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Police question
man over alleged
attacks on girls

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
-Fribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

A TEACHER was taken into
police custody yesterday on
Eleuthera for allegedly inde-
cently assaulting young girls at
Governor’s Harbour High
School.

According to reports, the
teacher, who has been on
Eleuthera for less than a year,
was alleged to have “fondled” a
number of female students dur-
ing his short stint there.

The teacher, who is in his ear-
ly 40s, is being held at Gover-
nor’s Harbour Police Station
where he was awaiting the
arrival of his attorney, Ramona
Farqharson.

The Ministry of Education’s

Sexual-Complaints Unit has —
been in Eleuthera for the past
few. days investigating a number °

of reports on the island.

These latest child abuse alle-
gations emerged weeks after the
Ministry of Education moved
several principals in the
Eleuthera school district in the
wake of their investigations into
widespread allegations of sexual
molestation of children by adults
on the island.

The administrators were not

accused of having perpetrated
the abuse, but it is understood
their transfer was necessitated
by the decision to send the Dis-

trict Superintendent, Rudolph
Smith, on extended leave after
he was alleged to have fallen
down in his duties as child sex
allegations emerged. .

Taking little for granted, the
Ministry of Education has taken
a proactive approach to handling
situations suck as this and has
moved its responses into high
gear to protect children through-
out the country.

An official in New Provi-

dence, who spoke on the condi-
tion of anonymity, said the Min-
istry is now doing its best to send
a strong message that such
behaviour will not be taken light-
ly and that the protection of chil-
dren is of “great importance.”
Having found that preliminary
investigations in Eleuthera
revealed a "Pandora's box" of
molestation claims, and in light
of previous controversies involy-

ing alleged abuse in the Eight

Mile Rock high school in Grand
Bahama — where teachers,
administrators, parents and oth-
ers were said to have missed

opportunities to act on allega- .
tions made — the Ministry has’

now gone into high gear to iden-
tify and act upon any potentially
explosive situations that: might
escalate to the detriment of stu-
denits.

On Thursday, The Tribune

reported how a relative of one of

SEE page 13

Call for independent review of public
Officials’ financial disclosures

By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

POLITICAL veteran Philip Galanos is calling for'financial dis-

closures from public officials be subject to independent review by reg- -

istered accountants.

‘Mr Galanos said some public officials publish inflated figures, not
always because they lack integrity, but sometimes because they do
not understand what is being asked of them.

‘And he suggested an independant review would add another
level of accountability to the process.

“There is no reference to independent review or any kind of
affirmation that the information is accurate. The same standard

applied to banks, trusts and insurance companies should be applied.

to public officials,” said Mr Galanos:

These private bodies are required to present audited financial
statements to the government annually. Mr Galanos believe this stan-
dard would ensure the statements from public officials are “credible,

reliable and properly prepared”.

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By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net





THE Bahamas’ ship registry
was down-graded to fourth
place this month by an inter-
national research company.

The Bahamas previously
held the prized title of third
largest ship registry in the
world, lining up behind Panama
and Liberia, and ahead of Mar-
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TREE ey ship registry is
down-graded to fourth place

According to Clarkson
Research Services, the Marshall
Islands Registry is now the
world’s third largest open reg-
istry, with 50.7 million gross
tonnage, in comparison to the
49.6 million gross tonnage they
have recorded for the
Bahamas. These statistics were
published in Clarkson’s month-
ly magazine, The World Fleet
Monitor.

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Claims that officers
terrorised innocent
family investigated

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~ POLICE chiefs are investigating claims that officers ter-
rorised an.innocent family after storming a house in which
_ two elderly sisters were entertaining relatives.
Heavily-armed CDU and SWAT officers are said to have
swarmed the property “Rambo-style”, ordering family mem- °

bers to lie on the floor head to toe. It is said they failed to
identify themselves or explain their purpose, failed to pro-
duced a warrant, then left without arresting anyone. _
The nephew of the elderly women, who wished to remain
anonymous, says he has written-two letters of complaint to

SEE page 13



‘Two officers.
charged in
-connection
with death
face June trial

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

TWO police officers charged
_ in connection with the death of a
father-of-six will stand trial in
June.

Desmond Key, 28, died in
hospital on January 19, 2008,
‘from injuries claimed to have
been suffered ‘during an alleged
beating at the Grove Police Sta-
. tion on June 17, 2007.

He had spent several months
in a coma at the Princess Mar-
garet and Jackson Memorial
hospitals.

Mr Key had shored been
arrested on a traffic violation
and was in a holding cell at the
station at the time of the alleged
attack.

Cpl Donovan Gardiner and
Constable Tavares Bowleg, who
were arraigned on manslaugh-
_ ter charges in the Supreme

Court in June 2008 and are on
bail, appeared before Justice
Vera Watkins yesterday for a~
date to be set for a hearing. Gar-
diner is charged with manslaugh-
ter and Bowleg faces an abet-
ment charge.

The date of June 21 was set
for the commencement of the
trial. Lennox Coleby and
Stephanie Pintard are prosecut-
ing the case. Attorney Wayne
Munroe, who represents officer
. Gardiner, also held a brief yes-
terday for Bowleg’s attorney
Willie Moss.

Attorney Godfrey “Pro” Pin-

SEE page 13

Death row inmate
‘has not filed appeal’

AS OF late yesterday, the Court of Appeal had no record of an
appeal from death row inmate Godfrey Sawyer to overturn his
death sentence, The Tribune was told. .

A clerk in the Court of Appeal's Registry department said
according to their records, Sawyer had not yet filed an appeal on
his death sentence.

However his former attorney, Gina Morley, told The Tribune
that she received information that Sawyer had an appeal pending
before the appellate court.

On Thursday, the Ministry of National Security confirmed that
the Prerogative Board of Mercy met and determined that Sawyer's
case did not merit leniency and found that law should take its

SEE page 13







PAGE 2, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010

THE TRIBUNE



Sands hits back over NHI position

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

DR DUANE Sands said

his conviction to enter the
political arena has only been
strengthened by his “personal
disappointment” with the way
the PLP have “distorted” his
recorded position on Nation-
al Health Insurance.

The surgeon and FNM
candidate characterised the
PLP’s statements suggesting
that he is “against NHI” as
akin to a smear campaign
against his character.

“Y’m particularly disap-
pointed with some of the peo-
ple involved in the activity —
some of the most vocal know
better. They know exactly
what my position was because
I talked with them personally
in 2006/2007,” said Dr Sands.

However, the 47-year-old
said his frustration with the
opposition only helped to
solidify his resolve that enter-

ing politics “is something that

is worth doing.”

He said: “Honesty and
integrity in public life are crit-
ical to a strong democracy.
Now more than ever, I can

see why this is something that .

I have to do and it also helps
me understand that this par-
ticular opposition is not real-
ly interested in the good of

the people, what they are

interested in is regaining pow-
er at all costs even if it means
taking liberties with the
truth.” .

In, the run-up to Tuesday’s
by-election, members of the
PLP have characterised the
FNM candidate as “one of the
loudest detractors” of Nation-
al Health Insurance.

Former PLP minister of
health Dr Bernard Nottage,



MP for Bain and Grants

Town, said his “impression
was that (Dr Sands) did not
support NHI (or) universal
healthcare.”

PLP MP for Fox Hill Fred
Mitchell told a rally crowd on
Thursday: “You and I all
heard (Dr’Sands) oppose
National Health Insurance.

_ He was on the radio and on
‘the television. We all saw him

leading the fight to stop you
from getting National Health
Insurance.”

In 2006 and early 2007 Dr
Sands, as president of the
Bahamas Medical Association

-and a prominent physician,

made numerous presentations
laying out his personal posi-

‘tion on NHI, as well as the

BMA’s.
. It-was made clear in these

_ presentations, such as one to .

the Rotary Clubs of Nassau
in April 2006, entitled
“National Health Insurance:
More thoughtful dialogue”,

. that Dr Sands was not laying
out an argument against the

principle that.Bahamians are
entitled to wider access to bet-
ter healthcare. Rather, he
arguéd that he and other doc-
tors — on whom the system
would rely to a great extent —
feared that the PLP’s particu-
lar NHI plan would “make
the situation even worse even
as we strive to make it, bet-
ter.”

He suggested that evidence

indicated the plan would fail
to be self-sustaining, and that
the views of the medical com-
munity were not properly tak-
en into consideration.

And he charged that. the
physical infrastructure in the
public health system as well
as staffing levels would have
to be seriously upgraded

before the NHI plan could be

implemented successfully.

Dr Sands said in ‘his
address to Rotary: “The doc-
tors are not opposed to
National Health Insurance . .:
. The goals of the Blue Rib-
bon Commission and the
National Health Insurance
plan are admirable and uni-
versally held.”

He said the “greatest
tragedy” in the political
debate on NHI at that time
was the “spin” being applied
to the issue “in order to sell”
the idea.

“Bahamians are led to
believe that their public
healthcare system can deliver
what the public demands
even when it is under-fund-
ed and under-equipped to
deliver,” Dr pands said in
2006.

Yesterday, he dgsised the
PLP of distorting the facts to

get voters to believe “Dr |

Sands is someone he is not.”

The candidate said he has
sought to avoid “gutter poli-
tics” during the campaign and
feels that, unlike the opposi-

tion, the FNM has not “taken:

liberties with the truth.”

Called for comment on Dr
Sand’s statements, PLP chair-
man Bradley Roberts said he
“needn’t say more” than to
ask: “If Dr Sands says he sup-
ports NHI... his party has
been back in power now
almost three years and what
have they done?”

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FNM by-election candidate
Dr Duane Sands’ refusal to
take part, in Tuesday’s live
debate was an “absolute
insult” to the voters of Eliza-
beth, according to one of his
competitors.

Dr Andre Rollins, the
fledgling NDP’s candidate,
said Dr Sands’ absence from
the debate broadcast on JCN
TV, spoke volumes about the
governing party.

Dr Rollins insisted that
political. debates “must
become a fixture in our
nation’s new political culture”
and said Dr Sands has effec-

‘tively demonstrated that he
is not interested in being part.

of this culture. ©
He said: “The-sad ironic

reality is that a political party °

known as the Free National
Movement is today more
known for handcuffing its
members of parliament, who
cannot do anything without
the consent of their party

leader, even if it is participat- .

ing in a debate that used the

airways to deepen democracy .

by providing a transparent
forum for the candidates to

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be held accountable for their
views and plans for the con-
stituency of Elizabeth.”

. Dr Rollins claimed the —
FNM denied its candidate

“the right to demonstrate his
political readiness” and
accused the party of being
afraid Dr Sands’ performance
would damage their cam-
paign. “It is also proved that

the FNM is not nearly as com-
mitted to deepening democ-
racy, through accountability
and transparency, as they
have claimed,” he added.

He also suggested that Dr

.Sands squandered an oppor-
. tunity to display his strength

to,the voters of Elizabeth, as

- he camevacross as being too

weak to convince his party to
respect “‘a candidate’s respon-

' sibility to freely engage his

political opponents in a
debate on the issues.”

“Dr Sands missed a major
opportunity to show that he is
the kind of transformative
politician our country des-
perately needs. No party can-
didate should get a free pass
when it comes to earning the
right to represent a con-
stituency.

“Tam hopeful that the vot- °
ers in this by-election would

. see fit to express their dis-

pleasure with Dr Sands’ deci-
sion not to participate in the
debate, by in turn not voting
for Dr Sands in the upcom-
ing by-election,” Dr Rollins
said. “Should Dr Sands lose, it
would ensure that never again
will a serious candidate
choose not to take part in a
major election debate.”

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Govt High School

student stabbed
in argument

A GOVERNMENT
High School student
was in serious condi-
tion in hospital yester-
day after being
stabbed in the
abdomen during an
argument with another
student from his
school.

The attack was the
second stabbing of a
student in a week.

A CR Walker stu-
dent was rushed to
hospital on Monday
having suffered a stab
wound. Another stu-
dent was taken into
custody for question-
ing in connection with
that incident. :

According to police,
the latest attack took
place at around
1.30pm on Thursday in
the area of the Baillou
Hill Road and Inde-
pendence Highway
roundabout. et

“The injured studen
was taken to hospital
by emergency medical
services personnel
where he is listed in
serious condition,”
said a statement from
police yesterday.

Around an hour and
a half after the Thurs-
day student stabbing,
police responded to
another on Gladstone
Road.

A man was reported- ;
ly stabbed in the lower
back after getting into, :
an argument with a
group of men in the
Doris Johnson Estates
area at around 3pm.. -

~The victim is also in
serious condition in
hospital, after being
transported there by
emergency medical
services personnel.
_ Police are investigat-
ing both incidents. -





By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

THE Free National Move-
ment's candidate for the Eliza-
beth by-election hit back at crit-
icisms that he did not thor-
oughly disclose his finances in
line with Constitutional require-
ments. ;

Yesterday Dr Duane Sands
dismissed the claims by political
opponent Rodney Moncur as
"laughable" while explaining
that he has a small amount of
shares in a company called
Radiation Oncology Limited
and no influence on decision
making.

"I don't have any: govern-
ment contracts," Dr Sands said
when contacted for comment,
adding that he also owns stock
in Doctor's Hospital. "I like
hundreds of shareholders have

_ asmall amount, $50,000 warth,

of stock in a multi-million dollar
company, no different than oth-
er publicly traded stock.” .

In the disclosure of assets of

all candidates publicised in the -

Government Notice of Nomi-
nation gazetted on February 1,
Dr Sands revealed that he
"owns shares in a medical com-
pany which has a contract with
the Bahamas government to
provide cancer treatment ser-
vices".

He said yesterday: "The fact
that that company, which is a
huge company, has a contract



with the government was some-

thing I felt for. transparency

purposes I ought to disclose".
He stressed that he has no ©

directoral role or policy influ-
ence in the company.

"If tomorrow that company
got involved in another con-
tract with another vendor it
would happen totally indepen-
dent of Duane Sands," he said.

Dr Sands, a respected heart
specialist, recently came under

heavy fire from Workers' Party ,

leader Rodney Moncur over his
assets and liability disclosure,
which was published in a
national gazette on February 1.

Earlier this week, Mr Mon-
cur argued that Dr Sands' dis-
closure of assets did not reveal
the complete picture of his
involvement with the compa-
ny.
Mr Moncur found fault with
Dr Sands for not revealing how
many shares he has in the com-
pany, the value of these shares,
and the name of the company
in question.

The political hopeful claimed
this would be grounds for Dr
Sands to be disqualified based
on Constitutional rules for per-

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sons wishing to be elected to
the House of Assembly.

Mr Moncur's argument
hinges on Article 48.1(J) of the
Constitution, which states: "No
person shall be qualified to be
elected as a member of the
House of Assembly who is
interested in any government
contract and has not disclosed

the nature of such contract and _
of his interest therein by pub-

lishing a notice in the Gazette

_ within one month before the

day of election."

Mr Moncur feels that Dr
Sands' lack of specificity should
be grounds for disqualification.

Yesterday, Dr Sands said
that he was not required to
delve into specifics during his
financial disclosure.

"To now hear that somehow

this is a constitutional issue...is |;

laughable at best.

“There was no. requirement .

to disclose where I have invest-
ed and to break down each
component of that investment
portfolio," he said, adding that
he revealed what he thought
was "appropriate".

He added: "Our constitution
is a sacred document and the
basis of our democracy. (It is)
not something to be toyed with.
I take exception of course to
the allegations laid against me
partly because they are thor-
oughly unfounded and I think
they are so absurd that they

should just be simply dis- .
"missed". i:

Man charged in connection with drug seizure

A 42-YEAR-OLD Long Island man charged
in the seizure of more than $600,000 worth of
marijuana on a cay in the Exumas last November
was arraigned in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday.

Haywood Virgill Cartwright, of Hard Bargain,
Long Island, was arraigned before Magistrate

Carolita Bethel] in Court 8, Bank Lane, on °

charges of possession of marijuana with the intent
to import, supply, as well as conspiring to possess
20 bales of marijuana.

Cartwright is charged along with Andre Kiki-

: varakas, 35, who was arraigned on the charges last

year.
The drugs, which were reported to weigh 711
pounds and have a street value of $638,000, were
_ seized on Little Cistern Cay on November 9.
Cartwright pleaded not guilty to the charges.
He was remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison.
He is expected back in court on February 18
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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE Seeds!

THE TRIBUNE



The Tribune Limited

NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

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

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

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Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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2009 tops ‘Decade of Death’ for journalists

A TOTAL of 110 journalists were killed
because of their work in 2009, making last
year the most lethal in the past decade for
journalists, the International Press Institute
(IPI) revealed on Thursday, with the release

. of its World Press Freedom Review 2009 —
Focus on the Middle East and North Africa.

, . The second-highest figure for the decade
was 100, in 2006, during which 46 journalists
were killed in Iraq, at the height of violence
that engulfed the country following the 2003
invasion.
"World Press Freedom Review Managing
Editor Anthony: Mills said: “This decade is

unlike any other, because, in conflict countries _

such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and Pak-
istan, it has seen the deliberate targeting of
journalists. Such a departure has changed the
face of conflict reporting, leading to less cov-
erage and therefore a worrying vacuum in
the understanding of these complex events.”

Of the 735 journalists killed worldwide
because of their jobs in the past decade, 170
were killed in Iraq, making it the most dan-
gerous country in the world for journalists
in the last 10 years.

The Philippines was the second most-dan-
gerous country for journalists this decade,
with 93 killed there between 2000 and 2009 —
32 of them in,a November 23, 2009 massacre

of reporters accompanying family members of ©

a gubernatorial candidate on a trip to an elec-

tion. office. A total of 38 journalists were .

killed in the Philippines in 2009.

The third most dangerous country in the
world for journalists this decade was Colom-
bia, where 58 journalists were murdered over

the last 10 years, many of them. victims of ©

violence between government forces, out-

* lawed armed groups and drug cartels. A total
of six journalists were killed in the country in
2009.

Mexico — where drug cartels are involved in
a violent standoff with the security forces —
ranks behind Colombia as the fourth most
dangerous country for journalists over the

last 10 years, with 38 killed. A total.of 11

_-weré murdered in 2009. Russia lies in fifth
- position, with 35 journalists murdered

between 2000 and 2009 - five of them this

year. . ,

Asia was the most dangerous region of
the world for journalists this decade, with
238 journalists, or 33 per cent of all the

- decade’s victims, murdered there. A total of
31 journalists were killed in Pakistan this

decade, eight of them in 2009, making this —

year the most lethal for journalists there in the
last 10 years — due to a violent standoff
between the Pakistan army and Pakistan Tal-
iban militants.

The second most lethal region for jour-

. nalists this decade was the Middle East and .

North Africa. A total of 202 journalists were
killed there this decade — 27 per cent of the
. global total for 2000 to 2009.

The Americas rank just behind the Middle
East and North Africa, in third place, at 22
per cent, with 162 journalists killed this
decade. Seven journalists were killed on the
job in the United States this decade, four of

them when two TV news helicopters crashed
while filming a chase in Phoenix, Arizona. °

Europe ranks fourth, due to the high death’

toll in Russia, making up 9 per cent of the
_ world total for 2000-2009.

Africa, in sixth place, was less dangerous
than Europe for journalists this decade.
Nonetheless, a total of 53 journalists — 7 per
cent of the decade’s global total — were mur-
dered on the African continent over the last
ten years, 22 of them in Somalia, where nine
journalists were killed in 2009 = victims of a
lethal upsurge in violence as Islamic militants
battle forces from an interim government, in
the anarchic country. ~

. In the Middle East and North Africa; as
elsewhere across the world, impunity for those
who murder, assault, harass and intimidate
journalists remained the unacceptable norm.

IPI Director David Dadge said: “All of
those journalists who lost their lives between

2000 and 2009 were seeking to provide infor- -

mation to the public and the International
Press Institute pays tribute to their courage.
Organisations such as our own will continue
to press governments to find their murderers
and to make sure that as we enter a new
decade their bravery is not forgotten.”

For each Middle East and North Africa
country in the 2009 World Press Freedom
Review, IPI issued a series of recommenda-
tions designed to help promote and improve
the practice of free and independent jour-
nalism. Of a total of 78 recommendations,
17 urged the government to repeal laws that
stifle independent reporting. These- include
often vaguely-worded and broadly-applicable
state security laws, criminal defamation laws,
and restrictive press.laws and codes.

A further 11 recommendations addressed
the all-too-common phenomenon of security

. service harassment, arbitrary detention, mon-

itoring, and assault of journalists. In connec-
‘tion with this, IPI urged the authorities to
transparently investigate all-allegations.of
security service abuse directed at journalists,
as, well-as all other assaults and murders of
reporters.

In seven of its recommendations, IPI urged :

the authorities to ensure that bloggers are
free to report without any pressure through

muzzling Internet legislation, filters, and ©

recording of user identities in Internet cafes.
IPI also urged the authorities to ensure
functioning Access to Information laws, com-
plete with independent complaints commis-
sions, to release all journalists jailed for their
work, to establish independent pudiciaries, to
end censorship of journalists, and to ensure no
political pressure is brought to bear on editors
and reporters.
The last decade will be in focus again, at
. IPI’s 11-14 September 2010 World Congress
in Vienna and Bratislava, at which IPI will be
honouring 10 World Press Freedom Heroes —
one for each year of the decade.
They will join 50 World Press Freedom
Heroes already honoured at IPI’s 50th World
* Congress‘in Boston — making a total of 60, for

IPI’s 60th year defending press freedom

around the globe.

Socialised
‘medicine in
the Bahamas

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THE letter referenced above

. contains the following state-

ment: “The curious task of eco-
nomics is to demonstrate to
men how little they know about
what they imagine they can
design.” No doubt about it, the
discipline of economics is quite
well suited to demonstrate how
little is known!

Economics does not have a
very good history of pointing
anything out that is of much
help before the fact (hence four
unexpected economic crises in

the last 22 years) but are some-
what better at analyzing events .-
after they, have occurred. Fur-’

thermore, it has been said that:
“Tt is strange that the same peo-
ple who laugh at gypsy fortune-
tellers take economics serious-
ly. ”

Perhaps the iypertolic: so-
called “takeover of the local
pharmaceutical industry” would
not be happening if some essen-
tial medications were more rea-
sonably priced in the first place.
However, should anyone: not
wish to be a part of this, I’m
sure there would be no objec-
tion if they choose to pay the
usual exorbitant prices dictated

by foreign pharmaceutical man-’

ufacturers.
A voucher system for the

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or per year? Would there be
different expiration dates for
different vouchers? What hap-
pens when the vouchers are
used up? Would one get differ-
ent vouchers for different inves-

tigations or procedures, or even.

different diseases?
It is generally accepted that
the USA has the most wastc-

' ful:healthcare system in the

world anid it is far from the best
(see WHO statistics). Like The

Bahamas, it is run primarily by .

insurance companies and
roughly 47 million American
adults and children (yes, chil-
dren) have no health insurance.
Therefore, indigent patients
tend to flood the ER’s with
non-emergencies because
healthcare.can usually be
obtained there free of charge
(guess who pays for them in the

long run). Except for the USA, .

socialised medicine has come
into being in just about every

_ Teasonably. progressive coun-

poor has been mentioned in the ‘
letter. Although worthy of con- »

sideration, this is probably
unworkable and. too cumber-
some if for.no other reason
than it is often extremely diffi-
cult to define exactly who is
poor and thus qualified for
assistance. This could only be
done accurately by tremendous
government intrusion into one’s
private financial and personal

affairs: Unfortunately, far too -
~many sick people begin by

being reasonably well off and

, become. decidedly poorer as

their terrifying medical expens-

. eS mount. especially for those

in the middle class. It is shock-
ing that about 2/3: of bankrupt-
cies in the US are said to be
due to medical expenses and
over 50 per cent of these people

have medical insurance! But at’

which point can patients be

_ defined as being “poor” and

therefore deserving of vouch-
ers? This ‘kind of discretion
would be very open to politi-

cal abuse. How would the

Healthcare Voucher Czar be
appointed? What are the crite-
ria? Who will pay for the
vouchers and how? Would a
voucher cover e.g. one X-ray
view of the chest or the usually
much more worthwhile. two
views? If a severely injured per-
son enters the ER, how many
vouchers are they entitléd to



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IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE CANTON

GRAHAM late of Miami, Florida, one of the |

United States of America, deceased.
NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22"
day of February, A.D. 2010 after which date the
Administratrix will proceed to distribute the
estate having regard only to the “claims of which
she shall have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore

mentioned.

Dated the 2â„¢ day of February, A.D. 2010

Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law’
Attorney for the Administratrix
3 Cable Beach Court

Nassau, The Bahamas ,



try.

American Medicare (and
Medicaid) has been function-
ing for 44. years and is a pretty
successful, government-run
socialised medicine system for

people over age 65. It is of.

interest that almost no’ one is
suggesting that Medicare be
terminated. Furthermore,

despite the many valid com- -

plaints, no country that has a
socialised medicine system has
ever voted to abolish it! It’s as if
most people (patients) would
rather have a loaf of (some

might say mouldy) ce than .

none,

The excessive Boss and

inequities of our T present health-

care system, like those of the
USA, are immoral and border
on the obscene. Let’s face it, if
a lumber yard tries to sell a
sheet of plywood for $50 when
a hurricane is around, we con-
demn it as profiteering, and we
should think of. outrageous
medical costs in much the same
way. Our present medical “sys-
tem” is clearly a failure for too

_ many people and, whether we

like it or not, it is simply a mat-
ter of time before.a socialised
medicine system countermea-
sure (good or bad) is intro-
duced in The Bahamas. This
could result in a rushed, bird-
brained scheme such as the
attempt a few years ago, ory
hopefully, it would be in a more
measured and thoughtful “one

‘step at a time” approach that

might have a sear chance for
success.

Some type of socialised med-
icine will happen in. The
Bahamas eventually, as it will
one day in the USA, but pre-
cisely which political party will
introduce it, and when, remains
tobeseen. ©

However, bearing in mind
that only God could design a
perfect plan, it is up to biparti-
san “do-gooders”, and anyone
else who feels they have an
obligation toward the less for-
tunate, to cooperate and work
honestly towards putting:a basi-
cally realistic: plan into effect,
warts and all. (Please see 1
Corinthians 13:13). The
involvement and goodwill of
our medical community is
essential for success. .

I repeat: socialised medicine

‘is the worst type of medicine —

except for all the others.

\

KEN W Knowles, MD
_ (Non-“do- gooder”)

Nassau,

. February, 2010.

Call for ban on cars’
dark window tinting

EDITOR, The Tribune.

IN VIEW of the recent spate of women being attacked and
robbed on returning to their homes, I should like to make a few

recommendations.

~ Some years back, dark winddw tinting on cars was against the
law — a law never enforced. If my memory serves me correct-
ly, this law was also applied to the covering of licence plates with
a plastic protective shield. Again — never enforced.
Last year, my handbag was snatched from my car, and had

the- number plate been clearly visible and not covered with
this plastic (totally yellowed and discoloured) we could have giv-
en this vital piece of information to the police.

‘Obviously, having some form of tint on car windows to
reduce the glare of “the sun and heat build up is necessary.
However, when it's impossible to see inside a car because of the
almost black tint is nothing short of ludicrous. It makes one
wonder how many unsavoury characters are lurking inside

-their cars knowing they are totally invisible to the outside

world!

We are constantly being reminded to assist the police in help-
ing them find these persons who make our lives a living hell.
Driving home always on the alert that the car behind is fol-
lowing you is making us nervous wrecks.

May I respectfully request that the powers that be ban these
two unnecessary/illegal? auto "accessories" thereby Simplifying

life for both the police and the general public.

A CONCERNED RESIDENT
Nassau, -
February 11, 2010.

IN THE ESTATE OF CALVIN GRAHAM,
JR. late of Carib Road, in the Island of
New Providence, one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22"
day of February, A.D. “2010 after which date the
Administrator will proceed to distribute the estate
having regard only to the claims of which she
shall-have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore -

mentioned.

Dated the 2"! day of February, A.D. 2010

Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law
Attorney for the Administratrix
3 Cable Beach Court

Nassau, The Bahamas





THE TRIBUNE

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 5



Pe eee ee
Kerzner International teams up with Marathon Bahamas

MORE than 400 local and
international runners have
signed up for the 1st annual
Marathon Bahamas scheduled
to take place in New Providence
tomorrow morning.

Among the list of corporate
sponsors for the inaugural
event, which is also the first time
a marathon is being run in the
country in the 21st century, is
Kerzner International.

Ahead of tomorrow’s event,
Kerzner International president
and managing director George
Markantonis along with senior
vice-president of public affairs
Ed Fields presented'a cheque
to the Marathon Bahamas’
chairman and chairman of Sun-
shine Holdings, Franklyn Wil-
son.

Mr Wilson remarked that it
was actually Atlantis’ hosting
of the 2009 Miss Universe
Pageant that inspired the birth
of Marathon Bahamas.

The idea of attempting this |

had its genesis in the hosting of
the Miss Universe Pageant.

“Organising: such a large
scale event in such a short time
period, proved that anything is
possible,” Mr Wilson said.

He also noted that with the
support of Kerzner Interna-
tional’s Mr Fields, who also sits
on the board of Marathon
Bahamas, they were able to
engage the organisers of.the
Boston Marathon in helping
them to put on this large scale
event. Mr Markantonis is
endorsing the marathon, as he

said he believes that it can be of
significant benefit to the com-
pany, the tourism industry, and
the country as a whole.

“Because of our proximity
to the US, there is nothing we
can’t do here in the Bahamas. It
can have significant value for
us as a tourist destination as this ~
event will no doubt drive people
here,” he said.

Mr Markantonis promised
Kerzner International’s future
support of the event, which is
already showing early signs of
success. He promised even fur-
ther partnership in the future

»as organisers seek to attract run-

ners from across the globe for

. the yearly marathon.

’ As a major sponsor, Kerzner. -
International’s resort brand



"T vex at all these posters, signs
and banners what all over Prince
Charles Road. I hope when this
by-election come and go, them
political advertisements come
down just as quick as they went
up because they are an eyesore
and a disgrace. Instead of wasting
all that money on signage, the
candidates should have done
something worthy with that mon-
ey - like send it to Haiti or donate

|

ittoa local charity."
- VEX AT ALL THESE
POLITICAL SIGNS.

"I vex at how lawless our
motorists are, putting my life and
their lives at risk everyday. When
someone ain' rushing out of a
corner into oncoming traffic forc-

ing me to slam breaks, they over-.
taking me for no reason or’

speeding on the round-a-bout.

IN THE ESTATE OF. SHIRLEY VRNICE
PARRIS late of Nashville, Tennessee, one of the
Untied States of America, deceased.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22"
day of February, A.D. 2010 after which. date the
Administratrix will proceed to distribute the
estate having regard only to the claims of which

she shall have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full:
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore

|} mentioned.

"Dated the 2" day of February, A.D. 2010

_ Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law
Attorney for the Administratrix
3 Cable Beach Court
Nassau, The Bahamas

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE
SHIRLAW LIMITED.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Extraordinary General
Meeting of the Shareholders of the above-named Company. was
duly convened and held on the Eleventh day of February, 2010
the following resolutions were passed:

RESOLVED that SHIRLAW LIMITED be wound

up voluntarily.

“RESOLVED that DAYAN BOURNE be appointed
the Liquidator for the purpose of such winding up.

Dated the 11th day of February, 2010.

H & J CORPORATE SERVICES LTD.
’ Registered Office
For the above-named Company



IN THE ESTATE OF MAVIS GRAHAM late
_of Brooklyn, New York, one of the United States

of America, deceased.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
‘any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22â„¢
day of February, A.D. 2010 after which date the
Administratrix will proceed to distribute the
estate having regard only to the claims of which

she shall have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore

mentioned.

Dated the 1* day of February, A.D. 2010

Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law
Attorney for the Administratrix .
3 Cable Beach Court
Nassau, The Bahamas





"This kind of slackness on. the
road is indicative of a wider social
problem - Bahamians are aggres-
sive with no regard to the law or
others. No wonder we ‘got all this
crime, we can't control ourselves
or our emotions, no wonder this
lil' island in the state it's in now."

- MAD MOTORIST.

- "I vex at how expensive food

is in Nassau. Every place I go

cost me almost $10 for lunch and
when the service behind the .
counter ain' stink, the food is.
When are these business owners
going to realise that for them to
survive, they need to treat and
train their employees better and
cook good food before they get
run out of business."
- HUNGRY AND BROKE.

"T vex that my water.out east
still rusty-and hard. And when it
ain’ rusty, I lucky to even have
water at all. I was taking a show-
er the other day, and just before
my water get turn off it got all
rusty and red. God knows what
that is what went into my skin -
this is ridiculous. Water and Sew-
erage need to do better than that -
man, people out east need to
bathe and clean their house man,
stop doing us like this man."

. » NEED CLEAN WATER
OUT EAST.

"I vex that the FNM ain' send
Dr Duane Sands to debate with
the rest of the candidates on
Tuesday. I know they said they ©
was busy campaigning in Eliza- °
beth but I think the party and

’. Dr Sands owed it to the people ;
-to reveal his ideas in a forum

where they could be openly chal- _
lenged.

~ "They mussy think the
Bahamian people stupid and will -
fall for the old election tactics of
party, beer and jobs - wait, they
still might fall for that but there
are some voters out there who
appreciate an exchange of ideas.
People who want to see candi-
dates out there sensibly arguing
their views so that voters can bet-
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Atlantis, Paradise Island, also
gains significant exposure both
locally and internationally from
this event.

Atlantis’ iconic Royal Tow-
ers backdrop is prominently dis-
played on the Marathon
Bahamas website.

Also, all participants will
receive a commemorative
Atlantis branded medal;
Atlantis will be prominently fea-
tured in the souvenir booklet,
and.every photograph of the

run will feature Atlantis and the |

other major sponsor, Spirit Air-

- lines, on the border.

Marathon Bahamas takes
place tomorrow, starting at 6am.

‘ Other organised events include
-a fitness expo in the Crown

Ballroom at.Atlantis today.



(L-R) Karner intemnatlonal senior vice- president of public affairs
Ed Fields, Marathon Bahamas’ chairman and chairman of Sunshine.
‘Holdings Franklyn Wilson, and Kerzner International president and
managing director George Markantonis..



Men plead guilty in Supreme Court trial

By DENISE MAYCOCK
_ Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Two men on trial for rape
pleaded guilty in the Supreme Court this week. .
‘Bernard Evans, 24, and Dale Pierre, 20, were
charged with armed robbery, rape, housebreak-
ing and receiving in connection with a complaint
. on June 2008
Justice Hartman Longley, who was recently
appointed a judge in Grand Bahama, presided

over the trial, which opened on Tuesday.

Evans pleaded guilty to charges of rape and
receiving on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Pierre also pleaded guilty to
rape and armed robbery, but was acquitted of
house breaking and receiving.

Justice Longley remanded the men to Fox
Hill Prison until sentencing on March 15,

Evans also appeared in the Magistrate’s Court
before Deputy Chief Magistrate Helen Jones
on the charges of housebreaking and stealing.

This matter was adjourned to April 27 for tri-
al. K Brian Hanna represented both men.



Eleutherans hand together to raise money for Haiti Relief

TIPPY’S Restaurant and Pineapple Fields °
sponsored. a lively concert in Governor’s Har-
bour to raise money foran Eleutheran contingent
that will be travelling to Haiti for relief efforts this
week. With over 200 guests, the concert was able
to raise $3,000 through a cover charge, and an
additional $3,000 in pledges to support the Rotary
Clubs of the Bahamas relief efforts which include
a two-week trip led by the Rotary Club of
Eleuthera’s president Shaun Ingraham.

Performers included Don Bouchat and Big

Belly and the Haitian Sensations, the Queen’s
Highway Band, and the Tarpum Bay United
Junkanoo Group.

A day after the world came together to respond
to a star-studded telethon “Hope for Haiti”,
Eleutherans came together to show their sup-
port for their Caribbean neighbours.

If you are interested in donating to the Rotary
Club of Eleuthera in support of Haiti trip please
call Mr Ingraham at 470-8880 or email shaun-
donavon@yahoo.com. :

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Canned goods being
Collected for Haiti

AN ASUE organisation is collecting canned goods to send
to Haiti with the Bahamas Red Cross to aid those in need fol-
lowing last month’s devastating earthquake.

Goods can be donated at 25 locations across Nassau as well
as in George Town, Exuma; Alice Town, Bimini and Harbour
Island where there are signs indicating participation in the
Asue Draw for Haiti.

The Asue group is a financial savings pool operating under
Five Point Security Systems Limited.

Director of National Crime Prevention Office Superin-
tendent Stephen Dean said-police do not have any policy
against asues and joining an asue is an individual choice.

“It’s a tradition thing,” Supt Dean said. “And it comes
down to individuals as there are no rules or real policy on
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To preach the Word of God;
Yes, many years you served the Lord
On our Bahamian sod.-

From Nassau to Green Turtle Cay, —
You were known in many quarters;
From Abaco to Eleuthera,

You covered Bahamian waters.

A long and healthy if you had;

God gave ninety-five years;

Yes, each year God added blessings,
And took away your fears.

You were a faithful, loving husband,
And a good father too;

You showed your love in many ways;
All knew that this was true. ;

God called your wife, Elsie, home,
But still you carried on,

Although you missed her very much
After she was gone.

But Rita, your daughter, was kind,
And always cared for you;

She and her husband, Gregory,
Did all that they could do.

You were always an example;

Your love embraced each one
Whom you came across day by day
From dawn till set of sun

You never drove a car at all;

You rode a motor-bike,

But you never missed a meeting,
And did not have to hike.

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(Sunday School: 10am



From Wales you came to our fair isles





LOCAL NEWS

ICE CREAM giant Ben
& Jerry’s Atlantis’ fran-
chise has been open for
less than two years, but its
managers have already
won a coveted award.

The ice cream parlour’s
management team has
been named “Managers of

world” by the franchise.

Award

It’s.a title managers
‘Detra Sutherland-Bastian,
Sonia Smith and Chef Paul
Hayward were happy to
accept from returning
restaurant manager
Monique Pinder-Knowles.
Ms Knowles brought home
the award after attending
Ben & Jerry’s yearly fran-
chise meeting in Punta
Cana, Dominican Republic
in January.

The Marina Village ice
cream parlour was. recog-
nised.as the “Most Out-
standing and Innovative
Shop in the world” at the
Global Awards Ceremony,
beating out 459 other loca-
tions worldwide.

Chef Paul Hayward
gives credit to the hard-.
working managers and
staff at the local Ben &
Jerry’s who he said have

ice cream franchise in

2008.

He said 2009 proved to
be a banner year for them
as they also managed to
get a very high JD Power
score of 7.81 for the year
compared with a 7.35 goal.

“Its makes me very

. proud of what the team

has accomplished and

done “a phenomenal job" maintsined, since we
since Atlantis acquired the Danlead,

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2010
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Pastor Marcel Lightbourne
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You had dear friends who carried you
‘Where you needed to go;
God provided transportation;

No one ever said, “No.”












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You even braved a task which seemed
. Could not at all be done

The task of carrying a cross

To preach to everyone.









WLLL

Yes, one and all offered to help;

Soon the task was begun

The “Cross” was carried. o’er the miles,
Where many trusted Gods’s Son.

You led many souls to the Lord
Through this “Cross” and other ways;
God put his stamp upon your life,
And gave you many days.

An author measured with the best;

Yes, many books you wrote; :
You taught the simple and sublime: °
In all your books God’s Word you quote.

But a final illness took you back

To Wales, your earthly home,

But soon God called you Home to Him,
Now to your heavenly home.






A faithful servant to your Lord,
Everyone was your friend;

More important, you were God’s friend
Up to the very end.





To God may all the glory be,

Who does His wonders still

Through His Word and saving power,
And through His servant BILL.







| Ice cream chain’s Atlantis

“They have achieved a
great deal, from local char-
ity work, recycling projects
to customer service
enhancements. I look for-

ward to the great things we ©

can achieve in 2010 once

again.”

Celebrating»

In addition to celebrat-
ing their franchise-wide
win, Ms Pinder-Knowles
also participated in the
conference along with
nearly 200 franchisees.

Attendees learned about
the company’s business
priorities, strategic initia-
tives, as well as the latest
plans for its three part mis-
sion. Neg

‘Ms Pindeéer-Knowles said
one of the most enjoyable

parts of the trip was a tour



team on top of the world

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of a local cocoa factory,
Tomas’s Plantation, where
they learned the process of
chocolate making. Choco-
late is one of the key ingre-
dients in the company’s
numerous ice cream
flavours.

The Ben & Jerry’s fran-
chise is also well known for
its philanthropy. Also dur-
ing the meeting of Ben &
Jerry’s stores from around
the world, the group par-
ticipated in Habitat for
Humanity.

They went to a small
town named, Macao, to
help the Haitian and
Dominican residents in
that community by paint-
ing homes, repairing bath-
rooms and cementing
floors and making other
minor improvements for
people in need.



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The Holy Ghost Prayer-Line number is 326-7427
- (www.gtwesley.org)

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 2010

7:00 a.m. Rev. Carla Culmer/Sis. Marilyn Tinker*
11:00 a.m. Bro. Ernest Miller/Youth (B)

7:00 p.m, Rev. Carla Culmer/Board of Music Ministry
Theme: “ But As For Me And My Household, We Will Serve the Lord”






Grace and Peace Wesleyan Church
A Society of The Free Methodist Church of
North America

Y 2 g Pa ~ WHERE (ery) IS ADORED AND EVERYONE IS AFFIRMED,

- Prayer Time: 10:15a.m. to 10:45 am.

Church School during Worship Service’

Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister: Rev. Henley Perry

P.O.Box SS-5631
Telephone number: 324-2538
Telefax number: 324-2587

ME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERV,



LIGHT AND LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH

Grounded In The Past &.
Geared To The Future ©

Worship time: [lam & 7pm

Sunday School: 9:45am
Prayer time: 6:30pm
Place: The Madeira

Shopping Center

Pastor Knowles can be heard each
morning on Joy 101.9 at 8:30 a.m.

Rey. Dr. Franklin Knowles

ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND

Pastor: Rev. Dr Franklin Knowles
P.O.Box EE-16807
Telephone number 325-5712
EMAIL - lynnk@ batelnet.bs



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of the upper classes (6)
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caught by it (5) 20 Achange of route is quite = (11)
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from dummy, and now East, who
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tricks with his A-J-9-7 of clubs to
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Dolphins release
disgruntied LB
Joey Porter

FOOTBALL |
MIAMI | ‘
Associated Press

’ THE Miami Dolphins have
released disgruntled line-
-backer Joey Porter.

The Dolphins made the :

announcement Friday in a
three-sentence press release:
“Porter had. been publicly
demanding his release, saying
he was frustrated about his

reduced role last.season and :
that he doubted that his rela- ;
tionship with coach.Tony :

Sparano could be repaired.

‘The four-time Pro Bowl }
linebacker led the AFC in ;
2008 with 17?-sacks. His had }
just riine sacks in 2009. But :
that was still enough to lead Y

the Polis

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Froch to face
Kessler on April
24 in Denmark

BOXING
NEW YORK
Associated Press *:

CARL. Froch will defend }
his WBC stiper middleweight. :
title against Mikkel. Kessler §:
4 in.the second :

Star Trackers Track Club

The ‘fight will be held at :
the MCH Messecentre in :
Herning, Denmark. It was ::
originally scheduled for April:
17 as part of a split-site dou- }
bleheader, with Andre Ward i ;
: By BRENT STUBBS |
: Senior Sports Reporter

date and Jocation for that : hetubbs@tribunemedia.net

on April
round of the Super Six World
Boxing Classic.

facing Allan Green in anoth-
er second-round bout. The

fight has. not been:
announced. ;
-"The atmosphere at MCH :

.

am now ont fora knockout i
: clubs.

ill be back in the

and the first three points."

Kessler
ring after getting stopped by
Ward in his opening match
of the modified round-robin’
tournamént,: where three
points are awarded for a
knockout; two-for a decision
victory an one for .a draw.
Of the six fighters, the four

with the most points after :
three bouts advance to seed-
ed’semifinals with the cham- :
pion to be crowned next }

year,
Froch. (os. 0,20 KOs).is

coming off a decision victory

over Andre Dirrell in his :
first-round match, but will be :
defending his title in a hostile :

environment.

Kessler (42-2, 32 KOs) was :

born in nearby ‘Copenhagen,
and more than 90 percent of.
tickets were sold in the first 3
hours the last time he fought
in Herning. His promoter
Kalle Sauerland said the
MCH is configuring the are-

na to hold more people for :

this fight.

"I am upset for my fans
with the change of date, but
this has been unpreventable
due to scheduling issues,"

Froch said. "I just hope that :
my fans will understand this :
change and will still come in :
their thousands to support :

me in Herning."

Moving the fight back |
means it won't conflict with a :
proposed doubleheader on :

the same day featuring Kelly :
Pavlik against Sergio Mar-

tinez and Lucian Bute against :

: match at Stamford Bridge, London, Saturday, Jan 16, 2010.

Edison Miranda.



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Men's national softhall team lose opener

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

THE Bahamas men’s

: national softball team got

: blanked in their opening

: match at the Central Amer-

: ican and Caribbean Games’

_? qualifying tournament: yes-
: terday.

But Bahamas Softball

: Federation president Bur-
: kett Dorsett said the team is
: confident that they can
: bounce back in San Andres,

California and finish in the

: top seven.

The Bahamas got blanked

| 7-0 by the Dominican

Dominican Republic
shuts out Bahamas 7-0



Republic as ace Edney ‘the

Heat’ Bethel gave up seven
runs on six hits with three
strike outs in suffering the

‘loss.
He was ‘relieved by Dar-.

ren Mortimer.

Winston Seymour had the.

lone hit for the Bahamas in
the game as he finished with
a 1-for-2 performance at the
plate.

With the oe leat in the

original ; schedule,

the
Bahamas only had to play
one game yesterday. Today,
they will play their second
game against Puerto Rico.
Also included in their pool;

are the British Virgin’

Islands, Mexico, Costa Rica
and Honduras.
The other pool comprises

of Venezuela, Colombia,

Cuba, US Virgin Islands,
ia and Guatemala.

In order to qualify for the
CAC Games in Puerto Rico
in July, the Bahamas will
have to finish inthe top sev-
en. Eight teams will advance
out of the tournament with
‘Puerto Rico getting a bye as
the host country.

Dorsett said when he con-
tacted the team, they indi-
cated that they played very
well, but they expected the
Dominicans to be as sharp
as they were.

“The Dominican Repub-
lic is a much improved team,
so they expected their per-
formance,” Dorsett stated.
“But they are in high spirits
and they are ready to. take

on Puerto Rico.” »
-Although they dropped
their opener, Dorsett said
the federation is looking for-
ward to some good results
from the team because he’s
excited about their make-up.

The team is managed by
Perry Seymour'with Bobby
Saunders and Alphonso
‘Chicken’ Albury as the
coaches. Jeffery ‘Beef’ Hen-
field is in charge of the dele-
gation.

It’s uncertain who will get
the starting nod today, but
the other two pitchers on the
team are Alcott. Forbes and

Brain ‘Ninja’ Neely from

Grand Bahama.



i BAAA aliblic relations officer Alpheus ‘Hawk’ Finlayson and BAAA’s president Mike Saris test out the two new wheelchairs resented to the association by the Star Trackers Track
: Club on Thursday at the Thomas A. Robinson Track and Field Stadium: Looking on in the back row from left are BAAA’s Council Member Harrison Petty; BAAA’s first vice pres-

ident Sherwin Stuart and’Star Trackers’ coaches Levan Rolle, Devin Cartwright, Baars Strachan, Devynne Charlton, Camiesha Missick, Trevor Mackey and Don Shannon Fer-
guson; along with head coach David Chariton.

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donates wheelchairs to BAAA

- WHILE the support from

Herning is incredible. I only | the general public has been

t of i : ;
es omaha eae as ; of the track and field meets,
knocked out Gusymr Perdo- :
mo in the same arena in Sep- :

tember. "After a bad start, I :

overwhelming so far for all

the Bahamas Association of
Athletic Associations got

some much needed assis- ©

tance from one of its local

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On. Wednesday at the
Thomas A. Robinson Track
and Field Stadium, the Star
Trackeis Track Club pre-
sented the BAAA with two
brand new wheelchairs.

“On behalf of Common-
wealth Drugs and Medical
Supplies and the Star Track-
ers Club family, we present

the BAAA with two new

wheelchairs and hope that
they can be put to good use if

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the need arises,” said Devin
Cartwright, one of the senior
members of the team.

Head coach David Charl-
ton said along with The Pre-

scription Parlour Pharmacy, .

the Star Trackérs and Com-
monwealth Drugs and Med-
ical Supplies saw the need
for the assistance.for the ath-
letes, who from time to time

get injured during the track ~

and field Seas.

“So we are very pleased to .

ensure the continued growth
and development of our ath-
letes in our beloved sport,”
Charlton said.

BAAA president Mike
Sands and public: relations
officer Alpheus ‘Hawk’ Fin-
layson were the first to sit in
the new chairs. Sands also
attempted to challenge Fin-
layson to a race on the track,
but he declined. :

In accepting the chairs on
behalf of the BAAA’s exec-
utives, coaches and athletes,
Sands. said they are very
grateful for the gesture from
the three entities.

“You can be assured that
this equipment will go to full
use for ail those who need

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them, especially the ath-
letes,” Sands stated. “You
will recognise from time to
time that in our sport,
injuries occur.

