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PLP in Election Court move

FNM ahead

by two

votes

after recount

AS THE Elizabeth by-elec-
tion recount drew to a nerve-
wrackingly tense close last
night, the PLP was poised to
produce their Election Court
challenge the moment ‘the
results were announced in a
bid to prevent a winner from

-being declared.

This move would put a halt
to all election proceedings
and prevents anyone from
representing the people of
Elizabeth in the House of
Assembly.

With the FNM up by just
two votes, PLP candidate
Ryan Pinder and a handful of
party operatives weré said to
be preparing the challenge as
the recount of the final polling
division commenced.

When it was revealed that
the FNM had won by two
votes, the PLP’s lawyers .
rushed into the building pre-
sumably to serve the chal-
lenge.

The Tribune had to go to
press before we could confirm
that the documents had been
served.

A few hours eather as the
tension at the Thelma Gibson
High School began to mount,
PLP leader Perry Christie
hinted that the opposition
party was preparing to head
to Election Court.

Accusing the governing
party of intimidating return-
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the recount room in the pres-
ence of several Cabinet Min-
isters, Mr Christie said the

FNM had perpetrated “one ,

of the proates: abuses of pow-
er. ”

The former prime minister
claimed the pressure exerted
on Mr Thompson last night
led him to make a number of
decisions on disputed ballots
that were, not in accordance
with precedents established
in earlier elections.

Mr Christie insisted the
only way to remedy this was
to take the matter to Election
Court. He revealed that the
PLP plans to go to court in
any case if the final count,
plus the protest ballots, do not
give the FNM a win beyond
dispute.

According to Mr Christie,
the returning officer cannot

declare the result of the ©

recount official if the PLP
immediately informs him in
writing of their intention to
take the matter to Election
court.

Mr Christie’s comments
came amid heightened ten-
sions outside Thelma Gibson

Primary School last night,

where the small, quiet day-

SEE page 15



DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER Brent Syimonette and. Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest

in discussion yesterday.

. By TANEKA THOMPSON

Tribune Staff Reporter

tthompson@tribunemedia.net

CABINET ministers have been —
accused of "intimidating" and
"brow-beating" by-election return-
’ ing officer Jack Thompson through-
out the grueling recount process.

Progressive Liberal Party Chair-
man Bradley Roberts and PLP stal-
wart Valentine Grimes both
expressed concern over the pres-
ence of Tommy Turnquest, the
minister responsible for Parlia-
mentary Elections, in the recount

room at Thelma Gibson Primary
School.

However, Labour Minister Dion
Foulkes shot back at both men —
claiming that Mr Turnquest has
been subdued during the process

. — arguing that Mr Thompson and
other election officials have
remained independent of FNM
influence.

In a scathing statement released
yesterday, Mr Roberts accused Mr
Turnquest of pressuring Mr
Thompson and election officials

SEE page 15

PRS DTCC MUCOUS TT ECCT

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune SitaffS Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

HOUSEBREAKING
rings of teenagers driven by
adult criminals have been
cracked by police in south-
ern New Providence.

_ A total of 10 men, ages 16
to 37, have been charged

charged are 24 years or
younger and police say the
teenagers are breaking into
homes under direction from
older criminals, instead of
going to school.

Director of National
Crime Prevention Office
Superintendent Stephen

SEE page 12

with 18 housebreakings in
south western New Provi-
dence over the last two
weeks, while seven men,
including one juvenile, were
charged in connection with
eight burglaries in the south
eastern division and
arraigned in Magistrate’s
Court on Wednesday.

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Shootings

leave two

men dead

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

A MAN who was shot in the
face and neck outside his home
and a 19-year-old who died
after-a double'shooting have
become the eleventh and twelth
homicide victims of the year.

David Noreeyan Brown, 25,
was gunned down in front of
the home he shared with his
parents in the Hamilton Sub-
division, off Carmichael Road,
at around 11.40pm.on Wednes-
day.

A masked man wearing a
black hooded jacket, long dark
trousers and white tennis shoes
was seen running from the area
immediately after the shooting,
police say.

Officers investigating the

‘cold-blooded killing are appeal-

ing for information from the

public to help catch the killer.
Sergeant Chrislyn Skippings

said: “It is uncertain what tran-

SEE page 12

Prominent
businessman
is charged
with assault

A PROMINENT busi-

.nessman appeared in court

yesterday charged with
assault.

Alexander “Sandy” Schae-
fer, president of the Robin
Hood store, is alleged to have
slapped and _ punched
Jonathan Ash.

The incident is said to have
taken place at the store at
about 9pm on Monday,
December 21, 2009.

Schaefer, 54, of Wild
Tamarind Drive, Nassau,
pleaded not guilty to the
charge during his appearance
before Magistrate Ancella
Williams in Court 6, Parlia-
ment Street.

The accused, who is rep-
resented by attorney Wayne
Munroe, was ordered not to
interfere with the com-
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Third party candidates stay



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By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

ONLY two of the five
political parties participat-
ed in the certification
process for the Elizabeth by-
election results.

Representatives of the
Free National Movement
and the Progressive Liberal
Party were locked away for
days, scrutinising votes dur-
ing the recount.

_ Although they were enti-
tled to be present, none of
the third party candidates
participated in the recount
process.

“Any party that partici-
pates in an election as we
understand is entitled to be
present. There was never
any suggestion by any entity
to the effect that we were
not invited or welcomed,”
said Dr Andre Rollins, the
former candidate for the
National Development Par-
ty, who was in Grand
Bahama yesterday attend-
* ing to his medical patients.

Rodney Moncur of the
Workers’ Party, who
secured 16 votes on election
day, was on a mail boat toa

Family Island for political _

business, while Cassius Stu-
art of the Bahamas Democ-
ratic Movement, who led the
third party candidates with
76 votes, was back at work
in his consulting business.

Mr Stuart had reportedly
authorised the PLP to use
his party’s allotted spots in
the recount room.

Man arrested

after firearm, .

ammunition and
drugs found

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - A 36-
year-old male resident of
Freeport was arrested after
police discovered a ‘Ns
firearm, ammunition, and —
illegal drugs at a residence
on Beach Way Drive.

Police went to Beach
Way Drive to execute a
search warrant when they
observed a man get into a
white vehicle. The man
sped off and police gav
chase. :

-The driver stopped and
was taken to his residence
‘where police executed a
search warrant on his
apartment.

While searching the
apartment, police allegedly
found a silver .40 pistol
with 11 rounds of .40
ammunition.

Police also found 20
rounds of ammunition in a
white sock, and two clear’
plastic bags of marijuana
hidden in the man’s under-
wear.

The man was arrested
and taken into custody.
The suspect is expected to

‘be arraigned in the Magis-
trate’s Court on Friday.

FIREARM &
AMMUNITION FOUND ,

Officers of the Drug
Enforcement Unit discov-
ered a’firearm in the Eight
Mile Rock area on
Wednesday.

Acting on information,
police went through an
unpaved road in the Jones

- Town area where they fol-
lowed a footpath some
200ft into the bushes.

The officers search a pile
of rubbish and discovered
a .22 silver and black rifle,
along with one magazine
that contained six live
rounds of .22 ammunition.

No arrest was made.





Mr Moncur said he had
advised the FNM and the
PLP that either of them
could use the spots allotted
to the Workers’ Party.

A mandatory recount
started Wednesday after the
first count produced a result
too close to call. The one-
vote margin win by FNM
candidate_Dr Duane Sands
could not be certified until a
recount was conducted.

“We have no one involved
in the recount. It didn’t real-
ly make a difference to us. If
we have someone out there
we aren’t going to win. So
we don’t necessarily think
we need to waste any
resources with that. The
process will play itself out,”
said the BDM’s former can-
didate Mr Stuart.

With a team consisting
mostly of volunteers, Mr

Stuart said it was difficult

for his party to allocate the
human resources towards
the recount. ©

“I have a business to run
as well. For every minute we

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are not here we are losing
money, so we have to look
at it in a practical sense. All
of us have expended large
amounts of resources. The
FNM has been using tax
payer money, the PLP may
have unlimited resources, to

try to put us in a box >

because’ we don’t have the
human resources right now
is unfair,” he said.

’ Had the third party can-
didates been present at the
recount, there would have
been an opposition voice to
the FNM and PLP able to
give insights on how many
minutes were spent looking
at one ballot, what criticism
the parties were levying,
what arguments they were
having, and how trivial the
arguments were, Dr Rollins
of the NDP said.

But as it concerns votes
cast for the NDP, Dr Rollins
said he and his party were
satisfied with the election
process.

“We had a representative
in each and every one of the

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day. We were satisfied they
did a magnificent job on
behalf of the party to ensure
the votes cast for NDP were
accepted and those votes
cast for the others were in
fact their rightful votes,”
said Dr Rollins. 2
He indicated the party
made its decision based on
the reports of NDP repre-
sentatives following the ini-
tial count that the party was
- in no way deprived of votes
cast.
However, he said he
believes the media should
‘be allowed to play a greater
role in providing scrutiny
and oversight to the certifi-
cation process. Dr Rollins
said the media should be
given the same rights as can-
didates to participate to
oversee the recount.
“We do-too much behind
closed doors, in dark rooms



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second-hand information. If
(the media) cannot be in
that room then no party
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WHETHER IT was by telephone or a
chance meeting in passing yesterday, upset
Bahamians bombarded us with the ques-
tion:

“Why didn’t Brent Symonette let the
police arrest the PLP fanatic who slapped
him, and why doesn’t he now press charges?”

As musical chairs were played out
Wednesday in the recount room at Thelma
Gibson Primary School in the Elizabeth by-
election — with the one point lead of Dr
Duane Sands (FNM) drifting up and down
like shifting sands over the PLP’s Ryan Pin-
der — tempers grew thin among their agi-
tated supporters on the outside.

Verbal ping-pong between FNM and PLP
supporters grew fiercer.as police tried to
keep the protagonists separated by moving
them out of the schoolyard and setting up
barricades between them.

As the bitter shouting grew louder,
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette,
walking down the dividing aisle, saw PLP
activist Laura Williams at the front of the
PLP crowd. Arms flailing, and fingers point-
ing she was lustily shouting defamatory
remarks. As he passed, Mr Symonette put a
hand on her shoulder.and asked her ta calm
down. As he turned away, she slammed him
across his shoulder and upper arm.

~ “Those who didn’t see it, heard it. She
slammed him,” said a surprised eyewitness.

The crowd watched in shock as Mr
Symonette quietly walked away and asked
the police to do the same.

'. Yesterday annoyed citizens, who believe
respect not only for Mr Symonette but the
position he holds.in the,country was
demeaned, wanted to know why the woman
was not marched off by the police. And why
did Mr Symonette take the incident so calm-
ly.
































to back off. The situation at that moment in
Eizabeth was so volatile that an arrest could
have caused a stampede. The situation could
have become almost impossible for the
police, and innocent people could have been
injured.

At that moment of crisis, Mr Symonette
not only showed great restraint, but great
wisdom. He moved on. .

Asked by our reporter yesterday why he
backed off, Mr Symonette said that consid-
ering the emotionally charged context in
which the incident occurred, he decided to
take the higher road.

At no time, he said, did he feel in danger
as-about 30 police officers were there.

However, he said, considering the heated
nature of the situation — in which abuse
and racial slurs were directed at him — he
decided that instructing the police to take
action would have had a destabilsing effect.
Mr Symonette said some in the crowd were
accusing him of being above the law, there-
























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Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

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

SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, Ki, ORE, KM K.CS.G;
(Hon.) LL.D. D.Litt .

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-1991

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The slap that is being questioned

fore, he did not want to give the police any
instructions and risk being accused of abus-
ing his position.

It would seem that the PLP have a second
Millie Moncur in the making. Those who
remember the Pindling era will femember
slow-witted, loud-mouthed Millie, the prize
graduate of the PLP’s D- -grade University of
Wulff Road, who brazenly patnded herself at
every PLP function.

It was tragic how PLP jeddors with their
guffaws encouraged this poor woman to
make a spectacle of herself. Instead of help-

. ing her rise from her degrading position,

they used her for public sport to promote
their cause.

The slap that Mr Symonette’s attacker
delivered on Wednesday was not smart.

- Rather it was crude, rude and disrespectful

and under normal circumstances she would
have been arrested.

However, in her equally crude, rude and
disrespectful circle she is probably being
hailed today as a hero.

For example, there is a fringe media web
site that soon after the event was chortling
that “Brent Symonette was given a——red
slap at a local polling station today...”

Yes, very funny, let the yellow flags
unfurl! Another D-grade hero being sent to
the top of the class to the cheers of those
who should know better.

In sober moments there are some of these
same people who bemoan the fact that our
institutions are not respected and society is
disintegrating.

It would be interesting to know who they
think is to blame.

We recall — again during the Pindling era

’. when ‘the.rot set in — when it was thought

smart to call all our leading citizens by their
first name, thus breaking down the respect
that the populace once had for them.

But it was a different story when the PLP
started to walk through the halls of parlia-
ment and the people did not treat them with
the respect they thought their due. Many of
them could not understand what had gone
wrong.

What they failed to réalize was that peo-
ple’s emotions are fragile — they cannot be
turned on and off like a faucet.

The people were taught how to disre-
spect the laws, their institutions and their
elders.

It gave them a sense of power and no one -

was going to stop them now.

It’s useless to ask why? Over the years
our people have hurtled from one disrespect
to another, until a bold little woman had
the temerity on Wednesday to slam the
Deputy Prime Minister on his shoulder and
get away with it, while her unthinking sup-
porters make her believe she is smart.

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By-election: Same

Government tax and
spend policy choices

EDITOR, The Tribune.

This past Tuesday night
(February 9), we witnessed
what was billed as the first
televised election debate in
The Bahamas. All things
considered, this debate was
probably a small milestone
in the political history of
The Bahamas.

Leaving the pageantry
and historical value of the
night aside, The Nassau
Institute has two:comments
on the policy choices put
forward by the different can-
didates. The term “cl. vic-
es” here is used very loosely,
as the four candidates were
all promoting varying
degrees of the same. .

The “choices” being
offered by the candidates all
required two underlying and
fundamental policy recom-
mendations: “Government
Taxation & Spending” and
“Cradle to The Grave Poli-
tics”.



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“Government Taxation
& Spending”: The Bahami-
an Government cannot
spend or give to a Bahamian
that which it first does not
take by force from another
Bahamian (evér heard the
expression “Robbing Peter
to Pay Paul”?). Also, the

‘Government can never “cre-

ate” jobs by Government
spending and taxation. None
of the candidates discussed
the. jobs that are destroyed
by Government taxation,
because Bahamians citizens
and companies then have
less of their own money to
spend and invest to create
jobs of their own. To state
the obvious, you spend your
own money far more wisely
than tax money spent by
government bureaucrats.

“Cradle to The Grave
Politics”: Bahamians need
to move beyond looking to
be taken care of by others.
Instead, look to yourself,
your family and friends,
your. extended community
and (if necessary) private
and voluntary philanthropy
for your own well being.
Stop asking your MP or
Government to forcefully
take money from your fel-
low Bahamians and to have
that money spent on you.

As encouraging as it was
to see new political parties
on the debate stage, we need
anew “small government
and low taxation” mindset,
not more recommendations
and creative ways to tax
Bahamians further.

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The exposing light of culture

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Generations of pain are carved into the lime-
stone shoulders of Fox Hill Road, where count-
less souls trudged from to build a nation designed
to stifle their most basic human desires; to dream
of equality in the early 1900’s was merely a
mirage for many under the unbreakable spell of
political disenfranchisement, social exclusion and
economic servitude.

It is against this backdrop of plural dimen-
sions of prejudice that a proud people — of
African, European and Creole ‘descent — came
to a subtle acceptance of discrimination, even
when divisive antagonists began to matk territo-
ries in blood.

However, in the Bahamas, amidst this sentél
scourge beneath the fading shadow of emanci-
pation grew a nefarious truth: a sexual mixing of
the races was much more prevalent than thought
with the “master and slave-mistress” ratio far
outweighing the balance of sweetheart contra-

‘ diction measured in pulpits today; then beyond all

imagination was the insidious practice of “intro-
verted racism”, hence the roots of hypocrisy inex-
orably entangled the foundation of this fledg-
ling nation.

Fortunately for us, culture with its multi-
faceted appeal began to heal social wounds
untreated by time; it must be through grace that
a people who precariously lived on the edge of
“apartheid” evolved to a stimulating treasure of
living art. However, have we ever confronted

the wretched offspring of those venomous days? .

This ninth letter seeks to.implement a new
era of thinking in this Bahamas, who for too long
have ambiguously consulted pseudonymous

- scribes and dubious historians for insight, they

quite evidently being out-of-touch with today’s
reality.
We must never forget the utterly sad day when

‘a group began to believe its own scurrilous pro-

paganda; when the tender breast of democracy
was split open to shame by “the night of long
knives” when a people’s future became a pawn in
a power-hungry battle be.ween fame and {for-
tune raging in the bosoms of men willing to deny
the sons and daughters of freedom their
birthright; when a maximum leader choked the
aspirations of his grass-root ministers, thus silenc-

the media.

ing the voice of tomorrow yesterday.

Are we conspicuously caught in the “loop of
time” or stagnated on “time’s faultline”; to
whichever theory of the paradox we acquaint
ourselves — be it Sir Thomas Browne’s assertion
in his work “Religio Medici” (1/59) or St
Augustine’s conclusion in his “Confessions”
(xi.20) we must.deal with now.

We are living in unprecedented times and must
strike at the heart of crime with a fist of con-
crete and steel, not hyperbolic rhetoric and
ambivalent proclamations.

Instead we continue to see “recycled decep-
tion” from the UBP to PLP to the FNM; we also
see egg-shell fragile policies and thimble-cup
shallow perceptions toward urban renewal while
crafty influence-peddlers are lionised and suInE
single-mothers almost demonised.

I challenge you to recognise the epic disparity
of concern plaguing our national institutions; a
healthcare system that has negligence down to a
science, a ministry of education shrouded in scan-
dal and a judiciary in such shambles that even our
brightest legal minds are left ih a dizzying state of
confusion.

Is it then imponderable to not understand
our beloved country has once been clichéd as ‘
nation for sale.”

Are we ill-fated as a people to never stand for
truth; to never enjoy liberty of the heart; is our
moral landscape so blatantly razed that we still
feed on the broken dreams of one man, upon
whom some dare to bestow (posthumously) the
incorruptible title and office of “saviour”.

Sadly, there is a famine of vision in this land as
can be seen by the dire incompetence of teachers
to strive for specialist training; by the vast major-
ity of high school graduates induced to embrace
illiteracy or that seen televised on the parlia-
mentary channel.

Thankfully, we know culture to be the axis on
which all life turns.....and with our pens the past
will speak and upon these pages dreams of the
future will take shape and living form. God bless
and thank you.

GREGORY NEELY
Nassau,
February 10, 2010.

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Blaze off Tonique Williams Darling Highway will take ‘a while’ to go out

Dump fire a ‘health hazard’

RIGA

murder trials
rea

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - The Supreme
Court has set-court dates for
several murder trials this year.
The matters are before newly
appointed resident judge Jus-
tice Hartman Longley.

The murder trial for Darren
Pratt is set for October 18-29.

Pratt is accused of the mur-
der of Serado Pinder at Coral
Gardens in October 2001. He is
represented by Murrio Ducille.

Justice Longley granted bail
continuation for Pratt. In addi-
tion to the $10,000 bail, Pratt
is required to report to the Cen-
tral Police Station before 6pm
every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday.

* Dennis Louis, Raymond
Darling and Herman Francis
are expected to stand trial on
April 12 for the murder of Tyna
Pinder, who was shot at Cool
Breeze Apartments in Novem-
ber 2005.

Darling is represented by
Brian Hanna, Louis is repre-
sented by Carlson Shurland,
and Francis is represented by
Mario Gray.

The double murder trial of
Dwar Culmer and George
Williams is set for June.

The men are accused of the
murders of Andy Weekes and
Terrell Mingo, who were shot
dead on April 23, 2008, in the
Adventurer’s Way area.

Culmer was granted bail.
Williams was remanded in cus-
tody until trial.

The trial of Rodner Toth:
ee is set for July 26 to August 6.
The matter was sent to the

Supreme Court by Voluntary

of Bill Indictment.

Timothee is accused of the
January 2008 murder of 19-
year-old Felix Mitchell of Eight
Mile Rock.

Prosecutor Erica Kemp told
Justice Longley that lawyer
Jerome Roberts was assigned
to represent Timothee in Nas-
sau, but withdrew from the
matter. Attorney Brian Hanna
told the court that he is pre-
pared to assist Timothee.

Murder accused Zeno Higgs
is expected to stand trial on July
12 ‘for murder and attempted

“murder.

Higgs is accused of the mur-
der of Troy Beneby, 36, and the
attempted murder of Claudia
Williams, 28, of Freeport.

Higgs told Justice Longley
that he has been in custody
since 2006.

’ “T have been in custody now
for 47 months and I have a bul-
let lodged in my pelvis and I
do not, have control of my blad-
der at times,” he said.,

Higgs also told Justice Long-
ley that he was granted $35,000

* bail in January 2009. He said it
was later reduced to $22,000 by
Justice Jon Isaacs in November
2009. Prosecutor Kemp said she
was not aware that bail was
granted or that it was reduced.

Justice Longley told Higgs
that the court would need to
first verify his bail.



Man i in court
on drug charge

e A 29-year-old South .
Beach man charged with pos-
session of marijuana with the
intent to supply was arraigned
in the Magistrate’s Court yes-

_ terday. It is alleged that
Davon Lockhart on Wednes-
day February 17 was found in
possession of six ounces of
marijuana. Lockhart, who was
arraigned.before Magistrate
Carolita Bethell in Court 8,
Bank Lane, yesterday, plead-
ed not guilty to the charge.

He was granted bail in the
sum of $7,500. The case has
been adjourned to September

Teenager tlenies |
possessing cocaine

e A 19-year-old Cowpen
Road man was granted $7,500
bail on Wednesday after
pleading not guilty toa

. cocaine possession charge.

Godfrey Stubbs of Cowpen
Road appeared before Magis-
.trate Carolita Bethell in Court
8, Bank Lane, on Wednesday,
charged with possession of
cocaine with the intent to sup-
ply to another.

It is alleged that on Mon-
day, February 15, Stubbs was
found in possession of a quan-
tity of cocaine which authori-
ties believed he intended to
supply to another. The case
was adjourned to September’
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BY ALESHA HART





THE fire currently burning at the city
dump off Tonique Williams Darling High-
way has been deemed a “health hazard”
and firefighters say it will take “a while”

- before it is fully extinguished.

Jeffery Deleveaux, director of Fire Ser-
vices, told The Tribune yesterday that there
is no quick solution to putting the blaze
out, and that they are only making slow

progress in battling it.

“It is a health hazard not only to the
public, but to the fire officers as well. We
are working to reduce the amount of

smoke,” he said.

Fire officials working along with the
Department of Environmental Health first
responded to the fire just after 7.30pm last
Friday. According to the Department of
Environmental Health, director Melanie .
McKenzie has been on- site for the past
‘morning, noon and night”,

few days; ‘
what she can to assist.

Wind blew smoke from the fire as far as
the eastern part of the island and residents
all over have complained of breathing in
“toxic smelling” fumes. People living in the

doing

vicinity of the city dump are advised to
keep their windows closed and if possible to
wear masks when going out.

A resident of Yamacraw Beach, Mark
Knowles, said there are cars and house
walls covered in ash and smoke in his area.

“T saw it burning on Saturday, and as of
today it is still travelling in the air. We can

FIREFIGHTERS battle the city dump fire.



still smell it and it is terrible,” he said. Mr
‘Knowles said he understands there is a by-
election going on, but it’s time for the
authorities to properly deal with the issues
at hand. “My little boy has asthma, and
there are a lot of people getting sick. The
children and the elderly are suffering, it’s
pathetic,” he said.

Tourism Police, Downtown Nassau Partnership
issue zero tolerance warning to troublemakers

OFFICERS attached to the
Tourism Police units and mem-
bers of the downtown business
community have declared that
they are a taking zero tolerance
stance when it comes to trou-
blemakers and criminals in
tourist areas.

Top-ranking officers from
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force met with representatives
of downtown businesses recent-
ly, introducing new leadership
in the Central and Tourism
Police units and pledging full
support to ensure security for
visitors and peace of mind for
owners, operators and staff.

“We are here to send a mes-
sage: If you’re here to commit a
crime or cause trouble on Bay
Street, you won’t get away with
it,” said Supt Ellsworth Moss,

officer-in-charge of the Central _

Division.

“We have some serious chal-
lenges, but the Commissioner
(Ellison Greenslade) has made
it clear that the Tourism Police

’ Unit will crack down on crime.

We will work with you to create
an environment where our vis-
itors and local persons feel safe
and they are not threatened.”
It was the second time in as
many weeks that the Down-
town Nassau Partnership — the
public-private sector ogranisa-
tion charged with the revitali-
sation of downtown Nassau —
met with police following the
appointment of Mr Greenslade
as Commissioner of Police last
month. Retailers, hoteliers and
restaurateurs talked of lighting,
signage, hassling, and the need
for closed circuit television.
They shared con@erns rang-



nership discuss issues of concern.

ing from swearing sud rude
behaviour to breaking windows
in parked cars to steal goods,
particularly after dark and ¢ on
side streets.

Motorbikes

The manager of Nassau Palm
Resort said some visitors
checked out, fleeing the deaf-
ening sounds of trail motor-
bikes racing in front of the
property on a recent Sunday.

Police revealed “challenges
dealing with two large clubs of
cyclists, including those who
prance their bikes,” admitting
they engaged in “joy rides that
drive tourism away.”

But, they said they had made
progress on other fronts, great-
ly reducing response time,

increasing arrests and issuing:

tickets.
“We ticketed 10 jitneys in the
last two weeks,” said Sgt Moss,

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MERILYN LUCILLE CLARKE

A man's worth is not measured by how he handles himself
when things are good but rather how he conducts himself
during hard times or grief. A man's wealth is not measured
by how much money he has but by how many friends he
has and how much family he keeps close.

| We the Clarke family count ourselves not only rich beyond
rich but we're blessed beyond measure by the countless
_ cards, visits, flowers, fruit baskets, phone calls and all
| sympathetic gestures ‘which were sincerely appreciated
| from relatives, friends, neighbors, co-workers, doctors &
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' Your expression of Christian love is a source of comfort and

strength to our entire family.

| We are much more rich than we thought because all of you
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_ you did during this trying time.

Thank you to everyone and may God continue to bless you
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MEMBERS of the Police Tourism Unit and the somnoWe Nassau Part:

including two to unlicensed dri-
vers. On another recent Sun-
day, Tourism Police nabbed a
suspect within minutés of a
$13,000 jewellery store robbery.

Marketing manager for the
John Bull Group of Companies
Inga Bowleg said the luxury

retailer had “definitely noticed
a difference.”

“We called Tourism Police
about an incident and they
were there in an instant. In
another case, they called us. We
couldn’t be more pleased and

want to offer congratulations’

to Sgt (Dwight) Smith and the
entire team.”

SICK prisoner passes

While incarcerated

SHAWN Elvis Cooper, an
inmate at Her Majesty’s
Prison, died yesterday of nat-
ural.causes.

The Ministry of National
Security issued a statement to
inform the public of his pass-
ing. Mr Cooper suffered from
three chronic illnesses.

Although his cause of death
is considered to be natural,
an autopsy will be performed
to determine the exact cause.



deep driver passenger
plunge into the sea

SAN Salvador winter resi-
dents were plunged into the
sea when their Jeep collided
with a truck and was thrown
over the seawall on Wednes-
day. The driver of a green
Jeep Wrangler lost control of
the car when it collided with a
2002 red Toyota Tundra, reg-
istration number 734757,
travelling in the same direc-
tion on the San Salvador
Queen’s Highway just before
6.30pm.

Both the driver and passen-
ger of the Jeep were flung
into the sea, and although the
driver escaped with minor
injuries, the passenger was
seriously injured and trans-
ported to New Providence for
medical assistance.

Police are investigating.

Diocesan Lenten Mission

starting this Sunday

UNDER the theme “Living
My Anglican Faith: Exercising
Proper Christian Stewardship”,
Anglicans from throughout
New Providence will gather for
the annual Diocesan Lenten
Mission, starting this Sunday
and continuing until Tuesday,
nightly at 7pm at St John’s Col-
legeAuditorium, Bishop
Michael Way, off Bethel
Avenue in Stapledon Gardens.

The Missioner will be Rev-
erend Laish Boyd, Sr, Bishop of
the Diocese of the Bahamas
and the Turks and Caicos
Islands, and the sermons will
address the following topics:

¢ Our faith: The essentials of
Anglicanism

e Our belief about baptism
and confirmation:

e Our belief about the Holy
Eucharist

The mission promises to bea
spirit-filled celebration of teach-
ing and living the Anglican
faith, and Anglicans and the
general public are encouraged
to attend, the church said.

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Elizabeth by-election has
revealed voter discontent

By ADRIAN GIBSON
ajbahama@hotmail.com

With no easily certifiable
winner and throngs of voters
who shunned the polls, the Eliz-
abeth by-election has revealed
voter discontent and, at this
juncture, shown-up both the
FNM and the PLP as poor
political salesmen.

The Elizabeth by-election,
featuring a virtual tie, ensuing
recounts, hordes of lawyers and
the possibility of an election
court challenge, appears to
have been the most contentious
by-election campaign in recent
history and has caused a politi-
cal circus in that constituency.

The by-election was a nail-
biter, initially yielding a razor-
thin margin of victory for the
FNM’s candidate and a thor-
oughly inconclusive outcome.

The people of Elizabeth
have not spoken definitively in
terms of the election of a par-
ticular candidate (although in

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other ways) and the real win-
ners of the race seem to have
been the third party candi-
dates—the spoilers—whose 141
combined votes siphoned off
much needed votes to leave
both of the mainstream parties
short of triumph and in a sta-
tistical dead-heat.

As I wrote this column at
3.30 yesterday morning, the last
report from sources at the, polls,
as well as a check of The Tri-
bune’s online, real-time
updates, affirmed that FNM
candidate Dr Duane Sands and
PLP candidate Ryan Pinder,
after respectively garnering
1501 and 1500 votes, were tied.

The Elizabeth seat is truly
proving to be a political water-

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’ Frankly, the fat lady had
electoral laryngitis on Tuesday
night and, with an uncertain
outcome, could not sing.

Contrary to the views of par-.

ty loyalists on both sides of the
political divide, no torch (FNM
symbol) was extinguished and
there weren’t any crabs (PLP
symbol) being chased into the
nearest hole.

Being an astute political
luminary, undoubtedly Prime
Minister, Hubert Ingraham—
win or lose—would realistically
see the indefinite. outcome of
Tuesday’s by-election as the
electorate’s evaluation of the
FNM government thus far, a
poll that has not yielded over-
whelmingly positive returns.

While the hotly-contested -

race was not a ringing endorse-
ment of the FNM, the PLP also
could not capitalize on the dire

economic times nor benefit in.

its capacity as a viable, major
alternative. :

The fact that approximately
1,800 registered voters spurned

an opportunity to cast votes for.

any candidate is a clear indica-

_tion that voters are possibly dis-

satisfied with both of the major
parties and, contrary to Junior
Social Services Minister Loret-
ta Butler-Turner’s fanciful on-
air suggestion during ZNS’s
post-election broadcast, most
of those non-participating elec-

tors, believe, are eligible vot-.

ers.
Indeed, in a nation where
citizens bask in their participa-
tion in the electoral-process, the
low voter turnout (65 per cent)
must be scrutinised so as to
determine their rationale.
After all of the rallies and
drunken carousing, where were
the thousands of partiers? Or
was it possibly, as I always sus-

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pected! that the vast majority
of persons at the rallies were
party-goers seeliag a good
time, party loyalists and per-
sons who weren’t even resi-
dents of Elizabeth?

At. the time of this writing

the final outcome of the by- -
* election remained unknown,

therefore I will discuss the third

parties and return to the post.
- by-election faceoff between the

FNM andthe PLP in a later
column. °

Admittedly, Bahamian vot-
ers appear to be still spellbound

-by the mainstream political par-

ties; somewhat hooked on red
and gold.

_ Although their involvement
may have thrown the by-elec-
tion into a tailspin, Workers
Party candidate Rodney Mon-
cur, BDM leader Cassius Stuart
and NDP leader.Dr Andre
Rollins all lost their $400
deposits and, in terms of their
own proclamation of victory at
Tuesday’s polls, were political
non-events. ‘

Cassius Stuart and crew
have a bit more'time to sail the

‘ss BDM before the populace

can truly—if they ever decide

to—invest their-trust in a third-

party.’ political ‘captain.

Although: he received encour-

aging electoral returns,:Mr Stu-
art is quickly being seen as a
perennial loser and political
opportunist.

In the Elizabeth by-election,

Mr Stuart received 76 votes,
just four more votes than 2007 :

BDM candidate Bernard Rolle
who it appears would have
probably garnered more votes

-in, the district, where he also

currently: resides. Thus far, the
‘BDM leader has. run in three

- constituencies—St. Margaret -
“(2002), Garden Hills (2007) and

Elizabeth (2010)—which has
led to the conclusion that Mr
Stuart has a penchant for run-
ning in elections, seemingly
more so than purposefully
working an area and nurturing
a seat. The fact that he was
attired in an Easter-egg suit at
the “great debate” was an ill-

rt

advised boo-boo. Although Mr
Stuart appears to be quite intel-
ligent and no doubt possesses
leadership potential, he is being
seen more and more as merely
a political menace—simply a
political nretender.

It does appear that cam-
paign manager Dr Dexter
Johnson’s recent union with the
BDM has reinvigorated this
seemingly muted party after a
period of near dormancy.

With the added exposure of
the by-election, the BDM has
re-emerged on the political
landscape. However, I would
not be surprised if Mr Stuart
was entertaining the prospect
of joining one of the major par-
ties.

Now that the National
Development Party has entered
the political fray with its par-
ticipation in the Elizabeth by-
election, the party that contin-
ues to assert that it has no
leader will perpetually be asso-
ciated with newcomer and de
facto leader Dr Andre Rollins,
who has emerged as the face of
the organisation.

Dr Rollins, whose ideas
were impressive, claims to rep-
resent the new Bahamian. The
NDP’s internal democratic
processes (e.g. a primary to
select its candidate), ideas
about national development
and proposal of political term
limits are noteworthy. I can

appreciate Dr Rollins’ passion-

ate disposition as he espouses
his view of a new political ‘cli-
mate—one of accountability
and sincere representation.

That said, Dr Rollins should
refrain from trivialising the
political process with quarters
and continue to propose solu-
tions and ideas to address the
country’s ills.

Dr Rollins’ behaviour on
nomination day, as shown on
Cable 12’s Newsbreak, was
most unprofessional and inap-
propriate. Frankly, I thought
the dentist’s conduct led to a

clash with PLPs, including PLP.

candidate Ryan Pinder, and he
was too busy with diversions

and Hennes in a stagecraft
that featured 1,600 quarters in a
bag.

The new and intelligent elec-
torate that, Dr Rollins’ has
appealed to are anxious, I’m
told, to know his plans for cre-
ating a better future for all
Bahamians. Will the NDP sim-

‘ply be a pressure group, mere-

ly an instrument of compromise
or will they evolve into an
instrument of political fulfil-

ment for the voting populace?

As an initial offering to the
electorate, the NDP chose a
bright and charismatic candi-
date who appears to have much
to offer. :

The inimitable, sometimes
hilarious and dedicated death
penalty campaigner Rodney

Moncur has unquestionably

raised his profile as a political
activist in the wake of the by-
election.

Mr Moncur is a faveHiek
and one of the most genuine
Bahamians I know, constantly
demonstrating his zeal to pro-
tect and speak on behalf of the
downtrodden.

The Workers Party leader
appears to be a man whose
heart is in the right place and I

‘have come to respect him for

the positive, old-school-
Bahamian characteristics that
he exhibits, which unfortunate-
ly have seemingly lost its preva-
lence in Bahamian society and
our political culture.

At 53-years-old, Mr Moncur
is multilingual, continues to be
unafraid and well-researched
and rendered an unforgettable
performance at the “great
debate” that at times was edi-
fying and thoroughly amusing.

As I anxiously await the offi-
cial by-election returns, I won-
der if the Bahamian electorate
will ever give a third-party a
chance, and possibly prompt a
coalition government.

All-in-all, it appears that the
fringe parties don’t ever entire-
ly lose as the-political stage pre-
sented by this by-election has

"yet again raised their national

profiles.

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NT concerned

over alleged large
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THE Bahamas National
Trust said it has been inun-

dated with calls from its |

members and other con-
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The BNT is now urging
government to re-consider

any permits issued to the.

vessel in question and to

move swiftly to enact poli- |

cy to outlaw this unsus-
tainable form of fishing,
’“and prevent what would
undoubtedly be the begin-
ning of the end of our

lucrative sportsfishing

industry.”
_ “Jt would appear that the
’ fishing vessel currently in

Freeport plans to target:

yellowfin tuna. Yellowfin
tuna in the Atlantic Ocean
are managed by the Inter-
national Commission for
the Conservation of
Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT).
“Stock assessments to
date have determined that
yellowfin tuna are fully

exploited in the Atlantic.

with harvest levels near
maximum sustainable
yield. Concerns are grow-
ing over increasing catches
of Yellowfin tuna, espe-
cially by longline fleets that
are making unregulated
harvests in the Atlantic
outside the authority of
ICCAT,” the BNT said.

"Some fisheries experts,
the BNT said, bélieve that
with the Atlantic harvest
‘of tuna near maximum sus-
tainable yields that the

Govt urged to reconsider

permits issued to vessel



the
the

warm. waters of
Bahamas and

Caribbean may be the last’

stronghold of this impor-
tant fishery species.
“Some scientists also
believe that the southern
end of the tongue of the
ocean may be the breeding
site for some Atlantic tuna
stocks and should be con-
sidered as a marine no-take

- reserve.”

The BNT said it.is fur-
ther concerned over the
purse seine net method

- which is reportedly being

planned for use: by the
Freeport vessel.

“Purse seining establish-
es a large wall of netting to
encircle schools of fish.
Fishermen pull the bottom
of the netting closed, like a
drawstring purse, to herd
fish into the centre: This
method is used to catch
schooling fish, such as tuna,

or species that gather to

spawn, such as squid.

There are several types of .

purse seines and, depend-

‘ing on which is used, some

can catch other animals,
such as dolphin, who often.
travel in the tuna schools,”
the BNT explained.

“This method indiscrim-
inately catches not only
adult tuna but also imma-

ture tuna, thus dealing the .

fishery the additional blow

of juvenile mortality.”
The Yellowfin tuna, the
BNT said, are a popular
sports fish in many parts of
their range and are prized
for their’ speed and
strength when fought on
rod and reel.
“Sportsfishing makes an
important contribution to
the Bahamian economy.
Sportsfishing also con-

tributes to development:on

islands other than New
Providence and is also an
avenue through which for-
eign exchange enters the
country. Overfishing this
highly sought after game-
fish that is a critical factor
in our billion dollar
tourism and second home
owner economy would
appear to be short sight-
ed,” the BNT said.

“Further, this destructive
method of fishing can also
target other important
sports fish species such as
marlin, dolphin (mahi
mahi) and others, resulting
in a devastating impact on
our important sportsfish-
ing industry. The Bahamas
has resisted. attempts by
the Taiwanese, Japanese
and Koreans to set-up
industrial fisheries opera-
tions on the premise that
there was just not enough
volume to allow it,” the
BNT said.

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dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - The newly
appointed officer in charge of
the Eight Mile Rock Division

Supt Christopher Pickstock

held a walkabout with his offi-
cers.in the Pinedale communi-
tyon Wednesday.

Supt Pickstock is one of the
seven officers who were trans-
ferred from New Providence
to head various divisions here
on Grand Bahama.

He said that he is aware of
the large immigrant population
in the Eight Mile Rock com-
munity.

“TI feel it was important to
meet the people of the EMR
community and to let them
know who I am, and that we

- intend to form a partnership
‘with them to bring crime down
in the entire community.

“We want to establish a good
rapport with everyone here,”
said the 30-year veteran police
officer.

Mr Pickstock oversées some
40 officers in the Eight Mile
Rock District. He/said that
housebreaking and common
assaults are mostly committed
in the area. .

Senior Assistant Commis-
sioner Quinn McCartney said
that six superintendents and
two assistant superintendents
were transferred from New

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The officers are:Supt Lundy,.

who has responsibility for
Operation and Support Ser-
vices; Supt Daniels, officer in
charge of Central Division;
Supt Christopher Pickstock,
officer in charge of Eight Mile
Rock Division; Supt Sean
Smith, a trained lawyer, with
responsibility for the Police Tri-

bunal to deal with disciplinary

matters; Supt Edgar Bain is sec-
ond in charge of the Central
Division; Asst Supt Kimberley
Taylor, officer in charge of
DEU, Asst Supt Taylor, sec-
ond in charge at. West End
Division to assist Supt Wendell

Deveaux from Grand Bahama. .

“All are in place now and we
want to ensure that every diw-

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sion is fully staffed with super-
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tendents and a number of

es

inspectors who will make a sig-

nificant difference in crime
fighting,” he said. .

“Mr McCartney said that in
order to deter crime police vis-
ibility is extremely important.

