just licensed,

$16,000,
Call: 324-6419 day, 361-7451, 454-1516



BBF #189

1998 Dodge Siratus,
CD, A/C, pwr everything,

$5,000,
Call: 323-4957 or 359-0560. -

BBF #190
1996 Thunderbird,

4.6 litre mustang engine, dual exhaust system,
chrome pipes, remote start, 20" chrome rims, 06
detachable face DVD player, sunroof, wired
1200 watt sound system, fully pwr, $7,000,
willing to negotiate,

Call: 323-4870 or 425-0369

2002 Lancer,
clean title, A/C, Pioneer. CD, just like new,

$6,500,
Call: 424-6705 Mr. Collie,

B
2006 Dodge Durango,
20” dodge chrome rims, grey Ithr int. 3rd row
seat, clean title never mash fully pwr, $35,000,
Call: 364-2032 or 636-5726

93
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
14K miles, clean title, white, fully loaded,

Call: 322-2316



BBF #201

2000 Sentra B15,
starts one crank, brand new, rims and
tires, $7,500 ONO
Call 324-7823 or 454-5153





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BBF #197

1997 Acura Cl,
ac, alarm, vetch, automatic, sunroof,
leather interior,
asking $5,800 ONO
Call 434-9203

BBF #198

- 2002 Chevy Tahoe,
Ithr int. TV, 20" chrome rims,
A/C, CD, fully pwr,
‘Call: 327-2009

BF #205
-1997 Buick Park Avenue,
excellent condition, black with tan interior, V6,
Remote entry, deep dish 20's
Price, $9,500 OBO )
also

1997 Cadillac Deulle, clean title; pearl white with tan

leather, plenty extras, V8, chrome rims,
asking $10,000 OBO
Call 454-4647 or 325-4329 or 434-0758

1997 Chevy Astro Van,
luxury touring, fully loaded,
asking $7,500,
Call: 392-3840

BBF #207
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo
111turbo, metallic black,

88km or 55,000 miles,
manual transmission,

Call 393-6081 9-5pm or 456-0819










BBF #202
1998 Honda Accord,
AC, automatic, cd player, sunroof, fully pwr, in
very good condition,
asking $7,500 ONO
Call 426-1951



1997 Honda Accord,
automatic, fully pwr, cd player, AC
asking $5,700,

Call 557-4932

BBF #206
1996 Chevy Trailblazer,
burgundy, excellent condition, leather interior,
cd/fm radio, running very good,
asking $6,000 ONO
Call 324-0530 or 434-5792

BBF #215
1992 Mercury Grand Marquirs,
needs TLC price $1,500 Also used parts, B13,
B14, Corolla, Windom, Surf, Prelude
Call 364-4653 or 455-3632









BBF #231
1997 Honda Civic Coupe,
standard shift, new paint job, 17” chrome rims,
runs good saves gas,

- Price $4,500
Call 328-4168 or 454-3622














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BBF #214 BBF #237
1994 Cadillac Seville, SLS
for parts or sell whole car, Also used parts, B13,
B14, Corolla, Windom, Surf, Prelude,

Call 364-4653 or 455-3632

2002 CHEVY IMPALA,
CD player, AC, clean interior,
In excellent condition
Asking $9,000.00
Call:324-7504 or 636-1993

#208
BBF #216
1994 Buick Roadmaster 350,
V8, runs great, needs TLC, price $3,500

Also used parts, B13,.B14, Corolla, Windom, .
Surf, Prelude, Call. 364-4653 or 455-3632

2006 Volkswagon Jetta,
metallic blue, 35km or 21miles, tape and cd
player, automatic transmission, brand new,
call 393-6081 9-5pm
after 50m 456-0819

BBF #217 :

1993 Toyota Paseo,
fully loaded, ac. Clean interior, well kept, runs
very great, Price $2,500
Call 422-0865 or 361-6955
Tribune Issue 38 025 Shaniyua

BBF #209



1998 Ford F-150
Lariat Edition, double cab, AC, leather interior,
22” rims, asking $13,500 ONO
Call 558-7562





BBF #213

1997 BMW 318 TI,
for parts or sell whole car Also used parts,
B13, B14, Corolla,
Windom, Surf, Prelude,
Call 364-4653 or 455-3632

BBF #218
1998 Nissan Altima,
leather interior, cd-player, ac,
fully loaded, price $7,000
Call 326-6503 or 455-1396

BF #288 BBF #246






2000 DODGE NEON, 2002 Dodge Intrepid,

Silver, Excellent condition, Sound system,
alarm, 17” aluminum rims
asking $5,000.00 OBO
~ Call’ 394-7437 or 423-8280" ~~ <-

auto financing $15,000, $1,000 back on auto
financing, all
wwe nn SS 74888: ©.







BBF #223












fully loaded, ac, cd player, pwr seats, low miles,

foo SS Call: 454-2767 or 341-8130:

THE TRIBU

RIB #904 .
2000 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
Black with grey interior
$5,000.00 OBO
Alarm, CD-and cassette player, AC,
Excellent running conditiopn, Very good buy
’ Tel: 364-7733 cell: 424-1500

BBF #219 :
2003 Subaru WRX,
8,000 miles, 1 owner, 2.01 Turbo charged 4-cyl. 5
speed, s/s turbo-back ane extra gauges, parts,

AL
* Turbo XS, Vtec ECU for WRX 02-04,
asking $750.00, godsopeed bar & plate TMIC for WRX
: 02-04 asking $400.00
_ Call 422-2104 or 393-3461












BBF #221 BBF #233
1995 Toyota Windom,
asking $3,500
Call 558-0086

: 1995 Gs300 Lexus,
leather, cd/ac, sunroof, 20” chrome rims, price
: $5,300 ONO

Christmas Sale, 1999 Hondas Accord
just in from US $8,500 ONO é
Call 324-0316 or 454-2304

BBF #234

1995 Chevy 1500, PU,
fully loaded, engine & int.
in excellent condition,

BBF #222



2002 Dodge Ram,
Traders welcome with cash, must see










to appreciate, original sports, $7,700 OBO,
Price $16,000 ono Call: 424-6701
Call 427-4037 |

1995 Mitsubishi.Evo 111,

16” 5zigon rims, spec stage 3 racing clutch,
white underglow neon lights, front and rear strut
bars, razo shift knobs & pedals, blitz blow off
valve, custom paint job, price $7,500 ONO

Call 424-2937 or 393-0313

BBF #891
d 05 F-150
excelent condition, 24" rims, full face CD/DVD
player, fully chrome, 30K miles, remote start &
alarm, $30,000 w/rims, or $29,500 w/out,
Call: 341-8245. or 455-8601

BBF #250 BBF #961






2002 GMC Envoy,
black, fully loaded, clean int. in good condition,
$18,000 OBO &
also 30FT trailer, double wheels, float on
metres $4,000.0BO, :
~~ = +~ =Gall:-§35-5662--~ =~.

2002 Dodge Dakota,
very clean 20” rims, sound system, A/C,
clean title, solid work or play truck,


fie =a SON ae



oe BBF #241
BBF #251
2005 Honda Accord EX,
white, cd player, automatic, AC, fully pwr,
one owner, clean interior, clean title,
asking $26,000,
Call 356-7786 or 434-8406

BBF #247
Just in from US, 2003 Monte Carlo,
very clean with remote start kit; cd player, ac,
: must sell, willing to negotiate
price $8,800
call 323-4870 or 425-0369













1999 Yucon and 24” rims,
leather interior, sound system, clean, asking
$13,500 ONO
Call 359-1033 or 328-2774 or 326-2080









BBF #255



BBF #248
BBF #253

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 21










2001 Chevy Blazer,
asking $6,500
Call 359-1033.

or
328-2774 or 326-2080

RIB #230
1997 Toyota Tercel,





1997 Lexus SC400, v8,



new still'in box, price $600.00
Call 558-8595 ©

asking $5,500. Also 2000 Sentra, high quality
system, $6,000 also 4000 Watt AMP , brand

1997 Ford Aerostra Van,
69,000 miles,
$8,000 OBO

1994 Nissan Sentra,
automatic, runs-good,
asking $2,300
Call 325-0864 or 326-3373





AC , tape player, 96,000 miles,
asking $2,800
Call 392-0829 or 454-2029



Call 364-2722 or 502-5805








BBF #249- BBF #243
2004 Dodge Ram Hem 1500,
only 13K miles,

~ $34,000 ONO,
Call: 327-2009 -

2003 GMC Envoy,
black, low miles, 3rd row seat, DVD,
fully pwr, Ithr interior,
$24,000,
Call: 327-2009

BBfF #212



1995 Nissan Maxima,
need minor work, leather, fully pwr,
quick sale,
price $3,000 ONO
Call 535-7040 or 456-2536

2002 Honda Civic EX Coupe,
fully loaded, AC, cd, Sunroof, spoiler, fully pwr,
- low miles, vtec engine, clean in and out,
immaculate condition price $11,800 OBO
Call 361-6561 or 454-2046

TRIB #597
1999 LEXUS GS 300
Dark green with beige leather interior, Loaded
All option. P/W, AC, Sunroof. t
P/L. 20” lexani_rims.

Price $15,500.00 ONO
Tel: 341-6722 cell: 395-6-6257 or 426-0756

RIB #614 :
CHEVY IMPALA LS
White.with grey interior $12,000
Fully loaded, spotless interior AC, CD player
controlled from steering wheel, mahogany dash,
just serviced, 20” ruby rims with dual spinners,
only one on the Island, 70,000 miles Call lets
make a deal Cell: 455-4083

RIB #870 ?
1996 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
Red. Convertible. Good condition
Runs well. Good buy: $4,000.
Tel: 502-6338, Ms Butler
892-2150 after 6pm.

RIB #223
1994 DODGE CARAVAN 3.0L V6
Good condition
$3,000.00 price negotiable
Telephone 395-81 14/423-0409/324-5850



RIB #680
BBF#170:
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 Cel 0362 or 477-2394 ;

RIB #660

712 :
1991 MAZDA ROADSTER
Eunos sports car. Red with black interior
$4,000.00 ONO 3
Leaving Island, two seater convertable black top
ae cool AC

2002 TOYOTA CAMRY
Black with grey interior
100.00

~ 94 Toyota Soarer, (Fresh)
12 CD changer, A/C, excellent condition,
: fully loaded, a steel

@ $6,500,
Call: 393-5506 or 324-1883

Low miles, well kept, regular serviced,
great, condition. Tel;, 327-5494 cell: 357-5831 :




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

RIB # 585
2000 FORD F150 XLT

4X4, RED EXT, GREY INT, POWER WINDOWS,
POWER LOCK, RADIO, CD PLAYER,
COLD AC, STEP BARS, SUNVISORS,

BILLET GRILLE, CHROME ACCESSORIES.
Price $12,500.00BANK FINANCING.
CALL PRIME 552-8272, 356-3953 OR 323-5196

1993 CHEVERLOT TRUCK
Navy blue
$6,500.00 OBO
Tel: 323-5037 cell: 454-7787

RIB # 895

1999 HONDA ACCORD, EX
V6, Green with tan leather interior
$7,500.00 OBO
sunroof, power everything, 45,000 miles.
cell 556-2378 or 392-0507.

BBF #242
2000 Ford Expedition,
leather seats, pwr everything,
just in from the US,
asking $12,000 ONO
Call 392-6381 or 457-2820

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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. £5500.
Tel: (242) 677 9034 or 424-4743

RIB #375 :
1999 HONDA CIVIC, EX
Silver with silver & dark grey interuior, Well kept &
excellent condition, AC, leather interior, power
windows, alarm & fully customize, too much other
accessories to explain $11,000.00 ono
Very clean-show car!!!
Cell: 552-1953

RIB #488
1990 Jeep Wrangler
for Sale, 4x4, Green with tan interior, auto, = -

V6, 4.0L,
CD player, sound bar, hard top, soft top, bikini top, wide'
tires! Running,
but engine needs some work, call for details.
$1,600 Will accept offers
Tel:434-5682

RIB #739

1996 FORD EXPLORER, SPORT
Black ext, tan int. 2 door,
alarm, A/C, CD player,
low mileage, keyless entry
$4,000.00 ONO
Cell 454-1481

TRIB #661
2002 FORD ESCAPE V6 XLT
Blue with beige/leather interior
$15,000.00 ONO
6 in-dash CD changer, 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

RIB #592
1992 TOYOTA HILUX SURF
grey with grey interor
$8,000.00
Excellent condition, Diesel
Tel: 324-7524 Cell: 424-0519

RIB #5 ,
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 #600
1995 HONDA ACCORD
Cherry red with tan interior, Clean interior, CD
player, remote start alarm, DVD player, ~
standard shift, Good condition, ready to go
$4,800.00 -
Tel: 324-8347 cell: 466-7076



RIB #606
2001 VOLKSWAGON JETTA, SEDAN
Red with black interior
$12,000.00
Fully loaded, In excellent condition
Cell: 424-5599

2001 CHEVY LUMINA .
Burgundy with grey interior
$5,700.00 ONO
Very dependable car. A must see, pioneer head
unit, upgrade door speakers, excellent running
condition. Cell: 477-4399 or 565-0197



7a TS ass

RIB #622
1963 TRIUMPH SPORTS 6.

Red ext, red convertible int, number matching
original 6 cyl with twin corbs, fast and sweet,
show winner. 2nd owner with orginial documents and
manuals. Rare-car, only 730 convertible Sport 6' built.
Serious inquiries only.

Tel 324-1510, 322-6564.

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

“RIB #636

2001 MITSHIBIS! 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 325-2505

: ext 238

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



RIB #724 AS
‘2006 NISSAN MAXIMA SEDAN
Pearl white, 38000.00
On 20” rims. Just landed.
Tel: 364-6914
cell: 426-6465 or 426-6444


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ie
RIB #697





1997 HONDA CVIC A
Blue with grey interior Hatch bac!
$5,000.00
Right hand drive, AC, stick shift, power windows,
CD.player, tints, License :
Tel: 361-2106 Cell: 454-3604 or 454-4308

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 #677

1999 ISUZU RODEO
Pearl white with beige interior
$9,500.00
Fully loaded, 6 cylinder, AC, CD player,
3 month warranty included
Tel: 364-7611.






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



2061 HONDA STREAM
White, :7 passenger, Very clean, Excellent
condition, Great on fue,! 2.0 engine, -4 cylinders
$12,500.00 E
362-2177, 427-1258/361-4294









Sousa
|TRIB.#783

RIB #727

: 1996 TOYOTA RAV-4
Black with gray trim and gray interior
5,
Excellent condition, RT hand drive, reliable and
stylist. Christmas priced
Tel: 323-7608 Cell: 422-3013 or 325-2255

RIB #705 :
: 2000 RANGER XLT
Ext cab, Red and tan exterior, Bedliner,
auto, AC, V6
$10,500.00
Tel: 525-2166



RIB #708

2005 CHEVY EQUINOX :
Burgundy with grey interior. Excellent condition,

Like new, Very low miles, CD player, power -

windows, Good gas mileages.
Great Christmas gift
Asking $23,000.00

Tel: 341-4869 Cell: 456-9972

e

RIB #775

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA, GXE
Gold with tan interior, In good condition
17” rims, Standard shift,

Asking $5,500.00
Cell: 535-6702/ 464-1318 or 302-8121





TOYOTA COASTER BUS
Biue/White

HONDA CIVIC Car for sale. Make an offer

Tel: 361-0934







TRIB #798 -

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 23










RIB #746

2004 MITSHIBISHI PAJERO JEEP
FOR SALE
Fully loaded. One owner, low mileage
BURGULAR IRON BARS
Aluminum storm shutters like new
singles, doubles triplex
Call: 394-6297

2002 FORD EXPLORER, BLACK
with beige interior no accident,
one owner
$16,500.00 ONO
Cell: 457-2449 Cell: 535-7958

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 #797
1998 CHEVY MALIBU
Maroon with grey interior
$4,900.00
From US, 4 door, auto, dual airbags,
power windows, AC, Excellent condition
Tel: 361-7171 or 434-4182





1995 RED AND BLACK FORD |
MUSTANG
Convertible, 18” chrome rims,
sound system, —
good condition, Excellent deal
$5500.00 :
Call: 544-1995 or 544-9477 |



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RIB #754
2006 CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 cc,White with grey interior, 4 door
Excellent condition. 9,400 miles
$33,000.00
Tel: 328-2917 Cell: 457-2629










TRIB #752
1997 FORD TRUCK, RED
Tool box on the back
$5,500.00
Tel: 341-2239 cell: 552-1670

RIB #773

1996 HONDA ACCORD
-. Green with light green interior
Power everything, AC, CD player, auto,
- Good condition, Fully laoded
$5200.00 ONO
Tel: 322-7391 Cell: 465-6613

RIB #811
1997 HONDA ACCORD, GOLD
Automatic, CD player, Ice cold AC, Very clean
in & out . 17” chrome ,runs very good,
power windows
$5,000.00
Tel: 361-5472 Cell: 426-0916





TRIB #816

1997 NISSAN ALTIMA
Green/biue with grey interior
$4,200.00 ONO. Excellent condition,
Left hand drive, power windows,
New tyres.

Tel: 393-3653 or 393-6006






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‘ack Casual Shirts $1 44 per :

Ladies Blouse $120 : n

















RIB #793

2005 TOYOTA CAMRY LX
Champagne with tan interior,
4 door, Only 13 K miles. Brand new condition
Every available option.
$25,000.00 ONO
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042



RIB #774
2002 VOLVO, Model S60 2.4T
Light blue with light tan leather interior,
door sedan
Asking $26,000
57,000 miles, Serious enquires only
Tel: 325-7997 Cell: 424-4801 or 325-8518

For Sale
1994 HONDA ACCORD
Burgundy with grey interior. Good running
condition, Cold AC, CD player, Surround sound
system, licensed to Nov 2007
$3,800.00 OBO
Tel: 392-491 4/426-5772

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1999 BUICK CENTURY

Gold with tan interior | i
37,500.00 |
Cell: 558-7287 1








2000 GMC SATURN COUPE

Mint (Like 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,
Just-in from dapat Licensed & Registered!
MAKE AN OFFER

Go to the following link for more info & photos: —
. Www.coupe.gotdns.com/saturn. him

Call 394-3801 or 465-2655

1997 HONDA ACCORD, SEDAN
White with beige interior
$4,900.00
“Really clean, Great running car
Celi: 455-7633

6
2002 FORD EXPLORER
‘Silver with grey interior
- $13,900.00 ONO
Full power, fully loaded, extra clean,
Excellent condition, alarm, Just in from the US
Tel: 324-4416 cell: 395-1706 -

RIB #829
1993 HONDA PRELUDE
Silver, Automatic, V-tech engine, 18” rims:
Customized black window, body kit,

Cd player and aircondition
$3,700.00 ONO
Tel: 361-7534

Cell: 426-5462/436-9870

"RIB #830

1994 SUBARU iMPREZA
Haichback, Black with grey interior
Running, needs paint job and servicing
' Priced for quick sale $1,000.00

Tel: 364-8508




























RIB #809

Drop to low full body kit chrome rims and muifler,

system, alarm, running good, v-tec engine with

RIB



















RIB #819

1999 CHEVROLET Si0
Red ext, silver rims, automatic
Excellent condition. «
Cail 324-4437

1997 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
White with grey interior
$7,000.00 ONO













clean interior with wood grain irim, sound




intake system, new brakes and tires
Owning leaving Island
Tel: 341-2762 °



RIB #906

1990 LEXUS LS 400_
$4,900.00 © F

2001 EXPLORER SPORTS
Excellent condition, Sounds Sysiem
$10,000.00 ONO
Tel: 326-6588 Cell: 436- 0766

#817



1994 TOYOTA CELICIA
Yellow sporis car, new engine, licensed and
insured. to 2007. One owner, 2 door. Owner
leaving island
$4,800.00
Tel: 326-4367 Cell: 557-2054

2001 VOLVO S60°
Silver, with grey interior, Low mileage,
Factory tints, sunroof,
power everything, fully power
.,000.00
Tel: 361-4546 cel 557-2454 or 327-5356"

1996 CHEVY. LUMINA
Green with grey interior
4 door, AC, Owner leaving Island
“fy | Tel: 324-2182 Cell: 535-4912

RIB #835 —

1996 TOYOTA COROLLA -
White with grey interior
$3,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition, 4 cylinder, CD player:
Cell: 859-0572

RIB #846
1998 DODGE CARAVAN, GREEN
_ Just in from the US, Good for ‘taxi vendor,
“the family church group.
Must see to appreciate .
Tel: 394-4415, 392-2737
: Cell: 465-9704










RIB #847

1987 HONDA ACCORD, GREEN
18” chrome rims, in excellent condition
You have to see it to beleive.
4x4 Crew cab, low mileage, eer
custom lift package, custom stereo

system, custom wheels, hard top,

Coming soon a 2001 Siiverdo
Contact 727-1540 i

Cell: 426-8270

1998 FORD F-150 | i
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RIB #824
2004 NISSAN ALTIMA
-Grey with grey interior
$15,000.00
Rims, CD player, low mileage
cell: 558-7287 °

TRIB #827

2001 CHEVY VENTURE
Grey with grey interior, CD player, air bags,
AC, power window, Great condition
Asking $7,500.00 ONO
Contact 535-9737/323-3375
Ask for Daphanie

RIB #828

1996 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver with black interior, Sunroof,
low mileage AC, CD player,
EXCELLENT CONDITION
Asking $14,000.00
Tel: 393-3346

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TRIB #853
1999 BUICK LeSABRE
Burgundy with Leather interior
~ CD player, 20” rims
$7,000.00
Tel: 424-4661








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2001 FORD EXPEDITION,
All black/leather interior, 22” rims(chrome)
low mileage, runs great
$18,000.00 ONO
Tel: 361-3671, Cell: 454-8758














: 2004 DODGE RAM
Silver with black interior, crew-cab, 4 doors,
power lock window & doors, AC, CD player,
22” chrome rims. Fully loaded
asking $24,000.00 OBO
Tel: 395-4827/557-6841 or 322-8306



RIB #833 .
_2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Red with grey interipor
$4,100.00, 41,000 miles,
2 doors, standard shift
Tel: 327-7755 cell: 357-5590



B #834 .