“The athletes need to be
transported in as comfort-
able and quick a manner-
. possible to the medical facil-

ity to be dealt with, so this

‘should expedite that.”

Sands said in speaking to
Dr. Cyprian Strachan, the

‘ head of their medical depart-

ment, there was the need for
the wheelchairs and so the
gifts from the Star Trackers
was timely.

“T can assure you that they
will be well kept and used in
the proper manner,” he
summed aes

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SOCCER

~LONDON °
Associated Press

AFTER seeing his side's
league form dip; Chelsea man-
ager Carlo Ancelotti turns his
attention the to FA-Cup seek-
ing to revive hopes of a
domestic double.

The path to a successful cup
defense had been cleared by
the early elimination of rivals
Manchester United, Liverpool
and Arsenal, but holders
Chelsea must overcome sec-
ond-tier Cardiff in the, fifth
round without the services of
two key defenders.

Captain and centerback
John Terry has been allowed
to travel to Dubai to see his
wife after the emergence of
allegations that the father-of-
two had an affair with Eng-
land teammate Wayne
Bridge's former partner.

And leftback Ashley Cole
discovered Thursday that he
faces three months on the
sidelines with a broken ankle.
That injury, which requires
surgery, was sustained after
Chelsea lost 2-1 at Everton on

Wednesday, a result that saw
its Premier League lead
trimmed to a point.
After.winning every match
in' January, Chelsea has col-

lected just four. points from a*

possible nine in the Premier
League this month. Now
Ancelotti wants to use the FA
Cup clash with Cardiff to get
Chelsea's season back on
track.

"It's a very important com-
petition that they won last
‘year before I got here," the
former AC Milan coach said.
"We have a great opportunity
to advance, but we know
Cardiff will come to do their
best.

"The cup is totally different
here to Italy because in Italy
the Italian Cup is not inter-
esting for anybody — not the
players or the fans. The sta-
diums were empty. It is dif-
ferent here."

Cole's injury will create an
opening at leftback for versa-
tile Russia international Yury
Zhirkov.

"L have a lot of confidence
in him because he is a very
good player," Ancelotti said.

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rally from league setback

"We wanted to buy him i in the
summer becaiise he could also’
be an alternative to Ashley.
Now his-moment has come
and I think he will be fit to do
the best."

After Chelsea, the highest-

ranking team left in the FA
Cup is fifth-placed Manches-
ter City, which hosts Premier
League rival Stoke.

After being denied a spot
in the League Cup final by
Manchester United, the FA
Cup is City's last realistic
chance of landing a first major
trophy since 1976.

"The FA Cup is the most
important for me — we have
two targets this season — the
FA Cup and finishing in the
top four," City manager
Roberto Mancini said. "But
Stoke are a very strong team
and we need to improve our
play to reach the next round."

In Saturday's other match-
es, Birmingham is at Derby,
Reading hosts second-tier
rival West Bromwich Albion
and there is a south-coast
derby with Portsmouth mak-
ing the short trip to
Southampton.





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MARTIAL ARTS
BRIGHTON TOWNSHIP,
Mich.

Associated Press |

JAMES WEBER is in a :
unique position as a doctor :
researching neurological dam- ;
age and commissioner of ;
sporting events where head }

injuries occur.

Weber of Brighton Town-

ship, about 35 miles north-
west of Detroit, will chair the

Michigan Unarmed Combat ;

Commission through June 5,
2012.
The commission regulates

professional boxing and :
mixed martial arts events in :

the state.
"I've always enjoyed box-
ing. I-was a gym rat, both to

stay in shape and to learn the ;
sport of boxing, as well as to :
become a very.good ringside :
"said Weber, a :
University of Michigan Med- :

physician,

ical Center emergency physi-
cian.

Mixed martial arts com- }
bines several forms of con- }
tact-fighting sports, including :.
kickboxing, wrestling and }

boxing.

The 44- -year-old Weber is

studying pugilistic dementia.
His goal on the commission
is to promote boxing and

mixed martial arts while :.
advancing research on what }
can be done to prevent i

injuries, Weber said.

Commissioners only ae

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punitive action when neces- :

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The marathon is a
26-mile run that starts
at 6am, Sunday, February
14, at Fort Montagu.
The route heads west along
East Bay Street, over the
western bridge to Paradise
_lsland, returning over the
eastern bridge to Shirley
Street; west on Shirley
Street past Centreville
House, along Marlborough
Street to West Bay Street,
and west to Old Fort Bay,
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Sunday, February 14 (enter from
Collins Avenue for parking). The
cheering station will be set up in the
grounds overlooking Shirley Street.
Hundreds of runners are cxpected to
pass this area.

The Collins Estate grounds is an official
cheer spot for Star Trackers and Seedlings
Place. There will be Bahamian music and
food, creating a ‘down home’ Bahamian
homecoming feel:,The Antiquities,
Monuments & Museums Corporation will
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WHEN he arrived in

Cleveland, Shaquille O'Neal
made it clear there would be
no more double-teaming
Orlando's Dwight Howard.
He'd handle things himself,

as he did Thursday night. Oh, |

and he wants his cape back.

"I don't really consider it
manning up until you play me
straight up," O'Neal said.
"I've never doubled anybody.
So you tell me who the real
Superman is."

LeBron ‘James had 32
points and 13 assists as the
Cavaliers — with a big
fourth-quarter defensive
effort from O'Neal —
matched their franchise
record by winning their 13th
straight game with a 115-106
victory over the Magic.

It was a rematch of last sea-
. son's Eastern Conference
finals, and both teams are -

again on top of the East this
year, but O'Neal, who had 10

points and six rebounds on .

Thursday, has made a huge
difference for Cleveland.

The Cavaliers are 4-0 this
season against the Lakers and
Magic, teams they struggled
to beat a year ago.

"We swept San Antonio in
the regular season (in 2007),

‘then got to the finals and they

swept us in the finals," James
said. "You want to win those
games, of course. What you
do in the regular season is
good, but once the playoffs
start, everyone is 0-0." .
O'Neal and Howard —
both nicknamed "Superman"
— were plagued with foul

. trouble most of the night, tak-

ing some of the luster off
their physical battle in the
post. But O'Neal kept his
word ‘by taking care of
Howard by himself, while the
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the crowd. I know he caught
the ball one time in the post
and the crowd erupted like
he was about to do a Super-
man dunk or something."

Saddled with five fouls,
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remained with the game tied
at 94,

Howard, who had 19 points
and 11 rebounds, immediate-
ly spun around O'Neal for a
dunk. The Magic didn't score

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a 105-98 advantage. O'Neal
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floor, something the Cava-
liers sorely needed during
their battles with Orlando last
season.

Howard, who has struggled
with fouls in both meetings
against Cleveland this season,
overpowered the Cavaliers
during last season's finals,
averaging 25.8 points and 13
rebounds during Orlando's
series victory in six games. In
two games against O'Neal
and the Cavaliers this season,
Howard has averaged 15
points and nine rebounds.

"Don't compare me to
nobody," O'Neal said, bor-
rowing a line from J: ay-Z. "I'd
rather not be mentioned. I'm

offended."

O'Neal might have really
been offended by Howard's
recent commercial using the
"Superman" moniker, some-
thing he takes credit for cre-
ating upon entering the
league. Even James acknowl-
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has stung his teammate.

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Bahamas’ ship registry | 0™ page one

FROM page one

Discrepanciés have emerged about the fleet size data :
reported by Clarkson, but few are disputing another sta- :

tistic that could be just as damning for the Bahamas.

Marshall Islands was the fastest growing of the top four
registries last year. With a 14.9 per cent growth rate last
: wrote: “If this uncaring,

year, they dwarfed the Bahamas’ 4.2 per cent growth rate.
The global average is 6.3 per cent.

“We are in the business of monitoring who is growing, :
who is the largest and who is the smallest. Looking back
historically, Marshall Islands was at 30.5 million gross tons :
in 2005. Today they are 50.7, so that is a fairly significant :
increase over that period. Now, the global fleet has also :
been growing strongly for sometime, but they do seem to ;
” said Stephen Gordon, direc- :

be growing above average,”
tor, Clarkson Research Services Limited.

Progressive Liberal Party chairman, Bradley Roberts, ;
issued a statement demanding an explanation on the down- :
grade from Minister Earl Deveaux. The minister is cur- }

rently attending the Bahamas Maritime Conference and
Trade Show in Freeport.

“The claim of being the third largest registered fleet in ‘
the world has been challenged. If true, clearly Minister }
Deveaux is out of touch and is obliged to explain to the :
Bahamian people why the Bahamas has lost its presti- :
gious number three ranking it has held for years. We note :
that the Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) has five :
offices compared with 20 worldwide offices of the Marshall :

Islands,” said Mr Roberts.

The Bahamas government disclosed ‘figures late last

year that called into question Clarkson’s data.

Erma Rahming Mackey, BMA deputy director, told :
the Bahamas Financial Services Board that the Bahamas i
had 1,700 ships amounting to 52.8 million gross tons reg- :
istered with the International Maritime Organization :
(IMO) at the end of September 2009. At this time, the
Bahamas had just secured its seat on the IMO council at ;

the Band C level.

Teacher held in child sex probe

FROM page one.

: the police but feels they have so
: far failed to give a satisfactory
explanation of the raid.

He said he is now taking the
matter to the United Nations and
the Organisation of American
States. In a letter to Commissioner
of Police Ellison. Greenslade, he
high- -hand-
ed, blatant disregard for Bahamian
citizens is what we are to expect
from officers under your com-
mand, then we ought to be very
afraid as law-abiding citizens.”

According to the nephew, the
incident took place on January 5,
and involved around 35 officers,
12 vehicles and a bus. The source
said his aunts, both in their 70s,
live in adjoining houses but were

hosting a joint rae event at pe :

; time.

the girls involved in this latest incident in Eleuthera said
how she was impressed with how quickly the Ministry had :

reacted.
She said the alleged sexual misconduct perpetrated
against the 15-year-old came to light after the girl confided

in a teacher‘at the school, who then told the student to :

inform the principal.

It was after the principal called the girl’s parents to the
school that it then emerged that at least two other pupils ;

were claiming they had also been targeted by the teacher.
The girl’s mother has since given a statement to police.

The Ministry of Education’s team is also expected to
travel to the settlement of Rock Sound where they are i

reported to be conducting further investigations.

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FROM page one

The Public Disclosure Com-
mission came under:scrutiny this
week with confirmation from
prominent public figures, most
notably Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham, that they were in
breach of the Disclosure Act.

The law mandates public offi-
cials declare their financial assets
and interests in public'contracts,
annually, as a means of ensuring
accountability and public trust.
The Commission, chaired by
attorney Oswald Issacs, regu-
lates this activity. No one from
the Commission was available
for comment.

The Prime Minister said the
last time he officially disclosed
was prior to the 2007 general
election, the reason being he
allowed his schedule to distract
him from completing his obliga-
tions.

Mr Galanos, who is a former
Member of Parliament for
Englerston, representing the

Claims investigated

He claims both women were left
stricken with fear after the raid — as
was another female family mem-
ber, a breast cancer patient who
was recovering from surgery — after
being roughly forced to the floor.

According to the family, the
raid took place just three hours
after another family member who
sometimes lived at the house was
shot repeatedly on the same street
by a drive-by gunman.

The victim, the grandson of one
of the elderly women, was rushed
to hospital but died of his injuries
last week. The police are investi-
gating.

Bahamian law allows fora
search without a warrant under —

‘several conditions, for example
that persons occupying the premis-
es "have been convicted within the

preceding five years of an offence
involving fraud or dishonesty” or if
officers believe stolen property
ane be inside.

However, in such cases officers
are obligated to produce a warrant

within two hours if the subjects of

the search demand it.

‘In one of their letters to the
police, copied to Minister of
National Security Tommy Turn-

quest, the family said: “After 25°

minutes of the officers pulling,
throwing and destroying things and
spending an inordinate amount of
time in one.of the rooms, without

any supervision, they left with.

nothing in their hands and no
explanation."
The letter went on to ask a num-
ber of questions, including:
_ .. What was the purpose of this.
home invasion? .
Why were officer's numbers hid-

Call for review

Progressive Liberal Party, said
he was also guilty of non-com-
pliance, based on the fact that he
did not always file his disclo-
sures in a timely manner. Public
officials generally have about
four months to submit-their
forms at the start of each year.
“Tf anything it shows that it is
being administered and regulat-
ed in a lax manner. I think what
happens is we all recognise it is
an important exercise, and one

- that should be taken seriously.

‘However, in the absence of
penalties applied for either non
compliance or late compliance, I
think it has taken on a culture
that is very lassies faire,” said

~ Mr Galanos, who pointed out

that another act of failure on the
part of enforcement officers is
the fact that public officials
sometimes fail to submit sup-
porting documents, like bank
statements, when they do file.

Two officers charged

FROM page one

der, who will hold a watching brief for the family of Mr Key, told the
court yesterday that the family had expressed disappointment over
the progress of the case. Justice Watkins noted that the matter has
been given precedence over several other matters.

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course.

The next step in carrying out
the death sentence, according to
the law, would be for a death war-
rant to be read to Sawyer, howev-
er this could be stalled if he choos-
es to appeal his murder convic-
tion. i

If Sawyer petitions the Court of

- Appeal to overturn his death sen-

tence and is unsuccessful, he has
the option of taking his case to the
UK Privy Council,
Bahamas' final court of appeal.

Meanwhile Ms Morley, of
Granger’s Chambers, said she was
scheduled to meet with her for-
mer client today to discuss: his
appeal plans.

Sawyer, 29, was sentenced: to
death on November. 9, 2009, by

Senior Justice Anita Allen for the .

murder of Quality Discount Store
employee Sterling Eugene during
an armed robbery.

Evidence from his trial revealed
that Sawyer shot Eugene in the
back and the buttocks as he was
trying to stand up after a struggle,
involving the pair and another
employee. The two workers tried



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Death row inmate

which is the



rant produced?

Why was so much time spent
in one room with no one pre-
sent?

Why was there so much disre-
spect for both senior citizens and
family members in the homes?

Who will bear the responsibility
of consequences to these seniors,
whose medical diagnosis consists
of severe hypertension, diabetes,
and bruising'to the chest area?

Who will be responsible for the
damage incurred in the home?

How do you expect individuals

_ to respect, work with and appreci-
ate officers who have no regard
for human beings?

The family claims they have had
one response from Commissioner
Greenslade, but the nephew
described it as “insubstantial.”

The commissioner was unavail-
able for comment up to press
time. °



to' stop Sawyer making his escape
with the store's cash trays.
In handing down her sentence,

Justice Allen stated: "I am of the

view that this offence is the 'worst
of the worst', in that it was com-
mitted with a firearm and was
committed in furtherance of
armed robbery. In the circum-
stances I am satisfied beyond a
reasonable doubt that in this case
the imposition of the most severe
penalty for murder, namely death,
is deserved.

"There is no doubt that this was
a cold-blooded and savage attack
on an unarmed victim and the
actions of the convict showed a-
callous disregard for human life
when he shot his victim while he
was on the ground."

She noted further that Sawyer
had expressed.no remorse for the
murder. In his confession to police,

Sawyer said he committed the rob-

bery to pay his rent.

According to the statement from
the Ministry of National Security,
Minister of National Security
Tommy Turnquest has now
advised the Governor General of
the Advisory Committee's deci-
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asking $9,00
ph# 424-4717

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2003 Honda CRV,
RHD, Fully loaded, Pearl White, very clean,
asking $14,500 ONO .
ph# 376-5674

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BBF #464

2005 HONDA ACCORD,
22” chrome rims, chrome door handles,, HID
lights; Pwr everything, A/C,
asking $14,500 ONO
ph# 376-6613





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BBF #466
2005 SUT HUMMER
fully loaded, $55,000 ONO, Low mileage, black
leather interior, ph# 535-5662

BBF #4 .
2002 INFINITY I35
Black with black leather, sunroof, 6cd in-dash
changer, power everything, wood trim, great
condition, cold a/c, rear power sunshad
$9,500 0.b.0 525-1472

BBF #468
2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7,
clean title, 6.000 miles asking $29,000 ONO,
Cherry Red exterior,
Phone # 468-3204/361-6354

. Gold Dodge Intrepid ES 98’,

Good condition, runs great, Pwr Everything, A/C,
CD Changer, Alarm System, Maintenance
Records, Priced to sell - $4,800 ONO
ph# 466-7370

BBF #476
2004 CHEVY MOTE CARLO SS,
A/C, CD Player, Leather interior, New Crystal
lights, low mileage, Fresh Paint Job, No Down
. payment, for all government and Atlantis
Employees, asking $7,800 ONO
ph# 448-1224

BBF #477
2004 Dodge Ram, }
clean inside out, newly painted, 26” Chrome
rims, asking $26,000 ONO, Also 2001 Lexus
1S300, Excellent condition, asking $10,000 Ono
ph# 426-8179 / 426-8180

2001 Ford Taurus,

Excellent condition, clean exterior, recently
painted, immaculate interior, 20” rims, include
DVD Player, automatic everything, low mileage,
cold A/C, Asking $6,500 ONO
ph# 455-1140 392-6477



2004 Honda , Accord,
pearl black, pink HID, fully loaded, v6, sunroof,
20” rims $11,500 with rims or $10,500 without
rims. Phone #436-8977/394-0530°

2007 Honda Accord,

AJC, fully pwr, sunroof, V6, valentines special,
price negotiable, 1997 Honda Accord, $3,000
ONO Call: 429-6929 or 544-8832
Call or text

BBF #482
2004 Monie Carlo,
runs good, HID lights and fog lights
$12,000. ONO must go,
call 426-8758/364-3577

#497
2003 DODGE RAM,

silver, double cab, long bed, Pwr everything,
Need engine wrk, asking $7,500 ONO
ph# 535-9181 / 361-0184

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1997 TOYOTA TOWNANCE NOAH,
Super Extra, green exterior, Pwr everything,
A/C, Engine 2000cc, asking $7,500 ONO, Also

2000 Honda Accord, Fully loaded,
leather interior, $7,500 ONO
ph# 676-2204 / 426-9268

1999 CAMRY 5,200,
leather seat, A/C, 20” Rims, CD Player,
Excellent on gas. Car runs like a dream ph#
558-8351

BBF #507
1999 Altima, Maroon,
good condition,
asking $3,500 OBO
ph# 376-8102

2003 Cadillac Deville,
Champagne’ tan rag top, 70 k miles, fully
loaded, leather and wood interior, chrome

factory rims, digital dash, heated front and rear
seats, sound system, $9,000.00
ph# 431-8339

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BBF #513

2007 Altima Sedan 2.5S,

Expat- One Owner, Less than 13000K Miles,
Excellent Condition, Dark Blue Exterior, Grey
Interior, Keyless Entry, Bose Surround System,
Halogen Headlights, Vehicle needs transmission
only.... Price $9000.00 O.B.O

455-7792

BBF #514
2000 Honda Accord Coupe,
Silver exterior, black leather interior,
immaculate condition, Power everything,
_ sunroof, CD Player, light fender damage on
drivers side, Great running condition, Asking
$4,800 or reasonable offer ph# 558-1582

BBF #515

2000 Mercedes CLK 43,
asking $27,000 Negotiable,
call for further info,

ph# 322-8939 / 525-7752

2007 Dodge Dakota slit,
Clean title, white exterior/ tan interior,
extended Cab, asking $16,000 Just In
, ph# 556-9181

BBF #51
1995 BMW 325l,

5 extra original tires, booming system, full
customize, led tale lights, angle eye halo
head lights, asking $5,500 ONO serious

inquires only ph# 423-5560 / 392-4516





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2003 Nissan Maxima,
just in from US, low mileage, AC, CD player,
new crystal lights, fresh paint, mint condition,
$7,800 ONO
No down payment for Government and Atlantis
employees.
Call 432-1301

BBF #523
2003 NISSAN MAXIMA,
just in from US, low mileage, AC, CD player,
new crystal lights, fresh paint, mint condition,
$7,800 ONO No down payment for Government
and Atlantis employees. Call 432-1301
tribune issue 74 024 10 days

2007 HONDA ACCORD LX,
22” Slim rims, Purple fog lights, A/C, CD Player,
HID Lights, 4 cylinder,
asking $16,000 ONO
Ph#467-8492 or 552-6187

BBF #525 -
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
clean in/out, 22’ slim rims;$5,500 without rims,
W/ Sound System $6,000, - $1,500 for rims
alone, SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!!! call 468-
5832/361-4809

BBF #527
HONDA ACCORD COUPE,
Balck on black, leather interior, 18” Chrome
Factory rims, Chrome Grill, clean title, asking
5 $28,500 ONO,
2002 Honda Civic si, Hatch back,
Standard shift, silver, $8,5000NO
ph 324-6356/454-7473

TRIB # 648

2000 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, Spoiler, Boss System, Sunroof,
17” factory rims, clean in and out need to see to
appreciate $6,200 ONO
ph# 565-6161 / 322-2192

2000 LAND ROVER,
excellent condition,
asking $9,000 ONO

PH# 322-1137

1998 ISUZU WIZARD
Silver exterior
Diesel Engine (3.1)
4x4 Automatic Transmission, A.C.
Spacious Interior
$ 7,000.00 O.N.O.
Call: 302-6364 Cell: 376-2704

RIB #251
For Sale 2006 Chrysler 300
Champagne exterior, Black interior, 24” rims,
CD payer, AC, HID head and Fog lights, fully
pwr, clean inside, just serviced, runs great,
asking $23,000.00 ONO
contact 454-8806.

2003 F-150 SPECIAL EDITION
Black with grey Interior
Sun roof, 4 door, less than 60,000 miles
$8,500
393-8264 or 422-0789
Serious inquries only!

RIB #321
: 2004 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior, grey interior. Just in, clean title,
no accidents, special edition, 4 wheel drive,
under 40k, digital panel, AC,CD, power
everything, Must see to apreciate.
$15,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. 448-5602

RIB #322
2000 TOYOTA LITEACE
Silver exterior, grey interior .610,000 ono
CD player, low miles, AC, gas efficient, power
locks & windows, removable rear seats. Makes
excellent cargo business, work or family van.
Serious inquiries only. 448-5602

RIB #324
~ 1996 BMW 3181 SEDAN
Black exterior with grey interior.
$3,500.00 obo
Great car, ice cold AC,
smooth running condition .
call 328-2308 cell 535-5758

2002 CHEVY S10
Gold exterior witt grey interior, 4 door. 4x4, 6
cylinder, great condition, AC. Comes with back
cab to cover the back.
$9,000 with rims, $7,000 without
2001 CHEVY BLAZER Leather interior. $6,000
cell 552-5111 : :

TRIB #342

2005 AUDI A4 CONVERTIBLE
Red exterior, black interior
$40,000.00
Call 397-5050



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RIB #343
2003 MERCEDES SL500 CONVERTIBLE
White exterior, black interior
$70,000.00
Call 397-5050

RIB #344
2003 MEREDES E320 .
White exterior with tan interior.
$40,000.00
Call 397-5050

2004 MERCEDES SL-500 CONVERTIBLE
Red exterior with tan interior
$80,000.00
Call 397-5050

2006 MERCEDES E-350
Black exterior with black interior
$56,000.00
Call 397-5050

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1995 FORD TRUK RANGER
Grey exterior with black interior
$14,000.00
Call 397-5050



THE TRIBUNE



RIB #356
2006 Ford Experditon Limited.
Fully loaded with full leather, 4 captain seats,
DVD player with drop-sown screen.. Only 39k
miles and in great condition. Priced for quick
sale $39,500.00
phone 424-0035

TRIB #366
FOR SALE
2006 - MERCEDES BENZ 500 CLS
METALLIC GREY - BLACK LEATHER
INTERIOR ©
FULL OPTION CAR - LIKE NEW-.- LOW
MILEAGE
$75.000.00 - Serious Enquiries Only
CALL 424-2863

RIB #367 :
2000 FORD F-150 LIGHTNING

Limited Edition. Black exterior,

black and grey interior. $7,600.ono
Very fast truck, many mods,v8, 5.41 super
charged engine, 18” rims,
must see to appreciate.
Call 364-3258 cell 376-4947

RIB #368
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
Pearl white exterior, tan interior, four door sport
car. Super clean, full power, 6 CD changer,
automatic & stick shift mode, low miles 14k
cleanest ride in town. No reasonable offer
refused. 552-3329,454-6484

RIB #377
2008 FORD RANGER
.Black exterior. 16000 miles, clean title
$21,500.00 obo
Mint condition.
Call 427-7095 or 362-2855

RIB #388
2006 KIA OPTIMA
$7,000.00 obo
4 door, runing excellent power windows, CD
player Excellent condition.
Call 363-2084

RIB #398
2000 BMW 3281 SEDAN
Silver exterior with grey interior,
sunroof, AC, CD
$10,500.00 (negotiable)
call 432-6859 or 361-0211

2003 CADILLAC CTS
Black exterior with tan leather interior
AC, CD. $10,500.00. (negotiable)
Call 432-6859 or 361-0211

RIB #403
1998 HONDA SMX
White exterior
$6,800.00
In perfect condition, AC/TV, very clean inside
very spacious. Call 357-4182

RIB #406
2002 CHEVY MONTE CARLO
Silver/black exterior/black strip, black/grey
interior. $6,000.00 obo :
20” rims, AC, new tires, runs like brand new Call
376-3132 cell 357-4153

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 5

RIB #408 .
1995 LEXUS GS-300 i
Champagne exterior. $6,000:00 ono
Fully loaded
Cell 457-4185

2005 HONDA CIVIC
Red/burgundy exterior with grey interior, 2 door
sedan. $7,000.00 ono
Vehicle just like new, under 40,000 miles,
engines runs excellent, cool AC, automatic,
everything. Feel free to make an offer.

Call 361-0179, 324-6206 448-2363

RIB #426
2006 HUMMER 4 DOOR SUV
Corvette yellow, black leather interior
$58,000.00 ono

36,000 miles, one owner, power everything,A-

condition.
sunroof, fully loaded Must sell to appreciate.
Garage kept
Call 558-1515 or 425-1055

RIB #429
Excellent Car! Excellent Price! - 2003 Toyota
Alteza/ Lexus IS 200 fully loaded top of the line
model only $10,500.00.
Honda Accord, only 10,000 miles $6,500.00.
Phone: 359-2194 or 362-1282.

RIB #434
2008 Nissan Altima 2.5 Coupe
EXCELLENT CONDITION
Power Everything, Sunroof, Low Miles
Tiptronic (standard shift and automatic)
$22,500 o.n.o Serious Inquires Only.
242-636-7278 -



RIB #452
1994 HONDA PRELUDE
Red exteror with black interior.
$3,800.00
2 door
Ready to sell. Call 552-9242

RIB #464
2007 NISSAN SENTRA
$ 11,000.00 - Red Exterior/Black Interior
A/C, CD PLAYER,
CALL: 465-2783(T)

465 ; :
2000 DODGE DURANGO,
White ext with tan Leater Int, Power everthing,
A/C, CD Player ect...
good condition and runs great
Contact Sam for more info,
436-9551 or 326-7141 serious inquire only
Asking $5,800 obo.

RIB #472
1999 FORD TAURUS .
Ac, remote start, alarm, sound system, power
reverse mirror & knight rider lights.
In good running condition.
Asking $3,000.00 ono
433-6743 or 393-1653

RIB #481 |
2004 GMC Envoy
on 22' Rims, cleanest around.
Leather, C/D, power, low miles. $16,000. 0.b.o
2006 Pontiac G6 V6 clean 15k miles.
$12,000. 0.b.0
1 (242) 442-3689





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TRIB #482
1999 MITSUBISHI GALANT.
4 DOOR , AC, AUTOMATIC TINTED
WINDOWS, CHROME WHEELS,
LICENCED MARCH TO $3500 OBO.
PH: 394-1005, 376-4678

2006 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior, tan/leather interior, 4 door, ice
cold Ac. Excellent on gas, 4 cylinder. HID’s
Asking $15,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. Cash & carry
Call 393-6589, 448-6123, 525-3582

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 #493 ;

1999 MITSUBISHI PAJERO
Brown/silver. In excellent condition, stereo, cold
AC, automatic transmission 2w/4w drive.
Great on gas Asking $8,500.00 ono
Call 466-2014

Black exterior grey imteritor. Just im fromm US.
Fully loaded. $1t2,900.00
Call 324-4416 calll 424-4080

1999 VW BEETLE
Silver exterior with black/leather interior.
$7,000.00 neg
Automatic, power everything,
35,000 miles reg serviced. woman driver,
very good condition.
call 376-7555 or 422-9088

1999 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with beige interior, 4 door
$6,500.00 ono
Just in from US. Auto, power windows, AC,CD
player, leather int (no cracks)) black/chrome
rims also($1000) Call 364-7525 cell 423-9457

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RIB #496
1999 Lexus GS 400.
TV's, DVD, 20in rims, leather
$11,500.00 O.B.0.
436 4669

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1996 TOYOTA AVALON
White wite beige interior 4 door.
$5,500.00 ono
Leather seats, AC, 47,000 miles, CD changer.
Call 376-4579 or

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RIB #498
2002 HONDA ACCORD
V6 w/rich metallic silver exterior,
complimented by suipple cream leather interior,
2 way moonroof, power everything, AC and
more,. Rides lice a caddy. Only $6.800.00
Call 395-0183, 24/7 text or leave message.

RIB #499
2006 CHEVY IMPALA
Burgundy exterior with grey interior. Great
running condition, pw/pl/ps. AC, HID lights, front
and back ,custom, grill spoiier
As is respectfully $11,000 ono
Call 341-1184 cell 448-2490



1995 HONDA ACCORD
$3,000.00 ono
In excellent condition AC,CD radio and clean
Cell 429-6478

2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exteror with grey interior.
Standard shift, 4x4, very clean
$18,000.00 ono
Call 362-1928 cell 436-7354

2002 FORD EXLORER XLS
Dark blue, expat company car. Well maintainted,
excellent condition, low mileage.
$7000 ono
Tel 302-6301

1985 FORD 9000 DUMP TRUCK
Orange exterior, black interior, 2 doors.
$6500.00. Ready to work. 395-8321

RIB #503
1993 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
Black exterior with grey interior.
$2700
AC, power steering. In good working
condition.
Call 323-6072 cell 535-0294

RIB #503
1996 HONDA CIVIC
Charcoal grey exterior with burgundy interior
Clean in and-out, economical on gas,
Brand new service. $2,600.00-ono
Call 445-8553 or 324-0065

2006 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior with grey interior, premium sound
system, 5 speed automatic, power everything,
Clean title and very low miles. Values
$21,000.00 Asking $19,000.00 Negotiable
Call 427-2125 or 326-2579

RIB #505
1998 FORD F-150 LONGBED
White and tan-exterior with beige interior
$7,000.00
Cold Ac, sound system, flow master, etc.
Truck runs well.
Call 364-7113 cell 544-5366

RIB #506 :
2005 CHEVY EXPRESS VAN 1500
White exteror. with grey interior. Low mileage,
cold AC, clean
$16,500.00 ono
Call 676-6656 or 465-3487





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1996 TOYOTA WINDOM
Black exterior with white right hand drive
$2000.00
Ac, clean and good condition
Call 395-0326 cell 468-3903

2000 HONDA PASSPORT F'

Good running condition. Fresh paint job, AC,
CD, Leather interior, sunroof.
License until March 2011.
$8,500.00 ono
Call 361-4363 or 302-2312

1997 JAPANESE HONDA ACCORD
Red exterior. Asking $1800.00
Call 393-1652

1999 HONDA ACCORD
Dark green exterior with tan/leather interior, 2
doors, sunroof, 20” rims, clean in and out, sound
system. $7,500.00 ono
call 361-5472 cell 425-0321 or 423-7166

HONDA ACCORD SEDAN 2007
Only 14000 miles.
Excellent condition/ Like New
Automatic everything.
Price $26000.00
Call 376-1456

RIB #509
2007 DODGE DURANGO
Silver exterior with grey interior
Excellent condition, DVD, sat radio,
20,000 miles. Asking $21,900.00
Call 394-0709

RIB #519 .
2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
grey exterior, beige interior, fully loaded, leather
seats, sunroof, just in from U.S, $11,900. Phone
324-4416 or 424-4080

RIB #512
1992 FORD B700 BUS FOR SALE
By owner. Asking $5,500, price negotiable. Tel#
3771149 Wright

RIB #512 es
2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
2 door, 4 cylinders
Sapphire pearl blue exterior, black interior
Asking $10,000.00
Call 364-3420

RIB #520
. 2002 MITSUBISHI GALANT
White exterior, 4 door, auto, AC, CD player,
airbags, power windows/door, 4 cylinder.
Clean, license & inspection included.
: . $4,499.00
Call 361-7171 or 434-4182

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RIB #522
2000 CHEVY IMPALA LS SEDAN
Gold exterior with tan interior.
$3,000.00 ono
Needs monor paint job and work.
Serious inquiries only.
Call 392-2375 or 357-3445



RIB #524 i
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Orange exterior exterior black interior -
$11,500.00 on» Just in from US 4 seater, fuly
loaded, low mles, navigation system moonroof.
: Must see very clean.
Cell 525-6553 cell 376-8878

RIB #525 3
2001 OLDMOBILE VENTURE
Tan exterior with tan interior, mini van
$4,000.00 ono
Excellent running condition, perfect for Taxi or
small group, seats 7 persons, DVD included.
Call 341-6806 cell 436-3528 or 323-4895

1996 NISSAN SUNNY
Sky blue exteror with grey interior.
$2,300.00 obo
Act now and get a free set of rims.
call 436-3650



2004 LINCOLN LS
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
Power everything, chrome wheels, leather
interior, AC, sunroof, remote start, alarm system
$10,500.00 obo
Cell 426-4426



RIB #528
2004 FORD TAURUS
Red exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
. $6,300.00 obo
6 disc CD changer, AC, power seats, leather
interior. Clean car in and out
Cell 426-4426








RIB #529
2003 FORD F 150

Blue exterior with charcoal grey interior. Clean

title, AC, CD, 4 doors, full power. $14,000.00

Call 341-5865 or 552-6944 or 456-4161

RIB #531
2000 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY VAN
Silver exterior with grey/leather interior
$6,800.00 ono
Clean title, mint condition.
Call 361-8077 evenings or 434-2954
or 525-4181

2007 HONDA ACCORD
- Black exterior, black leather interior,
sunroof, xm radio.15,000 miles.
$23,000.00 ono
“Must sell.”
Phone 325-6306 or 636-0726

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door
$6,000.00 (six thousand) Leathet interior, power
everything, AC, original factory rims, clean in
and out.
Call 324-6435 cell 456-0572



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RIB #534 :

1996 HONDA ACCORD
American, 4 doors, grey exterior with grey
interior, 4 cylinder, AC, pioneer CD player,

clean motor. $3500 :
Cell 456-0919

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RIB #534 :
$17,995.00 LOW LOW !!!

2005 Dodge Ram Quad .

-* Runs EXCELLENT * Clean TITLE * Low
MILES * Silver Body with Black Leather Inside *
MUST GO!!! $17,995.00
Ph 324-0665

2001 DODGE RAM 1500 SPORTS
White exterior with grey interior
AC, CD/tape. Good working truck, Mint

condition. :
Asking $7,000.00 ono
Call 361-4885 or 465-7109

RIB #539

1996 TOYOTA AVALON
Green exterior with beige interior.
$3,000.00 or make an offer.
Clean, excellent condition, power everything,
new shocks, License until September. 2010
Call 466-7685 after 6 pm

RIB #541
2002 HONDA ACCORD
Blue exterior with black and blue interior,
two doors. Fully loaded, black leather seats, 6
disc, CD changer, low mileage, AC power
- windows and doors, 6 cylinders, sunroof
- $7,000.00
Call 325-7280 or 455-2384

RIB #542
1994 NISSAN PRIMERA
Black exterior with grey interior. Car runnng
great, solid Cd player, license until August 2010
Good deal, serious inquiries only.
$2,500.00
Call 341-8109 or 454-3859

RIB #545

1999 BMW 3231
Green exterior with tn leather interior
$5,000.00
Cell 535-8465

RIB #546
2008 SUZUKI SWIFT
Dark blue exterior with grey interior
$14,500.00 ono
Excellent condition, serviced quarterly, four
doors, tinted, clean inside and out side.
Upgraded model, tinted.
Call 327-5769 or 376-4334

RIB #547
- 1999 NISAN ALTIMA
Light blue exterior with grey leather interior
$4,500.00 ono
Good condition, cold AC, leather seats
Call 426-9153 or 356-2627
Leave a message.

RIB #548
2000 HONDA ACCORD
Purple exterior with grey/leather interior
$5,300.00 obo :
Just in from the US. Excellent condition
Call 456-4162 or 362-0439

RIB #549
2003 DODGE RAM
Grey exterior with tan interior, double cab
* $13,000.00 ono
Good condition
Call 326-8459 cell 431-9091



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2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Grey exterior with grey interior.
$4,500.00 As Is. Just serviced,
cool AC, good condition.
Call 525-3742

RIB #552 ;
1999 LEXUS RX 300
Gold exterior with tan leather interior. Clean in
and out. No reasonable offer.refused.
Must see to appreciate.
$9,500 ono
Cell 436-5937

RIB #553
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne exterior with tan interior, 4 door
Sedan. $5,600.00 Power windows, locks, alarm
system, AC, CD, very good condition.
Standard shift (5 speed)
cell 426-7554

2008 GMC
White exterior. $35,000.00 ono
Fully loaded Z71 4x4 low mile. Just like new.
Call 363-1283

THE TRIBUNE

$1850.00 EZ FIX
1997 NISSAN WAGON
Grey exterior, excellent running condition, AC,
T/D, fully loaded (light is broken but works)
Licence and inspected untill Decembe.
Buy now, drive now, fix later.
Call 394-2899 or 425-7311

RIB #560
2002 NISSAN SENTRA:
Burgundy exterior with beige interior
$4,500.00 obo
4 door, AC, power windows, power locks spoiler,
: factory rims.
Call 393-2314 or 428-6613

SN
RIB #561
1991 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 doors
$5,000.00 negotiable, :
sunroof, leather interior, power windows and
seats, automatic. Call 328-4850

1994 HONDA INTEGRA
Red exterior with black interior.
$3000 negoitable. 5 speed, power windows,
sound system, intake performance, muffler,
17” racing rims, clean interior.
1996 HONDA CIVIC
Hatch Back Parts for sale.
Call 376-7640

2003 ALTIMA
Green exterior with grey interior
$7.500.00
Leather interior, AC, power window.
Good condition.
Call 328-6852 cell 454-5414





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Computer Linksys Wireless G Router
Recession Special: Includes Router; Ethernet
cord; adapter; CD. All-in-one Intermet-sharing..

Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G (802.1 1g)
Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.
Call'323.6315.

i
RIB #527 :
DELL & HP MINI LAPTOPS WITH FREE
hs SLEEVE: © ,
1GB RAM; 160GB Hard Drive; Windows XP;
WEBCAM; WIFI. Card’ Reader. Anti Virus
Software. 1 Year Warranty. Call 323.6315:
- Price: $399.99.



RIB #651
100% HUMAN REMY & SYNTHETIC LACE.
WIGS

Used wigs available starting at $99.00.
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 328-6898 or
‘ designersensations @ hotmail.com







RIB #411 .:
50% OFF OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN






jersey 60.00 2 for $100
cell 432-2428 |



RIB #587

; NEO SOCKET.

As seen on tv. Save 20% on your gas bill
thats hundreds of dollars per year. Get yours
foday and began Ses S40. 00

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RIB #529-
Dell Inspiron with FREE Sleeve’
or Flash Drive: 2GB Ram; 160-GB HD; 2.0GHz;
CD/DVD RW; Windows Vista’/ 7; WIFI; Anti
Virus. 1. Year Warranty. Price: $499. 99, Add -
color for $50.00: YAWAY OPTION. ~
Call #323.63T5

le Macbook Sale:

p
Comes ‘with Oo iLife; 2GB Ram;-250GB HD;
Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 Year Warranty. Starting at $999.
Call 323.6315. ~



RIB #650
HOLLYWOOD WHITE _
Line

MIRACLE GROW .-

Hair Growth Stimulator
No more embarrassing bald spots!
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856



*OWN A PIECE OF THE BAHAMAS TODAY!"

*Finally er erence to own extre mely rare
NT dated coins.* ;
*You can coheet them or wear as pendants.

Coins as low as $85*
*Call now 364-9001 or 433-4877"



RIB #586
AS SEEN ON TV PEST REPELLER

Get rid of those nasty rats and roaches for good.

Just plug into your walls and save thousand of
doliars. Just $20.00
Céll 432-2428












RIB #526°——.
Dell,Zino Desktop Special:

Includes 2GB Ram; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; USB Ports; Card Readers + More; Anti
Virus; Speakers NOT included. Price from
‘$599.99. Call 323.6345.



BBF #492
COUNTERS FOR ICE’'CREAM SHOP OR
| beautifully made pink and cream, reasonable

offers accepted,
Call: 828-0002



RIB #665
GIVE THAT MAN WHAT HE REALLY WANTS
- This Valentine.
2009 Lakers championship fing, just $100.00
Also man/ woman Gucci watches. $150. 09
Cell 432-2428



POLO. LACOSTE
SHIRTS i
$45.00 |

4 NBA Caps $45.00 G-

| Shocks watch $6Q.00 }-

Call 432-2428



HOT DOG
MACHINE *
"$450,

} Call: 328-0002














RIB #528 ‘
Dell Vostro with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Includes 1GB Ram; 160GB
HD; WIFI; 3 it“ PCI Card Slot; Meriory Card
Reader; Windows Vista; CD/DVD RW; Anti
Virus, 1 Year Warganty. Price: $499. ‘99
£all 323.6315 :

TRIB #585

NBA CAPS $15.00 .
Arm sleeve $12.00 or 2 for $20
Nba jersey $60 or 2 for t00
Call for more details. 432-2428






ROLEX’
"YELLOW GOLD
PERPETUAL

DATE ©
Bezel: Blue cerarhic
rotatable
Dial: Blue.

Bracelet: Oyster with

Ralex Glidelock clasp

' Crystal: Sapphire

SERIOUS INQUIRY

ONLY

PH (242) 465-2931



Clothing Store
Fixtures for Sale,
.{ Brazilian Mannequins,
‘clothing racks,
slat walls, etc,
ph# 356-2878 / 558-
8582

TRUE 2 DOOR |
BEVERAGE
COOLER
| LIKE NEW.
E $2,200.00 ONO
362-6040

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FOR SALE - BRAND
NEW!
Blackberry Curve 8520
w/ WiFi $450
Nokia E63 w/ WiFi
$340
Motorola ROKR E8&

. $175
Motorola PEBL U9
$165
Call 525-6223

CHEAP OVERSEAS CALLS
USA & UK... 15 CENTS PER MIN
Canada... 15cents per min
Jamacia.... 33cents per min.
Africa... 33cents per min

No hook-ups/ no devices. Simply dial and talk

Tel 465-0291 for free trail.

SAMSUNG T339
UNLOCKED

WITH WIFI and FREE

BLUETOOTH

HEADSET FOR ONLY

$220.00!!!

CALL NOW GOING
FAST LIMITED
QUANTITY LEFT!!!
CALL NOW!! Ph# 556-
7087, 468-7262,
467-6487

RIB #332
Apple Macbook Sale:
Fully Loaded with OS X; iLife; 2GB Ram; 250GB

HD; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.Warranty included. |

Starting at $999.
Call 323.6315/ 467.4146.

RIB #533
(HP Brand) Compaq Laptop with FREE
Sleeve or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: 2GB Ram;

250 GB HD; 2.0GHz; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7 ;}

Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty. LAYAWAY
OPTION. Price: $559.99. Call 323.6315.




PINK MINI IPHONE
Touch & dual sim
Mp3/mp4, FM radio
camera, bluetooth
2 GB memory card
Black available. $200

Call 341-0460
* or
465-0291

WI-FI TV DUAL
SIM Qwerty
& I-Phone
dual cams, video
mp3/mp4 & im radio
dual bluetooth
2 gb memory card
choice of 2 movie
$300.00

Tel 341-0460

or
465-0291

Brand new
unlocked Iphone
3g in the box with all
accessories 8gb $575,
16gb $675 and 3gs 32gb
$1,000

Call 341-5933, 434-2325,

454-1288, 423-1096

Weds)

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RIB #331
Dell Zino Desktop Special:

Includes 2GB Ram; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; USB Ports; Card Readers + More; Anti
Virus; Speakers NOT included. Price from
$599.99. Call 323.6315 / 467.4146.

Toshiba Laptop with FREE SLEEVE
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: Windows 7.
CD/DVD RW. 2GHZ. 2GB Ram. 250 GB HD.
Card Reader. WIFI. Anti Virus Software.
1 Year Warranty. LAYAWAY OPTION.
Price: $569.99. .





Brand New Unlocked
|-Phone 3g, 8qb,
black and 100%

Genuine, not clone,
latest Software.
3.1.2 asking
$600.00 OBO

phi# 376-5674

Brand new unlocked
Iphone
3g in the box with all
accessories 8gb $575,
16gb $675 and 3gs 32gb
$1,000
Call 341-5933, 434-2325,
454-1288, 423-1096

. RO
RIB #334
Computer Linksys Wireless G Router
Recession Special: Includes Router; Ethernet
cord; adapter; CD. All-in-one Internet-sharing
Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G (802.119)
Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.
Call 323.6315 / 467.4146





FOR SALE - BRAND NEW!
HP laptop 3 GB memory, 250 GB hard drive
w/ webcam $680
Dell Laptop 3 gb memory, 250 gb hard drive
w/webcam $670
Acer laptop 2 gb memory, 160 gb harddrive
w/webcam $600
Call 525-6223

Acer Laptop With FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: Windows 7.
CD/DVD RW. 2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160/250GB HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus. 1 Yr Warranty.
Price: $539.99. Call 323.6315



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ANDROID WIFi
PHONE
Touch screen, dual sim,
tv, fm radio, mp3, mp4,
b.tooth, dual cameras,
video & sound recovder,
2 movies download
Features Free Overse is
: Calls.
Priced $300.00
For limited time.

Call 341-0460/465-0291

New Motorola
f{ RAZR2, Espresso w.
case and Car Charger
$265.00 / New, Neve.
opened,
Nintendo Wii Bundle
w/ game for $325.00
ph# 454-3249
393-7944

Brand New, RCA 32” Flat Screen TV
Asking $700
ph# 455-3495 / 361-5519







MINI LAPTOPS WINDOWS

Ms word, wifi, excel install, all colors.
$300.00.

call 324-9591

RIB #530
: HP Laptop with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: 2GB RAM; 2 Gk Z;
160 HD; WIFI; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7; HD?
Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
LAYAWAY OPTION. Price from: $559.99 Ce il
: 323.6315.



THE TRIBUNE

1979 42 FT POST
WHITE SPORTFISHMAN

S SX \

671 engines 2 stateroom, head
with with .
| Stand up shower, AC & generator
$55,000.00 ono
Call 364-1611

2007 SEADOO GTX LTD
witrailer, mint condition. 25hrs.
Dealer maintained. Asking
12,500.00
393-7893 or 424-4416 Ask for

Lauren.

NEW UNSINKABLE 17ft
' Boston Whaler “Guardian”, New
style hull that has deep vee and
heavier fiberglass for commercial
‘use. 85hp Yamaha, hydr steering

and 30 gallon tank. Cash Sale
Price reduced to $26,500.
Other engine packages available.
393-0262.

MERCURY 225 BOAT ENGINE
Extended shaft. EFI.
$5,000.00

Call 242-322-6324 cell 242-636-5222

2007 38’ FOUNTAIN LX

TRIPLE 275 HP
MERCURY VERADO
WARRRANTY TO JUNE 2012

235 HRS TOTAL USE
DEALER MAINTAINED CDN REG
Stored AC, building when not in use

Fully LOADED. GEN, AC.
ECO CRUISE 40-50 KNOTS

US$195K

Ee Sirens : (242)332-2230
RICHARD @WESTVANINC.COM

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 11

NEW Yamaha VX700 Wave
Runner
Includes (2) Two Life Vests.
Cash sale
price $8,200.00.

Call 393-0262.

28 FT BERTRAM
Twin Gas engines(fresh water
cooled) GPS, depth finder,
fridge, stove, head. Well
maintaines, Great fishing/ family
boat
Price: $24,000.00 ono
Moved up to larger boat.

Tel: 362-1363 or 427-0103

SWAP PORSCHE BOXTER
Silver exterior with black interior
Swap For Boat :
Wants Boston Whaler or similar
Car not used for 3 years (in storage)
It's ashamed not to get some fun'from
it $30,000.00
or swap for a boat, cash eitherway -
will consider any swap
Call Rich. No dreamers please
am a busy man.
call 324-1093 cell 465-3121

KAYAK FOR SALE
EXCELLENT CONDITION
$700.00

Call 376-2481

4

24' BOSTON WHALER
Outrage2001 200 Hp Yamaha
Salt Water
Series engines.

Only 300 hours on engines!!!,
Runs like new. One Sandyport
owner,
unsinkable, new antifouling
paint,
new cushions,
engine just serviced, 50 Mph
j speed. Very safe boat. $34,000.
Call 427-3588.