He noted that there is need
for more manpower in Grand
Bahama, which is a very large
district topolice. =

“We want to make our pres-

_ ence felt on the island and we

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LONG Islanders showed off °
their agricultural competence
last weekend during the second
in a series of Family Island agri-
business expos sponsored by
the Ministry of Agriculture and
Marine Resources.

The first was held in
Eleuthera’s Bay Front Park,
Governor’s Harbour, earlier
this month. The next will be in
Exuma beginning Friday. These
expos are a partnership:
between the government and
stakeholders — producers, buy-
ers and educators. *

“It demonstrates the seri-
ousness of the people of Long
Island in joining my ministry in
promoting, encouraging and
stimulating the agri-business

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shows off
gri-business

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sector toward enhancing food
supply and security within the
Bahamas,” said Agriculture
Minister Marine Resources
Larry Cartwright.

He is the Member of Parlia-
ment for Long Island and the
Ragged Islands.

Under the central theme,

“Progressing Toward Food °

Security”, the agricultural and
fisheries sectors of Long Island
for three days showed off their
products in the categories of
ornamental, vegetable, root
crops, fruits, poultry, marine
resources, and livestock.

A National Expo used to be
held each year at the Gladstone
Road Agricultural Centre in
New Providence, But, based on



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THE BEAUTY of Long Island was on exhibit during the agri-business expo last Mee Cues



the interest, demand. and
request from the Family
Islands, the vision was expand-
ed and the focus refined, Mr
Cartwright explained.

VVision
“In realising the expanded
vision, we called upon farmers,
administrators, teachers, con-
sumers, buyers, sellers, fisher-

men and producers throughout
the Bahamas to plan and organ-

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ise island-based expos,” said Mr.

Cartwright.

They have the support of the

government and funds are allo-
cated in the ministry’s current
budget to supply seed money



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for the expos. ;

“Food security is a concern

throughout the world,” noted

_Mr Cartwright. “Many factors
are working against the ade-
quate production and supply of
food.

“It has been confirmed that
the production and supply of
food which we might have been
taking for granted, are no
longer as certain as they once
were.

“Financial and climatic
shocks have impacted food







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NATIVE LONG ISLAND chick-
ens were on exhibit.

the increased and high price of
food and the financial melt-

‘down characterise this experi-

ence. More frequent drought
and unpredictable storms have
also been part of the experi-
ence. ‘

* “We have therefore made a
determination to progress
toward food security by encour-
aging increased local produc-
tion in the areas of vegetable,

THE LEGENDARY Count Bernadino was on hand to entertain

patrons.

marine resources and live-
stock.” *

His ministry is also mandat-
ed to address issues that

adversely impact agricultural

and marine resources. In that
regard, Marine Protected Areas
have been created and seasons
for the harvesting of lobster,

. grouper and stone crab closed

to ensure their adequacy and
sustainability. A rapid assess-

fisheries sector is being under-
taken to respond to the needs
for increased food security, with
the assistance of the Food and
Agriculture Organisation, Mr
Cartwright said.

The Ministry’s Embryo
Transplant Programme which
produces top-notch herd should
further strengthen the mutton
market in Long Island. And
there are plans to construct an

THE WEAVING of silver top'palms

into attractive native gear was

showcased at the Long Island agri-business expo.

Nassau Airport

Development Company

security. The rising price of fuel,

Nassau Airport Development Company Limited (NAD) is seeking two Proponents

[| (individuals, consortiums or joint ventures that must include an experienced restaurant
operator) to finance, design, develop, operate and manage two separate food court
outlets of approximately 700sq, ft. and 602 sq, ft respectively in the new U.S. Departures
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Two additional food court outlets have been identified for the new terminal with |

concepts as follows:

1, Hamburgers/Chicken Burgers/Etc.
2, Other (Deli, Sandwiches/Soups, Baha

mian food, Chinese food, Japanese food,

Greek food, etc.) Note: a pizza outlet is already confirmed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

|. Proponents must be Bahamian and incorporated in The Bahamas.

ii. Proponents must have operated at least one simila

(3) years,

NAD’S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ARE TO:

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(a) achieve a high standard of excellence and customer service:

(b) offer a mix of concepts that will help to enhance th

world class airport:

e image of the Nassau Airport as a

(c) offer food & beverage choices to passengers at reasonable prices;
(d) offer a mix of local, regional and national and international brands;

(e) develop and design food facilities th

terminal: and

(f) optimize revenue to NAD.



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LOCALNEWS

Youngsters learn importance of

academics from the professionals. wier tirecio

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT —- A group of 700
young boys had the opportunity to
learn from professional men the
advantages of excelling in academics
and pursuing a career.

Sandra Edgecombe, District Super-.

intendent for Primary Schools, said the
boys, who came from throughout
Grand Bahama, took part in the Min-
istry of Education’s “Boys to Men”
seminar in Freeport.

Under the theme, “Building Char-
acter of Steel,’ the boys were able to
interact with professional men — edu-
cators, pastors, businessmen, and .oth-
ers — in the community who are exem-
plary role models.

This is the first time that such a sem-

Shootings leave
two men dead

FROM page one

spired prior to the shooting.
Police are investigating and
requesting the public assistance
with information.”

There was more blood shed
at a double shooting in central
Nassau just 20 minutes later.

Gunshots were fired in: the
area of Scott Street and West
Street just after midnight hit-
ting two young men.

A 21-year-old resident of
West Street told police he was
visiting his friend when they
were both shot.

The 19-year-old friend was
taken to hospital in a private
vehicle and died shortly before
3pm, while the 21-year-old was
taken to hospital by ambulance
and is in serious condition,
police say. A man is also in hos-
pital in serious condition after
he was stabbed around 12.15pm
yesterday on Podoleo Street
and Robirison Road.

Anyone with any informa-
tion should call police urgently
« on 911, 919, or call Crimestop-
pers anonymously on 328-TIPS

inar was hosted by the Ministry of Edu-
cation for fifth and sixth grades boys in
Grand Bahama.

Mrs Edgecombe said it is at this
stage that the boys are most vulnerable
to negative influences.

“This conference is very important in
the lives of our boys because for a long
time you have been hearing about
things happening, especially in the high
schools, she said.

“We thought that if we could give
them the tools they need to meet chal-
lenges and to keep them focused and
on the right track, then by the time
they get to high school they would
choose to concentrate on academics,
be respectful to adults and teachers,
and not cut classes or fight.”

Mrs Edgecombe said that character
building is important so that young
boys can become productive citizens

~

in the country. Role models were seat-
ed at each table with the boys, she said.

“We wanted them to look at real
men who get up in the morning and
get ready for work, who know how to
fix their ties and wear pants around

‘their waists, and who could be polite

and engage in sensible conservation.

“T want the public to be mindful that
if we are going to save the boys, save
the nation, then corporate citizens,
businesses and parents can’t look at
this and say, ‘that looks good’, they
have to put their money where their
mouths are and do the things that is
right for our children,”,Mrs Edge-
combe said. i

Pastor Duree Thomas, youth pastor
at Calvary Temple Assembly of God,
said that many young boys do not have
a father figure or good male role mod-
els at home to teach them what being a

of

real man is all about.

‘He also said that young boys should
speak out if they are being forced into
immoral activities or situations.

“T think a mentorship programme
such as this is good for our young boys
and should be an ongoing thing in the
school system,” he said.

Mr Thomas noted that many young
men allow labels of society to dictate
their lives and they resort to antisocial
activities.

“Tt is sad that we have so many
young men that are not living in pur-
pose and they have allowed their pur-
pose to be buried under hopelessness
and despair, but there is hope for them
to rise up from any grave society has
dug or placed them in,” he said.

Mr Thomas said more men need to
play an integral role in the lives of
young boys.































Teens ‘breaking

of adults’
FROM page one

Dean said: “Criminals will
look out for young persons
who are vulnerable and use
juveniles to do the physical
break-in and then collect the
items. They know their fin-
gerprints will not be found
at the scene. In some cases it
is well organised.”

The level of organisation
extends to buyers of stolen
goods who buy and sell
stolen televisions, comput-
ers, video game consoles,
dvd players and jewellery,
or even pre-order it from
burglars, allowing the
thieves to share the profits
among themselves.

Southwestern division
Crime Manager Sergeant
Anton Rahming said: “A:
number of persons will send
out the word on the street
that they are looking for a
particular item and then
they go and find them.”

Police are honing in on
those who order stolen
goods as well as buyers
reselling the goods in pawn
shops across New Provi-
dence as they can face the
same penalties as those con-
victed of housebreaking and
theft - up to five years in
prison.

Although young people
under 16 may face lesser
charges in youth court they
will be tried as adults in
Magistrates Court and face
the adult penalty of up to
five years jail time if charged
in connéction with an adult
as were the youths appre-
hended this week.

Police are confident inves-
tigations will lead to more
arrests asthey press on with
several lines of inquiry.

Many of the housebreak-
ings occur between 7.30am
and 3pm and children
believed to be at school may
be involved.

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school; they go into the com-
munity housebreaking and
then they return at 3.30pm as

if they had been at school.”

He urged parents to check
their children’s attendance at
school, and asked residents
to call police when they see
young men of school age in
the neighbourhood during:
the day. $

Police are also working
with schools to identify
absent students and monitor
their whereabouts.

Crime manager for the
southeastern division Detec-
tive Sergeant Mark Barrett
said: “We are continuing with
our ongoing initiative to tar-
get housebreaking suspects.

“We need to target these
delinquent youngsters who
are walking the streets, mis-
guided, with no sense of
direction.”

- ASP Deleveaux added: “If
you break the law or commit
housebreakings or crimes we
will search you out, arrest you
and we will put you before
the courts.” :

Stolen goods recovered by
police can be claimed by
owners at the South Beach
police station.

To report a crime or suspi-
cious behaviour call police on
911, 919, or call Crime Stop-
pers anonymously on 328-
TIPS (8477).

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ST JOHN’S point guard Derek Kelly goes up for two points in the opening game of the Hugh Campbell Clas-

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Giants slip

past Saints



By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdosett@tribunemedia.net

THE first slate of elimina-
tions at the 28th Annual
Hugh Campbell Basketball
Classic are in the books, with
several of the capital’s local
private schools the first to exit
the tournament.

¢ ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE
GIANTS — 49

¢e KINGSWAY ACADEMY
SAINTS — 47.

Dwight Moss and his late
game heroics allowed the
Giants to live on another
game and made the Saints the
first team sent packing in this
year’s tournament.

Moss nailed a game win-
ning jumper from just inside
the three point line on the left
wing with 0.3 seconds left to

play to put the Giants ahead _

for the first time since early in
the fourth quarter.

Moss finished with a game
high 21 points and made near-
ly every key play for the
Giants down the stretch as the
Saints threatened to pull away
late.

the third quarter, but a 6-0
run, capped by Moss’ break-
away slam dunk, tied the
game for the first time in the
half at 25.

His layup just plays later
gave the Giants their first lead
of the quarter and a runner
by Derek Kelly gave St.
John’s a 33-31 lead heading
into the fourth quarter.

The Saints tied the game
on the opening possession of
the fourth, beginning a nip
and tuck final six minutes
which featured three ties and
three lead changes.

St. John’s used a brief run
to build a six point lead, but
back to back three pointers
by Kyle Ferguson tied the
game at 39.

Mikhail Rolle, who finished
with a team high 16 points
and eight rebounds, took
charge for the Saints on the
offensive end of the floor and
scored the team’s final eight
points of the game.

A pair of tough finishes in
traffic gave the Saints a 43-39
lead, however, Moss would
respond with one of two at
the line and a turnaround
jumper in the post to bring
the Giants within one.

Rolle scored again to give
the Saints a 45-42 lead with
1:06 left to play and after

Anwar Neely made one of

Cleveland acquires Jamison in trade

BASKETBALL
CLEVELAND
Associated Press

THE CAVALIERS and
their newest star have some-
thingincommon. ,

Neither has ever won a
championship.

Together, they hope to fix
that in June.

"There's only one thing left
for me to achieve," Antawn
Jamison said Thursday. "It's
the one thing that keeps me
going. It's the one thing that
drives me night in and night
out. I said to myself, 'It's
going to happen before I

retire.' J don't have another ©

five or 10 years left in this
body. I'm just blessed to be
put in this situation."

_ The best team in the league
filled its last glaring hole when
Cavs GM, Danny Ferry
acquired Jamison on Wednes-
day in a three-team trade with
Washington and the Los



Angeles Clippers. Now the

- Cavaliers can trot out a front-

court of Jamison, Shaquille
O'Nealand LeBron James, a
trio with a combined 23 All-
Star appearances.

This was Cleveland's final

statement to James before his
pending free agency this sum-
mer that the team is dedicated
to winning its first champi-
onship.. ‘

It came ata hefty price for
a team already well over the
salary. cap. The Cavaliers were
forced to trade away
Zydrunas Ilgauskas, while
Cavs owner Dan Gilbert swal-
lowed the remaining $28 mil-
lion owed to Jamison over the
next two years.

Trading Ilgauskas was the
mosi difficult part for Ferry,
since the two were Cavaliers
teammates at one time.
Ilgauskas has spent his entire
12-year career with the Cava-
liers and is the career leader
in games played, blocks and
rebounds. He is second in

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scoring to James.

James has played more
games with Ilgauskas than
anyone else in his career.

"I'm OK with the trade,"
James said. "I'm not OK with
losing Z, but I'm OK with the
guy coming in. ... The best
thing he'll do for our team is
spread the floor. His shooting
ability is unbelievable. The
fact he can play multiple posi-
tions can really make us ver-
satile."

Ferry admitted he's been
trying to get Jamison in
Cleveland for the last couple
of years. Washington finally
relented when it began
rebuilding following the sea-
son-long suspension of
Gilbert Arenas.

The Cavaliers shipped
Ilgauskas to Washington,
along with a 2010 first-round
draft pick and the rights to
Emir Preldzic, who was select-
ed in the second round of last
year's draft. The Wizards also
received forward Al Thorn-



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Cleveland gets guard
Sebastian Telfair from the
Clippers, who received Drew
Gooden from the Wizards.

The chance to add a scorer
like Jamison, who has aver-
aged nearly 20 points for his
career, was too good for
Cleveland to pass up.

"T didn't feel we had to do
something," Ferry said. "It
was a great position to be in.
Our guys have done a great
job in giving us the ability to
only make a decision if there
was something that really
excited us and caught our
eye." 4

Now it is up to Cavaliers
coach Mike Brown to make
all the pieces fit. At 43-11,

Cleveland already has the.

league's best record and is rid-
ing a 13-game winning streak.
Tinkering with that sort of
chemistry can be dangerous,
but Ferry believes the addi-
tion of Jamison will be seam-
less.

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two at the line, the Saints’
leading scorer scored again
for a 47-43 lead.

After Moss made one of
two at the line, the Giants
forced four consecutive
turnovers, the last of which
came after a Moss free throw
tied the game at 47 with 13
seconds remaining.

Moss’ 21 led all scorers,
while Neely, a star on the
Giants junior boys squad fin-
ished with 11 and Kristoff
Wood added eight points and
eight rebounds.

Rolle-was one of two Saints
in double figures while Regi-
nald Ferguson finished with
10 points, five assists, and five
steals, Corlton Knowles
added nine and Ferguson fin-
ished with eight.

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The Falcons, absent from
the BAJISS playoffs this year,
pulled off the day’s biggest
upset by establishing an early
lead and holding off a late ral-
ly from the Warriors.

The Falcons led by as much
as 16 in the fourth quarter,
but the game remained unde-
cided until the game’s final
minutes when the Falcons
defence salvaged the win with
a timely turnover.

Clinging to a two point
lead, Franson Moss stole a
pass-from the Warriors’
Tivaughn Gibson with 21 sec-
onds left to play.

Moss made two at the line
and Antevin Williams sealed
the win with an acrobatic fin-
ish on the ensuing possession
for the game’s final margin.

The Falcons led by 16 after

‘a dominating first half, 39-23.

An. 8-2 run to open the
third brought the Warriors
within 10, however the Fal-

~ cons responded with a 6-0 run

of their own to maintain the
16 point advantage.

Gibson’s layup just before
the buzzer sounded trimmed
the deficit to 52-41 heading
into the fourth quarter.

The Falcons regained a 16
point lead with 3:03 left to
play on a tip in by Vaughn

Toote, for a 59-43 lead.
The Warriors’ top scoring
trio got them back into the

game with a series of clutch

plays down the stretch.

Richard Malone sparked
the run with a three point play
and followed with a pair of
free throws on the ensuing
possession..

Gibson converted a three
point play just plays later for a
60-55 deficit with 1:40 left to
play.

Leslie Wilson came up with
a steal at half court and fin-
ished with a fastbreak layup
to bring the Warriors within a
single possession, 60-57.

Austin Hanna - finally
stopped the bleeding for the
Falcons and put an end to the
Warriors’ 14-1 run with 1:13
remaining.

Jarvis Knowles made one
of two at the to bring the
Warriors within two, but
failed to tie on the next pos-
session.

Moss led the Falcons with
21 points, Toote added 13,
Williams chipped in with sev-
en and Hanna added five.

Gibson led the Warriors
with 19 points, Malone added
17, Wilson finished with 14
and Knowles added seven.

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LIERS — 27

A pair of Bahamas Scholas-
tic Association teams squared
off with the Cherubims over-
coming an early deficit to
advance with the win.

The Cavaliers controlled a
slow paced first quarter and
took an early 9-5 lead.

Teleos took their first lead
of the game on a tip in by
Jameson Dorelien for an 11-9
advantage.

The Cherubims led 18-14
at the half. ,

They built an early eight
point lead in the third quarter

‘on an acrobatic reverse layup

by Henry Rolle which put his
team ahead 24-16.

The Cavaliers shot 0-10
from the line in the quarter
but still managed to pull with-
in three, 24-21 with 1:06 left to

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Columbia, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010.

White’s showstopper caps
second Olympic gold

WINTER OLYMPICS"
WEST VANCOUVER,
British Columbia
Associated Press

THE FANS were waiting.
Shaun White could see them
packed in the stands at the
bottom of the hill ready for
snowboarding's greatest show-
man — all of 23 years old —
to go do his thing..

Only he couldn't. Not for a
minute.anyway.

‘His second Olympic half-
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White turned to-U.S. Snow- IE

boarding coach. Mike
Jankowski and told him, "I
can't snowboard right now.’

So he didn't.

He flew instead.

Laying down a victory lap
for the ages, White put an
exclamation point on the most
successful day in U.S. Winter



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Olympics history Wednesday
by landing — barely — his lat-
est invention: the Double
McTwist 1260.

White has renamed the

trick — which requires him to’

cram two .board-over-head
flips inside of 3? turns — "The
Tomahawk."

Another word for it: impos-
sible.

He'd kept it out of his first
run intentionally, opting for a
safer routine that helped him -
post a score of 46.8, a num-

ber none of the otheitt tiders

in the final came close to chal-
lenging.

Yet he hadn't done all that
work, sacrificed all those
hours, dealt with all that pain
to stop now.

The competition was over.
The world was watching.

With Guns N' Roses' "Par-
adise City" blasting over the
speakers, White knew it was

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Babel after scoring a goal against Unirea Urziceni during their
Europa League soccer match at Anfield, Liverpool, England,
Thursday Feb. 18, 2010.

time to rock the house.

His blue bandanna replete
with white stars — which per-
fectly match his iconic red
locks — flapping in the wind,
White provided the signature
moment of his singular career,
one that will live on no matter
how fast, how far or how high
the sport expands.

"I like to put on a show and
show everybody what I can
do," White said.

And nobody does it better.

"It's impossible to beat
Shaun unless he falls," said sil-
ver medalist Peetu Piioroinen
of Finland.

No chance. Not on this day.
Not with the chance to show
the outside world — the one
that's criticized the sport for
being too dangerous follow-
ing a serious injury to star
Kevin Pearce two months ago

— that the risk is worth the
“reward.

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"Tonight was about pulling
all the stops on my last run
and doing something that's
never been done before,"
White said.

It's what propels him. Win-
ning isn't enough anymore.
He wants to be at the fore-
front, propelling snowboard-
ing into the future.

"Shaun's a living legend
with what he's done already
and with what he's going to
continue to do and really push
this sport to the next level,"

Jankowski said. "It's the: ALH--
American way. It's being sas:
-. pioneer and taking those steps





into the unknown."

White has already been’

doing that for years, becoming
a household name after win-
ning gold in Turin four years
ago. Then he was the fresh-
faced 19-year-old with the
retro-hip nickname: "the Fly-
ing Tomato."

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He's since moved on to
"The Animal," though he
admits he longs for a day
when he doesn't need a gim-
micky moniker. He's managed
to become a multimillionaire,
complete with a clothing line
and a video game.

And he's figured out a way
to make the move into the
corporate world while, main-
taining credibility within his
sport.

Teammate Scotty Lago,
who finished a somewhat sur-
prising third, called White one
of the most "dedicated and
focused" people he knows.

White needed the focus fol-
lowing a rare loss to. Danny
Davis in January. Davis put
together a run so perfect
White opted to skip some
downtime with his family in
California to head to Utah
and put the finishing touches
on "The Tomahawk."



Juventus, Liverpool win 1st
games in Europa League

SOCCER
By STUART CONDIE
Associated Press

FORMER European cham-

pions Juventus and Liverpool -

won their first games in this
season's Europa League on
Thursday night.

Liverpool labored in its
return to the second-tier Euro-
pean club tournament, beat-
ing visiting Unirea Urziceni 1-
0 in the second round, first leg

match on David Ngog's head- .

er in the 81st minute.

In Amsterdam, Juventus
rallied to defeat Ajax 2-1 on
goals by Amauri in the 31st
and 58th minutes. Miralem
Sulejmani scored in the 17th
minute for Juventus in a

‘rematch of the 1996 Champi-

ons League final.
Juventus' Hasan Sali-
hamidzic was ejected in the

last minute for fouling Chris- -

tian Eriksen. Luis Suarez,
Ajax's leading scorer, will
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of the home-and-home, total-
goals series after receiving a

_ yellow card for dissent. uven-

tus and Liverpool would up
in the Europa League after
each finishing third in their
first-round Champions
League group.

Fulham won 2-1 over visit-
ing Shakhtar Donetsk, the last
club to win the UEFA Cup
before it was revamped as the
Europa League this season.

The Cottagers got goals from ~

Zoltan Gera in. the third
minute and Bobby Zamora in
the 63rd, while Luiz Adriano
scored a potentially valuable
away goal for Shakhtar in the
32nd.

Everton, the third English
club still in the competition,
beat visiting Sporting Lisbon
2-1 on Tuesday.

Spain's four teams failed to
earn a single win, even with
three of them playing at
home.

Atletico Madrid tied 1-1
against Galatasaray, Athletic
Bilbao tied 1-1 against Ander-
lecht, Villarreal tied 2-2 versus
Wolfsburg, and Valencia lost
1-0 at Brugge.

Djibril Cisse scored with a

_ minute left to give Panathi-

naikos a 3-2 win over visiting
AS Roma.
Russia's Rubin Kazan
racked up the biggest victory
margin among the day's 15
matches, beating Hapoel Tel
Aviv 3-0. Standard Liege
defeated Red Bull Salzburg a
3-2, the first loss for the Aus-
trian club in this season's tour-
nament.

Twente beat Werder Bre-
men 1-0 and Hamburg defeat-
ed PSV Eindhoven 1-0.
Hertha Berlin, the last-place
team in the Bundesliga, tied
1-1 with Benfica.

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The Cherubims ended
with a 5-0 run to take a 29-
21 lead into the fourth and
led by 10 for the first time
on another tip by Dorelien,
31-21.

The Cavs were scoreless
for nearly the entire quarter
until Aaron Aliva scored
with 1:53 left to play.

Rolle led the Cherubims
with 10 points, Dorelien
added nine and Spencer
Lewis finished with eight.

Karon Pratt led Mt
Carmel with eight.

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In the final elimination
game of the day, The:
Comets led from wire to
wire in a foul-heavy contest
which featured a flurry of
technical fouls and one
ejection.

A 7-7 tie at the end of!
the first quarter quickly bal-
looned when the Comets
: opened on an 8-0 run.

The Comets outscored
the Suns 17-9 in the quarter
to take a 24-16 lead at the
half.

Perez Brooks scored
: ‘eight in the third period to
: bring the Suns within strik-
ing distance, and his layup
with just seconds to go in

:. the quarter trimmed the

deficit 30-26 headed into
the fourth.

Brooks pulled the Suns
within two on the opening
possession of the fourth but
they failed to pull any clos-
er.

The Comets ended the
game on a 14-6 run to seal
the win and advance.

Eleazor Johnson led all
scorers with 19 points while
Dorian Bowe added eight
and Louis Dames finished
with six.

Brooks led the Suns with
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Mancuso

Wins another

Olympic silver

WINTER OLYMPICS
WHISTLER, British
Columbia

Associated Press

JULIA Mancuso won her
third Olympic Alpine medal

.Thursdav, equaling Bode

Miller for the most ever by
an American skier.

Mancuso, who finished
second behind teammate
Lindsey Vonn in Wednes-
day's downhill, again won
silver in the super-com-
bined.

"I didn't expect that,"
Mancuso said. "Such a great

i feeling of accomplishment

and really just believing in
everything I was doing."
Mancuso gave the United

States its first medal in

women's Olympic com-
bined or super-combined
since 1948. And her best
event is yet to come — next
Wednesday's giant slalom,
the race the 25-year-old.
Californian won at the 2006
Turin Games.

Hip surgery after those
Olympics led to back prob-
lems that made her some- °
thing of an afterthought:
among the leading Alpine*
contenders. She hasn't won
any World Cup race since
March 2007.

"I just came to these
Olympics trying to put the
past behind me and rip it
up," Mancuso said.

Consider it done.

"She's just attacking. She
has a lot of intensity, and I

'. think her struggling in the

past few years is maybe
motivating her more. And
she's coming in here as an
underdog. No one's really
expecting her to do any-
thing, and I think that
helps," said Vonn, the over-
all World Cup leader who
has raced against Mancuso
since they were young.
"When you don't have any
pressure, it helps to ski
aggressively. It definitely is
a lot different, you know,
when you have everyone
looking at you and expect-
ing you to do things."



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 15

PLP in Election Court push

FROM page one

time crowd swelled to more than 400
heated supporters who police in ever
greater numbers had to repeatedly
separate.

At the start of the day, the FNM
was up by a single vote with eight
polling divisions recounted and only
four more to go. They took a break
from 8am until 2pm. It then took until
5.30pm to confirm the results of the
Polling Division #9 because a furious

CONCERNS OVER TURNQUEST
PRESENCE IN RECOUNT

argument erupted over a single vote
cast for Ryan Pinder. In the end, the
PLP resigned themselves to the loss of
this vote and conceded another to the
FNM.

When the FNM crowd outside
learned that Dr-Sands now had a two
vote lead, they erupted into cheers
and began singing the Bahamian
national anthem. Later when the PLP
candidate, whose dual-citizenship has
become a major issue in this election,
emerged from the school, they began
singing the American national

anthem. This drew the ire of his sup-

» porters:and the scene became heated

and the police had to step in.

At around 9pm, The Tribune got
word that the Central Detective Unit
(CDU) warned the FNM that they
expected trouble from some elements
in Elizabeth and advised that they
relocate their supporters to the FNM
constituency headquarters on Prince
Charles Drive.

Police presence was increased and
a careful watch was kept on cars bear-
ing FNM paraphernalia, which it was



FROM page one

during the recount. Mr
Roberts tongue-lashed Mr
Turnquest, who is also the
minister of national security,
for having "the audacity to
present himself.as an FNM
election agent at the recount."

He rebuked Mr Turnquest's
presence during the recount
as a "serious violation of the
most fundamental principle of
democratic elections and the
most scandalous example to
date of the heavy handedness
of the FNM in this by-elec-
tion." He also called for the
prime minister remove Mr
Turnquest from the recount
proceedings.

Mr Grimes, a PLP lawyer
who has been overseeing the
recount, also took issue with
the presence of several other
Cabinet ministers in the
recount room, including Envi-
ronment Minister Earl
Deveaux, Social Services Min-
ister Loretta Butler-Turner,
Labour Minister Dion
Foulkes and former Educa-
tion Minister Carl Bethel.

."Their mere presence is in
my view intimidating" to Mr
‘Thompson and the police offi-
cers standing guard, Mr
Grimes told The Tribune.

‘When contacted for:com-
ment. Mr Foulkes — the
FNM's lead spokesperson in
the recount process — said
Cabinet ministers from suc-
cessive governments have rep-

resented their parties during

the recount and other election
processes. '

"I don't see a problem with
it — every government of the
Bahamas going back to the
UBP, the five successive gov-
ernments of Sir Lynden Pin-

dling and also our government °

Cabinet ministers have fully
participated in recounts and
working at the polls."

Gi

He recalled an instance dur-
ing the 1986 by-election for
the St Barnabas constituency
when then prime minister and
PLP leader Sir Lynden Pin-
dling was present at the polls.

"I can recall Sir. Lynden
Pindling in the by-election in
St Barnabas in 1986, when
Matthew Rose died, and Pin-
dling was a poll worker and
sat in the polls when people
voted for the entire day.

"Pindling sat in that poll as
prime minister in charge of
the Parliamentary Registrar
Department, minister in

charge of the public service |

— (he) sat in that poll for that
entire day," Mr Foulkes
recalled. "And every subse-
quent election or by-election
PLP Cabinet ministers fully

' participated, including the last
election. Apparently the par-
ticipation of Cabinet ministers

is only a problem when the
PLP is in Opposition."

He added that Mr Robert's
accusations of Mr Turnquest

pressuring Jack Thompson are’

untrue.

-"Mr Turnquest has been
very subdued during this
entire process," he said.

The politician added that

-he is assured that Mr Thomp-

son and Parliamentary Com-
missioner Errol Bethel have
remained free of government

, influence during the recount.

"They are independent.
What has happened over the
last 36 hours has demonstrat-
ed.the independence of both
of those men — because there

‘were rulings made against us

and for us."

He and his FNM colleagues
have made submissions for
election ballots that. they
pushed to be accepted during

‘the recount which were reject-
ed by returning officer Jack .

Thompson, Mr Foulkes said,
while some PLP submissions
have been accepted.



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(L-R) NICOLE COLEBROOKE, customer relations manager (centre left) and Melanie Stanislaus, assis-
(centre right) with members of the new GBPA customer relations

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GBPA announces relocation
of customer relations dept

THE Grand Bahama Port
Authority and Port Group
Limited have announced the
relocation of its newly
formed customer relations
department to the ground
floor of the GBPA head-
quarters building, effective
March 1.

The move comes as the
Grand Bahama Power Com-
pany, a tenant of the GBPA
headquarters building, relo-
cates to their new premises
in early March.

“During the first two
weeks of March, our cashiers
will occupy a temporary
space until renovations have
been completed,” said cus-
tomer relations department
manager Nicole Colebrooke.

“The public should expect
a little disruption as work
commences, however, the

transitional cashier will be
equipped to receive all pay-
ments related to the group
of companies,” she said.
The public is advised that
once the Power Company
moves to their new premises,
payments for electricity bills
will no longer be made in
‘The Port’ building.
According to Ms Cole-
brooke, the customer rela-
tions’ cashier will accept all
other payments, including
water, garbage, licence fees,
service charges, elevator
inspection, all building and
development payments,
property rental and all other

‘ payments. |

Additionally, new cus-
tomer account numbers will
automatically be issued for
all utility bills. Effective
March 1, utility bills will

change in colour from green
to blue and will be issued in

' the usual format, bearing the

new account numbers.

An official opening of the
15-member, customer rela-
tions department, in their
newly renovated office
space, is slated for March 15.

“Management has formed
this new customer relations
department with our cus-
tomers in mind. Our focus is
service with excellence.
Therefore, we look forward
to continuing to provide the
residents of Grand Bahama
Island and those abroad with
quality service. The much
anticipated move will result
in expanded space for a com-
mitted team, eager to ensure
that each need is met as we
aim to provide superior ser-
vice,” Ms Colebrooke said.







PLP CAMPAIGN Chairman Dr Bernard Nottage and PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts.

FNM candidate Dr Duane Sands

feared would be targeted by vandals.

The tension outside the school
building complemented the boiler
room atmosphere in the recount
room, which the two major parties
increasingly filled with lawyers who

' carefully scrutinised and argued over

each ballot.
The PLP in particular were said to
have made the most of every oppor-

tunity to increase their presence. .
Defeated Workers’ Party candidate

Rodney Moncur told The Tribune as

_ the wrangle over Polling Division #9

reached fever pitch, that PLP opera-
tives were “harassing” him for per-
mission to use his allotted spots in the
room.
At different times in the night, the
PLP reportedly had Melanie Griffith,
Damien Gomez, Philip 'Brave' Davis,
Ken Dorsett, Keod Smith, Valentine
Grimes and Wayne Munroe repre-
senting its interests. ;
Meanwhile, the FNM was said to
have been-represented by Diane
Stewart, Cathy Hassan, Dion Foulkes,

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FRIDAY,

no austerity in the Budget

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE Government would be
“taking a huge risk for the
economy” if it fails to introduce
austerity measures in its
upcoming 2010-2011 Budget, a
former finance minister warned
yesterday, as this represented
the last chance to “put the
screws” to the expanding fiscal
deficit and national debt before
entering an election year.

James Smith, who was min-
ister of state for finance in the
former 2002-2007 Christie
administration, suggested that
the Government ought to cut
spending by the same propor-
tion as its revenues had
declined, warning that the
Bahamas’ might have to with-
stand “higher levels of unem-
ployment for a longer period”
to get the public finances back
on track.

Arguing that the Bahamas
“ought to consider these mea-
sures very carefully now”, Mr
Smith suggested that the May
Budget represented the Ingra-
ham administration’s last major

chance to set the nation’s °

finances back on the correct
path, given that the 2011-2012
Budget was unlikely to be
slashed with a general election
fast approaching.

“This is the only time they’re

* Ex-minister says upcoming
May Budget last chance to
‘put the screws’ to rising
deficit and national debt
before election spending
cycle for 2012 -

* Warns: ‘We might have

to suffer higher levels of
unemployment for a longer
period of time to get this
necessary fiscal adjustment.
We ought to consider

these measures very
carefully now’

going to have for it, because of
the election in 2012, and I can’t
see them making major spend-
ing cuts then,” Mr Smith told
Tribune Business yesterday.
“2011 will be the time to put
the screws to the Budget. That

will be expected by people -

watching the economy in and
outside of the Bahamas, so not
to do so will be taking a huge
risk for the economy.’

The latter statement is likely

to be a reference to what Wall .

Street credit rating agencies,
Moody’s and Standard &

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Regulator’s $1.27m consulting -
fees slammed as ‘extraordinary’

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

TELE -
COMS opera-
tors have
branded the §
new sector §
regulator’s-
$4.8 million |
annual budget
for 2009-2010
as “dispropor-
tionate” and
something that
places “too high a burden” on
the private sector, one describ-
ing the $1.27 million allocated
to pay consultants’ fees as
“extraordinary”.

Paul Hutton-Ashkenny, pres-
ident of Systems Resource
Group (SRG), parent company
of IndiGo Networks, said in a
February 15, 2010, letter to the
Utilities Regulation & Compe-



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tition Authority (URCA) that

the latter’s stated aim of pro-
viding value for money was
“difficult to reconcile” with the
$4.8 million operating budget.

Responding to URCA’s
2009-2010 draft annual plan and

* Telecoms operators say
URCA’s $4.8m budget
imposes ‘too high a burden’
* Urge that fees be capped
to prevent budget, which
has increased by 75%,

from becoming ‘limitless’

strategy, Mr Hutton-Ashken-
ny said URCA’s budget com-
pared to the $3.8 million allo-
cated for the Barbados utility
regulator, while counterparts
in the Cayman Islands, Jamaica
and the Turks & Caicos had
budgets of $1.3 million, $3.1

‘ million and $1.3 million respec-

tively.

The SRG president said the
utilities regulators in Barbados,
Jamaica and the Cayman

Islands all regulated more sec-

tors than URCA, such as elec-
tricity, water, natural gas and
transportation, and had to cope
with more industry players as a
result of liberalisation being

SEE page 4B

Reforms urged to save
Nassau’s listed buildings

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

RULES that protect listed
buildings in the City of Nassau,
and give investment incentives
and. directions for their reno-
vation or restoration, need to
be closely scrutinised and pos-
sibly reformed, a former MP
said yesterday.

Janet Bostwick, who was also
the first woman sworn into the
House of Assembly, said exist-
ing rules regarding buildings 50
years and older often make it
more financially viable for own-
ers to raze them to the ground,
rather than restore them.

An audience member at a
workshop for Incentives for
Property and Business Devel-
opment, staged by the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce and the
Downtown Nassau Partnership,
Mrs Bostwick suggested during
the forum that historic, sites
throughout the city were at risk
of being demolished, rather
than preserved for posterity,
because of ambiguous rules
regarding their preservation.

She said many renovations
and restorative upgrades were
needed by numerous listed
buildings in Nassau, and the
existing rules could possibly
change the historical signifi-
cance of the buildings, leaving
them in danger cf being exempt
from receiying certain conces-
sions. This could move owners
to either neglect or tear them

Ministry approves 63
out of.75 applications
for investment in
centives related to_
historical building
renovations

down because of the expenses
involved in saving it.

Revenue compliance officer
at the Ministry of Finance,
Karen Hepburn, said listed
buildings were eligible to
receive customs exemptions for
renovations and restoration,

plus exemptions from real

property tax.
Ms Hepburn said those
buildings were allowed to be

refurbished, so long as they did.

not detract from the building’s
historical value. She said the

Ministry recently received 75_

applications for concessions for
historical buildings.

According to her, 63 appli-
cations for exemptions were
approved, with 55 receiving real
property tax exemptions, 31
customs exemptions and 12
being denied because their his-
torical significance title had
been rescinded.

The owners of Graycliff have
undertaken the task of reno-
vating historical properties
directly facing theirs. The build-
ings are slated to become
chocolate and coffee factories,
and will be renovated under the
historical buildings concessions.

FEBRUARY

1 9 ?

2010





20% cost burden’ from worker woe

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

ahamian busi-

nesses incur

some 20 per cent

of their operat-

ing costs in train-
ing employees in basic literacy
and numeracy skills, and equip-
ping them to serve customers,
the Chamber of Commerce’s
president disclosed yesterday,
something that has to largely
be covered by long- DESTIN
consumers.

Khaalis Rolle, unveiling the
launch of the Chamber Insti-
tute, an initiative designed to
improve the long-term com-
petitiveness of the Bahamian
economy and its companies,

said business profitability and:

efficiency were being under-
mined because employers were
having to train recruits in skills
they should have learned in
high school.

“T believe that the panies! is
20 per cent of-our costs, based
on experience and feedback
I’ve received over the years,”
Mr Rolle said, when asked by
Tribune Business to jquantify
the impact on business cost
structures caused by the large-
ly poor quality of public high
school graduates.

“When you look at the fun- |

damental rate of return, that is
certainly far too large. Most
businesses get a rate of return
of between 6-12 per cent, so
when they’re carrying a 20 per
cent cost burden, companies’



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* Chamber committee head: ‘The drag on our society caused by poor education
can be likened to running a marathon with an open parachute attached to
ones back. If you finish the race it won’t be pretty and it may even kill you’

ability to be
profitable
businesses” is
duninished |
Rolle
rébed a prac-
tical example
of how poor
-customer’ser-
ne and poor-
veducated - ROLLE
cnpovess cost Bahamian com-
panies business. He said he had

called. into. a.radiator shop

because of problems ‘with his
car at just before 3pm, only to

be told’ that the mechanic -
- required was on lunch break

until that time.
When he asked the recep-
tionist whether he should wait

until that person appeared, Mr -
6-also paying more, because that

Rolle said the receptionist said
she did not know. He then
asked if she:could call the
mechanic, to. which she
responded that he did not have
any minutes on his cell phone,
and did not want him to incur
the cost of a call.

When Mr Rolle offered to
make the call from his cell
phone, the girl confessed that



“* Public high school system has 70% ‘blended fail rate’ in
Maths aut English, leaving 3,000 graduates per year illiterate

she just did not want to ring
the mechanic. “This is an indi-

vidual that did not understand
the value of a customer com-

ing to you for service. You

probably gave away your pay |
cheque for the week,” he -
- added, saying that improve-

ments in sales and customer

service techniques would
’ ensure more business came to

Bahamian companies, “and put
more in your bottom line.”.
Robert Myers, head of the
Chamber’s education and
labour committee, said the cost

_ burden imposed on Bahamian

companies by high school grad-
uates unprepared for the world

‘of work was “at least” 20 per

cent.
He added: “The-consumer is

20 per cent has to be covered,
and the quality put out in ser-
vice and productivity is often
sub-standard.

“From a ‘consumer stand:
point, this is a very integral ini-
tiative, because it will lead to
better consumer protection as
we raise standards across all
industries.”

The Chamber Institute is
ultimately intended to have its
own campus, with classrooms
able to host workshops for all
trades, and incubator facilties
that can house small businesses
and entrepreneurs until they
find their feet, and are able to
move out into the real world.

