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Man stad to death

in holiday violence

Person suspected of
killing ‘was on bail
for murder charge’

By. TANEKA.: THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

TERRONE Albury was
stabbed to death when trying
to stop a fight between two
other men in an Eleuthera
nightclub, police reported.

The man suspected of
killing the Gregory Town res-

ident was on bail for charges.

of murder and attempted mur-
der; a police source on that
island told The Tribune.

Albury's murder.— the
country's 87th for the year —
came less than 10 hours after
Long Island native Cordero
Newbold, 21, was found
stabbed to death in an apart-

ment unit off St Vincent Road

in New Providence.

The crimes came during a
holiday weekend marred by
violence and in the wake of
the fatal shooting of a hus-
band killed by-armed robbers
outside a supermarket in the
Golden Gates area on Christ-

"He was on bail for previous maseve. -°
offences," said the police offi- Albury, 27, was stabbed at
cer, confirming reports reach-
ing this newspaper yesterday. SEE page 10

Three separate stabbing
incidents investigated

By NATARIO MCKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter:
. nmckenzie@tribunemedianet

POLICE are investigating three separate stabbing incidents
that occurred over the holiday weekend.

The Royal Bahamas Police Force is also investigating the
shooting of a 23-year-old man who was riddled with bullets in
the area of Balls Alley and the armed robbery of a local break-
fast stand.

The first stabbing incident occurred on Christmas Day. Police

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VALLEY BOYS on Bay
Street during the Boxing
Day Junkanoo Parade.





THE VALLEY
BOYS were declared the
unofficial winners of the
2009 Boxing Day
Junkanoo Parade in the
A category. :

The Valley Boys cap-
tured the top spot with
4,209 points according to
unofficial results. Com-
ing in second were the
Saxons with 3,946: One
Family captured third
place with 3,791: Roots
came in fourth position
with 3,605: Prodigal Sons
captured fifth place with
3,462 points and round-
ing out the A category in
sixth place was Music
Makers with 3,307 points.

The _One_ Love
Junkanoo Group cap-
tured first place in the B

SEE page 10























Olympian charged with killing athiete

in the course of dangerous driving

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

BAHAMIAN Olympian
Adrian Griffith has been
charged with killing another
young Bahamian athlete in
the course of dangerous dri-
ving.

Griffith, 25, of St Andréws
Beach Estates appeared in
Magistrate’s Court 1 on
Thursday charged with killing
hurdler Christopher Bethel,
25, in the course of danger-

ous driving. Court dockets

allege that about 3.40 am on.

Saturday, December 5, he
drove vehicle No. 210057 east
on West Bay Street in the
area of Breezes Hotel in a
manner dangerous to the pub-
lic, thereby causing Bethel’s
death.

Griffith, who was arraigned
before Chief Magistrate
Roger Gomez, pleaded not

‘guilty to the charge. Griffith,

who was on $5,000 police bail

SEE page 10



PM reflects
on ‘difficult

year’ for the
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By TANEKA
THOMPSON

Tribune Staff Reporter’ .
tthompson@
tribunemedia. net







DESPITE a difficult
year plagued by rising
crime, high unemploy-
ment and-economic chal- '
lenges the country still has
much to be thankful for,
Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham said during ‘his
national Christmas
address.

Reflecting on the many
challenges of 2009, Mr

‘Ingraham. noted that
crime is still a cause of
worry. He promised to
elaborate on the issue
early next year.

"The spectre of crime,
especially violent crime in
New Providence, remains
a constant concern for all
of us and a cause of fear.
in many. Anti-social
behaviour is particularly
distressing.

"My colleagues and I
continue working on
additional effective
responses to this chal-

SEE page 11

Airport to enhance
security screenings
for passengers
travelling to the US

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

TRAVELLERS headed to
the United States from the Lyn-
den Pindling International Air-
port will be subject to enhanced
security screenings, including a
pre-boarding physical inspec-
tion and checks of their carry-
on luggage. -

Additionally, all passengers
on international flights: must
arrive at LPIA three hours pri-
or to flight. departure time, air-
port officials advised.

The beefed up security mea-
sures are part of LPIA's interim
plan to comply with new travel
regulations put in place by the
US' Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) after a
Nigerian man set off an explo-
sive device on board Northwest
Airlines Flight 253 on Decem-
ber 25. :

The airport’s plan includes
additional security screeners to
minimize delays and congestion
in the terminal, according to
officials at the Nassau Airport
Development Company
(NAD),

"All of the relevant agencies
are working to minimize incon-
venience to our passengers at
this time," said a statement
release by NAD over the holi-
day weekend.

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lm GRAND BAHAMA

Pair set to be arraigned after
firearm and ammunition seizure

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

TWO men are expected to
be arraigned this morning in a
Grand Bahama court in con-
nection with arrests stemming
from a firearm and ammuni-
tion seizure on that island.

Last Thursday, at 5 am,
police officers were on mobile
patrol when they stopped a
grey coloured 2002 Chevy
Cavalier with two male occu-
pants in the area of Pinta
Avenue and Pinehurst Drive.

While searching the trunk
of the vehicle officers recov-
ered one black and silver
coloured .40 Smith & Wesson
pistol with one live 40 ammu-
nition.

As a result, the suspects,

ages 21 and 27 years, were
arrested and taken into police
custody accused of possession
of an unlicensed firearm and
ammunition. The weapon and
ammunition were seized by
police.

A team of officers then took

the two men, who were arrest- -

ed, to a residence on Pinehurst



Drive in South Bahamia
where the officers executed a
search warrant.

Police discovered one live
round of .40 ammunition.

Officers of the Central
Detective Unit are investigat-
ing the matter. The two men
are expected to be arraigned
in the Freeport Magistrate's
Court today at 10 am.

Road traffic
accident report

A serious traffic accident
occurred on Friday, Decem-
ber, 25, at Eight Mile Rock
sometime around 4am.

Police officers on mobile
patrolin Martin Town, Eight
Mile Rock, saw a traffic acci-
dent involving a green
coloured four-door 1998
Chevy Lumina registered to
Sonny Bastian, and driven at

the time by Cruz Rolle, 24, of

Pinedale, Eight Mile Rock.
Romeo Stuart, 23, and Ran-
drew Martin, 31, of Hanna
Hill, EMR, were passengers
in the vehicle. According to

police anon the vehicle was
being driven west on Queen's
Highway when it ran into a
utility pole in Martin Town.
The two passengers were
extricated from the vehicle by
Fire Department personnel

“with the Jaws of Life. They

were taken to Rand Memori-
al Hospital and admitted.

The driver was also taken
to hospital, where he was
treated and discharged.

On Friday, December 25, at
about 4.30pm, Stuart was air-
lifted to the Princess Margaret
Hospital, where he is listed as
“seriously ill.”

The other passenger, Mar-
tin is still detained at the Rand
Memorial Hospital and listed
as being in “serious,” but “sta-
ble” condition.

The police are encouraging
the motoring public to slow

down and to drive with cau- .

tion and more consideration
for other road users during
this Yuletide Season.

They advised drivers not to
attempt to take control of a
vehicle while under the influ-
ence of medication, alcohol or
when they are extremely tired.

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Iwo people (lie in Exuma boating accident

A boating accident in the Exumas has claimed.
the life of two people, according to police reports.
Police Press Liaison Officer Sergeant Chris-
lyn Skippings said the boating accident occurred
around 11.30 am on December 26 in Exuma,
Police received information that.a 51-year-old
Grand Bahama man and two women residents of
Exuma left an area known as the Cottage, Exu-
ma on a fishing trip on board a white, 12-foot

the incident.

Caroline Skiff. It is believed the boat capsized as
a result of ground swells in the area of Fowl Cay.
Local boaters assisted and were able to rescue
one of the women. The lifeless bodies of the man
and the second woman were discovered nearby.

: Police are continuing their investigations into

Police are expected to release the identities
of the victims sometime today.

Book launching and photo exhibition this evening

THERE will be a book
launching and photo exhibition
at the Princess Street Gallery
in Harbour Island, Eleuthera
from 6pm to 8pm this evening
when author Harvey G Opp-

_mann will sign copies of his

book — “Harbour Island Yes-
terday and Today.” Also show-
ing are photographs by ’Briland
photographer Donna DeCos-
ta.

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and the late Colin Rees also
will be shown.

“Harbour Island, Yesterday
and Today” is a full colour
book that tells the story of Har-
bour Island before it was dis-

covered by Europeans and lat-

er terrorised by pirates. Opp-
man guides his reader from an
early history of the Bahamas
to a present walking tour of the
island.












In addition to the 24 pages
of colour photographs, many
of which are more the 40 years
old, there is a CD of Bahamian
music, an hour-long DVD of
scenes from a Hollywood
movie filmed at Harbour Island
and a 1949 PanAmerican pro-
motional video about the
Bahamas. :

Proceeds of the book will
benefit The Harbour Island
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the United Nations
Conference on Climate
Change in Copen-
hagen, Denmark.
Under a deal, it was
agreed temperature
rises needed to be kept
to no more than 2C. It
was also stated that
rich countries would
commit to cutting
greenhouse gases and
developing nations
would take steps to
limit the growth of
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Teen in custody —
after police seize
imitation firearm

A TEENAGER is assisting :
police with their investigations ;
into the seizure of an imitation ;
firearm. Officers were patrolling :
Willow Tree Avenue in the :
Pinewood Gardens area a
around Ilpm on Saturday, :
December 26, when they saw a }
grey coloured Toyota Corolla
with a black male inside acting :
suspiciously. Police tried to stop :
the vehicle but the driver sped :
off, said Press Liaison Officer :
Sgt Chrislyn Skippings. Officers :

‘gave chase and caught the cara :
few moments later after the sus-
pect crashed into a fence. :
Police were able to nab the sus- :
pect and reported that they ;
found a black pellet handgun :
in the area. A 19-year-old male :
resident of Pinewood Gardens :
was taken into custody. Police :
investigations continue. i







SHOOTING i

Police are searching for a :
gunman who shot another man ;
in the back leaving him in hos- :
pital. According to Press Liai-
son Officer Sergeant Chrislyn :
Skippings the shooting occurred :
shortly after 5 pm last Wednes- :
day on Dumping Ground Cor- }
ner. Police heard of the shoot- :
ing around 5.2.5 pm; respond- :
ing officers spoke with a 36- }
year-old male resident of the :
area who told them that while :
standing on the corner, he was :
approached by a man who shot }
him in the back. The injured :
man was taken to hospital by :
EMS, however his present con- :
dition is unknown. Sgt Skip- :
pings said police had not uncov- ;
ered a motive for the shooting, :
but are following significant :
leads into matter. i




























SHOTGUN RECOVERED :

Police also recovered a shot- :
gun during a routine patrol of :
the East Street area last Thurs- :
day. Officers from the Central :
Detective Unit were patrolling :
Plantol Street around 3.05 pm :
Thursday when they saw a male :
acting suspiciously. The officers :
tried to stop the man who fled :
the area on seeing the officers. :
Police checked the area and :
recovered a 12-gauge Maverick :
shotgun, however no arrests }
were made. In other crime :
news, police patrolling Cum- :
berbatch Alley off Wulff Road
recovered 10 rounds of ammu
nition and marijuana. It wa

ya. on..Fri

nothing on them. Officers then :
searched the area near the men :
and found 10 small packages of :
suspected marijuana and 10 live :
rounds of 7.62 ammunition.

The men were taken into cus- :
tody for questioning. ;

Police investigations in all :
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BAHAMIANS can suc-
cessfully meet the current
social and economic chal-
lenges facing the country,
Governor General Arthur
Hanna said in his Christmas
address.

“My fellow Bahamians,
2009 has been a turbulent
year for the Bahamas; we
have had many challenges.
Going into this new year we
will still have to deal with
the many social economic
challenges, but I have
hope,” the Governor Gen-
eral said.

“T am persuaded that
Bahamians do have the will
and the wherewithal to suc-
cessfully meet the challenges
confronting us, with the help
of the Almighty God. I firm-
ly believe that there are
thousands of Bahamians
with the same hope and
mindset,” he said. The Gov-
ernor General said that

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“TJ encourage all to
earnestly and prayerfully

seek to preserve our tradi-

tions and do not allow the
thief to steal, kill, and
destroy what we have fought
so hard to establish,” he
said. ;

He said that the Bahamas
is a blessed nation, having
been spared from the rav-
ages of hurricanes in 2009.

“Notwithstanding the eco-
nomic downturn in the
country, most families had
bread on the table and a
roof over their heads,” he
noted. He also expressed
gratitude to all those who
showed sympathy and kind-
ness to him and his family
when his wife, Mrs Beryl
Hanna, 59, died in Novem-
ber.

The Governor urged
Bahamians to give to the



GOVERNOR GENERAL
Arthur Hanna

less fortunate during the
Christmas season as well to
be mindful of the sick and
home bound.

“During the Christmas
festivities, let us remember
to give to the less fortunate
among us; and be mindful
of the elderly, the. sick and
shut-ins and their caregivers;
for we are blessed to be a
blessing.”

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Carey, who was arraigned
before Chief Magistrate Roger
Gomez, told the court that he
was on bail over firearm and
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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR



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Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, Kt, O.B.E., K.M., K.C.S.G.,
(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt.

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-1991



EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON, CM.G, M.S., B.A., LL.B.

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas

Publisher/Editor 1972-

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Privacy fears delay better airport scanners

WASHINGTON — High-tech security
scanners that might have prevented the
Christmas Day attempt to blow up a jetliner
have been installed in only a small number of
airports around the worid, in large part
because of privacy concerns over the
machines' capability to see through clothing.

The technology is in place at 19 U.S. air-
ports, while European officials have general-
ly limited it to test runs.

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian
accused of trying to ignite explosives aboard
a Northwest Airlines jet as it was coming in
for a landing in Detroit, did not go through
such a scan where his flight began, at Ams-
terdam's Schiphol airport.

The full-body scanner "could have been
helpful in this case, absolutely," said Evert
van Zwol, head of the Dutch Pilots Associa-

, tion. The technology has raised significant
protests among privacy watchdogs because
it can show the body's contours with embar-
rassing clarity. Those fears have slowed the
introduction of the machines.

Abdulmutallab passed through a routine
security check at the gate in Amsterdam
before boarding, officials said. He is believed
to have tucked into his trousers or under-
wear a small bag holding PETN explosive
powder, and possibly a liquid detonator.

Because such items will not set off metal
detectors, the U.S. Transportation Security
Administration, part of the Department of
Homeland Security, has begun installing two
types of advanced scanning machines that
provide a more detailed picture.

These machines, each of which costs in

the hundreds of thousands of dollars, screen
airline passengers without physical contact.
They can reveal plastic or chemical explo-
sives and nonmetallic weapons.

Such scanners "provide the best protection ..
for the widest range of threats," said Joe:

Reiss, vice president of marketing for Amer-
ican Science & Engineering Inc.

TSA has deployed 40 "millimeter wave"
machines, which use radio waves to produce
a three-dimensional image based on energy
reflected back from the body.

Six of those machines, which are made by
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc., are being
used for what TSA calls "primary screenings"
at six U.S. airports, This means passengers go
through the scans instead of metal detectors,
although they can elect to receive a pat-down
search from a security officer instead.

The remainder of the machines are being
used at 13 U.S. airports for secondary screen-
ing of passengers who set off metal detec-
tors. Travellers can opt for a pat-down instead
in those instances as well. The agency also has
announced plans to buy 150 "backscatter"
machines, which use low-level X-rays to cre-
ate a two-dimensional image of the body,
from Rapiscan Systems, a unit of OSI Sys-
tems Inc. Those machines, which cost $190,000
each, are being deployed in U.S. airports now.

"The machine gives a very accurate and

very precise image of things on the body that
are not the body," said Peter Kant, execu-
tive vice president of global government
affairs for Rapiscan. Last June, however,
because of privacy concerns, the House voted
310-118 to prohibit the use of whole-body
imaging for primary screening; The measure,
still pending in the Senate, would limit the
use of the devices to secondary screening.
"As a society, we're going to have to figure

‘out the balance between personal privacy and

the need to secure an aircraft," said Republi-
can Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who sponsored the
measure. "And there is no easy answer."

Executives at the companies that make
the machines insist there are ways to strike
that balance. Kant said the technology has
evolved enough to produce body images that
look like chalk outlines. In addition, privacy
filters can blur faces, noted Colin McSeve-
ny, communications manager for Smiths
Detection, a British company that makes mil-
limeter wave machines that are being tested in
Europe and the: United States.

For its part, TSA said it safeguards privacy
by ensuring that all full-body images are
viewed in a walled-off location not visible to
the public. In addition, the security officer
assisting the passenger cannot view the image
and the officer who views the image never
sees the passenger. Also, the machines cannot
store, print or transmit any images they pro-
duce. :

After all, McSeveny said, "all they are look-
ing for is something that shouldn't be there."

Because of the privacy questions, the Euro-
pean Union Parliament voted in October 2008
for more study before authorising the
machines' full deployment in European air-
ports. Amsterdam's airport has been run-
ning a test project. with full-body scanners for
three years, mainly for a few. European flights.
One machine being tested there for the past

, five weeks, made by L-3, is designed to

enhance passengers’ privacy by having soft-
ware, rather than a human, analyse the image
generated by the scanner. If the software
detects an anornaly — something strapped
to a leg, for instance — it alerts a human
screener to look at the person's leg directly.

"So nobody sees any images," said Ron
Louwerse, the airport's chief of security. "The
results are very, very good. I'm very confident
about it."

In May, TSA abandoned "puffer
machines" made by General Electric Co. and
Smiths Detection, which blew air onto pas-
sengers to dislodge trace amounts of explo-
sives. The government said the machines cost
too much to maintain and regularly broke
down when exposed to dirt or humidity.
There are still 1.8 puffer machines deployed at
US. airports. | ;

(Arthur Max reported from Amsterdam.
Associated Press writer Natasha T. Metzler
and AP Television Producer Faryl Ury in
Washington contributed to this report).



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EDITOR, The Tribune.

I would like to commend the
prime minister and other dele-
gates for attending the 2009
Summit on Climate Change in
Copenhagen. While CARI-
COM would have adequately
represented our interests, the
world needs to know that island
nations such as the Bahamas
are committed to combating cli-
mate change.

Showing up to key events
shows a level of seriousness that
would not be communicated
through a representative.

Island nations are by far the
most susceptible to the effects
of climate change, and we need
to lead the charge on making
changes to protect our way of
life. One could argue that we




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broad policy decisions because
we don’t know all of the details.

However, for the Bahamas,
the details are inconsequential.
Whether sea levels rise one
meter or three meters and hur-
ricanes increase in intensity by
10 per cent or 40 per cent, we
would still be devastated by the
effects. As such, we need to
arrive at a consensus to take
aggressive action in an attempt
to prevent even the smallest
amount of anticipated temper-
ature and sea level rise.

Any positive influence that

should refrain from making we can convey to the rest of the

MATS ee nT
TAMA TITLES ase TT ets

EDITOR, The Tribune. |







I feel compelled to address the point, “On one area that
we can save the Bahamian tax payers millions of dollars.”
I open with two questions: ;
(1) How'many privately owned buildings are current-
ly leased by the Bahamas Government to housed various
Ministries? ,

(2) What are their monthly, yearly payments?

Many Bahamians have asked the same questions and
are wondering why we cannot build our own complexes
or buildings. I submit that the more money the country .
| makes is the more we should tighten our belts. Cut back.
on the unnecessary, and in some cases, the ill-conceived
spending. In the lean years, we must demonstrate fiscal
discipline, the more so. In trimming the fat, this area is a
good place to start. As crime is tackled, we must bear in.
mind that law enforcement combined should make up at
least 10 per cent of our population. In so doing, more
human resources would be available. Thus, tactical units
can be apportioned to manage the various social ills and
the problems of crime plaguing the country today.

As we cancel the contract of various senior police offi-
cers and others, we must be careful who or how many
officers are let go. There can be no substitute for expe-
rience. If too many of thése officers are let go, the ship of
law enforcement can capsize, and this will be bad for
business. It is different if the reason was because of cor-
ruption. But if we are trying to trim the fat why not cut
the fat from the leases of these building owners, who
can better absorb the hard times than the senior offi-
cers of law enforcement. Surely, there are many spaces
owned by the Government, where many of the min-
istries can be housed. We must seek to take better care of
God’s resources. ° _




































FRANK GILBERT
' Former Law Enforcement Officer
Nassau,
December 21, 2009.



| climate summit

world would make this aggre's-
sive action worthwhile.

So while we can bicker, neame
call, and argue about the accu-
racy of a few emails, the bevttom
line is that we should encourage
our government to continue to

‘take bold steps with regards to

energy and emissions 1olicies.
Because, hypocritical or not,
this is the type of action that
will get the world’s attention,
and hopefully, convince others
to follow suit.

Whether we expect the sea
to rise one meter or three
meters, we cannot afford to sit
idly by and wait ‘for the world to
determine our fate.

- R KNOWLES
Nassau,
December, 2009.

Thank heaven for
Religious Police

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Re: Anger over decision not
to hang Jewish decorations on
Bay Street.

The Tribune, December
16, 2009.

Thank heaven for those
sharp-eyed Religious Police
from BEC who are once again
tirelessly protecting us from
Jewish decorations and sym-
bols. These legendary religious
zealots from BEC will also
defend us from the dreaded ‘X’
as used in ‘Xmas’. Luckily for
us, they are completely willing
to overlook the fact that among
Christians, the ‘X’ in this con-
text is derived from the Greek
letter Chi which has denoted
‘Christ” for many centuries (see

- the Labarum). Anyway, it’s

comforting that in this season of
peace and goodwill to all, they
will eliminate all that dangerous
Jew stuff, such as menorahs and
Stars of David, from contami-
nating our Christian decora-
tions. However, we might just
miss that baby from the House
of David, and other Jewish peo-
ple depicted in the manger
scenes. Later, perhaps these
BEC divinity scholars, govern-
ment watchdogs and regulators,
would also work on purging the
Old Testament from our Chris-
tian Bible as well. After that —
who knows how far this might
go?
Happy Hanukkah.

KEN W KNOWLES, MD
Nassau,
December 17, 2009.



:



THE TRIBUNE

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 5



Man dies
in traffic —
accident

THE country recorded

its fifty-second traffic

fatality on Monday when
a 39-year-old man died
in a traffic accident at

Abaco.

According to police
press liaison officer i
Chrislyn Skippings it was .:
sometime around 10.40
am whez policeyon Aba-
co received information
of an accident on
Earnest Dean Highway
in South Abaco.

At the scene, police
found a 1995 Toyota
Tercel, license number
15863, overturned in
bushes on the western
side of the highway near
Serenity Point.

“On further examina-
tion, officers discovered
the lifeless body of a 39-
year-old male resident of
Sandy Point trapped
beneath the vehicle,”
Sergeant Skippings said.

“The information

THE Progressive Liberal
Party issued a statement
over the holiday weekend
expressing their deep con-
cern for the downgraded
rating issued for the
Bahamas’ economy by
Standard and Poor’s.

According to PLP Chair-
man Bradley Roberts the
rating of the Bahamas has
been lowered, with the S&P
saying that the nation’s fis-
cal position has deteriorat-
ed due to increased spend-
ing while its narrow rev-
enue base has declined.

“It is a strong and clear
message that the Bahami-
an economy is not being
well managed. It is an

indictment on the leader-

POLICE over the weekend
apprehended Stephen “Die” Stubbs



THE PLP criticised both Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham (left) -
and Zhivargo Laing.

ship skills of this present
Government with respect
to our economy.

“The effect of S&P down-
grade will be: It will become

more difficult for the
Bahamas to borrow mon-
ey. The cost of borrowing
will become more expen-
sive and this is significant
because the National Debt
is so high and daily contin-
ues to grow.

“Despite all the talk by
Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham and Minister
Zhivargo Laing about the
Government being fiscally
prudent, the truth is that
this FNM Government is
simply reckless.

“The Bahamian people

must now force them to.

accept total responsibility
for the very serious state of
affairs in our once econom-
ically pace-setting country,”

arrested and accused of harbouring
a fugitive.

PLP voices concern over |
conomy downgrading —

Mr Roberts said. |

The PLP asserts that in
light of the serious finan-
cial mess the country is now
in, the first course of action
is for the Prime Minister to
fire himself as Minister of
Finance as he does not pos-
sess the “discipline to
restrain expenditure, and it
is clear, that his Junior Min-
ister Zhivargo Laing does
not have the posterity to
stand up to his Leader”. ”

“The Bahamas needs a
seasoned, serious and
strong person as Minister
of Finance.

“As a matter of fact, as
soon as possible, the
Bahamas needs the PLP,”
Mr Roberts said.

Man wanted for questioning apprehended

Corporal Ambrose was gunned
down in front of the former Club

Woman
Killed in
Car crash

AN Eleuthera
woman died after her
car smashed into a treé
while driving onthe
Queen's Highway.

Police believe Sophie
Kemp Moss, a 31-year-
old native of Rock
Sound Eleuthera, lost
control of her vehicle
— a champagne
coloured Honda
license plate number
6652 — around 11.30
pm Wednesday and
ran into a tree.

Moss was pro-
nounced dead at the
scene, police said.





ISTRUCKUM

Rock on West Bay Street on March
13, 1999. Stubbs was also one of four
men who had been accused of the

Police had issued an All Points
Bulletin for Stubbs last week.

received was that the

C . who they say is wanted for ques-
driver was travelling

tioning in connection with “a num-




south on the highway
when he apparently lost
control of the vehicle,”
Sergeant Skippings said.

Police have not yet
released the identity of
the victim.

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - A 64-year-old businessman was
shot and robbed of cash by masked gunmen early
Sunday morning in East Grand Bahama.

Asst Supt Welbourne Bootle, officer in charge of
Traffic Division; reported that the incident occurred
sometime around 5.57am at Bevans Town, East
End.

According to reports,.two maskéd men bran-
dishing long guns held up the businessman and
robbed him of an undetermined amount of cash.
The culprits shot the man in the arm before fleeing
the scene.

. The victim-was taken to Rand Memorial Hos-
pital, where he was treated and later discharged.

ASP Bootle said the Police are appealing to
anyone with information that can assist them with
their investigation to call 911.

DRUG ARREST

Two women were arrested after police discoy-
ered drugs at a residence in Freeport on Satur-
day, December 26.

According to police reports, sometime around
8.30pm officers of “Operation Grinch” Unit exe-
cuted a search warrant at a residence on Burton
Lané, where they discovered a quantity of illegal
drugs an. cash.

Police seized 26 zip-lock packets of suspected
marijuana and three large plastic bags of an unde-
termined amount of cash.

Two women occupants, ages 48 and 31, were
arrested and taken into police custody.

TEEN DIES
A teen who sustained severe injuries a month



Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs

Businessman is shot and
robbed by masked gunmen

ber of murders.”

Police made the arrest early
Saturday morning around 3.40 am.
Acting on a tip, police arrested
Stubbs, 34, at a residence in the
Cowpen Road area. A 48-year-old
man and a 29-year-old woman, who
lived at the residence, were also

ago in a traffic accident on Grand Bahama died on
December 23 — a day after his release from hos-
pital in New Providence.

The young man’s identification is being with-

-held at this time as police are awaiting the results
of the autopsy before classifying his death as a

traffic fatality.

The traffic accident occurred on : November 23
when a vehicle crashed into a utility pole on West
Sunrise Highway.

The driver and passenger in the vehicle were
both 16 years of age. Both were critically injured
and airlifted to the Princess Margaret Hospital in
New Providence.

The driver was released earlier from hospital.
The passenger was released on December 22 to
his mother in Nassau and died the following day.

ASP Bootle is appealing to young drivers to
obey the speed limits while driving on the street.

“Young road users tend to speed in order to
show they can drive; they have no regard and
respect for the rules of the road and that is a
problem that we are trying to address at this
time,” he said.

Mr Bootle advised parents not to allow their
children to drive their vehicles if they do not have
a license. °

He also noted that if student drivers have a
learner’s permit someone who is a licensed driver
must be present with them while they are dri-
ving.

ASP Bootle reported that there was a total of
26 road accidents. during the Christmas week. He
noted that nine of those occurred on Christmas
day. ’

“We want to advise the motoring public to be
cautious, especially during the festive season.

“The accident rate is unacceptably high and
this is a concern for the police,” he said.

In October, Stubbs and three
other men were charged in connec-
tion with a $4 million marijuana
seizure in Exuma. Stubbs, with Clin-
ton Evans and Andrew Davis, is
presently awaiting a retrial in the
murder case of police Corporal Jim-
my Ambrose.

November 2007 murder of alleged
hitman Samuel "Mouche" McKen-
. zie.
Stubbs and his co-accused were
subsequently discharged because of
lack of evidence.










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LOCAL NEWS

| Looking for the lost Atlantis
| continent under Bimini waters



Search for ancient undersea civilisation set to start this year

A search for the “lost conti-
nent” of Atlantis is set to get
underway this year beneath the
turquoise waters of Bimini:

A U.S.-based non-profit
group:devoted to the teachings
of the late Edgar Cayce, an
American psychic, is prepared
to spend hundreds of thousands
of dollars contracting a Flori-
da company to hunt for the
ancient undersea civilisation
which the late “prophet” pre-
dicted exists near the Bimini
islands.

The declaration that
“Atlantis will rise near Bimini

' in 1969”, said to have been

uttered whilst he slept, was just
one of thousands of predictions
issued by Cayce before he died
60 years ago.

“The Bimini Road”, a u-
shaped stone formation that
can be scen from the sky in
shallow water near north Bimi-
ni, is believed by members of
the Association for Research
and Enlightenment (A.R.E.)
that promotes Cayce’s belicfs
to be “the road” that may lead
to Atlantis, The Miami Herald
reports.

Cayce told of Atlantis as an
ancient continent inhabited by
members of an advanced civili-
sation that was destroyed by a~







‘PSYCHIC: Edgar Cayce

catastrophic event in 10,000
B.C.

Temple

He asserted that the Bimini
Islands represent what remains
of a mountain range where
chiefs erected a’ temple with a
“Hall of Records” containing
stone tablets detailing their pre-
evolutionary history.

What’s more — 12,000 gold
coins were predicted to lie in



an inlet between the north and
south Bimini islands. Howey-
er, to date, no evidence of these
treasures has yet been uncov-
ered,

Director of A.R.E., John
Van Auken, said technical
divers from Florida company
Global Underwater Explorers
will conduct four deep-diving
expeditions near Bimini on
behalf of A.R.E. in 2010 in an
effort to change this.

The organisation expects to
spend between $20,000 and
$50,000, securing a large moth-
ership as the mission base for
dives using rebreathers, high-
definition video and digital
mapping equipment, and. pos-
sibly a two-person submarine,
revealed 63-year-old Mr
Auken. “From Cayce’s psychic,
deep attunement to universal
consciousness, he said one of
the key temples with 32 stone
tablets is off the coast of Bimi-
ni at the edge of the Gulf
Stream,” Van Auken said.

Both Van Auken and other
more sceptical commentators
are in agreement that there is
certainly some interesting sub:
marine geographical features
in the waters surrounding Bimi-
ni that seem, to some extent
“unnatural.”

GB police continue armed robberies probe





By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net



FREEPORT - Grand Bahama police are con-
tinuing their investigations into two armed rob-
beries that occurred over the Christmas holiday.

According to reports, sometime around
10.45pm on Christmas Eve a resident of Bamboo
Cay was held up in his home and robbed by a
gunman. :

The victim reported that he was at home when
a masked man armed with a handgun forced
open a northern bedroom door.

The gunman:demanded money. The victim
gave him cash and other items. The culprit also
took the victim’s cellular phone and keys to his
blue coloured 1998 Nissan Sentra.

The gunman fled the scene. The suspect was
wearing dark clothing and gloves.

He is described as about 5’ 7” tall of slim build,

with medium brown complexion. In a separate
matter, police received a report of an armed rob-
bery on Christmas Day.

A 31-year-old male resident of Churchill Dri-
ve, South Bahamia, contacted police sometime
around 11.26pm and reported that he had been
robbed, : B hte

He told officers that just as he pulled into his
yard with his family, they were approached by
four men. Three were armed with handguns and
one with a long gun.’ ;

The suspects robbed the man of his white
coloured 2004 Chevy Tahoe.

ASP Loretta Mackey said the vehicle still

‘remains missing. She said the police are seeking

the assistance of the public in locating it:

No one was hurt in either incidents. Anyone
with information concerning these incidents is
asked to call officers of Central Detective Unit at
352-9774/5, 350-3107/8 or 911.

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 7



2000-200

By SIR RONALD
SANDERS

(The writer is a Consultant
and former Caribbean diplo-
mat)

THE first decade of the
21st Century — 2000 to 2009
— has proven to be a decade
of decline for the countries of
the Caribbean Community
and Common Market
(CARICOM).

When the UN Human
Development index was pub-
lished in 1999, four of the 13
independent CARICOM
countries (not including Haiti)
were rated among the top 50
nations. Ten years later in
2009, only Barbados and
Antigua and Barbuda are
among the top 50 having
dropped from 29 to 37, and
from 38 to 47 respectively.
The two others, Bahamas and
Trinidad and Tobago, fell
from 31 to 52 and 46 to 64.

With the exception of St
Lucia which improved its
position from 81 to 69, every
other CARICOM country fell
in the index indicating that
the condition of the region as
a whole deteriorated..

Real income in the CARI-
COM area is less today than it
was 10 years ago; unemploy-
ment is higher in 2009 than it
was in 1999; poverty has
expanded in many countries;
and many;CARICOM coun-
tries now experience debt lev-
els of over 100 per cent of
their GDP.

Throughout the decade,
tourism demonstrated how
fragile an industry it is.

The 9/11 atrocity in 2001

in New York severely affected
tourism as Americans and
people from many other
nations curtailed travel. Two
years later the outbreak of
Severe Acute Respiratory
Syndrome (SARS) also deliv-
ered'a vicious blow to
tourism. Then the financial
crisis, which started toward
the end of 2008, walloped the
industry. Tourist. arrivals
dropped by 10 per cent in
Bahamas, Antigua and Bar-
buda and Barbados and by 20
per cent in St Vincent and the

Grenadines and St Kitts- ,

‘Nevis.
- Prices for the region’s Com-

modities also fell. Jamaica,.

Guyana and Suriname expe-
rienced a 50 per cent drop in
prices for aluminium, and the
price for a barrel of Trinidad
and Tobago’s oil plummeted

sea



“With the
exception of
St Lucia which
improved its
position from
81 to 69, every
other CARICOM
country fell in
the index indi-
cating that the
condition of

the region as

a whole
deteriorated.”



to US$40 from $147.
And, as. the decade was
drawing to a close the region’s

- preferential market for

bananas in the European
Union (EUV) was fatally punc-
tured by a deal stitched up
between the EU Commission
and Latin American produc-
ers with the active participa-
tion of the Director-General
of the World Trade Organi-
sation (WTO) Pascal Lamy,
a former EU trade negotia-
tor. Now neither Caribbean
bananas nor Caribbean sug-
ar has much prospect for mar-
kets in the EU.

The regioa as a whole also
faces an uncertain future in
global trade negotiations
under the WTO. Having con-
ceded the opening of key
areas of their economies to
the EU under an Economic

‘Partnership Agreement

(EPA) signed in 2008, the
regional countries have no
chance of bargaining for more

‘ advantageous conditions in

the WTO. And, it has to be
noted that the EPA negotia-
tions were a travesty, ending
with the EU holding a gun at
the heads of Caribbean gov-
ernments to either sign or
have higher tariffs placed on
their key exports.

' The picture for interna-
tional financial services is just

as bleak. Having fought off
the so-called “Harmful tax
competition initiative”
(HTCI) of the Organisation
for Economic Cooperation
and Development (OECD) -
the club of'the rich countries —
in 2002, Caribbean govern-
ments allowed themselves to
be threatened by the newly
formed G20 countries in 2009
into signing up to 12 Tax

Information Exchange Agree- .

ments (TIEA’s) with OECD
countries. New members of
the G20 — Brazil, China, India
and South Africa — who
Caribbean countries might
have expected to fight their
corner, simply endorsed the

’ OECD agenda. The cost of
‘ compliance with these agree-

ments will place an unreason-
able burden of cost on regu-
latory bodies and financial
institutions in the Caribbean.
Despite all the protestations
to the contrary, the offshore

sector ‘of the majority of .

Caribbean countries is dying;
as its contribution to eco-
nomic growth and employ-
ment withers.

The significant point is that
Caribbean governments
agreed to sign up'to the

. TIEA’s with all their atten-

dant costs and did. not seek
to fight the issue collectively.
As the curtain came down

on 2009, the International :

Monetary Fund (IMF) pro-
jected negative growth for all

CARICOM countries with’

the possible exception of
Guyana, Suriname and
Dominica. Nonetheless,
almost all of the CARICOM

countries have unemployment
- levels in excess of 12 per cent,

and in the next decade many

‘ of them will have to surrender
direction of their economic

and fiscal policies to the IMF
in return for its financial assis-
tance.
In crime and'security, the
decline in Caribbean circum-
stances has been dramatic.
Between 2000. and 2009, mur-
der rates became higher than
in any other region of the
world, and assault rates rose
significantly above the world

average. According to the .

UN report ‘Crime, Violence

Bradley Roberts pays tribute
to Oscar Johnson Senior

PLP Chairman Bradley’

Robérts has remembered
Oscar Johnson Senior as.a
man whose commitment to

the greater good of his coun- °

try trumped any political
allegiance, who served his
Cat Island constituency with
“an extraordinary sense of
love and patriotism.”

Former MP Mr Johnson,
an outspoken political vet-

‘eran, died last Tuesday,
December 22, aged 77.

In a release issued the fol-
lowing day expressing the
PLP’s condolences, Mr
Roberts said Mr Johnson
was a “a passionate man and
unflinching in his views and

beliefs” who at one time was —

a “standard bearer for the
PLP.” :

' “We say farewell to Mr

Oscar Johnson with grati-
tude and esteem, for a life
which has been of valuable
service to the people of the
Commonwealth of The
Bahamas,” said Mr Roberts.

Mr Johnson, also father of
the first woman speaker of

the House of Assembly, |

Ithalia Johnson, served as
MP for Cat Island under the
PLP banner from 1967 to

1977 before being dropped —

from the party’s candidates
list in 1977, and unsuccess-

fully running as an indepen- ,

dent for the seat. Mr John-
son rejoined the PLP in 1980
but within four years
switched his political alle-
giance, joining the Free
National Movement.

The PLP Chairman said:
“Mr Johnson’s political life
reads as a fiery and interest-
ing collection of stories of
his unyielding nature in the
face of authority, wherever
and whenever he deemed
them to be unjust or unfair.

He will be remembered as
‘nobody’s yes man’ —
unafraid to stand his ground
even if it meant a denial of a
party nomination or the
momentary fall out with the
then party hierarchy.”

“His example of having
played a meaningful role in
both major political organi-
zations in our nation is a
timeless lesson-to the pre-
sent generation of how love
for country first may some-

times force difficult politi-.

cal decisions but in his case,
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2009 was a year of mayhem

By ADRIAN GIBSON
ajbahama@hotmail.com

I wish to say a special thank
you to all of this column’s
readers who expressed kind
and cheerful regards over the
last month or so when I took a
hiatus from writing my column
while preparing for end-of-
semester examinations. As
most of this column’s readers
know, I am presently in law
school and, in future, there will
be times. when I will again take
a brief sabbatical in order to
study for finals.

a a og a OK aR

THIS YEAR, a tsunami of

death and mayhem has surged
over Bahamian society. Above

all the other Bahama Islands, :



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New Providence is becoming a
crime-plagued, filthy and pop-
ulous township where the spi-
raling rate of violent crime
appears to be only comparable
to a pandemic for which there
seems to be no wave of pam
nization.

As the record-setting annu-
al murder count is fast
approaching 90, our society is
gripped by ghoulish, criminal

‘incidents that know no fron-

tiers and have crept into near-
ly every nook and cranny of
our country, When hearing
reports of murders and rob-

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International. Business

the dissolution _ of

TSAR VENTURES LIMITED has been com-

pleted; a Certificate .

of . Dissolution has

been

issued and the Company has therefore been struck off the

Register.

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(Liquidator)



NOTICE

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Companies Act. 2000 IMITRADE BUSINESS
LID. is in dissolution as of December 23, 2009.

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the Liquidator.

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beries in outlying, relatively
quiet islands such as Andros,
Exuma, Grand Bahama,
Eleuthera, Abaco and even
Bimini, it is clear that the high
rate of violent crime has
mutated across the archipel-
ago. It is baffling to note the
daily stories of death and vio-
lence that is sending shivers
down the collective spine of
the entire Bahamas, a once
quaint society that, in the past,
policed itself.

The rule of law, as noted
by the great philosopher Aris-
totle, is preferable to that of
any individual.’British philoso-
pher Thomas Hobbes opined,
in his work Leviathan, that
without the rule of law, life

would be “nasty, brutish and:

short.” The law is expected to
fundamentally underpin all
societies, however, the author-
ity of the state is being openly
challenged by organized and
sadistic criminals.

The crime hotspot—New
Providence—has been beset

' by house break-ins, vehicle

and boat thefts, arms traffick-
ing, migrant smuggling, high-
jackings, money laundering,
identity theft, fraud, cyber
crime, robberies, rapes, drug
peddling, and heinous murders
and drive-by shootings. The

- past year—last decade—has

been one of murder and bed-
lam, as carnage has been left
about the nation’s streets and

, a blanket of grief is draping

many families across the arch-
ipelago. As a vicious cycle of
retaliatory violence is being

unleashed and our nation

descends into becoming an
absolute madhouse, it is obvi-
ous that our moral fabric is
tattered.

Locally, the notion of selec-
tive justice must be stamped
out. Respect for the law has
been eroded even at the high-
est level of government by

influence peddling and deal- -

making. It is known that some
of the country’s movers and
shakers fail to. heed the law
themselves as there is a con-
spicuous level. of deception
and transgressions by some
unprincipled politicians and
white ‘collar criminals that, for
the most part, go unreported.

Crime is an insidious
scourge on our society that
must be tackled at every level.
There is a common consensus
among the populace that the
crime rate is too high and, for
many, that capital punishment

_ should be carried out, so it

perplexes me how time-wast-
ing committees continue to be
appointed and/or are deferred
to. Surely, the movers behind
such committees should realize

that the Bahamian people are
not intellectual midgets!
Recently, international ,
attention has been drawn to
the Bahamas due to the spate
of .tourist-related robberies.
However, the police must also
pay special attention to cer-
tain drug peddling taxi-drivers ‘
who, it is claimed, offer ille-
gal substances to tourists or
facilitate their drug hunts.
Some time ago, I called for
a “212 day”, pursuant to the
Penal Code, chapter 84, sec-
tion 212: of the Bahamas’
statute laws. On such an occa-
sion, throngs of police officers
should be deployed on to the
streets to conduct this dragnet
operation. Indeed, such an
operation would net thousands
in fines, lead to the apprehen-
sion of wanted criminals and
target those individuals who
are selling food out of the back
trunks of vehicles without
health: certificates and other
documentation; apprehend
those who illegally light fires
and destroy government/pri-
vate property, arrest persons
who unlawfully affix signs on
buildings or public. property
(e.g. utility poles); fine per-

‘sons who do not have a permit

from the Commissioner of
Police that allows them to ply

‘their wares or hold demon-

strations; fine hawkers and
those loiterets who harass per-
sons outside of banks, at ATM
depots, pharmacies or while
waiting at a fast-food drive-
thru; penalize those peddlers
of fruits, clothes and phone
cards who do not have the
proper documentation; throw
the book at persons who play.
loud music or make noises to
the annoyance of others, and .
soon. |

While enforcing the law and
addressing serious crimes, pet-
ty crimes must be dealt with
before they become larger
criminal undertakings.

In a column published on
June 21st, 2008 I said:

“In fighting crime and
reversing the apparent lack of
reverence for authority, law
enforcement officials must
adopt former New York may-
or Rudy Giuliani’s ‘broken
window’ approach and seri-
ously enforce the laws across*
the board—without ignoring
any infraction. Furthermore,
its high time close circuit tele-
vision (CCTV) is installed,
more strategic Defence Force
patrols are directed at mini-
mizing the smuggling of ille-
gal weapons/ammunition, that
police officers are heavily
deployed to. those boroughs
with the highest instances of
crime and that police officers
strengthen their relationship
with certain communities and
thereby better their intelli-
gence-gathering abilities.”

SEE page nine

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-ROWAL HOLDING LTD.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance
with Section 138(4) of the International Business
Companies Act. 2000 ROWAL HOLDING LTD.
is in dissolution as of December 18, 2009.

International Liquidator Services Inc. situated at 35A
Regent Street, RO. Box 1777, Belize a Belize is

the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

NOTICE
YONAS INC.

In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that-in accordance
with Section 138(4) of the International Business
Companies Act. 2000 YONAS INC. is in

_ dissolution as of December 18, 2009.

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

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 9



a Gea ee ee
in Bahamian society

FROM page eight

Today, there is evidence that
some of this advice has been
taken into account but there
remains much room for
improvement.

It is a sad fact to note that
Bahamians have today resort-
ed to living in caged enclaves,
due to the social menaces that
most likely cropped up out of
a broken home—absentee
parent—and the unrelenting
pursuit of material possessions.
Last week, based upon the
bumper-to-bumper traffic and
the hordes of Bahamians
shopping and enthralled in
their near hedonistic pursuit
of materialism-at-all-costs, it
was difficult to imagine the
Bahamas facing recessionary
times.

According to social scientist
Dr Silvius Wilson, as a society
“we must look at the root
cause of crime.”

Dr Wilson states: “Crime
also stems from poverty,
inequality and people’s life
chances, their education or
lack thereof and an inability
of some to rationalize. Very
often, when a fight occurs for
example, signals break down
in their ability to reason. While
it is good for the police to
detect, they are only a wider
approach to crime.

“We must look at the social
issues and consider them in a
holistic way. It is very seldom
that you can point to a social
issue and say that it occurred
for one or two reasons. There
is a complex genesis as to its
occurrence. We must look at

where it started, what are

some of the manifestations
and have a sophisticated and
focused response to crime,”
he reported.

Instead of pontificating on
petty political matters, the
church could have a huge
impact in the fight against vio-
lent crime. It appears that the
church lacks the impetus and
the spiritual wherewithal to
take a hands-on lead in
addressing this pressing mat-
ter. Moreover, because of my
views as to the role of the
church, it has been said that
I’ve been too critical and false-
ly espoused that I am an athe-



THERE is a common consensus
among the populace that the
crime rate is too high and, for
many, that capital punishment
should be carried out.

ist. Nothing could be further
from the truth and, the truth
is, I am a church-goer and,
have been since childhood:and
my grandfather (Edward Gib-
son) is an ordained Bishop in
the Church of God (Long
Island). My criti¢ism of cer-
tain church-related. practices
in New Providence arise as I
have witnessed his kindness

“and-his spirituality that has

been manifested in his Christ-
ian/community outreach—not
the pursuit of material wealth,
meddling in the affairs of the
state or in the use of empty
words as I’ve observed with
many New Providence- based
pastors.

After a convicted murderer
is sentenced, a death warrant
should immediately be read.
Furthermore, all appeals
should be heard within 18
months after sentencing.

. Workers Party leader Rod- .

ney Moncur’s determination
to remain vocal about violent
crime and punishment is



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impressive. Mr Moncur has
projected himself as a fair-
minded campaigner in sensi-
tizing a seemingly desensitized
populace to the travails we
presently face. Mr Moncur’s
campaign in the public’s inter-
est is a far cry from that of cer-
tain politicians who seem too
insulated and too preoccupied
with themselves to be gen-

uinely concerned for others— —

too indifferent to the suffer-
ing of victims.

‘In. the Bahamas, there
remains a need for more
judges and support staff to

alleviate the backlog of cases;

a programme to attach elec-
tronic tracking devices to the
ankles of accused offenders on
bail must be initiated; and a
sex offender’s database must
be created.

As school children contin-
ue to glorify violence and
sadism, it is incumbent upon
parents to instil a sense of
ethics and responsibility so
that a new generation of anti-
social criminals is not bred.

Crime has reached a point
where the police/officials and
the community must engage
in wider dialogue and consul-
tation to effectively confront
it—it requires a national part-
nership. The new police com-
missioner, Ellison Greenslade,
seems to be devising strategies
to disrupt criminal activities
and effectively target the crim-
inal element while impressing
upon the public the urgency
of their assistance in making
it difficult for these scoundrels
to evade detection.

Moreover, it is high-time
that the police are equipped

with helicopters to track and’

chase criminals as well as con-

duct intelligence gathering and

surveillance exercises.

The Bahamian society is a
powder-keg. Maybe, just
maybe, the movers and shak-
ers at the Ministry of National
Security should also go to the
blocks and visit the prison to
discover—first hand—what
led these individuals into a life
of crime while drafting a more
effective plan to fight crime.

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Olympian charged
with killing athlete
in the course of
dangerous driving
FROM page one

at the time of his arraign-

ment, was granted bail by

the magistrate in the sum

of $9,000 with one surety.

The case was adjourned to
March 21, 2010 for trial :
and transferred to Court ;

12.
According to police,

Bethel was a passenger ina ;
car with Bahamian :
Olympian sprinter Adrian
Griffith travelling east on }
West Bay Street near the :
Breezes Hotel when a grey :
coloured taxi reportedly ;
reversed from the hotel :
ramp onto the main West’ ;
Bay Street. Griffith report- :
edly told police he avoided :
the taxi, but lost control of :
the vehicle and hit a tree. :
He received minor injuries

to his hand and knee.

Christopher, however, died

at the scene.
Christopher,

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FROM pageone Man stabbed to death in holiday violence

Daddy Joe’s Restaurant and
Night Club outside Gregory
Town, Eleuthera — an estab-
lishment near the Glass Win-
dow Bridge — around 2.20
am yesterday as he tried to

stop a fight between two oth- ,

er men, one a resident of
Hatchet Bay and the other
from Gregory Town,

Eleuthera.

During the altercation,
Albury was stabbed in his
neck. He was taken to the
local clinic, but died a short
time later, said Press Liaison
Officer Sgt Chrislyn Skip-

pings. His murder marked the
island's third for the year.

A male resident of Hatch-
et Bay, Eleuthera is assisting
police with their investiga-
tions.

Albury's untimely death
came as a shock for his "dev-
astated" friends and family
who recalled the victim as a
dependable, respectable
young man who lived with his
grandmother in Gregory
Town.

"He was a good person,
respected his elders and he
was well trained," his aunt



THE BODY of Cordero Newbold i is removed rom an apartment off

St Vincent Road.

Ingrid Whyte told The Tri-
bune from hér home in James
Cistern, Eleuthera. "We're
coping with it, but it's a big
loss."

A source close to the fami-
ly remembered Albury as an

upstanding citizen from a.

good family.
He is the grandson of the

well-known Eleuthera Rev .

Cladwell Armbrister, now
deceased, and a nephew of
Martin Albury, chairman of
the North Eleuthera FNM

constituency. Relatives said -

his parents both reside in Nas-
sau.

"This was a hardworking
young fella from a good fam-
ily living with his grammy try-
ing to help her out," said.a
source close to the family. "So

‘when you see things like that

happening it's sad, the whole

community, the whole island’
sympathises with this family

and you wonder how many
more young men will'be killed
by these hardened criminals."

Meantime, police on New
Providence have. their. hands
full with the. murder of .21-
year-old, Cordero Newbold
of Long Island.

Sgt Skippings said police -
received information about a
stabbing at Chester Close off
Emmanuel Way, near St Vin-
cent Road in New Providence
around 5 pm Sunday.
Responding officers found
Newbold's lifeless body at an
apartment on Chester Close.

Police reports state that .
Newbold and another man |

were in an altercation result-
ing in Newbold being stabbed
multiple: times in his body.
EMS responded and pro-
nounced the victim dead at
the scene.

_A juvenile is assisting

police with their investigation.
Murder number. 85

occurred around 12.15 am last
Thursday at the Golden Gates
Shopping Centre.

Police said 31-year-old
Tamar Morely of Carmichael
Road was about to pick up his
wife from Super Value Food
Store where she worked when
he was approached by three
men, allegedly armed with
handguns. ;

The thugs attempted to rob
Morely who resisted, in turn
being shot, Sgt Skippings said.

Morely was taken to hospi-
tal by ambulance but:died

-around 6 o’clock that morning

as a result of his injuries.
Police investigations con-
tinue.

VALLEY BOYS TAKE BOXING DAY HONOURS

FROM page one.

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first with 1,876 points. Coming in second place was Colours
Entertainment with 1,740 points: Fancy Dancers came in third
with 1,627 points: Kingdom. Warriors came in fourth with 1,460
and The Original Congos came in fifth with 1,316 points. Red-
land Soldiers came in sixth, Conquerors for Christ came in
seventh and Colours Junkanoo Group came in eighth place.-

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FROM page one

say that sometime around 11.20 pm
on December 25, they received reports
of a stabbing on Soldier Road near

the roundabout at Wulff and Bernard |

Roads. At the scene officers spoke to
a 21-year-old man of Lincoln Boule-
vard who informed them that while
walking on Soldier Road, he was
attacked by a group of.men. The vic-
tim was stabbed multiple times by the
men and was taken to hospital by
EMS. Police say that his injuries are
serious, but not life threatening.

In another incident, an 18-year-old
youth was stabbed multiple times
when he was attacked by a group of
men in the area of the Queen Eliza-

Stabbing incidents

beth Sports Centre Saturday morn-
ing. Police say that sometime around
1.10 am on Décember 26, they
received a report of a stabbing at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports. Centre. At
the scene officers spoke to an 18-year-
old who said that while in the area
he -was attacked by a group of men
and stabbed on the left side of his
neck and forehead. The victim was
taken to hospital and is listed in stable
condition. Police say that they are
also following significant leads into
the matter. ,

Some three hours later,a woman
was stabbed during a fight at the
Garage Night Club, Gladstone Road.

According to police, they received
reports of the fight sometime around
4.29 am. At the scene officers were

informed that a woman who was at

the club was stabbed multiple times
by another woman.

The, victim was taken to hospital.

Police have taken a woman into cus-
tody in connection with this matter.
Around 3.20 pm on December 27,
police received information ofa
shooting on Balls Alley off Shirley
Street. According to reports, a 23-
year-old man was shot multiple times
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condition. Police say that they are fol-.

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day police received a report of an
armed robbery at Papa Sid’s. Break-
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amount of cash and fled the area in a
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and turning east onto Coconut Grove.

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FROM page one

lenge and I will have more to
say about that early in the New
Year," said Mr Ingraham.

In terms of economic recoy-
ery, Mr Ingraham said that
although economists contend
that the worst of the recession is
over it will take some time
before the weakened tourism
industry and other economic
sectors fully rebound.

His comments came in the
wake of an escalating murder
count — which stood at 87 for
the year up to press time — and
the downgrading of the coun-
try's long-term sovereign credit
rating from A- to BBB+ by
international credit rating
agency Standard and Poor's.
The downgrade will make it

Prime Minister

more expensive for the
Bahamas to borrow money
from the international commu-
nity.

In spite of these remaining
"uncertainties" he assured the
country that his government will
continue to prudently manage
the economy so: that the
Bahamas is "well-placed" for a
global economic turnaround.

"Thousands of Bahamian
families have had to face the
stark reality of unemployment
and underemployment as the
global economy and hence the
Bahamian economy shrank.

"I know that for many people
2009 has been very difficult. .
.We are cautiously optimistic
that 2010 will be better for more

PRIME MINISTER
Hubert Ingraham

people than was 2009," he said,
adding that the Bahamas has
fared the economic storm better
than many other countries.

Mr Ingraham outlined the
various initiatives his adminis-
tration has launched in an
attempt to buffer the country
from the worst of the’ recession,

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Passengers on international flights will also
have to do without several in-flight conveniences
due to the tighter security measures.

The stricter-controls prohibit passengers from
using the bathrooms during the last hour of a
flight, and bans use of televisions during flights.
Airline travellers have also been limited to only
one piece of carry-on luggage.

According to a traveller who left Nassau for Ft
Lauderdale on a Jet Blue flight on Sunday, his
flight was only delayed about 30 minutes due to
the new regulations.

He said hundreds of passengers were left dis-
gruntled by the delay as they were subjected to
the body search carried out by several atten-
dants before they were allowed to go through
LPIA's departure gates and board their planes.

"It was a messed up situation — it was one line
for all flights, everyone was waiting on this line to
get searched. Everyone was complaining, espe-
cially the tourists, people were kind of upset
about it. Some were saying, being in the part of -
the world they are and the short flight to Fort
Lauderdale, they didn't think all of this was nec-
essary," said the Bahamian traveller who did not
want to be identified. "Still, it was well co-ordi-



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‘Airport to enhance security.

‘ nated, there were about four people doing the

searches, but it still took a long time."
The traveller told The Tribune that passen-
gers were advised to use the bathrooms before

_ boarding the flights, as in-flight use of the lava-

tories was banned.

They could not use the airplane's tray table
and were not allowed to watch the television sets
located behind the head rests on Jet Blue's
planes. ;

According to international reports, Umar
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managed to board the Amsterdam-Detroit flight
with explosives strapped to his leg and unsuc-
cessfully tried to destroy the plane on Christmas
Day, international reports state. .

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Nassau Airport Development Company,
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met on Sunday to address the new travel regula-
tions implemented by the TSA, an arm of the US
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noting a public works pro-
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employment for hundreds, has
bolstered economic activity and
places the country in a better
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economic recovery comes.

"We have also been able to
bring various forms of relief to
many Bahamian families includ-
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On a more positive note, the
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"Indeed, it is believed that
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In the Copenhagen Accord,

developed countries also

pledged to extend US $30 bil-
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2010 to 2012 — and US $100
billion annually by 2020.

The funds will be used to help
developing states, low-lying
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THE CI Gibson Rattlers
served noticé that they intend
to position themselves to
defend the title in their annual
Providence Holiday Classic. '

Yesterday, the Rattlers
improved to 2-0 as they
knocked off the Charles W.
Saunders Cougars 69-40. But
the RM Bailey Pacers also
improved to 2-0 as they rout-
ed the visiting North Long
Island 85-16.

e Here’s a summary of
some of the early games
played yesterday:

Rattlers 69, Cougars 40:
Derinardo Lewis pumped in
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“We still have to sharpened
up our defense because we’re

‘not rotating on the back
‘door,” said, Rattlers’ coach

Kevin ‘KJ’ Johnson. “We just
have to stay focus. We got by
because we’re a bigger team,
but we need to be more
focussed on the defensive
end.”

The Rattlers, who went on
to post a 33-14 half-time lead,
also got 14 from Shaquille
Adderley, seven from Rashad
Sturrup and six from Harold

‘ Lewis.

Denardo Smith scored 15.
and Rhemar Lewis had eight
in the loss. . ;

Cobras 58, Giants 20: CC
Sweeting’s starters, led by

. Roosevelt Whylly with four,

mesmerised St. John’s from
the opening quarter when
they opened a commanding
21-10 margin and they never
looked back. |
Coach Mario Bowleg said

"it was.a good win, considering

the fact that they couldn’t
hold off to beat the visiting
Eight Mile Rock Bluejays
from Grand Bahama on Sun-
day night.

“T think they felt they
should have won that one
(against EMR) because they
didn’t play defense like they

Should have,” Bowleg said.

“We came out flat and lost
that one. :
. “Today, they came out

more aggressive, realising that.

they have to win this one in
order to get a chance to play
Eight Mile Rock again to get
into the pool championship.”

“*Whylly finished with a

game high 16, Gabi Larent
had 10, Angelo Lockhart nine
and Patrick Davis eight in the
win.

Dwight Moss scored seven
in the loss. ee hy!

Pacers 85, North Long
Island 16: Yes, the score is
correct. RM Bailey, using a
smothering full court trap

. defence, had a balanced scor- .

ing attack as they humiliated
the visiting team.

“I think the fellows just
need to trust the system,” said
coach Stephen Strachan.
“We're still looking for the
chemistry, we’re still looking
for leadership and more guys
with more heart. That is all
we’re lacking right now
because we have the talent.”

Arte] Bethune scored a

game high 22, Stephen Stra-



poised

chan had 19, D’Shone Taylor
16 and Lyndrick. Storr 10, in
the blowout.
Renaldo Taylor had five in
the loss, which coach Sherwin
Major described as “hurtful,”

- but one that he feel will ben-

efit his team in the long run
when they host their own
tournament in February.
“This is really to get the
guys the experience of playing
another level of basketball,”
Major said. “On the islands,

we don’t get that much games

to play and so they have to
play in the night league.”

Bluejays 52, Giants 28:
Petro Williams was the only
player in double figures with
13, but he got enough help
from his team-mates as EMR
also stayed undefeated at 2-0.

Justin Smith scored eight,
Jamal Hall six and Ervin
Lewis five for the Bluejays.

Dwight Moss scored 13 and
Derek Kelly had seven in the
loss for St. John’s, who trailed
21-11 at the half.

USA 69, Cavaliers 52: The
visiting American team got
nine from Danrad Knowles
and eight’ from LJ Rose as
they opened a 17-14 first
quarter lead.

Knowles went on to score a
game high 23, Rose had 17
and Henry Riosco 10 in the
win.

Brashawn White had 19
and both Kevin Wallace and
Reynaldo Cash had nine in a
losing effort.

° In other results posted on
day one of the.tournament on
Sunday, Jack Hayward def.
University School 72-63; RM
Bailey def. Kingsway Acade-
my 54-42; Government High
Magics def. Charles W. Saun--
ders 51-49; Westminster def.
Doris Johnson 67-42; Telios
def. North Long Island 61-27;
Doris Johnson def. NGM
Major 61-40 and Eight Mile
Rock def. CC Sweeting 33-30.

Although they won, last
year’s runners-up Westmin-
ster'had a couple of players
injured and coach Geno
Bullard had indicated that he
was pulling his team.

e Action in the tournament
will continue today, starting
at 8 am. The pool champi-
onship will get started on
Wednesday at 9 a.m. with the
consolation third place game
at 7 p.m., followed by the
championship gamé at 8:30
p.m. ;

ACC Sweeting’s Cobras’ player goes through the middle of the St.
John’s Giants defense for a finger roll.

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Ferguson-MeKenzie as the
Female Athlete of the Year

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE Tribune Sports
Department has voted Gold-
en Girl Debbie Ferguson-
McKenzie as the Female Ath-
lete of the Year.

Ferguson-McKenzie, who
will turn 34 on January 16,
emerged from a field of con-

tenders that included another -

veteran sprinter in Chandra

Sturrup and some rising

young stars.

With athletics once again
dominating the spotlight over
the past 12 months, Ferguson-
McKenzie was the unanimous
choice after she added anoth-
er medal to her collection
with her bronze in the 200
metres in 22.41 seconds at the
12th IAAF World Champi-
onships in Athletics in Berlin,
Germany.

To top off her feat in
August, Ferguson-McKenzie
also anchored the women’s 4
x 100 relay team back to inter-
national prominence to the
silver in 42.29.

Ferguson-McKenzie, who
closed out her year by placing
fourth in her speciality at the
IAAF/VTB Bank World Ath-
letics Final in Stuttgart, Ger-
many where she was also sixth
in the 100.

Throughout the year, only
American Allyson Felix, who
captured the gold in Berlin,
ran faster in the half-lapper
in 21.88 and 22.02, compared
to Ferguson-McKenzie’s
22.23. .

' In the century, Ferguson-
McKenzie was sixth fastest
woman on the straight away
list at 10.97.

Those performances
enabled Ferguson-McKenzie

’ to sprint ahead of Sturrup for

the top spot. ©

ii. Sturrup, who at age 38,
continued to mesmorise her
younger peers as the self-
coached veteran proved that
her career could be far from
over, even though she indi-
cated that she’s leaning
towards retirement next year.

Dubbed the new “Grand-
ma” of women’s sports, Stur-
rup had a stunning yeaf, run-
ning a then world leading
time of 10.99 and finished sev-
enth in the final of the 100 at
the World Championships in
11.05.

She also ran a splendid sec-
ond leg on the women’s 4 x 1
relay team at the champi-
onships and she went on to
the World Athletics Final and
posted a fourth place finish
in 11.17. °

Sturrup followed Ferguson-
McKenzie‘on the world chart
in the 100.

iii. Had it not been for the
magnificent feats by Fergu-
son-McKenzie and Sturrup,
19-year-old Arianna Vander-
pool-Wallace could have eas-
ily sat a top the chart.

The new Bahamian inter-
national star produced anoth-
er exceptional year coming
off her Olympic Games’
debut in 2008, but this time
at the World Championships
in Rome.

Vanderpool-Wallace shat-
tered the Bahamian 100
metres freestyle and 100 but-
terfly records and she also ran
on the record breaking 400
freestyle relay team.

On the collegiate front,
Vanderpool-Wallace also

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 13
SPORTS

Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie

Tribune Sports votes

inked her name to six All-
American titles as she com-
peted in her sophomore year
for the Auburn University
Tigers’ swim team.

iv. Alana Dillette, a senior
member of the Bahamian
connection with the Auburn
Tigers, followed her swim-
ming team-mate in the vot-
ing.

Dillette, also coming off an
appearance at the Olympics,
competed at the World
Championships where she set
a national record in the 50m
back and was a member of
the 400 free record-breaking
relay team. :

She also earned three All-
American honors at the
NCAA Championships and
was a member of the 200
medley relay team which fin-
ished fourth at the champi-
onships.

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v. Sheniqua Ferguson
rounded out the top five after
she qualified for the World’s
in two events. While she

- reached the quarter-final of

the 100, she got to the semi’s
of her speciality in the 200.

She also ran the lead off leg
on the women’s 4 x | relay
team.

Prior to that, Ferguson
closed out her two-year sting
at Southwest Mississippi
Junior College by repeating

as the National Junior Col-.

lege double sprint champion.

Honourable mention goes -

out to Christine Amertil,
Bianca Stuart (track), Geor-
gette Rolle and Raquel Riley
(golf), Mary Edgecombe
(softball), Alicia Lightbourne
(swimming), Shantell Rolle
(basketball) and Cherye Rolle
and Kelsie Johnson (volley-
ball).



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vanual Athlete of The Year
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Scbbie Ferguson-Mckenzie
yes declared the Charley Major
ywatd winner for the overall
sthlete of The Year.

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the World Championships in
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en's 400m relay team to the sil-
ver medal.

The federation expanded the
category of awards as well as
named several of the awards
after notable contributors to
the sport.

Ferguson-McKenzie also
won the Female Athlete of The
Year Award.

Fourth place finisher in the
triple jump in Berlin, Leevan
Sands, was named the Male
Athlete of The Year.

Dannielle Gibson was named
the Youth Female Athlete of

’ The Year while Delano Davis ~

won the Youth Male Athlete
of The Year Award.

Warren Fraser, the silver
medallist in the 100m at the

SPORTS

ison-MecKenzie gets
arley Major Award

Carifta Games, was named. the
Basil Neymour Most Outstand-
ing Performer Junior Male
Track Athlete and Raymond
Higgs, the Carifta High Jump
Gold medallist the Keith Park-

er Most Outstanding Performer

Junior Male Field Athlete.
Quarter miler Rashan
Brown, member of the wom-
en's 1600m relay World Cham-
pionships team, and silver

‘medallist in Carifta at the 400m,
- was named Most Outstanding

Performer Junior Female Track
Athlete.

‘Keythra Richards, fourth in
the Long Jump at the National
Junior College Long Jump and
Bahamas Junior National
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BAAA’S president Mike Sands and Charlie Major Jr. present sprinter Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie
with the Charlie Major Award for being named the most outstanding Athlete of the Year. At right is
Minister of Sports, Charles Maynard.

‘Jump was named the Ronald

Cartwright Most Outstanding
Performer Junior Field Female
Athlete.

Brown was named the Diana

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while Cameron Parker, the
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several sports journalists along
with chairman former BAAA

_president Dr. Bernard Nottage.

The luncheon. was held at
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gets accreditation

for trainer programme

DOLPHIN Encounters on
Blue Lagoon Island is the first
member of the International
Marine Animal Trainers’
Association to receive accred-
itation for its animal trainer
programme.

Announced recently during

IMATA’s annual conference ,

held in Atlanta, Georgia and

hosted by the Georgia Aquar- »

ium, the Bahamian marine
‘mammal facility’s animal
trainer programme was recog-
nised for its exceptionally high
standards and practices.
“IMATA represents nearly
250 marine mammal training
programmes around the
world; certainly to be the first
one accredited is impressive,”
said William Hurley, accredi-

tation commission chair for

the International Marine Ani-
mal Trainers’ Association and

»senior vice president and chief
animal officer of the Georgia
Aquarium in Atlanta, Geor-
gia.

“Dolphin Encounters was
the first organisation to have
the opportunity to undergo
this new process during a joint
accreditation with the Alliance

1 of Marine Mammal Parks and
Aquariums.

“During the inspection, two
individuals from the United
States with extensive. back-
grounds in inspecting marine.
mammal programmes took
several days to analyse

processes as well as interview .

staff members at Dolphin
Encounters. What they found
through the inspection ‘was
that not only did Dolphin
Encounters meet all standards
for both the Alliance as well
as IMATA, but they exceeded
IMATA’s expectations.

The inspectors
_absolutely impressed by the

level of quality of work-as well .

as the talent of staff that Dol-
phin Encounters has. Without

‘were:

reservation the inspection

- team made the recommenda-

tion to IMATA’s Board of
Directors to endorse Dolphin
Encounters as the first accred-
ited animal trainer develop-
ment programme in our asso-
ciation.” .

For nearly a decade, the
International Marine Animal
Trainers’ Association has
been working diligently on its
creation of the trainer devel-
opment programme anda

-process to accredit those facil-

ities that demonstrate excep-
tional programmes with their
trainers and their animal train-
ing.

Inspection.

Inspectors visited Dolphin

‘Encounters several months

ago for a thorough inspection
with particular emphasis on
the training given to animal
trainers, the methods used and
the ability of animal training
staff to maintain the guide-

lines they learned while work- |

ing with the animals.

“The .Animal Trainer
Development Plan at Dolphin
Encounters is really unique
because of our multi-faceted

approach in preparing:a per-

son to work as a trainer,” said
Annette Dempsey, Director
of Education for Dolphin
Encounters and Assistant
Marine Mammal Director.

“The formal training semi-_

nar is held outdoors, full of
distractions that ‘help teach a
student learn to focus much
like they would need to do in
animal interactive pro-
grammes. The seminar creates
a solid foundation that all the
trainers have in order to com-

municate their ideas and cre-_

ate new behaviours. Secondly,
the hands-on training in the
Husbandry and Shadow

Training levels build relation-
ships with the animals and
develop problem-solving
skills. And finally, trainers
have to master education
skills, for both orientations
and animal programmes, in
order to earn their Animal
Trainer Certification. It is a
very involved and detailed
process that is unique to our
facility.”

“We know we have an

exceptional staff, and the qual-

ity of animal training at Dol-
phin Encounters is as high, or
higher, than any other facility
I’ve seen in the world,” adds
Kim Terrell, Marine Mammal
Director at Dolphin Encoun-
ters.