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RIB #685
1978 30’ CHRIS CRAFT COMMERICAL
$12,000.00 obo :
Set up for towing, 2 helm stations.
Open to all offers. Cell 477-2941

RIB #521 5
40’ NUMBER ONE HULL
Includes freezer, generator stablizers, sleeping,
bunks. Make an offer.
Cell 337-6041 or 472-0050

RIB #555
1988 22FT BAYLINER TROPHY CABIN
2009 Yamaha 200 hrs, trailer included
or engine seperat.e 9k
$17K i
Call 361-2646 cell 434-130

RIB #654
1995 32’ Luhrs Open
3116 Cats, 5Kw Gen, Excellent condition.
Asking $78,000.00 & want offers, must sell.
Call Chris 357-4277

RIB #444-

"SEA DOO 4 Stroke Watercrafts :
starting at $8,925.00. Come on down and check
out the AWESOME NEWEST model. The first
watercraft with a BRAKE....and
an astonishing 255HP.

Contact us at 393-7873"

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 #569
2000 ELIMINATOR CAT BOAT
Yellow with yellow & white, stereo and VHF
radio, graphic gauges. $35,000.00
(2) 225 optimax mercury.
Call 393-7685 or 432-0489

RACE BOAT FOR SALE
30ft Superboat Tempest 80+ MPH, 2*300
HP Offshore 98 Mercury-Engines only 320 hours
Boat is in immaculate condition, dry lift storage
Plenty extras. Must See 65K.
Phone 424-4960 Leave Message

Tw
SNS

SSS SS Ss

17ft Eduardono skiff 2005
with Yamaha Enduro 55hp, Bimini Top, new
stereo system and bottom paint, Customs seats
and includes trailer, In great condition, asking
* $8,200
OBO ph# 477-6763/ 424-7808

RIB #447
FOR SALE
26’ SCARAB SPORTSTER _..
Twin 200hp Yamaha B-Bracket Mounted
Leaning post/4 speaker stereo system.
Console and engine covers.
Full boat cover when on trailer
Functioning trailer. Price $28,000.00
Contact: 422-5340

RIB #993
2000 FIART MARE 40’ .
White on white. $90,000.00 obo
CAT 3126 420 HP
Serial #65R 007 861/65R 00789
Fibreglass Hull. Serious enquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

BBF #465
2003 39’ MIDNIGHT EXPRESS
w/triple 2005-275HP Mercury Verados witrailer,
duty paid, $130,000 ONO,
Call: 359-3212 or 457-2676

RIB #507 3
“CUSTOM F-18 FORMULA, W/TRAILER,
200 hp yamaha, 20 gal fresh water, gaffrig

gauges, lenco tabs, too many options to list!
Must see to appreciate. asking $18,000 ono
Chris (days) 359-1997 (after 6) 324-5378

TRIB #409
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,
$80,000 obo
359-2932, 324-4553 or 361-3000



2006 -204 FX- Angler-
Center Console,
very well maintained, very
low hours comes with tailer,
like new, mercury 150 HP,
Asking $29,500.00 IT’S A
MUST SEE

ph# 376-5541 / 324-2933

RIB #992 °
2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White on white..$60,000.00 obo
Serial # 2204152431/2204158263
Serious inquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

RIB #490-D
Boat Trailers from 12ft to 40ft.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Best prices in town.
We also carry utility and watércraft trailers.
Tel: 393-0262.

2008 YAMAHA WER NAIG CRUISE
60mph, 3 seater, silver/grey, 74 hours. Just
serviced, great condition, trailer and many
: extras. Only $7000 ono

Tel 467-1306

1990 261/2 FOOT PURSUIT BOAT
FIGHTING LADY YELLOW.

Twin 200 hp yamaha engines, 235 gal fuel gps
with depth & fish finder, stereo, compass vhf
radio, twin biloge pumps, 2008 continental trailer
included. $30,000.00 obo
242-376-9282 or 242-359-8110



Boat for Sale . 31FT Well Craft Cabin
Cruiser Express,

225 Yamaha EFI engine . Boat includes, GPS,

fridge, stove, ac, microwave, water heater,

stereo and restroom.Boat can be seen at
Bayshore Marina . Asking, $30,000. For more

information call 357-4778.
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#490-B
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.
Available ‘in Blue or Red.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price. $2,095.00!! 393-0262. .

NEW Yamaha “Crypton” Scooter
105cc four stroke engine.Extremely fuel efficient.
Beat the traffic and get around town fast!
Available in blue or red.

Ride all week and use only $3 gas!!!

Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to
$1,950.00!!.

TEL: (242) 393-0262

0
BLACK AND CHROME 20” RIMS
FOR SALE
Call 552-2522

RIB #491
Generator Sale. ‘
Kipor Portable Gasoline generators. Easy to
operate and reliable.
KGE2500Cash sale price $450.00,
KGE4000 Cash sale Price $695.00,
KGE6500 Cash sale price $895.00.
Call 393-0262.

CHRIS CRAFT
White. Reduced to $12,000.00 ono
Twin Izuzu diesels, custom tower.
Makes great fishing boat.
Call 364-1611

BBF #493
USED 150CC SCOOTER FOR SALE,
good running condition, $1,600 OBO,
Call: 328-0002

RIB #490
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle.
New model and colors.
125cc 4 Stroke engine, Great quality and

DEPENDABILITY at a great price.

Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New
Cash price slashed to $,2495.00!!

393-0262.

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

Ss
TRIB #491-A
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

RIB #663... :
DONZI SWEET 16 HULL ONLY
White, brand new condition, solid deep v-hull
with trailer, CD player ,speakers, trim tabs. Only
needs engines. Serious enquiries only
$9,500.00
Call 535-7741



°2007 HONDA 650 XRL
Red and white trail motor bike
Fully customize chrome down frame. and all,
Street tires and rims. Asking $7,500.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

VESPA PIAGGIO 200CC
Excellent condition, low mileage, 2 helmets,
removable windscreen. $3,500.00
Call 376-2481

RIMS FOR SALE
PARTS New and used
Maxima, Buick. Call for more details.Q
454-7111 or 341-2305

For Rent: Soundproof Portable Diesel
; Generator Set, .
Rated for 100Kw Stand By OR 90 Kw Prime
: Call 427-9531.

"“Evinrude E-TEC
Motors.

25HP-300Hp. Cash
specials on all motors.
Contact us at 393-
7873.
for more
information"

RIB #568
1993 MAXMOTOR MOTORCYCLE 125cc
Black/ grey, with two helmets for sale
Motorcycle runs but needs head light and front
break work. $500.00. 525-9760

RIB #499 :
Sensational 2004 1100CC HONDA SHADOW
SABRE
Orange, flame design, cobra exhaust and
extras 22k miles, well maintained. Excellent
condition. Only $7000 ono.
Tel 467-1306

WA
2008 DIRT BIKES FOR SALE
2008 HONDA CRF 250 AND CRF 150
Water cooled four stroke. Excellent condition
$5,900.00 & $3,900.00
Call 359-0179

NS

BBF #500
20” TIRES FOR SALE,
160 Brand new, ph# 558-8351





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MEETING | ROOMS An eafty. literacy sien for babies, toddlers and

Refreshment Services Available _,
Ample Parking : Up to.30 em _ preschoolers
Delightful garden setting persons ¥ oe lS ae

ORCHARD GARDEN HOTEL. aoe Authorized Distributor

: ie Sherle Knowles
NIE rGEE - Phone: 393-8478

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We rent chair covers, tie -backs,
table cloths, overlays\& dinner
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Tel: 558-5664, 477-6443 or

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SPECIALIZING IN:

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East Street South Next to the
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Online Shopping, Pickup Services,
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Phone: 565-4375 or 676-2748

ONDITIONING & REFERIGERATION

arts - Sales Services Installation
tarts @ $ 25.00

Starts @ $ 65.00

Starts @ $ 75.00

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* Window & Wall A/C Unit Up..

¢ Ductless A/C Unit Starts @ $500.00
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| Tel: 394-7103/393-8575 ¢ Fax 394-8383 ¢ Cell 466-1327
ull Kemp Road near Shirley Street

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Tel: 326-4720
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RIB #431

DVD SECURITY STSTEM
500 GB HD,
4 night vision cameras, 4 lenghts of 60 F
cable, internet access .
$750.00
Call 394-4357

WHITE
COBRA VIPER FAST Excerise
Kayak.
Great contion paddle seat, rudder
only
$600
Tel 302-6301

YAMAHA PSR-S900
The top-of-the-line s-series modeldrawing on the
latest sounds and performance enhancemenrs
of the tyros2. 61-key digitial work station with a
color Icd screen .$1,600.Ph: 324-2148 or 423-
6752 Ask for John .

RIB #661
DIRECT TV SATELLITE,

No dish/no cards, quick reliable peace of mind
installs xxx movie, hbo, showtime, starz, sports
pack, nbatv, espn.

Call 322-2804 Ask for Don King.

BLACKBERRY WIFI
Dual Sim. Mp3, Mp4,
TV, FM dual camera
bluetooth qwerty pad
$300 only
Brand New

Call 341-0460
or
465-0291

526
1995-2004 Explorer Engine 4.0
asking $800,
Also Blue Bird School Bus Transmission for
$1,200 ph# 433-8861



RIB #412
PSPs & MP5s
Support Nintendo & Gameboy
TV-in/out 4GB & 8GB

$185.00
Call 341-0460 or 465-0291

RIB #681 :

KORG X 50 61-KEY SYNTHESIZER
With triton style Hi architecture,512 programs
.and dual polyphonic arpreggiators $600.
Ph: 324-2148 or 423-6752 ask for John

PLAYSTATION 3 80GB -
4 games 1 controller $485.00
HP Laptop $350.00
Twin bedroom complete set $850.00
call 324-2814 cell 466-8823

CRAZY 4U VALENTINE'S
SALE
LG Cookie/Shine...$240
Moto Rokr...$190
Moto ZN200 (Photo
shown)...$200

Nokia E63...$330

Nokia E63 imitation w/dual

sim,wifi,tv and more...$230

More available call:
364-9001 / 558-3267
or
558-3268



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ALERAIRER BEDE OR SAEED

RIB #540
Radiators starting at $170
Call 468-7821

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



RIB #374
FOR SALE
10" Shallow Pioneer Subwoofer
800 Watts Power
$100.00 ono
Great for trucks.
558-9730

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RIB #519
PS3 GAMES FOR SALE
Call for details 341-1194 cell 525-5233

BERRY BEAUTIFUL
VALENTINE'S
(All Wifi!)
Blackberry BOLD
9000/9700
starts @...$590
Blackberry CURVE
8520...$440
Blackberry CURVE
8320...$340
Blackberry PEARL
8120...$340

For more information
call
364-9001 / 558-3267
or 558-3268






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RIB #444.
"Generac Automatic Standby Generators.
Prices starting from $2,995.00. ,
Units in stock. Contact us at 393-7873
for more information"







RIB #468 A
FOR SALE - BRAND NEW!
Pioneer car CD player w/ remote $160
Pioneer car CD player (MP3 ready)$175
Pioneer car CD player (satellite ready/USB)$280
JVC car CD player (MP3 ready) $165
Call 525-6223

RIB #432
DVD SLEVE- DOUBLE SIDE DVD
Sleve -double sided 1 case (100 pcs)
‘ $21.95
Call 394-4357

HELLO KITTY
TOUCHSCREEN
Dual sim, 2GB
Mp3, Mp4, FM
radio

Also Iphone style
with tv for $220
Call 341-0460
or
359-0339

IPHONES FOR SALE
Starting at $295.00
Brand new, reserve

yours today.

Call 454-9337





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1998 FORD E-150 CARGO VAN
White exterior with grey interior
$3,500.00 |
Good running condition
Cell 427-2631 (hm) 323-6702

RIB #667
2005 PONTIAC GRAND.AM
Gold exterior with tan interior, full size $4,200.00
Factory fully loaded.
Call 341-7439 cell 434-4501

RIB #668
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY.
Red exterior with grey interior 4 door
$17,800.00 ono
Only 50k miles, very reliable, very fuel efficient
Also 2003 CADILLAC DEVILLE
$8,000.00 ono
. 392-2082 cell 525-5122

RIB #688
2002 NISSAN SENTRA SE-R
Specv, 6 speed manual
$6,500.00 ono
Call 368-6031 or 464-3299



RIB #671
1997 Green Ford Ranger XLT
A/C, Stereo, clean in and out.
$4,500 ONO
Tel 225-3666

RIB #674
1998 BMW
Dark grey exterior with dark grey interior
$9,500.00
Excellent condition, AC, rims, fully loaded.
Call 677-5174 or 396-6119 or 565-8791



2004 DODGE RAM 4X4
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 door
A1 condition, chrome handles and double
chrome muffler tips. Clean in and out, CD, AC,
fully loaded. $13,500.00 obo
clean title, good to go. New arrival.
Call 477-0069

1995 Nissan Skyline R33,

Turbo, Defi bocst, Turbo and Intercooler, and
rpm gauges, GTR Body kit. Staggered 17” Enkie
rims, Blitz Bov, 3 exhaust, adjustable
suspension, also, an extra set 18” alloy wheels
asking $6,500 ph# 448-7913

RIB #69

1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Grey exterior with blue
interior. super saloon
$4,000.00

Call 428-2510 or 455-0507

RIB. #683
1986 FORD F 700
Dumper truck for sale
White with white & black interior.
$6,500.00
12 yard load capacity, perfect running
condition, everything works. Contact Mr Miller
376-4460 or 434-0460 or 392-1317



RIB #686
2002 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with tan interior. $7,000.00 ono
Clean title, 4 cylinder, stick shift, mp3 player
Leather interior, 4 door, cold air intake
racing clutch. motivated seller.
Leave a message.
Call 341-4631 cell 376-2178

TRIB #669

2001 HYUNDAI TIBURON
Grey exterior with black interior, sport car:
$3,000.00 ono
Good starter car, standard shift, power doors
and windows, low miles, CD player, cold AC,
clean. Call 395-3519



RIB #689
2000 GMC SIERRA TRUCK
White exterior with grey interior, long bed,
excellent condition, fuel efficient, mint condition
Asking a very good price. Fin avail, cash sale
would received beiter arrangement.
Call me now! 375-5578 ,341-2734 or 341-2451



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RIB #673
’ 7 AN LIBERTY
silver interior. Mini van
w/,000.00
Excellent condition, AC, rims. Fully automatic.
call 677-5174 or 396-6119 or 565-8791

2000 "
Silver exteric









2009 TOYOT# 'X CREW CAB TRUCK.

A/C C/D. with only 9k miles.
Full Powe = xtremely clean, and
Price to s@ - you thousands.

€° *,995.00.
Ph. 36° 90 or 424-0035.

RIB #677
Se 1997 NISSAN MAXIMA
Silver exterior ith grey interior, 4 door
$4,500.00
This car has sunroof and run very well, power
and everything inside.
Cell 636-6265







IR SALE
ac Grand Prix
. & Int. Sport GT Rims
n low miles $7,200
3: 361-5177 &
“xt 239 or 241

2 Door Black
Perfect co:
Telep

361-5

.3 GMC JIMMY
_« exterior with grey
r, Running with brand
.el spider, EGR valve,
ine nut kit, window
radiator, water pump:
aak pads. $1200.00
starter solenoid and

oxygen sensor.
525-9760







R657
TOYOTA MINI VAN FOR SALE
“View at Gunite Pools Office ~
on Montrose: Avenue.”
Price $800.00

RIB #570. =
; 2004 G35 INFINITt
Grey exteriér, leather interior, suntoof
"$15,800.00
Call 393-7685

RIB #571
1997 FORD EXPLORER
Grey exterior with grey and black interior 4 door
$4,800.00 :
Runng good, CD player, tints
Call 326-4411 cell 558-9928

RIB #573 :
2000 JAQUAR 3.0
tan interior, 4 door $6,700.00 ono
Clean title, clean interior, Runs well but needs lil
work, sold as is. Serious inquiries only
Musi-sell. Deal of a Lifetime °
Call 428-9865/426-0639



RIB #574
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White beige/tan interior, 4 door AC, CD, uns
great, sound system. $3,000.00 obo |

_ Cail 376-2670 cell 677-5048



RIB #575

1998 MERCEDES BENZ
White exterior with tan AREER,
4 door
$4,500.00 Priced to sell .-
Runs great, only 65,000 miles. Garage kept
Call 677-5048 cell 378-2670

a

RIB #576
i 1999 TOYOTA AVALON
White exerior with beige interior. Must sell,»
4 daors, automatic, RH drive, ‘power
windows/locks/CD player, air condition.
Excellent condition $5,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758

RIB #577 © : 5
2002 FORD F-150 TRUCK
White exterior, grey interior. Must sell, 6
cylinder, manual windows/locks/AM/FM Radio
cassetteé player, air conditioned Asking
$8,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758

FRIB #578
2001 BLACK IZUSU RODEO: JEEP
Sold As Is
. $5,500.00 ONO
361-2666 or 376-9166

RIB #579

2001 HYUNDAI! SONATA,

4 Door Sedan, AC, ‘Fully loaded, Pioneer CD
Player, Low Mileage, 2 Owners,
Good Condition. Asking $5,500 O.N.O.



| Call 556-0172, 393-8340, or 361-1453. |

RIB #635 .
1999 PORSCHE BOXTER
Pean silver exterior with black/leather interior
Convertible, manual 5 speed, custom wheels,
great condition, No aécidents, runs excellent.
" Everything works.
$26,000.00
Call (242)466-3954

4996 HONDA ACCORD SEDAN
Teal exterior with teal leather interior, CD, AC,
_ tints, very well maintained, always serviced.
Car has never been mistreated.
Must see to appreciate. °
$3,900.00 ono. Call 432-2215

RIB #639
: 2009 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 doors
AC, CD, Just like néw, clean title, low mileage.
Just in from the states, fully serviced
Asking $30, 000. 0a

RIB #641
.1999 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with grey interior. Good
condition, power windows, 4 cylinder with alarm:
installed. Owner leaving the Island.
* $4,300:00
Call 242-394- 9975 cell 423- 9794

PRICED TO SELL ASAP! EXPAT MUST SELL).

1995 ‘Mercedes Benz E320



Green, 4-Door Sedan, Power Everything, Low
Mileage!
$3,500 As-ls
Serious offers oniy, email Laurie at
- Jaurie johnson @ jajassoc.com



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 9

RIB #643
1999 LAND. ROVER DISCOVERY. i
GREAT CONDITION PLEASE CALL
433-6303, 425-0942 OR EMAIL
Peggs01 @coralwave.com
* TEST DRIVE IT: TODAY!

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RIB #647
2003 FORD RANGER TREMOR
Sonic blue with black & grey/leather interior flare
side, double cab, low miles. Very clean,
automatic, fog lights, flow master exhaust
system with stainless steel top. new tires. -
$12,500.00 ono
Call 361-6489 cell 424-6809

2007 CHEVY IMPALA SEDAN |
Silver exterior with tan interior.
$12,000.00

Great condition, only 30,000 miles. _
DVD w/USB Ipod connector, sound system
Must see to appreciate.
Call 376-9633 :.

2004 HONDA ACCORD EX 2.4,
clean title, one owner. Only 69k miles, sunroof;
leather, 1000 watt'sound system, remote entry;
projector head lights, with ae s! Always
~ serviced on time. Excellent condition!
_ Drives and runs great! $15,800 o.b.o -
Call 324 6922:





1998 HONDA ACCORD
. Clean sunroof, dvd, set 18" chrome rims
butterfly doors. S7, ou 00 o.b.0

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RIB #550
SALAD COOLER BOX
$800.00 ono
Call 341-5992 or 455-8623

Ice Cream Dipping cabinet,
‘ $1,800,
Call: 328-0002

RIB #662-A
TRUE 3 DOOR BEVERAGE COOLER
LIKE NEW.
Half Price. $3,500.0 ono
Call 362-6040

BBF #489
DOUBLE SIZE PIZZA WARMER OR HOT
PATTIE WARMER,
$300,
Call: 328-0002



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JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES DAY SHITZ-SHU

TRIB #326
SHIT-ZU POODLE
Call 322-2851 cell 565-7202



RIB #637
SHITZ-SHU PUPPIES FOR SALE
Females $500.00 ,
Males $400.00
Black & white, all white, and grey & brown
Call 323-7955 cell 466-0394

aS

PUPS
FOR SALE

$450.00
each

Black

Female

Brown & black Female
Mix white & multi male had all their
shoots.
please

call 341-7386



BBF#481_
Shitzu / poodle ,

males $500, Females $550, received first shot,

ph# 565-2994

RIB #670
THE PERFECT WAY TO SAY I LOVE YOU
This Valentines Day.
“ Shitz-shu. pups, 2 females @ 600.00
2 males @ 550.00
2 all white, 2 black & white. Call 395-3519

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 21

NEW FAMILY
STACKER

Washer and Dryer Gas

and Electric $750.00

Call 362-6040



STURDY
WOODEN
PLANTERS
FOR SALE
Maderia St ( shop
next to twin
brothers
restaurant.

Call 552-0043 Mon-
Fri 10-6pm



RIB #644

PUPPIES FOR SALE :

Boston terriers. Little Miss Bahamas 2008-200:

photo shoot with her puppies.
Call 392-6381 or 423-9159



ROTTWEILER/GERMAN SHEPHARD
Mix puppies, 4 males, 8 weeks old, had first
shots, dewormed. Large and big boned. -
8 $500.00
Serious enquiries only. 535-7741



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RIB #646 é





RIB #511
COOKWARE VALENTINE’S DAY SPECIAL
11Pcs surgical waterless stainless steel
cookware set. Was $1299.00 now $699.00
and free valentine flowers. Call 325-8301






Pitt Bull Pups
Low rider Red nose
Camelot/Peterson Blood line
1 male /1 female 3.months old
dewormed and shots
Sale Price $500 4546553/ 324-6096

GERMAN SHEPHERD &
ROTTWEILER
Mixed puppies, 6 weeks old.
$550.00 Male, $600.00 Female
For enclosed properties only.

Cell 557-2234



VALENTINE PUPPIES FOR THE FAMILY
Or that special someone. Full breed boston
terrier, not much grooming/intelligent,
effectionate and playful. Easy to train. House
puppies only. Will provide shot records.
Call-392-6381 or 423-9159







Beautiful Persian Kittens

“Litter available soon” Call now to secure your

pick of the litters. Adoption fee; $500 with easy
payment plan.

Call Irie “Catwoman” 3410460



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The Tribune

Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
.Broker/Appraiser



Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser





BUILDINGS

MISTY GARDENS, elegant 3
bed, 3 bath house, 15 months
old with Jacuzzi, wooden floors
plus 2 attached apartments ap-
praised at over $440,000 ask-
ing $425,000.

FIRETRAIL RD. 2 bed, 1 bath
condo, central a/c, gated,
$130,000.

OFF SPRINGFIELD RD.
complete 4-plex, $240,000.

WESTWARD VILLAS, brand
new spacious 5 bed, '3? bath
house, $620,000.

OFF FARRINGTON ROAD,
duplex package 2 bed, 1 bath,
$165,000.

CAVES POINT PHASE _ 2,

in-



BUILDINGS

OFF BLUE HILL RD., deal of
the month, 4 unit apt. (2) 2
bed

1 bath (2) 1 bed 1 bath 4
years
old, wooden ceilings, only

$250,000.

OFF WEST BAY STREET, in-
vestor’'s dream, 24 unit apart-
ment 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 built-in laundry rooms, a
deal at $170,000.

CORAL VISTA, spacious lux-
ury house, central air, spacious
kitchen, $585,000.



brand new luxury oceanfront

condominiums, 775,000 to} FAITH AVENUE, 2 bed 1?
$1,025,000. : bath townhouse, $180,000.
OFF CARMICHAEL RD., Lux- |] MACKEY STREET, large
ury 2 storey semi-furnished 4] warehouse’ on corner lot,
bed 3 bath house with swim- | $600,000.

ming pool and attached duplex
on triple lots 20, 374 sq. ft. ask-
ing price, $625,000.

YELLOW ELDER, 3 bed 1
bath house with an. efficiency
and small shop, $130,000 as is
or $139,000 with completed
renovations.

HIGHLAND PARK, spacious
furnished 3 bed:3 bath house,
open kitchen, wooden ceiling,



central a/c, electric gate,
$450,000.
OFF PRINCE CHARLES

DRIVE, spacious 4 bed, 3 bath
house on large enclosed land-
scaped property, central a/c
was $375,000 reduced _ to
$300,000 for quick sale.

EAST STREET, 2 .- storey
commercial building near Wulff
Road, contains 3 stores and 5
apartment units, $350,000.

COLLINS AVENUE, hilltop 2

bed, 1 bath furnished condo,
$200,000.
OFF MARKET STREET

NORTH, brand new: 2 bed 2
bath, was $140,000 reduced to
$1 27, ooo.

J.F.K. DRIVE, investment
property, fully rented 7-unit
apartment building, $695,000.

SOLDIER ROAD,
rey commercial building,
for church $450,000

large 2 sto-
ideal

| DRIVE, near City Market,

ST. ALBANS DRIVE, 1 bed 1
bath condo, $95,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
spacious 3 bed, 2 bath house,
centrai air, large property,
$250,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD, tri-
plex building, each unit 2 bed 1
Bath, $275,000.

COLONY VILLAGE, 3 storey
luxury townhouse, 3 bed 2 1 ?
bath central-air, gated com-
plex, $350,000.

PINEWOOD, 2 storey 4 bed 3
bath house, fully enclosed,
$196,000.

LINCOLN BLVD. large duplex,
needs some repairs, $135,000.
OFF PRINCE CHARLES
at-
tractive 4 unit apartment com-
plex, $375,000.

KOOL ACRES, incomplete 8
unit apartment complex on lot
74 x 150, $250,000.

LONG: ISEAND:
“Ocean view ..

. Hilltop Lots <
“Beach Access. eo

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’ Prices from $25, 000: *
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E-mail:

Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser

Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser





VACANT PROPERTIES

CORAL HARBOUR AREA, 2
acres farmland, $240,000.

NIVEN MEADOWS, new de-
velopment off JFK, residential

lots, $65,000.

OFF FARRINGTON ROAD
elevated lot 64x86 zoned for
duplex or house, $49,000.



SOUTHERN _ HEIGHTS, large
residential lot over 10,000 sq.
ft., $90,000.

WESTWARD VILLAS, Cable

Beach area_ residential lot
$110,000.

JOANS HEIGHTS, duplex lot
50x100, $65,000.

OFF FARRINGTON RD., du-



plex lot 50x100, $58,000.

WEST WINDS,
$120,000.

OFF FARRINGTON ROAD,
Duplex Lot 50x100, $58,500.

duplex lot,

WEST WINDS, Dupiex lot,
$120,000.
BALMORAL, residential lot in

new exclusive gated commu-
nity 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,
$6 million each.

CHARLOTTEVILLE ,clevated
lot, $165,000.

SOUTH SEAS, residential lots,

$90,000. |
-2-
WILTON STREET, near Tops
Lumber, commercial corner
lot, $220,000.

FOX HILL, elevated duplex lot,
50x100, $55,000.

WESTWINDS, duplex lot in ex-

clusive gated community,
$130,000.
FOX HILL, large apartment lot

65x200 zoned for 8 unit apart-
ment, $120,000.

MARSHALL ROAD, duplex lot

70x100, $85,000.

OFF SANDILANDS VILLAGE

ROAD. _ jarge: “triplex — lot,
$90

VACANT PROPERTIES

OFF EAST STREET NORTH,

‘ 50 x 100 lot, $56,000.

ABUNDANT LIFE
large commercial lot running
from street to street, 100x300,
$395,000.

WILTON STREET, commercial

~ cornet lot 100x124, $220,000.

WINTON HEIGHTS,
ner lot, 120x125,
$165,000.

BLACKBEARDS _ TERRACE,

large cor-
reduced to

residential lot; 100x197,
$200,000.

OFF COWPEN ROAD,
multi-family lot, 50x129,
$90,000.

WESTWIND, residential lot,
$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, du-
plex 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 apart-
ment was $210,000 reduced
to $175,000 for quick sale.

lot,

a

CAT ISLAND, 20 acres,
$300,000.

MOUNT PLEASANT, large

multi-family lot over 15,000sq.
ft., $150,000.

‘OFF WEST BAY STREET,

near Yuma Estates residential
lot, $105,000.

SAFFRON HILLS, hill top resi-
dential lot, $165,000.

SPRINGFIELD
57x125, $90,000.

NORTH ___WESTRIDGE, 6
acres, $1.75 Million.

3-PCS LAND FOR SALE
$40,000
In Exuma
10,000 sq. foot each
Tel: 364-2198,422-1943 or
465-9539

ROAD

ROAD,



SERENITY - A tranquil and ex ex-
clusive gated community lo-
cated in Western New Provi-
dence near Lyford Cay.t It is
an affordable Island lifestyle
with resort amenities tiiat in-
clude: Kids playgrounds and
water spouts, Club House and
Recreation Centre, Spas, Fully
Equipped Gym, Tennis and
Basket Ball Courts, Adult and
Children Pools and 24hr Secu-
rity.¢ Lots start at only $85,000
for -Residentia! and $115,000
for Multi-family.t First Phase is
30% sold out secure yours
NOW with only 5% down!!

SERENITY ESTATES -
upscale community boasts of
23 beautiful estate lots oppo-
site Serenityis _ main
entrance.t These large lots
are ideal for estate homes with
elongated entrances and prop-
erty dimensions from 100x310
making ample room for both
front and back yard. space.t
Lots start at only $250,000 se-
cure yours TODAY with only
5% down!!

SAFFRON HILLS - A luxury
gated community located out
West just opposite Orange Hill
Beach with amazing Ocean
Views and elevations that pro-
vide a.calming lifestyle. This
exclusive community has
amenities which include: Spa,
Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts
and 24hr Security.t Residen-
tial Lots are only $175,000
with a 5% deposit.t. Call us
NOW only a few lots avail-
able!!

INDIGO - This residential gated
community is located in West-
ern New Providence just oppo-
site. Orange Hill Beach is
home to a number of residents
with picturesque ocean. views
and green spaces.t This in-
vestment paradise has only a
Four-plex Lot for $190,000 re-
maining. tAct QUICKLY!!

WEST WINDS - A charming
and elegant gated community
located on West Bay Street
just opposite Love Beach has
several beautiful homes and
apartments and is one of the
most sought after communities
in Nassau.t This community is
sold out with resaleis starting
at only $120,000 for residential
and $140,000 for Duplex
Lots.t Invest TODAY!!

CHARLOTTEVILLE - 3 bed-
room 2.5 bath spacious home
at $595,000 (Just completed)

CHARLOTTEVILLE - 3. bed-
room 2.5 bath two-storey home
beautifully designed at
$610,000 (Just completed)
Phone: 323-8000
Email: info @ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com

“This”

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SANDRANIA GARDENS __ -
Large Duplex Lot 9,381 SF
reat investment opportunity at
150,000

COMMERCIAL - Two buildings
located on East Street only 1/2
mile from downtown $450,000

NORMANI’S CAY VILLA - An
Adrianna Hoyos Asian inspired
interior. design .fully furnished
and equipped luxury, 3 bed-
rooms 3 Q bath beachfront
villa rests on 120 ft of beautiful
sandy beaches and amazing
ocean views.t This private oa-
sis boasts of designer touches
such as: IPE wood flooring,
Kitchen-aid stainless steel ap-
pliances, Marble Baths and
more.t Just listed at
$2,000,000

NORMAN’’S CAY BEACH
FRONT LOT - This ideal home
site of 33,000 square feet pro-
vides the ultimate vacation
getaway with a private airstrip
on the Island for easy access.
A huge residential lot selling at
only $600,000

NORMAN’S CAY_~ ESTATE
LOTS- Four (4) adjacent lots
with breathtaking panoramic

views and 414 ft on the beauti-

ful Exuma Sound.t These
prime lots total just under 2
acres and provide a relaxing
escape.t OFFERED AT
$1,600,000!!

=
HOPE TOWN ABACO - A
large residential lot, 24,000 sq.
ft with partial Ocean views less
than 300 ft from white sandy
beaches in a quaint town of
Abaco.t A_ steal at ONLY
$180,000

Phone: 323-8000

Email: info@ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com -

Abaco: next to winding bay
100x600 on the main road
overlooking the sound includes
main house guest cottage can
be purchased as a package or
will separate have pians for 5
lots. priced at $550,000.00 net
for the whole package. financ-
ing available call 376-5422 for
more details.





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EXCLUSIVES

ABACO! 10,000 SF lot just
one block to Eight Mile Bay
and its. beautiful Atlantic beach.
Partially undercut and ready to
build. Web Ref: 564209. Price:
$35, 000

EXUMA! 10,000 SF Residen-
tial lot currently offered at a
very good price providing a
great opportunity to invest in
the future. Just a short walk to
‘the sea. Web Ref: 564387
Price: $70,000

ELEUTHERA! Waterfront prop-

erty on the = mainland of
Eleuthera. Dramatic rocky
shores & serene beaches

grace this beautiful area. Just
across the harbour from fa-
mous Harbour Island. Web
Ref: 564386 Price: $175,000

SOUTH BEACH! Comfortable
2bd/2bt home with enclosed
yard and space to expand if
one desires. Features central
a/c, tiled throughout, timbered
ceilings, crown moulding, ceil-
ing fans and a patio at the rear
of the property. Zoned
multi-family and could be con-
verted intu duplex. Web Ref:
564419. Price: $200,000

VIZCAYA AT WESTRIDGE
ESTATES! New development
boasts a modern twist to colo-
nial style. Will offer gated ac-
cess, pool, playground, cabana
& beautiful landscaping.
2bd/2bt condos with great fea-
tures available, reserve today!
Web Ref: 564111. Price:
$269,900

KOOL ACRES! 3b/2.5bt family
home built for fun and family
gatherings. Game room _ with
pool table and an outside bar &
entertainment area. Marble
tiled floors, corian. countertops
and much more. Web ‘Ref:
564292. Price: $395,000

. SANDYPORT! ldyllic, residen-
tial lot with 6,403 SF in popular
- gated community with more
than enough room to build your
dream home on canal front lot
and beach access. Web Ref:
564416. Price: $450,000

SALES

SIR LYNDEN PINDLING ES-
TATES! Clean, comfortable
3bd/2bt home features Tiled
floors with carpet in bedrooms,
security bars on all windows,
and efficient kitchen. Sold with
appliances. Web Ref: 564382.
Price: $189,000
MILLER'S SOUND! | Duplex
with foundation for 3rd unit lo-
cated with each units having
2bd/1bt. Open living area, se-
curity bars, crown moulding &
tiles in living areas with carpet
in bedrooms. Web Ref:
563924. Price: $250,000
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-396-0000

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BAHAMAS

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LOVE BEACH! Just a_ short
walk to a beautiful beach this
2bd/2bt condo in gated com-
munity offers screened-in patio
with ocean views, cool
breezes, timbered ceilings, hur-
ricane* shutters & in house
washer/dryer. Fully furnished.
Web Ref: 564192 Price:
$269,000

EAST BAY ST! Very spacious,
recently renovated 2bd condo
is centrally & conveniently lo-
cated within gated community.
Great views of Nassau's har-
bour & Paradise Is offered fully

and comfortably furnished.
Web Ref: 563902. Price:
$325,000 For Rent: $2,500
p/m

WEST BAY ST! Residential lot
with 16,919 SF opposite the
sea offering great views and
cool ocean breezes. Web Ref:
564463 Price: $395,000

CABLE BEACH! Spacious
2bd/2bt condo in gated com-
munity on the water front with
panoramic views. Lots of ex-
tras. Offered comfortably fur-
nished. Wrap-around balcony.
Web Ref: 564412. Price:

$595,000 :

FOR RENT
VILLAGE RD! Studio apart-
ment in central. and convenient
location in gated community
with pool. Ideal for a bachelor
or single teacher. Basically fur-
nished. Web Ref: 564370.
Price: $800 p/m
PARADISE IS! Conveniently
located 1bd/1bt condo. in quiet
community with pool/sundeck.
Nicely furnished. Web Ref:
564461 Price: $1,200 p/m
WESTWARD VILLAS! Fully
renovated 2bd/2bt townhouse
with impact resistant French
doors and rear patio. Web Ref:
564431 Price: $1,700 p/m
PARADISE IS! 2bd/1bt condo
offered fully turnkey. Commu-
nity features laundry facilities,
extensive. gardens and swim-
ming pool with spa. All handy
to recreation and all the facili-
ties and beaches. Web Ref:
564428. Price: $2,300 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
newly renovated 2bd/2bt condo
in gated community. Gorgéous
views, balcony, tastefully fur-
nished, modern kitchen with
dishwasher & more. Must See!
Web Ref: 564346. Price:
$2,800 p/m —

THE GROVE! Townhouse in
exclusive gated community
with 3bd/2.5bt & 2-car garage.
Great floor plan, lots of storage
and tastefully furnished. Web
Ref:564405 Price: $3,500 p/m
SANDYPORT! Private 3bd/
3.5bt townhouse with open ca-

nal. views and boat dock. Ele- |

gantly furnished, well ap-
pointed open kitchen & floor

plan. Nice patio downstairs
with balcony off master suite.
Web_ Ref: 564462 _ Price:
$5,300 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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"HERE ESTATE
HOUSE FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bathroom,

semi-furnished, $130,000.-
Tel:392-3596, or 422-5743.



Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
. Fax: 328-2037
Email: info @ adlerrealtyltd.com
www.adlerrealtyltd.com
LOTS:
Web ref 10007 off Robinson
Road 7,180 s.f. $ 106,000



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Web _ ref: 10008 Hamilton
Rd.off Kemp Rd. 100 x 50] Cable Beach Lot for Sale.
$68,000

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Web ref 10009 Sunset Park 60
x 100 $ 79,000

Web ref 10010 Yamacraw
Beach 87 x 100 $ 112,000

Web ref 10011 Vanessa | Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806
Close, Seabreeze 40 x 145 $ :
80,000 -

Web ref 10012 West Wind 60
x 100 $131,000

Web ref 10013 Mt.
100 x 50 $83,000
Web ref 10014 Prince Charles
Dr. 10,609 s.f. $162,000

Web ref 10015 Nassau East
South Residential It. $150,000

Pleasant



Web ref 10027 off Harrold
Hee ee iStesteate"e" | PAT STRACHAN
Web ref 10042-Kennedy Subd. Really Sales.

60 x 100 $61,000

MULTI-FAMILY

Web ref 642 Avocado Gar-
dens 2b/2b & 2/1 $240,000
Web ref 643 Grant St. off Ber-
nard Rd. 4 Plex $249,000

DUPLEX LOTS.

Off Faith Ave South
Owner Financing available
50x139, $95,000.00
$9,500 Down
Monthly $1,226.69, 10 years

Web ref 644 Comfort St, Hay
St- Triplex 1-2b, 1b 2 1B 50x10, $75,000.00
$180,000.00 $7,500.00 Down

Monthly $968.37, 10 years -
Drawings included
For more info tel 323-1983.

10,000 SQ. FT
Available near Sandals Exuma,
Bahama Sound
Call now 544-5757 only 38K

MUST HAVE!

Duplex Lot For Sale.

Web ref 645 Gamble Heights-
4 plex 2-2Bed 1 Bth 2-1Bed
1bth $444,000.00

Web ref 646 Victoria Gdns.-
plex Preconst. $155,000

SEA BREEZE spacious home
up to belt course on a large lot
in a quiet desirable area. fin-
shed home to Your liken or
use owners approved plan
Asking $185k.
327-4107/424-7585.

Off
PRICED TO SELL REDUCED Farrington Road & lightbourne
CORAL HARBOUR Ave. “Rockcrusher”
3 ee a soma coat eNed:
ie: 2 POON $58,500.

$249,000 obo.
Call: 432-9388

FOR SALE
Hilltop lot in Westridge
1.014 Acres. Residential
Net Price $330,000
Serious inquiries only
Please call 457-4185 to view

Phone 465-1058.

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated
community,
Coral Harbour

APPROVED ps Foes
3 HOTEL DRAWINGS a een Soe
room, Bar estaurant
, : a arry ams
Val 20,000.00. 3
Asking 10,000.00 544-3714.

Telephone 323-1983.
LOT FOR SALE

CARI COE. in Sandyport. Water.

MULTI-FAMILY LOT

50x138_ $94,000.00 Colour

PHONE: 395-7594 #2
Email:armbristersheila @ yahoo. intsfested persona contact
aoe 363-2084

DUPLEX PROPERTY, 60x100,
off ‘Malcolm Allotment. Asking
$65K. Call 364-7927 ask for
mrs Sands.

Building on
Charles Vincent St.
with 7 shop spaces for sales or.
lease. Call 322-4260

cmackey @tribunemedia.



REAL ESTATE



WINDERMERE, ELEUTHERA.
Oceanfront Condo on exclusive
Winderrmere island’s
5-mile pink sand beach.
Spacious efficiency suite,
central A/C, kitchen, patio,
fully furnished. $270,000 or

RENT $1500/wk. :
(242)327-8719, 557-3172.
renascence @coralwave.com.
allens @coralwave.com

GATED WEST OF
ORANGE HILL BEACH
GOOD LOCATION,
SWIMMING POOL, TENNIS

COURTS,
BASKETBALL GOURT.
RESIDENTIAL LOT SPECIAL
Reo] 08
CAEL 457-0581: OR 393-1735



BATH
custom

4 BEDROOM, 3.5
Townhouse with
kitchen, high ceilings, — etc.
Residence have a open living
plan with-sliding glass. doors
that: open out to a_large cov-
ered patio overlooking land-
scaped gardens and the pool.
For Sale. Interested person call
363-2084.

FLAMINGO HOME BUILDERS
Suite #12, Royal Palm Mall.
Phone: 394-2002,

Fax: 394-6100

E-mail:

flamingohomebuilders1 @ hot-
mail.com

3 bedroom House starting from
$120,000 also included in the
price, fridge, stove, microwave.

TWO ADJOURNING LOTS in

prestigious Turnberry
Development, 13,592 sq.ft,
together totaling 23,192 sq. ft.
Lots are slightly elevated and
attractively located. Selling as
a package for $500, 000 Net or
$285, 000 Net respectively
ono. No agents. Tel 327-8639,
or 427-7708.

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY

(2) two adjacent properties,
10,000 sq ft appraised at
$60,000 dollars in totat reduced
to $55,000. ono for both proper-
ties. Located Bahama Sound,
Ocean Addition East, Exuma.
Ph: 225-3107 hour, 424-1941
cell

San Souci, Under Construc-
tion: 3 Bedroom home, 2 1/2
Bath, study, pantry and large
laundry. Being sold AS |S.
Valued to dated: $418,000. Be-
ing sold for $295,000 net.
16,511 sq. ft. lot ‘
House size 3,000sq. ft.

Call 359-3489.

FOR SALE
3 bed, 2 bath house with 1 bed
apartment attached.Cockburn
St,off Bernard Road. Good
investment opportunity.
$180,000 net O.N.O
Ph: 468-1374 or 364-6411.
No calls after 5:30 p.m

let





PROPERTY
6,000 Sq. Ft
65K
Great for small business
Welding Company
Ph:361-2721 ,433-0792
Windsor Terrace off Malcomb

Road

LOT FOR SALE
Westwinds Multi Family
$125,000 :
St. Vincent Road
Fourplex Lot
$110,000
_ Call 423-7695

MULTI-FAMILY LOT -
65x100
LOCATED IN THE WEST,
$109,000.PRICED FOR
QUICK SALE.
ABSOLUTELY NO AGENTS!
424-8594

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
FOR SALE By Owners
West Winds
Gated community near Love
Beach; 6,724 sq. ft, $114,000
PH: 426-3610, 322-4531.OR
- 433-7839



2 BED, 2 BATH, Seabreeze.
Spacious, fridge & stove, $850
p.m. Ph: 323-6496/376-3206 °

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH APT.
Pineyard Road. Fridge, stove,
water, a/c, $700 per month,
$400 security deposit.
Ph: 364-2122/ 457-1527

NEWLY BUILT 1

bed apts.
Joan’s Heights East,semi
furnished’. w/water $650 &

furnsihed w/ utilities. $750

1 BEDROOM EFFICIENCY off
utilties included,
in.

Wulff Rd, all
$160 p.w, $700 to move
Single person. Ph: 392-5364



GUEST HOUSE ully furnished
w/a/c, near Sandyport,
$2,000 p.m.

Ph: 327-0520
(evening),436-9659

EAST PARK OFF PRINCE
CHARLES: Spacious 2bed, 2
bath apt. Fridge, stove,washer

dryer, A/c & water included.

Call 364-6085 or 454-9544,

$900 per month



SEMI-FURNISHED efficiency in
Pinewood Gardens, all utilities
included, $130 p.w. Single
person or couple. No kids.
Ph: 392-0181/429-4922

YAMACRAW

SHORES APT.

2 bed, 1-bath,water, fridge
stove included, $700 p.m.$400
security deposit.
Ph:47-1421/ 364-7877
YAMACRAW SHORES: One
bedroom apt, semi-furnished.
Water included. $750 per mont.

364-7465 after 6pm.



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2 BEDROOM, 1 BATHROOM
APT. Pineyard road. fridge,
stove,water, a/c, 4700 per

month,$400 security deposit.
Ph: 364-2122 or 457-1527

NAIL BOOTH RENTAL in high

traffic area. Must be
professional and have own
clientele. 323-2982

SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM, 1-
BATH APT, Carmichael Road,
off Faith Ave, sec bars, A/C,
blinds, stove, fridge and water
incl. $750/pm, 1st, last plus
sec. Tel 341-3793, 426-0973.

SECURED, LARGE, fully

furnished, one bedroom
apartment, air conditioned,
ceiling fans, fenced yard,
adequate parking, laundry
facilities, phone and water
included. Own telephone line
and cable ready. Tel: 324-0361.

1-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill

South, remote access, fridge,
stove, microwave, sec bars, air
conditioned, gas & water
included, enclosed yard. First &
last plus security deposit. $600
per month. Contact 341-2231.

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
rooms for rent bed, light, water,
fridge, stove. a/c, ceiling fan
$450 to move in, $125 weekly.
Tel 364-3100.

FURNISHED
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APT. Light and water
included. $650 per
month, first, and last
rent required plus
security deposit.
Tel:356-7479.

CABLE BEACH, BelAir Apt.
Spacious, clean 1-bedroom
apt, fully furnished, A/C, and
ceiling fan, laundry fac, se-
cured windows... Water incl.
Sorry. no_ children (or pets.
$850/pm first, last & $500 sec
dep. To view call 327-7601,
445-1327.

2-BED, 1-BATH apartment,
burglar bars, enclosed yard,
cable,telephone ready,
Price $700 p/m.
Lumumbla West off Joe
Farrington Road.
Ph: 364-2066, 558-1956

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Faith
Ave, fridge, stove, water, ‘a/c
incl. No pets. $750/pm, + $450
sec dep. Call 376-6771,
324-9537.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Pine-

yard Road, fridge, stove, water,
A/C, s/bars. $700/pm, first, last

plus $400 sec. Phone
364-2122/457-1527.
BOATSWAIN_ HILL: 2-bed,

1-bath Apt, Carmichael Road.

West, fridge, stove, water,
ceiling fans. $650/pm, $400
sec. Tel:362-0647, 431 -4508.

HUTCH CAVE ROAD, off Faith

Ave West. 2 bed,.1 bath, first,
last sec, $650 per month.
Ph: 376-3673








2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH house
on .the beach with boat slip.
Fully equipped and furnished,
ready to move in. Standby gen-
erator. Cable and _ internet
ready. . Spacious garden.
$2250/month ($2750 inclusive
of utilities) Ph: 324-1457.
Cell 525-9160 or 393-1760

-3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
furnished house, $1500 per
month. 324-3248, 426-8509
Imperial Park

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM
Enclosed yard
Washer & Dryer included

Garden Hills #3 -
$1200.00p/m
341-048 1/443-4964/225-3582

3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE,
Sears Road. $1350.
32:7-0667/424-3330.
For details/viewing.

5 MINS WALK to beach. Lee-
ward East, Ig 2 bedroom, 1
bath, unfurnished. AC, burglar
bars, enclosed yard. $750/mth.
Phone 364-5827

APARTMENT EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT
1 bedroom, 1 bath.
semi furnished.
Call 422-5175 / 323-7625.

APARTMENT EFFICIENCY for
rent. Light, water and internet
included. Ideal for college stu-
dents. $550 per month. Phone
364-7906.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedrroos, 1 bath, water, a/c,
refrigerator 7 stove, $725 per

month, $300 security,

Yamacraw Beach Estates.

Ph:242-357-7714 ~

APARTMENT FOR: RENT.
Centrally located.
2 bedrooms.
Call 394-2035 or 424-8095.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, Rock
Crusher Road. Tel
395-1489/322-6492.





NEWLY BUILT 2 bed, 1 bath,
. Off Fire Trail Rd, water, AC,
s/bars included.$700/pm.
Call 341-1542,359-1871.

1-BEDROOM APT, light, wa-
ter, cable, fridge, stove, a/c,
bars. $670/mth, first, last, $300
security. Ridgeland park West.
322-341 2/454-8310.

CABLE BEACH,
bed, 2.5 bath, ocean front
property, east of Sandals
$4,500/pm_included utilities,
phone & cable. 9327-5316,
427-6526.

furnished 5

BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
furniture included. Off CW
Saunders Highway. Call
394-7528, 433-4992, Mr
Brown.