- Mr Rolle said the Chamber
was “now in the final stages of
preparing the application” to
the Government for a grant-of
Crown Land, which would be
the site for the Institute’s cam-
pus. The Chamber was hoping
to base it in the Oakes Field
area, although the scarcity of
land in New Providence meant
this was by no means certain. |

- Mr Myers said that when his
group of companies expanded
from landscaping and mainte-

“nance into construction, retail,

security, energy and manufac-

‘turing, “we became acutely

aware that the largest single
problem we faced was that of
finding competent employees
that we could train;-motivate
and empower to work in and

SEE page 2B

RND chair gets $800k for selling majority control

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

COLINA Insurance Compa-

ny yesterday disclosed it had

_ paid Senator Jerome Fitzger-

ald just over $800,000 to acquire
a further 20 per cent stake in
RND Holdings, taking its
majority ownership position to
just under 65 per cent-after pay-
ing $0.40 per share.

The BISX-listed insurer, in
an advertisement placed in a
daily newspaper, said it had
raised its RND equity stake
from 44.9 per cent via three
separate purchases of shares
from Senator Fitzgerald during
January 2010.

The first tranche of 700,480
shares was acquired from Sen-

* Colina Insurance Company raised stake _
from 44.9% to almost 65% via purchase of 2m
shares from Senator Fitzgerald at $0. 4 per share
* Litigious minority RND investor calls for —

4

ator Fitzgerald on January 6,
2010, with two more tranches -
1,070,596 shares and 229,129
shares - acquired on January
25, 2010. All the purchases were
a price of $0.40 per share, a val-
ue not inconsistent with RND
Holdings’ prevailing market
price on the over-the-counter
market.

Given that Mr Fitzgerald and
his former business partner,

himself and others to be bought out

Brent Dean, collectively owned
two-thirds or around 66 per
cent of RND Holdings before
the latter was bought out, the
deal with Colina Insurance
Company seems to imply that
Senator Fitzgerald may have
sold out from the company
entirely - or at least reduced his
stake to a single-figure per-

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no austerity in the Budget

FROM page 1B

Poor’s (S&P), plus the interna-
tional capital markets and
investors, would like to see the
Government do in terms of cut-
ting the annual fiscal deficit:and
national debt.

The latter’s ratio to Bahami-
an gross dqmestic product
(GDP) now stands at more
than 50 per cent, and possibly
close to 55 per cent, well above
the 40 per cent ‘comfort’
threshold that gives investors
complete confidence the coun-
try will be able to repay all its
debts.

In addition, the fiscal deficit
for the first five months of the
2009-2010 Budget year
increased year-over-year by 14
per cent or $138.7 million, a fig-
ure that would have been con-
siderably. worse had the Gov-
ernment not generated $90 mil-
lion in revenues from a
Bahamas Telecommunications
Company (BTC) dividend and
Statoil’s purchase of South Rid-
ing Point.

“The obvious emphasis
would have to be on the size of

_ the deficit and corresponding :

increase in the national debt,”
Mr Smith said of this month’s
impending mid-term Budget
report, and the 2010-2011 Bud-
get, which is only three months
away.

“The performance of the
economy continues to be very
sluggish, and government rev-
enues continue to take a hit
related to the slow growth of
the economy and the high rate
of unemployment, plus the
poor performance in the
tourism industry.

“T don’t think the fall-off in
air arrivals has been compen-
sated for adequately by the

’ increase in sea arrivals.”

The former finance minister
suggested that in order to set
the public finances back on a
sustainable path, the Ingraham
administration faced a trade-
off between imposing austerity
measures and seeing an
increase in unemployment, or
maintain its deficit spending
and capital works projects to
keep a lid on the jobless rate,
while risking the Bahamas’
long-term fiscal health.

“The Government is faced
with a very delicate balance,”

Mr Smith explained. “On the’

one hand, there’s been a delib-
erate increase in the deficit as
part of the stimulus to create

jobs. You’ve got this growing,

planned deficit as part of your
stimulus, but there’s a limit to
which we can afford to increase
the debt, as unlike the Ameri-
cans we do not-have a strong
currency.

“At some point, we have to
slow down the rate of increase
in the debt, and this will require
taking a position on the labour
market, with unemployment.
We might have to suffer higher
levels of unemployment for a
longer period of time to get this
necessary fiscal adjustment. We
ought to consider these mea-
sures very carefully now.”

Mr Smith suggested that the
Government reduce its spend-
ing “more in line with rev-
enues”, adding that it ought to
cut the former by 6-7 per cent if
the latter declined by a corre-
sponding amount.

He added that there was s “a
lot of slack” in public sector
spending, and with wages and
emoluments accounting for 55
per cent of annual government
expenditure, the obvious solu-
tions were to freeze public sec-
tor pay and increments, and
make no new hires. This policy,
Mr Smith said, of wage restraint
and even cuts, would have to
apply “across the board”, from
Cabinet level down.

The former finance minister
said spending cuts would be
“more palatable” to the
Bahamian public in the current
environment, especially given
the fiscal situation other coun-
tries were facing around the
globe.

‘20% cost burden’ from worker woe



FROM page 1B

ruri our companies.

“Education of our work force was the clear
answer to-the sustainable success of our busi-
nesses and providing our customers with quality
service and products.”

He added that the Bahamian public educa-
tion system continued to produce “unacoeptable

results that continue to impact the productivity -

and competitiveness of our businesses and nation
at every level”.

With the 2006 BGCSE results showing a 56 per
cent fail rate in English and 82 per cent fail rate

* in Maths among Bahamian public high school

students, Mr Myers said this gave a “blended
average fail'rate” of 70 per cent in the two most
important subjects.

He added: “That means some 3,000 plus stu-
dents fail English and math and have limited
cognitive skills and ability to cope in a competi-
tive world or in the local job market:

“Businesses are constantly forced to become
more globally competitive, ingenious and safety
conscious. ;

“This means even the simplest of employment

requires skills training these days. Employee
proficiency in English and math are imperative to
employée advancement and business success.
-“When students complete 13 years of educa-
tion and fail to have the attention, concentra-
tion, memory, discipline and logical thinking to

learn English and math, it is unlikely that they
will have the cognitive ability to learn moderately
advanced skills in the work force either.

“Failures in the educational system at current
levels become those of the employer, as busi-
nesses struggle to train employees that the edu-
cational system has failed to train for 13 or more
years in our schools.”

Mr Myers added:

“The drag on our society caused by poor edu-
cation can be likened to running a marathon
with an open parachute attached to ones back. If
you finish the race it won’t be pretty-and it may
even kill you!”

As a result, Bahamian businesses were incur-
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and disadvantaged workforce”, and having to

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Companies were being forced to spend more
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hire foreign workers to fill the gap left by.
Bahamians, Mr Myers said, while the inability of
Bahamians to advance upwards through the
workforce due to a lack of skills was “hampering
business growth”.

“There are a large and growing number of
illiterate and enumerate people in the work force
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oncern
over rental

property
investment

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter

’ crobards@tribunemedia.net -

’ PRIVATE sector entities
and government agencies
involved in the revitalisation
of Downtown Nassau yester-
day cajoled potential investors
over the investment incentives
written into the City of Nas-
sau Revitalisation and the
Hotels Encouragement Acts.

Speaking at a workshop for
Incentives for Property and
Business Development, held
by the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce and the Down-
town Nassau Partnership,
director of investments at the
Bahamas Investment Author-
ity, Joy Jibrilu, said the Acts
allow for certain investment
incentives within and outside
the City. _

Ms Jibrilu said potential
investors can enjoy Customs
exemptions on materials used
to renovate buildings in the
downtown area, which .
stretchs from the harbour to
the North, Nassau Street to
the West and Mackey Street
to the East. The Southern
boundary is an imaginary line
“starting at a point approxi-
mately 380 yards to the south
of the junction of Mackey
Street and Shirley Street, and
continuing in straight line to
the Southeast corner of the
grounds of the Princess Mar-
garet Hospital, then south-
westward to Prison Lane, then
to the division wall between
the barracks and the prison,
then in a straight line West-
wardly to the junction of Dil-
let Street and Meeting Street
to Nassau Street”.

_ Nassau

The.2008 City of Nassau
Revitalisation Act provides
customs duties concessions on
building matefials and equip-
ment, and seeks to make pro-
vision for the exemption of
real property tax and excise
tax in respect of supplies,
imported for the purpose of
capital investment in the City.

“According to the Act, capi-
tal investment includes the .
construction of buildings for .
residential or commercial use,
or.the renovation, repair or
upgrade of residential or com-
mercial buildings.

The Tribune wants to hear
from people who are
making news in their
neighbourhoods. Perhaps
you are raising funds for a
good cause, campaigning
for improvements in the
area or have won an
award.

If so, call us on 322-1986
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The Hotels Encouragement
Act amended last year seeks

to afford concessions to enter-.

tainment facilities and night-
clubs, already received by
restaurants and shops under
the Act, in a bid to encourage
development of such estab-
lishments within the City.

Addition |

The addjtion of the clause

- within the Act pertaining to

entertainment and nightclubs
bodes well for entrepreneurs
and small business develop-

ers, who do not own buildings
within the City, and would be

' forced to develop those prop- °

erties under a lease agree-
ment. ,
Concern was raised in the
workshop that pointed to
rental properties within the

city needing huge injections of’

capital in order to bring them
to a state where they could be
developed into a viable busi-
ness. It was said that this
problem could‘act as a huge

’ disincentive for investors, as

they would then leave a large

‘chunk of their investment in
the leased building if the they
decide to move or the busi-
ness folds.

Managing Director of the
Downtown Nassau Partner-
ship, Vaughn Roberts, sug-
gested potential investors par-

“lay with downtown building
owners. on further incentivis-
ing a possible move into their
properties.

He said many owners of
commercial space in the City
are open to negotiating rental
prices, as they are eager to
‘simply fill the spaces instead
of have them sit dormant.

“They want to cause these
buildings to be occupied,” he
said.





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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT. 2000
No. 45 of 2000

LIMESTONE TRADING LIMITED

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 138 (8)
of the International Business Companies Act, (No. 45 of 2000),
the Dissolution of LIMESTONE. TRADING LIMITED
has been completed, a Certificate of Dissolution has been
issued and the company has therefore been struck off the
Register. ‘The date of completion of the dissolution was 8th

January, 2010.



NOTICE OF SALE

The Town Court Management Company
(hereafter “the Company”) invites offers for the
_purchase of ALLTHAT Unit Number B-26 of The
Town Court Condominiums situate on Nassau
Street in the Western District of the Island of
New Providence being a two bedroom/ one bath
unit together with ALL THAT 1.60% share in'the
common property of the Condominiums.

The Company makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the state of repair
of the unit or the building within which. it is
situate.

The Company will sell under Power of Sale
contained in a Declaration of Condominium of
Town Court Condominiums dated 8" October
1979 which is recorded in Book 3189 at pages
366 to 405. RST aN alg

TERMS: Ten percent (10% ) of the purchase price
at the time of contract and the balance upon

completion within Sixty (60) days of contract.

This sale is subject to a reserve price. The

Company reserves the right to reject any and all

offers.

Interested persons may submit written offers
addressed to the Attorney SSS, P. O Box N-272,
Nassau, Bahamas to be received no later than the
close of business on the 1 day of March 2010.



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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2004
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/ GEN/ 00693

Common Law Side.& General Side




BETWEEN
MONTGOMERY ROBERTS

Plaintiff

AND
JAMES MORLEY . .



Defendant

NOTICE

Notice is hereby iven that you the within

named Defendant James Morley was ordered
to attend before this Court at 2:30 o’clock in the
afternoon on the 27" day of January, A.D., 2010
before a Registrar of the Supreme Court at the
Supreme Court Registry, Ansbacher House, East
Street, Nassau, Bahamas to be orally examined
as to whether any and if so what debts are
owing by you and further on the questions as
to whether oe have any property or means. of
satisfying the Judgment herein dated the 28"
day of September, A.D., 2006, before one of the
Regs tary of the Supreme Court, in Chambers,
and that you were ordered to produce any books
or documents in your possession or power
relating to the same before the Registrar at the

time of the examination and that the costs of this

application and the examination-was awarded to

the Plaintiff. 5

Penal Notice

You must obey the said.Order on or before the

28" February, 2010 failing which you the within

named James Morley will be liable to process of .
execution for the purpose of compelling you to

obey the same.

Dated the 17th day of February, A.D., 2010

CASSAR & CO.
Chambers
#330 Suite B Bay Street
Nassau, NP, Bahamas

Attorneys for the Plaintiff



COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2009
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/QUI/01261
Common Law and Equity Division oS

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT-piece parcel or tract -
of land containing approximately Six and Seven Hundred
and Forty-one hundredths (6.741) acres being a portion
of Grant B-206 to Benjamin Malone situate on Lubber’s.
Quarters Cay one of the Abaco chain of cays in the
Commonwealth-of The Bahamas.

AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT;

1959, CHAPTER 393 OF THE STATUE LAWS OF THE
COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS .

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF THOMAS
SMITH and DONNA SMITH and EDDIE DAVIS and
gene. PATTI DAVIS

’ . NOTICE OF PETITION

THOMAS SMITH and DONNA SMITH both of the
City of Micco in the State of Florida one of the states of
the United States of America, and EDDIE G. DAVIS and
PATTI L. DAVIS both of Lubbers Cay one of the cays
in the Abaco chain of Cays within the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas claim to be the owners in fee simple
in possession of all that piece parcel or lot of land
hereinbefore described free from encumbrances.
AND the. Petitioners have made ‘application to the
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas
under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959 Chapter
393 of the Statue Laws of the said Commonwealth,
in the above action, to have their title to the said land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof determined
and declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted in -
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
Notice is hereby given to any person having a dower
or right of dower or an adverse claim or a claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the expiration
of thirty (30) days after the final publication of these
presents filed in the Registry of the Supreme Court and
serve, on the Petitioners or the undersigned’a statement of
his claim in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit
to be filed therewith. Failure of any such person to file
and serve a statement on or before the expiration of thirty
(30) days after the final publication of these presents shall
operate as a bar to such claims.
Copies of the said plan my be inspected during normal
hours at the Registry of the Supreme Court, East Street
North, City of Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas
and the Office of the Administrator in the Township of
Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Tite Bahamas.

DATED this 21" day of January, A.D., 2010

SYDBRI LEGAL SERVICES
: Chambers
Naomi House
No.19, Ninth Terrace & West Court
Nassau, Bahamas

Attorneys for the Petitioners




















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THE TRIBUNE



NOTICE .

In the Estate of Genevieve Gibson late of
the Seabreeze Estates in the Eastern District
of the Island of ‘New Providence, one of -
the Islands of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas, deceased.

FROM page 1B

centage.

That could-not be confirmed,

as Senator Fitzgerald did not
return Tribune Business’s call .
for comment béfore press dead-
line last night.
» The enhanced disclosure and
transparency surrounding the
transaction between Colina
Insurance Company and Mr
Fitzgerald is somewhat late, but
welcome nonetheless, but that
is unlikely to pacify all minori-
ty RND shareholders, espe-
cially radio. talk show host Ort-
land Bodie.

In a letter to Tribune Busi-
ness yesterday, Mr Bodie hit
back at Senator Fitzgerald’s
description of his writ against
RND Holdings as “frivolous -
and vexatious”, pledging that
he would see the litigation
through to the end.

"He also demanded that he
be bought out of RND Hold-
ings, writing: “I want nothing
from Fitzgerald except a prop-

_ erand a detailed accounting of

NOTICE is hereby given that
all persons having any claim. or demand
against the above Estate are required to
.send the same duly certified in writing to
the undersigned on or before the 26th day
of March A.D. 2010, after which date the
Executors will proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased having regard only to
the claims of which they shall then have had
notice. ,

; AND NOTICE is hereby given
that all persons indebted to the said Estate.
are requested to make full setthLement on or
before the date hereinbefore mentioned. °

HARRY B. SANDS, LOBOSKY & COMPANY
Attorneys for the Executors
CHAMBERS —
Shirley House
Fifty Shirley Street

Nassau, Bahamas.

FROM page 1B
more advanced in those coun-
tries.

“SRG’s anecdotal view is

‘that.a budget. of $4.8 million
per annum for a regulator to

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Interested persons should submit offer in writing addressed to: ;
The Manager, Credit Risk Management, P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
: To reach us by no later than March 8, 2010




where my investment in RND
is, and when I may expect to
liquidate the same at the nom-
inal par value - nothing more,
nothing less.” :
Arguing that there had been
numerous examples in the
Bahamian capital markets
where minority investors were
either sidelined, or disadvan-
taged, by a change in majority
ownership in the companies
they have invested in, Mr Bod-
ie added: “All relevant parties
are now aware that a corporate
cultural shift must become the

. horm rather than the notable
exception in the Common-

wealth of the Bahamas.
“We shall meet again in

court, regardless of whether or /

not the Senator considers my

299.

writ ‘frivolous and vexatious’.
Colina Insurance Company’s
share purchases took its hold-

ings in RND from 4,493,414 °

shares to 6,494,619, represent-
ing 64.94 per cent of the latter’s
authorised 10 million shares.
On an issued share capital basis,
the company’s ownership stake

operate in limited sectors is
high,” Mr Hutton-Ashkenny
said.

“By any measure, SRG takes
the respectful view that
URCA’s budget.is dispropor-
tionate. The Bahamas is the
least competitive of these juris-
dictions, with only a small nuni-
ber of operators.

“URCA is responsible for
regulation of only a limited

number of sectors. URCA’s

budget is 26 per cent greater
than the next highest jurisdic-
tion of Barbados; which also
regulates electricity and natur-
al gas, and 269 per cent greater
than the lowest cost jurisdic-
tion that regulates the same sec-
tors.”

- Mr Hutton-Ashkenny added:

*. “URCA may argue that its

costs are escalated because it
has a greater amount of ground
work to put in place as a new
Tegulator, but with respect,
SRG considers this to be a
weak position.

“URCA’s predecessor, the °

PUC, has seven years of histo-
Ty under its belt, and whilst the
Bahamas may be.a latecomer
to widespread sector liberalisa-

tion, there is no reinvention of

the wheel that is required.
“URCA will be liberally
applying the practices of other
jurisdictions, as has already
been the habit in development
of the enabling framework and
legislation. The extraordinary
sums budgeted for outside con-
sulting in the sum of $1.27 mil-

_ lion would reinforce that view.”

The SRG president said the

$1.896 million that URCA had

is equivalent to 73.33 per cent.

Previously, several RND
Holdings investors have told
Tribune Business that’ their
concerns over the deal would
be eliminated if Colina Insur-
ance Company was to make an
offer to buy them and the other
minority investors out, using
the same price, terms and con-
ditions offered to Mr Fitzger-
ald.

However, the BISX-listed
company’s advertisement made

-no mention of this yesterday,

and the Bahamas currently has
no Takeover Code or similar
legislation/policy that would
require Colina Insurance Com-
pany to make a mandatory
offer to buy out the minority. In
the UK, for example, such a
mandatory provision is trig-

‘gered when an investor’s hold-

ing in a public company hits 30
per cent.

The transaction effectively
means that RND Holdings will
become a majority-owned sub-
sidiary of Colina Holdings
(Bahamas), with its manage-

Regulator’s $1.27m consulting fees slammed as

budgeted for its: executive and
staffing costs, plus $302,400 for
rent and utilities, suggested a

“high level of staffing and rental
- square footage to house them”.

And he added: “Given that it
is the commercial operations of
a handful of licensees whose

largesse must fund URCA,.

SRG considers that the burden
placed on those operators is too
high.” fea
Mr Hutton-Ashkenny’s con-
cerns were also articulated by
the Bahamas Telecommunica-
tions Company (BTC), whose

vice-president for legal, regu- .

latory and interconnection,
Felicity Johnson, queried
whether the’ “amount allotted is

excessive” when it came to the
consulting fees. Zs en
’ . She also asked “whether this .

is an effective use of funds,
which come from fees paid by
the service providers”. Ms
Johnson and BTC suggested
that a cap on the fees paid by
licensed Bahamian telecoms
providers, based on a percent-
age of gross annual revenues,
be used to stop URCA’s annu-
al budget from becoming “lim-
itless”. ed
And.rather than Bahamian
telecoms providers paying fees
in one upfront lump sum, Ms
Johnson proposed that these be
paid in quarterly or semi-annu-
al payments, as “the payment in
advance provision is an oner-
ous one for an operator”.
‘Judith Smith, in-house legal
counsel for Cable Bahamas,



RND chair gets $800k for selling majority control

ment and direction undergoing
a complete overhaul. The Tick-
etXpress business will now be
absorbed into Colina Holdings :
(Bahamas) as the call centre
for its subsidiary, Colina Insur-
ance Company. ;

The main attraction for Col-
ina, though, is likely to be RND
Holdings' property subsidiary,
RND Properties, which owns
the JFK Drive plaza in Nassau,
where tenants include Galleria
Cinemas, FirstCaribbean Inter-

‘national Bank (Bahamas) and

Lickety Split. It also owns the
RND Plazas in Freeport and
Abaco, although it has been
attempting to sell the latter for
some time. The real estate
earnings streams, some $1.3
million per year, are a good fit
for Colina Holdings (Bahamas),
given its existing real estate
portfolio. 2

Colina yesterday said it
intended to refinance RND

‘Holdings’ debt and financing

requirements to enhance cash
flow and upgrade its real estate
holdings.

‘extraordinary’

urged that URCA place “effi-
cient.administration” at its core.
“URCA’s proposed budget
represents a’ 75 per cent
increase over that of its prede-
cessor,” Ms Smith wrote.
“However, no consideration
appears to have been given to
evaluating whether any cost
savings could be found in the:
PUC’s baseline budget.
“Furthermore, the substan-

tial increase that is being pro-

posed over and above the
PUC’s budget is nowhere
explained in any detail, let
alone justified. To make mat-
ters worse, the budget shows
an overall increase of nearly 2
per cent (comparing the 12
months to the 16 month totals),
which suggests a continuous
upward trend.”

And Ms Smith added: “The
proposed budget increase, par-
ticularly coming as it does
alongside the. substantial
increase in licence fees payable
to the Government, will impose
a major burden on those indus-
try participants that are oblig-
ated to cover URCA’s costs,
through payment of the URCA
fee. , .

“The failure of the proposed
plan to provide any concrete

Justification for such a sharp

increase in fees (or the upfront
payment required) is particu-
larly worrying, given. the scant
attention paid in the draft to
the need for efficient opera-
tions or any plan for reductions

in budget.”



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LEWIS. SONNY FENELUS
‘of MACKEY STREET OFF CARIB ROAD, P.O. BOX
NP-7060, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/naturalization should not be granted; should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 12" day of February, 2010 to the Minister responsible for







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52wk-Low - Lowest closing price in last 52 wees .
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Today's Close - Current day's weighted price for daily volume
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nationality,and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



40.75 9.90 Bahamas Property Fund : 0.992 z BY x
17.00 - 5.50 Bank of Bahamas 5,90 5.90 0.244
0.58 0.58. Benchmark 0.63 0.58. 1,000 _-0.877 J
13.49 3.15 _Bahamas-Waste 3.15 3.15 cay 0.168 A NOTICE OF SALE :
2.15 2.14 Fidelity Bank 2.37 2.37 0.055 :
13.43 9.62 . Cable Bahamas 13.43 13.43 1.406 .
2.88 2.72 Colina Holdings 2.72 2.72 ~ 0,249 The Town Court Management Company
‘7.00 5.00 Commonwealth Barik (S1) 6.76 6.76 0.419 k “4 TNO ong H
3.65 2.21 Consolidated Water BDRs _ 2.56 2.55 0.114. ; (hereafter the Company”) Invites offers for
2.55 1.32 Doctor's Hospital 255 * 2.55 0.627 : the purchase of ALL THAT Unit Number A-10
7.80 5.94 Famguard . % 6.49 6.49 0.420 B : , sme 3
11.80 8.75 Finco 9.27 9.27 0.322 0: ; of The Town Court Condominiums situate on
10.45 9.80 FirstCaribbean Bank 10.00 10.06 0.631 is fl : 7 ;
mee 375 Focal (S) 77 re apa ne. aa - Nassau Street in the Western District of the Island
1.00 1.00. Focol Class B Preference ; . 0.000 0.000 N/M 0.00% of New Providence being a one bedroom/one
0.30 0.27 Freeport Concrete 0.035 0.000 7.7 0.00%| : : : E
5.59" 5.00 ICD Utilities 0.407. 0.500 13.7 8.94% bath unit together with ALL THAT 1.26% share

F J. S. Johnson 0.952 0.640 10.5 6.43% ; ini

sip eat eno in the common property of the Condominiums.

The Company makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the state of repair
of the unit or the building within which it is

situate.

The Company will sell under Power of Sale
contained in a Declaration of Condominium of
Town Court Condominiums dated 8" October
1979 which is recorded in Book 3189 at pages

366 to 405.

offers. ee

; 71,3535 CFAL Bond Fund 1.4460 0.51 6.15 31-Jan-10

2.8869 2.8266 . CFAL MSI Preferred Fund 2.9061 0.66 -1,23 31-Jan-10 ,
1.5154 1.4398 CFAL Money Market Fund 1.5154 0.53 5.25 42-Feb-10 eee Pa 9 ;
3.2025 2.9343 Royal Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund 3.2025 2.75 -3.54 31-Jan-00 TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of: the purchase
13.4296 12.6816 Royal Fidelity Prime Income Fund 13.4296 5.58 5.90 31-Oct-09 price at the time of contract and the balance upon
103.9873 93.1999 ! CFAL Global Bond Fund 103.9873 3.41 3.44 31-Dec-09 * : : eR ae,
101.7254 96.4070 CFAL Global Equity Fund 101.7254 5.52 5.52 31-Dec-09 completion within Sixty (60) days of contract.
1.0943 1.0000 ‘FG Financial Preferred Income Fund 1.0943 0.41 5.21 10-Jan-10 é
1.0801 1.0000 . FG Financial Growth Fund 1,0801 1.13 4.56 40-Jan-10 :
1.0972 1.0000 FG Financial Diversified Fund 4.0972 0.60 5.40 10-Jan-10 This sale is subject to a reserve price. The
9.5795 9.1005 Royal Fidelity Bah Int'l Investment Fund 9.5795 5.33 5.33 31-Dec-09 . ; 3

; Principal Protected TIGRS, Series 1 mes Fs Company reserves the right to reject any and all
11.2361 10.0000 Royal Fidelity Bah Int! Investment Fund 11.2361 12.36 12.36 31-Dec-09 " ?

Interested persons may submit written offers
addressed to the Attorney S. Smith, P. O Box
N-272, Nassau, Bahamas to be received no later
than the close of business on the 1* day of March
2010.

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THE Securities Commission
is considering whether to give
its executive director the
authority to administer all
aspects of the Securities Indus-
try Act and Investment Funds
Act, as it moves to expand the
‘fast track’ process for the
licensing of Bahamas-domiciled
SMART fund models, -

Peggy Knowles, acting man-
ager for the Commission’s
authorisations department, told
an industry briefing that the
regulator’s 2010 initiatives
included the streamlining of the
licensing process, updates on
the regulatory process related
to financial and corporate ser-
vice providers (FCSPs), and the
obligations of unrestricted

investment fund administrators |

with regard to the filing of
funds they license.

In particular, the Securities
Commission is looking to
increasingly delegate authority
to the executive director with
regards to the administration

of the Securities Industry Act,
Investment Funds Act 2003 and

‘Financial and Corporate Ser-

vice Providers Act.

Prior to 2009, delegated
authority was granted to the
executive director to
license/register Recognised For-
eign Funds under the Invest-
ment Funds Act, and associated
persons under the Securities
Industry Act.

In 2009, the Commission
extended the delegation of
authority to include all matters

related to the administration of

the Financial and Corporate
Service Providers. Act, with the
exception of enforcement mat-
ters. Consideration is now being
given to authorising the execu-
tive director to administer all

aspects of both the Securities’

Industry. Act and the Invest-
ment Funds Act.

Mrs Knowles, though, said
this authority will be limited to
licensing and other day-to-day
matters, and will not include

enforcement, which will con-
tinue to be addressed under the
Commission’s disciplinary
process.

She also gave an update on
the inclusion, in 2009, of sever-
al SMART Models Funds
(Models 4, 5 and 6) into the
Commission’s fast tracking
process. This was established
in 2004, and provides for appli-
cations for investment funds
offered solely to accredited or
professional investors to be

‘considered for approval with-
‘in 72 hours of receipt.
Mrs Knowles also gave a

reminder, on the Securities
Commission’s stale-dating pol-

icy. This addresses an applica-

tion which, upon review by the
Commission, is found to be
deficient and, if not made

whole. within 90 days, will be

cancelled.

An applicant desirous of con-
tinuing the application process
will have to re-apply,and begin
the application process again.

- Unrestricted investment fund
aduri nistra tors were also

adedsalNsiads

Regulator moves O:
delegated authori



reminded that they have to file
for and provide the prescribed
documentation for funds they
have licensed.
Administrators failing to
comply with this provision with-

in 30 days of licensing will be

assessed a penalty fee according

_ to Section 13(5) of the Invest-

ment Funds Act.

Mrs Knowles said adminis-
tration of the Financial and
Corporate Service Providers
Act had traditionally been lim-
ited to the application and

. renewal process for both indi-

vidual and company licensees.
This approach, she added,
would be.changed to include

these licensees as, part of the .

full regulatory oversight pro-
gramme.

This will entail, in addition
to the existing review at the
application stage, both off-site
and onsite monitoring. License
certificates are now granted in
perpetuity until the licensee

‘either surrenders it or il js,

revoked for cause by. the
inspector.

PUBLIC NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, JUDITH

DELORES STUBBS intend to change my
name to JUDITH DELORES COOPER If there

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

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that ALAIN KUNZ of SEAVIEW
DRIVE, P.O. BOX N-1417, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration/naturalization should
not be granted, should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 19t* day of JANUARY, 2010 to
the Minister responsible for paleey and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-
7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTIGE is hereby:given that MARVIN BROWN of Golden
Gates #2, P.O.BOX N-154, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying. to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The

Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/naturalization should not be granted, should

send a written and signed statement of the facts within -

twenty-eight days from the 19° day of FEBRUARY, 2010
to the Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship,
-P.O..Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

Legal Notice _

NOTICE...
HEXATRADE CORP.

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named

Company is in dissolution, which commenced on
the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator
‘is Argosa Corp. Inc. P: 0. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas.

!

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
ES (Liquidator)
/ . }

_ Legal Notice

NOTICE | |
BRAY CORPORATION

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby en that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on
the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator
is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. 0. Box N-7757 Nassau,
“Bahamas.

. ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)

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Legal Notice

NOTICE
GRUS HOLDINGS LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named

‘Company is in dissolution, which commenced on |
the 18th day of February 2010. The Liquidator |

is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas. '

. ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)

Legal Notice

NOTICE
HAIFA LIMITED

‘(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on

the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator |

is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas.. _

)

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
'~ (Liquidator)

Legal Notice

NOTICE,
TUVALU S.A.

- (In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named

~Company is in dissolution, which commenced on |
the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator |

is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas.

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)







NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
: (No.46 of 2000)

AMBROSE HOLDINGS LIMITED
IBC N° 128346B

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 137 (1)(g)
of the. International Business Companies Act, (No. 46 of 2000),

AMBROSE HOLDINGS LIMITED has been dissolved
and has been struck off the Register of Companies with effect from
the 22nd day of January of 2010.










Legal. Notice

NOTICE
ASTRID OFFSHORE

fot pA,

HOLDINGS LT

(In Voluntary Liquidation)



| ‘Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on
the'17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator
| is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7787 Nassau,
Bahamas.

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)

Legal Notice a are: |

NOTICE .
SEA SHELLS VALLEY INC.

An Noluntary: Liquidation)

| “fe Notices ‘Hereby ‘given that” the above- named
: Company is In dissolution, which commenced on
| the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator:

| is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
| Bahamas.

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)



- NOTICE OF SALE

The Town Court Management. Company
(hereafter “the Company”) invites offers for
the purchase of ALL THAT Unit Number C-45
of The Town Court Condominiums situate on
Nassau Street in the Western District of the Island
“of New Providence being a two bedroom/ one
' bath unit together with ALL THAT 1.56% share
in the common property of the Condominium.

The Company makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the state of repair
of the. unit or the building within which it is
situate. —

The Company will sell under Power of Sale
contained in a Declaration of Condominium for
Tow n Court Condominium dated 8" October
1979 which is recorded in Book 3189 at pages
366 to 405.

TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price
at the time of contract and the balance upon
completion within Sixty (60) days of contract,

This sale is subject to a reserve price. The
Company reserves the right to reject any and all
offers.

Interested persons may submit written offers
addressed to the Attorney SSS, P. a Box N-272
Nassau, Balianias to be received no later than the

close of business on ‘the 1°

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Drug Plan set to create business opportunities

THE Government’s National Pre-
scription Drug will create opportuni-
ties for Bahamian entrepreneurs to
enter the pharmacy business, while
giving existing firms expansion oppor-
tunities, the minister of health said.

Dr Hubert Minnis, in a recent
address to Exuma-based health pro-
fessionals, said the $8 million plan
would attract more customers to pri-
vate pharmacies by giving its 90,000
members the choice of accessing their
drugs from both the public and pri-
vate sectors.

“What is unique about the plan is
that an individual from Exuma who
travels to New Providence or Grand
Bahama, or any other Family Island,

can obtain their medication from any
participating private pharmacy in that
particular island, so they do not have
to wait to get back to Exuma or trav-
el to New Providence to the Princess
Margaret Hospital or one of our oth-
er institutions,” Dr Minnis said

“But what it also does, because
there is only one pharmacy here in
Exuma, is it offers a great opportuni-
ty for private sector entrepreneurship
or even expansion of the one particu-
lar pharmacy, because within the

mainland here in Exuma there are at
least about 50 diabetics and about 120
hypertensives, but throughout the
Exumas chain itself you’re talking
about at least about 200 diabetics and
300 hypertensives.”

Dr Stanley Lalta, project manager
for the National Drug Plan, explained
that under the programme partici-
pating pharmacies will send their
expected sales requirements to the
Drug Plan, which will then collaborate
with the Bahamas National Drug
Agency in a tender process to estab-
lish contracts with wholesaler-distrib-

-utors.

This tender process will include

_ more than 160 formulary drugs and

medical supplies. Dr Lalta said phar-
macies will then make their own

. arrangements to purchase drugs from

the contracted suppliers at the agreed
prices, and will send copies of. their
orders to the Drug Plan, while sup-
pliers will also provide the Drug Plan
with copies of their invoices.

In the first phase of the National
Prescription Drug Plan, members
including NIB pensioners, NIB
invalids and children will receive Drug
Plan formulary medications free of



HEALTH MINISTER Dr Hubert Minnis addresses Exuma-based health professionals...

charge at participating pharmacies.
When filling in prescriptions they will

electronic processing in five to eight
seconds. Accepted claims will then
be logged for payment.

John Parotti, pharmacist at
Smithie’s Pharmacy, the one private
pharmacy on Exuma, described the
National Prescription Drug Plan as

“an excellent plan”.

“If it works out as they say it’s going
to, it will help a lot of people in Exu-
ma, a lot of people who can’t afford
their medication. We have a lot of
elderly patients who, when the gov-
ernment clinic is out of stock, can’t
afford to buy what they need so
they’re not being treated properly,”
Mr Parotti said.

Jessica Stubbs, supervisor of nurses
for Exuma and Ragged Island, added:
“I do agree with the plan because
there are some persons who are in a
| — position where they can’t afford the

* medication, and so this is going to
make a way for them to be able to
have.access to it, which is good. |

“Persons who are in fear of their
inability to purchase medication, that
will be alleviated, and so just knowing
that there is hope for their condition
makes people feel better, so that’s a °

present a swipe membership card to
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$6,300.ONO
ph# 466-8461 / 392-0501



Honda Accord, 1998 Fully loaded, silver
exterior, black and grey int, HID Head lights,
GSM Alarm, sound system, DVD Player, 20”

Chrome Rims, Brand New Rims and Tires, A/C
Cold, sunroof Chrome Accessories $9,000 ONO
= . 425-7768/325-8155

2



2001 HONDA INSPIRE,
$7,500 ONO,
Also 2005 Ford F-150,
asking $15,000 ONO
ph# 395-7670/ 436-1998





BBF #464
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
22” chrome rims, chrome door handles, HID
lights, Pwr everything, A/C,
asking $14,500 ONO .
ph# 376-6613

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

2002 INFINITY 135
Black with black leather, sunroof, 6cd in-dash
changer, power everything, wood trim, great
condition, cold a/é, rear power sunshad
$9,500 o.b.0
525-1472

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

BBF #469
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 1



THE TRIBUNE



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

IBBF #477
. 2004 Dodge Ram,
clean inside out, newly painted, 26” Chrome
rims, asking $26,000 ONO, Also 2001 Lexus
IS300, Excellent condition,
asking $10,000 Ono
ph# 426-8179 / 426-8180

BBF #478 :
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

BBF #479 .

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,

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

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

BBF #497
2003 DODGE RAM,
silver, double cab, long bed, Pwr everything;
Need engine wrk, asking $7,500 ONO
ph# 535-9181 / 361-0184

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

BBF #512 i \
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

BBF #518
1995 BMW 325},
5 extra’ original tires, booming system, fully ©
cusiomize, led tale lights, angle eye halo head

lights, asking $5;500 ONO serious inquires only

ph# 423-5560 / 392-4516

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2007 Dodge Dakota sit,

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

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

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

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

2002 HONDA ACCORD,
clean in/out, 22’ slim rims,$5,500 without rims,
W/ Sound aan $6,000, $1,500 for rims
alone, SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!!! call 468-
~ '. ‘5832/361-4809 .e



BBF #527 ‘
HONDA ACCORD COUPE, ;
Balck on black, leather interior, 18” Chrome
Factory rims, Chrome Grill, clean title, asking
$28,500 ONO,

2002 Honda Civic si, Hatch back,
Standard shift, silver, $8,5000NO
ph 324-6356/454-7473

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BBF #528 :
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 4

BBF #530 .
06 PONTIAC SPORT GRAND AM
Also include. In the box brand new men’s gold
Movado watch retail for $1,695 included with
car, 15,000 with rims and
$13,000 without ph# 44-88-546

2007 Jeep Commander,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
bank financing is available,
$19,500 ONO,

Call: 426-4565

2008 FORD RANGER
. Black exterior. 16000 miles, clean title
$21,500.06 obo
Mint condition.
Call 427-7095 or 362-2855





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2005 HONDA ACCORD,
leather interior, 20” rims, very clean,
asking $14,500 ono
ph# 468-2740

BBF. #534 :
ea als 2005 FORD F-150
Sitting on 22” rims, Custom engine.and dual
exhaust, A/C, Touch Screen DVD/ CD Player,
W/ Cell Phone interface, .asking $20,000 ONO
phi# 434-3055 / 677-5230

BBF #543
2006 HONDA ACCORD,
2dr, V-6, 5- Speed, leather sunroof, asking
$15,000 OBO, ‘Also 06 Chyrsler Seabring. Blue
‘exterior, grey int, low miles asking $5,500 OBO
PH# 393-3622-456-4399

BBF #536 ~ ‘
1999 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT
AIC, Well taking care of,
asking $7,000 ONO
ph# 434-3055 / 677-5230

2004 HONDA ACCORD
Champaigne exterior, Tan interior, New 20” rims
and tires, must see to appreciate, asking
- $11,000 OBO Fin available for hotel and

government workers, Phone #341-7322

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

PH# 322-1137

BBF #539
_ 1998 CHEVY 1500
extended cab, excellent working truck, asking
$4,500, Also a hotdog stand for sale, _
make an offer, call for further info,
ph# 535-0024 / 448-8505

2000 HONDA ACCORD
Asking $4,500 obo
, ph#376 0857 or 324-2406

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 # 648

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 #099 :
1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VAN
Brown exterior, AC, good condition

$3,000.00
Call 325-9185 cell 456-8584

TRIB #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.

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 sz
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

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



inlet oN

399
2003 CADILLAC CTS
Black exterior with tan leather interior -
AC, CD. $10,500.00. (negotiable)
Call 432-6859 or 361-0211

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



RIB #398 : 2
- 2000 BMW 328i SEDAN
Silver exterior with grey interior,
sunroof, AC, CD
$10,500.00 (negotiable)
call 432-6859 or 361-0211.

PACKAGE DEAL
: . 2004 F-150,

Fully loaded, 20’ chrome, booming system,
excellent condition, 2002 Ninja 600, Chrome
Accessories and.frame, excellent running
condition, High performance muffler, package
deal, asking $14,500 ONO owner leavingh
island! Ph# 328-3347(leave message)

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





E TRIBUNE



RIB #408
1995 LEXUS GS-300
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 3
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.

1994 HONDA PRELUDE
Red exteror with black interior.
$3,800.00

k 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)

RIB #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.