“It makes me proud, that
the superior staff and training

‘methods we teach at Dolphin

Encounters have been recog-
nised and received the first

accreditation of an animal *

training programme in the
world. It is an impressive
achievement.”
“We are honoured and
incredibly proud to be the first
facility in the world to receive
accreditation for our animal
trainer programme,” said
Robert Meister, Managing
Director of Dolphin Encoun-
ters. “Our goal from the com-
pany’s. beginning has been to
hire and train Bahamians in a
marine career that involves a

.very specialised skill set. We

have always trained on-site

‘with the highest standards and

practices. Receiving our
accreditation from our
esteemed colleagues from the
International Marine Animal
Trainers’ Association confirms
that our methods and our
Bahamian staff are among the
best in the world in our indus-

atryy”

The International Marine
Animal Trainers’ Association

was founded to foster com- .

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DOLPHIN ENCOUNTERS on Blue Lagoon Island becomes first facility worldwide to receive accreditation

for animal trainers programme from International Marine Animal Trainers’ Association.(IMATA) during con-
ference in Atlanta, Georgia. Kim Terrel] (centre), Marine Mammal Director of Dolphin Encounters; and Robert

-Meister, Managing Director of Dolphin Encounters (far right) receive accreditation on behalf of Dolphin

Encounters on Blue Lagoon Island from William Hurley (second front right), Accreditation Commission
Chair for IMATA and Senior Vice President and Chief Animal Officer of the Georgia Aquarium; Eric
Gaglione (left), Second Vice President of IMATA and Curator of Birds and Mammals of the Georgia Aquar-

ium; and Dennis Christen (second from left)

the Georgia Aquarium.

munication, professionalism,
and cooperation among those
who serve marine mammal
science through training, pub-
lic display, research, hus-
bandry, conservation, and
education.
Since

1989, Dolphin

lic Blue Lagoon Island just
three miles off Nassau; has
offered visitors from around
the world a unique opportu-
nity to interact with friendly
marine mammals in an unpar-
alleled all-natural marine
habitat.

Curator of Animal Training and Interactive Programmes of

tion, one of Nassau’s foremost
tourist attractions. Dolphin
Encounters at Blue Lagoon
Island, which is owned and
operated by a local family,
continues to offer visitors new,
educational and entertaining
ways to meet and learn about

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RDA Respondible Beveocine for Abaco) i isa limited liability company that has been created by civic minded Abaconians.
and Grand Bahamians to oppose the development of the Wilson City Power Plant i in Abaco. RDA’ is open to all Bahamians :

and non-Bahamians who care about our health and environment. eae 3 | Henk a
RDA is challenging the project on a lack of proper consultation, health, environment, and location issues and the use
of Bunker C as the source of Energy. It is important that RDA’s views, concerns and position on the merits of the plant

including alternative sites and sources of energy are duly and Binet ot considered before any ’ final decisions are made to -
continue. : a

RDA President's Message:

| We want to protect the health of our children and The Bahamas ecosystems for future
generations to enjoy. While development i is. needed to grow the economy and electrical
power is needed on Abaco, the power plant currently being constructed on Abaco at Wilson
F Gity -was'‘started: without. the appropriate permits, uses a fuel that has especially toxic :
emissions. and is being built i in a very ecologically important location. Had the Government
| been open and transparent as promised, the people of Abaco would have had a chance to
help the process of selecting the best available site, the safest and least polluting source of
) electricity and other important considerations. Since this process was done in secret, there



es not an Opportunity: to. nel the Government get it right. - - Clint Kemp, RDA President

| Visit ww ahacucaees com for videos, to pur more and join our cause and donit
: forget to sign the petition while you’ re there!

Join The Writing Campaign
Contact the Executive Chairman and General Manager of BEC, Minister responsible for the Environment, The Prime Minister
and your MP. Tel them how you feel about the goverment Dene a Bunker C power plant at Wilson City.

Hon. Phenton O. Neymour ie Rt Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham
MP Minister of State, Ministry of the Environment. — _ Prime Minister and North Abaco MP:
Phone: (242) 328-2701 | Fax: 328-1324 - Phone: (242) 327-1530/ 327-1531 | Fax: 327-1618
_ Email: phentonneymour@bahamas.gov.bs ts “ Email: primeminister@bahamas. gov. bs
~P.O.BoxN-30400 So Bs PO. Box:CB-10980,
Nassau, The panies cae oo Sk tees eae a Nassau, The Bahamas
2 Fredrick Gottlieb / Kevin Baan ee a Hon. Edison Key
Executive Chairman or Kevin Basden, General Manager South AbacoMP
Bahamas Electricity Corporation =» Phone: (242) 322-3740 | Fax: 322. 2123
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Email: fgottlieb@bateinet.bs | _... Marsh Harbour, Abaco

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BEC is building a new power plant at Wilson City. within yards. of ‘the most
environmentally important location on Abaco and next to a National Park. Toxic
“Bunker C fuel use is planned without all the emissions controls required to protect
“our health and environment. A reliable power supply i is needed for Abaco, however
BEC did not choose the right Fuel or Location! —

‘What is Bunker C Fuel?

‘Bunker C”, also known as Residual Fuel Oil, HFO and No. 6, is what remains, along. with highly. concentrated contaminates, ‘
after Diesel and other cleaner fuels are refined from Crude oil.

Health Issues from Bunker C Emissions
e Cancer, Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Respiratory, and Heart problems including Heart Attacks.

e Increased hospital admissions and premature death. ESpeGNy for the young, elderly or those with pre-existing

éonditions.

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e- Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxins and. F ‘urans) are. extremelystoxica attrace levels and. persist so that they bio-
magnify up the food chain to humans and are proven to cause cancer.

e Toxic pollution in drinking water, both rain and well water. _ |
© Winds will carry these Toxic emissions to the surrounding communities including Spring City, Marsh Harbour and
further. , |
Environmental issues from Bunker C Emissions
The Bahamas Government is asking for help in Copenhagen to combat Climate Change while building a Carbon emitting —

‘Bunker C power plant without necessary emissions controls!
e Scientists say the Wilson City location is the most environmentally important area on 1 Abaco, and the a is only
yards from the shore, not 2 miles like BEC claims!

‘© Bunker C emissions. cause Acid Rain.
e Fine Particles i in Bunker C emissions will collect on land, cars, and homes and in our r drinking water.



‘What are the True Costs of Bunker Cc
e Increased future Health Care costs from toxic emissions. ew :
e Reduced. government revenue from declines in property value, taxes, ‘tourism, | construction, duties and business
patronage. ~ : ‘
e Costly Bunker C eaters and related iaintanaice.
e Increased risk of spills that will pollute existing and proposed National Parks.
e Negative World i image.

Real Solutions
Norman’s Castle should have been considered because it does not require an. expensive 3 mile Pipeline, is downwind of the

-main population center and far from important tourism areas.
-e Use Diesel which i is less of a health hazard and only requires minimal emissions controls.
e Install a full set of available emissions controls.
e Implement, don’t just talk about, alternative energy sources such as solar and wind.”
e Actively promote energy conservation.
e No more secret government decisions. Let RDA and the bubliC help BEC make the right decision for the
~ Bahamas!

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OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEES - Freeport Container Port’s nominees

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roy Harris, Co-winner; CEO, Gary Gilbert; Brent Bethel, Co-winner;

Benjamin Bassett and Russna Laing, nominees, and Godfrey
Smith, Director Freeport Container Port.

Freeport Container
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mein: a FREEPORT - The Freeport Container Port recog-
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Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamian economy’s
2009 contraction will be
worse than projected, the
Central Bank of the
Bahamas forecasting that it
will shrink by 4.5 per cent as
opposed to the initial 4 per
cent forecast, with the Gov-
ernment’s 2009-2010 first
quarter budget deficit
increasing by 76.7 per cent
or’ $62.4 million to $143.9
million.

The Central Bank, in its
report on monthly economic
developments for November
2009, said that in the 11
months to end-November
total loan arrears had risen
by 38.6 per cent or $295.7
million to $1.06 billion,
showing the toll the reces-
sion has exacted on the abil-
ity of Bahamian consumer
. and business borrowers to _
meet their obligations.

For the July to October
2009 fiscal period, the first
quarter of the Government’s
financial year, the Central
~ Bank said the deficit
widened as total revenues
fell by 6.6 per cent to $394.7

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Pahamas debt ‘closer
to 55% of national GDP

* Ex-finance minister says S&P downgrade shows Bahamas on ‘perilous

path fiscally

* Wall Street agency says fiscal deficits to average 3.5% between 2010-
2012, compared to 1.5% in 2003-2007
* S&P and former minister predict 2009-2010 deficit to exceed 4.5%
* Bahamas ‘not "A" performing economy’, and will have to revisit
balance between fiscal prudence and social peu

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamas’ debt-to-
GDP ratio is likely to now be
approaching 55 per cent, a
former finance minister has
warned, telling Tribune Busi-
ness that the pre-Christmas
downgrade of. this nation’s
long-term sovereign credit
rating was a signal it needed
to take action to reverse its
“perilous” fiscal course.

James Smith, minister of
state for finance in the for-
mer Christie administration,
said the action by Wall Street
credit rating agency, Standard
& Poor’s (S&P), was an indi-
cation that the Government



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may need to redress its deli-
cate fiscal policy balancing act

Sir Jack's son criticises
Port's possible buyer

By NEIL-HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor '

. Sir Jack Hayward’s son has criticised the prospective pur-
chaser of his family trust’s 50 per cent Grand Bahama Port
Authority (GBPA) stake for not seeking the Government’s
approval for the deal beforehand, adding that he was “very frus-
trated and very upset” with what was taking place in Freeport.

Confirming that all the Hayward Family Trust’s 12 benefi-

ciaries, bar his father, were opposed to the purported sale to
Mid-Atlantic Projects, Rick Hayward told Tribune Business:
“Mid-Atlantic, as far as I’m concerned, they’re nothing, and sec-
ondly they have not tried for government approval, which
means everything.”
’ Mr Hayward added that, as a Bahamian citizen and resi-
dent, he was “just so upset; I really am. The persons being
affected are those who have’a job, and do not have a job, in
Freeport. This is what I’m upset about. What is going on is just
appalling”.

Sir Jack Hayward's children and grandchildren, in a statement
released pre-Christmas, said they opposed their family trust sell-
ing its GBPA/Port Group Ltd stake to Mid-Atlantic Projects.
And they were preparing to take legal action to block the sale.

“Local Bahamian counsel have been retained to commence
Supreme Court proceedings urgently for the appointment of a
Judicial Trustee, whose role would be, once so ordered by the
Supreme Court, to take control of the trusts and administér the

‘trusts' estate for the benefit of all the beneficiaries, including
resolving all disputes and ensuring that the sale of the shares
would only be completed after the approval of the Bahamas
Government is first.obtained," the Hayward children said in a
statement.

"The Hayward Family Trust's beneficiaries have been
shocked to learn that the trustees have been compelled by
strong-arm tactics to yield to the wishes of'Sir Jack, as settlor of

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He added that S&P’s action

‘was a signal the Bahamas was

“not an ‘A’ grade economy”

_at the moment, telling Tri-



bune Business that the Gov-
ernment’s fiscal deficit for the
2009-2010 fiscal year was like-
ly to hit 4.5 per cent or more
of GDP.

This estimate was in line
with S&P’s projections of a
4.8 per cent fiscal deficit for
the current Budget year, and
Mr Smith added of the rating
agency’s action: “It’s not sur-
prising, because of the rapid
deterioration in the Govern-
ment’s fiscal position over the
past year.

“Both the domestic debt
and the foreign debt increased
significantly, and the current
debt ratios are trending
upwards. This is against the
backdrop of falling revenues,
and we have to recognise that

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Planning investment incentives and
policies for sector

* Government to advance plans ‘as rapidly
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Tribune Business Editor Ss



The Ministry of Tourism will
“advance as rapidly as we can
in the New Year” the position-
ing. of the Bahamas as a pre-
mier health/médical tourism:
destination, and seek to attract
top healthcare brand names
such as the Cleveland and
Mayo clinics to these shores.

Vincent Vanderpool-Wal-
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aviation, told Tribune Business

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long-awaited Automated

Clearing House (ACH) elec- .
tronic payments system in the.

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Investors traded in five out of
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A total of 11,227 shares
changed hands, representing a
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Port's possible buyer

FROM page 1B

the trust, and enter into a transaction attempt-
ing to dispose of the trust's interest in the
Grand Bahama Port Authority and the Port
Group."

Further indicating the deep family split,

the Hayward children also backed the Gov-

ernment's decision not to renew Hannes
Babak's work permit as GBPA chairman as
being "in the best interest of the Bahamas as
a whole".

"The beneficiaries of the Hayward Family
Trusts (except Sir Jack himself) are not in
support of the purported sale of the shares
held by the Hayward Family Trust to the
Mid-Atlantic Group as announced, and firm-
ly believe that an early resolution of the
long-running and unfortunate dispute with

- the St George family should be the first pri-

ority and would serve the best interests of
all. The beneficiaries would encourage Sir

Jack to join them in pledging their support
to work with the St George family to this
end."

Sir Jack and Mr Babak have said in meet-
ings with GBPA licensees that they believe
the Government is technically unable to
block a sale to Mid-Atlantic Projects
because it has no jurisdiction over the com-
panies’ holding entity, Cayman-domiciled
Intercontinental Diversified Corporation
(IDC).

Meanwhile, Tribune Business understands
that Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, on his
way back from the United Nations (UN) Cli-

“mate Summit in Copenhagen, met with rep-

resentatives of the late Edward St George’s
estate, which holds the other 50 per cent
GBPA stake, in London on the Monday
before Christmas. He is also likely to have
met with officials from Hong Kong-based
conglomerate, Hutchison Whampoa, the
Government’s preferred purchaser of the
Port Authority.

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Contractors push Bill

to

'get house in order’

Say latest hold-up relates to definition of LPG gas contractor

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamian Contractors Associ-
ation’s (BCA) president has urged the
Government to pass legislation regu-
lating the industry “so we can get our
house in order before the economic
cycle turns”, the latest hold-up revolv-
ing around the definition of liquefied
petroleum gas (LPG) contractors.

Questioning where the Contractors
Bill fitted in the Government’s list of
priorities, Stephen Wrinkle said that
once passed it would not only provide
a framework for licensing and regulat-
ing the industry according to standards,
but also give consumers some protec-
tion against unscrupulous operators
and shoddy workmanship.

“The Bill, at this moment, is still with
the Attorney General’s Office, and we
had communications with them in the
last two weeks,” Mr Wrinkle told Tri-
bune Business. “We were desperately
trying to get it back to the Ministry of
Works before Christmas, but they’ve
run into a small snag with the definition
of LP Gas Contractors.”





“The Bill, at this
moment, is still with
the Attorney Gener-
al’s Office, and we
had communications.
with them in the last
two weeks,”



Stephen Wrinkle

Mr Wrinkle said his understanding

was that the definition in the Contrac- .

tors Bill had to be compatible with the
one employed in the existing Volatile
Substances Act, which governs the
LPG industry. .

The BCA, he added, had a meeting

scheduled with the Ministry of Works
for the second week in January, at
which time both sides would seek to
move it forward.

“From our perspective, it’s impor-
tant, but one has to wonder where it is
on the list of the Government’s prior-
ities, because it sits, and sits and sits,”
said a frustrated Mr Wrinkle, adding
that the Planning and Subdivisions Bill
had been moved through the Govern-
ment system far more rapidly.

“We’ve had a challenging year, and
need to get our house in order before
the economic cycle turns around, and
make sure the industry is licensed, reg-
ulated and controls are in force,” the
BCA president added. “It’s an impor-
tant piece of legislation, and we’ve tried
to get the Government to prioritise it,
not only for the contractor but the con-

“sumer, as they have no protection at

the moment.

“We can only press the Government
so far. Unfortunately, the Government
has traditionally been slow in respond-
ing to the needs of the private sector,
like with this Bill.”



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debt plus contingencies, and
are falling closer to approxi-
mately 55 per cent of GDP.
The fiscal deficit could be
over 4.5 per cent.”

As well as falling revenues,

FROM page 1B

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the Bahamian economy’s
gross domestic product
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result of the recession, further
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has raised its projections for
the extent of the Bahamian
economy’s. contraction from
-4 per cent to -4.5 per cent for
2009.

Mr Smith explained that in
its decision to downgrade the
Bahamas’ sovereign long-
term debt-rating from ‘A-‘ to
‘BBB+’, S&P would have
analysed the key drivers of
this nation’s economy —
tourism and foreign direct
investment.

Both had declined sharply,
and were heavily dependent
on the US economy’s perfor-
mance. Yet the indicators
from this nation’s northern
neighbour were not promis-
ing, with the recovery slug-
gish to-date and both con-
sumer confidence and discre-
tionary spending sluggish.

“With those forces working
against us, we’re not recog-
nised as an ‘A’ economy,” Mr
Smith said, “and hence the
downgrade.” To win back an
‘A-‘ rating, the Bahamas
would have to demonstrate a
“firm policy stance” to arrest
the fiscal decline when it had
the opportunity, “not just pay
lip service”.

S&P itself seemed to give
the Government little
prospect of reining in the fis-
cal deficit in the short to
medium-term, suggesting that
this and the national debt-to-

GDP ratio might continue to |

climb for several years yet.

“Overall, the general gov-

ernment deficit is projected
at 4.8 per cent of GDP in

2009-2010 (ending June 2010)’

from an estimated 4.1 per cent
of GDP in 2008-2009,” S&P

‘added. “During 2010-2012, we

project general government
deficits on the order of 3.5 per



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cent of GDP, compared with
deficits of 1.5 per cent of GDP
in 2003-2007.”

Few would argue against
the Government’s decision to
increase spending on capital
works projects, and expand
the size of the social security
budget, in a bid to create
some jobs and minimize the
impact on Bahamians of the
worst economic downturn in
living memory. Yet the Ingra-
ham administration may need
to revisit its policy stance and
focus more on the fiscal pru-

dence side, is what S&P is’

suggesting. The Wall Street
credit rating agency said the
Bahamas’ net general gov-
ernment debt had risen to 30
per cent of GDP, compared
to 22 per cent in 2008, and it

added: “We project that it will

continue rising to 35-39 per
cent of GDP in 2010-2012.
“Gross general government
debt is higher at 46 per cent of
GDP in 2009, up from 37 per
cent in 2008. The Common-

wealth’s share of external to-.

locally issued debt is 20 per
cent, which is relatively low
but up from 10. per cent in

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2007.” S&P added that gov-
ernment revenues were
expected to contract again in
2010, a further drop upon the
9.2 per cent decline in fiscal
year 2008-2009. This was com-
pounded by the Bahamas’
narrow revenue base, with
taxes on international trade
accounting for more than 50
per cent. “It’s a signal to the
authorities that their fiscal
policies are slipping, whether
it’s of our own making or
not,” Mr Smith told Tribune
Business of the S&P action,
suggesting that the Govern-
ment might need to révisit its
fiscal balancing act.

“You have to balance social
spending and propping up the
economy against prudent fis-
cal management.” Among the
actions that Mr Smith sug-

‘gested the Government might

need to consider were hold-
ing-off on the introduction of
schemes such as the unem-
ployment benefit, restructure

_ public spending, delay the

payment of salary increments
to public servants and, “God
forbid, downsizing in the pub-
lic sector”.
. “These are issues that have
to be faced. The real action
has to be taken on the
ground,” Mr Smith told Tri-
bune Business. “We have to
recognise that we’re on a very
perilous path, and come up
with strong policies to set our-
selves on the road to restora-
tion.... Policies designed to
arrest the falling economy and
see what we can do to rev-
enue and expenditure.”

“The numbers are not look-
ing that comfortable. The.ball
is in the Government’s court
really. We've just got to cut
our suit to fit our cloth, and
right now we don't have too
much cloth."

Rick Lowe, an executive
with the Nassau Institute, the
economic think-tank well-
known for being a fiscal
‘hawk’, described the S&P
‘downgrade’ as “the unin-
tended consequences of bad
government actions”.

“It might be the first in-a-
series of these things, if things
don’t turn around and the
Government does not take
decisive action,” Mr Lowe

=told Tribune Business. “It
might be our worst fears com-

ing to fruition. Where does it
end? I don’t see the Govern-
ment taking any initiative in
terms of spending cuts. It’s a
wake-up call for us all.”

S&P effectively assesses the
creditworthiness of borrow-
ers, meaning their ability to
repay loans and debts they
have taken on. The rating
downgrade means it has
become less optimistic about
the Bahamian government’s
ability to repay its long-term
sovereign debt, something
that will raise this nation’s
borrowing costs on the inter-

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the perceived increase in
investment risk.

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Cie a ra ee at
Economy to shrink by 4.5%, above forecast

FROM page 1B

per cent drop in tax collec-
tions to $268.1 million.
Meanwhile,
receipts received by the Gov-
ernment increased by 82.5 per
cent to $61.5 million, some-
thing that was attributed to a
“timing-related release” of
dividend payments from a
public corporation, likely to
be the Bahamas Telecommu-
nications Company (BTC).
Import duties were also,
surprisingly, up by 17.45 per
cent at $183.1 million, com-
pared to 2008-2009’s $155.9
million.
On the expenditure side,

the Government’s decision to _

increase capital works spend-
ing and the social security

budget saw total spending ~

grow by 6.8 per cent to $538.5
million. ©

While recurrent spending
on the Government’s fixed
costs fell by 1.9 per cent to
$437.6 million, capital outlays

rose by 47.6 per cent to $55.7.

million,.while “a more than
two-fold upturn in budgetary
support to public entities”
came to $45.2 million.

On the monetary front, the
ratio of arrears to total loans
in the commercial banking
sector rose to 17.3 per cent at
end-November 2009, an
increase of 4.9 percentage
points for the year to date.

Loans that were between
31 to 90 days past due
increased by $118.5 million
during the first 11 months of
2009, or 29.8 per cent, to hit
$516.5 million. The loan
arrears rate for this category
rose by two percentage points
during the period to reach 8.4
per cent.

As for the non-performing
loans, those 90 days past due,
they increased by $177.2 mil-
lion or 48.2 per cent during
the first 11 months of 2009 to
hit’$545 million. This was
equivalent, as a percentage of
the total outstanding Bahami-
an commercial bank‘loan
portfolio, to a 2.8 percentage
point rise to 9 per cent.

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non-tax.

“The expansion in delin-
quencies was attributed main-
ly to growth in mortgage
arrears, with smaller contri-
butions coming from the con-
sumer and commercial seg-
ments,” the Central Bank
said.

“The value of mortgage
delinquencies 31 days and
over strengthened markedly
by $165 million (45.3 per cent)
to $529.3 million, reflecting
gains in both the 31-90 day
and non-accrual segments, by
$100.7 million (50.7 per cent)
and $64.3 million (38.8 per
cent), respectively.

“Consumer arrears moved
upwards by $65.4 million (27.2
per cent) to $305.7 million,
buoyed by accretions to short-
term arrears by $20.4 million
(16 per cent) as well as non-
performing loans by $45 mil-
lion (39.9 per cent). The $65.3
million expansion in com-
mercial delinquencies was due
solely to a surge in the non-
accrual segment, by $67.9 mil-
lion, to’ $157.4 million, over-
shadowing the modest $2.7
million (3.7 per cent) down-
turn in short-term arrears to
$69.1 million.”

JAMES B. GOMEZ & Co.

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND CONSULTANTS,







AUDIT SENIOR

James B. Gomez & Co. requires an Audit Senior with a
minimum of four (4) years post qualifying experience. The
successful applicant should possess a qualification that
makes them eligible for membership in The Bahamas

Institute of Chartered Accountants. pies

Suitable applicants should respond in writing to:

The Manager -
P.O. Box SS-6229:-
Nassau, Bahamas

James B. Gomez & Co. is a member firm of DFK
International, a worldwide association of independent
accounting firms and business advisors.

During the January to

October 2009 period, the:

Central Bank said the biggest
contractions in consumer
lending were for private vehi-
cle purchases, which declined
by $26.1 million, and ‘miscel-
laneous’ loans. These fell by
$22 million.

Net repayments were also
seen for credit cards ($17.9
million); travel ($11.1 million)
and home improvement loans
($5.2 million). These had all
increased during the first 11
months of 2008 by, respec-

tively, $25.6 million,.$1.9 mil- ;

lion and $8.9 million.

The Central Bank added
that Bahamian. dollar credit
growth fell by $327.3 million
year-over-year to $99.1 mil-
lion, while private sector cred-
it growth dropped by .$303.1
million to $54.3 million.

Consumer credit fell by
$41.1 million, compared to a
$122 million rise in 2008,
while mortgage growth
slowed by 43.5 per cent to
$110.8 million.

The Central Bank again

reiterated that the Bahamian

economy was not expected to
resume growth until the 2010









second half, although bank-
ing sector liquidity remained
“robust” and the external
reserves, standing at just
under $840 million at end-
November 2009, “are expect-

ed to remain above interna- .

tional benchmarks”...
During the 2009 third quar-
ter, while total visitor arrivals
to the Bahamas increased by
12.5 per cent to one million,
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per cent downturn in air
arrivals for an overall upturn
of 27.7 per cent.

Inflation for the 12 months
to November fell by 2 per-
centage points to 2.4 per cent
on a yearly basis, compared
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Top medical brand sought over health tourism goal

FROM page 1B

that his ministry was aggres-
sively targeting health tourism
as a potential growth market
for the Bahamas, working
closely with the Bahamas
Medical Association (BMA)
and other industry profes-
sionals to develop a potential
multi-million dollar revenue
stream for this nation.

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on that in a number of areas,”
the minister said of medical
tourism, telling Tribune Busi-
ness before the Christmas hol-
idays: “We are advancing that
as rapidly as we can in the
New Year.”

Vernice Walkine, the Min-
istry of Tourism’s director-
general, speaking on the min-
ister’s behalf to the recent
World Medical Tourism Con-
gress in Los Angeles, said:

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“We propose to negotiate to
bring established, world-class
healthcare brands like the
Cleveland or Mayo Clinic to
our shores.

“Our desire is to partner
with a premier medical
provider that would be com-
patible with our Bahamian
destination brand, and also
with our Ministry of Health’s
standards for providing recog-
nised, reputable and proven

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procedures in treatment.”
Tribune Business was told
that the Mayo and Cleveland
Clinics were among those
being targeted by the Grand
Bahama .Port Authority
(GBPA) for its proposed $100
million hospital for Freeport,
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proposals for how medical
tourism could work in
Freeport, in a bid to piggy-
back off the existing presence
of Ross University’s medical
school.

While Ms Walkine made
no mention of whether the
Ministry of Tourism would
link-up with the GBPA’s
efforts in this area, she
pledged that the Bahamas
would “create a leading med-
ical tourism industry that
offers the very best health
benefits” and top-quality
medical care.

The Ministry of Tourism
was also seeking to develop
an investment incentives pol-
icy for the healthcare indus-
try, which would be similar to
the regime presently enjoyed
by the hotel industry.

‘This will ensure the ability
of such facilities to acquire
and retain the most modern

equipment and technology,” .

Ms Walkine said. “The pro-
cedures and services of such

facilities qualifying for incen-
/ tives must be approved in a
‘ minimum number of estab-

lished jurisdictions, such as
the United States, Canada,
Europe.”

The director-general said
the Bahamas had already
enjoyed some medial tourism
success despite the absence
of a policy framework, point-
ing to the availability of high
intensity focused ultrasound
(HIFU) prostate cancer treat-
ment.

“Already actively available
in Canada, Mexico, Argenti-
na, Brazil, India and the
Dominican Republic, it
became available in the
Bahamas in .2008,” Ms
Walkine said. “An average of
15 patients per month travel
to the Bahamas for treatment,
staying for five days, and
bringing along family mem-
bers due to the convenience
and affordability.

“This may be a relatively
small example, but a poten-
tially potent one, poised for
exponential growth.”

Doctors Hospital was also
set to be accredited by Joint
Commission International
(JCI), “establishing it as a
facility with exceptionally high
standards, and as part of a
high-quality network offering
highly-skilled doctors, state-
of-the-art equipment and
innovative treatment”.

The statistics quoted by Ms
Walkine hinted at the poten-
tial market available to the
Bahamas. In 2007, some
750,000 Americans travelled
abroad for overseas medical
services, spending $2.1 billion.
By 2010, the director-general
added, the former number
was expected to swell to six
million. And the Bahamas,
due to its proximity to the US,
one:one peg with the US dol-

‘lar and common jdanguage,

together with economic and
political stability/continuity,
was well-positioned, she said,
to reap the rewards.

PUBLIC NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that 1, PAUL JOSEPH of
New Providence, intend to change my name to PAUL

BERNARD JOSEPH.

If there are any objections to

this change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742,
Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of publication of this notice.

LEGAL NOTICE

UKRNAFTA & OPPORTUNITY FUND LTD.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named Fund (‘the
Company’) is in dissolution, commencing the 4" day of December
2009 and | Craig A. (Tony) Gomez of Baker Tilly Gomez, The
Deanery, 28 Cumberland .Street, P. O. ‘Box N-1991, Nassau,
Bahamas is appointed the Liquidator for the purpose of winding
up-the affairs of the said Company.

Dated the 24" day of December, 2009



6.weeks gases 9:00pm







Craig A. (Tony) Gomez
Liquidator









IN THE ESTATE OF Ghislain Joseph
Albert Dumas a.k.a. Ghislain Dumas late
‘of Lac Delage, Quebec in Canada.

BROKERAGE & ADVISORY SERVICES

; = FG CAPITAL MARKETS
ROYAL FIDELITY Se an

foe Money at Work NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
having any claim or demand against the
above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in writing to the undersigned
on or before the 18" day of January A.D.,
2010, after which date the Executors will
proceed to distribute the assets having
regard only to the claims of which they shall

then have had notice.

AML Foods Limited
Bahamas Property Fund
Bank of Bahamas
Benchmark .

Bahamas Waste

Fidelity Bank

Cable Bahamas

Colina Holdings
Commonwealth Bank (S1)
Consolidated Water BDRs
Doctor's Hospital
Famguard

Finco

FirstCaribbean Bank
Focol (S)

Focol Class B Preference
Freeport Concrete

ICD Utilities

J. S. Johnson

Premier Real Estate

AND NOTICE is hereby given that all
persons indebted to the said Estate of
Ghislain Joseph Albert Dumas a.k.a.
Ghislain Dumas are requested to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore
mentioned.

1000.00
1000.00
1000.90.
1000.00

Fidelity Bank Note 17 (Series A) +

Fidelity Bank Note 22 (Series B) + Prime + 1.75%
Fidelity Bank Note 13 (Series C) + . T%

Fidelity Bank Note 15 (Series D) + : : Prime + 1.75%

19 October 2017
19 October 2022
30 May 2013
29:May 2015

Bahamas Supermarkets
Caribbean Crossings (Pref)
RND Holdings

ABDAB

31-Oct-09
30-Nov-09
11-Dec-09
31-Oct-09

1.3419
2.8266

CFAL Bond Fund
CFAL MSI Preferred Fund
1.4294 CFAL Money Market Fund
2.9343 Royal Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund
12.5597 Royal Fidelity Prime Income Fund
100.0000 CFAL Global Bond Fund
99.4177 CFAL Global Equity Fund
1.0000 FG Financial Preferred Income Fund
FG Financial Growth Fund
FG Financial Diversified Fund
Royal Fidelity Bah Int’ Investmont Fund
Principal Protected 7IGRS, Series 1
Royal Fidollty Bah Int'l Investment Fund
Principal Protected TIGRS, Series 2

2.8552
1.5048
2.9618
13.2400
103.0956
99.4177
1.0804

31-Oct-09
30-Sep-09
30-Sep-09
31-Oct-09
31-Oct-09
31-Oct-09 |
31-Oct-09

NADIA A. WRIGHT
Attorney for the Executors
Chambers
P.O. Box N-4589
Nassau, Bahamas

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BISX ALL SHARE INDEX - 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00
52wk-HI - Highest closing price In last 52 wéeks

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

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

Dally Vol. - Number of total shares traded today

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

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

(S) - 4-for-1 Stock Split - Effective Date 8/8/2007

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

Ask & - Solling price of Colina and fidelity

Last Price - Last traded over-the-counter price

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 7B



Banks ‘confident’ Q1 go live

FROM page 1B

fident it will be the first quar-
ter. We have made significant
progress, to the point where
we can notify the public that
the live date will be fairly .
soon.”

Dionisio D’ Aguilar, the for-
mer Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce president who has
been a constant critic of the
delays in implementing the
ACH electronic payments
system, questioned to Tribune
Business whether the com-
mercial banks could bring it
into being without the Cen-
tral Bank of the Bahamas’
proposed legislation to regu-
late such systems being passed
into statute.

“Unless that legislation is
in place, will the Central Bank
give it’s blessing for it to pro-
ceed?” Mr D’ Aguilar asked.

“J don’t know if there’s a:

direct correlation between the
ACH and passing the legisla-
tion. Is one tied to the oth-
er?”

Wendy Craigg, the Central
bank’s governor, told Tribune
Business that the passage of
the payments systems legisla-

tion would not hold up the

‘ACH’s implementation. She

explained: “There’s a way
around it, putting temporary
measures in place until the
legislation comes into force.”

Meanwhile, Mr D’ Aguilar
said the ACH’s ‘going live’
was “but a small step”
towards his goal of “fully”
establishing electronic bank-
ing in the Bahamas, and dri-
ving cash and cheques from
the system.

The Superwash president
said the commercial banks
had been promising an ACH
for so long, telling him that it
would only take a further
three to four months when he
became Chamber president
in 2007, that he would “only

believe it when I see it”.

He added: “It’s [the ACH]
the first step in the process of
getting there. They [the com-
mercial banks] have promised
it for so long. The proof is in

‘the pudding. When it gets
done, I will believe it.

Encourage

“I want to encourage the

banks. Yes, it’s good that
there’s light at the end of the
tunnel, but it’s been talked
about so much that people
will only believe it when they
see it,

“The ACH is but a small
step in getting us-to the point
where we are going to fully

implement electronic bank-
ing. Yes, cheques are able to
clear in 24 to 36 hours, so
businesses will get their mon-
ey faster, instead of having it
tied up, and customers will
get their money faster, instead
of having it tied up for three
days.

“A lot of people don’t
accept cheques, because it
takes too long to clear them,
and the ACH will drive peo-
ple back to using cheques
because they will know
instantly whether they are
good or not, and will get
access to the full amount.”

However, this was not.

enough for Mr D’Aguilar,
who described cheques as
“very cumbersome and so

20th century”. “We’re half
way there, not all the way
there,” he added. “My goal is
to eliminate cash and cheques
from the, system, and drive
businesses to pay electroni-

cally.

“There’s still a delay with
cheques, three hours instead
of 36 hours, so there’s-still a
delay.

“Hopefully, the ACH will
facilitate and encourage every

on electronic payments system

business to settle transactions
electronically.” Mr D’Aguilar
also expressed hope that the
ACH would encourage con-
sumers to use debit cards, and
businesses to accept them,
since money automatically
passed from the purchaser’s
to the seller’s bank account
and there was “100 per cent
certainty” the transaction
would be settled for the full
amount.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PRESENDIEU SIMEON of

P.O BOX N3331, 6th Street Grove, Nassau, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of

The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration/naturalization should not be granted,
aN should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 8" day of January, 2008
~~ to the Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship,
WN AD P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

Nassau Airport

Development Company

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Pharmacy Technician

Program
January Course 2010
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Saturday December 12th & 19th
Open 10am - 5pm

December 14th to 24th - Mon - Friday
Open 9am to 6pm

December 26th-Closed
December. 29th - 31st Close For Inventory ©

Nassau Ajai ee Company (NAD) has a requirement
for the Supply and Delivery of Furnishings (P1-190 A), Supply and
Delivery of Appliances (PI-190 B) and Supply and Delivery of




Commercial Seating (PI-190 C), for Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 of -

Register Early Call 356-4860
Space is limited to candidates

the Lynden Pindling International Airport Expansion Project. These

Supply and Delivery Price Inquiries are to be in accordance with the

required schedule and specifications, with Stage 1 being awarded *

at this time.

PI-190A Furnishings Scope of Work includes: Reopen Monday January Ath, 5010
Tel: 242-328-0048
Fax: 242-328-0049
#4 Patton & Rosetta Sts., Palmdale
Nassau, Bahamas.
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Sie PI-190 B Appliances Scope of Work includes:

CLE/quiNa. 01483

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT °
Common Law and Equity Division

+ Supply and Delivery of Specified Appliances

+ Warranty and on-island Service for warranty period



IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land comprising 5,515 Pl-190 C Commercial Seating Scope of Work includes: ;

square feet and situate on the Northern side of Lewis Street East, in the City
of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, and at a distance of 137 feet from
Comfort Street, and bounding Northerly by land said to be the property of
Howard Pinder and running thereon Fifty-seven and Nineteen hundredths
(57.19”) feet and bounding Easterly by land said to be the property of Gertrude
Fowler and running thereon One Hundred and Three hundredths (100.03”) feet
and bounding Southerly by Lewis Street and running thereon Fifty-three and

’ Ninety-seven hundredths (53.97’) feet and bounding Westerly by land said
to be the property of Mary Cartwright and running thereon Ninety-eight and
Sixty-five hundredths (98.65’) feet. .

+ Supply and Delivery of Specified Appliances
Price Inquiry Packages will be available for. pick up after

4:00 pm, on Thursday, November 19th, 2009.
COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS ~—_ 2009

IN THE SUPREME COURT No. CLE/QUI/01549
Equity Side

NOTICE

AND IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1959

IN THE MATTER OF the Quieting Titles Act of 1959
AND



AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE:PETITION OF
RAYMOND MEADOWS

IN THE MATTER OF the Petition of
Lesley Anne Stubbs and Leverne Palacious

TO
NOTICE OF PETITION :
ALL THAT: piece parcel or tract of land
totaling some 175.287 Acres and situate in .
Salt Bluff and between the Settlements of
Savannah Sound and .Tarpum Bay on the
Island of Eleuthera one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas

Pursuant to an Order of The Supreme Court dated the 15th day of October,
A.D. 2009.

The Petition of Lesley Anne Stubbs and Leverne Palacious, both of Lewis Street
East, in the City of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, showeth in respect of:

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land comprising 5,515 square feet and situate
on the Northern side of Lewis Street East, in the city of Nassau, New Providence,
Bahamas, and bounded on the North by land said to-be the property of Howard
Pinder and running thereon Fifty-seven and Nineteen hundredths (57.19’) feet
and on the East by land said to be the property of Gertrude Fowler and running
thereon One Hundred and Three hundredths (100.03’) feet and on the South
by Lewis Street and running thereon Fifty-three and Ninety-seven hundredths
(53.97’) feet and on the West by land said to be the property of Mary Cartwright
and running thereon Ninety-eight and Sixty-five hundredths (98.65’) feet.



Rayr ond Meadows claims to be the owner in
fee simple in possession of the parcel of land
hereinbefore described and the Petitioner has .
made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of The Bahamas under
Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to
have his title to the said land investigated.

UNFINISHED, DILAPIDATED
AND DERELICT BUILDINGS

The Petitioners, Lesley Anne Stubbs ‘and Leverne Palacious, herein claim to
be the owners in fee simple in possession of the said tract of land and have
made application to The Supreme Court Of The Commonwealth Of The
®ahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have their title to the
said tract of land investigated. and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate Of Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with the
provisions of that Act.

_Incontinuing our efforts fo beautify the city, The Grand
Bahama Port Authorty, Limited wishes fo advise the
public that effective Janucry 2010, the Building and
Developmen Services Deporiment will fake the
necessary sleps fo ccs and/or demolsh unfinished,
dilapidated and derelict buildings within the city of
Freeport and Lucaya areas,

Copies of the filed plan may be inspected

during normal business hours at:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court

(b) The Office of the Administrator situate at
Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera

(c) The Chambers of the undersigned.

Copies of the Plan showing the position boundaries shape marks and dimen-
sions of the said tract of land may be inspected during normal office hours at
the following places:

(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court, East Street North,
Nassau, Bahamas. _
(b) The Chambers of Joseph C. Lédée, Suite No. 6,
; Grosvenor Close, Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

‘Building owners are asked fo please contact the
Building and Development Services Department to
avoid any unwanted demolitions.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person
having dower or right to dower or an adverse
claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition
shall before the 24th day of January, A.D.,
2010 file in the Supreme Court and serve the
Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of
his claim on or before the 24th day of January,
A.D., 2010 will operate as a bar to such claim.

Notice is hereby given that any person having Dower or right to Dower
or an Adverse Claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
expiration of Thirty (30) days after the final publication of these presents file at
the Registry of The Supreme Court in the City of Nassau, Bahamas, and serve
on the Petitioners or on the undersigned an Adverse Claim in the prescribed
form verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith.

Building & Development Services Department
Soutnem Ridge Building

East Atlantic Drive

P.O. Box F-42666

Tet: 242-350-9178

Fox: 242-351-8473

Web: www.gbpa.com

Failure of any such person to file and serve an Adverse Claim on or before the
expiration of Thirty (30) days after the final publication of these presents shall
operate as a bar to such claim.

TIMOTHY SERRETTE & CO.,
Attorneys for the Petitioner,
Chancery House
No. 21 Dowdeswell Street
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

DATED THIS 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER, A.D. 2009.

JOSEPH C. LEDEE, ESQ.
Chambers

Suite No. 6, Grosvenor Close
Shirley Street

Nassau, Bahamas

Attorney for the Petitioners

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pricked (3)
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THE TRIBUNE

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 9B





The Tribune





Health New —
Year’s resolutions

By REUBEN SHEARER
Tribune Features Reporter
rshearer@tribunemedia.net

HRISTMAS festivities are

now over, and many Bahami-

ans probably overindulged a
bit in food and drink during the holi-
day season. Numerous persons will
most likely carry a few extra pounds
into the new year.

And with a cold front upon us,
many will be reluctant to venture out-
doors to exercise.

Tribune Health took to the East
Bay area last week to find out what
Bahamians will be doing to stay
healthy in terms of exercise activities
and diet plans in 2010. Here’s what
they told us. ©



e Eighteen-year-old PHYLLISA BARNES was

“home for Christmas,” and like many college’,
students, she was eager to attack that good |

ole’ Bahamian Christmas spread of turkey,
peas n’ rice and macaroni, among many other
goodies.

But the Taylor University student has a sim-
ple plan to keep her weight down:

“J want to exercise more, and go running
and walking. Sometimes, I gd to the gym, and
I jump rope as well. During the Christmas sea-
son I try not to eat so much cake, but drink
more water and less soda.”

° BASILIO CHRISTIE,
39, is holding a weight
loss challenge for 2010.

“Why not win some
money and lose weight
at the same time,” said
Mr. Christie, explaining
the innovative contest
he put together for his
family and friends to
start ‘the new year off
with.

For the challenge,
participants “put ina
certain amount of mon-
ey, and whoever loses

-the most weight per-
centage-wise over three
months wins the pot,”
he said.

Participants can choose to lose as much
weight as they wish, as long as they do it the
healthy way.

Mr Christie has won at his own game three
times before.

*In November and December, he throws all
his diets out of the window: and eats.as much as
he wants. But in January, he gets disciplined,
hits the gym, and runs as much as he can.

“T usually lose between 20 and 25 pounds
between January and March,” said Mr
Christie.

“My wife is training for a half marathon in
February and I’ve been training her for it. T’ll
be participating with her, and that’ll be some
form of exercise for me.”







¢ NOEL STURRUP, 34, manager of a popular
food and beverage chain, said: “I treat myself
once in a while and even manage my treats.”

“T’d prefer to eat what I want throughout my
life than eat it all now and come to a point
where I can’t eat it all later.





“I want to live better longer, for as long as I
can. I don’t want to be diabetic because that
runs in my family. Managing my salts and sug-
ars is key because-‘my mother is plagued with
both of them.

“Certainly, one of my goals is to drink more
water, reduce my sugar intake, and eat small-
er meals throughout the day. I eat too many
sweets, so I want: to space out how I eat my
meals because right now I eat once a day in the
morning and then I’m not hungry for the rest
of the day. So I’m trying to space that out for

_ the rest of the day so that ?m balanced and

more energised, although I’m considered high
energy,” he said.

Mr Sturrup hits the gym twice a week. If he
doesn’t get to the gym, he works out at home.







e LEAH DAVIS, former TV personality, said
she would like to find more time to fit a good

_ work-out into her daily routine in 2010.

“It’s tough with the time change because it
gets dark so early, so it’s either first thing in the
morning or I have to renew my membership at
the gym.”

“T exercise three to four times a week, and I
do walking and jogging. I try to.stay outdoors,
because I’m not a big gym person,” she said.





e DOUG BROWN, 55, says he enjoys a nice
cigar. While he normally enjoys them only in
social settings, he admits that he has become
addicted to the tobacco flavour of cigars.

Speaking to Tribune Health he tries to justify
that cigar smoking is better than having’ acig- °

arette.

“T figure if you don’t inhale the ‘smoke in
your lungs then you just smell the aroma. I
just puff on the cigar. It relaxes me,” he said.

Nevertheless, he still hopes to cut down on

‘the habit new year. “I also plan to stay away

from too much alcohol, and have less carbs.”

The California native and his wife live on a
sailboat, and are here in the Bahamas until
next May. Doug and-his wife enjoy what the
country’s waters have to offer, including
spearfishing opportunities. :

Spearfishing, the couple say, takes care of
their exercise requirements.

e CARLOS LAMM
plans to keep the
stress at bay with the
help of physical exer-
tion.

. By. exercising in the
gym, he hopes to

focus his body and
mind.

“Vil be going back
to the gym soon to lift
weights, and that
should do. I want to
keep my mind right,
and starting out with
physical exercise in
the gym in the morn-
ing carries me

throughout the day. The gym keeps the stress
away. I try not to worry a lot, read my Bible,
ptay everyday,” he said.

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MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY
POLICE DEPARTMENT

RE: TRAFFIC PRESSRELEASENOTICE =
_ ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S DAY JUNKANOO- PARADE
FRIDAY, 1 JANUARY, 2010
INFORMATION

The Annual New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade will be held on Friday, 1 January, 2010
between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.

ROUTE
The routes for the parade are as follows:

Frederick Street to Bay Street, East along Bay Street to Elizabeth Avenue, South along

_ Elizabeth Avenue to Shirley Street, West along Shirley Street to Frederick Strect.

NO PARKING

From two (2) hours before and until after the parade 1 no. Sehibles will be allowed to park
along the following strests:

¢ BAY STREET BETWEEN NAVY LION ROAD

AND VICTORIA AVENUE ‘= BOTH SIDES
* NAVY LION ROAD . .~ BOTH SIDES
* SHIRLEY STREET BETWEEN FREDERICK
STREET AND COLLINS AVENUE - + BOTH SIDES
» FREDERICK STREET BETWEEN SHIRLEY
STREET AND WOODES RODGERS WHARF - —- BOTH SIDES
¢ CHARLOTTE STREET BETWEEN WOODES
' RODERGS WHARF AND SHIRLEY STREET - BOTH SIDES
¢ WOODES RODGERS WHARF - . BOTH SIDES
* ELIZABETH AVENUE . BOTH SIDES
¢ EAST STREET BETWEEN SANDS LANE
AND WOODES RODGERS WHARF - BOTH SIDES
° PARLIAMENT STREET BETWEEN WOODES
RODGERS WHARF AND EAST HILL STREET- BOTH SIDES
* MARKET STREET BETWEEN BAY STREET
AND DUKE STREET - BOTHSIDES -
e TRINITY PLACE cs BOTH SIDES
e KING STREET BOTH SIDES"
© CUMBERLAND STREET BETWEEN DUKE
STREET AND MARLBOROUGH STREET “- BOTH SIDES

ROAD CLOSURE

From 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, 31 December, 2009 until after the parade the following
streets will be closed to vehicular traffic:

e BAY STREET BETWEEN NAVY LION ROAD AND ELIZABETH
AVENUE.

e SHIRLEY STREET BETWEEN FREDERICK STREET AND COLLINS
AVENUE.

¢ PARLIAMENT STREET BETWEEN EAST HELL STREET AND BAY
STREET.

* FREDERICK STREET BETWEEN EAST WILL STREET AND BAY
’ STREET.

« CHARLOTTE STREET BETWEEN WOODES RODGERS WHARF AND
: SHIRLEY STREET.

° EAST STREET BETWEEN SHIRLEY STREET AND BAY STREET.

° ELIZABETH AVENUE BETWEEN BAY STREET AND SHIRLEY
STREET.

DIVERSION OF TRAFFIC

Vehicular traffic travelling west bound on Shirley Street will be diverted south onto

‘Collins Avenue.

Vehicular traffic traveling north bound on Blue Hill Road will be diverted west on
Marlborough Street.

Vehicular traffic travelling north bound on Nassau Street will be diverted west along
West Bay Street,

Signed:
Ellison Greenslade, @PM
Commissioner Of Police (Acting).





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THE TRIBUNE



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Make the small things count ©

As we rush, bounce, or slip into
the new year, we think about the
coming months and the endless pos-
sibilities. Depending on how the year

_ has ended will usually influence our
outlook and degree of optimism.

If we feel as if it finished on a pos-
itive note, then we eagerly look for-
ward to months of the same.

On the other hand, if it was stress-
ful, disappointing and an unhappy

‘ time then we are glad to shut the
door and step forward. Out with the
old and in with the new!

Many of us use this time as an
opportunity to really reflect and plan
the course of our lives. We call them
New Year’s resolutions and start the
year with good intentions to make
changes to our often unfocused lives.
Popular topics are fitness, weight
loss, saving plans and getting out of
debt. Some people’s lists include
more noble and altruistic goals such
as charity work and helping others.
Even if we ask those close to support
our goals, it is usually accompanied



with a cynical chuckle. There is a
sense that any change is hard to
make and reaching out of the box
is fruitless. ;

We believe that by changing these
faults, they will make us happy.

With out a doubt they will, but
without addressing the core prob-
lem, they may not last. Personal hap-
piness and the state of our relation-
ships are often central to our prob-
lems.

A large sector of society is fasti-
nated with anything to do with rela-
tionships and this is reflected in the
amount of magazine material. The
same goes for radio, television, and

of course the internet has exploded
with the limitless possibilities.

Relationships are unique and com-
plex and many of us are conscious of
complacency and taking people for
granted.

Being flexible, interested and ful-
ly participating in each other’s lives
requires effort. With all the advice
out there no one wants to be caught
off guard saying things like, “I didn’t
see it coming.” :

‘Stress generated from strained

-relations can directly affect’ our men-

tal and physical health. If that is the

case, then we need to address the —

core problems which could affect
weight gain and compulsive behav-
jours. ;

For example, making the first
move to forgive individuals, and
reestablishing communication may
be one of your first decisions.

Or sitting down and discussing the
direction of a relationship and its
future. Perhaps, it may even mean
dealing with unpleasant decisions,



MOST Bahamian lawns are of St Augus-
tine grass and the rate of growth in summer
_makes mowing a weekly task. Now we are in

the cooler months of the year the grass will
grow at very reduced rate, but it will still be
growing.

There is a tendency to ignore one’s lawn in

winter except for the occasional trim, yet a
little care and attention will greatly improve
the texture and greenness of next summer’s
lawn.

Winter is the best time to remove all weeds
from your lawn. Pull them up, roots and all.
If you do this after a rain shower or a period
of watering then the job will be easier.

At least once a month apply high nitrogen
lawn fertiliser in liquid form to your lawn
to maintain (or achieve) a good, deep colour.
You should see an improvement in the
colour by spring without any noticeable
increase in growth activity.

Winter is the time to patch any holes in
your lawn. Many gardeners use sand to pro-
mote growth in bare patches but a good soil
is really better and encourages quick coloni-
sation.

Bahamians have for years enjoyed growing
Mexican sunflower (Tithonia rotundiflora)
for its heat-resistant properties and warm
weather blooming. The orange flowers are

bright and cheerful and lighten up wherever

in the garden you plant them.

Related to the Mexican sunflower is the
Bolivian sunflower tree (Tithonia diversifo-
lia) that bears yellow daisy-like flowers that
can be four inches in diameter. The tree
quickly grows to 12 or 15 feet and is so fast-
growing that it may present a problem in
the future if it is allowed to escape into the
wild.

That said, it is a handsome shrub with mid-
green foliage that sets off the brilliant yellow
of the flowers.

Cut flowers do not last very long so they



The lawn in winter

are best left on the tree.

As the name ‘diversifolia’ suggests, the
leaves vary in shape. They are deeply lobed
and very attractive. When a dead flower is
pruned away the nearby foliage often dies off

‘and turns brown. This means that dead-

heading and dead leaf stripping should be
done regularly, about once a week, in order
to keep the shrub looking clean and healthy.

seasonal pruning is also necessary to keep
the shrub in check as unpruned shrubs tend
to get leggy and unattractive. The Bolivian
sunflower tree will bloom on and off all year
round but takes rest periods. It is then that
radical pruning should take place, taking
care to cut back central branches at the top
of the shrub as well as the sides.

The Bolivian sunflower tree is ridiculous-
ly easy to propagate from cuttings and this
may have added to its popularity.

A 10-inch cutting from the lower end of a
branch will quickly leaf out and establish

roots. I have known some gardeners start .

them in water with a pinch of water soluble
fertiliser added. ~

If you treat your Bolivian sunflower tree
well with regular pruning you should be able
to keep it in your yard. Were the seeds
allowed to mature on the shrub, this may
present a problem and allow the progeny to
escape. In the wild the shrubs grow close
together and block out any native growth.

The Brazilian pepper started as a garden
ornamental but escaped and is now a major
pest in several islands of the Bahamas. We do
not want that to happen to the Bolivian sun-
flower tree, so be responsible. Give away
cuttings rather than seeds.

A happy and prosperous New Year to all
Green Scene readers!

° For questions and comments please contact
Gardener Jack at j.hardy@coralwave.com

such as finishing a relationship that
has reached a dead end.
Any anguish in our relationships

can affect other aspects of our lives

and lead to unhappiness.
This really is not surprising when

_ we spend so much time consumed

with attaining the material trap-
pings that will improve our quality
of life. Joint salaries move us more
quickly in the desired direction and
we keep our eyes pinned on ‘the
big picture’. Then, one day we

realise we have achieved everything .

we wanted. How often have we
heard about couples divorce when
they reach the top. People are
shocked that the material things are
not enough in the end. It hits them
that they were happier when they
had less and they needed each oth-
er more.

When wise and worldly people
hear stories such as this they remind
us that ‘it is the small things that
count’.

Securing a sound future for your

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family is important, but it is even

_ more imperative to shower them

with love and attention along the
way. Being thoughtful and consid-
erate to those who matter paves the
way for a rich and rewarding life.

Cynics interrupt us by saying,
“that to remember all the small
things is too difficult, demanding
and will only be one-sided.” a

But do not be deterred. Make
your New Year’s resolutions about
improving your relationships and
happiness. You may be surprised
when you realise you lose weight
and your mind frees to allow other
things to fall into place.

¢ Margaret Bain is an individual and
couples relationship therapist. She is a
registered nurse and a certified clinical
sex therapist. For appointments call
364-7230 or e-mail her at relateba-
hamas@yahoo.com or www.relateba-
hamas.blogspot.com. She is also
available for speaking engagements.

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IT’S here again, the
‘sniffling, sneezing,
coughing, aching,
fever’ season.

Influenza, commonly
known as "the flu," is a high-
ly contagious viral infection
of the respiratory tract.

The flu affects both sexes
and all age groups, and even
has its own season - from
November to April.

Most cases occur between
late December and early
March.

Often confused with the
common cold, flu symptoms
are usually more severe than
the typical sneezing and stuffi-
ness of a cold, Doctors Hos-
pital said in a press statement.

Symptoms of the flu may
include fever, chills, headache,
muscle aches, dizziness, loss
of appetite, tiredness, cough,
sore throat, runny nose, nau-
sea or vomiting, weakness, ear
pain and/or diarrhea:

It is, however, important to
treat the flu seriously. because
it can lead’ to pneumonia and
other life-threatening compli-
cations, particularly in infants,
senior citizens, and people
with long-term health prob-
lems.

Persons at high risk should
consider getting a flu shot.

Influenza is thought to
spread mainly person-to-per-
son through coughing or
sneezing of infected people.

You must take everyday
actions to stay flu free.

Doctors offer these guide-
lines to follow if you have the
flu:

e Cover the nose and:
mouth with a tissue when you

cough or sneeze, and dispose -

DOCTORS Hospital’s executive team and associates embark on their Annual Flu Vaccination Programme. (Pictured I-r, front row) Barry
Rassin, president of Doctors Hospital, and Dr Charles Diggiss, Doctors Hospital's Chief Medical Officer prepare for flu vaccinations.

of it in the trash after you use
it is a must.
e Wash your hands often

with soap and water, and if

soap and water are not avail-
able, use an alcohol-based
hand rub.

e Avoid touching your
eyes, nose and mouth, germs
are spread that way.

e Additionally, stay home

from work or school if you

get sick and limit contact

with others to keep from

infecting them as advised by
the United Centre for Dis
ease Control.

’ Vaccination is the best pro- -

tection against flu. Getting

’

the shot before the flu sea-
son is in full force gives the
body a chance to build up
immunity to, or protection
from, the virus.
Although you can geta flu
_ shot well into flu season, it's
best to try to get it earlier
rather than later. The vac-
cine is usually. offered
between September and mid-
November (and may be given
at other times of the year).

Given as an injection, the ©

flu shot contains killed flu
viruses that will not cause the

flu, but will prepare the body °

to fight off infection By the
live flu virus.
Getting a shot of the killed

virus means a person is pro-
tected against that particular
type of live flu virus if he or
she comes into contact with
it.

“Tf you or your child may
have gotten the vaccine last
year, that won't protect you
from getting the flu this year
‘because the protection wears
off and flu viruses constantly
change,” explained Doctors
Hospitals’ Infection and Safe-
ty Control coordinator
Tamara Duncombe.

She said that this is why
the vaccine is updated each
year to include the most cur-
rent strains of the virus.

The flu vaccine reduces the

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 11B



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average person's chances of
catching the flu by up to 80
per cent during the season.
Because the vaccine prevents
infection with only a few of
the viruses that can cause flu-
like symptoms, it isn't a guar-
antee against getting sick.

But even if someone who
has gotten the shot gets the
flu, symptoms usually will be
fewer and milder.

The flu shot should be
administered each year. ~

If you are interested in get-
‘ting vaccinated with the flu.
shot, contact the Sessional
Clinic at Doctors Hospital,
302-4684 to schedule an
appointment.

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2009/10 fashion season
brings us a mix of edgy, sophisti-
cated and youthful styles that are
easy to emulate.





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And although there has not been a signifi-
cant change in styles from the Fall season, this
year’s Winter trends offer a selection of wear-

able fashion that you can dress up or dress

down.
For instance, maxi dresses which were hot

_this Fall can also work for Winter and can be

dressed up by adding a long necklace and a
broad belt. They can also be dressed down by

wearing less accessories and adding a pair of -

gladiator sandals to complete the look.
This Winter, bold colours like grey, blue,

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cranberry, purple, mixed and matched with
very bright colors like pink, bright orange
and red are a definite must.

Keora Beneby at Guess, a store that sells
runway-inspired styles, told Tribune Woman
that ‘dresses are at very hot item this year

‘and have been a rapidly emerging trend.

Whether you are going to the hottest par-
ty of the year or just headed to dinner with
a few friends, cocktail dresses are Winter
fashion must-haves.

“These dresses come in tunic styles and
they seem to be among the most popular
dresses for the Winter. The one-strap dress-
es are also emerging and they will be a big
hit 2010,” Ms Beneby said. :

Like the maxi dresses, cocktail dresses
can be dressed up with broad belts and very
long necklaces. .

“The dresses are more of a tight fitted
look that creates an A-line shape-with the
arms and legs. Its a little more sexier,” she
said. °

Instead of tunic tops and sheer blouses, it
is the corset style tops embellished with lace
that have taken the lead this season.
Whether they have one, two or no straps
at all, women are ‘rockin’ this look that is
reminiscent of female pirates back in the
day.
Corsets are usually worn with skinny
jeans or leggings which finish off the look
perfectly.

And ladies you an breathe a sigh of relief
because skinny jeans and leggings are here
to stay. They made their debut a few years
ago, and now they have become a very pop-
ular staple in fashion.’

“The younger women are wearing the
skinny jeans and the boot-cut jeans ar
more popular among the more mature
women,” she said.

Ms Beneby said that metallic and
sequined embellishments and accessories

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are also very popular, and people will see
much more of them next year.

As we know, fashion constantly repeats
itself, and this Winter is seeing a big come-
back of some classic styles: :

For example, plaid is big again.

Designers are.creating plaid shirts, blous-,
es, skirts, shorts, and accessories in a variety
colours like red, purple, yellow, green and
orange.

And who said shawls are only for dress
wear? Dressing up a pair of jeans and T-
shirt with a fine cashmere pashmina shawl is
a new fun and expressive style. Not to men-
tion you’re going to need it for the chilly
weather.

Shoes and accessories are always a big
deal in women’s fashion. And of course an
outfit is never complete without the right
pair of shoes or accessories. :

This season when it comes to accessories
its all about an exaggerated look.

“Accessories are bigger and bolder, a
simple outfit is eyen sassier with huge acces-
sories, but the key to it all is not to overdo

‘it. Even the clutches are becoming much
longer, the sunglasses are made much big-
ger, like the aviator ones,” Guess’ Ms Bene-
by:said. .

And as it concerns shoes, stilettos, stream-

lined heels, squared-off toes, or pointed
toes - they are all hot.

Besides stilettos, booties are what the
women are wearing. “The suede booties
are popular and they come in different
styles like laced booties, open toe, squared
toe, pointed toe, and they look best when
they are worn with dresses,” she said.

There is no right or wrong when it comes
to fashion, since fashion is always redefining
itself, but it is always best to remember that
making a fashion statement is all about
finding your own personal style and what
best suits your personality!

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BBF # 285
2000 MONTE CARLO
white and blue, black leather interior, cold AC,
3.8L power everything, 22” rims, brand new
tires, brand new computer, bearings and
battery, asking $9,500 ONO call 392-
8887/4367093

BBF #107 :
2003 INFINITY COUPE,
excellent condition, leather interior, sunroof,
DVD player, booming stereo system, standard
shift, owner leaving island asking $ 16,000.
ONO Phone # 328-3347 leave a message.

IBBF #151
2003 INFINITY COUPE,
excellent condition, leather interior, sunroof,
DVD player, booming stereo system, standard
shift, owner leaving island
asking $ 16,000. ONO Phone # 328-3347

BBF #158

2004 SENTRA
10,000 mls, CD Player, cruise control, power
locks and windows, extremely clean, $7,500
, must see to appreciate.
Phone #455-6283/502-9046

BBF #185
, 2004 HONDA ACCORD,
pearl black, pink HID, fully loaded, v6, sunroof,
20” rims $13,500 with rims or $12,000 without
rims. Phone #436-8977/394-0530



BBF #241
2001 TOYOTA COROLLA,
TV, DVD, CD, AC, clean, just in $7500
call 393-2667/434-2756

2003 Lancer Mitsubishi,
pearl white interior, AC, Alarm System, D.V.D
system, power window, Hid Light’s (Blv) 20’s
Rims New tires, gas saver, clean inside and out,
license till March 2010. Excellent condition.
Asking $5,600 ONO
Phone # 445-0528, 677-5377 445-5088

2007 Nissan Maxima,

Black leather interior, Black exterior, AC, 6 Disc
CD changer, everything powered, heated seats
and steering wheel, sunroof $22,900
ONO call 558-3766

1998 Pontiac
2 door, $3,300. ONO
424-5393, good running condition



BBF #253 _

1996 NISSAN SKYLINE GTS-T,

2 Door, Rear wheel drive, A/C, Power Windows,
Power Locks, Turbo, Sun Roof; Locked LSD,
Pioneer Premier Bluetooth Deck,

Asking 8,500 OBO, Tel: 328-1801/
525-5017/436-0986

BBF #258

2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,

metal Gray, 20” chrome rims, leather interior,
wood kit, AC; CD player, alarm, $7,500
call 395-4367

BBF #271
1998 CAMRY,
pioneer CD player, leather seats, AC, brand new
20” rims, just serviced, excellent on gas, comes
with extra paint. $5,500.00
call 558-8351



2002 INFINITI 135,
Black leather, sunroof, wood trim, 6cd in-dash,
rear power sunshade, 3.5L V6, sound system.
$11,000 0.b.0 525-1472



Ss :

2004 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY HSE,
asking $17,500 ONO, :
Black with Tan leather interior, Dual Sunroof,
DvD Player T.el# 4316488



BBF #279 ms
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
clean title, 22 inch rims, xm radio, ac, cd, tan int,
ext white, custom lights, $13,000
Call456-8121



TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 3



BBF #286
2009 HONDA ACCORD
just in, black leather interior, sunroof, clean
title, AC, CD player, $25,000 price for a quick
sale call 431-8839/425-6409/341-3748

BBF #298

1991 TOYOTA SOARER,
twin turbo, 1 JZ motor, 5-speed, blitz dual
exhaust, sard blow off, short shifter, 16”
5zigen rims, lowered suspension,
call for price 393-0483/433-5663 9am-5pm|

2000 NISSAN MAXIMA,
5 speed standard shift, white, sunroof, DVD &
CD player, AC, one of a kind $6,000
: call 423-8667

BBF #304
2005 TOYOTA TUNDRA,

AC, CD player, 22” rims, low mileage, clean,
great condition, just in from US $17,000.
2007 Dodge charger, clean title $19,500

Call 449-3239 to 448-3239

2004 GREEN FORD F-150 LARIAT,

4 door, low mileage, chrome accessori
custom leather and wood gram interior, cold’AC,
P/W, P/L CD player, DVD player
asking $17,500 ONO
2005 Altima $8,200 ONO
call 465-3060/359-3521



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THE TRIBUNE



2003 MAXIMA,
fully loaded, 20” rims, flip out DVD player, HID
head lights $9,000 price negotiable call 466-
9320/395-2548

BBF #308
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
fully loaded, low mileage, cd changer, leather,
sunroof, AC, 18 inch chrome rims,
keyless entry, $9,800 ONO
552-1164

[BBF #311
‘1998 HONDA ACCORD
20” rims, AC, CD player, standard shift,
$5,800 AND 2003 Dodge Ram, 4 door,
clean title, $15,500 call 544-1038

2003 ACCORD,
excellent condition, AC, CD player -

$13,000 ONO call 556-4616/393-0686



2006 DODGE DURANGO
blue exterior, dark gray interior, AC, CD,
33k miles clean title, $13,5000 OBO
_call 341-4869/434-0882

BF #324
2006 DODGE DURANGO
blue exterior, dark gray interior, AC, CD, 33k
miles clean title,°$13,5000 OBO call 341-
4869/434-0882

2004 HONDA ACCORD,
power everything, excellent, 84k miles, AC, CD
player, navigation, automatic, silver w/ black
interior, asking $10,500 ONO -
call 357-3359/677-4603

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2007 Jeep Commander,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
bank financing is available,
$20,500 ONO,










BBF #331

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2007 CHEVY AVALANCHE,

fully loaded, booming system, 22” chrome rims,
wy the works $39,000.

Call 328-3347 leave message.

BBF #332 ‘

: 2007 MONTE CARLO .
_clean title, white on white, 22” rims, 20k miles,
HID Lights, -CD Player, tints, willing to trade, free}
brand new TV 42” plasma with purchase,
serious inquires only, $15,500
bank financing for government workers
ph# 535-1702 / 395-3057



BBF #333

Owner leaving island

1998 Honda Legend,
excellent condition, cold AC, 6 Disc CD changer,

$3,500 Price for quick sale AND 1997 Nissan
Cetric, excellent running condition,
stereo set $2,900
393-5566

F #334
2000 HONDA ACCORD COUPE,
v tech, 20” rims, CD, AC, p/w, 4 spear rims,
everything in excellent condition .
$7,300. ONO
call 433-6689

2008 CHEVY COBALT,
just in from US, like new, new lights, AC, CD,
$10,800 ONO, no down payment for Atlantis and)
Government employees AND 2006 Sentra
$7,800 ONO call 432-1301



1997 HONDA ACCORD,
red exterior, grey interior, 2dr coupe, CD
Player, ac, sunroof, factory rims, excellent
condition, asking $3,800 OBO price
negotiable, serious inquires only ph# 394-
8962 /544-9122



1997 MERCEDES BENZ.
p/w, AC, tinted windows, good condition, $9,500
call 376-6212 serious inquires only tribune issue
72 040 10 days



BBF #339

BBF #338
2007 KIA OPTIMA,
_ good condition, low miles, $9,000 ONO
call 468-7535

; 2003 ACURA 3.2 TL,

. . gold, excellent condition, leather interior,
sunroof, CD changer, trip tonic, $8,500. OBO

call 434-0758



BBF #340
2008 CHEVY IMPALA,
brand new, in dash DVD player, remote start,
dual alarm system, heavily tinted, 2 12”
speakers, very clean, Christmas sale $14,000
call 423-8931/392-0494

2004 CHEVY MONTE CARLO,
great condition, yellow hid lights and fog lights,
$13,000 ono * ,

2005 TRAIL BLAZER,
$14,000 ONO charcoal gray, gray interior, p/w,
p/s, alarm, clean title, CD player, low mileage,
great condition, just serviced,
call 468-9732/454-8041







2007 CHEVY AVALANCHE,
fully loaded, booming system, 22” chrome rims,
~ the works $39,000.
Call 328-3347 leave message.

BBF #344

1998 CHEVY S 10,
good working condition,
$3,900 ONO F
Phone # 364-4591/424-7988

BBF #345
1998 HONDA.INSPIRE,
very low miles under 30,000, excellent condition
$4,900 willing to negotiate
call 427-3158/364-7841

BBF #346
2003 Nissan Maxima,
low mileage, AC, CD player, new crystal lights,
fresh paint, mint condition, $7,500 ONO No
down payment for °
Government.and Atlantis employees.
Call 432-1301

1998 YUKON TOUCH SCREEN, :
extra screens, sound system, 22” spinner rims,
HID BeOS: blue ext., gray leather int.
; $8,500. ONO:
Sr call 431-8839/434-5610/467-1 998






BBF #348 =
2001 HONDA CIVIC,
AC, CD, runs good, low miles,
Christmas Special $5,800 ONO
364-9339/465-5851

BBF #349
2003 JAGUAR
AC, CD, fully loaded, excellent condition,
$18,000
call 448-2425/326-6066

BBF #350
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
clean in/out, 22’ slim rims,$6,500 without rims
$8,000 w/rims, $1,500 for rims alone call 468-
5832/361-4809

BBF #351
1994 HONDA ACCORD,

AC, CD, automatic, 4 door, good running
condition, serious inquires only $3,500 ONO
AND 2007 Altima, sunroof, fully loaded, must

see $18,000. ONO
call 423-7794/325-5964/466-6323



Bor #352

2004 HONDA CIVIC,
2 agar clean inside and out, can’t beat this deal!
$7,300 ONO call 525-5745/423-1973

BBF #362
2003 MAXIMA,
Clean, AC, CD and tape player $7,500 ONO
financing available for government and hotel
workers Phone #376-5720

BBF #363
GREAT CITY CAR,

Excellent MPG, '99 Toyota, Very good condition,

drives like new, only 50k Miles, automatic
transmission, AC, Power steering, Power
-windows and mirrors, Electronic Display, ABS,
dual SRS airbag, CD player and sunroof
$5,850 ONO call 455-9940/302-9043

BBF #364 ns
1998 NISSAN ALTIMA,
good condition, $2,800. ONO
call 468-4123














BBF #365
2007 FORD F-150
cold AC, clean interior, less than 30k miles,
champagne, factory loaded$15,000-ONO call
558-1458/356-6385



BBF #367 ‘
aos 2000 HONDA ACCORD
white, tan interior, CD/DVD, sunroof, AC, clean
title, license until Sept: 2010; stick shift, ‘runs
perfect, Excellent condition, buy and drive,’
MUST SEE $6,200: Call 636-4794/361- -5316

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 5



BBF #375,
; 2002 Honda Civic,
stick shift $6,500 with rims, $5,500 without rims
call 361-6063/552-7056

BBF #6068

2004 Honda Accord,

22” rims, HID lights, fully loaded, 6 disc CD
changer, ice cold A/C, immaculate condition,
must see to appreciate, lets make a deal,
$11,500 without rims and $13,000 with rims
Call:1242-554-8420,
431-8547 or 326-2940

RIB # 004
- 2002 BUICK
Brown exterior, AC,.CD player.
An good working condition. ‘Needs minor work.
$1,000 ono
cell 556-1803

2006 DODGE CHARGER, SEDAN
white with black interior.
clean great condition, low mileage!! only 9 miles,
fully loaded.
Financial facilitation available:
Contact Mr. Blair 376-5573 or 341-2734
owner leaving island.