BLAIR ESTATES: Brand new
condos approx. 1300 square ft.
all top of the line amenities 2
bed 1 1/2 bath with laundry fa-
cilities private patio comes fully
furnished includes water, cable
and internet ready. Priced from
$2,000.00 per month ‘ist,
and 1 month security deposit
required. Call 376-5422 for
more details.

last




CABLE BEACH:

Towhnouse For rent
2-bed, 1.5-bath, fully furnished,
ated, $2,500 per month.
all:424-3797, 376-1064.

CORAL HARBOUR
3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom
Townhouse
$1,500.00 per month
Water included
557-1856 / 556-9830

Cowpen Road (Quiet Area)

-Furnished 1 Bedroom/1 Bath-

room

-$850 Per Month/$22/weekly,

1st and Last plus Security

De-

posit

-Includes Water and Light
Telephone:

DOWNSTAIRS 1-bedroom apt,
fully furnished included. All utili-
ties. $210 per week. Tel
392-4171.

DUPLEX APT IN GATED
COMMUNITY
West Wind Subdivsion
2 bed, 1 bath
Stainless Fridge, stove,
micrwave ,a/c in
bedroom, wooden blinds &
water included.
Call 502-2371 Esther or
362-2754

DUPLEX, newly renovated,
2-bed, 1-bath, burglar bars, air
cond, fridge, stove, washing
machine. Enclosed yard. Kool
Acres, $750. Water included.
Must see to appreciate.
322-3814, 324-7064 evenings.

EAST PARK OFF PRINCE
CHARLES: Spacious 2bed, 2
bath apt. Fridge, stove, washer
and dryer. A/c & water
included. Call : 364-6085 or
454-9544, $900 per month

EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,
furnished, no pets/children, ca-
ble and telephone ready, laun-
dry room on compound, West-
ern District, $580 monthly.
Phone 325-0318.

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT

Houses, Apartments, Condos, |

West, Paradise Island beach-
front. Gated communities.
$1,000, $1,500, $3,000. -Much

more!
Tel:393-0868/454-1230

FOR RENT
Two bed, one bath apartment,
cable included, $650 pm.First
and last month rent plus $400
security ed pers required.
IMereeie poo call

EFFICIENCY, furnished. Bellot
Rd. eree p.w. Ph: 361-2430








PAT STRACHAN
Really Sales

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. 12ft. Pull-up door,

bath, $4,000.00/month.
Tel 323-1983, 424-8028.

FOX HILL ROAD, south of
Blanco, one bedroom apt, fully
furnished. Tel: 364-3465,
324-2329

FOXDALE SUBDIVISION:
1-bedroom, fully furnished apt.,
A/C, security screens, water in-
cluded. Seoo/month, Tel
324-0833

FULLY FURNISHED CONDO,
located on PI, two bedrooms,
2.5 bath, basic cable, water
and. telephone included. No
pets, pool available. $2300 per
month. Contact 394-6898, or
431-1626.

FULLY FURNISHED EFFI-
CIENCY in Garden Hills. Light,
water and_ cable included.
$650/pm, $300 sec dep. Tel
341-3357.

FULLY FURNISHED, one
bedroom, one bathroom apt,
spacious. Water,cable, cooking
gee. -Just bring your clothes, off
t. Vincent, $700 p/m. No kids

please. Ph: 364-7461

GORGEOUS ONE BEDROOM
efficiency cottage off Eastern
Road. Perfect for single peson
or temporary resident. E.G
teacher, $900 monthly, utilities
included. Call 324-7392

GREENWOOD Road, Off Vil-
lage Rd, quiet dead end road.
Newly renovated upstairs, 1
bedroom, 1-bath, a/c through
out. All new basic furniture,

security, lights and washer/
dryer included. $800 _ per
month, electricity, gas, cable

and phone extra, no children/
pets.
Contact:393-1687 after 1 p.m

HIGH VISTA: 1. bedroom
apartment, furnished, light,
water, cable, internet, a/c
included, $976 p/m - ‘st, last,
$300 security. Tel:502-6461/
364-3644

HOUSE FOR RENT
GOLDEN GATES
ENCLOSED YARD,
FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
HURRICANE SHUTTERS,
GENERATOR, LAUNDRY
FACILITIES, AL SYSTEM,
ELECTRICAL GATE. WATER,
INCLUDED. $900/PM.
CONTACT 341-3762 AFTER
5:30PM

HOUSE FOR RENT. Highland
Park Villas, $1500.00 per
month. Ph: 323-0178,
376-1530

3 BED, 2.5 TOWNHOUSE
CARIBBEAN _ GARDENS __ off
Gladstone Road, _ furnished,
$1200/p.m.

Tel: 394-8731/2 or 364-2188 |

JOAN'S HEIGHT East,
1 bedroom, semi furnished,
$600 - $180 p/w. Ph: 392-5364

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD:

2 1-bedroom,. semi-furnished
Apts, $550.00 & $600.00
monthly; or $140.00 & $160.00
weekly. First month only along
with sec dep, $300.00. Water
& cable included. NO kids/pets:
Phone 324-3287, 455-1263.

MARIO SUPER CUTS
Barber Booths For rent,
Lincoln Blvd off Robinson Rd,
Ph# 325-4180 / 425-6819
Must have clients

MONESTARY PARK:
NEWLY BUILT — SEMI-
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOMS,
1 BATH APT. Water Included
$850. (semi-furnished)
Contact: 302- 6005, 557- 4393

NAIL AND HAIR BOOTH FOR
RENT, also lady to work .on
commission.Ph: eee
425-2695 :

NAUTICA
LUXURY CONDO west, fully
furnished, gated community 3
bed, 2.5 bath, private
townhouse, large outdoor
patio, garage, 2 swimming
pools, cable and internet ready,

beach access. Tel: 327-4789,

424-6755

NEAR P.1I BRIDGE, 1 bedroom
apartment, semi-furnished,
$600 per month, water in-
cluded. Ph:376-4881

NEW APARTMENT - NASSAU
VILLAGE, WILLIAM ST, 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, light and water
included. $780/mth.
1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, Utili-
ties included. $650.

Telephone 393-8264

NEW SPACE AVAILABLE for ~

office, internet lounge, barber,
beauty saloon or retail outlet
upstirs. Located Crooked
Island street The Grove,
$1000.00 p.m. First & last and”
security deposit of $800.
Ph: 677-5084, 361-4495 or
457- 1050

NEW STUDIO APT.
Fridge,stove,water included,
1 mature, quiet only.
Carmichael Rd.1st left after
Spikenard Rd,
$500 month,$300 security.
Tel:436-4629

NEW TOWNHOUSE 2 bed, 1.5
bath,water and cable
included,$700 p.m. Carmichael
Rd.Ph: 326-1893

NEW TOWNHOUSE near St.
Andrews School. 2 bedroom,
2.5bath,stove, refrigerator,
washer, dryer, $1, 350.00/month.
Ph: 364-7893

NEWLY BUILT 1-bedroom effi-
ciency Rolle’s Terrace, Fox
Hill, water, cable, a/c, fan, se-
cured environment, $500/pm,
first, last plus sec dep $400.
525-358/324-9588

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Millar’s Height,water
included, burglar bars,central
air condition, waelt room, $800

Ph: 341 23067/454-4836



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NEWLY BUILT .two bedroom,
apt, fridge; stove, water, central
air incl. 750/mth. Call
341-5909.

NEWLY RENOVATED 2 beca-
room, Farrington Road. Secu-
rity screens. $525 monthly, or
$130/weekly.

Phone 393-2606, 393-2888.

NEWLY-BUILT Off Bernard
near Dannotage Est.On-A-Hill,
2 bedroom, burglar bars, water
included. Ph:565-6424 Must
see to appreciate

NICE 2 BEDROOM HOUSE
quiet area of Yamacraw Road,
$950 per month, first, last
month, plus $500 sec. Water

and light included. é
Tel 525-6615, 636-1530,
392-4209.

NICE CLEAN 1-bedroom Apt.
pated community, 5 min from

Good area $675. 393-2559,
sas 1230.

NOW RENTING BOOTHS
(or COMMISSION BASE).
Transition Salon, Spa and
Beauty Supplies, Coral Har-
bour Shopping Center. Barbers
Hair Stylist, Nail Tech and Mas-
sage Therapist, 362-2284

OFF CARMICHAEL, brand
new efficiency, gated environ-
ment, all utilities, fridge, stove,
b/bars, dinette included, $725

m.
Ph: 565-9835, 422-3962

OFF ST VINCENT ROAD:
Fridge and stove included. 1
bedroom apt,central air $600

and sec required.
Contact 423-5228.

OFFICE RECEPTIONIST
Must be Bahamian
Applicant only. Downtown

location. 9am-4:30pm.,



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.
Ph: 394-7064 or 425-2695

OFFICE/SHOP SPACE

available. Deal's Plaza,
Mackey Street. Phone
327-6252/432-9799.

ONE AIR-CONDITIONED
APARTMENT,SAN SOUCI,
avaiable now, completely fur-
nished, one bedroom apt, full
bathroom with large walk-in
closet, full kitchen, including full
tank of gas, washing machine,
al appliance are branew new.
Utilities included: Light, water
and cable, premises is internet
and telephone ready. $900 first
~and last month, yearly rent
agreement preferred. Single
occupancy - preferred. Ideal for
professional person. Quiet
environment, premises are
enclosed. Ph:326-7218 or
302-9521 days, 364-8072
nights
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, $480 per

month,water included. Eastern
Area. Ph: 434-0966

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
in Smithville. Phone 364-5691
after 5pm. 7

ONE BEDROOM APT Water,

light, _ cable, —b/bar, hone
ready, an BHvate yard. hone
364-02



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ONE BEDROOM APT, fur-
nished, water, Turnquest Ave,
Stapledon Gardens. $700/mth.
326-4302.

ONE BEDROOM APT. $650.
TEL 364-5019

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
APT available from Sunday,
Feb 14. Fully furnished, own
bathroom facilities. Light, water
and cable included. Own park-
ing space and washer facilities
included. Security bars and
A/C. Located in secure prem-
ises in quiet Eastern New
Providence area. Within walk-
ing distance of food store. $165
per week, first and last week's
rent, plus $300 sec dep. No
pets or children, ages: 25+
non-smoker preferred. Week-
day viewings after 6pm.
Tel 324-9714, 565-8857.

ONE BEDROOM, one _ bath
apt. Stove, refrigerator & a/c
unit included.
Ph: 362-1062

ONE FURNISHED BEDROOM
APT, water, 116ht, ceiling fan,
cable, bars. $175.00 per week.
364-7296.

ONE FURNISHED ROOM.
Water/cable. $160 p/w.
Telephone 361-5589.

ONE LARGE EFFICIENCY
fully furnished water, light, ca-
ble included. - Johnson Road
Estate -$650.00 per month -
phone 364-2350

ONE-BED APT for rent.
West Bay St.
Tel: 323-5485, 6-9/pm
Cell: 558-0365. Mr Williams
9:00-6:00/p.m.

PARADISE ISLAND: Fur-
nished efficiency apartment on
property with laundry facilities,
two: pools and tennis. court.
$850/mo. includes water. To
view call. 393-8809,Mon-Fri,
9-4.

PILOT HOUSE CONDO com-
pletely furnished, swimming
pool, 24-hour security, gym
opp, pool deck, walking dis-
tance to shopping centre. Tel
Don Russell, 393-2259.

PINEWOOD GARDENS: One
bedroom apt, light, water &
cable included. Fenced- in

yard, hurricane Home:

(242)361-7628, cell: 454-5526,

426-8156.

PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL
ROOMS FOR RENT
MIAMI, FLA

Short Term Stay:

With Bahamian:
SuperBowl, Shopping, Vaca-
tioning, | Recuperating/Surgery
North Miami Beach area, 15
miles, Miami or Ft Lauderdale
Airport Close to shopping cen-
ters, affordable rates.

Call (786)-253-0945.

PURE HAIR AND NAILS SPA
‘BOOTH for rent.
Brand new. East St,
322-2801, 322-7650,
565-8190.

SEMI-FURNISHED 1-bed Effi-
ciency. Utilities included, Coral
Harbour, $600 monthly, $300
sec dep. Phone 362-2132.

Two

SANDILANDS VILLAGE, 2

bedroom apt. Fridge,stove,

water, ceiling fan,bars, $700

p.m. First and last plus $650
security deposit.

Ph: 324-1006 or 557-4254

SEMI FURNISHED APT, C/air,

2-bed, 1-bath, $950 p.m,$950
security deposit. Seabreeze
Lane. Ph: 429-4829

SEMI-FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY , Twynam
Heights, winton.Water and
light. $485/month , first, last, $300
security. Ph: 467-4556

SEMI-FURNISHED 2 bedroom,

1 bath, light & water included.
$425 per rm/mth. Telephone
393-8264.

SEMI-FURNISHED APT, light,

water & cable incl. $550/pm +
$300 sec dep. 356-2254.

SEMI-FURNISHED efficiency
in Pinewood Gardens, all

utilities included, $130 p.w.
Single person or couple.No

kids. Ph: 392-0181/429-4922



SEVEN SHOP SPACES
for rent at #97 Charles Vincent
St. For More Information please
call 322-4260

COLLIN’S AVE, one efficiency
semi-furnished apartment. Call
356-3396 or email:
lw2nas @ hotmail.com

SHOP/OFFICE Island Plaza
$800-$1000. 327-0667,
424-3330 for details/viewing

SOUTH BEACH: 1-bed, 1-bath
incl: fridge, stove, water, cable,
$550/pm, $300 sec. 376-9343

SPACE IDEAL FOR NAIL
SALOON
Available Feb 15, 2010
Located Crooked Island street
The Grove, $400 p.m. First,
last and security deposit $300
Ph: 677-5084, 361-4495,
455-1995 or 157-1050

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath, tall
Pine Nursery, security bars,
own water,$700 p.m

Ph: 361-5556
SPACIOUS 1-B/R,_ 1-BATH,
Out East, light, water, cable,
fridge and_ stove _ included,
$850/pm with A/C, $950/pm,
$300 dep req.

Executive cottage 4 b/r, 2 bath,

Cable Beach, $3500/pm.
Phone 425-3003.
SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM

APT, Cowpen Road, burglar
bars, cable and phone ready,

water included. $550 per
month, first and last month,
$500 siec dep. Phone
341-2613.

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM Apt,
furnished, enclosed yard, Sea
Breeze Est. $700 plus $400
sec dep. Phone 324-4611.

BEDROOM APART-
MENT for rent. Blue Hill South.
Call Mr Rolle at 324-4309.







E-mail:




FOR RENT _

SPACIOUS 2 BED, 2 BATH
partly furnished apt. A/C, basic
cable, phone and water
included,$850/month.Johnson

Ter.Ph: 324-5050/427-0925



APARTMENT
SECURITY SCREENS,
FRIDGE,STOVE, AIR
CONDITIONING,CEILING

FANS, OFF FARRINGTON
RD, S650 PER MONTH, FIRST
AND LAST MONTH RENT,
$400 SECURITY DEPOSIT.
TEL: 393-1735 , 457-0581



(2) SPACIOUS 2-BED_ 1-bth
with storage room Apt Off Ya-
macraw Rd. & (1) 1 BED 1 bth
btw Treasure Cove/Palm Key:
fridge, stove, dresser, beds,
cable, internet, computer desk,
sofa, burglar bars, gated, ceil-
ing fans, a/c, included.

$950 (2bed) $750(1bed) pm
1stlast & s/dep required
Call:455-7433. Serious In-
quires Only!

SPACIOUS ~—_2-bed, 2-bath,
c/fans, c/air, b/bars, water icl.
$750/monthly, 1st & last+sec.
Rocky Pine Road, off
Carmichael Road. Phone

468-2475 after 69m,361-7658.

SPACIOUS EFFICIENCY for
rent off Mackey Street behind
Wenay's Fridge, stove, security
bars, generator, water, & cable

included. Electricity on.
393-7358, 363-6012, or
424-9642. *
SPACIOUS one bedroom
apartment, water, blinds in-
cluded. Off CW Saunders

Highway. $550.00.
558-7299(cell), 394-8739(H).

SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM,
SEMI-FURNISHED,
KOOL ACRES,
$575.00 PER MONTH.
call 677-5385, 426-2117,
322-3293

SPACIOUS, 1 bedroom apart-
ment, Boat Swain Hill alarm,
ac, fan, fridge, stove and water
included. $600/pm and $200
sec dep. 455-0834, or
362-0688 after 5:30pm.

ST ALBANS DRIVE one bed,
one bath, furnished, no chil-
dren/pets, gas and water, cable
and telephone ready, $775 &
$800 monthly, first month’s
rent, electricity and se-
curity deposit required. Phone
323-8015.

STAPLEDON:1bed/1bath,
washer, dryer, fridge, .stoVe,
c/a/c, gated, $850 per month,
water, cable included
FOXDALE: 1 bed/1 bath effi-
ciency, fully furnished, all utilitiy
included, phone, cable, $650
per month

Call: 556-5146

TOWNHOUSE: Yamacraw, 2-

bed, 2.5-bath, fenced-yard,
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
water, cable/alarm ready.

$950. 455-9098.

UPSTAIRS 1-BEDROOM
APT, fully furnished. All. utilities
included. $220 per week. Tel
392-4171.

_ FOR RENT |

TWO & ONE BEDROOM APT
Fridge, stove, central air,
washer, dryer & water,
$900/$800.San Souci.

Ph: 324-9726



TWO (2) BEDROOM APT Kool

Acres (Eastern area),enclosed
yard,a/c, water included,ceiling
fans,security bars,cable +
telephone ready, no smoking.
Monthly payment $725 + $300
security Telephone 324-2500,
Cell 395-6146 or email: - philip-
don7 @ hotmail.com

TWO 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
Apt for rent, water included,
separate shared washroom fa-
cility, property enclosed yard,
security, bars, $1,000 _ per
month. High Vista, Eastern
Road. Phone 326-6066,
552-1320, 429-2525.

UNFURNISHD 2-BEDROOM
APT, $650/month,:. water +light
on, last month and security de-
posit. Ph:323-5770, Mr. Harris

UNFURNISHED 1-bedroom
apt,fridge,stove, c/air, $600 per
month, first/last, security/dep.
Malcolm Allotment,off Soldier
Road. Ph: 327-6252.

UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1 bath
college Gardens, secured, a/c,
bars, $650.1st,last & security
required. Ph: 557-0964,
525-3681, eve 324-4105

UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1 bath
College Gardens, secured, a/c,
bars, $650. 1st, last & security
required. Ph: 557-0964,
525-3681, eve 324-4105

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom 1
bath Apartment water included
a/c, ceiling fan Off Rocky Pine
Rd Carmichael $700.00 per
month 361-3291

2 BED, 2 BATH, Seabreeze.
Spacious, fridge & stove, $850
p.m. Ph: 323-6496/376-3206

2-BED, 2-BATH APT. Single
female seeking professional
woman to be roommates. Must
have job, driving and must
clean and on time with rent and
utility fund. No kids, 26-40
years old. Call 454-8582, Mrs
Mackey.

VERY NICE, fully furnished Ef-
ficiency, 1 bedroom, kitchen,
sitting area, $185 per week
and $400 security ,deposit in-
cluded. A/C, light, water, cable.
Tel 558-2183, or 436-5235.

WESTWINDS: Brand new
2-bed, 2-bath townhouse,
gated community.

All appliances included.

$1,800/mo: :
To view call 393-889,
Mon-Fri, 9-4.

WINSTON STREET, off Far-
rington Road. (ideal for COB
Lecturers/students). Newly
built, spacious 2 bedrooms, 1
bath apt. Semi-furnished incl:
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
blinds and security screens.
Tel: 322-5605, 557-2685.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
upstairs with walking closet,
light, water, telephone, | gas
tank included. $650/mth, first,
last month plus $300 sec dep.
Contact 361-6711.

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___FOR RENT _

1 BEDROOM AC & WATER
INCLUDED. $600 PER
MONTH, . $500 SEC DEP.
423-2877, OR 433-3535.

1 BEDROOM APT.
AVAILABLE
All utilities included.Firdge,
stove,private bath &
kitchen,phone,cable,fan,
internet.Call 423-4242,
423-2263



1.BEDROOM APTS. Fridge,
stove, cable, water,ac/, ceiling
fans,internet included. Abbies
close off Carmichael Road,
$600/month & security $500.
Ph: 468-4889, 434-7960 or
361-8528

1-BED, 1-BATH, fully
furnished, light, water, cable,
enclosed yard, s/bars,
no pets/smoking. $150/weekly
or $585/pm, $200 sec.
Tel:341-4483/425-6639,
394-0233.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH APT,
Royal Palm Gardens, off
Cowpen Road, semi-furnished,
AC, security bars, water
included. $700/pm,, first, last
plus security deposit, $400.
Tel:322-3966.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT. Water,
cable, a/c included, $700 per
month. Hall's Close, off Glad-
stone. _ Ph: 361-2703,
431-9730, 556-7617

2-BED, 1-BATH house
Yamacraw Beach. Fully
furnished, central ,a/c,water &
cable included.$1100.00 p.m.
Ph: 324-4326 after 6 p.m.

Ph: 468-6681

1-BEDROOM Twynam
Heights, Winton, semi-
furnished,$650/month, first 7
last, $500 security deposit.
Water included. Ph: 467-4556

2-BED, 2-BATH, semi-fur-
nished, fridge, stove, water in-
cluded. Good for room mates.
$775/month, $375 sec dep. Tel
341-6230.

2-BED, 2-BATH.
Westridge. $1350.
Details, 327-0667/424-3330.

2-BEDROOM APT, unfur-
nished for: rent. quiet area. Off
Faith Ave, $690/pm, 341-6955,
preferably couples.

Gated apt,









1-BEDROOM APT, semi-fur-
nished, Eastern area, fridge,
stove, ._ AC, fan, spacious,
fenced-in yard, water included.
$550, first and last plus $300
sec dep. .
Tel 364-3691, 557-1205.

1-BEDROOM FURNISHED
APT. Pinewood. Light,water &
cable. (2) Adults only $190
weekl. SD $400. Ph:392-6038

1-BEDROOM FURNISHED,
CARIBBEAN GARDENS,

off Gladstone Road, $600 p.m

Tel: 394-8731/2 or 364-2188

1-BEDROOM semi-furnished
Apt, located off Bernard Road,
water & cable included. $590
per month, first, last plus $350
sec dep required. Tel
395-2392, 455-9386.

1-BEDROOM semi-furn,
refrigerator & stove, water &
light included. $675.00/mth.
361-5382

2 1-BEDROOM APT security
bars, stove, fridge, -AC, light in-
cluded. $550/month.
Gamble Heights.
558-1244, 341-3875.

2 BED, 1 BATH APARTMENT
located on Bellot Road for rent
. $700.00
Contact Tel. 5254092.

2 BED, 1 BATH APT, Carmi-
chael Road, $660, a/c, c/fans,
s/bars, water, enclosed yard.’
Ph: 393-0482/544-2113

2 BED, 1 BATH APT, Cowpen
Road West.Fridge, stove, ~
burglar bars, a/c, ceiling fans,
very spacious. $750 p.m.1st,
last & security. Ph: 327-4727,
426-9519

2 BED/1 BATH APT, off Car-
michael Rd & Golden Isles Rd,
central air, fridge, stove, micro-
wave, washer/dryer, burglar
screens, tiling, ceiling fans,
blinds, cooking gas & water in-
cluded. Cable & telephone
ready. $800/mth, first/last . &
$600 sec. Contact 341-7305,
429-8223.

2 BEDROOM APT, Grantana
Subd, cable and phone ready,
security bars. Washing ma-
chine and _ water included.
$700/pm, first and last plus sec
dep. $300. Phone 456-3358,-
535-8001, 362-0222.



2-BEDROOM APT, Victoria
Gardens, off Gladstone Road.
Water included. Fully aircondi-
tioned,- $700/pm, first/last and
$400 security. Phone
535-4387.

2-BEDROOM HOUSE, Blue
Hill South, semi-furnished, wa-
ter included. $800 monthly, 1st
and last plus $600 deposit.

324-8405/544-1995.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Nassau Village, for rent, 2-bed,
1-bath Apt, water included.
$675/pm. Blinds, AC, b/bars.
Phone 397-8991

2-BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH
Townhouse for rent. Unfur-
nished of Fox Hill Rd. First and
last month's rent, sec dep.
Quiet location, sec ber. For
Sale. No utilities inc!ued. Call
for informationon 364-7960.

2 BEDROOM APTARTMENT,
semi-furnished, water & gas
tank included. $750 per month.
361-2204, 456-0040.

2 BEDROOM furnished apt.
Attractive & well kept, off
Jerome Avenue,central
location, clean and quiet area.
A/C and ceiling fans,

$750 p.m.1st & last $400 s
ecurity/deposit, includes water.
Ph: 394-0967/436-9097. Only
responsible/mature persons
need call

2-BED, 1-BATH off Cowpen-
Road. Rent $650/mth, first,
last and $300 sec_ required.
Tel 436-5430.

WEEKLY ROOM FOR RENT.
Soldier Road. Ph: 544-6408

BARBER BOOTH FOR RENT
PHONE 425-2695, 394-7064



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BLAIR ESTATES: Newly reno-
vated apartments off Village
Road. Inct: water, AC, fridge,
stove, security screens, tele-

facilities. Quiet neighbourhood.
1-BEDROOM UNIT $750,

1.5 bedrooms Unit $800

Tele 424-8049, 325-7869, Ms
Webb.

3 BEDROOM COTTAGE,
Montagu Villas, Village Road.
Tel 427-6204.

BRAND NEW 1 bedroom
studio efficiency apt. Fully
furnished, light,water, cable,
$165 per week or $750 per
month. Available February 28,
2010

McKinney Drive off Carmichael
Road.Ph: 341-1515,376-2768

phone & cable ready. Laundry:

FEMALE LOOKING FOR
FEMALE roomates. 2 bed/a/c
apt. Ph: 361-7486

SEEKING YOUNG LADY to
share 2 bedroomapt.$400 per
month, ight, water and cable
included in rent. $800 to move
in. Call: 432-1321

ROOM FOR RENT, in private
home, shared bathroom with a
female. All utilities included.
$135 per week. Tel 392-4171.

FIEMALE TO SHARE 2-
bedroom, furnished town-
house, $500 per month, utilities
included. Perpall Tack,West
Bay St.Tel: 448-9892.



BRAND NEW Duplex Apart-
ment, 2-bed, 1-bath, $750 per
month. |

Tel 324-8510, 424-0313.

BRAND NEW large 1-bed, 1-
bath Apt. Tropical Gardens,
semi-furnished, washer/ dryer,
AC, thoughout, granite counter
tops &_ tiled. 850/pm. Call
448-2453/324-0641.

BRAND NEW TRIPLEX FOR
RENT 2 bed, 1 bath,semi-fur-
nished, central air, security
screens, water . included.
Gated. Tel 359-1695.

BRAND NEW, spacious 2
bath, 1 bath Summerset, Cow-
pen road West, includes fridge,
stove, AC, ceiling fans, security
bars, cable and phone ready,
rent $775 per month, first, last
and security deposit $500.
Please contact 359-0002, or
376-145.

BRAND NEW. Gated, 2 bed-
room apt, semi-furnished, ca-
ble & phone ready, burglar
bars, alarm, water included.
$1200 per month, 1st, last +
$1200 sec. Phone 359-1695.

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, $1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph: 376-4881

BARBER AND NAIL SALON
BOOTHS FOR RENT
Newly built, spacious plaza. A
must see.Call 324-5483 or
448-3257 (Mr. McPhee)
327-7524 or 456-4526 (Ms.
Kelly).Serious inquiries only

DOWNTOWN
EXECUTIVE
“OFFICE spaces for
rent. Boardroom,
kitchen, and
‘reception area. Fully
inclusive of electricity
and maintenance
offices from

$1,000 per month.

. Move in special
available, no deposit
au tae Move in with
ae
month only.

uo Mon-Fri, 325-7172.



TO SHARE
Jamaican female seeks room-
mate, St Albans Dr, off West

Bay Street. 2-bed, 1-bath, $400
per month, split all utilities. No
kids/pets. 432-7402.



TURN KEY COFFEE

- SHOP/RESTAURANT

- Good area, good
clientele.
BE YOUR OWN Boss!
All equipped set to go
17,000 only
Tel: 427-7206 or
427-1314



NEED COOKING GAS, Gro-

ceries, etc. Borrow $100 to
eee0 jppay back in one (1) week.
322-4655, 544-8251,
B26- 0883
MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com

ACCOUNTS RECIEVABLE
CLERK/CREDIT &
COLLECTIONS Leading
Marine Facility in Nassau has
an immediate opening for one
Accounts Recievable Clerk.
Successful applicant will have
previous experience inCredit
and Collections, must be
reliable, honest and trustworthy
with proven record of success
and commitment to excellence.
Must be proficient in MS Office
applications, specifically Word
& Excel. Must have legal wotk
status and have a clean police
record. Applicants with a
Bachelors Degree are
preferred. Please send resume
stating previous experience and
qualifications via fax to 393-
0066 or drop off and complete
an application in writing
available at Marling Marine Ltd
on East Bay St. Tel: 393-7873

CREATIVE DESIGN NAIL SPA
Presents
For the month of February
we’re offering a
Girlfriends Package.
Bring 3 or more girlfriends and
get your nails free!!!
Restrictions apply.
See you there.
Phone 323-2982.

FEBRUARY 13, 2010

AVON
Persons needed to sell Avon
on commission. Basic or to
sign up direct.
Ph: 305- O1 81/429- 4922

WANTED
-Experienced Carpenter
-Experienced Mason, $60 per

day. Must be able to mix
concrete and light light
carpentry.
-Handyman $30 per day.
Ph: 326-6175
WANTED

Experienced Backhoe Operator
Experienced Aspalt Raker
Call: 326-0869 for more info

BARBERS NEEDED with own
clientel for new barber shop.

Chairs start at $100.00 per
week. Call 341-7948 or
466-0056

BUS DRIVER NEEDED. With
relevant documents.
Ph: 424-6288, 364-4815

DRIVERS NEEDED for Pizza

company. Contact telephone

324-9808, or emai info @:
atinker @firststepdev.com

ESTABLISHED COMPANY
LOOKING FOR HVAC
TECHNICIANS, INSTALLERS
AND HELPER
Applicants must be trained in
the field with a minimum of 3
years HVAC experience and
possess a high school diploma,

basic tools and calid drivers
license. Persons who apply
must have the technical skills
to repair and install air
conditiong systems_ in
residential and commerical
settings. Honestl, reliability, a
clean cut appearnce, good
manners and willingness to
work as a team member are a
must.

Applicants will be subject to a
pre-employment background
check, and drug screening. Job
references required. Please
call 242-477-6744 to apply

SMALL BUT GROWING
SCHOOL is in need of:
1 Teacher to teach English
Language
Literature and: Math to Gr 7-12
-Must be a Christian and have
a natural gift for teaching.
-Must be a Bahamian
-Must have a teaching certifi-
cate
-Must have a least 2 years
teaching experience.

pply at:

newministry @ live.com

both

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER

Responsibilities include
housekeeping, cooking and
childcare.Applicant must be

apply to travel with family
throughout the year.Salary p/w
$180.00. Contact: D. Glinton
#328-3500

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER

needed to take care ofa
toddler & a set of twin girls.
Bahamian only. Ph: 424-3230.

LADY to clean and iron. Baha-

mian only. Tel 362-6040

WANTED: Live in housekeeper

to care for 2 year old and do
general housework. Apply to
M.H. Abaco 367-2711

FIVE POINT SYSTEMS LTD is
seeking to employ a profes-
sional qualified applicant
for the position of:

COMPUTER REPAIR
TECHNICIAN
Job Responsibilities:
eMust be able to configure
desktop/laptops for . users;
Must be able to install Micro-
soft updates (Windows and
Office); Must beable to install
third party applications (Mi-
crosoft Offce, Adobe & cus-
tom software) etc; Must be
able to check Anti-Virus log
file; Must be able to Trouble-
shoot and repair PC hard-
ware, software, printers and
basic network connectivity is-
sues.

eMust be able to respond to
customer complaints and pro-
vide technical advice

eMust be able to install and
configure security software
such as firewalls and Anti-vi-
rus tools



eMust have own transportation :

and flexibility to travel.

Basic Qualifications:

eExcellent command. of
English Language

eAbility to understand and inter-
pret technical manuals

eAbility to prepare progress re-
ports on all work performed

eAbility to test new systems to
ensure that they are in work-
ing condition.

the

Applications may be collected
from The Customer Service
Department *

Robinson Road
Phone Number: 242-322-3049
or resume may be sent to
hr @fivepointsys.com
Deadline for applications is:
Monday, February 22, 2010.

PART-TIME TEACHERS
required for BGCSE Math,
English and Biology and
General Science,Physics and
Chemistry.Tel 325-5060.

PHOTOGRAPHY TEACHER
TO TEACH STUDENT
PHOTOGRAPHY.
PLEASE EMAIL REPLY
www.island.jewels @ hotmail.
com

SALES CLERK wanted. Must
have own transportation and
clean police record. Call
356-2865.

SECURITY OFFICERS AND
SUPERVISORS, male only.
361-1695, or 395-5451.

SINGING TEACHER
To teach student singing.
Please email reply:
www.island.jewels @ hotmail.
2 com

- WANTED
Experienced Carpenter
Experienced Mason, $60 per
day. Must be able to mix
concrete and light light
carpentry.

Handyman $30 per day.

Ph: 326-6175

WANTED
A small Chinese Takeout
resteraunt required Chinese
cooks. Please write P.O.Box
N-646





DO YOU OWN A PIECE OF
VACANT LAND AND NEED A
QUICK LOAN. Call 326-0883,
322-4655 or 544-8251,
322-8856.
MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com

NAIL BY VALENCIA
Valentine's Special
Tips on Nails’ and two big toe
airbrush white with one (1) col-
our for $35.00 -
Call for apt 525-9917,
394-4428.

VALENTINE NAILS
SPECIAL
Tammy Taylor $25
Airbrush $25
Sexy Toes $15
Full set $15
Tel:432-4995,322-7861



or

ELECTRICAL SERVICES

House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and
24-hrs service calls.

Call me fcr a FREE quote,
465-8373.

EVER DREAMED OF
OWNING YOUR OWN HOME?
Well dream no more, at Money
Finders, we make all dreams
come true. Call now! We have

the right mortgage for you.

Ph: 322-8856, 326-0883,
322-4655 or 544-8251

Money

FindersO7 @ hotmail.com

AVON
Buy, Sell or sign up
Tel: 361-5556
kempcorp @ hotmail.com

SEDUCTIVE TILE LAYING
(certified) experience and
affordable specializing in: -
* ceramic,marble,natural stone,
indoor/outdoor.
Tel::456-1933.

NEED A MECHANIC?
Call 434-3415, or 361-7486
For a reliable gasoline and

diesel mechanic. (cars, heavy
duty trucks, welding).

HARD TIMES ELECTRICAL
Three Phased Licensed Con-
tractors offering:

Residential, Commercial Indus-
trial wiring , CAD Weld Ground-
ing, Home Checking, High and
Low Voltage wiring and more.
Tel:362-1767,
Emergency:422-4996.

MARY KAY, Great

skincare for both men_ and
woman. Call Claudette today
: or

@ 242-356-7337
242-636-3856





MS
THE FATHER" S KITC EN
TAKE-AWAY
Hours:12 noon - 12 midnight
#39 Bahamas Ave,
East of YCares
“Come see Chinch and Jazz’
Telephone 323-4663



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THE TRIBUNE

VW PET PRO’S

PET GROOMING
We offer full grooms & grooms
for small breed dogs. We’re
conveniently located in the
Sandilands Village Road area.
For Eastern residents’ who re-
quire this service. Hours are
weekly between 6:30/pm_ to
10pm )appointment only) and
open all day Sundays from
gam Call 427-5284, or
525-2376 to make appointment
or get directions. Let us groom
you dog the professional way.

AFFORDABLE CARPET
CLEANING
ePest Control
Painting
eMasonry
eDry Waill
eMinor Carpentry & Plumbing
Ph:394-8053/380-2248
Mr. Symonette

ATTENTION NETWORK
MARKETERS/
ENTREPRENEURS
Join LHN the fastest growing
and most affordable company.
A 4x5 forced matrix that pays

over $5000.00.
For just $37.00 per
product purchase.
Call 242-423-6612,
jeffreysimon76 @ gmail.com
www.shopatihn.com

FIRST CLASS

General Maintenance
Electrical, Plumbing, Paint-






month

ing, Tiling, Telephone Wiring,

Drywall, Masonry.

Call today for a FREE quote.
Tel:465-8373-



BOAT TRAILER RENTALS
daily, weekly, monthly
from 15'-40' footers all float on
Call 376-5422

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

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Pedicure, Tip on Two Big Toes
Tip on Nail, Airbrush White for

only $39.99
Tel 525-9917

FOR ALL YOUR MORTGAGE,
PERSONAL, CONSUMER,
AUTO OR VACATION LOANS.
Call 322-8856, 326-0883,
322-4655, or 544-8251. No
banks involved, private lending.
MoneyFiners07 @ hotmail.com

EARN $550 a week signing-up
Four (4) people.
Only $33 to join.
Phone 341-2376/557-8665.



THE TRIBUNE



PROFESSIONAL
ELECTRONICS
INSTALLATIONS
over 22 years of experience
Surveillance/CCTV Cameras
Audio/Visual & Surround
Sound Systems.
Satellite Systems
Flat screen LCD TV mounting
Computers - Repairs &
Networking
CAT 5 & Reg cabling.
Give us a call anytime,

359-0215.
ROOF REPAIRS
Flat, Shingles, Metal P.V.C
Torch Membrane
Ph: 436-6865

“TELEVISION, WASHER,
DRYER, FRIDGE,
-COMPUTER REPAIRS
CALL MR. FIX IT @ 395- 0087
Computer & Plumbing
Available

TIRED OF LVING FROM
PAY CHECK TO: PAY
CHECK?

Then let us put all of your loans
together and make _ one-~ (1)
easy payment.
MoneyFinders0O7 @ hotmail.com

VALENTINE’S DAY
SING-A-GRAM
SONG BIRD SONIA
Ph: 364-0122, 565-6424
YES YOU CAN!

Get a quality computer educa-
tion. You can start with just

$100 :
: Call. TOYA’S,
393-7045, 423-1059.

NAIL CLASSES
s AVAILABLE
Starting Feb 25, 2010.
Contact Kenya. at 341-2748
or 544-0375.
Register today because
space is Imited

‘SEEKING days
work/weekly. Cell: 636-0497,
Home: 325-0858

MATURE CHRISIAN lady

LADY ,

seeks days work and weekly
work.Please call 325-2768,
1-242-442-0094. ask HOF
Charmaine

YOUNG FEMALE looking to
work a Hot Dog Stand, salary
$150 per week. Serious
inquiries only. Tel:428-6475

LADY. SEEKING employment.
Monday through Friday.
Security, Disabled,Cleaning
Comapny, Elderly:home,also
night work and office maid.
Ph:325-21 87

MATURE LADY seeking a job
as a maid. Call 322-3293 or
426-2117.-

LADY SEEKS JOB as weekly
or days work. Barmaid, Cook-
ing, babysitter or kitchen
_helper, selling phone cards,
sheet rocks. Ph: 436-4464

LOOKING FOR a _iive-in
housekeeper. Ph: 677-4607 o

‘LADY



“WANTED —

looking for days
work/housekeeping.
Tel 425-7554
LADY seeks days or. wekly

Tel 535-5959.

wor.



-Math
-Accounts
-Economics
-Enterpenership
-English
-Business Management
- Biology
-Physics and Chemistry
13 week course beginning
Feb 2, 2010
Registration begins Jan 19nd
at Teleos Campus.
Highland Park
Tues & Thursday, 5:30-7
Saturday, 10-12.
Tel: 325-5060



SPECIAL READING
CLASSES
Afternoon and Evening

Specializing in helping with-
home work assignments.
Reading and English, assisting
with home work, preparing

studies to pass examins suc- |

cessfully
Two locations: Meeting Street
and South Beach.

Excellent Proven Results! -
Instructor Rev Charles’ T
moxey
Telephone contact 392- 5803
or 448-7808.

HONEST, RELIABLE
PERSON looking for work.
Baby sitter, caregiver, night

sitter for babies or elderly
daycare. Call Lisa Cleare,
426-6017/326-7308

TUTORING AVAILABLE
in Mathematics at .
BJC and BGCSE levels
Contact 467-3641.

BJC PREP
-MATH ;

-ENGLISH
-GENERAL SCIENCE
-HEALTH SCIENCE
11 Week course begins Feb
15, 2010 (Mon + Wed)
Registration -Tues, Thur 5:30-7
Sat 10-12 at Teleos Campus
Highland Park

Tel: 325-5060

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & eeu
Theory

535-2484 359-0904
i= fi
ASHE aed
com. As



BGCSE PREP
13 WEEK COURSE BEGIN
FEB 2, 2010
TUES + THURS 6 P.M
AT TELEOS CAMPUS
HIGHLAND PARK
TEL: 325-5060

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATOR
seeking a job as a Home
School Teacher. Tel 364-7904.

ARTICLES __

FORSALE |.
EAST BAY MOVING SALE
February 12 & 13.



doors,
etc.

Furniture,
CDs, _ mirrors,
322-6013.

STORE CLOSE OUT
TENT SALE
New clothes all under $25.
Books & used items, Garden
View Estates. 1st left pass
Success College, 1st left, 4th
house on left. Saturday, Feb
13th, 7 a.m - 12 noon

appliances,
plates,

FOR SALE :
1 Living Room Set as room as
in $650
Stainless Steel & black

appliances

Temporary power supply box
$350

Call 392-5364 or
photos
bahamasbargainhunters @
gmail.com

FOR SALE ASIS
Bifold doors $30ea
Int doors $25
Wood table set $175
black Sink $30
Washer/dryer need part $100
25 c/f Frigidaire black $400
Dining set glass/wicker $175
Wooden nook set $200
Light fixtures $15 ea.
Tub, $70
TV mount 20” $20
Telephone:364-5695.

FOR SALE
1 Dell 20” Wide Monitor $180
1 Dell 17” Monitor.$150
1 AOC 17” Monitor $150
2 AOC 19” Moniotrs $180
1 Slide Shower Door for 6 ft.
Tub $600 O.B.O
1 Wheel!Chair $300/1 5,200
BTU Window a/c $150
1 Gateway all-in- one Com-
puter $350
1 Lg Freezer Jacket & 2 pairs
’ freezer gloves $250
1 Soyo:16” COmputer Monitor
$140
Ph: 364-1965 or 359-0215

FOR SALE
dinette table and one
rack, excellent cond.

email for

4-pc
Baker
$350. ;
(D)302-9515, 324-0139 after
5pm, 364-6424.

FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutters
50"x72", $190,

: 38"x72 $180
Single Windows $100
Phone 636-2193

ITEMS FOR SALE
New Ig neon cell phones $190,
new in box, large entertainment
center ‘center $280, 20” Icd tv
$295, tv stand $30, xbox 360
with 5 games , $380 portable
dvd player $70, blackberry
curve cell $250. Ph: 565-8082 |

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010,PAGE 27

ARTICLES |
FOR SALE |

NEW GAMES for Xbox 360,
PS3, PS2

Wii, DS, PSP, Uncharted 2,
HALO 3:ODST,_ right night,
Smash. Brothers Brawl, Modern
Warfare 2 & many more under
$100. 423-5422.

ROLLED GOLD
Starting at $10.00 gifts for. Val-
entine and occasions
24” men pendants, ring, etc.

18” women pendants, ‘brace-

lets, etc
Call The ~ Ting-um Store,
328-3970, Madeira St, Palm-

dale, Wong's Plaza

SHOWCASES FOR SALE.
5 pieces for $100 each
Tel 356-7085, or 676-2733.

STORE CLOSURE -
4 Steel shelves $150 ea
Cherry wood Exec Desk $350
Computer/electronics repair
bench $200 5
Reception, counter $250

‘6 Light up store sign. enclo-

sures $157 ea
3 Audiovox 300watt surround,
sound $165 ea

Jwin 200w = sorround | sound
$175
4 ADC 19” wide computer

monitors $180 ea
3 Broksonic 19”
$165 ea
Toshiba 19” used tv $90
Daewood 19” used tv $90
Norcent 27’ LCD tv $550 —
5 v-tech ‘dual handsets cord-
less phones $75

A varietyof HDMI, V6A printer

& USB cables.
Tel:364-1965/359-0215.

TEL: 324-0778
Cribs $110 ea
See Saw $145.00
Swing set $325.00
10x10 tent $175.
20x20 tent $290.00
Door $15.00
Bookcase $30
New single real wood bed $500
2 tall dressers $350.
Shower curtain $10.00
Playpen $125.00
High chair $85.00
Party supplies

tv/VCG combo

Whirlpool

$550

Apt size stove v/good condi-

tion $300

Table saw 10” blade $350

Electrical meter box $95

Micellaneous items
Tel:394-3481

FOR SALE
Wooden Set, good condition,
includes table, 4 chairs. and
china closet. $499.
Ph:525-7394

refrigerator (new)

GYM EQUIPMENT
Tony Little gazelle freestyler
$100 2
AB-Doer $60/2 AB Dolly's $25
each
1 Ab Lounge XL $150
1-Stationary Bike $100
Aerobic Stepper $60
1 Crunch Board $25.00
1 COmplete Pro Barbell Set w/
$300 pounds $300
2 40 Pounds Dumbells
1 Marcy Complete Cable Home
Gym $500
1 Lateral Thigh Trainer $60
Ph: 364-1965 or 359-0215

ARTICLES —
FOR SALE |

3-PC TEAL LIVINGROOM
SET excellent cond, $600

30” Kenmore electric Stove,
$150 -Prices neg. Call

436-6161 after 5pm, 364-8855

A-1 PAYLESS
TODAY TO SUNDAY
Computer complete with printer

$299

Whirlpool/Kenmore washer fr
$350

Stack washer/dryer $795 _
Dryers gas or elec fr $395

Apt or Fam stove & fridge fr
$699

Microwave oven fr $60

Lg upright freezer $375

Family fridge fr $375.

Apt/

Family Fridge fr $399

Dining table wood 4 chairs
$299
Stainless ~Steel’ elect stove
$499

Queen, pillow top mattress set

350

Sofa bed full r $325

13" TV $99

10" TV $125

25" TV-$200

32" TV $300

Bureau/drawers/mirror $200

Chest & drawer 5 $110

Exercise bike fr $99

Filing cabinet letter & legal fr

$60

86 gal elec water heater $350
Telephone:362-6040

AVON
Avon make-up,Cologne, Anew
Products etc.Deodorants
8- $10
More than 50, $1.00 each
Ph: 392-0181/429-4922

BLOW OUT SALE
on clothing $5 & $10 itans,
other clothing items 10% -50%
You don’t want to miss it.
323-0710

CLOSE OUT SALE
Boy’s pants Dickies, French
Toast and church

Long and short. All colours.
$5.00, $10.00;.$15.00

Call 558-6589/324-5467.

DELL 15” CRT MONITOR $50
DELIVERY. $15.
CALL 565-9119, 324-' 9104.

NEW YORK STYLE HOT DOG
CART FOR SALE
Ph: 436-5929

OFFICE FURNITURE
Conference table $400
Six guest chairs, $50 ea
Desk $10
- Tel 323-1983.

LAWN MOWER
148 cc, good condition $100
Sewing Machine - Brand New
$100
Ph: 448-2806

FOR SALE
New fridge $475.
Tel 677-51 74/565-8791.

FRIDGE, $350 UP

TV, $150 UP
COMFORTER SET, $80
CAR STEREO, $70

DIESEL GENERATOR

WASHER, $375 :

FULL SIZE MATTRESS, $155

COMPUTER TABLE, $100
TELEHONE:364-2646

ATIO SALE

PATIO. SALE CLOSEOUT
Valentine's sexy nighty,
teddies, silk boxers from $5
Thongs, G- string from $1 plus
sz nighty, house dresses, work
pants, skirts blazers, children
jackets, sweaters from $5 &
$10.. Prices lower than whole-
sale everything. All new.
Everyday iiam_to 4pm. All
sizes, Pine: St. , Tall Pines, off
Gladstone Road, corner
opposite Loyola Hall, the new
Aquinas. College, 5th building
on right,- all white.. Phone
361-6234, please call.

YARD SALE



. . Sat, Feb 13, 2010

9:30 until 5pm.
European goods from
WAREHOUSE LIQUIDATION
Exclusive branded goods like:
GARDENA garden products,
special-German Fertilizer and
handmade ‘unique _ wallclocks,

SiGG-Botiles, LUX-Tools,
FISHER - _ fixing products,
D-C-Fix floor mats .+table

clothes and a lot.of products,
which you can not get else-
where in Nassau!!!

Tel 565-7525
Location: Enter Grove Ave, off
West Bay Street, first corner
left, follow signs to parking lot.

NEW 4 burner gas stove top,
$370
8x10 area rug, like new, $150
Tel 324-6007

2-TON DUCTLESS A/C UNIT.
- LIKE NEW. 436-8874.

POWER AMPLIFIED, confetti
Machine & Confetti. 436-8874.

DINING ROOM TABLE &
chairs, end tables, mirrors,
paintings & frames. 436-8874.

GRAND BAHAMA

CLASSIFIED

6-PLEX UP TO BELT
COURSE — FOR SALE
Lot #6, Block #9
Shannon Drive, Unit 1
3 — 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
2 — 2 Bedrooms, 1.Bathroom
1—1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Appraised: $200,000
Sale Price: $175,000
(if buyer & seller agree to split
' legal fees)
$150,000 (if buyer agrees to
pay all legal fees)
If interested, contact
Tabitha Bowe on 352-4368
SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!