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

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



RIB #488 ;
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



BSSSS
RIB #490-C
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



RIB #493
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior grey interior. Just in from US.
Fully loaded. $12,900.00
Call 324-4416 cell 424-4080





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

RIB #498

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



FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 5





RIB #501
2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exteror with grey interior.
Standard shift, 4x4, very clean
$18,000.00 ono
Call 362-1928 cell 436-7354

RIB #508
1997 JAPANESE HONDA ACCORD
Red exterior.
Asking $1800.00
Call 393-1652

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 $16,500.00 Negotiable
Call 427-2125 or 326-2579

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



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

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

RIB #513 ‘i
1996 TOYOTA WINDOM
Black exterior with white right hand drive
$2000.00
Ac, clean and good condition
Call 395-0326 cell 468-3903

5 #514
1999 HONDA ACCORD
: Dintkegneen exterior wittn tan/leather imfiertom, 2
niinxonsg, sunroof, 20” rims,.clean in amuilcntf, ss
7,‘500.00 ommn:
@all 361-5472 oelll 425-0321 on 423-7 11G5 |

RIB #515
HONDA ACCORD SEDAN 2007
Only 14000 miles.
Excellent condition/ Like New
Automatic everything.
Price $26000.00
Call 376-1456

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

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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

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

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RIB #524

2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Orange exterior exterior black interior
$11,500.00 ono Just iim from US 4 seater, fuly
loaded, tow mies,, meniigation system moonroof.
Must swe very clean. :
Cell 525-G553 cell 376-8378

RIB #525
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

RIB #526
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

RIB #527
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



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









THE TRIBUNE

°2003 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior, black interior, 2 door coupe
$7,000.00 ono. AC, CD player, auto, 2 door,
sound system, loud alarm, clean interior &
exterior, clean engine, runs smooth, power
windows & lock, sunroof. 361-8467 or 558-4810

RIB #692
2003 FORD FOCUS SVT
Red exterior with black interior. Top of the line
focus, 6 speed, fully loaded, 6 disc Cd changer
leather out, sound system, 19” rims ~
Car in excellent condition. Very fast car
must sell.
Call 328-0677 cell 556-1215

RIB #532
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

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



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





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

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

RIB #54 3
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.

AS
RIB #551
2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Grey exterior with grey interior.
$4,500.00 As Is. Just serviced,
cool AC, good condition.
; Call 525-3742

1991 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 coors
$5,000.00 negotiable,
sunroof, leather interior, power windows and
seats, automatic. Call 328-4850

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RIB #576
1999 TOYOTA AVALON
White exerior with beige interior. Must sell
4 doors, 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 ;
2002 FORD F-150 TRUCK.

White exterior, grey interior. Must sell, 6
cylinder, manual windows/locks/AM/FM Radio
cassette player, air conditioned Asking
$8,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758

RIB #635

1999 PORSCHE BOXTER
Pearl silver exterior with black/leather interior
Convertible, manual 5 speed, custom wheels,
great condition, No accidents, runs excellent.
Everything works.

$26,000.00:
Call (242)466-3954

RIB #636 i
1996 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 exteric” with black interior, 4 doors
AC, C\’, Just lik ew, clean title, low mileage.
Justin fron he states, fully serviced
Asking $30,000.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205






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

SS

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

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

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 7



‘RIB #689
2007 DODGE RAM
Grey exterior with grey interior
$25,000.00
P/S. P/W. P/C, AC, CD player
$16,000.00 miles.
Call 393-0998

RIB #652
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 HID's! Always
serviced on time. Excellent condition!
Drives and runs great! $15,800 o.b.o -
Call 324 6922

RIB #656
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Clean sunroof, dvd, set 18" chrome rims
butterfly doors. $7,500.00 0.b.o
1(242) 442-7995 / 1 (242) 441-4750 Freeport

TRIB #657

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





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SS
RIB #660
1998 FORD E-150 CARGO VAN
White exterior with grey interior
$3,500.00
Good running condition
Cell 427-2631 (hm) 323-6702

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RIB #666
LYFORD CAY MERCEDES
400 SERIES 2003 S 430 Model, Only 30,000
miles.

One owner, originally purchased for $130,000!
Asking only $28,500. Once in a lifetime deal!
Air-conditioned garage kept, Like New.
Call 427-3588.

é 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 #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





reen Ford Ranger XLT
A/C, Shah clean in and out.

$4,500 ONO
Tel 225-3666






2000 NISSAN LIBERTY
Silver exterior with silver interior. Mini van
: $7,000.00
Excellent condition, AC, rims. Fully automatic.
call 677-5174 or 396-6119 or 565-8791

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

RIB #675
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

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








2001 HONDA CIVIC
Tan exterior with gold interior.
$5,299.00 ono
immaculate condition, standard shift,
Contact 454-8614 or 393-3008"

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. $7,700.00 ono

' Clean title, 4 cylinder, stick shift, mp3 player

Leather iriterior, 4 door, cold air intake
racing clutch. motivated seller.
Leave amessage. —
Call 341-4631 cell 376-2178

RIB #687 _—-
1993 TOYOTA SURF: DIESEL
Blue exterior with dark blue interior
Running great, no problem, solid, alarm, CD
player. Serious inquiries only. $3, 900.00
Just drive.
Call 341-8109 cell 454-3859

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










VEL

[TRIB #693

i 2008 HONDA Ex

| Dark blue exterior with grey interior. Fully
loaded, O09 front end, car is clean in and out,

| under 12,000 miles. In mint condition

Selling for less than its value

Asking $19,000 cush price in nég
Call 328-0677 cell. 556-1215 in mint condition.
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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 better arrangement.
Call me now! 375-5573 ,341-2734 or 341-2451

RIB #691 ;
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Grey exterior with blue interior. super saloon
$4,000.00
Call 428-2510 or 455-0507

RIB #711
2005 FORD MUSTANG GT
Blue exterior with grey & black interior, 2 door
coupe. Very fast & fun car, cold AC, low ~
mileage, 30,000, 5.0 engine. In immaculate
condition. You can’t lose.
Call 376-4541

#709

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






TRIB #694 ;
2002 GMC TRAIL BLAZER
White exterior with grey interior.
$8,00.00 ono
2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
White As is.
$2,500.000n0
Call.392-0737 cell 434-3004



White exterior, blue interior, 2 door, Standard

shift, remote start-up, pager alarm, Ac, good

condition, pioneer I-pod player. Serious inquiries
; only.

Cell 426-3878

TRIB #700
2000 MECEDES BENZ A-160

White exterior with grey interior. Hatch back.
$5500 ono. Right hand drive.

Cell 376-9336



TRIB #71
2002 :Honda Accord Special Edition
2 Door White with tan interior. Factory- Rims,
Alarm, cp Player, Sunroof Power Everything.
Full Tank of Gas On Delivery. Priced for quick,

‘gale. Agking 7000.00 OBO fj
Contact: 4481 094 or 4338164

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BBF #550
‘ 1997 Nissan Maxima,
bik, leather seats, running,
must see to appreciate,
asking $4,000 OBO
ph# 392-7934 / 565-4613.


























RIB #704 ‘

YALE FORKLIFT
7,000 cap
$12,000.00
Excellent condition, diesel.
Call 377-3191 or 556-5098

2005 CHEVY COLORADO
4 cylinder $11,500.00
2002 DODGE STRATUS
4 cylinder. $5,500.00
Cell 525-6268

2002 FORD EXPLORER
Gold exterior. Good condition
$8,500.00 obo
Contact 356-0886 or 422-0510

RIB#688
2002 GMC_ Yukon XL
Fully loaded sunroof, leather, CD, AC, PW, PL
. $$9,700.00 o.b.o
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix loaded sunroof, leather,
PL, PW, AC, CD player, $5,800.00
2004 Chevy Silverrado Z71
$13,500.00 0o.b.o
426-5941



RIB #721
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue exterior with grey interior, super
saloon. $3,500.00
Cell 455-0507







RIB #695
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with tan leather interior, 20” .
chrome rims, flip out DVD player.
$6,000.00
Call 361-1907 cell 455-5893

RIB #710
2005 HONDA CIVIC
Burgundy exterior, grey interior, 2 door sedan
$7,000.00 ;
Great steal price for a limited time only, power
everything, automatic everything, cool Ac, Just
over 40,000 miles. License until Aug 2010
Serious inquiries please. 361-0179,436-
0027 ,324-6206



just in from the U S 2007 Nissan Altima 2.5 S
Blue
exterior and black cloth interior. PUSH BUTTON
TO START. Keyless

entry....car never mashed. $ 23,500 ONO under

40 k miles. Serious
enquires only. 376-7740







1996 AUDI A 4
Green exterior, black & grey interior,a/c
sunroof,very clean in & out, leather interior and
cd player, no key entry & alarm system.
$3,500.00 neg.
Ph: 558-9963 or 636-6628

BBF #551

_ 2002 Ford F-150
Double cab, asking $10,000 OBO
ph# 434-6847



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CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition low miles $7,200
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241

BBF #521
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 $536
2009 TOYOTA HILUX CREW CAB TRUCK.
A/C C/Dradio with only 9k miles.
Full Power, extremely clean, and
Price to save you thousands.
$34,995.00.
Ph. 361-000 or 424-0035.

RIB #717 . .
1998 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY JEEP
Green exterior with leather brown interior
$8;500.00
Call 558-7198 or 556-9029.



RIB #686 ’ }
silver 2004 Lexus ES300
Special Edition
platinum silver exterior, black interior
iv,navigation,cd player,Hid lights,Fogs,
traction control,electronic rear curtain,
front, side, and rear curtain airbags.
Never in Accident, Clean Title
$15,000
324-6096 454-6553







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RIB #726
2000 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 430
Silver exterior with dark grey interior,
fully loaded, AC, CD player. sunroof, clean Must
sell, owner'leaving Island. Make an offer. S
Bose system, AC
$11,500 .00

Call 535-5668

RIB #724
1995 CHEVY IMPALA

With GD player, $5,700.00
2002 FIREBIRD

$3,500.00 Cell 426-4893

RIB #718

2002 MITSUBISHI ECLIPE
Red exterior, tan/leather interior. Fully loaded,
low miles, sunroof. Just in, clean title, special
edition. $7,500.00 obo. CD player, Ac, power
everything, dual transmission, automatic to
standard shift. Excellent condition, must see.
328-4623 or 558-3892

RIB #720 _—
1998 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior with black/leather interior,
AC, CD, sound system, 18” rims, runs
excellent. Call-361-1055 cell 434-9640

ANY

RIB#703
26 FT. FORMULA TWIN D3
160 Volvo Penta Diesel engines with cBIN
AND TRAILER. $40,000 O.N.O.PH: 242-
337-0171 OR 242-357-1274

1999 Vitz- Red, immaculate condition, lady
owned, A/C, Tint windows, Pwr Everything, fully
serviced, must see to appreciate, Very low
mileage, excellent on Gas, 1.2I engine
asking $6,500 ONO PH# 424-8369
(Kylaraston @ yahoo.com

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 speed. Very safe
boat. $34,000. Call 427-3588.

SAILING BOAT FOR SALE
$1500.00 obo
lt doubles as a kayak. Call Glenn 424-1808

RIB #517

28 FT BERTRAM ‘

Twin Gas engines(fresh water cooled) GPS, E
depth finder, fridge, stove, head. Well Ri
maintaines, Great fishing/ family boat

Price: $24,000.00 ono
Moved up to larger boat.
Tel: 362-1363 or 427-0103

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

Black exterior with AC, and CD changer.

RIB #725

* 2004 FORD EXPLORER JEEP
Green exterior with dark grey interior
$11,000.00 ono ..

Very good condition, AC, power windows,

new tires 3

Call 324-3568 cell 424-5840 or 457-1210 |.

silver 2004 Lexus ES300
Special Edition
platinum silver exterior, black interior
tv,navigation,cd player,Hid lights,Fogs,
traction control,electronic rear.curtain,
front, side, and rear curtain airbags.
Never in Accident, Clean Title
$15,000 324-6096 454-6553

BBF #520

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.

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

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

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BBF #548
2000 Toyota Platz — silver,
immaculate condition, lady owned, A/C, Tint
~f windows, Pwr Everything, fully sarviced, must
see to appreciate, Very low mileage, excellent
on Gas, 1.31 engine, asking $7,800 ONO
424-8369 email kylaralston@yahoo.com



BBF #544 :
2003 Honda Accord, EX,
4 dr, white exterior, w/ tan leather interior,
6 disc CD Changer, navigation touch

, screen, alarm system,

asking $12,500 ONO
; ph# 429-4770

1 month tribune issue 74 048

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

1979 42 FT POST
WHITE SPORTFISHMAN -

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

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









BBF #424
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"

BBF #463
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 #992 _—iz. . .
2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White. on white. $60,000.00 obo
Serial # 2204152431/2204158263.
Serious inquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

2000 37’ Tiara
Twin 450hp Cummins |
Diesels, 8KW generator
2 A/C Units, Furuno GPS &
Radar, Auto Pilot
Reduced: $175K OBO

Ph. 457-4456 or 394-6058

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

: NS ~~ . S

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

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

BBF #465

2003 39’ MIDNIGHT EXPRESS

witriple 2005-275HP Mercury Verados witrailer,
duty paid, $130,000.ONO,
Call: 359-3212 or 457-2676

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

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

KAYAK FOR SALE
EXCELLENT CONDITION
$700.00
Call 376-2481

MERCURY 225
BOAT ENGINE
Extended shaft.
Er.
$5,000.00
Call 242-322-
6324 cell 242:
636-5222

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 11

2607 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
(242)332-2230
RICHARD @WESTVANINC.COM

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

SSNS

NEW Yamaha VX700 Wave Runner.
Includes (2) Two Life Vests. Cash sale
price $8,200.00.Call 393-0262.

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.

RIB #507

"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





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SS
RIB #555
1988 22FT BAYLINER TROPHY CABIN
2009 Yamaha 200 hrs, trailer included
or engine seperat.e 9k

0
2007 SEADOO GTX LTD
witrailer, mint condition. 25hrs. Dealer
maintained. Asking 12,500.00

. $17
393-7893 or 424-4416 Ask for Lauren. Call 361-2646 cell 434-1130-

RIB #490 :
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle.
New model and colors.
125cc 4 Stroke engine, Great quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a great price.

BBF #532
2006 YAMAHA R6 600CC
$4,900 OBO,

i to $,2495.00!!
Call: 556-4616 Cash price slashed to $ 00

393-0262.

RIB #417
VESPA PIAGGIO 200CC
- Excellent condition, low mileage, 2 helmets,
removable windscreen. $3,500.00
Call 376-2481

BBF #540
s 2006 SYM Scotter,
silver and blue w/ helmet, good condition, for
; 900

ph# 356-0617 / 565-2115 —

res

y
tires for sale, NanKang, Kuhmo, Falken, Nexxen,

$135 225-40-18 $135 225-35-20 $180

$90
$110 215-45-17 $110
. HID Lights $180
Cail: 434-4054 or 323-4365

225-45-17

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.

5

20” Platinum Shield 5 Hole rims,
asking $950 ONO ©

ph# 364-5662 / 465-4612

Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618



Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New

$115 265






26 FT FORMULA
Twin D3, 160 volvo penta diesel engines with
‘ cabin and trailer, white trim red.
$40.000.00 ono
Call 1-242-337-0171
cell 1-242-357-1274




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



BBF #493

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

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

RIB #491

Generator Saie.
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.



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

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"

RIB #490-B d : ;
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. .

RIB #640 .
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



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











RIB #444 ;
"Generac Automatic Stanc'by Generators.
Prices starting from 52,995.00.
Units in stock. Contact us at 393-7873
for more information"

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

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

RIB #537
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

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

Call 341-0460
or
465-0291



RI #523
For Rent: Soundproof Portable Diesel
Generator Set, :
Rated for 100Kw Stand By OR 90 Kw Prime
Call 427-9531.

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

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

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

DUAL SIM, TV
Phone Mp3,
Mp4,+2GB

MEM, FM Radio

bluetooth, torchlight

8.0 MegaPixel

Camera Now only
$200
‘Tel:
341-0460 or
465-0291

RIB #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 Waits to 2600 Watts
available. Call 393-0262



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.

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



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 in

Call 525-6223

DUAL SIM Phone
Mp3, Mp4,+ 2GB
MEM, Bluetooth,
Video & sound recorder, Camera,
many more functions. $200 only
341-0460 or 465-0291





/FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 13



RIB #712
NEW AND USED PARTS
Maxima, Altima
- Radiators, fans.
Call 341-2305 cell 454-7111

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



RIB #412 ;

PSPs & MP5s
Support Nintendo & Gameboy
TV in/out 4GB & 8GB
$185.00
Call 341-0460 or 465-0291

Ss

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

Xbox 360 elite
$450
game included, |.
Psp go $400 game
.included,

Call 341-5933,
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‘Call or Text 4 Sizes & Colours
TEL/FAX:(242)341-7909 OR (342)468-5730 ©
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* Generators

+ Scaffolds

« Wet Saws

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Lowest \
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Scaffold price start at
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es (242) 436-9511

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Spealizing in Children’s. Party Themes

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“We do.all aspecis of Pest Control for
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Exuma Office: (242)225-2286
Mobile:(242)432-7930
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NO DIARRHEA, NO HEART PALPITATION

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° Window & Wall A/C U: «Starts @ $ 75.00
° Central & Ductless Gas Up Starts @ $ 85.00
° Window & Wall A/C Unit Up. .Starts @ $250.00
° Ductless A/C Unit ........... 7 -Starts @ $500.00

Starting only $99.99
¢ Central A/C Unit .... tarts @ $1,100.00

Spanish, French, etc.
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CELL FOR LESS
Blackberry Bold 9000
$425.00

Wifi Lg incite
$300.00
Wifi blackberry pear!
$275.00

Call 357-4790

*CELL PHONE SALE*
LG Cookie/Shine...$240
Moto Rokr...$170
Moto ZN200 (Photo
shown)...$170

-> Nokia E63...$330
Moto Razr2 V8...$260

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

Brand New Unlocked I-
Phone 3g, 8gb, black
and 100% Genuine, not
clone, latest Software.
3.1.2 asking $600.00
OBO
ph# 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

\

RIB #531 5 : ;

_, . Acer race With FREE Sleeve. - a
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:

Peni 2 $539.99. Call 323.6315 ‘

HELLO KITTY
TOUCHSCREEN
Dual sim, 2GB Mp3,
Mp4, FM radio
camera, Btooth for
$200.00
Also Iphone style with
tv for $220

Call’ 341-0460
or
359-0339

. “BLACKBBERRY
PHONES (All Wifi!)*
Blackberry BOLD
9000/9700. @:..$590
Blackberry CURVE

8520...$440 -
Blackberry CURVE
8320...$340
Blackberry PEARL
Zs 8120...$340

For more information call
364-9001 / 558-3267

or
558-3268
A

ANDROID WIFI
NS PHONE
“SQ Touch screen, dual sim,
b.tooth, dual cameras,
| video & sound recorder,
2 movies download
Features Free Overseas
- Calls.
Priced $300.00
For limited time.

Call 341-0460/465-0291

RIB #535. : .
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 (802.11q)]}:

- Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.
! Call 323.6315.

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. LAYAWAY OPTION.
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;.
3 or
465-0291

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.



HP:Laptop with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: 2GB RAM; 2 GHZ;
460 HD; WIFI; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7; HDMI
Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
LAYAWAY: OPTION. Price from: $559.99
Call 323.6315.



RIB #528 ho :
Dell Vostro with FREE Sleeve «=
or 4GB Flash Drive: Includes 1GB Ram; 160GB
HD; WIFI; 3 in 1 PCl Card Slot; Memory Card
Reader; Windows Vista; CD/DVD RW; Anti.
Virus. 1 Year Warranty. Price: $499.
‘Call 323.6315







Comes with OS X; iLife; 2GB Ram; 250GB HD;



PHONES FOR SALE
Starting at $295.00
Brand new, reserve

yours today.
Call 454-9337

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
1 month tribune issue

dual cams, video
mp3/mp4 & fm radio
dual bluetooth
2 gb memory card
choice of 2 movie
$300.00

Tel 341-0460
or
465-0291

RIB #526 4
Dell Zino Desktop Special:

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

é $599.99. Call 323.6315.



Apple Macbook Sale:



Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 ‘Year Warrenty Sere at $999.
.. Call .6315.







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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE. 19



RIB #533

(HP Brand) comped. Lantos with FREE =
Sieve 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.

Toshiba Laptop with FREE SLEEVE . «uJ.
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 Acer Package
2" Widescreen monitor, AMD
Athlon2.6GHz processor,2GB DDR2
memory, 320GB hard drive, Super-Multi
DVD+RW drive, Windows Vista, Speakers,
Keyboard/Mouse. $600 0.b.0 525-1472

RIB #650
HOLLYWOOD WHITE
Skin Whitening Line
SEE RESULTS IN DAYSI!II!
MIRACLE GROW
Hair Growth Stimulator
No more embarrassing bald spots!
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856

MINI LAPTOPS WINDOWS
Ms word, wifi, excel install, all colors.
$300.00
call 324-9591

Clothing Store
Fixtures for Sale,
Brazilian Mannequins,
clothing racks, siat walls,
etc,
: ph# 356-2878 / 558-8582

RIB #585
GIVE THAT MAN WHAT HE REALLY WANTS
This Valentine.
2009 Lakers championship ring, just $100.00
Also man/ woman Gucci watches. $150.00
Cell 432-2428

NBA CAPS $15.00
Arm sleeve $12.00 or 2 for $20
Nba jersey $60 or 2 for 100
Call for more details. 432-2428

ROLEX
YELLOW GOLD
PERPETUAL
DATE
Bezel: Blue ceramic
rotatable
Dial: Blue
Bracelet: Oyster with
Rolex Glidelock clasp
Crystal: Sapphire
SERIOUS INQUIRY
ea ONLY
*Finally your chance to own extremely rare S WS
MINT dated coins. a PH (242) 465-2931
*You can collect them or wear as pendants,
Coins as low as $85*
*Call now 364-9001 or 558-3269*

RIB #411

50% OFF OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN
With new chrome lens. Also oil rigs just $60 Nba
jersey 60.00 2 for $100
cell 432-2428

#504
*OWN A PIECE OF THE BAHAMAS TODAY!*

BBF #552

Rent To Own Yamacraw Beach
Luxury 4 Bedroom 3 Baths Split Level House
Stand By generator, Alarm System, @
Washer/Dryer, AC, large walk in closet in the
master bedroom and Jacuzzi tub, (2 year
payment plan w/ no interest),
242-677-5390/242-677-4951

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
dollars. Just $20.00
Cell 432-2428

CANON DUPLEX COPIER,
laser printer, colour scanner, super:G3 fax
Paid $1,300 selling $750.00
cell 242-533-4190



: VE: ie. Pa
1GB RAM; 160GB Hard Drive; Windows XP;~
WEBCAM; WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus
Software. 1 Year Warranty. Call 323.6315.
Price: $399.99.



RIB 468 :
FOR SALE - BRAND NEW!

HP laptop 3 GB memory, 250 GB hard drive >
w/ webcam $680

* Dell Laptop 3:gb memory, 250 gb hard-drivemgge
w/webcam $670

Acer laptop 2 gb memory, 160 gb harddrive
w/webcam $600

Call 525-6223

100% HUMAN REMY My & SYNTHET! IC LACE

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

POLO LACOSTE
* SHIRTS
$45.00
NBA Caps $15.00 G-
Shocks watch $60.00

Call 432-2428

3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET
Love seat, sofa, chaise lounge
Was $3,900.00 now $2,900.00

available separately.
cell 242-533-4190

NEO SOCKET

As seen on tv. Save 20% on your gas bill
thats hundreds of dollars per year. Get yours

today and began saving. $40.00
Cell 432-2428



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ease : cars

TRUE 2 DOOR
_ BEVERAGE
COOLER
LIKE NEW.
$2,200.00 ONO
Call 362-6040

COUNTERS FOR ICE CREAM SHOP OR
DELI,
beautifully made pink and cream, reasonable
offers accepted,-
Call: 328-0002

“Sj 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 2008-2009
photo shoot with her puppies.
Call 392-6381 or 423-9159

RIB #646 ;
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

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

NEW FAMILY
STACKER
. Gas washer and
dryer
Only $925.00

Call 362-6040

ROBINSON AND MARATHON ROADS
AREA
All black, small, extremely loving
. Contact Tel: 436-9806
or

SHITZ-SHU
PUPS
FOR SALE

$450.00
each
Black
Female
Brown & black
Female
Mix white & multi
male had all their
shoots.
please

POR VALENTINES DAY

call 341-7386

RIB #664
ROTTWEILER/GERMAN SHEPHARD
Mix puppies, 4 males, 8 weeks old, had first
shots, dewormed. Large and big boned .
$500.00
Serious enquiries only. 535-7741

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



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

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

RIB #387 ’
GERMAN SHEPHERD & ROTTWEILER
Mixed puppies, 6 weeks old.
; $550.00 Male, $600.00 Female
For enclosed properties only. Cell 557-2234

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



HOT DOG
MACHINE $450,

Call: 328-0002

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



#481

Shitzu / poodle ,

males $500, Females $550, received first shot,
ph# 565-2994

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

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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TELEPHONE
325-7692/3; 325-2301,
323-5626

Gardens,50

x

Pinewood
100,$55,000
Sandilands
45,$70,000
Step Street,57 x 100,$70,000

Village,100 x

Springfield Estates,60 x
100,$75,000

Village Estates,50 - x
100,$75,000

St Vincent Rd. - ,60 x
100,$75,000

Victoria Gardens,60 x
100,$75,000

Off Johnson Rd.,5,000 sq.
ft., $76,000

Fox Hill,6,783 sq. ft.,$78,000
Nassau Village, Triplex
Lot,$80,000

Smith's Ville,60 x 100,$83,000
Serenity,60 x 100,$85,000
Hanna Rd.,Duplex Lot}$85,000

Gamble Heights,Duplex
Lot,$85,000

Bellot Rd. East,60 x
110,$85,000

Off East St South6o0 X
113,$85,000

Off Cowpen Rd.,52 x
112,$85,000

Kool Acres,100 x 65,$85,000
Off Carmichael Rd.,100 x
63, $85,000

South Seas,75 x 100,$90,000
Boatswain Hill,75 x
100,$92,000

Marshall Rd.,72 x 114
,$95,000

Southern - Heights,75 x
100,$95,000

Gamble Heighis, Triplex
Lot,$95,000

Bellot Rd., Triplex
Lots,$98,000 : s

Yuma Estates, 65 x
105,$99,500

Nia Della Rosa,Duplex
‘Lots,$100,000 /
Opulent Heighis, Triplex
Lot,$1.00,000

West Wind,Duplex
Lot,$115,000

Coral Heights East,8O x

110,$120,000
Lyford Hills;75 x 100,

$125,000

Westridge South,9,500_ sq.
ft., : $125, 000

‘Sea Beach Est.. ,50 x
125,$135,000 ee
Destiny Lakes, 95 x

100,$140,000
- Fire Trail, 100 x 100,$140, 000

Off Cowpen Rd.,Fourplex
Lot,$145,000 :
Cowpen » > Rd.,72 x
190,$145,000°

Nassau East,Corner

Lot,$153,000
Eastwood Est.,”
sq. ft.,6155,000

Charlotte Ville,60 x
120,$160,000
Golden Isles
205,$165,000
Winton Heights,125 x
120,$165,000

15,000

Rd..75 x

Tribune

Sarton Realéy,

Boatswain Hill, 75 x
150,$165,000
Twin Lakes,90 x 140,$165,000
West Place,99 x 150,$262,000
Yamacraw Hill,100 x
180,$270,000
West Bay. St.,100 x 312 On
Beach,$450,000 - _.
Sandyport,T.B.A.,$650,000
Old Fort Bay,10,806- sq.
ft.,$655,000
Westridge Est North,120 x
538,$675,000

- COMMERCIAL LOTS

Mt. Pleasant Village,15,000
sq ft.,$150,000

Cowpen Rd.,100 x
100,$155,000

Faith Avenue, 100 x
200,$250,000

Coral Harbour,100 x

200,$300,000

Cable Beach,1 Acre,$1.8 Mil-
lion
Carmichael Rd.,2
Acres,$1.875 Million

ACREAGES

Bernard
Acres,$350,000
Gladstone Rd.,
Acres,$480,000
Gladsione Rad., 4
Acres,$1.45 Million

Westridge North,6
Acres,$1.75 Million

Coral Harbour,11.2 Acres,$2
Million
Lyford Cay,39
Acres,$12,152,000
Western
Acres,$15 Million
Coral Harbour,160 Acres with
canal front,$19.2 Million
Killarney Shores,170
Acres,$29,750,000

West Bay St.,5 Acres Hill Top
ocean view with plans for 56
condo units,$5.5 Million

Rd.,1.2
1.2

Nassau,100

BUILDINGS
Kennedy Sub,3 Bed 2 Bath
(Fixer up),$90, 000
South Beach Est.,4 Bed (Fixer
up);$130,000

Ridgeland Park,3 Bed 2 Bath |:

House,$139,000

Abundant Life Rd.,Incomplete
Triplex with 1.Bed 1 Bath Com-
plete unit,$150,000

Off Blue Hill Rd. South,Duplex
Bldg. (fixer uP). ae 59,000
Foxdale,3 Bed 2 ~~ Bath
House $1 68,000

Pinewood Gardens, 3 Bed 2
Bath (4 yrs old},$185, 000

St.” Albans,4-plex up to belt

‘| course,$185,000

Yamacraw Beach Est.,Duplex
Bidg-,$225,000
Off .Carmichael Rd.,Triplkex
Bidg,$269,000
McKinney Drive,4 Bed 3 Bath
Condo,$299,000,

Off Shirley St. 4 Bed -2

Bath,$385,000
CALL: 325-7692/3,
325-2301, 323-5626.




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EXCLUSIVES
ABACO! Picturesque home
sites convenient to Marsh Har-
bour. Two wooded lots offer
the potential for investment at
a great cost. Web Ref:
564361. Price: $19,000 each
FOXDALE! 3bd/2bt family”
home in a well established
area. Features a well laid out
floor plan, open living/dining
and kitchen w breakfast bar.
Laundry room, tiled, wall a/c
and wooden deck in the back

yard. Web Ref: 564459.
Price: $215,000
TREASURE COVE! 3bd/2bt

comfortable family home in
family oriented gated commu-
nity. Open floor. plan, central
a/c, enclosed back yard. Web
Ref: 564473. Price: $319,000
SANDYPORT! With 9, 662SF
and 206 feet of canal frontage:
there is ample room to build
the home of your dreams in
the newest section of Sandy-
port. Web Ref: 564362. Price:
$500,000

ROSE ISLAND! 1.2 acres with
great elevations and over 100
feet of white powdery beach
front. Stunning views running
sea to sea with many choices
for house locations. Perfect for
a very private home or has
great potential’ for develop-
ment. Web Ref: 564072.
Price: $595,000

CABLE BEACH! Classic decor
and sunny beach views com-
bine in an ode to tropical ele-
gance in this’ immaculate
3bd/3bt condo. Newly up-
graded with hurricane & im-
pact resistant doors and win-
dows. Lots of special features.

Web Ref: 564296 Price:
$676,500

SALES
FREEPORT! 12,566 SF lot in

the popular area of Royal Ba-
hamian Estates. Located just
minutes from the beach,
downtown and Port Lucaya.
Roads are paved and utilities
are available. Web Ref:
564415 Price: $30,000
SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES!
Own this spacious, residential
lot with 12,507 SF in-new sub-
division featuring underground
utilities allowing the landscap-
ing and views to remain _pris-
tine. Web Ref: 564345. Price:
$165,000

SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES!
Gated community offers an
opportunity to own this duplex
lot boasting 18,015 SF. Web
Ref: 564469. Price: $299,000

BERRY ISLANDS! Well built
2bd/1bt . island cottage
perched on a hill just steps
from the water with sweeping

ocean views & tranquil
breezes. Comfortably _ fur-
nished! Web Ref: 564450.

Price: $385,000

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs





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HARBOUR ISLAND! Just half
a block from Pink Sands
Beach with all utilities avail-
able this open zoned lot fea-
turing 13,728 SF is a rare op-
portunity. Web Ref: 562913.
Price: $425,000
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
.SANDYPORT! Comfortable,

brand new 4bd/4bt well de-
signed home located on the
canal. Travertine flooring, hard
wood cabinets with granite
counters, crown mouldings,
hurricane proof windows,
stainless steel railings, mod-
ern vanities in bathrooms &
much more luxury features.
Web. Ref: 563563 _ Price:
$899,000 :

. FOR RENT :
OFF THOMPSON BLVD! Cen-
trally located 2bd/1bt apt. in a
quiet neighbourhood, _ tiled
throughout, security screens
and is located just minutes
from restaurants, schools and
shopping. Web Ref: 564399.
Price: $800 p/m
PARADISE IS! 1bd/ibt_ re-
cently renovated kitchen and
bathroom; washer/dryer in
unit, central a/c, tiled floors
throughout, a balcony and of-
fered tastefully furnished. Web

Ref: 564460 Price: $1,400
p/m

CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
newly renovated 2bd/2bt
condo in gated community:
Gorgeous views, large bal-

cony, tastefully furniture, re-
mote control a/c units, modern

kitchen w dishwasher: Web
Ref: 564346. Price: $2,800
p/m

CABLE BEACH! Spectacular
unit with 3bd/4bt and an out-
door verandah with lovely
views of the pool & ocean.
Gated community with private
beach, pool & assigned cov-
ered parking located Close to
-shopping, school, entertain-
ment, restaurants and more.
Web Ref: 562433. Price:
$2,900 p/m

GAMBIER! Mediterranean
style hillside: home comprises
a main S3bd/2.5bt home to-
gether with a one bedroom,
half bath cabana_ offering the
perfect island -retreat. 2-car
garage, heated pool, vaulted
ceilings throughout & spec-
tacular ocean views. Web

not 564334. Price: $4,000
p/m
CHARLOTTEVILLE! New

3bd/3.5bt end unit townhouse
-with view -overlooking the pool
situated in the new community
known as "Turnberry" in Char-
lotteville. Web Ref: 564472.
Price: $3,500 p/m unfurn.
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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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,

Beach area_ residential
$110,000.

JOANS HEIGHTS,
50x100, $65,000.

OFF FARRINGTON RD., du-
plex lot 50x100, $58,000.

WEST __WINDS,
$120,000.

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

Cable
lot

duplex lot

duplex lot,

WEST WINDS, Duplex lot,
$120,000.

BALMORAL, residential lot in
new. exclusive gated commu-
nity out west, starting

at $207,000. 5;

CORAL BREEZE, residential
lots $99,000, and duplex lots,
$120,000.

OCEAN CLUB, two _iarge
oceanfront lots side by side,
$6 million each.

CHARLOTTEVILLE, elevated

lot, $165,000.

SOUTH SEAS, residential lots,
$90,000.

WILTON STREET,

near. Tops

Lumber, commercial corner
lot, $220, ooo.
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 apn,
ment, $120,000.

, duplex lot
70x100, $85,000.
Vi
, large triplex lot,

ROAD
$90,000.

VACANT PROPERTIES

OFF EAST STREET NORTH
50 x 100 lot, $56,000.

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

WILTON STREET, commercia
cornet lot 100x124, $220,000.

WINTON HEIGHTS, large cor.
ner lot, 120x125, reduced tc

$165,000.

BLACKBEARDS _ TERRACE
residential lot, <100x197
$200,000.

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

WESTWIND, residential lot
$110,000. ;

CORAL LAKES, residentia
lot,

80x110, $120,000.

SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES
residential lot, $135,000

LYFORD HILLS, residentia
lots starting at $124,000.

PINEWOOD GARDENS, du:
plex lots starting at, $65,000.

VENICE BAY, canal
100x100, $180,000.

SPRINGFIELD ESTATES, of
Prince Charles residentia
lots, $77,000.

VENICE BAY ANNEX, lot witr
foundation for 6-unit apart
ment was $210,000 reducec
to $175,000 for quick safe.

lot

AT- LAND, 20 acres
300,000.
MOUNT PLEASANT, large

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

EF Y.
near ~Yuma.
residential

lot, $105,000.

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

Estates

J D
57x125, $90,000.

T D
acres, $1.75 Million.



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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. 5

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

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

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

CAVES POINT PHASE 2,
brand new luxury oceanfront
condominiums, $775,000 to
$1,025,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL RD., Lux-
ury 2 storey semi-furnished 4
bed 3 bath house with swim-
ming pool and attached duplex
on triple lots 20, 374 sq. ft. ask-
ing price, $625,000.

in-

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
.commercial

building near Wulff Road, con-
tains 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
$127,000.

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

SOLDIER ROAD, large 2 sto-
rey commercial building, ideal
for church $450,000

storey




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

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 bec 1 bath
with built-in laundry ro. ms, a
deal at $170,000.

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

FAITH AVENUE, 2 bed
bath townhouse, $180,000.





1?

MACKEY STREET, large
warehouse on_- corner lot,
$600,000. nt

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

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

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD, 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
DRIVE, near City Market, at-
tractive 4 unit apartment com-
plex, $375,000.

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

URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments

Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please call Ludec

393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.





BAHAMAS

TROPICA L
Rearry

CORAL HARBOUR: New
subd, 80x100 Triplex lots Dis-
counted to $99,000 for limited
time. ;

VICTORIA: GARDENS: Glad-
stone Rd, 60x100 Residential
lot, $60,000

VICTORIA GARDENS:
60X100 lot with house to belt-
course $90,000

HIGH POINT ESTS: Triplex. lot

with approved bldg, plan
$145,000

STAPLEDON GARDENS:
9,000sq. ft. Triplex Lot
$135,000

PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE:
60X100 Residential lots
$77,500

CARMICHAEL RD: Duplex lot
62x92, $85,000

CARMICHAEL RD: West @
Coral Harbour round-about,
100x200 commercial lot,
$303,000

DEVELOPED PROPERTIES

VICTORIA GARDENS: Duplex
one half complex $165,000

SEA BREEZE: 3-bed, 2-bath
house fixer-upper, $255,000

SOUTH BEACH:
2-bed, 1-bath, $176,000

SANDFORD TOWNHOUSE:
2-bed, 2.5-bath, new units in
ated complex with - pool,
249,000

SEA BEACH ESTS:, Triplex,
each unit is 2-bed, 1-bath &
furnished, $395,000 ($40,000
rental income per annum)

SEA BECH: 2-bed, 2.5-bath
townhouse $215,000.

RENTALS
SEA BEACH ESTS: West Bay,
2-bed, 2-bath apt with
washer/dryer, fridge, stove,
central A/C, alarm system, etc,
$1,000/pm

COMMERCIAL SPACES FOR
RENT @ Coral Harbour in new

Duplex

‘complex, $1,200 to 9,200sq.ft,

units available. Call for details.

CORAL HARBOUR °2 storey
house or canal, almost
4,000sq.ft, $2,800/pm

SANDFORD DRIVE: Immacu-
late 3-bed, :3.5-bath’ townhouse
with pool & gated, $2,800/pm.
BLAIR: 2 bedroom townhouse
with pool, fully furnished. &
gated. 3
Contact
Tropical Realty, 327-1102.

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ce REALTY
IO EST. 1978 SP
ORE RRO

HOMES
SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:
2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated

Community. Great kitchen,
washer & dryer. 3 community

swimming pools and enclosed !

children’s playground. MUST
SEE. $340,000.00 Web Ret:
28909

HIGH POINT MANORS: Spa-
cious 3 bed 2.5 bath town-

E-mail: cmackey @tribunemedia.net

Really Sales

DUPLEX LOTS
Off Faith Ave Soi'th
Owner Financin::
available
50x139, $95,000.00
$9,500 Down

house in Gated Community.| Monthly $1,226.69 10

New _ construction. Granite
kitchen counter tops, custom
built Oak cabinets. $269,000

Web Ref: 33709

LOTS
SAFFRON HILL: Single anc
Multifamily lots starting ai

$175,000.00 Web Ref: 17808

ROSE ISLAND LOT: NEW
PRICE -' Great lot approx.
13,350 sq ft - $188,000.00
ONO, make an offer NOW

t Web Ref: 2408

OCEANVIEW LOT — WEST:
Great single family lot 60’ x
115” in new gated community
with pool and tennis court on
West Bay Street. $340,000.00
Web Ref: 19508

OCEANVIEW ELEVATED
LOT - 14,279 sq. ft. lot with
elevation of 80’ above sea level
$475,000.00.Web Ref: 34209

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

MULTI-FAMILY LOT
65x100
LOCATED IN THE WEST.
$109,000.PRICED FO:
QUICK SALE.
ABSOLUTELY NO AGENTS!
424-8594

LONG ISLAND
Ocean view
Hilltop Lots

Beach Access Lots
150 x 80
Prices from $25,000

Telephone 436-3170

Hilltop lot in Westridge
1.014 Acres. Residential
Net Price $330,000
Serious inquiries only
Please call 457-4185 to view



prestigious Turnberry
Development, 13,592 sq.ft,



years

50x10, $75,000.90
$7,500.00 Dowii
Monthly $968.37, 10
years :
Drawings includ J
For more info tel ~
323-1983.

EXUMA 2 adjcent Lots

80x125 each valued $60,000 in
total Reduced to $55,000 ono
Tel 345-0370, 225-3107,
~424-1941.

BAY STREET
Commercial Building
Near Hoffer
FOR SALE
14,000+ sq.ft.

Tel 356-3942, 677-5443.

FOR SALE BY OWNER

WESTWIND: Gated community
(Love Beach). Vacant
residential lot. 6,000sq.ft.
$13,000 negotiate.
Contact 556-9538.

SAN SALVADOR HOUSE
‘ - FOR SALE - :
| Oceanview, 2 bed, 2 bath,

with garage, $249,000.
Tel 452-0180. a





Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037
Email: info @ adlerrealtyltd.com
Website:
www.adlerrealtyltd.com

LOTS:

——____________._________'} Web ref 10007 off Robinson
TWO ADJOURNING LOTS in '
‘| Web

Road 7,180 s.f. $ 106,000
ref 10008 Hamilton
Rd.off Kemp Rd. 100 .x 50

together totaling 23,192 sq. ft. :| $68,000

Lots are slightly elevated and '

Web ref 10009 Sunset Park

attractively located. Selling as a:'] 60 x 100 $ 79,000

package for $500, 000 Net or
$285, 000 Net respectively
ono.
No agents.
Tel 327-8639, or 427-7708.