1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Sky blue, Fully loaded, Leather seats,
gray interior, Fully powered, AC, CD player,
just serviced and in excellent condition
Asking $5,800.00 ONO
Call 361-1294/395-5990 or 636-2901

RIB #860

1995 FORD MUSTANG 5.0

5 speed, Leather seats, Cold air intake
“1 $3,800.00

Tel: 325-7373 Cell: 525-2550

1997 SUBARU
Green with grey interior
$6,000.00 ONO
Antique Subaru Gas Saver AC,PS, power
windows, alarm & stereo system, tints,
Runs well. Ask for Todd
Tel: 356-5941/2 Cell: 434-0664



















1998 BUICK LESABRE
Grey with grey interior, 4 door, clean title, AC,
Rag top with 20” chrome rims.

Asking $9,000.00

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Gold with tan interior
~ $12,000,00
Low miles, clean :
Tel: 327-3462 cell: 557-2984

Cd changer with rims.
Asking $15,000
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205

RIB #852

RIB.#843
2007 HONDA FIT
White with grey interio,
AC/CD player/radio/alarm
$19,500.00 or nearest offer
Extremely low miles .
Tel: 324-1489 after 4:pm

1992 HONDA INTEGRA
Body kit, Neon,

17" black/chrome rims,
5-speed, 73,950 miles,
$10,000 obo.

Tel 242-553-2304.



#857
HIB TERS 4998 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT

White with grey interior
$4,500.00
4 doors, Very clean, low miles
1998 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Silver, standard shift $4,800.00 -
Call.552-8272 or 323-5196/356-3953

1999 HONDA ODYSSEY
Grey with grey interior.
Right hand drive, 5 door
$9,500.00 ONO
AC, CD player, 39K miles
Call 565-1379







2003 LINCOLN STRECH 120”
: $50,000.09 :
1996 DODGE RAM B250 2002 14 Passenger GMC Van
Reliable clean, Ideal for business, stock, $18,000.06 2002 FORD EXPEDITION .
construction or service van. Loading doors side $10,000.00
& rear, Cargo area 300 cubic feet, automatic, _ 2000 FORD EXCURSION
mechanically sound . Private sale can view $15,000.00
Yamacraw this Fri/Sat/Sun morning only 2000 GRAND MARQUIS $12,000.00
Price $5,500.00 OBO Tel: 364-7326
Tel: 324-0888 or 456-5943

RIB #867

RIB #875
1994 MAZDA BONGO, DEISEL 4WD
$2,000.00
Tel: 341-0460. Cell: 359-0339 or 327-3412

RIB #868
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.

2002 FORD MUSTANG GT Fully loaded, 6 disc
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RIB #856
2002 FORD F150 SUPERCREW
Red with grey interior, 4 doors. fully loaded
very clean, Cold Ac, FM-radio/GD player
clean title, runs & drives excellent, ©
~ low miles 47K,
Priced at $18,500.00 ONO
Call: 552-8272, 323-5196 or 356-3953

RIB #866

1997 F-150 FORD
Green with grey interior, standard shift for
sale Asking $5,000.00
No reasonable offer refused,
for sale as is
Tel: 361-5970 cell: 525-7218















RIB #901
1999 DODGE STRATUS, GOLD
four door, power windows,
and power doors, CD player
$3,500.00 or make an offer
Tel: 565-1962/427-6776/364-7248










RIB #888
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with grey interior $6,399.00 Great condition,
Excellent mileage, engine shape, AC, CD changer,
fully loaded, power windows, doors, great fue
economy, very economical car. Price Neg.

1999 General MOTORS CHEVY TAHOE.
Tan with black leather interior, Super sports utility
vehicle, Excellent drive, low mileage, gas efficient

$10,499.00
Tel: 341-2734 Cell: 425-3826 or 341-2451

2005 MERCEDES BENZ :
C180 Kompressor, Blue with grey interior $39,500.00
2003 SUZUKI LIANA Fully loaded
$8,500.00
Tel: 324-3710 cell: 557-5190











RIB #865
2003 KIA OPTIMA
Ruby Red with grey interior, 4 door sedan.
$16,500.00 OBO Purchased brand new from sanpin
Motors in Feb, 2004, 2.7 V6 engine shiftronic
transmission, Good on gas, cherry wood grain interior,
power everything, cold AC, factory infinity sound
system, MP3/CD player, 8 disc Cd changer, keyless
entry, alarm, front & side seat airbags, new battery &
front tires, factory 16’ alloy rims, low mileage 11,000
Tel: 558-6080 or 362-2648













RIB #885

1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Burgundy with grey interior
$4,200.00 ONO
Clean American car ready to go
CD player/AC
Tel: 361-6625 cell: 557-2886



1997 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with grey interior $6,399.00 Great condition,
excellent mileage, engine in great shape, air condition,
CD changer, fully loaded, power windows, doors,
great fuel economy very economical car. Price neg.

2002 GENERAL MOTORS BUICK Tan with brown
interior $8,999.99 Nice family size car, roomy &
__ Spacious, excellent fuel enonomy, engine is in
immaculate condition, fully loaded, Very comfortable
stress- free ride. Price neg
Tel: 341-2734 Cell: 425-3826 or 341-2451



TRIB #902



RIB #868 j
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Gold with tan interior, 4 door
$9,000.00 It’s a steal, low mieage,
Good condition ‘
ALSO 1999 BLACK HONDA ACCORD
Cell: 565-9750 /357-3864






1998 FORD EXPLORER
EDDIE BAUER 5
Black trimmed gold,
tan leather interior,
CD cassette, sunroof, 5.0 engine
$8,500 .

Tel: 466-1368

RIB #896

2003 TOYOTA CAROLLA
Beige with beige interior ,18” chrome rims,
CD player AC, cool condition
$13,000.00 ONO
Tel: 356-0013 Cell: 424-5166 or 302-7528

RIB #900

2000 FORD EXPLORER, GOLD

alarm, AC, sound system, very good condition
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$9,000.00 OB!
Tel: 393-2863
Cell: 565-1738 or 326-1161












2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver with grey interior, 20” rims
12,500.00

Tel: 364-1307 Cell: 436-3554



RIB #880.
2004 FORD F-150
Ext cab, Black with grey interior
$18,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition
Tel: 326-4268 cell: 423-8316

1991 NISSAN 180SX
W/ 1996 black top engine
4 seater, 4 cylinder turbo changed
AM/ bodykit AM/ boost guage Am oil temp,
guage AM/steering wheel AM/ shift knob
royal blue. $6,500.00
Tel; 394- 2339/8 cell: 425-6723

RIB #905.
- 2000 SENTRA
Hight quality sound system
$6,000.00
Cell: 558-8595

Tan with black leather interior $10,499.00
Super sports utility vehicle, Excellent drive train, great
suspension, powerful track, fully loaded, low mileage,

gas efficient, big spacious vehicle for large families.
Convienient for airport runs, Great vehicle for rainy
season. price neg.
2002 GENERAL MOTORS, BUICK
Tan with brown interior $8,999.00
Tel: 341-2734 cell: 425-3826 /341-2451


















RIB #679
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
preciale $15, p00 00 OBO
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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 with a center console for fishing.

all Nick for rigging and. engine packages.

(242) 393-0262:







ef

RIB #691



BAYLINER YACHT, #2475
Blue/white, Queen-sleeper.
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 Spir or 322-4288 atty Robt Metaxas




RIB #729 -
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 j



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 #855F 4

; Yamaha “Crypton” Scooter

105cc four stroke engine

Extremely fuel efficient. .

Beat the traffic, get around town fast!
Available in blue or red.
Ride all week and.use oh $3 of gas!!!

j SES sale for.$1,995. ti

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RIB #855

14 ft Eduardono Skiff. NEW.
Great Xmas present for the kids. Hull sale
~ price is $4,440.
Can take a 15hp to 30hp.
Ask for Nick. (242)292-0262.

Boat Trailers from 12ft to 40ft.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Be prepared

for hurricane season. Best prices in town.

We also have utility trailers.
Tel: 393-0262.

RIB #480 :
44' F/G Live Lobster Boats
Year: 2002
Speed 22 kts ne tp puller, Hyundai

60 hp),
PRICE: $45,000.00
Ask for John
P(321) 784-5982
F(321) 784-6902
WWW shipsusa.com John @shipsusa.com

RIB #844

. 35FT CIGARETT BOAT
Excellent running boat, Good deal
at $40,000.00
Call: 352-7830 359-5005

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










RIB #736

FOR SALE - CATALINA 30 SAILBOAT
Fully eqipped for cruising in the Bahamnas.
$16,500 - Duty Paid
Phone: Edwin Hunt, 424-4441, or
at home on 362-1264, or
E-mail: chrisjmitch @ aol.com











RIB #850

25’ BOSTON WHALER

2 engine, frozen. No charge
$17,800.00 OBO

Tel: 364-2202 or 424-5844

56°
ENGINE ONLY FOR SALE
Twin Johnson 140 HP O/B
throttles & guages included
$4,000.00 ONO
Tel: 424-4978 or 393-0100

TRIB #634E :
» TWIN MERCURY 250 EFI OUTBOARDS
310 HOURS, CONTROLS AND GAUGES
INCLUDED.
$3000 FOR PAIR OR $2000 EACH
MUST SELL!
CALL 422-2613



BBF #239
2001 KAWASAKI ZR7,
like new, expat leaving island -
Price $4,500.00
>. Call 424-3164 ,

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12 ft Boston Whaler
25hp Yahama low hours,
price $5,000 trailer included
Call 424-3164














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 bls disel. 500 gallon water 70 gallons
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,000 ONO
Tel: 394-1671 (hm) Cell: 427-4573 Boat well kept

RIB #550
Daytona Sportfish,
2-671 Detroits, continuous renovation,
runs and rides great.
Call Chris 357-4277. $200,000.00,
Bring All Offers.












STREET MACHINE




FOR SALE
Graphic flame design mutty- colored
with matching helmet, Very fast
Serious inquiries only. Cell: 525-2166

2002 HONDA 650
Asking $4,500.00 5
Call 324-7504 or 636-1993 :


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T31B #855G

Yamaha Golf Cars.
Gas and electric available.

NEW 2 person cars starting at $6,300. Also

i available in 4 person and Limo golf cars.

242-393-0262







ee i 2004 KAWASAKI ZX-10RR Black
$8,500.00 ONO
2-100 mph in 1st gear, faster production bike in
; its class. All black with gold accessories
Tel: 394-5791 Cell: 535-7958

‘TRIB #883
NEW TYRES
i 13” $54.99, 14” 64.00, 15” 74.00, 16” 139.00,

| 17” 99.99,, 18° 149.99, 20” 269.00, 22” 349.99
i Wholesale and retail prices,

i Special on low profile tyres -

! call: 356-2109/326-2593

‘SBF #225
Motolora Pebles,
i brand new unlocked,
all colors only $259.00 free delivery,
L6 Sivr only $165.00
Call 465-2400 anytime



: SBF #244
} {pod Video 30Gig, d

, 20,000 song or 50 full movies, hold pictures as
* well, excellent Christmas gift, only $399.00

so, Ipod Nano 2 gig, only $249.00 also Sony

PSP brand new $299.00

j Call anytime free delivery 465-2400






RIB #6340
CLUB CAR GOLF CARTS & UTILITY VEHICLES
NEW AND USED GAS OR ELECTRIC.

LOADED $6400
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

RIB #855C
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle
125cc 4 Stroke engine,
Great quality at a great price.
Sale price reduced to $2,400.00. Available in
Black or Red.
393-0262.

BBF #211
4 ' 20” rims 4 set,
Truck & SUV, unused black face chrome deep
dish shoes, Call 424-6701

BBF #240

MP3 / WMA Receiver
with CD Changer
Control Remote, SDAR
Ready Supertuner IIID & iPod Control
only $200,
Call 324-6922

Watch Vireo
Play Games, View
Pictures,
Text Book, Voice
{ Recorder



328 8828 Pick-up

or
Drop-off














001 2PASS ELECT. ST @ $1800, 2004 4 PASS GAS|

Contact - 436 9685,













RIB #855D
Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter NEW.
GREAT XMAS PRESENT.
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 #634
SYM JET 100cc SCOOTER
#1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS, GREAT GAS
MILEAGE RELIABLE, POWERFUL ( UP TO 50 MPH),
: SAY GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC.

SALE PRICE $2495 CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES
LTD. 394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.

TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.








RIMS FOR SALE

Call: 325-5016-or
356-2109

BBF #220
20” chrome rims,
price $1,300 with brand new tires,
call 466-9875 or 341-1233 or 424-4153

**GIVE THE BEST GIFT THIS CRISTMAS**
NINTENDO DS LITE *BUNDLED $200.00
FLY PENTOP COMPUTER *BUNDLED $160.00
HYBERSCAN GAMING SYSTEM * $95.00

GAMEBOY MICRO *BUNDLE $110.00

PLUG & PLAY GAMES
SPONGEBOB *SCOOBY DOO
*DORA * POWER RANGERS
“WINNIE THE POOH -
*SUPER PACMAN *GIGA PETS EXPLORER
*BASEBALL *BASKETBALL *SKATEBOARDING
AND MORE *STARTING @ $28.00

TELE: 341-1082 OR 426-2703

TRIB #800
SATELLITE TV ON PC AND LAPTOP
Watch NBA TV, Movie Channels,
Worldwide Televison Networks
1,000 Television Channels Streaming through your
Internet, More Channels than your local cable and
‘ providers can give you.
NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS
ONE TIME PAYMENTOF $50.00
Call Now 328-6935 or 465-4633

BBF #2:
, Brand New Oakley,
half jacket, black lens, polarized, black frame,
never worn siill in box only $165.00
Call now 465-2400











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

Tears Teepe eens Sluts £ Rigg gd NPN

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BBF #254
Tank and Hood price $89.95 also

Bird and Cage price $29.95
Call 325-4994 . -
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Bluetooth V551 :
cave || Ok ee gee 2220
RIB #814- : | Cell phones special $75.00 $75.00 $230.0 $130. 00
as coriemas oe ton ty A ae i $65.00 3 ea eee
ree computers 4sale New Condition le G4 i . ; s =

Mac Powerbook 1.33gzh laptop really Fast 4300.00. 2) Motorolla V60 $85.00 4: & e ‘%
é Dell laptop Inspiron|2200 windows XP Motorolla camera phone eB x Ss
RIB #879 DVD+RW, 40gigibit HD fast & fully loaded 650.00. 3) V220 $135.00



while stock lasts



: Custom Desktop (shuttle) W/ 30" flat screen

: COMPAQ COMPUTER ‘ Panel) Dell Monitorrv penta 4 huge 120 gigibit HD] |}% oe

(Like new) 2.0 GHZ 256MB 60GB hard Drive, fully load with Professional programs Tel: 328-6935
CDRW/DVD & 17” moniter Only $650.00 Adobe, Macromedia ect 1500.00. Call Mr. Robinson | |] a Cell: 465-4633
New Computer 60GB, CDRW/DVD & 17” at 436-7737 Now!! prices nogotiable Microsoft Office . :
Flat screen Only $699.00 Free W/ all.

Tel: 392-1142 cell: 424-3437

SlverL7 L6 v400 Motopebl
$260.00 $180.00 $140.00 $260.00







Cell: 535-0734 or 326-5024/394-3645

‘TRIB #822

Supplier/Manufacturer
Finder Services
Digital MP4 Players & FM

Transmitters :
Flat Panel Televisions
Laptops/Notebooks
Prices better than US!
Digital Touch Screen
MP4 Players $140.00

RIB #154




-Laptops as low as
$1,050.50.00

Tel:(242) 426-8094
or
- (242)-465-8559

Christmas Special,
Dell Latitude c610, Pentium 3, 1200MHz, 256MB, IBBF #142

0GB, CD/DVD, win. xp home, wireless, $599.00 (
ateway Notebook 1.8GHz, 512MB, 80GB, wireless, MP3 Bayer eee ane mee layer $100

DVD + RW, XP media, $899.00 while supply last.
Call today 465-6036 seabeach101 Sian Call: 361-4336 or 422-5601

VS2000 Extreme



FOR SALE:
iPOD SHUFFLE
(Second Generation):
Give the gift of music
this Christmas with the
second generation of
the iPOD Shuffle.
This sleek compact
device can hold up to
240 songs, it has an
incredible battery life of
12 hours, and it is only
$149.00.

For more information
call at 380-0732.

42” Flat Panel
HD LCD

Tel:(242)426-
8094

or
(242)-465-8559

RIB #821
EXTREME VIEWSAT SATELLITE
Receiver on sale,
Starting $299.00
All receivers programmed and ready
Installation.& programming available
Tel: 341-8439/361-4175

RIB #613



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 465-4633

Email:newleveltech @ coralwave.com
www.newleveltechbahamas.com
Call Tooday!