RIB #003

2004 FORD SPORTRAG
White exterior, black interior
4 door, running excellent, power windows, clean
interior, sunroof, ‘AC, CD player.
Fully loaded.
Owner leaving Island:

Asking $15,000.00 Call 448-1578



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2005 GMC YUKON DENALI XL
Dark green exterior, grey & brown interior
leather, bose sound system, DVD player,
83rd row seat, all chrome accessories, 22” rims &
‘rear back up camera.
Buyer win. $14,000.000n0
392-4667 535-2338

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2006 FORD MUSTANG
White exterior with brown interior, convertible
top, matching custom mustang rims. All chrome
accessories, extra clean and smooth
Buyer will be winnng no matter what.
$18,500.00 ono
Call 392-4667 or 535-2338

Yamaha Golf Cars.
Gas and electric available. NEW 2 person cars
starting at $7,270. Choose your options and
colors. Also available in 4, 6 and 8 passenger
cars. Call 393-0262

RIB #010
2000 BUICK LESABRE SEDAN
White exterior with grey interior. Clean spacious
& rides smooth. Very good an gas,
20” white rims. $6,500.00
Call 392-5259. or 565-8612

1999 HONDA ACCORD EX 3.2
Black exterior with grey interior, 2 door. ;
Leather seats, sunroof, AC, CD player and
Mp3, V6 engine halo projection lights. - °
Great running condition. $5,500.00
Call 324-1901 cell 424-2347

97 GMC YUKON FOR SALE
22’ Chrome Rims w/new tires,

Pwr Windows, Custom Grill, CD Player, Great
Running Condition, 4 stock rims included,
custom seats ONLY ASKING $6,800 O.N.O
Call: 323-0800 or 376-5400

RIB #016
1994 BMW 318
Black exterior with black interior
$4,500.00
CD player, AC.
Call 535-5758 or 436-1090

1999 BUICK CENTRUY
Tan exterior with tan interior.
Fairly good condition, cool AC,
clean running engne.
Asking $4,500.00 ono”.
Cell 434-7157 or 363-2000 ext 66538/7



RIB #020
1999 LEXUS GS 300
Black exterior with tan interior
$7,500.00 ono
Call 341-6972 cell 376-7723

: 2005 FORD FOCUS
. 2x4 from USA.Gold exterior, auto, AC, power
window/doors, 4 doors, airbags, 6 disc Cd

changer, 30K miles, keyless remote entry,very |

clean, license & inspection included. $5,999
361-7171,434-4182

FANS
RIB #033

2001 NISSAN SENTRA
Price ‘$4’500.00
- 1994 Lexus Es 300
Price $4’700.00
Serious Inquires Only Please
Call 362-1321 or 448-1422

RIB #063 :

1999 FORD TAURUS

3.0 v6, dark green, grey interior ,tinted windows
AC, CD player, sound system, DVD player &

power reverse mirror, needs
transmission. Asking $3,500.00 with
transmission & $2,500 without. Must see to
appreciate.
393-1653,433-6743,362-4271 ext 6203












RIB #065
2002 HONDA CIVIC
White exterior with grey interior, $9,800.00,ono
Right hand drive. Fully loaded.
1999 HONDA CIVIC
$6,900.00
Call 394-8431 or 393-1753 or. 424-5175

IB #074
2001 CHEVY SILVARDO 1500,
ext cab, flare side, lowered, sound system, a/c,
22"rims, gold ext black int, fiber glass lift back,
4.8-V8, k&n
filter, chrome accessorys, nice truck to much to
list good condition
$9,999.99 obo #454-5219

RIB #076
2000 FORD TAURUS
Gold exterior.with grey interior, 4 door ,
Vehicle is in great condition, new radiator, new
water pump, cold AC, well kept, very clean, and
runs nice and smooth. $4,500.00. ono
Call 356-2916 cell 431-5835

RIB #077
2007 CHEVY 4X4 COLORADO
Gold exterior. $26,000.00
Call 364-2491 cell 456-8787

RIB #078
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY
Red exterior with grey interior 4 door $20,00.00
Only 50k miles, very reliable, very fuel efficient
Also 2003 CADILLAC DEVILLE
$8,000.00 ono
392-2082 cell 427-9042

RIB #079 ;
1998 ALTIMA
Black exterior with dark interior,18” rims
$3,800.00 ono
Call 324-8405 cell 544-1995

2002 NISSAN GLORIA
(RHD INFINITI - M)

Silver exterior with grey interior. $9,400.00 obo
Intuitive LCD display spacious interior,
powerful engine
Well balanced executive car.

Call 468-8419

1996 NISSAN PRESEA
Grey exterior with blue interior
: $2,500.00
: Good condition
call 394-8642 or 468-6293





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RIB #084
1994 HONDA INTERGRA
Grey exterior with grey interior, 2 door.
$3,000.00 neg ,
Auto transmission, AC cold
Excellent driving condition, right hand drive. Call
558-9963.

RIB #087 .

XMAS SPECIAL 99 FORD F-150
Standard shift, extended back, white with blue
interior, needs engine repair. Asking $3,000.00

: 1993 LEXUS GS-300.
Running, needs spray, leather int, AC, CD
Asking $2,000.00 Owner leaving town,
This special wont last. 636-0624

TOYOTA WINDOM.
Asking $3000. ‘
Call 361-5484 or 455-0795.

1996 JAPAN TOYOTA AVALON
Green, exterior. $3,800.00

1996 TOYOTA COROLLA
Running well. Good condition
- $2,800.00
Call 393-5517 cell 432-8174

2005 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver exteror with charcoal black leather interior,
4 door. Six disc CD changer, AC, sunroof
Only 20,000 miles , very clean
$12000.00 ono
Call 456-4298

1994 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with tan interior
$3,500.00 :
2 door, great body, runs good and lic until 2010
Call 456-0964

TNT

2001 GMC YUKON XL
Grey exterior with grey interior
$18,000.00 ono. 22” chrome rims: Excellent
condition, running good, chrome accessories.
Call 454-4530 or 341-8119

RIB #095
2000 BMW 323Cl
Black exterior with tan/leather interior, clean,
excellent condition, one owner, 5 CD changer, 5
speed , 2 door sport
$7,500 obo
call 362-2812 cell 525-0559 or 328-4826

2003 G35 INFINTI COUPE
Freshly painted red exterior with black
leather interior, 22 inch chrome rims,
Red neon under lights, remote start with
pager alarm, recently serviced
license & inspected until July 2010,
Bank certified, fully loaded, A real show
stopper. Values $20,000.00
asking $18,000.00 neg

call 427-2125 or 326-2579

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RIB #098 :
1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VAN
Broen exterior, AC, good condition
$3,500.00
Call 325-9185 cell 456-8584

RIB #100
1998 DAEWOO CIELO
Black & blue , white/blue. $2,000.00 ~
Features power windows & doors, AC, custom
paint( int & ext) solid condition.
call 242-361-8491 or 242-544-7408

RIB #101
1993 NISSAN SENTRA
Orange/blue. Features custom paint(inter & ext)
AC, sound system, stick shift, well maintained.
$2,500.00 ono
call 242-361-8491 or 242-544-7408 or
242-426-0774

1992 FORD B700 BUS FOR SALE
By owner. Asking $8,500, price
negotiable.
Tel# 3771149 Wright

2008 Dodge Charger .
Clean title. 4000 miles, black interior
A/C, CD player, very clean, must see to
. appreciate
$24,000.00 559-7246

2005 Buick Le Sabre é

Leather interior, Chrome rims fully loaded
A/C, CD, 19,000 miles
$8,500.00 559-7246



2s.
RIB #108
2003 CHEVY TAHOE
Black exterior with tan/grey leather interior,
sunroof, AC, power windows/doors,
alarm system, 22” rims,CD
(Owner leaving island.) $8,500.00
Call 363-2000 ext 65637 cell 429-1052

RIB #110
1994 BUICK LESABRE
Tan exterior with tan interior, 4 door
AC, tape, 4 door. Asking $3,000.00
1997 ACCORD AC, CD, sunroof.
Asking $4,000.00
call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

2004 HONDA ACCORD
Blue pearl exterior with greyinterior factory
wheels, very clean in & out $43,000 miles with a
2007 front end $12,000.00 ono
call 394-3436 cell 465-9609

2001 CHEVY CAVILIER
White exterior with grey interior
$4,000.00 ono
Recently services, good condition
Call 364-7095 cell 448-5710

RIB #116
1994 HONDA INTEGRA

Grey exterior with black and grey interior

Good condition.
‘Call 393-1987 or 431-0649







RIB #118
1998-1999 MERCEDES BENZ
White exterior with tan interior
Power windows, sunroof, 4 door, goad rideand
excellent condition. $14,000.00
Serious inquiries only. Cell 565-9758

FOR SALE 2003 MAZDA MPV
SPORT MINIVAN
Mica black exterior, excellent conditions single
owner, cargo roof rack, 45000 miles, tinted
windows, impecable grey interior, new tires,
alloy rims, fuel efficient- great .66,900.00
call (786)269-3463 Angelica Urbina

RIB #120
2005 FORD TAURUS SE
Candy grey exterior with grey interior
$7,000.00
AC, DVD six disc, CD changer, clean title.
Call 361-5253 or 465-4245

RI 25
.2001 TOYOTA BB ;

Black exterior, black interior. Scion x.b(RHD
Economic (35 mpg), 17” chrome rims. v.i.p lip kit
boost control, cd player, ac, very clean in & out.
Makes excellent work van. Will remave kit and

rims & lower price. $7,500.00
Call 324-6096 454-6553

RI
1995 NISSAN SKYLINE 25GTS
Grey/black with grey interior. RB25DET engine,
greedy intake 90mm throttle boby, 4 core
radiator & intercooler, race seats, supec AFC,
Alpine system, 3” exhaust, body kit.
- Call for price.
424-5768 cell 467-9645

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RIB #128
2006 DODGE CHARGER (Pearl Blue)

Clean title; low miles; 22” rims; dual cat-back
performance exhaust; Panasonic sound system;
two 12” subwoffers; custom made shift knob;
LED blue fog lights:

Must see to appreciate!
$24,000.00 ONO; Call: 376-1537

RIB #129
1996 TOYOTA AVALON
Green exterior with tan interior. Power
windows, CD, AC. very clean $4,300.00
call 323-7955 cell
466-0394 or 466-0393

RIB #135 :
1997 HONDA CIVIC
$3000.00
Good working condition.
Call 393-4637 after 69m
Cell 436-5187

RIB #137
1999 BUICK CENTURY
Black exteror with tan leather interior $3,500.00
Call 361-7722 cell 427-7092

RIB #140 c
2003 HONDA LEGEND SEDAN
Dark blue exterior with dark grey interior,

6 disc CD changer, leather seats, AC, in dash
DVD screen, runs perfect, 18” rims RHD
$7,500.00
Call 552-3608 or 535-9464

RIB #144
2009 FORD ESCAPE
Red exterior with Tan interior, 4 door automatic,
fully loaded with CD & MP3 ready, power
windows/locks, extra clean, like new
$28,500.00. ono
Cell 454-1335 new

2007 FORD EXPEDITION
Pearl white exterior with black leather
interior

$25,000.00 ‘
Call 394-6494 cell 429-5344

RIB #150 s
2005 CHEVROLET COLORADO
White exterior with tan interior .

Just in from the US, clean title, low miles, AC,
leather interior, like new, runs good.
-$11,500.00 ono
4 cylinder engine.

Call 341-1124 cell 477-3206 or
395-1878

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1996 FORD MUSTANG GT, COUPE
Black exterior, with grey interior.
$3,800.00 obo. No reasonable offer refused.
Call 376-3308

RIB #154 :
2002 NISSAN SENTRA
burgundy exterior, 4 door, AC, power windows,
power locks, spoiler. Excellent condition
$5,000.00 obo
Call 502-7311 or 466-7674



RIB #156
2004 NISSAN SENTRA

Chamagne exxterior with grey interior
$6,800.00 ono Fully loaded.
Cell 436-3554

RIB #157

1999 FORD F-150
Champagne exterior with tan interior
$9,500.00 ono
Fully loaded, clean title, Just arrive,
Cell 436-3554

RIB #159
2003 GMC ENVOY
Smoke exterior with grey interior
$7,000.00 obo
Reliable and strong, chrome grill.
Cell 565-1387

2008 GMC
White exterior. $35,000.00 ono
Fully loaded Z71 4x4 low mile. Just like new.
Call 363-1283

2004 HONDA CIVIC
$7,500.00
Power everything, sunroof
Call 363-1283 cell 424-2844







TRIB #163

1998 OLDSMOBILE REGENCY
White exterior. Leather interior, engine in
great condition. A great buy, will paint and

_tint for a serious buyer.
cell 465-5181

RIB #165
- 2004 DODGE NEON
Red exterior with black interior

Parts maxima, Buick Impala, radiators fan.

call 454-7111

RIB #166 . ee
1997 NISSAN SKYLINE
Black. exterior with black & grey interior
Interior & exterior neon, exhaust, system set,
sunroof. Must see. $5,500.00 ono
Owning leaving the Island, loud exhaust.
Call 364-3554 cell 429-4524

RIB #174
2000 NISSAN ALTIMA .
Grey exterior with brown interior
$3,000.00 obo :
Needs head job, but car in good condition.
Call 454-6849



TRIB #175

. 2000 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with black/leather interior, sunroof,
and sound sysstem. Car in excellent running
condition willing to negotiable with serious
: buyer. cell 432-5490

RIB #176
2005 FORD ESCORT
Mini SUV. Blue exterior, grey interior, well
maintained, expat owner, new tint, good a/c,
standard trans. Excellent condition.
$12,000.00
Phone 422-4027

IB #182 , :
2001 DODGE RAM 1500
Red exterior., tan interior. New condition,
47K miles, 5.2L, 5 speed, fully customized.
$9,900 ONO
1998 RAM SS/T
great condition, 114K miles, 5.9L auto rare truck,
white w/blue stripes. $5,8000no0

call 565-8082

2003 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE,
black leather interior
$7000.00.
Also inquire about importing your own choice of
vehicle from the US.
565-8612 or 3925259 .

2003 FORD F-250
full 4 door 5.4 V8 sunroof 6disc c/d
changer 38.5 tires
10' lift, 4+4 stick shift,color back up
camera,train horn, k&n filter, flo
masters, huge dual
muffler tips, extended door
mirrors,door steps,
paint on bed finer, window visors to
much to list. this is the frist monster
truck on the island great for the
out doors
hauling boats etc.$23,000.00 obo
serious inquires only no dreamers
#454-5219.



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TRIB #854



RIB #686
, silver 2004 Lexus ES300
Special. Edition
platinum silver exterior, black interior
tv,navigation,cd player,Hid lights,Fogs,
traction control,electronic rear curtain,
front, side, and rear curtain airbags.
Never in Accident, Clean Title
$15,000
324-6096 454-6553

2001 DODGE RAM
Red exterior., tan interior

New condition,

47K miles, 5.2L,

5 speed, fully customized. $10,200
1998 RAM
SS/T great condition, 114K miles, 5.9L auto rare truck,
white w/blue stripes. $7,000 prices negotiable

call 565-8082

1998 320! BMW
Good condition. Silver exterior
Asking $6,000.00 ono
Call 434-4517

: 1997 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior, 2 door CD, AC,
Automatic, 2 door, sunroof. 5
Asking $4,000.00
1997 HONDA ACCORD, 2 door, AC, CD |
automatic. sunroof $4,000.00. 94 Buick lesabre
$3,500.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

4899 HONDA ACCORD
Tan exterior with tan interior, 4 door, AC, CD
Asking $6,000.00 ono
41889 HONDA ACCORD
fully ioaded, AG, CD. automatic $7,000.00

Cali 364-3691 ceil 557-1205

RIB #856
1997 HONDA PASSPORT JEEP
NEEDS NEW TRANSMISSION!
Great for parts. Body and interior in
excellent condition: Engine starts and runs.
REDUCED TO $2000. Priced to sell.
376-6264

TRIB #86

2000 FORD F-150 LIGHTNING
Limited Edition. Black exterior,
black and grey interior. $8,500.ono
Fast truck, many mods,v8, 5.4] super charged
engine, 18” rims, must see to appreciate.
Call 364-3258 cell 376-4947

RIB #867
-1996 R33 NISSAN SKYLINE GTS-T
rb25 turbo,Hks intercooler, Hks downpipe, Top
Secret Ecu, uppipe, decat,
intake, exhaust, adjustable suspension,LSD, 18
INCH RIM, CD player
and more...just arrived, very clean & fast
8,500
324-6096 454-6553

1999 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with tan interior
$6,000.00
AC cold/runs like fresh of the lot. New paint,
great on gas, In from US
Call 456-0542 or 465-7094



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2007 FORD F-150
White exterior double cab. $21,000.00
2006 FORD ESCAPE
Grey exterior, automtic, clean title
$16,000.00 abo Must go, fully powered
Al condition.
Cell 477-3125 <









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RIB #879 :
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Green ext, tan int, 4-dr, alarm, power, small
sound set, over 200 songs, service by NMC,
clean title, automatic, excellent running, very
good condition. $6,200 ono.
422-6762/361-7524+

RIB #889
1999 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
Titanium exterior with beige interior, DVD, CD
player, DVD player in back seat. $11,500.00
extended cab, tinted, 20” rims,
- 2 Fifteen inch speakers two amps sound
system $10,500.00 w/o system
434-4892 or 424-6443

76 FORD DUMP TRUCK
10 speed cumminns
1986 FORD BACHOE755-A
$18,000.00
cell 466-0162 or 327-1477

RIB #892
2008 FORD ESCAPE JEEP
Tan exterior with beige interior, 4 door
automatic, fully loaded, power windows/lccks,
extra clean, new. $27,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries only.
call 341-8221 or 457-1303 or 361-6758



RIB #893
2002 FORD F-150 TRUCK
White exterior grey interior. Automatic, manual
windows locks, 6 cyclinder, air conditioned
AM/FM, CD player. $9,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries only
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758



CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix -

2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition low miles $7,200
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241

2006 CHRYSTER 300
Grey exterior with grey interior. Limited edition,
leather seats, very good condition, Willing seller
Asking $20,000.00 ono. Nice christmas gift
Car in Freeport, shipping free anywhere in the
Bahams. Call 361-3136 cell 434-4517
emerickj @ hotmail.com

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RIB #920
2004 HONDA ACCORD EX
White exterior with tan interior. $12000.00 ono
Just in from the US. Extra clean, 6 disc CD
changer, factory alloys wheels, AC, sunroof, pwr
windows, locks, keyless entry, full tank of gas.
361-0029, 455-5564

RIB #926
; 2005 INFINITI G35
Pearl white exterior with tan interior
chrome rims, low miles, Must go, leather seats,
: fully loaded. $19,000.00
Call 393-0814 cell 525-6453 or 225-1475

: SSS
RIB #929

1998 FORD F-150
w/2006 FACTORY FORD ENGINE
completely customize, int, ext & suspension.
Complete flowmasters, w/4”pipes & much more.
$8,500.00. Fin avail, $2,500 down
Call 395-0183, 24/7. For more info & pics
dawkinsauto @ hotmail.com



RIB #931
1992 TOYOTA WINDOM
Green exterior with dark grey interior. $2,400.00
obo. Running .
1996GT MUSTANG
manual. $15,000.00 ono
Like brand new, AC, CD rims, etc

Call 423-7695

RIB. #938 :
2004 Chevy Tahoe 271
Fully loaded, Sunroof, 3rd row seats, Leather,
factory DVD system, 22" wheels. .
$15,000.00 ONO.
Call 324-3440(hm) or 454-2285 (cell)

19995 TOYOTA SUPRA
White exterior with black/grey interior sport
$8,500.00 ono Standard shift, AC, CD,
costomised muffler, Very fast.
Call 424-0102

RIB #942
-1998 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Black exterior with tan leather interior
$9,000.00 obo
Good running condition, 22 inch rims, sound
system included.
Cell 677-5565 or 434-6410 or 433-1324



RIB #945
1996 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Gold exterior with beige/leather interior.
$2800.00
Clean in and out, AC, power everything.,
leather seats, Great car.
Cell 426-4426 or





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RIB #956
2002 DODGE INTERPED
White exterior with grey interior
Sold as is. $5,500.00 ono
Call 393-0837 or 454-3591

RIB #957 :
2007 HONDA FIT
Grey exterior, black interior.
: $13,000.00
Phone 393-6208

RIB #970
2000 FORD EXPLORER
Beige exterior with pearl cream interior ,CD
player, AC, good running condition, clean inside
& out, 2 door. Tne owner is leaving the island,
you have to see it to appreciate.
All for an affortable price.
Call 323-0420 or 525-2852



RIB #977
2005 MITSUBISHI GALANT
Great condition, fully loaded clean title, great
fuel economy. 26mpg. $13,900.00
1999 FORD TAURUS SE _—
Fully loaded, good condition, automatic
: $3,500.00
call 324-8030 or 436-6661

2005 Hummer H2.
No stories on this one. Fully loaded white with
black interoir and only 42,000 miles.
Only asking $51,000.00
Phone 361-0000 or 424-0035



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1998 BMW 528i.

Fully loaded and ready for a new owner. Dark
green with tan leather interior and only 42,000
miles. . Priced for a quick sale @ 8,300.00.
Please call 361-0000 or 424-0035.

‘93 SEVILLE STS.

42000 MILES. 4.6 NORTHSTAR ENGINE.
LEATHER. YEAR OLD PEARL PAINT.
$3500 ONO

. 324 1233. 9a-5p

For Sale 30' 1993 Grady.White
Yamaha 250hp 4-stroke engines, 100 hours.
New steering, new autopilot, Garmin 188C

GPS/Depth/Fish Finder, é
AM-FM Stereo XM, Refrigerator, stove, gas
grill, deck chairs, all safety equipment.
Coral Harbour. $74,900.
357-9107c 362-1360h

2005 Toyota Thundra-$19,000
1998 Nissan Maxima-$5,000
1998 Honda Accord-$7,000(standard shift)
Ph: 454-2339

CHEVY 1500,
Clean in and out, a/c, c/d player . Runs
excellent, very reliable. PH: 432-9478

2006 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT
Silver exterior, grey interior, sedan,
automatic, a/c, cd player,sunroof,
factory rims, clean title, banking
assistance available for qualified
persons. Serious inquries only please.
$18,700 ono. 2 to choose from.
Black & silver.

Phone 364-1306,434-6279,636-6859

2001 NISSAN SENTRA
Silver exterior, 4 door, AC, power
locks, power windows, spoiler
Excellent engine
$5,000.00 obo

Call 393-2314

RIB #005 2
1995 39°HATTERAS
Twin 671 Detroit diesels
8 kw onam generato:
Priced reduced.
Call 357-4261

BBF #372
2004 Acura 3.5 RL
leather seats, touch screen, navigation, fully
loaded, excellent running condition,
$13,000 ONO call 324-4356



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2000 BEACH CATAMARAN
With brand new 250 four stroke Yamaha, lic to
carry 30 + passengers. Good for harbour tours
and snokeling. $40,000.00 ono
Call 363-1283 cell 424-2844

RIB #131
BOSTON WHALER REVENGE
22’ good condition. Twin Johnson,
1991 - 150hp.
$15,500.00
Call for info, or view, 393-3939.
Please leave message.

BBF #371 :
1997 HONDA ACCORD,
AC, alarm, tints, 4 door, good condition, owner
leaving island. $3,300
call 565-2390/445-0863

2002 Ford Taurus-$6,000
2000 Ford Taurus-$5,500
2000 Ford Windstar-$6,500 ©
2001 Honda Odyssey-
$8,000
Ph: 454-2339

2006 LEXUS IS 250
Red exterior with tan interior
$32,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, leather seats,
sunroof,

20” rims, power everything.
Call 454-1915 or 565-8386

2003 SEA FOX 23’ CENTER CONSOLE
Very well maintained boat. ‘many new parts and
extras, low hours. Comes with trailer,
twin mercury 9O0hp engines
$21,000 ono
call 327-8379 or 376-1457

SOT

RIB #87
36' TROJAN TRICABIN 1982
Twin t6.35 Perkins diesel 8k Luger gen. A/C.
Reduced $33,000 obo.
Phone 424-0370







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2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White on white. $60,000.00 obo
‘Serial # 2204152431/2204158263
Serious inquires only.

Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

TRIB 912
1978 HATTERAS 37' Convertible..

New Eisenglass. New Bimini top. New Garmin GPS.
Auto pilot, VHF radio, color depth & fish finder. Twin
Detroit Diesel 450 hp. Cruise 20 kts, 8kw Northern
Lights Generator. Contact Glenn Pritchard,

$75,000 obo ;
359-2932, 324-4553 or 361-3000

RIB #080
2003 KAWASAKI 636 BLACK
Serious inquiries please. Great bike,
need a loving owner.
call 426-6455

RIB #852
2007 HONDA 650 XRL
Red and white trail motor bike
fully chrome and customize, low street tires
Asking 7,500.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

IBBF #319
YAMAHA 660 RAPTOR,
new tires competition system, Clean and fast,
asking $4,000 ONO
ph# 464-1483 / 328-4733

1999 Wellcraft 19ft 190 Sportfisher,

‘ Recently serviced and bottom painted. Many
new parts. 150 HP Mariner Engine with
315 hours. VHF radio, Bimini Top, front

floatation cushion, ropes, fenders and 2no
lifevests. $12,000 ONO.
Expat leaving Island.
Call 424-7291

NEW Yamaha VX700 Wave Runner
Includes (2) Two Life Vests. Cash sale
price $8,200.00
Call 393-0262.

2007 YAMAHA R6
Candy blue, with everything possible
chrome, power commander, headers, big break
lines and discs. Very fast and good looking.
Priced for quick sale. $7000.00 ono
392-4667 ,535-2338

B #149
2005 VESP A 200
Ventage green with granturism. A beautiful bike
with great speed when you need it.
Metal not plastic. $4,200.00
Call 361-6625 cell 556-4365 or 557-2886

“RIB #009-F ‘

NEW Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
Dependable Transportation. 4 stroke engine is
~ very quiet and fuel efficient. Inexpensive to

operate and you won't get stuck in traffic.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price is slashed to $2,095.00
393-0262.

TRIB #123,
1989 34FT WELLCRAFT
With & blue with twin evinrude 225 ocean pro,
forward cabin center console, fuel cap. 300 gal
Boat is turn key ready. ©
Come and see excellent condition.
Call 325-0837 or 395-2347

RIB #993
2000 FIART MARE 40’
White on white. $90,000.00 obo
CAT 3126 420 HP
Serial #65R 007 861/65R 00789
needa Hull. Serious enquires only.
all 363-2084 cell 424-3452

2008 HONDA CRF 250 R
, $6,500.00
Immaculate condition, four stroke
very fast, garage kept.
Call Ricky 359-0179

IBBF #296
Male and Female Cruisers for $200,
12” bikes $85., 16” bikes $115, 20” female bikes
$150, parts and accessories
ph# 552-3497 / 448-0012 /361-7382

RIB #009-A
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle
125cc 4 Stroke engine, Great quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a great price.
Cash Sale price reduced from $2,500.00.
New Cash price slashed to $,2300.00!!
393-0262.



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RIB #950
For sale: 2000 40ft Ocean Sport Fish
Twin’ 420 HP Cats only 700hrs, fast and
efficient, Ultimate fishing machine with two
staterooms, fully-equipped electronics,
yenerator and watermaker,
Must see. 457-1620

RIB #009-C : . oe,

BOAT TRAILERS FROM 12FT TO 40FT.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Best prices in town.
We also carry utility and watercraft trailers.
Tel: 393-0262.

37
2008 HONDA CRF 150 R
4,500.00
Immaculate condition, four stroke, junior bike
garage kept.
Call Ricky 359-0179

2007 HONDA BAJA
125, asking $13,000 ONO
ph# 326-1683 / 468-3297

NEW Yamaha “Crypton” Scooter
105cc four stroke engine.Extremely fuel
efficient.

Beat the traffic and get around town fast!
Ride all week and use only $3 gas!!!
Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to

$1,895.00 ;
TEL: (242) 393-0262



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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 13



HIGH PROFORMANCE
TIRES
Starting at $189.00 size
_ 245/35/20
call for sizes.

HID LIGHTS
$170.00
Call for prices on sizes
not listed.
~ Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618

20” RIMS FOR SALE,
TIS 22 INCH CHROME RIMS & TIRES.
Almost in new condition, price negotiable,
Also 18” factory Ford & Lincoln rims.
$500.00 ono
call 395-8447 cell 327-7120

2005 CHEVY SUV EQUINOX
white exterior. $12,000.00 ono
Lots of household items
Please call 364-7834 or 544-2037
Owner moving off the Island.

Tes.
Low profile tires for sale, Neniepa.t Kuhmo, Falken,

215-35-18

Nexxen, Spectre,
$135

225-40-18

BBF #373 :
ACER LAPTOPS
for sale includes web cam and DVD burner
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: $499.99!!

Toshiba Laptop Chiletrias Giveaway
Special: =."

Comes with Windows Live 7. CD/DVD RW.
GHZ. 2GB Ram. 160/250 GB Hard Drive. WIFI.
Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Wa orty: puppies

are Limited. Price: $529.9!
Call 323.6315 / 467-41 6.

BBF #366
BRAND NEW 32” LCD FLAT SCREEN TV
$675.00 and Brand new Nintendo Wii $30
0. Call 455-3495/361-5519
tribune issue 72 052 10 days

_ Call For specs: Starting price $599.99 Limited

$135
$199
$335
$199
$199
$285
$275
$365
$199
$275 es
$275 2009 SET OF 22” F5 RIMS WITH TIRES
Chrome, 3 new 1 fairly used, 5 hole universal

Only 4 months old. $1900.00 obo

Also 3058/40/22 tire for sale
Brand new. $250.00 Cell 426-4426

double size ad 1

HP LAPTOP RECESSION SPECIAL
(Newest Models): Includes 2GB RAM; 2 GHZ;
250 GB Hard Drive; WIFI; CD/DVD RW;
Windows Vista; Anti- Virus. 1 Year Warranty
Included. Supplies are limited. Price: $549.99
Call PH at 323.6315 / 467.4146.

DELL VOSTRO CHRISTMAS SPECIAL:
Includes 1GB Ram; 160GB HD; WIFI; 3 in 1 PCI
Card Slot; Memory Card Reader; Windows
Vista; CD/DVD RW; Anti Virus. 1 Year
Warranty. Supplies are limited. Call 323.6315 /
467.4146

a SSTRIB 1 #139
“NEW HP DESKTOP AND MINI LAPTOP
Windows Xp
_160gb hard drive &1 gb of ram, 17 inch Led
*. Monitors & wireless Router included
Loaded with Microsoft Office and Virus
Protection. $450.00
Call 466-8523 or 322-2684

Dell Optiplex GX240 desktops,
Pentium 4 2.8 40GB, hard drive, CDrom,
512MB, 19” flat Panel monitor with windows XP
‘games and other software $399.

Call 393-4408 for details

RIB #962
COMPAQ (HP BRAND) 15 INCH LAPTOP ~
NEWEST MODELS
Compag Laptops come with: 2GB Ram; 160 GB
Hard Drive; Pentium 2.0GHz; CD/DVD RW;
Windows Vista; Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
Recession Special Price: $499.99. Limited
‘Supplies. Call 323.6315 / 467-4146.

IRIB #958
Dell Zino / Vostro Laptops Special:
Includes Zino / Tower; Monitor; Mouse;
Keyboard. Speakers NOT included; Anti Virus.

Stock. Call 323.6315 / 467.4146.

TWIN CESSNA
“SKYMASTER?” 337
Bargain $60;000.00
(or half share $30,000.00)
call 327-8866

Cd to remove passwords
on laptops and desktops
call for more information
393-4408

RIB #961
BRAND NEW HP & DELL MINI LAPTOPS:
Recession Special. 1GB RAM; 160GB Hard
Drive; Windows XP; WEBCAM; WIFI. Supplies
are limited. FULL 1 Year Warranty. Call PH at
323.6315 / 467.4146. Office Hours 8am-6pm.
Price: $399.

TRIB #95

DELL INSPIRON LAPTOP RECESSION
SPECIAL: 2GB Ram;.160 GB Hard Drive;
Pentium 2.0Ghz; CD/DVD RW; Windows Vista;
WIFI; Anti Virus. 1. Year Warranty. Price:
$499.99, Add color for $50.00. LAY-AWAY
Available. Limited Supplies: Call #323.6315 /
4 6.

RIB #8
COMPUTER FAST & ELEGANT IMAC
1 GHZ, wide screen 17” 160 HD, like new
Call 393-4767(6-9)
macimac @fastem.com





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#289 MARKET st SOUTH « PO BOX N-7984, NASSAU

THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM

PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
. WEDDINGSe FUNERALS*HOMESe CARS
Just call the numbers listed, . Earle Francis §.P.
lll personally handle your request. Pastor

(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
“Come and Worship.”

ny hot summer day with
freshing PINEAPPLE

FRUIT BOUQUET
Place Ee toda 394- ene

| Advanced Family Wiedicine |
Center & Medispa

acne,
* dark marks ,
& dull aged skin

Wicraderatsiaion
+Chemical Peel,
+Prescription strength
326-4122 Medication =
Shirley SE Mon-Sat

20 min HIV restine Saliva test

20 min Drag Screen

(Cocaine & Marijuana’ urine test)
326-111]

Mon-Friday:9-6; Sat:10-5

#149 Shirley: St: ‘Copp... -Doctor’s

hospital Parking lot,

WWW.m aeiere ia

*Bra Sets

[+ Thongs, G’s, Boyshorts
*Babydolls/Chemises

i* Camisole Sets -
i * Bustier / Corset Sets
‘*Lingerie Costumes

*Girl’s wet Out Parties *Bacheloreite Parties §
SLi erie Baskets °

MEETING ROOMS

Refreshment Services Available :
Ample Parking Up to 30 :
Delightful garden setting persons :

ORCHARD GARDEN HOTEL
Vilage Road
Tel:393-1297 Fax 394-3562

- E-mail:orchardhotelbahamas @ gmail.com
www.orchardhotelbahamas.com

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Telephone (242)364-6211 - 557-2530

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An early literacy system. for babies, toddlers and
Preecvoclers

“Authorized Distributor
Sherle Knowles
_ Phone: 393-8478
or 380-8023
babiescanread@ hotmail. com

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LADIES DO YOU WANT THICKER,LONGER AND FULLER

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L EV E L I + z INSTANTLY? Ti te NEW UNDETECTABLE
TUESD. AY + THURSDAY hair extension for balding and thinning hair. fi ? &
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BEGINNING JUNE 5TH TO MARCH 5TH 2009
INTERNET BY THE HOUR AVAILABLE

Hair regrowth treatment for balding, thinning and hair breakage.
100% remy human hair for sale

Call today for a FREE treatment!
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT, 455- 8856







ACCEPT CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS ok Sump ki ry
FOR YOUR BUSINESS Bouncing Castles... .. ccereceraee ROO For all your Holiday Pany
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Cold or Hot Meat Lovers, anid

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Tel: 225-3533/361-6298 -
NO BANKS INVOLVED!! .
















Devo Designs
Sen ag een aes
- We Screen Print for ary
occassion
We also make custom
im (ola te ate Laendtog a)
We're located on Wulff & Kemp Road
393-6886 or
eddevodesignsG@gmali.com

GRAY’S SCAFFOLDING & TOOL RENTAL

aye
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« Scaffolds “9
¢ Wet Saws Nig.

¢ Jack Hammers
SOREN ee Sarre e Concrete Mixers etc.
$10.00 per day
P.O. Box SB-50090 Tel.: (242) 392-4721
Nassau, Bahamas Cel: (242) 436-9311

RICKEY’S PURIFICATION SYSTEMS
Telephone: 877-4995, 454-7675

The All New Solar Air condition : ;
From 12,000 BTU to 42,000 BTU . 590.00

ave up to 70% on our air condition bill guarantee . ‘ neo li Miia ee.\ 4

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Phone: (242) BETIS
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Bi anrnsmeiare AE apann : We also carry the Solar Fridge and Freezer

From, 90 liter to 380 liter
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Tickets
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Gall or Text 4 Sizes & Colours

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TEL/FAX:(242) 341-7909 OR (242)468-5730 ‘
Carmichael Rd.

lt is the only nianitacture
who was permitted to

S produce medical Device
Wood Vinegar Plaster in
China.
CE Technical Documentation
Soothes Tired, Aching &
Swoollen feet and knees;
Improves: Circulation:
Removes. Toxins, a

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100% Natural Ingredients

Ex clusive D istribute '
393-5157, 448 0681

Angent Chinese Secret |
Chinese herbal healthcare food supplements. Good for:

¢ High cholesterol triglyceride * weight loss management
e Improve liver & kidney ¢ High blood sugar,
high blood pressure ¢ Anti-diabetes
e Arthritis, soothes tired, aching and swollen feet, knees
¢ Mend damage to the immune system;
e Enhance the effect of chemotherapy & radiation. theropy, etc

100% Natural ingredients. -
Call 393-5157 or 448-0681 Reyouth Biotech

Online consignment store, buyer and dealer of quality used-items at the “Best Price in Town“

EASY AS 1-2-3 CASH SALES. SELL anything online. Used furniture, clothing, vehicles, fashion accessories

Request photos by Email: bahamasargain
chu i Cera, com

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“Be B CoyP2 SOD SE ;

"Confetti Party Su

Specializing in Children’s Party Themes
Clean Bouncing Castle Guaranteed!!

Baby Shower Centerpieces
Professional Bows & Balloons

Phi: 341-0935 (423-8831
_Cowpen Rd and Silver Gates Drive

ALL ABOUT ELEGANCE

We rent chair covers, .tie -backs,
table cloths, overlays & dinner
napkins for all
occasions
Tel: 558-5664, 477-6443 or
456-9979 ‘
allaboutelegance @ ymail.com “Creating Beautiful Memories”





Is Business Moving at a Snail’ Pace? |
Let Us Help You:

aut Bamsly, Bricaseds, Weadiss wea, Chiklresa. ‘
. and your

5,000 Business Cards $375
5,000 Flyers 4” x 6” $450
(Full Color, Two Sided, UV Coated)

MUSICAL PHOTO MOVIE DVO STARTER PACKAGE (both) $700

GUIS sto Cis] oo Ui Gas
GREG @325-8195/395-3560
or gregm@coralwave.com

CALL: 466-3808
361-7077).

We also offer: Financial Statements, Business Plans & More

Bahamian, Caribbean & International Flags
FLAGS FOR EVERYWHERE & EVERYTHING

The LARGEST source of flag poles,
pennants and souvenir items, |
U.S. Visa Applications - Pin Cards -
~ Appointments
Custom Flags, Sports Flags.
Toll Free: 242-225-9555
Tel: 328-0360
Tel:(242)328-8250 |
‘Now located: 5th Terrace East,
stairs Tropical Exterminator Bldg.
x PO Box N7074 |

Radtech Amusement & Gaming Co. Ltd

30 Years experience in the
Wlindomeche Top business

RO. Sox N-S4F ~RRaae: (243) 264-3832
“Nassau, Sghamas ‘ Cah: {242} ABT-BBS4
E-mall sadtech Wo: Sralwave. COCR

"Beat the Xmas | Rush i
UPHOLSTERY

Front room Sets from $389.00
Dining Sets from $15.00
Cars, Boats, Headliners
“We make old Furniture Look New!

Tel: 341-1125 or 432-2519
_Carmichae! Road

Re Nassau, Bahamas ]{&
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Deron: McPhee

CLEANING SPECIALIST

“| will get your Carpet, Tiles, Upholstery
and Windows bubbly clean and fresh!

Tel: 323-5323 ° Cell: 426-6026 ¢ Fax: 325-2367

Email: comp. cleaners @ hotmail.com
P.O.Box Box N-' 97133 EeyeOne ole!

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Driven for Dependability

---- Telephone ----
323- -8427. (Sales) OR 326-6380

(Rentals) Visit our site:
www.avis.com.bs/preownedvehicles.hml

wwwhealthylivingochamas.com

322-3791.





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SYP SRUECTION

TELERMOMB: BAB-BESE1886 ExT. Gs OR SOeS+s35

SARGENT'S SECURITY SYSTEMS
~ Protect Your Home or Business .
FREE Security Alarm :
Just Pay 1/2 Year Monitoring @ $180.00

SOLDIER ROAD
TEL: 242-394-5661 »* PO BOX CB-11600
NASSAU, BAHAMAS

Imports

East Street South Next to the
Flowers Web shop
PH: (242) 356-4053
E-mail: threemimports @ hotmail.com

Sho international and pay right here at home.

Online Shopping, Pickup Services,
Auto Parts, Special Orders and Much More.

~ ALL BRANDS |

AIR CONDITIONING & REFERIGERATION.
Parts - Sales Services Installation

° Auto-Air Gas Up
¢ Refrigeration Gas Up
¢ Window & Wall A/C Unit
¢ Central & Ductless Gas Up
¢ Window & Wall A/C Unit Up.
¢ Ductless A/C Unit -Starts @ $500.00
* Central A/C Unit tarts @ $1,100.00

Tel: 394-7103/393-8575 ¢ Fax 394-8383 « Cell 466-1327
#7 Kemp Road near Shirley Street

CRICKET CLUB Restaurant & Pub

Open Daily - Live By Satelite English Premier Soccer, Cricket, Rugby.
SERVING - Shepard Pie e Cracked Conch « Bangers & Mash eChicken
Pot Pie e Grouper Fingers ° Fried Chicken eSteak & Kidney Pie
¢ Seafood Platter * Soup * Sandwiches « Salads Draft Beer, Stella,
Fosters, Becks and Full Bar ¢ Airconditioned Bar Outdoor Patio
Location: Haynes Oval West Bay St. Opp. Arawak Cay.

Tel: 326-4720

-Starts @ $ 65.00
..Starts @ $ 75.00
..Starts @ $ 85.00
Starts @ $250.00

| Serving Breakfast Daily =



“LAGERTAG BUA i HE WHOLE PAMHY™
P.O.Box CB-12843 eNassau, The Bahamas ¢
Tel: (242)466-7599
Email Address:bflbahamas @coralwave.com
} Catering to parties, fairs, corporate and community events

~ ff | PHONE ORDERS WITH CREDIT CARD ONLY

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GLOW IN THE DARK ITEMS!!

Glow Necklaces, Bracelets,
Eyeglasses & Bunny Ears
Masquerade Masks

get1 FREE /t’s More than a Cookie.
until It’s an Experience.

Dec 2409
at www.somethingsdifferent. biz

eomaent = Junkanoo Horns
Bearanr holiday hours starting Dec 1-24 Coloured Wigs & Group Signs
hours: mon-sat 10:00a-5:00p <

1/2 dozen - $9 or $1.50 Each a, —
ee ee t : (242) 322-7954 ie 477-



Universal Power
Contacts
357 - 3572
558 - 6486

ILUTTILIE ANGIELS CIHURISTIAN
ACADEMY

Formerly Blue Hill Christian School
Registering for January

18 Month - 5 Years
* Hot Lunch Program

* Abeka Curriculum
Ph: 341-0677

( MINISTRY OF EDUCATION APPROVED oa)

> Electrical esign Construction
> Solar Electric Power
> Generator Installation & Repairs



Academics ¢ Creativity « Excellence
Offering K2, K3, K4 and K5 Programs
REGISTER NOW!!
CLASS SIZES ARE LIMITED!!
Ninth Terrace, East Centreville

Tel: 328-4480 or 552-8706
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m-6p.m
$235 PER MONTH ‘
INCLUDES DAILY HOT LUNCH

INSTANT CASH

Spewlet en Th Sheenet aie dane
Language Learning

sing oy $99.99

Spanish, French, etc. ,
Phone: 565-4375 or 676-2748

Surecce sn
Success

Top $
MaxFactor Scrap Metal
: WE BUY METAL .
Ganaunciag the one weeb basing meta€, wine, coopers and brass
. Aluminum . Brass . Copper

. AC Coils : re . Radiators
. Batteries . Catalytic Converters

Top $

State Certified Electronic Scales

242-558-9011» Top $

PC and Laptop Repairs
Computer Sales & Accessories
Antivirus Software
Internet & Networking

Tel:325-5040
Cell: 465-0610 or 454-7934

WE PICK UP AND DELIVER

Do you need an ULTRASOUND?.
Contact 7





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RIBI #122
Acer Laptop Christmas Giveaway Special:
Comes with Windows Live 7. CD/DVD RW.
2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160 GB Hard Drive. WIFI. Anti
Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
Supplies are Limited. Price: $499.99
Call 323.6315 / 467-4146.

RIB #981-B
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
. HP & Toshiba laptops 320GB HD, 3GB memory
w/webcam $650
Toshiba laptop 500GB ae 4GB memory w/webcam
725

HP & Acer mini laptops w/wencam $450
Acer laptop w/webcam $595
Compaq desktop 500GB HD, 3GB memory w/21.5""
monitor $675
call 525-6223

BRAND NEW
BLACK BERRY
9700
Cell phones
quadband Du
$500.00
Cell 423-6052

NEW IPHONE 3GS
3G,S 16GB/32GB
UNLOCKED
$450.00

Cell 423-6052

ORIGINAL 100%
BLACKBERRY WIFI
CURVE 8320
UNLOCKED $550.00

Cell 423-6052

SSS

LG 42” HD LCD TV
Watch your movies in HD awesome picture.
A must have. Serious inquiries only please
Cell 426-6455

RIB #981 ;

FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!

Toshiba 37”LCD TV $895

Toshiba 32” LCD TV $750

Toshiba 15.6” LCD TV w/built in DVD player
300

Playstation 3 new slim model w/blue ray $550
Call 525-6223

TV MOBILE N991
Dual sim Touch Screen
MP3, MP4,FM Radio,

dual camera, video,

2 GB memory card

Movie( optional)

PRICED $225.00
More models available

Ming Zing... $200

N79 TV... $200
Tel: 341-0460

or
465-0291

PINK MINI IPHONE
Touch & dual sim
Mp3/Mp4, fm radio
camera, bluetooth
2 GB memory card

choice of movie
downloaded..
$195.00

Tel 341-0460

or
465-0291

FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW!
Blackberry 8520W/WiFi

. $

480
Nokia E63 w/WiFi $365
Motorola L9 $180
Motorola pebble U9
(2009 model) 165
- Motorola L7 $135
Motorpla Razr pink $120
call 525-6223



RIB #136
*MONITORS and COMPUTERS FOR SALE!!!*

HP 19" HighDef ee MONITOR

250
Acer 17" Monitor $200
HP Pavillion Entertainment PC Laptop $800
Alienware Barebone case w/ Alienware
Powersupply $250 .
*Call Now: 364-9001 or 433-4377*

Great Christmas deal!!
Brand new!! Samsung Slide
phones, features camera,
bluetooth, mp3 music &
more!! For only $150.00.

Call Now! #376-5101,
393-567 1,465-9370

DUAL SIM PHONE
Touch light, camera.
B/tooths, FM radio
video/MP3, MP4
2.0 HD display, alarm,
2GB Mem, card
New in box. $170.00

Tel: 341-0460
or
465-0291

MP4’s with 8gb...$125
Mp4's with 4 gb.. $75
Car Mp3 player 2 gb

$65

Mp3 watch 1 gb.. $75
Downloaded with a
choice of 2 movies and
songs collection.

~ Tel 341-0460
or
465-0291

GREAT CHRISTMAS
DEAL!!

Brand New! LG Flip
phones , includes
camera, bluetooth,&
mp3 music
just$150.00. Going fast
call now!
#376-5101,
465-9370,393-5671

RIB #133
LIKE NEW LAPTOPS FOR SALE
Starting from 350.00
Linksys routers $65.00
20” slim rims $7,000.00
Call Desrick 361-2033 or 431-7704
392-4860 for rims.

BRAND NEW
BLACK BERRY 9530
with wifi + tv bluetooth

$450.00

Cell 423-6052

TRIB #910

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Limited supply ¢

Motorola Razr2...$250
LG Cookie
Motorola Krazr Rizr...$150
Motorola Pebl....$160
For more information
call
*364-9001/558-3267
or
558-3268*

WI-FI TV DUAL
SIM Qwerty
& I-Phone
dual cams, video
mp3/mp4 & fm radio
dual bluetooth
2 gb memory card
choice of 2 movie
$300.00

Tel 341-0460
or
465-0291

3G- Iphone
8gb $575, 3G
IPhone 16gb $700,
13GS 16gb $900.
3GS 32gb $1000

ph# 341-5933
or
454-1288
or
434-2325





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3G- Iphone
8gb $575, 3G
IPhone 16gb $700,:
38GS 16gb
3GS 32gb $1000
ph# 341-5933 ©
or
454-1288
or —
434-2325

963
LINKSYS WIRELESS G ROUTER
RECESSION SPECIAL: Includes Router; .
Ethernet cord; adapter; CD. All-in-one Internet-
sharing Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G
(802.11g) Access Point & Push
button technology. Warranty Included. Price
$89.99. Supplies are limited. Call Ph at
323.6315 / 467.4146

RIB #981-D
FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Panasonic DVD video camera $300
Olympus 12MP digital camera $185
Olympus 8MP digital camera $155
JVC 400 watt home stereo w/ipod connection

$385
Call 525-6223

RIB #099
PLAYSTATION 3 $450.00
Nintendo Wii $350:00
PSP $279.00
Nintendo Ds $179 games’
available.
Call 323-4028 or 636-1862

BEST PRICE
Casio G- shock
beautiful

Cakley shades.
authentic. $60.00

Call 544-0713

$900,

TRIB #909

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
LIMITED SUPPLY
Samsung waterproof)...$270

Blackberry BOLD
$650

Blackberry
CU eS -8310/8520
$350/$440

Blackberry Pearl 8100/8120
$230/$300

For more information
call .
364-9001/ 558-3267
or
558-3268

RIB #868
PS3 Backwards darnpatibic. 80 gig, 2 controllers
6 games include, Street Fighter 4, and Metal
Gear Solid 4- Everything $530,
Just the console.
430

$
425-7115

BBF #270
USED NINTENDO WII1
ncludes 3 games: Mario kart, |ron man and Red
steel, 2
race controllers, 2 regular controls $299.

a
Il 8326-2940/431 -8547

PS3 for $575.00
call 328-0002/
558-2839

1
BIG CHISTMAS SPECIAL
50% off
Gucci watchs now just $175.00 or 2 for rene: 00
Casio G shock $60.00. Ideal gift
Cell 544-0713

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RIB #134
Dell Computer with 19" LCD monitor
just $475.00. Direct Tv satellite system
activated for just $279.00.
27" Tv at $155.00
wulff road opposite Hardings Food Store,
Call 393-7943

RIB #012
PSP 13 GAMES
(2008 OR LATER)
Charger 2 cases. $500.00 ono

2 NINTENDO DS
(pink/white) 20 games charger case
$500.00 ono
Call 324-2554 or 376-5262

BBF #357
XBOX 360ELITE FOR SALE $450.00
call 328-0002

FULL LACE WIGS
Christmas Special
BUY 2 get 1/2 OFF!!!

.100% HUMAN REMY
&
. SYNTHETIC LACE
WIGS -

Serious Persons only

CONTACT: 328-6898

or designersensations
@

-hotmail.com

HUGH SPECIAL
NBA

Authentic jersey we
have all of the stars
past and present.
great quality. $60.00
2 for $100.00
CASIO G SHOCK
$60.00
Oakley shades
$60.00
Call 544-0713

RIB #981-C
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
‘Playstation 3(new slim nas 120GB memory
565

Xbox 360GB hard drive $485-
Ninendo Wii $400 -
PSP $285 -
Nintendo DS $245
Sportscraft 7ft air hockey table $475
Call 525-6223

USED PS2,
Includes 2 controllers, & all wires , | only $100.00
Ps3 and Ps2 giving you problems. Call me!
Games cds’ and memory cards

call
341-1650 or 535-6777 ©

BBF #356
PLAYSTATION 3 FOR SALE $450.00
call 328-0002

Most Realistic Hairline Lace Wigs Highest Quality!
100% Remy/virgin Hair Get any color/length/texture!
Best Prices! INSTOCK WIGS X-MAS. CLEARANCE
SALE!! $50.00 AND UP!
Look Fierce this X-MAS!
Limited supply call. Now!3648204

HOLLYWOOD WHITE
Skin Whitening Line
SEE RESULTS IN DAYS!!!
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856







RIB #872
"RECESSION SPECIAL
Authentic Oakley shades $60.00
Authentic Casio G chock watch $60.00
Authentic NBA Jesey $60.00. 2 for 100.
Get yours early.
Call 544-0713






BBF #330
. Keyless remotes F-150,
Explorers and all for vehicles $50.00 with
programming

BBF #354
HONEY OAK FINISH QUEEN BED ROOM
SET
$1,400.00 call 328-0002

BBF #353 - ;
QUEEN SIZE BEDROOM SET 6 PIECES
. -$1,800.00
call 328-0002





SBF #358

CHOCOLATE LOVESEAT AND SOFA
: SPECIAL!
$999.00



28-0002 -

cal









TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009

RIB #998
HIGHY FLYING FIGHTER JETS
6 feet long wing span, 4 feet flying range
3,000 feet. Speed up to 50mph.
You will feel the power.
Cell 677-4995 or 454-7675

Radiators. starting at $170
_Call 468-7821

NEW TREADMILL
HEAVY DUTY
ONLY $699.00

CALL 362-6040

5 PIECE QUEEN SIZE BED ROOM SET
JUST LIKE NEW!!!, Head board, foot board, .
dresser, mirror and night stand asking $1,450

ph# 431-2984 / 364-3214 (leave message)





3PC SOFA SET $1,399
cal! 328-0002

~



IBBF #263

Laptop universal power adaptor $75.
Call for more information
393-4408

RIB #009-E ;
Generator Sale. .
Yamaha generators as low as $285.00! Be
prepared for blackouts! Our portable generators
are great for jobsites, are very quiet and
extremely reliable. 950 Watts to 2600
Watts available. Call 393-0262



g

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|

RED GOLD SOFA SET 2PC
$1,800.00
CALL 328-0002



LOUIS PHILIP BEDROOM SET
$1,500.00
call 328-0002





TRIB #073





Auto parts for sale, ;
bumpers, fenders, hoods and more,

Call: 364-9089 or 364-3011

RIB #925

‘Generator Sale.

Kipor Portable Gasoline generators.
Easy to operate and reliable.
KGE2500 Cash sale price $450.00,
KGE4000 Cash sale Price $695.00,
KGE6500 Cash sale price $895.00.

Call 393-0262. A

FOR SALE :
40KW 3 PHASE CUMMINS / ONAN
Generator set with an 80 gallon fuel
base tank, very low hours, asking.

$ 9000.00 or nearest offer.
Call 427-9531.

60 *
SECTIONAL SOFA $999.00
call 328-0002



Black Futon({folds into a bed), Brand
Newi!l.....Never opened!!! - $400
Tal:425-7115

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USED DRINK &
SNACK VENDING
MACHINE FOR

" SALE
At the cost of $4,000



O.N., all in excellent
condition. Presently
in business
establishment.
Tel: 525-7822 or
467-9074



TRIB #173
JUST LIKE NEW
All wood from wood you, dresser and night
stand with mirror
$600.00 Call 424-37970r
302-2847

TRIB #868
LOW RIDER RED NOSE PUPS
8 WEEKS OLD
1ST SHOTS and Dewormed
Peterson & Camelot.blood line
ONLY 2 AVALAILABLE
1 MALE / 1 FEMALE
$600
324-6096 454-6553

















DRYER
GAS & ELECTRIC
$950.00

_ Call 362-6040



RIB #08
9 ELEMENT
SURGICAL
STAINLESS
STEEL
Waterless and
greaseless
steam control,
11 pcs
cookware set.
was
$1299.00 now
$699.00
§ Limited time
) offer. Call 325-
: 8301 or
426-0780



RIB #141

SHIH-TZU PUPPIES

Four black & white, full breed shit-tzu pups for

sale. Asking $500.00 each.
Call 329-5552 cell 448-3804

12 WEEKS OLD PUPS
1st shot, shitzy white brown and black,
3 male, very pretty pups.
Asking $600.00

* Call 341-1369 (hm) 428-5998(cell)






4 PITBULL PUPS
15 weeks, all shots, deworm

1 female, 3 male. $200.00 Quick

sale.



Call Ashwood 425-8895






BRAND NEW
WHIRLPOOL WASHER -
7.0 Cu.

Ft., Electric, White, Energy
efficient, Top Load
$700.00,
WHIRLPOOL DRYER -
7.0 Cu. Ft. Super Capacity,
Electric, White, Front Load
$800.00
and 27" USED
TOSHIBA TELEVISION
$200.00

call 376-8009 or 544-6330

RIB #131
Ceramic Tile - 2 sizes
13" x13" and 13" x 19.7"
Large Quantity available.
Rustic beige with rough edges
Finest quality 1/4 " thick
$2.20 sq. ft. sells locally at $3.95 sq. ft.
Call 322-6856 or cell 456-7781



DOUBLE
BEVERAGE
COOLER
FOR SALE

Bareky used.
Serious
inquiries only
1 $2,500.00
call 326-6104

RIB #117
BICHON FRISE FOR SALE
1st shot available on 19th Dec.09
$600.00
Call 364-2710 eve or 557-1336

GERMAN SHEPARD DOG
2 German shepard puppies 7
weeks old
pedegree. Male, female, black in
colour $1000.00 ono
call 465-3121 or 324-1093

“PUPPIES FOR SALE
BICHON FRISE, Scottish Chon
Any other breed
by request.
Scottish/Chon female available.

call 436-7128
or
361-3104

2 YEARS OLD MAL
E SHIT-TUZ FOR SALE
All shots received

Serious inquiries.

Call 376-8344





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EXCLUSIVES
WESTRIDGE! 34,543 sq. ft.

residential lot in well
established area. Graded,
beautifully landscaped and

lake views. Web Ref: 564374.
Price: $332,000

KOOL ACRES! Tastefully
furnished, home built for fun
and family gatherings.
3bd/2.5bt, game room’ with
povl table, an outside bar,
entertainment area, marble
tiled floors & much more. Web
Ref: 564292. Price: $395,000
SANDYPORT! ldyllic,
residential lot with 6,403 SF in
popular gated community with
more than enough room to
build your dream home. Web
Ref: 564416. Price: $450,000 |
SANDYPORT! With 9,662SF
and 206 feet.of canal frontage;
there is ample room to build
the home of your dreams in
the newest section of
Sandyport. Web Ref: 564362.
Price: $500,000 :
CABLE BEACH! Classic
decor and sunny beach views
combine in an ode to tropical
elegance in this immaculate
3bd/3bt condo. Newly
upgraded with hurricane &

impact resistant doors and
windows. Lots ‘of special
features. Web Ref: 564296
Price: $676,500 Also for rent
$5,500 p/m :

BERRY ISLANDS! Custom
designed home built on a

natural ridge set on a 25,500

SF beachfront. 3 well-
appointed bedrooms each with
ensuite baths, lots of
entertaining space.

Spectacular views & move-in
ready. Web Ref: 564054.
Price: US$980,000

FOR SALE
ANDROS! 9.5+ acres on the
quiet and largest island in the
Bahamas. A_ haven’ and
fisherman's delight! Acreage is
close to the waterfront of
Nicholl's Town and has road
access and nearby utilities.
Web ~Ref:' 563510 Price:
$95,000
LYFORD HILLS! New gated
development with single family
and. multi-family lots available.
Will feature a fully appointed
Club House with dining rooms,
tennis courts, bike & jogging
trails and lots of open spaces.

Some-lots feature elevations |

of approx. 60 feet. Buy today.
Web Ref: 563534. Price:
$120,000+
CHARLOTTEVILLE! Build your
dream home on this 7,200SF
lot in highly sought after gated
community - + featuring
clubhouse, pool, tennis courts
& picnic grounds. Web Ref:
563116 Price: $164,500
SIR LYNDEN PINDLING
ESTATES! Clean, comfortable
3bd/2bt home features Tiled
floors with carpet in bedrooms
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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, security bars on all windows,
and efficient kitchen. Sold with
appliances. Web Ref: 564382.
Price: $189,000
WINTON ESTATES!
Spacious plot of land with
31,700 SF off Eastern Road
having views of southeastern
Nassau. Lots of space for your

dream. Web Ref: 564320.
Price: $310,000
WINDSOR ESTATES!

Beautifully maintained home
sits on 20,576 SF on secluded

hilltop. 4bd/5.5bt, 4-vehicle-
carport, 40KW generator,
sprinkler system, hurricane
shutters & pool. Web Ref:

562211. Price: $867,000

FOR RENT
OFF THOMPSON BLVD!
Centrally located 2bd/1bt apt.

in a quiet neighbourhood, tiled.

throughout, security screens
and is located just minutes
from restaurants, schools and
shopping. Web Ref: 564399.
Price: $800 p/m

EASTWOOD ESTATES! Brand
new 1bd/ibt cottage in quiet

neighbourhaod. Tiled
throughout with brand new
appliances = including

washer/dryer. Offered turnkey;
furnished with utilities & basic
cable included. Web_ Ref:
564397. Price: $1,000 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
newly renovated 2bd/2bt
-condo in gated community.
Gorgeous views, large
balcony, tastefully furniture,
remote control a/c _ units,
modern. kitchen with
dishwasher. Must See! Web
Ref: 564346. Price: $2,800
p/m
HIGHLAND PARK! Spread
out in this spacious home
located in well established and
quiet area. 4bd/3bt home
features over 3,000SF of living
space. Amazing kitchen,
spacious bedrooms, recessed
lighting, timbered ceilings &
much more. Partially
furnished. A must see! Web
Ref: 564234. Price: $2,900
p/m
WESTRIDGE! Luxury 3bd/3bt
unit in private gated complex
features one-car garage,
sunken family room, spacious
kitchen with eat-in counter and
centre ‘island. Patio, shared
swimming pool/gazebo_ with
wet bar. Web Ref: 563408.
Price: $3,500 p/m
SANDYPORT! 3bd/3.5bt
townhouse offers open-plan
living areas, sound system,
intercom and much more.
Enjoy the view and breezes
from your back veranda or
.bedroom balconies. Offered
stylishly furnished, fully air
conditioned, is turnkey and
ready for occupancy. Web
Ref: 562345 Price: $5,000
p/m .
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



Our Motto: PUT GOD FIRST
Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter S Hanchell, J.P

Broker/Appraiser

BALMORAL, residential lot in
new exclusive gated community
out west, starting

at $207,000.

CORAL BREEZE, residential
lots $99,000, and duplex lots,
$120,000.

OCEAN CLUB, two siarge
oceanfront lots side by side, 86
million each.
CHARLOTTEVILLE,
lot, $165,000.
SOUTH SEAS, residential lots,
$90,000.

WILTON STREET, near Tops
Lumber, commercial corner lot,
$220,000.

FOX HILL, elevated duplex lot,
50x100, $55,000.

elevated

WESTWINDS, duplex lot in
exclusive gated community,
$135,000.

FOX HILL, large apartment lot
65x200 zoned for 8 unit
apartment, $120,000.
MARSHALL ROAD, duplex lot
70x100, $85,000.

OFF SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD, large triplex lot,
$90,000. }

OFF EAST STREET NORTH,
50 x 100 lot, $56,000.

-2-

ABUNDANT LIFE: ROAD, large

commercial lot running from
street to street, 100x300,
$395,000.

WILTON STREET, commercial
cornet lot 100x124, $220,000.
KILLARNEY SHORES, large
corner lot 108x114, $120,000.

WINTON HEIGHTS, large
corner lot, 120x125, reduced to
$165,000.

BLACK BEARDS TERRACE,

residential lot 100x197,
$200,000.
SANDILANDS VILLAGE

ROAD, 70x120, $95,000.

OFF COWPEN ROAD, ‘multi-
family lot 50x129, $90,000.
WESTWIND, | residential
$110,000.

CORAL LAKES, residential lot,
80x110, $120,000.

SOUTH OCEAN _ ESTATES,
residential lot, $135,000
LYFORD HILLS, residential
lots starting at $124,000.
PINEWOOD GARDENS,
duplex lots starting at, $65,000.
VENICE BAY, canal
100x100, $180,000.
SPRINGFIELD ESTATES, off
Prince Charles residential lots,
$77,000.

VENICE BAY ANNEX, lot with
foundation for 6-unit apartment
was $210,000 reduced _ to
$175,000 for quick sale.

lot,

CAT ISLAND, 20 acres,
$300,000.

MOUNT PLEASANT, large}
multi-family) lot 15,000sq. ft.,

$150,000.

OFF WEST BAY STREET,
near Yuma Estates residential
lot, $90,000. ‘

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Our Motto: PUT GOD FIRST
Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter S Hanchell, J.P

Broker/Appraiser

SAFFRON _ HILLS, _ hill
residential lot, $165,000.
SPRINGFIELD ROAD, 57x125,
$90,000.

NORTH WESTRIDGE, 6 acres,
$1.75 Million.

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$260,000 or rent $1,400 per
month. Coral Harbour
Townhouse across from beach
2 bed 2.5 bath, fully furnished.
Call: 432-9388

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806

e Yantation Realty,

TEL: 325-7692/3

OFF MARKET STREET
56x100, $45K

PINEWOOD GARDENS
50X100, $60K

OFF PRINCE CHARLES ;
60X100, $77,500

KOOL ACRES
50X100, $65K

OFF JOE FARRINGTON RD
50X100 $75K

KOOL ACRES
100X64, $80K

JOAN’S HEIGHTS
50X150 $75K

OFF COWPEN ROAD
50X100, $80K



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Soe {eh ene tienen
St. Albans Drive of West Bay
St. & near Beach: 2 bed, 1
bath condo $90,000

Off Blue Hill Hill-Top 2 bed, 1
bath Duplex $200,000 Excellent
Buy!

Marshall Rd. 2 bed, 1 bath
duplex $229,000.

Meeting Street: Large 7 bed 3
bath split-level house. Ideal for
office or Bed and
$250,000.

Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed 3
bath house with
Tennis Court on
$463,000.

West Grove: Executive Home
on large lot $575,000

Skyline Lakes: Spacious split
level 3 bed 2.5 bath residence
$475,000. :
Stevenson Subdivision:Great
investment! 2 minutes drive
from P. |. 14, 1. bed 1 bath
furnished units rental income

two Lots

of $115,680. Price @
$1,150,000.
Oakes Field: Commercial

Building 23,700 sq ftwarehouse
and office 1.1 Acre land$1,
500,000.
Lyford Hills Gated, Tennis
court and pool great living
Environment Lots starting @
$117,600.
Summer Haven large lot 70 x
400 $195,000.00
Westwinds Gated Community
Lot $120,000.00
Infant View Road Multifamily
lot 70 x 100 $90,000.00
Serenity-Gated Single & Multi
Family lots starting @ $80,000
Serenity, Estates lots 100 x
304 $250,000.00
Balmoral Gated: W/Clubhouse,
pool, tennis’.court & a great
place to live lots $238,000.00
Destini Lakes .Single & Multi
Family lots starts-@ $135,000
South Seas-Gated Community:
Single & Multi. Family lots
starting @ $83,796
Saffron Hill - Out West Gated
Residential lots Starting @
$175,000, $8,750 down
Indigo - Out West Lot with Sea
View $240,000
Coral Breezes-Gated
Communit Single & Multi
Family lots starts @ $99,000
Jacaranda Gated Community
Single & Multi Family Lots
starts @ $143,000.00
Westridge: Large Multi-Family
Lot $285,000.00
Airport Industrial Park 108 x
200 $220,000. Family Island
Lots
Freeport: Shannon Golf
Course 1/2 acre-lot with 161 ft.
on golf.course, a great buy at
price $65,000.
Eleuthera (Rock Sound) Multi
family lot 84 x 136 $25,000.
RENTALS
West Bay St: comfortable 2
bed, 2.5 bath fully furnished
apartment, with A/C near the
beach, $2,500/ month
Sandford Drive: spacious 3
bed, 2.5 bath apartment with
outdoor parking, security gate,
pool, gym and barbeque pit
$3,600.00 per. month
West Bay St.: 800 sq. ft. Office
space $2,200.00 p. m.
Ph: 328-2001 / 326-4400
Fax: 356-4044

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RE/MAX OCEAN REALTY
BAHAMAS

RESIDENTIAL LOTS WEST
South West Ridge, Lot #9,
100x95, $150,000

High Point Estates Lot #2
Multi-fam, 8,135 s/f, $125,000

West Winds Lot #327 multi-
fam, 1,600 sq.ft, $140,000

RESIDENTIAL LOTS - EAST

Sea Breeze Subdivision, Lot
17, block 17, 10,000 sf,
$165,000.