Web ref 10010 Yamacraw
Beach 87 x 100 $ 112,000
Web ref 10011 Vanessa
Close, Seabreeze 40 x 145 $
80,000

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VACANT LOTS

ABBIE'S CLOSE
$79,000

BERNARD ROAD 2 ACRES
$440,000

CARMICHAEL ROAD
$40,000 i

CENTERVILL/ Hampton St.
$75,000

62X100

52X73

COWPEN RD 50X130
$93,000
CORAL BREEZE EST.

60X100 $99,500

ENGLESTON 'TUFU CI' 100 X
101 $90,000

FIRE TRAIL 10,000
$200,000

HARBOUR ISLAND .- 107X134
~ $400,000

HARBOUR ISLAND
lot) 115X101 $450,000

HIGH PIONT Duplex Lot 7,800
sq.ft. $140,000

JOE FARRINGTON
100x120 $195,000

JOHNSON RD. & STEP ST.
50x100 $55,000

LYFORD HILLS Est. 70X 131
$135,000

MCKINNEY DR.
$70,000

MOORES ALY Off WULFF RD
29X100 $55,000

sq. ft

(corner

RD.

off 48X100

PARGATE RD. off 100X50
$69,000

PLUMBAGO SUBD. 125 X70
$97,500

SAN SOUCI 224 xX 69
$225,000

SANDILANCE RD. 40 X 145
$80,000 -

SOUTH SEAS SUBD. 80X100
$90,000

STAR ESTATE
70X100 $124,000

STEP STREET 65 x
$140,000

SUN SET PARK 90X95X265
$116,500

(EAST)

200

Jones-Dixon Realty @
356-3942 / 677-5443



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ite Gs REALTY

SERENITY - A tranquil and ex-
clusive gated community - lo-
cated in Western New Provi-
dence near Lyford Cay.t It is
an affordable Island lifestyle
with resort amenities that 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 Residential and $115,000
for Multi-family.t+ First Phase is
30% sold out secure yours
NOW with only 5% down!!



SERENITY ESTATES - This
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 roam for both
front and back yard space.t
Lots start at only $250,000 se-
cure yours TODAY with only
% downl!

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. fThis
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

KING'S REALTY

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

4 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH
Townhouse with custom
kitchen, high ceilings, etc.
Residence have a open
living plan with sliding glass
doors that open out toa
large covered patio
overlooking landscaped
gardens and the pool.
For Sale.
Interested person call

RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY
FOR SALE By Owners
West Winds
Gated community near
Love Benet, 6,724 sa; ft,

$11 000
PH: 426-3610, 322-4531
OR !
433-7839



Telephone 393-1183

MONTAGU HEIGHTS: Lovely
home w/2 apt. furn,$449,000

JOHNSON RD _ NRTH:Large
comm.bldg w/ shop spaces & 3
apartments plus 2 vacant lots,
$596,000.

HIGH POINT EST, off jFK:
Gated comm. Like new, lively
3-bed/2-bath house w/attached
apt. $298,000

SANDILANDS VILLAGE:A
Steal!! Nice duplex on large lot
$199,000

SOUTH STH Ocean: Large
lot, $139,999

GOLDEN GATES: _ 2-storey
home w/2 apts.$259,000

GOLDEN GATES #2:3bed/
2-bath apt, House w/2-1bath,
apt,$218,000

AVOCADO GDNS: 3-bed/
2-bath,$199,000

GUINEP ST:Lovely home,
Sbed/2bath, 4 years old,
$189,000.

MALCOLM ALLT:7-bed/

5-bath apt complex. Furnished.
Gym 8years old.$358,000

BLUEHILL RD:Hill top duplex
in} good condition. A_ steal!
$168,000

More Listings & Packages
availiable.

SSS
WEA

we

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly constructed house in the

quiet neighborhood of Har-
mony Estates, off Carmichael
Road.

This 1500 square foot home,
has three bedrooms a guest
bathroom, and a master bath-
room with a relaxing jacuzzi

tub. The garage enters the
kitchen which has _— granite
counter tops, home is tiled

throughout. A must see.
Contact Winston @ 455-7047

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.

| PRICED TO SELL REDUCED

CORAL HARBOUR
TOWNHOUSE
2 bed, 2.5 bath, pool.-
$249,000 obo.
Call: 432-9388

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Vacant lot located Tiana's Cre-
sent, West Bay St. 9,000 + sq.
ft. $145,000.00 O.N.O

Ph: 392-5234 evenings

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 23



WINDERMERE, ELEUTHERA.
Oceanfront Condo on exclusive
Winderrmere island’s
5-mile pink sand beach.
Spacious efficiency suite,
central A/C, kitchen, patio,
fully furnished. $240,000 or
RENT $1500/wk.
(242)327-8719, 557-3172.
renascence @coralwave.com.
allens @ coralwave. com

GATED WEST OF
ORANGE HILL BEACH
GOOD LOCATION,
Se UN ee ee

Lae}
BASKETBALL COURT.
Waa sae SPECIAL

$92
coy \ne earl rei 393-1 re

San Souci, Under Construc-
tion: 3 Bedroom home, 2 1/2
Bath, study, pantry and large
laundry. Being sold AS IS.
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.






JACK ISAACS )

REA LEY





LYFORD CAY: Two adjacent
Golf Course lots— Each lot ap-

prox. 25,500 sq ft
81, 230,000.00 EACH Web Ref:
8108

BEACHFRONT LOT — OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
beach in Exclusive Gated
Community on Paradise Island.
Sold together with a 65 foot
dock at Ocean Club Estates
Marina, $5.6 million Web Ref:
35109

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE

CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

ABACO LAND

OPPORTUNITY
MORES ISLAND: Residential
and Commercial Sites
Lowest Price Lots in Abaco
Short’ walk from government
paved airstrip. Insurable tile,
immediate availability
Government Electricity,
telephone service
On Bahamas Government Fu-
ture Development Path.

water,

Telephone Vv Coakley,
455-5329 daytime, 465-4889
evenings

Abaco Ocean Club.




Building on
Charles Vincent St.
with 7 shop spaces for sales or
lease. Call 322-4260

APPROVED
HOTEL DRAWINGS
23 room, Bar & Restaurant,
Value $20,000.00.
Asking 10,000.00
Telephone 323-1983.

FOR SALE
TRIPLEX BUILDING
HIGH VISTA - $320,000.

Will pay closing Fees.
Tel 324-8045, 425-8919.

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714.

BEAGHFRONT LOT
FOR SALE, $95,000
IN SAN SALVADOR




White Sandy beach
Tel 754-214-2405.



DUPLEX PROPERTY, 60x100,
off Malcolm Allotment. Asking
S$65K. Call 364-7927 ask for
mrs Sands.

VACANT LAND
For Sale by Owner
125' Lake Front Property
West Ridge Estates

19,050 Sq ft.

$325,000.00 net
Tel: 364-3017

Serious inquiries only please

LOT FOR SALE
Beautiful Westridge Estates
- (North) w/underground utilities
& paved road. 10,556sq.ft
$169,000 - $8,450 down.
Tel 422-4489 , or 357-3763.

SAN'SALVADOR
LOTS FOR SALE

~ Beachfront hilltop, -
BreTe Un) WATERSS Cle ls Su tetelo}

GP

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806

TWO HALF ACRE LOTS"
MORRISVILLE,
LONG ISLAND.
1-242-337-0171,
1-242-357-1274.

HOUSE.FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bathroom,
semi-furnished, $130,000.
Tel:392-3596, or 422-5743.

LOT FOR SALE
in Sandyport. Water. Colour
Cay #28.
Interested persons contact
36: 8



2. BEDROOM, 2 BATH, fully
furnished villa, Paradise
Estates, $2,500 per month.
Office space available.

Soldier Road $2,500 p/m.

Call 393-8733/44

2-BEDROOAM, 1-BATH
unfurnished apt, Firetrail Road
west. $700/month. Water
included after 6pm, 361-5413.

ONE BEDROOM, ONE - BATH
APT, water, cable, blinds,
wooden: ceiling, cooking gas,
Fox Hill. Road. Tel 427-0363.

FULLY FURNISHED 1-bedr, 1-
bath apt, cooking gas, wate,
cable, queen bed set, fridge,
stove, sofa, etc. Off St Vincent,
$700. (00. No kids, no pets. Tel:
364-7461.

DOWNTOWN
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
spaces for rent.
Boardroom, kitchen,
‘and_reception area.
Fully inclusive of
electricity and
maintenance offices,

rom $1,000 per month.

: NENT in:special

“available, no deposit:
ired. Move in with



3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
with 3 1-bedroom, 1 bath Apt
attached, $185,000 ono. .

- Serious inquires.
Call anytime after 5pm.
Phone 426-1385.

2-BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
jacuzzi, A/C, water included,
. $650 monthly, sec dep $300.
Tel 324-1751, 363-3000,
366-9745(W).

2-BEDROOMROOM, Sandi-
land Village Road, water in-
cluded. Newly renovated.
328-2443, 364-0007, 429-4338
cell.

3 BED, 2.5 TOWNHOUSE
CARIBBEAN GARDENS _ off
Glacetone Road, furnished,
$1200/p.m

Tel: 394- 8731/2 or 364-2188

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
semi-furnished, Joe Farrington
Water _ included. 328-2443,
364-0007, 429- 4338 cell.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATHROOM
APT. Pineyard road. fridge,
stove,water, a/c, 4700 per

month, $400 security deposit.
Ph: 364-2122 or 457-1527

ATTRACTIVE 1 BEDROOM,
Furnished and_ semi-furnished

Apt. Nassau East. $650/mth.
Water included. Phone
327-5472

CARMICHAEL ROAD: 2-BED,
1-BATH, Fridge, stove, blinds,
security screens, water _in-
cluded. First, last, security de-
posit. $700 per month. Call
361-1681 after 6 p.m



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3-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH,
partly furnished, front room,
dining room, living room, com-
puter room & laundry room,
stove and washer and dryer.
Enclosed yard., burglar bars,
$1600 p/m, sec dep $1000.
393--7041

NEWLY BUILT, furnished 1
bedroom, 1 bath, ceiling fan,
enclosed yard. Water
included. Homestead Street,
$550 per month, first, last
rent. Phone 364-0795

2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH Condo
semi-furnished, washer/dryer,
water included. $1050/pm. Ph
376-6604/364-1898.

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

2-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH
TOWNHOUSE, Sea Beach Es-
tates, fully furnished, security
system with remote security,
gate entry, private beach ac-
coe. Now available,
$2,700/pm

Call 226-4660, or 422-3698.

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, fully
furnished apartment available
in Tropical Gardens. Central air
conditioning, security alarm
monitoring & gas_ included.
Monthly rent $1800, first, last &
security deposit required.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH,
semi-furnished apartment,
fridge, stove, washer & dryer,
central air conditioning, secu-
rity alarm monitoring & gas in-
cluded in monthly rent. Contact
° 457-3749, monthly rent
$1,500/mth, first, last & security
deposit required.

HOUSE FOR RENT. Highland
Park Villas, $1500.00 _ per
month. Ph: 323-0178,
376-1530

SEMI-FURNISHED §c/air apt.
Sea Breeze Lane. $950/pm,
first, last, sec dep. Phone

429-4829.

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Millar’s Height,water
included,burglar bars,central
air condition, wash room, $800

a month.
Ph: 341-5967/454-4836

NEAR P.I BRIDGE, 1 bedroom
apartment, semi-furnished,
$600 per month, water in-
cluded. Ph:376-4881

AN INDIVIDUAL OFFICE
SPACE for rent in- professional
firm in Mackey St area. Avail-
able for immediate occupancy.
Phone 376-7441.

1-BEDROOM, §semi-furnished,
first & last. security deposit
$675. Te] 293-4362, 557-5554.

BRAND NEW Duplex Apart-
ment, 2-bed, 1-bath, $750 per
month.

Tel 324-8510, 424-0313.

E-mail:

BLAIR ESTATES: Newly reno-

vated apartments off Village
Road. Incl: water, AC, fridge,
stove, security screens, tele-

phone & cable ready. Laundry
facilities. Quiet neighbourhood.
1-BEDROOM UINNIT $750,

1.5 bedrooms Unit $800

Tele 424-8049, 325-7869, Ms
Webb.

BOATSWAIN- HILL: 2-bed,
1-bath Apt, Carmichael Road.
West, fridge, stove, water, ceil-
ing fans. $650/pm, $400 sec.
Tel:362-0647, 431-4508.

BOOTH FOR RENT
Hair booth $80 per week
Nail Booth $70 per week
ae 328-6973 serious inquiries
only.

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

BRAND NEW CHIC &
SOPHISTICATED SALON

Booths For Rent
3 Nail Techs @ $125/pw
1 Hair Stylist @ $175/pw
Must have established
clientele, honest, personable &
reliable. There will be advertis-
ing for this new salon so call to
book your interview.
Call 362-1281, or 432-3105.

BRAND NEW large 1-bed, 1-
bath Apt. Trapical Gardens,
semi-furnished, washer/ dryer,
AC, thoughout, granite counter
tops & tiled. 850/pm. Call
448-2453/324-0641.

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, jist, last +
$1200 sec. Phone 359-1695.

BROOKLYN AVENUE, off Vil-
lage Road, 1 bedroom fur-
nished apt. Includes water,
a/c, ceiling fans, cable +
internet ready and laundry
facilities. $7510 per month,
$500 security deposit. No
children - or pets. Ph:
393-1849 .

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, .$1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph: 376-4881

HAIR: & NAIL BOOTH for rent.
$100 per week. Ph: 455-3024

CABLE BEACH, BelAir Apt.
Spacious, clean 1-bedroom
apt, fully furnished, A/C, and

ceiling. fan, laundry : fac, se-
cure windows. - Water incl.
Sorry .no_ children or pets.

$850/pm first, last & $500 sec
dep. To view call 327-7601,

445-1327.

furnished. 5
ocean front
Sandals
utilities,
327-5316,

CABLE BEACH,
bed, 2.5. bath,
property, east. of
$4,500/pm__ included
phone &_ cable.
427-6526.

CABLE BEACH, HAMPSHIRE
ST WEST, spacious 2 2-bed-
rooms apt 1/2 bath, storage
area, fully furnished, cooking
gas, and water included. Cen-
tral air, gated, cable and tele-
phone ready, laundry facilities,
$1,325/pm, first, last and $750
sec dep; also lease required.
Call 535-0044, or 327-1977 af-

ter 8pm. Serious inquiries only. °

CABLE BEACH:
Towhnouse For rent
2-bed, 1.5-bath, fully furnished,
ated, $2,500 per month.
all:424-3797, 376-1064.



COCO PLUM CLOSE, 1-beda-
room apt. Water, blinds, bars,
a/c, fridge, stove and_ bed.
550/pm. Contact: 544-0333,
454-8142, 361-1257.

CORAL HARBOUR
3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom
Townhouse
$1,100.00 per month
Water included
557-1856 / 556-9830

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 .

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

EAST PARK: Off Prince Char-
les. Spacious 2. bed/2 bath apt,
fridge, shove, washer, dryer,
A/C, water included. Call
364-6085, or 454-9544, $900
per month. :

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT,
light, water, cable, stove, fridge

inclusive... Monastery Park.
364-3639, 324-5952.

EFFICIENCY, water
$375/month,security
$250 (savings).

Tel: 364- 383i /364-8304

GOLDEN ISLES ROAD: 2
bedroom, 1. bath apartment,
$600.00: Tel 362-2540 eve.

included,
deposit



PAT STRACHAN
Re cally Sales

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. -12ft. Pull-up door,

bath, $4,000.00/month.
Tel 323-1983, 424-8028.




A ete .
JACK ISAACS
REALTY a?
EST. 1978 aw

Ce,
USIVE BAHTAMIAN POO?
FOR RENT

SEA BREEZE HOME: 3 bed,
2.5 bath. Large yard with fruit
trees, hurricane shutters, a/c
units. Children & Pets wel-
come. $1,600.00 per month

CABLE BEACH: 2 bedroom,

2 bath Townhouse, $1,600
per month
On THE LAKE: Lakefront —

Charming cottage/studio on the
lake. $1,100 per month

Vista Marina Duplex: Charm-
ing 3 bed 3.5 bath $3,800.00

OCEANVIEW HOME -
WEST: Lovely 3 bed, 2.5 bath
home. Pool and much more
$4,500.00 per month Web
Ref: 24309

WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:
Lovely 3 bed 3 bath home
Ocean views $4,500.00 per
month Web Ref: 34809

Vista Marina THE GROVE
Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath house.
Traditional Bahamian home ex-
terior with modern _ interior.
Beautiful enclosed yard with
mature and_ flowering trees.
Monthly rent $4800.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

FOXDALE: Furnished _ effi-
ciency all utilities included
(separate kitchen, bed and

bathroom) $500 p/m, $300 sec.
Phone 364- 3240/324-381 3.

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.

FOR RENT
Two bed, one bath apartment,
cable included, $650 pm.First
and last month rent plus $400
security deposit required.
Interested persons call

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



FURNISHED COTTAGE
fully furnished w/a/c, near
Sandyport, $2,000 p.m.
Ph: 327-0520
(evening),436-9659

HAIR BOOTHS $125.00

NAIL BOOTHS $100 PER
WEEK

BUSY TRAFFIC AREA

TEL: 341-3914, 455-1985.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedrroos, 1 bath, water, a/c,
refrigerator f stove, $725 per

month, $300 security,

Yamacraw Beach Estates.

Ph:242-357-7714

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
rooms for rent bed, light, water,
fridge, stove. a/c, ceiling fan
$450 to move in, $125 weekly.
Tel 364-3100.

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.

LARGE ONE: BEDROOM APT
Bellot Road, quiet area, water
and cable included. A/C in bed-
room. $675 per month,, $400
sec dep. Contact 341-2074, o
565-8371. Available February
29, 2010.

MARIO SUPER CUTS
Barber Booths For rent,
Lincoln Blvd off Robinson Rad,
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

MUST SEE
Clean apartments upstairs two
bedrooms, 1° bathroom $725
monthly. Allen Drive, off Carmi-
chael Road.
incl: air: condition, ceiling fans,
bars, cable; refrigerator, stove,
enclosed yard, water. No pets,
no smoking, first and last
month’s rent, security deposit
of $500.00. Serious inquiries
only. Phone 468-3025

BEAUTIFUL 2bed/2bathcondo
with a spectacular ocean view,
2 mins west of Compass Point,
$1,600 per month, furnished or
unfurnished.

Telephone 225-256

| beddroom,

THE = TRIBUNE



NEW 1-BEDROOM APT in
quiet area Out East. furnished
all utilities incl. $190 p/w, & 500
sec 2 quiet persons max. Seri-
ous inquires. Tel 565-3753.

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 TOWNHOUSE 2 bed, 1.5
bath,water and cable
included,$700 p.m. Carmichael
Rd.Ph: 326-1893

NEWLY BUILT 1-bed apts.
Joan’s Heights East,semi-fur-
nished w/water $650 & furnsi-
hed w/ utilities. $750
1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY off
Wulff Rd,all utilties included,
$160 p.w,$700 to move in.
Single person. Ph:392-5364

NEWLY BUILT . 1-bed/1-bath,
semi-furnished, w/fridge, stove,
a/c, water, enclosed yard, bur-

glar bars, Johnson Road.
Phone 359-2668cell,- 324-4597
home.

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.
525-6358/324-9588

-NEWLY BUILT 2 bed, 1 bath,
off Fire Trail Rd, water, AC,
s/bars included.$700/pm.
Call 341-1542,359-1871.

NEWLY BUILT two bedroom,
apt, fridge, stove, water, central
air incl. 750/mth. Call
341-5909.

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED 1
bedroom apartment for rent lo-
cated off Charles W Saunders
Highway. A/C, water, burglar
bars included. Coin washer &
dryer on premises. $550 per
month, first and last month rent
along with security deposit of
$350 required. Apartment
available March 2010. Phone
393-2455, 395-4348, or
424-4792.

NICE CLEAN 1-bedroom Apt.
Gated community, 5 min from
Pl. Good area $675. 393-2559,
454-1230.

OFF CARMICHAEL, brand
new efficiency, gated environ-
ment, all utilities, fridge, stove,
b/bars, dinette included, $725

p/m. :
Ph: 565-9835, 422-3962

OFF EASTERN ROAD: One
bedroom apt, furnished, all utili-
ties included, b/bars, $950.

502-6461, 364-3644.

OFF JOE FARRINGTON one
fridge, stove light,
water, wooden blinds, alarm
a/c, cable no kids. $750/mth.
Tel 525- 9099/324-1810.

OFF ST VINCENT ROAD:
Fridge and stove included. 1
bedroom apt,central air $600

and sec required.
Contact 423-5228.

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Crawford St, Oakes Field,
$900/mth. Water, light, recep-
tionist. Tel 502-0463/552-5541.



THE TRIBUNE

OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT,
$400/$500. -
434-6746, or 468-9309.

OFFICE/SHOP SPACE

available. Deal's Plaza,
Mackey Street. Phone
327-6252/432-9799.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
$575, 1st and last month rent,
$400 sec dep.

TWO BEDROOM APT, for
rent $675, 1st, and last month

rent $400 sec dep. A/C, water |.

included.
Tel:324-6579, 454- 5876.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
in Smithville. Phone 364-5691
after 5pm.

ONE BEDROOM |. APT, fur-
nished, water, Turnquest Ave,
Stapledon Gardens. $700/mth.

326-4302.

ONE BEDROOM semi-
furnished apt in the Western
district,near beach and airport.
Very quiet,electricity and water
included.Asking $850 pm.
Contact 327-7177 Mr. Stuart

ONE BEDROOM, 1 BATH
furnished,water _ included,$800
per month.Ph: 426-1588

ONE BEDROOM, _ spacious
condo in quiet, mature commu-
nity. Recently refurbished from
ceiling to floor. Completely and
tastefully furnished and outtfit-
ted. Includes sofa bed for guest
accommodations. Everything
you need, just bring your
clothes. Located on third floor
with views of Montagu Bay and
Paradise island. Features com-
munity pool and laundry. A
_must see. Call 325-8023 be-
tween 5pm and 9 pm,

ONE EFFICIENCY $600 mth.
Winton Meadows. Quiet, fur-
nished, light, a/c, water, and
basic cable included. First and
last month plus $200 sec dep.
No. children or pets. Phone
324-6754/357-8553. e

ONE LARGE EFFICIENCY
fully furnished water, light, ca-
ble included ; Johnson Road
Estate -$650.00 per month -
phone 364-2350

ONE LARGE ONE-BEDROOM
APT, fully furnished: apt, comes
with fridgé, stove 50” flat
screen tv, new bedroom set.
Light, water, cable and a/c.
434-9664.

‘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.

BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
furniture included.’ Off CW

Saunders Highway. Call
394-7528, 433-4992, Mr
Brown.

BARBERSHOP FOR RENT,
Fully equipped.
Excellent t business opportunity.

aero l a or

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infabariershopeos O@emil.com

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Centrally located.
2 bedrooms. :
Call 394-2035 or 424-8095.

RENTAL: BLAIR ESTS 3 bed,
2 bath, fully ‘furnished house
with central a/c, water incl
$2,000/pm. Phone : 327-1102:

ROOM FOR RENT
Single male/female,
no children, $115 per week.
light, waiter, stove, fridge, ca-
ble. 565-7878.

SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD: 4- plex FOR SALE.
Only 1.5 years old appraised

for $481,00.-Will sell @
$410,000

SANDILANDS VILLAGE:

Triplex lot, $90,000
TELEPHONE: TROPICAL
REALTY, 327-1102.

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

SANDYPORT 4-bed, 3.5-bath,
3 storey townhouse in gated
community. Must . see.
$4,500/pm

Tel 323- 4063, 422-1791.

SECURED, LARGE, fully fur-
nished,, one bedroom apart-
ment, air conditioned, ceiling
fans, fenced yard, adequate
parking, laundry facilities,
phone and. water included.
Own telephone line and cable
ready. Telephone 324-0361.

SEMI-FURNISHED (1) one
bedroom apt, located Rahming
St,. Fox Hill. Water included.

$500/mth, first & last. plus $400
sec. dep. Single. or married
professional couple perferred.
No children or. pets please tel
433-2618, or 324-6527

SEMI-FURNISHED 2 bedroom,
1 bath, light & water included.
$425 per rm/mth. Telephone
‘893-8264.

SOUTH: 1-bed/bath, furnished
apt, water, light and gas _ in-
cluded. $200/wk, or $850 per
month. Min $875 to. move in.
Phone 323-1816, or 434-8379.

SEMI-FURNISHED ~_ efficiency
in Pinewood Gardens, all utili-
ties included, $130 p.w.. Single
person or couple.No kids: Ph:
392-0181/429-4922

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SEVEN SHOP -SPACES ‘for
rent at #97 Charles Vincent St.
For More Information plgase
call 8322-4260

SMALL SUPERMARKET,
‘shelving are in place, - provi-
sions for meat, you need your
meat equipment. 4,500sq.ft.
Baillou Hill’ Road south. Seri-
ous enquiries only. 341-3994.













BAHAMA BEACH

REALTY
GOLDEN GATES: Spacious 3

bed, 2 bath with stove,
washer, dryer & central air,
$1,200’ per month, deposit
$1,000. Phone 362-0795.








FOR RENT.

SPACE FOR RENT, down-
stairs Unit. Commercial or
Residential, Building NO 10 7th
Terrace Centerville West, op-
posite Bahamas Business So-
lutions.

Tel 328-6725, 326-4620.

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath, tall
Pine. Nursery, security bars,
own water,$700 p.m

Ph: 361-5556

SPACIOUS 1 BR/1BTH,
OUT EAST, LIGHT, WATER,
CABLE, FRIDGE AND STOVE
INCLUDED, $850/PM WITH
A/C $950/PM, $300 DEP REQ.

EXECUTIVE COTTAGE
4 BR/2BTH, CABLE BEACH,
‘$3,500/PM.

PHONE 425-3003

SPACIOUS 1-bed apt,cable
and phone ready,burglar bars
and water included, $550 per

month.1st, last & $500 security.
Ph: 341-2613

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM Apt,
furnished, enclosed yard, Sea
Breeze Est. $700 plus. $400
sec dep. Phone:324-4611.

SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 1 bath
apt.Stove & fridge,water
included, $600, s/d $800 per



month. Ph: 341-0495 hm,
636-2568 Cell
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 2-BEDROOM,
1-BATH APT, Carmichael
Road, off Faith Ave, sec bars,
A/C, blinds, stove, fridge and
water incl. $750/pm,, 1st,
plus sec. 7

Tel 341-3793, 426-0973. :

SPACIOUS one bedroom
apartment, water, blinds, a/c,
burglar bars included. Cable
ready, $550/mth. Off CW
Saunders Highway.
558-7299(cell), 394-8739(H).

SPACIOUS, partly furnished
efficiency apartment, light, wa-
ter and included. $175 per
week, first and’ last week and
security deposit $300 required.
341-3914, 455-1985.

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 security de-
posit 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

WESTWINDS SUB.

24 Hr security,gated
community, 2 bed,
2bath,fridge,stove,central
a/c,water included, $1,400 per
month. 1st + last, $700 security
deposit. Tel: 535-1 052







-| fridge,

last,



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STAR ESTATES
TOWNHOUSE
2 bed, 1 1/2 bath.Fridge
stove,washer & dryer, water
included .New blidns & central
a/c, $1,100 per month, $500
security deposit. Contact
525-3130 or 364-2375

TOWNHOUSE: . Yamacraw, 2-
bed, . 2.5-bath, fenced-yard,
stove, washer, dryer,
water, cable/alarm ready.

$900. 455-9098.

TWO & ONE BEDROOM APT
Fridge, stove, central air,
washer, dryer & water,
$900/$800.San Souci.

Ph: 324-9726

TWO 1-bedroom apt, semi-fur-
nished, East St. ‘south,
$550/pm. 525-2754, 326-0911.

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT in Twynam
Heights. a/c, water included,
stove, Tee washer & dryer,

Sp/m
Tel: 3610828/535-1253

TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH
Hanna Road, fridge, stove,

A/C, in bedrooms, remote con-
trol gate. -Water included,
$750/pm. Tel 364-2023,
432-8950.

TWO-BEDROOM, ONE-BATH
APT, sec bars, central A/C, wa-
ter included. Marshall Road
near waterfront. -_.
Tel:326-0262/454-8466,
= 525-1673.

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
apartment. $700 monthly, $500
security deposit. Ph: 341-6076"

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 two bedroom
apartment, corner of Palm Tree
Avenue and 4th Street, Grove.
Phone 327-5697, or 325-5591.

UPSTAIRS 1-BEDROOM
APT, fully furnished. All utilities
included. $220 Ber week... Tel
392-4171. ©

VALENTINE’S SPECIALS

Fully furnished two bedroom,
1 bath condo for rent located
on Prince Charles Dr. Including
fridge , stove, water, security
bars & a/c. Washer & Dryer
facilities on site. Telephone &
cable line ready, large parking
space -w/ security gate. Asking
$400 security. Call: 393-1653.
or 433-6743

$650/MONTH, INCLUDES

LIGHT,WATER,CABLE,
PHONE + INTERNET.1 BED, 1
BATh APT. SEABREEZE

LANE, NEWLY s
RENNOVATED: MUST SEE.
CALL 432-2961.OR 324-3925

| tank) included. $650/mth,

‘ble included. Phone

1 LUXURIOUS | 1 bed, 1 bath,

‘ semi- -furnished. apt Milton St, “
? Grants Town.

“A Must come see to
. appreciate”

$1600 to move in, $500 per
month. Call R. Grant 328-1002
or 454-6514

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
upstairs with walking. closet,
light, water, telephone, gas
first,
last month plus $300 sec. dep.
Contact 361-6711.

1-BEDROOM APT now avail-
able Oakes Field. $600
monthly. Incl: fridge; stove, wa-
ter, first :‘tank gas, cable, Inter-
net and land phone line ready,
enclosed prope very quiet.
Phone 323-3208

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished water included. Oppo-
site RBC, Carmichael Road,
$650mth, $300 sec dep Re-
duced Phone 394-7469,
535-9806.

1-BEDROOM APT, Grants St,
Fox Hill, $500/pm, $300 sec
dep. . 324-2372/322-1860 ext
294:

1-BEDROOM APT,
nished, Eastern. area,
stove, AC, fan, spacious,
fenced-in yard, water included.
$550, first and last plus $300
sec dep.

Tel 364-3691, 557-1205.

1-BEDROOM APT, tastefully
furnished in Golden Gates #2
A/C, light, water and basic. ca-
line also
included. $190 weekly+ $500
sec dep. Phone 341-3265.



semic-fur-

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
$500. Utilities included. Tel
341-7379/502-6529. :
WINDSOR_ PLACE, __1-bed,
1-bath Apt, s/bars, blinds,
washhouse, ‘water incl... $450.
Ph 364-0597.

ONE-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
for rent, located in Garden Hills
#2, Apartment fully furnished,
water, cable, Internet ready
and ‘electricity included. Re-
quirements are: .

First and last = month — rent
$1300, sec dep $300, Total to
move in $1600.

Interested persons may contact

Mr Wesley Emmanuel - at
423-1671, for further informa-
tion. -

BLAIR ESTATES, Furnished,

3 bed, 2=bath home with cen-

tral ale, $2,000 per month

SEABEACH ESTS: West Bay
St, 2 bed, 2. bath, partly fur-
nished apt, central A/C,
washer/dryer; $1,000/pm,

SOUTH OCEAN: New _ town-
house 2 bed, 2.5 bath with ap-
pliances, $1,200/pm.

Ph: 327-1102 for viewing

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 456-457 (Ms.
Kelly).Serious inqitizies only

fridge, .

2 BED, 1 BATH APARTMENT

; located on Relic aed for rent










% $70
Contact Ten ‘3254092.

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, 2 BATH, Seabreeze.
Spacious, fridge & stove, $850
p.m. Ph: 323-6496/376-3206

2 BED, Miller Heights, water,
cable, internet, a/c, fans, bars,
blinds. $650. Phone 544-4085

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, 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.

EFFICIENCY
$140/week,

1-BEDROOM
semi-furnished,.
$550/mth, first, last plus $300
sec dep. single personal
only. Tel 552-1452. ~

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-furn, refrig-
erator.& stove, cabie, water &
light included. $675.00/mth.
361-5382

1-BEDROOM, fully efficiency

with kitchen, burglar bars, light
and water included.
Seabreeze $550/month

Ph:558-7997/324-5716

2-BED, 1-BATH off Cowpen-
Road. Rent $650/mth, first,
last and $300 sec _ required.
Tel 436-5430.

2-BED, 1-BATH, water, A/C;
burglar bars, wash/dryer, $700.
Southwind Gardens. Mackey,

361-1 365.

2-BEDROOM APT; Sandilands
Village, A/C, water. Tel
364-4770/323-5649.

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
furnished house; $1500 per
month. 324-3248, 426-8509

Imperial Park

2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, C/air,
s/screen, washer and dryer
c/fans, automatic gate, $850
per- month, 1st and last with,
$800 sec dep. Boatswain Rd.
556-7177.

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.



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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-BATH, water,
fridge, stove incl. $800 per
month, first, last plus $500 sec.
Tel 341-7611.

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 bar.- For
Sale. No utilities included. Call
for informationon 364-7960.



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.

ROOM FOR RENT, in private
home, shared bathroom with a

female. All utilities included.
$135 per week. Tel 392-4171.
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.

WANTS TO SHARE
- Lady seeking a roommate’ to
share apartment. Call
393-1534 / 456-6551.



SECURITY OFFICERS
NEEDED

Must be a Bahamian citizen.

and written skills.
skills.

Good. oral
Godod communication
Must. be: .a_ téam _ player.
Possess a High School
Diploma. Between the ages of
25-55 years old.. Possess a
clean police record. Must be
willing: to work flexible hours.
Ph: 325-6170

MAID NEEDED.
. TEL: 322-2449

HANDYMAN NEEDED.
TEL: 441-9312, 348-1689.

DRIVERS NEEDED for Pizza

company. Contact telephone

324-9808, or emai info: @:
atinker @ firststepdev.com

YOUNG FEMALE to work a
Hot Dog Stand, salary $150
per week. Serious inquiries
only. Tel:428-6475



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. :

WINTON: Furnished 1-bed-
room, non-smoking, a/c, water,
basic’ cable and Internet. $800
monthly. 324-5765/422-2500.

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.

1 BEDROOM APT available
for rent near Faith Ave & Fire-
trail Rd, in gated complex w/re-
mote control gate access. Apt,
has’ new fridge, stove, washer
and dryer, security bars, cen-
tral air, fans, apt in a five year
old fourplex bldg. $700 per

month. Phone 424-8979,
477-3311. :

1 BEDROOM. APT for rent.
$600 per month, sec. dep
$300,first and last. Water, ;
burlgar bars and fans
included.Ph: 428-6118 © or
434-4592

1 BEDROOM APT.
AVAILABLE

All utilities included.Firdge,
stove,private bath &
kitchen,phone,cable,fan,
internet.Call 423-4242,
423-2263,324-7692

1 BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
fridge, stove, water and cable
included.
$143/week, $550/mth.
Tel 393-5339.

1 ONE BEDROOM apartment
41 2 BEDROOM, 2 bathroom for
rent. Call 558-3095

2 1-BEDROOM APT security
bars, stove, fridge, AC, water
included. $550/month.
Gamble Heights.
558-1246, 341-3875.

2 BED, 1 BATH
Nairn's Garden
$650.00 p/m, water included
First & last month required
‘ Security. Deposit $400.00
.861-2666 or 376-9166

3 BEDROOM COTTAGE,
Montagu Villas, Village Road.
Tel 427-6204.

‘°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

2-BEDDROOM APARTMENT,
townhouse styled, furnished in-
cludin washer/dryer, central
air, cable and telephone ready,
water incidued. Colony Village
East, near bus route, walking
distance to prestigious private

high school, shopping plaza.
ideal ne for professionals.
Telephon contact:

pers) B2/557-2555.

CHIROPRACTOR , needed with
10 years experiene needed for
Auskell Medical. in Marsh, Har-

bour, Abaco. Please call
1(242)367-0020 or send re-
sume to:

auskellmedical @ yahoo.com

TOUR BUS DRIVERS: Drivers
for leading tour/transportation
company. Public Service Driv-
er’s Licence, standard shift,
well-groomed, ‘well-mannered.
Complete application at Baha-
mas Experience Tours, Victoria
Avenue, 9am -5pm., Mon-Fri.

VIRTUAL DRIVERS wanted
International company seeks
motivated individuals who want
to make great money Call
peTeerss or 535-1158 for de-
tails.

WANTED
Experienced Backhoe Operator
Experienced Aspalt Raker

all: 326-0869 for more info

WANTED
Live in housekeeper to care for
2 year old and do _ general
housework. Apply to M.H.
Abaco 367-2711

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE:
Must be well-spoken, well-
groomed, pleasant, able to
work well with customers and
as part of a productive team.
Complete applicaion at The
Print Shop, Bay & Christie

Steets, 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri.

PART-TIME TEACHERS
required for BGCSE

Math, English,and Biology and
General: Science, Physics and
Chemistry.Tel:325-5060.

FURNISHED ROOM For Rent.
All utilities included, .

‘no other furniture, kids.
$350 to move in, $160 a week.
Grove area.
326-0669, 376-7110.

GENERAL PRACTICE PHYSI-
CIAN needed with 10 years ex-
perience needed for Auskell
Medical’ in Marsh Harbour,
Abaco.
Plesase call 1(242)367-0020,
or send resume to:
auskellmedical@ yahoo.com

BARBER NEEDED
URGENTLY
Call 364-2377
Must have own tools.
Great benefits, Great environ-
ment. Ask for DON. -

- work

HOUSEKEEPER to
Wednesday and_ Thursday,
loyal, honest, and fast. Tel
393-8429 .
HOUSEKEEPER/
CARETAKER:

Live-in. General. housework
and care for young child.
Mature, energetic and
responsible.

Tel 376-7530, 4pm-6pm.

JEWELRY DESIGNER & Dia-
mond Grader & person with the
knowledge of watch move-
ments. Tel 676-2922/454-4174.
GENERAL WORKER
NEEDED
TEL: 395-1397

A TRAINER, CONSULTANT,
SUPERVISOR

with 25 years experience in the
Supermarket industry. Must
have extensive experience in
sales, marketing, . advertising,
merchandising, budgeting, in-
ventory control, motivational
and leadership skills, incentive
plans and must be willing to
work in the Family Islands.
E-mail resumes to:

svfsitd @ bateinet.bs

A.LB.V. BAHAMAS
Tour Ambassadors/hosts
Age: 18-25 in New Providence
individuals should be well
groomed, have excellent com-
munication skills, honest,
friendly and professional.

The candidates should have:
High school diploma, a current
police record, valid driver's li-
cence, Bahama Host Certifi-
cate (bonus), 2 character refer-
ences.

Salary average $175-$350 a
week.

Please log on to:
www.aiavbahamas.com/
employment and fill out appli-
cation. or call 380-5161 leave a
message.

seeks

AVON :

' Persons needed to sell Avon
on commission. Basic or to
sign up direct.
Ph:392-0181/429-4922

BARBERS NEEDED with own
clientel for new barber shop.
Chairs start’ at $100.00 per
week. Call 341-7948 or
466-0056

BRAND NEW CHIC &
SOPHISTICATED SALON
now interviewing for the. follow-

ing vacancies:

3 Nail Techs @ $125/pw

T Hair Stylist @ $175/pw .
Must have established clien-
tele, honest, personable & reli-
able. There will be advertising
for this new salon -so call to
book your interview.

Call 362-1281, or 432-3105.

HANDYMAN needed.
Tel 367-2022.

JOB CE ORNS
BECOME AN
ENTREPRENEUR
IMMEDIATELY!

Low start-up fee inclusive of
health products for resale in re-
turn. Extremely low overhead,
great profit'in networking busi-
ness. Work it and make thou-
sands of dollars per month with
a reputable 18-year-old com-
pany. Your call, you decide
your destiny. You can only get
out of anything what-you put

into it: Call 323-1606.

LIVE-IN_ HOUSEKEEPER to
care for toddler and do general
house work. References re-

quired, 456-3366.

LIVE-IN. MAID to care home
and one child. Send resume to:
PO Box SB 52230.

MAID NEEDED.
TEL 367-2022: .

PUBLIC BUS DRIVER
3 needed.
Call 323-6052, or 449-8654.

NEED A MECHANIC?
Call 434-3415, or 361-7486
For a reliable gasoline and die-

sel mechanic. (cars, heavy
duty trucks, welding).
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

ly at: .

newministry @ live.com

SALES PERSONS NEEDED
DOOR TO DOOR SALES
GONTACT 467-2093.



LADY seeks days or weekly
work . 364-307.

LADY looking
work/housekeeping.
Tel 428-7554, or 362-0695

LADY ‘seeking job house-
keeper, baby-sitter or elderly.
556-5547.

LADY to do housekeeping &
office cleaning or laundry work.
Own transportation. 393-0953
cell 423-9245 Ms.Carey.

LADY w/experience permanent
residence & own trans. seeking
job weekly/days or after hours
job caring for the elderly or
baby-sitting. Phone 565-8894.
Angie.

MATURE. CHRISTIAN LADY
with over six years experience
seeks job as caregiver for the
alcery can be highly recom-

nded. Please" call
304- 8546/428-1675.