FOR SALE
Multi-Fam. Property, Yeoman
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Police question
man over alleged
attacks on girls

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
-Fribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

A TEACHER was taken into
police custody yesterday on
Eleuthera for allegedly inde-
cently assaulting young girls at
Governor’s Harbour High
School.

According to reports, the
teacher, who has been on
Eleuthera for less than a year,
was alleged to have “fondled” a
number of female students dur-
ing his short stint there.

The teacher, who is in his ear-
ly 40s, is being held at Gover-
nor’s Harbour Police Station
where he was awaiting the
arrival of his attorney, Ramona
Farqharson.

The Ministry of Education’s

Sexual-Complaints Unit has —
been in Eleuthera for the past
few. days investigating a number °

of reports on the island.

These latest child abuse alle-
gations emerged weeks after the
Ministry of Education moved
several principals in the
Eleuthera school district in the
wake of their investigations into
widespread allegations of sexual
molestation of children by adults
on the island.

The administrators were not

accused of having perpetrated
the abuse, but it is understood
their transfer was necessitated
by the decision to send the Dis-

trict Superintendent, Rudolph
Smith, on extended leave after
he was alleged to have fallen
down in his duties as child sex
allegations emerged. .

Taking little for granted, the
Ministry of Education has taken
a proactive approach to handling
situations suck as this and has
moved its responses into high
gear to protect children through-
out the country.

An official in New Provi-

dence, who spoke on the condi-
tion of anonymity, said the Min-
istry is now doing its best to send
a strong message that such
behaviour will not be taken light-
ly and that the protection of chil-
dren is of “great importance.”
Having found that preliminary
investigations in Eleuthera
revealed a "Pandora's box" of
molestation claims, and in light
of previous controversies involy-

ing alleged abuse in the Eight

Mile Rock high school in Grand
Bahama — where teachers,
administrators, parents and oth-
ers were said to have missed

opportunities to act on allega- .
tions made — the Ministry has’

now gone into high gear to iden-
tify and act upon any potentially
explosive situations that: might
escalate to the detriment of stu-
denits.

On Thursday, The Tribune

reported how a relative of one of

SEE page 13

Call for independent review of public
Officials’ financial disclosures

By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

POLITICAL veteran Philip Galanos is calling for'financial dis-

closures from public officials be subject to independent review by reg- -

istered accountants.

‘Mr Galanos said some public officials publish inflated figures, not
always because they lack integrity, but sometimes because they do
not understand what is being asked of them.

‘And he suggested an independant review would add another
level of accountability to the process.

“There is no reference to independent review or any kind of
affirmation that the information is accurate. The same standard

applied to banks, trusts and insurance companies should be applied.

to public officials,” said Mr Galanos:

These private bodies are required to present audited financial
statements to the government annually. Mr Galanos believe this stan-
dard would ensure the statements from public officials are “credible,

reliable and properly prepared”.

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THE Bahamas’ ship registry
was down-graded to fourth
place this month by an inter-
national research company.

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held the prized title of third
largest ship registry in the
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down-graded to fourth place

According to Clarkson
Research Services, the Marshall
Islands Registry is now the
world’s third largest open reg-
istry, with 50.7 million gross
tonnage, in comparison to the
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have recorded for the
Bahamas. These statistics were
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ly magazine, The World Fleet
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~ POLICE chiefs are investigating claims that officers ter-
rorised an.innocent family after storming a house in which
_ two elderly sisters were entertaining relatives.
Heavily-armed CDU and SWAT officers are said to have
swarmed the property “Rambo-style”, ordering family mem- °

bers to lie on the floor head to toe. It is said they failed to
identify themselves or explain their purpose, failed to pro-
duced a warrant, then left without arresting anyone. _
The nephew of the elderly women, who wished to remain
anonymous, says he has written-two letters of complaint to

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charged in
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face June trial

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

TWO police officers charged
_ in connection with the death of a
father-of-six will stand trial in
June.

Desmond Key, 28, died in
hospital on January 19, 2008,
‘from injuries claimed to have
been suffered ‘during an alleged
beating at the Grove Police Sta-
. tion on June 17, 2007.

He had spent several months
in a coma at the Princess Mar-
garet and Jackson Memorial
hospitals.

Mr Key had shored been
arrested on a traffic violation
and was in a holding cell at the
station at the time of the alleged
attack.

Cpl Donovan Gardiner and
Constable Tavares Bowleg, who
were arraigned on manslaugh-
_ ter charges in the Supreme

Court in June 2008 and are on
bail, appeared before Justice
Vera Watkins yesterday for a~
date to be set for a hearing. Gar-
diner is charged with manslaugh-
ter and Bowleg faces an abet-
ment charge.

The date of June 21 was set
for the commencement of the
trial. Lennox Coleby and
Stephanie Pintard are prosecut-
ing the case. Attorney Wayne
Munroe, who represents officer
. Gardiner, also held a brief yes-
terday for Bowleg’s attorney
Willie Moss.

Attorney Godfrey “Pro” Pin-

SEE page 13

Death row inmate
‘has not filed appeal’

AS OF late yesterday, the Court of Appeal had no record of an
appeal from death row inmate Godfrey Sawyer to overturn his
death sentence, The Tribune was told. .

A clerk in the Court of Appeal's Registry department said
according to their records, Sawyer had not yet filed an appeal on
his death sentence.

However his former attorney, Gina Morley, told The Tribune
that she received information that Sawyer had an appeal pending
before the appellate court.

On Thursday, the Ministry of National Security confirmed that
the Prerogative Board of Mercy met and determined that Sawyer's
case did not merit leniency and found that law should take its

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Sands hits back over NHI position

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

DR DUANE Sands said

his conviction to enter the
political arena has only been
strengthened by his “personal
disappointment” with the way
the PLP have “distorted” his
recorded position on Nation-
al Health Insurance.

The surgeon and FNM
candidate characterised the
PLP’s statements suggesting
that he is “against NHI” as
akin to a smear campaign
against his character.

“Y’m particularly disap-
pointed with some of the peo-
ple involved in the activity —
some of the most vocal know
better. They know exactly
what my position was because
I talked with them personally
in 2006/2007,” said Dr Sands.

However, the 47-year-old
said his frustration with the
opposition only helped to
solidify his resolve that enter-

ing politics “is something that

is worth doing.”

He said: “Honesty and
integrity in public life are crit-
ical to a strong democracy.
Now more than ever, I can

see why this is something that .

I have to do and it also helps
me understand that this par-
ticular opposition is not real-
ly interested in the good of

the people, what they are

interested in is regaining pow-
er at all costs even if it means
taking liberties with the
truth.” .

In, the run-up to Tuesday’s
by-election, members of the
PLP have characterised the
FNM candidate as “one of the
loudest detractors” of Nation-
al Health Insurance.

Former PLP minister of
health Dr Bernard Nottage,



MP for Bain and Grants

Town, said his “impression
was that (Dr Sands) did not
support NHI (or) universal
healthcare.”

PLP MP for Fox Hill Fred
Mitchell told a rally crowd on
Thursday: “You and I all
heard (Dr’Sands) oppose
National Health Insurance.

_ He was on the radio and on
‘the television. We all saw him

leading the fight to stop you
from getting National Health
Insurance.”

In 2006 and early 2007 Dr
Sands, as president of the
Bahamas Medical Association

-and a prominent physician,

made numerous presentations
laying out his personal posi-

‘tion on NHI, as well as the

BMA’s.
. It-was made clear in these

_ presentations, such as one to .

the Rotary Clubs of Nassau
in April 2006, entitled
“National Health Insurance:
More thoughtful dialogue”,

. that Dr Sands was not laying
out an argument against the

principle that.Bahamians are
entitled to wider access to bet-
ter healthcare. Rather, he
arguéd that he and other doc-
tors — on whom the system
would rely to a great extent —
feared that the PLP’s particu-
lar NHI plan would “make
the situation even worse even
as we strive to make it, bet-
ter.”

He suggested that evidence

indicated the plan would fail
to be self-sustaining, and that
the views of the medical com-
munity were not properly tak-
en into consideration.

And he charged that. the
physical infrastructure in the
public health system as well
as staffing levels would have
to be seriously upgraded

before the NHI plan could be

implemented successfully.

Dr Sands said in ‘his
address to Rotary: “The doc-
tors are not opposed to
National Health Insurance . .:
. The goals of the Blue Rib-
bon Commission and the
National Health Insurance
plan are admirable and uni-
versally held.”

He said the “greatest
tragedy” in the political
debate on NHI at that time
was the “spin” being applied
to the issue “in order to sell”
the idea.

“Bahamians are led to
believe that their public
healthcare system can deliver
what the public demands
even when it is under-fund-
ed and under-equipped to
deliver,” Dr pands said in
2006.

Yesterday, he dgsised the
PLP of distorting the facts to

get voters to believe “Dr |

Sands is someone he is not.”

The candidate said he has
sought to avoid “gutter poli-
tics” during the campaign and
feels that, unlike the opposi-

tion, the FNM has not “taken:

liberties with the truth.”

Called for comment on Dr
Sand’s statements, PLP chair-
man Bradley Roberts said he
“needn’t say more” than to
ask: “If Dr Sands says he sup-
ports NHI... his party has
been back in power now
almost three years and what
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Dr Duane Sands’ refusal to
take part, in Tuesday’s live
debate was an “absolute
insult” to the voters of Eliza-
beth, according to one of his
competitors.

Dr Andre Rollins, the
fledgling NDP’s candidate,
said Dr Sands’ absence from
the debate broadcast on JCN
TV, spoke volumes about the
governing party.

Dr Rollins insisted that
political. debates “must
become a fixture in our
nation’s new political culture”
and said Dr Sands has effec-

‘tively demonstrated that he
is not interested in being part.

of this culture. ©
He said: “The-sad ironic

reality is that a political party °

known as the Free National
Movement is today more
known for handcuffing its
members of parliament, who
cannot do anything without
the consent of their party

leader, even if it is participat- .

ing in a debate that used the

airways to deepen democracy .

by providing a transparent
forum for the candidates to

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be held accountable for their
views and plans for the con-
stituency of Elizabeth.”

. Dr Rollins claimed the —
FNM denied its candidate

“the right to demonstrate his
political readiness” and
accused the party of being
afraid Dr Sands’ performance
would damage their cam-
paign. “It is also proved that

the FNM is not nearly as com-
mitted to deepening democ-
racy, through accountability
and transparency, as they
have claimed,” he added.

He also suggested that Dr

.Sands squandered an oppor-
. tunity to display his strength

to,the voters of Elizabeth, as

- he camevacross as being too

weak to convince his party to
respect “‘a candidate’s respon-

' sibility to freely engage his

political opponents in a
debate on the issues.”

“Dr Sands missed a major
opportunity to show that he is
the kind of transformative
politician our country des-
perately needs. No party can-
didate should get a free pass
when it comes to earning the
right to represent a con-
stituency.

“Tam hopeful that the vot- °
ers in this by-election would

. see fit to express their dis-

pleasure with Dr Sands’ deci-
sion not to participate in the
debate, by in turn not voting
for Dr Sands in the upcom-
ing by-election,” Dr Rollins
said. “Should Dr Sands lose, it
would ensure that never again
will a serious candidate
choose not to take part in a
major election debate.”

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Govt High School

student stabbed
in argument

A GOVERNMENT
High School student
was in serious condi-
tion in hospital yester-
day after being
stabbed in the
abdomen during an
argument with another
student from his
school.

The attack was the
second stabbing of a
student in a week.

A CR Walker stu-
dent was rushed to
hospital on Monday
having suffered a stab
wound. Another stu-
dent was taken into
custody for question-
ing in connection with
that incident. :

According to police,
the latest attack took
place at around
1.30pm on Thursday in
the area of the Baillou
Hill Road and Inde-
pendence Highway
roundabout. et

“The injured studen
was taken to hospital
by emergency medical
services personnel
where he is listed in
serious condition,”
said a statement from
police yesterday.

Around an hour and
a half after the Thurs-
day student stabbing,
police responded to
another on Gladstone
Road.

A man was reported- ;
ly stabbed in the lower
back after getting into, :
an argument with a
group of men in the
Doris Johnson Estates
area at around 3pm.. -

~The victim is also in
serious condition in
hospital, after being
transported there by
emergency medical
services personnel.
_ Police are investigat-
ing both incidents. -





By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

THE Free National Move-
ment's candidate for the Eliza-
beth by-election hit back at crit-
icisms that he did not thor-
oughly disclose his finances in
line with Constitutional require-
ments. ;

Yesterday Dr Duane Sands
dismissed the claims by political
opponent Rodney Moncur as
"laughable" while explaining
that he has a small amount of
shares in a company called
Radiation Oncology Limited
and no influence on decision
making.

"I don't have any: govern-
ment contracts," Dr Sands said
when contacted for comment,
adding that he also owns stock
in Doctor's Hospital. "I like
hundreds of shareholders have

_ asmall amount, $50,000 warth,

of stock in a multi-million dollar
company, no different than oth-
er publicly traded stock.” .

In the disclosure of assets of

all candidates publicised in the -

Government Notice of Nomi-
nation gazetted on February 1,
Dr Sands revealed that he
"owns shares in a medical com-
pany which has a contract with
the Bahamas government to
provide cancer treatment ser-
vices".

He said yesterday: "The fact
that that company, which is a
huge company, has a contract



with the government was some-

thing I felt for. transparency

purposes I ought to disclose".
He stressed that he has no ©

directoral role or policy influ-
ence in the company.

"If tomorrow that company
got involved in another con-
tract with another vendor it
would happen totally indepen-
dent of Duane Sands," he said.

Dr Sands, a respected heart
specialist, recently came under

heavy fire from Workers' Party ,

leader Rodney Moncur over his
assets and liability disclosure,
which was published in a
national gazette on February 1.

Earlier this week, Mr Mon-
cur argued that Dr Sands' dis-
closure of assets did not reveal
the complete picture of his
involvement with the compa-
ny.
Mr Moncur found fault with
Dr Sands for not revealing how
many shares he has in the com-
pany, the value of these shares,
and the name of the company
in question.

The political hopeful claimed
this would be grounds for Dr
Sands to be disqualified based
on Constitutional rules for per-

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sons wishing to be elected to
the House of Assembly.

Mr Moncur's argument
hinges on Article 48.1(J) of the
Constitution, which states: "No
person shall be qualified to be
elected as a member of the
House of Assembly who is
interested in any government
contract and has not disclosed

the nature of such contract and _
of his interest therein by pub-

lishing a notice in the Gazette

_ within one month before the

day of election."

Mr Moncur feels that Dr
Sands' lack of specificity should
be grounds for disqualification.

Yesterday, Dr Sands said
that he was not required to
delve into specifics during his
financial disclosure.

"To now hear that somehow

this is a constitutional issue...is |;

laughable at best.

“There was no. requirement .

to disclose where I have invest-
ed and to break down each
component of that investment
portfolio," he said, adding that
he revealed what he thought
was "appropriate".

He added: "Our constitution
is a sacred document and the
basis of our democracy. (It is)
not something to be toyed with.
I take exception of course to
the allegations laid against me
partly because they are thor-
oughly unfounded and I think
they are so absurd that they

should just be simply dis- .
"missed". i:

Man charged in connection with drug seizure

A 42-YEAR-OLD Long Island man charged
in the seizure of more than $600,000 worth of
marijuana on a cay in the Exumas last November
was arraigned in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday.

Haywood Virgill Cartwright, of Hard Bargain,
Long Island, was arraigned before Magistrate

Carolita Bethel] in Court 8, Bank Lane, on °

charges of possession of marijuana with the intent
to import, supply, as well as conspiring to possess
20 bales of marijuana.

Cartwright is charged along with Andre Kiki-

: varakas, 35, who was arraigned on the charges last

year.
The drugs, which were reported to weigh 711
pounds and have a street value of $638,000, were
_ seized on Little Cistern Cay on November 9.
Cartwright pleaded not guilty to the charges.
He was remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison.
He is expected back in court on February 18
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LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903-1914

SIR ETIENNE-DUPUCH, Kt,

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2009 tops ‘Decade of Death’ for journalists

A TOTAL of 110 journalists were killed
because of their work in 2009, making last
year the most lethal in the past decade for
journalists, the International Press Institute
(IPI) revealed on Thursday, with the release

. of its World Press Freedom Review 2009 —
Focus on the Middle East and North Africa.

, . The second-highest figure for the decade
was 100, in 2006, during which 46 journalists
were killed in Iraq, at the height of violence
that engulfed the country following the 2003
invasion.
"World Press Freedom Review Managing
Editor Anthony: Mills said: “This decade is

unlike any other, because, in conflict countries _

such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and Pak-
istan, it has seen the deliberate targeting of
journalists. Such a departure has changed the
face of conflict reporting, leading to less cov-
erage and therefore a worrying vacuum in
the understanding of these complex events.”

Of the 735 journalists killed worldwide
because of their jobs in the past decade, 170
were killed in Iraq, making it the most dan-
gerous country in the world for journalists
in the last 10 years.

The Philippines was the second most-dan-
gerous country for journalists this decade,
with 93 killed there between 2000 and 2009 —
32 of them in,a November 23, 2009 massacre

of reporters accompanying family members of ©

a gubernatorial candidate on a trip to an elec-

tion. office. A total of 38 journalists were .

killed in the Philippines in 2009.

The third most dangerous country in the
world for journalists this decade was Colom-
bia, where 58 journalists were murdered over

the last 10 years, many of them. victims of ©

violence between government forces, out-

* lawed armed groups and drug cartels. A total
of six journalists were killed in the country in
2009.

Mexico — where drug cartels are involved in
a violent standoff with the security forces —
ranks behind Colombia as the fourth most
dangerous country for journalists over the

last 10 years, with 38 killed. A total.of 11

_-weré murdered in 2009. Russia lies in fifth
- position, with 35 journalists murdered

between 2000 and 2009 - five of them this

year. . ,

Asia was the most dangerous region of
the world for journalists this decade, with
238 journalists, or 33 per cent of all the

- decade’s victims, murdered there. A total of
31 journalists were killed in Pakistan this

decade, eight of them in 2009, making this —

year the most lethal for journalists there in the
last 10 years — due to a violent standoff
between the Pakistan army and Pakistan Tal-
iban militants.

The second most lethal region for jour-

. nalists this decade was the Middle East and .

North Africa. A total of 202 journalists were
killed there this decade — 27 per cent of the
. global total for 2000 to 2009.

The Americas rank just behind the Middle
East and North Africa, in third place, at 22
per cent, with 162 journalists killed this
decade. Seven journalists were killed on the
job in the United States this decade, four of

them when two TV news helicopters crashed
while filming a chase in Phoenix, Arizona. °

Europe ranks fourth, due to the high death’

toll in Russia, making up 9 per cent of the
_ world total for 2000-2009.

Africa, in sixth place, was less dangerous
than Europe for journalists this decade.
Nonetheless, a total of 53 journalists — 7 per
cent of the decade’s global total — were mur-
dered on the African continent over the last
ten years, 22 of them in Somalia, where nine
journalists were killed in 2009 = victims of a
lethal upsurge in violence as Islamic militants
battle forces from an interim government, in
the anarchic country. ~

. In the Middle East and North Africa; as
elsewhere across the world, impunity for those
who murder, assault, harass and intimidate
journalists remained the unacceptable norm.

IPI Director David Dadge said: “All of
those journalists who lost their lives between

2000 and 2009 were seeking to provide infor- -

mation to the public and the International
Press Institute pays tribute to their courage.
Organisations such as our own will continue
to press governments to find their murderers
and to make sure that as we enter a new
decade their bravery is not forgotten.”

For each Middle East and North Africa
country in the 2009 World Press Freedom
Review, IPI issued a series of recommenda-
tions designed to help promote and improve
the practice of free and independent jour-
nalism. Of a total of 78 recommendations,
17 urged the government to repeal laws that
stifle independent reporting. These- include
often vaguely-worded and broadly-applicable
state security laws, criminal defamation laws,
and restrictive press.laws and codes.

A further 11 recommendations addressed
the all-too-common phenomenon of security

. service harassment, arbitrary detention, mon-

itoring, and assault of journalists. In connec-
‘tion with this, IPI urged the authorities to
transparently investigate all-allegations.of
security service abuse directed at journalists,
as, well-as all other assaults and murders of
reporters.

In seven of its recommendations, IPI urged :

the authorities to ensure that bloggers are
free to report without any pressure through

muzzling Internet legislation, filters, and ©

recording of user identities in Internet cafes.
IPI also urged the authorities to ensure
functioning Access to Information laws, com-
plete with independent complaints commis-
sions, to release all journalists jailed for their
work, to establish independent pudiciaries, to
end censorship of journalists, and to ensure no
political pressure is brought to bear on editors
and reporters.
The last decade will be in focus again, at
. IPI’s 11-14 September 2010 World Congress
in Vienna and Bratislava, at which IPI will be
honouring 10 World Press Freedom Heroes —
one for each year of the decade.
They will join 50 World Press Freedom
Heroes already honoured at IPI’s 50th World
* Congress‘in Boston — making a total of 60, for

IPI’s 60th year defending press freedom

around the globe.

Socialised
‘medicine in
the Bahamas

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THE letter referenced above

. contains the following state-

ment: “The curious task of eco-
nomics is to demonstrate to
men how little they know about
what they imagine they can
design.” No doubt about it, the
discipline of economics is quite
well suited to demonstrate how
little is known!

Economics does not have a
very good history of pointing
anything out that is of much
help before the fact (hence four
unexpected economic crises in

the last 22 years) but are some-
what better at analyzing events .-
after they, have occurred. Fur-’

thermore, it has been said that:
“Tt is strange that the same peo-
ple who laugh at gypsy fortune-
tellers take economics serious-
ly. ”

Perhaps the iypertolic: so-
called “takeover of the local
pharmaceutical industry” would
not be happening if some essen-
tial medications were more rea-
sonably priced in the first place.
However, should anyone: not
wish to be a part of this, I’m
sure there would be no objec-
tion if they choose to pay the
usual exorbitant prices dictated

by foreign pharmaceutical man-’

ufacturers.
A voucher system for the

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or per year? Would there be
different expiration dates for
different vouchers? What hap-
pens when the vouchers are
used up? Would one get differ-
ent vouchers for different inves-

tigations or procedures, or even.

different diseases?
It is generally accepted that
the USA has the most wastc-

' ful:healthcare system in the

world anid it is far from the best
(see WHO statistics). Like The

Bahamas, it is run primarily by .

insurance companies and
roughly 47 million American
adults and children (yes, chil-
dren) have no health insurance.
Therefore, indigent patients
tend to flood the ER’s with
non-emergencies because
healthcare.can usually be
obtained there free of charge
(guess who pays for them in the

long run). Except for the USA, .

socialised medicine has come
into being in just about every

_ Teasonably. progressive coun-

poor has been mentioned in the ‘
letter. Although worthy of con- »

sideration, this is probably
unworkable and. too cumber-
some if for.no other reason
than it is often extremely diffi-
cult to define exactly who is
poor and thus qualified for
assistance. This could only be
done accurately by tremendous
government intrusion into one’s
private financial and personal

affairs: Unfortunately, far too -
~many sick people begin by

being reasonably well off and

, become. decidedly poorer as

their terrifying medical expens-

. eS mount. especially for those

in the middle class. It is shock-
ing that about 2/3: of bankrupt-
cies in the US are said to be
due to medical expenses and
over 50 per cent of these people

have medical insurance! But at’

which point can patients be

_ defined as being “poor” and

therefore deserving of vouch-
ers? This ‘kind of discretion
would be very open to politi-

cal abuse. How would the

Healthcare Voucher Czar be
appointed? What are the crite-
ria? Who will pay for the
vouchers and how? Would a
voucher cover e.g. one X-ray
view of the chest or the usually
much more worthwhile. two
views? If a severely injured per-
son enters the ER, how many
vouchers are they entitléd to



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IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE CANTON

GRAHAM late of Miami, Florida, one of the |

United States of America, deceased.
NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22"
day of February, A.D. 2010 after which date the
Administratrix will proceed to distribute the
estate having regard only to the “claims of which
she shall have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore

mentioned.

Dated the 2â„¢ day of February, A.D. 2010

Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law’
Attorney for the Administratrix
3 Cable Beach Court

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try.

American Medicare (and
Medicaid) has been function-
ing for 44. years and is a pretty
successful, government-run
socialised medicine system for

people over age 65. It is of.

interest that almost no’ one is
suggesting that Medicare be
terminated. Furthermore,

despite the many valid com- -

plaints, no country that has a
socialised medicine system has
ever voted to abolish it! It’s as if
most people (patients) would
rather have a loaf of (some

might say mouldy) ce than .

none,

The excessive Boss and

inequities of our T present health-

care system, like those of the
USA, are immoral and border
on the obscene. Let’s face it, if
a lumber yard tries to sell a
sheet of plywood for $50 when
a hurricane is around, we con-
demn it as profiteering, and we
should think of. outrageous
medical costs in much the same
way. Our present medical “sys-
tem” is clearly a failure for too

_ many people and, whether we

like it or not, it is simply a mat-
ter of time before.a socialised
medicine system countermea-
sure (good or bad) is intro-
duced in The Bahamas. This
could result in a rushed, bird-
brained scheme such as the
attempt a few years ago, ory
hopefully, it would be in a more
measured and thoughtful “one

‘step at a time” approach that

might have a sear chance for
success.

Some type of socialised med-
icine will happen in. The
Bahamas eventually, as it will
one day in the USA, but pre-
cisely which political party will
introduce it, and when, remains
tobeseen. ©

However, bearing in mind
that only God could design a
perfect plan, it is up to biparti-
san “do-gooders”, and anyone
else who feels they have an
obligation toward the less for-
tunate, to cooperate and work
honestly towards putting:a basi-
cally realistic: plan into effect,
warts and all. (Please see 1
Corinthians 13:13). The
involvement and goodwill of
our medical community is
essential for success. .

I repeat: socialised medicine

‘is the worst type of medicine —

except for all the others.

\

KEN W Knowles, MD
_ (Non-“do- gooder”)

Nassau,

. February, 2010.

Call for ban on cars’
dark window tinting

EDITOR, The Tribune.

IN VIEW of the recent spate of women being attacked and
robbed on returning to their homes, I should like to make a few

recommendations.

~ Some years back, dark winddw tinting on cars was against the
law — a law never enforced. If my memory serves me correct-
ly, this law was also applied to the covering of licence plates with
a plastic protective shield. Again — never enforced.
Last year, my handbag was snatched from my car, and had

the- number plate been clearly visible and not covered with
this plastic (totally yellowed and discoloured) we could have giv-
en this vital piece of information to the police.

‘Obviously, having some form of tint on car windows to
reduce the glare of “the sun and heat build up is necessary.
However, when it's impossible to see inside a car because of the
almost black tint is nothing short of ludicrous. It makes one
wonder how many unsavoury characters are lurking inside

-their cars knowing they are totally invisible to the outside

world!

We are constantly being reminded to assist the police in help-
ing them find these persons who make our lives a living hell.
Driving home always on the alert that the car behind is fol-
lowing you is making us nervous wrecks.

May I respectfully request that the powers that be ban these
two unnecessary/illegal? auto "accessories" thereby Simplifying

life for both the police and the general public.

A CONCERNED RESIDENT
Nassau, -
February 11, 2010.

IN THE ESTATE OF CALVIN GRAHAM,
JR. late of Carib Road, in the Island of
New Providence, one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22"
day of February, A.D. “2010 after which date the
Administrator will proceed to distribute the estate
having regard only to the claims of which she
shall-have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore -

mentioned.

Dated the 2"! day of February, A.D. 2010

Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law
Attorney for the Administratrix
3 Cable Beach Court

Nassau, The Bahamas


THE TRIBUNE

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 5



Pe eee ee
Kerzner International teams up with Marathon Bahamas

MORE than 400 local and
international runners have
signed up for the 1st annual
Marathon Bahamas scheduled
to take place in New Providence
tomorrow morning.

Among the list of corporate
sponsors for the inaugural
event, which is also the first time
a marathon is being run in the
country in the 21st century, is
Kerzner International.

Ahead of tomorrow’s event,
Kerzner International president
and managing director George
Markantonis along with senior
vice-president of public affairs
Ed Fields presented'a cheque
to the Marathon Bahamas’
chairman and chairman of Sun-
shine Holdings, Franklyn Wil-
son.

Mr Wilson remarked that it
was actually Atlantis’ hosting
of the 2009 Miss Universe
Pageant that inspired the birth
of Marathon Bahamas.

The idea of attempting this |

had its genesis in the hosting of
the Miss Universe Pageant.

“Organising: such a large
scale event in such a short time
period, proved that anything is
possible,” Mr Wilson said.

He also noted that with the
support of Kerzner Interna-
tional’s Mr Fields, who also sits
on the board of Marathon
Bahamas, they were able to
engage the organisers of.the
Boston Marathon in helping
them to put on this large scale
event. Mr Markantonis is
endorsing the marathon, as he

said he believes that it can be of
significant benefit to the com-
pany, the tourism industry, and
the country as a whole.

“Because of our proximity
to the US, there is nothing we
can’t do here in the Bahamas. It
can have significant value for
us as a tourist destination as this ~
event will no doubt drive people
here,” he said.

Mr Markantonis promised
Kerzner International’s future
support of the event, which is
already showing early signs of
success. He promised even fur-
ther partnership in the future

»as organisers seek to attract run-

ners from across the globe for

. the yearly marathon.

’ As a major sponsor, Kerzner. -
International’s resort brand



"T vex at all these posters, signs
and banners what all over Prince
Charles Road. I hope when this
by-election come and go, them
political advertisements come
down just as quick as they went
up because they are an eyesore
and a disgrace. Instead of wasting
all that money on signage, the
candidates should have done
something worthy with that mon-
ey - like send it to Haiti or donate

|

ittoa local charity."
- VEX AT ALL THESE
POLITICAL SIGNS.

"I vex at how lawless our
motorists are, putting my life and
their lives at risk everyday. When
someone ain' rushing out of a
corner into oncoming traffic forc-

ing me to slam breaks, they over-.
taking me for no reason or’

speeding on the round-a-bout.

IN THE ESTATE OF. SHIRLEY VRNICE
PARRIS late of Nashville, Tennessee, one of the
Untied States of America, deceased.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22"
day of February, A.D. 2010 after which. date the
Administratrix will proceed to distribute the
estate having regard only to the claims of which

she shall have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full:
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore

|} mentioned.

"Dated the 2" day of February, A.D. 2010

_ Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law
Attorney for the Administratrix
3 Cable Beach Court
Nassau, The Bahamas

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE
SHIRLAW LIMITED.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Extraordinary General
Meeting of the Shareholders of the above-named Company. was
duly convened and held on the Eleventh day of February, 2010
the following resolutions were passed:

RESOLVED that SHIRLAW LIMITED be wound

up voluntarily.

“RESOLVED that DAYAN BOURNE be appointed
the Liquidator for the purpose of such winding up.

Dated the 11th day of February, 2010.

H & J CORPORATE SERVICES LTD.
’ Registered Office
For the above-named Company



IN THE ESTATE OF MAVIS GRAHAM late
_of Brooklyn, New York, one of the United States

of America, deceased.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
‘any claim or demand against the said estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
writing to the undersigned on or before the 22â„¢
day of February, A.D. 2010 after which date the
Administratrix will proceed to distribute the
estate having regard only to the claims of which

she shall have had notice.

AND notice is hereby given that all persons
indebted to the estate are required to make full
settlement on or before the date hereinbefore

mentioned.

Dated the 1* day of February, A.D. 2010

Raquel L. Wilson
Counsel & Attorney-at-Law
Attorney for the Administratrix .
3 Cable Beach Court
Nassau, The Bahamas





"This kind of slackness on. the
road is indicative of a wider social
problem - Bahamians are aggres-
sive with no regard to the law or
others. No wonder we ‘got all this
crime, we can't control ourselves
or our emotions, no wonder this
lil' island in the state it's in now."

- MAD MOTORIST.

- "I vex at how expensive food

is in Nassau. Every place I go

cost me almost $10 for lunch and
when the service behind the .
counter ain' stink, the food is.
When are these business owners
going to realise that for them to
survive, they need to treat and
train their employees better and
cook good food before they get
run out of business."
- HUNGRY AND BROKE.

"T vex that my water.out east
still rusty-and hard. And when it
ain’ rusty, I lucky to even have
water at all. I was taking a show-
er the other day, and just before
my water get turn off it got all
rusty and red. God knows what
that is what went into my skin -
this is ridiculous. Water and Sew-
erage need to do better than that -
man, people out east need to
bathe and clean their house man,
stop doing us like this man."

. » NEED CLEAN WATER
OUT EAST.

"I vex that the FNM ain' send
Dr Duane Sands to debate with
the rest of the candidates on
Tuesday. I know they said they ©
was busy campaigning in Eliza- °
beth but I think the party and

’. Dr Sands owed it to the people ;
-to reveal his ideas in a forum

where they could be openly chal- _
lenged.

~ "They mussy think the
Bahamian people stupid and will -
fall for the old election tactics of
party, beer and jobs - wait, they
still might fall for that but there
are some voters out there who
appreciate an exchange of ideas.
People who want to see candi-
dates out there sensibly arguing
their views so that voters can bet-
ter assess them."

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Atlantis, Paradise Island, also
gains significant exposure both
locally and internationally from
this event.

Atlantis’ iconic Royal Tow-
ers backdrop is prominently dis-
played on the Marathon
Bahamas website.

Also, all participants will
receive a commemorative
Atlantis branded medal;
Atlantis will be prominently fea-
tured in the souvenir booklet,
and.every photograph of the

run will feature Atlantis and the |

other major sponsor, Spirit Air-

- lines, on the border.

Marathon Bahamas takes
place tomorrow, starting at 6am.

‘ Other organised events include
-a fitness expo in the Crown

Ballroom at.Atlantis today.



(L-R) Karner intemnatlonal senior vice- president of public affairs
Ed Fields, Marathon Bahamas’ chairman and chairman of Sunshine.
‘Holdings Franklyn Wilson, and Kerzner International president and
managing director George Markantonis..



Men plead guilty in Supreme Court trial

By DENISE MAYCOCK
_ Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Two men on trial for rape
pleaded guilty in the Supreme Court this week. .
‘Bernard Evans, 24, and Dale Pierre, 20, were
charged with armed robbery, rape, housebreak-
ing and receiving in connection with a complaint
. on June 2008
Justice Hartman Longley, who was recently
appointed a judge in Grand Bahama, presided

over the trial, which opened on Tuesday.

Evans pleaded guilty to charges of rape and
receiving on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Pierre also pleaded guilty to
rape and armed robbery, but was acquitted of
house breaking and receiving.

Justice Longley remanded the men to Fox
Hill Prison until sentencing on March 15,

Evans also appeared in the Magistrate’s Court
before Deputy Chief Magistrate Helen Jones
on the charges of housebreaking and stealing.

This matter was adjourned to April 27 for tri-
al. K Brian Hanna represented both men.



Eleutherans hand together to raise money for Haiti Relief

TIPPY’S Restaurant and Pineapple Fields °
sponsored. a lively concert in Governor’s Har-
bour to raise money foran Eleutheran contingent
that will be travelling to Haiti for relief efforts this
week. With over 200 guests, the concert was able
to raise $3,000 through a cover charge, and an
additional $3,000 in pledges to support the Rotary
Clubs of the Bahamas relief efforts which include
a two-week trip led by the Rotary Club of
Eleuthera’s president Shaun Ingraham.

Performers included Don Bouchat and Big

Belly and the Haitian Sensations, the Queen’s
Highway Band, and the Tarpum Bay United
Junkanoo Group.

A day after the world came together to respond
to a star-studded telethon “Hope for Haiti”,
Eleutherans came together to show their sup-
port for their Caribbean neighbours.

If you are interested in donating to the Rotary
Club of Eleuthera in support of Haiti trip please
call Mr Ingraham at 470-8880 or email shaun-
donavon@yahoo.com. :

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Meet all local insurance requirements;

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interests of the United States;

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the work in accordance with this solicitation.

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Canned goods being
Collected for Haiti

AN ASUE organisation is collecting canned goods to send
to Haiti with the Bahamas Red Cross to aid those in need fol-
lowing last month’s devastating earthquake.

Goods can be donated at 25 locations across Nassau as well
as in George Town, Exuma; Alice Town, Bimini and Harbour
Island where there are signs indicating participation in the
Asue Draw for Haiti.

The Asue group is a financial savings pool operating under
Five Point Security Systems Limited.

Director of National Crime Prevention Office Superin-
tendent Stephen Dean said-police do not have any policy
against asues and joining an asue is an individual choice.

“It’s a tradition thing,” Supt Dean said. “And it comes
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From Nassau to Green Turtle Cay, —
You were known in many quarters;
From Abaco to Eleuthera,

You covered Bahamian waters.

A long and healthy if you had;

God gave ninety-five years;

Yes, each year God added blessings,
And took away your fears.

You were a faithful, loving husband,
And a good father too;

You showed your love in many ways;
All knew that this was true. ;

God called your wife, Elsie, home,
But still you carried on,

Although you missed her very much
After she was gone.

But Rita, your daughter, was kind,
And always cared for you;

She and her husband, Gregory,
Did all that they could do.

You were always an example;

Your love embraced each one
Whom you came across day by day
From dawn till set of sun

You never drove a car at all;

You rode a motor-bike,

But you never missed a meeting,
And did not have to hike.

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LOCAL NEWS

ICE CREAM giant Ben
& Jerry’s Atlantis’ fran-
chise has been open for
less than two years, but its
managers have already
won a coveted award.

The ice cream parlour’s
management team has
been named “Managers of

world” by the franchise.

Award

It’s.a title managers
‘Detra Sutherland-Bastian,
Sonia Smith and Chef Paul
Hayward were happy to
accept from returning
restaurant manager
Monique Pinder-Knowles.
Ms Knowles brought home
the award after attending
Ben & Jerry’s yearly fran-
chise meeting in Punta
Cana, Dominican Republic
in January.

The Marina Village ice
cream parlour was. recog-
nised.as the “Most Out-
standing and Innovative
Shop in the world” at the
Global Awards Ceremony,
beating out 459 other loca-
tions worldwide.

Chef Paul Hayward
gives credit to the hard-.
working managers and
staff at the local Ben &
Jerry’s who he said have

ice cream franchise in

2008.

He said 2009 proved to
be a banner year for them
as they also managed to
get a very high JD Power
score of 7.81 for the year
compared with a 7.35 goal.

“Its makes me very

. proud of what the team

has accomplished and

done “a phenomenal job" maintsined, since we
since Atlantis acquired the Danlead,

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Pastor Marcel Lightbourne
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You had dear friends who carried you
‘Where you needed to go;
God provided transportation;

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WME

You even braved a task which seemed
. Could not at all be done

The task of carrying a cross

To preach to everyone.









WLLL

Yes, one and all offered to help;

Soon the task was begun

The “Cross” was carried. o’er the miles,
Where many trusted Gods’s Son.

You led many souls to the Lord
Through this “Cross” and other ways;
God put his stamp upon your life,
And gave you many days.

An author measured with the best;

Yes, many books you wrote; :
You taught the simple and sublime: °
In all your books God’s Word you quote.

But a final illness took you back

To Wales, your earthly home,

But soon God called you Home to Him,
Now to your heavenly home.






A faithful servant to your Lord,
Everyone was your friend;

More important, you were God’s friend
Up to the very end.





To God may all the glory be,

Who does His wonders still

Through His Word and saving power,
And through His servant BILL.







| Ice cream chain’s Atlantis

“They have achieved a
great deal, from local char-
ity work, recycling projects
to customer service
enhancements. I look for-

ward to the great things we ©

can achieve in 2010 once

again.”

Celebrating»

In addition to celebrat-
ing their franchise-wide
win, Ms Pinder-Knowles
also participated in the
conference along with
nearly 200 franchisees.

Attendees learned about
the company’s business
priorities, strategic initia-
tives, as well as the latest
plans for its three part mis-
sion. Neg

‘Ms Pindeéer-Knowles said
one of the most enjoyable

parts of the trip was a tour



team on top of the world

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of a local cocoa factory,
Tomas’s Plantation, where
they learned the process of
chocolate making. Choco-
late is one of the key ingre-
dients in the company’s
numerous ice cream
flavours.

The Ben & Jerry’s fran-
chise is also well known for
its philanthropy. Also dur-
ing the meeting of Ben &
Jerry’s stores from around
the world, the group par-
ticipated in Habitat for
Humanity.

They went to a small
town named, Macao, to
help the Haitian and
Dominican residents in
that community by paint-
ing homes, repairing bath-
rooms and cementing
floors and making other
minor improvements for
people in need.



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The Holy Ghost Prayer-Line number is 326-7427
- (www.gtwesley.org)

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 2010

7:00 a.m. Rev. Carla Culmer/Sis. Marilyn Tinker*
11:00 a.m. Bro. Ernest Miller/Youth (B)

7:00 p.m, Rev. Carla Culmer/Board of Music Ministry
Theme: “ But As For Me And My Household, We Will Serve the Lord”






Grace and Peace Wesleyan Church
A Society of The Free Methodist Church of
North America

Y 2 g Pa ~ WHERE (ery) IS ADORED AND EVERYONE IS AFFIRMED,

- Prayer Time: 10:15a.m. to 10:45 am.

Church School during Worship Service’

Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister: Rev. Henley Perry

P.O.Box SS-5631
Telephone number: 324-2538
Telefax number: 324-2587

ME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERV,



LIGHT AND LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH

Grounded In The Past &.
Geared To The Future ©

Worship time: [lam & 7pm

Sunday School: 9:45am
Prayer time: 6:30pm
Place: The Madeira

Shopping Center

Pastor Knowles can be heard each
morning on Joy 101.9 at 8:30 a.m.

Rey. Dr. Franklin Knowles

ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND

Pastor: Rev. Dr Franklin Knowles
P.O.Box EE-16807
Telephone number 325-5712
EMAIL - lynnk@ batelnet.bs



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caught by it (5) 20 Achange of route is quite = (11)
23 Brings into line higher- out of the ordinary (5) > 9 Mentor (7)
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West dealer. South’s only real chance for the
Both sides vulnerable. : contract was to steal a diamond trick,
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#KQ84 ruffed again by South.
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Â¥84 = known for his ability to pull a rabbit
AJ72 * 10953 out ofa hat at the bridge table, made
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Slavenburg led his last trump,
and West, under the illusion that he
had to hold his J-7-2 of diamonds to

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carded a club. Declarer threw a club
from dummy, and now East, who
likewise felt he had to keep his dia-

also discarded a club,

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tricks with his A-J-9-7 of clubs to
make five hearts doubled.

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Dolphins release
disgruntied LB
Joey Porter

FOOTBALL |
MIAMI | ‘
Associated Press

’ THE Miami Dolphins have
released disgruntled line-
-backer Joey Porter.

The Dolphins made the :

announcement Friday in a
three-sentence press release:
“Porter had. been publicly
demanding his release, saying
he was frustrated about his

reduced role last.season and :
that he doubted that his rela- ;
tionship with coach.Tony :

Sparano could be repaired.

‘The four-time Pro Bowl }
linebacker led the AFC in ;
2008 with 17?-sacks. His had }
just riine sacks in 2009. But :
that was still enough to lead Y

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Froch to face
Kessler on April
24 in Denmark

BOXING
NEW YORK
Associated Press *:

CARL. Froch will defend }
his WBC stiper middleweight. :
title against Mikkel. Kessler §:
4 in.the second :

Star Trackers Track Club

The ‘fight will be held at :
the MCH Messecentre in :
Herning, Denmark. It was ::
originally scheduled for April:
17 as part of a split-site dou- }
bleheader, with Andre Ward i ;
: By BRENT STUBBS |
: Senior Sports Reporter

date and Jocation for that : hetubbs@tribunemedia.net

on April
round of the Super Six World
Boxing Classic.

facing Allan Green in anoth-
er second-round bout. The

fight has. not been:
announced. ;
-"The atmosphere at MCH :

.

am now ont fora knockout i
: clubs.

ill be back in the

and the first three points."

Kessler
ring after getting stopped by
Ward in his opening match
of the modified round-robin’
tournamént,: where three
points are awarded for a
knockout; two-for a decision
victory an one for .a draw.
Of the six fighters, the four

with the most points after :
three bouts advance to seed-
ed’semifinals with the cham- :
pion to be crowned next }

year,
Froch. (os. 0,20 KOs).is

coming off a decision victory

over Andre Dirrell in his :
first-round match, but will be :
defending his title in a hostile :

environment.

Kessler (42-2, 32 KOs) was :

born in nearby ‘Copenhagen,
and more than 90 percent of.
tickets were sold in the first 3
hours the last time he fought
in Herning. His promoter
Kalle Sauerland said the
MCH is configuring the are-

na to hold more people for :

this fight.

"I am upset for my fans
with the change of date, but
this has been unpreventable
due to scheduling issues,"

Froch said. "I just hope that :
my fans will understand this :
change and will still come in :
their thousands to support :

me in Herning."

Moving the fight back |
means it won't conflict with a :
proposed doubleheader on :

the same day featuring Kelly :
Pavlik against Sergio Mar-

tinez and Lucian Bute against :

: match at Stamford Bridge, London, Saturday, Jan 16, 2010.

Edison Miranda.



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Men's national softhall team lose opener

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

THE Bahamas men’s

: national softball team got

: blanked in their opening

: match at the Central Amer-

: ican and Caribbean Games’

_? qualifying tournament: yes-
: terday.

But Bahamas Softball

: Federation president Bur-
: kett Dorsett said the team is
: confident that they can
: bounce back in San Andres,

California and finish in the

: top seven.

The Bahamas got blanked

| 7-0 by the Dominican

Dominican Republic
shuts out Bahamas 7-0



Republic as ace Edney ‘the

Heat’ Bethel gave up seven
runs on six hits with three
strike outs in suffering the

‘loss.
He was ‘relieved by Dar-.

ren Mortimer.

Winston Seymour had the.

lone hit for the Bahamas in
the game as he finished with
a 1-for-2 performance at the
plate.

With the oe leat in the

original ; schedule,

the
Bahamas only had to play
one game yesterday. Today,
they will play their second
game against Puerto Rico.
Also included in their pool;

are the British Virgin’

Islands, Mexico, Costa Rica
and Honduras.
The other pool comprises

of Venezuela, Colombia,

Cuba, US Virgin Islands,
ia and Guatemala.

In order to qualify for the
CAC Games in Puerto Rico
in July, the Bahamas will
have to finish inthe top sev-
en. Eight teams will advance
out of the tournament with
‘Puerto Rico getting a bye as
the host country.

Dorsett said when he con-
tacted the team, they indi-
cated that they played very
well, but they expected the
Dominicans to be as sharp
as they were.

“The Dominican Repub-
lic is a much improved team,
so they expected their per-
formance,” Dorsett stated.
“But they are in high spirits
and they are ready to. take

on Puerto Rico.” »
-Although they dropped
their opener, Dorsett said
the federation is looking for-
ward to some good results
from the team because he’s
excited about their make-up.

The team is managed by
Perry Seymour'with Bobby
Saunders and Alphonso
‘Chicken’ Albury as the
coaches. Jeffery ‘Beef’ Hen-
field is in charge of the dele-
gation.

It’s uncertain who will get
the starting nod today, but
the other two pitchers on the
team are Alcott. Forbes and

Brain ‘Ninja’ Neely from

Grand Bahama.



i BAAA aliblic relations officer Alpheus ‘Hawk’ Finlayson and BAAA’s president Mike Saris test out the two new wheelchairs resented to the association by the Star Trackers Track
: Club on Thursday at the Thomas A. Robinson Track and Field Stadium: Looking on in the back row from left are BAAA’s Council Member Harrison Petty; BAAA’s first vice pres-

ident Sherwin Stuart and’Star Trackers’ coaches Levan Rolle, Devin Cartwright, Baars Strachan, Devynne Charlton, Camiesha Missick, Trevor Mackey and Don Shannon Fer-
guson; along with head coach David Chariton.

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donates wheelchairs to BAAA

- WHILE the support from

Herning is incredible. I only | the general public has been

t of i : ;
es omaha eae as ; of the track and field meets,
knocked out Gusymr Perdo- :
mo in the same arena in Sep- :

tember. "After a bad start, I :

overwhelming so far for all

the Bahamas Association of
Athletic Associations got

some much needed assis- ©

tance from one of its local

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On. Wednesday at the
Thomas A. Robinson Track
and Field Stadium, the Star
Trackeis Track Club pre-
sented the BAAA with two
brand new wheelchairs.

“On behalf of Common-
wealth Drugs and Medical
Supplies and the Star Track-
ers Club family, we present

the BAAA with two new

wheelchairs and hope that
they can be put to good use if

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the need arises,” said Devin
Cartwright, one of the senior
members of the team.

Head coach David Charl-
ton said along with The Pre-

scription Parlour Pharmacy, .

the Star Trackérs and Com-
monwealth Drugs and Med-
ical Supplies saw the need
for the assistance.for the ath-
letes, who from time to time

get injured during the track ~

and field Seas.

“So we are very pleased to .

ensure the continued growth
and development of our ath-
letes in our beloved sport,”
Charlton said.