Dodge Road, Camperdown,

multi-family, 11,205 s/f,
$176,000.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
Palmdale - Montgomery

Street 8,578 s/f, $310,000

Airport Industrial Park Lot,
20,691 s/f, $300,000

Adelaide Road,
$1.2 million

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
The Pond Wash #1 Office &

Laundromat, Alice/York Sts,
$300,000 -

1.86 acres,

Nassau Street building,
15,000 s/f, $1.4 million

Park, 12

Airport Industrial
6,653 s/f,

executive offices,
$1,800,000

HOMES - WEST
Bel Air Estates, 5bed/4bth,
3,304-s/f, $299,000

Vizcaya North Westridge
Condo, 2bed/2th, $269,900

Highland Park, Sandford Dr,
S3bed/3bth, ° 12,000 s/f,
$395,0000

HOMES - EST

Kool Acres, 3bed/2.5th, 2,200
s/f, $395,000

Treasure Cove, 3bed/2bath,
1,585 s/f, $395,000

Winton Meadows, 4bd/2.5th,
2,500 s/f, $295,000

Little Blair Estates, Sbed/2bth,
$370,000

Gleniston Gardens, Taylor St
2bed/2.5bth, furnished,
$330,000

Call Ruby-Lee at
Re/Max Ocean Realty:
327-4271, or 565-4512



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Tel: 326- 8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter ’s Hanchell, J.P
Broker/Appraiser

OFF CARMICHAEL RD.,
spacious 2 storey semi-
furnished 4 bed 3 bath house
. with swimming - pool and
attached duplex and_ two
adjacent lots totaling 13,000 sq.
ft. appraisal at 1 million asking
price, $625,000.

YELLOW ELDER, 3 bed 1 bath
house under renovations with
an efficiency and stove, as is,
$130,000 or $139,000 with
completed renovations.
HIGHLAND PARK, spacious
furnished 3 bed 3 bath house,
open kitchen, wooden ceiling,

central air. electric gate,
$450,000.
GLENISTON GARDENS, large

4 bed 3 bath house on large
progeny fully - enclosed,
$310

OAKES FIELD, brand new 2
storey 4 unit hilltop apartment,
central air and fully enclosed,
$365,000.

EAST STREET NORTH, 2
storey commercial building near
Wulff Road, $350,000. .
OFF MARKET STREET
NORTH, brand new 2 bed 2
bath, was $140,000 reduced to

$127,000.
J.F.K. DRIVE, fully rented 7-
unit apartment building,
$695,000
SOLDIER ROAD, large 2
storey -commercial — building,

ideal for church $450,000

OFF BLUE HILL RD., 4 unit
apt. (2) 2 bed 1 bath (2) 1 bed 1
bath 4 years old, 250,000.
OFF WEST BAY STREET,
Investor's dream, 24 unit
apartment complex containing
(8) townhouses and (16) 2 bed
units reduced from $2.5 million
to $2 million.

OFF SOLDIER ROAD, well
maintained duplex 2 bed 1 bath
with laundry room, a deal at
$165,000.

CORAL VISTA, spacious
luxury house, central air,
spacious kitchen, $585,000.

FAITH AVENUE, 2 bed 1_ bath
townhouse, $180,000.

_. MACKEY STREET, large
warehouse on_- corner lot,
$600,000.

ST. ALBANS DRIVE, 1 bed 1
bath condo, $95,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
spacious 3 bed, 2 bath house,
central air, large property,
$250,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
triplex building, each unit-2 bed
1 Bath, $275,000.

PINEWOOD, 2 storey 4 bed 3
bath house sfully “enclosed,
$196,000.

LINCOLN BLVD. large duplex,

needs some repairs, $135,000.
OFF PRINCE HARLE
DRIVE, near City Market,
attractive 4 unit apartment

complex, $375,000.
KOOL ACRES, incomplete 8
unit apartment complex on lot
74 x 150, $250,000.

TUESDAY, DECEMEBER 29, 2009,PAGE 23



LIGHTHOUSE TF
A INVES



Lighthouse Realty &
Investments
Telephone: 341-391 1/
465-8344

Rentals_

Off Rocky
Bedrooms 2 Baths, Fridge,
Stove, Washer &Dryer,
Enclosed Yard, Security Bars
and Alarm System- $1,200.00

Pine Road 3

monthly

Cable Beach 3 Bedrooms 2
Baths, Fully Furnished,
enclosed yard - $1,700.00
monthly

_Multi- Family Lots

Marshall Road Waterfront
76x260 - $170,000.00 O.N.O
Lumbago- Drive 80x125~ -

$90,000.00 O.N.O

Off Malcolm Road Duplex Lot
61.89 x 85 - $60,000.00

Off Carmichael Road Duplex
Lot 53 x 104 - $72,000.00
Unison Road Fourplex Lot 50 x
154 - $130,000.00 O.N.O
Cable Beach 9332 sq
$200,000.00 O.N.O

Coral Lakes Fourplex Lot 88.93
x 130 on the Lake -
$140,000.00

Off Rocky Pine Road 7695 sq ft
- $110,000.00

Off Rocky Pine Road 9283 sq ft
- $125,000.00

Hamster Road 50 x 200 -
$150,000.00

ft. 5

Commercial Lots ~.
Carmichael Road 80 x 180 -
$850,000.00
Bernard Road
$350,000.00
Marshall Road 3.43 Acres -
$495,000.00

Residential Lots

Coral Heights East 80 x 110 -
$115,000.00

Colony Village East 70 x 110 -
$110,000.00

Laura Hill, East of Treasure
Cove 80 x 120 - $1 16,000.00
Laura Hill, East of Treasure
Cove 9213 sc ft - $112,500.00
Indigo Gated Community 60 x

1.76 Acres -

120 with Ocean View
$225,000.00

Coral Lakes 90 x 100 -
$145,000.00

Houses

Sandyport King Fisher Island -
Two Storey, 5 Bedrooms 3.5
Bathrooms, Indoor Swimming
Pool, Hot Tub, Private Dock,
Granite Countertops, Wood
Kitchen Cabinets, Stainless
Steel Appliances - 1.8 Million
Cockburn Street - 3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom house, on a multi-
family lot im cul-de-sac -
$145,000.00 O.N.O.
Constitution iDrive - 3
Bedrooms, 2: Bathrooms on
hilltop 100 x ‘160 property -
$240,000.00 O.N.O.

LIGHEPTtOUSE RENTS
XINVEST MENTS

Lighthouse Realty &
Investments
Telephone: 341-3911/
465-8344
Duplex Apartment,
Yamacraw Close - 2
Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms and 2
Bedrooms 1Bathroom, Central
Air, Wood Floors, Enclosed
Yard, 1700sq ft, property
75x100 - $295,000.00 O.N.O.

Condos/Townhouses

Venice Bay - Two. Storey
Townhouse with 2 Bedrooms,
2.5 Baths, Wood Kitchen

Cabinets with Granite Counter
Tops Wooden Deck and Private
Backyard with Appliances -
$220,000.00

Westridge - 3 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms’ with appliances,
washer and dryer -
$650,000.00

High Point Estates - 3
Bedrooms 2.5 Bathrooms,
Granite | countertops, Wood

Kitchen Cabinets, Wood floors,
Central Air, Paitap. Lakeview -
$350,000.00 O.N.O.

Westwind - 2 Bedrooms 2.5
Bathrooms, Granite
Countertops, Wood Cabinets,
Central air, Wood floors, Walk-
in Closets, Enclosed Yard -
$285,000.00 Under
Construction

Coral Harbour - 2: Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms, Granite
Countertops, Wood Cabinets,
Stainless Steel Fridge, Stove,
Dishwasher, Microwave,
Hurricane Impact Windows -
$225,000.00

Cable Beach Villas- 1-Bedroom
1 Bathroom, Fully Furnished,
Jacuzzi Tub, Pool, Private
Patio, Air-conditioned, Security
Alarm System, and Recessed
Lighting - $156,000.00 / Lease
to Own at $1,000.00 monthly

Commercial Building

Faith Avenue - Restaurant with
equipment, furniture and

attached Duplex - $640,000.00

O.N.O. / Lease at $2,500.00
monthly
Carmichael Road Two Storey
Building with a Store and
Apartments - $670,000.00
Turks Caicos- Bottle Creek
North- 1.39 Acres -
$105,000.00
Family Islands
Exhume 2 lots 80 x125 Hilltop
with Sea Views - $45,000.00
each
Freeport. Apartment Complex
32 -One Bedroom Units 4 -Two
Bedrooms Units on 1 acre
property - $2.2 million O.N.O.
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
$65, 000.00/ 2 Bedrooms 1
Bathroom $80,000.00
Freeport Balusa Park - 5 Multi-
family Lots - $17,000.00 each

BAHAMAS

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com

Rentals
Off Charles Saunders Hghy: 1
Bed, 1 Bath fully furn with a/c

$550 p/m

Sheerwood Drive: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath Townhome. Semi Furn.
Ctyard $999 p/m

Cable Beach: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Condo. Furn. w/parking, a/c
$1,000 p/m

Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath. Fully Furn. $1,300 p/m
East St. South: Shop or Office
Brand New 1,000 sq_ ft
w/parking. $1,500 p/m

Seaview Drive: 2 Bed, 2 Bath.
Furnished w/ generator $1,600
p/m

Westward Villas: 2 Bed, 1
Bath. Fully Furnished $1, 800

p/m

Coral Harbor: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath.
Fully Furnished w/pool & canal
$1,800 p/m

Delaporte Condo: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. Furn, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200 p/m
Cable Beach: 2Bed, 2Bath.
Gated, Furn. a/c, near beach
$2,300 p/m

Cable Beach: 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath.

With . office, Fully Furnished
2,500 p/m
Paradise Island: 2 Bed, 2.5

Bath. Pool. $2,600 p/m
Treasure Cove: 3 Bed, 2.5
Bath. Full Furn, Pool, a/c
Gazebo A/C $2,800 p/m

Vista Bella:
Furn.,. full ocean view w/pool,
a/c $3,000 p/m

Delaporte Point: Townhome, 3
bed 2.5 bath, furn, oceanfront,
gated, pools, beach $3,000 p/m
Westward Villas: 4 Bed, 3.5

Bath House. Fully Furnished
4,000 p/m

Sandyport: 4 Bed, 3.5 Bath.
w/dock slip. Kids Allowed
$5,000 p/m

Love Beach Walk: 3 Bed, 3.5
bath, Penthouse oceanfront,

gated. $5,000 p/m

Sales -
Residential/Commercial
Cable Beach Villas: 1 Bed, 1
Bath Fully Furn. With pool &

balcony $130,000

Off Carmichael Rd: 2 Bed, 1
Bath Home on 7,000 sq ft.
property $160,000

Off West Bay: 3 Bed, 1.5 Bath
Condo. Semi Furnished. Great
Buy $165,000
Pinewood Gardens:
Sbdrm, — 2bth: w/3-1°
Burglar Bars $170,000
Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo. Pool: A/C 3 min to
beach $200,000_
Westridge: 2! Bed,'!2 Bath Apt,
Semi-furn. A/C. Pool, Tennis
Court. $229,000.

Paradise Island: “1 Bed, 1
Bath. Pool. ' $229,000. Near
Atlantis Hotel:

Triplex.
bdrms.

2 Bed, 2 Bath

BAHAMAS

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
» Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com

www.RTBahamas.com

Resario West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome w/pool, landscaped.
$239,000
Faith Avenue South: Brand
New Duplex. 62 x . 100.

Reduced Price $250,000

St. Vincent Rd: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Home. Brand New w/yard.
$258,000

Sandford Drive (West): 3 Bed
2.5. Bath Condo w/ a/c, pool,
bar and Indscped $285,000 -
Coral Harbor: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome. Must See
$285,000

Sandford Drive (West): 2 Bed,
2.5 Bath Townhome a/c, gated,
pool $300,000

Cable Beach: Luxor Condo 2
Bed, 1 Bath. Furn a/c Gated,
pool. $305,000

Off Charles Saunders Hgwy:
Four-plex w/ a/c crtyrd & gym.
$343,000 .

Southern Breeze: Triplex Bldg.
A/C, 8,100 sq ft. Lot. $350,000
Clearview: 5 Bed, 3.5 Bath.
Large yard & home w/views

$425,000
Coral Vista East: Brand new
home, two story, open floor

plan, double car garage 5 Bed,
2.5 Bath. $575,0

Off Robinson Rd: “Commercial
Bldg 4,000 sq ft, split level w/
central air, burglar bars, water
incl. and parking. $580,000

Lots

Nassau Village: oe Lot 75
x 75 for steal. $65,0

Victoria Gardens: ‘Duplex Lot
60 x 100 Great Deal! $77,000
Smithsville Subdivision
(east): Duplex Corner Lot 60 x
100 $83,000. DEAL
Pinewood Gardens: Multi-
family 2 Corner Lots $88,000
Each

*Deal!! Sandilands’ Village
(east): 60 x 120. Triplex Lot. 1
left $86,000

Via Della Rosa: Triplex Lots
starting from $99,000. Act Fast
Off Carmichael Rd: Triplex lot.
63 x 122. $100,000

Chazon Estates: 24 hr. Sec.
Gated Community. Lots 60 x
100. $105,000

John Claridge Estates New
on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x
111. $115,000

Off Carmichael Rd: Fourplex
lot. 10,140 sq ft. $125,000
West Grove ee eS: 84. x
110 - 9,000 plus sq ft. $205,000
South Westridge: 36,000 sq ft
lot. Hilltop w/ views. $320,000
Coral Harbor Roundabout: 4
lots - a0) page sq ft. Commercial.
$304,0)

Lyford (cay: -5 Acre. $610,000
Coral Harbor Roundabout:
4.72 Acres, 900 ft on the road,
$4,000,000

.| The Balmoral:

PAT STRACHAN
Really Fales
HOMESITES
Coral Harbour: Canal
80x110 from $225,000.00





Lots

Coral Breeze Estates: 75x100
- $99,000.00

Venice Bay: 100x100 -

$120,000.00

Lyford Hills:. 8,900sq.ft.
$125,000.00

Serenity: 65x100 - $80,000.00

from

South Seas: Homesites from
$94,000.00

Saffron Hiils, West Bay St.:
Homesites from $175,000.00
from

Paim Cay: Homesites

$195,000.00

Homesites from
$198,000.00 ‘

APARTMENT SITES .-
South Beach. Estates West
60x110 - $85,000.00

Coral Breeze Estates: 75x100
- $120,000.00

South Seas:
$120,000.00

Off Faith Ave. South-Drawings
included 50x139 - $115,000.00
- Owner financing available
$5,750 down

50 x 151 - $125,000.00 - Owner
financing available $6,750
down

COMMERCIAL SITES
Palm Beach Street: 30x100 -
$45,000.00 - Neg.

East St: and Palmetto Ave.
(Next to Kelly's Lumber) 37x72
- $42,000.00 - Neg.

HOMES
Yamacraw Beach Estates
3 bed, 2.5 bath, two-car garage
- $450,000.00

Apt. sites from

Coral Vista: Incomplete 3 bed,
2 .5 bath - $145,000.00

South Ocean Village: 3 bed,
2.5 bath near to Albany -
$550,000.00

Sandyport-Kingfisher Island
5 bed, 3 .5 bath-$1,675,000.00

: TOWNHOMES

The Balmoral on. Sandford
Drive: 2 bed, 2.5 bath units
from $350,000.00

Sandford Drive: 2 bed, 2.5
bath - $285,000.00

Westward Villas:
bath - $285,000.00

APARTMENTS
Off Cowpen Road: (3) 1 bed, 1
bath and (1) 2 bed, 2 bath’ -
$375,000.00
For more info P
Tel: 323-1983 or 424-8028

2 bed, 2.5





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fixtures, Marble Baths,
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furnishings!!

NORMAN’S —_CAY BEACH

FRONT LOT — Experience
living on this private island in
the Exumas. This ideal home
site provides the ultimate
vacation getaway with a
private airstrip on the Island for
easy access. A huge
residential lot ‘selling at only
Seer. for 33,000 square
eet!!
NORMAN’S CAY ACREAGE —
Four (4) adjacent lots’ with
breathtaking panoramic views
and 414. ft on the beautiful
beaches of Exuma_ Sound.
These .prime lots total just
under 2 acres and provide the
perfect opportunity to enjoy a
relaxing escape. Buy NOW for
ay $1,600,000 tar all four
ots.
HOPE TOWN ABACO - A
large residential lot, 24,000 sq.
ft with partial Ocean views less
than 300 ft. from white sandy
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Abaco. A steal at ONLY
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PHONE: 394-4397
E-MAIL:
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8.D, Cleare, CI
FOR SALE

TREASURE COVE Lot‘on the

ocean, $200,000.
WEST WINDS Lot $145,000.
WESTRIDGE Lot $430,000. "

MARKET. STREET Lot,
$150,000: . :

. Telephone 364-4075

DUPLEX FOR SALE
$176,000.00 Southern District.
Tel: 328-3757, 393-4697
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SS HOMES

SOM ah E dye WESTWARD VILLAS HOME:
oe i Lovely 2 storey, 4 bed 5 bath
eee home in great neighbourhood.
LOTS/ACREAGE MUST SEE. $585,000.00 Web
Long Island: Ocean and | Ref: 33509
Lakeviews 0.5 acre lots.

Starting at $33,700 SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:

Blake Rd: Prime acreage near| 2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated
high-end developments $3.2M_— | Community. Great kitchen,
Old Forte: Very secluded | washer & dryer. 3 community
Triplex lot. $190,000 swimming pools and enclosed
Coral Harbour: 2.3 acres. | children’s playground. MUST
Perfect subdivision/condo | SEE. $340,000.00 Web Ref:
development. $1,950,000 28909

West Winds: Large s/f corner

lot. $118,000 HIGH POINT MANORS:

Charlotteville: Large corner s/f
lot w/many amenities. $155,000
Lyford Cay: 4 s/f lots & cottage
packages w/ beach

Spacious 3 bed 2.5 bath home
in Gated Community. New
construction. Granite kitchen
counter tops, custom built. Oak

access.$1.5M/$2.5M cabinets. | $269,000.00 Web
Lake Cunningham: 100'x120' | Ref: 33709

s/f lot. Gated at $240,000 :

Saffron Hill: S/F lots starting at LOTS

$175,000 w/ $10K off. SAFFRON HILL: Single and
Serenity: Affordable s/f lots} Multifamily lots starting at

starting at $80,000 - duplex lots

175,000.00 Web Ref: 17808
now starting at $125,000. $ ; i

HOME/M/F BUILDINGS ROSE ISLAND LOT: NEW
West Winds: Brand new 3bed | pRICE i filet lot approx.
2.5bath townhouse. Very ]13,350 sq ft - $188,000.00
spacious w/amenities. ono, make an offer NOW
$375,000 : Web Ref: 2408

Soldier Rd: Ideal investment

consisting of 2 incomplete | QCEANVIEW LOT — WEST:
buildings in a prime area.| Great single family lot. 60” x
$630,000 115” in new gated community

Stapledon Gardens: Exclusive
4bed 2bath & 2bed ibath
duplex w/ approved plans for a
Triplex building. $430,000

with pool and tennis court on
West Bay Street. $340,000.00
Web Ref: 19508

Coral Vista: Exclusive fairly |] OCEANVIEW ELEVATED LOT
new triplex building. -$460,000 e 14,279 sq. ft. lot with
Pinewood Gardens: 4bed| elevation of 80’ above sea
Sbath home on 2 elevated lots. | level $475,000.00 Web Ref:
$290,000 3420:

East Street: Prime commercial

ene w/ great potential JACK ISAACS

$475,0 REAL ESTATE
Fowiar. street: Warehouse & CALL: 322-1069
incomplete apt building. | inf hama

$236,000

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Blue Hill: Commercial property SL AmaSPrOperty sera

with.3 apts. Ideal investment.
Reduced to $200,000
Treasure Cove: Exclusive
3bed° 2bath home_ w/_ pool;
enerator, 1K gal ~ watertank.
428,000 .

Golden Gates: .Exclusive 3bed
2bath with 2bed. 2bathâ„¢ apt
attached. $295,000 ;
RENTALS ~—
Shirley St: ideal office space in
avery high traffic area. $3,800
p/m ee
Coral Vista: 1bed 1bath apt. |
water & cable included. $1,000.
m
ove Beach: 2bed -1.5bath’
townhouse. $1,700 p/m.
Treasure Cove: S3bed 2bath
beautiful. home w/ pool,
pelertor & more $3,300 p/m
irect: Pat 376-1849:
Denise 455-0304 Val 424- 4448 bed, 2.5. bath i-level) home.
Vincent 468- 0767. State of The. Art. .kitchen: and
> . : much more... °
Bental: $3,500/M.

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LOTS

LYFORD CAY:
Golf Course
approx. 25,500

Two. adjacent
lots— Each lot

sq ft
$1,230,000.00 EACH Web Ref:.

8108

BEACHFRONT LOT — OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
beach in Exclusive - Gated
Community on Paradise Island.
Sold together with a 65 foot
dock at Ocean Club Estates
Marina, $5.6 million Web Ref:
35109

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com



PAT STRACHAN.
Realty ly Sales.

For all of your Real Estate
needs:
eReal Estate Sales
eResidential Construction
eStage Inspections
Appraisals
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eMortgage Brokerage
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SANDYPORT ISLAND
COTTAGE FOR SALE
Beautiful home on canal,
4 bed, 3 baths;
private dock, beach, carport,
central a/c & more.
Reduced.to $769,000.

Call 427-3588. ~

FOR SALE
Commercial: building, single
storey structure. Located
Cordeaux Avenue - store/office
space situated at the front
one bedroom apartment/office,
at. the side, fully: secured,
central a/c equipped: . Selling
price $165,000. Tel 436-5651.

FOR SALE
Hilltop lot in Westridge
1.014 Acres. Residential
Net Price $325,000
Serious inquiries only



Please call 457-4185 to view

THE TRIBUNE

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Owner
" Who’s leaving the island.
Located in Coral Lakes, nice
neighborhood, 110x 80,
$125,000 negotiable.
Call'328-8857/434-0013

PROPERTY
SALE BY SNNER
50x12
Blueberry atin Fox Hill
68, 000

Ss
Tel:327-4291 , 535-7641
No eeu





URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please call Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

anytime.

NEW CONDOMINIUM
FOR SALE :

High Vista, off Eastern Road
Large 2 bed, 2 bath, semi-
furnished with shutters, security
system, custom cabinets,
professionally landscaped and
much more.

Asking $175,000 net.
“Phone 422-5071/424-4280.
HUBERT S. MCKIENZIE
ESTATES .-
TOWNHOUSES
Sea Breeze Lane.
Gated Community
3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath
Central Air Condition, Private
car garage. Private deck at
. back.
Preconstruction Price
$215,000.00
Contact:449-9648, 454-9138,
393-7394 or 364-2732 eves.

MALCOLM ALLOTMENT. .
‘Multi family
50x100 lot in quiet area,
$59,000 (5%) down $2,950.
' Financing Available.
Call 422-4489

PROPERTY FOR SALE
60X100
Tropical Gardens
For further information
Call Monique @ 1-242-374-
3848

TWO-BEDROOM, tri-plex unit
on 61’x160’ lot with seperate
washing facilities. No down
payment required.

: $415,000
Tel: 361 -7003/525-71 76
PROPERTY
FOR SALE BY OWENER
Saturn Avenue, Star Estates.

Size 100x70. $110,000
Phone 364- 7807/364- 6045.

LOT FOR SALE
Emerald Coast Duplex Lot
For Sale By Owner _
Price: $122,500 ono.
Contact:456-8271

PROPERTY FOR SALE
-.. Twin Lakes Subdivision, .
$176,000.00 O.N,O.Clients,
listing: Tel: Seen or 393-
7



THE TRIBUNE





COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY FOR SALE
50x105
Corner of Third St & Poncianna
Ave, Coconut Grove. Asking

$70,000.
Call Luchie Rolle, 362-0850
(hm), 457-1953(cell)

PROPERTY FOR SALE
TYAX LONG ISLANG
Between Gray’s and
Deadman’s Cay.Give away
prices start from $14,000
Contact Numbers: 454-4647,
424-6778 or 424-9956



WESTRIDGE Lot, 100 x 150
Executive Residential Area
$249,000. Tel 427-3588.

SANDILANDS VILLAGE,

Vanesa Close Corner, Duplex
Lot, size 100x45.
Price $65,000
Tel: 432-0582, Cell 326-4793



APPLIANCE STORE FOR
SALE

Fully stocked fridge, stove and
many more. Going price $5,500
Call for more info.

Ph: 356-7085/ 326-3825
or cell: 456-8067



1- TWO BED, 1-ONE
BEDROOM FOR RENT.Two
bed $700,first and last month
rent, $400 security deposit.

ONE BEDROOM, $600
monthly, $400 security deposit,
air condition, burglar bars,
water incuded,ceiling fans,
fenced in yard.Tel Number:
324-6579 or 454;5879

1-BED EFFICIENCY, 1 person
only. Light,water,cable
included, 1st,last & security
$300, $550 p/m.
Ph: 502-6529/341-7379

1-BEDROOM & 2-BEDROOM
APT for rent, fully furnished.
‘Washer and dryer, cooking gas.

Zion Blvd. Contact 341-0331, or-

456-6165. First and. last
month’s rent requires along
with a security deposit.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
light and water — included.
$600/mth, $300 sec. Jackfish
Drive. Tel 426-0802.

1-BEDROOM APT in Montaqu
Villas. Furnished. Water
included. $800 per month. Tel
448-1545.

1-BEDROOM APT incl: water,
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
microwave, dishwasher, alarm
system & cable. One corner
pass Treasure Cove heading
East. 544-3824.

1-BEDROOM, furnished apt,
light, water and cable. 2 adults
only, Pinewood. $190 weekly,
sec dep $400. 392-6038.

2 BEDROOMS, 2.5 bath, ©
condomimium, partly furnished
(fridge, stove, washer,dryer)
Ph: 325-8688




‘The Tribune

OR RE
2 HOUSES ON P.I, 1st class in
gated community. Private pool

3-4 bedroom, $7,500/P/M.
Ph:393-0868/454-1230

2-BED, 1-BATH apartment for
rent. Boatswain Hill, Coral
Harbour,$650 per month.
Tel: 362-1734/468-7149

2-BED, 1-BATH APT,
Yamacraw Shores, A/G
included. $750 monthly. Phone
427-8995.

2-BED, 2-BATH APT for rent.
Semi-furnished. Located
Sunshine Park.$775 per month,
. first and last month
required. Security deposit
$375.Call 341-6230

2-BEDROOM APT, WATER
A/C, ALARM. POHLEMUS

GARDENS OFF BOYD

ROAD.. $700/MONTH, 1ST &
LAST, $400 SECURITY.

PH: 325-6992
EVENINGS: 326-4479
AFTER 6

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, water
included. $720/mth, first, last &
security. Call 361-1681 after
6pm.

3 BED,2.5 BATH,
living,dining,kitchen, tv
room,screened patio,

. manicures yard.
Tel: 457-3766.$1,700.00

3-2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, fully
furnished villa, Paradise
Estates,$2,500 per month.
Office space available. Soldier
Road $2,500 p/m.

Call 393-8733/44

3-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH, partly

furnished, front room, dining
room, living room, computer
room & laundry room, _ stove
and washer and dryer.
Enclosed yard., burglar bars,
$1600 p/m, sec dep $1000.
393--7041 :

APARTMENT FOR RENT
MILLAR’S HEIGHT
Water included, burglar bars,
central air condition, wash
room. 800 per month 341-
5967/454-4836

APARTMENT FOR RENT
Danottage Estates
Attached to gated private
residence, two bed, one bath,
includes refrigerator,
stove,stack washer/dryer,
ductless, a/c, ceiling fans all
rooms and water.
Telephone:393-1869

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Millar's Height,water
included,burglar bars,central air
condition, wash room, $800 a

month.
Ph: 341-5967/454-4836

BARBER AND NAIL SALON
BOOTHS FOR RENT
Newly built, spacious plaza. A
must see.Call 324-5483 or 448-
3257 (Mr. McPhee)
356-1463 or 456-4526 (Ms. _

Kelly).Serious inquiries only

CENTREVILLE OFFICE/SHOP

BUILDING #78 Mt. Royal
Ave,1000 sq. ft including
storage room. Central a/c,

security bars, ample Bateny:
1,600 per month. Phone 302-
1449 or 393-5576 .



BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom, 2.5
bath condo for rent: Located on
P.l. Asking 2500pp. No pet.
Available now. Please contact
Mrs Smith at 422-4299, or 394-
6898.

Included water, cable and basic
telephone.

BEAUTIFUL, ONE-ROOM
COTTAGE in secure
neighbourhood out East. Ideal
for single teacher or temporary
resident. Utilities | included.
$900 per month. Call 324-7392.

BRAND NEW efficiency for
rent, $500 per month.
Tel: 376-2367

BRAND NEW efficiency, gated
environment & generator, all
utilities,fridge, stove,b/bars,

dinnete set included, $725 p/m.

Ph: 565-9835

BRAND NEW spacious one
bedroom apartment. Smith’s
Cove off Joe Farrington Road.
Fridge, Stove, Light, Water,
$700 per month. Quiet mature
adult or
newlyweds only. Telephone:
324-1810 after p.m
Cell: 525-9099

CABLE BEACH, spacious,
clean, fully furnshed, one
bedroom apt, a/c & ceiling fan,
phone, cable ready,washing
facilitiies, water included,2nd
bed available.Sorry no children
or pets.$900 p/m.ist & last +
$500 security. Ph: 327-7601 or
445-1327

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
FIRST MONTH FREE !!!!
3 Bedroom Townhouse, water
included.
$1,200.00 per month
556-9830 / 225-0221

EASTERN DISTRICT: 1-
bedroom apt, tastefully
furnished, no children or pets.
Phone 324-1316, 110am-6pm.

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FOR RENT .

SANDYPORT APARTMENT: 1
bed, 1 bath. Great views and
Dock $1,800.00 per month
Web Ref: 3508

SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:
2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated
Community. Great kitchen,
washer & dryer. 3 community
swimming pools and enclosed

children’s playground. MUST
SEE. $2,500.00 per month
Web Ref: 28809

BY THE LAKE: Beautiful.

house in Oak Hill. 3 bed 2 bath
$3,800.00 monthly ;

Vista Marina Duplex:
Charming 3. bed 3.5 bath
$3,800.00 :

OCEANVIEW HOME — WEST:
Lovely 3 bed, 2.5 bath home.
Pool and much more $4,500.00
per month Web Ref: 24809

WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:
Lovely 3 bed 3 bath home
Ocean views $4,500.00 per
month Web Ref: 34809

Vista Marina THE GROVE :
Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath house.
Traditional Bahamian home
exterior with modern interior.
Beautiful enclosed yard with
mature and_ flowering trees.
Monthly rent $4800.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069

info @ bahamasproperty.com

www.bahamasproperty.com



EXECUTIVE HOMES

FOR RENT
Houses, Apartments, Condos,
West, Paradise Island
beachfront. ated

G
communities. $1,000, $1,500,
$3,000. Much more!
Tel:393-0868/454-1 230

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PAT STRACHAN
Realty Sales

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. 12ft. Pull-up door,
bath, $4,000.00 per month.
Tel 323-1983, 424-8028.

IN A QUIET GATED .
COMMUNITY Boatswain Hill,
Carmicheal Rd. West; newly

built spacious 2bed 1 Bath
apartment, Includes, Air
condition, and water. $750 per
month 1st last and $700
security ta Pete
Serious inquiries only.
Phone 362-1118 or 556-3039

FOR RENT
3 bedroom, 2 bath house
(partially furnished), situated
Joe Farrington Rd,
enclosed,burglar bars,$1,050
per month.Ph: 324-3477

FOR RENT'OR SALE







New duplex apartment, off
Faith Ave.

Tel 324-8510, or 424-0313.
BEAUTIFUL BEACHFRONT
Townhome WINTON

‘ESTATES. Very spacious 3
bed, 2.5 bath Tri-level: home.
State of The Art kitchen and
much more.

Rental: $3,500/M.

Sale: $489,000 Net.
1(242)552-0670

FOXDALE:furnished efficiency
includes all utilities, $600 — -
p.m,1st,last & $350 s/d.

: No kids/pets.
Tel: 364-2240/535-8039

FURNISHED 1 bed/1 bath,
Love Beach, $800. Ph:327-
8827/502-7230 or 467-6559

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT, nightly $40,weekly
$130 includes electricity/water,
Augusta + Meeting St, 2 blocks

outh, close to downtown.
Tel:326-8419

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All utilities included,
no other furniture, kids.
$350 to move in, $160 a week.
Grove area.
326-0669, 376-7110.

FURNISHED ROOM FOR
RENT. Garden Hills #2, $425
per month (neg.).Ph: 328-0134

FURNISHED ROOM, bestroom
set,lights,wter,cable and
telephone,$130 weekly,$300
security deposit.

Tel: 392-6706/456-3834

GARDEN HILLS #3.

One bedroom efficiency apt.
Water, light, a/c included, $550
per month and security deposit.

Ph: 361-3426 .

HAIR BOOTHS FOR RENT
$100 per week.
Serious inquiries only.
Tel 455-3024.

HAIR, NAIL BOOTH for rent.
Professional Salon .
Tel: 341-0420, or 361-0420

JUST 5-MIN FROM COB. New
two 1-bedroom apt, fully
furnished, $650 month, first,
last month + $350 sec. Fully
furnished. Incl: water, light,
b/bars, fenced yard. Call 392-
8822, Ms Aranha.

LARGE 1 BED APT,
water,stove, fridge,
a/c,b/bars,$600 p.m, $400
security, Blue Hill Road
South.Secure well lit yard
available now. Ph: 341-1244

LARGE SEMI-FURNISH 2-bed
2-bath apartment, in High Vista
(off Eastern Rd.); with central
air, security system, hurricane
shutters and attractively
landscape in excellent
condition; with option to lease
furnish. Must see to appreciate
$1300.

Tel 424-4280/ 422-5071.

MARATHON ESTATES: 2 bed,
1 bath, newly built,water
,burglar bars, eat
fans,a/c,washer & dryer, blinds,
gated yard, intercom entry.
$750. Ph:544-4075

MILLER'S HEIGHTS-Centre
Drive off Carmichael Rd.New-
spacious units

Gated entrance-water included,
cable/telephone ready, burgular
screens. First/last and security
required. No children.

2-1 BEDROOM units- $750-
month ae

1 BED 2BATH condo-wood
floors. Master suite &bath-
$975-month.

Loft unit- 2 bed 2 bath-$850-
month 2

Phone: 361-3093

NEAR PI BRIDGE 1-bedroom
1-bath, semi-furnished, $600
per month. Water included. No

pets, no children. Phone 376-
4881. :
NEW 2-bedroom, 1-bath apt

quiet area. $690/pm. Off Faith
Ave. Call 341-6955 per couple.

SEMI-FURNISHED ROOM,

$110 per week, $520 to move
in. Faith Ave. Ph: 426-8548






NEW APTS, Deliverance Way
(Malcom Allotment near K
ennedy Subdivision) 2 bed, 1
bath, ceiling fans,a/c, burglar
bars,gated,cable & telephone
ready, unfurnished,$700/month,
1st & last + security.Contact
Mrs. Reece @ 376-3880

NEW LARGE 1 bedroom
apartment, security bars, tiled,
blinds, air condition, ceiling
* fans, water included, laundry
facilities, telephone and cable
also available, $575 per month.
No children.

Located Carmichael West.
Tel: 326-2331 or 557-9729

NEW one _ bedroom, one bath
wood ceilings, central air,
b/bars. cables, pacious.

must see to appreciate,
$600.Fox Hill.

Ph:427-0363 427-0363.

NEW SPACIOUS 2
BEDROOM, unfurnished
apartment with fridge,blinds,
a/c, water included. cable and
telephone ready. Ideal Estates
off Soldier Rd. $750 p/m,
s/deposit $500.
Ph:465-7214, 454-9576,
449-9272, 361-2976, 676-2702
after 6 p.m

NEW UNFURNISHED, 3 bed,
bath house, #53 - Victoria
Gardens, c/air, burglar bars,
wash room, alarm, $1,000 per
month. Phone 361-4815, 325-
7067, 552-3308.

NEWLY BUILT townhouses,
one block pass Compass Point,
gated community, fridge, stove,
washer and_ dryer, blinds
included, security bars, asking
$1,600. Ph: 394-4359 or 327-
1165, OR 436-0883.

NEWLY RENOVATED § and
spacious 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bath
condo West Bay Street, only a
few minutes from downtown
semi-furnished with fridge,
stove and washing machine
Rent $850 per month, 1st and
last plus $850 security deposit
required. Contact 326-8912.

NICE, clean 1-bedroom Apt.
Very nice, gated community
good area, close to P.|I.
$750. Furnished.
Ph:393-0868/454-1230

NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
325-3939, 327-8271,
Cell 357-4214

NOW AVAILABLE
New tere: 1 bed apt, Butler’s
Way off Carmichael Rd.water &
cable included, $600 per
month, first, last & $500,

security.
Ph: 454-2395/324-6559

OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS
HIGHWAY: 2 BED, 1 BATH,
$700 PER MONTH.

PH: 341-4912, 557-0326,
702-1540

OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS
HWY, spacios 2-bed, 1-bath
apts. cC/air,security bars,water
included,first and last, $750
Bm, s/deposit $500

lh: 394-7607 or 535-8991





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ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT. Light, water &
cable included.$575 a
month,first and last month &
security deposit $400.
Tel: 433-6787 or 468-0139



ONE BEDROOM APT, St
Albans Drive, a/c, w/d,water
included.$550 p/m.

Tel: 364-1697

ONE BEDROOM APT,fully
furnished, a/c, a/c,
light,water,cable,stove,weekly
$150, monthly $600.

Ph: 323-2489, 454-1895 Judy

ONE BEDROOM APT.
Includes light, water,cable &
internet, $625 monthly. First &
last, $200 security deposit.
Ph: 456-3586

-ONE BEDROOM, unfurnished,

$500.00 pm,

-TWO BEDROOM,
unfurnished, $650.00 pm, water
included, Kool Acres.

Call 677-5385, 322-3293, 426-
2117

1 BED, 1-BATH APT, gated
complex, with access control,
FAith Avenue South,$650 per

month, 1st,last & security

deposit required.

Stove,fridge,a/c, & water
included. Ph:341-7781, 424-

5276/434-1952

1 BED, semi-furnished apt.
Cable,water,stove, fridge, a/c,
burglar screens, gas tank &
-private parking. $600 p/m +
$300 security deposit. 1st & last
month required.Ph: 392-0786









ONE BEDROOM in a private
Home for Rent Firetrail Road all
utilities included. Single person
only, must be working $250.00
to move in, $110.00 per week.
Ph# 465-7916 or call 361-2498
after 5pm.

ONE BEDROOM semi-_.
furnished apt in the Western
district,near beach and airport.
Very quiet,electricity and water
included.Asking $950 pm.
Contact 327-7177 Mr. Stuart

ONE BEDROOM spacious apt,
water, washer, dryer, stove,
burglar bars. Phone 359-3931,
362-2153.

1-BEDROOM, wunfurn, large
apt, sec’ bars, fenced-in. (Reg.
firsvlast _& security . dep).
Leeward East. Tel:324-0250.

2 BED, 1 BATH,
semi-furnished,water
included,near Boatswain, $850.
Ph: 327-8827/502-7230 or 434-
4691

2 BED, 1-BATH APT
apartment, $700 a month, $600
security deposit. Include water,

security gates and security
bars, a/c. Phone:326-2878

2 BED,1 BATH.APT off
Pinewood Garden, $750
first/last,water, a/c, private

wash, furnished. Tel: 394-8053 -

or 380-2248

2 BED/1 BATH APT,
. Boatswain Hill, $675-$450
security. Water,fridge &stove
included.Tel: 362-0647 (hm),
431-4508 Cell

2 BED/1 BATH, fully
furnished,water,washer/dryer,
near Boatswain, $1,050.
Ph: 327-8827 or 434-4091/467-
6559

2 BEDROOM APT,
unfurnished, Carmichael Rd,
opposite R.B.C $625 a
month,water included.
Tel: 394-7469, 535-9806, 361-
6813,432-5768

SOUTH BEACH: 1-BEDROOM
EFFICIENCY, $525 . month,
first, last +$300 security
deposit. Light, cable, A/C and
water included. No pets/kids.
Tel: 392-0923, 636-6678

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
FOR RENT. All utilities
included. Light, water, cable,
fridge and stove. Mace Rd
West, $700 month.
Contact: 454-6746/341 -9033

1 BEDROOM APT,
unfurnished,water,cable,
included, #33.West St. near
Delancey St. $500 p/m.
‘Call 393-9000

1 BEDROOM APT, efficiency in

Johnson Road area, a/c,
cable, light, burglar bars
included, no kids, or pets, $580
per month, $200 security
deposit. First and last month
required to move in.

Tel: 636-6409.

1 SPACIOUS BEDROOM
apartment for rent. Furnished,
$800, first and last month rent.

$200 security deposit.
Cable,a/c, light and
water. Tel: 356-6914

ONE BEDROOM, unfurnished

apartment for rent. $550
monthly, water, electricity not
included, first month & last
month required, security
deposit $ 400. Tel: 364-8013,
454-7769 or 397-1755

VERY SPACIOUS unfurnished
2 bedroom apt, security
screens, nothing included,
South Beach area. $650

1 BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,

fullly furnished, light,water &
cable included, nicely gates
yard, $600 per month.
Tel: 361-3447 / 565-9693

ROOM FOR RENT
All utilities included.$140 p.w,
$200 security deposit.$480 to
move in, own bathroom.
Tel: 341-0992, 502-3900 no
pets/children

SANDYPORT ISLAND
COTTAGE FOR RENT
Beautiful home on canal, 4 bed,
3 baths,- private dock, beach,
carport, central a/c & more.
$5,500 per month. Call 427-

3588.

SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE
FOR RENT

2 storey, 2 bedroom unit on
canal. Beautifully furnished.
$4,000 per month.

Call 427-3588.

__FOR RENT

APARTMENT FOR RENT SEMI- FURNISHED, one NEED LIVE-IN housekeeper, | A TRAINED EARLY


















Christian married couples only. bedroom apartment. Joe reliable, hardworking, honest & CHILDHOOD TEACHER IS
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom Farrington Rd.Fridge,stove, mature woman to look after NEEDED in January 2010 fora
apartment,water and basic water included,$600 per children, perform housework local Pre-School.Interested







persons should contact th
school at telephone 425-0656
for further information.

NEEDED
Auto Body repair person, $225
p/w.Tel: 364-3132

CHRISTIAN TEACHER
NEEDED
FOR JANUARY, 2010 at
private Christian school in
Nassau. Only trained Bahamian

or Permanent. Resident
teachers. who are fluent in

and willing to cook when

required. Must speak
Spanish.Contact P.O.Box N-
3945

month.1st & last plus $400

security deposit required.Phone

9242)359-3521 or (242) 465-
3060

cable included, $700 per
month, $350 deposit, off Blue

3 Hill Road, South

-Tel: 361-7268/466-3537

SEMI-FURNISHED, water,
light, cable. Bel Air Estates. Ph:
341-0420, or 361-0420

, STAPLEDON: 1-bed, 1-bath
Apt, fridge, stove, water, A/C.
No kids/pets. $650/pm. Phone
427-7409.










ACCOUNTING CLERK
OFFICE ASSISTANT
(Part-time) 3/4-day week
Required for small professional

office (Duration 8-16 weeks)
Qualifications

Associates Degree in
Accounting or equivalent,






SPACIOUS 2 bed/1 bath in
Yamacraw area.
semi-furnished,water
included,$750 p/m, $500
security deposit.

Tel: 324-3575 or 424-7224



































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TAKE AWAY, $1,000 p/m. | Spacious 2-bed/1-bath Apt, | Computer : literate, i i
Convenience Store $1500 p/m, | washer/ drye__ r/fridge/stove, Gorane. oral iewincoe: of oo eed 3 ‘sat oe Tesora
Liquor Store/Bar $1500 p.m central A/C & ceiling fans, Spreadsheet, Applications, Minimum of two years

Efficiency/Apt $150, $175, 31 25
p.w. Gladstone Road
-Ph: 359-3614, 432-9813,
425-9668

TOWNHOUSE style, 1-bed, 1
1/2 bathroom apartment.
Water, light & cable included.
Refrigerator & stove. $700
month, first, last + $300 sec
depo.

Tel aie 324-5314, 448-9896,
448-989.

TWO BED, ONE BATH for
rent, Misty Gardens, a/c,

ceiling fans,water and cable
included. First and last +
deposit $700. Ph: 341-1469

TWO BEDROOM APT.1 bath
Millar's Height ,off Carmichael
Road. Phone/cable ready, A/C,
burglar bars water
included.$675 per month.
Tel: 361-1374

TWO-BED, 1-BATH
apartment, South Beach, near
C. V Bethel & Clinic, fenced
yard, a/c burglar bats, ceiling
fans,water included.$750 per
month, security $700.First &
last. Ph: 361-1835, 324-1644,
556-0316

1 BEDROOM APT, semi-
furnished,Johnson Terr,
Fox Hill, $550 per m
onth,fridge,stove,a/c, ceiling
fan, fenced in yard,blinds,
security deposit $300,First and
last rent. Ready Dec 25.364-

3691 or 557-1205

ONE LARGE spacious
bedroom, 1 bath off Golden
Gates # 2, includes security
bars, ceiling fans and
completely tiled out. $700
monthly,first and last month
rent. Security deposit $400.
Ph: 361-2731 or 341-6782

ONE BEDROOM, one bath,
fully furnished apt,
practically new furnitures,
water,cable,gas,a/c,b/bars,
enclosed. Off St. Vincent.
$675.Ph: 364-7461-

WESTWARD VILLAS:
1-bedroom apt, all utilities,
incl: w/washer & dryer.
$1100/month, fully furnished.
Tel: 327-2184, or 422-1296

WESTWINDS SUB.
24 Hr security,gated
community, 2 bed,
2bath, fridge,stove,central
a/c,water included, $1,400 per
month. 1st + last, $700 security
deposit. Tel: 535-1052

binds, security, water incl. Tel &
cable ready. $850 per month,
first, last & $500 sec dep. No
children, pets. Tel:427-
9758/359-3003.

experience an asset. Please e-
mail resume to:
teach/app @ gmail.com

computerized and manual
accounting systems, Data Entry
Reconciliations, Ledger write-
ups Word-processing and
General Office duties. Typing
skills required: Junior/Level
position (Age:20-29), valid
driver's licence.

Start date: January, 2010
Apply to Accountemps
Fax:323-3700
PO Box N8560

BUS DRIVER NEEDED -
Route 19. Must have valid
publis setgvice drivers license
and at least 2 years
experience. All documents
must be up to date.

Call 327-3995,448-6307, 376-

: 4426






















































ELECTRICAL SERVICES
House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and 24-hrs
service calls.

Call me for a FREE quote,
465-8373.













3 BED, 2 BATH
TOWNHOUSE, Sea Beach
utilities
included, $600 monthly.
Professional female, 27 years
and older. Call : 535-4541

WANTS TO SHARE
Female looking for a mature
female to share 2-bedroom 1-
bath house. $450 per month,
light, water, phone, cable
included. 1st/last & $150 sec.
Tel 324-1957.


















FIRST CLASS

General Maintenance
Electrical, Plumbing,
Painting, Tiling, Telephone
Wiring, Drywall, Masonry.
Call today for a FREE quote.

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BUS DRIVER NEEDED with
valid documents, Police
Record, serious inquiries only.

Ph:445-4891 or 361-3232

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED
FOR GOD'S STOREHOUSE
GREAT COMMISSION
MINISTRIES
INTERNATIONAL. WE CARE
FOR THE POOR AND
HURTING. VOLUNTEER
TRAINING !S SCHEDULED
FOR THE LAST WEEK IN
JANUARY 2010. REGISTER
TODAY. WE.NEED BUS
DRIVERS, TRUCK DRIVERS,
TEACHERS (FOR OUR
AFTER-SCHOOL
PROGRAMME AND THE
“SAVE THE CHILDREN”

CLUB), PAINTERS, ~
GARDENERS,
CARPENTERS, MASONS,
PLUMBERS AND
ELECTRICIANS. WE ALSO
NEED FAITHFUL
VOLUNTEERS FOR OUR
COMPUTER LAB TO TEACH
COMPUTER BASICS AND
MUSIC TEACHERS TO
ASSIST WITH OUR “SAVE
THE CHILDREN” MARCHING
BAND. WE WELCOME
HUSBAND AND WIFE TEAMS
WITH A PASSION TO HELP
AT RISK YOUTH. YOUR
COMMUNITY SERVICE IS
NEEDED NOW. INVEST
YOUR TIME, TALENT AND
TREASURE IN GOOD
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CONTACT GREAT
COMMISSION MINISTRIES
TODAY BY CALLING 325-5801
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STORE SUPERVISOR
WANTED
One of the Bahamas leading
wholesalers is looking fora
Supervisor.

This is a fantastic opportunity
for an experienced, energetic,
professional and ambiious
supervisor to join a dynamic
and expanding company.
Email resume to:
island.jewels @ hotmail.com

EPPHANY’S PARLAIR
BEAUTICIAN & NAIL
TECHNICIAN NEEDED.
PHONE 456-0814.

WANTED: Experienced
barbers with clientel for new
barber shop. Must be
professional and able to
perform hot towel services.
Call 466-0056(D) or 341-7948
(Evening)

WANTED
Live-in housekeeper.
Cell 465-2676

YOUNG LADY to work in straw
market. Must have selling
experience. Tel:392-3808.

Call from 5-7 afternoon

ESTABLISHED CHRISTIAN
PRE-SCHOOL is seeking 2
Experienced & Qualified Pre-
school Teachers for
January 2010
Must love children and be
hardworking, dependable and

professional.
Call:323-3137 or 325-1802 for
an interview























































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FROM STRUT
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Dec 21st - 24th
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TUESDAY, DECEMEBER 29, 2009,PAGE 27

ONGRING CREOLE

NEED A QUICK EASY PASSE JUST IN FROM JAPAN FOR SALE

CHRISTMAS LOAN BY aa of aaaneee ee New Arrivals Used quality parts 30” Stove $190 (used)

Apply today! Private lending. 5339 : i & engine. Y.S.G. Motors opp |’4 Pcs. Living Set (used) Sofa, 2
No bank involved. . Mucka Mucks, East Street next | side chairs, 1 coffee table $365





ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS | AIRBRUSH MAKEUP BY RPF

Construction, Renovations, offering full service aribrushed
Cabinets, Tiling, etc. make overs for all occassions.

Reasonable pies also interior Call 455-5741/364-9327








decorating. for appointment. Tel:322-4655 544-8251 to $20 Shop. 1 Laptop Netbook $225 slightly
Call 323-1095/636-8247 Dewgard Plaza, Madeira St Latest Models - Honda, Torneo, _ used ©
NOW OPEN!! Avalon, Windom, Odyssey, Maytag side by side $990



slightly used(white)

Prestige and many more.
Tel:464-7354

AUTO SOLUTIONS
Phone 328-7504, 535-5481,

COLORS HAIR STUDIO RECESSION PRICE

A-1 PAYLESS

- NOW OPEN By Ali Capron Special Dont Miss It
Selling New & Used www.colorshairstudio.com Nails $9.99 i sony ese Pec __ | 935-9737. FOR SALE
Tires & Windshields 394-7400 Airbrush $25.00 SVanenG ee ; 5-pe_ Single bedroom Set
Installation & Sales Opp. Cable Bahamas Pedicure $20.00 Wheel chair & crotch $250 MUST SELL $1,000

Harn avic e500 Whirlpool 25cu.ft. side by side,

water & ice $999
ey ean” Apt or- Family sz fridge from

RESTURANT EQUIPMENT 3 Pc Living room set |
22"TV Armoire $1,000
Tel: 535-9333, 9-3p.m.

Tel:322-2648/466-7111

BRAIDS ..8y mei

Lg Drinks Cooler $1200
Deep Freeze $400
Deep Fryer $400

Specializing in: Shingles, rope $325
ee a Kinky twist é Va 00 Kitchen Aid stainless steel elec ea Bean new Ladies clothing
Free house calls available. Tel:433- 7276" stove, like new $575 Lg. St $500 - Size:4, 6, 8, 10& 12
Tel:429-5809. Elec family sz stove $350 Ge SIOVE . All De
KK Armoire w/lights $500 esigner

Whirlpool washer fr $399 :
[| irom 725 dryer elec or gas Tel:455-5350
from $725

WARS FOR SALE

. ener a Whirlpool elec dryer $425 Ice Cream store/great
CADY. SEEKS, reliable ¢ evening | 52” cable TV from $650 location.Ph: 424-3566
job from 6 p.m to care forthe | 9-drawer bureau with mirror ——

Extra low prics.
Telephone:422-5071

CONTAINER FOR SALE
New King blankets $35



ar 8,000 watts generator $600
_ elderly, babysitting, $225 : xBox 360, $299 Tool set $200
office,cleaning ,caregiver etc. Sofa bed, full size $275 G r 4 Tel:556-9271/324-3180
SS Tel: 466-1594 Queen leather sofa $399 ames $25 : ;
ATTENTION RETIREE Single Love seat sofa bed $250 Tel: 324-2560 FOR SALE
MIKE’S JANITORIAL Dining room table 4 chairs FOR SALE

Jamis Dakar mountain bike.

Three years old, in perfect

condition. Top components.
ere: Call 424-1539

CLEANING SERVICE
Will be offering a special from
December, 21st to January



wood $250
Chest Freezer $225
Upright freezer $275

3 pe Livingroom set $1800
4 pc dinette $325
Entertainment Ctr. $325
Computer $250

BGCSE PREP

30th 2010 -Math
FOR ALL YOUR CLEANING | -Accounts ec ee ee
NEEDS:



-Economics pice eee f $99 Printer $30
KORA'SNATURAL AND | _ industidl Boop Cleaning, | “Enirapencrahip Sacer aie aes eeu aanG Pis8-6768
PERM HAIR CHRISTMAS | Pressure Washing, Sidewalks | -English Elee generator 4,000 watt BHP HGH SALE —



& Other surfaces
Window Washing

SPECIAL
Call for an appointment
565-0473

-Business Management $425 White 16 gb Apple IPhone $900 GOD'S STOREHOUSE
13 week oe Pa Feb 3, | Elec lawnmower $175 New Nintendo Wii $399 DONATE FOOD, MONEY,
Elimination of Mold & Mildew Filing cabinet 4-drawer legal | Super Mario Galaxy for Wii $80 | FURNITURE OR VEHICLES
565-0473 General Space Cleaning Registration ree egings Jan 20th | $225 Mario Party 8 for Wii $80 TO GREAT COMMISSION
Call 448-7808 or 395-4745 for at Telios Campus, 2-drawer filing cabinet fr $50 NBA 2K10 for X-Box 360 $80 MINISTRIES INTL, GOD'S
FREE Estimation & Highland Park Tel: 362-6040 _Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe STOREHOUSE. WE CARE
Demonstration Tues & Thursday 5:30 -7, for XBos 360 $80 FOR THE POOR. TITHES
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Saturday 10-12 AND OFFERINGS ARE



BEDROOM SET $2,200.00

Tel: 325-5060 WELCOMED IN GOD'S

@ The Diva Spot
Market & Coconut Grove Ave
Airbrush $35
Money Nails $50
Cheesecake $50
Open Late
Ph: 454-2395 or 322-3655

NAILS BY VALENCIA
Full Set, Airbrush White. Also
Tips on Big Toes. Airbrush
White for only $40.00
All Services on Tuesday’s are
$5.00 off
Call for Appointment 525-9917



CAREFREE
CARPET CLEANING

eDIRTY FUNITURE?
eDIRTY CAR SEATS?

eDIRTY CARPET?
(Like New)



*If we can’t clean it throw it
away”. Fast drying.
Closed:Saturday

Tel:(242)325-5108
Tel/Fax:(242)362-1444

CHOICE PAINTERS

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Starting at $399.00
FREE estimate, 636-4421, 392-

1194.

GET A QUICK LOAN $50-
$150 Loan.
Call 322-8856, 322-4655, 544-
8251.

Pedicure, Tip on Two Big Toes
Tip on Nail, Airbrush White for
“ only $39.99

CREATIVE NAILS

By Trevina
Is now running specials on nail
for the Christmas on
Cheesecake Nails, Airbrush,
Spa Manicure and Spa
Pedicure, Glass and Glitter
Nails, Tammy Taylor and Pink
Sand Nail. Call 322-3655 or
556-8418 (anytime)

SMALL BUSINESS
HANDBOOKS

BUSINESS PLANS AND
BUSINESS SEMINARS
Registration ....... $25
(Material and Refreshments)
Basic Bookkeeping

Seminar: Dec 12 _ am
Handbook ...... $25

Business Plans Handbooks ©
New/Existing Business ($5) off
Business Survival Pack
($5) off

Bookkeeping Journals
(Includes Instructions)

New Business Kit ($5) off

A Small Business Guide
Business Plans Specials
Advice and Plans Preparation
Quicksbooks Accounting
Set-up and Problem Solving
Business Success Pack

($5) off

Managing Your Money
Checklist ($10)

Tele: 325-7313.....322-6000
Fax: 323-3700

F A Hepburn & Co
Chartered Accountants &
Small Business Consultants



COMPUTER TUTORING

For MOUS course
Tel: 393-1855, 423-5339.

ELEMENTARY HELP
- CLASSES
ere 2-6,
Reading Engish,

Science, Guar ean CTC, $57:
3983

INDIVIDUAL SAXOPHONE,
CLARINET & THEORY OF
MUSIC LESSONS

For children & Adults
Students taking above subjects
are prepared for examinations

with the Royal Schools of
Music.
Instrumentation and arranging
for all instruments in marching
and stand bands, wind or
brass. Tel 324-3600.

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots:Course
Instrument.&.Commercial

“Theory.
535-2484 359-0904
Email:
flightshopbahamas @ hotmail.
com



FLAT SCREEN 42” Panasonic
T.V $900.00

Microwave $55 °
COMPUTER STAND $65. 00
ALL ITEMS LIKE NEW
PH: 429-1052
ROACH POWDER
$2.00
It works great.

Call The Ting-Um Store,
Wong's Plaza, Madeira Street.

Ph: 328-3970



"D4. 000 BTU, $599 store

fixttres and garment racks
$59 Tel: 454-3470



BUY IT NOW!
Washer $375
Air Conditioner $150
LCD Computer Monitor $200
Call 426-6561

FOR SALE
Mahogany Secretariat desk and
executive desk, excellent
condition. 424-4280/422-5071

FOR SALE
One large double door fridge
$450 O.N.O

PS3 120 GB, new $500 with 1
game,$475 without and new
‘PSP go $400.Call 431-
0619/356-5794

FOR SALE
Used HP laptop P4 $275 |
Used IBM p3 $175
Remote controlled planes &
Helicopters $49.99
Used HP & Dell Desktop
Computer $199 (CPU Only)
Contact: 423-0301

Madagascar 2 for XBox 360
$70

Contact: 242-448-2686
u4lexx @ yahoo.com

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Everything Must Go
Ductless a/c (2 Ton)

Under Bar Beer Cooler

Strobe Lights

Cash Registers & Much More
Tel: 436-8874



CHAS TMA. a MUST



Lovely gift bath 3 eats from $3,99
(excellent gift idea)
Big Bath Towels, 22”x57”" $5.75

Quality Wash/Bath Towels, 13”
x13
3 ft. Christmas Trees $8.50
Christmas Ornaments (12
packs) from $1.50
Cute Laies Flip’FLops (sz6-10)
Other items available come an

check out. going fastt
Call 428-2895 for irections and

STOREHOUSE. WE
PROVIDE FOOD, SHELTER,
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
THERAPY ,YOUTH
PROGRAMMES,
COUNSELLING FOR AT RISK
YOUNG PEOPLE AND

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO

NEEDY FAMILIES..
BUSINESSES, INDIVIDUALS,
CHURCHES AND
ORGANIZATIONS ARE
ASKED TO MAKE REGULAR
MONTHLY DONATIONS OF
SUPPLIES OR FINANCES TO
GOD'S STOREHOUSE.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND
SUPPORT. VISIT US AT THE
ERMA MILLER
CENTRE, 16 WULFF ROAD
OR CALL US AT 325-5801 OR
328-3140. “HELP US TO
HELP OTHERS”. BECOME A
REGULAR DONOR TODAY.

GRAND
BAHAMA

CLASSIFIED.



LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER to
perform general household -
duties for family and guests,
including meal preparation and
care for 3 dogs and 2 cats.
Must have valid driver's
license. Telephone 373-5460
for interview.




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000 Victoria Court. | hed, 1 the aoe pool. #6377 Heather Petersen
— Cable Beach, fully furnished 2 bed 2 2 bath condo #6931 Ritchie and Roshanne

; +4,000 Montage 1 Villas 2 bed 1.5 bath. Laminate floors throughout, #6946 Heather Peterson
$249,000 Love Beach, 2 bed, 2 bath condo with ocean views, $6897 Jane-Michele Bethel

$375,000 Western District 2 2 bed, 2

Bethel

$425,000 Sandford Deive, 3 bed, 3.5 bath townhouse #5919 Rudy Carroll

$640,000 Port New Providence 3 bed, 3.5 bth. Puol, marina. #6688 Spencer White

$699,000 Cable Beach Exclusive condo, unique 3 bed, 3 batt 3,000 + sq. ft #6686 /Jane-

Michele Bethe?

$788,000(from)} Love Beach Walk Beach front condo 3 bed, 3.5 bath 1,800 sq. ft #6088

$636,000 Dick's Point. 3 bed, 3 bath w/poal, dock slip. #5718 Heather Peterson

$1,625,000 Bayroc 3 bed, 3 S bath updated, furnished, Sea views. #6882 Spencer White

$2,700,000 Yolanda, Paradise island enthouse, stunning views. #6988 Colin Lightbourn

$2,774,500 Ocean Club Estates - 3 bed, 3 bth condo wiviews & many amenities & Heather

Peterson

roa (REDUCED) - Paradise Island, Ocean Club Residences 4 bed, bath 6,724 sq.
. #6575

2bath ocean front condo w/ shared pool #6275 Jane Michele

HOMES
$165,000 Off Farrington Road. 3 bed, 2 bth, Enclosed yard. #6908
Era Windsor Estates. 2 bed, | bth. Covered porch. Enclosed comer lot, #6907 Spencer

$38 900 Pinewood, 3 bed, 2 bath recently renovated #6306 Rudy Carroll

$314,000 Eastern Road 2 hed,2 bath, fully furnished, recently rertovated #6283

$395,060 Winton Meadows. 4 bed, 2 bth. Newly built, #6942 Rudy Carroll

$425,000 Ridgeway off Eastern Rd. 3 bed, 2 bath home. Open plan kitchen, enclosed yard.
#6915 Jane Michele Bethel

$425,000 Dadge Road 3 bed, 2.5 bth. Pool, Landscaped. #4957 Rudy Carroll

$450,000 Prince Charles. 4 bed, 2 bth. Enclosed on large lot, #6936 Rudy Carroll

$460,000 High Vista 4 bed, 3 bath large family home with poo! #6684 Jane-Michele Bethel
oe Grove Home dbeds 4.5baths immaculate family home w/ pool and extras

$I, "570,000 Coral Harbour, 3 bed, 3 bath luxurious, beach frant #6301 Jane-Michele Bethel
$1,775,000 Sandyport. 4 bed, 3.5 bth. Pool. Gated development. #6945 Rudy Carroll
$5,900,000 Paradise Island, Ocean Club, 4 bed, 4 bath, 6,724 sq. ft. M575

_ — Lyford Cay, 5 bed, 5.5 bath fuxury home, 2.4 acres property #6926 Jane-Michele

5350; 000 Geean Club Estates, 5 bed. 5.5 bath, brand new #6179 Spencer White

VACANT LOFS
$79,000 Redwood 48° x 150! off Soldier Road #6865 Rudy Carroll
$85,000 Serenity Subdivisiog, Mt. Pleasant, gated. #6676
$99,500 Coral Breeze, Coral Harbour Single Family lot 75’ x 100° gated #5916
$99,900 Venice Bay Subdivision single family lots #6234
$110,000(from) Westwind Single family lot, gated #6663,6453
$150,000 High point Estates. Elevated triplex Lot. 8,825 sq.ft. #6997 Heather Peterson
$167,000 Charlatteville “'d2Turabury”'d3 60° x 100° lot. #6240 Heather Peterson
$175,000 Saffron Hill, West Bay St., gated, 7,950 sq. ft. #5383
$145,000(from) Rose Island 100° x 0 sea tosea. 100 ft. of beachfront #6577,6367 Heather
Peterson
$180,000 Jacaranda Gated community, 11.361 sq, it. single family lot #6664 Rudy Carroll
$190,000 (fram) Palm Cay. New Eastern Development. Gated on water. #6725
$228,000 Clearview 15,533 sq. ft. single family fot #6256

$239,000 Indigo - seat Jot wi partial ocean views, 7,200 sq ft. gated community in west
#6733 Jane-Michele Bethe!
$325,000(each) East End. ‘ Waterfront lots Each {08x 228, #6922 Rudy Carroll
$365,000{Reduced to) Winton Terrace-31,209 sq. ft. fot. w/ nice elevations that will allow for
ocean views. #6858 Rudy Carroll
$425,000 Dodge Rd 3 bed, 2.5 bth. Pool. Fruit trees. Great neighbourhood. #6957 Rady

Carroll
$437,000 Reduced. Off Eastern Road 30,857 sq. ft. Jot with amazing views #6316 Rudy
Carroll

. $1,595,000 (includes house plans) Ocean Club Estates. Over #’Sf. acre overlooking lake and
golf course. #6985 Colin Lighthours

MULTI-FAMILY 1 1

$67,500 Bacardi Road 4 separate lots Each 3,264sf. Utilities, Paved. Each lot $67,500
#6953,6954, 6955,6956 Rudy Carroll

$118,000 Imani Estates, Adelaide Road near Atbany - single family triplex lots from
$119,000 Tuscan Shores South Westridge - Single family fots 60’ x 130° New gated community
#6697

$120,000 Coral Breeze, Coral Harbour Duplex lot 75° x 1007 gated 85915
$130,000 Venice Bay 10,080 sq. ft. lots, Gated, #6235

COMMERCIAL

$395,000 East Street, Wulff Rd 2 Storefronts; 5 bed, 3 bath, high traffic area #6880
$388,000 Marathon Road 4 bed, 2 bath, high traffic area #0308 Rudy Carroll

$745,000 Dawdswell Street. 2 buildings totaling 6,500 sq. ft. Great reatal income. #7007
Pleasants Higgs. 3

$750,000 Queen Street. [Historic building. Needs renovating. Nr. US embassy. #6920 Mike
Lightbourn

$4,850,000 West Bay Street, 5.5 acres #5270 Spencer White

RENTALS

$1,000 § bed. | bath condo Eastern Road. Pool and private pati.. No pets or kids. #R OSTE

$1,200 Cable Beach, unfurnished 2 bed 2 1/2 condo #ROS(T Ritchie and Roshanne Eyma
$1,400 Paradise {sland T bed, 1 bath, furnished, pool, gated #RO294 Heather Peterson
$1,450 Cable Beach fully furnished 2 bed 2 1/2 condo #ROAST Ritchie and Roshanne Eymna
$1,800 Pilot House, 2 bed, 2 bath, wood floors, renovated, pool, gated, harbour views. aRbd99
Heather Peterson *

$2,000 Sandyport, Olde Towne, 2 bed, 2 bath condo with water views, RUZA7 Jane-Michele
Bethel

$2,500 Paradise Island, 2 bed, 2 bath. Pool. Punished, ROSH2

$2,900 Treasure Cove. 3 bed, 2.5 bth. Pool. landscaped yard. ROEG6S Fane Michele Bethel







Feeneeneae: See, GESkeN {PSRs SS
WAKE UIGHTOOURT HEATHER PETERSON



$2,900 Westward Villas, 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath house, fully furnished #R0437 Ritehic & Roshanne
Eyma a
$3,200 Paradise Island 2 bed, 1 1/4 bath. Furnished. Pool. #R@503

$3,300 Treasure Cove, 3 bed,2 bath Furnished, #R0478 Heather Peterson

$4,200 Charlottesville 4 bed, 3.5 bth. Fully loaded. Beautifully furnished. #RO497 Jane

' Michele Bethel

$4,500 Skyline Drive 4 bed, 3.5 bth. Unfurnished. #R0458

$5,000 - West Sea Views, Executive 4 bed family home, 3,000sq ft #RO396

$6,500 Bayroc 3 bed, 3.5 bath ~ Gated, sea views, pool ‘& beach #0329 Spencer White

$6,800 Sandyport, 4 bed, 3 bath Tommy Bahama Luxury Home #R0477 Jane-Michele Bethel

—— Luxuriaus Lyford Cay home . S bed, 5.5 bath, pool cabana, gencrator #R0378 Jane-
hele Bethel

COMMERCIAL RENTALS

$1,000 Centreville Office Unit. #R6290 Jane Michele Bethel

$1,950 1,650 sq. ft warchouse space in West. 24 hr. security. #ROSO9 Jane Michele Bethel
$2,000 Downtown offices, 2nd Floor, Multiple offices 1,735Sq Ft. #R0376 Spencer White
$2,000 Sandyport ~ ground floor retail space #RO384 Spencer White

$3,000 Downtown 1.500sq. ft. newly renovated. #0471 Heather Peterson

$5,000 Downtown Shirley Street Office Bldg 2.500 a {t #RO340 Spencer White

EXUMA
$10,000.00 Sin, we family vacant, 10,000 sq. ft BS 7 East # 6734 Dale Kemp

$10,000.00 Each lot, 5 tots side by side, 6,600 sq. ft each, Bahama Sound 3, # 6916 Dale Kemp
$17,000(new price) = -each 2 adjacent single family fots - Bahama Island Beach, Litde Exuma

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Cros each) Sq.) ft. Near to beach #6709 Dale Kemp
2 side by side multi-family lots BS.7 East.4 6692 Dale Kemp
$100,000, WO at waterfrant fat with beach, 10,800 sq.ft. BS 11 # 6983 Dale Kemp
$2.5 mif Big Farmer's Cay Exuma, (8 acre tract, 510 fU beachfront #6258 Mike Lightboum

ELEUTHERA

$26,000 Eleuthera Island Shores 9,600 sq. ft. hilltop lot ~ views of Adantic, close to “Surfers
Beach” #617! Ritchie & Reshanne Eyms

$30,000 Whale Point - 14,000 sy. ft #6243 Eddie Minnis

Sai Rainbow Bay, Eleuthera-vacant fat (14,230 sq. ft) with oven views #5869 Spencer
White

$35,000 Oleander Gardens, Bleuthera 10,696 sq, fl. elevated lot, north of Gregory Town, all
uulities underground: beach within walking distance #55895 Ritchie & Roshanne Eyma
$35,004 Bahama Palm Shores. Lot 4 Bik#11, #6952

_ $35,000 Eleuthera Island Shores fot 80" x 120” #6289 Jeannette Knowles

$150,000 Whale Point Clif. lot right on the Atlantic with panoramic views and great
tion, Beach access #6244 Eddie Minnis

$175,000 Whale Point - 75’ x 400° - set on 50 ft. cliff with great view 25968 Eddie Minnis
$175,000 Current Road, ‘beautifit 0.884 acre lot with 80.41. on waterfront with all utifities
available, open zoning 46630 Eddie Minnis

$250,008 Whale Poi Fx 400" - panoramic views of Harbour Island, the Adantic Ocean
and Bottom Harbour #5969 Eddie Minnis ;

$299,000 Whale Point - (1.173 sq. ft. beach front lot #6731 Ritchie & Roshanne Eyma
$349,800 Spanish Wells. 2 Bed, 2 bath, 1800 sq. fU house, 6720 sq. ft, Lot, #6680 Lennie
Johnson

$325,000 Rock Sound, 4 Bed, 3 bath, 3+ Acres, Pool. #6291 Brian Hanne

$399,000 Spanish Wells, western view: 2 bed, 1 bath, public park and beach #6703 Lonnie
Jabnson

$510,000 Waterfront Whale Point Lot over an acre of prime reaf estate, sweeping views.
great elevation. Perfect focation for dock #6242 Eddie Minnis

$520,500 Spanish Wells, uptown cottage, good view fromthe Loft of the channel entrance,
3 bed, 2 bathroom $6693 Lonnie Johnson

$l GOD, (HI0 2. 4 acre beachfront fot an Russell Isiand from road to sea, 195’on waterfront
facing south. Great views! #6724 Lonnie Johanson

$2,790,000 Nosth Palmetto Point, Eleuthera 4.99 acres, 500 it of sandy beach 26628













NASSAU OFFICE

Coidwell Banker Tel: 242-393-8630 » Fax: 242-393-8629 °« email: info@coldwelibankerbahamas.com

~ LONG ISLAND

“$320,000 USD 3 bed, 3 bath home avvoss from beach. 2

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HARBOUR ISLAND
$690,000 & $480,000 Two lots on Queen’s Street, the 16.680 sq. ft. back lot allows for scenic.
ocean views and the other Jot, over 12,000 sq. ft, is near the beach. Can be bought separately
. together #6714 & #6715 Robert Arthur

000,000 Valentines Abaco 206b Condo and 60ft Deck Great views, 1 bedroom. Can be
=n separately Condo 695,000 and Dock 375,000 #6849 Robert Arthur
$1.2 yee eee Beach House ~ Beachfront home, 2 bed 2 bath outdoor shower.#6814
Rebert Arthur

. $1,980,800 Yellow Moon, Near Romora Marina, 4 Bed, 3 bath, 128° of waterfront, 96 ft dock _

#6175 Robert Arthur

$1,900,000(Reduced) Ai Ease, Quecns Highway, Brand new, 5 bed, 5 bth. 1 block from
beach #6668 Robert Arthur

$8,900.000 Kings Country near Pink Sands, dividable 5 acres with three homes, views and
rental income #6770 Robert Arthur

ABACO

$38,000 Bahama Palm Shores. Several lots available in this growing community. Approx. 1/4
acre in size and access to a lovely 8 mile beach. #6887 Mailin Sands

$45,000 Murphy Town - vacant lat 164’ x 120° part of subdivided piece #6673 Lee Pinder
$51,500 Vision Heights. Marsh Harbour affordable lots near the heart of town #6435 Mailin
Sands

$70,000 Lubber’s Quarters, Abaco - vacant lot with Marina and Beach access #6651 Spencer
White

$89,500, Yellowwood Creek- Several large hilltop lots available. Views of the creeks. Near
Winding Bay and Cherokee Sound.- starting at $89,500 Ref#7000 Mailin Sands

$105,000 Ocean Bivd - ‘Treasure Cay building lot with beach access 86405 Chris Farrington
$150; no Bahama Palm Shores, vacant camer lot 135’ x 142’, unobstructed ocean views #6672
Lee Pinder

$194,500 Sunrise Bay, Marsh Harbour-lot with 2,500sq{t partial foundation for well designed
home. Plans available for review. Gated comamunity, beach access. Dock slips are available.
Fantastic opportunity! #6896 Mailin Sands ;
$249,000 Tucked Away, Sand Banks - 2 bed, 2 bath, 1,100 sq. ft. runs from high to Sea of
Abaco, 1.4 acres #6582 Mailin Sands

$370,000 Leisure Lee - 5 bed, 2 bath, 1,600 sq. ft. furnished, community beach access
Â¥5366 Main Sands

$249,500 (REDUCED) Lubber's Quarters, east side, waterfront 100° x 200 #6671 Mike

us $350,080 Man-O-War Cay- 3 bed, 2 bath home locate don the waterfront street. Features
covered deck, close to amenttics and short watk fo beach. #6691 Mailin Sands

$548,000 Simmons Place, Marsh Harbour - 4 commercial units, and 2 rental units (Tbed/? bath).
#6766 Mailin Sands

$950,000 Lubbers Quarters 4.5 acres sea tos sea #6454 Mike Lightbourn

GREEN TURTLE CAY |
anneal 000 Baha Palm, Shores, vacant 1/2 acre lot across street from beach #6648 Chris
‘arin:
$632, Y Sea to Sea building lot with a brand new dack and a studio cottage, #6898 Chris

gana? 2 bed, 2 bath widock & nearby resort #6835 Chris Farrington
$350,000 Leisure Lee 166° beachfront lot in seed: community # oat Chris Farrington
$875,000 3 bed, 2 bath w/pool and dock # 6823 Chris Farrington

TREASURE CAY

$50,000 Treasure Cay residential lot near entrance #6659 Shirley Carroll
$620,000 3 bedroom, 2 bath hilltop on 6 acre waterfront lot. #§782 Shirley Carroll
$99,000 Ocean Blvd. fot acrass from beach. #6854 Shirley Carroll

$70,000.1.3 acre lot an $.C. Booile highway. #6772 Shirley Carroll

SAN SALVADOR
$15,000 (from) vacant lots, Columbus Landings #6618 Jane-Michele Bethel
BIMINI :

$175,000 3/bed 2/bath new home with lots of amenities. Close to beach and marinas. South
Bimini 175K. Owner financing available. #6834 Katherine Weeck

$35,000 60x120 lots an Center Ridge, in Stroskein Estates. Close to beach and marinas. 35K
cach, #5796 Katherine Weeek

$79,000 waterfront lots in quict, pristine area of South Bimini, Road accessible. 14.500 sq.
ft. #8795 Katherine Weech

ANDROS

$66,000 Francis Town, San Andros 3 acres #3774

$334,000 Reduced Deep Creek, South Andros 2 bed, } bath with ovean views #6695
$450,000 Mangrove Beachfront near airport. 100° x 700 #6134 Mike Lightbourn

$20,000 Fords, 80" x 200" Owner financing available #6819 Jeannette Knowles
$24,560 Hard Bargain | acre # 6948 Foannette Knowles

$30,000 Stella Maris {22.33'x 106° $ 6991 Jeannette Knowles

$32,750 Stella Maris, 130° x 90’ #6989 Jeannette Knowles

$201,000, Crystal Lake Park, Salt Pond, 21,433 sq ft # 6964 Jeannette Knowles
$315,000 Apartments in Hamilton's ¢ 6949 Jeannette Knowles



BERRY ISLANDS, GREAT HARBOUR CAY :

$45,000 Single & multi-family lots, elevated, across from deach with sea views! Electricity,
soad access $6328 Laurent Higgs

$290,000 (Reduced) - Beach Villa. 2 2 bed, 2 bath. Furnished, renovated in 2008, , popular
rental, fantastic views, great beach #6706 Lauren Higgs

$250,000 Prime Beachiroat Le of 23,500sq ft, just souk of airport, road access a unliies are
in place. # 6544 Lauren Hii









2X) sq. ft. Sea views. Tum key! Make
an offer! #6002 Lauren Higgs

$685,000 USD Sugar Beac! . beachfront home, 3 bed, 3 bath, <
Furnished, Lot 1@) x 200° #6003 Lauren Higes

clevated with sea views,

GRAND BAHAMA
4 hyd b 271K) sq ft duplex in Luca
great rental income opportunity

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#4271 Juicy Hill,

Harbour Island



Stunning 4 bed, 4.5 bath ranchstyle
home on 2 acres of property on the
crest of Juicy Hill overlooking the

‘Atlantic ocean and Harbour.t Features

include a chef's kitchen, wrap-around
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COMMERCIAL #4291 - Shirley Park - 1200
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$2200 p/m.