EVE ROLLE asking for job do-
ing stocktaking, store clerk,
kitchen helper, phonebooth
selling cards, office assistant,
cleaner. Call-433-2139.

LADY seeking employment
experience’ in house-sitting
housekeeping, elderly and
office cleaning, also night work
and very good cook.

Phone 325-2187.

for days



DO YOU OWN A PIECE OF
VACANT LAND AND NEED A
QUICK LOAN. Call 326-0883,

322-4655 544-8251,
322-8856.

MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com

ARE YOU WORKING towards
a better life for you. and your
family? We have the answer,

or

call us!
Tel:324-7085.
AVON
Buy. Sell or sign up
el: 361-5556

.kempcorp @ hotmail.com

THE TRIBUNE



SECRETARIAL SERVICES
Need-a secretary, administra-
tive support, receptionist, office
organization. mail pick-ups de-.

livery, etc. Then let us help

you. Call 341-4359.

WU 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
9am Call 427-5284, or

525-2376 to make appointment
or get directions. Let us groom
you dog the professional way.

THE FATHER’S KITCHEN
TAKE-AWAY —
Hours:12 noon - 12 midnight
#39 Bahamas Ave,
East of YCares
“Come see. Chinch and Jazz”
Telephone 323-4663

TV REPAIRS

Pick up and drop off
House calls are welcomed.
Phone 322-1031





< ‘ SSS
WANT TO LOOK YOUR
BEST,then come down to So-
phia's ‘Touch & Grow
Specializing in:
Weave's ..... $65.00

$55
Contact 456-4392.

COMPUTER. EXPERTS
Fast & affordable repairs $40 &
up. Free pick-up .& check-out.
393--5204/376-7776.

QUICK NATURALS: $50
Special Mon-Fri
Cornrows, Afro, Ropetwist,
Dreadlocks, Extensions.

Call 558-6507. ~

EARN $550 a week signing-up
Four (4) people.

ony. to join.
Phone 341-2376/557-8665.





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PLP in Election Court move

FNM ahead

by two

votes

after recount

AS THE Elizabeth by-elec-
tion recount drew to a nerve-
wrackingly tense close last
night, the PLP was poised to
produce their Election Court
challenge the moment ‘the
results were announced in a
bid to prevent a winner from

-being declared.

This move would put a halt
to all election proceedings
and prevents anyone from
representing the people of
Elizabeth in the House of
Assembly.

With the FNM up by just
two votes, PLP candidate
Ryan Pinder and a handful of
party operatives weré said to
be preparing the challenge as
the recount of the final polling
division commenced.

When it was revealed that
the FNM had won by two
votes, the PLP’s lawyers .
rushed into the building pre-
sumably to serve the chal-
lenge.

The Tribune had to go to
press before we could confirm
that the documents had been
served.

A few hours eather as the
tension at the Thelma Gibson
High School began to mount,
PLP leader Perry Christie
hinted that the opposition
party was preparing to head
to Election Court.

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the recount room in the pres-
ence of several Cabinet Min-
isters, Mr Christie said the

FNM had perpetrated “one ,

of the proates: abuses of pow-
er. ”

The former prime minister
claimed the pressure exerted
on Mr Thompson last night
led him to make a number of
decisions on disputed ballots
that were, not in accordance
with precedents established
in earlier elections.

Mr Christie insisted the
only way to remedy this was
to take the matter to Election
Court. He revealed that the
PLP plans to go to court in
any case if the final count,
plus the protest ballots, do not
give the FNM a win beyond
dispute.

According to Mr Christie,
the returning officer cannot

declare the result of the ©

recount official if the PLP
immediately informs him in
writing of their intention to
take the matter to Election
court.

Mr Christie’s comments
came amid heightened ten-
sions outside Thelma Gibson

Primary School last night,

where the small, quiet day-

SEE page 15



DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER Brent Syimonette and. Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest

in discussion yesterday.

. By TANEKA THOMPSON

Tribune Staff Reporter

tthompson@tribunemedia.net

CABINET ministers have been —
accused of "intimidating" and
"brow-beating" by-election return-
’ ing officer Jack Thompson through-
out the grueling recount process.

Progressive Liberal Party Chair-
man Bradley Roberts and PLP stal-
wart Valentine Grimes both
expressed concern over the pres-
ence of Tommy Turnquest, the
minister responsible for Parlia-
mentary Elections, in the recount

room at Thelma Gibson Primary
School.

However, Labour Minister Dion
Foulkes shot back at both men —
claiming that Mr Turnquest has
been subdued during the process

. — arguing that Mr Thompson and
other election officials have
remained independent of FNM
influence.

In a scathing statement released
yesterday, Mr Roberts accused Mr
Turnquest of pressuring Mr
Thompson and election officials

SEE page 15

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By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune SitaffS Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

HOUSEBREAKING
rings of teenagers driven by
adult criminals have been
cracked by police in south-
ern New Providence.

_ A total of 10 men, ages 16
to 37, have been charged

charged are 24 years or
younger and police say the
teenagers are breaking into
homes under direction from
older criminals, instead of
going to school.

Director of National
Crime Prevention Office
Superintendent Stephen

SEE page 12

with 18 housebreakings in
south western New Provi-
dence over the last two
weeks, while seven men,
including one juvenile, were
charged in connection with
eight burglaries in the south
eastern division and
arraigned in Magistrate’s
Court on Wednesday.

The majority of those



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Shootings

leave two

men dead

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

A MAN who was shot in the
face and neck outside his home
and a 19-year-old who died
after-a double'shooting have
become the eleventh and twelth
homicide victims of the year.

David Noreeyan Brown, 25,
was gunned down in front of
the home he shared with his
parents in the Hamilton Sub-
division, off Carmichael Road,
at around 11.40pm.on Wednes-
day.

A masked man wearing a
black hooded jacket, long dark
trousers and white tennis shoes
was seen running from the area
immediately after the shooting,
police say.

Officers investigating the

‘cold-blooded killing are appeal-

ing for information from the

public to help catch the killer.
Sergeant Chrislyn Skippings

said: “It is uncertain what tran-

SEE page 12

Prominent
businessman
is charged
with assault

A PROMINENT busi-

.nessman appeared in court

yesterday charged with
assault.

Alexander “Sandy” Schae-
fer, president of the Robin
Hood store, is alleged to have
slapped and _ punched
Jonathan Ash.

The incident is said to have
taken place at the store at
about 9pm on Monday,
December 21, 2009.

Schaefer, 54, of Wild
Tamarind Drive, Nassau,
pleaded not guilty to the
charge during his appearance
before Magistrate Ancella
Williams in Court 6, Parlia-
ment Street.

The accused, who is rep-
resented by attorney Wayne
Munroe, was ordered not to
interfere with the com-
plainant. The matter was
adjourned to July 1.



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Third party candidates stay



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By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

ONLY two of the five
political parties participat-
ed in the certification
process for the Elizabeth by-
election results.

Representatives of the
Free National Movement
and the Progressive Liberal
Party were locked away for
days, scrutinising votes dur-
ing the recount.

_ Although they were enti-
tled to be present, none of
the third party candidates
participated in the recount
process.

“Any party that partici-
pates in an election as we
understand is entitled to be
present. There was never
any suggestion by any entity
to the effect that we were
not invited or welcomed,”
said Dr Andre Rollins, the
former candidate for the
National Development Par-
ty, who was in Grand
Bahama yesterday attend-
* ing to his medical patients.

Rodney Moncur of the
Workers’ Party, who
secured 16 votes on election
day, was on a mail boat toa

Family Island for political _

business, while Cassius Stu-
art of the Bahamas Democ-
ratic Movement, who led the
third party candidates with
76 votes, was back at work
in his consulting business.

Mr Stuart had reportedly
authorised the PLP to use
his party’s allotted spots in
the recount room.

Man arrested

after firearm, .

ammunition and
drugs found

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - A 36-
year-old male resident of
Freeport was arrested after
police discovered a ‘Ns
firearm, ammunition, and —
illegal drugs at a residence
on Beach Way Drive.

Police went to Beach
Way Drive to execute a
search warrant when they
observed a man get into a
white vehicle. The man
sped off and police gav
chase. :

-The driver stopped and
was taken to his residence
‘where police executed a
search warrant on his
apartment.

While searching the
apartment, police allegedly
found a silver .40 pistol
with 11 rounds of .40
ammunition.

Police also found 20
rounds of ammunition in a
white sock, and two clear’
plastic bags of marijuana
hidden in the man’s under-
wear.

The man was arrested
and taken into custody.
The suspect is expected to

‘be arraigned in the Magis-
trate’s Court on Friday.

FIREARM &
AMMUNITION FOUND ,

Officers of the Drug
Enforcement Unit discov-
ered a’firearm in the Eight
Mile Rock area on
Wednesday.

Acting on information,
police went through an
unpaved road in the Jones

- Town area where they fol-
lowed a footpath some
200ft into the bushes.

The officers search a pile
of rubbish and discovered
a .22 silver and black rifle,
along with one magazine
that contained six live
rounds of .22 ammunition.

No arrest was made.





Mr Moncur said he had
advised the FNM and the
PLP that either of them
could use the spots allotted
to the Workers’ Party.

A mandatory recount
started Wednesday after the
first count produced a result
too close to call. The one-
vote margin win by FNM
candidate_Dr Duane Sands
could not be certified until a
recount was conducted.

“We have no one involved
in the recount. It didn’t real-
ly make a difference to us. If
we have someone out there
we aren’t going to win. So
we don’t necessarily think
we need to waste any
resources with that. The
process will play itself out,”
said the BDM’s former can-
didate Mr Stuart.

With a team consisting
mostly of volunteers, Mr

Stuart said it was difficult

for his party to allocate the
human resources towards
the recount. ©

“I have a business to run
as well. For every minute we

CASSIUS STUART, DR ANDRE ROLLINS AN



.

are not here we are losing
money, so we have to look
at it in a practical sense. All
of us have expended large
amounts of resources. The
FNM has been using tax
payer money, the PLP may
have unlimited resources, to

try to put us in a box >

because’ we don’t have the
human resources right now
is unfair,” he said.

’ Had the third party can-
didates been present at the
recount, there would have
been an opposition voice to
the FNM and PLP able to
give insights on how many
minutes were spent looking
at one ballot, what criticism
the parties were levying,
what arguments they were
having, and how trivial the
arguments were, Dr Rollins
of the NDP said.

But as it concerns votes
cast for the NDP, Dr Rollins
said he and his party were
satisfied with the election
process.

“We had a representative
in each and every one of the

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day. We were satisfied they
did a magnificent job on
behalf of the party to ensure
the votes cast for NDP were
accepted and those votes
cast for the others were in
fact their rightful votes,”
said Dr Rollins. 2
He indicated the party
made its decision based on
the reports of NDP repre-
sentatives following the ini-
tial count that the party was
- in no way deprived of votes
cast.
However, he said he
believes the media should
‘be allowed to play a greater
role in providing scrutiny
and oversight to the certifi-
cation process. Dr Rollins
said the media should be
given the same rights as can-
didates to participate to
oversee the recount.
“We do-too much behind
closed doors, in dark rooms



THE RECOUNT was taking place
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second-hand information. If
(the media) cannot be in
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WHETHER IT was by telephone or a
chance meeting in passing yesterday, upset
Bahamians bombarded us with the ques-
tion:

“Why didn’t Brent Symonette let the
police arrest the PLP fanatic who slapped
him, and why doesn’t he now press charges?”

As musical chairs were played out
Wednesday in the recount room at Thelma
Gibson Primary School in the Elizabeth by-
election — with the one point lead of Dr
Duane Sands (FNM) drifting up and down
like shifting sands over the PLP’s Ryan Pin-
der — tempers grew thin among their agi-
tated supporters on the outside.

Verbal ping-pong between FNM and PLP
supporters grew fiercer.as police tried to
keep the protagonists separated by moving
them out of the schoolyard and setting up
barricades between them.

As the bitter shouting grew louder,
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette,
walking down the dividing aisle, saw PLP
activist Laura Williams at the front of the
PLP crowd. Arms flailing, and fingers point-
ing she was lustily shouting defamatory
remarks. As he passed, Mr Symonette put a
hand on her shoulder.and asked her ta calm
down. As he turned away, she slammed him
across his shoulder and upper arm.

~ “Those who didn’t see it, heard it. She
slammed him,” said a surprised eyewitness.

The crowd watched in shock as Mr
Symonette quietly walked away and asked
the police to do the same.

'. Yesterday annoyed citizens, who believe
respect not only for Mr Symonette but the
position he holds.in the,country was
demeaned, wanted to know why the woman
was not marched off by the police. And why
did Mr Symonette take the incident so calm-
ly.
































to back off. The situation at that moment in
Eizabeth was so volatile that an arrest could
have caused a stampede. The situation could
have become almost impossible for the
police, and innocent people could have been
injured.

At that moment of crisis, Mr Symonette
not only showed great restraint, but great
wisdom. He moved on. .

Asked by our reporter yesterday why he
backed off, Mr Symonette said that consid-
ering the emotionally charged context in
which the incident occurred, he decided to
take the higher road.

At no time, he said, did he feel in danger
as-about 30 police officers were there.

However, he said, considering the heated
nature of the situation — in which abuse
and racial slurs were directed at him — he
decided that instructing the police to take
action would have had a destabilsing effect.
Mr Symonette said some in the crowd were
accusing him of being above the law, there-
























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The slap that is being questioned

fore, he did not want to give the police any
instructions and risk being accused of abus-
ing his position.

It would seem that the PLP have a second
Millie Moncur in the making. Those who
remember the Pindling era will femember
slow-witted, loud-mouthed Millie, the prize
graduate of the PLP’s D- -grade University of
Wulff Road, who brazenly patnded herself at
every PLP function.

It was tragic how PLP jeddors with their
guffaws encouraged this poor woman to
make a spectacle of herself. Instead of help-

. ing her rise from her degrading position,

they used her for public sport to promote
their cause.

The slap that Mr Symonette’s attacker
delivered on Wednesday was not smart.

- Rather it was crude, rude and disrespectful

and under normal circumstances she would
have been arrested.

However, in her equally crude, rude and
disrespectful circle she is probably being
hailed today as a hero.

For example, there is a fringe media web
site that soon after the event was chortling
that “Brent Symonette was given a——red
slap at a local polling station today...”

Yes, very funny, let the yellow flags
unfurl! Another D-grade hero being sent to
the top of the class to the cheers of those
who should know better.

In sober moments there are some of these
same people who bemoan the fact that our
institutions are not respected and society is
disintegrating.

It would be interesting to know who they
think is to blame.

We recall — again during the Pindling era

’. when ‘the.rot set in — when it was thought

smart to call all our leading citizens by their
first name, thus breaking down the respect
that the populace once had for them.

But it was a different story when the PLP
started to walk through the halls of parlia-
ment and the people did not treat them with
the respect they thought their due. Many of
them could not understand what had gone
wrong.

What they failed to réalize was that peo-
ple’s emotions are fragile — they cannot be
turned on and off like a faucet.

The people were taught how to disre-
spect the laws, their institutions and their
elders.

It gave them a sense of power and no one -

was going to stop them now.

It’s useless to ask why? Over the years
our people have hurtled from one disrespect
to another, until a bold little woman had
the temerity on Wednesday to slam the
Deputy Prime Minister on his shoulder and
get away with it, while her unthinking sup-
porters make her believe she is smart.

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By-election: Same

Government tax and
spend policy choices

EDITOR, The Tribune.

This past Tuesday night
(February 9), we witnessed
what was billed as the first
televised election debate in
The Bahamas. All things
considered, this debate was
probably a small milestone
in the political history of
The Bahamas.

Leaving the pageantry
and historical value of the
night aside, The Nassau
Institute has two:comments
on the policy choices put
forward by the different can-
didates. The term “cl. vic-
es” here is used very loosely,
as the four candidates were
all promoting varying
degrees of the same. .

The “choices” being
offered by the candidates all
required two underlying and
fundamental policy recom-
mendations: “Government
Taxation & Spending” and
“Cradle to The Grave Poli-
tics”.



sg Myeas

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“Government Taxation
& Spending”: The Bahami-
an Government cannot
spend or give to a Bahamian
that which it first does not
take by force from another
Bahamian (evér heard the
expression “Robbing Peter
to Pay Paul”?). Also, the

‘Government can never “cre-

ate” jobs by Government
spending and taxation. None
of the candidates discussed
the. jobs that are destroyed
by Government taxation,
because Bahamians citizens
and companies then have
less of their own money to
spend and invest to create
jobs of their own. To state
the obvious, you spend your
own money far more wisely
than tax money spent by
government bureaucrats.

“Cradle to The Grave
Politics”: Bahamians need
to move beyond looking to
be taken care of by others.
Instead, look to yourself,
your family and friends,
your. extended community
and (if necessary) private
and voluntary philanthropy
for your own well being.
Stop asking your MP or
Government to forcefully
take money from your fel-
low Bahamians and to have
that money spent on you.

As encouraging as it was
to see new political parties
on the debate stage, we need
anew “small government
and low taxation” mindset,
not more recommendations
and creative ways to tax
Bahamians further.

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EDITOR, The Tribune.

Generations of pain are carved into the lime-
stone shoulders of Fox Hill Road, where count-
less souls trudged from to build a nation designed
to stifle their most basic human desires; to dream
of equality in the early 1900’s was merely a
mirage for many under the unbreakable spell of
political disenfranchisement, social exclusion and
economic servitude.

It is against this backdrop of plural dimen-
sions of prejudice that a proud people — of
African, European and Creole ‘descent — came
to a subtle acceptance of discrimination, even
when divisive antagonists began to matk territo-
ries in blood.

However, in the Bahamas, amidst this sentél
scourge beneath the fading shadow of emanci-
pation grew a nefarious truth: a sexual mixing of
the races was much more prevalent than thought
with the “master and slave-mistress” ratio far
outweighing the balance of sweetheart contra-

‘ diction measured in pulpits today; then beyond all

imagination was the insidious practice of “intro-
verted racism”, hence the roots of hypocrisy inex-
orably entangled the foundation of this fledg-
ling nation.

Fortunately for us, culture with its multi-
faceted appeal began to heal social wounds
untreated by time; it must be through grace that
a people who precariously lived on the edge of
“apartheid” evolved to a stimulating treasure of
living art. However, have we ever confronted

the wretched offspring of those venomous days? .

This ninth letter seeks to.implement a new
era of thinking in this Bahamas, who for too long
have ambiguously consulted pseudonymous

- scribes and dubious historians for insight, they

quite evidently being out-of-touch with today’s
reality.
We must never forget the utterly sad day when

‘a group began to believe its own scurrilous pro-

paganda; when the tender breast of democracy
was split open to shame by “the night of long
knives” when a people’s future became a pawn in
a power-hungry battle be.ween fame and {for-
tune raging in the bosoms of men willing to deny
the sons and daughters of freedom their
birthright; when a maximum leader choked the
aspirations of his grass-root ministers, thus silenc-

the media.

ing the voice of tomorrow yesterday.

Are we conspicuously caught in the “loop of
time” or stagnated on “time’s faultline”; to
whichever theory of the paradox we acquaint
ourselves — be it Sir Thomas Browne’s assertion
in his work “Religio Medici” (1/59) or St
Augustine’s conclusion in his “Confessions”
(xi.20) we must.deal with now.

We are living in unprecedented times and must
strike at the heart of crime with a fist of con-
crete and steel, not hyperbolic rhetoric and
ambivalent proclamations.

Instead we continue to see “recycled decep-
tion” from the UBP to PLP to the FNM; we also
see egg-shell fragile policies and thimble-cup
shallow perceptions toward urban renewal while
crafty influence-peddlers are lionised and suInE
single-mothers almost demonised.

I challenge you to recognise the epic disparity
of concern plaguing our national institutions; a
healthcare system that has negligence down to a
science, a ministry of education shrouded in scan-
dal and a judiciary in such shambles that even our
brightest legal minds are left ih a dizzying state of
confusion.

Is it then imponderable to not understand
our beloved country has once been clichéd as ‘
nation for sale.”

Are we ill-fated as a people to never stand for
truth; to never enjoy liberty of the heart; is our
moral landscape so blatantly razed that we still
feed on the broken dreams of one man, upon
whom some dare to bestow (posthumously) the
incorruptible title and office of “saviour”.

Sadly, there is a famine of vision in this land as
can be seen by the dire incompetence of teachers
to strive for specialist training; by the vast major-
ity of high school graduates induced to embrace
illiteracy or that seen televised on the parlia-
mentary channel.

Thankfully, we know culture to be the axis on
which all life turns.....and with our pens the past
will speak and upon these pages dreams of the
future will take shape and living form. God bless
and thank you.

GREGORY NEELY
Nassau,
February 10, 2010.

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EDITOR, The Tribune.



I am just out of a PTA meeting at Mastic Point Primary
School. We the parents are angry and have had
enough.Teachers are retiring and on the other hand are not
being replaced. A grade five teacher has just retired.

And we were promised a replacement that is not yet to be
seen. The PTA president has been making calls to the min-
istry and could never talk to the minister, Mr Desmond Ban-
ister. So we are thinking of going to another level that's to

This is not the first time that something like this has hap-
pened. And it is not fair that our principal has to leave her
office to be placed into a classroom.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 5



Blaze off Tonique Williams Darling Highway will take ‘a while’ to go out

Dump fire a ‘health hazard’

RIGA

murder trials
rea

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - The Supreme
Court has set-court dates for
several murder trials this year.
The matters are before newly
appointed resident judge Jus-
tice Hartman Longley.

The murder trial for Darren
Pratt is set for October 18-29.

Pratt is accused of the mur-
der of Serado Pinder at Coral
Gardens in October 2001. He is
represented by Murrio Ducille.

Justice Longley granted bail
continuation for Pratt. In addi-
tion to the $10,000 bail, Pratt
is required to report to the Cen-
tral Police Station before 6pm
every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday.

* Dennis Louis, Raymond
Darling and Herman Francis
are expected to stand trial on
April 12 for the murder of Tyna
Pinder, who was shot at Cool
Breeze Apartments in Novem-
ber 2005.

Darling is represented by
Brian Hanna, Louis is repre-
sented by Carlson Shurland,
and Francis is represented by
Mario Gray.

The double murder trial of
Dwar Culmer and George
Williams is set for June.

The men are accused of the
murders of Andy Weekes and
Terrell Mingo, who were shot
dead on April 23, 2008, in the
Adventurer’s Way area.

Culmer was granted bail.
Williams was remanded in cus-
tody until trial.

The trial of Rodner Toth:
ee is set for July 26 to August 6.
The matter was sent to the

Supreme Court by Voluntary

of Bill Indictment.

Timothee is accused of the
January 2008 murder of 19-
year-old Felix Mitchell of Eight
Mile Rock.

Prosecutor Erica Kemp told
Justice Longley that lawyer
Jerome Roberts was assigned
to represent Timothee in Nas-
sau, but withdrew from the
matter. Attorney Brian Hanna
told the court that he is pre-
pared to assist Timothee.

Murder accused Zeno Higgs
is expected to stand trial on July
12 ‘for murder and attempted

“murder.

Higgs is accused of the mur-
der of Troy Beneby, 36, and the
attempted murder of Claudia
Williams, 28, of Freeport.

Higgs told Justice Longley
that he has been in custody
since 2006.

’ “T have been in custody now
for 47 months and I have a bul-
let lodged in my pelvis and I
do not, have control of my blad-
der at times,” he said.,

Higgs also told Justice Long-
ley that he was granted $35,000

* bail in January 2009. He said it
was later reduced to $22,000 by
Justice Jon Isaacs in November
2009. Prosecutor Kemp said she
was not aware that bail was
granted or that it was reduced.

Justice Longley told Higgs
that the court would need to
first verify his bail.



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intent to supply was arraigned
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Davon Lockhart on Wednes-
day February 17 was found in
possession of six ounces of
marijuana. Lockhart, who was
arraigned.before Magistrate
Carolita Bethell in Court 8,
Bank Lane, yesterday, plead-
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THE fire currently burning at the city
dump off Tonique Williams Darling High-
way has been deemed a “health hazard”
and firefighters say it will take “a while”

- before it is fully extinguished.

Jeffery Deleveaux, director of Fire Ser-
vices, told The Tribune yesterday that there
is no quick solution to putting the blaze
out, and that they are only making slow

progress in battling it.

“It is a health hazard not only to the
public, but to the fire officers as well. We
are working to reduce the amount of

smoke,” he said.

Fire officials working along with the
Department of Environmental Health first
responded to the fire just after 7.30pm last
Friday. According to the Department of
Environmental Health, director Melanie .
McKenzie has been on- site for the past
‘morning, noon and night”,

few days; ‘
what she can to assist.

Wind blew smoke from the fire as far as
the eastern part of the island and residents
all over have complained of breathing in
“toxic smelling” fumes. People living in the

doing

vicinity of the city dump are advised to
keep their windows closed and if possible to
wear masks when going out.

A resident of Yamacraw Beach, Mark
Knowles, said there are cars and house
walls covered in ash and smoke in his area.

“T saw it burning on Saturday, and as of
today it is still travelling in the air. We can

FIREFIGHTERS battle the city dump fire.



still smell it and it is terrible,” he said. Mr
‘Knowles said he understands there is a by-
election going on, but it’s time for the
authorities to properly deal with the issues
at hand. “My little boy has asthma, and
there are a lot of people getting sick. The
children and the elderly are suffering, it’s
pathetic,” he said.

Tourism Police, Downtown Nassau Partnership
issue zero tolerance warning to troublemakers

OFFICERS attached to the
Tourism Police units and mem-
bers of the downtown business
community have declared that
they are a taking zero tolerance
stance when it comes to trou-
blemakers and criminals in
tourist areas.

Top-ranking officers from
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force met with representatives
of downtown businesses recent-
ly, introducing new leadership
in the Central and Tourism
Police units and pledging full
support to ensure security for
visitors and peace of mind for
owners, operators and staff.

“We are here to send a mes-
sage: If you’re here to commit a
crime or cause trouble on Bay
Street, you won’t get away with
it,” said Supt Ellsworth Moss,

officer-in-charge of the Central _

Division.

“We have some serious chal-
lenges, but the Commissioner
(Ellison Greenslade) has made
it clear that the Tourism Police

’ Unit will crack down on crime.

We will work with you to create
an environment where our vis-
itors and local persons feel safe
and they are not threatened.”
It was the second time in as
many weeks that the Down-
town Nassau Partnership — the
public-private sector ogranisa-
tion charged with the revitali-
sation of downtown Nassau —
met with police following the
appointment of Mr Greenslade
as Commissioner of Police last
month. Retailers, hoteliers and
restaurateurs talked of lighting,
signage, hassling, and the need
for closed circuit television.
They shared con@erns rang-



nership discuss issues of concern.

ing from swearing sud rude
behaviour to breaking windows
in parked cars to steal goods,
particularly after dark and ¢ on
side streets.

Motorbikes

The manager of Nassau Palm
Resort said some visitors
checked out, fleeing the deaf-
ening sounds of trail motor-
bikes racing in front of the
property on a recent Sunday.

Police revealed “challenges
dealing with two large clubs of
cyclists, including those who
prance their bikes,” admitting
they engaged in “joy rides that
drive tourism away.”

But, they said they had made
progress on other fronts, great-
ly reducing response time,

increasing arrests and issuing:

tickets.
“We ticketed 10 jitneys in the
last two weeks,” said Sgt Moss,

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MERILYN LUCILLE CLARKE

A man's worth is not measured by how he handles himself
when things are good but rather how he conducts himself
during hard times or grief. A man's wealth is not measured
by how much money he has but by how many friends he
has and how much family he keeps close.

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including two to unlicensed dri-
vers. On another recent Sun-
day, Tourism Police nabbed a
suspect within minutés of a
$13,000 jewellery store robbery.

Marketing manager for the
John Bull Group of Companies
Inga Bowleg said the luxury

retailer had “definitely noticed
a difference.”

“We called Tourism Police
about an incident and they
were there in an instant. In
another case, they called us. We
couldn’t be more pleased and

want to offer congratulations’

to Sgt (Dwight) Smith and the
entire team.”

SICK prisoner passes

While incarcerated

SHAWN Elvis Cooper, an
inmate at Her Majesty’s
Prison, died yesterday of nat-
ural.causes.

The Ministry of National
Security issued a statement to
inform the public of his pass-
ing. Mr Cooper suffered from
three chronic illnesses.

Although his cause of death
is considered to be natural,
an autopsy will be performed
to determine the exact cause.



deep driver passenger
plunge into the sea

SAN Salvador winter resi-
dents were plunged into the
sea when their Jeep collided
with a truck and was thrown
over the seawall on Wednes-
day. The driver of a green
Jeep Wrangler lost control of
the car when it collided with a
2002 red Toyota Tundra, reg-
istration number 734757,
travelling in the same direc-
tion on the San Salvador
Queen’s Highway just before
6.30pm.

Both the driver and passen-
ger of the Jeep were flung
into the sea, and although the
driver escaped with minor
injuries, the passenger was
seriously injured and trans-
ported to New Providence for
medical assistance.

Police are investigating.

Diocesan Lenten Mission

starting this Sunday

UNDER the theme “Living
My Anglican Faith: Exercising
Proper Christian Stewardship”,
Anglicans from throughout
New Providence will gather for
the annual Diocesan Lenten
Mission, starting this Sunday
and continuing until Tuesday,
nightly at 7pm at St John’s Col-
legeAuditorium, Bishop
Michael Way, off Bethel
Avenue in Stapledon Gardens.

The Missioner will be Rev-
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the Diocese of the Bahamas
and the Turks and Caicos
Islands, and the sermons will
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¢ Our faith: The essentials of
Anglicanism

e Our belief about baptism
and confirmation:

e Our belief about the Holy
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The mission promises to bea
spirit-filled celebration of teach-
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faith, and Anglicans and the
general public are encouraged
to attend, the church said.

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Elizabeth by-election has
revealed voter discontent

By ADRIAN GIBSON
ajbahama@hotmail.com

With no easily certifiable
winner and throngs of voters
who shunned the polls, the Eliz-
abeth by-election has revealed
voter discontent and, at this
juncture, shown-up both the
FNM and the PLP as poor
political salesmen.

The Elizabeth by-election,
featuring a virtual tie, ensuing
recounts, hordes of lawyers and
the possibility of an election
court challenge, appears to
have been the most contentious
by-election campaign in recent
history and has caused a politi-
cal circus in that constituency.

The by-election was a nail-
biter, initially yielding a razor-
thin margin of victory for the
FNM’s candidate and a thor-
oughly inconclusive outcome.

The people of Elizabeth
have not spoken definitively in
terms of the election of a par-
ticular candidate (although in

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other ways) and the real win-
ners of the race seem to have
been the third party candi-
dates—the spoilers—whose 141
combined votes siphoned off
much needed votes to leave
both of the mainstream parties
short of triumph and in a sta-
tistical dead-heat.

As I wrote this column at
3.30 yesterday morning, the last
report from sources at the, polls,
as well as a check of The Tri-
bune’s online, real-time
updates, affirmed that FNM
candidate Dr Duane Sands and
PLP candidate Ryan Pinder,
after respectively garnering
1501 and 1500 votes, were tied.

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proving to be a political water-

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shed. .

’ Frankly, the fat lady had
electoral laryngitis on Tuesday
night and, with an uncertain
outcome, could not sing.

Contrary to the views of par-.

ty loyalists on both sides of the
political divide, no torch (FNM
symbol) was extinguished and
there weren’t any crabs (PLP
symbol) being chased into the
nearest hole.

Being an astute political
luminary, undoubtedly Prime
Minister, Hubert Ingraham—
win or lose—would realistically
see the indefinite. outcome of
Tuesday’s by-election as the
electorate’s evaluation of the
FNM government thus far, a
poll that has not yielded over-
whelmingly positive returns.

While the hotly-contested -

race was not a ringing endorse-
ment of the FNM, the PLP also
could not capitalize on the dire

economic times nor benefit in.

its capacity as a viable, major
alternative. :

The fact that approximately
1,800 registered voters spurned

an opportunity to cast votes for.

any candidate is a clear indica-

_tion that voters are possibly dis-

satisfied with both of the major
parties and, contrary to Junior
Social Services Minister Loret-
ta Butler-Turner’s fanciful on-
air suggestion during ZNS’s
post-election broadcast, most
of those non-participating elec-

tors, believe, are eligible vot-.

ers.
Indeed, in a nation where
citizens bask in their participa-
tion in the electoral-process, the
low voter turnout (65 per cent)
must be scrutinised so as to
determine their rationale.
After all of the rallies and
drunken carousing, where were
the thousands of partiers? Or
was it possibly, as I always sus-

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pected! that the vast majority
of persons at the rallies were
party-goers seeliag a good
time, party loyalists and per-
sons who weren’t even resi-
dents of Elizabeth?

At. the time of this writing

the final outcome of the by- -
* election remained unknown,

therefore I will discuss the third

parties and return to the post.
- by-election faceoff between the

FNM andthe PLP in a later
column. °

Admittedly, Bahamian vot-
ers appear to be still spellbound

-by the mainstream political par-

ties; somewhat hooked on red
and gold.

_ Although their involvement
may have thrown the by-elec-
tion into a tailspin, Workers
Party candidate Rodney Mon-
cur, BDM leader Cassius Stuart
and NDP leader.Dr Andre
Rollins all lost their $400
deposits and, in terms of their
own proclamation of victory at
Tuesday’s polls, were political
non-events. ‘

Cassius Stuart and crew
have a bit more'time to sail the

‘ss BDM before the populace

can truly—if they ever decide

to—invest their-trust in a third-

party.’ political ‘captain.

Although: he received encour-

aging electoral returns,:Mr Stu-
art is quickly being seen as a
perennial loser and political
opportunist.

In the Elizabeth by-election,

Mr Stuart received 76 votes,
just four more votes than 2007 :

BDM candidate Bernard Rolle
who it appears would have
probably garnered more votes

-in, the district, where he also

currently: resides. Thus far, the
‘BDM leader has. run in three

- constituencies—St. Margaret -
“(2002), Garden Hills (2007) and

Elizabeth (2010)—which has
led to the conclusion that Mr
Stuart has a penchant for run-
ning in elections, seemingly
more so than purposefully
working an area and nurturing
a seat. The fact that he was
attired in an Easter-egg suit at
the “great debate” was an ill-

rt

advised boo-boo. Although Mr
Stuart appears to be quite intel-
ligent and no doubt possesses
leadership potential, he is being
seen more and more as merely
a political menace—simply a
political nretender.

It does appear that cam-
paign manager Dr Dexter
Johnson’s recent union with the
BDM has reinvigorated this
seemingly muted party after a
period of near dormancy.

With the added exposure of
the by-election, the BDM has
re-emerged on the political
landscape. However, I would
not be surprised if Mr Stuart
was entertaining the prospect
of joining one of the major par-
ties.

Now that the National
Development Party has entered
the political fray with its par-
ticipation in the Elizabeth by-
election, the party that contin-
ues to assert that it has no
leader will perpetually be asso-
ciated with newcomer and de
facto leader Dr Andre Rollins,
who has emerged as the face of
the organisation.

Dr Rollins, whose ideas
were impressive, claims to rep-
resent the new Bahamian. The
NDP’s internal democratic
processes (e.g. a primary to
select its candidate), ideas
about national development
and proposal of political term
limits are noteworthy. I can

appreciate Dr Rollins’ passion-

ate disposition as he espouses
his view of a new political ‘cli-
mate—one of accountability
and sincere representation.

That said, Dr Rollins should
refrain from trivialising the
political process with quarters
and continue to propose solu-
tions and ideas to address the
country’s ills.

Dr Rollins’ behaviour on
nomination day, as shown on
Cable 12’s Newsbreak, was
most unprofessional and inap-
propriate. Frankly, I thought
the dentist’s conduct led to a

clash with PLPs, including PLP.

candidate Ryan Pinder, and he
was too busy with diversions

and Hennes in a stagecraft
that featured 1,600 quarters in a
bag.

The new and intelligent elec-
torate that, Dr Rollins’ has
appealed to are anxious, I’m
told, to know his plans for cre-
ating a better future for all
Bahamians. Will the NDP sim-

‘ply be a pressure group, mere-

ly an instrument of compromise
or will they evolve into an
instrument of political fulfil-

ment for the voting populace?

As an initial offering to the
electorate, the NDP chose a
bright and charismatic candi-
date who appears to have much
to offer. :

The inimitable, sometimes
hilarious and dedicated death
penalty campaigner Rodney

Moncur has unquestionably

raised his profile as a political
activist in the wake of the by-
election.

Mr Moncur is a faveHiek
and one of the most genuine
Bahamians I know, constantly
demonstrating his zeal to pro-
tect and speak on behalf of the
downtrodden.

The Workers Party leader
appears to be a man whose
heart is in the right place and I

‘have come to respect him for

the positive, old-school-
Bahamian characteristics that
he exhibits, which unfortunate-
ly have seemingly lost its preva-
lence in Bahamian society and
our political culture.

At 53-years-old, Mr Moncur
is multilingual, continues to be
unafraid and well-researched
and rendered an unforgettable
performance at the “great
debate” that at times was edi-
fying and thoroughly amusing.

As I anxiously await the offi-
cial by-election returns, I won-
der if the Bahamian electorate
will ever give a third-party a
chance, and possibly prompt a
coalition government.

All-in-all, it appears that the
fringe parties don’t ever entire-
ly lose as the-political stage pre-
sented by this by-election has

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NT concerned

over alleged large
scale fishing plans

THE Bahamas National
Trust said it has been inun-

dated with calls from its |

members and other con-
cerned citizens regarding a
fishing vessel in Grand
Bahama that is allegedly
being outfitted to net tuna
on a commercial scale.
The BNT is now urging
government to re-consider

any permits issued to the.

vessel in question and to

move swiftly to enact poli- |

cy to outlaw this unsus-
tainable form of fishing,
’“and prevent what would
undoubtedly be the begin-
ning of the end of our

lucrative sportsfishing

industry.”
_ “Jt would appear that the
’ fishing vessel currently in

Freeport plans to target:

yellowfin tuna. Yellowfin
tuna in the Atlantic Ocean
are managed by the Inter-
national Commission for
the Conservation of
Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT).
“Stock assessments to
date have determined that
yellowfin tuna are fully

exploited in the Atlantic.

with harvest levels near
maximum sustainable
yield. Concerns are grow-
ing over increasing catches
of Yellowfin tuna, espe-
cially by longline fleets that
are making unregulated
harvests in the Atlantic
outside the authority of
ICCAT,” the BNT said.

"Some fisheries experts,
the BNT said, bélieve that
with the Atlantic harvest
‘of tuna near maximum sus-
tainable yields that the

Govt urged to reconsider

permits issued to vessel



the
the

warm. waters of
Bahamas and

Caribbean may be the last’

stronghold of this impor-
tant fishery species.
“Some scientists also
believe that the southern
end of the tongue of the
ocean may be the breeding
site for some Atlantic tuna
stocks and should be con-
sidered as a marine no-take

- reserve.”

The BNT said it.is fur-
ther concerned over the
purse seine net method

- which is reportedly being

planned for use: by the
Freeport vessel.

“Purse seining establish-
es a large wall of netting to
encircle schools of fish.
Fishermen pull the bottom
of the netting closed, like a
drawstring purse, to herd
fish into the centre: This
method is used to catch
schooling fish, such as tuna,

or species that gather to

spawn, such as squid.

There are several types of .

purse seines and, depend-

‘ing on which is used, some

can catch other animals,
such as dolphin, who often.
travel in the tuna schools,”
the BNT explained.

“This method indiscrim-
inately catches not only
adult tuna but also imma-

ture tuna, thus dealing the .

fishery the additional blow

of juvenile mortality.”
The Yellowfin tuna, the
BNT said, are a popular
sports fish in many parts of
their range and are prized
for their’ speed and
strength when fought on
rod and reel.
“Sportsfishing makes an
important contribution to
the Bahamian economy.
Sportsfishing also con-

tributes to development:on

islands other than New
Providence and is also an
avenue through which for-
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country. Overfishing this
highly sought after game-
fish that is a critical factor
in our billion dollar
tourism and second home
owner economy would
appear to be short sight-
ed,” the BNT said.

“Further, this destructive
method of fishing can also
target other important
sports fish species such as
marlin, dolphin (mahi
mahi) and others, resulting
in a devastating impact on
our important sportsfish-
ing industry. The Bahamas
has resisted. attempts by
the Taiwanese, Japanese
and Koreans to set-up
industrial fisheries opera-
tions on the premise that
there was just not enough
volume to allow it,” the
BNT said.

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By DENISE MAYCOCK
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dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - The newly
appointed officer in charge of
the Eight Mile Rock Division

Supt Christopher Pickstock

held a walkabout with his offi-
cers.in the Pinedale communi-
tyon Wednesday.

Supt Pickstock is one of the
seven officers who were trans-
ferred from New Providence
to head various divisions here
on Grand Bahama.

He said that he is aware of
the large immigrant population
in the Eight Mile Rock com-
munity.

“TI feel it was important to
meet the people of the EMR
community and to let them
know who I am, and that we

- intend to form a partnership
‘with them to bring crime down
in the entire community.

“We want to establish a good
rapport with everyone here,”
said the 30-year veteran police
officer.

Mr Pickstock oversées some
40 officers in the Eight Mile
Rock District. He/said that
housebreaking and common
assaults are mostly committed
in the area. .

Senior Assistant Commis-
sioner Quinn McCartney said
that six superintendents and
two assistant superintendents
were transferred from New

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Providence.