BAAA president Mike
Sands and public: relations
officer Alpheus ‘Hawk’ Fin-
layson were the first to sit in
the new chairs. Sands also
attempted to challenge Fin-
layson to a race on the track,
but he declined. :

In accepting the chairs on
behalf of the BAAA’s exec-
utives, coaches and athletes,
Sands. said they are very
grateful for the gesture from
the three entities.

“You can be assured that
this equipment will go to full
use for ail those who need

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them, especially the ath-
letes,” Sands stated. “You
will recognise from time to
time that in our sport,
injuries occur.

“The athletes need to be
transported in as comfort-
able and quick a manner-
. possible to the medical facil-

ity to be dealt with, so this

‘should expedite that.”

Sands said in speaking to
Dr. Cyprian Strachan, the

‘ head of their medical depart-

ment, there was the need for
the wheelchairs and so the
gifts from the Star Trackers
was timely.

“T can assure you that they
will be well kept and used in
the proper manner,” he
summed aes

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SOCCER

~LONDON °
Associated Press

AFTER seeing his side's
league form dip; Chelsea man-
ager Carlo Ancelotti turns his
attention the to FA-Cup seek-
ing to revive hopes of a
domestic double.

The path to a successful cup
defense had been cleared by
the early elimination of rivals
Manchester United, Liverpool
and Arsenal, but holders
Chelsea must overcome sec-
ond-tier Cardiff in the, fifth
round without the services of
two key defenders.

Captain and centerback
John Terry has been allowed
to travel to Dubai to see his
wife after the emergence of
allegations that the father-of-
two had an affair with Eng-
land teammate Wayne
Bridge's former partner.

And leftback Ashley Cole
discovered Thursday that he
faces three months on the
sidelines with a broken ankle.
That injury, which requires
surgery, was sustained after
Chelsea lost 2-1 at Everton on

Wednesday, a result that saw
its Premier League lead
trimmed to a point.
After.winning every match
in' January, Chelsea has col-

lected just four. points from a*

possible nine in the Premier
League this month. Now
Ancelotti wants to use the FA
Cup clash with Cardiff to get
Chelsea's season back on
track.

"It's a very important com-
petition that they won last
‘year before I got here," the
former AC Milan coach said.
"We have a great opportunity
to advance, but we know
Cardiff will come to do their
best.

"The cup is totally different
here to Italy because in Italy
the Italian Cup is not inter-
esting for anybody — not the
players or the fans. The sta-
diums were empty. It is dif-
ferent here."

Cole's injury will create an
opening at leftback for versa-
tile Russia international Yury
Zhirkov.

"L have a lot of confidence
in him because he is a very
good player," Ancelotti said.

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rally from league setback

"We wanted to buy him i in the
summer becaiise he could also’
be an alternative to Ashley.
Now his-moment has come
and I think he will be fit to do
the best."

After Chelsea, the highest-

ranking team left in the FA
Cup is fifth-placed Manches-
ter City, which hosts Premier
League rival Stoke.

After being denied a spot
in the League Cup final by
Manchester United, the FA
Cup is City's last realistic
chance of landing a first major
trophy since 1976.

"The FA Cup is the most
important for me — we have
two targets this season — the
FA Cup and finishing in the
top four," City manager
Roberto Mancini said. "But
Stoke are a very strong team
and we need to improve our
play to reach the next round."

In Saturday's other match-
es, Birmingham is at Derby,
Reading hosts second-tier
rival West Bromwich Albion
and there is a south-coast
derby with Portsmouth mak-
ing the short trip to
Southampton.


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MARTIAL ARTS
BRIGHTON TOWNSHIP,
Mich.

Associated Press |

JAMES WEBER is in a :
unique position as a doctor :
researching neurological dam- ;
age and commissioner of ;
sporting events where head }

injuries occur.

Weber of Brighton Town-

ship, about 35 miles north-
west of Detroit, will chair the

Michigan Unarmed Combat ;

Commission through June 5,
2012.
The commission regulates

professional boxing and :
mixed martial arts events in :

the state.
"I've always enjoyed box-
ing. I-was a gym rat, both to

stay in shape and to learn the ;
sport of boxing, as well as to :
become a very.good ringside :
"said Weber, a :
University of Michigan Med- :

physician,

ical Center emergency physi-
cian.

Mixed martial arts com- }
bines several forms of con- }
tact-fighting sports, including :.
kickboxing, wrestling and }

boxing.

The 44- -year-old Weber is

studying pugilistic dementia.
His goal on the commission
is to promote boxing and

mixed martial arts while :.
advancing research on what }
can be done to prevent i

injuries, Weber said.

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vide credentials and

punitive action when neces- :

sary.

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The marathon is a
26-mile run that starts
at 6am, Sunday, February
14, at Fort Montagu.
The route heads west along
East Bay Street, over the
western bridge to Paradise
_lsland, returning over the
eastern bridge to Shirley
Street; west on Shirley
Street past Centreville
House, along Marlborough
Street to West Bay Street,
and west to Old Fort Bay,
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grounds overlooking Shirley Street.
Hundreds of runners are cxpected to
pass this area.

The Collins Estate grounds is an official
cheer spot for Star Trackers and Seedlings
Place. There will be Bahamian music and
food, creating a ‘down home’ Bahamian
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WHEN he arrived in

Cleveland, Shaquille O'Neal
made it clear there would be
no more double-teaming
Orlando's Dwight Howard.
He'd handle things himself,

as he did Thursday night. Oh, |

and he wants his cape back.

"I don't really consider it
manning up until you play me
straight up," O'Neal said.
"I've never doubled anybody.
So you tell me who the real
Superman is."

LeBron ‘James had 32
points and 13 assists as the
Cavaliers — with a big
fourth-quarter defensive
effort from O'Neal —
matched their franchise
record by winning their 13th
straight game with a 115-106
victory over the Magic.

It was a rematch of last sea-
. son's Eastern Conference
finals, and both teams are -

again on top of the East this
year, but O'Neal, who had 10

points and six rebounds on .

Thursday, has made a huge
difference for Cleveland.

The Cavaliers are 4-0 this
season against the Lakers and
Magic, teams they struggled
to beat a year ago.

"We swept San Antonio in
the regular season (in 2007),

‘then got to the finals and they

swept us in the finals," James
said. "You want to win those
games, of course. What you
do in the regular season is
good, but once the playoffs
start, everyone is 0-0." .
O'Neal and Howard —
both nicknamed "Superman"
— were plagued with foul

. trouble most of the night, tak-

ing some of the luster off
their physical battle in the
post. But O'Neal kept his
word ‘by taking care of
Howard by himself, while the
Magic employed a consistent
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the crowd. I know he caught
the ball one time in the post
and the crowd erupted like
he was about to do a Super-
man dunk or something."

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remained with the game tied
at 94,

Howard, who had 19 points
and 11 rebounds, immediate-
ly spun around O'Neal for a
dunk. The Magic didn't score

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floor, something the Cava-
liers sorely needed during
their battles with Orlando last
season.

Howard, who has struggled
with fouls in both meetings
against Cleveland this season,
overpowered the Cavaliers
during last season's finals,
averaging 25.8 points and 13
rebounds during Orlando's
series victory in six games. In
two games against O'Neal
and the Cavaliers this season,
Howard has averaged 15
points and nine rebounds.

"Don't compare me to
nobody," O'Neal said, bor-
rowing a line from J: ay-Z. "I'd
rather not be mentioned. I'm

offended."

O'Neal might have really
been offended by Howard's
recent commercial using the
"Superman" moniker, some-
thing he takes credit for cre-
ating upon entering the
league. Even James acknowl-
edged the nickname battle
has stung his teammate.

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Bahamas’ ship registry | 0™ page one

FROM page one

Discrepanciés have emerged about the fleet size data :
reported by Clarkson, but few are disputing another sta- :

tistic that could be just as damning for the Bahamas.

Marshall Islands was the fastest growing of the top four
registries last year. With a 14.9 per cent growth rate last
: wrote: “If this uncaring,

year, they dwarfed the Bahamas’ 4.2 per cent growth rate.
The global average is 6.3 per cent.

“We are in the business of monitoring who is growing, :
who is the largest and who is the smallest. Looking back
historically, Marshall Islands was at 30.5 million gross tons :
in 2005. Today they are 50.7, so that is a fairly significant :
increase over that period. Now, the global fleet has also :
been growing strongly for sometime, but they do seem to ;
” said Stephen Gordon, direc- :

be growing above average,”
tor, Clarkson Research Services Limited.

Progressive Liberal Party chairman, Bradley Roberts, ;
issued a statement demanding an explanation on the down- :
grade from Minister Earl Deveaux. The minister is cur- }

rently attending the Bahamas Maritime Conference and
Trade Show in Freeport.

“The claim of being the third largest registered fleet in ‘
the world has been challenged. If true, clearly Minister }
Deveaux is out of touch and is obliged to explain to the :
Bahamian people why the Bahamas has lost its presti- :
gious number three ranking it has held for years. We note :
that the Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) has five :
offices compared with 20 worldwide offices of the Marshall :

Islands,” said Mr Roberts.

The Bahamas government disclosed ‘figures late last

year that called into question Clarkson’s data.

Erma Rahming Mackey, BMA deputy director, told :
the Bahamas Financial Services Board that the Bahamas i
had 1,700 ships amounting to 52.8 million gross tons reg- :
istered with the International Maritime Organization :
(IMO) at the end of September 2009. At this time, the
Bahamas had just secured its seat on the IMO council at ;

the Band C level.

Teacher held in child sex probe

FROM page one.

: the police but feels they have so
: far failed to give a satisfactory
explanation of the raid.

He said he is now taking the
matter to the United Nations and
the Organisation of American
States. In a letter to Commissioner
of Police Ellison. Greenslade, he
high- -hand-
ed, blatant disregard for Bahamian
citizens is what we are to expect
from officers under your com-
mand, then we ought to be very
afraid as law-abiding citizens.”

According to the nephew, the
incident took place on January 5,
and involved around 35 officers,
12 vehicles and a bus. The source
said his aunts, both in their 70s,
live in adjoining houses but were

hosting a joint rae event at pe :

; time.

the girls involved in this latest incident in Eleuthera said
how she was impressed with how quickly the Ministry had :

reacted.
She said the alleged sexual misconduct perpetrated
against the 15-year-old came to light after the girl confided

in a teacher‘at the school, who then told the student to :

inform the principal.

It was after the principal called the girl’s parents to the
school that it then emerged that at least two other pupils ;

were claiming they had also been targeted by the teacher.
The girl’s mother has since given a statement to police.

The Ministry of Education’s team is also expected to
travel to the settlement of Rock Sound where they are i

reported to be conducting further investigations.

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FROM page one

The Public Disclosure Com-
mission came under:scrutiny this
week with confirmation from
prominent public figures, most
notably Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham, that they were in
breach of the Disclosure Act.

The law mandates public offi-
cials declare their financial assets
and interests in public'contracts,
annually, as a means of ensuring
accountability and public trust.
The Commission, chaired by
attorney Oswald Issacs, regu-
lates this activity. No one from
the Commission was available
for comment.

The Prime Minister said the
last time he officially disclosed
was prior to the 2007 general
election, the reason being he
allowed his schedule to distract
him from completing his obliga-
tions.

Mr Galanos, who is a former
Member of Parliament for
Englerston, representing the

Claims investigated

He claims both women were left
stricken with fear after the raid — as
was another female family mem-
ber, a breast cancer patient who
was recovering from surgery — after
being roughly forced to the floor.

According to the family, the
raid took place just three hours
after another family member who
sometimes lived at the house was
shot repeatedly on the same street
by a drive-by gunman.

The victim, the grandson of one
of the elderly women, was rushed
to hospital but died of his injuries
last week. The police are investi-
gating.

Bahamian law allows fora
search without a warrant under —

‘several conditions, for example
that persons occupying the premis-
es "have been convicted within the

preceding five years of an offence
involving fraud or dishonesty” or if
officers believe stolen property
ane be inside.

However, in such cases officers
are obligated to produce a warrant

within two hours if the subjects of

the search demand it.

‘In one of their letters to the
police, copied to Minister of
National Security Tommy Turn-

quest, the family said: “After 25°

minutes of the officers pulling,
throwing and destroying things and
spending an inordinate amount of
time in one.of the rooms, without

any supervision, they left with.

nothing in their hands and no
explanation."
The letter went on to ask a num-
ber of questions, including:
_ .. What was the purpose of this.
home invasion? .
Why were officer's numbers hid-

Call for review

Progressive Liberal Party, said
he was also guilty of non-com-
pliance, based on the fact that he
did not always file his disclo-
sures in a timely manner. Public
officials generally have about
four months to submit-their
forms at the start of each year.
“Tf anything it shows that it is
being administered and regulat-
ed in a lax manner. I think what
happens is we all recognise it is
an important exercise, and one

- that should be taken seriously.

‘However, in the absence of
penalties applied for either non
compliance or late compliance, I
think it has taken on a culture
that is very lassies faire,” said

~ Mr Galanos, who pointed out

that another act of failure on the
part of enforcement officers is
the fact that public officials
sometimes fail to submit sup-
porting documents, like bank
statements, when they do file.

Two officers charged

FROM page one

der, who will hold a watching brief for the family of Mr Key, told the
court yesterday that the family had expressed disappointment over
the progress of the case. Justice Watkins noted that the matter has
been given precedence over several other matters.

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course.

The next step in carrying out
the death sentence, according to
the law, would be for a death war-
rant to be read to Sawyer, howev-
er this could be stalled if he choos-
es to appeal his murder convic-
tion. i

If Sawyer petitions the Court of

- Appeal to overturn his death sen-

tence and is unsuccessful, he has
the option of taking his case to the
UK Privy Council,
Bahamas' final court of appeal.

Meanwhile Ms Morley, of
Granger’s Chambers, said she was
scheduled to meet with her for-
mer client today to discuss: his
appeal plans.

Sawyer, 29, was sentenced: to
death on November. 9, 2009, by

Senior Justice Anita Allen for the .

murder of Quality Discount Store
employee Sterling Eugene during
an armed robbery.

Evidence from his trial revealed
that Sawyer shot Eugene in the
back and the buttocks as he was
trying to stand up after a struggle,
involving the pair and another
employee. The two workers tried



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Death row inmate

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rant produced?

Why was so much time spent
in one room with no one pre-
sent?

Why was there so much disre-
spect for both senior citizens and
family members in the homes?

Who will bear the responsibility
of consequences to these seniors,
whose medical diagnosis consists
of severe hypertension, diabetes,
and bruising'to the chest area?

Who will be responsible for the
damage incurred in the home?

How do you expect individuals

_ to respect, work with and appreci-
ate officers who have no regard
for human beings?

The family claims they have had
one response from Commissioner
Greenslade, but the nephew
described it as “insubstantial.”

The commissioner was unavail-
able for comment up to press
time. °



to' stop Sawyer making his escape
with the store's cash trays.
In handing down her sentence,

Justice Allen stated: "I am of the

view that this offence is the 'worst
of the worst', in that it was com-
mitted with a firearm and was
committed in furtherance of
armed robbery. In the circum-
stances I am satisfied beyond a
reasonable doubt that in this case
the imposition of the most severe
penalty for murder, namely death,
is deserved.

"There is no doubt that this was
a cold-blooded and savage attack
on an unarmed victim and the
actions of the convict showed a-
callous disregard for human life
when he shot his victim while he
was on the ground."

She noted further that Sawyer
had expressed.no remorse for the
murder. In his confession to police,

Sawyer said he committed the rob-

bery to pay his rent.

According to the statement from
the Ministry of National Security,
Minister of National Security
Tommy Turnquest has now
advised the Governor General of
the Advisory Committee's deci-
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changer, power everything, wood trim, great
condition, cold a/c, rear power sunshad
$9,500 0.b.0 525-1472

BBF #468
2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7,
clean title, 6.000 miles asking $29,000 ONO,
Cherry Red exterior,
Phone # 468-3204/361-6354

. Gold Dodge Intrepid ES 98’,

Good condition, runs great, Pwr Everything, A/C,
CD Changer, Alarm System, Maintenance
Records, Priced to sell - $4,800 ONO
ph# 466-7370

BBF #476
2004 CHEVY MOTE CARLO SS,
A/C, CD Player, Leather interior, New Crystal
lights, low mileage, Fresh Paint Job, No Down
. payment, for all government and Atlantis
Employees, asking $7,800 ONO
ph# 448-1224

BBF #477
2004 Dodge Ram, }
clean inside out, newly painted, 26” Chrome
rims, asking $26,000 ONO, Also 2001 Lexus
1S300, Excellent condition, asking $10,000 Ono
ph# 426-8179 / 426-8180

2001 Ford Taurus,

Excellent condition, clean exterior, recently
painted, immaculate interior, 20” rims, include
DVD Player, automatic everything, low mileage,
cold A/C, Asking $6,500 ONO
ph# 455-1140 392-6477



2004 Honda , Accord,
pearl black, pink HID, fully loaded, v6, sunroof,
20” rims $11,500 with rims or $10,500 without
rims. Phone #436-8977/394-0530°

2007 Honda Accord,

AJC, fully pwr, sunroof, V6, valentines special,
price negotiable, 1997 Honda Accord, $3,000
ONO Call: 429-6929 or 544-8832
Call or text

BBF #482
2004 Monie Carlo,
runs good, HID lights and fog lights
$12,000. ONO must go,
call 426-8758/364-3577

#497
2003 DODGE RAM,

silver, double cab, long bed, Pwr everything,
Need engine wrk, asking $7,500 ONO
ph# 535-9181 / 361-0184

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1997 TOYOTA TOWNANCE NOAH,
Super Extra, green exterior, Pwr everything,
A/C, Engine 2000cc, asking $7,500 ONO, Also

2000 Honda Accord, Fully loaded,
leather interior, $7,500 ONO
ph# 676-2204 / 426-9268

1999 CAMRY 5,200,
leather seat, A/C, 20” Rims, CD Player,
Excellent on gas. Car runs like a dream ph#
558-8351

BBF #507
1999 Altima, Maroon,
good condition,
asking $3,500 OBO
ph# 376-8102

2003 Cadillac Deville,
Champagne’ tan rag top, 70 k miles, fully
loaded, leather and wood interior, chrome

factory rims, digital dash, heated front and rear
seats, sound system, $9,000.00
ph# 431-8339

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 3

BBF #513

2007 Altima Sedan 2.5S,

Expat- One Owner, Less than 13000K Miles,
Excellent Condition, Dark Blue Exterior, Grey
Interior, Keyless Entry, Bose Surround System,
Halogen Headlights, Vehicle needs transmission
only.... Price $9000.00 O.B.O

455-7792

BBF #514
2000 Honda Accord Coupe,
Silver exterior, black leather interior,
immaculate condition, Power everything,
_ sunroof, CD Player, light fender damage on
drivers side, Great running condition, Asking
$4,800 or reasonable offer ph# 558-1582

BBF #515

2000 Mercedes CLK 43,
asking $27,000 Negotiable,
call for further info,

ph# 322-8939 / 525-7752

2007 Dodge Dakota slit,
Clean title, white exterior/ tan interior,
extended Cab, asking $16,000 Just In
, ph# 556-9181

BBF #51
1995 BMW 325l,

5 extra original tires, booming system, full
customize, led tale lights, angle eye halo
head lights, asking $5,500 ONO serious

inquires only ph# 423-5560 / 392-4516


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2003 Nissan Maxima,
just in from US, low mileage, AC, CD player,
new crystal lights, fresh paint, mint condition,
$7,800 ONO
No down payment for Government and Atlantis
employees.
Call 432-1301

BBF #523
2003 NISSAN MAXIMA,
just in from US, low mileage, AC, CD player,
new crystal lights, fresh paint, mint condition,
$7,800 ONO No down payment for Government
and Atlantis employees. Call 432-1301
tribune issue 74 024 10 days

2007 HONDA ACCORD LX,
22” Slim rims, Purple fog lights, A/C, CD Player,
HID Lights, 4 cylinder,
asking $16,000 ONO
Ph#467-8492 or 552-6187

BBF #525 -
2002 HONDA ACCORD,
clean in/out, 22’ slim rims;$5,500 without rims,
W/ Sound System $6,000, - $1,500 for rims
alone, SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!!! call 468-
5832/361-4809

BBF #527
HONDA ACCORD COUPE,
Balck on black, leather interior, 18” Chrome
Factory rims, Chrome Grill, clean title, asking
5 $28,500 ONO,
2002 Honda Civic si, Hatch back,
Standard shift, silver, $8,5000NO
ph 324-6356/454-7473

TRIB # 648

2000 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, Spoiler, Boss System, Sunroof,
17” factory rims, clean in and out need to see to
appreciate $6,200 ONO
ph# 565-6161 / 322-2192

2000 LAND ROVER,
excellent condition,
asking $9,000 ONO

PH# 322-1137

1998 ISUZU WIZARD
Silver exterior
Diesel Engine (3.1)
4x4 Automatic Transmission, A.C.
Spacious Interior
$ 7,000.00 O.N.O.
Call: 302-6364 Cell: 376-2704

RIB #251
For Sale 2006 Chrysler 300
Champagne exterior, Black interior, 24” rims,
CD payer, AC, HID head and Fog lights, fully
pwr, clean inside, just serviced, runs great,
asking $23,000.00 ONO
contact 454-8806.

2003 F-150 SPECIAL EDITION
Black with grey Interior
Sun roof, 4 door, less than 60,000 miles
$8,500
393-8264 or 422-0789
Serious inquries only!

RIB #321
: 2004 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior, grey interior. Just in, clean title,
no accidents, special edition, 4 wheel drive,
under 40k, digital panel, AC,CD, power
everything, Must see to apreciate.
$15,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. 448-5602

RIB #322
2000 TOYOTA LITEACE
Silver exterior, grey interior .610,000 ono
CD player, low miles, AC, gas efficient, power
locks & windows, removable rear seats. Makes
excellent cargo business, work or family van.
Serious inquiries only. 448-5602

RIB #324
~ 1996 BMW 3181 SEDAN
Black exterior with grey interior.
$3,500.00 obo
Great car, ice cold AC,
smooth running condition .
call 328-2308 cell 535-5758

2002 CHEVY S10
Gold exterior witt grey interior, 4 door. 4x4, 6
cylinder, great condition, AC. Comes with back
cab to cover the back.
$9,000 with rims, $7,000 without
2001 CHEVY BLAZER Leather interior. $6,000
cell 552-5111 : :

TRIB #342

2005 AUDI A4 CONVERTIBLE
Red exterior, black interior
$40,000.00
Call 397-5050



THE TRIBUNE



RIB #343
2003 MERCEDES SL500 CONVERTIBLE
White exterior, black interior
$70,000.00
Call 397-5050

RIB #344
2003 MEREDES E320 .
White exterior with tan interior.
$40,000.00
Call 397-5050

2004 MERCEDES SL-500 CONVERTIBLE
Red exterior with tan interior
$80,000.00
Call 397-5050

2006 MERCEDES E-350
Black exterior with black interior
$56,000.00
Call 397-5050

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1995 FORD TRUK RANGER
Grey exterior with black interior
$14,000.00
Call 397-5050
THE TRIBUNE



RIB #356
2006 Ford Experditon Limited.
Fully loaded with full leather, 4 captain seats,
DVD player with drop-sown screen.. Only 39k
miles and in great condition. Priced for quick
sale $39,500.00
phone 424-0035

TRIB #366
FOR SALE
2006 - MERCEDES BENZ 500 CLS
METALLIC GREY - BLACK LEATHER
INTERIOR ©
FULL OPTION CAR - LIKE NEW-.- LOW
MILEAGE
$75.000.00 - Serious Enquiries Only
CALL 424-2863

RIB #367 :
2000 FORD F-150 LIGHTNING

Limited Edition. Black exterior,

black and grey interior. $7,600.ono
Very fast truck, many mods,v8, 5.41 super
charged engine, 18” rims,
must see to appreciate.
Call 364-3258 cell 376-4947

RIB #368
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
Pearl white exterior, tan interior, four door sport
car. Super clean, full power, 6 CD changer,
automatic & stick shift mode, low miles 14k
cleanest ride in town. No reasonable offer
refused. 552-3329,454-6484

RIB #377
2008 FORD RANGER
.Black exterior. 16000 miles, clean title
$21,500.00 obo
Mint condition.
Call 427-7095 or 362-2855

RIB #388
2006 KIA OPTIMA
$7,000.00 obo
4 door, runing excellent power windows, CD
player Excellent condition.
Call 363-2084

RIB #398
2000 BMW 3281 SEDAN
Silver exterior with grey interior,
sunroof, AC, CD
$10,500.00 (negotiable)
call 432-6859 or 361-0211

2003 CADILLAC CTS
Black exterior with tan leather interior
AC, CD. $10,500.00. (negotiable)
Call 432-6859 or 361-0211

RIB #403
1998 HONDA SMX
White exterior
$6,800.00
In perfect condition, AC/TV, very clean inside
very spacious. Call 357-4182

RIB #406
2002 CHEVY MONTE CARLO
Silver/black exterior/black strip, black/grey
interior. $6,000.00 obo :
20” rims, AC, new tires, runs like brand new Call
376-3132 cell 357-4153

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 5

RIB #408 .
1995 LEXUS GS-300 i
Champagne exterior. $6,000:00 ono
Fully loaded
Cell 457-4185

2005 HONDA CIVIC
Red/burgundy exterior with grey interior, 2 door
sedan. $7,000.00 ono
Vehicle just like new, under 40,000 miles,
engines runs excellent, cool AC, automatic,
everything. Feel free to make an offer.

Call 361-0179, 324-6206 448-2363

RIB #426
2006 HUMMER 4 DOOR SUV
Corvette yellow, black leather interior
$58,000.00 ono

36,000 miles, one owner, power everything,A-

condition.
sunroof, fully loaded Must sell to appreciate.
Garage kept
Call 558-1515 or 425-1055

RIB #429
Excellent Car! Excellent Price! - 2003 Toyota
Alteza/ Lexus IS 200 fully loaded top of the line
model only $10,500.00.
Honda Accord, only 10,000 miles $6,500.00.
Phone: 359-2194 or 362-1282.

RIB #434
2008 Nissan Altima 2.5 Coupe
EXCELLENT CONDITION
Power Everything, Sunroof, Low Miles
Tiptronic (standard shift and automatic)
$22,500 o.n.o Serious Inquires Only.
242-636-7278 -



RIB #452
1994 HONDA PRELUDE
Red exteror with black interior.
$3,800.00
2 door
Ready to sell. Call 552-9242

RIB #464
2007 NISSAN SENTRA
$ 11,000.00 - Red Exterior/Black Interior
A/C, CD PLAYER,
CALL: 465-2783(T)

465 ; :
2000 DODGE DURANGO,
White ext with tan Leater Int, Power everthing,
A/C, CD Player ect...
good condition and runs great
Contact Sam for more info,
436-9551 or 326-7141 serious inquire only
Asking $5,800 obo.

RIB #472
1999 FORD TAURUS .
Ac, remote start, alarm, sound system, power
reverse mirror & knight rider lights.
In good running condition.
Asking $3,000.00 ono
433-6743 or 393-1653

RIB #481 |
2004 GMC Envoy
on 22' Rims, cleanest around.
Leather, C/D, power, low miles. $16,000. 0.b.o
2006 Pontiac G6 V6 clean 15k miles.
$12,000. 0.b.0
1 (242) 442-3689


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TRIB #482
1999 MITSUBISHI GALANT.
4 DOOR , AC, AUTOMATIC TINTED
WINDOWS, CHROME WHEELS,
LICENCED MARCH TO $3500 OBO.
PH: 394-1005, 376-4678

2006 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior, tan/leather interior, 4 door, ice
cold Ac. Excellent on gas, 4 cylinder. HID’s
Asking $15,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. Cash & carry
Call 393-6589, 448-6123, 525-3582

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 #493 ;

1999 MITSUBISHI PAJERO
Brown/silver. In excellent condition, stereo, cold
AC, automatic transmission 2w/4w drive.
Great on gas Asking $8,500.00 ono
Call 466-2014

Black exterior grey imteritor. Just im fromm US.
Fully loaded. $1t2,900.00
Call 324-4416 calll 424-4080

1999 VW BEETLE
Silver exterior with black/leather interior.
$7,000.00 neg
Automatic, power everything,
35,000 miles reg serviced. woman driver,
very good condition.
call 376-7555 or 422-9088

1999 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with beige interior, 4 door
$6,500.00 ono
Just in from US. Auto, power windows, AC,CD
player, leather int (no cracks)) black/chrome
rims also($1000) Call 364-7525 cell 423-9457

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RIB #496
1999 Lexus GS 400.
TV's, DVD, 20in rims, leather
$11,500.00 O.B.0.
436 4669

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1996 TOYOTA AVALON
White wite beige interior 4 door.
$5,500.00 ono
Leather seats, AC, 47,000 miles, CD changer.
Call 376-4579 or

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RIB #498
2002 HONDA ACCORD
V6 w/rich metallic silver exterior,
complimented by suipple cream leather interior,
2 way moonroof, power everything, AC and
more,. Rides lice a caddy. Only $6.800.00
Call 395-0183, 24/7 text or leave message.

RIB #499
2006 CHEVY IMPALA
Burgundy exterior with grey interior. Great
running condition, pw/pl/ps. AC, HID lights, front
and back ,custom, grill spoiier
As is respectfully $11,000 ono
Call 341-1184 cell 448-2490



1995 HONDA ACCORD
$3,000.00 ono
In excellent condition AC,CD radio and clean
Cell 429-6478

2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exteror with grey interior.
Standard shift, 4x4, very clean
$18,000.00 ono
Call 362-1928 cell 436-7354

2002 FORD EXLORER XLS
Dark blue, expat company car. Well maintainted,
excellent condition, low mileage.
$7000 ono
Tel 302-6301

1985 FORD 9000 DUMP TRUCK
Orange exterior, black interior, 2 doors.
$6500.00. Ready to work. 395-8321

RIB #503
1993 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
Black exterior with grey interior.
$2700
AC, power steering. In good working
condition.
Call 323-6072 cell 535-0294

RIB #503
1996 HONDA CIVIC
Charcoal grey exterior with burgundy interior
Clean in and-out, economical on gas,
Brand new service. $2,600.00-ono
Call 445-8553 or 324-0065

2006 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior with grey interior, premium sound
system, 5 speed automatic, power everything,
Clean title and very low miles. Values
$21,000.00 Asking $19,000.00 Negotiable
Call 427-2125 or 326-2579

RIB #505
1998 FORD F-150 LONGBED
White and tan-exterior with beige interior
$7,000.00
Cold Ac, sound system, flow master, etc.
Truck runs well.
Call 364-7113 cell 544-5366

RIB #506 :
2005 CHEVY EXPRESS VAN 1500
White exteror. with grey interior. Low mileage,
cold AC, clean
$16,500.00 ono
Call 676-6656 or 465-3487


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1996 TOYOTA WINDOM
Black exterior with white right hand drive
$2000.00
Ac, clean and good condition
Call 395-0326 cell 468-3903

2000 HONDA PASSPORT F'

Good running condition. Fresh paint job, AC,
CD, Leather interior, sunroof.
License until March 2011.
$8,500.00 ono
Call 361-4363 or 302-2312

1997 JAPANESE HONDA ACCORD
Red exterior. Asking $1800.00
Call 393-1652

1999 HONDA ACCORD
Dark green exterior with tan/leather interior, 2
doors, sunroof, 20” rims, clean in and out, sound
system. $7,500.00 ono
call 361-5472 cell 425-0321 or 423-7166

HONDA ACCORD SEDAN 2007
Only 14000 miles.
Excellent condition/ Like New
Automatic everything.
Price $26000.00
Call 376-1456

RIB #509
2007 DODGE DURANGO
Silver exterior with grey interior
Excellent condition, DVD, sat radio,
20,000 miles. Asking $21,900.00
Call 394-0709

RIB #519 .
2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
grey exterior, beige interior, fully loaded, leather
seats, sunroof, just in from U.S, $11,900. Phone
324-4416 or 424-4080

RIB #512
1992 FORD B700 BUS FOR SALE
By owner. Asking $5,500, price negotiable. Tel#
3771149 Wright

RIB #512 es
2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
2 door, 4 cylinders
Sapphire pearl blue exterior, black interior
Asking $10,000.00
Call 364-3420

RIB #520
. 2002 MITSUBISHI GALANT
White exterior, 4 door, auto, AC, CD player,
airbags, power windows/door, 4 cylinder.
Clean, license & inspection included.
: . $4,499.00
Call 361-7171 or 434-4182

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 7

RIB #522
2000 CHEVY IMPALA LS SEDAN
Gold exterior with tan interior.
$3,000.00 ono
Needs monor paint job and work.
Serious inquiries only.
Call 392-2375 or 357-3445



RIB #524 i
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Orange exterior exterior black interior -
$11,500.00 on» Just in from US 4 seater, fuly
loaded, low mles, navigation system moonroof.
: Must see very clean.
Cell 525-6553 cell 376-8878

RIB #525 3
2001 OLDMOBILE VENTURE
Tan exterior with tan interior, mini van
$4,000.00 ono
Excellent running condition, perfect for Taxi or
small group, seats 7 persons, DVD included.
Call 341-6806 cell 436-3528 or 323-4895

1996 NISSAN SUNNY
Sky blue exteror with grey interior.
$2,300.00 obo
Act now and get a free set of rims.
call 436-3650



2004 LINCOLN LS
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
Power everything, chrome wheels, leather
interior, AC, sunroof, remote start, alarm system
$10,500.00 obo
Cell 426-4426



RIB #528
2004 FORD TAURUS
Red exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
. $6,300.00 obo
6 disc CD changer, AC, power seats, leather
interior. Clean car in and out
Cell 426-4426








RIB #529
2003 FORD F 150

Blue exterior with charcoal grey interior. Clean

title, AC, CD, 4 doors, full power. $14,000.00

Call 341-5865 or 552-6944 or 456-4161

RIB #531
2000 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY VAN
Silver exterior with grey/leather interior
$6,800.00 ono
Clean title, mint condition.
Call 361-8077 evenings or 434-2954
or 525-4181

2007 HONDA ACCORD
- Black exterior, black leather interior,
sunroof, xm radio.15,000 miles.
$23,000.00 ono
“Must sell.”
Phone 325-6306 or 636-0726

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door
$6,000.00 (six thousand) Leathet interior, power
everything, AC, original factory rims, clean in
and out.
Call 324-6435 cell 456-0572
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RIB #534 :

1996 HONDA ACCORD
American, 4 doors, grey exterior with grey
interior, 4 cylinder, AC, pioneer CD player,

clean motor. $3500 :
Cell 456-0919

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RIB #534 :
$17,995.00 LOW LOW !!!

2005 Dodge Ram Quad .

-* Runs EXCELLENT * Clean TITLE * Low
MILES * Silver Body with Black Leather Inside *
MUST GO!!! $17,995.00
Ph 324-0665

2001 DODGE RAM 1500 SPORTS
White exterior with grey interior
AC, CD/tape. Good working truck, Mint

condition. :
Asking $7,000.00 ono
Call 361-4885 or 465-7109

RIB #539

1996 TOYOTA AVALON
Green exterior with beige interior.
$3,000.00 or make an offer.
Clean, excellent condition, power everything,
new shocks, License until September. 2010
Call 466-7685 after 6 pm

RIB #541
2002 HONDA ACCORD
Blue exterior with black and blue interior,
two doors. Fully loaded, black leather seats, 6
disc, CD changer, low mileage, AC power
- windows and doors, 6 cylinders, sunroof
- $7,000.00
Call 325-7280 or 455-2384

RIB #542
1994 NISSAN PRIMERA
Black exterior with grey interior. Car runnng
great, solid Cd player, license until August 2010
Good deal, serious inquiries only.
$2,500.00
Call 341-8109 or 454-3859

RIB #545

1999 BMW 3231
Green exterior with tn leather interior
$5,000.00
Cell 535-8465

RIB #546
2008 SUZUKI SWIFT
Dark blue exterior with grey interior
$14,500.00 ono
Excellent condition, serviced quarterly, four
doors, tinted, clean inside and out side.
Upgraded model, tinted.
Call 327-5769 or 376-4334

RIB #547
- 1999 NISAN ALTIMA
Light blue exterior with grey leather interior
$4,500.00 ono
Good condition, cold AC, leather seats
Call 426-9153 or 356-2627
Leave a message.

RIB #548
2000 HONDA ACCORD
Purple exterior with grey/leather interior
$5,300.00 obo :
Just in from the US. Excellent condition
Call 456-4162 or 362-0439

RIB #549
2003 DODGE RAM
Grey exterior with tan interior, double cab
* $13,000.00 ono
Good condition
Call 326-8459 cell 431-9091



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2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Grey exterior with grey interior.
$4,500.00 As Is. Just serviced,
cool AC, good condition.
Call 525-3742

RIB #552 ;
1999 LEXUS RX 300
Gold exterior with tan leather interior. Clean in
and out. No reasonable offer.refused.
Must see to appreciate.
$9,500 ono
Cell 436-5937

RIB #553
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne exterior with tan interior, 4 door
Sedan. $5,600.00 Power windows, locks, alarm
system, AC, CD, very good condition.
Standard shift (5 speed)
cell 426-7554

2008 GMC
White exterior. $35,000.00 ono
Fully loaded Z71 4x4 low mile. Just like new.
Call 363-1283

THE TRIBUNE

$1850.00 EZ FIX
1997 NISSAN WAGON
Grey exterior, excellent running condition, AC,
T/D, fully loaded (light is broken but works)
Licence and inspected untill Decembe.
Buy now, drive now, fix later.
Call 394-2899 or 425-7311

RIB #560
2002 NISSAN SENTRA:
Burgundy exterior with beige interior
$4,500.00 obo
4 door, AC, power windows, power locks spoiler,
: factory rims.
Call 393-2314 or 428-6613

SN
RIB #561
1991 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 doors
$5,000.00 negotiable, :
sunroof, leather interior, power windows and
seats, automatic. Call 328-4850

1994 HONDA INTEGRA
Red exterior with black interior.
$3000 negoitable. 5 speed, power windows,
sound system, intake performance, muffler,
17” racing rims, clean interior.
1996 HONDA CIVIC
Hatch Back Parts for sale.
Call 376-7640

2003 ALTIMA
Green exterior with grey interior
$7.500.00
Leather interior, AC, power window.
Good condition.
Call 328-6852 cell 454-5414


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Computer Linksys Wireless G Router
Recession Special: Includes Router; Ethernet
cord; adapter; CD. All-in-one Intermet-sharing..

Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G (802.1 1g)
Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.
Call'323.6315.

i
RIB #527 :
DELL & HP MINI LAPTOPS WITH FREE
hs SLEEVE: © ,
1GB RAM; 160GB Hard Drive; Windows XP;
WEBCAM; WIFI. Card’ Reader. Anti Virus
Software. 1 Year Warranty. Call 323.6315:
- Price: $399.99.



RIB #651
100% HUMAN REMY & SYNTHETIC LACE.
WIGS

Used wigs available starting at $99.00.
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 328-6898 or
‘ designersensations @ hotmail.com







RIB #411 .:
50% OFF OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN






jersey 60.00 2 for $100
cell 432-2428 |



RIB #587

; NEO SOCKET.

As seen on tv. Save 20% on your gas bill
thats hundreds of dollars per year. Get yours
foday and began Ses S40. 00

Call 432-





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With new chrome lens. Also oil rigs just $60 Nbaf:





RIB #529-
Dell Inspiron with FREE Sleeve’
or Flash Drive: 2GB Ram; 160-GB HD; 2.0GHz;
CD/DVD RW; Windows Vista’/ 7; WIFI; Anti
Virus. 1. Year Warranty. Price: $499. 99, Add -
color for $50.00: YAWAY OPTION. ~
Call #323.63T5

le Macbook Sale:

p
Comes ‘with Oo iLife; 2GB Ram;-250GB HD;
Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 Year Warranty. Starting at $999.
Call 323.6315. ~



RIB #650
HOLLYWOOD WHITE _
Line

MIRACLE GROW .-

Hair Growth Stimulator
No more embarrassing bald spots!
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856



*OWN A PIECE OF THE BAHAMAS TODAY!"

*Finally er erence to own extre mely rare
NT dated coins.* ;
*You can coheet them or wear as pendants.

Coins as low as $85*
*Call now 364-9001 or 433-4877"



RIB #586
AS SEEN ON TV PEST REPELLER

Get rid of those nasty rats and roaches for good.

Just plug into your walls and save thousand of
doliars. Just $20.00
Céll 432-2428












RIB #526°——.
Dell,Zino Desktop Special:

Includes 2GB Ram; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; USB Ports; Card Readers + More; Anti
Virus; Speakers NOT included. Price from
‘$599.99. Call 323.6345.



BBF #492
COUNTERS FOR ICE’'CREAM SHOP OR
| beautifully made pink and cream, reasonable

offers accepted,
Call: 828-0002



RIB #665
GIVE THAT MAN WHAT HE REALLY WANTS
- This Valentine.
2009 Lakers championship fing, just $100.00
Also man/ woman Gucci watches. $150. 09
Cell 432-2428



POLO. LACOSTE
SHIRTS i
$45.00 |

4 NBA Caps $45.00 G-

| Shocks watch $6Q.00 }-

Call 432-2428



HOT DOG
MACHINE *
"$450,

} Call: 328-0002














RIB #528 ‘
Dell Vostro with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Includes 1GB Ram; 160GB
HD; WIFI; 3 it“ PCI Card Slot; Meriory Card
Reader; Windows Vista; CD/DVD RW; Anti
Virus, 1 Year Warganty. Price: $499. ‘99
£all 323.6315 :

TRIB #585

NBA CAPS $15.00 .
Arm sleeve $12.00 or 2 for $20
Nba jersey $60 or 2 for t00
Call for more details. 432-2428






ROLEX’
"YELLOW GOLD
PERPETUAL

DATE ©
Bezel: Blue cerarhic
rotatable
Dial: Blue.

Bracelet: Oyster with

Ralex Glidelock clasp

' Crystal: Sapphire

SERIOUS INQUIRY

ONLY

PH (242) 465-2931



Clothing Store
Fixtures for Sale,
.{ Brazilian Mannequins,
‘clothing racks,
slat walls, etc,
ph# 356-2878 / 558-
8582

TRUE 2 DOOR |
BEVERAGE
COOLER
| LIKE NEW.
E $2,200.00 ONO
362-6040

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FOR SALE - BRAND
NEW!
Blackberry Curve 8520
w/ WiFi $450
Nokia E63 w/ WiFi
$340
Motorola ROKR E8&

. $175
Motorola PEBL U9
$165
Call 525-6223

CHEAP OVERSEAS CALLS
USA & UK... 15 CENTS PER MIN
Canada... 15cents per min
Jamacia.... 33cents per min.
Africa... 33cents per min

No hook-ups/ no devices. Simply dial and talk

Tel 465-0291 for free trail.

SAMSUNG T339
UNLOCKED

WITH WIFI and FREE

BLUETOOTH

HEADSET FOR ONLY

$220.00!!!

CALL NOW GOING
FAST LIMITED
QUANTITY LEFT!!!
CALL NOW!! Ph# 556-
7087, 468-7262,
467-6487

RIB #332
Apple Macbook Sale:
Fully Loaded with OS X; iLife; 2GB Ram; 250GB

HD; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.Warranty included. |

Starting at $999.
Call 323.6315/ 467.4146.

RIB #533
(HP Brand) Compaq Laptop with FREE
Sleeve or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: 2GB Ram;

250 GB HD; 2.0GHz; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7 ;}

Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty. LAYAWAY
OPTION. Price: $559.99. Call 323.6315.




PINK MINI IPHONE
Touch & dual sim
Mp3/mp4, FM radio
camera, bluetooth
2 GB memory card
Black available. $200

Call 341-0460
* or
465-0291

WI-FI TV DUAL
SIM Qwerty
& I-Phone
dual cams, video
mp3/mp4 & im radio
dual bluetooth
2 gb memory card
choice of 2 movie
$300.00

Tel 341-0460

or
465-0291

Brand new
unlocked Iphone
3g in the box with all
accessories 8gb $575,
16gb $675 and 3gs 32gb
$1,000

Call 341-5933, 434-2325,

454-1288, 423-1096

Weds)

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RIB #331
Dell Zino Desktop Special:

Includes 2GB Ram; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; USB Ports; Card Readers + More; Anti
Virus; Speakers NOT included. Price from
$599.99. Call 323.6315 / 467.4146.

Toshiba Laptop with FREE SLEEVE
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: Windows 7.
CD/DVD RW. 2GHZ. 2GB Ram. 250 GB HD.
Card Reader. WIFI. Anti Virus Software.
1 Year Warranty. LAYAWAY OPTION.
Price: $569.99. .





Brand New Unlocked
|-Phone 3g, 8qb,
black and 100%

Genuine, not clone,
latest Software.
3.1.2 asking
$600.00 OBO

phi# 376-5674

Brand new unlocked
Iphone
3g in the box with all
accessories 8gb $575,
16gb $675 and 3gs 32gb
$1,000
Call 341-5933, 434-2325,
454-1288, 423-1096

. RO
RIB #334
Computer Linksys Wireless G Router
Recession Special: Includes Router; Ethernet
cord; adapter; CD. All-in-one Internet-sharing
Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G (802.119)
Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.
Call 323.6315 / 467.4146





FOR SALE - BRAND NEW!
HP laptop 3 GB memory, 250 GB hard drive
w/ webcam $680
Dell Laptop 3 gb memory, 250 gb hard drive
w/webcam $670
Acer laptop 2 gb memory, 160 gb harddrive
w/webcam $600
Call 525-6223

Acer Laptop With FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: Windows 7.
CD/DVD RW. 2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160/250GB HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus. 1 Yr Warranty.
Price: $539.99. Call 323.6315



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ANDROID WIFi
PHONE
Touch screen, dual sim,
tv, fm radio, mp3, mp4,
b.tooth, dual cameras,
video & sound recovder,
2 movies download
Features Free Overse is
: Calls.
Priced $300.00
For limited time.

Call 341-0460/465-0291

New Motorola
f{ RAZR2, Espresso w.
case and Car Charger
$265.00 / New, Neve.
opened,
Nintendo Wii Bundle
w/ game for $325.00
ph# 454-3249
393-7944

Brand New, RCA 32” Flat Screen TV
Asking $700
ph# 455-3495 / 361-5519







MINI LAPTOPS WINDOWS

Ms word, wifi, excel install, all colors.
$300.00.

call 324-9591

RIB #530
: HP Laptop with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: 2GB RAM; 2 Gk Z;
160 HD; WIFI; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7; HD?
Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
LAYAWAY OPTION. Price from: $559.99 Ce il
: 323.6315.
THE TRIBUNE

1979 42 FT POST
WHITE SPORTFISHMAN

S SX \

671 engines 2 stateroom, head
with with .
| Stand up shower, AC & generator
$55,000.00 ono
Call 364-1611

2007 SEADOO GTX LTD
witrailer, mint condition. 25hrs.
Dealer maintained. Asking
12,500.00
393-7893 or 424-4416 Ask for

Lauren.

NEW UNSINKABLE 17ft
' Boston Whaler “Guardian”, New
style hull that has deep vee and
heavier fiberglass for commercial
‘use. 85hp Yamaha, hydr steering

and 30 gallon tank. Cash Sale
Price reduced to $26,500.
Other engine packages available.
393-0262.

MERCURY 225 BOAT ENGINE
Extended shaft. EFI.
$5,000.00

Call 242-322-6324 cell 242-636-5222

2007 38’ FOUNTAIN LX

TRIPLE 275 HP
MERCURY VERADO
WARRRANTY TO JUNE 2012

235 HRS TOTAL USE
DEALER MAINTAINED CDN REG
Stored AC, building when not in use

Fully LOADED. GEN, AC.
ECO CRUISE 40-50 KNOTS

US$195K

Ee Sirens : (242)332-2230
RICHARD @WESTVANINC.COM

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 11

NEW Yamaha VX700 Wave
Runner
Includes (2) Two Life Vests.
Cash sale
price $8,200.00.

Call 393-0262.

28 FT BERTRAM
Twin Gas engines(fresh water
cooled) GPS, depth finder,
fridge, stove, head. Well
maintaines, Great fishing/ family
boat
Price: $24,000.00 ono
Moved up to larger boat.

Tel: 362-1363 or 427-0103

SWAP PORSCHE BOXTER
Silver exterior with black interior
Swap For Boat :
Wants Boston Whaler or similar
Car not used for 3 years (in storage)
It's ashamed not to get some fun'from
it $30,000.00
or swap for a boat, cash eitherway -
will consider any swap
Call Rich. No dreamers please
am a busy man.
call 324-1093 cell 465-3121

KAYAK FOR SALE
EXCELLENT CONDITION
$700.00

Call 376-2481

4

24' BOSTON WHALER
Outrage2001 200 Hp Yamaha
Salt Water
Series engines.

Only 300 hours on engines!!!,
Runs like new. One Sandyport
owner,
unsinkable, new antifouling
paint,
new cushions,
engine just serviced, 50 Mph
j speed. Very safe boat. $34,000.
Call 427-3588.