OCEAN VIEWS #3202 - Delightful Cottage
Eastern Rd - Fully Furnished 2 bed/2 bath
. oceanside cottage offers generator, laundry
. facilities, enclosed garden. $2,500 pm.

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bed, 2 bath condo, beautifully decorated & fully
furnished. $3,000 p/m.. .

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Canalfront, Sandyport - New turnkey Tommy
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Bay Street, Nassau - 16,919 -sqft. Elevated,
property with lovely ocean views. $415,000.






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Rainbow Bay, Eleuthera - 10,800 sqft. Elevated
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Highway. $24,500.

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in an area known as "Bull Patch" minutes from the Tarpum Bay settlement.
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Great investment. property! This

enclosed complex sits comfort- -

ably on a hilltop, overlooking
Downtown Nassau.



ik Located in a commercial zone,
the property comprises of 3
units including: A two bed/two
bath unit, one bed, one bath
unit and a studio. With ample
parking space available, ‘this
property can be a solid rental
property or commercial conver-
sion.

$249,000

5541 CARMICHAEL ROAD

This charming, well maintained
home is a must see! Features
include 3 bedrooms, 2 bath-
rooms on the ground floor and a
private master bedroom/lounge
with TV and bathroom on the
second floor. Additional features
include a spacious modern
kitchen with an eat in bar, gran-
ite countertops, large soaking
tubs, lots of light and a beautiful
entry. Located on a quiet road in
a pleasant. neighborhood not far
from the main road.

$285,000











ator & lots more.



Delightful hilltop one bed, one bath
fully fumished townhome decorated
in casual tasteful island style furnish-
ings. Recently renovated. $198,000

5357 DODGE ROAD

Well maintained spacious 3 bed, 2.5
bath split level home including A/C
units, a covered patio & pool with a

$425,000

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Spacious 3 bed, 3 bath penthouse,
including views of the ocean, 2
offices, 3 terraces and gallery kitchen
with a breakfast room. . $465,000



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1/4 acre lot located in the premier
gated community of Treasure Cay,
featuring canals on both sides and
utilities.at the boundary. $74,000



ing spacious living areas, a 2 car

garage, alarm system, back up gener-
$1,385,000







Executive 1 bed, 1 bath condo, offering
523 sq. ft. of luxurious finishes, marble
flooring, plasma T.V's and access to all
amenities of Atlantis. US$625,000



5425 WEST BAY STREET

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Fully fumished, tum-key 2 bed, 1 bath
condo featuring wall AVC units, securi-
ty bars, laundry facilities, ample park-
ing & aback outdoor pati

Attractive 4 bed, 3 bath family home
including high wooden ceilings and
large windows. Nicely enclosed with
a large private backyard. $247,500



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Immaculately maintained 3: bed, 2°

bath home offering central A/C, top of
the line appliances, laundry room & a
fully equipped kitchen. . $379,000



5,833 sq. ft. multi-family lot located on _|
the southeastem side ofa cul-de-sac in _
the Westem District. Centrally located
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Executive 3 bed, 2.5 bath recently
renovated featuring an alarm system,
central AVC, reverse osmosis water

pool. $1,400,000






















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featuring a private balcony, ductless
AC unit, assigned parking with a com-
munal pool & lots more. $177,000










5347 STAPLEDON GARDENS







Centrally located 2 bed, 2 bath unit
and a 2 bed, 1 bath unit Additional
features include AVC in the bedrooms
&a shared laundry area. $315,000




Completely renovated 3 bed, 2 bath
condo featuring stainless steel appli-
ances, shutters, a washer/dryer &
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3002 Paradise Island: Fully fumished 3 bed, 1.5 bath condo including brand new
appliances, TV, intermet connection, new A/C units and a beach nearby. $2,000/pm
- 5538 Seaview Drive: Tastefully fumished 2 bed, 2.5 bath townhome including central A/C,
ceiling fans, lots of storage, a washer/dryer in unit with access to the pool. $2,200 p/m
5475 Delaporte: Charming 2 bed, 2 bath waterfront beautifully decorated condo. The
community of Delaporte features fine amenities security & much more, $2,000 p/m
5478 Sandyport: Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath townhome featuring central AC, tile & wood-
en floors, cable and wireless in every room, 24 hour security and lots more. $3,500/pm
5555 Twyanm: Spacious,’ lovely 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home fully fumished within
close. proximity to schdols, shopping, restaurants and much more: $3,000/pm
5535 Hampton Ridge: Immaculate 3 bed, 2 bath condo tastefully fumished featuring new






appliances, A/C, laminated wood flooring, washer/dryer in unit & lots more. $2,500/pm_ -



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5523 Sandyport: Waterfront 4 bed, 3 bath split level home offering a dual A/C system,
covered decks, fully enclosed with access to all community. amenities. $5,000/pm
5056 Treasure Cove: Newly renovated 3 bed, 2 bath home featuring stainless steel”
appliances, granite countertops with a covered patio & swimming pool. .$3,800/pm
4197 Brooklyn Ave: Fully fumished 2 bed, 2 bath apartment newly decorated including
central AVC, washer/dryer, a screened in sun porch with 2 parking spaces . $1,500/pm
5473 Cable Beach: Spacious 1 bed, 1 bath studio apartment located on the Cable Beach
strip. Offered fully fumished including cable, water and telephone services. $1,200/pm
5546 Shirley St: Commercial space perfect for housing any professional business. Features
include central A/C & the ability to rent upstairs/downstairs to different tenants. $5,000/pm
4406 Victoria Court: Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath apartment offers picturesque views,
tasteful fumishings, high ceilings, private washer/dryer, balconies and pool. $3,000/pm























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Treasure Coye 2774

Nicely furnished 3bed/2 bath with
open plan, private and landscaped
yard, pool with covered patio, standby
generator, Bahama shutters and more!

New price US$399,900 Gross

Vista Bella Ocean Front
Condo 3175

Newly renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bath
penthouse unit in the heart of Cable
Beach. Features include a new,
custom kitchen with beautiful Avonite
countertops, stainless steel Whirlpool
appliances, roll down hurricane

shutters on patio and so much more! _

US$479,000 Gross ~

Sandyport 2202

Immaculate 3 bed/3.5 bath home
with excellent views of Sandyport
waterway. New a/c, new driveway
and walkways, boat lift, gazebo and
more!

New price US$985,000 Gross

Treasure Cove 3142

Affordable and tastefully furnished
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, “Grand
Abaco” model home in gated
beachfront community. Features
include roll down shutter, Bahama
shutters, jacuzzi and so much more.

$359,000 Gross.
LOTS

Rainbow Bay 2189 - 16,740 Sq. Ft. prime oceanfront property near
Governors Harbour airport. US$150,000 Gross

Crooked Island 2976 - 1.885 acre beachfront property. $225,000 Gross.’

Little Exuma 2524 - 8,750 sq. ft. homesite in Little Harbour Beach $47,000
Airport Industrial Park 2389 - 20,690 s.f. commercial lot. $270,000 Gross
Serenity 2268 - Single family lots at $80,000

Serenity 2275 - Duplex lots starting at $100,000

Rainbow Bay 2188 - Oceanfront property 16,470 sq. ft. All utilities at lot
US$110,000 Gross “ ‘
Sandyport - 6447 s.f. residential canal front lot with dock $495,000
Saffron Hill - Residential lots starting at $175,000 :

Coral Breeze Estates - Single and Multi family lots starting at $99,500
Sandyport 1531 - Waterolour Cay single family lots (2) $407,900 each
East End 4174 - 20,000 sq. ft. residential lot across from ocean! $425,000
Old fort Bay 4156 - Canal front lots in exclusive community $635,000
Bahama Palm Shores, Abaco - lots starting at $45,000 near beach

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Dowdeswell Street
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Great opportunity! Two buildings in
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Charlotteville Beauty. 3148

Spacious and beautifully furnished 4
bedroom / 3.5 bathroom family home
in a western, gated community. Tennis —
courts, club house and:community
pool! '

$4,000 per month

Treasure Cove Family Home 3287

Furnished 4 bed/2 bath, newly
renovated kitchen, hurricane proof PGT
windows and doors, 10+ person
Jacuzzi, gazebo, automatic stand by
generator, new appliances and much ff.
more!

$520,000 Gross

Treasure Cove 2255

Nicely decorated and ready for
immediate occupancy is this 4
bedroom / 2 bath family home. Best
value in Treasure Cove!

$2,700 per month

Treasure Cove Home Rental 1014

Fully furnished and nicely decorated, ||
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, Eleuthera
model with swimming pool in eastern
gated oceanfront community.

$2,900 per month

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LET US TAKE CARE OF YOUR FAMILY!

Sea Beach 1161 - Partially furnished 2 bed/2 bath condo. $1,200. per month

Shirley Park Ave 1153 - Furnished 2 bed/ 1.5 bath with poo! $1,600 per month

Ocean Break Villas 2142- Furnished 2/2 cottage with private patio and community pool. $2,200
Shirley Park Ave 1265-Centrally located and fully furnished 2 bed / 2.5 bath townhome.Clean! $1,800
Lyford Cay 3243 - Lovely furnished 4 bed / 4.5 bath home on golf course. $10,000 per mont
Coral Lakes Home 3226 - Furnished 3 bed, 2.5 bath with pool, maids quarters, guest cottage. $3,500
The Doll House 1037 - Nicely furnished 2 bed, 1 bath hilltop villa (all utilities included) $2,200
Sandyport 3200 - Canalfront 3 bed, 5 bath, with optional 4th bed, pool, dock and beach $5,500
Sandyport 3050 - Unfurnished 3 bedroom 3 1/2 bathroom canalfront home with boat dock. $5,000
Treasure Cove 2255 - Nicely furnished 4 bed, 2 bath, with generator. $2,700. Great deal

Blair 2858 - Newly furnished, well kept 3 bed, 2.5bath, on gated property $2,800

Coral Harbour 2484 - 4 bed/ 3 1/2 bath canalfront with pool and dock. $5,500

Paradise Island 1296 - Partly furn. 4/3.5 luxury TH. $5,800

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1990 BAYROC

The luxurious gated communi-

ty of Bayroc beach residences

boasts more than seven acres of

pristine island living, including

white sand beaches, a lagoon-

style swimming pool, breath-

taking ocean views and fabu-
lously landscaped grounds. Located in exciting Cable Beach in the
western district of New Providence, residents will enjoy convenient
nearby access to world-class shopping, casino, fine dining and fun-
filled nightlife. Other highlights include 24-hour security service,
on-site management, hurricane-proof windows, roll-down shutters,
granite and marble countertops, walk-in closets, several phone
lines, numerous ceiling fans and central air conditioning. Located
in the Roc Tower, Unit 110, 3 bedroom/3 bathroom,

Offered at $1,750,000 gross

1931
SOUTH OCEAN

This spacious corner lot is located

J in the western gated community of

South Ocean Estates. The lot is
approximately 100 feet wide with a
depth of 117 feet. South Ocean
Estates is gated and will offer a
community park.

Offered at $140,000 gross

1780 HIGHLAND PARK
Lovely 3 bedroom split level

executive home in a very &

quiet neighbourhood. This

well designed home sits on

an elevated 22,813 sq ft lot.

A Its features include ocean

views, large master bedroom

with patio, spacious master bathroom with Jacu
conditioning and ductless units, 2 car garage, tile and carpet,
mahogany doors and staircase, security windows, alarm sys-



tem, accordion shutters and much more! MUST SEE TO

APPRECIATE!!!
Offered at $875,000 gross



2000
WEST
WINDS



Multi fami-
ly lot locat-
- : ; : ed in the
gated community of West Winds. West ‘Winds is a
well planned community located in the West, offering

multiple tennis courts, swimming pools, children’s”

play grounds and 24 hour security. This is a great
investment opportunity.

- Offered at. $125,000. gross.

1930 PORT
NEW PROVIDENCE

This spacious family home
offers 5 bedrooms and a
quiet study or 6th bedroom,
large open kitchen, family
room, formal dining and liv-
ing rooms, oversized 2-car garage, 30K W automatic gener-

# ator, 45,000 gallon rain water tank, hurricane shutters,

alarm and intercom system and 6yersized 20,794 square

7 foot lot with bearing fruit trees.Port New Providence is an

exclusive, canal front residential community featuring clay
tennis courts, a club house and private beach and 24-hour
ity. Offered at $1,200,000 gro



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1612 VALENTINE’S, HARBOUR ISLAND

Beautiful one bed, one bath villa located in world
famous Harbour Island. The villa comes fully furnished -
with hardwood floors, leather furniture and granite
countertops. This unit may also be put into the hotel
rotation rental so that the owner may receive income for
his or her unit when not in residence. Boat slips are
available at additional costs.

Offered at $795,000 gross

1959 BLAIR ESTATES

This family house is located in the

desirable neighbourhood of Blair.

SPOON TA COMMS Tey leeches

tional’ room that can be used. as a

‘fourth bedroom or’ study. The home

offers’ a large living and dining open

floor plan with an adjourning room for

entertaining with wet nS ae pool with pool house and large deck offers

a great place for outdoor enjoyment. The yard is nicely landscaped and
well kept. Great family home.

Offered at $4,000/mth

1785 CABLE BEACH $1,200/MTH .
1559 CORAL HARBOUR $1,300/MTH
893 SEA BEACH $2,500/MTH
1771 MONTAGU HEIGHTS $590/MTH
_.... 1772. SEA. BREEZE $2,000/MTH __
1800 PARADISE ISLAND $3,200/MTH
1227 QUAIL ROAST $1,500/MTH
° 1791 PARADISE VILLAS $2,300/MTH
1087 PARADISE ISLAND $4,000/MTH
1715 TWYNAM HEIGHTS $5,000/MTH
1865 SEABREEZE $1,800/MTH
1888 DICKS POINT $3,250/MTH
1874 SOUTH OCEAN $5000/MTH
1932 COLLINS AVE $1,300/MTH
1935 CHARLOTTEVILLE $4,500/MTH



1950 CAREFREE,

CABLE BEACH
This newly decorated and
fully furnished 2 bed, 2
bath apartment is located
in the beachfront com-
plex of Carefree. The liv-
ing room, dining room and master bedroom feature:
full unobstructed views of the ocean. The kitchen has
been recently renovated and the unit has new tiled
floors, cable tv & internet connection. There is a large
enclosed Patio overlooking the beach & ocean. Great
for serenity and entertaining! Carefree is a gated com-_
plex with direct beach access and pool. :

Offered at $2,700/mth

1963
MOUNT VERNON

Cozy one bedroom in §

very private area. This

apartment is fully

equipped; features

include tiled floors, air conditioning and fans,
security bars, washing raiachine and private vend

Offered at $1,000/mth

1942 CORAL LAKES,

CORAL HARBOUR
This immaculate house is beau-
tifully furnished offering 3 bed-
rooms and 2.5 baths in the main
house with an additional ‘1 bed-
‘room, 1 bathroom that can be
used as a housekeeper’s quarters. There is a eat in kitchen, family §
room with an additional large room especially designed for enter- &
taining with direct access to the pool and pool house. The pool &
house is also equipped with an efficiency with pull-out sofa,
kitchen and bath. This home sits on an acre of land beautifully
landscaped with fruit bearing trees, totally enclosed with remote §
gate. This is an ideal family home. Offered at $4,500/mth

1404 TREASURE
COVE

Charming three bed-

room furnished house for

rent in the gated commu-

nity of Treasure Cove, § -

offers a security system, central air conditioner and
an enclosed back yard with a refreshing pool and
patio.

Offered at $3,300/mth

1947 HILCREST

This 5th floor 3 bed, 2 bath
apartment has been recently
renovated with new _ tiles
throughout, recessed lighting in
living room, new ductless-a/c’s
and updated bathrooms. It “also features updated electrical,

- internet and telephone wiring in all the rooms and has its own
{ laundry facilities. There is a balcony that stretches the full

width of the unit that is accessed from the master bedroom or
the living room, Enjoy views of Nassau Harbor ur, Auantis and
the ocean. This unit must be s i i
a 6 storey centrally located g

vator, common laundry, room, electronie's gi ate aad a pool.

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EASTERN RD #3672 - “Diamond in the rough” A beautiful waterfront gem. Spacious
3 bedroom 4.5 bathroom comprising over 5,257sq.ft. of water’s edge splendor.. Each
bedroom is nestled over the pool with magnificent sea views. 500sq.ft. guest’ cottage
compliments the main house and is perfect for maid quarters, extended family or home
office. Home sits on eevee 0.5 an acre $1,150,000.00

‘CHERTSEY #3792 - Grand 3. “bed 2 bath furnished
‘condo’ in a Cable Beach waterfront complex.
Modernized kitchen, wooden ceilings, tiled and car-
peted floors, built-in entertainment centre, screened-
in patio, and spacious closets. $400,000.00. Also avail-
able for rent at $2, 500.00pm

YAMACRAW HILL ROAD #3794 - Fabulous: family
home consisting of 3 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
Kitchen, living, dining and master rooms are on the 2nd
floor and offers lovely ocean views. Wrap-around balcony
and patio are superb for entertaining. Lush gardens with

ool and gazebo. Generator and electrical gates. Rent:
$10,00 u0e “ pa.

SAFFRON HILL: Chisice: hilltop lot Now

& very attractive option Bor residing or investing.

i able, single family $99,500

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wood flooring. $1,400, ih

SEABREEZE #3814 - Spacious home up
to belt course on large lot in a quiet desir-
able area in Sea Breeze. Finish the home

to your. liking or use owner’s approved
plans. $185,000:

SEAVIEW DRIVE #3772 - Two story newly constructed 2

bed 2.5 bath townhouse in a gated community nestled
between downtown Nassau and Cable Beach. Features a pri-
vate pool, 24/7 security, all major appliances, central A/C and

comes tastefully furnished. Ideally situated for the profes-.

sional working either downtown or in the west. $365,000.00.

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Duplex

WEST BAY#3750 Landscaped oveanview ated
community offering 2 bed 2.5 bath townhouse for

EASTWIND #3719, PARADISE ISLAND EXCLUSIVE - Well appointed 3 bedrooms
3-1/2 bathrooms Penthouse, recently renovated, in pristine condition. Elegantly and taste-
fully furnished. 2,800 sq. ft of living space. including three balconies. Views of Nassau’
Harbour. Amenities include elevator, pool, BUTHCAne: proof windows and doors, new



SEABREEZE #3805 - Lovely furnished 3 bed 2.5 bath
family home located on dual carriageway on large
enclosed corner lot. Partially renovated, a/c splits, sunken
dining room, utility room, family room off the kitchen,
his and hers closets in master. Motivated seller $360,000

SANDYPORT, EXCLUSIVE #3784 - Brand new, 4 bed-
room 4.5 bathroom, executive home with 3,700 sq.ft. of canal
front living at its best. Entertain in your large kitchen, sun-
bathe on your cozy sun deck or just relax in your water front
Jacuzzi. House sits on a large, landscaped, lot with 150 ft. of
canal frontage that may accommodate any mid-size boat.
$8,500 p/m

: bed 3 bath condo. High ceilings, 2000 sq ft dock slip
? included. $6,000/mo.

$375,000

BRELUMA #3429: ‘Only 1 lot remaining,
7,200 sq/ft for $105,000

LYFORD HILLS #3151: Beautifully
planned, upscale gated community in the
‘western end of New Providence. Single fam-
ily lots starting at $121,000

CORAL BREEZE #914: Financing ayail- :

: $120,000.
? SPRINGFIELD #3582 Lots from 6,000 sq
i ft for $77,000 ;

: SERENITY #3052 Single family 6,000 sq ft
: for $85,000 Buy Now!

: WEST WINDS #3694 Duplex lot in com- ;
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$3,500

WINTON | #3705 Waterfront, single storey furnished
3 bed 2 bath home with great seaviews. Pool and
sun deck landscaped enclosed property. $3,600 pm
PARADISE VILLAS #1586 2b/ 1b condo balcony,
Ratio. pool $2,300 p.m.

OLDIER RD. Commercial 2nd fl office space,

partitioned, ph lines in. $1,870 p.m.
PARADISE ISLAND #342 Waterfront furnished 3

: OCEAN PLACE ON THE HARBOUR #2074

? New 3,500 sq ft 3 bed 3 bath condo with huge bal-
? conies. Awesome views of Moareeve Bay and golf

course. $15,000/mo

Stapleton-Duplex well maintained, open plan living/

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Spacious five bedrooms, three baths unfurnished home with
Spanish influence throughout over looking views of Lake Cunning- |
ham and beyond! ‘This home is designed for outdoor living and enter-
taining, with a wonderful sloping front lawn and large patio with
abundant fruit trees. With a large central patio in the rear of the home
has beautiful French doors leading out from all rooms. Great family
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Offered at: $850,000.00 -

Grand Bahama Model with 4 beds 2 baths.
and granite countertops hardwood cabi-
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Offered at: $487,000.00



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views down the canals. Listing # 294




Offered at: $495,000.00

CABLE BEACH—Harbor Mews —__
Two bedroom rental at Harbor Mews close to all
amenities including food store, beach, restaurants.

Minutes from the airport and safe and family friendly
; neighborhood. Listing #311
Offered at $2,200.00 per month.





















Great canal front lot in Old Fort Bay with
30,000 sq ft to build on plus an extra 5,000
sq ft for a dock!! Listing #276



New Condos on Paradise Island 2, 3, 4,
bed units available. Marble and Hard-}
wood floors, high end fixtures and much
more. Listing # 67

Starting at: $795,000.00








Offered at: $2,182,000.00



65,000 sq ft hill top lot with ocean views Just constructed Tommy Bahama Cottage

with 4 beds 3 baths and beachfront in

permission to subdivide into four lots
Sandyport!!! Listing #327

available. Priced lower than appraised!!!
Listing # 318
Offered at: $450,000.00









Offered at: $6,500.00/mo



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2 bed 2 bath home in quiet neighborhood, furnished with love!
Asking $2,500 per month :

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Paradise Island, 3 bed, 3 bath, single floor condo in gated
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Asking $695,000

Ocean Club Estates, 4,670 sq ft home with designer kitchen ,
pool, generator, 2 car garage, and much more!

Asking $4,600,000







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Yamacraw rental twe storey apartment with close proximity to schools and
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Centerville - Prime Commercial Building in a High
Traffic Area. Perfect for New. Building is 1,852 sq.
Lot size 8,400 sq. ft. Selling at $375,000. Renting
at $2,500/ Month. B

Bath Home. 2 yrs old.

Quiet, . safe neighborhood.

Oak Hill - 3 Storey. 3 Bed 3.5 Bath Home. 4,974
sq ft. Lot is 90 x 100. $1.42 million

s Town House 2 Bed 2.5 Bath
ath Unit $143,500.

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Pre-Construction. 2 Bed 2 1/2
at $249,900 and Penthouse

Twynam - Very Nice Home on a Hill. 3 Bed 2.5 Bath.
Only 3 Yrs Old. $460,000.

Units at $265,000. Major Appliances. Granite Tops.

Wood Flooring. Cent

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Location: The Islands Club
Cable Beach
Mailing: P.O. Box CB-11932
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 327-5122
Fax: (242) 327-4942
Email: info@darvillerealty.com

HOUSES We

Bethel Ave. - Reduced. Mix Use Property.4,438 sq ft Home with 4 Bed 4 Baths. Pool. Lot is 19,100 sq ft. Asking $500,000.
Charlotteville - Beautiful 4 Bed 5.5 Bath Home on a Huge 17,000 sq ft lot. Gated Community. $925,000.

Deals Heights - Brand New. 3 Bed 3 Bath 2 Storey Home. Lovely Area. $470,000.

East - 5 Bed 3.5 Bath. Lot is 100 x 100. Home needs 20% more work to complete. $495,000.

Fox Hill - 3 Bed 2 Bath. Only 3yrs old. $172,000.

Gleniston Gardens - 4 Bed 3 Bath 3,790 sq ft Home. Lot is 12,000-sq ft (80 x 150) lot. $532,000.

Grove West - 4 Bed 4 Bath Home. Only 5yrs old. Pool. Central A/C Systems. Stainless Steel Appliances. $636,000.
Mount Vernon - Great buy 3000 sq ft Home. Pool. Split Central A/C System. $495,000 or Renting at $4,500/ Month.
Off Carmichael - Caroll's Cove. 3 Bed 2 Bath Home. Only 2 years old. Lot is 50 x 100. $205,000.Home is 1353 sq ft.
Pinewood - 2 Bed 2 Bath. Has a 1 Bed Apt attached renting at $600/Month. $183,000.

Sandyport - Beautiful 3 Bed 3 1/2 Bath Home. Rare find. Gated. Guest Cottage. Plans for a pool included. $1.39 million.
Sandy Port - 5 Bed 3.5 Bath. 4,700 sq ft. Indoor Pool. Jacuzzi. Quality Finishes. 1.675 million.

Sandy Port - New 4 Bed 4 Bath Home. 4,200 sq. ft. 1.6 million.

Sea Breeze - Newly renovated 4 Bed 2.5 Bath. Quiet neighborhood. Lot is 10,000 sq ft.$350,000.

Sea View Circle - Jewel in the East. Home is 4338 sq. ft. 3.lots totaling 20,576 sq ft. $835,000.

Treasure Cove - Magnificent 4 Bed 2 Bath. Fully upgraded. Being sold exquisitely furnished. $600,000.

Twynam - 4 Bed 4 Bath Home. 5 Years old. Lot is 140 x 100. $385,000

Vista Marina - 2 Storey home, quiet, safe neighborhood. Brand New Kitchen, Pool, Central Air. Enclosed, $630,000.
Venice Bay - 4 Bed 3 Bath. Lot is 150 x 150. Home is up to rafters. Including plans. $462,000.

RENTALS

Cable Beach - 2 Bed 1 Bath. Furnished. $1,400. -

Chertsy - Very Well Kept 2 Bed 2 Bath. Ocean Front. Furnished. Gated. Poo! $2,300/ Month.’

Love Beach - Lovely 2 Bed 2 Bath Furnished Condo. Minutes from the Beach. $1,600.

Nautica - Finely Decorated 3 Bed 2.5 Bath. Furnished. A/C. Pools and Kids Play Area. $4,500.

Prospect Ridge - Lovely Home. Quiet; safe neighborhood. Furnished. Pool. Central A/C. $3,500/ Month.
SandFord Mews - 2 Bed 1.5 Bath. Town House. Loft. Fully Furnished. A/C. Pool. $2,000.

Sandyport - 2 Beautiful 4 Bed 3 Baths Homes. Tommy Bahama Furnished. $5,750/ Month.

Sandyport - Garden apartment. 1,800 sq.ft. Furnished. 2 Bed 2-1/2 Bath. $5,000/ Month.

South Ocean - Close to Stuarts Cove. Furnished 1 Bed 1 Bath. Quiet Area. A/C. $1,000/ Month.

Towers - Cable Beach. 2 Bed 1 Bath. Fully Furnished. Gated A/C. Pool and Beach Access. $1,800.
Tropical Gardens - 3 bed 2.5 Bath Home. Fully Furnished. All Utilities Included. $4,200/ Month

Tropical Gardens - 2 Bed 1 Bath Apt. Major Appliances. $875/ Month.

Twynam - 2, 1 Bed 1 Bath Apt. 650.00/ Month. Large efficiency. $500.00/ Month. Includes Water/Basic Cable.
Whispering Pines - 2 Fully Furnished Town House in the East. 2 Bed 2 Bath. $1,400 and $1,500/ Month.

CONDOS/ TOWNHOUSES
Cable Beach - Amazing Deal. 1 Bed. 1 Bath. Units. Pool. Washing Facilities. $150,000.

Cable Beach - Awesome 2 Bed 1 Bath Condo for sale. Pool, close to Beach. $195,000.

Caves Heights - 2, 3and 4 Bedroom Condominiums. Starting at $675,000

Columbus Cove - Ocean‘Front Gated Community in the West. 3 Bed 3.5 Bath Units. Call for details.
Coral Harbour - Newly Renovated Town Home. Major Appliances. Quiet Area. 2,100 sq ft. $343,000.
East - 2 Bed 1.5 Bath Town House. Furnished. Enclosed Yard. $223,000.

Freeport - Cannes Village. 3 Bed 2.5 Bath Furnished Beach Front Unit. $580,000.

Freeport - Silver Cove. 3 Bed 2.5 Bath. Town Home $636,000. Renting at $3,000/ Month.

Freeport - Fortune Bay. Canal Front Lot. On the Grand Lucayan Waterway. $335,000.

Hannah Road - Pre Construction price. 2 Bed 1 Bath ground floor or 2nd floor unit. $140,000.
Hannah Road - New 2 Bed 2.5 Bath Town Houses. Stainless Steel Appliances.$246,000.

Love Beach - 2 Bed 2 Bath Unit.-Beach Access. Selling at 269,000.00.Rent $1,900.00/mth

Ocean Place - 3, 4, and 5 Bed Condo. 2 story Penthouse suites. Starting at $899,000.

Ocean Sunrise - First 4, 2 Bed 2 1/2 Bath at $269k. and 3, 1 Bed 1 Bath Units at $185k. Selling Pre-Constrcution.
Sandford Drive - New. 2 Bed 2.5 Bath Units. Major Appliances. Gated. $319,000.

Seaview Drive - Very Nice 2 Bed 2.5 Bath Town Home. $375,000. Renting at $2,500/ Month.
Skyline Lakes - Beautiful, Newly Constructed, gated 2 Bed 2.5 bath Town. $350,000:

St..Albans Drv. - New 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath Town Houses. Stainless Steel Appliances. $249,000.

Towers of Cable Beach - Spectacular 3rd Floor Beach Front Condo. 2 Bed 1 Bath. $406,000.
Tropical Gardens - New 3 Bed 2.5 Bath Town House. Granite Tops. Impact Windows. $375,000.
West Winds - 5 Brand New Town Houses. 2 Bed 2:5 Bath. West Winds. $259,000 each.

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Bernard Rd - Rare Commercial find. 1.76 Acres. $473,000.

Carmichael Rd. - Triplex. Only six years old. 2700 sq ft. Each unit 2 Bed 1 Bath. $275,000.

Colony Village - 2 Duplex's. Great Monthly income. $752,000 for Both.

Doris Johnson Estates - Great Bune. Only a8 old. 2 Bed 1 Bath Units $280,000.

East - Multi-Family Lot. 60 x 111. Nice Area. $95,000.

Faith Ave South - Brand New. 2 Duplex’s, 2 Bed 1 Bath Units. Great Income Potential. $275,000 Each.

Kiskadee Road - Multi Family Lots. Starting at $109,000.

Kiskadee Rd. - West Bay Street. Multi-Family. 50 x 100. $110,000.

Main Prince Charles - 4 Acres at an Amazing Price. Located next to Commonwealth Bank. $303,000 Per Acre.

Main Soldier Road - Prime Commercial Property. Adjacent to Family Island Lounge. 5.068 Acres.. $1.85 million.

Off West Bay - 1 Corner West of Nesbitt's. 3 Prime Commercial Lots. $156,000 Each.

Off Johnson Rd - 50 x 100 Multifamily lot.. $75,000.

Off Faith Ave. South - Multi-Family Lot. 6, 931 sq ft. Great for a Duplex. $90,000.

Pride Estates - Off Harold Rd. 2 Lots. Multi-Family. 70 x 100 and 60 x 100. $89,000 each.

Rocky Pine - 10 Multi-Family Lots Starting at $80,000.

South Beach - Duplex Lot. 60 x 100 Close to School and Clinic. $119,000.

Stapledon - Duplex. 2 Bed 1 Bath each side. $286,000.

Tropical Gardens - Multi-Family 50 x 140. $125,000.Duplex Lot 6,291 sq ft. $95,000. Duplex Lot 5,412 sq ft. $85,000.

ie Della Rosa - Developer's Special, 10 Triplex Lots. Originally $176,000 Each. Limited Time $99,000 Each. Save Almost $80,000. Only $5,000
own.

West - 30 Prime Acres. Located Next to the New Lyford Cay Shopping Center. $4.6 Million.

LAND /

Eastern Road - Elevated Corner Lot. Eastern Road, Johnson Road Junction. 12,000 sq ft. $225,000.
Charlotteville - Very Nice Corrner Lot. 60 x 143. $165,000.

Culberts Hill - Hill Top Lot 150 x 100. $150,000. Great Buy.

Culberts Hill - Huge Corner lot. 149 x 1001. $175,000.

East - Close to Super Value. Huge Lot. 125 x 125. Asking $240,000.

East - Two lovely residential Water Front Lots. Offered at $550,000 and $575,000.

Lyford Cay - Hill top. Property is over 250 x 100. offered at $1,200,000.

Palm Cay - Newest Gated Community in the East. Lots starting at $228,000. Only $5,000 Down.
Soldier Rd. - Opposite NCA School. Not on Main Rd. This lot is 60 x 100, Price Reduced $95,000.
South Ocean Estates - Two Great Single Family Lots. 121 x 100. $160,000. 117 x 100. $155,000.
Sunset Park - Residential. Lot is 100 x 100. $99,000.

Vista Marina - Quiet Secure Neighborhood. Lot is 15,067 sq ft. $304,000.

-| West - This lot is 153 x 400. Great place to build your Ocean View Home. $1.82 million.

West - Great Lot. 76 x 220. Ocean Views. $590,0

West - Lovely Lot. Great Ocean Views. This Lot is 77 x 215. $546,000.

Westridge - Huge Multi-Family Lot. Perfect for Town Houses. 180 x 100. $275,000.
Westwinds - Multi-Family Lot. 60 x 100. $145,000.

FAMILY ISLANDS

Andros - Staniel Creek Hill Top $35,000. Beach Front. 3.5 Acres. $1.93 million.

Andros - Only $585 Down. North Andros. Prime Acreage. Starting at only $11,700 per Acre._

Andros - 20 Acres. 600 ft of Ideal Beach Front. 3 Miles from the Congo Town Airport. $3,040,000 or $300,000/ Acre.
Eleuthera - Russel Island. 2 Bed 2 Bath. Water front. Up to Belt. Approved plans. Lot is 51 x 150. $147,000.
Eleuthera - 2.701 Acres, 1.5 Miles South of Governors Harbour. Asking $340,000.

Eleuthera - Beautiful Ocean Views. 4 Acre Tracks. $50,000 / Acre.

Exuma - The Ferry, Little Exuma. 90 ft of Water Front. Infrastructure. 19,320 sq ft. $150,000.

Exuma - Harbour Hills. This beautiful lot is 100 x 200. Asking $500,000.

Freeport - Fortune Bay. Lot is 110 x 150. Approved plans for 3 Bed 3 ? Bath Home. “
Long Island - The Crossing. South of Salt Pond.. Don't Miss Out. $29,500/Acre. Great getaway investment.
Long Island - Minutes from the Airport and Regatta site. 2 Acres. $120,000.

Long Island - 2 Acres. Running from Queens Highway to the Ocean. Located in Pinders. $138,000.

San Salvador - 1 Acre of Pristine Beach Front Property. Call for details.

San Salvador - Columbus Landing. 2 Lots. 70 x 100. Infrastructure and roads. $72,000.

Stella Maris - This Fantastic Lot is 150 x 200. Amazingly Priced at Only . $77,000.

COMMERCIAL

Carib Rd. - Rare Commercial Find. 5,052 sq ft. New Sheet Metal Roof. Paved Parking. High Traffic Area: $925,000.
Bernard Rd. East - Prime Commercial Building. 4 Shop Spaces. High Traffic Area. Call for details.

Lincoln Bivd, - 2 Storey Commercial Building. Apts. on Top Level. Work shop Lower Level. $324,000.

Macky St. - Prime Commercial Building. 4 lots. Extremely High Traffic Area. $975,000.

Off Harold Rd. - Prime 2 Acre Parcel. $546,000.

Palmdale - Montgomery St. Prime Property. 2 Lots. Each 60 x 147. $468,000 and $716,000.

Village Rd. - High Traffic Location. 4 Offices. Conference Room. Storage. Room to expand. $868,000.

COMMERCIAL RENTALS

Centerville - Professional Plaza in Centerville. Renting for $1300/ month.

Off Shirley St. - 2 Storey Building. Perfect for Pre-School, Law Office, Architect Firm, etc. henling $6,000/ Month. Selling at $800,000.

Mackey St. - 2 Great Offices Spaces. Same Building as Fine Threads. 1800 sq {t. Ground Floor. $2,575/ Month. 2nd Floor Space. 900 sq ft. $1,200/ Month.



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homes at Turnberry enjoy pools, tennis courts a sea view balcony accent this 1 bedroom, — cammunity. Financing available. Ideal for
and clubhouse. $579,000. Ref. NSOBH62. = 1.Sbathcondo. $299,000. Ref. NSO7072 _ first time buyers, $559,006. Ref. NSG6748

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with beach access. $3,560/mo. NROIMS6 §
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§ Cable Beach: Furnished 1 bedroom, 1 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath family home has a Renovated, 3 bedroom seaside townhouse. Exquisitely restored 5 bedroorh, 3.5 bath Pine Hill Rd: 26,978 sq, ft. homesite off |

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SHIRLEY STREET —- Sandringham House — 2,311
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1,570 sq. ft. of finished climate controlled base-
ment storage. Parking available. Call for details. .

BAY STREET — Located in the heart of the downtown

retail and commercial area, this property offers newly
renovated shop spaces at new lower prices. There is
also 6,000 sq. ft. of office space available on the first.
floor, which can be sub-divided. Call for details.

ISLAND STATION- 512 sq. ft., 820 sq. ft., and 960
sq. ft. of office space available. Some tenant fit
out required. Tiled and with A/C. Call for details.

BAY STREET — 3,000 — 6,800-sq. ft. on first floor,
great prices! Some tenant fit out required.

MALCOLM BUILDING — Situated on the southeast corner of
Bay Street and Victoria Avenue, this property offers 240 sq.
ft., 585 sq. ft., and 1,000 sq. ft. of fitted office space available.
Some tenant fit out required. Also available is 5,480 sq. ft. of
office space, ideal for a midsize establishment. Standby
power is available and offices are ready for occupancy.
Great Prices!!

MARKET STREET -— 920 sq. ft. of office space,

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NORFOLK HOUSE — 1,010 sq. ft. to 2,322 sq. ft. air-

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#5196 OCEAN CLUB ESTATES Kerzner quality-built and well designed - 4 bed 4.5 bath,
5,582 sq. ft. family home built around a private pool and Jacuzzi. This home features walls of
arched windows and French doors, tray ceilings with wood trim and elegant molding throughout.
Spacious master bedroom suite with his and her walk in closets and deluxe master bath.
The large fully equipped kitchen, breakfast area and family room are ideal for family life.



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LYFORD CAY #H4600 La Vie EN Rose Situated on an elevated lot at the end of a
quiet, tree lined cul-de-sac, the 3 bedroom 3 bath 4,800-square-foot house enjoys distant seav-
iews, breezy verandas and louvered private balconies. Ceramic tile floors, 10-foot high ceilings of
traditional timber, raised panel and glazed French doors. Large kitchen with island and breaidast area
overlooking the pool, spacious master suite with veranda. Maintenance free PVC windows with
insulated glazing, 4 separate air-conditioning zones, swimming pool and 2-car garage. US$1.999,000.



decorator, Pineapple Hill comprises 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths on two floors totaling 5,410 sq. ft. of
living space. The 5,300 sq, ft. outdoor space consists of an upstairs verandah, extensive Ipe decking for
great entertaining around the swimming pool and spa.and airy cabana. Bamboo flooring, mahogany
windows, French doors with UV treated thermal glass, central HVAC, custom elevator, marble
countertops and so much more. Landscaped 0.6 acre property. Reduced to US$3,900,000.

LONG TERM RENTALS

Canalfront: 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, family room, pool, 1-bed guest cottage, dock, furnished, very private.
Hilltop: Spacious 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, furnished, covered verandahs, pool, covered parking... ;

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PARADISE ISLAND #3053 Ocean Cius Esates, VERANDA Designed for tropical
living, this home features a 2-storey atrium, 5-bedrooms, 5.5-baths, separate dining room, media
room, grand living room and covered verandas overlooking the golf course. Special features in-
clude Mahogany-.doors and window shutters, stone floors, rainwater tank, standby generator,
two-car garage, separate guest accommodations and pool; all with quality finishes and fixtures.
New price. US$6,500,000. :



LYFORD CAY #5091 Perit ANANAS Nestled amid lush mature trees and colourful
flowering plants this very tastefully decorated 2,340 sq. ft, 3 bedroom, 3 bath cottage sits on 2 acres.
From its strategic corner position on the property, the well-designed cottage radiates a feeling of warmth
and security. High ceiling in the great room, French doors and windows along with front and back
porches convey the grandeur of a larger home. The property can adequately accommodate a large
main house, another guest cottage and any future amenities. An excellenc investment. US$1,900,000.

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Mediterranean style 5 bd, 5 full ensuite bathrooms
and 2 half-bath home features a spacious living
room, kitchen, formal dining room, office, and a
relaxing infinity edge swimming pool.

Web Listing #8400.

Qcean Club Canal Lot’- $2,599,000 Norman’s Cay Lot - $949,000
With the best value on the canal, residents enjoy Experience the ultimate haven at this coved,
approximately 150 ft. of canal frontage, access beachfront lot. Located on the northeastern tip of
to Cabbage Beach, the beach club and all ameni- Norman’s Cay, Exuma and with approximately
ties of the One&Only Ocean Club and Atlantis 19,144 SF, this prime, elevated lot is an ideal lo-
Resort and 24-hour security. Members have the cation for building your dream home and a
option of purchasing golf membership. yachtsman’s paradise. Web Listing # 8475.‘

Web Reference #8253.



Verandah, Ocean Club Estates, $12,000 p/m
Situated on the golf course, this 5 bd, 5.5 bth
- home. offers grand living in a magnificent setting
with unrestricted views to the sea across a pond.
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spectacular property defines luxury throughout
- 3,000 SF of space. Owners enjoy pools, gym fa-
. cilities, private on-site marina, and beach club,
. 24-hr. security, underground parking, access to
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- $1,900,000
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This modern home on an elevated lot in Charlot-
teville features an open living/dining room, gour-
met kitchen with stainless steel appliances and
granite counter taps, a rear patio, and a beautifully
landscaped garden. Homeowners enjoy such
amenities as tennis courts, pools, children's water
playground areas, wooded picnic areas and 24-
hour manned gated entry. Web ee #8485.

Highland Terrace Charmer - $395,000

This charming 3 bd, 2.5 bth home sits at the end
of a cul-de-sac on a spacious lot in a well es-
tablished and quiet neighborhood in western
New Providence. A potentially great deal as the
owner is motivated to sell!

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Great investment opportunity to purchase estab-
lished businesses in Olde Towne, Sandyport. In-
vestment includes a gas station, liquor store,
marina facilities, and general store operations.
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: 3,000 SF, 4bd, 3bth, $7,000/mo. .

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has many custom details, spacious kitchen,
walk-in pantry, formal dining area, family raom,
700 bottle wine room, wet bar, wrap-around
balconies, covered patios, heated peel, Jacuzzi,
fully equipped cabana bar, 60' dock with boat lift
and cleaning station, guest cottage, caretaker's
quarters and much more. An island delight!

. Agent: Kevin Cross | Tel: 242.396.0011

SULGRAVE MANOR
#564296: 3bd/3bth: $676,500
Fourth floor unit has been newly upgraded with
hurricane/impact resistant-doors and windows,
classy kitchen with Corian countertops and
whirlpool appliances, pantry, service entrance,
front balcony, living area with wet bar, 11ft.
ceilings, crown moldings, private balcony off
the master suite and beautiful sea and golf
course views. Lots of community amenities.

Agent: Sara Parker |. Tel: 242.396.0042

MONASTERY PARK

#564404: 3bd/2.5bth: $249,000
Brand new townhouse complex with ten units -
five 2bd/1.5bth units and five 3bd/2.5bth units
surrounding a landscaped courtyard; gazebo
and peo! area. Units feature granite kitchen
countertops, wood cabinets, stainless steel
appliances, washer/dryer, tile and hardwood
floors, backup generator and electronic entry
gate. introductory price only. Subject to change.

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#564347: 5bd/3bth: $1,675,000

Brand new 4,600 sq.ft. luxury home with
Roman columns, crown mouldings, tray ceiling,
floating staircase, arched entrances, hardwood
floors, cedar closets & more. Features include
an indoor poo! with cascading waterfall, hot tub,
private dock, chefs dream kitchen with every
amenity, second floor balcony, large master
suite and 3rd floor bonus room. A must see!

Agent: Stuart Halbert | Tel: 242.396.0034

MANGROVE CAY, ANDROS

#564322: 3bd/2bth: $469,000

"Island Breeze“ is on the southern coastline. of
Mangrove Cay, close to the Andros Barrier
Reef. The 1,800 sq.ft. house, set.on 3/4 of an
acre has 150 feet of beachfront. Fully furnished,
the home includes stove, refrigerator, washer,
dryer, upright freezer, air conditioners, ceiling
fans, gas grill, patio furniture, satellite TV set-up
and a vehicle. Definitely a-turn-key residence.

Agent: Gabrielle Douglas | Tel: 242.368.2882

CABLE BEACH
#564120: 2bd/2.5bth: $199,999
Charming townhouse located in a quiet area
within the exciting Cable Beach community.
This unit is offered tastefully and comfertably
furnished with access to a sparkling swimming

pool. Near to beaches, a school, shopping,
restaurants, entértainment and a& gym. Also

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large patio off the master. suite, private 36-foot
dock space, private outdoor Jacuzzi and roll-
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updated kitchen with breakfast bar. A spacious
patio and a balcony off the master suite are a
plus. Offered tastefully furnished.
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1) #564294: ibd/tbth: $189,000

Newly refurbished condominium in_ the
beachfront community of Towers. of Cable
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and new air conditioning units. “The sliding

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spectacular ocean views and luxurious.living in
a secure gated community. Community features
include landscaped gardens, sandy beaches,
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Man stad to death

in holiday violence

Person suspected of
killing ‘was on bail
for murder charge’

By. TANEKA.: THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

TERRONE Albury was
stabbed to death when trying
to stop a fight between two
other men in an Eleuthera
nightclub, police reported.

The man suspected of
killing the Gregory Town res-

ident was on bail for charges.

of murder and attempted mur-
der; a police source on that
island told The Tribune.

Albury's murder.— the
country's 87th for the year —
came less than 10 hours after
Long Island native Cordero
Newbold, 21, was found
stabbed to death in an apart-

ment unit off St Vincent Road

in New Providence.

The crimes came during a
holiday weekend marred by
violence and in the wake of
the fatal shooting of a hus-
band killed by-armed robbers
outside a supermarket in the
Golden Gates area on Christ-

"He was on bail for previous maseve. -°
offences," said the police offi- Albury, 27, was stabbed at
cer, confirming reports reach-
ing this newspaper yesterday. SEE page 10

Three separate stabbing
incidents investigated

By NATARIO MCKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter:
. nmckenzie@tribunemedianet

POLICE are investigating three separate stabbing incidents
that occurred over the holiday weekend.

The Royal Bahamas Police Force is also investigating the
shooting of a 23-year-old man who was riddled with bullets in
the area of Balls Alley and the armed robbery of a local break-
fast stand.

The first stabbing incident occurred on Christmas Day. Police

SEE page 10






















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VALLEY BOYS on Bay
Street during the Boxing
Day Junkanoo Parade.





THE VALLEY
BOYS were declared the
unofficial winners of the
2009 Boxing Day
Junkanoo Parade in the
A category. :

The Valley Boys cap-
tured the top spot with
4,209 points according to
unofficial results. Com-
ing in second were the
Saxons with 3,946: One
Family captured third
place with 3,791: Roots
came in fourth position
with 3,605: Prodigal Sons
captured fifth place with
3,462 points and round-
ing out the A category in
sixth place was Music
Makers with 3,307 points.

The _One_ Love
Junkanoo Group cap-
tured first place in the B

SEE page 10























Olympian charged with killing athiete

in the course of dangerous driving

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

BAHAMIAN Olympian
Adrian Griffith has been
charged with killing another
young Bahamian athlete in
the course of dangerous dri-
ving.

Griffith, 25, of St Andréws
Beach Estates appeared in
Magistrate’s Court 1 on
Thursday charged with killing
hurdler Christopher Bethel,
25, in the course of danger-

ous driving. Court dockets

allege that about 3.40 am on.

Saturday, December 5, he
drove vehicle No. 210057 east
on West Bay Street in the
area of Breezes Hotel in a
manner dangerous to the pub-
lic, thereby causing Bethel’s
death.

Griffith, who was arraigned
before Chief Magistrate
Roger Gomez, pleaded not

‘guilty to the charge. Griffith,

who was on $5,000 police bail

SEE page 10



PM reflects
on ‘difficult

year’ for the
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By TANEKA
THOMPSON

Tribune Staff Reporter’ .
tthompson@
tribunemedia. net







DESPITE a difficult
year plagued by rising
crime, high unemploy-
ment and-economic chal- '
lenges the country still has
much to be thankful for,
Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham said during ‘his
national Christmas
address.

Reflecting on the many
challenges of 2009, Mr

‘Ingraham. noted that
crime is still a cause of
worry. He promised to
elaborate on the issue
early next year.

"The spectre of crime,
especially violent crime in
New Providence, remains
a constant concern for all
of us and a cause of fear.
in many. Anti-social
behaviour is particularly
distressing.

"My colleagues and I
continue working on
additional effective
responses to this chal-

SEE page 11

Airport to enhance
security screenings
for passengers
travelling to the US

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

TRAVELLERS headed to
the United States from the Lyn-
den Pindling International Air-
port will be subject to enhanced
security screenings, including a
pre-boarding physical inspec-
tion and checks of their carry-
on luggage. -

Additionally, all passengers
on international flights: must
arrive at LPIA three hours pri-
or to flight. departure time, air-
port officials advised.

The beefed up security mea-
sures are part of LPIA's interim
plan to comply with new travel
regulations put in place by the
US' Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) after a
Nigerian man set off an explo-
sive device on board Northwest
Airlines Flight 253 on Decem-
ber 25. :

The airport’s plan includes
additional security screeners to
minimize delays and congestion
in the terminal, according to
officials at the Nassau Airport
Development Company
(NAD),

"All of the relevant agencies
are working to minimize incon-
venience to our passengers at
this time," said a statement
release by NAD over the holi-
day weekend.

SEE page 11

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lm GRAND BAHAMA

Pair set to be arraigned after
firearm and ammunition seizure

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

TWO men are expected to
be arraigned this morning in a
Grand Bahama court in con-
nection with arrests stemming
from a firearm and ammuni-
tion seizure on that island.

Last Thursday, at 5 am,
police officers were on mobile
patrol when they stopped a
grey coloured 2002 Chevy
Cavalier with two male occu-
pants in the area of Pinta
Avenue and Pinehurst Drive.

While searching the trunk
of the vehicle officers recov-
ered one black and silver
coloured .40 Smith & Wesson
pistol with one live 40 ammu-
nition.

As a result, the suspects,

ages 21 and 27 years, were
arrested and taken into police
custody accused of possession
of an unlicensed firearm and
ammunition. The weapon and
ammunition were seized by
police.

A team of officers then took

the two men, who were arrest- -

ed, to a residence on Pinehurst



Drive in South Bahamia
where the officers executed a
search warrant.

Police discovered one live
round of .40 ammunition.

Officers of the Central
Detective Unit are investigat-
ing the matter. The two men
are expected to be arraigned
in the Freeport Magistrate's
Court today at 10 am.

Road traffic
accident report

A serious traffic accident
occurred on Friday, Decem-
ber, 25, at Eight Mile Rock
sometime around 4am.

Police officers on mobile
patrolin Martin Town, Eight
Mile Rock, saw a traffic acci-
dent involving a green
coloured four-door 1998
Chevy Lumina registered to
Sonny Bastian, and driven at

the time by Cruz Rolle, 24, of

Pinedale, Eight Mile Rock.
Romeo Stuart, 23, and Ran-
drew Martin, 31, of Hanna
Hill, EMR, were passengers
in the vehicle. According to

police anon the vehicle was
being driven west on Queen's
Highway when it ran into a
utility pole in Martin Town.
The two passengers were
extricated from the vehicle by
Fire Department personnel

“with the Jaws of Life. They

were taken to Rand Memori-
al Hospital and admitted.

The driver was also taken
to hospital, where he was
treated and discharged.

On Friday, December 25, at
about 4.30pm, Stuart was air-
lifted to the Princess Margaret
Hospital, where he is listed as
“seriously ill.”

The other passenger, Mar-
tin is still detained at the Rand
Memorial Hospital and listed
as being in “serious,” but “sta-
ble” condition.

The police are encouraging
the motoring public to slow

down and to drive with cau- .

tion and more consideration
for other road users during
this Yuletide Season.

They advised drivers not to
attempt to take control of a
vehicle while under the influ-
ence of medication, alcohol or
when they are extremely tired.

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Iwo people (lie in Exuma boating accident

A boating accident in the Exumas has claimed.
the life of two people, according to police reports.
Police Press Liaison Officer Sergeant Chris-
lyn Skippings said the boating accident occurred
around 11.30 am on December 26 in Exuma,
Police received information that.a 51-year-old
Grand Bahama man and two women residents of
Exuma left an area known as the Cottage, Exu-
ma on a fishing trip on board a white, 12-foot

the incident.

Caroline Skiff. It is believed the boat capsized as
a result of ground swells in the area of Fowl Cay.
Local boaters assisted and were able to rescue
one of the women. The lifeless bodies of the man
and the second woman were discovered nearby.

: Police are continuing their investigations into

Police are expected to release the identities
of the victims sometime today.

Book launching and photo exhibition this evening

THERE will be a book
launching and photo exhibition
at the Princess Street Gallery
in Harbour Island, Eleuthera
from 6pm to 8pm this evening
when author Harvey G Opp-

_mann will sign copies of his

book — “Harbour Island Yes-
terday and Today.” Also show-
ing are photographs by ’Briland
photographer Donna DeCos-
ta.

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Roland Rose, Barbara Young
and the late Colin Rees also
will be shown.

“Harbour Island, Yesterday
and Today” is a full colour
book that tells the story of Har-
bour Island before it was dis-

covered by Europeans and lat-

er terrorised by pirates. Opp-
man guides his reader from an
early history of the Bahamas
to a present walking tour of the
island.












In addition to the 24 pages
of colour photographs, many
of which are more the 40 years
old, there is a CD of Bahamian
music, an hour-long DVD of
scenes from a Hollywood
movie filmed at Harbour Island
and a 1949 PanAmerican pro-
motional video about the
Bahamas. :

Proceeds of the book will
benefit The Harbour Island
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Conference on Climate
Change in Copen-
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Under a deal, it was
agreed temperature
rises needed to be kept
to no more than 2C. It
was also stated that
rich countries would
commit to cutting
greenhouse gases and
developing nations
would take steps to
limit the growth of
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Teen in custody —
after police seize
imitation firearm

A TEENAGER is assisting :
police with their investigations ;
into the seizure of an imitation ;
firearm. Officers were patrolling :
Willow Tree Avenue in the :
Pinewood Gardens area a
around Ilpm on Saturday, :
December 26, when they saw a }
grey coloured Toyota Corolla
with a black male inside acting :
suspiciously. Police tried to stop :
the vehicle but the driver sped :
off, said Press Liaison Officer :
Sgt Chrislyn Skippings. Officers :

‘gave chase and caught the cara :
few moments later after the sus-
pect crashed into a fence. :
Police were able to nab the sus- :
pect and reported that they ;
found a black pellet handgun :
in the area. A 19-year-old male :
resident of Pinewood Gardens :
was taken into custody. Police :
investigations continue. i







SHOOTING i

Police are searching for a :
gunman who shot another man ;
in the back leaving him in hos- :
pital. According to Press Liai-
son Officer Sergeant Chrislyn :
Skippings the shooting occurred :
shortly after 5 pm last Wednes- :
day on Dumping Ground Cor- }
ner. Police heard of the shoot- :
ing around 5.2.5 pm; respond- :
ing officers spoke with a 36- }
year-old male resident of the :
area who told them that while :
standing on the corner, he was :
approached by a man who shot }
him in the back. The injured :
man was taken to hospital by :
EMS, however his present con- :
dition is unknown. Sgt Skip- :
pings said police had not uncov- ;
ered a motive for the shooting, :
but are following significant :
leads into matter. i




























SHOTGUN RECOVERED :

Police also recovered a shot- :
gun during a routine patrol of :
the East Street area last Thurs- :
day. Officers from the Central :
Detective Unit were patrolling :
Plantol Street around 3.05 pm :
Thursday when they saw a male :
acting suspiciously. The officers :
tried to stop the man who fled :
the area on seeing the officers. :
Police checked the area and :
recovered a 12-gauge Maverick :
shotgun, however no arrests }
were made. In other crime :
news, police patrolling Cum- :
berbatch Alley off Wulff Road
recovered 10 rounds of ammu
nition and marijuana. It wa

ya. on..Fri

nothing on them. Officers then :
searched the area near the men :
and found 10 small packages of :
suspected marijuana and 10 live :
rounds of 7.62 ammunition.

The men were taken into cus- :
tody for questioning. ;

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BAHAMIANS can suc-
cessfully meet the current
social and economic chal-
lenges facing the country,
Governor General Arthur
Hanna said in his Christmas
address.

“My fellow Bahamians,
2009 has been a turbulent
year for the Bahamas; we
have had many challenges.
Going into this new year we
will still have to deal with
the many social economic
challenges, but I have
hope,” the Governor Gen-
eral said.

“T am persuaded that
Bahamians do have the will
and the wherewithal to suc-
cessfully meet the challenges
confronting us, with the help
of the Almighty God. I firm-
ly believe that there are
thousands of Bahamians
with the same hope and
mindset,” he said. The Gov-
ernor General said that

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seek to preserve our tradi-

tions and do not allow the
thief to steal, kill, and
destroy what we have fought
so hard to establish,” he
said. ;

He said that the Bahamas
is a blessed nation, having
been spared from the rav-
ages of hurricanes in 2009.

“Notwithstanding the eco-
nomic downturn in the
country, most families had
bread on the table and a
roof over their heads,” he
noted. He also expressed
gratitude to all those who
showed sympathy and kind-
ness to him and his family
when his wife, Mrs Beryl
Hanna, 59, died in Novem-
ber.

The Governor urged
Bahamians to give to the



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of the elderly, the. sick and
shut-ins and their caregivers;
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before Chief Magistrate Roger
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Privacy fears delay better airport scanners

WASHINGTON — High-tech security
scanners that might have prevented the
Christmas Day attempt to blow up a jetliner
have been installed in only a small number of
airports around the worid, in large part
because of privacy concerns over the
machines' capability to see through clothing.

The technology is in place at 19 U.S. air-
ports, while European officials have general-
ly limited it to test runs.

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian
accused of trying to ignite explosives aboard
a Northwest Airlines jet as it was coming in
for a landing in Detroit, did not go through
such a scan where his flight began, at Ams-
terdam's Schiphol airport.

The full-body scanner "could have been
helpful in this case, absolutely," said Evert
van Zwol, head of the Dutch Pilots Associa-

, tion. The technology has raised significant
protests among privacy watchdogs because
it can show the body's contours with embar-
rassing clarity. Those fears have slowed the
introduction of the machines.

Abdulmutallab passed through a routine
security check at the gate in Amsterdam
before boarding, officials said. He is believed
to have tucked into his trousers or under-
wear a small bag holding PETN explosive
powder, and possibly a liquid detonator.

Because such items will not set off metal
detectors, the U.S. Transportation Security
Administration, part of the Department of
Homeland Security, has begun installing two
types of advanced scanning machines that
provide a more detailed picture.

These machines, each of which costs in

the hundreds of thousands of dollars, screen
airline passengers without physical contact.
They can reveal plastic or chemical explo-
sives and nonmetallic weapons.

Such scanners "provide the best protection ..
for the widest range of threats," said Joe:

Reiss, vice president of marketing for Amer-
ican Science & Engineering Inc.

TSA has deployed 40 "millimeter wave"
machines, which use radio waves to produce
a three-dimensional image based on energy
reflected back from the body.

Six of those machines, which are made by
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc., are being
used for what TSA calls "primary screenings"
at six U.S. airports, This means passengers go
through the scans instead of metal detectors,
although they can elect to receive a pat-down
search from a security officer instead.

The remainder of the machines are being
used at 13 U.S. airports for secondary screen-
ing of passengers who set off metal detec-
tors. Travellers can opt for a pat-down instead
in those instances as well. The agency also has
announced plans to buy 150 "backscatter"
machines, which use low-level X-rays to cre-
ate a two-dimensional image of the body,
from Rapiscan Systems, a unit of OSI Sys-
tems Inc. Those machines, which cost $190,000
each, are being deployed in U.S. airports now.

"The machine gives a very accurate and

very precise image of things on the body that
are not the body," said Peter Kant, execu-
tive vice president of global government
affairs for Rapiscan. Last June, however,
because of privacy concerns, the House voted
310-118 to prohibit the use of whole-body
imaging for primary screening; The measure,
still pending in the Senate, would limit the
use of the devices to secondary screening.
"As a society, we're going to have to figure

‘out the balance between personal privacy and

the need to secure an aircraft," said Republi-
can Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who sponsored the
measure. "And there is no easy answer."

Executives at the companies that make
the machines insist there are ways to strike
that balance. Kant said the technology has
evolved enough to produce body images that
look like chalk outlines. In addition, privacy
filters can blur faces, noted Colin McSeve-
ny, communications manager for Smiths
Detection, a British company that makes mil-
limeter wave machines that are being tested in
Europe and the: United States.

For its part, TSA said it safeguards privacy
by ensuring that all full-body images are
viewed in a walled-off location not visible to
the public. In addition, the security officer
assisting the passenger cannot view the image
and the officer who views the image never
sees the passenger. Also, the machines cannot
store, print or transmit any images they pro-
duce. :

After all, McSeveny said, "all they are look-
ing for is something that shouldn't be there."

Because of the privacy questions, the Euro-
pean Union Parliament voted in October 2008
for more study before authorising the
machines' full deployment in European air-
ports. Amsterdam's airport has been run-
ning a test project. with full-body scanners for
three years, mainly for a few. European flights.
One machine being tested there for the past

, five weeks, made by L-3, is designed to

enhance passengers’ privacy by having soft-
ware, rather than a human, analyse the image
generated by the scanner. If the software
detects an anornaly — something strapped
to a leg, for instance — it alerts a human
screener to look at the person's leg directly.

"So nobody sees any images," said Ron
Louwerse, the airport's chief of security. "The
results are very, very good. I'm very confident
about it."

In May, TSA abandoned "puffer
machines" made by General Electric Co. and
Smiths Detection, which blew air onto pas-
sengers to dislodge trace amounts of explo-
sives. The government said the machines cost
too much to maintain and regularly broke
down when exposed to dirt or humidity.
There are still 1.8 puffer machines deployed at
US. airports. | ;

(Arthur Max reported from Amsterdam.
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EDITOR, The Tribune.

I would like to commend the
prime minister and other dele-
gates for attending the 2009
Summit on Climate Change in
Copenhagen. While CARI-
COM would have adequately
represented our interests, the
world needs to know that island
nations such as the Bahamas
are committed to combating cli-
mate change.