The officers are:Supt Lundy,.

who has responsibility for
Operation and Support Ser-
vices; Supt Daniels, officer in
charge of Central Division;
Supt Christopher Pickstock,
officer in charge of Eight Mile
Rock Division; Supt Sean
Smith, a trained lawyer, with
responsibility for the Police Tri-

bunal to deal with disciplinary

matters; Supt Edgar Bain is sec-
ond in charge of the Central
Division; Asst Supt Kimberley
Taylor, officer in charge of
DEU, Asst Supt Taylor, sec-
ond in charge at. West End
Division to assist Supt Wendell

Deveaux from Grand Bahama. .

“All are in place now and we
want to ensure that every diw-

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inspectors who will make a sig-

nificant difference in crime
fighting,” he said. .

“Mr McCartney said that in
order to deter crime police vis-
ibility is extremely important.

He noted that there is need
for more manpower in Grand
Bahama, which is a very large
district topolice. =

“We want to make our pres-

_ ence felt on the island and we

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LONG Islanders showed off °
their agricultural competence
last weekend during the second
in a series of Family Island agri-
business expos sponsored by
the Ministry of Agriculture and
Marine Resources.

The first was held in
Eleuthera’s Bay Front Park,
Governor’s Harbour, earlier
this month. The next will be in
Exuma beginning Friday. These
expos are a partnership:
between the government and
stakeholders — producers, buy-
ers and educators. *

“It demonstrates the seri-
ousness of the people of Long
Island in joining my ministry in
promoting, encouraging and
stimulating the agri-business

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gri-business

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sector toward enhancing food
supply and security within the
Bahamas,” said Agriculture
Minister Marine Resources
Larry Cartwright.

He is the Member of Parlia-
ment for Long Island and the
Ragged Islands.

Under the central theme,

“Progressing Toward Food °

Security”, the agricultural and
fisheries sectors of Long Island
for three days showed off their
products in the categories of
ornamental, vegetable, root
crops, fruits, poultry, marine
resources, and livestock.

A National Expo used to be
held each year at the Gladstone
Road Agricultural Centre in
New Providence, But, based on



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THE BEAUTY of Long Island was on exhibit during the agri-business expo last Mee Cues



the interest, demand. and
request from the Family
Islands, the vision was expand-
ed and the focus refined, Mr
Cartwright explained.

VVision
“In realising the expanded
vision, we called upon farmers,
administrators, teachers, con-
sumers, buyers, sellers, fisher-

men and producers throughout
the Bahamas to plan and organ-

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ise island-based expos,” said Mr.

Cartwright.

They have the support of the

government and funds are allo-
cated in the ministry’s current
budget to supply seed money



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for the expos. ;

“Food security is a concern

throughout the world,” noted

_Mr Cartwright. “Many factors
are working against the ade-
quate production and supply of
food.

“It has been confirmed that
the production and supply of
food which we might have been
taking for granted, are no
longer as certain as they once
were.

“Financial and climatic
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NATIVE LONG ISLAND chick-
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the increased and high price of
food and the financial melt-

‘down characterise this experi-

ence. More frequent drought
and unpredictable storms have
also been part of the experi-
ence. ‘

* “We have therefore made a
determination to progress
toward food security by encour-
aging increased local produc-
tion in the areas of vegetable,

THE LEGENDARY Count Bernadino was on hand to entertain

patrons.

marine resources and live-
stock.” *

His ministry is also mandat-
ed to address issues that

adversely impact agricultural

and marine resources. In that
regard, Marine Protected Areas
have been created and seasons
for the harvesting of lobster,

. grouper and stone crab closed

to ensure their adequacy and
sustainability. A rapid assess-

fisheries sector is being under-
taken to respond to the needs
for increased food security, with
the assistance of the Food and
Agriculture Organisation, Mr
Cartwright said.

The Ministry’s Embryo
Transplant Programme which
produces top-notch herd should
further strengthen the mutton
market in Long Island. And
there are plans to construct an

THE WEAVING of silver top'palms

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Terminal currently under construction at the Lynden Pindling International Airport.

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Two additional food court outlets have been identified for the new terminal with |

concepts as follows:

1, Hamburgers/Chicken Burgers/Etc.
2, Other (Deli, Sandwiches/Soups, Baha

mian food, Chinese food, Japanese food,

Greek food, etc.) Note: a pizza outlet is already confirmed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

|. Proponents must be Bahamian and incorporated in The Bahamas.

ii. Proponents must have operated at least one simila

(3) years,

NAD’S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ARE TO:

r food outlet within the last three

(a) achieve a high standard of excellence and customer service:

(b) offer a mix of concepts that will help to enhance th

world class airport:

e image of the Nassau Airport as a

(c) offer food & beverage choices to passengers at reasonable prices;
(d) offer a mix of local, regional and national and international brands;

(e) develop and design food facilities th

terminal: and

(f) optimize revenue to NAD.



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offices at the reception desk on the second floor Domestic/International Terminal at
Lynden Pindling International Airport between the hours of 9:00am and 4:00pm, from
February 8th to February 19th, 2009. A mandatory pre-proposal briefing for those who
have picked up packages will be held at the Airport on Wednesday, February 24th at
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LOCALNEWS

Youngsters learn importance of

academics from the professionals. wier tirecio

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT —- A group of 700
young boys had the opportunity to
learn from professional men the
advantages of excelling in academics
and pursuing a career.

Sandra Edgecombe, District Super-.

intendent for Primary Schools, said the
boys, who came from throughout
Grand Bahama, took part in the Min-
istry of Education’s “Boys to Men”
seminar in Freeport.

Under the theme, “Building Char-
acter of Steel,’ the boys were able to
interact with professional men — edu-
cators, pastors, businessmen, and .oth-
ers — in the community who are exem-
plary role models.

This is the first time that such a sem-

Shootings leave
two men dead

FROM page one

spired prior to the shooting.
Police are investigating and
requesting the public assistance
with information.”

There was more blood shed
at a double shooting in central
Nassau just 20 minutes later.

Gunshots were fired in: the
area of Scott Street and West
Street just after midnight hit-
ting two young men.

A 21-year-old resident of
West Street told police he was
visiting his friend when they
were both shot.

The 19-year-old friend was
taken to hospital in a private
vehicle and died shortly before
3pm, while the 21-year-old was
taken to hospital by ambulance
and is in serious condition,
police say. A man is also in hos-
pital in serious condition after
he was stabbed around 12.15pm
yesterday on Podoleo Street
and Robirison Road.

Anyone with any informa-
tion should call police urgently
« on 911, 919, or call Crimestop-
pers anonymously on 328-TIPS

inar was hosted by the Ministry of Edu-
cation for fifth and sixth grades boys in
Grand Bahama.

Mrs Edgecombe said it is at this
stage that the boys are most vulnerable
to negative influences.

“This conference is very important in
the lives of our boys because for a long
time you have been hearing about
things happening, especially in the high
schools, she said.

“We thought that if we could give
them the tools they need to meet chal-
lenges and to keep them focused and
on the right track, then by the time
they get to high school they would
choose to concentrate on academics,
be respectful to adults and teachers,
and not cut classes or fight.”

Mrs Edgecombe said that character
building is important so that young
boys can become productive citizens

~

in the country. Role models were seat-
ed at each table with the boys, she said.

“We wanted them to look at real
men who get up in the morning and
get ready for work, who know how to
fix their ties and wear pants around

‘their waists, and who could be polite

and engage in sensible conservation.

“T want the public to be mindful that
if we are going to save the boys, save
the nation, then corporate citizens,
businesses and parents can’t look at
this and say, ‘that looks good’, they
have to put their money where their
mouths are and do the things that is
right for our children,”,Mrs Edge-
combe said. i

Pastor Duree Thomas, youth pastor
at Calvary Temple Assembly of God,
said that many young boys do not have
a father figure or good male role mod-
els at home to teach them what being a

of

real man is all about.

‘He also said that young boys should
speak out if they are being forced into
immoral activities or situations.

“T think a mentorship programme
such as this is good for our young boys
and should be an ongoing thing in the
school system,” he said.

Mr Thomas noted that many young
men allow labels of society to dictate
their lives and they resort to antisocial
activities.

“Tt is sad that we have so many
young men that are not living in pur-
pose and they have allowed their pur-
pose to be buried under hopelessness
and despair, but there is hope for them
to rise up from any grave society has
dug or placed them in,” he said.

Mr Thomas said more men need to
play an integral role in the lives of
young boys.































Teens ‘breaking

of adults’
FROM page one

Dean said: “Criminals will
look out for young persons
who are vulnerable and use
juveniles to do the physical
break-in and then collect the
items. They know their fin-
gerprints will not be found
at the scene. In some cases it
is well organised.”

The level of organisation
extends to buyers of stolen
goods who buy and sell
stolen televisions, comput-
ers, video game consoles,
dvd players and jewellery,
or even pre-order it from
burglars, allowing the
thieves to share the profits
among themselves.

Southwestern division
Crime Manager Sergeant
Anton Rahming said: “A:
number of persons will send
out the word on the street
that they are looking for a
particular item and then
they go and find them.”

Police are honing in on
those who order stolen
goods as well as buyers
reselling the goods in pawn
shops across New Provi-
dence as they can face the
same penalties as those con-
victed of housebreaking and
theft - up to five years in
prison.

Although young people
under 16 may face lesser
charges in youth court they
will be tried as adults in
Magistrates Court and face
the adult penalty of up to
five years jail time if charged
in connéction with an adult
as were the youths appre-
hended this week.

Police are confident inves-
tigations will lead to more
arrests asthey press on with
several lines of inquiry.

Many of the housebreak-
ings occur between 7.30am
and 3pm and children
believed to be at school may
be involved.

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: crime manager Assistant
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school; they go into the com-
munity housebreaking and
then they return at 3.30pm as

if they had been at school.”

He urged parents to check
their children’s attendance at
school, and asked residents
to call police when they see
young men of school age in
the neighbourhood during:
the day. $

Police are also working
with schools to identify
absent students and monitor
their whereabouts.

Crime manager for the
southeastern division Detec-
tive Sergeant Mark Barrett
said: “We are continuing with
our ongoing initiative to tar-
get housebreaking suspects.

“We need to target these
delinquent youngsters who
are walking the streets, mis-
guided, with no sense of
direction.”

- ASP Deleveaux added: “If
you break the law or commit
housebreakings or crimes we
will search you out, arrest you
and we will put you before
the courts.” :

Stolen goods recovered by
police can be claimed by
owners at the South Beach
police station.

To report a crime or suspi-
cious behaviour call police on
911, 919, or call Crime Stop-
pers anonymously on 328-
TIPS (8477).

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ST JOHN’S point guard Derek Kelly goes up for two points in the opening game of the Hugh Campbell Clas-

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past Saints



By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdosett@tribunemedia.net

THE first slate of elimina-
tions at the 28th Annual
Hugh Campbell Basketball
Classic are in the books, with
several of the capital’s local
private schools the first to exit
the tournament.

¢ ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE
GIANTS — 49

¢e KINGSWAY ACADEMY
SAINTS — 47.

Dwight Moss and his late
game heroics allowed the
Giants to live on another
game and made the Saints the
first team sent packing in this
year’s tournament.

Moss nailed a game win-
ning jumper from just inside
the three point line on the left
wing with 0.3 seconds left to

play to put the Giants ahead _

for the first time since early in
the fourth quarter.

Moss finished with a game
high 21 points and made near-
ly every key play for the
Giants down the stretch as the
Saints threatened to pull away
late.

the third quarter, but a 6-0
run, capped by Moss’ break-
away slam dunk, tied the
game for the first time in the
half at 25.

His layup just plays later
gave the Giants their first lead
of the quarter and a runner
by Derek Kelly gave St.
John’s a 33-31 lead heading
into the fourth quarter.

The Saints tied the game
on the opening possession of
the fourth, beginning a nip
and tuck final six minutes
which featured three ties and
three lead changes.

St. John’s used a brief run
to build a six point lead, but
back to back three pointers
by Kyle Ferguson tied the
game at 39.

Mikhail Rolle, who finished
with a team high 16 points
and eight rebounds, took
charge for the Saints on the
offensive end of the floor and
scored the team’s final eight
points of the game.

A pair of tough finishes in
traffic gave the Saints a 43-39
lead, however, Moss would
respond with one of two at
the line and a turnaround
jumper in the post to bring
the Giants within one.

Rolle scored again to give
the Saints a 45-42 lead with
1:06 left to play and after

Anwar Neely made one of

Cleveland acquires Jamison in trade

BASKETBALL
CLEVELAND
Associated Press

THE CAVALIERS and
their newest star have some-
thingincommon. ,

Neither has ever won a
championship.

Together, they hope to fix
that in June.

"There's only one thing left
for me to achieve," Antawn
Jamison said Thursday. "It's
the one thing that keeps me
going. It's the one thing that
drives me night in and night
out. I said to myself, 'It's
going to happen before I

retire.' J don't have another ©

five or 10 years left in this
body. I'm just blessed to be
put in this situation."

_ The best team in the league
filled its last glaring hole when
Cavs GM, Danny Ferry
acquired Jamison on Wednes-
day in a three-team trade with
Washington and the Los



Angeles Clippers. Now the

- Cavaliers can trot out a front-

court of Jamison, Shaquille
O'Nealand LeBron James, a
trio with a combined 23 All-
Star appearances.

This was Cleveland's final

statement to James before his
pending free agency this sum-
mer that the team is dedicated
to winning its first champi-
onship.. ‘

It came ata hefty price for
a team already well over the
salary. cap. The Cavaliers were
forced to trade away
Zydrunas Ilgauskas, while
Cavs owner Dan Gilbert swal-
lowed the remaining $28 mil-
lion owed to Jamison over the
next two years.

Trading Ilgauskas was the
mosi difficult part for Ferry,
since the two were Cavaliers
teammates at one time.
Ilgauskas has spent his entire
12-year career with the Cava-
liers and is the career leader
in games played, blocks and
rebounds. He is second in

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scoring to James.

James has played more
games with Ilgauskas than
anyone else in his career.

"I'm OK with the trade,"
James said. "I'm not OK with
losing Z, but I'm OK with the
guy coming in. ... The best
thing he'll do for our team is
spread the floor. His shooting
ability is unbelievable. The
fact he can play multiple posi-
tions can really make us ver-
satile."

Ferry admitted he's been
trying to get Jamison in
Cleveland for the last couple
of years. Washington finally
relented when it began
rebuilding following the sea-
son-long suspension of
Gilbert Arenas.

The Cavaliers shipped
Ilgauskas to Washington,
along with a 2010 first-round
draft pick and the rights to
Emir Preldzic, who was select-
ed in the second round of last
year's draft. The Wizards also
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ton from Los Angeles.

Cleveland gets guard
Sebastian Telfair from the
Clippers, who received Drew
Gooden from the Wizards.

The chance to add a scorer
like Jamison, who has aver-
aged nearly 20 points for his
career, was too good for
Cleveland to pass up.

"T didn't feel we had to do
something," Ferry said. "It
was a great position to be in.
Our guys have done a great
job in giving us the ability to
only make a decision if there
was something that really
excited us and caught our
eye." 4

Now it is up to Cavaliers
coach Mike Brown to make
all the pieces fit. At 43-11,

Cleveland already has the.

league's best record and is rid-
ing a 13-game winning streak.
Tinkering with that sort of
chemistry can be dangerous,
but Ferry believes the addi-
tion of Jamison will be seam-
less.

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two at the line, the Saints’
leading scorer scored again
for a 47-43 lead.

After Moss made one of
two at the line, the Giants
forced four consecutive
turnovers, the last of which
came after a Moss free throw
tied the game at 47 with 13
seconds remaining.

Moss’ 21 led all scorers,
while Neely, a star on the
Giants junior boys squad fin-
ished with 11 and Kristoff
Wood added eight points and
eight rebounds.

Rolle-was one of two Saints
in double figures while Regi-
nald Ferguson finished with
10 points, five assists, and five
steals, Corlton Knowles
added nine and Ferguson fin-
ished with eight.

¢ JORDAN PRINCE
WILLIAM FALCONS — 66

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MY WARRIORS - 62

The Falcons, absent from
the BAJISS playoffs this year,
pulled off the day’s biggest
upset by establishing an early
lead and holding off a late ral-
ly from the Warriors.

The Falcons led by as much
as 16 in the fourth quarter,
but the game remained unde-
cided until the game’s final
minutes when the Falcons
defence salvaged the win with
a timely turnover.

Clinging to a two point
lead, Franson Moss stole a
pass-from the Warriors’
Tivaughn Gibson with 21 sec-
onds left to play.

Moss made two at the line
and Antevin Williams sealed
the win with an acrobatic fin-
ish on the ensuing possession
for the game’s final margin.

The Falcons led by 16 after

‘a dominating first half, 39-23.

An. 8-2 run to open the
third brought the Warriors
within 10, however the Fal-

~ cons responded with a 6-0 run

of their own to maintain the
16 point advantage.

Gibson’s layup just before
the buzzer sounded trimmed
the deficit to 52-41 heading
into the fourth quarter.

The Falcons regained a 16
point lead with 3:03 left to
play on a tip in by Vaughn

Toote, for a 59-43 lead.
The Warriors’ top scoring
trio got them back into the

game with a series of clutch

plays down the stretch.

Richard Malone sparked
the run with a three point play
and followed with a pair of
free throws on the ensuing
possession..

Gibson converted a three
point play just plays later for a
60-55 deficit with 1:40 left to
play.

Leslie Wilson came up with
a steal at half court and fin-
ished with a fastbreak layup
to bring the Warriors within a
single possession, 60-57.

Austin Hanna - finally
stopped the bleeding for the
Falcons and put an end to the
Warriors’ 14-1 run with 1:13
remaining.

Jarvis Knowles made one
of two at the to bring the
Warriors within two, but
failed to tie on the next pos-
session.

Moss led the Falcons with
21 points, Toote added 13,
Williams chipped in with sev-
en and Hanna added five.

Gibson led the Warriors
with 19 points, Malone added
17, Wilson finished with 14
and Knowles added seven.

e TELEOS CHERUBIMS -— 33

e MT. CARMEL CAVA-
LIERS — 27

A pair of Bahamas Scholas-
tic Association teams squared
off with the Cherubims over-
coming an early deficit to
advance with the win.

The Cavaliers controlled a
slow paced first quarter and
took an early 9-5 lead.

Teleos took their first lead
of the game on a tip in by
Jameson Dorelien for an 11-9
advantage.

The Cherubims led 18-14
at the half. ,

They built an early eight
point lead in the third quarter

‘on an acrobatic reverse layup

by Henry Rolle which put his
team ahead 24-16.

The Cavaliers shot 0-10
from the line in the quarter
but still managed to pull with-
in three, 24-21 with 1:06 left to

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Columbia, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010.

White’s showstopper caps
second Olympic gold

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British Columbia
Associated Press

THE FANS were waiting.
Shaun White could see them
packed in the stands at the
bottom of the hill ready for
snowboarding's greatest show-
man — all of 23 years old —
to go do his thing..

Only he couldn't. Not for a
minute.anyway.

‘His second Olympic half-
i id medal already won,



White turned to-U.S. Snow- IE

boarding coach. Mike
Jankowski and told him, "I
can't snowboard right now.’

So he didn't.

He flew instead.

Laying down a victory lap
for the ages, White put an
exclamation point on the most
successful day in U.S. Winter



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Olympics history Wednesday
by landing — barely — his lat-
est invention: the Double
McTwist 1260.

White has renamed the

trick — which requires him to’

cram two .board-over-head
flips inside of 3? turns — "The
Tomahawk."

Another word for it: impos-
sible.

He'd kept it out of his first
run intentionally, opting for a
safer routine that helped him -
post a score of 46.8, a num-

ber none of the otheitt tiders

in the final came close to chal-
lenging.

Yet he hadn't done all that
work, sacrificed all those
hours, dealt with all that pain
to stop now.

The competition was over.
The world was watching.

With Guns N' Roses' "Par-
adise City" blasting over the
speakers, White knew it was

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Babel after scoring a goal against Unirea Urziceni during their
Europa League soccer match at Anfield, Liverpool, England,
Thursday Feb. 18, 2010.

time to rock the house.

His blue bandanna replete
with white stars — which per-
fectly match his iconic red
locks — flapping in the wind,
White provided the signature
moment of his singular career,
one that will live on no matter
how fast, how far or how high
the sport expands.

"I like to put on a show and
show everybody what I can
do," White said.

And nobody does it better.

"It's impossible to beat
Shaun unless he falls," said sil-
ver medalist Peetu Piioroinen
of Finland.

No chance. Not on this day.
Not with the chance to show
the outside world — the one
that's criticized the sport for
being too dangerous follow-
ing a serious injury to star
Kevin Pearce two months ago

— that the risk is worth the
“reward.

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"Tonight was about pulling
all the stops on my last run
and doing something that's
never been done before,"
White said.

It's what propels him. Win-
ning isn't enough anymore.
He wants to be at the fore-
front, propelling snowboard-
ing into the future.

"Shaun's a living legend
with what he's done already
and with what he's going to
continue to do and really push
this sport to the next level,"

Jankowski said. "It's the: ALH--
American way. It's being sas:
-. pioneer and taking those steps





into the unknown."

White has already been’

doing that for years, becoming
a household name after win-
ning gold in Turin four years
ago. Then he was the fresh-
faced 19-year-old with the
retro-hip nickname: "the Fly-
ing Tomato."

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He's since moved on to
"The Animal," though he
admits he longs for a day
when he doesn't need a gim-
micky moniker. He's managed
to become a multimillionaire,
complete with a clothing line
and a video game.

And he's figured out a way
to make the move into the
corporate world while, main-
taining credibility within his
sport.

Teammate Scotty Lago,
who finished a somewhat sur-
prising third, called White one
of the most "dedicated and
focused" people he knows.

White needed the focus fol-
lowing a rare loss to. Danny
Davis in January. Davis put
together a run so perfect
White opted to skip some
downtime with his family in
California to head to Utah
and put the finishing touches
on "The Tomahawk."



Juventus, Liverpool win 1st
games in Europa League

SOCCER
By STUART CONDIE
Associated Press

FORMER European cham-

pions Juventus and Liverpool -

won their first games in this
season's Europa League on
Thursday night.

Liverpool labored in its
return to the second-tier Euro-
pean club tournament, beat-
ing visiting Unirea Urziceni 1-
0 in the second round, first leg

match on David Ngog's head- .

er in the 81st minute.

In Amsterdam, Juventus
rallied to defeat Ajax 2-1 on
goals by Amauri in the 31st
and 58th minutes. Miralem
Sulejmani scored in the 17th
minute for Juventus in a

‘rematch of the 1996 Champi-

ons League final.
Juventus' Hasan Sali-
hamidzic was ejected in the

last minute for fouling Chris- -

tian Eriksen. Luis Suarez,
Ajax's leading scorer, will
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goals series after receiving a

_ yellow card for dissent. uven-

tus and Liverpool would up
in the Europa League after
each finishing third in their
first-round Champions
League group.

Fulham won 2-1 over visit-
ing Shakhtar Donetsk, the last
club to win the UEFA Cup
before it was revamped as the
Europa League this season.

The Cottagers got goals from ~

Zoltan Gera in. the third
minute and Bobby Zamora in
the 63rd, while Luiz Adriano
scored a potentially valuable
away goal for Shakhtar in the
32nd.

Everton, the third English
club still in the competition,
beat visiting Sporting Lisbon
2-1 on Tuesday.

Spain's four teams failed to
earn a single win, even with
three of them playing at
home.

Atletico Madrid tied 1-1
against Galatasaray, Athletic
Bilbao tied 1-1 against Ander-
lecht, Villarreal tied 2-2 versus
Wolfsburg, and Valencia lost
1-0 at Brugge.

Djibril Cisse scored with a

_ minute left to give Panathi-

naikos a 3-2 win over visiting
AS Roma.
Russia's Rubin Kazan
racked up the biggest victory
margin among the day's 15
matches, beating Hapoel Tel
Aviv 3-0. Standard Liege
defeated Red Bull Salzburg a
3-2, the first loss for the Aus-
trian club in this season's tour-
nament.

Twente beat Werder Bre-
men 1-0 and Hamburg defeat-
ed PSV Eindhoven 1-0.
Hertha Berlin, the last-place
team in the Bundesliga, tied
1-1 with Benfica.

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play.

The Cherubims ended
with a 5-0 run to take a 29-
21 lead into the fourth and
led by 10 for the first time
on another tip by Dorelien,
31-21.

The Cavs were scoreless
for nearly the entire quarter
until Aaron Aliva scored
with 1:53 left to play.

Rolle led the Cherubims
with 10 points, Dorelien
added nine and Spencer
Lewis finished with eight.

Karon Pratt led Mt
Carmel with eight.

» QUEEN’S COLLEGE
COMETS — 44

° TEMPLE CHRISTIAN
SUNS — 34

In the final elimination
game of the day, The:
Comets led from wire to
wire in a foul-heavy contest
which featured a flurry of
technical fouls and one
ejection.

A 7-7 tie at the end of!
the first quarter quickly bal-
looned when the Comets
: opened on an 8-0 run.

The Comets outscored
the Suns 17-9 in the quarter
to take a 24-16 lead at the
half.

Perez Brooks scored
: ‘eight in the third period to
: bring the Suns within strik-
ing distance, and his layup
with just seconds to go in

:. the quarter trimmed the

deficit 30-26 headed into
the fourth.

Brooks pulled the Suns
within two on the opening
possession of the fourth but
they failed to pull any clos-
er.

The Comets ended the
game on a 14-6 run to seal
the win and advance.

Eleazor Johnson led all
scorers with 19 points while
Dorian Bowe added eight
and Louis Dames finished
with six.

Brooks led the Suns with
17 ee

Mancuso

Wins another

Olympic silver

WINTER OLYMPICS
WHISTLER, British
Columbia

Associated Press

JULIA Mancuso won her
third Olympic Alpine medal

.Thursdav, equaling Bode

Miller for the most ever by
an American skier.

Mancuso, who finished
second behind teammate
Lindsey Vonn in Wednes-
day's downhill, again won
silver in the super-com-
bined.

"I didn't expect that,"
Mancuso said. "Such a great

i feeling of accomplishment

and really just believing in
everything I was doing."
Mancuso gave the United

States its first medal in

women's Olympic com-
bined or super-combined
since 1948. And her best
event is yet to come — next
Wednesday's giant slalom,
the race the 25-year-old.
Californian won at the 2006
Turin Games.

Hip surgery after those
Olympics led to back prob-
lems that made her some- °
thing of an afterthought:
among the leading Alpine*
contenders. She hasn't won
any World Cup race since
March 2007.

"I just came to these
Olympics trying to put the
past behind me and rip it
up," Mancuso said.

Consider it done.

"She's just attacking. She
has a lot of intensity, and I

'. think her struggling in the

past few years is maybe
motivating her more. And
she's coming in here as an
underdog. No one's really
expecting her to do any-
thing, and I think that
helps," said Vonn, the over-
all World Cup leader who
has raced against Mancuso
since they were young.
"When you don't have any
pressure, it helps to ski
aggressively. It definitely is
a lot different, you know,
when you have everyone
looking at you and expect-
ing you to do things."
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 15

PLP in Election Court push

FROM page one

time crowd swelled to more than 400
heated supporters who police in ever
greater numbers had to repeatedly
separate.

At the start of the day, the FNM
was up by a single vote with eight
polling divisions recounted and only
four more to go. They took a break
from 8am until 2pm. It then took until
5.30pm to confirm the results of the
Polling Division #9 because a furious

CONCERNS OVER TURNQUEST
PRESENCE IN RECOUNT

argument erupted over a single vote
cast for Ryan Pinder. In the end, the
PLP resigned themselves to the loss of
this vote and conceded another to the
FNM.

When the FNM crowd outside
learned that Dr-Sands now had a two
vote lead, they erupted into cheers
and began singing the Bahamian
national anthem. Later when the PLP
candidate, whose dual-citizenship has
become a major issue in this election,
emerged from the school, they began
singing the American national

anthem. This drew the ire of his sup-

» porters:and the scene became heated

and the police had to step in.

At around 9pm, The Tribune got
word that the Central Detective Unit
(CDU) warned the FNM that they
expected trouble from some elements
in Elizabeth and advised that they
relocate their supporters to the FNM
constituency headquarters on Prince
Charles Drive.

Police presence was increased and
a careful watch was kept on cars bear-
ing FNM paraphernalia, which it was



FROM page one

during the recount. Mr
Roberts tongue-lashed Mr
Turnquest, who is also the
minister of national security,
for having "the audacity to
present himself.as an FNM
election agent at the recount."

He rebuked Mr Turnquest's
presence during the recount
as a "serious violation of the
most fundamental principle of
democratic elections and the
most scandalous example to
date of the heavy handedness
of the FNM in this by-elec-
tion." He also called for the
prime minister remove Mr
Turnquest from the recount
proceedings.

Mr Grimes, a PLP lawyer
who has been overseeing the
recount, also took issue with
the presence of several other
Cabinet ministers in the
recount room, including Envi-
ronment Minister Earl
Deveaux, Social Services Min-
ister Loretta Butler-Turner,
Labour Minister Dion
Foulkes and former Educa-
tion Minister Carl Bethel.

."Their mere presence is in
my view intimidating" to Mr
‘Thompson and the police offi-
cers standing guard, Mr
Grimes told The Tribune.

‘When contacted for:com-
ment. Mr Foulkes — the
FNM's lead spokesperson in
the recount process — said
Cabinet ministers from suc-
cessive governments have rep-

resented their parties during

the recount and other election
processes. '

"I don't see a problem with
it — every government of the
Bahamas going back to the
UBP, the five successive gov-
ernments of Sir Lynden Pin-

dling and also our government °

Cabinet ministers have fully
participated in recounts and
working at the polls."

Gi

He recalled an instance dur-
ing the 1986 by-election for
the St Barnabas constituency
when then prime minister and
PLP leader Sir Lynden Pin-
dling was present at the polls.

"I can recall Sir. Lynden
Pindling in the by-election in
St Barnabas in 1986, when
Matthew Rose died, and Pin-
dling was a poll worker and
sat in the polls when people
voted for the entire day.

"Pindling sat in that poll as
prime minister in charge of
the Parliamentary Registrar
Department, minister in

charge of the public service |

— (he) sat in that poll for that
entire day," Mr Foulkes
recalled. "And every subse-
quent election or by-election
PLP Cabinet ministers fully

' participated, including the last
election. Apparently the par-
ticipation of Cabinet ministers

is only a problem when the
PLP is in Opposition."

He added that Mr Robert's
accusations of Mr Turnquest

pressuring Jack Thompson are’

untrue.

-"Mr Turnquest has been
very subdued during this
entire process," he said.

The politician added that

-he is assured that Mr Thomp-

son and Parliamentary Com-
missioner Errol Bethel have
remained free of government

, influence during the recount.

"They are independent.
What has happened over the
last 36 hours has demonstrat-
ed.the independence of both
of those men — because there

‘were rulings made against us

and for us."

He and his FNM colleagues
have made submissions for
election ballots that. they
pushed to be accepted during

‘the recount which were reject-
ed by returning officer Jack .

Thompson, Mr Foulkes said,
while some PLP submissions
have been accepted.



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makes his point yesterday.

(L-R) NICOLE COLEBROOKE, customer relations manager (centre left) and Melanie Stanislaus, assis-
(centre right) with members of the new GBPA customer relations

tant customer relations manager

feo N

GBPA announces relocation
of customer relations dept

THE Grand Bahama Port
Authority and Port Group
Limited have announced the
relocation of its newly
formed customer relations
department to the ground
floor of the GBPA head-
quarters building, effective
March 1.

The move comes as the
Grand Bahama Power Com-
pany, a tenant of the GBPA
headquarters building, relo-
cates to their new premises
in early March.

“During the first two
weeks of March, our cashiers
will occupy a temporary
space until renovations have
been completed,” said cus-
tomer relations department
manager Nicole Colebrooke.

“The public should expect
a little disruption as work
commences, however, the

transitional cashier will be
equipped to receive all pay-
ments related to the group
of companies,” she said.
The public is advised that
once the Power Company
moves to their new premises,
payments for electricity bills
will no longer be made in
‘The Port’ building.
According to Ms Cole-
brooke, the customer rela-
tions’ cashier will accept all
other payments, including
water, garbage, licence fees,
service charges, elevator
inspection, all building and
development payments,
property rental and all other

‘ payments. |

Additionally, new cus-
tomer account numbers will
automatically be issued for
all utility bills. Effective
March 1, utility bills will

change in colour from green
to blue and will be issued in

' the usual format, bearing the

new account numbers.

An official opening of the
15-member, customer rela-
tions department, in their
newly renovated office
space, is slated for March 15.

“Management has formed
this new customer relations
department with our cus-
tomers in mind. Our focus is
service with excellence.
Therefore, we look forward
to continuing to provide the
residents of Grand Bahama
Island and those abroad with
quality service. The much
anticipated move will result
in expanded space for a com-
mitted team, eager to ensure
that each need is met as we
aim to provide superior ser-
vice,” Ms Colebrooke said.







PLP CAMPAIGN Chairman Dr Bernard Nottage and PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts.

FNM candidate Dr Duane Sands

feared would be targeted by vandals.

The tension outside the school
building complemented the boiler
room atmosphere in the recount
room, which the two major parties
increasingly filled with lawyers who

' carefully scrutinised and argued over

each ballot.
The PLP in particular were said to
have made the most of every oppor-

tunity to increase their presence. .
Defeated Workers’ Party candidate

Rodney Moncur told The Tribune as

_ the wrangle over Polling Division #9

reached fever pitch, that PLP opera-
tives were “harassing” him for per-
mission to use his allotted spots in the
room.
At different times in the night, the
PLP reportedly had Melanie Griffith,
Damien Gomez, Philip 'Brave' Davis,
Ken Dorsett, Keod Smith, Valentine
Grimes and Wayne Munroe repre-
senting its interests. ;
Meanwhile, the FNM was said to
have been-represented by Diane
Stewart, Cathy Hassan, Dion Foulkes,

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‘Huge risk for economy’ if

FRIDAY,

no austerity in the Budget

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

THE Government would be
“taking a huge risk for the
economy” if it fails to introduce
austerity measures in its
upcoming 2010-2011 Budget, a
former finance minister warned
yesterday, as this represented
the last chance to “put the
screws” to the expanding fiscal
deficit and national debt before
entering an election year.

James Smith, who was min-
ister of state for finance in the
former 2002-2007 Christie
administration, suggested that
the Government ought to cut
spending by the same propor-
tion as its revenues had
declined, warning that the
Bahamas’ might have to with-
stand “higher levels of unem-
ployment for a longer period”
to get the public finances back
on track.

Arguing that the Bahamas
“ought to consider these mea-
sures very carefully now”, Mr
Smith suggested that the May
Budget represented the Ingra-
ham administration’s last major

chance to set the nation’s °

finances back on the correct
path, given that the 2011-2012
Budget was unlikely to be
slashed with a general election
fast approaching.

“This is the only time they’re

* Ex-minister says upcoming
May Budget last chance to
‘put the screws’ to rising
deficit and national debt
before election spending
cycle for 2012 -

* Warns: ‘We might have

to suffer higher levels of
unemployment for a longer
period of time to get this
necessary fiscal adjustment.
We ought to consider

these measures very
carefully now’

going to have for it, because of
the election in 2012, and I can’t
see them making major spend-
ing cuts then,” Mr Smith told
Tribune Business yesterday.
“2011 will be the time to put
the screws to the Budget. That

will be expected by people -

watching the economy in and
outside of the Bahamas, so not
to do so will be taking a huge
risk for the economy.’

The latter statement is likely

to be a reference to what Wall .

Street credit rating agencies,
Moody’s and Standard &

SEE page 2B

Regulator’s $1.27m consulting -
fees slammed as ‘extraordinary’

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

TELE -
COMS opera-
tors have
branded the §
new sector §
regulator’s-
$4.8 million |
annual budget
for 2009-2010
as “dispropor-
tionate” and
something that
places “too high a burden” on
the private sector, one describ-
ing the $1.27 million allocated
to pay consultants’ fees as
“extraordinary”.

Paul Hutton-Ashkenny, pres-
ident of Systems Resource
Group (SRG), parent company
of IndiGo Networks, said in a
February 15, 2010, letter to the
Utilities Regulation & Compe-



ASHKENNY

tition Authority (URCA) that

the latter’s stated aim of pro-
viding value for money was
“difficult to reconcile” with the
$4.8 million operating budget.

Responding to URCA’s
2009-2010 draft annual plan and

* Telecoms operators say
URCA’s $4.8m budget
imposes ‘too high a burden’
* Urge that fees be capped
to prevent budget, which
has increased by 75%,

from becoming ‘limitless’

strategy, Mr Hutton-Ashken-
ny said URCA’s budget com-
pared to the $3.8 million allo-
cated for the Barbados utility
regulator, while counterparts
in the Cayman Islands, Jamaica
and the Turks & Caicos had
budgets of $1.3 million, $3.1

‘ million and $1.3 million respec-

tively.

The SRG president said the
utilities regulators in Barbados,
Jamaica and the Cayman

Islands all regulated more sec-

tors than URCA, such as elec-
tricity, water, natural gas and
transportation, and had to cope
with more industry players as a
result of liberalisation being

SEE page 4B

Reforms urged to save
Nassau’s listed buildings

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

RULES that protect listed
buildings in the City of Nassau,
and give investment incentives
and. directions for their reno-
vation or restoration, need to
be closely scrutinised and pos-
sibly reformed, a former MP
said yesterday.

Janet Bostwick, who was also
the first woman sworn into the
House of Assembly, said exist-
ing rules regarding buildings 50
years and older often make it
more financially viable for own-
ers to raze them to the ground,
rather than restore them.

An audience member at a
workshop for Incentives for
Property and Business Devel-
opment, staged by the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce and the
Downtown Nassau Partnership,
Mrs Bostwick suggested during
the forum that historic, sites
throughout the city were at risk
of being demolished, rather
than preserved for posterity,
because of ambiguous rules
regarding their preservation.

She said many renovations
and restorative upgrades were
needed by numerous listed
buildings in Nassau, and the
existing rules could possibly
change the historical signifi-
cance of the buildings, leaving
them in danger cf being exempt
from receiying certain conces-
sions. This could move owners
to either neglect or tear them

Ministry approves 63
out of.75 applications
for investment in
centives related to_
historical building
renovations

down because of the expenses
involved in saving it.

Revenue compliance officer
at the Ministry of Finance,
Karen Hepburn, said listed
buildings were eligible to
receive customs exemptions for
renovations and restoration,

plus exemptions from real

property tax.
Ms Hepburn said those
buildings were allowed to be

refurbished, so long as they did.

not detract from the building’s
historical value. She said the

Ministry recently received 75_

applications for concessions for
historical buildings.

According to her, 63 appli-
cations for exemptions were
approved, with 55 receiving real
property tax exemptions, 31
customs exemptions and 12
being denied because their his-
torical significance title had
been rescinded.

The owners of Graycliff have
undertaken the task of reno-
vating historical properties
directly facing theirs. The build-
ings are slated to become
chocolate and coffee factories,
and will be renovated under the
historical buildings concessions.

FEBRUARY

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2010





20% cost burden’ from worker woe

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

ahamian busi-

nesses incur

some 20 per cent

of their operat-

ing costs in train-
ing employees in basic literacy
and numeracy skills, and equip-
ping them to serve customers,
the Chamber of Commerce’s
president disclosed yesterday,
something that has to largely
be covered by long- DESTIN
consumers.

Khaalis Rolle, unveiling the
launch of the Chamber Insti-
tute, an initiative designed to
improve the long-term com-
petitiveness of the Bahamian
economy and its companies,

said business profitability and:

efficiency were being under-
mined because employers were
having to train recruits in skills
they should have learned in
high school.

“T believe that the panies! is
20 per cent of-our costs, based
on experience and feedback
I’ve received over the years,”
Mr Rolle said, when asked by
Tribune Business to jquantify
the impact on business cost
structures caused by the large-
ly poor quality of public high
school graduates.

“When you look at the fun- |

damental rate of return, that is
certainly far too large. Most
businesses get a rate of return
of between 6-12 per cent, so
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ones back. If you finish the race it won’t be pretty and it may even kill you’

ability to be
profitable
businesses” is
duninished |
Rolle
rébed a prac-
tical example
of how poor
-customer’ser-
ne and poor-
veducated - ROLLE
cnpovess cost Bahamian com-
panies business. He said he had

called. into. a.radiator shop

because of problems ‘with his
car at just before 3pm, only to

be told’ that the mechanic -
- required was on lunch break

until that time.
When he asked the recep-
tionist whether he should wait

until that person appeared, Mr -
6-also paying more, because that

Rolle said the receptionist said
she did not know. He then
asked if she:could call the
mechanic, to. which she
responded that he did not have
any minutes on his cell phone,
and did not want him to incur
the cost of a call.

When Mr Rolle offered to
make the call from his cell
phone, the girl confessed that



“* Public high school system has 70% ‘blended fail rate’ in
Maths aut English, leaving 3,000 graduates per year illiterate

she just did not want to ring
the mechanic. “This is an indi-

vidual that did not understand
the value of a customer com-

ing to you for service. You

probably gave away your pay |
cheque for the week,” he -
- added, saying that improve-

ments in sales and customer

service techniques would
’ ensure more business came to

Bahamian companies, “and put
more in your bottom line.”.
Robert Myers, head of the
Chamber’s education and
labour committee, said the cost

_ burden imposed on Bahamian

companies by high school grad-
uates unprepared for the world

‘of work was “at least” 20 per

cent.
He added: “The-consumer is

20 per cent has to be covered,
and the quality put out in ser-
vice and productivity is often
sub-standard.