LOW PRICES CELLPHONES 535-7040

This Month feature phones - Total package include, s/card,$20
gsm

Pebel u6 (colour) ........5..086 § Prieta taseddetinenreae

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CELLULER PHONES FOR
SALE

V-220- $180.00
Pebl- $265
(blk,pnk, babybiue)
Sivr- $185.00 (blk,pnk)
Razr- $250.00(blk, Pink)

Razr V3x- $490.00 (Pink)

Blackberry 8700............0..606 SBAT DS Movateswes leas esata Call for info
Every Friday Tenth caller receives 25% off cell phone with 2
purchase order.

special Siemens A71...........ssssceeeees $99.99***

complete Accessory Kit with each phone

Special orders welcome, discount to banks + business

offices

RIB #802
MOTOROLA V60
Replace your old TDMA or quickcell phone with a
brand new motorola V60
Price at $80.00

Hurruy.call
356-3953 or 457-2791/552-8272

Large chocolate
$500.00 (black)

Cell 456-0935





“TRIB #795









PLAYSTATION 2 Coniroijiers, TRIB #794 nh #832 aieste
and x Box games, going cheap! PSP i GENUINE AND AUTHENTIC Wood Twin bookcase headboard & mate’s bed/3
Movies also availabie. Price staris at ‘Techno master watches, stainless steel with feather drawers for storage $700.00

Solid wood futon/mattress $200.00

$20.00 ~ i or rubber strap/ with real diamonds arcund bezel. é
a - fr. drawer wooden chestexcellent con-$200 =

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“Tel? 344-7907 Call?

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White, Satin, Oleg
Cassini Ball Gown
Wedding Dress Size 6 -






















Fs sete a $600.00
| Hair Braiding Done White Corsette/Bustier
within, ~ Size 32B - $45.00
Best Prices in Town, White Beaded Cathedral




for more information Veil - $45.00

- White GE 25 cubic ft.









contact Glo White Veil trim with ee
at 3955686 or Diamond Studs - $35.00) — =) | refrigerator, (new in
3943423 White Face Veil - $25.00 : : | box), side-by-side, with

Matching Earring and ‘
RIB #671 Necklace Set - $35.00 waier/ice dispencer,

White Sommaire 3 coe eS 4 $1,200,
LADIES WEDDING ENGAGEMENT ‘ “ :
RINGS AND BANDS Gas poe 1pee
Solid gold and diamonds $300-$1000
Also 1 Men Rolex link and diamond ring

$450.00
Tel: 324-2678 Cell: 425-7176






























; White Crinoline

P Size 6 - $50.00
White Satin Wedding Shoes Size 8 - $40.00}

Call 361-1789/395-2836 for more info.



Brand New 30” gold
chain —
with awesomeJesus
piece, same charm in
Crown Jewellers for
$1,400, price $900.00 for
chain and charm, —

BBF #161
















Clothing Hangersm, BBF #229

Christmas Special






a Manikans & 1/2 Manikans, Call 465-2554 Toms, Gloves & Scarfs, 2pcs & 3 pcs set RIB #711A =
ae 3 ” or Dora, sponge bob, Barbie, spiderman, braiz,
Call: 525-5752 465-2400 supieninen ae ahonesker batman, etc. ‘PIER 1, GREEN & GOLD

Children & adults plain sets, 2pc & 3pc Price starting Rattan table with glass top and six chairs
from $10.00 and up,
special children cellphone-$5.00, dora,

spongebob, etc. Call 465-5498





Good condition
Tel: 324-7251 Cell: 557-4845



ge
i a White apartment
size stove.
$550.00 ONO
We also have an

: EXERCISE
| PENCt,
ee _ | with weights for
ro RIB #875 : : ee ae Bey $200.00 ONO
BBF #245 7 F Three piece front room furniture a6 c . a nel: ee

Table set for sale, set on sale for . Curving Machine ee
dining, coffee and two side tables, asking $580.00

: fe : Four (4) Additional style frames $4,000.00
$1,000 Call 364-7812 or 426-0478. Call 525-9578; serious offers only!. Phone#: 363-1270



[ = eens on RIB #668H_
> emboe RIB #668 1997/8 Ford F250

a 24x23 Props
RIB #668D : dF3
Curtain Rods $1,500.00 for pair - = ey Cron ae Ca

All into OneSheer (Curtain and Valance F : : Needs a little work
$600.00 forall Phone#:363-1270 Phone#: 363-1270 $300.00
Phone#: 363-1270 Phone#: 363-1270

7 = : DISPLAY MODEL
Tub Cane Sree. BEVERAGE COOLER
Chamois $23.95, 26 cu ft,.-
Micro Fiber Towels : Brand: true manuf co.
$5,Air Freshners $12 per] white/black trim,

gal. Seat Covers $89.95, . 4. adjustable shelves with

Rims $49 and up,Mats incle
$14.99 and up Vacuums eh ag ‘On
$69.95 and up, Car ‘

‘CareDegreaser $9, Tire : Voltage: 115, HP: 1/3,
ge BE Dressing $30, interior | § PH:1 Hz: 60,
RIB #634B ; : : : tee — ——= ; ie Shampoo $16, — Energy saving model Like

BRIGGS & STRATTON PORTABLE GENERATORS Bathroom Tiles - ee Carwash S16, And newl

RELIABLE NAME YOU CAN TRUST /2 YEAR 1700 sa. ft go much muchimore : Outstanding condition!
LIMITED WARRANTY : . Sq att Call: 325-5016 Cell: 565-5462

GENERATORS STARTING @ $599 $1.50 per sq. ft. | alee oF
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 / Big Savings! : 364-7537
FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213. Phone #:363-1270 ik eam




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CURIO FOR SALE
(like new) Only 1 year old.
Dimensions
L41x W16 xH83 Great for

92 : = a = specail items. $500.00
TOOL BOXES HUSKY & MAC TOOLS
brand new in packaging. 3 drawer tool box $99.99 Tel: 322-3166
4 drawer top chest $199.99 (incl. 60 pc tool set) : Wk 502-6711
6 drawer side cabinet $299.99 IB #634C

























6 drawer tool chest $399.99















; St sue STONE PLATE COMPACTORS
KAWAI PIANO SEA Line eros wrenches $9.99 SFP3000 & SFP 4000 WITH 5.SHP HONDA ENGINE
About 30 years old ou won't find them cheaper anywhere else SALE PRICE $2590
~~ $1,000.00 Great for homie, OMGs alle workWe are focated Gn | CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
Please phone 364-2886 aoe Cal SS7-4450 for CIO ee FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.



"CLEARANCE SALE"
- 50% SALE on Shoes, Handbags, Necklace
Sets & Watches.

Need to make room for NEW MERCHANDISE.
Invincible Hands located on Prince
Charles Drive, on the side of the yellow plaza
between Blanco Bleach and
-the Pepsi plant. 324 8579.
Hablamos Espajfiol también

424 4974
















RIB #777 :
BRAND NEW
Heavy Duty sewing machines, complete line of sewing
machines and parts. Serges, Hernmers, Walker foot
sewing machines, oil, bobbin case. All kinds of foot,
etc. Repairs available. j

Tel: 325-4746

Family Island welcome














RIB #871 y
SKATE SHOES FOR SALE
$49.95
All sizes available. Call 465-7882



















50% OFF HANDBAGS - Classy Dressy, Casual,
Trendy & Unique Handbags in
Black, Tan, Green, Red, White, Brown, Pink,
Fuchsia, Orange, Gold,
Checkered, Patchwork, Leather, Suede, Cloth,
Meiallic, etc. We have
Large, Midsize & small handbags.
GREAT SALE PRICES AT $9 - $25. View our
other FANTASTIC GIFTS for Ladies, & Girls.
Invincible Hands located on
Prince Charles Drive, on the side of the yellow
plaza between Blanco
Bleach and the Pepsi plant.

324 8579 or 424 4974

RIB #808

BODY PART’S
For -Altima, Accord, Maxima, Civic, Head lamp,
Head fender, Tail lamp, Bumper lower ,
. Bumper bar, Etc :
2002 CHEVY IMPALA
Black with tan interior
$11.800.00

Cell:454-7111

RIB #903
: DELL/COMPAQ
Internet Ready Computer system 1GH2-1-3GH2
256 Ram, 20 GB Hard drive, windows XP Ms
office, games anti virus
Cell: 422-5499



"GOLD JEWELRY SALE" - Necklace Sets for
Ladies & Girls, Earrings and
bracelets for Girls. GREAT PRICES AT $15 - $55.

f Tricolour pieces —.
(yellow, rose &.white gold). Beautiful pendants -
” butterflies, tear drops,
crosses with CZ etc. GREAT GIFT IDEAS.
: Invincible Hands located on
Prince Charles Drive, on the side of the yellow
plaza between Blanco
Bleach and the Pepsi plant. 324 8579.
Hablamos Eapatiel también -
2

4974"



TRIB #693

GET INSTANT
PAIN RELIEF
The 100% natural way,
relieves arthritis pain, -
inflamation of joints,
muscular aches, back
dpains, cramps without the
| side affects of other
drugs. Available
throughout the Bahamas,
at a pharmacy near you.
Call 356-2107/ 455-8881











RIB # 668A
Zoysia / Bee Grass Cutter
2.

00.0)
Phone#: 363-1270



PS
RIB #849
: SINGLE DOOR COOLER
' Price $1,200.00.

DOUBLE DOOR COOLER
| Price $2,100.00
fro see ~~ PSH 328-5938; 2 E28

Lepr enioremnennnnernserent

RIB #839
400 SERIE PERKINS GENERATOR
~. Year 2004,Rated power standby
16.9 KVA-16.9 KW and trans swiich
Tel: 326-5938 after 6pm




RIB #668C

RIB #668E

is Lake or Pond
Interlocking Pavers Aeorator — Complete

$800.00 Was $6,000.00 — Now $4,500.00
Phone#: 363-1276 i ESS : Phone#: 365-1276


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RIB #825 ‘

RADIATOR AND CONDENSORS
Brand new radiators and condensors for
$179.00 from US
Need a truck or car $3,000.00 up

_ Tel: 326-2249 Cell: 395-5476

RIB #582B
Dies el Truck / Bus Parts,

Engine Inte-national 6.9L, V8 Runs well,
Transmission: Automatic Allison AT 545,

Dual Rear Axle,

Tires 10R22.5,
Will sell separately — $4,500 Negotiable,

Phone 361-2120



















RIB #855B
Generator Sale.
Yamaha generators as low as $249.00!
GREAT XMAS GIFT! Be prepared for
blackouts! Our portable generators are
great for jobsites.
950 Watts to 6600 Watts available.
393-0262.






STANDBY GENERATOR WITH ALUMINU
WEATHER ENCLOSURE :
, 100 AMP AUTO TRANSFER SWITCH. 2 YEAR
FACTORY WARRANTY
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.



“GOLD JEWELRY. SALE" - Necklace Sets for
Ladies & Girls, Earrings and

bracelets for Girls. GREAT PRICES AT $15 - $55.
Beautiful pendants -

Mickey Mouse, Elephants, Hearts with CZ, Butterflies
etc. Some tricolour

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‘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 #582A i
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 361-2120

‘SOCOM: Combined

Assault Godhand,
Justice league

A Heroes, Call of duty 3
Valkyrie profile;
Mortal Kombat;
Armegeddom,

eed for speed carbon

Over 2000 games in

stock. Join our game

club and receive huge

A discounts on new & old

games
Tel: 328-6160



RIB #668F
Green Malayan Coconut Palms
$100.00 each
Phone#: 363-1270



yz, NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95

Final fantasy $84.95 |
Marvel Ultimate



MICROSOFT ZUNE
(MP3 Player) 30GB FM

pieces (yellow, rose & white gold) are still available.

Great Gift Ideas.

Invincible Hands located on Prinee Charles Drive, on

~the side of the

yellow plaza between Blanco Bleach and the Pepsi

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95

NBA live 07
$74.95

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



plant. 324 8579.
Hablamos Espafiol también - 424 4974"

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return

NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

TI

et nea SOCOM: Combined
PlayStation.2 E41 Assault Godhand,
pee f sf 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

apid 3 Inch Led screen
$365.95









Tel: 328-6160

NINTENDO WII $700.0-0
PS2 $239.95
XBox $219.95
XBox 360 $749.95
Gamecube $189.95
Playstation Portable $369.95
Nintendo DS $239.95
PS3 with one game $230.00
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
.¢- Fels 328-6160...






‘lx Giteiengs $10.$16.v. Male Goats $40.-$50..

Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
* Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95
NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

RIB #815
FOR SALE: Pure Breed Basset Hound Pups
$550.00 Contact Ted Hanna. Tel: 324-8636



ANIMALS FOR SALE





Ducks $8..
Lulu a Rabbbits $10.-$15...

| Cali 361-2120
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og Fon See Foz APPRAISALS CO. LTD. VICTORIA COURTS
JACK ISAACS JACK ISAACS )) | Fully tumishes, A/C, thru:) 4 oe ae acre
REALTY REALTY Seller Leaving Island 4 FS carpe arenes C Ath eS
sto STE sat Or Multl-zoni st of : P. I SE sesesnumericrs pester shade
BARAMIAN POOP -Multi-zone prop west o' ARAD ee eas eee t resnceesoe
Beechfront “Home Cab Gambier West Nassau, LOTS ORIS SYMMONETT
: Beach. Beautiful bed. 4.5 17,000sq ft. CPAe LM Mah
DICK’S POINT -- OFFI bath home on private’ white Tel 392-2741 _ Cable Beach 1255- Nicely furn. CARMICHAEL ROAD |
EASTERN ROAD 3 Bed 2 Bath | sandy beach. Fully’ furnished] ———A Bara | 225 villa in quiet westem| ustofl tot size 100x164,
on large enclosed __—_ lot} and newly renovated, Modern ABACO community. Open plan, $164,000.00 INTEGRITY HOMES
Hen) [ees tite meal’ |Sarevene enon auto: Segonme wm, “ot T] oraManna, |, onl) S% Down ~
: p ay located 6 miles no : i 2-bed, 1-bath, $115,000
Se wi Soaad fat‘ [Eas"™ ae” "Slag, [eee ante, |! FeO none |e ace
th peau : aco highway
covered patio in a ae Sermming pon oe ete peony on site. — la P 2 Una: BILNEY LANE OFF MACKEY | 2-bed, ‘-bath, S157, 000
$450,000.00 S ue mnllon outdoor Phone 324-1476. condominiums. situated in a aaa Pinose 1-bed, 1-bath, $187,000
CAMPERDOWN _—HOUSE:| 6 million | State of the art, newly $125,000.00 Your Dream is only phone a
Spacious 4,577 sq.ft, 4 bed, 3 TACKIGAACS TRIPLEX LOT in grated | constructed high rise building call away.
bath home, recently renovated REAL ESTATE Subdivision, opposite Old | offering the finest finishes, WESTRIDGE
kitchen’ with Kitchen Aid CALL TODAY: ~ Fort Bay, 80x160. Pad. ae ere that Residential hilltop lake view lot | Ph:394-8568/436-8159.
appliances, aa system and 3] 322-1069 EVENINGS: 395- = $150,000. Boat slips Svailable! "Starting 84x306 back 150 sq.ft.
cae gata on latge 6650 0r 424-6685. Tel 362-1021. from $899,500 Call for more WESTERN DISTRICT JUDAH REAL ESTATE
lot. $475, 000.00 info@bahamasproperty.com ee : details or to arrange a tour! COMMERCIAL LOT Bahamas Foam Products
COMMERCIAL Downtown: | ‘“t*#-Dahamasproperty.com 1 132 on Bay St.X472 | _ building Parkgate Road.
Commercial Building for sale Jo eee Of. Marines Porcise ands See ELIZABETH ESTATES
$795, hod oO separate’ offices. AB ACO J ACK ISAACS most prestigious _ residence. WINTON HEIGHTS 2-bed, 1-bath Good condition
First 2 buildings sold out! Don't : :
OCEAWWiEW Home weerl eee of land next to REALTY miss this unique opportunity! 115X138 $179,000.00 $95,000.
4 bed, 2.5 bath home. Large | the Abacs highway. Starting at $1,850,000 Call for) TWYNAM HEIGHTS Phone 394-6785
living/dining i combo, Harbour and Treasure Ca j Ocean view 108X228
office with spectacular view of y: $364,000.00 _|”_ FOR SALE BY OWNER
the sea and Island. Enclosed} Land elevations over 30 Marbella ere__Brand. new. : 2-Storey Four-plex.
courtyard Sve iooknd feet. Nice hill top views. [LOVE BEACH Duplex Lots | State of the art, 5/5.5 home wit HOUSES/CONDO Shirley Heights
swimming pool, Covered| Price $25,000 per acre. | starting at $100,000.00 within | evenithing, generator, on VISTA MARINA $280 000 Net.
carpet ae we private driveway. Ideal site for small sub- | gated community ° pool and pati, amazing views Te eT pros Fully rented (apartment/office).
$1,200 en oe ue ea Pak SOUTH OCEAN Residential ag Det Truly one. of a kind! ceiling and mahogany Tel 393-2515.
OCEAN FRONT - WEST BAY}: Se : {ots starting at $99,500.00 and - stair rail. $269,000.00 HUBERT S MCKENZIE
STREET Gorgeous 3 Bed 31/2}. Multi-Family lots starting at Nicely furn
Bath Ocean Front. Home.| HOUSE FOR SALE_ | $105.000.00 ee Re Sr condo High} SEA BEACH ESTATES ESTATE
Home located in a gated : 9. WeteryOnts CONGO: sg) Duplex Townhouses 3 bed, 2 i/2 bath,
gat end finishes and fixtures, wrap} 3bed, 9? bath - $318,000.00 er 1 ai private

community with swimming pool| _ By Owner "| SKYLINE PARK: 16,484 SQ.

and’ covered - patio.} 2 storey Spanish style | FT. elevated lot in quiet
$1,155,000.00 house, western residential area.





around veranda, boat slip, car garage. Gated community
beach. access and more! 2 bed, 1 bath - $202,400.00 sea breeze lane $195,000.00

$585,000 ORIS SYMMONETT Tel: 324-0285/ 393-7394/ 454-































CANAL FRONT = 4 bed, 3 1/2 baths, _ | 769:000.00 -Lots- REAL ESTATE at 9198 457-2285

SANDYPORTBrand New 3] quiet area. LOVE BEACH: 26,000. SQ. 4174 Watercolour} 929-8280; Eve. 325-1961 | WANTED URGENTLY

Bed, 3 Bath canal. front home, $385,000 Net. FT. Multi family lot with view of lots, 2 available. Starting} ——_____ Vacant Land, Houses,

which ~ features elaborate .. | ocean and beach access. This Cay lol, 2 000 PROPERTIES IN Duplexes/3-plexes

Bahamian architectural details, Close to everything. is a great opportunity. Tapartitientts

fp Gt thee =. finishes, |. 359-0904, 393-4476. | $695,000.00 Indigo _4172-___SF lot. with Bi sits Commercial Properties

including . granite: countert a i i 2 oj

Rentweed 4 fiooring, : high ~ LYFORD CAY Canal Frontage Sanat Ono i oe BY OWNER reas Yt ades

ceilings, and lots more. From. Greate, Ga} . | | Lot. $1,395,000.00 : : 393-1183 or 557-3225 >
the private verandah. one has a : ty OCE AN CLUB ESTATES Est: 4168-__ Single | Bahama ee we @ $12,000 anytime. ;

clear view of the mosaic and Multi family lots in new,








finished swimming pool / dock 25,565sq. ft. sandy beachfront) gated community in the west. Bahama sound “#10, 4 Lots @ LARGE PROPERTY
and gazebo. $1,400,000.00 Limited pact | ($4.9 million Starting at $90,000 $6,000 each on hill South Westridge. 90%
GCEAN FRONT WEST BAY ~ FOR SALE SAUNDERS BEACH Shae : Fes othe Island pe Beach. 2 Lots of an acre. $170,000 Net firm.
STREET Tranquil Beachfront | Commercial Lot near Bay COMMERCIAL = 6.5_—_ Acres | iargest lot remaining at Canal| Bahama Sound 47E, 2 Lots @ Call 557-2876.
none f ee ne ‘al Street, $200,000 pieet Access to Saunders} Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of $10,00 each ono :

rooms, ath wi ee df : a : :
oceanfront patio and pool deck. | “Large Lot on the sea, West $2,450,000.00 [cones oe Fee ear aan 2 ga! AE DE eM FELOPMENy L



$1, 800,000.00 Bay Street : $500,000 na Large

OCEAN CLUB ESTATES; | South Ocean Estates-

OCEAN FRONT - EASTERN|-Large Commercial Lot, | 29.621 sq. ft. lot_on pond, | noo sveiooment boom’ Dont| none Se ooo anytime.
ROAD Lovely 4 Bed 4 Bath| Prince includes approved architectural | rigs out! Coll for pricing!
Elevated Waterfront Home with} Charles. Drive, Shopping | Plans for a well designed 7,500























Montague Bay on one side Center site, $1,000, sq. ft. home. $1,695,000.00 Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
canal with Boathouse: on the : 3 lots starting at $100,000
other. Located in the exclusive | -Westwinds' Lots — from JACKISAACS INVESTMENT & APPRAISAL SERVICES 2-bedrooms, 1-bath Condo
fornia eo ues of “comes ee CALL TODAY Exclusive Lubber’s Quarters, a eae ae $124,800 Down $6,955.00
unnurs ed with staff quarters | :Yuma Subdivision West Bay | 322-1069 EVENINGS: 395- Rimer scare ee oe 3-bedrooms, 2-baths Condo
ano ae a car garage. | Street, $80,000 (gated). - ion 6650 or ae eee : $69,900 GARNETT LEROY ELUS $165,000 Down $8,975.00
JACK ISAACS South Seas (gated) $80,000 www.bahamasproperty.com To list your property, or sioge Papmet nopece Location: Out West - it's while
CALL TODAY. Port New Providence (gated). | — Pac nore Sales listings cane eee ee
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322-1069 EVENINGS: 395- | On Canal. $576,000 LAND FOR SALE __| °"3as¢ 83) Extate (242) 328-2001/322-7427 ||, Te! 394-8889, 294-7799,
ae or 4) EXUMA _www.ParadiseBahamas.com ‘¥ax(242) 356-4044 94-6890,
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! r Call 364-8515, or 3 075 1/2 acres - $45,000 - eS Email: glehighmark@balelnet-bs = Maintenance only $4 50a year!

www.bahamasproperty.com | For these and other listings. Tel 359-0904
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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,
immaculate condition.
$890,000. #5501

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 &
TOWNHOUSES
Paradise Island. Ocean Place.
2-3 bed condos with amazing
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.