Showing up to key events
shows a level of seriousness that
would not be communicated
through a representative.

Island nations are by far the
most susceptible to the effects
of climate change, and we need
to lead the charge on making
changes to protect our way of
life. One could argue that we




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broad policy decisions because
we don’t know all of the details.

However, for the Bahamas,
the details are inconsequential.
Whether sea levels rise one
meter or three meters and hur-
ricanes increase in intensity by
10 per cent or 40 per cent, we
would still be devastated by the
effects. As such, we need to
arrive at a consensus to take
aggressive action in an attempt
to prevent even the smallest
amount of anticipated temper-
ature and sea level rise.

Any positive influence that

should refrain from making we can convey to the rest of the

MATS ee nT
TAMA TITLES ase TT ets

EDITOR, The Tribune. |







I feel compelled to address the point, “On one area that
we can save the Bahamian tax payers millions of dollars.”
I open with two questions: ;
(1) How'many privately owned buildings are current-
ly leased by the Bahamas Government to housed various
Ministries? ,

(2) What are their monthly, yearly payments?

Many Bahamians have asked the same questions and
are wondering why we cannot build our own complexes
or buildings. I submit that the more money the country .
| makes is the more we should tighten our belts. Cut back.
on the unnecessary, and in some cases, the ill-conceived
spending. In the lean years, we must demonstrate fiscal
discipline, the more so. In trimming the fat, this area is a
good place to start. As crime is tackled, we must bear in.
mind that law enforcement combined should make up at
least 10 per cent of our population. In so doing, more
human resources would be available. Thus, tactical units
can be apportioned to manage the various social ills and
the problems of crime plaguing the country today.

As we cancel the contract of various senior police offi-
cers and others, we must be careful who or how many
officers are let go. There can be no substitute for expe-
rience. If too many of thése officers are let go, the ship of
law enforcement can capsize, and this will be bad for
business. It is different if the reason was because of cor-
ruption. But if we are trying to trim the fat why not cut
the fat from the leases of these building owners, who
can better absorb the hard times than the senior offi-
cers of law enforcement. Surely, there are many spaces
owned by the Government, where many of the min-
istries can be housed. We must seek to take better care of
God’s resources. ° _




































FRANK GILBERT
' Former Law Enforcement Officer
Nassau,
December 21, 2009.



| climate summit

world would make this aggre's-
sive action worthwhile.

So while we can bicker, neame
call, and argue about the accu-
racy of a few emails, the bevttom
line is that we should encourage
our government to continue to

‘take bold steps with regards to

energy and emissions 1olicies.
Because, hypocritical or not,
this is the type of action that
will get the world’s attention,
and hopefully, convince others
to follow suit.

Whether we expect the sea
to rise one meter or three
meters, we cannot afford to sit
idly by and wait ‘for the world to
determine our fate.

- R KNOWLES
Nassau,
December, 2009.

Thank heaven for
Religious Police

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Re: Anger over decision not
to hang Jewish decorations on
Bay Street.

The Tribune, December
16, 2009.

Thank heaven for those
sharp-eyed Religious Police
from BEC who are once again
tirelessly protecting us from
Jewish decorations and sym-
bols. These legendary religious
zealots from BEC will also
defend us from the dreaded ‘X’
as used in ‘Xmas’. Luckily for
us, they are completely willing
to overlook the fact that among
Christians, the ‘X’ in this con-
text is derived from the Greek
letter Chi which has denoted
‘Christ” for many centuries (see

- the Labarum). Anyway, it’s

comforting that in this season of
peace and goodwill to all, they
will eliminate all that dangerous
Jew stuff, such as menorahs and
Stars of David, from contami-
nating our Christian decora-
tions. However, we might just
miss that baby from the House
of David, and other Jewish peo-
ple depicted in the manger
scenes. Later, perhaps these
BEC divinity scholars, govern-
ment watchdogs and regulators,
would also work on purging the
Old Testament from our Chris-
tian Bible as well. After that —
who knows how far this might
go?
Happy Hanukkah.

KEN W KNOWLES, MD
Nassau,
December 17, 2009.



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THE TRIBUNE

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 5



Man dies
in traffic —
accident

THE country recorded

its fifty-second traffic

fatality on Monday when
a 39-year-old man died
in a traffic accident at

Abaco.

According to police
press liaison officer i
Chrislyn Skippings it was .:
sometime around 10.40
am whez policeyon Aba-
co received information
of an accident on
Earnest Dean Highway
in South Abaco.

At the scene, police
found a 1995 Toyota
Tercel, license number
15863, overturned in
bushes on the western
side of the highway near
Serenity Point.

“On further examina-
tion, officers discovered
the lifeless body of a 39-
year-old male resident of
Sandy Point trapped
beneath the vehicle,”
Sergeant Skippings said.

“The information

THE Progressive Liberal
Party issued a statement
over the holiday weekend
expressing their deep con-
cern for the downgraded
rating issued for the
Bahamas’ economy by
Standard and Poor’s.

According to PLP Chair-
man Bradley Roberts the
rating of the Bahamas has
been lowered, with the S&P
saying that the nation’s fis-
cal position has deteriorat-
ed due to increased spend-
ing while its narrow rev-
enue base has declined.

“It is a strong and clear
message that the Bahami-
an economy is not being
well managed. It is an

indictment on the leader-

POLICE over the weekend
apprehended Stephen “Die” Stubbs



THE PLP criticised both Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham (left) -
and Zhivargo Laing.

ship skills of this present
Government with respect
to our economy.

“The effect of S&P down-
grade will be: It will become

more difficult for the
Bahamas to borrow mon-
ey. The cost of borrowing
will become more expen-
sive and this is significant
because the National Debt
is so high and daily contin-
ues to grow.

“Despite all the talk by
Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham and Minister
Zhivargo Laing about the
Government being fiscally
prudent, the truth is that
this FNM Government is
simply reckless.

“The Bahamian people

must now force them to.

accept total responsibility
for the very serious state of
affairs in our once econom-
ically pace-setting country,”

arrested and accused of harbouring
a fugitive.

PLP voices concern over |
conomy downgrading —

Mr Roberts said. |

The PLP asserts that in
light of the serious finan-
cial mess the country is now
in, the first course of action
is for the Prime Minister to
fire himself as Minister of
Finance as he does not pos-
sess the “discipline to
restrain expenditure, and it
is clear, that his Junior Min-
ister Zhivargo Laing does
not have the posterity to
stand up to his Leader”. ”

“The Bahamas needs a
seasoned, serious and
strong person as Minister
of Finance.

“As a matter of fact, as
soon as possible, the
Bahamas needs the PLP,”
Mr Roberts said.

Man wanted for questioning apprehended

Corporal Ambrose was gunned
down in front of the former Club

Woman
Killed in
Car crash

AN Eleuthera
woman died after her
car smashed into a treé
while driving onthe
Queen's Highway.

Police believe Sophie
Kemp Moss, a 31-year-
old native of Rock
Sound Eleuthera, lost
control of her vehicle
— a champagne
coloured Honda
license plate number
6652 — around 11.30
pm Wednesday and
ran into a tree.

Moss was pro-
nounced dead at the
scene, police said.





ISTRUCKUM

Rock on West Bay Street on March
13, 1999. Stubbs was also one of four
men who had been accused of the

Police had issued an All Points
Bulletin for Stubbs last week.

received was that the

C . who they say is wanted for ques-
driver was travelling

tioning in connection with “a num-




south on the highway
when he apparently lost
control of the vehicle,”
Sergeant Skippings said.

Police have not yet
released the identity of
the victim.

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - A 64-year-old businessman was
shot and robbed of cash by masked gunmen early
Sunday morning in East Grand Bahama.

Asst Supt Welbourne Bootle, officer in charge of
Traffic Division; reported that the incident occurred
sometime around 5.57am at Bevans Town, East
End.

According to reports,.two maskéd men bran-
dishing long guns held up the businessman and
robbed him of an undetermined amount of cash.
The culprits shot the man in the arm before fleeing
the scene.

. The victim-was taken to Rand Memorial Hos-
pital, where he was treated and later discharged.

ASP Bootle said the Police are appealing to
anyone with information that can assist them with
their investigation to call 911.

DRUG ARREST

Two women were arrested after police discoy-
ered drugs at a residence in Freeport on Satur-
day, December 26.

According to police reports, sometime around
8.30pm officers of “Operation Grinch” Unit exe-
cuted a search warrant at a residence on Burton
Lané, where they discovered a quantity of illegal
drugs an. cash.

Police seized 26 zip-lock packets of suspected
marijuana and three large plastic bags of an unde-
termined amount of cash.

Two women occupants, ages 48 and 31, were
arrested and taken into police custody.

TEEN DIES
A teen who sustained severe injuries a month



Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs

Businessman is shot and
robbed by masked gunmen

ber of murders.”

Police made the arrest early
Saturday morning around 3.40 am.
Acting on a tip, police arrested
Stubbs, 34, at a residence in the
Cowpen Road area. A 48-year-old
man and a 29-year-old woman, who
lived at the residence, were also

ago in a traffic accident on Grand Bahama died on
December 23 — a day after his release from hos-
pital in New Providence.

The young man’s identification is being with-

-held at this time as police are awaiting the results
of the autopsy before classifying his death as a

traffic fatality.

The traffic accident occurred on : November 23
when a vehicle crashed into a utility pole on West
Sunrise Highway.

The driver and passenger in the vehicle were
both 16 years of age. Both were critically injured
and airlifted to the Princess Margaret Hospital in
New Providence.

The driver was released earlier from hospital.
The passenger was released on December 22 to
his mother in Nassau and died the following day.

ASP Bootle is appealing to young drivers to
obey the speed limits while driving on the street.

“Young road users tend to speed in order to
show they can drive; they have no regard and
respect for the rules of the road and that is a
problem that we are trying to address at this
time,” he said.

Mr Bootle advised parents not to allow their
children to drive their vehicles if they do not have
a license. °

He also noted that if student drivers have a
learner’s permit someone who is a licensed driver
must be present with them while they are dri-
ving.

ASP Bootle reported that there was a total of
26 road accidents. during the Christmas week. He
noted that nine of those occurred on Christmas
day. ’

“We want to advise the motoring public to be
cautious, especially during the festive season.

“The accident rate is unacceptably high and
this is a concern for the police,” he said.

In October, Stubbs and three
other men were charged in connec-
tion with a $4 million marijuana
seizure in Exuma. Stubbs, with Clin-
ton Evans and Andrew Davis, is
presently awaiting a retrial in the
murder case of police Corporal Jim-
my Ambrose.

November 2007 murder of alleged
hitman Samuel "Mouche" McKen-
. zie.
Stubbs and his co-accused were
subsequently discharged because of
lack of evidence.










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LOCAL NEWS

| Looking for the lost Atlantis
| continent under Bimini waters



Search for ancient undersea civilisation set to start this year

A search for the “lost conti-
nent” of Atlantis is set to get
underway this year beneath the
turquoise waters of Bimini:

A U.S.-based non-profit
group:devoted to the teachings
of the late Edgar Cayce, an
American psychic, is prepared
to spend hundreds of thousands
of dollars contracting a Flori-
da company to hunt for the
ancient undersea civilisation
which the late “prophet” pre-
dicted exists near the Bimini
islands.

The declaration that
“Atlantis will rise near Bimini

' in 1969”, said to have been

uttered whilst he slept, was just
one of thousands of predictions
issued by Cayce before he died
60 years ago.

“The Bimini Road”, a u-
shaped stone formation that
can be scen from the sky in
shallow water near north Bimi-
ni, is believed by members of
the Association for Research
and Enlightenment (A.R.E.)
that promotes Cayce’s belicfs
to be “the road” that may lead
to Atlantis, The Miami Herald
reports.

Cayce told of Atlantis as an
ancient continent inhabited by
members of an advanced civili-
sation that was destroyed by a~







‘PSYCHIC: Edgar Cayce

catastrophic event in 10,000
B.C.

Temple

He asserted that the Bimini
Islands represent what remains
of a mountain range where
chiefs erected a’ temple with a
“Hall of Records” containing
stone tablets detailing their pre-
evolutionary history.

What’s more — 12,000 gold
coins were predicted to lie in



an inlet between the north and
south Bimini islands. Howey-
er, to date, no evidence of these
treasures has yet been uncov-
ered,

Director of A.R.E., John
Van Auken, said technical
divers from Florida company
Global Underwater Explorers
will conduct four deep-diving
expeditions near Bimini on
behalf of A.R.E. in 2010 in an
effort to change this.

The organisation expects to
spend between $20,000 and
$50,000, securing a large moth-
ership as the mission base for
dives using rebreathers, high-
definition video and digital
mapping equipment, and. pos-
sibly a two-person submarine,
revealed 63-year-old Mr
Auken. “From Cayce’s psychic,
deep attunement to universal
consciousness, he said one of
the key temples with 32 stone
tablets is off the coast of Bimi-
ni at the edge of the Gulf
Stream,” Van Auken said.

Both Van Auken and other
more sceptical commentators
are in agreement that there is
certainly some interesting sub:
marine geographical features
in the waters surrounding Bimi-
ni that seem, to some extent
“unnatural.”

GB police continue armed robberies probe





By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net



FREEPORT - Grand Bahama police are con-
tinuing their investigations into two armed rob-
beries that occurred over the Christmas holiday.

According to reports, sometime around
10.45pm on Christmas Eve a resident of Bamboo
Cay was held up in his home and robbed by a
gunman. :

The victim reported that he was at home when
a masked man armed with a handgun forced
open a northern bedroom door.

The gunman:demanded money. The victim
gave him cash and other items. The culprit also
took the victim’s cellular phone and keys to his
blue coloured 1998 Nissan Sentra.

The gunman fled the scene. The suspect was
wearing dark clothing and gloves.

He is described as about 5’ 7” tall of slim build,

with medium brown complexion. In a separate
matter, police received a report of an armed rob-
bery on Christmas Day.

A 31-year-old male resident of Churchill Dri-
ve, South Bahamia, contacted police sometime
around 11.26pm and reported that he had been
robbed, : B hte

He told officers that just as he pulled into his
yard with his family, they were approached by
four men. Three were armed with handguns and
one with a long gun.’ ;

The suspects robbed the man of his white
coloured 2004 Chevy Tahoe.

ASP Loretta Mackey said the vehicle still

‘remains missing. She said the police are seeking

the assistance of the public in locating it:

No one was hurt in either incidents. Anyone
with information concerning these incidents is
asked to call officers of Central Detective Unit at
352-9774/5, 350-3107/8 or 911.

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2000-200

By SIR RONALD
SANDERS

(The writer is a Consultant
and former Caribbean diplo-
mat)

THE first decade of the
21st Century — 2000 to 2009
— has proven to be a decade
of decline for the countries of
the Caribbean Community
and Common Market
(CARICOM).

When the UN Human
Development index was pub-
lished in 1999, four of the 13
independent CARICOM
countries (not including Haiti)
were rated among the top 50
nations. Ten years later in
2009, only Barbados and
Antigua and Barbuda are
among the top 50 having
dropped from 29 to 37, and
from 38 to 47 respectively.
The two others, Bahamas and
Trinidad and Tobago, fell
from 31 to 52 and 46 to 64.

With the exception of St
Lucia which improved its
position from 81 to 69, every
other CARICOM country fell
in the index indicating that
the condition of the region as
a whole deteriorated..

Real income in the CARI-
COM area is less today than it
was 10 years ago; unemploy-
ment is higher in 2009 than it
was in 1999; poverty has
expanded in many countries;
and many;CARICOM coun-
tries now experience debt lev-
els of over 100 per cent of
their GDP.

Throughout the decade,
tourism demonstrated how
fragile an industry it is.

The 9/11 atrocity in 2001

in New York severely affected
tourism as Americans and
people from many other
nations curtailed travel. Two
years later the outbreak of
Severe Acute Respiratory
Syndrome (SARS) also deliv-
ered'a vicious blow to
tourism. Then the financial
crisis, which started toward
the end of 2008, walloped the
industry. Tourist. arrivals
dropped by 10 per cent in
Bahamas, Antigua and Bar-
buda and Barbados and by 20
per cent in St Vincent and the

Grenadines and St Kitts- ,

‘Nevis.
- Prices for the region’s Com-

modities also fell. Jamaica,.

Guyana and Suriname expe-
rienced a 50 per cent drop in
prices for aluminium, and the
price for a barrel of Trinidad
and Tobago’s oil plummeted

sea



“With the
exception of
St Lucia which
improved its
position from
81 to 69, every
other CARICOM
country fell in
the index indi-
cating that the
condition of

the region as

a whole
deteriorated.”



to US$40 from $147.
And, as. the decade was
drawing to a close the region’s

- preferential market for

bananas in the European
Union (EUV) was fatally punc-
tured by a deal stitched up
between the EU Commission
and Latin American produc-
ers with the active participa-
tion of the Director-General
of the World Trade Organi-
sation (WTO) Pascal Lamy,
a former EU trade negotia-
tor. Now neither Caribbean
bananas nor Caribbean sug-
ar has much prospect for mar-
kets in the EU.

The regioa as a whole also
faces an uncertain future in
global trade negotiations
under the WTO. Having con-
ceded the opening of key
areas of their economies to
the EU under an Economic

‘Partnership Agreement

(EPA) signed in 2008, the
regional countries have no
chance of bargaining for more

‘ advantageous conditions in

the WTO. And, it has to be
noted that the EPA negotia-
tions were a travesty, ending
with the EU holding a gun at
the heads of Caribbean gov-
ernments to either sign or
have higher tariffs placed on
their key exports.

' The picture for interna-
tional financial services is just

as bleak. Having fought off
the so-called “Harmful tax
competition initiative”
(HTCI) of the Organisation
for Economic Cooperation
and Development (OECD) -
the club of'the rich countries —
in 2002, Caribbean govern-
ments allowed themselves to
be threatened by the newly
formed G20 countries in 2009
into signing up to 12 Tax

Information Exchange Agree- .

ments (TIEA’s) with OECD
countries. New members of
the G20 — Brazil, China, India
and South Africa — who
Caribbean countries might
have expected to fight their
corner, simply endorsed the

’ OECD agenda. The cost of
‘ compliance with these agree-

ments will place an unreason-
able burden of cost on regu-
latory bodies and financial
institutions in the Caribbean.
Despite all the protestations
to the contrary, the offshore

sector ‘of the majority of .

Caribbean countries is dying;
as its contribution to eco-
nomic growth and employ-
ment withers.

The significant point is that
Caribbean governments
agreed to sign up'to the

. TIEA’s with all their atten-

dant costs and did. not seek
to fight the issue collectively.
As the curtain came down

on 2009, the International :

Monetary Fund (IMF) pro-
jected negative growth for all

CARICOM countries with’

the possible exception of
Guyana, Suriname and
Dominica. Nonetheless,
almost all of the CARICOM

countries have unemployment
- levels in excess of 12 per cent,

and in the next decade many

‘ of them will have to surrender
direction of their economic

and fiscal policies to the IMF
in return for its financial assis-
tance.
In crime and'security, the
decline in Caribbean circum-
stances has been dramatic.
Between 2000. and 2009, mur-
der rates became higher than
in any other region of the
world, and assault rates rose
significantly above the world

average. According to the .

UN report ‘Crime, Violence

Bradley Roberts pays tribute
to Oscar Johnson Senior

PLP Chairman Bradley’

Robérts has remembered
Oscar Johnson Senior as.a
man whose commitment to

the greater good of his coun- °

try trumped any political
allegiance, who served his
Cat Island constituency with
“an extraordinary sense of
love and patriotism.”

Former MP Mr Johnson,
an outspoken political vet-

‘eran, died last Tuesday,
December 22, aged 77.

In a release issued the fol-
lowing day expressing the
PLP’s condolences, Mr
Roberts said Mr Johnson
was a “a passionate man and
unflinching in his views and

beliefs” who at one time was —

a “standard bearer for the
PLP.” :

' “We say farewell to Mr

Oscar Johnson with grati-
tude and esteem, for a life
which has been of valuable
service to the people of the
Commonwealth of The
Bahamas,” said Mr Roberts.

Mr Johnson, also father of
the first woman speaker of

the House of Assembly, |

Ithalia Johnson, served as
MP for Cat Island under the
PLP banner from 1967 to

1977 before being dropped —

from the party’s candidates
list in 1977, and unsuccess-

fully running as an indepen- ,

dent for the seat. Mr John-
son rejoined the PLP in 1980
but within four years
switched his political alle-
giance, joining the Free
National Movement.

The PLP Chairman said:
“Mr Johnson’s political life
reads as a fiery and interest-
ing collection of stories of
his unyielding nature in the
face of authority, wherever
and whenever he deemed
them to be unjust or unfair.

He will be remembered as
‘nobody’s yes man’ —
unafraid to stand his ground
even if it meant a denial of a
party nomination or the
momentary fall out with the
then party hierarchy.”

“His example of having
played a meaningful role in
both major political organi-
zations in our nation is a
timeless lesson-to the pre-
sent generation of how love
for country first may some-

times force difficult politi-.

cal decisions but in his case,
never meant a compromise
in values or respect for his
fellowman...may his soul rest
eternally in peace.”







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By ADRIAN GIBSON
ajbahama@hotmail.com

I wish to say a special thank
you to all of this column’s
readers who expressed kind
and cheerful regards over the
last month or so when I took a
hiatus from writing my column
while preparing for end-of-
semester examinations. As
most of this column’s readers
know, I am presently in law
school and, in future, there will
be times. when I will again take
a brief sabbatical in order to
study for finals.

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THIS YEAR, a tsunami of

death and mayhem has surged
over Bahamian society. Above

all the other Bahama Islands, :



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crime-plagued, filthy and pop-
ulous township where the spi-
raling rate of violent crime
appears to be only comparable
to a pandemic for which there
seems to be no wave of pam
nization.

As the record-setting annu-
al murder count is fast
approaching 90, our society is
gripped by ghoulish, criminal

‘incidents that know no fron-

tiers and have crept into near-
ly every nook and cranny of
our country, When hearing
reports of murders and rob-

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beries in outlying, relatively
quiet islands such as Andros,
Exuma, Grand Bahama,
Eleuthera, Abaco and even
Bimini, it is clear that the high
rate of violent crime has
mutated across the archipel-
ago. It is baffling to note the
daily stories of death and vio-
lence that is sending shivers
down the collective spine of
the entire Bahamas, a once
quaint society that, in the past,
policed itself.

The rule of law, as noted
by the great philosopher Aris-
totle, is preferable to that of
any individual.’British philoso-
pher Thomas Hobbes opined,
in his work Leviathan, that
without the rule of law, life

would be “nasty, brutish and:

short.” The law is expected to
fundamentally underpin all
societies, however, the author-
ity of the state is being openly
challenged by organized and
sadistic criminals.

The crime hotspot—New
Providence—has been beset

' by house break-ins, vehicle

and boat thefts, arms traffick-
ing, migrant smuggling, high-
jackings, money laundering,
identity theft, fraud, cyber
crime, robberies, rapes, drug
peddling, and heinous murders
and drive-by shootings. The

- past year—last decade—has

been one of murder and bed-
lam, as carnage has been left
about the nation’s streets and

, a blanket of grief is draping

many families across the arch-
ipelago. As a vicious cycle of
retaliatory violence is being

unleashed and our nation

descends into becoming an
absolute madhouse, it is obvi-
ous that our moral fabric is
tattered.

Locally, the notion of selec-
tive justice must be stamped
out. Respect for the law has
been eroded even at the high-
est level of government by

influence peddling and deal- -

making. It is known that some
of the country’s movers and
shakers fail to. heed the law
themselves as there is a con-
spicuous level. of deception
and transgressions by some
unprincipled politicians and
white ‘collar criminals that, for
the most part, go unreported.

Crime is an insidious
scourge on our society that
must be tackled at every level.
There is a common consensus
among the populace that the
crime rate is too high and, for
many, that capital punishment

_ should be carried out, so it

perplexes me how time-wast-
ing committees continue to be
appointed and/or are deferred
to. Surely, the movers behind
such committees should realize

that the Bahamian people are
not intellectual midgets!
Recently, international ,
attention has been drawn to
the Bahamas due to the spate
of .tourist-related robberies.
However, the police must also
pay special attention to cer-
tain drug peddling taxi-drivers ‘
who, it is claimed, offer ille-
gal substances to tourists or
facilitate their drug hunts.
Some time ago, I called for
a “212 day”, pursuant to the
Penal Code, chapter 84, sec-
tion 212: of the Bahamas’
statute laws. On such an occa-
sion, throngs of police officers
should be deployed on to the
streets to conduct this dragnet
operation. Indeed, such an
operation would net thousands
in fines, lead to the apprehen-
sion of wanted criminals and
target those individuals who
are selling food out of the back
trunks of vehicles without
health: certificates and other
documentation; apprehend
those who illegally light fires
and destroy government/pri-
vate property, arrest persons
who unlawfully affix signs on
buildings or public. property
(e.g. utility poles); fine per-

‘sons who do not have a permit

from the Commissioner of
Police that allows them to ply

‘their wares or hold demon-

strations; fine hawkers and
those loiterets who harass per-
sons outside of banks, at ATM
depots, pharmacies or while
waiting at a fast-food drive-
thru; penalize those peddlers
of fruits, clothes and phone
cards who do not have the
proper documentation; throw
the book at persons who play.
loud music or make noises to
the annoyance of others, and .
soon. |

While enforcing the law and
addressing serious crimes, pet-
ty crimes must be dealt with
before they become larger
criminal undertakings.

In a column published on
June 21st, 2008 I said:

“In fighting crime and
reversing the apparent lack of
reverence for authority, law
enforcement officials must
adopt former New York may-
or Rudy Giuliani’s ‘broken
window’ approach and seri-
ously enforce the laws across*
the board—without ignoring
any infraction. Furthermore,
its high time close circuit tele-
vision (CCTV) is installed,
more strategic Defence Force
patrols are directed at mini-
mizing the smuggling of ille-
gal weapons/ammunition, that
police officers are heavily
deployed to. those boroughs
with the highest instances of
crime and that police officers
strengthen their relationship
with certain communities and
thereby better their intelli-
gence-gathering abilities.”

SEE page nine

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In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance
with Section 138(4) of the International Business
Companies Act. 2000 ROWAL HOLDING LTD.
is in dissolution as of December 18, 2009.

International Liquidator Services Inc. situated at 35A
Regent Street, RO. Box 1777, Belize a Belize is

the Liquidator.

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NOTICE
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In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that-in accordance
with Section 138(4) of the International Business
Companies Act. 2000 YONAS INC. is in

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Regent Street, P.O. Box LE Belize City, Belize is
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 9



a Gea ee ee
in Bahamian society

FROM page eight

Today, there is evidence that
some of this advice has been
taken into account but there
remains much room for
improvement.

It is a sad fact to note that
Bahamians have today resort-
ed to living in caged enclaves,
due to the social menaces that
most likely cropped up out of
a broken home—absentee
parent—and the unrelenting
pursuit of material possessions.
Last week, based upon the
bumper-to-bumper traffic and
the hordes of Bahamians
shopping and enthralled in
their near hedonistic pursuit
of materialism-at-all-costs, it
was difficult to imagine the
Bahamas facing recessionary
times.

According to social scientist
Dr Silvius Wilson, as a society
“we must look at the root
cause of crime.”

Dr Wilson states: “Crime
also stems from poverty,
inequality and people’s life
chances, their education or
lack thereof and an inability
of some to rationalize. Very
often, when a fight occurs for
example, signals break down
in their ability to reason. While
it is good for the police to
detect, they are only a wider
approach to crime.

“We must look at the social
issues and consider them in a
holistic way. It is very seldom
that you can point to a social
issue and say that it occurred
for one or two reasons. There
is a complex genesis as to its
occurrence. We must look at

where it started, what are

some of the manifestations
and have a sophisticated and
focused response to crime,”
he reported.

Instead of pontificating on
petty political matters, the
church could have a huge
impact in the fight against vio-
lent crime. It appears that the
church lacks the impetus and
the spiritual wherewithal to
take a hands-on lead in
addressing this pressing mat-
ter. Moreover, because of my
views as to the role of the
church, it has been said that
I’ve been too critical and false-
ly espoused that I am an athe-



THERE is a common consensus
among the populace that the
crime rate is too high and, for
many, that capital punishment
should be carried out.

ist. Nothing could be further
from the truth and, the truth
is, I am a church-goer and,
have been since childhood:and
my grandfather (Edward Gib-
son) is an ordained Bishop in
the Church of God (Long
Island). My criti¢ism of cer-
tain church-related. practices
in New Providence arise as I
have witnessed his kindness

“and-his spirituality that has

been manifested in his Christ-
ian/community outreach—not
the pursuit of material wealth,
meddling in the affairs of the
state or in the use of empty
words as I’ve observed with
many New Providence- based
pastors.

After a convicted murderer
is sentenced, a death warrant
should immediately be read.
Furthermore, all appeals
should be heard within 18
months after sentencing.

. Workers Party leader Rod- .

ney Moncur’s determination
to remain vocal about violent
crime and punishment is



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impressive. Mr Moncur has
projected himself as a fair-
minded campaigner in sensi-
tizing a seemingly desensitized
populace to the travails we
presently face. Mr Moncur’s
campaign in the public’s inter-
est is a far cry from that of cer-
tain politicians who seem too
insulated and too preoccupied
with themselves to be gen-

uinely concerned for others— —

too indifferent to the suffer-
ing of victims.

‘In. the Bahamas, there
remains a need for more
judges and support staff to

alleviate the backlog of cases;

a programme to attach elec-
tronic tracking devices to the
ankles of accused offenders on
bail must be initiated; and a
sex offender’s database must
be created.

As school children contin-
ue to glorify violence and
sadism, it is incumbent upon
parents to instil a sense of
ethics and responsibility so
that a new generation of anti-
social criminals is not bred.

Crime has reached a point
where the police/officials and
the community must engage
in wider dialogue and consul-
tation to effectively confront
it—it requires a national part-
nership. The new police com-
missioner, Ellison Greenslade,
seems to be devising strategies
to disrupt criminal activities
and effectively target the crim-
inal element while impressing
upon the public the urgency
of their assistance in making
it difficult for these scoundrels
to evade detection.

Moreover, it is high-time
that the police are equipped

with helicopters to track and’

chase criminals as well as con-

duct intelligence gathering and

surveillance exercises.

The Bahamian society is a
powder-keg. Maybe, just
maybe, the movers and shak-
ers at the Ministry of National
Security should also go to the
blocks and visit the prison to
discover—first hand—what
led these individuals into a life
of crime while drafting a more
effective plan to fight crime.

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Olympian charged
with killing athlete
in the course of
dangerous driving
FROM page one

at the time of his arraign-

ment, was granted bail by

the magistrate in the sum

of $9,000 with one surety.

The case was adjourned to
March 21, 2010 for trial :
and transferred to Court ;

12.
According to police,

Bethel was a passenger ina ;
car with Bahamian :
Olympian sprinter Adrian
Griffith travelling east on }
West Bay Street near the :
Breezes Hotel when a grey :
coloured taxi reportedly ;
reversed from the hotel :
ramp onto the main West’ ;
Bay Street. Griffith report- :
edly told police he avoided :
the taxi, but lost control of :
the vehicle and hit a tree. :
He received minor injuries

to his hand and knee.

Christopher, however, died

at the scene.
Christopher,

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FROM pageone Man stabbed to death in holiday violence

Daddy Joe’s Restaurant and
Night Club outside Gregory
Town, Eleuthera — an estab-
lishment near the Glass Win-
dow Bridge — around 2.20
am yesterday as he tried to

stop a fight between two oth- ,

er men, one a resident of
Hatchet Bay and the other
from Gregory Town,

Eleuthera.

During the altercation,
Albury was stabbed in his
neck. He was taken to the
local clinic, but died a short
time later, said Press Liaison
Officer Sgt Chrislyn Skip-

pings. His murder marked the
island's third for the year.

A male resident of Hatch-
et Bay, Eleuthera is assisting
police with their investiga-
tions.

Albury's untimely death
came as a shock for his "dev-
astated" friends and family
who recalled the victim as a
dependable, respectable
young man who lived with his
grandmother in Gregory
Town.

"He was a good person,
respected his elders and he
was well trained," his aunt



THE BODY of Cordero Newbold i is removed rom an apartment off

St Vincent Road.

Ingrid Whyte told The Tri-
bune from hér home in James
Cistern, Eleuthera. "We're
coping with it, but it's a big
loss."

A source close to the fami-
ly remembered Albury as an

upstanding citizen from a.

good family.
He is the grandson of the

well-known Eleuthera Rev .

Cladwell Armbrister, now
deceased, and a nephew of
Martin Albury, chairman of
the North Eleuthera FNM

constituency. Relatives said -

his parents both reside in Nas-
sau.

"This was a hardworking
young fella from a good fam-
ily living with his grammy try-
ing to help her out," said.a
source close to the family. "So

‘when you see things like that

happening it's sad, the whole

community, the whole island’
sympathises with this family

and you wonder how many
more young men will'be killed
by these hardened criminals."

Meantime, police on New
Providence have. their. hands
full with the. murder of .21-
year-old, Cordero Newbold
of Long Island.

Sgt Skippings said police -
received information about a
stabbing at Chester Close off
Emmanuel Way, near St Vin-
cent Road in New Providence
around 5 pm Sunday.
Responding officers found
Newbold's lifeless body at an
apartment on Chester Close.

Police reports state that .
Newbold and another man |

were in an altercation result-
ing in Newbold being stabbed
multiple: times in his body.
EMS responded and pro-
nounced the victim dead at
the scene.

_A juvenile is assisting

police with their investigation.
Murder number. 85

occurred around 12.15 am last
Thursday at the Golden Gates
Shopping Centre.

Police said 31-year-old
Tamar Morely of Carmichael
Road was about to pick up his
wife from Super Value Food
Store where she worked when
he was approached by three
men, allegedly armed with
handguns. ;

The thugs attempted to rob
Morely who resisted, in turn
being shot, Sgt Skippings said.

Morely was taken to hospi-
tal by ambulance but:died

-around 6 o’clock that morning

as a result of his injuries.
Police investigations con-
tinue.

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with 1,627 points: Kingdom. Warriors came in fourth with 1,460
and The Original Congos came in fifth with 1,316 points. Red-
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say that sometime around 11.20 pm
on December 25, they received reports
of a stabbing on Soldier Road near

the roundabout at Wulff and Bernard |

Roads. At the scene officers spoke to
a 21-year-old man of Lincoln Boule-
vard who informed them that while
walking on Soldier Road, he was
attacked by a group of.men. The vic-
tim was stabbed multiple times by the
men and was taken to hospital by
EMS. Police say that his injuries are
serious, but not life threatening.

In another incident, an 18-year-old
youth was stabbed multiple times
when he was attacked by a group of
men in the area of the Queen Eliza-

Stabbing incidents

beth Sports Centre Saturday morn-
ing. Police say that sometime around
1.10 am on Décember 26, they
received a report of a stabbing at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports. Centre. At
the scene officers spoke to an 18-year-
old who said that while in the area
he -was attacked by a group of men
and stabbed on the left side of his
neck and forehead. The victim was
taken to hospital and is listed in stable
condition. Police say that they are
also following significant leads into
the matter. ,

Some three hours later,a woman
was stabbed during a fight at the
Garage Night Club, Gladstone Road.

According to police, they received
reports of the fight sometime around
4.29 am. At the scene officers were

informed that a woman who was at

the club was stabbed multiple times
by another woman.

The, victim was taken to hospital.

Police have taken a woman into cus-
tody in connection with this matter.
Around 3.20 pm on December 27,
police received information ofa
shooting on Balls Alley off Shirley
Street. According to reports, a 23-
year-old man was shot multiple times
in his hip and leg by another man. °
The victim was taken to hospital

where he is listed in serious but stable:
condition. Police say that they are fol-.

lowing significant leads into the mat-
ter. -

In other crime news, a local break-
fast stand was robbed of an undeter-
mined amount of cash by gunmen on
Sunday, according to police. |

Sometime around 1.45 pm on Sun-
day police received a report of an
armed robbery at Papa Sid’s. Break-
fast Stand, Baillou Hill Road.

At the scene, an employee of the
breakfast stand told police that two.

“men, one dressed in a dark shirt and

dark trousers and armed with a hand-
-gun, entered Papa Sid’s and demand-
ed cash. ;
The men took an undetermined
amount of cash and fled the area in a
‘four-door green coloured Sentra
heading north on Baillou Hill Road

and turning east onto Coconut Grove.

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FROM page one

lenge and I will have more to
say about that early in the New
Year," said Mr Ingraham.

In terms of economic recoy-
ery, Mr Ingraham said that
although economists contend
that the worst of the recession is
over it will take some time
before the weakened tourism
industry and other economic
sectors fully rebound.

His comments came in the
wake of an escalating murder
count — which stood at 87 for
the year up to press time — and
the downgrading of the coun-
try's long-term sovereign credit
rating from A- to BBB+ by
international credit rating
agency Standard and Poor's.
The downgrade will make it

Prime Minister

more expensive for the
Bahamas to borrow money
from the international commu-
nity.

In spite of these remaining
"uncertainties" he assured the
country that his government will
continue to prudently manage
the economy so: that the
Bahamas is "well-placed" for a
global economic turnaround.

"Thousands of Bahamian
families have had to face the
stark reality of unemployment
and underemployment as the
global economy and hence the
Bahamian economy shrank.

"I know that for many people
2009 has been very difficult. .
.We are cautiously optimistic
that 2010 will be better for more

PRIME MINISTER
Hubert Ingraham

people than was 2009," he said,
adding that the Bahamas has
fared the economic storm better
than many other countries.

Mr Ingraham outlined the
various initiatives his adminis-
tration has launched in an
attempt to buffer the country
from the worst of the’ recession,

LOCAL NEWS



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Passengers on international flights will also
have to do without several in-flight conveniences
due to the tighter security measures.

The stricter-controls prohibit passengers from
using the bathrooms during the last hour of a
flight, and bans use of televisions during flights.
Airline travellers have also been limited to only
one piece of carry-on luggage.

According to a traveller who left Nassau for Ft
Lauderdale on a Jet Blue flight on Sunday, his
flight was only delayed about 30 minutes due to
the new regulations.

He said hundreds of passengers were left dis-
gruntled by the delay as they were subjected to
the body search carried out by several atten-
dants before they were allowed to go through
LPIA's departure gates and board their planes.

"It was a messed up situation — it was one line
for all flights, everyone was waiting on this line to
get searched. Everyone was complaining, espe-
cially the tourists, people were kind of upset
about it. Some were saying, being in the part of -
the world they are and the short flight to Fort
Lauderdale, they didn't think all of this was nec-
essary," said the Bahamian traveller who did not
want to be identified. "Still, it was well co-ordi-



Taylor Industries Ltd. Congratulates the final winner in its Big Christmas Giveaway.
Beginning December 1st any customer purchasing a major appliance, .LCD TV, or-AC
unit had their name entered into the draw with a chance to win either an 18cf. fridge or
a 5cf. chest freezer. The drawings are held each Saturday at noon. The final draw was
Saturday 19th December. There were also daily giveaways.

‘Airport to enhance security.

‘ nated, there were about four people doing the

searches, but it still took a long time."
The traveller told The Tribune that passen-
gers were advised to use the bathrooms before

_ boarding the flights, as in-flight use of the lava-

tories was banned.

They could not use the airplane's tray table
and were not allowed to watch the television sets
located behind the head rests on Jet Blue's
planes. ;

According to international reports, Umar
Farouk Abdulmutallab, 23, was charged with

trying to blow up.a Delta/Northwest flight that |.

had 289 people on board. The suspect allegedly
managed to board the Amsterdam-Detroit flight
with explosives strapped to his leg and unsuc-
cessfully tried to destroy the plane on Christmas
Day, international reports state. .

Representatives from the Airport Authority, ©
Nassau Airport Development Company,
Bahamas Security Services Ltd and the airlines
met on Sunday to address the new travel regula-
tions implemented by the TSA, an arm of the US
Department of Homeland Security. :

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noting a public works pro-
gramme which he said provides
employment for hundreds, has
bolstered economic activity and
places the country in a better
position to compete when an
economic recovery comes.

"We have also been able to
bring various forms of relief to
many Bahamian families includ-
ing, for the first time, an unem-
ployment benefit which is a help
to many in these hard times.
Fer that we are thankful," said
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On a more positive note, the
nation's chief praised the thou-
sands of citizens who give back
to the community through vol-
unteer work along with public
servants, teachers.and those
who guard our borders.

"For them we are thankful," -

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The prime minister also
expressed disappointment that a
new legally-binding agreement
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pated Climate Change Confer-
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At that meeting industrialised
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minister explained.

"Indeed, it is believed that
sea level rise from an increase in
global temperatures by 2

_ degrees Celsius could result in

the loss of 80 per cent, of our
land mass," he said.
In the Copenhagen Accord,

developed countries also

pledged to extend US $30 bil-
lion over the next three years —
2010 to 2012 — and US $100
billion annually by 2020.

The funds will be used to help
developing states, low-lying
island states and other vulnera-
ble least developed states. to
prevent and adapt to climate
change problems, said Mr
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THE CI Gibson Rattlers
served noticé that they intend
to position themselves to
defend the title in their annual
Providence Holiday Classic. '

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improved to 2-0 as they
knocked off the Charles W.
Saunders Cougars 69-40. But
the RM Bailey Pacers also
improved to 2-0 as they rout-
ed the visiting North Long
Island 85-16.

e Here’s a summary of
some of the early games
played yesterday:

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Saunders with eight of his 14





“We still have to sharpened
up our defense because we’re

‘not rotating on the back
‘door,” said, Rattlers’ coach

Kevin ‘KJ’ Johnson. “We just
have to stay focus. We got by
because we’re a bigger team,
but we need to be more
focussed on the defensive
end.”

The Rattlers, who went on
to post a 33-14 half-time lead,
also got 14 from Shaquille
Adderley, seven from Rashad
Sturrup and six from Harold

‘ Lewis.

Denardo Smith scored 15.
and Rhemar Lewis had eight
in the loss. . ;

Cobras 58, Giants 20: CC
Sweeting’s starters, led by

. Roosevelt Whylly with four,

mesmerised St. John’s from
the opening quarter when
they opened a commanding
21-10 margin and they never
looked back. |
Coach Mario Bowleg said

"it was.a good win, considering

the fact that they couldn’t
hold off to beat the visiting
Eight Mile Rock Bluejays
from Grand Bahama on Sun-
day night.

“T think they felt they
should have won that one
(against EMR) because they
didn’t play defense like they

Should have,” Bowleg said.

“We came out flat and lost
that one. :
. “Today, they came out

more aggressive, realising that.

they have to win this one in
order to get a chance to play
Eight Mile Rock again to get
into the pool championship.”

“*Whylly finished with a

game high 16, Gabi Larent
had 10, Angelo Lockhart nine
and Patrick Davis eight in the
win.

Dwight Moss scored seven
in the loss. ee hy!

Pacers 85, North Long
Island 16: Yes, the score is
correct. RM Bailey, using a
smothering full court trap

. defence, had a balanced scor- .

ing attack as they humiliated
the visiting team.

“I think the fellows just
need to trust the system,” said
coach Stephen Strachan.
“We're still looking for the
chemistry, we’re still looking
for leadership and more guys
with more heart. That is all
we’re lacking right now
because we have the talent.”

Arte] Bethune scored a

game high 22, Stephen Stra-



poised

chan had 19, D’Shone Taylor
16 and Lyndrick. Storr 10, in
the blowout.
Renaldo Taylor had five in
the loss, which coach Sherwin
Major described as “hurtful,”

- but one that he feel will ben-

efit his team in the long run
when they host their own
tournament in February.
“This is really to get the
guys the experience of playing
another level of basketball,”
Major said. “On the islands,

we don’t get that much games

to play and so they have to
play in the night league.”

Bluejays 52, Giants 28:
Petro Williams was the only
player in double figures with
13, but he got enough help
from his team-mates as EMR
also stayed undefeated at 2-0.

Justin Smith scored eight,
Jamal Hall six and Ervin
Lewis five for the Bluejays.

Dwight Moss scored 13 and
Derek Kelly had seven in the
loss for St. John’s, who trailed
21-11 at the half.

USA 69, Cavaliers 52: The
visiting American team got
nine from Danrad Knowles
and eight’ from LJ Rose as
they opened a 17-14 first
quarter lead.

Knowles went on to score a
game high 23, Rose had 17
and Henry Riosco 10 in the
win.

Brashawn White had 19
and both Kevin Wallace and
Reynaldo Cash had nine in a
losing effort.

° In other results posted on
day one of the.tournament on
Sunday, Jack Hayward def.
University School 72-63; RM
Bailey def. Kingsway Acade-
my 54-42; Government High
Magics def. Charles W. Saun--
ders 51-49; Westminster def.
Doris Johnson 67-42; Telios
def. North Long Island 61-27;
Doris Johnson def. NGM
Major 61-40 and Eight Mile
Rock def. CC Sweeting 33-30.

Although they won, last
year’s runners-up Westmin-
ster'had a couple of players
injured and coach Geno
Bullard had indicated that he
was pulling his team.

e Action in the tournament
will continue today, starting
at 8 am. The pool champi-
onship will get started on
Wednesday at 9 a.m. with the
consolation third place game
at 7 p.m., followed by the
championship gamé at 8:30
p.m. ;

ACC Sweeting’s Cobras’ player goes through the middle of the St.
John’s Giants defense for a finger roll.

PvE ey eR OO
TRIBUNE SPORTS

Ferguson-MeKenzie as the
Female Athlete of the Year

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE Tribune Sports
Department has voted Gold-
en Girl Debbie Ferguson-
McKenzie as the Female Ath-
lete of the Year.

Ferguson-McKenzie, who
will turn 34 on January 16,
emerged from a field of con-

tenders that included another -

veteran sprinter in Chandra

Sturrup and some rising

young stars.

With athletics once again
dominating the spotlight over
the past 12 months, Ferguson-
McKenzie was the unanimous
choice after she added anoth-
er medal to her collection
with her bronze in the 200
metres in 22.41 seconds at the
12th IAAF World Champi-
onships in Athletics in Berlin,
Germany.

To top off her feat in
August, Ferguson-McKenzie
also anchored the women’s 4
x 100 relay team back to inter-
national prominence to the
silver in 42.29.

Ferguson-McKenzie, who
closed out her year by placing
fourth in her speciality at the
IAAF/VTB Bank World Ath-
letics Final in Stuttgart, Ger-
many where she was also sixth
in the 100.

Throughout the year, only
American Allyson Felix, who
captured the gold in Berlin,
ran faster in the half-lapper
in 21.88 and 22.02, compared
to Ferguson-McKenzie’s
22.23. .

' In the century, Ferguson-
McKenzie was sixth fastest
woman on the straight away
list at 10.97.

Those performances
enabled Ferguson-McKenzie

’ to sprint ahead of Sturrup for

the top spot. ©

ii. Sturrup, who at age 38,
continued to mesmorise her
younger peers as the self-
coached veteran proved that
her career could be far from
over, even though she indi-
cated that she’s leaning
towards retirement next year.

Dubbed the new “Grand-
ma” of women’s sports, Stur-
rup had a stunning yeaf, run-
ning a then world leading
time of 10.99 and finished sev-
enth in the final of the 100 at
the World Championships in
11.05.

She also ran a splendid sec-
ond leg on the women’s 4 x 1
relay team at the champi-
onships and she went on to
the World Athletics Final and
posted a fourth place finish
in 11.17. °

Sturrup followed Ferguson-
McKenzie‘on the world chart
in the 100.

iii. Had it not been for the
magnificent feats by Fergu-
son-McKenzie and Sturrup,
19-year-old Arianna Vander-
pool-Wallace could have eas-
ily sat a top the chart.

The new Bahamian inter-
national star produced anoth-
er exceptional year coming
off her Olympic Games’
debut in 2008, but this time
at the World Championships
in Rome.

Vanderpool-Wallace shat-
tered the Bahamian 100
metres freestyle and 100 but-
terfly records and she also ran
on the record breaking 400
freestyle relay team.

On the collegiate front,
Vanderpool-Wallace also

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 13
SPORTS

Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie

Tribune Sports votes

inked her name to six All-
American titles as she com-
peted in her sophomore year
for the Auburn University
Tigers’ swim team.

iv. Alana Dillette, a senior
member of the Bahamian
connection with the Auburn
Tigers, followed her swim-
ming team-mate in the vot-
ing.

Dillette, also coming off an
appearance at the Olympics,
competed at the World
Championships where she set
a national record in the 50m
back and was a member of
the 400 free record-breaking
relay team. :

She also earned three All-
American honors at the
NCAA Championships and
was a member of the 200
medley relay team which fin-
ished fourth at the champi-
onships.

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v. Sheniqua Ferguson
rounded out the top five after
she qualified for the World’s
in two events. While she

- reached the quarter-final of

the 100, she got to the semi’s
of her speciality in the 200.

She also ran the lead off leg
on the women’s 4 x | relay
team.

Prior to that, Ferguson
closed out her two-year sting
at Southwest Mississippi
Junior College by repeating

as the National Junior Col-.

lege double sprint champion.

Honourable mention goes -

out to Christine Amertil,
Bianca Stuart (track), Geor-
gette Rolle and Raquel Riley
(golf), Mary Edgecombe
(softball), Alicia Lightbourne
(swimming), Shantell Rolle
(basketball) and Cherye Rolle
and Kelsie Johnson (volley-
ball).



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» Babamas Association of

idetic Associations held their
vanual Athlete of The Year
\wards Luncheon. Sprinter
Scbbie Ferguson-Mckenzie
yes declared the Charley Major
ywatd winner for the overall
sthlete of The Year.

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late 1920's,

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bronze medal in the 200m at
the World Championships in
Berlin and anchored the wom-

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named several of the awards
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the sport.

Ferguson-McKenzie also
won the Female Athlete of The
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Dannielle Gibson was named
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Warren Fraser, the silver
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‘Keythra Richards, fourth in
the Long Jump at the National
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Brown was named the Diana

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Ramon Miller was voted the
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National Junior College
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Championships silver medal-
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and semi-finalist in the 200m.
Long Jumper Bianca Stuart
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Tamara Myers of Andros, a
silver medallist in the 2009.
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Fritz Grant was selected the
Henry Crawford Coach of the
Year and Wilson Bain the
Roderick Simms Official of the
Year.

The selection panel included.
several sports journalists along
with chairman former BAAA

_president Dr. Bernard Nottage.

The luncheon. was held at
the Wyndham Nassau on Cable
Beach and was attended by the
new Minister of Youth, Sports:
& Culture the Honourable:
Charles Maynard, and Ambas-

. sador Sidney Williams and.

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gets accreditation

for trainer programme

DOLPHIN Encounters on
Blue Lagoon Island is the first
member of the International
Marine Animal Trainers’
Association to receive accred-
itation for its animal trainer
programme.

Announced recently during

IMATA’s annual conference ,

held in Atlanta, Georgia and

hosted by the Georgia Aquar- »

ium, the Bahamian marine
‘mammal facility’s animal
trainer programme was recog-
nised for its exceptionally high
standards and practices.
“IMATA represents nearly
250 marine mammal training
programmes around the
world; certainly to be the first
one accredited is impressive,”
said William Hurley, accredi-

tation commission chair for

the International Marine Ani-
mal Trainers’ Association and

»senior vice president and chief
animal officer of the Georgia
Aquarium in Atlanta, Geor-
gia.

“Dolphin Encounters was
the first organisation to have
the opportunity to undergo
this new process during a joint
accreditation with the Alliance

1 of Marine Mammal Parks and
Aquariums.

“During the inspection, two
individuals from the United
States with extensive. back-
grounds in inspecting marine.
mammal programmes took
several days to analyse

processes as well as interview .

staff members at Dolphin
Encounters. What they found
through the inspection ‘was
that not only did Dolphin
Encounters meet all standards
for both the Alliance as well
as IMATA, but they exceeded
IMATA’s expectations.

The inspectors
_absolutely impressed by the

level of quality of work-as well .

as the talent of staff that Dol-
phin Encounters has. Without

‘were:

reservation the inspection

- team made the recommenda-

tion to IMATA’s Board of
Directors to endorse Dolphin
Encounters as the first accred-
ited animal trainer develop-
ment programme in our asso-
ciation.” .

For nearly a decade, the
International Marine Animal
Trainers’ Association has
been working diligently on its
creation of the trainer devel-
opment programme anda

-process to accredit those facil-

ities that demonstrate excep-
tional programmes with their
trainers and their animal train-
ing.

Inspection.

Inspectors visited Dolphin

‘Encounters several months

ago for a thorough inspection
with particular emphasis on
the training given to animal
trainers, the methods used and
the ability of animal training
staff to maintain the guide-

lines they learned while work- |

ing with the animals.

“The .Animal Trainer
Development Plan at Dolphin
Encounters is really unique
because of our multi-faceted

approach in preparing:a per-

son to work as a trainer,” said
Annette Dempsey, Director
of Education for Dolphin
Encounters and Assistant
Marine Mammal Director.

“The formal training semi-_

nar is held outdoors, full of
distractions that ‘help teach a
student learn to focus much
like they would need to do in
animal interactive pro-
grammes. The seminar creates
a solid foundation that all the
trainers have in order to com-

municate their ideas and cre-_

ate new behaviours. Secondly,
the hands-on training in the
Husbandry and Shadow

Training levels build relation-
ships with the animals and
develop problem-solving
skills. And finally, trainers
have to master education
skills, for both orientations
and animal programmes, in
order to earn their Animal
Trainer Certification. It is a
very involved and detailed
process that is unique to our
facility.”

“We know we have an

exceptional staff, and the qual-

ity of animal training at Dol-
phin Encounters is as high, or
higher, than any other facility
I’ve seen in the world,” adds
Kim Terrell, Marine Mammal
Director at Dolphin Encoun-
ters.

“It makes me proud, that
the superior staff and training

‘methods we teach at Dolphin

Encounters have been recog-
nised and received the first

accreditation of an animal *

training programme in the
world. It is an impressive
achievement.”
“We are honoured and
incredibly proud to be the first
facility in the world to receive
accreditation for our animal
trainer programme,” said
Robert Meister, Managing
Director of Dolphin Encoun-
ters. “Our goal from the com-
pany’s. beginning has been to
hire and train Bahamians in a
marine career that involves a

.very specialised skill set. We

have always trained on-site

‘with the highest standards and

practices. Receiving our
accreditation from our
esteemed colleagues from the
International Marine Animal
Trainers’ Association confirms
that our methods and our
Bahamian staff are among the
best in the world in our indus-

atryy”

The International Marine
Animal Trainers’ Association

was founded to foster com- .

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DOLPHIN ENCOUNTERS on Blue Lagoon Island becomes first facility worldwide to receive accreditation

for animal trainers programme from International Marine Animal Trainers’ Association.(IMATA) during con-
ference in Atlanta, Georgia. Kim Terrel] (centre), Marine Mammal Director of Dolphin Encounters; and Robert

-Meister, Managing Director of Dolphin Encounters (far right) receive accreditation on behalf of Dolphin

Encounters on Blue Lagoon Island from William Hurley (second front right), Accreditation Commission
Chair for IMATA and Senior Vice President and Chief Animal Officer of the Georgia Aquarium; Eric
Gaglione (left), Second Vice President of IMATA and Curator of Birds and Mammals of the Georgia Aquar-

ium; and Dennis Christen (second from left)

the Georgia Aquarium.

munication, professionalism,
and cooperation among those
who serve marine mammal
science through training, pub-
lic display, research, hus-
bandry, conservation, and
education.
Since

1989, Dolphin

lic Blue Lagoon Island just
three miles off Nassau; has
offered visitors from around
the world a unique opportu-
nity to interact with friendly
marine mammals in an unpar-
alleled all-natural marine
habitat.

Curator of Animal Training and Interactive Programmes of

tion, one of Nassau’s foremost
tourist attractions. Dolphin
Encounters at Blue Lagoon
Island, which is owned and
operated by a local family,
continues to offer visitors new,
educational and entertaining
ways to meet and learn about

Today, it is without ques- | marine mammals.

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RDA Respondible Beveocine for Abaco) i isa limited liability company that has been created by civic minded Abaconians.
and Grand Bahamians to oppose the development of the Wilson City Power Plant i in Abaco. RDA’ is open to all Bahamians :

and non-Bahamians who care about our health and environment. eae 3 | Henk a
RDA is challenging the project on a lack of proper consultation, health, environment, and location issues and the use
of Bunker C as the source of Energy. It is important that RDA’s views, concerns and position on the merits of the plant

including alternative sites and sources of energy are duly and Binet ot considered before any ’ final decisions are made to -
continue. : a

RDA President's Message:

| We want to protect the health of our children and The Bahamas ecosystems for future
generations to enjoy. While development i is. needed to grow the economy and electrical
power is needed on Abaco, the power plant currently being constructed on Abaco at Wilson
F Gity -was'‘started: without. the appropriate permits, uses a fuel that has especially toxic :
emissions. and is being built i in a very ecologically important location. Had the Government
| been open and transparent as promised, the people of Abaco would have had a chance to
help the process of selecting the best available site, the safest and least polluting source of
) electricity and other important considerations. Since this process was done in secret, there



es not an Opportunity: to. nel the Government get it right. - - Clint Kemp, RDA President

| Visit ww ahacucaees com for videos, to pur more and join our cause and donit
: forget to sign the petition while you’ re there!

Join The Writing Campaign
Contact the Executive Chairman and General Manager of BEC, Minister responsible for the Environment, The Prime Minister
and your MP. Tel them how you feel about the goverment Dene a Bunker C power plant at Wilson City.

Hon. Phenton O. Neymour ie Rt Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham
MP Minister of State, Ministry of the Environment. — _ Prime Minister and North Abaco MP:
Phone: (242) 328-2701 | Fax: 328-1324 - Phone: (242) 327-1530/ 327-1531 | Fax: 327-1618
_ Email: phentonneymour@bahamas.gov.bs ts “ Email: primeminister@bahamas. gov. bs
~P.O.BoxN-30400 So Bs PO. Box:CB-10980,
Nassau, The panies cae oo Sk tees eae a Nassau, The Bahamas
2 Fredrick Gottlieb / Kevin Baan ee a Hon. Edison Key
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Bahamas Electricity Corporation =» Phone: (242) 322-3740 | Fax: 322. 2123
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BEC is building a new power plant at Wilson City. within yards. of ‘the most
environmentally important location on Abaco and next to a National Park. Toxic
“Bunker C fuel use is planned without all the emissions controls required to protect
“our health and environment. A reliable power supply i is needed for Abaco, however
BEC did not choose the right Fuel or Location! —

‘What is Bunker C Fuel?

‘Bunker C”, also known as Residual Fuel Oil, HFO and No. 6, is what remains, along. with highly. concentrated contaminates, ‘
after Diesel and other cleaner fuels are refined from Crude oil.

Health Issues from Bunker C Emissions
e Cancer, Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Respiratory, and Heart problems including Heart Attacks.

e Increased hospital admissions and premature death. ESpeGNy for the young, elderly or those with pre-existing

éonditions.

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e- Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxins and. F ‘urans) are. extremelystoxica attrace levels and. persist so that they bio-
magnify up the food chain to humans and are proven to cause cancer.

e Toxic pollution in drinking water, both rain and well water. _ |
© Winds will carry these Toxic emissions to the surrounding communities including Spring City, Marsh Harbour and
further. , |
Environmental issues from Bunker C Emissions
The Bahamas Government is asking for help in Copenhagen to combat Climate Change while building a Carbon emitting —

‘Bunker C power plant without necessary emissions controls!
e Scientists say the Wilson City location is the most environmentally important area on 1 Abaco, and the a is only
yards from the shore, not 2 miles like BEC claims!

‘© Bunker C emissions. cause Acid Rain.
e Fine Particles i in Bunker C emissions will collect on land, cars, and homes and in our r drinking water.



‘What are the True Costs of Bunker Cc
e Increased future Health Care costs from toxic emissions. ew :
e Reduced. government revenue from declines in property value, taxes, ‘tourism, | construction, duties and business
patronage. ~ : ‘
e Costly Bunker C eaters and related iaintanaice.
e Increased risk of spills that will pollute existing and proposed National Parks.
e Negative World i image.

Real Solutions
Norman’s Castle should have been considered because it does not require an. expensive 3 mile Pipeline, is downwind of the

-main population center and far from important tourism areas.
-e Use Diesel which i is less of a health hazard and only requires minimal emissions controls.
e Install a full set of available emissions controls.
e Implement, don’t just talk about, alternative energy sources such as solar and wind.”
e Actively promote energy conservation.
e No more secret government decisions. Let RDA and the bubliC help BEC make the right decision for the
~ Bahamas!

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quarter budget deficit
increasing by 76.7 per cent
or’ $62.4 million to $143.9
million.

The Central Bank, in its
report on monthly economic
developments for November
2009, said that in the 11
months to end-November
total loan arrears had risen
by 38.6 per cent or $295.7
million to $1.06 billion,
showing the toll the reces-
sion has exacted on the abil-
ity of Bahamian consumer
. and business borrowers to _
meet their obligations.

For the July to October
2009 fiscal period, the first
quarter of the Government’s
financial year, the Central
~ Bank said the deficit
widened as total revenues
fell by 6.6 per cent to $394.7

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2009

Pahamas debt ‘closer
to 55% of national GDP

* Ex-finance minister says S&P downgrade shows Bahamas on ‘perilous

path fiscally

* Wall Street agency says fiscal deficits to average 3.5% between 2010-
2012, compared to 1.5% in 2003-2007
* S&P and former minister predict 2009-2010 deficit to exceed 4.5%
* Bahamas ‘not "A" performing economy’, and will have to revisit
balance between fiscal prudence and social peu

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamas’ debt-to-
GDP ratio is likely to now be
approaching 55 per cent, a
former finance minister has
warned, telling Tribune Busi-
ness that the pre-Christmas
downgrade of. this nation’s
long-term sovereign credit
rating was a signal it needed
to take action to reverse its
“perilous” fiscal course.

James Smith, minister of
state for finance in the for-
mer Christie administration,
said the action by Wall Street
credit rating agency, Standard
& Poor’s (S&P), was an indi-
cation that the Government



million, largely due to a 16

SEE page 5B

may need to redress its deli-
cate fiscal policy balancing act

Sir Jack's son criticises
Port's possible buyer

By NEIL-HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor '

. Sir Jack Hayward’s son has criticised the prospective pur-
chaser of his family trust’s 50 per cent Grand Bahama Port
Authority (GBPA) stake for not seeking the Government’s
approval for the deal beforehand, adding that he was “very frus-
trated and very upset” with what was taking place in Freeport.

Confirming that all the Hayward Family Trust’s 12 benefi-

ciaries, bar his father, were opposed to the purported sale to
Mid-Atlantic Projects, Rick Hayward told Tribune Business:
“Mid-Atlantic, as far as I’m concerned, they’re nothing, and sec-
ondly they have not tried for government approval, which
means everything.”
’ Mr Hayward added that, as a Bahamian citizen and resi-
dent, he was “just so upset; I really am. The persons being
affected are those who have’a job, and do not have a job, in
Freeport. This is what I’m upset about. What is going on is just
appalling”.

Sir Jack Hayward's children and grandchildren, in a statement
released pre-Christmas, said they opposed their family trust sell-
ing its GBPA/Port Group Ltd stake to Mid-Atlantic Projects.
And they were preparing to take legal action to block the sale.

“Local Bahamian counsel have been retained to commence
Supreme Court proceedings urgently for the appointment of a
Judicial Trustee, whose role would be, once so ordered by the
Supreme Court, to take control of the trusts and administér the

‘trusts' estate for the benefit of all the beneficiaries, including
resolving all disputes and ensuring that the sale of the shares
would only be completed after the approval of the Bahamas
Government is first.obtained," the Hayward children said in a
statement.

"The Hayward Family Trust's beneficiaries have been
shocked to learn that the trustees have been compelled by
strong-arm tactics to yield to the wishes of'Sir Jack, as settlor of

SEE page 2B

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He added that S&P’s action

‘was a signal the Bahamas was

“not an ‘A’ grade economy”

_at the moment, telling Tri-



bune Business that the Gov-
ernment’s fiscal deficit for the
2009-2010 fiscal year was like-
ly to hit 4.5 per cent or more
of GDP.

This estimate was in line
with S&P’s projections of a
4.8 per cent fiscal deficit for
the current Budget year, and
Mr Smith added of the rating
agency’s action: “It’s not sur-
prising, because of the rapid
deterioration in the Govern-
ment’s fiscal position over the
past year.

“Both the domestic debt
and the foreign debt increased
significantly, and the current
debt ratios are trending
upwards. This is against the
backdrop of falling revenues,
and we have to recognise that

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brand sought

over health

tourism goal
* Ministry wants to partner with a Mayo
or Cleveland Clinic to develop sector in
Bahamas

Planning investment incentives and
policies for sector

* Government to advance plans ‘as rapidly
as we can in the New Year'



By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor Ss



The Ministry of Tourism will
“advance as rapidly as we can
in the New Year” the position-
ing. of the Bahamas as a pre-
mier health/médical tourism:
destination, and seek to attract
top healthcare brand names
such as the Cleveland and
Mayo clinics to these shores.

Vincent Vanderpool-Wal-
lace, minister of tourism and
aviation, told Tribune Business

SEE page 6B



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By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

Bahamian commercial
banks are “confident” they
will finally go-live with their
long-awaited Automated

Clearing House (ACH) elec- .
tronic payments system in the.

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Christmas.

Investors traded in five out of
the 24 listed securities, of which
two advanced and three remained
unchanged.

EQUITY MARKET

A total of 11,227 shares
changed hands, representing a
decline of 118,372 shares com-
pared to the previous week's trad-
ing volume of 129,599 shares.

Commonwealth Bank (CBL)
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2,077 shares to see its stock price
close the week up by nee at
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Colina Holdings (CHL) was the
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unchanged at $2.72.

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2009, to all ordinary sharehold-
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per share, payable on December
31, 2009, to all ordinary share-
holders of record date December
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Sir Jack's son criticises
Port's possible buyer

FROM page 1B

the trust, and enter into a transaction attempt-
ing to dispose of the trust's interest in the
Grand Bahama Port Authority and the Port
Group."

Further indicating the deep family split,

the Hayward children also backed the Gov-

ernment's decision not to renew Hannes
Babak's work permit as GBPA chairman as
being "in the best interest of the Bahamas as
a whole".

"The beneficiaries of the Hayward Family
Trusts (except Sir Jack himself) are not in
support of the purported sale of the shares
held by the Hayward Family Trust to the
Mid-Atlantic Group as announced, and firm-
ly believe that an early resolution of the
long-running and unfortunate dispute with

- the St George family should be the first pri-

ority and would serve the best interests of
all. The beneficiaries would encourage Sir

Jack to join them in pledging their support
to work with the St George family to this
end."

Sir Jack and Mr Babak have said in meet-
ings with GBPA licensees that they believe
the Government is technically unable to
block a sale to Mid-Atlantic Projects
because it has no jurisdiction over the com-
panies’ holding entity, Cayman-domiciled
Intercontinental Diversified Corporation
(IDC).

Meanwhile, Tribune Business understands
that Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, on his
way back from the United Nations (UN) Cli-

“mate Summit in Copenhagen, met with rep-

resentatives of the late Edward St George’s
estate, which holds the other 50 per cent
GBPA stake, in London on the Monday
before Christmas. He is also likely to have
met with officials from Hong Kong-based
conglomerate, Hutchison Whampoa, the
Government’s preferred purchaser of the
Port Authority.

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Contractors push Bill

to

'get house in order’

Say latest hold-up relates to definition of LPG gas contractor

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamian Contractors Associ-
ation’s (BCA) president has urged the
Government to pass legislation regu-
lating the industry “so we can get our
house in order before the economic
cycle turns”, the latest hold-up revolv-
ing around the definition of liquefied
petroleum gas (LPG) contractors.

Questioning where the Contractors
Bill fitted in the Government’s list of
priorities, Stephen Wrinkle said that
once passed it would not only provide
a framework for licensing and regulat-
ing the industry according to standards,
but also give consumers some protec-
tion against unscrupulous operators
and shoddy workmanship.

“The Bill, at this moment, is still with
the Attorney General’s Office, and we
had communications with them in the
last two weeks,” Mr Wrinkle told Tri-
bune Business. “We were desperately
trying to get it back to the Ministry of
Works before Christmas, but they’ve
run into a small snag with the definition
of LP Gas Contractors.”





“The Bill, at this
moment, is still with
the Attorney Gener-
al’s Office, and we
had communications.
with them in the last
two weeks,”



Stephen Wrinkle

Mr Wrinkle said his understanding

was that the definition in the Contrac- .

tors Bill had to be compatible with the
one employed in the existing Volatile
Substances Act, which governs the
LPG industry. .

The BCA, he added, had a meeting

scheduled with the Ministry of Works
for the second week in January, at
which time both sides would seek to
move it forward.

“From our perspective, it’s impor-
tant, but one has to wonder where it is
on the list of the Government’s prior-
ities, because it sits, and sits and sits,”
said a frustrated Mr Wrinkle, adding
that the Planning and Subdivisions Bill
had been moved through the Govern-
ment system far more rapidly.

“We’ve had a challenging year, and
need to get our house in order before
the economic cycle turns around, and
make sure the industry is licensed, reg-
ulated and controls are in force,” the
BCA president added. “It’s an impor-
tant piece of legislation, and we’ve tried
to get the Government to prioritise it,
not only for the contractor but the con-

“sumer, as they have no protection at

the moment.

“We can only press the Government
so far. Unfortunately, the Government
has traditionally been slow in respond-
ing to the needs of the private sector,
like with this Bill.”



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debt plus contingencies, and
are falling closer to approxi-
mately 55 per cent of GDP.
The fiscal deficit could be
over 4.5 per cent.”

As well as falling revenues,

FROM page 1B

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2009.

Mr Smith explained that in
its decision to downgrade the
Bahamas’ sovereign long-
term debt-rating from ‘A-‘ to
‘BBB+’, S&P would have
analysed the key drivers of
this nation’s economy —
tourism and foreign direct
investment.

Both had declined sharply,
and were heavily dependent
on the US economy’s perfor-
mance. Yet the indicators
from this nation’s northern
neighbour were not promis-
ing, with the recovery slug-
gish to-date and both con-
sumer confidence and discre-
tionary spending sluggish.

“With those forces working
against us, we’re not recog-
nised as an ‘A’ economy,” Mr
Smith said, “and hence the
downgrade.” To win back an
‘A-‘ rating, the Bahamas
would have to demonstrate a
“firm policy stance” to arrest
the fiscal decline when it had
the opportunity, “not just pay
lip service”.

S&P itself seemed to give
the Government little
prospect of reining in the fis-
cal deficit in the short to
medium-term, suggesting that
this and the national debt-to-

GDP ratio might continue to |

climb for several years yet.