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RIB #685
1978 30’ CHRIS CRAFT COMMERICAL
$12,000.00 obo :
Set up for towing, 2 helm stations.
Open to all offers. Cell 477-2941

RIB #521 5
40’ NUMBER ONE HULL
Includes freezer, generator stablizers, sleeping,
bunks. Make an offer.
Cell 337-6041 or 472-0050

RIB #555
1988 22FT BAYLINER TROPHY CABIN
2009 Yamaha 200 hrs, trailer included
or engine seperat.e 9k
$17K i
Call 361-2646 cell 434-130

RIB #654
1995 32’ Luhrs Open
3116 Cats, 5Kw Gen, Excellent condition.
Asking $78,000.00 & want offers, must sell.
Call Chris 357-4277

RIB #444-

"SEA DOO 4 Stroke Watercrafts :
starting at $8,925.00. Come on down and check
out the AWESOME NEWEST model. The first
watercraft with a BRAKE....and
an astonishing 255HP.

Contact us at 393-7873"

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 #569
2000 ELIMINATOR CAT BOAT
Yellow with yellow & white, stereo and VHF
radio, graphic gauges. $35,000.00
(2) 225 optimax mercury.
Call 393-7685 or 432-0489

RACE BOAT FOR SALE
30ft Superboat Tempest 80+ MPH, 2*300
HP Offshore 98 Mercury-Engines only 320 hours
Boat is in immaculate condition, dry lift storage
Plenty extras. Must See 65K.
Phone 424-4960 Leave Message

Tw
SNS

SSS SS Ss

17ft Eduardono skiff 2005
with Yamaha Enduro 55hp, Bimini Top, new
stereo system and bottom paint, Customs seats
and includes trailer, In great condition, asking
* $8,200
OBO ph# 477-6763/ 424-7808

RIB #447
FOR SALE
26’ SCARAB SPORTSTER _..
Twin 200hp Yamaha B-Bracket Mounted
Leaning post/4 speaker stereo system.
Console and engine covers.
Full boat cover when on trailer
Functioning trailer. Price $28,000.00
Contact: 422-5340

RIB #993
2000 FIART MARE 40’ .
White on white. $90,000.00 obo
CAT 3126 420 HP
Serial #65R 007 861/65R 00789
Fibreglass Hull. Serious enquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

BBF #465
2003 39’ MIDNIGHT EXPRESS
w/triple 2005-275HP Mercury Verados witrailer,
duty paid, $130,000 ONO,
Call: 359-3212 or 457-2676

RIB #507 3
“CUSTOM F-18 FORMULA, W/TRAILER,
200 hp yamaha, 20 gal fresh water, gaffrig

gauges, lenco tabs, too many options to list!
Must see to appreciate. asking $18,000 ono
Chris (days) 359-1997 (after 6) 324-5378

TRIB #409
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,
$80,000 obo
359-2932, 324-4553 or 361-3000



2006 -204 FX- Angler-
Center Console,
very well maintained, very
low hours comes with tailer,
like new, mercury 150 HP,
Asking $29,500.00 IT’S A
MUST SEE

ph# 376-5541 / 324-2933

RIB #992 °
2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White on white..$60,000.00 obo
Serial # 2204152431/2204158263
Serious inquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

RIB #490-D
Boat Trailers from 12ft to 40ft.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Best prices in town.
We also carry utility and watércraft trailers.
Tel: 393-0262.

2008 YAMAHA WER NAIG CRUISE
60mph, 3 seater, silver/grey, 74 hours. Just
serviced, great condition, trailer and many
: extras. Only $7000 ono

Tel 467-1306

1990 261/2 FOOT PURSUIT BOAT
FIGHTING LADY YELLOW.

Twin 200 hp yamaha engines, 235 gal fuel gps
with depth & fish finder, stereo, compass vhf
radio, twin biloge pumps, 2008 continental trailer
included. $30,000.00 obo
242-376-9282 or 242-359-8110
Boat for Sale . 31FT Well Craft Cabin
Cruiser Express,

225 Yamaha EFI engine . Boat includes, GPS,

fridge, stove, ac, microwave, water heater,

stereo and restroom.Boat can be seen at
Bayshore Marina . Asking, $30,000. For more

information call 357-4778.
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#490-B
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.
Available ‘in Blue or Red.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price. $2,095.00!! 393-0262. .

NEW Yamaha “Crypton” Scooter
105cc four stroke engine.Extremely fuel efficient.
Beat the traffic and get around town fast!
Available in blue or red.

Ride all week and use only $3 gas!!!

Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to
$1,950.00!!.

TEL: (242) 393-0262

0
BLACK AND CHROME 20” RIMS
FOR SALE
Call 552-2522

RIB #491
Generator Sale. ‘
Kipor Portable Gasoline generators. Easy to
operate and reliable.
KGE2500Cash sale price $450.00,
KGE4000 Cash sale Price $695.00,
KGE6500 Cash sale price $895.00.
Call 393-0262.

CHRIS CRAFT
White. Reduced to $12,000.00 ono
Twin Izuzu diesels, custom tower.
Makes great fishing boat.
Call 364-1611

BBF #493
USED 150CC SCOOTER FOR SALE,
good running condition, $1,600 OBO,
Call: 328-0002

RIB #490
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle.
New model and colors.
125cc 4 Stroke engine, Great quality and

DEPENDABILITY at a great price.

Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New
Cash price slashed to $,2495.00!!

393-0262.

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

Ss
TRIB #491-A
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

RIB #663... :
DONZI SWEET 16 HULL ONLY
White, brand new condition, solid deep v-hull
with trailer, CD player ,speakers, trim tabs. Only
needs engines. Serious enquiries only
$9,500.00
Call 535-7741



°2007 HONDA 650 XRL
Red and white trail motor bike
Fully customize chrome down frame. and all,
Street tires and rims. Asking $7,500.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

VESPA PIAGGIO 200CC
Excellent condition, low mileage, 2 helmets,
removable windscreen. $3,500.00
Call 376-2481

RIMS FOR SALE
PARTS New and used
Maxima, Buick. Call for more details.Q
454-7111 or 341-2305

For Rent: Soundproof Portable Diesel
; Generator Set, .
Rated for 100Kw Stand By OR 90 Kw Prime
: Call 427-9531.

"“Evinrude E-TEC
Motors.

25HP-300Hp. Cash
specials on all motors.
Contact us at 393-
7873.
for more
information"

RIB #568
1993 MAXMOTOR MOTORCYCLE 125cc
Black/ grey, with two helmets for sale
Motorcycle runs but needs head light and front
break work. $500.00. 525-9760

RIB #499 :
Sensational 2004 1100CC HONDA SHADOW
SABRE
Orange, flame design, cobra exhaust and
extras 22k miles, well maintained. Excellent
condition. Only $7000 ono.
Tel 467-1306

WA
2008 DIRT BIKES FOR SALE
2008 HONDA CRF 250 AND CRF 150
Water cooled four stroke. Excellent condition
$5,900.00 & $3,900.00
Call 359-0179

NS

BBF #500
20” TIRES FOR SALE,
160 Brand new, ph# 558-8351


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MEETING | ROOMS An eafty. literacy sien for babies, toddlers and

Refreshment Services Available _,
Ample Parking : Up to.30 em _ preschoolers
Delightful garden setting persons ¥ oe lS ae

ORCHARD GARDEN HOTEL. aoe Authorized Distributor

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We rent chair covers, tie -backs,
table cloths, overlays\& dinner
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Tel: 558-5664, 477-6443 or

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SPECIALIZING IN:

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Phone: 565-4375 or 676-2748

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RIB #431

DVD SECURITY STSTEM
500 GB HD,
4 night vision cameras, 4 lenghts of 60 F
cable, internet access .
$750.00
Call 394-4357

WHITE
COBRA VIPER FAST Excerise
Kayak.
Great contion paddle seat, rudder
only
$600
Tel 302-6301

YAMAHA PSR-S900
The top-of-the-line s-series modeldrawing on the
latest sounds and performance enhancemenrs
of the tyros2. 61-key digitial work station with a
color Icd screen .$1,600.Ph: 324-2148 or 423-
6752 Ask for John .

RIB #661
DIRECT TV SATELLITE,

No dish/no cards, quick reliable peace of mind
installs xxx movie, hbo, showtime, starz, sports
pack, nbatv, espn.

Call 322-2804 Ask for Don King.

BLACKBERRY WIFI
Dual Sim. Mp3, Mp4,
TV, FM dual camera
bluetooth qwerty pad
$300 only
Brand New

Call 341-0460
or
465-0291

526
1995-2004 Explorer Engine 4.0
asking $800,
Also Blue Bird School Bus Transmission for
$1,200 ph# 433-8861



RIB #412
PSPs & MP5s
Support Nintendo & Gameboy
TV-in/out 4GB & 8GB

$185.00
Call 341-0460 or 465-0291

RIB #681 :

KORG X 50 61-KEY SYNTHESIZER
With triton style Hi architecture,512 programs
.and dual polyphonic arpreggiators $600.
Ph: 324-2148 or 423-6752 ask for John

PLAYSTATION 3 80GB -
4 games 1 controller $485.00
HP Laptop $350.00
Twin bedroom complete set $850.00
call 324-2814 cell 466-8823

CRAZY 4U VALENTINE'S
SALE
LG Cookie/Shine...$240
Moto Rokr...$190
Moto ZN200 (Photo
shown)...$200

Nokia E63...$330

Nokia E63 imitation w/dual

sim,wifi,tv and more...$230

More available call:
364-9001 / 558-3267
or
558-3268



A IE ER ese
ALERAIRER BEDE OR SAEED

RIB #540
Radiators starting at $170
Call 468-7821

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



RIB #374
FOR SALE
10" Shallow Pioneer Subwoofer
800 Watts Power
$100.00 ono
Great for trucks.
558-9730

WN

RIB #519
PS3 GAMES FOR SALE
Call for details 341-1194 cell 525-5233

BERRY BEAUTIFUL
VALENTINE'S
(All Wifi!)
Blackberry BOLD
9000/9700
starts @...$590
Blackberry CURVE
8520...$440
Blackberry CURVE
8320...$340
Blackberry PEARL
8120...$340

For more information
call
364-9001 / 558-3267
or 558-3268






~~ THE TRIBUNE






RIB #444.
"Generac Automatic Standby Generators.
Prices starting from $2,995.00. ,
Units in stock. Contact us at 393-7873
for more information"







RIB #468 A
FOR SALE - BRAND NEW!
Pioneer car CD player w/ remote $160
Pioneer car CD player (MP3 ready)$175
Pioneer car CD player (satellite ready/USB)$280
JVC car CD player (MP3 ready) $165
Call 525-6223

RIB #432
DVD SLEVE- DOUBLE SIDE DVD
Sleve -double sided 1 case (100 pcs)
‘ $21.95
Call 394-4357

HELLO KITTY
TOUCHSCREEN
Dual sim, 2GB
Mp3, Mp4, FM
radio

Also Iphone style
with tv for $220
Call 341-0460
or
359-0339

IPHONES FOR SALE
Starting at $295.00
Brand new, reserve

yours today.

Call 454-9337


PAGE 10, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010

1998 FORD E-150 CARGO VAN
White exterior with grey interior
$3,500.00 |
Good running condition
Cell 427-2631 (hm) 323-6702

RIB #667
2005 PONTIAC GRAND.AM
Gold exterior with tan interior, full size $4,200.00
Factory fully loaded.
Call 341-7439 cell 434-4501

RIB #668
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY.
Red exterior with grey interior 4 door
$17,800.00 ono
Only 50k miles, very reliable, very fuel efficient
Also 2003 CADILLAC DEVILLE
$8,000.00 ono
. 392-2082 cell 525-5122

RIB #688
2002 NISSAN SENTRA SE-R
Specv, 6 speed manual
$6,500.00 ono
Call 368-6031 or 464-3299



RIB #671
1997 Green Ford Ranger XLT
A/C, Stereo, clean in and out.
$4,500 ONO
Tel 225-3666

RIB #674
1998 BMW
Dark grey exterior with dark grey interior
$9,500.00
Excellent condition, AC, rims, fully loaded.
Call 677-5174 or 396-6119 or 565-8791



2004 DODGE RAM 4X4
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 door
A1 condition, chrome handles and double
chrome muffler tips. Clean in and out, CD, AC,
fully loaded. $13,500.00 obo
clean title, good to go. New arrival.
Call 477-0069

1995 Nissan Skyline R33,

Turbo, Defi bocst, Turbo and Intercooler, and
rpm gauges, GTR Body kit. Staggered 17” Enkie
rims, Blitz Bov, 3 exhaust, adjustable
suspension, also, an extra set 18” alloy wheels
asking $6,500 ph# 448-7913

RIB #69

1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Grey exterior with blue
interior. super saloon
$4,000.00

Call 428-2510 or 455-0507

RIB. #683
1986 FORD F 700
Dumper truck for sale
White with white & black interior.
$6,500.00
12 yard load capacity, perfect running
condition, everything works. Contact Mr Miller
376-4460 or 434-0460 or 392-1317



RIB #686
2002 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with tan interior. $7,000.00 ono
Clean title, 4 cylinder, stick shift, mp3 player
Leather interior, 4 door, cold air intake
racing clutch. motivated seller.
Leave a message.
Call 341-4631 cell 376-2178

TRIB #669

2001 HYUNDAI TIBURON
Grey exterior with black interior, sport car:
$3,000.00 ono
Good starter car, standard shift, power doors
and windows, low miles, CD player, cold AC,
clean. Call 395-3519



RIB #689
2000 GMC SIERRA TRUCK
White exterior with grey interior, long bed,
excellent condition, fuel efficient, mint condition
Asking a very good price. Fin avail, cash sale
would received beiter arrangement.
Call me now! 375-5578 ,341-2734 or 341-2451



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RIB $536





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RIB #673
’ 7 AN LIBERTY
silver interior. Mini van
w/,000.00
Excellent condition, AC, rims. Fully automatic.
call 677-5174 or 396-6119 or 565-8791

2000 "
Silver exteric









2009 TOYOT# 'X CREW CAB TRUCK.

A/C C/D. with only 9k miles.
Full Powe = xtremely clean, and
Price to s@ - you thousands.

€° *,995.00.
Ph. 36° 90 or 424-0035.

RIB #677
Se 1997 NISSAN MAXIMA
Silver exterior ith grey interior, 4 door
$4,500.00
This car has sunroof and run very well, power
and everything inside.
Cell 636-6265







IR SALE
ac Grand Prix
. & Int. Sport GT Rims
n low miles $7,200
3: 361-5177 &
“xt 239 or 241

2 Door Black
Perfect co:
Telep

361-5

.3 GMC JIMMY
_« exterior with grey
r, Running with brand
.el spider, EGR valve,
ine nut kit, window
radiator, water pump:
aak pads. $1200.00
starter solenoid and

oxygen sensor.
525-9760




R657
TOYOTA MINI VAN FOR SALE
“View at Gunite Pools Office ~
on Montrose: Avenue.”
Price $800.00

RIB #570. =
; 2004 G35 INFINITt
Grey exteriér, leather interior, suntoof
"$15,800.00
Call 393-7685

RIB #571
1997 FORD EXPLORER
Grey exterior with grey and black interior 4 door
$4,800.00 :
Runng good, CD player, tints
Call 326-4411 cell 558-9928

RIB #573 :
2000 JAQUAR 3.0
tan interior, 4 door $6,700.00 ono
Clean title, clean interior, Runs well but needs lil
work, sold as is. Serious inquiries only
Musi-sell. Deal of a Lifetime °
Call 428-9865/426-0639



RIB #574
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White beige/tan interior, 4 door AC, CD, uns
great, sound system. $3,000.00 obo |

_ Cail 376-2670 cell 677-5048



RIB #575

1998 MERCEDES BENZ
White exterior with tan AREER,
4 door
$4,500.00 Priced to sell .-
Runs great, only 65,000 miles. Garage kept
Call 677-5048 cell 378-2670

a

RIB #576
i 1999 TOYOTA AVALON
White exerior with beige interior. Must sell,»
4 daors, automatic, RH drive, ‘power
windows/locks/CD player, air condition.
Excellent condition $5,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758

RIB #577 © : 5
2002 FORD F-150 TRUCK
White exterior, grey interior. Must sell, 6
cylinder, manual windows/locks/AM/FM Radio
cassetteé player, air conditioned Asking
$8,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758

FRIB #578
2001 BLACK IZUSU RODEO: JEEP
Sold As Is
. $5,500.00 ONO
361-2666 or 376-9166

RIB #579

2001 HYUNDAI! SONATA,

4 Door Sedan, AC, ‘Fully loaded, Pioneer CD
Player, Low Mileage, 2 Owners,
Good Condition. Asking $5,500 O.N.O.



| Call 556-0172, 393-8340, or 361-1453. |

RIB #635 .
1999 PORSCHE BOXTER
Pean silver exterior with black/leather interior
Convertible, manual 5 speed, custom wheels,
great condition, No aécidents, runs excellent.
" Everything works.
$26,000.00
Call (242)466-3954

4996 HONDA ACCORD SEDAN
Teal exterior with teal leather interior, CD, AC,
_ tints, very well maintained, always serviced.
Car has never been mistreated.
Must see to appreciate. °
$3,900.00 ono. Call 432-2215

RIB #639
: 2009 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 doors
AC, CD, Just like néw, clean title, low mileage.
Just in from the states, fully serviced
Asking $30, 000. 0a

RIB #641
.1999 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with grey interior. Good
condition, power windows, 4 cylinder with alarm:
installed. Owner leaving the Island.
* $4,300:00
Call 242-394- 9975 cell 423- 9794

PRICED TO SELL ASAP! EXPAT MUST SELL).

1995 ‘Mercedes Benz E320



Green, 4-Door Sedan, Power Everything, Low
Mileage!
$3,500 As-ls
Serious offers oniy, email Laurie at
- Jaurie johnson @ jajassoc.com



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 9

RIB #643
1999 LAND. ROVER DISCOVERY. i
GREAT CONDITION PLEASE CALL
433-6303, 425-0942 OR EMAIL
Peggs01 @coralwave.com
* TEST DRIVE IT: TODAY!

«

RIB #647
2003 FORD RANGER TREMOR
Sonic blue with black & grey/leather interior flare
side, double cab, low miles. Very clean,
automatic, fog lights, flow master exhaust
system with stainless steel top. new tires. -
$12,500.00 ono
Call 361-6489 cell 424-6809

2007 CHEVY IMPALA SEDAN |
Silver exterior with tan interior.
$12,000.00

Great condition, only 30,000 miles. _
DVD w/USB Ipod connector, sound system
Must see to appreciate.
Call 376-9633 :.

2004 HONDA ACCORD EX 2.4,
clean title, one owner. Only 69k miles, sunroof;
leather, 1000 watt'sound system, remote entry;
projector head lights, with ae s! Always
~ serviced on time. Excellent condition!
_ Drives and runs great! $15,800 o.b.o -
Call 324 6922:





1998 HONDA ACCORD
. Clean sunroof, dvd, set 18" chrome rims
butterfly doors. S7, ou 00 o.b.0

BD

42) 442-7995 / 1 (242) 441-4750 Freeport
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RIB #550
SALAD COOLER BOX
$800.00 ono
Call 341-5992 or 455-8623

Ice Cream Dipping cabinet,
‘ $1,800,
Call: 328-0002

RIB #662-A
TRUE 3 DOOR BEVERAGE COOLER
LIKE NEW.
Half Price. $3,500.0 ono
Call 362-6040

BBF #489
DOUBLE SIZE PIZZA WARMER OR HOT
PATTIE WARMER,
$300,
Call: 328-0002



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JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES DAY SHITZ-SHU

TRIB #326
SHIT-ZU POODLE
Call 322-2851 cell 565-7202



RIB #637
SHITZ-SHU PUPPIES FOR SALE
Females $500.00 ,
Males $400.00
Black & white, all white, and grey & brown
Call 323-7955 cell 466-0394

aS

PUPS
FOR SALE

$450.00
each

Black

Female

Brown & black Female
Mix white & multi male had all their
shoots.
please

call 341-7386



BBF#481_
Shitzu / poodle ,

males $500, Females $550, received first shot,

ph# 565-2994

RIB #670
THE PERFECT WAY TO SAY I LOVE YOU
This Valentines Day.
“ Shitz-shu. pups, 2 females @ 600.00
2 males @ 550.00
2 all white, 2 black & white. Call 395-3519

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010, PAGE 21

NEW FAMILY
STACKER

Washer and Dryer Gas

and Electric $750.00

Call 362-6040



STURDY
WOODEN
PLANTERS
FOR SALE
Maderia St ( shop
next to twin
brothers
restaurant.

Call 552-0043 Mon-
Fri 10-6pm



RIB #644

PUPPIES FOR SALE :

Boston terriers. Little Miss Bahamas 2008-200:

photo shoot with her puppies.
Call 392-6381 or 423-9159



ROTTWEILER/GERMAN SHEPHARD
Mix puppies, 4 males, 8 weeks old, had first
shots, dewormed. Large and big boned. -
8 $500.00
Serious enquiries only. 535-7741



R \ .
RIB #646 é





RIB #511
COOKWARE VALENTINE’S DAY SPECIAL
11Pcs surgical waterless stainless steel
cookware set. Was $1299.00 now $699.00
and free valentine flowers. Call 325-8301






Pitt Bull Pups
Low rider Red nose
Camelot/Peterson Blood line
1 male /1 female 3.months old
dewormed and shots
Sale Price $500 4546553/ 324-6096

GERMAN SHEPHERD &
ROTTWEILER
Mixed puppies, 6 weeks old.
$550.00 Male, $600.00 Female
For enclosed properties only.

Cell 557-2234



VALENTINE PUPPIES FOR THE FAMILY
Or that special someone. Full breed boston
terrier, not much grooming/intelligent,
effectionate and playful. Easy to train. House
puppies only. Will provide shot records.
Call-392-6381 or 423-9159







Beautiful Persian Kittens

“Litter available soon” Call now to secure your

pick of the litters. Adoption fee; $500 with easy
payment plan.

Call Irie “Catwoman” 3410460
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The Tribune

Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
.Broker/Appraiser



Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser





BUILDINGS

MISTY GARDENS, elegant 3
bed, 3 bath house, 15 months
old with Jacuzzi, wooden floors
plus 2 attached apartments ap-
praised at over $440,000 ask-
ing $425,000.

FIRETRAIL RD. 2 bed, 1 bath
condo, central a/c, gated,
$130,000.

OFF SPRINGFIELD RD.
complete 4-plex, $240,000.

WESTWARD VILLAS, brand
new spacious 5 bed, '3? bath
house, $620,000.

OFF FARRINGTON ROAD,
duplex package 2 bed, 1 bath,
$165,000.

CAVES POINT PHASE _ 2,

in-



BUILDINGS

OFF BLUE HILL RD., deal of
the month, 4 unit apt. (2) 2
bed

1 bath (2) 1 bed 1 bath 4
years
old, wooden ceilings, only

$250,000.

OFF WEST BAY STREET, in-
vestor’'s dream, 24 unit apart-
ment 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 built-in laundry rooms, a
deal at $170,000.

CORAL VISTA, spacious lux-
ury house, central air, spacious
kitchen, $585,000.



brand new luxury oceanfront

condominiums, 775,000 to} FAITH AVENUE, 2 bed 1?
$1,025,000. : bath townhouse, $180,000.
OFF CARMICHAEL RD., Lux- |] MACKEY STREET, large
ury 2 storey semi-furnished 4] warehouse’ on corner lot,
bed 3 bath house with swim- | $600,000.

ming pool and attached duplex
on triple lots 20, 374 sq. ft. ask-
ing price, $625,000.

YELLOW ELDER, 3 bed 1
bath house with an. efficiency
and small shop, $130,000 as is
or $139,000 with completed
renovations.

HIGHLAND PARK, spacious
furnished 3 bed:3 bath house,
open kitchen, wooden ceiling,



central a/c, electric gate,
$450,000.
OFF PRINCE CHARLES

DRIVE, spacious 4 bed, 3 bath
house on large enclosed land-
scaped property, central a/c
was $375,000 reduced _ to
$300,000 for quick sale.

EAST STREET, 2 .- storey
commercial building near Wulff
Road, contains 3 stores and 5
apartment units, $350,000.

COLLINS AVENUE, hilltop 2

bed, 1 bath furnished condo,
$200,000.
OFF MARKET STREET

NORTH, brand new: 2 bed 2
bath, was $140,000 reduced to
$1 27, ooo.

J.F.K. DRIVE, investment
property, fully rented 7-unit
apartment building, $695,000.

SOLDIER ROAD,
rey commercial building,
for church $450,000

large 2 sto-
ideal

| DRIVE, near City Market,

ST. ALBANS DRIVE, 1 bed 1
bath condo, $95,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
spacious 3 bed, 2 bath house,
centrai air, large property,
$250,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD, tri-
plex building, each unit 2 bed 1
Bath, $275,000.

COLONY VILLAGE, 3 storey
luxury townhouse, 3 bed 2 1 ?
bath central-air, gated com-
plex, $350,000.

PINEWOOD, 2 storey 4 bed 3
bath house, fully enclosed,
$196,000.

LINCOLN BLVD. large duplex,
needs some repairs, $135,000.
OFF PRINCE CHARLES
at-
tractive 4 unit apartment com-
plex, $375,000.

KOOL ACRES, incomplete 8
unit apartment complex on lot
74 x 150, $250,000.

LONG: ISEAND:
“Ocean view ..

. Hilltop Lots <
“Beach Access. eo

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’ Prices from $25, 000: *
Telephone 436 31 GY ;





E-mail:

Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser

Our Motto: “PUT GOD FIRST”
326-8017, 326-8112
Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser





VACANT PROPERTIES

CORAL HARBOUR AREA, 2
acres farmland, $240,000.

NIVEN MEADOWS, new de-
velopment off JFK, residential

lots, $65,000.

OFF FARRINGTON ROAD
elevated lot 64x86 zoned for
duplex or house, $49,000.



SOUTHERN _ HEIGHTS, large
residential lot over 10,000 sq.
ft., $90,000.

WESTWARD VILLAS, Cable

Beach area_ residential lot
$110,000.

JOANS HEIGHTS, duplex lot
50x100, $65,000.

OFF FARRINGTON RD., du-



plex lot 50x100, $58,000.

WEST WINDS,
$120,000.

OFF FARRINGTON ROAD,
Duplex Lot 50x100, $58,500.

duplex lot,

WEST WINDS, Dupiex lot,
$120,000.
BALMORAL, residential lot in

new exclusive gated commu-
nity 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,
$6 million each.

CHARLOTTEVILLE ,clevated
lot, $165,000.

SOUTH SEAS, residential lots,

$90,000. |
-2-
WILTON STREET, near Tops
Lumber, commercial corner
lot, $220,000.

FOX HILL, elevated duplex lot,
50x100, $55,000.

WESTWINDS, duplex lot in ex-

clusive gated community,
$130,000.
FOX HILL, large apartment lot

65x200 zoned for 8 unit apart-
ment, $120,000.

MARSHALL ROAD, duplex lot

70x100, $85,000.

OFF SANDILANDS VILLAGE

ROAD. _ jarge: “triplex — lot,
$90

VACANT PROPERTIES

OFF EAST STREET NORTH,

‘ 50 x 100 lot, $56,000.

ABUNDANT LIFE
large commercial lot running
from street to street, 100x300,
$395,000.

WILTON STREET, commercial

~ cornet lot 100x124, $220,000.

WINTON HEIGHTS,
ner lot, 120x125,
$165,000.

BLACKBEARDS _ TERRACE,

large cor-
reduced to

residential lot; 100x197,
$200,000.

OFF COWPEN ROAD,
multi-family lot, 50x129,
$90,000.

WESTWIND, residential lot,
$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, du-
plex 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 apart-
ment was $210,000 reduced
to $175,000 for quick sale.

lot,

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CAT ISLAND, 20 acres,
$300,000.

MOUNT PLEASANT, large

multi-family lot over 15,000sq.
ft., $150,000.

‘OFF WEST BAY STREET,

near Yuma Estates residential
lot, $105,000.

SAFFRON HILLS, hill top resi-
dential lot, $165,000.

SPRINGFIELD
57x125, $90,000.

NORTH ___WESTRIDGE, 6
acres, $1.75 Million.

3-PCS LAND FOR SALE
$40,000
In Exuma
10,000 sq. foot each
Tel: 364-2198,422-1943 or
465-9539

ROAD

ROAD,



SERENITY - A tranquil and ex ex-
clusive gated community lo-
cated in Western New Provi-
dence near Lyford Cay.t It is
an affordable Island lifestyle
with resort amenities tiiat in-
clude: Kids playgrounds and
water spouts, Club House and
Recreation Centre, Spas, Fully
Equipped Gym, Tennis and
Basket Ball Courts, Adult and
Children Pools and 24hr Secu-
rity.¢ Lots start at only $85,000
for -Residentia! and $115,000
for Multi-family.t First Phase is
30% sold out secure yours
NOW with only 5% down!!

SERENITY ESTATES -
upscale community boasts of
23 beautiful estate lots oppo-
site Serenityis _ main
entrance.t These large lots
are ideal for estate homes with
elongated entrances and prop-
erty dimensions from 100x310
making ample room for both
front and back yard. space.t
Lots start at only $250,000 se-
cure yours TODAY with only
5% down!!

SAFFRON HILLS - A luxury
gated community located out
West just opposite Orange Hill
Beach with amazing Ocean
Views and elevations that pro-
vide a.calming lifestyle. This
exclusive community has
amenities which include: Spa,
Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts
and 24hr Security.t Residen-
tial Lots are only $175,000
with a 5% deposit.t. Call us
NOW only a few lots avail-
able!!

INDIGO - This residential gated
community is located in West-
ern New Providence just oppo-
site. Orange Hill Beach is
home to a number of residents
with picturesque ocean. views
and green spaces.t This in-
vestment paradise has only a
Four-plex Lot for $190,000 re-
maining. tAct QUICKLY!!

WEST WINDS - A charming
and elegant gated community
located on West Bay Street
just opposite Love Beach has
several beautiful homes and
apartments and is one of the
most sought after communities
in Nassau.t This community is
sold out with resaleis starting
at only $120,000 for residential
and $140,000 for Duplex
Lots.t Invest TODAY!!

CHARLOTTEVILLE - 3 bed-
room 2.5 bath spacious home
at $595,000 (Just completed)

CHARLOTTEVILLE - 3. bed-
room 2.5 bath two-storey home
beautifully designed at
$610,000 (Just completed)
Phone: 323-8000
Email: info @ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com

“This”

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classifieds @ tribunemedia.net

SANDRANIA GARDENS __ -
Large Duplex Lot 9,381 SF
reat investment opportunity at
150,000

COMMERCIAL - Two buildings
located on East Street only 1/2
mile from downtown $450,000

NORMANI’S CAY VILLA - An
Adrianna Hoyos Asian inspired
interior. design .fully furnished
and equipped luxury, 3 bed-
rooms 3 Q bath beachfront
villa rests on 120 ft of beautiful
sandy beaches and amazing
ocean views.t This private oa-
sis boasts of designer touches
such as: IPE wood flooring,
Kitchen-aid stainless steel ap-
pliances, Marble Baths and
more.t Just listed at
$2,000,000

NORMAN’’S CAY BEACH
FRONT LOT - This ideal home
site of 33,000 square feet pro-
vides the ultimate vacation
getaway with a private airstrip
on the Island for easy access.
A huge residential lot selling at
only $600,000

NORMAN’S CAY_~ ESTATE
LOTS- Four (4) adjacent lots
with breathtaking panoramic

views and 414 ft on the beauti-

ful Exuma Sound.t These
prime lots total just under 2
acres and provide a relaxing
escape.t OFFERED AT
$1,600,000!!

=
HOPE TOWN ABACO - A
large residential lot, 24,000 sq.
ft with partial Ocean views less
than 300 ft from white sandy
beaches in a quaint town of
Abaco.t A_ steal at ONLY
$180,000

Phone: 323-8000

Email: info@ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com -

Abaco: next to winding bay
100x600 on the main road
overlooking the sound includes
main house guest cottage can
be purchased as a package or
will separate have pians for 5
lots. priced at $550,000.00 net
for the whole package. financ-
ing available call 376-5422 for
more details.


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BAHAMAS

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EXCLUSIVES

ABACO! 10,000 SF lot just
one block to Eight Mile Bay
and its. beautiful Atlantic beach.
Partially undercut and ready to
build. Web Ref: 564209. Price:
$35, 000

EXUMA! 10,000 SF Residen-
tial lot currently offered at a
very good price providing a
great opportunity to invest in
the future. Just a short walk to
‘the sea. Web Ref: 564387
Price: $70,000

ELEUTHERA! Waterfront prop-

erty on the = mainland of
Eleuthera. Dramatic rocky
shores & serene beaches

grace this beautiful area. Just
across the harbour from fa-
mous Harbour Island. Web
Ref: 564386 Price: $175,000

SOUTH BEACH! Comfortable
2bd/2bt home with enclosed
yard and space to expand if
one desires. Features central
a/c, tiled throughout, timbered
ceilings, crown moulding, ceil-
ing fans and a patio at the rear
of the property. Zoned
multi-family and could be con-
verted intu duplex. Web Ref:
564419. Price: $200,000

VIZCAYA AT WESTRIDGE
ESTATES! New development
boasts a modern twist to colo-
nial style. Will offer gated ac-
cess, pool, playground, cabana
& beautiful landscaping.
2bd/2bt condos with great fea-
tures available, reserve today!
Web Ref: 564111. Price:
$269,900

KOOL ACRES! 3b/2.5bt family
home built for fun and family
gatherings. Game room _ with
pool table and an outside bar &
entertainment area. Marble
tiled floors, corian. countertops
and much more. Web ‘Ref:
564292. Price: $395,000

. SANDYPORT! ldyllic, residen-
tial lot with 6,403 SF in popular
- gated community with more
than enough room to build your
dream home on canal front lot
and beach access. Web Ref:
564416. Price: $450,000

SALES

SIR LYNDEN PINDLING ES-
TATES! Clean, comfortable
3bd/2bt home features Tiled
floors with carpet in bedrooms,
security bars on all windows,
and efficient kitchen. Sold with
appliances. Web Ref: 564382.
Price: $189,000
MILLER'S SOUND! | Duplex
with foundation for 3rd unit lo-
cated with each units having
2bd/1bt. Open living area, se-
curity bars, crown moulding &
tiles in living areas with carpet
in bedrooms. Web Ref:
563924. Price: $250,000
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-396-0000

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BAHAMAS

ewe. soee

LOVE BEACH! Just a_ short
walk to a beautiful beach this
2bd/2bt condo in gated com-
munity offers screened-in patio
with ocean views, cool
breezes, timbered ceilings, hur-
ricane* shutters & in house
washer/dryer. Fully furnished.
Web Ref: 564192 Price:
$269,000

EAST BAY ST! Very spacious,
recently renovated 2bd condo
is centrally & conveniently lo-
cated within gated community.
Great views of Nassau's har-
bour & Paradise Is offered fully

and comfortably furnished.
Web Ref: 563902. Price:
$325,000 For Rent: $2,500
p/m

WEST BAY ST! Residential lot
with 16,919 SF opposite the
sea offering great views and
cool ocean breezes. Web Ref:
564463 Price: $395,000

CABLE BEACH! Spacious
2bd/2bt condo in gated com-
munity on the water front with
panoramic views. Lots of ex-
tras. Offered comfortably fur-
nished. Wrap-around balcony.
Web Ref: 564412. Price:

$595,000 :

FOR RENT
VILLAGE RD! Studio apart-
ment in central. and convenient
location in gated community
with pool. Ideal for a bachelor
or single teacher. Basically fur-
nished. Web Ref: 564370.
Price: $800 p/m
PARADISE IS! Conveniently
located 1bd/1bt condo. in quiet
community with pool/sundeck.
Nicely furnished. Web Ref:
564461 Price: $1,200 p/m
WESTWARD VILLAS! Fully
renovated 2bd/2bt townhouse
with impact resistant French
doors and rear patio. Web Ref:
564431 Price: $1,700 p/m
PARADISE IS! 2bd/1bt condo
offered fully turnkey. Commu-
nity features laundry facilities,
extensive. gardens and swim-
ming pool with spa. All handy
to recreation and all the facili-
ties and beaches. Web Ref:
564428. Price: $2,300 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
newly renovated 2bd/2bt condo
in gated community. Gorgéous
views, balcony, tastefully fur-
nished, modern kitchen with
dishwasher & more. Must See!
Web Ref: 564346. Price:
$2,800 p/m —

THE GROVE! Townhouse in
exclusive gated community
with 3bd/2.5bt & 2-car garage.
Great floor plan, lots of storage
and tastefully furnished. Web
Ref:564405 Price: $3,500 p/m
SANDYPORT! Private 3bd/
3.5bt townhouse with open ca-

nal. views and boat dock. Ele- |

gantly furnished, well ap-
pointed open kitchen & floor

plan. Nice patio downstairs
with balcony off master suite.
Web_ Ref: 564462 _ Price:
$5,300 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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"HERE ESTATE
HOUSE FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bathroom,

semi-furnished, $130,000.-
Tel:392-3596, or 422-5743.



Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
. Fax: 328-2037
Email: info @ adlerrealtyltd.com
www.adlerrealtyltd.com
LOTS:
Web ref 10007 off Robinson
Road 7,180 s.f. $ 106,000



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Web _ ref: 10008 Hamilton
Rd.off Kemp Rd. 100 x 50] Cable Beach Lot for Sale.
$68,000

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Web ref 10009 Sunset Park 60
x 100 $ 79,000

Web ref 10010 Yamacraw
Beach 87 x 100 $ 112,000

Web ref 10011 Vanessa | Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806
Close, Seabreeze 40 x 145 $ :
80,000 -

Web ref 10012 West Wind 60
x 100 $131,000

Web ref 10013 Mt.
100 x 50 $83,000
Web ref 10014 Prince Charles
Dr. 10,609 s.f. $162,000

Web ref 10015 Nassau East
South Residential It. $150,000

Pleasant



Web ref 10027 off Harrold
Hee ee iStesteate"e" | PAT STRACHAN
Web ref 10042-Kennedy Subd. Really Sales.

60 x 100 $61,000

MULTI-FAMILY

Web ref 642 Avocado Gar-
dens 2b/2b & 2/1 $240,000
Web ref 643 Grant St. off Ber-
nard Rd. 4 Plex $249,000

DUPLEX LOTS.

Off Faith Ave South
Owner Financing available
50x139, $95,000.00
$9,500 Down
Monthly $1,226.69, 10 years

Web ref 644 Comfort St, Hay
St- Triplex 1-2b, 1b 2 1B 50x10, $75,000.00
$180,000.00 $7,500.00 Down

Monthly $968.37, 10 years -
Drawings included
For more info tel 323-1983.

10,000 SQ. FT
Available near Sandals Exuma,
Bahama Sound
Call now 544-5757 only 38K

MUST HAVE!

Duplex Lot For Sale.

Web ref 645 Gamble Heights-
4 plex 2-2Bed 1 Bth 2-1Bed
1bth $444,000.00

Web ref 646 Victoria Gdns.-
plex Preconst. $155,000

SEA BREEZE spacious home
up to belt course on a large lot
in a quiet desirable area. fin-
shed home to Your liken or
use owners approved plan
Asking $185k.
327-4107/424-7585.

Off
PRICED TO SELL REDUCED Farrington Road & lightbourne
CORAL HARBOUR Ave. “Rockcrusher”
3 ee a soma coat eNed:
ie: 2 POON $58,500.

$249,000 obo.
Call: 432-9388

FOR SALE
Hilltop lot in Westridge
1.014 Acres. Residential
Net Price $330,000
Serious inquiries only
Please call 457-4185 to view

Phone 465-1058.

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated
community,
Coral Harbour

APPROVED ps Foes
3 HOTEL DRAWINGS a een Soe
room, Bar estaurant
, : a arry ams
Val 20,000.00. 3
Asking 10,000.00 544-3714.

Telephone 323-1983.
LOT FOR SALE

CARI COE. in Sandyport. Water.

MULTI-FAMILY LOT

50x138_ $94,000.00 Colour

PHONE: 395-7594 #2
Email:armbristersheila @ yahoo. intsfested persona contact
aoe 363-2084

DUPLEX PROPERTY, 60x100,
off ‘Malcolm Allotment. Asking
$65K. Call 364-7927 ask for
mrs Sands.

Building on
Charles Vincent St.
with 7 shop spaces for sales or.
lease. Call 322-4260

cmackey @tribunemedia.



REAL ESTATE



WINDERMERE, ELEUTHERA.
Oceanfront Condo on exclusive
Winderrmere island’s
5-mile pink sand beach.
Spacious efficiency suite,
central A/C, kitchen, patio,
fully furnished. $270,000 or

RENT $1500/wk. :
(242)327-8719, 557-3172.
renascence @coralwave.com.
allens @coralwave.com

GATED WEST OF
ORANGE HILL BEACH
GOOD LOCATION,
SWIMMING POOL, TENNIS

COURTS,
BASKETBALL GOURT.
RESIDENTIAL LOT SPECIAL
Reo] 08
CAEL 457-0581: OR 393-1735



BATH
custom

4 BEDROOM, 3.5
Townhouse with
kitchen, high ceilings, — etc.
Residence have a open living
plan with-sliding glass. doors
that: open out to a_large cov-
ered patio overlooking land-
scaped gardens and the pool.
For Sale. Interested person call
363-2084.

FLAMINGO HOME BUILDERS
Suite #12, Royal Palm Mall.
Phone: 394-2002,

Fax: 394-6100

E-mail:

flamingohomebuilders1 @ hot-
mail.com

3 bedroom House starting from
$120,000 also included in the
price, fridge, stove, microwave.

TWO ADJOURNING LOTS in

prestigious Turnberry
Development, 13,592 sq.ft,
together totaling 23,192 sq. ft.
Lots are slightly elevated and
attractively located. Selling as
a package for $500, 000 Net or
$285, 000 Net respectively
ono. No agents. Tel 327-8639,
or 427-7708.

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY

(2) two adjacent properties,
10,000 sq ft appraised at
$60,000 dollars in totat reduced
to $55,000. ono for both proper-
ties. Located Bahama Sound,
Ocean Addition East, Exuma.
Ph: 225-3107 hour, 424-1941
cell

San Souci, Under Construc-
tion: 3 Bedroom home, 2 1/2
Bath, study, pantry and large
laundry. Being sold AS |S.
Valued to dated: $418,000. Be-
ing sold for $295,000 net.
16,511 sq. ft. lot ‘
House size 3,000sq. ft.

Call 359-3489.

FOR SALE
3 bed, 2 bath house with 1 bed
apartment attached.Cockburn
St,off Bernard Road. Good
investment opportunity.
$180,000 net O.N.O
Ph: 468-1374 or 364-6411.
No calls after 5:30 p.m

let





PROPERTY
6,000 Sq. Ft
65K
Great for small business
Welding Company
Ph:361-2721 ,433-0792
Windsor Terrace off Malcomb

Road

LOT FOR SALE
Westwinds Multi Family
$125,000 :
St. Vincent Road
Fourplex Lot
$110,000
_ Call 423-7695

MULTI-FAMILY LOT -
65x100
LOCATED IN THE WEST,
$109,000.PRICED FOR
QUICK SALE.
ABSOLUTELY NO AGENTS!
424-8594

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
FOR SALE By Owners
West Winds
Gated community near Love
Beach; 6,724 sq. ft, $114,000
PH: 426-3610, 322-4531.OR
- 433-7839



2 BED, 2 BATH, Seabreeze.
Spacious, fridge & stove, $850
p.m. Ph: 323-6496/376-3206 °

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH APT.
Pineyard Road. Fridge, stove,
water, a/c, $700 per month,
$400 security deposit.
Ph: 364-2122/ 457-1527

NEWLY BUILT 1

bed apts.
Joan’s Heights East,semi
furnished’. w/water $650 &

furnsihed w/ utilities. $750

1 BEDROOM EFFICIENCY off
utilties included,
in.

Wulff Rd, all
$160 p.w, $700 to move
Single person. Ph: 392-5364



GUEST HOUSE ully furnished
w/a/c, near Sandyport,
$2,000 p.m.

Ph: 327-0520
(evening),436-9659

EAST PARK OFF PRINCE
CHARLES: Spacious 2bed, 2
bath apt. Fridge, stove,washer

dryer, A/c & water included.

Call 364-6085 or 454-9544,

$900 per month



SEMI-FURNISHED efficiency in
Pinewood Gardens, all utilities
included, $130 p.w. Single
person or couple. No kids.
Ph: 392-0181/429-4922

YAMACRAW

SHORES APT.

2 bed, 1-bath,water, fridge
stove included, $700 p.m.$400
security deposit.
Ph:47-1421/ 364-7877
YAMACRAW SHORES: One
bedroom apt, semi-furnished.
Water included. $750 per mont.

364-7465 after 6pm.
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2 BEDROOM, 1 BATHROOM
APT. Pineyard road. fridge,
stove,water, a/c, 4700 per

month,$400 security deposit.
Ph: 364-2122 or 457-1527

NAIL BOOTH RENTAL in high

traffic area. Must be
professional and have own
clientele. 323-2982

SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM, 1-
BATH APT, Carmichael Road,
off Faith Ave, sec bars, A/C,
blinds, stove, fridge and water
incl. $750/pm, 1st, last plus
sec. Tel 341-3793, 426-0973.

SECURED, LARGE, fully

furnished, one bedroom
apartment, air conditioned,
ceiling fans, fenced yard,
adequate parking, laundry
facilities, phone and water
included. Own telephone line
and cable ready. Tel: 324-0361.

1-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill

South, remote access, fridge,
stove, microwave, sec bars, air
conditioned, gas & water
included, enclosed yard. First &
last plus security deposit. $600
per month. Contact 341-2231.

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
rooms for rent bed, light, water,
fridge, stove. a/c, ceiling fan
$450 to move in, $125 weekly.
Tel 364-3100.

FURNISHED
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APT. Light and water
included. $650 per
month, first, and last
rent required plus
security deposit.
Tel:356-7479.

CABLE BEACH, BelAir Apt.
Spacious, clean 1-bedroom
apt, fully furnished, A/C, and
ceiling fan, laundry fac, se-
cured windows... Water incl.
Sorry. no_ children (or pets.
$850/pm first, last & $500 sec
dep. To view call 327-7601,
445-1327.

2-BED, 1-BATH apartment,
burglar bars, enclosed yard,
cable,telephone ready,
Price $700 p/m.
Lumumbla West off Joe
Farrington Road.
Ph: 364-2066, 558-1956

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Faith
Ave, fridge, stove, water, ‘a/c
incl. No pets. $750/pm, + $450
sec dep. Call 376-6771,
324-9537.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Pine-

yard Road, fridge, stove, water,
A/C, s/bars. $700/pm, first, last

plus $400 sec. Phone
364-2122/457-1527.
BOATSWAIN_ HILL: 2-bed,

1-bath Apt, Carmichael Road.

West, fridge, stove, water,
ceiling fans. $650/pm, $400
sec. Tel:362-0647, 431 -4508.

HUTCH CAVE ROAD, off Faith

Ave West. 2 bed,.1 bath, first,
last sec, $650 per month.
Ph: 376-3673








2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH house
on .the beach with boat slip.
Fully equipped and furnished,
ready to move in. Standby gen-
erator. Cable and _ internet
ready. . Spacious garden.
$2250/month ($2750 inclusive
of utilities) Ph: 324-1457.
Cell 525-9160 or 393-1760

-3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
furnished house, $1500 per
month. 324-3248, 426-8509
Imperial Park

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM
Enclosed yard
Washer & Dryer included

Garden Hills #3 -
$1200.00p/m
341-048 1/443-4964/225-3582

3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE,
Sears Road. $1350.
32:7-0667/424-3330.
For details/viewing.

5 MINS WALK to beach. Lee-
ward East, Ig 2 bedroom, 1
bath, unfurnished. AC, burglar
bars, enclosed yard. $750/mth.
Phone 364-5827

APARTMENT EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT
1 bedroom, 1 bath.
semi furnished.
Call 422-5175 / 323-7625.

APARTMENT EFFICIENCY for
rent. Light, water and internet
included. Ideal for college stu-
dents. $550 per month. Phone
364-7906.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedrroos, 1 bath, water, a/c,
refrigerator 7 stove, $725 per

month, $300 security,

Yamacraw Beach Estates.

Ph:242-357-7714 ~

APARTMENT FOR: RENT.
Centrally located.
2 bedrooms.
Call 394-2035 or 424-8095.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, Rock
Crusher Road. Tel
395-1489/322-6492.





NEWLY BUILT 2 bed, 1 bath,
. Off Fire Trail Rd, water, AC,
s/bars included.$700/pm.
Call 341-1542,359-1871.

1-BEDROOM APT, light, wa-
ter, cable, fridge, stove, a/c,
bars. $670/mth, first, last, $300
security. Ridgeland park West.
322-341 2/454-8310.

CABLE BEACH,
bed, 2.5 bath, ocean front
property, east of Sandals
$4,500/pm_included utilities,
phone & cable. 9327-5316,
427-6526.

furnished 5

BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
furniture included. Off CW
Saunders Highway. Call
394-7528, 433-4992, Mr
Brown.

BLAIR ESTATES: Brand new
condos approx. 1300 square ft.
all top of the line amenities 2
bed 1 1/2 bath with laundry fa-
cilities private patio comes fully
furnished includes water, cable
and internet ready. Priced from
$2,000.00 per month ‘ist,
and 1 month security deposit
required. Call 376-5422 for
more details.

last




CABLE BEACH:

Towhnouse For rent
2-bed, 1.5-bath, fully furnished,
ated, $2,500 per month.
all:424-3797, 376-1064.