Paradise Island. 2 bed, 2 bath
round floor condo in a water
tont gated coma w/pool.
Furnished! $795,000. #5723.
Sandyport. Condos with
docks, secure gated
08 Starting at

‘57

Dick’s Point. 2-3 bed condos,
dock space, pool, tennis courts,
Bornes furnished. Starting at
$555,000. #5497.

Coral Harbour. Duplex, two 2
bed, 2.5 bath units, pool.
$389,000. #5729

Mi 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.

Boatswain Hill — 2 bed, 2 bath
Townhouse 1200 — sq.
$190,000. #5517

Venice Bay — Brand New - 2
bed 1.5.bath 1200 sq. ft. 24 hr
security, community pool and
much more. Price reduced to
$167,500. #5654

COMMERCIAL
BSB House, West Bay Street
—- three levels, 5,500 sq.ft.
overlookii Nassau harbour
and beach with parking. $2
million. #5760

Tel: 393-8630 » Fax: 393-8638

Oaksfield - 100’ x
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 :

- QUTISLAND VACANT
Abaco Club at Winding Bay.
Estate lots. Starting _ at
$1,300,000. #5317.

Great Abaco Beach Front —

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
#5478

LITTLE EXUMA -— lot next to
Tropic of Cancer beach
$40,000.00 #5720

Rock Sound. One acre parcel
on QH $35,000 w/financing.
50 acres $300,000.00
w/financing.
South Andros. One acre
beach et with utility services.
$150,00 3

Rock Sout: Knowles Hill — 3
adjacent lots 90’ x 170’ -
$22,500 each #5697

Eleuthera Island Shores —
Ocean view residential
$18,500.00 #5642

Rainbow Bay — pene Ocean
front $62,500 #5672

Near Treasure Cay, Abaco —
2.5 acres. on Queens Highway | sec
$255,000. #5775

Fresh Creek, Andros — One
acre on canal . $50,000

San, Andros - One acre
commercial lot near airport on

ft. | 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

200'




















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.
JACARANDA SUBD: Opp. Old
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
ton $175,000. 7,000 s/ft and
al
YUMA ESTATES: Duplex lots
starting at $125,000. — Triplex
lots 8,106 s.ft starting at











CABLE. BEACH Beautiful
BAYROC. residences at pre-
construction prices from
$1,550,000 to. $2,300,000.
Amenities © include
gated ~ & ‘individual © security,
Syeene Baicorles, spectacular.
views.. 2

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;
tiled floors, large enclosed yard,
central air. Unfurnished.



$135,000. 6,514 s/t to 10,058 | $1,400

sft. single/f from
$90,000. =

INDIGO SUBD: 60' X 120'
hilltop s/f lot. Community
amenities included — security
gate, pool, tennis court. Within
ee distance. to beach.
235,

OCEAN CLUB_ ESTATES
#2177 29,621 s/ft lot on pond.
Full set of approved and
stamped architectural plans for
a well designed 7,500 s/ft home
included. $1,818,200.

APARTMENTS / CONDOS
OCEAN PLACE:
On Harbour, Paradise Island,
beautiful 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths and 2 bedrooms 2-\/2
baths Luxury. Condos. under
construction. Amenities include

starting

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
mediterranean style
townhouses. 3,000 s/t each.
Perpetual sea views.
shah ic includepoo! and

cooly ee 15,000.

JACAI ANDA #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
eteganily furnished residences

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





from $1,150,000 and 2
bedroom suites from
$1,800,000.

For these'and more call:

326 4800 325 3957


























A00p.m2 2
VISTA MARINA: 2 bedrooms

4-1/2 baths townhouse.
Partially furnished. With to
beach.

$1,600 p.m.

SANDYPORT: Executive - tri-
level townhose.. 4 bedrooms 3-
V2 baths, fully furnished, private
dock. In gated community with
numerous amenities. $6,000

p.m. :
PARADISE ISLAND: © 3
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths
townhouse in gated waterfront
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 cubnlies
and equipment. $700,0

#2341 Lucayan Gowers: Well
appointed corner apt. with 2
bedrooms 2 baths on 9th fl.
Panoramic views of Island,
Ocean and Canals. 24-hr.
security. $185,000.

#2342 Sunrise Park: Newly
built duplex with 3 bedrooms 2
baths. Units. _-Landscaped
grounds. $302,000.

#2343 Bahamia - . South:
Attractively designed. newly
built. Executive - Home. 3
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths. 2-car
garage, office, hurricane Brook
windows, pool.. and — more..

$350,000.

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.
Elevations of 70 ft.

Ocean Addition West:. 20,900

‘s/t residential oceanfront lot.

Beach access
$650,000 ~

For ‘these .a and more > call:
326 4800 325 3957







24-hour.








ALLIED REALTY

Homes/Apartments

10533 Coral Harbour duplex

townhouse 2bed 2.5bath each
unit with pool and enclosed...
$389,000. -

0562 Sea Beach townhouse
3bed 2.5bath large bedrooms
and living area...$320,000.

0549 Stapledon Duplex with
2bed:ibath each unit a/c and
enclosed — fully. - furnished...
$290,000 >

0502 Coral Harbour 5bed

3.5bath home with. 2bed 1bath|

guest cottage on large canal-
fron lot...$650,000.

0501 Clearview hilltop 5bed
3.5bath with tiled floors and
views...$650,000.

0566 Coral Harbour: 3bed
2.5bath. executive home. tiled
floors central a/c balconies 2
car garage electronic gate...

$380,000. :

0546 Sunset Meadows four-
plex -._ near completion.:.
$260,000.

0506 Camperdown 4bed 3bath
newly renovated home new
kitchen with ‘stainless appli-
ances... $465,000.

0512 Coral Harbour = invest-
ment property 3 Aparat-ments
on canal front lot...$425,000.

Vacant Land

0504 Jacaranda gated com-
munity near Old Fort Bay single
family lot... $120,000..

0505 Westwinds. gated
communinty in love beach multi
family lots... $100,000.

0567 two acres near Silver]

Gates. ..$300,000.

0553 Gladstone Rd. 1 acre].

..$300,000

0559 Coral Harbour. 90x100
single family lot...$90,000.

0510. South Ocean: - Gated
single family lot $94,500 multi-
family lots starting at $105,000.

South Seas: Gated near
Venice Bay single family lot
starting at $80,000. multi-family
lot starting at $95,000.

Tel/Fax: 362-2858,
Mobile: 557-0288, and

.www.allledreattybahamas.com

www.alliedrealtybahamas.com -












$185K-$215K
Two
| Reserve. Project Commences
Mar '07

remaining $1500 to

Ph: 454-7999

Twynam near beach,

2 condos plus efficiency unit
For. Sale
Buliding size-3200sq ft, land-
14000sq ft.
$425000.00 gross
Telephone 324-9066 -

FOR

SALE

Beautifully
‘landscaped and
situated on the canal
with a breathtaking
~ view, isa -
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... -

_Amust see!!
Asking $495,000
gross furnished.

Call 356-3189 and
ask for Carolyn.

Lots For Sale

», Coral Breeze Est: -
Single Family 7835sq. ft.
90,000.00.

Triplx 8,000sq. ft:
$99,000.00
Ph.328-2797, 427-7409

HIGH VISTA

3 bed, 2.1/2 bath

Bahahama room.

Pool. Generator.
$328,000.00.

Telephone
322-8989(day),
324-4903 (night).
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family lots available in newly | swimming pool. w extended] ovailabie. Short drive to the

developing gated subdivision. | deck, enclosed garden & a two- | beach. $24,5000

Duplex lots are also available.|car garage. Many _ other ee

Now taking. reservation| features including restored | 59941 Russell Island: 2 plots

: : 3908 ‘Shirle Street: | CORAL BREEZE triplex sites,
3991 Sandyport: Beautiful 4] Gommercial building situated 8,000sq.ft, $99,000
bed, 3.5 bath 4,400 sqft! in a high traffic area. Its

Home. Features, canal front,! centrat location makes this | SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES,
dockage, controlled entry andj 49800 sq. ft warehouse and residential lots, 11,566sq.ft,
pool. A must see! $1,500,900 | retail space a ferfect $95,000






















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Price: $90,000 gate, pack up Nel wee and electricity and other necessities | Constructed 4 bed, 2.5 bath CALL. multi-family all utilities, $95,00C
SKYLINE LAKES! — Fulh $829,000 lef: 562521. Price: | a6 provided. 0.176 acres at home. Located on quiet street,]_ ERA Dupuch Heal Estate YUMA ESTATES 6,500sa.ft
finshed obalm ee ! Sul 0 '$90,000 and 0.379 acres at. | Walking distance to __ park. Tel: (242) 394-1494 or onal end fauna
fue ed 2bd/2.5bt. townhouse TOWER HEIGHTS! 3bq/3.5bt $240,000. Both for $310,000. © Includes 2 car garage.| - 242) 393-1811 residential an rat i family fron
jocated in western New n . : $385,000.00 info@erabahamas.com $90,

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delivers 1,100 SF. of luxury |home in the eastern district of Rene. 0 eat oe
within gated ~~ community.|New Providence. Spacious) within the Stella Maris

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. 3826 Windsor Estates:
Beautiful elevated 4 bed home

SOUTH SEAS, duplex, marina
and multi-family Lots from





Amenities _ include . wooden{home features mahogany ; with fabulous living areas, 80,000
ceilings, tile floors, open} doors, hurricane | windows, community: $26,000. pickled wood ceilings, recessed
kitchen, © laundry —_ facilities, | cherry cabinets & gorgeous hill 3924 Simms Long Island: 1.5 EMERALD COAST,

lighting, central A/C, pool and
acres of Waterfront property in| deck area. $930,000. See

$198 000. ee : 3478 Sans Souci: Large 4 bed | LIGHTBOURN REALTY

WESTWIND, duplex site
4.5 ‘bath. family home and

9711. Price: $255,000 =| FOR # PROVIDEN be Tropical Gardena. bad, 2 60'X100', $100,000.

3 ee Generous rooms & a clever : ‘ . ,| cottage command sweepin : .
ADELAIDE! 3bd/2bt home in| floor plan allows for maximum | 279 Bahama Sound: Lovely) <2. Views, also included fsa {| bath townhouse fully fumished, |” VENICE BAY, Residential and
quiet residential area in gated| comfort and privacy in this|#” of rocky shoreline. Just 5 | Ded cottage. $475,000.00 $1,800/mont multi-family sites from, $95,00(

community “with 24-hour | 4bd/5.5bt. home in: exclusive] :
Close minutes from Georgetown. | 5654 pelaporte Point: Three | Deal’s Heights. 3 bed, 2 bath} TROPICAL GARDENS, multi.

security. to beaches and |. community. Features include’ $180,000 i
Pome ‘atures many amenities. {modem kitchen w island, ,000. storey 3 - bed, 2 bath home corner lot, large -patio. |. family site 6,920sq.ft, $125,00C
townhouse. Offers great view, | Furnished. $1,500/month.

Web Ref: 9657. Price: | his/hers. bathroom in master © :
$263,000 © ~~ | Suite, study w fireplace, 2-car goes Femingo Bay: eau gated community, _ private] #RO179. : HIGH VISTA ESTATES,
triplex site, $147,000

Bel Air. 1-2. bed, 1-2 bath,



ceiling fans & central -air.| top sea views and more. Web
Community features courtyard, | Ref: 562431. Price: $809,500

|, gazebo & patio. Web Ref. ne ‘
rit eee ee | PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!

single family, $90,000



















WESTRIDGE ESTATES! 1.014 Bndccaoing cone font See Te 10000007. Beart ere pool: es22nere Air.

acres hilltop: lot. with ocean| property & dock. Web Ref:| eee 3943 Carefree | Semi-furnished apartments. Beachfront lot 50'x176'
views located in. exclusive | 10308. Price: $1.8M | Condominiums: 3 bed: unit] Starting at —$1,200/month.| ADELAIDE BEACH, $177,00C
community. Web Ref: 10047. recently undergone a complete | R0175 .












| 3987 Flamingo Bay: Lovely
half acre lot with deeded beach



































Price: $393,000... — RENTAL : renovation. New _ storm-proof HIGH POINT ESTATES,
2 Mies COLLINS, AVE! Conveniently aecees: $50,000 windows, tiled and. carpet| Tel: 993-8630 - Fax: 393-8638 triplex site 8.5175q

HIGH POINT ESTATES! Newly | located "furnished: : apartment Seni = ‘1 | floors, new. .appliances,. A/C, 105,000

developing subdivision. . with | with 2bd/1bt, features wooden oe tanings Bay oar alarm and furniture. $350,000.

pre-construction _house | floors in bedrooms with private | acre Cat Island, all utilities NASSAU GARDENS,

packages. Home features|patio at. back. Web Ref:) 3 yaiabie, $235,000 2489 Sea Breeze: Modern. 3 multi- family 84'x112',

Sea/et w two-car garage and | 562424. Price: $1,500 p/m Seat . bed, 2.5 bath. Features $105,000

laundry toom. . . Features. 3 i _ | spacious living. area, ‘granite ‘

separate family room, _open| SANDYPORT! This. 1bd/1.5bt ee ns counter tops and stainless steel SAINT ALBANS DRIVE

2-acre site, $660,000









living room, dining room, large | apartment unit features ocean
master suite with walk-in closet, | views, large rooms, top of the
his/her _ vanities, _ < oversized | line. appliances and plumbing
. Roman. tub, separate. shower fixtures, ceramic. tiled floors,
and more. Web Ref: 562335. }.and much more, Appliances
Price: $395,000 Bees only. Web Ref: 9870. Price:
‘ $1,800 p/m

master suite -with living. area. | aPPliances. $470,000.00

Two:bed on lower level with
separate... fear entry.
$4,000,000.00

Home. in Eastern. District: 3
bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths.| OFF PRINCE CHALES, muti-
automatic gate, burglar bars, family 9,337sq ft $75,000
security system. Master suite Soe : :
with jacuzzi ‘tub and walk in MOUNT VERNON
closets. Excellent condition. multi-family site 50'x100!,

















3928 Blair: Spacious 4. bed
home with a covered carport,
storage shed; 2 central A/C
units, a new roof, and a large
fenced in back yard filled with















3694 Governors Harbour: Re-
















































oie ; sidential lot 10800 sq. ft.j(e") ; i ; ious,
SANOYEORT! E67, OY anpreorm ossan_iew| 0010) Se7000. RUE ess. S250. Ty aun oe cal] SO
from this townhouse w 2bd/2bt | 3bd/3bt_ condo featuring a) 3887 Great Harbour Cay: 4|3965 Sandyport: Nice 4 bed ASE - SAINT ALBAN'S DRIVE,
in peta community. Fully eoiran pools Oe eats lovely harbour lots in the Berry | town-home on the canal with|—~GTENVENO’S MARKET _ Commercielite Sa5e0gT
furnished... residence. features fivishod. Web Ret: aaa islands priced just right! Offered | tiled ‘and carpet flooring, bay PLACE : :
laminate & tile floors; open: plan Price: $3.500 ¢ + 8882.1 at $25,000 each. . | window. and. covered. patio. PHONE 356-0894
ivingidining ate & oy rice: $3,500 p/m : : Unfurnished. $694,000. _ ie cet ea ont
equipped kitchen, balconies . : : : eS ,298sq.ft, multi-family,
more. Inclusive of: private dock | WINTON! Executive. 4bd/3.5bt Se ee ee ee tin arse 3825 Sears Hill: Commercial : ie sats $113,000




& parking space. Web Ref:;home with large rooms, | yj i building, ideal for medical
562311. Price: $475,000 beautiluly landscaped yard and Pink enone me at ‘% office, Features, reception area
: pool: Features include a large 4,047,000.00 f and. 5_ offices, kitchen . and










WESTPLACE INVESTMENTS
residential! 13,708 sq.ft,















CARMICHAEL eS RO! modern Bichen, Scat aoe conference room. $925,000. SEASON GREETINGS $165,000
ommercial prope resently | an jered palo: pe or i : p ee PLEX PACKA ;
with. Cah west: y "4 ong | entertaining. Web Ref: 8207.) 9077 Harbour Island: 3 hiss 2376 Bay Street: This large or Deen ataae © SOUTH WEST RIDGE
bedroom apartment units pace a $5,000 Be OVIDENCE! around. terraces with spec- conimeseial Budi ie a te 2-bed, 1-bath rented side area 130'x550', 1.32 acres,
OS aT | ee ee a Sbd/3. bt beachfront condo. in| ‘cular, views. Beautiful furni- eart-of Gown towne 12 ao ere aes $275,000.
land with 85' road -frontage. | gated community with pool, stings ineludedl # S600 oece8 CALL HOUSE PACKAGE
Great opportunity for | tennis courts and dockage ‘is ach Est: ERA Dupuch Real Estate GOLDEN GATES CURTIS THOMPSON
investment, Web Refr 562351, | available. Web Ref: 5980.| 75) “4sPscn cai or Fay Tel: (242) 394-1494 or 3-bed, 2-bath REAL ESTATE
Price: $319,000 "| Price: $5,500 p/m ee a Teh ee eer rex (242) 393-1811 ~ Carport and utility room 326-1514 or 325-0318 Days
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. | Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. ; 242) 394-1458 info@erabahamas.com — E 170,000 323-8408 or 324-3955
Laas Ph: 242-993-6618 |. , nfo@erabahamas.com bananas: eo Evenings
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REAL ESTATE COMES COMPLETE | www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
NASSAU LOTS ; TURN KEY. a
SERIOUS PERSON _ | Waterf Seem bed, 4
Ww idge: Multi-famil aterfront Estate. ed,
oe available vin develeoing ONLY NEED. bath home w/ 1 bed, 1 bath

area. Starting at $159,000-

cottage. Furnished. & equipped,
$249,000.

garage, pool, generator,
optional dock space. $9,000/
month. R0149

Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5
bath hilltop home on 1.7 acres,

CALL: 327-2723.