“Overall, the general gov-

ernment deficit is projected
at 4.8 per cent of GDP in

2009-2010 (ending June 2010)’

from an estimated 4.1 per cent
of GDP in 2008-2009,” S&P

‘added. “During 2010-2012, we

project general government
deficits on the order of 3.5 per



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cent of GDP, compared with
deficits of 1.5 per cent of GDP
in 2003-2007.”

Few would argue against
the Government’s decision to
increase spending on capital
works projects, and expand
the size of the social security
budget, in a bid to create
some jobs and minimize the
impact on Bahamians of the
worst economic downturn in
living memory. Yet the Ingra-
ham administration may need
to revisit its policy stance and
focus more on the fiscal pru-

dence side, is what S&P is’

suggesting. The Wall Street
credit rating agency said the
Bahamas’ net general gov-
ernment debt had risen to 30
per cent of GDP, compared
to 22 per cent in 2008, and it

added: “We project that it will

continue rising to 35-39 per
cent of GDP in 2010-2012.
“Gross general government
debt is higher at 46 per cent of
GDP in 2009, up from 37 per
cent in 2008. The Common-

wealth’s share of external to-.

locally issued debt is 20 per
cent, which is relatively low
but up from 10. per cent in

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2007.” S&P added that gov-
ernment revenues were
expected to contract again in
2010, a further drop upon the
9.2 per cent decline in fiscal
year 2008-2009. This was com-
pounded by the Bahamas’
narrow revenue base, with
taxes on international trade
accounting for more than 50
per cent. “It’s a signal to the
authorities that their fiscal
policies are slipping, whether
it’s of our own making or
not,” Mr Smith told Tribune
Business of the S&P action,
suggesting that the Govern-
ment might need to révisit its
fiscal balancing act.

“You have to balance social
spending and propping up the
economy against prudent fis-
cal management.” Among the
actions that Mr Smith sug-

‘gested the Government might

need to consider were hold-
ing-off on the introduction of
schemes such as the unem-
ployment benefit, restructure

_ public spending, delay the

payment of salary increments
to public servants and, “God
forbid, downsizing in the pub-
lic sector”.
. “These are issues that have
to be faced. The real action
has to be taken on the
ground,” Mr Smith told Tri-
bune Business. “We have to
recognise that we’re on a very
perilous path, and come up
with strong policies to set our-
selves on the road to restora-
tion.... Policies designed to
arrest the falling economy and
see what we can do to rev-
enue and expenditure.”

“The numbers are not look-
ing that comfortable. The.ball
is in the Government’s court
really. We've just got to cut
our suit to fit our cloth, and
right now we don't have too
much cloth."

Rick Lowe, an executive
with the Nassau Institute, the
economic think-tank well-
known for being a fiscal
‘hawk’, described the S&P
‘downgrade’ as “the unin-
tended consequences of bad
government actions”.

“It might be the first in-a-
series of these things, if things
don’t turn around and the
Government does not take
decisive action,” Mr Lowe

=told Tribune Business. “It
might be our worst fears com-

ing to fruition. Where does it
end? I don’t see the Govern-
ment taking any initiative in
terms of spending cuts. It’s a
wake-up call for us all.”

S&P effectively assesses the
creditworthiness of borrow-
ers, meaning their ability to
repay loans and debts they
have taken on. The rating
downgrade means it has
become less optimistic about
the Bahamian government’s
ability to repay its long-term
sovereign debt, something
that will raise this nation’s
borrowing costs on the inter-

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the perceived increase in
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relationship to trust and corporate policies and procedures.

* Portuguese or Spanish language a plus, but not required.

Salary will commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Interested applicants meeting the above qualifications should submit a recent
resume by January 5th, 2010 to:

Human Resources
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Cie a ra ee at
Economy to shrink by 4.5%, above forecast

FROM page 1B

per cent drop in tax collec-
tions to $268.1 million.
Meanwhile,
receipts received by the Gov-
ernment increased by 82.5 per
cent to $61.5 million, some-
thing that was attributed to a
“timing-related release” of
dividend payments from a
public corporation, likely to
be the Bahamas Telecommu-
nications Company (BTC).
Import duties were also,
surprisingly, up by 17.45 per
cent at $183.1 million, com-
pared to 2008-2009’s $155.9
million.
On the expenditure side,

the Government’s decision to _

increase capital works spend-
ing and the social security

budget saw total spending ~

grow by 6.8 per cent to $538.5
million. ©

While recurrent spending
on the Government’s fixed
costs fell by 1.9 per cent to
$437.6 million, capital outlays

rose by 47.6 per cent to $55.7.

million,.while “a more than
two-fold upturn in budgetary
support to public entities”
came to $45.2 million.

On the monetary front, the
ratio of arrears to total loans
in the commercial banking
sector rose to 17.3 per cent at
end-November 2009, an
increase of 4.9 percentage
points for the year to date.

Loans that were between
31 to 90 days past due
increased by $118.5 million
during the first 11 months of
2009, or 29.8 per cent, to hit
$516.5 million. The loan
arrears rate for this category
rose by two percentage points
during the period to reach 8.4
per cent.

As for the non-performing
loans, those 90 days past due,
they increased by $177.2 mil-
lion or 48.2 per cent during
the first 11 months of 2009 to
hit’$545 million. This was
equivalent, as a percentage of
the total outstanding Bahami-
an commercial bank‘loan
portfolio, to a 2.8 percentage
point rise to 9 per cent.

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non-tax.

“The expansion in delin-
quencies was attributed main-
ly to growth in mortgage
arrears, with smaller contri-
butions coming from the con-
sumer and commercial seg-
ments,” the Central Bank
said.

“The value of mortgage
delinquencies 31 days and
over strengthened markedly
by $165 million (45.3 per cent)
to $529.3 million, reflecting
gains in both the 31-90 day
and non-accrual segments, by
$100.7 million (50.7 per cent)
and $64.3 million (38.8 per
cent), respectively.

“Consumer arrears moved
upwards by $65.4 million (27.2
per cent) to $305.7 million,
buoyed by accretions to short-
term arrears by $20.4 million
(16 per cent) as well as non-
performing loans by $45 mil-
lion (39.9 per cent). The $65.3
million expansion in com-
mercial delinquencies was due
solely to a surge in the non-
accrual segment, by $67.9 mil-
lion, to’ $157.4 million, over-
shadowing the modest $2.7
million (3.7 per cent) down-
turn in short-term arrears to
$69.1 million.”

JAMES B. GOMEZ & Co.

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND CONSULTANTS,







AUDIT SENIOR

James B. Gomez & Co. requires an Audit Senior with a
minimum of four (4) years post qualifying experience. The
successful applicant should possess a qualification that
makes them eligible for membership in The Bahamas

Institute of Chartered Accountants. pies

Suitable applicants should respond in writing to:

The Manager -
P.O. Box SS-6229:-
Nassau, Bahamas

James B. Gomez & Co. is a member firm of DFK
International, a worldwide association of independent
accounting firms and business advisors.

During the January to

October 2009 period, the:

Central Bank said the biggest
contractions in consumer
lending were for private vehi-
cle purchases, which declined
by $26.1 million, and ‘miscel-
laneous’ loans. These fell by
$22 million.

Net repayments were also
seen for credit cards ($17.9
million); travel ($11.1 million)
and home improvement loans
($5.2 million). These had all
increased during the first 11
months of 2008 by, respec-

tively, $25.6 million,.$1.9 mil- ;

lion and $8.9 million.

The Central Bank added
that Bahamian. dollar credit
growth fell by $327.3 million
year-over-year to $99.1 mil-
lion, while private sector cred-
it growth dropped by .$303.1
million to $54.3 million.

Consumer credit fell by
$41.1 million, compared to a
$122 million rise in 2008,
while mortgage growth
slowed by 43.5 per cent to
$110.8 million.

The Central Bank again

reiterated that the Bahamian

economy was not expected to
resume growth until the 2010









second half, although bank-
ing sector liquidity remained
“robust” and the external
reserves, standing at just
under $840 million at end-
November 2009, “are expect-

ed to remain above interna- .

tional benchmarks”...
During the 2009 third quar-
ter, while total visitor arrivals
to the Bahamas increased by
12.5 per cent to one million,
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Family Islands offset a 14.9
per cent downturn in air
arrivals for an overall upturn
of 27.7 per cent.

Inflation for the 12 months
to November fell by 2 per-
centage points to 2.4 per cent
on a yearly basis, compared
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Top medical brand sought over health tourism goal

FROM page 1B

that his ministry was aggres-
sively targeting health tourism
as a potential growth market
for the Bahamas, working
closely with the Bahamas
Medical Association (BMA)
and other industry profes-
sionals to develop a potential
multi-million dollar revenue
stream for this nation.

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on that in a number of areas,”
the minister said of medical
tourism, telling Tribune Busi-
ness before the Christmas hol-
idays: “We are advancing that
as rapidly as we can in the
New Year.”

Vernice Walkine, the Min-
istry of Tourism’s director-
general, speaking on the min-
ister’s behalf to the recent
World Medical Tourism Con-
gress in Los Angeles, said:

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“We propose to negotiate to
bring established, world-class
healthcare brands like the
Cleveland or Mayo Clinic to
our shores.

“Our desire is to partner
with a premier medical
provider that would be com-
patible with our Bahamian
destination brand, and also
with our Ministry of Health’s
standards for providing recog-
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procedures in treatment.”
Tribune Business was told
that the Mayo and Cleveland
Clinics were among those
being targeted by the Grand
Bahama .Port Authority
(GBPA) for its proposed $100
million hospital for Freeport,
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proposals for how medical
tourism could work in
Freeport, in a bid to piggy-
back off the existing presence
of Ross University’s medical
school.

While Ms Walkine made
no mention of whether the
Ministry of Tourism would
link-up with the GBPA’s
efforts in this area, she
pledged that the Bahamas
would “create a leading med-
ical tourism industry that
offers the very best health
benefits” and top-quality
medical care.

The Ministry of Tourism
was also seeking to develop
an investment incentives pol-
icy for the healthcare indus-
try, which would be similar to
the regime presently enjoyed
by the hotel industry.

‘This will ensure the ability
of such facilities to acquire
and retain the most modern

equipment and technology,” .

Ms Walkine said. “The pro-
cedures and services of such

facilities qualifying for incen-
/ tives must be approved in a
‘ minimum number of estab-

lished jurisdictions, such as
the United States, Canada,
Europe.”

The director-general said
the Bahamas had already
enjoyed some medial tourism
success despite the absence
of a policy framework, point-
ing to the availability of high
intensity focused ultrasound
(HIFU) prostate cancer treat-
ment.

“Already actively available
in Canada, Mexico, Argenti-
na, Brazil, India and the
Dominican Republic, it
became available in the
Bahamas in .2008,” Ms
Walkine said. “An average of
15 patients per month travel
to the Bahamas for treatment,
staying for five days, and
bringing along family mem-
bers due to the convenience
and affordability.

“This may be a relatively
small example, but a poten-
tially potent one, poised for
exponential growth.”

Doctors Hospital was also
set to be accredited by Joint
Commission International
(JCI), “establishing it as a
facility with exceptionally high
standards, and as part of a
high-quality network offering
highly-skilled doctors, state-
of-the-art equipment and
innovative treatment”.

The statistics quoted by Ms
Walkine hinted at the poten-
tial market available to the
Bahamas. In 2007, some
750,000 Americans travelled
abroad for overseas medical
services, spending $2.1 billion.
By 2010, the director-general
added, the former number
was expected to swell to six
million. And the Bahamas,
due to its proximity to the US,
one:one peg with the US dol-

‘lar and common jdanguage,

together with economic and
political stability/continuity,
was well-positioned, she said,
to reap the rewards.

PUBLIC NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that 1, PAUL JOSEPH of
New Providence, intend to change my name to PAUL

BERNARD JOSEPH.

If there are any objections to

this change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742,
Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of publication of this notice.

LEGAL NOTICE

UKRNAFTA & OPPORTUNITY FUND LTD.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named Fund (‘the
Company’) is in dissolution, commencing the 4" day of December
2009 and | Craig A. (Tony) Gomez of Baker Tilly Gomez, The
Deanery, 28 Cumberland .Street, P. O. ‘Box N-1991, Nassau,
Bahamas is appointed the Liquidator for the purpose of winding
up-the affairs of the said Company.

Dated the 24" day of December, 2009



6.weeks gases 9:00pm







Craig A. (Tony) Gomez
Liquidator









IN THE ESTATE OF Ghislain Joseph
Albert Dumas a.k.a. Ghislain Dumas late
‘of Lac Delage, Quebec in Canada.

BROKERAGE & ADVISORY SERVICES

; = FG CAPITAL MARKETS
ROYAL FIDELITY Se an

foe Money at Work NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
having any claim or demand against the
above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in writing to the undersigned
on or before the 18" day of January A.D.,
2010, after which date the Executors will
proceed to distribute the assets having
regard only to the claims of which they shall

then have had notice.

AML Foods Limited
Bahamas Property Fund
Bank of Bahamas
Benchmark .

Bahamas Waste

Fidelity Bank

Cable Bahamas

Colina Holdings
Commonwealth Bank (S1)
Consolidated Water BDRs
Doctor's Hospital
Famguard

Finco

FirstCaribbean Bank
Focol (S)

Focol Class B Preference
Freeport Concrete

ICD Utilities

J. S. Johnson

Premier Real Estate

AND NOTICE is hereby given that all
persons indebted to the said Estate of
Ghislain Joseph Albert Dumas a.k.a.
Ghislain Dumas are requested to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore
mentioned.

1000.00
1000.00
1000.90.
1000.00

Fidelity Bank Note 17 (Series A) +

Fidelity Bank Note 22 (Series B) + Prime + 1.75%
Fidelity Bank Note 13 (Series C) + . T%

Fidelity Bank Note 15 (Series D) + : : Prime + 1.75%

19 October 2017
19 October 2022
30 May 2013
29:May 2015

Bahamas Supermarkets
Caribbean Crossings (Pref)
RND Holdings

ABDAB

31-Oct-09
30-Nov-09
11-Dec-09
31-Oct-09

1.3419
2.8266

CFAL Bond Fund
CFAL MSI Preferred Fund
1.4294 CFAL Money Market Fund
2.9343 Royal Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund
12.5597 Royal Fidelity Prime Income Fund
100.0000 CFAL Global Bond Fund
99.4177 CFAL Global Equity Fund
1.0000 FG Financial Preferred Income Fund
FG Financial Growth Fund
FG Financial Diversified Fund
Royal Fidelity Bah Int’ Investmont Fund
Principal Protected 7IGRS, Series 1
Royal Fidollty Bah Int'l Investment Fund
Principal Protected TIGRS, Series 2

2.8552
1.5048
2.9618
13.2400
103.0956
99.4177
1.0804

31-Oct-09
30-Sep-09
30-Sep-09
31-Oct-09
31-Oct-09
31-Oct-09 |
31-Oct-09

NADIA A. WRIGHT
Attorney for the Executors
Chambers
P.O. Box N-4589
Nassau, Bahamas

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9.0775

1.0269
1.0742
9.4740
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52wk-HI - Highest closing price In last 52 wéeks

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

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

Dally Vol. - Number of total shares traded today

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

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

(S) - 4-for-1 Stock Split - Effective Date 8/8/2007

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

Ask & - Solling price of Colina and fidelity

Last Price - Last traded over-the-counter price

Weokly Vol. - Trading volume of the prior wook

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Banks ‘confident’ Q1 go live

FROM page 1B

fident it will be the first quar-
ter. We have made significant
progress, to the point where
we can notify the public that
the live date will be fairly .
soon.”

Dionisio D’ Aguilar, the for-
mer Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce president who has
been a constant critic of the
delays in implementing the
ACH electronic payments
system, questioned to Tribune
Business whether the com-
mercial banks could bring it
into being without the Cen-
tral Bank of the Bahamas’
proposed legislation to regu-
late such systems being passed
into statute.

“Unless that legislation is
in place, will the Central Bank
give it’s blessing for it to pro-
ceed?” Mr D’ Aguilar asked.

“J don’t know if there’s a:

direct correlation between the
ACH and passing the legisla-
tion. Is one tied to the oth-
er?”

Wendy Craigg, the Central
bank’s governor, told Tribune
Business that the passage of
the payments systems legisla-

tion would not hold up the

‘ACH’s implementation. She

explained: “There’s a way
around it, putting temporary
measures in place until the
legislation comes into force.”

Meanwhile, Mr D’ Aguilar
said the ACH’s ‘going live’
was “but a small step”
towards his goal of “fully”
establishing electronic bank-
ing in the Bahamas, and dri-
ving cash and cheques from
the system.

The Superwash president
said the commercial banks
had been promising an ACH
for so long, telling him that it
would only take a further
three to four months when he
became Chamber president
in 2007, that he would “only

believe it when I see it”.

He added: “It’s [the ACH]
the first step in the process of
getting there. They [the com-
mercial banks] have promised
it for so long. The proof is in

‘the pudding. When it gets
done, I will believe it.

Encourage

“I want to encourage the

banks. Yes, it’s good that
there’s light at the end of the
tunnel, but it’s been talked
about so much that people
will only believe it when they
see it,

“The ACH is but a small
step in getting us-to the point
where we are going to fully

implement electronic bank-
ing. Yes, cheques are able to
clear in 24 to 36 hours, so
businesses will get their mon-
ey faster, instead of having it
tied up, and customers will
get their money faster, instead
of having it tied up for three
days.

“A lot of people don’t
accept cheques, because it
takes too long to clear them,
and the ACH will drive peo-
ple back to using cheques
because they will know
instantly whether they are
good or not, and will get
access to the full amount.”

However, this was not.

enough for Mr D’Aguilar,
who described cheques as
“very cumbersome and so

20th century”. “We’re half
way there, not all the way
there,” he added. “My goal is
to eliminate cash and cheques
from the, system, and drive
businesses to pay electroni-

cally.

“There’s still a delay with
cheques, three hours instead
of 36 hours, so there’s-still a
delay.

“Hopefully, the ACH will
facilitate and encourage every

on electronic payments system

business to settle transactions
electronically.” Mr D’Aguilar
also expressed hope that the
ACH would encourage con-
sumers to use debit cards, and
businesses to accept them,
since money automatically
passed from the purchaser’s
to the seller’s bank account
and there was “100 per cent
certainty” the transaction
would be settled for the full
amount.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PRESENDIEU SIMEON of

P.O BOX N3331, 6th Street Grove, Nassau, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of

The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration/naturalization should not be granted,
aN should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 8" day of January, 2008
~~ to the Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship,
WN AD P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

Nassau Airport

Development Company

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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT °
Common Law and Equity Division

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IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land comprising 5,515 Pl-190 C Commercial Seating Scope of Work includes: ;

square feet and situate on the Northern side of Lewis Street East, in the City
of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, and at a distance of 137 feet from
Comfort Street, and bounding Northerly by land said to be the property of
Howard Pinder and running thereon Fifty-seven and Nineteen hundredths
(57.19”) feet and bounding Easterly by land said to be the property of Gertrude
Fowler and running thereon One Hundred and Three hundredths (100.03”) feet
and bounding Southerly by Lewis Street and running thereon Fifty-three and

’ Ninety-seven hundredths (53.97’) feet and bounding Westerly by land said
to be the property of Mary Cartwright and running thereon Ninety-eight and
Sixty-five hundredths (98.65’) feet. .

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IN THE SUPREME COURT No. CLE/QUI/01549
Equity Side

NOTICE

AND IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1959

IN THE MATTER OF the Quieting Titles Act of 1959
AND



AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE:PETITION OF
RAYMOND MEADOWS

IN THE MATTER OF the Petition of
Lesley Anne Stubbs and Leverne Palacious

TO
NOTICE OF PETITION :
ALL THAT: piece parcel or tract of land
totaling some 175.287 Acres and situate in .
Salt Bluff and between the Settlements of
Savannah Sound and .Tarpum Bay on the
Island of Eleuthera one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas

Pursuant to an Order of The Supreme Court dated the 15th day of October,
A.D. 2009.

The Petition of Lesley Anne Stubbs and Leverne Palacious, both of Lewis Street
East, in the City of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, showeth in respect of:

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land comprising 5,515 square feet and situate
on the Northern side of Lewis Street East, in the city of Nassau, New Providence,
Bahamas, and bounded on the North by land said to-be the property of Howard
Pinder and running thereon Fifty-seven and Nineteen hundredths (57.19’) feet
and on the East by land said to be the property of Gertrude Fowler and running
thereon One Hundred and Three hundredths (100.03’) feet and on the South
by Lewis Street and running thereon Fifty-three and Ninety-seven hundredths
(53.97’) feet and on the West by land said to be the property of Mary Cartwright
and running thereon Ninety-eight and Sixty-five hundredths (98.65’) feet.



Rayr ond Meadows claims to be the owner in
fee simple in possession of the parcel of land
hereinbefore described and the Petitioner has .
made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of The Bahamas under
Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to
have his title to the said land investigated.

UNFINISHED, DILAPIDATED
AND DERELICT BUILDINGS

The Petitioners, Lesley Anne Stubbs ‘and Leverne Palacious, herein claim to
be the owners in fee simple in possession of the said tract of land and have
made application to The Supreme Court Of The Commonwealth Of The
®ahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have their title to the
said tract of land investigated. and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate Of Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with the
provisions of that Act.

_Incontinuing our efforts fo beautify the city, The Grand
Bahama Port Authorty, Limited wishes fo advise the
public that effective Janucry 2010, the Building and
Developmen Services Deporiment will fake the
necessary sleps fo ccs and/or demolsh unfinished,
dilapidated and derelict buildings within the city of
Freeport and Lucaya areas,

Copies of the filed plan may be inspected

during normal business hours at:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court

(b) The Office of the Administrator situate at
Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera

(c) The Chambers of the undersigned.

Copies of the Plan showing the position boundaries shape marks and dimen-
sions of the said tract of land may be inspected during normal office hours at
the following places:

(a) The Registry of The Supreme Court, East Street North,
Nassau, Bahamas. _
(b) The Chambers of Joseph C. Lédée, Suite No. 6,
; Grosvenor Close, Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

‘Building owners are asked fo please contact the
Building and Development Services Department to
avoid any unwanted demolitions.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person
having dower or right to dower or an adverse
claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition
shall before the 24th day of January, A.D.,
2010 file in the Supreme Court and serve the
Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of
his claim on or before the 24th day of January,
A.D., 2010 will operate as a bar to such claim.

Notice is hereby given that any person having Dower or right to Dower
or an Adverse Claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
expiration of Thirty (30) days after the final publication of these presents file at
the Registry of The Supreme Court in the City of Nassau, Bahamas, and serve
on the Petitioners or on the undersigned an Adverse Claim in the prescribed
form verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith.

Building & Development Services Department
Soutnem Ridge Building

East Atlantic Drive

P.O. Box F-42666

Tet: 242-350-9178

Fox: 242-351-8473

Web: www.gbpa.com

Failure of any such person to file and serve an Adverse Claim on or before the
expiration of Thirty (30) days after the final publication of these presents shall
operate as a bar to such claim.

TIMOTHY SERRETTE & CO.,
Attorneys for the Petitioner,
Chancery House
No. 21 Dowdeswell Street
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

DATED THIS 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER, A.D. 2009.

JOSEPH C. LEDEE, ESQ.
Chambers

Suite No. 6, Grosvenor Close
Shirley Street

Nassau, Bahamas

Attorney for the Petitioners

Dec. 91h, Dec. 19th and Dec. 29th



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which way the wind blows
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Reason for being milled (6)
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man at a meeting (5)
A precious possession one
is not bound to have (7)
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produces delay (9)
It is laid for example on top
of the grill (3)
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check the copy (7)
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Deflect, 10 Turmoil, 11 Nasal, 12
Honest, 14 System, 17 Chase, 19
Exploit, 21 Scorpio, 22 Drips, 23
First-class.

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get compensation (7)
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9 Lebanon, 10 Moisten, 11 Throb,
12 Haggle, 14 Tricky, 17 Coast,
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Denim trousers (5)
Source of
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Determined (3)

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Investigation (7)
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 9B





The Tribune





Health New —
Year’s resolutions

By REUBEN SHEARER
Tribune Features Reporter
rshearer@tribunemedia.net

HRISTMAS festivities are

now over, and many Bahami-

ans probably overindulged a
bit in food and drink during the holi-
day season. Numerous persons will
most likely carry a few extra pounds
into the new year.

And with a cold front upon us,
many will be reluctant to venture out-
doors to exercise.

Tribune Health took to the East
Bay area last week to find out what
Bahamians will be doing to stay
healthy in terms of exercise activities
and diet plans in 2010. Here’s what
they told us. ©



e Eighteen-year-old PHYLLISA BARNES was

“home for Christmas,” and like many college’,
students, she was eager to attack that good |

ole’ Bahamian Christmas spread of turkey,
peas n’ rice and macaroni, among many other
goodies.

But the Taylor University student has a sim-
ple plan to keep her weight down:

“J want to exercise more, and go running
and walking. Sometimes, I gd to the gym, and
I jump rope as well. During the Christmas sea-
son I try not to eat so much cake, but drink
more water and less soda.”

° BASILIO CHRISTIE,
39, is holding a weight
loss challenge for 2010.

“Why not win some
money and lose weight
at the same time,” said
Mr. Christie, explaining
the innovative contest
he put together for his
family and friends to
start ‘the new year off
with.

For the challenge,
participants “put ina
certain amount of mon-
ey, and whoever loses

-the most weight per-
centage-wise over three
months wins the pot,”
he said.

Participants can choose to lose as much
weight as they wish, as long as they do it the
healthy way.

Mr Christie has won at his own game three
times before.

*In November and December, he throws all
his diets out of the window: and eats.as much as
he wants. But in January, he gets disciplined,
hits the gym, and runs as much as he can.

“T usually lose between 20 and 25 pounds
between January and March,” said Mr
Christie.

“My wife is training for a half marathon in
February and I’ve been training her for it. T’ll
be participating with her, and that’ll be some
form of exercise for me.”







¢ NOEL STURRUP, 34, manager of a popular
food and beverage chain, said: “I treat myself
once in a while and even manage my treats.”

“T’d prefer to eat what I want throughout my
life than eat it all now and come to a point
where I can’t eat it all later.





“I want to live better longer, for as long as I
can. I don’t want to be diabetic because that
runs in my family. Managing my salts and sug-
ars is key because-‘my mother is plagued with
both of them.

“Certainly, one of my goals is to drink more
water, reduce my sugar intake, and eat small-
er meals throughout the day. I eat too many
sweets, so I want: to space out how I eat my
meals because right now I eat once a day in the
morning and then I’m not hungry for the rest
of the day. So I’m trying to space that out for

_ the rest of the day so that ?m balanced and

more energised, although I’m considered high
energy,” he said.

Mr Sturrup hits the gym twice a week. If he
doesn’t get to the gym, he works out at home.







e LEAH DAVIS, former TV personality, said
she would like to find more time to fit a good

_ work-out into her daily routine in 2010.

“It’s tough with the time change because it
gets dark so early, so it’s either first thing in the
morning or I have to renew my membership at
the gym.”

“T exercise three to four times a week, and I
do walking and jogging. I try to.stay outdoors,
because I’m not a big gym person,” she said.





e DOUG BROWN, 55, says he enjoys a nice
cigar. While he normally enjoys them only in
social settings, he admits that he has become
addicted to the tobacco flavour of cigars.

Speaking to Tribune Health he tries to justify
that cigar smoking is better than having’ acig- °

arette.

“T figure if you don’t inhale the ‘smoke in
your lungs then you just smell the aroma. I
just puff on the cigar. It relaxes me,” he said.

Nevertheless, he still hopes to cut down on

‘the habit new year. “I also plan to stay away

from too much alcohol, and have less carbs.”

The California native and his wife live on a
sailboat, and are here in the Bahamas until
next May. Doug and-his wife enjoy what the
country’s waters have to offer, including
spearfishing opportunities. :

Spearfishing, the couple say, takes care of
their exercise requirements.

e CARLOS LAMM
plans to keep the
stress at bay with the
help of physical exer-
tion.

. By. exercising in the
gym, he hopes to

focus his body and
mind.

“Vil be going back
to the gym soon to lift
weights, and that
should do. I want to
keep my mind right,
and starting out with
physical exercise in
the gym in the morn-
ing carries me

throughout the day. The gym keeps the stress
away. I try not to worry a lot, read my Bible,
ptay everyday,” he said.

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MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY
POLICE DEPARTMENT

RE: TRAFFIC PRESSRELEASENOTICE =
_ ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S DAY JUNKANOO- PARADE
FRIDAY, 1 JANUARY, 2010
INFORMATION

The Annual New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade will be held on Friday, 1 January, 2010
between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.

ROUTE
The routes for the parade are as follows:

Frederick Street to Bay Street, East along Bay Street to Elizabeth Avenue, South along

_ Elizabeth Avenue to Shirley Street, West along Shirley Street to Frederick Strect.

NO PARKING

From two (2) hours before and until after the parade 1 no. Sehibles will be allowed to park
along the following strests:

¢ BAY STREET BETWEEN NAVY LION ROAD

AND VICTORIA AVENUE ‘= BOTH SIDES
* NAVY LION ROAD . .~ BOTH SIDES
* SHIRLEY STREET BETWEEN FREDERICK
STREET AND COLLINS AVENUE - + BOTH SIDES
» FREDERICK STREET BETWEEN SHIRLEY
STREET AND WOODES RODGERS WHARF - —- BOTH SIDES
¢ CHARLOTTE STREET BETWEEN WOODES
' RODERGS WHARF AND SHIRLEY STREET - BOTH SIDES
¢ WOODES RODGERS WHARF - . BOTH SIDES
* ELIZABETH AVENUE . BOTH SIDES
¢ EAST STREET BETWEEN SANDS LANE
AND WOODES RODGERS WHARF - BOTH SIDES
° PARLIAMENT STREET BETWEEN WOODES
RODGERS WHARF AND EAST HILL STREET- BOTH SIDES
* MARKET STREET BETWEEN BAY STREET
AND DUKE STREET - BOTHSIDES -
e TRINITY PLACE cs BOTH SIDES
e KING STREET BOTH SIDES"
© CUMBERLAND STREET BETWEEN DUKE
STREET AND MARLBOROUGH STREET “- BOTH SIDES

ROAD CLOSURE

From 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, 31 December, 2009 until after the parade the following
streets will be closed to vehicular traffic:

e BAY STREET BETWEEN NAVY LION ROAD AND ELIZABETH
AVENUE.

e SHIRLEY STREET BETWEEN FREDERICK STREET AND COLLINS
AVENUE.

¢ PARLIAMENT STREET BETWEEN EAST HELL STREET AND BAY
STREET.

* FREDERICK STREET BETWEEN EAST WILL STREET AND BAY
’ STREET.

« CHARLOTTE STREET BETWEEN WOODES RODGERS WHARF AND
: SHIRLEY STREET.

° EAST STREET BETWEEN SHIRLEY STREET AND BAY STREET.

° ELIZABETH AVENUE BETWEEN BAY STREET AND SHIRLEY
STREET.

DIVERSION OF TRAFFIC

Vehicular traffic travelling west bound on Shirley Street will be diverted south onto

‘Collins Avenue.

Vehicular traffic traveling north bound on Blue Hill Road will be diverted west on
Marlborough Street.

Vehicular traffic travelling north bound on Nassau Street will be diverted west along
West Bay Street,

Signed:
Ellison Greenslade, @PM
Commissioner Of Police (Acting).


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Make the small things count ©

As we rush, bounce, or slip into
the new year, we think about the
coming months and the endless pos-
sibilities. Depending on how the year

_ has ended will usually influence our
outlook and degree of optimism.

If we feel as if it finished on a pos-
itive note, then we eagerly look for-
ward to months of the same.

On the other hand, if it was stress-
ful, disappointing and an unhappy

‘ time then we are glad to shut the
door and step forward. Out with the
old and in with the new!

Many of us use this time as an
opportunity to really reflect and plan
the course of our lives. We call them
New Year’s resolutions and start the
year with good intentions to make
changes to our often unfocused lives.
Popular topics are fitness, weight
loss, saving plans and getting out of
debt. Some people’s lists include
more noble and altruistic goals such
as charity work and helping others.
Even if we ask those close to support
our goals, it is usually accompanied



with a cynical chuckle. There is a
sense that any change is hard to
make and reaching out of the box
is fruitless. ;

We believe that by changing these
faults, they will make us happy.

With out a doubt they will, but
without addressing the core prob-
lem, they may not last. Personal hap-
piness and the state of our relation-
ships are often central to our prob-
lems.

A large sector of society is fasti-
nated with anything to do with rela-
tionships and this is reflected in the
amount of magazine material. The
same goes for radio, television, and

of course the internet has exploded
with the limitless possibilities.

Relationships are unique and com-
plex and many of us are conscious of
complacency and taking people for
granted.

Being flexible, interested and ful-
ly participating in each other’s lives
requires effort. With all the advice
out there no one wants to be caught
off guard saying things like, “I didn’t
see it coming.” :

‘Stress generated from strained

-relations can directly affect’ our men-

tal and physical health. If that is the

case, then we need to address the —

core problems which could affect
weight gain and compulsive behav-
jours. ;

For example, making the first
move to forgive individuals, and
reestablishing communication may
be one of your first decisions.

Or sitting down and discussing the
direction of a relationship and its
future. Perhaps, it may even mean
dealing with unpleasant decisions,



MOST Bahamian lawns are of St Augus-
tine grass and the rate of growth in summer
_makes mowing a weekly task. Now we are in

the cooler months of the year the grass will
grow at very reduced rate, but it will still be
growing.

There is a tendency to ignore one’s lawn in

winter except for the occasional trim, yet a
little care and attention will greatly improve
the texture and greenness of next summer’s
lawn.

Winter is the best time to remove all weeds
from your lawn. Pull them up, roots and all.
If you do this after a rain shower or a period
of watering then the job will be easier.

At least once a month apply high nitrogen
lawn fertiliser in liquid form to your lawn
to maintain (or achieve) a good, deep colour.
You should see an improvement in the
colour by spring without any noticeable
increase in growth activity.

Winter is the time to patch any holes in
your lawn. Many gardeners use sand to pro-
mote growth in bare patches but a good soil
is really better and encourages quick coloni-
sation.

Bahamians have for years enjoyed growing
Mexican sunflower (Tithonia rotundiflora)
for its heat-resistant properties and warm
weather blooming. The orange flowers are

bright and cheerful and lighten up wherever

in the garden you plant them.

Related to the Mexican sunflower is the
Bolivian sunflower tree (Tithonia diversifo-
lia) that bears yellow daisy-like flowers that
can be four inches in diameter. The tree
quickly grows to 12 or 15 feet and is so fast-
growing that it may present a problem in
the future if it is allowed to escape into the
wild.

That said, it is a handsome shrub with mid-
green foliage that sets off the brilliant yellow
of the flowers.

Cut flowers do not last very long so they



The lawn in winter

are best left on the tree.

As the name ‘diversifolia’ suggests, the
leaves vary in shape. They are deeply lobed
and very attractive. When a dead flower is
pruned away the nearby foliage often dies off

‘and turns brown. This means that dead-

heading and dead leaf stripping should be
done regularly, about once a week, in order
to keep the shrub looking clean and healthy.

seasonal pruning is also necessary to keep
the shrub in check as unpruned shrubs tend
to get leggy and unattractive. The Bolivian
sunflower tree will bloom on and off all year
round but takes rest periods. It is then that
radical pruning should take place, taking
care to cut back central branches at the top
of the shrub as well as the sides.

The Bolivian sunflower tree is ridiculous-
ly easy to propagate from cuttings and this
may have added to its popularity.

A 10-inch cutting from the lower end of a
branch will quickly leaf out and establish

roots. I have known some gardeners start .

them in water with a pinch of water soluble
fertiliser added. ~

If you treat your Bolivian sunflower tree
well with regular pruning you should be able
to keep it in your yard. Were the seeds
allowed to mature on the shrub, this may
present a problem and allow the progeny to
escape. In the wild the shrubs grow close
together and block out any native growth.

The Brazilian pepper started as a garden
ornamental but escaped and is now a major
pest in several islands of the Bahamas. We do
not want that to happen to the Bolivian sun-
flower tree, so be responsible. Give away
cuttings rather than seeds.

A happy and prosperous New Year to all
Green Scene readers!

° For questions and comments please contact
Gardener Jack at j.hardy@coralwave.com

such as finishing a relationship that
has reached a dead end.
Any anguish in our relationships

can affect other aspects of our lives

and lead to unhappiness.
This really is not surprising when

_ we spend so much time consumed

with attaining the material trap-
pings that will improve our quality
of life. Joint salaries move us more
quickly in the desired direction and
we keep our eyes pinned on ‘the
big picture’. Then, one day we

realise we have achieved everything .

we wanted. How often have we
heard about couples divorce when
they reach the top. People are
shocked that the material things are
not enough in the end. It hits them
that they were happier when they
had less and they needed each oth-
er more.

When wise and worldly people
hear stories such as this they remind
us that ‘it is the small things that
count’.

Securing a sound future for your

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family is important, but it is even

_ more imperative to shower them

with love and attention along the
way. Being thoughtful and consid-
erate to those who matter paves the
way for a rich and rewarding life.

Cynics interrupt us by saying,
“that to remember all the small
things is too difficult, demanding
and will only be one-sided.” a

But do not be deterred. Make
your New Year’s resolutions about
improving your relationships and
happiness. You may be surprised
when you realise you lose weight
and your mind frees to allow other
things to fall into place.

¢ Margaret Bain is an individual and
couples relationship therapist. She is a
registered nurse and a certified clinical
sex therapist. For appointments call
364-7230 or e-mail her at relateba-
hamas@yahoo.com or www.relateba-
hamas.blogspot.com. She is also
available for speaking engagements.

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THE TRIBUNE



IT’S here again, the
‘sniffling, sneezing,
coughing, aching,
fever’ season.

Influenza, commonly
known as "the flu," is a high-
ly contagious viral infection
of the respiratory tract.

The flu affects both sexes
and all age groups, and even
has its own season - from
November to April.

Most cases occur between
late December and early
March.

Often confused with the
common cold, flu symptoms
are usually more severe than
the typical sneezing and stuffi-
ness of a cold, Doctors Hos-
pital said in a press statement.

Symptoms of the flu may
include fever, chills, headache,
muscle aches, dizziness, loss
of appetite, tiredness, cough,
sore throat, runny nose, nau-
sea or vomiting, weakness, ear
pain and/or diarrhea:

It is, however, important to
treat the flu seriously. because
it can lead’ to pneumonia and
other life-threatening compli-
cations, particularly in infants,
senior citizens, and people
with long-term health prob-
lems.

Persons at high risk should
consider getting a flu shot.

Influenza is thought to
spread mainly person-to-per-
son through coughing or
sneezing of infected people.

You must take everyday
actions to stay flu free.

Doctors offer these guide-
lines to follow if you have the
flu:

e Cover the nose and:
mouth with a tissue when you

cough or sneeze, and dispose -

DOCTORS Hospital’s executive team and associates embark on their Annual Flu Vaccination Programme. (Pictured I-r, front row) Barry
Rassin, president of Doctors Hospital, and Dr Charles Diggiss, Doctors Hospital's Chief Medical Officer prepare for flu vaccinations.

of it in the trash after you use
it is a must.
e Wash your hands often

with soap and water, and if

soap and water are not avail-
able, use an alcohol-based
hand rub.

e Avoid touching your
eyes, nose and mouth, germs
are spread that way.

e Additionally, stay home

from work or school if you

get sick and limit contact

with others to keep from

infecting them as advised by
the United Centre for Dis
ease Control.

’ Vaccination is the best pro- -

tection against flu. Getting

’

the shot before the flu sea-
son is in full force gives the
body a chance to build up
immunity to, or protection
from, the virus.
Although you can geta flu
_ shot well into flu season, it's
best to try to get it earlier
rather than later. The vac-
cine is usually. offered
between September and mid-
November (and may be given
at other times of the year).

Given as an injection, the ©

flu shot contains killed flu
viruses that will not cause the

flu, but will prepare the body °

to fight off infection By the
live flu virus.
Getting a shot of the killed

virus means a person is pro-
tected against that particular
type of live flu virus if he or
she comes into contact with
it.

“Tf you or your child may
have gotten the vaccine last
year, that won't protect you
from getting the flu this year
‘because the protection wears
off and flu viruses constantly
change,” explained Doctors
Hospitals’ Infection and Safe-
ty Control coordinator
Tamara Duncombe.

She said that this is why
the vaccine is updated each
year to include the most cur-
rent strains of the virus.

The flu vaccine reduces the

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average person's chances of
catching the flu by up to 80
per cent during the season.
Because the vaccine prevents
infection with only a few of
the viruses that can cause flu-
like symptoms, it isn't a guar-
antee against getting sick.

But even if someone who
has gotten the shot gets the
flu, symptoms usually will be
fewer and milder.

The flu shot should be
administered each year. ~

If you are interested in get-
‘ting vaccinated with the flu.
shot, contact the Sessional
Clinic at Doctors Hospital,
302-4684 to schedule an
appointment.

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2009/10 fashion season
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And although there has not been a signifi-
cant change in styles from the Fall season, this
year’s Winter trends offer a selection of wear-

able fashion that you can dress up or dress

down.
For instance, maxi dresses which were hot

_this Fall can also work for Winter and can be

dressed up by adding a long necklace and a
broad belt. They can also be dressed down by

wearing less accessories and adding a pair of -

gladiator sandals to complete the look.
This Winter, bold colours like grey, blue,

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cranberry, purple, mixed and matched with
very bright colors like pink, bright orange
and red are a definite must.

Keora Beneby at Guess, a store that sells
runway-inspired styles, told Tribune Woman
that ‘dresses are at very hot item this year

‘and have been a rapidly emerging trend.

Whether you are going to the hottest par-
ty of the year or just headed to dinner with
a few friends, cocktail dresses are Winter
fashion must-haves.

“These dresses come in tunic styles and
they seem to be among the most popular
dresses for the Winter. The one-strap dress-
es are also emerging and they will be a big
hit 2010,” Ms Beneby said. :

Like the maxi dresses, cocktail dresses
can be dressed up with broad belts and very
long necklaces. .

“The dresses are more of a tight fitted
look that creates an A-line shape-with the
arms and legs. Its a little more sexier,” she
said. °

Instead of tunic tops and sheer blouses, it
is the corset style tops embellished with lace
that have taken the lead this season.
Whether they have one, two or no straps
at all, women are ‘rockin’ this look that is
reminiscent of female pirates back in the
day.
Corsets are usually worn with skinny
jeans or leggings which finish off the look
perfectly.

And ladies you an breathe a sigh of relief
because skinny jeans and leggings are here
to stay. They made their debut a few years
ago, and now they have become a very pop-
ular staple in fashion.’

“The younger women are wearing the
skinny jeans and the boot-cut jeans ar
more popular among the more mature
women,” she said.

Ms Beneby said that metallic and
sequined embellishments and accessories

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are also very popular, and people will see
much more of them next year.

As we know, fashion constantly repeats
itself, and this Winter is seeing a big come-
back of some classic styles: :

For example, plaid is big again.

Designers are.creating plaid shirts, blous-,
es, skirts, shorts, and accessories in a variety
colours like red, purple, yellow, green and
orange.

And who said shawls are only for dress
wear? Dressing up a pair of jeans and T-
shirt with a fine cashmere pashmina shawl is
a new fun and expressive style. Not to men-
tion you’re going to need it for the chilly
weather.

Shoes and accessories are always a big
deal in women’s fashion. And of course an
outfit is never complete without the right
pair of shoes or accessories. :

This season when it comes to accessories
its all about an exaggerated look.

“Accessories are bigger and bolder, a
simple outfit is eyen sassier with huge acces-
sories, but the key to it all is not to overdo

‘it. Even the clutches are becoming much
longer, the sunglasses are made much big-
ger, like the aviator ones,” Guess’ Ms Bene-
by:said. .

And as it concerns shoes, stilettos, stream-

lined heels, squared-off toes, or pointed
toes - they are all hot.

Besides stilettos, booties are what the
women are wearing. “The suede booties
are popular and they come in different
styles like laced booties, open toe, squared
toe, pointed toe, and they look best when
they are worn with dresses,” she said.

There is no right or wrong when it comes
to fashion, since fashion is always redefining
itself, but it is always best to remember that
making a fashion statement is all about
finding your own personal style and what
best suits your personality!

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BBF # 285
2000 MONTE CARLO
white and blue, black leather interior, cold AC,
3.8L power everything, 22” rims, brand new
tires, brand new computer, bearings and
battery, asking $9,500 ONO call 392-
8887/4367093

BBF #107 :
2003 INFINITY COUPE,
excellent condition, leather interior, sunroof,
DVD player, booming stereo system, standard
shift, owner leaving island asking $ 16,000.
ONO Phone # 328-3347 leave a message.

IBBF #151
2003 INFINITY COUPE,
excellent condition, leather interior, sunroof,
DVD player, booming stereo system, standard
shift, owner leaving island
asking $ 16,000. ONO Phone # 328-3347

BBF #158

2004 SENTRA
10,000 mls, CD Player, cruise control, power
locks and windows, extremely clean, $7,500
, must see to appreciate.
Phone #455-6283/502-9046

BBF #185
, 2004 HONDA ACCORD,
pearl black, pink HID, fully loaded, v6, sunroof,
20” rims $13,500 with rims or $12,000 without
rims. Phone #436-8977/394-0530



BBF #241
2001 TOYOTA COROLLA,
TV, DVD, CD, AC, clean, just in $7500
call 393-2667/434-2756

2003 Lancer Mitsubishi,
pearl white interior, AC, Alarm System, D.V.D
system, power window, Hid Light’s (Blv) 20’s
Rims New tires, gas saver, clean inside and out,
license till March 2010. Excellent condition.
Asking $5,600 ONO
Phone # 445-0528, 677-5377 445-5088

2007 Nissan Maxima,

Black leather interior, Black exterior, AC, 6 Disc
CD changer, everything powered, heated seats
and steering wheel, sunroof $22,900
ONO call 558-3766

1998 Pontiac
2 door, $3,300. ONO
424-5393, good running condition



BBF #253 _

1996 NISSAN SKYLINE GTS-T,

2 Door, Rear wheel drive, A/C, Power Windows,
Power Locks, Turbo, Sun Roof; Locked LSD,
Pioneer Premier Bluetooth Deck,

Asking 8,500 OBO, Tel: 328-1801/
525-5017/436-0986

BBF #258

2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,

metal Gray, 20” chrome rims, leather interior,
wood kit, AC; CD player, alarm, $7,500
call 395-4367

BBF #271
1998 CAMRY,
pioneer CD player, leather seats, AC, brand new
20” rims, just serviced, excellent on gas, comes
with extra paint. $5,500.00
call 558-8351



2002 INFINITI 135,
Black leather, sunroof, wood trim, 6cd in-dash,
rear power sunshade, 3.5L V6, sound system.
$11,000 0.b.0 525-1472



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asking $17,500 ONO, :
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DvD Player T.el# 4316488



BBF #279 ms
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
clean title, 22 inch rims, xm radio, ac, cd, tan int,
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BBF #286
2009 HONDA ACCORD
just in, black leather interior, sunroof, clean
title, AC, CD player, $25,000 price for a quick
sale call 431-8839/425-6409/341-3748

BBF #298

1991 TOYOTA SOARER,
twin turbo, 1 JZ motor, 5-speed, blitz dual
exhaust, sard blow off, short shifter, 16”
5zigen rims, lowered suspension,
call for price 393-0483/433-5663 9am-5pm|

2000 NISSAN MAXIMA,
5 speed standard shift, white, sunroof, DVD &
CD player, AC, one of a kind $6,000
: call 423-8667

BBF #304
2005 TOYOTA TUNDRA,

AC, CD player, 22” rims, low mileage, clean,
great condition, just in from US $17,000.
2007 Dodge charger, clean title $19,500

Call 449-3239 to 448-3239

2004 GREEN FORD F-150 LARIAT,

4 door, low mileage, chrome accessori
custom leather and wood gram interior, cold’AC,
P/W, P/L CD player, DVD player
asking $17,500 ONO
2005 Altima $8,200 ONO
call 465-3060/359-3521
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2003 MAXIMA,
fully loaded, 20” rims, flip out DVD player, HID
head lights $9,000 price negotiable call 466-
9320/395-2548

BBF #308
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
fully loaded, low mileage, cd changer, leather,
sunroof, AC, 18 inch chrome rims,
keyless entry, $9,800 ONO
552-1164

[BBF #311
‘1998 HONDA ACCORD
20” rims, AC, CD player, standard shift,
$5,800 AND 2003 Dodge Ram, 4 door,
clean title, $15,500 call 544-1038

2003 ACCORD,
excellent condition, AC, CD player -

$13,000 ONO call 556-4616/393-0686



2006 DODGE DURANGO
blue exterior, dark gray interior, AC, CD,
33k miles clean title, $13,5000 OBO
_call 341-4869/434-0882

BF #324
2006 DODGE DURANGO
blue exterior, dark gray interior, AC, CD, 33k
miles clean title,°$13,5000 OBO call 341-
4869/434-0882

2004 HONDA ACCORD,
power everything, excellent, 84k miles, AC, CD
player, navigation, automatic, silver w/ black
interior, asking $10,500 ONO -
call 357-3359/677-4603

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wy the works $39,000.

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BBF #332 ‘

: 2007 MONTE CARLO .
_clean title, white on white, 22” rims, 20k miles,
HID Lights, -CD Player, tints, willing to trade, free}
brand new TV 42” plasma with purchase,
serious inquires only, $15,500
bank financing for government workers
ph# 535-1702 / 395-3057



BBF #333

Owner leaving island

1998 Honda Legend,
excellent condition, cold AC, 6 Disc CD changer,

$3,500 Price for quick sale AND 1997 Nissan
Cetric, excellent running condition,
stereo set $2,900
393-5566

F #334
2000 HONDA ACCORD COUPE,
v tech, 20” rims, CD, AC, p/w, 4 spear rims,
everything in excellent condition .
$7,300. ONO
call 433-6689

2008 CHEVY COBALT,
just in from US, like new, new lights, AC, CD,
$10,800 ONO, no down payment for Atlantis and)
Government employees AND 2006 Sentra
$7,800 ONO call 432-1301



1997 HONDA ACCORD,
red exterior, grey interior, 2dr coupe, CD
Player, ac, sunroof, factory rims, excellent
condition, asking $3,800 OBO price
negotiable, serious inquires only ph# 394-
8962 /544-9122



1997 MERCEDES BENZ.
p/w, AC, tinted windows, good condition, $9,500
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BBF #339

BBF #338
2007 KIA OPTIMA,
_ good condition, low miles, $9,000 ONO
call 468-7535

; 2003 ACURA 3.2 TL,

. . gold, excellent condition, leather interior,
sunroof, CD changer, trip tonic, $8,500. OBO

call 434-0758



BBF #340
2008 CHEVY IMPALA,
brand new, in dash DVD player, remote start,
dual alarm system, heavily tinted, 2 12”
speakers, very clean, Christmas sale $14,000
call 423-8931/392-0494

2004 CHEVY MONTE CARLO,
great condition, yellow hid lights and fog lights,
$13,000 ono * ,

2005 TRAIL BLAZER,
$14,000 ONO charcoal gray, gray interior, p/w,
p/s, alarm, clean title, CD player, low mileage,
great condition, just serviced,
call 468-9732/454-8041




2007 CHEVY AVALANCHE,
fully loaded, booming system, 22” chrome rims,
~ the works $39,000.
Call 328-3347 leave message.

BBF #344

1998 CHEVY S 10,
good working condition,
$3,900 ONO F
Phone # 364-4591/424-7988

BBF #345
1998 HONDA.INSPIRE,
very low miles under 30,000, excellent condition
$4,900 willing to negotiate
call 427-3158/364-7841

BBF #346
2003 Nissan Maxima,
low mileage, AC, CD player, new crystal lights,
fresh paint, mint condition, $7,500 ONO No
down payment for °
Government.and Atlantis employees.
Call 432-1301

1998 YUKON TOUCH SCREEN, :
extra screens, sound system, 22” spinner rims,
HID BeOS: blue ext., gray leather int.
; $8,500. ONO:
Sr call 431-8839/434-5610/467-1 998






BBF #348 =
2001 HONDA CIVIC,
AC, CD, runs good, low miles,
Christmas Special $5,800 ONO
364-9339/465-5851

BBF #349
2003 JAGUAR
AC, CD, fully loaded, excellent condition,
$18,000
call 448-2425/326-6066

BBF #350
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
clean in/out, 22’ slim rims,$6,500 without rims
$8,000 w/rims, $1,500 for rims alone call 468-
5832/361-4809

BBF #351
1994 HONDA ACCORD,

AC, CD, automatic, 4 door, good running
condition, serious inquires only $3,500 ONO
AND 2007 Altima, sunroof, fully loaded, must

see $18,000. ONO
call 423-7794/325-5964/466-6323



Bor #352

2004 HONDA CIVIC,
2 agar clean inside and out, can’t beat this deal!
$7,300 ONO call 525-5745/423-1973

BBF #362
2003 MAXIMA,
Clean, AC, CD and tape player $7,500 ONO
financing available for government and hotel
workers Phone #376-5720

BBF #363
GREAT CITY CAR,

Excellent MPG, '99 Toyota, Very good condition,

drives like new, only 50k Miles, automatic
transmission, AC, Power steering, Power
-windows and mirrors, Electronic Display, ABS,
dual SRS airbag, CD player and sunroof
$5,850 ONO call 455-9940/302-9043

BBF #364 ns
1998 NISSAN ALTIMA,
good condition, $2,800. ONO
call 468-4123














BBF #365
2007 FORD F-150
cold AC, clean interior, less than 30k miles,
champagne, factory loaded$15,000-ONO call
558-1458/356-6385



BBF #367 ‘
aos 2000 HONDA ACCORD
white, tan interior, CD/DVD, sunroof, AC, clean
title, license until Sept: 2010; stick shift, ‘runs
perfect, Excellent condition, buy and drive,’
MUST SEE $6,200: Call 636-4794/361- -5316

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BBF #375,
; 2002 Honda Civic,
stick shift $6,500 with rims, $5,500 without rims
call 361-6063/552-7056

BBF #6068

2004 Honda Accord,

22” rims, HID lights, fully loaded, 6 disc CD
changer, ice cold A/C, immaculate condition,
must see to appreciate, lets make a deal,
$11,500 without rims and $13,000 with rims
Call:1242-554-8420,
431-8547 or 326-2940

RIB # 004
- 2002 BUICK
Brown exterior, AC,.CD player.
An good working condition. ‘Needs minor work.
$1,000 ono
cell 556-1803

2006 DODGE CHARGER, SEDAN
white with black interior.
clean great condition, low mileage!! only 9 miles,
fully loaded.
Financial facilitation available:
Contact Mr. Blair 376-5573 or 341-2734
owner leaving island.

RIB #003

2004 FORD SPORTRAG
White exterior, black interior
4 door, running excellent, power windows, clean
interior, sunroof, ‘AC, CD player.
Fully loaded.
Owner leaving Island:

Asking $15,000.00 Call 448-1578
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2005 GMC YUKON DENALI XL
Dark green exterior, grey & brown interior
leather, bose sound system, DVD player,
83rd row seat, all chrome accessories, 22” rims &
‘rear back up camera.
Buyer win. $14,000.000n0
392-4667 535-2338

CO «

2006 FORD MUSTANG
White exterior with brown interior, convertible
top, matching custom mustang rims. All chrome
accessories, extra clean and smooth
Buyer will be winnng no matter what.
$18,500.00 ono
Call 392-4667 or 535-2338

Yamaha Golf Cars.
Gas and electric available. NEW 2 person cars
starting at $7,270. Choose your options and
colors. Also available in 4, 6 and 8 passenger
cars. Call 393-0262

RIB #010
2000 BUICK LESABRE SEDAN
White exterior with grey interior. Clean spacious
& rides smooth. Very good an gas,
20” white rims. $6,500.00
Call 392-5259. or 565-8612

1999 HONDA ACCORD EX 3.2
Black exterior with grey interior, 2 door. ;
Leather seats, sunroof, AC, CD player and
Mp3, V6 engine halo projection lights. - °
Great running condition. $5,500.00
Call 324-1901 cell 424-2347

97 GMC YUKON FOR SALE
22’ Chrome Rims w/new tires,

Pwr Windows, Custom Grill, CD Player, Great
Running Condition, 4 stock rims included,
custom seats ONLY ASKING $6,800 O.N.O
Call: 323-0800 or 376-5400

RIB #016
1994 BMW 318
Black exterior with black interior
$4,500.00
CD player, AC.
Call 535-5758 or 436-1090

1999 BUICK CENTRUY
Tan exterior with tan interior.
Fairly good condition, cool AC,
clean running engne.
Asking $4,500.00 ono”.
Cell 434-7157 or 363-2000 ext 66538/7



RIB #020
1999 LEXUS GS 300
Black exterior with tan interior
$7,500.00 ono
Call 341-6972 cell 376-7723

: 2005 FORD FOCUS
. 2x4 from USA.Gold exterior, auto, AC, power
window/doors, 4 doors, airbags, 6 disc Cd

changer, 30K miles, keyless remote entry,very |

clean, license & inspection included. $5,999
361-7171,434-4182

FANS
RIB #033

2001 NISSAN SENTRA
Price ‘$4’500.00
- 1994 Lexus Es 300
Price $4’700.00
Serious Inquires Only Please
Call 362-1321 or 448-1422

RIB #063 :

1999 FORD TAURUS

3.0 v6, dark green, grey interior ,tinted windows
AC, CD player, sound system, DVD player &

power reverse mirror, needs
transmission. Asking $3,500.00 with
transmission & $2,500 without. Must see to
appreciate.
393-1653,433-6743,362-4271 ext 6203












RIB #065
2002 HONDA CIVIC
White exterior with grey interior, $9,800.00,ono
Right hand drive. Fully loaded.
1999 HONDA CIVIC
$6,900.00
Call 394-8431 or 393-1753 or. 424-5175

IB #074
2001 CHEVY SILVARDO 1500,
ext cab, flare side, lowered, sound system, a/c,
22"rims, gold ext black int, fiber glass lift back,
4.8-V8, k&n
filter, chrome accessorys, nice truck to much to
list good condition
$9,999.99 obo #454-5219

RIB #076
2000 FORD TAURUS
Gold exterior.with grey interior, 4 door ,
Vehicle is in great condition, new radiator, new
water pump, cold AC, well kept, very clean, and
runs nice and smooth. $4,500.00. ono
Call 356-2916 cell 431-5835

RIB #077
2007 CHEVY 4X4 COLORADO
Gold exterior. $26,000.00
Call 364-2491 cell 456-8787

RIB #078
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY
Red exterior with grey interior 4 door $20,00.00
Only 50k miles, very reliable, very fuel efficient
Also 2003 CADILLAC DEVILLE
$8,000.00 ono
392-2082 cell 427-9042

RIB #079 ;
1998 ALTIMA
Black exterior with dark interior,18” rims
$3,800.00 ono
Call 324-8405 cell 544-1995

2002 NISSAN GLORIA
(RHD INFINITI - M)

Silver exterior with grey interior. $9,400.00 obo
Intuitive LCD display spacious interior,
powerful engine
Well balanced executive car.

Call 468-8419

1996 NISSAN PRESEA
Grey exterior with blue interior
: $2,500.00
: Good condition
call 394-8642 or 468-6293


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RIB #084
1994 HONDA INTERGRA
Grey exterior with grey interior, 2 door.
$3,000.00 neg ,
Auto transmission, AC cold
Excellent driving condition, right hand drive. Call
558-9963.

RIB #087 .

XMAS SPECIAL 99 FORD F-150
Standard shift, extended back, white with blue
interior, needs engine repair. Asking $3,000.00

: 1993 LEXUS GS-300.
Running, needs spray, leather int, AC, CD
Asking $2,000.00 Owner leaving town,
This special wont last. 636-0624

TOYOTA WINDOM.
Asking $3000. ‘
Call 361-5484 or 455-0795.

1996 JAPAN TOYOTA AVALON
Green, exterior. $3,800.00

1996 TOYOTA COROLLA
Running well. Good condition
- $2,800.00
Call 393-5517 cell 432-8174

2005 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver exteror with charcoal black leather interior,
4 door. Six disc CD changer, AC, sunroof
Only 20,000 miles , very clean
$12000.00 ono
Call 456-4298

1994 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with tan interior
$3,500.00 :
2 door, great body, runs good and lic until 2010
Call 456-0964

TNT

2001 GMC YUKON XL
Grey exterior with grey interior
$18,000.00 ono. 22” chrome rims: Excellent
condition, running good, chrome accessories.
Call 454-4530 or 341-8119

RIB #095
2000 BMW 323Cl
Black exterior with tan/leather interior, clean,
excellent condition, one owner, 5 CD changer, 5
speed , 2 door sport
$7,500 obo
call 362-2812 cell 525-0559 or 328-4826

2003 G35 INFINTI COUPE
Freshly painted red exterior with black
leather interior, 22 inch chrome rims,
Red neon under lights, remote start with
pager alarm, recently serviced
license & inspected until July 2010,
Bank certified, fully loaded, A real show
stopper. Values $20,000.00
asking $18,000.00 neg

call 427-2125 or 326-2579

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RIB #098 :
1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VAN
Broen exterior, AC, good condition
$3,500.00
Call 325-9185 cell 456-8584

RIB #100
1998 DAEWOO CIELO
Black & blue , white/blue. $2,000.00 ~
Features power windows & doors, AC, custom
paint( int & ext) solid condition.
call 242-361-8491 or 242-544-7408

RIB #101
1993 NISSAN SENTRA
Orange/blue. Features custom paint(inter & ext)
AC, sound system, stick shift, well maintained.
$2,500.00 ono
call 242-361-8491 or 242-544-7408 or
242-426-0774

1992 FORD B700 BUS FOR SALE
By owner. Asking $8,500, price
negotiable.
Tel# 3771149 Wright

2008 Dodge Charger .
Clean title. 4000 miles, black interior
A/C, CD player, very clean, must see to
. appreciate
$24,000.00 559-7246

2005 Buick Le Sabre é

Leather interior, Chrome rims fully loaded
A/C, CD, 19,000 miles
$8,500.00 559-7246



2s.
RIB #108
2003 CHEVY TAHOE
Black exterior with tan/grey leather interior,
sunroof, AC, power windows/doors,
alarm system, 22” rims,CD
(Owner leaving island.) $8,500.00
Call 363-2000 ext 65637 cell 429-1052

RIB #110
1994 BUICK LESABRE
Tan exterior with tan interior, 4 door
AC, tape, 4 door. Asking $3,000.00
1997 ACCORD AC, CD, sunroof.
Asking $4,000.00
call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

2004 HONDA ACCORD
Blue pearl exterior with greyinterior factory
wheels, very clean in & out $43,000 miles with a
2007 front end $12,000.00 ono
call 394-3436 cell 465-9609

2001 CHEVY CAVILIER
White exterior with grey interior
$4,000.00 ono
Recently services, good condition
Call 364-7095 cell 448-5710

RIB #116
1994 HONDA INTEGRA

Grey exterior with black and grey interior

Good condition.
‘Call 393-1987 or 431-0649




RIB #118
1998-1999 MERCEDES BENZ
White exterior with tan interior
Power windows, sunroof, 4 door, goad rideand
excellent condition. $14,000.00
Serious inquiries only. Cell 565-9758

FOR SALE 2003 MAZDA MPV
SPORT MINIVAN
Mica black exterior, excellent conditions single
owner, cargo roof rack, 45000 miles, tinted
windows, impecable grey interior, new tires,
alloy rims, fuel efficient- great .66,900.00
call (786)269-3463 Angelica Urbina

RIB #120
2005 FORD TAURUS SE
Candy grey exterior with grey interior
$7,000.00
AC, DVD six disc, CD changer, clean title.
Call 361-5253 or 465-4245

RI 25
.2001 TOYOTA BB ;

Black exterior, black interior. Scion x.b(RHD
Economic (35 mpg), 17” chrome rims. v.i.p lip kit
boost control, cd player, ac, very clean in & out.
Makes excellent work van. Will remave kit and

rims & lower price. $7,500.00
Call 324-6096 454-6553

RI
1995 NISSAN SKYLINE 25GTS
Grey/black with grey interior. RB25DET engine,
greedy intake 90mm throttle boby, 4 core
radiator & intercooler, race seats, supec AFC,
Alpine system, 3” exhaust, body kit.
- Call for price.
424-5768 cell 467-9645

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RIB #128
2006 DODGE CHARGER (Pearl Blue)

Clean title; low miles; 22” rims; dual cat-back
performance exhaust; Panasonic sound system;
two 12” subwoffers; custom made shift knob;
LED blue fog lights:

Must see to appreciate!
$24,000.00 ONO; Call: 376-1537

RIB #129
1996 TOYOTA AVALON
Green exterior with tan interior. Power
windows, CD, AC. very clean $4,300.00
call 323-7955 cell
466-0394 or 466-0393

RIB #135 :
1997 HONDA CIVIC
$3000.00
Good working condition.
Call 393-4637 after 69m
Cell 436-5187

RIB #137
1999 BUICK CENTURY
Black exteror with tan leather interior $3,500.00
Call 361-7722 cell 427-7092

RIB #140 c
2003 HONDA LEGEND SEDAN
Dark blue exterior with dark grey interior,

6 disc CD changer, leather seats, AC, in dash
DVD screen, runs perfect, 18” rims RHD
$7,500.00
Call 552-3608 or 535-9464

RIB #144
2009 FORD ESCAPE
Red exterior with Tan interior, 4 door automatic,
fully loaded with CD & MP3 ready, power
windows/locks, extra clean, like new
$28,500.00. ono
Cell 454-1335 new

2007 FORD EXPEDITION
Pearl white exterior with black leather
interior

$25,000.00 ‘
Call 394-6494 cell 429-5344

RIB #150 s
2005 CHEVROLET COLORADO
White exterior with tan interior .

Just in from the US, clean title, low miles, AC,
leather interior, like new, runs good.
-$11,500.00 ono
4 cylinder engine.

Call 341-1124 cell 477-3206 or
395-1878

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1996 FORD MUSTANG GT, COUPE
Black exterior, with grey interior.
$3,800.00 obo. No reasonable offer refused.
Call 376-3308

RIB #154 :
2002 NISSAN SENTRA
burgundy exterior, 4 door, AC, power windows,
power locks, spoiler. Excellent condition
$5,000.00 obo
Call 502-7311 or 466-7674



RIB #156
2004 NISSAN SENTRA

Chamagne exxterior with grey interior
$6,800.00 ono Fully loaded.
Cell 436-3554

RIB #157

1999 FORD F-150
Champagne exterior with tan interior
$9,500.00 ono
Fully loaded, clean title, Just arrive,
Cell 436-3554

RIB #159
2003 GMC ENVOY
Smoke exterior with grey interior
$7,000.00 obo
Reliable and strong, chrome grill.
Cell 565-1387

2008 GMC
White exterior. $35,000.00 ono
Fully loaded Z71 4x4 low mile. Just like new.
Call 363-1283

2004 HONDA CIVIC
$7,500.00
Power everything, sunroof
Call 363-1283 cell 424-2844




TRIB #163

1998 OLDSMOBILE REGENCY
White exterior. Leather interior, engine in
great condition. A great buy, will paint and

_tint for a serious buyer.
cell 465-5181

RIB #165
- 2004 DODGE NEON
Red exterior with black interior

Parts maxima, Buick Impala, radiators fan.

call 454-7111

RIB #166 . ee
1997 NISSAN SKYLINE
Black. exterior with black & grey interior
Interior & exterior neon, exhaust, system set,
sunroof. Must see. $5,500.00 ono
Owning leaving the Island, loud exhaust.
Call 364-3554 cell 429-4524

RIB #174
2000 NISSAN ALTIMA .
Grey exterior with brown interior
$3,000.00 obo :
Needs head job, but car in good condition.
Call 454-6849



TRIB #175

. 2000 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with black/leather interior, sunroof,
and sound sysstem. Car in excellent running
condition willing to negotiable with serious
: buyer. cell 432-5490

RIB #176
2005 FORD ESCORT
Mini SUV. Blue exterior, grey interior, well
maintained, expat owner, new tint, good a/c,
standard trans. Excellent condition.
$12,000.00
Phone 422-4027

IB #182 , :
2001 DODGE RAM 1500
Red exterior., tan interior. New condition,
47K miles, 5.2L, 5 speed, fully customized.
$9,900 ONO
1998 RAM SS/T
great condition, 114K miles, 5.9L auto rare truck,
white w/blue stripes. $5,8000no0

call 565-8082

2003 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE,
black leather interior
$7000.00.
Also inquire about importing your own choice of
vehicle from the US.
565-8612 or 3925259 .

2003 FORD F-250
full 4 door 5.4 V8 sunroof 6disc c/d
changer 38.5 tires
10' lift, 4+4 stick shift,color back up
camera,train horn, k&n filter, flo
masters, huge dual
muffler tips, extended door
mirrors,door steps,
paint on bed finer, window visors to
much to list. this is the frist monster
truck on the island great for the
out doors
hauling boats etc.$23,000.00 obo
serious inquires only no dreamers
#454-5219.