CORAL HARBOUR
3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom
Townhouse
$1,500.00 per month
Water included
557-1856 / 556-9830

Cowpen Road (Quiet Area)

-Furnished 1 Bedroom/1 Bath-

room

-$850 Per Month/$22/weekly,

1st and Last plus Security

De-

posit

-Includes Water and Light
Telephone:

DOWNSTAIRS 1-bedroom apt,
fully furnished included. All utili-
ties. $210 per week. Tel
392-4171.

DUPLEX APT IN GATED
COMMUNITY
West Wind Subdivsion
2 bed, 1 bath
Stainless Fridge, stove,
micrwave ,a/c in
bedroom, wooden blinds &
water included.
Call 502-2371 Esther or
362-2754

DUPLEX, newly renovated,
2-bed, 1-bath, burglar bars, air
cond, fridge, stove, washing
machine. Enclosed yard. Kool
Acres, $750. Water included.
Must see to appreciate.
322-3814, 324-7064 evenings.

EAST PARK OFF PRINCE
CHARLES: Spacious 2bed, 2
bath apt. Fridge, stove, washer
and dryer. A/c & water
included. Call : 364-6085 or
454-9544, $900 per month

EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,
furnished, no pets/children, ca-
ble and telephone ready, laun-
dry room on compound, West-
ern District, $580 monthly.
Phone 325-0318.

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT

Houses, Apartments, Condos, |

West, Paradise Island beach-
front. Gated communities.
$1,000, $1,500, $3,000. -Much

more!
Tel:393-0868/454-1230

FOR RENT
Two bed, one bath apartment,
cable included, $650 pm.First
and last month rent plus $400
security ed pers required.
IMereeie poo call

EFFICIENCY, furnished. Bellot
Rd. eree p.w. Ph: 361-2430








PAT STRACHAN
Really Sales

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. 12ft. Pull-up door,

bath, $4,000.00/month.
Tel 323-1983, 424-8028.

FOX HILL ROAD, south of
Blanco, one bedroom apt, fully
furnished. Tel: 364-3465,
324-2329

FOXDALE SUBDIVISION:
1-bedroom, fully furnished apt.,
A/C, security screens, water in-
cluded. Seoo/month, Tel
324-0833

FULLY FURNISHED CONDO,
located on PI, two bedrooms,
2.5 bath, basic cable, water
and. telephone included. No
pets, pool available. $2300 per
month. Contact 394-6898, or
431-1626.

FULLY FURNISHED EFFI-
CIENCY in Garden Hills. Light,
water and_ cable included.
$650/pm, $300 sec dep. Tel
341-3357.

FULLY FURNISHED, one
bedroom, one bathroom apt,
spacious. Water,cable, cooking
gee. -Just bring your clothes, off
t. Vincent, $700 p/m. No kids

please. Ph: 364-7461

GORGEOUS ONE BEDROOM
efficiency cottage off Eastern
Road. Perfect for single peson
or temporary resident. E.G
teacher, $900 monthly, utilities
included. Call 324-7392

GREENWOOD Road, Off Vil-
lage Rd, quiet dead end road.
Newly renovated upstairs, 1
bedroom, 1-bath, a/c through
out. All new basic furniture,

security, lights and washer/
dryer included. $800 _ per
month, electricity, gas, cable

and phone extra, no children/
pets.
Contact:393-1687 after 1 p.m

HIGH VISTA: 1. bedroom
apartment, furnished, light,
water, cable, internet, a/c
included, $976 p/m - ‘st, last,
$300 security. Tel:502-6461/
364-3644

HOUSE FOR RENT
GOLDEN GATES
ENCLOSED YARD,
FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
HURRICANE SHUTTERS,
GENERATOR, LAUNDRY
FACILITIES, AL SYSTEM,
ELECTRICAL GATE. WATER,
INCLUDED. $900/PM.
CONTACT 341-3762 AFTER
5:30PM

HOUSE FOR RENT. Highland
Park Villas, $1500.00 per
month. Ph: 323-0178,
376-1530

3 BED, 2.5 TOWNHOUSE
CARIBBEAN _ GARDENS __ off
Gladstone Road, _ furnished,
$1200/p.m.

Tel: 394-8731/2 or 364-2188 |

JOAN'S HEIGHT East,
1 bedroom, semi furnished,
$600 - $180 p/w. Ph: 392-5364

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD:

2 1-bedroom,. semi-furnished
Apts, $550.00 & $600.00
monthly; or $140.00 & $160.00
weekly. First month only along
with sec dep, $300.00. Water
& cable included. NO kids/pets:
Phone 324-3287, 455-1263.

MARIO SUPER CUTS
Barber Booths For rent,
Lincoln Blvd off Robinson Rd,
Ph# 325-4180 / 425-6819
Must have clients

MONESTARY PARK:
NEWLY BUILT — SEMI-
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOMS,
1 BATH APT. Water Included
$850. (semi-furnished)
Contact: 302- 6005, 557- 4393

NAIL AND HAIR BOOTH FOR
RENT, also lady to work .on
commission.Ph: eee
425-2695 :

NAUTICA
LUXURY CONDO west, fully
furnished, gated community 3
bed, 2.5 bath, private
townhouse, large outdoor
patio, garage, 2 swimming
pools, cable and internet ready,

beach access. Tel: 327-4789,

424-6755

NEAR P.1I BRIDGE, 1 bedroom
apartment, semi-furnished,
$600 per month, water in-
cluded. Ph:376-4881

NEW APARTMENT - NASSAU
VILLAGE, WILLIAM ST, 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, light and water
included. $780/mth.
1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, Utili-
ties included. $650.

Telephone 393-8264

NEW SPACE AVAILABLE for ~

office, internet lounge, barber,
beauty saloon or retail outlet
upstirs. Located Crooked
Island street The Grove,
$1000.00 p.m. First & last and”
security deposit of $800.
Ph: 677-5084, 361-4495 or
457- 1050

NEW STUDIO APT.
Fridge,stove,water included,
1 mature, quiet only.
Carmichael Rd.1st left after
Spikenard Rd,
$500 month,$300 security.
Tel:436-4629

NEW TOWNHOUSE 2 bed, 1.5
bath,water and cable
included,$700 p.m. Carmichael
Rd.Ph: 326-1893

NEW TOWNHOUSE near St.
Andrews School. 2 bedroom,
2.5bath,stove, refrigerator,
washer, dryer, $1, 350.00/month.
Ph: 364-7893

NEWLY BUILT 1-bedroom effi-
ciency Rolle’s Terrace, Fox
Hill, water, cable, a/c, fan, se-
cured environment, $500/pm,
first, last plus sec dep $400.
525-358/324-9588

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Millar’s Height,water
included, burglar bars,central
air condition, waelt room, $800

Ph: 341 23067/454-4836



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NEWLY BUILT .two bedroom,
apt, fridge; stove, water, central
air incl. 750/mth. Call
341-5909.

NEWLY RENOVATED 2 beca-
room, Farrington Road. Secu-
rity screens. $525 monthly, or
$130/weekly.

Phone 393-2606, 393-2888.

NEWLY-BUILT Off Bernard
near Dannotage Est.On-A-Hill,
2 bedroom, burglar bars, water
included. Ph:565-6424 Must
see to appreciate

NICE 2 BEDROOM HOUSE
quiet area of Yamacraw Road,
$950 per month, first, last
month, plus $500 sec. Water

and light included. é
Tel 525-6615, 636-1530,
392-4209.

NICE CLEAN 1-bedroom Apt.
pated community, 5 min from

Good area $675. 393-2559,
sas 1230.

NOW RENTING BOOTHS
(or COMMISSION BASE).
Transition Salon, Spa and
Beauty Supplies, Coral Har-
bour Shopping Center. Barbers
Hair Stylist, Nail Tech and Mas-
sage Therapist, 362-2284

OFF CARMICHAEL, brand
new efficiency, gated environ-
ment, all utilities, fridge, stove,
b/bars, dinette included, $725

m.
Ph: 565-9835, 422-3962

OFF ST VINCENT ROAD:
Fridge and stove included. 1
bedroom apt,central air $600

and sec required.
Contact 423-5228.

OFFICE RECEPTIONIST
Must be Bahamian
Applicant only. Downtown

location. 9am-4:30pm.,



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.
Ph: 394-7064 or 425-2695

OFFICE/SHOP SPACE

available. Deal's Plaza,
Mackey Street. Phone
327-6252/432-9799.

ONE AIR-CONDITIONED
APARTMENT,SAN SOUCI,
avaiable now, completely fur-
nished, one bedroom apt, full
bathroom with large walk-in
closet, full kitchen, including full
tank of gas, washing machine,
al appliance are branew new.
Utilities included: Light, water
and cable, premises is internet
and telephone ready. $900 first
~and last month, yearly rent
agreement preferred. Single
occupancy - preferred. Ideal for
professional person. Quiet
environment, premises are
enclosed. Ph:326-7218 or
302-9521 days, 364-8072
nights
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, $480 per

month,water included. Eastern
Area. Ph: 434-0966

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
in Smithville. Phone 364-5691
after 5pm. 7

ONE BEDROOM APT Water,

light, _ cable, —b/bar, hone
ready, an BHvate yard. hone
364-02



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ONE BEDROOM APT, fur-
nished, water, Turnquest Ave,
Stapledon Gardens. $700/mth.
326-4302.

ONE BEDROOM APT. $650.
TEL 364-5019

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
APT available from Sunday,
Feb 14. Fully furnished, own
bathroom facilities. Light, water
and cable included. Own park-
ing space and washer facilities
included. Security bars and
A/C. Located in secure prem-
ises in quiet Eastern New
Providence area. Within walk-
ing distance of food store. $165
per week, first and last week's
rent, plus $300 sec dep. No
pets or children, ages: 25+
non-smoker preferred. Week-
day viewings after 6pm.
Tel 324-9714, 565-8857.

ONE BEDROOM, one _ bath
apt. Stove, refrigerator & a/c
unit included.
Ph: 362-1062

ONE FURNISHED BEDROOM
APT, water, 116ht, ceiling fan,
cable, bars. $175.00 per week.
364-7296.

ONE FURNISHED ROOM.
Water/cable. $160 p/w.
Telephone 361-5589.

ONE LARGE EFFICIENCY
fully furnished water, light, ca-
ble included. - Johnson Road
Estate -$650.00 per month -
phone 364-2350

ONE-BED APT for rent.
West Bay St.
Tel: 323-5485, 6-9/pm
Cell: 558-0365. Mr Williams
9:00-6:00/p.m.

PARADISE ISLAND: Fur-
nished efficiency apartment on
property with laundry facilities,
two: pools and tennis. court.
$850/mo. includes water. To
view call. 393-8809,Mon-Fri,
9-4.

PILOT HOUSE CONDO com-
pletely furnished, swimming
pool, 24-hour security, gym
opp, pool deck, walking dis-
tance to shopping centre. Tel
Don Russell, 393-2259.

PINEWOOD GARDENS: One
bedroom apt, light, water &
cable included. Fenced- in

yard, hurricane Home:

(242)361-7628, cell: 454-5526,

426-8156.

PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL
ROOMS FOR RENT
MIAMI, FLA

Short Term Stay:

With Bahamian:
SuperBowl, Shopping, Vaca-
tioning, | Recuperating/Surgery
North Miami Beach area, 15
miles, Miami or Ft Lauderdale
Airport Close to shopping cen-
ters, affordable rates.

Call (786)-253-0945.

PURE HAIR AND NAILS SPA
‘BOOTH for rent.
Brand new. East St,
322-2801, 322-7650,
565-8190.

SEMI-FURNISHED 1-bed Effi-
ciency. Utilities included, Coral
Harbour, $600 monthly, $300
sec dep. Phone 362-2132.

Two

SANDILANDS VILLAGE, 2

bedroom apt. Fridge,stove,

water, ceiling fan,bars, $700

p.m. First and last plus $650
security deposit.

Ph: 324-1006 or 557-4254

SEMI FURNISHED APT, C/air,

2-bed, 1-bath, $950 p.m,$950
security deposit. Seabreeze
Lane. Ph: 429-4829

SEMI-FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY , Twynam
Heights, winton.Water and
light. $485/month , first, last, $300
security. Ph: 467-4556

SEMI-FURNISHED 2 bedroom,

1 bath, light & water included.
$425 per rm/mth. Telephone
393-8264.

SEMI-FURNISHED APT, light,

water & cable incl. $550/pm +
$300 sec dep. 356-2254.

SEMI-FURNISHED efficiency
in Pinewood Gardens, all

utilities included, $130 p.w.
Single person or couple.No

kids. Ph: 392-0181/429-4922



SEVEN SHOP SPACES
for rent at #97 Charles Vincent
St. For More Information please
call 322-4260

COLLIN’S AVE, one efficiency
semi-furnished apartment. Call
356-3396 or email:
lw2nas @ hotmail.com

SHOP/OFFICE Island Plaza
$800-$1000. 327-0667,
424-3330 for details/viewing

SOUTH BEACH: 1-bed, 1-bath
incl: fridge, stove, water, cable,
$550/pm, $300 sec. 376-9343

SPACE IDEAL FOR NAIL
SALOON
Available Feb 15, 2010
Located Crooked Island street
The Grove, $400 p.m. First,
last and security deposit $300
Ph: 677-5084, 361-4495,
455-1995 or 157-1050

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath, tall
Pine Nursery, security bars,
own water,$700 p.m

Ph: 361-5556
SPACIOUS 1-B/R,_ 1-BATH,
Out East, light, water, cable,
fridge and_ stove _ included,
$850/pm with A/C, $950/pm,
$300 dep req.

Executive cottage 4 b/r, 2 bath,

Cable Beach, $3500/pm.
Phone 425-3003.
SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM

APT, Cowpen Road, burglar
bars, cable and phone ready,

water included. $550 per
month, first and last month,
$500 siec dep. Phone
341-2613.

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM Apt,
furnished, enclosed yard, Sea
Breeze Est. $700 plus $400
sec dep. Phone 324-4611.

BEDROOM APART-
MENT for rent. Blue Hill South.
Call Mr Rolle at 324-4309.







E-mail:




FOR RENT _

SPACIOUS 2 BED, 2 BATH
partly furnished apt. A/C, basic
cable, phone and water
included,$850/month.Johnson

Ter.Ph: 324-5050/427-0925



APARTMENT
SECURITY SCREENS,
FRIDGE,STOVE, AIR
CONDITIONING,CEILING

FANS, OFF FARRINGTON
RD, S650 PER MONTH, FIRST
AND LAST MONTH RENT,
$400 SECURITY DEPOSIT.
TEL: 393-1735 , 457-0581



(2) SPACIOUS 2-BED_ 1-bth
with storage room Apt Off Ya-
macraw Rd. & (1) 1 BED 1 bth
btw Treasure Cove/Palm Key:
fridge, stove, dresser, beds,
cable, internet, computer desk,
sofa, burglar bars, gated, ceil-
ing fans, a/c, included.

$950 (2bed) $750(1bed) pm
1stlast & s/dep required
Call:455-7433. Serious In-
quires Only!

SPACIOUS ~—_2-bed, 2-bath,
c/fans, c/air, b/bars, water icl.
$750/monthly, 1st & last+sec.
Rocky Pine Road, off
Carmichael Road. Phone

468-2475 after 69m,361-7658.

SPACIOUS EFFICIENCY for
rent off Mackey Street behind
Wenay's Fridge, stove, security
bars, generator, water, & cable

included. Electricity on.
393-7358, 363-6012, or
424-9642. *
SPACIOUS one bedroom
apartment, water, blinds in-
cluded. Off CW Saunders

Highway. $550.00.
558-7299(cell), 394-8739(H).

SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM,
SEMI-FURNISHED,
KOOL ACRES,
$575.00 PER MONTH.
call 677-5385, 426-2117,
322-3293

SPACIOUS, 1 bedroom apart-
ment, Boat Swain Hill alarm,
ac, fan, fridge, stove and water
included. $600/pm and $200
sec dep. 455-0834, or
362-0688 after 5:30pm.

ST ALBANS DRIVE one bed,
one bath, furnished, no chil-
dren/pets, gas and water, cable
and telephone ready, $775 &
$800 monthly, first month’s
rent, electricity and se-
curity deposit required. Phone
323-8015.

STAPLEDON:1bed/1bath,
washer, dryer, fridge, .stoVe,
c/a/c, gated, $850 per month,
water, cable included
FOXDALE: 1 bed/1 bath effi-
ciency, fully furnished, all utilitiy
included, phone, cable, $650
per month

Call: 556-5146

TOWNHOUSE: Yamacraw, 2-

bed, 2.5-bath, fenced-yard,
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
water, cable/alarm ready.

$950. 455-9098.

UPSTAIRS 1-BEDROOM
APT, fully furnished. All. utilities
included. $220 per week. Tel
392-4171.

_ FOR RENT |

TWO & ONE BEDROOM APT
Fridge, stove, central air,
washer, dryer & water,
$900/$800.San Souci.

Ph: 324-9726



TWO (2) BEDROOM APT Kool

Acres (Eastern area),enclosed
yard,a/c, water included,ceiling
fans,security bars,cable +
telephone ready, no smoking.
Monthly payment $725 + $300
security Telephone 324-2500,
Cell 395-6146 or email: - philip-
don7 @ hotmail.com

TWO 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
Apt for rent, water included,
separate shared washroom fa-
cility, property enclosed yard,
security, bars, $1,000 _ per
month. High Vista, Eastern
Road. Phone 326-6066,
552-1320, 429-2525.

UNFURNISHD 2-BEDROOM
APT, $650/month,:. water +light
on, last month and security de-
posit. Ph:323-5770, Mr. Harris

UNFURNISHED 1-bedroom
apt,fridge,stove, c/air, $600 per
month, first/last, security/dep.
Malcolm Allotment,off Soldier
Road. Ph: 327-6252.

UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1 bath
college Gardens, secured, a/c,
bars, $650.1st,last & security
required. Ph: 557-0964,
525-3681, eve 324-4105

UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1 bath
College Gardens, secured, a/c,
bars, $650. 1st, last & security
required. Ph: 557-0964,
525-3681, eve 324-4105

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom 1
bath Apartment water included
a/c, ceiling fan Off Rocky Pine
Rd Carmichael $700.00 per
month 361-3291

2 BED, 2 BATH, Seabreeze.
Spacious, fridge & stove, $850
p.m. Ph: 323-6496/376-3206

2-BED, 2-BATH APT. Single
female seeking professional
woman to be roommates. Must
have job, driving and must
clean and on time with rent and
utility fund. No kids, 26-40
years old. Call 454-8582, Mrs
Mackey.

VERY NICE, fully furnished Ef-
ficiency, 1 bedroom, kitchen,
sitting area, $185 per week
and $400 security ,deposit in-
cluded. A/C, light, water, cable.
Tel 558-2183, or 436-5235.

WESTWINDS: Brand new
2-bed, 2-bath townhouse,
gated community.

All appliances included.

$1,800/mo: :
To view call 393-889,
Mon-Fri, 9-4.

WINSTON STREET, off Far-
rington Road. (ideal for COB
Lecturers/students). Newly
built, spacious 2 bedrooms, 1
bath apt. Semi-furnished incl:
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
blinds and security screens.
Tel: 322-5605, 557-2685.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
upstairs with walking closet,
light, water, telephone, | gas
tank included. $650/mth, first,
last month plus $300 sec dep.
Contact 361-6711.

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1 BEDROOM AC & WATER
INCLUDED. $600 PER
MONTH, . $500 SEC DEP.
423-2877, OR 433-3535.

1 BEDROOM APT.
AVAILABLE
All utilities included.Firdge,
stove,private bath &
kitchen,phone,cable,fan,
internet.Call 423-4242,
423-2263



1.BEDROOM APTS. Fridge,
stove, cable, water,ac/, ceiling
fans,internet included. Abbies
close off Carmichael Road,
$600/month & security $500.
Ph: 468-4889, 434-7960 or
361-8528

1-BED, 1-BATH, fully
furnished, light, water, cable,
enclosed yard, s/bars,
no pets/smoking. $150/weekly
or $585/pm, $200 sec.
Tel:341-4483/425-6639,
394-0233.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH APT,
Royal Palm Gardens, off
Cowpen Road, semi-furnished,
AC, security bars, water
included. $700/pm,, first, last
plus security deposit, $400.
Tel:322-3966.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT. Water,
cable, a/c included, $700 per
month. Hall's Close, off Glad-
stone. _ Ph: 361-2703,
431-9730, 556-7617

2-BED, 1-BATH house
Yamacraw Beach. Fully
furnished, central ,a/c,water &
cable included.$1100.00 p.m.
Ph: 324-4326 after 6 p.m.

Ph: 468-6681

1-BEDROOM Twynam
Heights, Winton, semi-
furnished,$650/month, first 7
last, $500 security deposit.
Water included. Ph: 467-4556

2-BED, 2-BATH, semi-fur-
nished, fridge, stove, water in-
cluded. Good for room mates.
$775/month, $375 sec dep. Tel
341-6230.

2-BED, 2-BATH.
Westridge. $1350.
Details, 327-0667/424-3330.

2-BEDROOM APT, unfur-
nished for: rent. quiet area. Off
Faith Ave, $690/pm, 341-6955,
preferably couples.

Gated apt,









1-BEDROOM APT, semi-fur-
nished, Eastern area, fridge,
stove, ._ AC, fan, spacious,
fenced-in yard, water included.
$550, first and last plus $300
sec dep. .
Tel 364-3691, 557-1205.

1-BEDROOM FURNISHED
APT. Pinewood. Light,water &
cable. (2) Adults only $190
weekl. SD $400. Ph:392-6038

1-BEDROOM FURNISHED,
CARIBBEAN GARDENS,

off Gladstone Road, $600 p.m

Tel: 394-8731/2 or 364-2188

1-BEDROOM semi-furnished
Apt, located off Bernard Road,
water & cable included. $590
per month, first, last plus $350
sec dep required. Tel
395-2392, 455-9386.

1-BEDROOM semi-furn,
refrigerator & stove, water &
light included. $675.00/mth.
361-5382

2 1-BEDROOM APT security
bars, stove, fridge, -AC, light in-
cluded. $550/month.
Gamble Heights.
558-1244, 341-3875.

2 BED, 1 BATH APARTMENT
located on Bellot Road for rent
. $700.00
Contact Tel. 5254092.

2 BED, 1 BATH APT, Carmi-
chael Road, $660, a/c, c/fans,
s/bars, water, enclosed yard.’
Ph: 393-0482/544-2113

2 BED, 1 BATH APT, Cowpen
Road West.Fridge, stove, ~
burglar bars, a/c, ceiling fans,
very spacious. $750 p.m.1st,
last & security. Ph: 327-4727,
426-9519

2 BED/1 BATH APT, off Car-
michael Rd & Golden Isles Rd,
central air, fridge, stove, micro-
wave, washer/dryer, burglar
screens, tiling, ceiling fans,
blinds, cooking gas & water in-
cluded. Cable & telephone
ready. $800/mth, first/last . &
$600 sec. Contact 341-7305,
429-8223.

2 BEDROOM APT, Grantana
Subd, cable and phone ready,
security bars. Washing ma-
chine and _ water included.
$700/pm, first and last plus sec
dep. $300. Phone 456-3358,-
535-8001, 362-0222.



2-BEDROOM APT, Victoria
Gardens, off Gladstone Road.
Water included. Fully aircondi-
tioned,- $700/pm, first/last and
$400 security. Phone
535-4387.

2-BEDROOM HOUSE, Blue
Hill South, semi-furnished, wa-
ter included. $800 monthly, 1st
and last plus $600 deposit.

324-8405/544-1995.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Nassau Village, for rent, 2-bed,
1-bath Apt, water included.
$675/pm. Blinds, AC, b/bars.
Phone 397-8991

2-BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH
Townhouse for rent. Unfur-
nished of Fox Hill Rd. First and
last month's rent, sec dep.
Quiet location, sec ber. For
Sale. No utilities inc!ued. Call
for informationon 364-7960.

2 BEDROOM APTARTMENT,
semi-furnished, water & gas
tank included. $750 per month.
361-2204, 456-0040.

2 BEDROOM furnished apt.
Attractive & well kept, off
Jerome Avenue,central
location, clean and quiet area.
A/C and ceiling fans,

$750 p.m.1st & last $400 s
ecurity/deposit, includes water.
Ph: 394-0967/436-9097. Only
responsible/mature persons
need call

2-BED, 1-BATH off Cowpen-
Road. Rent $650/mth, first,
last and $300 sec_ required.
Tel 436-5430.

WEEKLY ROOM FOR RENT.
Soldier Road. Ph: 544-6408

BARBER BOOTH FOR RENT
PHONE 425-2695, 394-7064
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BLAIR ESTATES: Newly reno-
vated apartments off Village
Road. Inct: water, AC, fridge,
stove, security screens, tele-

facilities. Quiet neighbourhood.
1-BEDROOM UNIT $750,

1.5 bedrooms Unit $800

Tele 424-8049, 325-7869, Ms
Webb.

3 BEDROOM COTTAGE,
Montagu Villas, Village Road.
Tel 427-6204.

BRAND NEW 1 bedroom
studio efficiency apt. Fully
furnished, light,water, cable,
$165 per week or $750 per
month. Available February 28,
2010

McKinney Drive off Carmichael
Road.Ph: 341-1515,376-2768

phone & cable ready. Laundry:

FEMALE LOOKING FOR
FEMALE roomates. 2 bed/a/c
apt. Ph: 361-7486

SEEKING YOUNG LADY to
share 2 bedroomapt.$400 per
month, ight, water and cable
included in rent. $800 to move
in. Call: 432-1321

ROOM FOR RENT, in private
home, shared bathroom with a
female. All utilities included.
$135 per week. Tel 392-4171.

FIEMALE TO SHARE 2-
bedroom, furnished town-
house, $500 per month, utilities
included. Perpall Tack,West
Bay St.Tel: 448-9892.



BRAND NEW Duplex Apart-
ment, 2-bed, 1-bath, $750 per
month. |

Tel 324-8510, 424-0313.

BRAND NEW large 1-bed, 1-
bath Apt. Tropical Gardens,
semi-furnished, washer/ dryer,
AC, thoughout, granite counter
tops &_ tiled. 850/pm. Call
448-2453/324-0641.

BRAND NEW TRIPLEX FOR
RENT 2 bed, 1 bath,semi-fur-
nished, central air, security
screens, water . included.
Gated. Tel 359-1695.

BRAND NEW, spacious 2
bath, 1 bath Summerset, Cow-
pen road West, includes fridge,
stove, AC, ceiling fans, security
bars, cable and phone ready,
rent $775 per month, first, last
and security deposit $500.
Please contact 359-0002, or
376-145.

BRAND NEW. Gated, 2 bed-
room apt, semi-furnished, ca-
ble & phone ready, burglar
bars, alarm, water included.
$1200 per month, 1st, last +
$1200 sec. Phone 359-1695.

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, $1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph: 376-4881

BARBER AND NAIL SALON
BOOTHS FOR RENT
Newly built, spacious plaza. A
must see.Call 324-5483 or
448-3257 (Mr. McPhee)
327-7524 or 456-4526 (Ms.
Kelly).Serious inquiries only

DOWNTOWN
EXECUTIVE
“OFFICE spaces for
rent. Boardroom,
kitchen, and
‘reception area. Fully
inclusive of electricity
and maintenance
offices from

$1,000 per month.

. Move in special
available, no deposit
au tae Move in with
ae
month only.

uo Mon-Fri, 325-7172.



TO SHARE
Jamaican female seeks room-
mate, St Albans Dr, off West

Bay Street. 2-bed, 1-bath, $400
per month, split all utilities. No
kids/pets. 432-7402.



TURN KEY COFFEE

- SHOP/RESTAURANT

- Good area, good
clientele.
BE YOUR OWN Boss!
All equipped set to go
17,000 only
Tel: 427-7206 or
427-1314



NEED COOKING GAS, Gro-

ceries, etc. Borrow $100 to
eee0 jppay back in one (1) week.
322-4655, 544-8251,
B26- 0883
MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com

ACCOUNTS RECIEVABLE
CLERK/CREDIT &
COLLECTIONS Leading
Marine Facility in Nassau has
an immediate opening for one
Accounts Recievable Clerk.
Successful applicant will have
previous experience inCredit
and Collections, must be
reliable, honest and trustworthy
with proven record of success
and commitment to excellence.
Must be proficient in MS Office
applications, specifically Word
& Excel. Must have legal wotk
status and have a clean police
record. Applicants with a
Bachelors Degree are
preferred. Please send resume
stating previous experience and
qualifications via fax to 393-
0066 or drop off and complete
an application in writing
available at Marling Marine Ltd
on East Bay St. Tel: 393-7873

CREATIVE DESIGN NAIL SPA
Presents
For the month of February
we’re offering a
Girlfriends Package.
Bring 3 or more girlfriends and
get your nails free!!!
Restrictions apply.
See you there.
Phone 323-2982.

FEBRUARY 13, 2010

AVON
Persons needed to sell Avon
on commission. Basic or to
sign up direct.
Ph: 305- O1 81/429- 4922

WANTED
-Experienced Carpenter
-Experienced Mason, $60 per

day. Must be able to mix
concrete and light light
carpentry.
-Handyman $30 per day.
Ph: 326-6175
WANTED

Experienced Backhoe Operator
Experienced Aspalt Raker
Call: 326-0869 for more info

BARBERS NEEDED with own
clientel for new barber shop.

Chairs start at $100.00 per
week. Call 341-7948 or
466-0056

BUS DRIVER NEEDED. With
relevant documents.
Ph: 424-6288, 364-4815

DRIVERS NEEDED for Pizza

company. Contact telephone

324-9808, or emai info @:
atinker @firststepdev.com

ESTABLISHED COMPANY
LOOKING FOR HVAC
TECHNICIANS, INSTALLERS
AND HELPER
Applicants must be trained in
the field with a minimum of 3
years HVAC experience and
possess a high school diploma,

basic tools and calid drivers
license. Persons who apply
must have the technical skills
to repair and install air
conditiong systems_ in
residential and commerical
settings. Honestl, reliability, a
clean cut appearnce, good
manners and willingness to
work as a team member are a
must.

Applicants will be subject to a
pre-employment background
check, and drug screening. Job
references required. Please
call 242-477-6744 to apply

SMALL BUT GROWING
SCHOOL is in need of:
1 Teacher to teach English
Language
Literature and: Math to Gr 7-12
-Must be a Christian and have
a natural gift for teaching.
-Must be a Bahamian
-Must have a teaching certifi-
cate
-Must have a least 2 years
teaching experience.

pply at:

newministry @ live.com

both

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER

Responsibilities include
housekeeping, cooking and
childcare.Applicant must be

apply to travel with family
throughout the year.Salary p/w
$180.00. Contact: D. Glinton
#328-3500

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER

needed to take care ofa
toddler & a set of twin girls.
Bahamian only. Ph: 424-3230.

LADY to clean and iron. Baha-

mian only. Tel 362-6040

WANTED: Live in housekeeper

to care for 2 year old and do
general housework. Apply to
M.H. Abaco 367-2711

FIVE POINT SYSTEMS LTD is
seeking to employ a profes-
sional qualified applicant
for the position of:

COMPUTER REPAIR
TECHNICIAN
Job Responsibilities:
eMust be able to configure
desktop/laptops for . users;
Must be able to install Micro-
soft updates (Windows and
Office); Must beable to install
third party applications (Mi-
crosoft Offce, Adobe & cus-
tom software) etc; Must be
able to check Anti-Virus log
file; Must be able to Trouble-
shoot and repair PC hard-
ware, software, printers and
basic network connectivity is-
sues.

eMust be able to respond to
customer complaints and pro-
vide technical advice

eMust be able to install and
configure security software
such as firewalls and Anti-vi-
rus tools



eMust have own transportation :

and flexibility to travel.

Basic Qualifications:

eExcellent command. of
English Language

eAbility to understand and inter-
pret technical manuals

eAbility to prepare progress re-
ports on all work performed

eAbility to test new systems to
ensure that they are in work-
ing condition.

the

Applications may be collected
from The Customer Service
Department *

Robinson Road
Phone Number: 242-322-3049
or resume may be sent to
hr @fivepointsys.com
Deadline for applications is:
Monday, February 22, 2010.

PART-TIME TEACHERS
required for BGCSE Math,
English and Biology and
General Science,Physics and
Chemistry.Tel 325-5060.

PHOTOGRAPHY TEACHER
TO TEACH STUDENT
PHOTOGRAPHY.
PLEASE EMAIL REPLY
www.island.jewels @ hotmail.
com

SALES CLERK wanted. Must
have own transportation and
clean police record. Call
356-2865.

SECURITY OFFICERS AND
SUPERVISORS, male only.
361-1695, or 395-5451.

SINGING TEACHER
To teach student singing.
Please email reply:
www.island.jewels @ hotmail.
2 com

- WANTED
Experienced Carpenter
Experienced Mason, $60 per
day. Must be able to mix
concrete and light light
carpentry.

Handyman $30 per day.

Ph: 326-6175

WANTED
A small Chinese Takeout
resteraunt required Chinese
cooks. Please write P.O.Box
N-646





DO YOU OWN A PIECE OF
VACANT LAND AND NEED A
QUICK LOAN. Call 326-0883,
322-4655 or 544-8251,
322-8856.
MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com

NAIL BY VALENCIA
Valentine's Special
Tips on Nails’ and two big toe
airbrush white with one (1) col-
our for $35.00 -
Call for apt 525-9917,
394-4428.

VALENTINE NAILS
SPECIAL
Tammy Taylor $25
Airbrush $25
Sexy Toes $15
Full set $15
Tel:432-4995,322-7861



or

ELECTRICAL SERVICES

House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and
24-hrs service calls.

Call me fcr a FREE quote,
465-8373.

EVER DREAMED OF
OWNING YOUR OWN HOME?
Well dream no more, at Money
Finders, we make all dreams
come true. Call now! We have

the right mortgage for you.

Ph: 322-8856, 326-0883,
322-4655 or 544-8251

Money

FindersO7 @ hotmail.com

AVON
Buy, Sell or sign up
Tel: 361-5556
kempcorp @ hotmail.com

SEDUCTIVE TILE LAYING
(certified) experience and
affordable specializing in: -
* ceramic,marble,natural stone,
indoor/outdoor.
Tel::456-1933.

NEED A MECHANIC?
Call 434-3415, or 361-7486
For a reliable gasoline and

diesel mechanic. (cars, heavy
duty trucks, welding).

HARD TIMES ELECTRICAL
Three Phased Licensed Con-
tractors offering:

Residential, Commercial Indus-
trial wiring , CAD Weld Ground-
ing, Home Checking, High and
Low Voltage wiring and more.
Tel:362-1767,
Emergency:422-4996.

MARY KAY, Great

skincare for both men_ and
woman. Call Claudette today
: or

@ 242-356-7337
242-636-3856





MS
THE FATHER" S KITC EN
TAKE-AWAY
Hours:12 noon - 12 midnight
#39 Bahamas Ave,
East of YCares
“Come see Chinch and Jazz’
Telephone 323-4663



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VW PET PRO’S

PET GROOMING
We offer full grooms & grooms
for small breed dogs. We’re
conveniently located in the
Sandilands Village Road area.
For Eastern residents’ who re-
quire this service. Hours are
weekly between 6:30/pm_ to
10pm )appointment only) and
open all day Sundays from
gam Call 427-5284, or
525-2376 to make appointment
or get directions. Let us groom
you dog the professional way.

AFFORDABLE CARPET
CLEANING
ePest Control
Painting
eMasonry
eDry Waill
eMinor Carpentry & Plumbing
Ph:394-8053/380-2248
Mr. Symonette

ATTENTION NETWORK
MARKETERS/
ENTREPRENEURS
Join LHN the fastest growing
and most affordable company.
A 4x5 forced matrix that pays

over $5000.00.
For just $37.00 per
product purchase.
Call 242-423-6612,
jeffreysimon76 @ gmail.com
www.shopatihn.com

FIRST CLASS

General Maintenance
Electrical, Plumbing, Paint-






month

ing, Tiling, Telephone Wiring,

Drywall, Masonry.

Call today for a FREE quote.
Tel:465-8373-



BOAT TRAILER RENTALS
daily, weekly, monthly
from 15'-40' footers all float on
Call 376-5422

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

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Pedicure, Tip on Two Big Toes
Tip on Nail, Airbrush White for

only $39.99
Tel 525-9917

FOR ALL YOUR MORTGAGE,
PERSONAL, CONSUMER,
AUTO OR VACATION LOANS.
Call 322-8856, 326-0883,
322-4655, or 544-8251. No
banks involved, private lending.
MoneyFiners07 @ hotmail.com

EARN $550 a week signing-up
Four (4) people.
Only $33 to join.
Phone 341-2376/557-8665.
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PROFESSIONAL
ELECTRONICS
INSTALLATIONS
over 22 years of experience
Surveillance/CCTV Cameras
Audio/Visual & Surround
Sound Systems.
Satellite Systems
Flat screen LCD TV mounting
Computers - Repairs &
Networking
CAT 5 & Reg cabling.
Give us a call anytime,

359-0215.
ROOF REPAIRS
Flat, Shingles, Metal P.V.C
Torch Membrane
Ph: 436-6865

“TELEVISION, WASHER,
DRYER, FRIDGE,
-COMPUTER REPAIRS
CALL MR. FIX IT @ 395- 0087
Computer & Plumbing
Available

TIRED OF LVING FROM
PAY CHECK TO: PAY
CHECK?

Then let us put all of your loans
together and make _ one-~ (1)
easy payment.
MoneyFinders0O7 @ hotmail.com

VALENTINE’S DAY
SING-A-GRAM
SONG BIRD SONIA
Ph: 364-0122, 565-6424
YES YOU CAN!

Get a quality computer educa-
tion. You can start with just

$100 :
: Call. TOYA’S,
393-7045, 423-1059.

NAIL CLASSES
s AVAILABLE
Starting Feb 25, 2010.
Contact Kenya. at 341-2748
or 544-0375.
Register today because
space is Imited

‘SEEKING days
work/weekly. Cell: 636-0497,
Home: 325-0858

MATURE CHRISIAN lady

LADY ,

seeks days work and weekly
work.Please call 325-2768,
1-242-442-0094. ask HOF
Charmaine

YOUNG FEMALE looking to
work a Hot Dog Stand, salary
$150 per week. Serious
inquiries only. Tel:428-6475

LADY. SEEKING employment.
Monday through Friday.
Security, Disabled,Cleaning
Comapny, Elderly:home,also
night work and office maid.
Ph:325-21 87

MATURE LADY seeking a job
as a maid. Call 322-3293 or
426-2117.-

LADY SEEKS JOB as weekly
or days work. Barmaid, Cook-
ing, babysitter or kitchen
_helper, selling phone cards,
sheet rocks. Ph: 436-4464

LOOKING FOR a _iive-in
housekeeper. Ph: 677-4607 o

‘LADY



“WANTED —

looking for days
work/housekeeping.
Tel 425-7554
LADY seeks days or. wekly

Tel 535-5959.

wor.



-Math
-Accounts
-Economics
-Enterpenership
-English
-Business Management
- Biology
-Physics and Chemistry
13 week course beginning
Feb 2, 2010
Registration begins Jan 19nd
at Teleos Campus.
Highland Park
Tues & Thursday, 5:30-7
Saturday, 10-12.
Tel: 325-5060



SPECIAL READING
CLASSES
Afternoon and Evening

Specializing in helping with-
home work assignments.
Reading and English, assisting
with home work, preparing

studies to pass examins suc- |

cessfully
Two locations: Meeting Street
and South Beach.

Excellent Proven Results! -
Instructor Rev Charles’ T
moxey
Telephone contact 392- 5803
or 448-7808.

HONEST, RELIABLE
PERSON looking for work.
Baby sitter, caregiver, night

sitter for babies or elderly
daycare. Call Lisa Cleare,
426-6017/326-7308

TUTORING AVAILABLE
in Mathematics at .
BJC and BGCSE levels
Contact 467-3641.

BJC PREP
-MATH ;

-ENGLISH
-GENERAL SCIENCE
-HEALTH SCIENCE
11 Week course begins Feb
15, 2010 (Mon + Wed)
Registration -Tues, Thur 5:30-7
Sat 10-12 at Teleos Campus
Highland Park

Tel: 325-5060

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & eeu
Theory

535-2484 359-0904
i= fi
ASHE aed
com. As



BGCSE PREP
13 WEEK COURSE BEGIN
FEB 2, 2010
TUES + THURS 6 P.M
AT TELEOS CAMPUS
HIGHLAND PARK
TEL: 325-5060

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATOR
seeking a job as a Home
School Teacher. Tel 364-7904.

ARTICLES __

FORSALE |.
EAST BAY MOVING SALE
February 12 & 13.



doors,
etc.

Furniture,
CDs, _ mirrors,
322-6013.

STORE CLOSE OUT
TENT SALE
New clothes all under $25.
Books & used items, Garden
View Estates. 1st left pass
Success College, 1st left, 4th
house on left. Saturday, Feb
13th, 7 a.m - 12 noon

appliances,
plates,

FOR SALE :
1 Living Room Set as room as
in $650
Stainless Steel & black

appliances

Temporary power supply box
$350

Call 392-5364 or
photos
bahamasbargainhunters @
gmail.com

FOR SALE ASIS
Bifold doors $30ea
Int doors $25
Wood table set $175
black Sink $30
Washer/dryer need part $100
25 c/f Frigidaire black $400
Dining set glass/wicker $175
Wooden nook set $200
Light fixtures $15 ea.
Tub, $70
TV mount 20” $20
Telephone:364-5695.

FOR SALE
1 Dell 20” Wide Monitor $180
1 Dell 17” Monitor.$150
1 AOC 17” Monitor $150
2 AOC 19” Moniotrs $180
1 Slide Shower Door for 6 ft.
Tub $600 O.B.O
1 Wheel!Chair $300/1 5,200
BTU Window a/c $150
1 Gateway all-in- one Com-
puter $350
1 Lg Freezer Jacket & 2 pairs
’ freezer gloves $250
1 Soyo:16” COmputer Monitor
$140
Ph: 364-1965 or 359-0215

FOR SALE
dinette table and one
rack, excellent cond.

email for

4-pc
Baker
$350. ;
(D)302-9515, 324-0139 after
5pm, 364-6424.

FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutters
50"x72", $190,

: 38"x72 $180
Single Windows $100
Phone 636-2193

ITEMS FOR SALE
New Ig neon cell phones $190,
new in box, large entertainment
center ‘center $280, 20” Icd tv
$295, tv stand $30, xbox 360
with 5 games , $380 portable
dvd player $70, blackberry
curve cell $250. Ph: 565-8082 |

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2010,PAGE 27

ARTICLES |
FOR SALE |

NEW GAMES for Xbox 360,
PS3, PS2

Wii, DS, PSP, Uncharted 2,
HALO 3:ODST,_ right night,
Smash. Brothers Brawl, Modern
Warfare 2 & many more under
$100. 423-5422.

ROLLED GOLD
Starting at $10.00 gifts for. Val-
entine and occasions
24” men pendants, ring, etc.

18” women pendants, ‘brace-

lets, etc
Call The ~ Ting-um Store,
328-3970, Madeira St, Palm-

dale, Wong's Plaza

SHOWCASES FOR SALE.
5 pieces for $100 each
Tel 356-7085, or 676-2733.

STORE CLOSURE -
4 Steel shelves $150 ea
Cherry wood Exec Desk $350
Computer/electronics repair
bench $200 5
Reception, counter $250

‘6 Light up store sign. enclo-

sures $157 ea
3 Audiovox 300watt surround,
sound $165 ea

Jwin 200w = sorround | sound
$175
4 ADC 19” wide computer

monitors $180 ea
3 Broksonic 19”
$165 ea
Toshiba 19” used tv $90
Daewood 19” used tv $90
Norcent 27’ LCD tv $550 —
5 v-tech ‘dual handsets cord-
less phones $75

A varietyof HDMI, V6A printer

& USB cables.
Tel:364-1965/359-0215.

TEL: 324-0778
Cribs $110 ea
See Saw $145.00
Swing set $325.00
10x10 tent $175.
20x20 tent $290.00
Door $15.00
Bookcase $30
New single real wood bed $500
2 tall dressers $350.
Shower curtain $10.00
Playpen $125.00
High chair $85.00
Party supplies

tv/VCG combo

Whirlpool

$550

Apt size stove v/good condi-

tion $300

Table saw 10” blade $350

Electrical meter box $95

Micellaneous items
Tel:394-3481

FOR SALE
Wooden Set, good condition,
includes table, 4 chairs. and
china closet. $499.
Ph:525-7394

refrigerator (new)

GYM EQUIPMENT
Tony Little gazelle freestyler
$100 2
AB-Doer $60/2 AB Dolly's $25
each
1 Ab Lounge XL $150
1-Stationary Bike $100
Aerobic Stepper $60
1 Crunch Board $25.00
1 COmplete Pro Barbell Set w/
$300 pounds $300
2 40 Pounds Dumbells
1 Marcy Complete Cable Home
Gym $500
1 Lateral Thigh Trainer $60
Ph: 364-1965 or 359-0215

ARTICLES —
FOR SALE |

3-PC TEAL LIVINGROOM
SET excellent cond, $600

30” Kenmore electric Stove,
$150 -Prices neg. Call

436-6161 after 5pm, 364-8855

A-1 PAYLESS
TODAY TO SUNDAY
Computer complete with printer

$299

Whirlpool/Kenmore washer fr
$350

Stack washer/dryer $795 _
Dryers gas or elec fr $395

Apt or Fam stove & fridge fr
$699

Microwave oven fr $60

Lg upright freezer $375

Family fridge fr $375.

Apt/

Family Fridge fr $399

Dining table wood 4 chairs
$299
Stainless ~Steel’ elect stove
$499

Queen, pillow top mattress set

350

Sofa bed full r $325

13" TV $99

10" TV $125

25" TV-$200

32" TV $300

Bureau/drawers/mirror $200

Chest & drawer 5 $110

Exercise bike fr $99

Filing cabinet letter & legal fr

$60

86 gal elec water heater $350
Telephone:362-6040

AVON
Avon make-up,Cologne, Anew
Products etc.Deodorants
8- $10
More than 50, $1.00 each
Ph: 392-0181/429-4922

BLOW OUT SALE
on clothing $5 & $10 itans,
other clothing items 10% -50%
You don’t want to miss it.
323-0710

CLOSE OUT SALE
Boy’s pants Dickies, French
Toast and church

Long and short. All colours.
$5.00, $10.00;.$15.00

Call 558-6589/324-5467.

DELL 15” CRT MONITOR $50
DELIVERY. $15.
CALL 565-9119, 324-' 9104.

NEW YORK STYLE HOT DOG
CART FOR SALE
Ph: 436-5929

OFFICE FURNITURE
Conference table $400
Six guest chairs, $50 ea
Desk $10
- Tel 323-1983.

LAWN MOWER
148 cc, good condition $100
Sewing Machine - Brand New
$100
Ph: 448-2806

FOR SALE
New fridge $475.
Tel 677-51 74/565-8791.

FRIDGE, $350 UP

TV, $150 UP
COMFORTER SET, $80
CAR STEREO, $70

DIESEL GENERATOR

WASHER, $375 :

FULL SIZE MATTRESS, $155

COMPUTER TABLE, $100
TELEHONE:364-2646

ATIO SALE

PATIO. SALE CLOSEOUT
Valentine's sexy nighty,
teddies, silk boxers from $5
Thongs, G- string from $1 plus
sz nighty, house dresses, work
pants, skirts blazers, children
jackets, sweaters from $5 &
$10.. Prices lower than whole-
sale everything. All new.
Everyday iiam_to 4pm. All
sizes, Pine: St. , Tall Pines, off
Gladstone Road, corner
opposite Loyola Hall, the new
Aquinas. College, 5th building
on right,- all white.. Phone
361-6234, please call.

YARD SALE



. . Sat, Feb 13, 2010

9:30 until 5pm.
European goods from
WAREHOUSE LIQUIDATION
Exclusive branded goods like:
GARDENA garden products,
special-German Fertilizer and
handmade ‘unique _ wallclocks,

SiGG-Botiles, LUX-Tools,
FISHER - _ fixing products,
D-C-Fix floor mats .+table

clothes and a lot.of products,
which you can not get else-
where in Nassau!!!

Tel 565-7525
Location: Enter Grove Ave, off
West Bay Street, first corner
left, follow signs to parking lot.

NEW 4 burner gas stove top,
$370
8x10 area rug, like new, $150
Tel 324-6007

2-TON DUCTLESS A/C UNIT.
- LIKE NEW. 436-8874.

POWER AMPLIFIED, confetti
Machine & Confetti. 436-8874.

DINING ROOM TABLE &
chairs, end tables, mirrors,
paintings & frames. 436-8874.

GRAND BAHAMA

CLASSIFIED

6-PLEX UP TO BELT
COURSE — FOR SALE
Lot #6, Block #9
Shannon Drive, Unit 1
3 — 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
2 — 2 Bedrooms, 1.Bathroom
1—1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Appraised: $200,000
Sale Price: $175,000
(if buyer & seller agree to split
' legal fees)
$150,000 (if buyer agrees to
pay all legal fees)
If interested, contact
Tabitha Bowe on 352-4368
SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!

FOR SALE
Multi-Fam. Property, Yeoman
Woods, Freeport w/approved
Triplex plan. $25,000.
1-242-436-5430 :





APARTMENT FOR RENT
1 Bedroom upscale furnished.

Gated. Bahamia, Arawak
Lane. Newly built $850.00
(1st, last,security). 352-1708
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