1693 Eastern Road: Large
vacant lot on hilltop in a nice
area with views of the sea. $



479,000.00 pool, generator, garage:
ROOM MATE to share Furnished.$9,000/month.

3956 Yuma Estates: A private 2 bedr Apt, (0181

and gated community with over Caves Point — 3 bed, 3 bath

Malcolm Allotment, fridge,
stove, A/C in bedroom,
washer, waer included.
558-7745 (D), 361-7164

fully furnished. ocean-side
condo, 24hr. security, 3 pools,
2 beaches, gym and. covered
pari. $ 8,000/month. RO172
Dick’s Point. 3 bed, 3.5 bth
townhouse, dock, great sea
views, fully furnished. $6,500/
month. R0O197 -

Caves Point — 3 bed, 3.5 bath,
ocean-front condo, fully
furnished, large balcony,
community pools, gym, 24 hr
security. $5, boo/month. R0200
Treasure Cove. 4 bed, 2 bath,
fully furnished, pool and patio,

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.



PREFERRED SINGLE
FEMALE to share two bedroom
Apt, fully furn, $400/pm, $900°
to move in. Tel 436-3685.

1-BED, 1-BATH Winton area.
Central air, $750/mth. ©





1255 Lyford Cay: Enjoy and Tel 393-0868. 24 hr. security. $4,000/month.
live in the: fabulous gated} ————__-_ ~~ | ROTES

community of Lyford Cay on| TWYNAM HEIGHTS: 1 bed|Sandyport. 2 bed, 2 bath
this .88 acre lot. Greatjapt, furn, s/bars, water, light,}condo, — furnished, garden.
residential community. | enclosed, for single individual. | $3,000/month. R0195
$500,000.00 , Tel 393-5987, 364-2302. Orchard Terrace — 4 bed, 2






bath furnished home, 2 car
arage. . Excellent condition.
$3,780/month. RO0144.

Winton. 3. bed; 3.5 bath
furnished house, pool, pool
room, mature garden.
$4,000/month. R0191
Compass Point. 3 bed, 3.5
town house, ocean front, pool,
furnished. $4,000/month.
RO0193

Sulgrave Manor. 2 bed, 2 bath
lovely furnished unit.. Many
amenities. Pool and beach.
$3,500/month. R0156.

NEW 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
APT LEEWARD EAST, $900
MONTHLY. PHONE 465-7401.

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Cable Beach area
Contact 552-1823

ONE ROOM APT FOR RENT -
Rediand Acres. Yellow Apt.
Contact: 394-3673.

NEWLY BUILT APT semi-
furnished, air condition, water
included. $600 per month. Tel

3745 Eastern: Road: Property
with ocean views in the Eastern
District. This 23154 sq. ft
unique homesite will not last for
long! $240,000.00

3951 Tusculum: Elevated
single family ocean view lot
(18200 sq. ft.) located in the
Tusculum Subdivision.
$480,000.

3975 Coral Harbour: Single
family lots located in Coral







Snes cane uc | ezaee beds ar aps enae
See ‘i . BEL QUO S es Solr Sash tates oe
ivision features under-ground ONE BEDROOM APT semi-

utilities and two parks. $
950,000.00

3974 Coral Harbour: Duplex/
Townhouse lots _locat in
Coral Breezes Estates. This
subdivision features
underground utilities and two
parks. $ 99,500.00

property $3,000.00 R0217.
ictoria _ Court. Renovated
Condo 2 bed 2 bath furnished
$3,000.00 RO194
Saunders Beach. 2 bed, 2
bath townhouse. gym, pool,
beach nearby. laundry room.
$2,500. RO173

8th Teiteos: Centerville - 4

furnished, $600 monthly, sec
dep $300. Tel 341-4415.

COLDWeLL
BANKGR




\ bed, 2 bath with waiting area.

271 ese ao ee eee EY TyE2t reo yosz ba
as single family, 17220 sq. ft.- | www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
37108 sq, ft. Priced to sell and wanker furnished $2,500.00 RO186
starting at $225,000 up to Highland Park ~ 3 bed, 3 bath
$270,000. RENTALS furnished on a large lot. $2,300
3971 Indigo: This hilltop lot is | T; 1 Gardens. 2 bed, 2} R0215
located in a new subdivision in | bath townhouse fully finan Mount Vernon — 2 bed, 2 bath
the Western District, and offers | $1,800/month home. High ceilings, , enclosed
partial ocean views. $227,000. | Deal’s Heights. 3 bed, 2 bath Bato $ $1,950/mo:
2542 Soldier Road: Secluded} home corner lot, large patio.
commercial lot that can multiple | Furnished. $1, month. Montagu Villas — 2 bed, 1 bath
uses. Hasprivate driveway and | #R0179. townhouses. Flecerty
is fenced in on 3 sides. Bel Air. 1-2 bed, 1-2 bath, | fenovated, furnished, A/C,

CALL semi-furnished apartments. | gated. $1,800/month. R01

ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453 ©
info@erabahamas.com
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200/ oral Harbour . 2-3 bed, 2.5
peel at: st eon bath furnished. Canal front.

RO175 $1,850/month. R0118.
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3679 Paradise Island: Harbour
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#3208 Lake Cunningham,



large 5 bed, 5 1/2 bath family : . | entry, oceanfront, pool, view
home. Luxuriously appointed, | Miramar, P.l. 2254- Furn. 3/3.5 | and secluded. $7,000/pm

this fully furnished, gorgeous | townhouse in. beachfront

home has stunning lake views | community. $5,500 - 13992 Sans Souci: Lovely 2

w/ dock for. water activities.
Lovely large rooms & separate
maid’s quarters. A must see!
$11,000p/m

#1934 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 1
bath condo in small 4 unit
complex on quiet street. Lovely
pool/patio area. Gated w/visual
surveillance on each unit.
Tastefully decorated & fully
furnished $2,500p/m

#3279 Lyford Cay, seductive &
charming 5 bed, 4 bath home.

bed 1 bath, furnished unit.
‘Features an open floor plan,
washer/dryer, —- A/C and
enclosed yard. $1, 500/pm

Sandyport R2253- Furn. 3/2.5
canalfront condo, nicely
decorated, boat slip! $4,500

Tuckaway R2252- Brand new,
feally nice, Partly. furn. 2/1
apartment, central. location!
$1,250 3

1592 Prospect Ridge: Unique
2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse has
spectacular views, pool, cable,
microwave, dishwasher and
community laundry. $2,400/pm

3980 Sans Souci: This
furnished 3 bed 2 bath home
features. central A/C, a fully







Treasure Cove R1215- Fully
furn. 4/2 with pool. Ready to
move in! $4,000 es




A Conchrest R2243- Nice, newly | equipped kitchen; laundry room
Gorgeous golf course ‘views.|furn. 2/2. second-floor | and a patio. $2,500.00/pm

Other great features include
large swimming pool & pergola,
water osmosis -plant/ private
well. Fully air. conditioned, |
cable/internet . ready, semi-
furnished. $8,000p/m

oceanfront condo. Great views!

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2847. +Bayroc:. Beautifully
designed 3 bed 3.5 bath con-
dominium: Features, controlled
entry, oceanfront views, beach-
front, pool and secluded.
$6,500/pm






Westridge R2250- Brand new
3/3.5 furn. Townhouse. with
private pool. $4,750

Victoria Court B2251-_ Newly
remodeled 2/2.5, fourth floor
condo. in central . location.
NICE! $3,000

Grove R1206- Turn key, 3/3.5
|home with views. and near
beach! $4,000




#3289 Sandyport, 3 bed 2 1/2
bath. waterfront apartment w/
30ft boat dock situated. in
vibrant Olde Towne. Lovely
views of Sandyport. Luxurious
décor, furniture & fittings. Bi
screen TV. Residents have full
access to the Sandyport
beaches resort pool & beach &
amenities. $4,500p/m .

#3280 Victoria Court, 2 bed, 2
1/2 bath condo. Elegant, gated
apartment building in
convenient downtown Nassau.
This spacious ~—_ apartment
overlooks the harbour. Central
air. Shared pool $3,000p/m

#3226 Highland Park, 3 bed, 2
bath, family home. Large open
lan, living/dining/kitchen.
rge screened in porch.- En-
closed vata with pergola. 2 car
ports. Furnished. $2,300p/m

3934 Compass Point: Lovely 3
bed 3 .5 bath, ‘fully. furnished
waterfront condo offering
spectacular sunset and ocean
views. $4,500/pm

3921 Harbour Colony: Nice 3
bed penthouse unit with views
of the Nassau Harbour. Open
floor plan, large kitchen,
faundry area = and pool.
US$5500/pm.

3970 Sandford Drive: Fully
furnished 3 bed townhome with
wesne ye tiled and carpet
flooring all within an enclosed
yard. $3,000/pm.

13972 Tusculum: Furnished 3
bed townhouse with tiled and
Seabeach Estates _R2232-| wood floors, central AIC,
Tastefully furn. 3/2 townhouse | washer/dryer, dishwasher,
with private . garden, . SS] alarm and intercom ‘system.
appliances and more! $2,500. $2,800/ Se eot em
inton: Gorgeous ne
re with 3-car gi eee
units, 2 kitchens oa ining
rooms, pool and beautiful
‘| landscaped yard. $
18,000.00/pm <
2084 West Bay: ate Bahamia
West 3 bed, bath con-
dominium comes fully furnished
in- secure, ey
with fabulous views.
4,000.00/pm :
3039 yiginia Street:
Immaculate’ detailing tiled
floors and carpet in. all office
Treasure Cove __R1480- spaces, more than adequate
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in

parking. $6,500/pm ~
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500 ; é CALL
























Cable Beach R2236- Furn. 2/1
condo in great location! $1,500

Furn. 2/2
with lovely ar views! $3, 500
NICE!






Brand
new, immaculate. 2/25 in a
gated complex. * Pool, gym,
eer custom everything!!








#3249 Palms. of Love Beach,
2 bed, 2 bath right next to the
beach. Beautifully decorated
whasteful furnishings. Lovely
ocean views. $3,000p/m

i eeeet Sandyport, ground floor

2 bed, 2 1/2 bath townhouse.
Nicely appointed. Fully.
furnished $3,000p/m

#3281 Eastern Rd, 5 bed, 5
bath, Eastern Rd hilltop home:
Wonderful views of the Narrows
from the living room, northern
patio & master bed. Home is
elevated, cool & airy. Large
kitchen w/ staff bed area off to
the side. Expansive covered

Cable__ Beach _R2112-
Beachfront.2/2. on ground floor,
only steps to ocean. ‘Awesome

views! $4,000

Seabreeze R1198-_Canalfront

3/3.5 home with dock. Boaters

dream! $2,950 - é

- Furn.,

newly” renovated. 2/2 i

beachfront complex. $3,500
New,

nicely furn. -2/2.5 townhouse

gh enclosed, private yard.









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se FULLY FURNISHED 2-ed, 2-| NEWLY RENOVATED, ONE|SEA BEACH ESTATES - 2| Town house or Rent






1. bedrm:House-Unit, $650, bath apt, air condition. $1,500 } BEDROOM, ONE BATH APT] bed, 2 bath furnished Apt

cable, tel, sec avail. 324-4262. Og per month. -Tel 324-4105, 556-| complex, partially furnished, | includes washer/dryer, Senta ee ee near aa
i ea ae UJ ACK ISAACS 8491. Pinewood Gardens. “| air, fridge, stove, linens kitchen | So" giciched suitable tor two
EASTERNAREA | Amenities include: utensils, etc. Also. includes} jive. inmates or single famil
bean untumished Apt g550. | NX REALTY FURNISHED (EFFICIENCY | NC. refrigerator, stove, washer, | water, cable telephone rental:| ynotaire spacious one
Cable, tel, sec. Sop BTS es” | APT) “SINGLE ROOM. WITH| “'yer, jacuzzi bath, light, water, | internet. $1850 monthly. Tel Beg Ik p loset, full
T el 324-4262. STEERER MIAN PO” | BATHROOM/SHOWER STALL | Cable, phone, internet, wooden | 327-4017. bathroom © Included = powdet
sR I FOR RENT ONLY/ WALK IN.CLOSET/ NO blinds and hurricane shutters. room, double vanity, Jacuzzi
Efficiency Ayala le ie "| COOKING FACILITES CAN|NO children, no pets. For! "Must SEE | shower stall, central air, ceiling

ACL GRISEA Gelade (light, |PROSPECT RIDGE: 2 bed, 2/.BRING | HOT PLATE _ & See | Single Offices For Rent fan and office space.
ti ble) (| bath forth floor apartment with | MICROWAVE RENT East, Bay Street, electrical, ] Downstairs - ‘one bedroom,
Rentt: $000 ner thon Call’ | golf course and ocean views.|!NCLUDES —LIGHT” WATER} ____=_=__=——C__it internet. & phone included. | bathroom, spacious _ kitchen,
324-0435. Gated community __ with TELEPHONE CABLE T.V. A/C} PARADISE ISLAND - ONE|Contact us at 393-8460/394-| living and dining space, ceiling
swimming pool.» $1,700.00 VERY NICE CLEAN & QUIET | BEDROOM APT FOR RENT | 4961. fans, air condition and burglar

Efficiency For Rent.. Gulf | unfurnished or AREA FOR A SINGLE MALE} Becoming available December
Course ‘eivd, Sea Breeze | $2,500.00 furnished per month. {ONLY NO KIDS OR PET} 18, 2006. One bedroom
Estate. Light and. water SERIOUS INQUIRIES” ONLY | apartment, fully AREA, 3-bed, 2 1/2-bath. free | gas. Must see to appreciate.
included. Semi-furnished. | HARBOUR: MEWS — CABLE | $600.00 PER MONTH FIRST & | furnished including washer and | Cable and water. 1 car garage. | Berson interested please call
$550.00 per month. First and] BEACH2. Bed 2 Bath| LAST + SECURITY 393-3667 | dryer. Apartment just recently Se No In a the New 364-4422. eve, or 436-7555
last months rent and $400.00 | Townhouse End Unit, located in | -EQRNISHED 4-bed Efficiency, | “enovated ; 3055 48%) anytime
security deposit. No~ children, | waterfront community with Water & light included ¥: Jwith. all stainless ~ steel :
no pets. Single occupancy only. | Private beach. and pool, Tel 364-8508 z furnishings, wooden floors etc.| SHOP SPACE FOR LEASE SHOP/OFFICE SPACE 27ft x
Telephone 324-2777. tully furnished $2,600.00 perj___= =" | $2,000 monthly, Newly built, attractive shopping} 57f, $so0/mth 1st, last and
eC ROA month FURNISHED ~ STUDIO | utilities not included. Please | plaza, Blue Hill Rd South, 2 sec. This complex. is located

: APARTMENT, between | Call @ 424-4960 or 422-3551 or| miles from Golden Gates !
BLAIR: 3 - 4 bedroom with|THE GROVE - WEST BAY Cowpen:Rd: West,-opp: Rudy's

Carmichael and Fire Trail Rd. | 393-1048. Shopping Centre. Look for 2
office, pool house,. beautifully} STREETSpacious 3 Bed 2 Bath | Water, light, cable included. | BARADISE — ISLAND | Strey building with 2 ice cream Se eae i cugene

MCE CONDO WESTEDN | Dats. Including washer, dryer,
NICE CONDO - WESTERN cable, fridge, stove and cooking












































furnished, $3,500 or $4,500 Home on very large enclosed | 356-6904, or 456-2472. HELICOPTERS is seeking a| cones. Phone 361-1665. oe eae
, ieee lot fully furnished $2,500. per HIGH VISTA - Furnished 2 bed, ‘Driver/Ramp attendant. Sarsis | LOVE BEACH ESTATE Towne
PARADISE ISLAND: 3 bed,|month UInISned 2:56 P ONE 2-bedroom Apt for rent] house, 2bed, fully furnished,






$725 per month, first and last} A/C, alarm system, sec yard,

Condo Harbour side with dock, 2. bath, living, dining room, applicants need only apply.
$1500. .Phone 359-1260 day or

ee | air, alarm, wash & dryer, st “have a valid driver's
very nice, $6,500 DELAPORTE —_ Oceanfront | central ry i "S| month, $450. sec dep. Iron
townhouse, 3 Bed 2.5 Bath fully | © etc. Tastefully decorated, near| licence, police. record, 2 bars, water, A/C, fans included.

ight
< : Bae rt: photos, Bahamian SLA Sea INES

PARADISE ISLAND: 2 BED, 2| furnished. 2 swimming pools, | 2&@ch. $1500/pm, 1st, last, sec | passport ph No pets. Phone. 864-7746, or

BATH CONDO, GATED SEC;| beach access = and good dep, 557-0964, 556-8491, or} passport, and at least three 364-2214 TROPICAL GARDENS off

: 324-4105 evening. references. . For information, ; WEST BAY STREET. 2-
POOL VERY NICE, $4,000 gear in Sites Communty | one SEDRGOA APAATHERT please cali 363-4016, ask for a ea SAEm ESE HEnt bedroom semi-furnished’ Apt
OCEANFRONT CONDO 3 2h : e Gail Riley or Trevor Moore: 3 bedroom house with room for] fridge, stove and — water
BED, 3 1/2 BATH, POOL

CAVES. POINT. Oceanfront Walt and. Sore yon ous) | NEWLY RENOVATED 6 bed | rent. Access to all facilities in| included. $800 per month, first,
BALCONY ON. SEA, VERY

well. lit and secure yard water, * AY 5
‘Condominium 3 Bed 2. Bath| cable, phone, refrigerator and|bath house in Johnson Rd.|the house. Kitchen, living and Leet a ere eae Coe: Tel. 502
NICE, $4,500 Fully Furnished Gated | stove included, also A/C and | Estates with 2 additional rooms | dining area. $300.00 a month. : :

: s Community Pool / Gym ceiling fans, five minutes walk | for optional _bedroom/office/tv | Call 525-5317 or 364-0740. NEW 1-BEDROOM
3 BED, CONDO, WEST, | Covered Parking $6,000. ‘00. per|to the Mall at*Marathon, one|room - . basic appliances SPACIOUS D-bedroom unfurnished condo, Sea
PRIVATE POOL, GATED, | month : minute walk to the bus stop and | included. Asking $1,500.00 per OUS 2-bedroom | Breeze. Enclosed yard. Water
VERY NICE; $3,000 : ten minutes drive to Paradise | month - first and last months | #Partment for rent in a quiet] included. A/C, $700/pm 1st, last
JACKISAACS. ~ island (little to no traffic) central | rent, security deposit and lease | 274 off Faith = Avenue. | pius $300 sec. 324-3979.






























































HILL TOP ESTATE HOME, 4 _. ‘REAL ESTATE location, Peardale off Wuiff| required. Call’ 324-1364 for Amenities incl: water, burglar | ———_"_____
BeOS Ba seid “apo GALE TODAY: 45 | Road, no kids, no pets, and no | details. brevsiore. ter wacker and | Sans Soucl, soso. Water
PRIVATE $7,500. “050 oF 424-0685 | Sr ta ovine sort oral geen [PRIVATE T-bed apt IN} dryer, first, last and seo dep| AIC, alarm, fridge, stove and
es ~_ www.bahamasproperty.com sec'deo: Serious induiries oni NASSAU EAST. Quiet | req. $750 monthly. Contat 544-| washing facilities incl. 424-
TELEPHONE 393-0860. 393- |. : c ep. au ¥- | neighbourhood, mahogany | 3264 for info. Serious enquiries 5372/477-0708, 341-1776.
11104541930 —C«W Phone 326-7477, or 322-4205. | closet, charming fireplace and | only please. NEWLY BUILT 27 bedroom
noe pas FOR RENT ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT | enclosed parking.. Semi edroom



EXECUTIVEHOMES 2-28d/1bath apts, —_ all for rent, well litand secure yard | furnished. including fridge,| SPACIOUS. __2-bedroom| @partment for rent. Blue Hill

FOR RENT | appliances/water incl. | water, cable, phone: stove, ceiling fan and A/C, light apartment for rent in a quiet oad Soult ist, leet noni

_ 5 Bed, 4 bath, $6,000: Boatswain Hill.” Call: after 5pm | refrigerator and stove included, | and water included, first, last}area off. Faith Avenue. ren ad eee redulies all 361=
3 bed, 3 bath, $3,500 - | 962-1121 "=| also A/C and ceiling fans; five | month rent and sec dep req. No | Amenities. incl: water, burglar 6 SE EOL VIEWING:

2 bed, 2 bath; $4,000 - > FOR RENT minutes. walk: to. :the Mall. at] pets $850/mth, 364-7208: ~~ bars, A/C, | ceiling fans, | OFF SOLGIER ROAD

2 bed, 2 bath, $1,500 | Centrally located, spacious 24 Marathon, one minute walk to] Gace eon peNTO provisions for washer arid unfurnisiied two bedroom, one

393-0868, 393-1110, 454- 1230 bedroom apartment for ‘rent. | the bus stop and ten. minutes. i HOUSE FOR RENT: | dryer,-first; last. and sec dep] bath apartment, water included

‘Includes frdge,. stove, burglar | drive. to Paradise Island central 3-bed, 2-bath, living room, den, | req. $750 monthly. Contat 544-1 $675 per . month, _ security

RSILae FOR RENT large. 1-| D3!S. vertcal blinds, a/c, ceiling | location, “Peardale off Wulf dibiag foctn sana large, Gicron 3264 for info. Serious enquiries | deposit $300. Phone 327-7847.