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TRIB #854



RIB #686
, silver 2004 Lexus ES300
Special. Edition
platinum silver exterior, black interior
tv,navigation,cd player,Hid lights,Fogs,
traction control,electronic rear curtain,
front, side, and rear curtain airbags.
Never in Accident, Clean Title
$15,000
324-6096 454-6553

2001 DODGE RAM
Red exterior., tan interior

New condition,

47K miles, 5.2L,

5 speed, fully customized. $10,200
1998 RAM
SS/T great condition, 114K miles, 5.9L auto rare truck,
white w/blue stripes. $7,000 prices negotiable

call 565-8082

1998 320! BMW
Good condition. Silver exterior
Asking $6,000.00 ono
Call 434-4517

: 1997 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior, 2 door CD, AC,
Automatic, 2 door, sunroof. 5
Asking $4,000.00
1997 HONDA ACCORD, 2 door, AC, CD |
automatic. sunroof $4,000.00. 94 Buick lesabre
$3,500.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

4899 HONDA ACCORD
Tan exterior with tan interior, 4 door, AC, CD
Asking $6,000.00 ono
41889 HONDA ACCORD
fully ioaded, AG, CD. automatic $7,000.00

Cali 364-3691 ceil 557-1205

RIB #856
1997 HONDA PASSPORT JEEP
NEEDS NEW TRANSMISSION!
Great for parts. Body and interior in
excellent condition: Engine starts and runs.
REDUCED TO $2000. Priced to sell.
376-6264

TRIB #86

2000 FORD F-150 LIGHTNING
Limited Edition. Black exterior,
black and grey interior. $8,500.ono
Fast truck, many mods,v8, 5.4] super charged
engine, 18” rims, must see to appreciate.
Call 364-3258 cell 376-4947

RIB #867
-1996 R33 NISSAN SKYLINE GTS-T
rb25 turbo,Hks intercooler, Hks downpipe, Top
Secret Ecu, uppipe, decat,
intake, exhaust, adjustable suspension,LSD, 18
INCH RIM, CD player
and more...just arrived, very clean & fast
8,500
324-6096 454-6553

1999 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with tan interior
$6,000.00
AC cold/runs like fresh of the lot. New paint,
great on gas, In from US
Call 456-0542 or 465-7094



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2007 FORD F-150
White exterior double cab. $21,000.00
2006 FORD ESCAPE
Grey exterior, automtic, clean title
$16,000.00 abo Must go, fully powered
Al condition.
Cell 477-3125 <






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RIB #879 :
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Green ext, tan int, 4-dr, alarm, power, small
sound set, over 200 songs, service by NMC,
clean title, automatic, excellent running, very
good condition. $6,200 ono.
422-6762/361-7524+

RIB #889
1999 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
Titanium exterior with beige interior, DVD, CD
player, DVD player in back seat. $11,500.00
extended cab, tinted, 20” rims,
- 2 Fifteen inch speakers two amps sound
system $10,500.00 w/o system
434-4892 or 424-6443

76 FORD DUMP TRUCK
10 speed cumminns
1986 FORD BACHOE755-A
$18,000.00
cell 466-0162 or 327-1477

RIB #892
2008 FORD ESCAPE JEEP
Tan exterior with beige interior, 4 door
automatic, fully loaded, power windows/lccks,
extra clean, new. $27,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries only.
call 341-8221 or 457-1303 or 361-6758



RIB #893
2002 FORD F-150 TRUCK
White exterior grey interior. Automatic, manual
windows locks, 6 cyclinder, air conditioned
AM/FM, CD player. $9,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries only
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758



CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix -

2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition low miles $7,200
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241

2006 CHRYSTER 300
Grey exterior with grey interior. Limited edition,
leather seats, very good condition, Willing seller
Asking $20,000.00 ono. Nice christmas gift
Car in Freeport, shipping free anywhere in the
Bahams. Call 361-3136 cell 434-4517
emerickj @ hotmail.com

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RIB #920
2004 HONDA ACCORD EX
White exterior with tan interior. $12000.00 ono
Just in from the US. Extra clean, 6 disc CD
changer, factory alloys wheels, AC, sunroof, pwr
windows, locks, keyless entry, full tank of gas.
361-0029, 455-5564

RIB #926
; 2005 INFINITI G35
Pearl white exterior with tan interior
chrome rims, low miles, Must go, leather seats,
: fully loaded. $19,000.00
Call 393-0814 cell 525-6453 or 225-1475

: SSS
RIB #929

1998 FORD F-150
w/2006 FACTORY FORD ENGINE
completely customize, int, ext & suspension.
Complete flowmasters, w/4”pipes & much more.
$8,500.00. Fin avail, $2,500 down
Call 395-0183, 24/7. For more info & pics
dawkinsauto @ hotmail.com



RIB #931
1992 TOYOTA WINDOM
Green exterior with dark grey interior. $2,400.00
obo. Running .
1996GT MUSTANG
manual. $15,000.00 ono
Like brand new, AC, CD rims, etc

Call 423-7695

RIB. #938 :
2004 Chevy Tahoe 271
Fully loaded, Sunroof, 3rd row seats, Leather,
factory DVD system, 22" wheels. .
$15,000.00 ONO.
Call 324-3440(hm) or 454-2285 (cell)

19995 TOYOTA SUPRA
White exterior with black/grey interior sport
$8,500.00 ono Standard shift, AC, CD,
costomised muffler, Very fast.
Call 424-0102

RIB #942
-1998 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Black exterior with tan leather interior
$9,000.00 obo
Good running condition, 22 inch rims, sound
system included.
Cell 677-5565 or 434-6410 or 433-1324



RIB #945
1996 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Gold exterior with beige/leather interior.
$2800.00
Clean in and out, AC, power everything.,
leather seats, Great car.
Cell 426-4426 or





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RIB #956
2002 DODGE INTERPED
White exterior with grey interior
Sold as is. $5,500.00 ono
Call 393-0837 or 454-3591

RIB #957 :
2007 HONDA FIT
Grey exterior, black interior.
: $13,000.00
Phone 393-6208

RIB #970
2000 FORD EXPLORER
Beige exterior with pearl cream interior ,CD
player, AC, good running condition, clean inside
& out, 2 door. Tne owner is leaving the island,
you have to see it to appreciate.
All for an affortable price.
Call 323-0420 or 525-2852



RIB #977
2005 MITSUBISHI GALANT
Great condition, fully loaded clean title, great
fuel economy. 26mpg. $13,900.00
1999 FORD TAURUS SE _—
Fully loaded, good condition, automatic
: $3,500.00
call 324-8030 or 436-6661

2005 Hummer H2.
No stories on this one. Fully loaded white with
black interoir and only 42,000 miles.
Only asking $51,000.00
Phone 361-0000 or 424-0035
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1998 BMW 528i.

Fully loaded and ready for a new owner. Dark
green with tan leather interior and only 42,000
miles. . Priced for a quick sale @ 8,300.00.
Please call 361-0000 or 424-0035.

‘93 SEVILLE STS.

42000 MILES. 4.6 NORTHSTAR ENGINE.
LEATHER. YEAR OLD PEARL PAINT.
$3500 ONO

. 324 1233. 9a-5p

For Sale 30' 1993 Grady.White
Yamaha 250hp 4-stroke engines, 100 hours.
New steering, new autopilot, Garmin 188C

GPS/Depth/Fish Finder, é
AM-FM Stereo XM, Refrigerator, stove, gas
grill, deck chairs, all safety equipment.
Coral Harbour. $74,900.
357-9107c 362-1360h

2005 Toyota Thundra-$19,000
1998 Nissan Maxima-$5,000
1998 Honda Accord-$7,000(standard shift)
Ph: 454-2339

CHEVY 1500,
Clean in and out, a/c, c/d player . Runs
excellent, very reliable. PH: 432-9478

2006 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT
Silver exterior, grey interior, sedan,
automatic, a/c, cd player,sunroof,
factory rims, clean title, banking
assistance available for qualified
persons. Serious inquries only please.
$18,700 ono. 2 to choose from.
Black & silver.

Phone 364-1306,434-6279,636-6859

2001 NISSAN SENTRA
Silver exterior, 4 door, AC, power
locks, power windows, spoiler
Excellent engine
$5,000.00 obo

Call 393-2314

RIB #005 2
1995 39°HATTERAS
Twin 671 Detroit diesels
8 kw onam generato:
Priced reduced.
Call 357-4261

BBF #372
2004 Acura 3.5 RL
leather seats, touch screen, navigation, fully
loaded, excellent running condition,
$13,000 ONO call 324-4356



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2000 BEACH CATAMARAN
With brand new 250 four stroke Yamaha, lic to
carry 30 + passengers. Good for harbour tours
and snokeling. $40,000.00 ono
Call 363-1283 cell 424-2844

RIB #131
BOSTON WHALER REVENGE
22’ good condition. Twin Johnson,
1991 - 150hp.
$15,500.00
Call for info, or view, 393-3939.
Please leave message.

BBF #371 :
1997 HONDA ACCORD,
AC, alarm, tints, 4 door, good condition, owner
leaving island. $3,300
call 565-2390/445-0863

2002 Ford Taurus-$6,000
2000 Ford Taurus-$5,500
2000 Ford Windstar-$6,500 ©
2001 Honda Odyssey-
$8,000
Ph: 454-2339

2006 LEXUS IS 250
Red exterior with tan interior
$32,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, leather seats,
sunroof,

20” rims, power everything.
Call 454-1915 or 565-8386

2003 SEA FOX 23’ CENTER CONSOLE
Very well maintained boat. ‘many new parts and
extras, low hours. Comes with trailer,
twin mercury 9O0hp engines
$21,000 ono
call 327-8379 or 376-1457

SOT

RIB #87
36' TROJAN TRICABIN 1982
Twin t6.35 Perkins diesel 8k Luger gen. A/C.
Reduced $33,000 obo.
Phone 424-0370




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2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White on white. $60,000.00 obo
‘Serial # 2204152431/2204158263
Serious inquires only.

Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

TRIB 912
1978 HATTERAS 37' Convertible..

New Eisenglass. New Bimini top. New Garmin GPS.
Auto pilot, VHF radio, color depth & fish finder. Twin
Detroit Diesel 450 hp. Cruise 20 kts, 8kw Northern
Lights Generator. Contact Glenn Pritchard,

$75,000 obo ;
359-2932, 324-4553 or 361-3000

RIB #080
2003 KAWASAKI 636 BLACK
Serious inquiries please. Great bike,
need a loving owner.
call 426-6455

RIB #852
2007 HONDA 650 XRL
Red and white trail motor bike
fully chrome and customize, low street tires
Asking 7,500.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

IBBF #319
YAMAHA 660 RAPTOR,
new tires competition system, Clean and fast,
asking $4,000 ONO
ph# 464-1483 / 328-4733

1999 Wellcraft 19ft 190 Sportfisher,

‘ Recently serviced and bottom painted. Many
new parts. 150 HP Mariner Engine with
315 hours. VHF radio, Bimini Top, front

floatation cushion, ropes, fenders and 2no
lifevests. $12,000 ONO.
Expat leaving Island.
Call 424-7291

NEW Yamaha VX700 Wave Runner
Includes (2) Two Life Vests. Cash sale
price $8,200.00
Call 393-0262.

2007 YAMAHA R6
Candy blue, with everything possible
chrome, power commander, headers, big break
lines and discs. Very fast and good looking.
Priced for quick sale. $7000.00 ono
392-4667 ,535-2338

B #149
2005 VESP A 200
Ventage green with granturism. A beautiful bike
with great speed when you need it.
Metal not plastic. $4,200.00
Call 361-6625 cell 556-4365 or 557-2886

“RIB #009-F ‘

NEW Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
Dependable Transportation. 4 stroke engine is
~ very quiet and fuel efficient. Inexpensive to

operate and you won't get stuck in traffic.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price is slashed to $2,095.00
393-0262.

TRIB #123,
1989 34FT WELLCRAFT
With & blue with twin evinrude 225 ocean pro,
forward cabin center console, fuel cap. 300 gal
Boat is turn key ready. ©
Come and see excellent condition.
Call 325-0837 or 395-2347

RIB #993
2000 FIART MARE 40’
White on white. $90,000.00 obo
CAT 3126 420 HP
Serial #65R 007 861/65R 00789
needa Hull. Serious enquires only.
all 363-2084 cell 424-3452

2008 HONDA CRF 250 R
, $6,500.00
Immaculate condition, four stroke
very fast, garage kept.
Call Ricky 359-0179

IBBF #296
Male and Female Cruisers for $200,
12” bikes $85., 16” bikes $115, 20” female bikes
$150, parts and accessories
ph# 552-3497 / 448-0012 /361-7382

RIB #009-A
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle
125cc 4 Stroke engine, Great quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a great price.
Cash Sale price reduced from $2,500.00.
New Cash price slashed to $,2300.00!!
393-0262.



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RIB #950
For sale: 2000 40ft Ocean Sport Fish
Twin’ 420 HP Cats only 700hrs, fast and
efficient, Ultimate fishing machine with two
staterooms, fully-equipped electronics,
yenerator and watermaker,
Must see. 457-1620

RIB #009-C : . oe,

BOAT TRAILERS FROM 12FT TO 40FT.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Best prices in town.
We also carry utility and watercraft trailers.
Tel: 393-0262.

37
2008 HONDA CRF 150 R
4,500.00
Immaculate condition, four stroke, junior bike
garage kept.
Call Ricky 359-0179

2007 HONDA BAJA
125, asking $13,000 ONO
ph# 326-1683 / 468-3297

NEW Yamaha “Crypton” Scooter
105cc four stroke engine.Extremely fuel
efficient.

Beat the traffic and get around town fast!
Ride all week and use only $3 gas!!!
Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to

$1,895.00 ;
TEL: (242) 393-0262
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009, PAGE 13



HIGH PROFORMANCE
TIRES
Starting at $189.00 size
_ 245/35/20
call for sizes.

HID LIGHTS
$170.00
Call for prices on sizes
not listed.
~ Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618

20” RIMS FOR SALE,
TIS 22 INCH CHROME RIMS & TIRES.
Almost in new condition, price negotiable,
Also 18” factory Ford & Lincoln rims.
$500.00 ono
call 395-8447 cell 327-7120

2005 CHEVY SUV EQUINOX
white exterior. $12,000.00 ono
Lots of household items
Please call 364-7834 or 544-2037
Owner moving off the Island.

Tes.
Low profile tires for sale, Neniepa.t Kuhmo, Falken,

215-35-18

Nexxen, Spectre,
$135

225-40-18

BBF #373 :
ACER LAPTOPS
for sale includes web cam and DVD burner
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: $499.99!!

Toshiba Laptop Chiletrias Giveaway
Special: =."

Comes with Windows Live 7. CD/DVD RW.
GHZ. 2GB Ram. 160/250 GB Hard Drive. WIFI.
Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Wa orty: puppies

are Limited. Price: $529.9!
Call 323.6315 / 467-41 6.

BBF #366
BRAND NEW 32” LCD FLAT SCREEN TV
$675.00 and Brand new Nintendo Wii $30
0. Call 455-3495/361-5519
tribune issue 72 052 10 days

_ Call For specs: Starting price $599.99 Limited

$135
$199
$335
$199
$199
$285
$275
$365
$199
$275 es
$275 2009 SET OF 22” F5 RIMS WITH TIRES
Chrome, 3 new 1 fairly used, 5 hole universal

Only 4 months old. $1900.00 obo

Also 3058/40/22 tire for sale
Brand new. $250.00 Cell 426-4426

double size ad 1

HP LAPTOP RECESSION SPECIAL
(Newest Models): Includes 2GB RAM; 2 GHZ;
250 GB Hard Drive; WIFI; CD/DVD RW;
Windows Vista; Anti- Virus. 1 Year Warranty
Included. Supplies are limited. Price: $549.99
Call PH at 323.6315 / 467.4146.

DELL VOSTRO CHRISTMAS SPECIAL:
Includes 1GB Ram; 160GB HD; WIFI; 3 in 1 PCI
Card Slot; Memory Card Reader; Windows
Vista; CD/DVD RW; Anti Virus. 1 Year
Warranty. Supplies are limited. Call 323.6315 /
467.4146

a SSTRIB 1 #139
“NEW HP DESKTOP AND MINI LAPTOP
Windows Xp
_160gb hard drive &1 gb of ram, 17 inch Led
*. Monitors & wireless Router included
Loaded with Microsoft Office and Virus
Protection. $450.00
Call 466-8523 or 322-2684

Dell Optiplex GX240 desktops,
Pentium 4 2.8 40GB, hard drive, CDrom,
512MB, 19” flat Panel monitor with windows XP
‘games and other software $399.

Call 393-4408 for details

RIB #962
COMPAQ (HP BRAND) 15 INCH LAPTOP ~
NEWEST MODELS
Compag Laptops come with: 2GB Ram; 160 GB
Hard Drive; Pentium 2.0GHz; CD/DVD RW;
Windows Vista; Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
Recession Special Price: $499.99. Limited
‘Supplies. Call 323.6315 / 467-4146.

IRIB #958
Dell Zino / Vostro Laptops Special:
Includes Zino / Tower; Monitor; Mouse;
Keyboard. Speakers NOT included; Anti Virus.

Stock. Call 323.6315 / 467.4146.

TWIN CESSNA
“SKYMASTER?” 337
Bargain $60;000.00
(or half share $30,000.00)
call 327-8866

Cd to remove passwords
on laptops and desktops
call for more information
393-4408

RIB #961
BRAND NEW HP & DELL MINI LAPTOPS:
Recession Special. 1GB RAM; 160GB Hard
Drive; Windows XP; WEBCAM; WIFI. Supplies
are limited. FULL 1 Year Warranty. Call PH at
323.6315 / 467.4146. Office Hours 8am-6pm.
Price: $399.

TRIB #95

DELL INSPIRON LAPTOP RECESSION
SPECIAL: 2GB Ram;.160 GB Hard Drive;
Pentium 2.0Ghz; CD/DVD RW; Windows Vista;
WIFI; Anti Virus. 1. Year Warranty. Price:
$499.99, Add color for $50.00. LAY-AWAY
Available. Limited Supplies: Call #323.6315 /
4 6.

RIB #8
COMPUTER FAST & ELEGANT IMAC
1 GHZ, wide screen 17” 160 HD, like new
Call 393-4767(6-9)
macimac @fastem.com


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#289 MARKET st SOUTH « PO BOX N-7984, NASSAU

THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM

PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
. WEDDINGSe FUNERALS*HOMESe CARS
Just call the numbers listed, . Earle Francis §.P.
lll personally handle your request. Pastor

(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
“Come and Worship.”

ny hot summer day with
freshing PINEAPPLE

FRUIT BOUQUET
Place Ee toda 394- ene

| Advanced Family Wiedicine |
Center & Medispa

acne,
* dark marks ,
& dull aged skin

Wicraderatsiaion
+Chemical Peel,
+Prescription strength
326-4122 Medication =
Shirley SE Mon-Sat

20 min HIV restine Saliva test

20 min Drag Screen

(Cocaine & Marijuana’ urine test)
326-111]

Mon-Friday:9-6; Sat:10-5

#149 Shirley: St: ‘Copp... -Doctor’s

hospital Parking lot,

WWW.m aeiere ia

*Bra Sets

[+ Thongs, G’s, Boyshorts
*Babydolls/Chemises

i* Camisole Sets -
i * Bustier / Corset Sets
‘*Lingerie Costumes

*Girl’s wet Out Parties *Bacheloreite Parties §
SLi erie Baskets °

MEETING ROOMS

Refreshment Services Available :
Ample Parking Up to 30 :
Delightful garden setting persons :

ORCHARD GARDEN HOTEL
Vilage Road
Tel:393-1297 Fax 394-3562

- E-mail:orchardhotelbahamas @ gmail.com
www.orchardhotelbahamas.com

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Telephone (242)364-6211 - 557-2530

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An early literacy system. for babies, toddlers and
Preecvoclers

“Authorized Distributor
Sherle Knowles
_ Phone: 393-8478
or 380-8023
babiescanread@ hotmail. com

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MAGIC HAIR -

LADIES DO YOU WANT THICKER,LONGER AND FULLER

PITMAN WORDPROCESSING






















L EV E L I + z INSTANTLY? Ti te NEW UNDETECTABLE
TUESD. AY + THURSDAY hair extension for balding and thinning hair. fi ? &
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BEGINNING JUNE 5TH TO MARCH 5TH 2009
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Hair regrowth treatment for balding, thinning and hair breakage.
100% remy human hair for sale

Call today for a FREE treatment!
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT, 455- 8856







ACCEPT CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS ok Sump ki ry
FOR YOUR BUSINESS Bouncing Castles... .. ccereceraee ROO For all your Holiday Pany
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Cold or Hot Meat Lovers, anid

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Tel: 225-3533/361-6298 -
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Devo Designs
Sen ag een aes
- We Screen Print for ary
occassion
We also make custom
im (ola te ate Laendtog a)
We're located on Wulff & Kemp Road
393-6886 or
eddevodesignsG@gmali.com

GRAY’S SCAFFOLDING & TOOL RENTAL

aye
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¢ Wet Saws Nig.

¢ Jack Hammers
SOREN ee Sarre e Concrete Mixers etc.
$10.00 per day
P.O. Box SB-50090 Tel.: (242) 392-4721
Nassau, Bahamas Cel: (242) 436-9311

RICKEY’S PURIFICATION SYSTEMS
Telephone: 877-4995, 454-7675

The All New Solar Air condition : ;
From 12,000 BTU to 42,000 BTU . 590.00

ave up to 70% on our air condition bill guarantee . ‘ neo li Miia ee.\ 4

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"Plumbing, Electrical, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration,
Masonry, Carpentry, Ory Wall Pasting and Odd Jobs








Phone: (242) BETIS
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Bi anrnsmeiare AE apann : We also carry the Solar Fridge and Freezer

From, 90 liter to 380 liter
(Back up Battery and Solar Panel)






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Tickets
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Gall or Text 4 Sizes & Colours

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TEL/FAX:(242) 341-7909 OR (242)468-5730 ‘
Carmichael Rd.

lt is the only nianitacture
who was permitted to

S produce medical Device
Wood Vinegar Plaster in
China.
CE Technical Documentation
Soothes Tired, Aching &
Swoollen feet and knees;
Improves: Circulation:
Removes. Toxins, a

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100% Natural Ingredients

Ex clusive D istribute '
393-5157, 448 0681

Angent Chinese Secret |
Chinese herbal healthcare food supplements. Good for:

¢ High cholesterol triglyceride * weight loss management
e Improve liver & kidney ¢ High blood sugar,
high blood pressure ¢ Anti-diabetes
e Arthritis, soothes tired, aching and swollen feet, knees
¢ Mend damage to the immune system;
e Enhance the effect of chemotherapy & radiation. theropy, etc

100% Natural ingredients. -
Call 393-5157 or 448-0681 Reyouth Biotech

Online consignment store, buyer and dealer of quality used-items at the “Best Price in Town“

EASY AS 1-2-3 CASH SALES. SELL anything online. Used furniture, clothing, vehicles, fashion accessories

Request photos by Email: bahamasargain
chu i Cera, com

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"Confetti Party Su

Specializing in Children’s Party Themes
Clean Bouncing Castle Guaranteed!!

Baby Shower Centerpieces
Professional Bows & Balloons

Phi: 341-0935 (423-8831
_Cowpen Rd and Silver Gates Drive

ALL ABOUT ELEGANCE

We rent chair covers, .tie -backs,
table cloths, overlays & dinner
napkins for all
occasions
Tel: 558-5664, 477-6443 or
456-9979 ‘
allaboutelegance @ ymail.com “Creating Beautiful Memories”





Is Business Moving at a Snail’ Pace? |
Let Us Help You:

aut Bamsly, Bricaseds, Weadiss wea, Chiklresa. ‘
. and your

5,000 Business Cards $375
5,000 Flyers 4” x 6” $450
(Full Color, Two Sided, UV Coated)

MUSICAL PHOTO MOVIE DVO STARTER PACKAGE (both) $700

GUIS sto Cis] oo Ui Gas
GREG @325-8195/395-3560
or gregm@coralwave.com

CALL: 466-3808
361-7077).

We also offer: Financial Statements, Business Plans & More

Bahamian, Caribbean & International Flags
FLAGS FOR EVERYWHERE & EVERYTHING

The LARGEST source of flag poles,
pennants and souvenir items, |
U.S. Visa Applications - Pin Cards -
~ Appointments
Custom Flags, Sports Flags.
Toll Free: 242-225-9555
Tel: 328-0360
Tel:(242)328-8250 |
‘Now located: 5th Terrace East,
stairs Tropical Exterminator Bldg.
x PO Box N7074 |

Radtech Amusement & Gaming Co. Ltd

30 Years experience in the
Wlindomeche Top business

RO. Sox N-S4F ~RRaae: (243) 264-3832
“Nassau, Sghamas ‘ Cah: {242} ABT-BBS4
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"Beat the Xmas | Rush i
UPHOLSTERY

Front room Sets from $389.00
Dining Sets from $15.00
Cars, Boats, Headliners
“We make old Furniture Look New!

Tel: 341-1125 or 432-2519
_Carmichae! Road

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Deron: McPhee

CLEANING SPECIALIST

“| will get your Carpet, Tiles, Upholstery
and Windows bubbly clean and fresh!

Tel: 323-5323 ° Cell: 426-6026 ¢ Fax: 325-2367

Email: comp. cleaners @ hotmail.com
P.O.Box Box N-' 97133 EeyeOne ole!

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Driven for Dependability

---- Telephone ----
323- -8427. (Sales) OR 326-6380

(Rentals) Visit our site:
www.avis.com.bs/preownedvehicles.hml

wwwhealthylivingochamas.com

322-3791.


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SYP SRUECTION

TELERMOMB: BAB-BESE1886 ExT. Gs OR SOeS+s35

SARGENT'S SECURITY SYSTEMS
~ Protect Your Home or Business .
FREE Security Alarm :
Just Pay 1/2 Year Monitoring @ $180.00

SOLDIER ROAD
TEL: 242-394-5661 »* PO BOX CB-11600
NASSAU, BAHAMAS

Imports

East Street South Next to the
Flowers Web shop
PH: (242) 356-4053
E-mail: threemimports @ hotmail.com

Sho international and pay right here at home.

Online Shopping, Pickup Services,
Auto Parts, Special Orders and Much More.

~ ALL BRANDS |

AIR CONDITIONING & REFERIGERATION.
Parts - Sales Services Installation

° Auto-Air Gas Up
¢ Refrigeration Gas Up
¢ Window & Wall A/C Unit
¢ Central & Ductless Gas Up
¢ Window & Wall A/C Unit Up.
¢ Ductless A/C Unit -Starts @ $500.00
* Central A/C Unit tarts @ $1,100.00

Tel: 394-7103/393-8575 ¢ Fax 394-8383 « Cell 466-1327
#7 Kemp Road near Shirley Street

CRICKET CLUB Restaurant & Pub

Open Daily - Live By Satelite English Premier Soccer, Cricket, Rugby.
SERVING - Shepard Pie e Cracked Conch « Bangers & Mash eChicken
Pot Pie e Grouper Fingers ° Fried Chicken eSteak & Kidney Pie
¢ Seafood Platter * Soup * Sandwiches « Salads Draft Beer, Stella,
Fosters, Becks and Full Bar ¢ Airconditioned Bar Outdoor Patio
Location: Haynes Oval West Bay St. Opp. Arawak Cay.

Tel: 326-4720

-Starts @ $ 65.00
..Starts @ $ 75.00
..Starts @ $ 85.00
Starts @ $250.00

| Serving Breakfast Daily =



“LAGERTAG BUA i HE WHOLE PAMHY™
P.O.Box CB-12843 eNassau, The Bahamas ¢
Tel: (242)466-7599
Email Address:bflbahamas @coralwave.com
} Catering to parties, fairs, corporate and community events

~ ff | PHONE ORDERS WITH CREDIT CARD ONLY

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GLOW IN THE DARK ITEMS!!

Glow Necklaces, Bracelets,
Eyeglasses & Bunny Ears
Masquerade Masks

get1 FREE /t’s More than a Cookie.
until It’s an Experience.

Dec 2409
at www.somethingsdifferent. biz

eomaent = Junkanoo Horns
Bearanr holiday hours starting Dec 1-24 Coloured Wigs & Group Signs
hours: mon-sat 10:00a-5:00p <

1/2 dozen - $9 or $1.50 Each a, —
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Universal Power
Contacts
357 - 3572
558 - 6486

ILUTTILIE ANGIELS CIHURISTIAN
ACADEMY

Formerly Blue Hill Christian School
Registering for January

18 Month - 5 Years
* Hot Lunch Program

* Abeka Curriculum
Ph: 341-0677

( MINISTRY OF EDUCATION APPROVED oa)

> Electrical esign Construction
> Solar Electric Power
> Generator Installation & Repairs



Academics ¢ Creativity « Excellence
Offering K2, K3, K4 and K5 Programs
REGISTER NOW!!
CLASS SIZES ARE LIMITED!!
Ninth Terrace, East Centreville

Tel: 328-4480 or 552-8706
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m-6p.m
$235 PER MONTH ‘
INCLUDES DAILY HOT LUNCH

INSTANT CASH

Spewlet en Th Sheenet aie dane
Language Learning

sing oy $99.99

Spanish, French, etc. ,
Phone: 565-4375 or 676-2748

Surecce sn
Success

Top $
MaxFactor Scrap Metal
: WE BUY METAL .
Ganaunciag the one weeb basing meta€, wine, coopers and brass
. Aluminum . Brass . Copper

. AC Coils : re . Radiators
. Batteries . Catalytic Converters

Top $

State Certified Electronic Scales

242-558-9011» Top $

PC and Laptop Repairs
Computer Sales & Accessories
Antivirus Software
Internet & Networking

Tel:325-5040
Cell: 465-0610 or 454-7934

WE PICK UP AND DELIVER

Do you need an ULTRASOUND?.
Contact 7


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RIBI #122
Acer Laptop Christmas Giveaway Special:
Comes with Windows Live 7. CD/DVD RW.
2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160 GB Hard Drive. WIFI. Anti
Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
Supplies are Limited. Price: $499.99
Call 323.6315 / 467-4146.

RIB #981-B
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
. HP & Toshiba laptops 320GB HD, 3GB memory
w/webcam $650
Toshiba laptop 500GB ae 4GB memory w/webcam
725

HP & Acer mini laptops w/wencam $450
Acer laptop w/webcam $595
Compaq desktop 500GB HD, 3GB memory w/21.5""
monitor $675
call 525-6223

BRAND NEW
BLACK BERRY
9700
Cell phones
quadband Du
$500.00
Cell 423-6052

NEW IPHONE 3GS
3G,S 16GB/32GB
UNLOCKED
$450.00

Cell 423-6052

ORIGINAL 100%
BLACKBERRY WIFI
CURVE 8320
UNLOCKED $550.00

Cell 423-6052

SSS

LG 42” HD LCD TV
Watch your movies in HD awesome picture.
A must have. Serious inquiries only please
Cell 426-6455

RIB #981 ;

FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!

Toshiba 37”LCD TV $895

Toshiba 32” LCD TV $750

Toshiba 15.6” LCD TV w/built in DVD player
300

Playstation 3 new slim model w/blue ray $550
Call 525-6223

TV MOBILE N991
Dual sim Touch Screen
MP3, MP4,FM Radio,

dual camera, video,

2 GB memory card

Movie( optional)

PRICED $225.00
More models available

Ming Zing... $200

N79 TV... $200
Tel: 341-0460

or
465-0291

PINK MINI IPHONE
Touch & dual sim
Mp3/Mp4, fm radio
camera, bluetooth
2 GB memory card

choice of movie
downloaded..
$195.00

Tel 341-0460

or
465-0291

FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW!
Blackberry 8520W/WiFi

. $

480
Nokia E63 w/WiFi $365
Motorola L9 $180
Motorola pebble U9
(2009 model) 165
- Motorola L7 $135
Motorpla Razr pink $120
call 525-6223



RIB #136
*MONITORS and COMPUTERS FOR SALE!!!*

HP 19" HighDef ee MONITOR

250
Acer 17" Monitor $200
HP Pavillion Entertainment PC Laptop $800
Alienware Barebone case w/ Alienware
Powersupply $250 .
*Call Now: 364-9001 or 433-4377*

Great Christmas deal!!
Brand new!! Samsung Slide
phones, features camera,
bluetooth, mp3 music &
more!! For only $150.00.

Call Now! #376-5101,
393-567 1,465-9370

DUAL SIM PHONE
Touch light, camera.
B/tooths, FM radio
video/MP3, MP4
2.0 HD display, alarm,
2GB Mem, card
New in box. $170.00

Tel: 341-0460
or
465-0291

MP4’s with 8gb...$125
Mp4's with 4 gb.. $75
Car Mp3 player 2 gb

$65

Mp3 watch 1 gb.. $75
Downloaded with a
choice of 2 movies and
songs collection.

~ Tel 341-0460
or
465-0291

GREAT CHRISTMAS
DEAL!!

Brand New! LG Flip
phones , includes
camera, bluetooth,&
mp3 music
just$150.00. Going fast
call now!
#376-5101,
465-9370,393-5671

RIB #133
LIKE NEW LAPTOPS FOR SALE
Starting from 350.00
Linksys routers $65.00
20” slim rims $7,000.00
Call Desrick 361-2033 or 431-7704
392-4860 for rims.

BRAND NEW
BLACK BERRY 9530
with wifi + tv bluetooth

$450.00

Cell 423-6052

TRIB #910

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Limited supply ¢

Motorola Razr2...$250
LG Cookie
Motorola Krazr Rizr...$150
Motorola Pebl....$160
For more information
call
*364-9001/558-3267
or
558-3268*

WI-FI TV DUAL
SIM Qwerty
& I-Phone
dual cams, video
mp3/mp4 & fm radio
dual bluetooth
2 gb memory card
choice of 2 movie
$300.00

Tel 341-0460
or
465-0291

3G- Iphone
8gb $575, 3G
IPhone 16gb $700,
13GS 16gb $900.
3GS 32gb $1000

ph# 341-5933
or
454-1288
or
434-2325


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3G- Iphone
8gb $575, 3G
IPhone 16gb $700,:
38GS 16gb
3GS 32gb $1000
ph# 341-5933 ©
or
454-1288
or —
434-2325

963
LINKSYS WIRELESS G ROUTER
RECESSION SPECIAL: Includes Router; .
Ethernet cord; adapter; CD. All-in-one Internet-
sharing Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G
(802.11g) Access Point & Push
button technology. Warranty Included. Price
$89.99. Supplies are limited. Call Ph at
323.6315 / 467.4146

RIB #981-D
FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Panasonic DVD video camera $300
Olympus 12MP digital camera $185
Olympus 8MP digital camera $155
JVC 400 watt home stereo w/ipod connection

$385
Call 525-6223

RIB #099
PLAYSTATION 3 $450.00
Nintendo Wii $350:00
PSP $279.00
Nintendo Ds $179 games’
available.
Call 323-4028 or 636-1862

BEST PRICE
Casio G- shock
beautiful

Cakley shades.
authentic. $60.00

Call 544-0713

$900,

TRIB #909

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
LIMITED SUPPLY
Samsung waterproof)...$270

Blackberry BOLD
$650

Blackberry
CU eS -8310/8520
$350/$440

Blackberry Pearl 8100/8120
$230/$300

For more information
call .
364-9001/ 558-3267
or
558-3268

RIB #868
PS3 Backwards darnpatibic. 80 gig, 2 controllers
6 games include, Street Fighter 4, and Metal
Gear Solid 4- Everything $530,
Just the console.
430

$
425-7115

BBF #270
USED NINTENDO WII1
ncludes 3 games: Mario kart, |ron man and Red
steel, 2
race controllers, 2 regular controls $299.

a
Il 8326-2940/431 -8547

PS3 for $575.00
call 328-0002/
558-2839

1
BIG CHISTMAS SPECIAL
50% off
Gucci watchs now just $175.00 or 2 for rene: 00
Casio G shock $60.00. Ideal gift
Cell 544-0713

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RIB #134
Dell Computer with 19" LCD monitor
just $475.00. Direct Tv satellite system
activated for just $279.00.
27" Tv at $155.00
wulff road opposite Hardings Food Store,
Call 393-7943

RIB #012
PSP 13 GAMES
(2008 OR LATER)
Charger 2 cases. $500.00 ono

2 NINTENDO DS
(pink/white) 20 games charger case
$500.00 ono
Call 324-2554 or 376-5262

BBF #357
XBOX 360ELITE FOR SALE $450.00
call 328-0002

FULL LACE WIGS
Christmas Special
BUY 2 get 1/2 OFF!!!

.100% HUMAN REMY
&
. SYNTHETIC LACE
WIGS -

Serious Persons only

CONTACT: 328-6898

or designersensations
@

-hotmail.com

HUGH SPECIAL
NBA

Authentic jersey we
have all of the stars
past and present.
great quality. $60.00
2 for $100.00
CASIO G SHOCK
$60.00
Oakley shades
$60.00
Call 544-0713

RIB #981-C
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
‘Playstation 3(new slim nas 120GB memory
565

Xbox 360GB hard drive $485-
Ninendo Wii $400 -
PSP $285 -
Nintendo DS $245
Sportscraft 7ft air hockey table $475
Call 525-6223

USED PS2,
Includes 2 controllers, & all wires , | only $100.00
Ps3 and Ps2 giving you problems. Call me!
Games cds’ and memory cards

call
341-1650 or 535-6777 ©

BBF #356
PLAYSTATION 3 FOR SALE $450.00
call 328-0002

Most Realistic Hairline Lace Wigs Highest Quality!
100% Remy/virgin Hair Get any color/length/texture!
Best Prices! INSTOCK WIGS X-MAS. CLEARANCE
SALE!! $50.00 AND UP!
Look Fierce this X-MAS!
Limited supply call. Now!3648204

HOLLYWOOD WHITE
Skin Whitening Line
SEE RESULTS IN DAYS!!!
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856




RIB #872
"RECESSION SPECIAL
Authentic Oakley shades $60.00
Authentic Casio G chock watch $60.00
Authentic NBA Jesey $60.00. 2 for 100.
Get yours early.
Call 544-0713






BBF #330
. Keyless remotes F-150,
Explorers and all for vehicles $50.00 with
programming

BBF #354
HONEY OAK FINISH QUEEN BED ROOM
SET
$1,400.00 call 328-0002

BBF #353 - ;
QUEEN SIZE BEDROOM SET 6 PIECES
. -$1,800.00
call 328-0002





SBF #358

CHOCOLATE LOVESEAT AND SOFA
: SPECIAL!
$999.00



28-0002 -

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2009

RIB #998
HIGHY FLYING FIGHTER JETS
6 feet long wing span, 4 feet flying range
3,000 feet. Speed up to 50mph.
You will feel the power.
Cell 677-4995 or 454-7675

Radiators. starting at $170
_Call 468-7821

NEW TREADMILL
HEAVY DUTY
ONLY $699.00

CALL 362-6040

5 PIECE QUEEN SIZE BED ROOM SET
JUST LIKE NEW!!!, Head board, foot board, .
dresser, mirror and night stand asking $1,450

ph# 431-2984 / 364-3214 (leave message)





3PC SOFA SET $1,399
cal! 328-0002

~



IBBF #263

Laptop universal power adaptor $75.
Call for more information
393-4408

RIB #009-E ;
Generator Sale. .
Yamaha generators as low as $285.00! Be
prepared for blackouts! Our portable generators
are great for jobsites, are very quiet and
extremely reliable. 950 Watts to 2600
Watts available. Call 393-0262



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|

RED GOLD SOFA SET 2PC
$1,800.00
CALL 328-0002



LOUIS PHILIP BEDROOM SET
$1,500.00
call 328-0002





TRIB #073





Auto parts for sale, ;
bumpers, fenders, hoods and more,

Call: 364-9089 or 364-3011

RIB #925

‘Generator Sale.

Kipor Portable Gasoline generators.
Easy to operate and reliable.
KGE2500 Cash sale price $450.00,
KGE4000 Cash sale Price $695.00,
KGE6500 Cash sale price $895.00.

Call 393-0262. A

FOR SALE :
40KW 3 PHASE CUMMINS / ONAN
Generator set with an 80 gallon fuel
base tank, very low hours, asking.

$ 9000.00 or nearest offer.
Call 427-9531.

60 *
SECTIONAL SOFA $999.00
call 328-0002



Black Futon({folds into a bed), Brand
Newi!l.....Never opened!!! - $400
Tal:425-7115

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USED DRINK &
SNACK VENDING
MACHINE FOR

" SALE
At the cost of $4,000



O.N., all in excellent
condition. Presently
in business
establishment.
Tel: 525-7822 or
467-9074



TRIB #173
JUST LIKE NEW
All wood from wood you, dresser and night
stand with mirror
$600.00 Call 424-37970r
302-2847

TRIB #868
LOW RIDER RED NOSE PUPS
8 WEEKS OLD
1ST SHOTS and Dewormed
Peterson & Camelot.blood line
ONLY 2 AVALAILABLE
1 MALE / 1 FEMALE
$600
324-6096 454-6553

















DRYER
GAS & ELECTRIC
$950.00

_ Call 362-6040



RIB #08
9 ELEMENT
SURGICAL
STAINLESS
STEEL
Waterless and
greaseless
steam control,
11 pcs
cookware set.
was
$1299.00 now
$699.00
§ Limited time
) offer. Call 325-
: 8301 or
426-0780



RIB #141

SHIH-TZU PUPPIES

Four black & white, full breed shit-tzu pups for

sale. Asking $500.00 each.
Call 329-5552 cell 448-3804

12 WEEKS OLD PUPS
1st shot, shitzy white brown and black,
3 male, very pretty pups.
Asking $600.00

* Call 341-1369 (hm) 428-5998(cell)






4 PITBULL PUPS
15 weeks, all shots, deworm

1 female, 3 male. $200.00 Quick

sale.



Call Ashwood 425-8895






BRAND NEW
WHIRLPOOL WASHER -
7.0 Cu.

Ft., Electric, White, Energy
efficient, Top Load
$700.00,
WHIRLPOOL DRYER -
7.0 Cu. Ft. Super Capacity,
Electric, White, Front Load
$800.00
and 27" USED
TOSHIBA TELEVISION
$200.00

call 376-8009 or 544-6330

RIB #131
Ceramic Tile - 2 sizes
13" x13" and 13" x 19.7"
Large Quantity available.
Rustic beige with rough edges
Finest quality 1/4 " thick
$2.20 sq. ft. sells locally at $3.95 sq. ft.
Call 322-6856 or cell 456-7781



DOUBLE
BEVERAGE
COOLER
FOR SALE

Bareky used.
Serious
inquiries only
1 $2,500.00
call 326-6104

RIB #117
BICHON FRISE FOR SALE
1st shot available on 19th Dec.09
$600.00
Call 364-2710 eve or 557-1336

GERMAN SHEPARD DOG
2 German shepard puppies 7
weeks old
pedegree. Male, female, black in
colour $1000.00 ono
call 465-3121 or 324-1093

“PUPPIES FOR SALE
BICHON FRISE, Scottish Chon
Any other breed
by request.
Scottish/Chon female available.

call 436-7128
or
361-3104

2 YEARS OLD MAL
E SHIT-TUZ FOR SALE
All shots received

Serious inquiries.

Call 376-8344


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EXCLUSIVES
WESTRIDGE! 34,543 sq. ft.

residential lot in well
established area. Graded,
beautifully landscaped and

lake views. Web Ref: 564374.
Price: $332,000

KOOL ACRES! Tastefully
furnished, home built for fun
and family gatherings.
3bd/2.5bt, game room’ with
povl table, an outside bar,
entertainment area, marble
tiled floors & much more. Web
Ref: 564292. Price: $395,000
SANDYPORT! ldyllic,
residential lot with 6,403 SF in
popular gated community with
more than enough room to
build your dream home. Web
Ref: 564416. Price: $450,000 |
SANDYPORT! With 9,662SF
and 206 feet.of canal frontage;
there is ample room to build
the home of your dreams in
the newest section of
Sandyport. Web Ref: 564362.
Price: $500,000 :
CABLE BEACH! Classic
decor and sunny beach views
combine in an ode to tropical
elegance in this immaculate
3bd/3bt condo. Newly
upgraded with hurricane &

impact resistant doors and
windows. Lots ‘of special
features. Web Ref: 564296
Price: $676,500 Also for rent
$5,500 p/m :

BERRY ISLANDS! Custom
designed home built on a

natural ridge set on a 25,500

SF beachfront. 3 well-
appointed bedrooms each with
ensuite baths, lots of
entertaining space.

Spectacular views & move-in
ready. Web Ref: 564054.
Price: US$980,000

FOR SALE
ANDROS! 9.5+ acres on the
quiet and largest island in the
Bahamas. A_ haven’ and
fisherman's delight! Acreage is
close to the waterfront of
Nicholl's Town and has road
access and nearby utilities.
Web ~Ref:' 563510 Price:
$95,000
LYFORD HILLS! New gated
development with single family
and. multi-family lots available.
Will feature a fully appointed
Club House with dining rooms,
tennis courts, bike & jogging
trails and lots of open spaces.

Some-lots feature elevations |

of approx. 60 feet. Buy today.
Web Ref: 563534. Price:
$120,000+
CHARLOTTEVILLE! Build your
dream home on this 7,200SF
lot in highly sought after gated
community - + featuring
clubhouse, pool, tennis courts
& picnic grounds. Web Ref:
563116 Price: $164,500
SIR LYNDEN PINDLING
ESTATES! Clean, comfortable
3bd/2bt home features Tiled
floors with carpet in bedrooms
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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, security bars on all windows,
and efficient kitchen. Sold with
appliances. Web Ref: 564382.
Price: $189,000
WINTON ESTATES!
Spacious plot of land with
31,700 SF off Eastern Road
having views of southeastern
Nassau. Lots of space for your

dream. Web Ref: 564320.
Price: $310,000
WINDSOR ESTATES!

Beautifully maintained home
sits on 20,576 SF on secluded

hilltop. 4bd/5.5bt, 4-vehicle-
carport, 40KW generator,
sprinkler system, hurricane
shutters & pool. Web Ref:

562211. Price: $867,000

FOR RENT
OFF THOMPSON BLVD!
Centrally located 2bd/1bt apt.

in a quiet neighbourhood, tiled.

throughout, security screens
and is located just minutes
from restaurants, schools and
shopping. Web Ref: 564399.
Price: $800 p/m

EASTWOOD ESTATES! Brand
new 1bd/ibt cottage in quiet

neighbourhaod. Tiled
throughout with brand new
appliances = including

washer/dryer. Offered turnkey;
furnished with utilities & basic
cable included. Web_ Ref:
564397. Price: $1,000 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
newly renovated 2bd/2bt
-condo in gated community.
Gorgeous views, large
balcony, tastefully furniture,
remote control a/c _ units,
modern. kitchen with
dishwasher. Must See! Web
Ref: 564346. Price: $2,800
p/m
HIGHLAND PARK! Spread
out in this spacious home
located in well established and
quiet area. 4bd/3bt home
features over 3,000SF of living
space. Amazing kitchen,
spacious bedrooms, recessed
lighting, timbered ceilings &
much more. Partially
furnished. A must see! Web
Ref: 564234. Price: $2,900
p/m
WESTRIDGE! Luxury 3bd/3bt
unit in private gated complex
features one-car garage,
sunken family room, spacious
kitchen with eat-in counter and
centre ‘island. Patio, shared
swimming pool/gazebo_ with
wet bar. Web Ref: 563408.
Price: $3,500 p/m
SANDYPORT! 3bd/3.5bt
townhouse offers open-plan
living areas, sound system,
intercom and much more.
Enjoy the view and breezes
from your back veranda or
.bedroom balconies. Offered
stylishly furnished, fully air
conditioned, is turnkey and
ready for occupancy. Web
Ref: 562345 Price: $5,000
p/m .
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



Our Motto: PUT GOD FIRST
Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter S Hanchell, J.P

Broker/Appraiser

BALMORAL, residential lot in
new exclusive gated community
out west, starting

at $207,000.

CORAL BREEZE, residential
lots $99,000, and duplex lots,
$120,000.

OCEAN CLUB, two siarge
oceanfront lots side by side, 86
million each.
CHARLOTTEVILLE,
lot, $165,000.
SOUTH SEAS, residential lots,
$90,000.

WILTON STREET, near Tops
Lumber, commercial corner lot,
$220,000.

FOX HILL, elevated duplex lot,
50x100, $55,000.

elevated

WESTWINDS, duplex lot in
exclusive gated community,
$135,000.

FOX HILL, large apartment lot
65x200 zoned for 8 unit
apartment, $120,000.
MARSHALL ROAD, duplex lot
70x100, $85,000.

OFF SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD, large triplex lot,
$90,000. }

OFF EAST STREET NORTH,
50 x 100 lot, $56,000.

-2-

ABUNDANT LIFE: ROAD, large

commercial lot running from
street to street, 100x300,
$395,000.

WILTON STREET, commercial
cornet lot 100x124, $220,000.
KILLARNEY SHORES, large
corner lot 108x114, $120,000.

WINTON HEIGHTS, large
corner lot, 120x125, reduced to
$165,000.

BLACK BEARDS TERRACE,

residential lot 100x197,
$200,000.
SANDILANDS VILLAGE

ROAD, 70x120, $95,000.

OFF COWPEN ROAD, ‘multi-
family lot 50x129, $90,000.
WESTWIND, | residential
$110,000.

CORAL LAKES, residential lot,
80x110, $120,000.

SOUTH OCEAN _ ESTATES,
residential lot, $135,000
LYFORD HILLS, residential
lots starting at $124,000.
PINEWOOD GARDENS,
duplex lots starting at, $65,000.
VENICE BAY, canal
100x100, $180,000.
SPRINGFIELD ESTATES, off
Prince Charles residential lots,
$77,000.

VENICE BAY ANNEX, lot with
foundation for 6-unit apartment
was $210,000 reduced _ to
$175,000 for quick sale.

lot,

CAT ISLAND, 20 acres,
$300,000.

MOUNT PLEASANT, large}
multi-family) lot 15,000sq. ft.,

$150,000.

OFF WEST BAY STREET,
near Yuma Estates residential
lot, $90,000. ‘

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Our Motto: PUT GOD FIRST
Tel: 326-8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter S Hanchell, J.P

Broker/Appraiser

SAFFRON _ HILLS, _ hill
residential lot, $165,000.
SPRINGFIELD ROAD, 57x125,
$90,000.

NORTH WESTRIDGE, 6 acres,
$1.75 Million.

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$260,000 or rent $1,400 per
month. Coral Harbour
Townhouse across from beach
2 bed 2.5 bath, fully furnished.
Call: 432-9388

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806

e Yantation Realty,

TEL: 325-7692/3

OFF MARKET STREET
56x100, $45K

PINEWOOD GARDENS
50X100, $60K

OFF PRINCE CHARLES ;
60X100, $77,500

KOOL ACRES
50X100, $65K

OFF JOE FARRINGTON RD
50X100 $75K

KOOL ACRES
100X64, $80K

JOAN’S HEIGHTS
50X150 $75K

OFF COWPEN ROAD
50X100, $80K



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Soe {eh ene tienen
St. Albans Drive of West Bay
St. & near Beach: 2 bed, 1
bath condo $90,000

Off Blue Hill Hill-Top 2 bed, 1
bath Duplex $200,000 Excellent
Buy!

Marshall Rd. 2 bed, 1 bath
duplex $229,000.

Meeting Street: Large 7 bed 3
bath split-level house. Ideal for
office or Bed and
$250,000.

Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed 3
bath house with
Tennis Court on
$463,000.

West Grove: Executive Home
on large lot $575,000

Skyline Lakes: Spacious split
level 3 bed 2.5 bath residence
$475,000. :
Stevenson Subdivision:Great
investment! 2 minutes drive
from P. |. 14, 1. bed 1 bath
furnished units rental income

two Lots

of $115,680. Price @
$1,150,000.
Oakes Field: Commercial

Building 23,700 sq ftwarehouse
and office 1.1 Acre land$1,
500,000.
Lyford Hills Gated, Tennis
court and pool great living
Environment Lots starting @
$117,600.
Summer Haven large lot 70 x
400 $195,000.00
Westwinds Gated Community
Lot $120,000.00
Infant View Road Multifamily
lot 70 x 100 $90,000.00
Serenity-Gated Single & Multi
Family lots starting @ $80,000
Serenity, Estates lots 100 x
304 $250,000.00
Balmoral Gated: W/Clubhouse,
pool, tennis’.court & a great
place to live lots $238,000.00
Destini Lakes .Single & Multi
Family lots starts-@ $135,000
South Seas-Gated Community:
Single & Multi. Family lots
starting @ $83,796
Saffron Hill - Out West Gated
Residential lots Starting @
$175,000, $8,750 down
Indigo - Out West Lot with Sea
View $240,000
Coral Breezes-Gated
Communit Single & Multi
Family lots starts @ $99,000
Jacaranda Gated Community
Single & Multi Family Lots
starts @ $143,000.00
Westridge: Large Multi-Family
Lot $285,000.00
Airport Industrial Park 108 x
200 $220,000. Family Island
Lots
Freeport: Shannon Golf
Course 1/2 acre-lot with 161 ft.
on golf.course, a great buy at
price $65,000.
Eleuthera (Rock Sound) Multi
family lot 84 x 136 $25,000.
RENTALS
West Bay St: comfortable 2
bed, 2.5 bath fully furnished
apartment, with A/C near the
beach, $2,500/ month
Sandford Drive: spacious 3
bed, 2.5 bath apartment with
outdoor parking, security gate,
pool, gym and barbeque pit
$3,600.00 per. month
West Bay St.: 800 sq. ft. Office
space $2,200.00 p. m.
Ph: 328-2001 / 326-4400
Fax: 356-4044

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RE/MAX OCEAN REALTY
BAHAMAS

RESIDENTIAL LOTS WEST
South West Ridge, Lot #9,
100x95, $150,000

High Point Estates Lot #2
Multi-fam, 8,135 s/f, $125,000

West Winds Lot #327 multi-
fam, 1,600 sq.ft, $140,000

RESIDENTIAL LOTS - EAST

Sea Breeze Subdivision, Lot
17, block 17, 10,000 sf,
$165,000.

Dodge Road, Camperdown,

multi-family, 11,205 s/f,
$176,000.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
Palmdale - Montgomery

Street 8,578 s/f, $310,000

Airport Industrial Park Lot,
20,691 s/f, $300,000

Adelaide Road,
$1.2 million

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
The Pond Wash #1 Office &

Laundromat, Alice/York Sts,
$300,000 -

1.86 acres,

Nassau Street building,
15,000 s/f, $1.4 million

Park, 12

Airport Industrial
6,653 s/f,

executive offices,
$1,800,000

HOMES - WEST
Bel Air Estates, 5bed/4bth,
3,304-s/f, $299,000

Vizcaya North Westridge
Condo, 2bed/2th, $269,900

Highland Park, Sandford Dr,
S3bed/3bth, ° 12,000 s/f,
$395,0000

HOMES - EST

Kool Acres, 3bed/2.5th, 2,200
s/f, $395,000

Treasure Cove, 3bed/2bath,
1,585 s/f, $395,000

Winton Meadows, 4bd/2.5th,
2,500 s/f, $295,000

Little Blair Estates, Sbed/2bth,
$370,000

Gleniston Gardens, Taylor St
2bed/2.5bth, furnished,
$330,000

Call Ruby-Lee at
Re/Max Ocean Realty:
327-4271, or 565-4512
THE TRIBUNE

:P
Tel: 326- 8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter ’s Hanchell, J.P
Broker/Appraiser

OFF CARMICHAEL RD.,
spacious 2 storey semi-
furnished 4 bed 3 bath house
. with swimming - pool and
attached duplex and_ two
adjacent lots totaling 13,000 sq.
ft. appraisal at 1 million asking
price, $625,000.

YELLOW ELDER, 3 bed 1 bath
house under renovations with
an efficiency and stove, as is,
$130,000 or $139,000 with
completed renovations.
HIGHLAND PARK, spacious
furnished 3 bed 3 bath house,
open kitchen, wooden ceiling,

central air. electric gate,
$450,000.
GLENISTON GARDENS, large

4 bed 3 bath house on large
progeny fully - enclosed,
$310

OAKES FIELD, brand new 2
storey 4 unit hilltop apartment,
central air and fully enclosed,
$365,000.

EAST STREET NORTH, 2
storey commercial building near
Wulff Road, $350,000. .
OFF MARKET STREET
NORTH, brand new 2 bed 2
bath, was $140,000 reduced to

$127,000.
J.F.K. DRIVE, fully rented 7-
unit apartment building,
$695,000
SOLDIER ROAD, large 2
storey -commercial — building,

ideal for church $450,000

OFF BLUE HILL RD., 4 unit
apt. (2) 2 bed 1 bath (2) 1 bed 1
bath 4 years old, 250,000.
OFF WEST BAY STREET,
Investor's dream, 24 unit
apartment complex containing
(8) townhouses and (16) 2 bed
units reduced from $2.5 million
to $2 million.

OFF SOLDIER ROAD, well
maintained duplex 2 bed 1 bath
with laundry room, a deal at
$165,000.

CORAL VISTA, spacious
luxury house, central air,
spacious kitchen, $585,000.

FAITH AVENUE, 2 bed 1_ bath
townhouse, $180,000.

_. MACKEY STREET, large
warehouse on_- corner lot,
$600,000.

ST. ALBANS DRIVE, 1 bed 1
bath condo, $95,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
spacious 3 bed, 2 bath house,
central air, large property,
$250,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
triplex building, each unit-2 bed
1 Bath, $275,000.

PINEWOOD, 2 storey 4 bed 3
bath house sfully “enclosed,
$196,000.

LINCOLN BLVD. large duplex,

needs some repairs, $135,000.
OFF PRINCE HARLE
DRIVE, near City Market,
attractive 4 unit apartment

complex, $375,000.
KOOL ACRES, incomplete 8
unit apartment complex on lot
74 x 150, $250,000.

TUESDAY, DECEMEBER 29, 2009,PAGE 23



LIGHTHOUSE TF
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Lighthouse Realty &
Investments
Telephone: 341-391 1/
465-8344

Rentals_

Off Rocky
Bedrooms 2 Baths, Fridge,
Stove, Washer &Dryer,
Enclosed Yard, Security Bars
and Alarm System- $1,200.00

Pine Road 3

monthly

Cable Beach 3 Bedrooms 2
Baths, Fully Furnished,
enclosed yard - $1,700.00
monthly

_Multi- Family Lots

Marshall Road Waterfront
76x260 - $170,000.00 O.N.O
Lumbago- Drive 80x125~ -

$90,000.00 O.N.O

Off Malcolm Road Duplex Lot
61.89 x 85 - $60,000.00

Off Carmichael Road Duplex
Lot 53 x 104 - $72,000.00
Unison Road Fourplex Lot 50 x
154 - $130,000.00 O.N.O
Cable Beach 9332 sq
$200,000.00 O.N.O

Coral Lakes Fourplex Lot 88.93
x 130 on the Lake -
$140,000.00

Off Rocky Pine Road 7695 sq ft
- $110,000.00

Off Rocky Pine Road 9283 sq ft
- $125,000.00

Hamster Road 50 x 200 -
$150,000.00

ft. 5

Commercial Lots ~.
Carmichael Road 80 x 180 -
$850,000.00
Bernard Road
$350,000.00
Marshall Road 3.43 Acres -
$495,000.00

Residential Lots

Coral Heights East 80 x 110 -
$115,000.00

Colony Village East 70 x 110 -
$110,000.00

Laura Hill, East of Treasure
Cove 80 x 120 - $1 16,000.00
Laura Hill, East of Treasure
Cove 9213 sc ft - $112,500.00
Indigo Gated Community 60 x

1.76 Acres -

120 with Ocean View
$225,000.00

Coral Lakes 90 x 100 -
$145,000.00

Houses

Sandyport King Fisher Island -
Two Storey, 5 Bedrooms 3.5
Bathrooms, Indoor Swimming
Pool, Hot Tub, Private Dock,
Granite Countertops, Wood
Kitchen Cabinets, Stainless
Steel Appliances - 1.8 Million
Cockburn Street - 3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom house, on a multi-
family lot im cul-de-sac -
$145,000.00 O.N.O.
Constitution iDrive - 3
Bedrooms, 2: Bathrooms on
hilltop 100 x ‘160 property -
$240,000.00 O.N.O.

LIGHEPTtOUSE RENTS
XINVEST MENTS

Lighthouse Realty &
Investments
Telephone: 341-3911/
465-8344
Duplex Apartment,
Yamacraw Close - 2
Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms and 2
Bedrooms 1Bathroom, Central
Air, Wood Floors, Enclosed
Yard, 1700sq ft, property
75x100 - $295,000.00 O.N.O.

Condos/Townhouses

Venice Bay - Two. Storey
Townhouse with 2 Bedrooms,
2.5 Baths, Wood Kitchen

Cabinets with Granite Counter
Tops Wooden Deck and Private
Backyard with Appliances -
$220,000.00

Westridge - 3 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms’ with appliances,
washer and dryer -
$650,000.00

High Point Estates - 3
Bedrooms 2.5 Bathrooms,
Granite | countertops, Wood

Kitchen Cabinets, Wood floors,
Central Air, Paitap. Lakeview -
$350,000.00 O.N.O.

Westwind - 2 Bedrooms 2.5
Bathrooms, Granite
Countertops, Wood Cabinets,
Central air, Wood floors, Walk-
in Closets, Enclosed Yard -
$285,000.00 Under
Construction

Coral Harbour - 2: Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms, Granite
Countertops, Wood Cabinets,
Stainless Steel Fridge, Stove,
Dishwasher, Microwave,
Hurricane Impact Windows -
$225,000.00

Cable Beach Villas- 1-Bedroom
1 Bathroom, Fully Furnished,
Jacuzzi Tub, Pool, Private
Patio, Air-conditioned, Security
Alarm System, and Recessed
Lighting - $156,000.00 / Lease
to Own at $1,000.00 monthly

Commercial Building

Faith Avenue - Restaurant with
equipment, furniture and

attached Duplex - $640,000.00

O.N.O. / Lease at $2,500.00
monthly
Carmichael Road Two Storey
Building with a Store and
Apartments - $670,000.00
Turks Caicos- Bottle Creek
North- 1.39 Acres -
$105,000.00
Family Islands
Exhume 2 lots 80 x125 Hilltop
with Sea Views - $45,000.00
each
Freeport. Apartment Complex
32 -One Bedroom Units 4 -Two
Bedrooms Units on 1 acre
property - $2.2 million O.N.O.
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
$65, 000.00/ 2 Bedrooms 1
Bathroom $80,000.00
Freeport Balusa Park - 5 Multi-
family Lots - $17,000.00 each

BAHAMAS

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com

Rentals
Off Charles Saunders Hghy: 1
Bed, 1 Bath fully furn with a/c

$550 p/m

Sheerwood Drive: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath Townhome. Semi Furn.
Ctyard $999 p/m

Cable Beach: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Condo. Furn. w/parking, a/c
$1,000 p/m

Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath. Fully Furn. $1,300 p/m
East St. South: Shop or Office
Brand New 1,000 sq_ ft
w/parking. $1,500 p/m

Seaview Drive: 2 Bed, 2 Bath.
Furnished w/ generator $1,600
p/m

Westward Villas: 2 Bed, 1
Bath. Fully Furnished $1, 800

p/m

Coral Harbor: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath.
Fully Furnished w/pool & canal
$1,800 p/m

Delaporte Condo: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. Furn, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200 p/m
Cable Beach: 2Bed, 2Bath.
Gated, Furn. a/c, near beach
$2,300 p/m

Cable Beach: 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath.

With . office, Fully Furnished
2,500 p/m
Paradise Island: 2 Bed, 2.5

Bath. Pool. $2,600 p/m
Treasure Cove: 3 Bed, 2.5
Bath. Full Furn, Pool, a/c
Gazebo A/C $2,800 p/m

Vista Bella:
Furn.,. full ocean view w/pool,
a/c $3,000 p/m

Delaporte Point: Townhome, 3
bed 2.5 bath, furn, oceanfront,
gated, pools, beach $3,000 p/m
Westward Villas: 4 Bed, 3.5

Bath House. Fully Furnished
4,000 p/m

Sandyport: 4 Bed, 3.5 Bath.
w/dock slip. Kids Allowed
$5,000 p/m

Love Beach Walk: 3 Bed, 3.5
bath, Penthouse oceanfront,

gated. $5,000 p/m

Sales -
Residential/Commercial
Cable Beach Villas: 1 Bed, 1
Bath Fully Furn. With pool &

balcony $130,000

Off Carmichael Rd: 2 Bed, 1
Bath Home on 7,000 sq ft.
property $160,000

Off West Bay: 3 Bed, 1.5 Bath
Condo. Semi Furnished. Great
Buy $165,000
Pinewood Gardens:
Sbdrm, — 2bth: w/3-1°
Burglar Bars $170,000
Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo. Pool: A/C 3 min to
beach $200,000_
Westridge: 2! Bed,'!2 Bath Apt,
Semi-furn. A/C. Pool, Tennis
Court. $229,000.

Paradise Island: “1 Bed, 1
Bath. Pool. ' $229,000. Near
Atlantis Hotel:

Triplex.
bdrms.

2 Bed, 2 Bath

BAHAMAS

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
» Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com

www.RTBahamas.com

Resario West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome w/pool, landscaped.
$239,000
Faith Avenue South: Brand
New Duplex. 62 x . 100.

Reduced Price $250,000

St. Vincent Rd: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Home. Brand New w/yard.
$258,000

Sandford Drive (West): 3 Bed
2.5. Bath Condo w/ a/c, pool,
bar and Indscped $285,000 -
Coral Harbor: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome. Must See
$285,000

Sandford Drive (West): 2 Bed,
2.5 Bath Townhome a/c, gated,
pool $300,000

Cable Beach: Luxor Condo 2
Bed, 1 Bath. Furn a/c Gated,
pool. $305,000

Off Charles Saunders Hgwy:
Four-plex w/ a/c crtyrd & gym.
$343,000 .

Southern Breeze: Triplex Bldg.
A/C, 8,100 sq ft. Lot. $350,000
Clearview: 5 Bed, 3.5 Bath.
Large yard & home w/views

$425,000
Coral Vista East: Brand new
home, two story, open floor

plan, double car garage 5 Bed,
2.5 Bath. $575,0

Off Robinson Rd: “Commercial
Bldg 4,000 sq ft, split level w/
central air, burglar bars, water
incl. and parking. $580,000

Lots

Nassau Village: oe Lot 75
x 75 for steal. $65,0

Victoria Gardens: ‘Duplex Lot
60 x 100 Great Deal! $77,000
Smithsville Subdivision
(east): Duplex Corner Lot 60 x
100 $83,000. DEAL
Pinewood Gardens: Multi-
family 2 Corner Lots $88,000
Each

*Deal!! Sandilands’ Village
(east): 60 x 120. Triplex Lot. 1
left $86,000

Via Della Rosa: Triplex Lots
starting from $99,000. Act Fast
Off Carmichael Rd: Triplex lot.
63 x 122. $100,000

Chazon Estates: 24 hr. Sec.
Gated Community. Lots 60 x
100. $105,000

John Claridge Estates New
on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x
111. $115,000

Off Carmichael Rd: Fourplex
lot. 10,140 sq ft. $125,000
West Grove ee eS: 84. x
110 - 9,000 plus sq ft. $205,000
South Westridge: 36,000 sq ft
lot. Hilltop w/ views. $320,000
Coral Harbor Roundabout: 4
lots - a0) page sq ft. Commercial.
$304,0)

Lyford (cay: -5 Acre. $610,000
Coral Harbor Roundabout:
4.72 Acres, 900 ft on the road,
$4,000,000

.| The Balmoral:

PAT STRACHAN
Really Fales
HOMESITES
Coral Harbour: Canal
80x110 from $225,000.00





Lots

Coral Breeze Estates: 75x100
- $99,000.00

Venice Bay: 100x100 -

$120,000.00

Lyford Hills:. 8,900sq.ft.
$125,000.00

Serenity: 65x100 - $80,000.00

from

South Seas: Homesites from
$94,000.00

Saffron Hiils, West Bay St.:
Homesites from $175,000.00
from

Paim Cay: Homesites

$195,000.00

Homesites from
$198,000.00 ‘

APARTMENT SITES .-
South Beach. Estates West
60x110 - $85,000.00

Coral Breeze Estates: 75x100
- $120,000.00

South Seas:
$120,000.00

Off Faith Ave. South-Drawings
included 50x139 - $115,000.00
- Owner financing available
$5,750 down

50 x 151 - $125,000.00 - Owner
financing available $6,750
down

COMMERCIAL SITES
Palm Beach Street: 30x100 -
$45,000.00 - Neg.

East St: and Palmetto Ave.
(Next to Kelly's Lumber) 37x72
- $42,000.00 - Neg.

HOMES
Yamacraw Beach Estates
3 bed, 2.5 bath, two-car garage
- $450,000.00

Apt. sites from

Coral Vista: Incomplete 3 bed,
2 .5 bath - $145,000.00

South Ocean Village: 3 bed,
2.5 bath near to Albany -
$550,000.00

Sandyport-Kingfisher Island
5 bed, 3 .5 bath-$1,675,000.00

: TOWNHOMES

The Balmoral on. Sandford
Drive: 2 bed, 2.5 bath units
from $350,000.00

Sandford Drive: 2 bed, 2.5
bath - $285,000.00

Westward Villas:
bath - $285,000.00

APARTMENTS
Off Cowpen Road: (3) 1 bed, 1
bath and (1) 2 bed, 2 bath’ -
$375,000.00
For more info P
Tel: 323-1983 or 424-8028

2 bed, 2.5


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FOR SALE

TREASURE COVE Lot‘on the

ocean, $200,000.
WEST WINDS Lot $145,000.
WESTRIDGE Lot $430,000. "

MARKET. STREET Lot,
$150,000: . :

. Telephone 364-4075

DUPLEX FOR SALE
$176,000.00 Southern District.
Tel: 328-3757, 393-4697
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eee home in great neighbourhood.
LOTS/ACREAGE MUST SEE. $585,000.00 Web
Long Island: Ocean and | Ref: 33509
Lakeviews 0.5 acre lots.

Starting at $33,700 SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:

Blake Rd: Prime acreage near| 2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated
high-end developments $3.2M_— | Community. Great kitchen,
Old Forte: Very secluded | washer & dryer. 3 community
Triplex lot. $190,000 swimming pools and enclosed
Coral Harbour: 2.3 acres. | children’s playground. MUST
Perfect subdivision/condo | SEE. $340,000.00 Web Ref:
development. $1,950,000 28909

West Winds: Large s/f corner

lot. $118,000 HIGH POINT MANORS:

Charlotteville: Large corner s/f
lot w/many amenities. $155,000
Lyford Cay: 4 s/f lots & cottage
packages w/ beach

Spacious 3 bed 2.5 bath home
in Gated Community. New
construction. Granite kitchen
counter tops, custom built. Oak

access.$1.5M/$2.5M cabinets. | $269,000.00 Web
Lake Cunningham: 100'x120' | Ref: 33709

s/f lot. Gated at $240,000 :

Saffron Hill: S/F lots starting at LOTS

$175,000 w/ $10K off. SAFFRON HILL: Single and
Serenity: Affordable s/f lots} Multifamily lots starting at

starting at $80,000 - duplex lots

175,000.00 Web Ref: 17808
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spacious w/amenities. ono, make an offer NOW
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consisting of 2 incomplete | QCEANVIEW LOT — WEST:
buildings in a prime area.| Great single family lot. 60” x
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Stapledon Gardens: Exclusive
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duplex w/ approved plans for a
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with pool and tennis court on
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new triplex building. -$460,000 e 14,279 sq. ft. lot with
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428,000 .

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attached. $295,000 ;
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Shirley St: ideal office space in
avery high traffic area. $3,800
p/m ee
Coral Vista: 1bed 1bath apt. |
water & cable included. $1,000.
m
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townhouse. $1,700 p/m.
Treasure Cove: S3bed 2bath
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CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
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SANDYPORT ISLAND
COTTAGE FOR SALE
Beautiful home on canal,
4 bed, 3 baths;
private dock, beach, carport,
central a/c & more.
Reduced.to $769,000.

Call 427-3588. ~

FOR SALE
Commercial: building, single
storey structure. Located
Cordeaux Avenue - store/office
space situated at the front
one bedroom apartment/office,
at. the side, fully: secured,
central a/c equipped: . Selling
price $165,000. Tel 436-5651.

FOR SALE
Hilltop lot in Westridge
1.014 Acres. Residential
Net Price $325,000
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THE TRIBUNE

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Owner
" Who’s leaving the island.
Located in Coral Lakes, nice
neighborhood, 110x 80,
$125,000 negotiable.
Call'328-8857/434-0013

PROPERTY
SALE BY SNNER
50x12
Blueberry atin Fox Hill
68, 000

Ss
Tel:327-4291 , 535-7641
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