Bedroom 1 bath furnished apt [(2%S:_ water, fully enclosed, | Road. No _kid/pets/smoking, only please: WESTERN DISTRICT 1-bed,

attached to private home. Walk-

j : ‘ t see to appreciate. Tel
landscaped yard, and parking/| $600. per month, ‘first, last moa e123 Be ee lel Sea bad oH :
i 5 5 5 - 5 - | SPACIOUS 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath, | 1-bath, fully furnished
in closet, a/c, b/bars, water and $700/mth or $165/wk. Tel 393-| Month and $600 sec dep.
cable . included.“ Phone: and

2606, 393-2888. “Serious. inquires only. - Phone | 2268 anytime after 6pm living, dining, den, large | apartment, laundry —_ room,

a iE ( 2 : —____________________| enclosed yard, fully] enclosed grounds, swimming
internet. ready. $750.00. per ~~ FOR RENT SEO TART OL Set 208 Fike NEW 2- BEDROOM APT|\andscaped, alarm, _—c/air,| pool, includes water, $750
month. Ph: 364-5827. Two bedroom & One Bedroom NAUTICA - SEAVIEW DR

Hanna Road, beach rights, burglar bars, encl — carport, | monthly, electricity and security
SRI IORIE RSE PUTO a SEES -Apartment-for rent. Luxuries 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Bath | burglar bars, hurricane shutters.| located-Sea Breeze Est. Must | deposit along with first and last
SUNSET : PARK, | Call Deborah @ 325-0958. | with the master.bath' consisting {and water included. $750 per |-see to appreciate. $2800.00/pm | month's rent required. Phone
CARMICHAEL ‘RD WEST, 2- “f : - | of Jacuzzi tub, Kitchen, Living | month, First and last_months, | Tel 544-3242/324-8444. 326-1514, even 323-8408.
bed; 1-bath -partly -furnished,-| :

; Room : &-- Dining, Double | Sec. deposit $300. Tel 324-}
fridge, stove, ‘washer, . dryer} —————_____—~_________| Garage, . Washer. & . Dryer, | 7306. ay - | SPACIOUS. newly built semi-| WESTWARD VILLAS 1
water included, cable ready FORR RENT. - Central Aircondition. Fully | ——--- —______- | furnished one bedroom spacious, fully furnished. 2
burglar bars, yard. fenced-in for.| Large - efficiency apt. -off| furnish. Monthy. Rental of | UG 2-bed, 2-baths, $750 month | apartment, $700 per month, | bedroom, 2 1/2 bath townhouse
privacy. Rent $800, sec dep] Carmichael Rd., — separate | $4500.00: with first, last and] ». Water included, cable ready, | including, fridge, stove, wooden | contemporary decorated,
$400. Tel 341-3573. tkitchen and big bath. tidge, | security deposit required. You| and fenced, Ideal. for sharing, | blinds, carpet in bedroom, walk- | central A/C, ceiling fans, private
stove, gas, ceiling. fan, light, | can contact me:at the numbers | Zion. Blvd, South. Good deal!) in closet, central air, security, | balcony, private _ porches,
ONE BEDROOM APT Exuma | water & cable included. Very listed.below. Wendy Burrows . Tel 324-6964, or 341-1038 to water. First & last month-rent | security bars, walled and gated,
St, $500 per month. Water and | secure enclosed yard. Single] : Ph #323-5171 of 557-3793 see. and ‘security deposit $600 - | laundry room, water and cable
sec gate! included. 393- oleh or | Person ONLY. No Kids/Pets. © | ——__—"__ }_______} aquired: Suitable immediately. | included. beach ‘rights. Phone
552-0384 $600.00 ‘p/m . + $300.00] NEWLY. RENOVATED | 2) SANDILANDS VILLAGE | Contact Ms Pinder, 558-2819, | 502-3850, or 393-7624, 327-
——_ et security. Ph, 341-0909" bedroom, 1° bath unfurnished | ROAD - 2 bed, 1 bath, water | 361-9404. 5069 even:

One Bedrm Apt,-fully furn. All |__| anartment;; Bamboo. ‘Town, | included,’ $650 per month.
utlities incl.’ South Beach}FOX HILL ROAD, SOUTH fenced in’ yard, security bars, =
$600.p/m ist & last + $400.;ONE = BEDROOM. . FULLY | central air condition, $675/pm, | KOOL ACRES, ‘Koo! Aid ‘Drive























































































| 2-BEDROOM APT for rent} ONE BEDROOM. APT, A/C,
Fridge, stove water, blinds] water, light fridge, and. stove







sec. ph. 324-0546. FURNISHED LIGHT AND] $500 sec. Water included,|- 2.bed, 1 bath, $650 per} included. $800/pm, ist & last, | included, 1st, last and sec d
a | WATER INCLUDED PHONE | cable. ready. 328-3250/393- | month, 1st, last and’ sec dep. | sec dep $300 req. Off Cowpen eee png 92. Sed ep
HOUSES needed for Executive | 364-3465 OR 324-2329 1126, 324-4215 evenings. Bona: cae aye: p eee one 392-5264, or

to lease. Tel 393-0868. TEL 364-8988, ee cset
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1 Spacious bedroom water, light, | 2- BEDROOM spacious | BEAUTIFUL. 2. bed, 1 bath : : ‘WESTWARD VILLAS 1 fully
Apartment. hone, cable, own entrance, no | apartment. water — - included. | duplex apt, quiet serene area Sedo te tah oma furnished, 2 bedroom 2 1/2
Off Carmichael Road. -| kids, weekly $160, just $620 to] Central A/C, security. bars,'|St'° Andrews © Beach. © Partial : y bath townhouse, ‘central A/C,

furnished, high. ceilings, pool ie fees:
creieeadiyard hea store: anid ceiling fans, private porches
beaches. $3,500. 327-2694, | and Dalcony, sec bars, walled
557-8980 “~~ Land gated, ‘laundry room,-cable

beach : rights, great=: location

Light. Water, b/bars, c/fan & | move in. Call 341-0196 security | cable ready, yard - enclosed. | furnished, . central. air,:. fridge,
stove included. deposit. Golden Isles: Rd off Carmichael |. stove, washer, dryer, water,

Telephone & Cable ready. Rd... Please... call... 325-4880 | $900 per.month sec dep. 1st &
No pets/children/smoking 2 __Bedroom/t








Bathroom :
apartment Malcolm. Road_ off between 6pm.and 9pm.. last month required: Phone Mrs

$600 p/month S/Deposit East Street South,-cable and | 2-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE. Johnson, 364-1394. CABLE BEACH. z “Fabulous near-shopping centre and bus
Pheine: 341-8829. telephone ready. Complete new | APT Silvergates Subdivision. | BEDROOM..1- BATH | C’ound Floor Ocean Front One | stops. Rent. $1,500 per month

DIVE ; , ; bed One: bath apartment::for.} or $350 ‘per week: Tel: 502-
bathroom.: $600. per:.month | $850: per mth, $500 security. | UNFUANISH. HOUSE FOR ae Neila F .
Excellent for ateacher___| water included Telephone 242:| deposit, ist and last required. |RENT ENCLOSED _ YARD| Tent. Fully equipped. Kitchen, | 3850, 393-7624, 327-5069





1,0008G FT APARTMENT | 341-0781. | Water; light, cable, winternet, [LOCATED ON THE OF | gyimg/Dinng Room, Nice Large | ONE BEDROOM,..1. BATH,
fala tert’ deve |2NEW, SPACIOUS. 2700) ning Sot Sssehntace | AREET elo A WER se Bea wh =m Lee | EPC ng

ppliances;. refrigerator, stove, ’ 2 os | _preterred. 274: 14-4422. ‘ 0 ‘ : sar | included, mth; Ast andlast
washer/dryer, central air, ceiling th, Apt: enclosed. . yard: 3 NOT and Breathtaking Ocean





: ; : SBEDHOON la” BATG LAND... _UTILTIES = ond. ceiling | See: $000. Bellot: Road. ‘Phone
fans, monitored alarm system, | Phone, cable, light ready,|2-BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH|inciupeD Hew.Central alr and, celling | 356-2109, 9-5pm or 425-3003.
automatic gate, enclosed patio furnished or unfurnished | APT, fridge;." stove; washer, MORING # 364-3465 ans. $1 E ; Ca f peer et i fale
water and cooking gas included includes stove, fridge, . A/C, | dryer,: micro, bars, central A/C, EVENING #3224123 for appointment to View. “RENTAL?
cablefelephone ready, $925 | Washer dryer. Water included | $850 per month, first, last and }______""“""_“_| (ir e-"BERGa— oceanfront | 1-Sbd/1bath hse, inclosed yard, -
per month, first, last month and | South Beach. $800. per month, | $500 sec. 341-4701 after 5pm. | BEDROOM EFFICIENCY. A/C, apartment. in immaculate| _..._ all appliances incid.
security deposit required. | S&C dep, first-and last. Contact condition. 2 bed, 2. bath, Elizabeth Betis Ph.#362-

>AEDROOM o-paTURNON | Stove, fridge: & water. incl'd,
2-BEDROOM, 2-BATHROOM s I : ,
Minimum leasing,1 year located | 924-1644 semi-furnished apartment $450/pm, ist, last and $300] modem. kitchen, suitable. for























































off Seabreeze Lane. Phone|~ 2-BED 1 BATH, TILE, AC | Twynam near beach. Feature gee pees & gated. Single | professional ~ ’ person/s | ROOM FOR RENT in the East.
364-5424. Serious inquireis FOX HILL large, spacious living area and 5569(Cel), 325-0024(hm) swimming pool in garden| Elderly, nurse, tedcher, persons
plese !| Ready December 1, $550.00 PER MONTH private. yard, very © nice, | 7" SS setting No. children, no. pets} or couple. Water, light & cable.
2006. $200.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT | Available Dec 30 Tel 324-9066. | BRAND NEW. - 2-bedroom, 1- | allowed. $2,200 per month. Tel} $425 per month>+ $250 sec.
7-BED, 1-BATH EFFICIENCY. 3640411 (5:00 - 8:00) Z-BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS bath apartment, central air, | 927-5824. Call c/o 324-5504. : i

Water and light, $120 per week,
ist two & last two weeks +
$300 sec to enter (total $740).
Golden Gates 1, Lobster /Ave.
Call 242-361-2777.

>BED_1-5ATH APT Marshall : : ter, blinds washer and dryer.
2-BED, 1-BATH APT Marshall | basieally furnished Apt, City | Wael: , i

Rd, fridge, stove, AC, burglar |$3,000 per month. First & last RO: Pere eens eraultee oy
bars, and water: included. | month, one month security IN Gladstone Road. $800 per
Available now: Tel 359-1989, | ADVANCE. Serious inquiries month, 525-8738/ 361-0229. C
454-2250, 361-3125 after 5pm. _| only. ce 327-4316 leave msg SAK : AERET ‘ Hook, & OU ISy “100: partial 5237 :
3 ia SOM LL OEn LE ATLOR DE Coie: ND NEW ARTMENT | wooden floor, partial wooden — -

a BED, eck sem | 2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Fox Hill. citycomfort_apt13@yahoo.com | Marigold Farm Road, $750: per | ceiling, wooden blinds, . semi | SEMI-FURNISHED is
furnished, water, cable, A/C,| Water and. A/C _ included. Bee month:-1st.-last-and: see de hana, central air, ceiling fan,.| EFFICIENCY. single female and
sec bars. First and last. Phone | $650/pm, ist, last & sec dep] 2-BEROOM APT Sunset Park inc. Water. central - i cable ‘ready - Internet ready, male everything included. $150
324--7376, 364-3152. required. Call 364-5598. off Carmichael, * light, _ water, washer/dryer. Tel 395-4915, or|phone. ready, fridge, stove, | weekly, $700 to move in. Avail
1-BED, 1-BATH, semi-furn, 2-BED, 1-BATH APT, light, security bars, ceiling fans, :

Ssecul 395-7687. water. 2 person-maxium, rent| Dec 10, 2006. Tel 394-5093.
stove, fan, fridge, blinds, water, cable- and horie Ine F I ———______________1 $4900 ist & last sec’ deposit | SPACIOUS - Must see. 1-bed,
Johnson Terr $500 per month | included. Golden Gates #2. No|3-BED, _ 2-BATH CONDO, | BRAND NEW APT FOR RENT | $1000. Ms. Davis, 361-2446 or 1-bath off Faith AVe. full-size

$300 sec dep, ist and last] chi semi-furnished w/ridge, stove, |", Monastery | Partk — one | 326-6348 fridge, stove, central, A/C, sec
month rent. Call 364-3691, or Se ae lpm. “$500; cep: microwave, dish : washer, bedroom water light cale. and =

i By E bar, c/fan, utility room. Tel 341-_
= PaED—GRTH—Traurc| en, deen, Sa, waa| Se? S872" #77) GAPINSE serctya wah | 766 caR0008
1-BED, 1-BATH private home. 2-BED, . 1-BATH furnished | incl..and washer & dryer avail:

‘ BOANAT NEW ORD | intercom, burglar: bars,: central ; B E ;
$650/mth. Tel 393-0868. Duplex apartment, located in | $1550/pm. Tel 422-3440. BRAND NEW APT in| air ceiling fan, cable. ready, cM EANAL Sraeie on :
TBEDROOM ABT naan | private, quiet Western District. | “BEDROOM APT - West Bay, | Monastery Park. One bedroom | phone ‘ready, internet ready,| 0 bed. 1 1/2 bath rides, stove
1-BEDROOM APT - partly| Recently renovated, central . 7? | water, light, cable and furn. fridge, stove, water. 2 person : ath, triage, fi
furnished water, A/C, enclosed| A/C, very clean. $900 per | Partly furnished, pool & tennis | included. 364-7210, 477-0190 iu children washer/dryer & water,
yard $600 month. ‘327-0172, | month Ace ret tat Seca court. $1900. month. 327-0172, SAAN WA Tete inst eee donceh Hage . $1000/mth. Tel 393-5845.

4 E , Me saat > 1341-8808; - ND NEW refrigerator, ; de . | TWO 2-BEDHOOM-APT ALG.
TSS tke 8 5 Soa, ok ecb Benen 3-BEDROOM 2-BATH Condo stove, washer and dryer $2,000 ae Davis 361-2446 oF 326- ENG 2 BEDROOM AEE NG
2-BED, 2-BATH semi -|2-BED, 1-BATH p/iurnished | new, spacious, water and A/C | 2f $900 each. Phone 465-7401. : ;
furnished house, Sir Lynden| spacious apt, quiet area.” TW ‘ } ; BRANDNEW,

CLEAN BEAUTY SALON. Hair | oqo pand $750. Available Jan 1




CARMICHEAL BREEZES - 2 seed yport 2 Bed, 21/2’ bath
bed 1 bath, enclosed yard with | Townhouse. Furnished.. Canal-
intercom, alarm system, burglar | front. Dock: $4,800. p/m. Call
bars, jacuzzi, porcelain tile on} Gavin @ Knowles Realty 327-

























































































vo -| Included, $1325, 1st and last, BRAND NEW.
Pindling Est. $750. Phone 552- | Darling Hwy.(Harrold Road -| $500 ‘sec. Bellot Road. Phone ST OUT OF THE » * | and Nail-Booths for rent $100. | 4 -0339..
1025/455-8770. West) $800/,pm “Aseereteel SEE AoE On| RPLIVOOELAT RANED oe _[a20-2240s0ra96-5478. SOE S OSS




CLIPPR ~~ TSLAND, Sine Wene.
SERIOUS INQUERIES ONLY | SANDYPORT 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath I ln Imoaded) S800 noranly
ONLY.* No other furniture ze SOC SS townhouse. $2,500/pm. Phone} $300 sec dep. Call Mrs Gibson,

: Keplines Easter ae shag peace Ne Ma pr pls: ot East] BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS, 1| 227-5472. No pets. 364-3241.
1-BEDROOM APT off Golden | Pe! month, first and last month. | St, Crooked ‘Island St, opp|BEDAM :APT, A/C, B/BARS, | COLLEGE GARDENS. 2.bed. | ——wiscuanseunnesa
anes oer nicetoeke $380 sec dep. Tel 364-3254 convenience store, quiet, clean, |] CABLE READY; TELE LINE F pat Cumann soso inne SO oven!

1 bath apartment, $650, living,| . ¢ :
nage a one $300 sec | >-BED,-BATH APT FOR enclosed yard,.2 blocks from | AVAIL: WATER INCL; | dining room, A/C,. inclu de STORAGE SPACE
lep. Call 361-4961. «

Bus Stop, nice. kitchen, front : 1200sq_ ft in. Shirlea 24-hr
RENT Sunshine. Park, $700 per| room, sec. sys., all utiitles | CAL toe aey NO. KIDS. |water, 1st, last and see dep. | security. included. Call Johnnie,

1-BEDROOM = APT, __fully| Month, central air and water :

furnished, water, cable, ceiling | included. ‘1st, last and sec,

‘ - Phone 557-0964, 556-8491, ‘or | 995-0054 day/night. -

included, light, hot/cold. water, | ———______} ag, age evenings sday/nignt.
phone, cable, TV. .$500 to} .BRAND NEWS 1-BED APT |<< """’** Sikily’: ds Nan Booth For Bont 2100 ne;

fan, seg screens, AVC, included. | $400. 882-1917, 494-0460.__| move 'in, $160 & $175 per| PARTIAL FURNISHED | CORAL HARBOUR - Very Mee ite eee be

‘outh Beach. per month, |

1st , last and $500 sec. Phone kemp between 9am and 7pm. 325-2424(D) - and dining rooms -and kitchen.

392-0786. : call 326-0669 392-3251 (E) AC; ceilin fans, water

and bar 20 corner: established
business. Call'$93-8881 ©.
1BEDROOM furnished Apt|month, first and last_ month; | APARTMENTS AND CONDOS |, BUILDING FOR RENT | otwted, cable ready. $750 per | FORRENT: a
Nissan East. $650/mth No|| $500 security dep. Phone 392- CABLE BEACH Prime location - Shirley Street] Fon ocyqn> POS rie | teneueted ott bea 1 bat
children/pets., A/C, sec bars, | 4665 (w)356-1966 after 6pm] — Starting at.$800 per month. .| Just West of Mackey Street, |“ oo'® artimient in’ aches quict’area
washing facilities. Water | 324-4923. . Call 327-8587 ask for George. 6,000 sq ft. Plenty: parking. Call DORSETTEVILLE SUB a ¥ vR a in Inutes
included. Phone 327-5472, —— | —_____________"__| for appointment, 393-2122. (PORKY’S: CORNER, 6th _| Of Yamacraw Aid. just min
—_——_—______________ | 2-BEDROOM © APARTMENT, | AVAILABLE. DECEMBER 16, }————_________ Right, 2nd Yard on Left) away. from. the beach.
1-BEDROOM furnished | Golden Gates area, water and | 2006: 2-bedroom, 1-bath, fully] CABLE © BEACH MANOR.) open BATH APT VERY | Amenities include water, fridge,
Efficiency. light, water, A/C and | light, fridge, stove, security | furnished apartment, fenced-in ;

Large, charming. oceanfront stove, a/c, security. bars: &
cable included. Call’ 364-3624. | bars. $700 per month, first and | yard, Stapledon Gardens. $950 | studio, -up, great view, $1,000, | COMFORTABLE, AIG. | wooden blinds: The apartment

SEMI-FURN 1 bed apt. Phone 364-3339.

Pinewood Gdns, light, water | 725 i: i
and cable, Inc. $S0/mth. Call See oe aeT . Fidges®
394-3989. | / 0

FURNISHED - ROOM . FOR
RENT -for a. single. bachelor




























2BEDROOM. APARTMENT | Week. Weekly only. Call Ms] . CENTRAL AIR & WATER. _| spacious 2-bed, ‘2-baths, living

Sea Breeze Lane. A/C, burglar:
bars, water included. $700 per





























a eee eter A CEILING FANS, BURGULAR]: ;
z i last $400 sec dep. Tel 361-} per month, include water, cable |.On beach, security, gardens, gt 3 is cable & phone. ready. Also
irene toon unture nett | 4014, 302-9522, E and internet. Call 323-1234 | ambience. Great location near | RY RT ABLY. cee, IIe eee included is a washroom, pantry,














& broom, closet.. 1st month &

last month’s ‘rent: plus security

: oeperon ; is- required. e Oot
850.00/m; « ecuri

SER oD) oe tass ONY | deposit’$660.00, Contact: Ms.

(Proof of Emp! t Rolle -356-5592/341-4210. To

B Wegenee get an online ‘tour please visit:

equired) www.topdatbahamas.com/apt

eleciwater on. Off Berard Rd, | AVAILABLE JAN 16, 2007 | OT am-tpm. Ask for Pauline. | supe, restaurants, Dus stop.

Call 3277785 nowl
fenced yard. Weekly $130. Tel} New efficiency, fully furnished | CABLE BEACH Townhouse, | ————_____
324-6964 eve to see. all utilities included, phone line} 1 bed, completely furnished, | 2-BEDROOM: APT, FOX HILL
2 - STOREY, 2 bedroom Town | available. $600 per month, first, | high ceilings, pool enclosed | Semi-furn. Water, A/C included
houses c/air, carpeted, washer, |'ast_ and security deposit. | yard near stores and beaches. | $700 per month. 1st and last,
dryer, 1st and last & sec. Tel | Phone 324-5482 between 5pm | $1,300. $600 sec dep. 535-4228, or
322-6219. and 9pm. Tel: 327-2694, 557-8980 | 558-7765.



$625 p/mth. ist. + last + $500
sec :












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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006 PAGE 41





YELLOW ELDER GARDEN, DELIVERY / SERVICE EXPERIENCED SECURITY LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER is|2 EXPERIENCED SALES] A LEADING SECURITY FIRM
1 BED APT. ~ REPRESENTATIVE OFFICERS needed. ’ | urgently needed to reside in] LADY needed to work in IS SEEKING FULL-TIME
TEL 466-5636, 323-6034. : Call 393-2162. Abaco. For further information, | clothing store. Must — have SECURITY OFFICERS
z ESTABLISHED COMPANY | ——_____________________ | please contact 424-2380 or] outgoing personality, honest ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED| EXPERIENCED STYLIST | 367-6677 and reliable. Call 323-8345.

ANDIVIDUAL TO FILL THE needed for Beauty Salon. BS SS btn AMEE a ERS SA TR ati ee a EN
ABOVE ‘POSITION. DUTIES re LOOKING FOR A LADY to
INCLUDE ORGANIZING: PICK | BARBER needed for Beauty | cook Caribbean food. Tel 326-

Tired selling for a small UP.. AND. DELIVERIES. OF Salon. Call 323-1834. 4720.

Commission, sign up direct and | EQUIPMENT. MUST HAVE A|—_Y > a encep waitresses | LOOKING FOR A RELIABLE
VALID. DRIVER L EXPERIENCED Waitresses | LOOKING FOR A RELIABLE
earn up to 50%. Free sign up S) IGENCS needed for restaurant. BUS DRIVER with an updated

i i AND ABLE TO DRIVE A
Phone 325-7750. of 35672846. MANUAL SHIFT VEHICLE IN A| Fax resume to: 325-0588, or | licence. (No A/C). Contact 456-










+ Be between the ages or 18-45
years.



+ Must be well-groomed and a
good performer.















+ Must have the legal right to
work in the Bahamas
















= E80 STORE | SAFE. MANNER AND CLEAN call 325-4300. 5876, 324-5326.
GENERAL MANAGER | POLICE ne MUST Be oe: | FACTORY WORKERS needed | LOOKING FOR SOMEONE t 0 + coNo -history”_selerFeleny
Established food store requires | TO PROJECT THE to pack boxes, male or female. | grill’ jerk chicken and _pork.



aturday and Sundays. Phone.

General Manager to oversee all | PROFESSIONAL IMAGE Call. S22:8988 01-820 8078:



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5 —_____________} 326-4720.

aspects of the store as well as} THAT THE COMPANY. feorng hin wetrae a Vinsattc ae Sane Stel uh and perform. written orders,
expand the business. Applicant |] MAINTAINES AND ALSO BE GENERATOR TES MATURE FEMALE needed for understands policies,
will require the following:- ABLE TO... ARTICULATE : January, 2007 to work in. : procedures, and instructions.

- An extensive history’in the HIMSELF. EXCELLENT | SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE | housekeeping department_ at

retail food distribution business | SALARY+ BENEFITS | MUST HAVE 3=5 YEARS OF | Small Christian school. Only + Must have a High School
+ An extensive knowledge of AVAILABLE. EXPERIENCE’ WITH. THE] Christian applicants possessing Diploma or equivalent.
Gourmet Foods PREVENTATIVE pleasant people skills and

» At least 20 years experience |PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO} MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR | experience in general cleaning : * Positive attitude, great people
in the industry lawnboy @batelnet.bs OF GAS & DIESEL STANDBY | 2nd housekeeping willbe BUDDY RAY skills, and career oriented.
- Demonstrated management GENERATORS. CANDIDATE | Considered. Two _ recent Looking for a native show band Ability to perform as a team
skilis and ability to train, drive DRIVER REQUIRED MUST BE ABLE TO MANAGE | feferences required. Call 322-|~ Steel drums fire dancer, | players and act independently.




limbo, calypso songs,

4271 for-further information.
: junkanoo, rank and scrape, and

NAIL TECH needed ito rent

and motivate the work force é rel
+ Willing to. work long. hours as | ESTABLISHED COMPANY ee MUST HAVE A



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necess: ! d it} USA - island music. If.| do} ; inati
1 Discers exesilent eorRUni: SE an eee cae VALID DRIVERS LICENCE] Booth in a professional nail rock and roll original it_is mix investigation and. drug
cation skills ABOVE. POISTION. DUTIES BD peste UUEHICLEIN A salon. High traffic area. 392-|with island lyrics love songs SCLBE rng:
. See commuters skills INGEUDE, ORGANIZING BE) SAFE MANNER AND CLEAN mace See es vit ilar eee . Must Be viling ono nights,
_|RENTAL ITEMS, DRIVING ALESGKLLENT SALARY AND Nelle eee ers and | ies. We are good fora variety! verime = =
Submit written applicaion, to} MANUAL SHIFT TRUCK IN _A| GPPORTUNITY FOR ~Beauticians of muse with island lyric. Hotels
the following acres SAFE MANNER.: CANDIDATE] FURTHER TRAINING AND Call: 425-5497 like Atlantis, Breezer, Nassau, | interested persons can contact
OX MUST BE ABLE TO PROJECT | ADVANCEMENT. & BENEFITS|yg-cqcq ~~. | Lyford Cay Club and Out me 325-6170/4 between the hours
Nassau, Bahamas. _ |THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE AVAILABLE. + A $1,000.00|Needed = urgently nails] YO" AY of 9am-5pm , Mon-Fri.

THAT THE COMPANY | SIGN ON BONUS AFTER SIX | technician, Barbers and Contact USA











LOOKING FOR A : oa : : na Island Music. | ADMINISTRATOR needed for

NEW CHALLENGE MAINTAINS. MELING | LOT MONTHS FOR. THE RIGHT Beauticians "at Aan: eS Asus Bahamas. Phone 322-3378. non-profit organization. Seeking
WORK ON WEEKENDS AND} CANDIDATE Beauty Salon Phone: 425-5497

New jewelry store’ looking for HOLIDAYS. IS. A. MUST. Nassau, Street : a hardworking, organized,

Sales Associates - PEXCELLENT SALARY+1| PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO : : CACIQUE INTERNATIONAL | honest person, with a desire to



= ONE HANDYMAWN LABOUR-}| - COMPANY LTD. help. others. Counseling § skilis
lawnboy @batelnet.bs ER. Salary $175 per week. with over 9 years of outstanding | helpful. Fax resume @
GROWING COMPANY is ONE ~CARPENTER needed. | service in destination | 328-7824.

seeking to employ an Office Sale $350 pet week. management and event Affliates Needed.
Assistant. The candidate al 557074 1: planning is seeking to employ} jqict have internet access.
PASTRY R US - looking for | Should possess/be PART TIME EMPLOYMENT | Persons for the following part $500 paid weekiy.
persons to work in Sales.|*_Previous experience in an| Person needed: to pick up 8 dime positions: 4 EASY business!
Salary $150 per week. 3-hrs} Office required years old boy from school and } “/\ c oe ene . Just Follow simple instructions.
per day, 6 days per week. |°, Dependable, organized, | assist with homework and after | “-'N@ LOOKS | www.my.ws/Lrodgers
Contact Department of Labour | discreet, enthusiastic and | school activities. Must have -Waiters/Waitresses

Please send resume (with | BENEFITS AVAILABLE.

photo): Apply. PO Box AP
59205, Nassau. Slot 3380. PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @bateinet.bs

KEY BOARD PLAYER needed

for Church. Tel 361-1478, or
322-3378. -

LIVE-IN MAID: needed Must
have driver's licence preferably.
own a car. To also care for 12



































































year old child. Call 423-7754. ~ ; experienced administrative | own transportation and. willing | “Bartenders ' |AGENCY seeks to empioy
BOSS is seeking candidates to Boe eee! Fa See tbe Ot professional : : to be flexibie. even Assistants M persons with the following basic
fill Managerial and. . Sales : : * Technological literate incl. | Hours are but not limited to: ; Seton anagement} requirements. Must possess
positions immediately. ESTABLISHED COMPANY | Microsoft. Word, Excel and] 3 days per week, 3pm-7pm. it ssistants |good — organizational = and
Applicants must be intelligent| seeks © an. experienced Quick Books, E-mail programs} 2 nights per-week, 4pm- you are in the hospitality | communication skills and must
and upbeat. Attractive salaries refrigeration and airccandition |: Good. organizational skills &|11:30pm. industry or want to be in the] know how ito operate Microscit




meticulous record keeping Salary $140 per. week. service industry and have if| Office applications, especially
and benefits available. Send) repair technician with 81 "” Good interpersonal and | Call 544-7084 anytime, or 456-- you possess a__ pleasant] Excel. Must be high school













resumes to: PO. Box SS-6922 | minimum of . five years

i : customer service skills. 8125 after 6pm. personality, hardworking with a] graduate having —_ passed
or fax 394-0328, ; experience. Contact 357-7399. | ""E cellent. oral and written| Reference, police record &|& clean police record, and is a) BGCSE English and Math
BUSSY NAIL SALON needs EXPERIENCED: communication skills medical are required. Pees we are looking for ane finished sour core:
Nail Tech. Must. be| BAR WAITER/WAITRESS |: Self starter who can. work | —Saappacy TECH needed ed! enc resum ‘Attn:
foesional: Conmmnisa i indedendenthi <2 & follow | _PHARMACY TECH needed. | Excellent compensation and| Management, PO" Box EE-
392-4302, . peice AND ILGHEN STARE recta y Tel 394-3794, 326-6138, 425- | excellent opportunities exist for} 16319, Nassau, NP, Bahamas




to serve in high end downtown
restaurant. Both part time and













Please e-mail. resume © to: 1790 ask for Tika. you at. Cacique International.
office _asst_job@yahoo.com SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC Resumes can be faxed to 242-

or fax to 394-5195

















CABINET BUILDER needed.







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full. time needed. Applicants AN ESTABLISHED MEDICAL

Bite aaron: Cal Seana rut ave the’ following | Feavy MARINE & NEEDED ee a waSUTBS to: | FACILITY is looking to recruit
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SALES ASSICIATE
REQUIRED -

SUCCESSFUL

CANDIDATE SHOULD HAVE 3

5. YEARS IN A
SUPERVISORY
MANAGERIAL POSITION
WITH EXPERIENCE IN
RETAIL SALES, COMPUTER
LITERATE, HONEST AND
DEPENDABLE. EXCELLENT
COMMUNICATION SKILLS,
ABLE TO WORK UNDER
MINIMAL SUPERVISION,
ABLE TO MANAGE TIME TO
ACHIEVE GOALS.
COMPUTER LITERATE.
SALARY BASED ON
QUALIFICATIONS.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
FOR ADVANCEMENT.
PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @ bateinet.bs

SUPERVISOR needed with
experience. Phone 322-6219.

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 Selay
& commission. Fax resume
323-0231

SECRETARY needed, must be
able to type 60 wpm, have own
car. Call 323-0998, or 380-8188

WANTED HANDYMAN with a
valid driver license Please
contact 328-071 1/357-7399.

_ WHOLESALE & RETAIL
EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTOR
SEEKS





ASSISTANT STORE
MANAGER
+ ASSIST IN THE OVERALL
OPERATIONS OF THE
COMPANY

+ MUST HAVE 3 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN
MANAGEMENT OR
SUPERVISORY ROLE OR
ASSOCIATES /
BACHELORS DEGREE

+ TEAM PLAYER

+ ABILITY TO
PROBLEMS

+ MUST BE ARTICULATE,
DYNAMIC AND MOTIVATED

TIME MANAGEMENT AND

SOLVE

MULTI TASKING SKILLS
NECESSARY
* COMPUTER LITERATE

(EXCELL, WORD, POWER
POINT)

* EXCELLENT SALARY,
BENEFITS AND
ADVANCEMENT

POSSIBILITIES +
$1,000.00: SIGN ON BONUS
AFTER SIX MONTHS FOR
THE RIGHT CANDIDATE

PLEASE’ EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy@batelnet.bs ALL
INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT
CONFIDENTIAL.
lawnboy @batelnet.bs









WANTED
My Atlantis Photo -
Photography -bases ‘business a
new site at the beautiful Atlantis
Resort!! We are looking for an
energetic, outstanding and
dynamic individual to become a
art of our brand new team as
SHIFT MANAGER. Customer
Service/Sales experience, on
the job training competitive
weekly pay. Applicant should
have a pleasant personality,
honest, reliable and
dependable. Available to work
night and. day. Apply at the
Leeco Building, Thompson
Boulevard, 322-1566/322-2288.

SECRETARY/TYPIST
Professional Office has an
















immediate. opening for a
Secretary/Typist.. The ideal
candidate must possess

exceptional telephone etiquette,
good attitude, ability to work
independently or as. team; with
a minimum type writing skills of
50 wpm; and about three year
office experience w/excellent
communications and computer
skills; and be proficient in use
of Windows XP or 2000
environment; particularly
w/software such as M.S. Word,
Excel and-Quickbooks.

Bahamians and/or any
Nationality are invited to apply.
Please fax resume to 394-

58, or
llehteb@coralwave.com.

TRUCK TYRE REPAIR MAN,
EXPERIENCE __ ESSENTIAL,
OWN TRANSPORT, GOOD
BENEFITS AFTER
PROBATION PERIOD,
PLEASE APPLY BAHAMAS
WASTE. 361-6841.

e-mail:





F & Ss BLINDS REPAIRS,
BLINDS SHADES & DRAPES
TEL 394-4069, 565-3159
SALES AND INSTALLATION

BEES

Get RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price. 393-3939

+ Six week body makeover

+ Power 90 in-home boot camp

+ Get flat abs/slim waistline

+ Convert home videos &

camcorder tapes to DVD

+ Gifts & Home Decor catalogs
Phone 326-1606 or visit
www. cigiftcenter.com

DO YOU NEED a musician for
your wedding, funeral, or
church services? Do you want
to learn how to play the piano?
Call me, 356-4500, 328-1694,
324-7440, or 465-4461.

FLYING TO MIAMI and
you don't know how to find
shopping hot spots
I'll take you there.

Why waste time & money with
a taxi? When you can have
your own car & driver.
houseofmystic@hotmail.com.
326-4829.



































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*Tired fo paying your US bills
late?:

*Acquiring late fees?

«Tired of losing your pre- paid
phone number?

-Want to send money to family
or friends in the US?

*Need to place an order with an
US merchant?

.eNeed a package to be picked
up and taken to:a shipping
company?

*Need to pay a doctors bill?

*Metro US Bill-Pay has the
solution for you.

*Metro US Billl-Pay will pay any
of your US bills

Accounts such as:

JC Penny’s, Sears, Discover,
any Credit Cards, Talbots, New
York & Co:, Macy's Victoria
Secret, Home Depot,





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much morel!!
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For payment information and/or
payment arrangements visit our
office on 6th Street, between
Paim Tree Ave and Coconut
Grove :
Call: 786-208-1036, or
242-565-7878, Tezel Anderson
E-mail us at:
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FOR ALL YOUR VIEWSAT,
PANSAT - SATELLITE.

Installation and progamming’

18”, 30” Satellite Dishes
available. Phone 324-5467, or
636-3916.

SEASON'S GREETINGS










VISIONS OF BEAUTY
Is your hair natural and you’re
not sure what to do?
Call Tammy, 328-1906
Visions of Beauty,
Mt Royal Plaza
‘Twist-Locks:Treatments,
*Facial/Leg Waxing.

NEED YOUR Gas or Electric
Stove fix at a reasonable cost
before the Christmas, Call me
at 565-6252, or 636-8307.

NEED A DJ? Save money on
parties events & functions.
Wide selection of music. .
Free hour of songs:
houseofmysic@hotmail.com.
326-4829

O'RILEYS JAMAICAN
RUM CREAM
www.islandgourmet.org

All relevant duties already
included in price.









HAVE YOU ALWAYS
Wanted to fly an airplane?
Well now that dream can

become a reality.
Obtain you FAA Pilot’s License
right here in the Bahamas.





ering imulation
Flight Training
Ground classes
Begin Jan 8th
Space i is limited to 14 students
for the ground school.
Register: now to ensure

your seat.
Call 357-7346 (cl), 393-
8169(hm)
for further details.

XTREAM CLEANING
_ SERVICES
+Daily Janitorial/ cleaning
Carpet cleaning
‘Tile & grout cleaning
Residential/Commercial.
‘Tel:341-6633/324-7665,
436-6399.

EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE,
HARDWORKING YOUNG
LADY willing to work, seeking
job as live-in maid to:look after
kids or elderly persons.
Interested persons can contagt
341-5067(hm).

FEMALE









seeks "female
roommate to share -. two
bedroom 1-bath apartment,
$440/pm. Tel 341-8981

HIGHLY SKILLED AND WELL
motivated interior decorator.
Specializing in ceiling designs,
Spanish, Spanish with -sand
finish;_

Also can do wails. Iceland, half
cut moon. :

At a very affordable price.

| Call 394-8275, between 6pm-

10pm, or 394-1942 ask for
Terry.

LADY SEEKING FOR LIVE-IN
JOB ON WEEKEND.
TEL 364-1907.

MATURE LADY seeking job
care for the elderly/baby sittting
days. weekly job. Call. Mrs
Cargill, 565-8894.

LADY seeks weekly job as
housekeeper/maid. ALSO
WILLING) TO DAY WORK
FROM MONDAY-SATURDAYS
CALL 394-8605/426-3958.

MATURE LADY needed to sell
gift items from a tent location.
Must .be honest, reliable and
strong sales person. Call 323-
3345

MATURE LADY seek days
work from Monday-Saturday.
Also willing to do weekly job as
a babysitter,
maid/housekeeper.

Call 324-5210.



394-5608.

38-YEAR. OLD. LADY seek
baby sitter job. Call Ms Smith











‘| 322-8340,





























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CASINO & BARTENDERING
CLAS!

2 LADY is looking for job. Call SES



Register now for January -

Classes.
Tel: 324-231 1/ 324-9373 /

@ 525-8033. 456-1273

A mature, honest, LEARN TO FLY
diligent and reliable Christian} -Register NOW for Feb, 2007
lady looking for days or weekly Classes

work to do house keeping,

Tel:

office cleaning, baby sitting, 535-2480, 535-2484



elderly caring, etc. Call 426-

7930 :

CHRISTIAN. LADY seeking job ta
as .a_ live-in/live-out. Maid. PATIO SALE
Contact 341-4477. : SAT, DEC 2, 2006
ENERGETIC FEMALE seeks SAM-19AM,




Holy Cross Church, Highbury
Park, household items, women
plus sizes children's clothing
and furniture.

PATIO SALE
SATURDAY 16 DEC , 2006
B-11AM

position in Customer Service
field or Reception work. 6+
years in customer service field
and customer complaints in a
supervisory position . computer
literate and knowledge of point
of sale system. 323-6942/456-
0832. -

MATURE: YOUNG LADY with
great experience in sales and
marketing looking to work as
Marketing Director or Sales
Manager. Please call Sharen @


















Turn left at Sun Fun Resort,
West- Bay Street. Take first
right, go straight to end. Multi-
coloured Townhouse complex
on left. Unit #1 at Sunset View
Villas.





PATIO SALE
Saturday, December 16, 2006
@ 6am-12pm, Johnstone Ave,

Stapledon Gardens.
Contact 328-8767.

MATURE, HONEST, § diligent
and reliable lady wants days or |
weekly work in-house keeping,
Office cleaning, baby . sitting,
etc. Call 426-7930.

DAWKINS SECURITY GUARD }|
j FOR HIRE.
454-7304





FRUIT CAKES FOR SALE.



LADY. seeks days. work on Please call 324-2895, or
Tuesdays, Thursdays and 424-2315.





Saturdays. Includes cooking,
cleaning & washing. From
10:30-5:30pm on Saturdays
10am-5pm. Can be
recommended. by _ previous
employer. Call 394-8605, or
426-398. :

LADY seeks days. work on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays. Includes cooking,
cleaning, washing and ironing.
10:30 -5;30pm; Saturdays
10am-5pm. Can be
recommended - by _ previous
employer.’ Call 394-8605, ‘or
426-3958.

LADY seeks days work to do
ironing and light house. work.
Mondays - Fridays. Call 328-
4065 ask for Naomi.

LADY seeks job as baby sitter,
maid or housekeeper. Call 425-
0033 ask for Rosemary






FOR SALE -
STARTING @ $30.
FOR DELIVERY, 361-4175.

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF
“|. THE EPIPHANY on
Prince Charles Drive will hold a
Patio Sale on the-Church
grounds on Sat, Dec 16,
beginning at 6am.
A variety of items will be on
sale. ;






















FOR SALE
White Wedding Dress size 14



400
Tel 361-4200 after 5pm.

FOR SALE
king Bed; complete $499
Side drawers $80 each
Computer desk
drawers $200
2 mirror drawers $200 ea
TV centre w/built in drawers
$200
Centre Table $200
2 side talel $100 ea
4-pce dinette Set $599
Artificial trees and plans $10
andup
Baskets $5 ea
Geiling fans $25 ea

Tel 364-7651

DINING ROOM SET

Brand new, elegant,
Mahogany.
Including China Closet
$4,500.00

Call 324-7141







w/built-in












LADY seeks position as_live-
infive-out Maid or baby sitter.
Tel 341-2040.

LADY seeks weekly job as
housekeepers/Maid to take
care of the elderly. Contact
341-4477

MATURE LADY seek days
work from Monday-Saturday
also willing to do weekly job as
a baby sitter,
maid/housekeeper. Call 324-

MATURE LADY with driver's’
licence and a her owner car
Phone 393-2667, 434-2756.


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FOR SALE FULL BEDROOM SET.
Hardwood jbl. 4 chairs $400 j
Queen Bed $250 WHITE WICKER BED.







3 outdoor decorating ligth $150 HEAD,FRAME, DRESSER
each AND MIRROR, NIGHTSTAND,
2 seater sofa $200 AND TOY BOX $500’ -
Jeffrey 426-6838 . Pe
FOR SALE Contact — 362-

HP Personal Digital Organizers 22 \8(evening nor 24e4(cell)








$220 Tn TRAE
-Laptop Wireless Card $59 GAS STOVE 4-burner, $200.
Portable 2.5" 30GB Hard Drive | Phone 394-1847.
150 Honey Oak Wood’ Queen bed
P| ke neneeso 4, 0 almost brand new $499
‘| Honey oak wood amoire $499
Used IBM Computer, CPU Only} “Honey ak wood night stand
202. Call 393-888

King Size Head Board (Bed) ce Se Cal ORL
$50 ISUZU SINGLE PHASE 15KW

Call 424-3437. 240/120 Volts 66 Amps, $500.



FOR SALE Call Rod, 456-6509.

PAIR: OF WHITE WICKER ~ {TEM FOR SALE
TWIN HEADBOARDS $150 BRAND NEW
WOODEN. WINE _ RACK, | MOTOROLA V300 CAMERA
HOLDS SIXTY. BOTTLES $30. | PHONE .
PHONE 393-3346 : ONLY $140. 00
FOR SALE Gall;a56-5151
Piano, baby car seat, exercise] “ITEM FOR SALE

bike and other misc items. Call] Used appliance & equipmen
322-4271/383-2116 for further PP line new: seals

info. Apt size refrigerator $175.

: FOR S ALE Household Boles $250-
Power Juicer $175 S
Tome & sot $125 catalogs $10 TEL 636-8307.
ntique set $125
DVD movies $3:ea ITEMS FOR SALE








_Tel 326-1606 Tony Littie's- Gazelle Freestyle
FOR SALE. Elite Exercising — Machine-
- Side by. Side White. Plidodare $400.00- nego.

Fridge/Freezer. with: ice
water current model feed cond | Body By Jake- Ab Soo

6 yrs old $495.00° $350.00- nego.

Whirlpool White Gas nines Lepoard Medium pape
electronic controls, and with | $7 BOG: :









accubake and auto clean good
Condition 6 years old $450.00 Large. Black & Tan “Shaggy

Rug- $ 50.0

_ Maytag Quiet Series 100].
Dishwasher, 2 years old, needs | Queen Bed w/ matching mirror
mechanics repair,-rest. as new | and dresser- $650.00- nego.

. $100.

$100: 2 ‘ Please. : ~ call 364-1351 for
Whirlpool over . the range | further information.
microwaveffan extractor good ao" Ee TEMS FOR SALE
condition $100.00» 130" Elec Stove $350.

Hunter Ceiling Fans with long parnly age etiger ele § eee

stem, quiet motors: only used 2
years, 4 available $30.00 each Call Sereoee: 2
‘ ITEMS FOR SALE °

or $100 for all 4. : ;
ee Duty vacuum cleaner
0













Oak dresser, eel with stool, . :
piece’ mirror and: built: 179sq.in Carpet Wwiesading $70
jewellery holders $55. 00. : Assorted Xmas Tree ~
Ornaments $20
White Bar stools with fioral | Child's Crib $80 .
cushion sets sturdy won't rust} Phone seo ol On or oor 5708
or dent $40.00 each 8 | svelte after 6pm. =
~ ITEMS FOR SALE
Love Beach area Call 327-2775 King size bed (2) $300 ea
-FORSALE bee Aes ea
i stan
mie parole floor meet 49” TV. like new $150
New Copeland refrigeration Shelves Q) $40 ea
compressor $100 Apt size Stove $300
File Drawer on wiheals $20 Apt size Refrigerator $150

a zy 18cu ft Refrigerator $400
Tel 294-6369, or 393-5259. 30” Stove $100

: 5 9,000 BTU wall AC $1 00 ‘
14, 000 BTU wall A/C. $300
X MAS TREES Large Microwave, $100
‘ Good Quality/Prices TEL: 424-7039 / 302-4880
East St South Near Calvary

: Deliverance Church
Phone 392-1914/ 328-7200














Viewsat Ultra programmed
$325,00. Phone 322-8652:




22kt Grills $500






ermanent make-up
Eye brows $200

Lip lining $200

ongue Piercing $60
aval Piercing $60
Eye row $60
18kt Grills $500

old Teeth caps $200
attoo $75. :
_ Tel. 394-8144

TEMS FOR SALE.

Sewng Machine $50

Slide Projector $30

Vivitar Slid barrrel

Flash $30

Lady dazey Hair dryer $30

Dr Scholl foot soak $40
Motorola C200 w/changer $1 9

Tel 322-8340

LAPTOP COMPUTER,




-COMPAQ M700 20 GB,
CD/DVD, WIN XP PRO,
TV_OUT. Only $500.
FREE COLOUR PRINTER
Call 328-1455.



LARGE CAPACITY
ELEC DRYER, ESTATE BY
WHIRPOOL BRAND NEW IN
THE BOX $500. PHONE 361-
~ 7100, OR 425-6558:



LIKE NEW
Stack Washer & Dryer Machine
$500 oe

30 gal Water Heater $130
Tel 326-0993.

PAYLESS TODAY TO SNDAY
Computer complete. with
printer/Window. XP $375
Computer Motor $75

New 40 gal elec water heater
$325 .

Bedroom:set $475
Bureau.9 drawers $225

| Bureau 6 drawers $175
-| Chest 5 drawers $150
Gas Dryer new $499
Whirl pool washer 4299
Elec.dryer. $229

Washer dryer Stack $499
Cable TV all size $99 -













Mattress King set $325

Mattress Queen set $250
Full mattress set $200 .
Single mattress set $150
Sofa bed W\Queen $350
1 Nodic Track elec Exercise $299
Proform elec tread mill $250-
Manual Tread Mill $175
Exercise Bike $99
Elec Wheel chair @\ $250
Apt Fridge Fridge $299
Family ridge $299
Family Stove $299
New Stair master elec $499
30 ins elec stove $325...











Tel 362-6040 —

PHILADELPHIA - SIDE WALK

SALE Sat, Dec 9th, 7:30am-
3pm. Carmichael Rd west of
. Carmichael Primary School.
Men's/ladies' suits, clothing,
shoes, houseware, etc.

FRIDGE $250

STOVE $250
MICROWAVE $250 .

TEL 426-0128

ONE BUNK BED in good cond.

with 1 mattress to the top for
$100,
Call 326-7220 or 455-4694.
~~

































$1 ,200, Now $500 (must see) call 565 1668 or 323 2153



THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006, PAGE 43










FOR SALE 18” SAMSUNG TV $40.

RE-LOCATION SALE
Brand new ViewSat PanSat| Call 394-1148 before 3pm.

wood you closet $475



















































































5 piece dining set $450 Satellite Receiver $325 Se.
Area rugs $70 ea 18” Dish $85 2 Senne STANDS
Solid wood Coffee tale $70 | 30” Satellite (holds 100 glasses eac
End table $65 Dish $175 2 BUBBLE GUM MACHINES
30" GE Gas Stove $475 LNB and Cable inclued, ee $450
lueen siz Box Spring mattress | Phone 324- , OF 636-3916.
andtrams $300, eee | 5ft WINDOW AWNINGS WITH
Sheers $25 each FOR SALE CANVAS $450
Other miscellaneous items all paeh Redicte eee TEL 361-5935
items are less than one year 9 BEAUTIFUL WHITE
old Jack liantiigs 980 WEDDING DRESS. Only $400
Call 361-1857, or 559-8598. | 10 ingancescory bags) ce 1244e FOr” more
information call 361-6341, or
TV mounted stands $20es
544-3874 ask for Karen.
REAL WOOD BUNK, BED || ,ystands $2009 eee
lots of storage with a desk and Side Table $50 naive gd Chair slip
ogee as 0. Wooden desk w/drawers $200 | Mattress Pads $15
4-pc Dinette and china $499 Throw pillows $6
RUMMAGE SALE eee opie ‘awer $75 ea Snokoing Gear top brand, like
Ww r set
Luthern Church of Nassau, | Center table $60 Candies other small
#119 JFK Drive, | +‘ | 2. end tables $200 household appliances &
Sat, Dec 16, beginning 7am. | End table $80 “decorative items $4-$10
: Shelfing $80 Wall pictures $5-$35
STRONG WOODEN 3 in 1| Atif. plants $10 up Ladies Purses $15
baby crib for sale including Mitr $75 Phone 393-6724
‘mattress, crib converts into bed | Wax heater $40 eee
Tel 364-7651. BRAND NEW refrigerator,
mattress just like new still in stove, washer and dryer $2,000
plastic coverting "crib. hardly FOR SALE or $500 each. Phone 465-7401,
slept .in.. Asking price $250.]| CELLULAR PHONE $75
Contact number 456-0832. See Plone FOR SALE
——————— |] SATELLI 50 Ai
STYLING CHAIR King size TEL 340-1 3 ° Suck ere $00"
SE a aes os ———— on save —_—— | Bate Chae 99
items. Child's battery operated motor All tems New 328-2083
Phone 393-4330, 557-0201. | bike for $100. Phone 324-8560 FOR SALE

=~ FAR CAIE 5-pe WOODEN SET $285
Toshiba THOR SALE Custom mad king_plaiorm| 1 SERGE 4 SPOOL S150
shiba ry
3pe Suite $200 bed frame (white) $350. TEL 392-3177.









Center Table $40 :
2 Single Beds $500 Gun FOR SALE
Nanity $100 B 7 ona ween pola oe hapee
Chest of Drawers $100 3 : aamboo 5-pc Lounge Chairs
| Gas Stove $100 Toate Ot 8748. leave table set - all $350
Gas Bottle, (100-Ib cyl) $1 25 or $80 each
Microwave $50 FOR SALE . Viewsat Platinum, fully
Pressure Cooker $40 Deal of a life time Refrigerator | programmed, $300.
BBQ Grill $40 = $400 Call 322-6221.

Mr Juice $40 Like new Stove $350

Food Processor $40 Microwave $50

Blender $20 Must see to appreciate Contact
Fag Beater ey i. : 242-325-8034-day, 361-7573
ice Cooker $9 evenings. WANTS TO BUY
Rice Box $90. ——*FOR SALE Home Organ



Tape, CD. & Radio $40

i ‘| Decorative cake topper for} Two manuals. Half or full pedal
DVD & Video Player $60 : uals. Half or full pedal
Vacuum Geakar seo” wedding cakes ,| board. Expression — pedal.
Tel 326-4316. 4.-dozen for sales bulk or retail | Hammond or other make.
at $2.50 each Please call:395-7764.

TAN LOVE SEAT Was Willing to negociate price!









On used Architectural Table, FOR SALE

very... good condition Was} FRONT.ROOM'SET $400.

$1,000 Now $400. BEDROOM SET $400 -

Brand nee ey ‘system STOVE $450 . 3

wi cor FRIDGE $400 S\

Cordless Phone Collar |D$20° | TABLE ‘Meanie $300 G 3 AN D

anne uniform (new) size 5,1 ENTERTAINMENT | STAND eee
$280 ~


























Grove area. Call Ms Kemp, | MICROWAVE $75 :
326-0669 after 9am'to 7pm GAS TANK oe 3 A a yay M yy
CONTACT: GERTRUDE AT

Used Lexmark color printer for TEL 436-6349
















sale in. excellent condition.
Asking ‘ $60.00: Contact 341-
8522 3






Guitar $ By brens Trinipet C LASSI a E D

$200

FOR SALE & Electronic Organ $250
Brand new dryer (Roper by] All New Items in Box.
Whirlpool) $250 Tel 328-2083
Tan entertainment. Center @


















BEACHFRONT PROPERTY

NJ MA
$250 °
‘ LUCKY PLANTS 3/4 acre with 100ft on beach
Bey omer miner Cottet 2 FOR SALE. near Old Missile Base Eastern
PH: 326-6162, Idamay. Grand. Bahama, $375,000.

Contact 328-5822



Call 533-3235, 8am-7pm.
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GRAND OPENING PROMOTION

Any $ 3.75 order or Aveo aero eer ee ILE

Order 9 dishes at any time Ps 1 for free (Mini meal not
pitwiice sted)

10% off for Atlantis’s employees
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Tel: 394-0570

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“Looking young never gets old”

Treat: Aging Skin, Sun Damaged, Skin, Dry. Skin, Oily Skin,
Fine Lines, Wrinkles, Brown Spots, Acne, Acne Scarings,
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Telephone: 322-3831

Located at #153 Shirley St.
Monday-Friday, 8:30-6pm; Saturday, 10-6pm.
Ask for Dr Chinyere Carey-Bullard MD-
Certified Canadian Family Physician & Skin Care Specialist

PROFESSIONAL CARPET INSTALLATION.

Have our own carpet but need someone to install it?
Look no further. Hire a Professional Technician, who has
over fifteen years experience and specializes in staircases.

HEAVENLY CARPETING
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Tel: 357-7825 / 436-2512

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Located at #153 Shirley St.
Mon-Fri: 8:30-6pm; Sat: 10-6pm.


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