“From a ‘consumer stand:
point, this is a very integral ini-
tiative, because it will lead to
better consumer protection as
we raise standards across all
industries.”

The Chamber Institute is
ultimately intended to have its
own campus, with classrooms
able to host workshops for all
trades, and incubator facilties
that can house small businesses
and entrepreneurs until they
find their feet, and are able to
move out into the real world.

- Mr Rolle said the Chamber
was “now in the final stages of
preparing the application” to
the Government for a grant-of
Crown Land, which would be
the site for the Institute’s cam-
pus. The Chamber was hoping
to base it in the Oakes Field
area, although the scarcity of
land in New Providence meant
this was by no means certain. |

- Mr Myers said that when his
group of companies expanded
from landscaping and mainte-

“nance into construction, retail,

security, energy and manufac-

‘turing, “we became acutely

aware that the largest single
problem we faced was that of
finding competent employees
that we could train;-motivate
and empower to work in and

SEE page 2B

RND chair gets $800k for selling majority control

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

COLINA Insurance Compa-

ny yesterday disclosed it had

_ paid Senator Jerome Fitzger-

ald just over $800,000 to acquire
a further 20 per cent stake in
RND Holdings, taking its
majority ownership position to
just under 65 per cent-after pay-
ing $0.40 per share.

The BISX-listed insurer, in
an advertisement placed in a
daily newspaper, said it had
raised its RND equity stake
from 44.9 per cent via three
separate purchases of shares
from Senator Fitzgerald during
January 2010.

The first tranche of 700,480
shares was acquired from Sen-

* Colina Insurance Company raised stake _
from 44.9% to almost 65% via purchase of 2m
shares from Senator Fitzgerald at $0. 4 per share
* Litigious minority RND investor calls for —

4

ator Fitzgerald on January 6,
2010, with two more tranches -
1,070,596 shares and 229,129
shares - acquired on January
25, 2010. All the purchases were
a price of $0.40 per share, a val-
ue not inconsistent with RND
Holdings’ prevailing market
price on the over-the-counter
market.

Given that Mr Fitzgerald and
his former business partner,

himself and others to be bought out

Brent Dean, collectively owned
two-thirds or around 66 per
cent of RND Holdings before
the latter was bought out, the
deal with Colina Insurance
Company seems to imply that
Senator Fitzgerald may have
sold out from the company
entirely - or at least reduced his
stake to a single-figure per-

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no austerity in the Budget

FROM page 1B

Poor’s (S&P), plus the interna-
tional capital markets and
investors, would like to see the
Government do in terms of cut-
ting the annual fiscal deficit:and
national debt.

The latter’s ratio to Bahami-
an gross dqmestic product
(GDP) now stands at more
than 50 per cent, and possibly
close to 55 per cent, well above
the 40 per cent ‘comfort’
threshold that gives investors
complete confidence the coun-
try will be able to repay all its
debts.

In addition, the fiscal deficit
for the first five months of the
2009-2010 Budget year
increased year-over-year by 14
per cent or $138.7 million, a fig-
ure that would have been con-
siderably. worse had the Gov-
ernment not generated $90 mil-
lion in revenues from a
Bahamas Telecommunications
Company (BTC) dividend and
Statoil’s purchase of South Rid-
ing Point.

“The obvious emphasis
would have to be on the size of

_ the deficit and corresponding :

increase in the national debt,”
Mr Smith said of this month’s
impending mid-term Budget
report, and the 2010-2011 Bud-
get, which is only three months
away.

“The performance of the
economy continues to be very
sluggish, and government rev-
enues continue to take a hit
related to the slow growth of
the economy and the high rate
of unemployment, plus the
poor performance in the
tourism industry.

“T don’t think the fall-off in
air arrivals has been compen-
sated for adequately by the

’ increase in sea arrivals.”

The former finance minister
suggested that in order to set
the public finances back on a
sustainable path, the Ingraham
administration faced a trade-
off between imposing austerity
measures and seeing an
increase in unemployment, or
maintain its deficit spending
and capital works projects to
keep a lid on the jobless rate,
while risking the Bahamas’
long-term fiscal health.

“The Government is faced
with a very delicate balance,”

Mr Smith explained. “On the’

one hand, there’s been a delib-
erate increase in the deficit as
part of the stimulus to create

jobs. You’ve got this growing,

planned deficit as part of your
stimulus, but there’s a limit to
which we can afford to increase
the debt, as unlike the Ameri-
cans we do not-have a strong
currency.

“At some point, we have to
slow down the rate of increase
in the debt, and this will require
taking a position on the labour
market, with unemployment.
We might have to suffer higher
levels of unemployment for a
longer period of time to get this
necessary fiscal adjustment. We
ought to consider these mea-
sures very carefully now.”

Mr Smith suggested that the
Government reduce its spend-
ing “more in line with rev-
enues”, adding that it ought to
cut the former by 6-7 per cent if
the latter declined by a corre-
sponding amount.

He added that there was s “a
lot of slack” in public sector
spending, and with wages and
emoluments accounting for 55
per cent of annual government
expenditure, the obvious solu-
tions were to freeze public sec-
tor pay and increments, and
make no new hires. This policy,
Mr Smith said, of wage restraint
and even cuts, would have to
apply “across the board”, from
Cabinet level down.

The former finance minister
said spending cuts would be
“more palatable” to the
Bahamian public in the current
environment, especially given
the fiscal situation other coun-
tries were facing around the
globe.

‘20% cost burden’ from worker woe



FROM page 1B

ruri our companies.

“Education of our work force was the clear
answer to-the sustainable success of our busi-
nesses and providing our customers with quality
service and products.”

He added that the Bahamian public educa-
tion system continued to produce “unacoeptable

results that continue to impact the productivity -

and competitiveness of our businesses and nation
at every level”.

With the 2006 BGCSE results showing a 56 per
cent fail rate in English and 82 per cent fail rate

* in Maths among Bahamian public high school

students, Mr Myers said this gave a “blended
average fail'rate” of 70 per cent in the two most
important subjects.

He added: “That means some 3,000 plus stu-
dents fail English and math and have limited
cognitive skills and ability to cope in a competi-
tive world or in the local job market:

“Businesses are constantly forced to become
more globally competitive, ingenious and safety
conscious. ;

“This means even the simplest of employment

requires skills training these days. Employee
proficiency in English and math are imperative to
employée advancement and business success.
-“When students complete 13 years of educa-
tion and fail to have the attention, concentra-
tion, memory, discipline and logical thinking to

learn English and math, it is unlikely that they
will have the cognitive ability to learn moderately
advanced skills in the work force either.

“Failures in the educational system at current
levels become those of the employer, as busi-
nesses struggle to train employees that the edu-
cational system has failed to train for 13 or more
years in our schools.”

Mr Myers added:

“The drag on our society caused by poor edu-
cation can be likened to running a marathon
with an open parachute attached to ones back. If
you finish the race it won’t be pretty-and it may
even kill you!”

As a result, Bahamian businesses were incur-
ring increased costs to train “a poorly educated

and disadvantaged workforce”, and having to

cope with increased losses caused by internal
and external theft, as persons stole to “subsidise
their hopelessness”.

Companies were being forced to spend more
on work permit fees, relocation and Housing to
hire foreign workers to fill the gap left by.
Bahamians, Mr Myers said, while the inability of
Bahamians to advance upwards through the
workforce due to a lack of skills was “hampering
business growth”.

“There are a large and growing number of
illiterate and enumerate people in the work force
creating a massive burden on our productivity,
quality service, profits and competitiveness,” he
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oncern
over rental

property
investment

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter

’ crobards@tribunemedia.net -

’ PRIVATE sector entities
and government agencies
involved in the revitalisation
of Downtown Nassau yester-
day cajoled potential investors
over the investment incentives
written into the City of Nas-
sau Revitalisation and the
Hotels Encouragement Acts.

Speaking at a workshop for
Incentives for Property and
Business Development, held
by the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce and the Down-
town Nassau Partnership,
director of investments at the
Bahamas Investment Author-
ity, Joy Jibrilu, said the Acts
allow for certain investment
incentives within and outside
the City. _

Ms Jibrilu said potential
investors can enjoy Customs
exemptions on materials used
to renovate buildings in the
downtown area, which .
stretchs from the harbour to
the North, Nassau Street to
the West and Mackey Street
to the East. The Southern
boundary is an imaginary line
“starting at a point approxi-
mately 380 yards to the south
of the junction of Mackey
Street and Shirley Street, and
continuing in straight line to
the Southeast corner of the
grounds of the Princess Mar-
garet Hospital, then south-
westward to Prison Lane, then
to the division wall between
the barracks and the prison,
then in a straight line West-
wardly to the junction of Dil-
let Street and Meeting Street
to Nassau Street”.

_ Nassau

The.2008 City of Nassau
Revitalisation Act provides
customs duties concessions on
building matefials and equip-
ment, and seeks to make pro-
vision for the exemption of
real property tax and excise
tax in respect of supplies,
imported for the purpose of
capital investment in the City.

“According to the Act, capi-
tal investment includes the .
construction of buildings for .
residential or commercial use,
or.the renovation, repair or
upgrade of residential or com-
mercial buildings.

The Tribune wants to hear
from people who are
making news in their
neighbourhoods. Perhaps
you are raising funds for a
good cause, campaigning
for improvements in the
area or have won an
award.

If so, call us on 322-1986
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The Hotels Encouragement
Act amended last year seeks

to afford concessions to enter-.

tainment facilities and night-
clubs, already received by
restaurants and shops under
the Act, in a bid to encourage
development of such estab-
lishments within the City.

Addition |

The addjtion of the clause

- within the Act pertaining to

entertainment and nightclubs
bodes well for entrepreneurs
and small business develop-

ers, who do not own buildings
within the City, and would be

' forced to develop those prop- °

erties under a lease agree-
ment. ,
Concern was raised in the
workshop that pointed to
rental properties within the

city needing huge injections of’

capital in order to bring them
to a state where they could be
developed into a viable busi-
ness. It was said that this
problem could‘act as a huge

’ disincentive for investors, as

they would then leave a large

‘chunk of their investment in
the leased building if the they
decide to move or the busi-
ness folds.

Managing Director of the
Downtown Nassau Partner-
ship, Vaughn Roberts, sug-
gested potential investors par-

“lay with downtown building
owners. on further incentivis-
ing a possible move into their
properties.

He said many owners of
commercial space in the City
are open to negotiating rental
prices, as they are eager to
‘simply fill the spaces instead
of have them sit dormant.

“They want to cause these
buildings to be occupied,” he
said.





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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT. 2000
No. 45 of 2000

LIMESTONE TRADING LIMITED

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 138 (8)
of the International Business Companies Act, (No. 45 of 2000),
the Dissolution of LIMESTONE. TRADING LIMITED
has been completed, a Certificate of Dissolution has been
issued and the company has therefore been struck off the
Register. ‘The date of completion of the dissolution was 8th

January, 2010.



NOTICE OF SALE

The Town Court Management Company
(hereafter “the Company”) invites offers for the
_purchase of ALLTHAT Unit Number B-26 of The
Town Court Condominiums situate on Nassau
Street in the Western District of the Island of
New Providence being a two bedroom/ one bath
unit together with ALL THAT 1.60% share in'the
common property of the Condominiums.

The Company makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the state of repair
of the unit or the building within which. it is
situate.

The Company will sell under Power of Sale
contained in a Declaration of Condominium of
Town Court Condominiums dated 8" October
1979 which is recorded in Book 3189 at pages
366 to 405. RST aN alg

TERMS: Ten percent (10% ) of the purchase price
at the time of contract and the balance upon

completion within Sixty (60) days of contract.

This sale is subject to a reserve price. The

Company reserves the right to reject any and all

offers.

Interested persons may submit written offers
addressed to the Attorney SSS, P. O Box N-272,
Nassau, Bahamas to be received no later than the
close of business on the 1 day of March 2010.



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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2004
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/ GEN/ 00693

Common Law Side.& General Side




BETWEEN
MONTGOMERY ROBERTS

Plaintiff

AND
JAMES MORLEY . .



Defendant

NOTICE

Notice is hereby iven that you the within

named Defendant James Morley was ordered
to attend before this Court at 2:30 o’clock in the
afternoon on the 27" day of January, A.D., 2010
before a Registrar of the Supreme Court at the
Supreme Court Registry, Ansbacher House, East
Street, Nassau, Bahamas to be orally examined
as to whether any and if so what debts are
owing by you and further on the questions as
to whether oe have any property or means. of
satisfying the Judgment herein dated the 28"
day of September, A.D., 2006, before one of the
Regs tary of the Supreme Court, in Chambers,
and that you were ordered to produce any books
or documents in your possession or power
relating to the same before the Registrar at the

time of the examination and that the costs of this

application and the examination-was awarded to

the Plaintiff. 5

Penal Notice

You must obey the said.Order on or before the

28" February, 2010 failing which you the within

named James Morley will be liable to process of .
execution for the purpose of compelling you to

obey the same.

Dated the 17th day of February, A.D., 2010

CASSAR & CO.
Chambers
#330 Suite B Bay Street
Nassau, NP, Bahamas

Attorneys for the Plaintiff



COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2009
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/QUI/01261
Common Law and Equity Division oS

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT-piece parcel or tract -
of land containing approximately Six and Seven Hundred
and Forty-one hundredths (6.741) acres being a portion
of Grant B-206 to Benjamin Malone situate on Lubber’s.
Quarters Cay one of the Abaco chain of cays in the
Commonwealth-of The Bahamas.

AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT;

1959, CHAPTER 393 OF THE STATUE LAWS OF THE
COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS .

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF THOMAS
SMITH and DONNA SMITH and EDDIE DAVIS and
gene. PATTI DAVIS

’ . NOTICE OF PETITION

THOMAS SMITH and DONNA SMITH both of the
City of Micco in the State of Florida one of the states of
the United States of America, and EDDIE G. DAVIS and
PATTI L. DAVIS both of Lubbers Cay one of the cays
in the Abaco chain of Cays within the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas claim to be the owners in fee simple
in possession of all that piece parcel or lot of land
hereinbefore described free from encumbrances.
AND the. Petitioners have made ‘application to the
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas
under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959 Chapter
393 of the Statue Laws of the said Commonwealth,
in the above action, to have their title to the said land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof determined
and declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted in -
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
Notice is hereby given to any person having a dower
or right of dower or an adverse claim or a claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the expiration
of thirty (30) days after the final publication of these
presents filed in the Registry of the Supreme Court and
serve, on the Petitioners or the undersigned’a statement of
his claim in the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit
to be filed therewith. Failure of any such person to file
and serve a statement on or before the expiration of thirty
(30) days after the final publication of these presents shall
operate as a bar to such claims.
Copies of the said plan my be inspected during normal
hours at the Registry of the Supreme Court, East Street
North, City of Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas
and the Office of the Administrator in the Township of
Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Tite Bahamas.

DATED this 21" day of January, A.D., 2010

SYDBRI LEGAL SERVICES
: Chambers
Naomi House
No.19, Ninth Terrace & West Court
Nassau, Bahamas

Attorneys for the Petitioners

















PAGE 4B, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010

THE TRIBUNE



NOTICE .

In the Estate of Genevieve Gibson late of
the Seabreeze Estates in the Eastern District
of the Island of ‘New Providence, one of -
the Islands of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas, deceased.

FROM page 1B

centage.

That could-not be confirmed,

as Senator Fitzgerald did not
return Tribune Business’s call .
for comment béfore press dead-
line last night.
» The enhanced disclosure and
transparency surrounding the
transaction between Colina
Insurance Company and Mr
Fitzgerald is somewhat late, but
welcome nonetheless, but that
is unlikely to pacify all minori-
ty RND shareholders, espe-
cially radio. talk show host Ort-
land Bodie.

In a letter to Tribune Busi-
ness yesterday, Mr Bodie hit
back at Senator Fitzgerald’s
description of his writ against
RND Holdings as “frivolous -
and vexatious”, pledging that
he would see the litigation
through to the end.

"He also demanded that he
be bought out of RND Hold-
ings, writing: “I want nothing
from Fitzgerald except a prop-

_ erand a detailed accounting of

NOTICE is hereby given that
all persons having any claim. or demand
against the above Estate are required to
.send the same duly certified in writing to
the undersigned on or before the 26th day
of March A.D. 2010, after which date the
Executors will proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased having regard only to
the claims of which they shall then have had
notice. ,

; AND NOTICE is hereby given
that all persons indebted to the said Estate.
are requested to make full setthLement on or
before the date hereinbefore mentioned. °

HARRY B. SANDS, LOBOSKY & COMPANY
Attorneys for the Executors
CHAMBERS —
Shirley House
Fifty Shirley Street

Nassau, Bahamas.

FROM page 1B
more advanced in those coun-
tries.

“SRG’s anecdotal view is

‘that.a budget. of $4.8 million
per annum for a regulator to

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where my investment in RND
is, and when I may expect to
liquidate the same at the nom-
inal par value - nothing more,
nothing less.” :
Arguing that there had been
numerous examples in the
Bahamian capital markets
where minority investors were
either sidelined, or disadvan-
taged, by a change in majority
ownership in the companies
they have invested in, Mr Bod-
ie added: “All relevant parties
are now aware that a corporate
cultural shift must become the

. horm rather than the notable
exception in the Common-

wealth of the Bahamas.
“We shall meet again in

court, regardless of whether or /

not the Senator considers my

299.

writ ‘frivolous and vexatious’.
Colina Insurance Company’s
share purchases took its hold-

ings in RND from 4,493,414 °

shares to 6,494,619, represent-
ing 64.94 per cent of the latter’s
authorised 10 million shares.
On an issued share capital basis,
the company’s ownership stake

operate in limited sectors is
high,” Mr Hutton-Ashkenny
said.

“By any measure, SRG takes
the respectful view that
URCA’s budget.is dispropor-
tionate. The Bahamas is the
least competitive of these juris-
dictions, with only a small nuni-
ber of operators.

“URCA is responsible for
regulation of only a limited

number of sectors. URCA’s

budget is 26 per cent greater
than the next highest jurisdic-
tion of Barbados; which also
regulates electricity and natur-
al gas, and 269 per cent greater
than the lowest cost jurisdic-
tion that regulates the same sec-
tors.”

- Mr Hutton-Ashkenny added:

*. “URCA may argue that its

costs are escalated because it
has a greater amount of ground
work to put in place as a new
Tegulator, but with respect,
SRG considers this to be a
weak position.

“URCA’s predecessor, the °

PUC, has seven years of histo-
Ty under its belt, and whilst the
Bahamas may be.a latecomer
to widespread sector liberalisa-

tion, there is no reinvention of

the wheel that is required.
“URCA will be liberally
applying the practices of other
jurisdictions, as has already
been the habit in development
of the enabling framework and
legislation. The extraordinary
sums budgeted for outside con-
sulting in the sum of $1.27 mil-

_ lion would reinforce that view.”

The SRG president said the

$1.896 million that URCA had

is equivalent to 73.33 per cent.

Previously, several RND
Holdings investors have told
Tribune Business that’ their
concerns over the deal would
be eliminated if Colina Insur-
ance Company was to make an
offer to buy them and the other
minority investors out, using
the same price, terms and con-
ditions offered to Mr Fitzger-
ald.

However, the BISX-listed
company’s advertisement made

-no mention of this yesterday,

and the Bahamas currently has
no Takeover Code or similar
legislation/policy that would
require Colina Insurance Com-
pany to make a mandatory
offer to buy out the minority. In
the UK, for example, such a
mandatory provision is trig-

‘gered when an investor’s hold-

ing in a public company hits 30
per cent.

The transaction effectively
means that RND Holdings will
become a majority-owned sub-
sidiary of Colina Holdings
(Bahamas), with its manage-

Regulator’s $1.27m consulting fees slammed as

budgeted for its: executive and
staffing costs, plus $302,400 for
rent and utilities, suggested a

“high level of staffing and rental
- square footage to house them”.

And he added: “Given that it
is the commercial operations of
a handful of licensees whose

largesse must fund URCA,.

SRG considers that the burden
placed on those operators is too
high.” fea
Mr Hutton-Ashkenny’s con-
cerns were also articulated by
the Bahamas Telecommunica-
tions Company (BTC), whose

vice-president for legal, regu- .

latory and interconnection,
Felicity Johnson, queried
whether the’ “amount allotted is

excessive” when it came to the
consulting fees. Zs en
’ . She also asked “whether this .

is an effective use of funds,
which come from fees paid by
the service providers”. Ms
Johnson and BTC suggested
that a cap on the fees paid by
licensed Bahamian telecoms
providers, based on a percent-
age of gross annual revenues,
be used to stop URCA’s annu-
al budget from becoming “lim-
itless”. ed
And.rather than Bahamian
telecoms providers paying fees
in one upfront lump sum, Ms
Johnson proposed that these be
paid in quarterly or semi-annu-
al payments, as “the payment in
advance provision is an oner-
ous one for an operator”.
‘Judith Smith, in-house legal
counsel for Cable Bahamas,



RND chair gets $800k for selling majority control

ment and direction undergoing
a complete overhaul. The Tick-
etXpress business will now be
absorbed into Colina Holdings :
(Bahamas) as the call centre
for its subsidiary, Colina Insur-
ance Company. ;

The main attraction for Col-
ina, though, is likely to be RND
Holdings' property subsidiary,
RND Properties, which owns
the JFK Drive plaza in Nassau,
where tenants include Galleria
Cinemas, FirstCaribbean Inter-

‘national Bank (Bahamas) and

Lickety Split. It also owns the
RND Plazas in Freeport and
Abaco, although it has been
attempting to sell the latter for
some time. The real estate
earnings streams, some $1.3
million per year, are a good fit
for Colina Holdings (Bahamas),
given its existing real estate
portfolio. 2

Colina yesterday said it
intended to refinance RND

‘Holdings’ debt and financing

requirements to enhance cash
flow and upgrade its real estate
holdings.

‘extraordinary’

urged that URCA place “effi-
cient.administration” at its core.
“URCA’s proposed budget
represents a’ 75 per cent
increase over that of its prede-
cessor,” Ms Smith wrote.
“However, no consideration
appears to have been given to
evaluating whether any cost
savings could be found in the:
PUC’s baseline budget.
“Furthermore, the substan-

tial increase that is being pro-

posed over and above the
PUC’s budget is nowhere
explained in any detail, let
alone justified. To make mat-
ters worse, the budget shows
an overall increase of nearly 2
per cent (comparing the 12
months to the 16 month totals),
which suggests a continuous
upward trend.”

And Ms Smith added: “The
proposed budget increase, par-
ticularly coming as it does
alongside the. substantial
increase in licence fees payable
to the Government, will impose
a major burden on those indus-
try participants that are oblig-
ated to cover URCA’s costs,
through payment of the URCA
fee. , .

“The failure of the proposed
plan to provide any concrete

Justification for such a sharp

increase in fees (or the upfront
payment required) is particu-
larly worrying, given. the scant
attention paid in the draft to
the need for efficient opera-
tions or any plan for reductions

in budget.”



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LEWIS. SONNY FENELUS
‘of MACKEY STREET OFF CARIB ROAD, P.O. BOX
NP-7060, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/naturalization should not be granted; should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
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3.65 2.21 Consolidated Water BDRs _ 2.56 2.55 0.114. ; (hereafter the Company”) Invites offers for
2.55 1.32 Doctor's Hospital 255 * 2.55 0.627 : the purchase of ALL THAT Unit Number A-10
7.80 5.94 Famguard . % 6.49 6.49 0.420 B : , sme 3
11.80 8.75 Finco 9.27 9.27 0.322 0: ; of The Town Court Condominiums situate on
10.45 9.80 FirstCaribbean Bank 10.00 10.06 0.631 is fl : 7 ;
mee 375 Focal (S) 77 re apa ne. aa - Nassau Street in the Western District of the Island
1.00 1.00. Focol Class B Preference ; . 0.000 0.000 N/M 0.00% of New Providence being a one bedroom/one
0.30 0.27 Freeport Concrete 0.035 0.000 7.7 0.00%| : : : E
5.59" 5.00 ICD Utilities 0.407. 0.500 13.7 8.94% bath unit together with ALL THAT 1.26% share

F J. S. Johnson 0.952 0.640 10.5 6.43% ; ini

sip eat eno in the common property of the Condominiums.

The Company makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the state of repair
of the unit or the building within which it is

situate.

The Company will sell under Power of Sale
contained in a Declaration of Condominium of
Town Court Condominiums dated 8" October
1979 which is recorded in Book 3189 at pages

366 to 405.

offers. ee

; 71,3535 CFAL Bond Fund 1.4460 0.51 6.15 31-Jan-10

2.8869 2.8266 . CFAL MSI Preferred Fund 2.9061 0.66 -1,23 31-Jan-10 ,
1.5154 1.4398 CFAL Money Market Fund 1.5154 0.53 5.25 42-Feb-10 eee Pa 9 ;
3.2025 2.9343 Royal Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund 3.2025 2.75 -3.54 31-Jan-00 TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of: the purchase
13.4296 12.6816 Royal Fidelity Prime Income Fund 13.4296 5.58 5.90 31-Oct-09 price at the time of contract and the balance upon
103.9873 93.1999 ! CFAL Global Bond Fund 103.9873 3.41 3.44 31-Dec-09 * : : eR ae,
101.7254 96.4070 CFAL Global Equity Fund 101.7254 5.52 5.52 31-Dec-09 completion within Sixty (60) days of contract.
1.0943 1.0000 ‘FG Financial Preferred Income Fund 1.0943 0.41 5.21 10-Jan-10 é
1.0801 1.0000 . FG Financial Growth Fund 1,0801 1.13 4.56 40-Jan-10 :
1.0972 1.0000 FG Financial Diversified Fund 4.0972 0.60 5.40 10-Jan-10 This sale is subject to a reserve price. The
9.5795 9.1005 Royal Fidelity Bah Int'l Investment Fund 9.5795 5.33 5.33 31-Dec-09 . ; 3

; Principal Protected TIGRS, Series 1 mes Fs Company reserves the right to reject any and all
11.2361 10.0000 Royal Fidelity Bah Int! Investment Fund 11.2361 12.36 12.36 31-Dec-09 " ?

Interested persons may submit written offers
addressed to the Attorney S. Smith, P. O Box
N-272, Nassau, Bahamas to be received no later
than the close of business on the 1* day of March
2010.

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THE Securities Commission
is considering whether to give
its executive director the
authority to administer all
aspects of the Securities Indus-
try Act and Investment Funds
Act, as it moves to expand the
‘fast track’ process for the
licensing of Bahamas-domiciled
SMART fund models, -

Peggy Knowles, acting man-
ager for the Commission’s
authorisations department, told
an industry briefing that the
regulator’s 2010 initiatives
included the streamlining of the
licensing process, updates on
the regulatory process related
to financial and corporate ser-
vice providers (FCSPs), and the
obligations of unrestricted

investment fund administrators |

with regard to the filing of
funds they license.

In particular, the Securities
Commission is looking to
increasingly delegate authority
to the executive director with
regards to the administration

of the Securities Industry Act,
Investment Funds Act 2003 and

‘Financial and Corporate Ser-

vice Providers Act.

Prior to 2009, delegated
authority was granted to the
executive director to
license/register Recognised For-
eign Funds under the Invest-
ment Funds Act, and associated
persons under the Securities
Industry Act.

In 2009, the Commission
extended the delegation of
authority to include all matters

related to the administration of

the Financial and Corporate
Service Providers. Act, with the
exception of enforcement mat-
ters. Consideration is now being
given to authorising the execu-
tive director to administer all

aspects of both the Securities’

Industry. Act and the Invest-
ment Funds Act.

Mrs Knowles, though, said
this authority will be limited to
licensing and other day-to-day
matters, and will not include

enforcement, which will con-
tinue to be addressed under the
Commission’s disciplinary
process.

She also gave an update on
the inclusion, in 2009, of sever-
al SMART Models Funds
(Models 4, 5 and 6) into the
Commission’s fast tracking
process. This was established
in 2004, and provides for appli-
cations for investment funds
offered solely to accredited or
professional investors to be

‘considered for approval with-
‘in 72 hours of receipt.
Mrs Knowles also gave a

reminder, on the Securities
Commission’s stale-dating pol-

icy. This addresses an applica-

tion which, upon review by the
Commission, is found to be
deficient and, if not made

whole. within 90 days, will be

cancelled.

An applicant desirous of con-
tinuing the application process
will have to re-apply,and begin
the application process again.

- Unrestricted investment fund
aduri nistra tors were also

adedsalNsiads

Regulator moves O:
delegated authori



reminded that they have to file
for and provide the prescribed
documentation for funds they
have licensed.
Administrators failing to
comply with this provision with-

in 30 days of licensing will be

assessed a penalty fee according

_ to Section 13(5) of the Invest-

ment Funds Act.

Mrs Knowles said adminis-
tration of the Financial and
Corporate Service Providers
Act had traditionally been lim-
ited to the application and

. renewal process for both indi-

vidual and company licensees.
This approach, she added,
would be.changed to include

these licensees as, part of the .

full regulatory oversight pro-
gramme.

This will entail, in addition
to the existing review at the
application stage, both off-site
and onsite monitoring. License
certificates are now granted in
perpetuity until the licensee

‘either surrenders it or il js,

revoked for cause by. the
inspector.

PUBLIC NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

The Public is hereby advised that |, JUDITH

DELORES STUBBS intend to change my
name to JUDITH DELORES COOPER If there

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

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that ALAIN KUNZ of SEAVIEW
DRIVE, P.O. BOX N-1417, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration/naturalization should
not be granted, should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 19t* day of JANUARY, 2010 to
the Minister responsible for paleey and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-
7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTIGE is hereby:given that MARVIN BROWN of Golden
Gates #2, P.O.BOX N-154, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying. to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The

Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/naturalization should not be granted, should

send a written and signed statement of the facts within -

twenty-eight days from the 19° day of FEBRUARY, 2010
to the Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship,
-P.O..Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

Legal Notice _

NOTICE...
HEXATRADE CORP.

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named

Company is in dissolution, which commenced on
the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator
‘is Argosa Corp. Inc. P: 0. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas.

!

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
ES (Liquidator)
/ . }

_ Legal Notice

NOTICE | |
BRAY CORPORATION

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby en that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on
the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator
is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. 0. Box N-7757 Nassau,
“Bahamas.

. ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)

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Legal Notice

NOTICE
GRUS HOLDINGS LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named

‘Company is in dissolution, which commenced on |
the 18th day of February 2010. The Liquidator |

is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas. '

. ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)

Legal Notice

NOTICE
HAIFA LIMITED

‘(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on

the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator |

is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas.. _

)

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
'~ (Liquidator)

Legal Notice

NOTICE,
TUVALU S.A.

- (In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named

~Company is in dissolution, which commenced on |
the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator |

is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
Bahamas.

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)







NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
: (No.46 of 2000)

AMBROSE HOLDINGS LIMITED
IBC N° 128346B

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 137 (1)(g)
of the. International Business Companies Act, (No. 46 of 2000),

AMBROSE HOLDINGS LIMITED has been dissolved
and has been struck off the Register of Companies with effect from
the 22nd day of January of 2010.










Legal. Notice

NOTICE
ASTRID OFFSHORE

fot pA,

HOLDINGS LT

(In Voluntary Liquidation)



| ‘Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on
the'17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator
| is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7787 Nassau,
Bahamas.

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)

Legal Notice a are: |

NOTICE .
SEA SHELLS VALLEY INC.

An Noluntary: Liquidation)

| “fe Notices ‘Hereby ‘given that” the above- named
: Company is In dissolution, which commenced on
| the 17th day of February 2010. The Liquidator:

| is Argosa Corp. Inc., P. O. Box N-7757 Nassau,
| Bahamas.

ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)



- NOTICE OF SALE

The Town Court Management. Company
(hereafter “the Company”) invites offers for
the purchase of ALL THAT Unit Number C-45
of The Town Court Condominiums situate on
Nassau Street in the Western District of the Island
“of New Providence being a two bedroom/ one
' bath unit together with ALL THAT 1.56% share
in the common property of the Condominium.

The Company makes no representations or
warranties with respect to the state of repair
of the. unit or the building within which it is
situate. —

The Company will sell under Power of Sale
contained in a Declaration of Condominium for
Tow n Court Condominium dated 8" October
1979 which is recorded in Book 3189 at pages
366 to 405.

TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price
at the time of contract and the balance upon
completion within Sixty (60) days of contract,

This sale is subject to a reserve price. The
Company reserves the right to reject any and all
offers.

Interested persons may submit written offers
addressed to the Attorney SSS, P. a Box N-272
Nassau, Balianias to be received no later than the

close of business on ‘the 1°

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(4) dbye (4,5 ii
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Roberts Gregory
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SALESMAN/APPRAISER

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Curry Joseph R. Nassau, Bahamas : EE-15019 708

Eldon Linda Nassau, Bahamas CB-13443 . 822

Rodrigues Anton Nassau, Bahamas N-1132 562

Sands Roger | Nassau, Bahamas N-8466 518

Shah Nikhil Marsh Harbour, Abaco AB-20900 574

Weech _ Katherine Alice Town, Bimini | General Delivery _ |- 449

Wong Jason Patrick Nassau, Bahamas. N-1132 260

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Bethel _ Patrick J. Marsh Harbour, Abaco- AB-2051 404

Collie Gregory -Nassau, Bahamas’ | N-9956 C 820

Major ' Joseph Nassau, Bahamas FH-14673 | 235

Signed: ' Date: 16th February, 2010
Patrick Strachan
Registrar





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Drug Plan set to create business opportunities

THE Government’s National Pre-
scription Drug will create opportuni-
ties for Bahamian entrepreneurs to
enter the pharmacy business, while
giving existing firms expansion oppor-
tunities, the minister of health said.

Dr Hubert Minnis, in a recent
address to Exuma-based health pro-
fessionals, said the $8 million plan
would attract more customers to pri-
vate pharmacies by giving its 90,000
members the choice of accessing their
drugs from both the public and pri-
vate sectors.

“What is unique about the plan is
that an individual from Exuma who
travels to New Providence or Grand
Bahama, or any other Family Island,

can obtain their medication from any
participating private pharmacy in that
particular island, so they do not have
to wait to get back to Exuma or trav-
el to New Providence to the Princess
Margaret Hospital or one of our oth-
er institutions,” Dr Minnis said

“But what it also does, because
there is only one pharmacy here in
Exuma, is it offers a great opportuni-
ty for private sector entrepreneurship
or even expansion of the one particu-
lar pharmacy, because within the

mainland here in Exuma there are at
least about 50 diabetics and about 120
hypertensives, but throughout the
Exumas chain itself you’re talking
about at least about 200 diabetics and
300 hypertensives.”

Dr Stanley Lalta, project manager
for the National Drug Plan, explained
that under the programme partici-
pating pharmacies will send their
expected sales requirements to the
Drug Plan, which will then collaborate
with the Bahamas National Drug
Agency in a tender process to estab-
lish contracts with wholesaler-distrib-

-utors.

This tender process will include

_ more than 160 formulary drugs and

medical supplies. Dr Lalta said phar-
macies will then make their own

. arrangements to purchase drugs from

the contracted suppliers at the agreed
prices, and will send copies of. their
orders to the Drug Plan, while sup-
pliers will also provide the Drug Plan
with copies of their invoices.

In the first phase of the National
Prescription Drug Plan, members
including NIB pensioners, NIB
invalids and children will receive Drug
Plan formulary medications free of



HEALTH MINISTER Dr Hubert Minnis addresses Exuma-based health professionals...

charge at participating pharmacies.
When filling in prescriptions they will

electronic processing in five to eight
seconds. Accepted claims will then
be logged for payment.

John Parotti, pharmacist at
Smithie’s Pharmacy, the one private
pharmacy on Exuma, described the
National Prescription Drug Plan as

“an excellent plan”.

“If it works out as they say it’s going
to, it will help a lot of people in Exu-
ma, a lot of people who can’t afford
their medication. We have a lot of
elderly patients who, when the gov-
ernment clinic is out of stock, can’t
afford to buy what they need so
they’re not being treated properly,”
Mr Parotti said.

Jessica Stubbs, supervisor of nurses
for Exuma and Ragged Island, added:
“I do agree with the plan because
there are some persons who are in a
| — position where they can’t afford the

* medication, and so this is going to
make a way for them to be able to
have.access to it, which is good. |

“Persons who are in fear of their
inability to purchase medication, that
will be alleviated, and so just knowing
that there is hope for their condition
makes people feel better, so that’s a °

present a swipe membership card to
good thing.”

their pharmacist, which will enable



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BBF # 533
1994 CADILLAC SEVILLE STS
A/C, Leather interior, Fast and low on gas, Pwr
everything, all she need is SHOES!!
Asking $4, 000 ONO
ph# 434-3055 / 677-5230

BBF # 535 ;
> 2004 CADILLAC SRX
Hide away 3rd Row seat, Leather interior, Pwr
everything, Executive Package, Factory- DVD
Player, as well as rear DVD Player, Mega
Sunroof, AWD, asking $25,000 ONO ph# 434-.
3055 / 677-5230

BBF #343 ¢
2007 CHEVY AVALANCHE,
fully loaded, booming system, 22” chrame rims,
the works $39,000.
Call 328-3347 leave message.

BBF #427
1979 30 Yard Mack Dump Truck,
very good condition, ready for work, $18,000
OBO Call 361-7247 or 454-5999
Ask for Gary

BBF #428 = ;
2002 DODGE RAM 1500 FORD,
leather interior; CD Player,
asking $11,000 ONO
ph# 465-4690

=EBRUARY 19, 2010





BBF #432
2008 HONDA ACCORD,
14,000 miles, tan leather, sunroof, 6 Disc
CD Changer XM Radio, asking $20,000 ONO
ph# 426-1273

2002 Honda Accord,
excellent condition, leather interior, Sunroof,
keyless entry, low mileage, 18” chrome rims,
asking $8,500 ONO, Also Slim 22, Chrome rim
and Tire, Call for price ph# 552-1163

BBF #444 %
1997 MBRCEDES BENZ C280,

Dark blue, air condition, 6 Disc CD Player, radio,
power tinted windows, two new tires, spare tire,
good engine, body in good condition only
$7,500,
ph# 376-6212 serious inquires only



1996 BMW,
A/C, Radio, $4,500
ph# 393-2667 / 434-2756

2002 Nissan Maxima,
Navy Blue, leather interior, sunroof, 20” rims,
‘DVD System, asking $7,000 OBO, -
Also 2003 GMC Sierra, extended cab, leather
interior, bed cover, asking $9,00
. phi# 424-4717





IBBF

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

BBF #450
2009 Honda Civic, .

17” two tone factory rims, clean title, less than
3,000 miles, comes along with factory spare key,
asking $25,000 ONO
ph# 424-8505/ 393-8978



2001 Honda Civic,
black exterior, black int; 2 dr, A/C, CD Player,
clean inside out, running excellent,
$6,300.ONO
ph# 466-8461 / 392-0501



Honda Accord, 1998 Fully loaded, silver
exterior, black and grey int, HID Head lights,
GSM Alarm, sound system, DVD Player, 20”

Chrome Rims, Brand New Rims and Tires, A/C
Cold, sunroof Chrome Accessories $9,000 ONO
= . 425-7768/325-8155

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2001 HONDA INSPIRE,
$7,500 ONO,
Also 2005 Ford F-150,
asking $15,000 ONO
ph# 395-7670/ 436-1998





BBF #464
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
22” chrome rims, chrome door handles, HID
lights, Pwr everything, A/C,
asking $14,500 ONO .
ph# 376-6613

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

2002 INFINITY 135
Black with black leather, sunroof, 6cd in-dash
changer, power everything, wood trim, great
condition, cold a/é, rear power sunshad
$9,500 o.b.0
525-1472

=

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

BBF #469
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 1
THE TRIBUNE



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

IBBF #477
. 2004 Dodge Ram,
clean inside out, newly painted, 26” Chrome
rims, asking $26,000 ONO, Also 2001 Lexus
IS300, Excellent condition,
asking $10,000 Ono
ph# 426-8179 / 426-8180

BBF #478 :
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

BBF #479 .

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,

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

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

BBF #497
2003 DODGE RAM,
silver, double cab, long bed, Pwr everything;
Need engine wrk, asking $7,500 ONO
ph# 535-9181 / 361-0184

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

BBF #512 i \
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

BBF #518
1995 BMW 325},
5 extra’ original tires, booming system, fully ©
cusiomize, led tale lights, angle eye halo head

lights, asking $5;500 ONO serious inquires only

ph# 423-5560 / 392-4516

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 3

2007 Dodge Dakota sit,

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

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

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

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

2002 HONDA ACCORD,
clean in/out, 22’ slim rims,$5,500 without rims,
W/ Sound aan $6,000, $1,500 for rims
alone, SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!!! call 468-
~ '. ‘5832/361-4809 .e



BBF #527 ‘
HONDA ACCORD COUPE, ;
Balck on black, leather interior, 18” Chrome
Factory rims, Chrome Grill, clean title, asking
$28,500 ONO,

2002 Honda Civic si, Hatch back,
Standard shift, silver, $8,5000NO
ph 324-6356/454-7473

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BBF #528 :
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 4

BBF #530 .
06 PONTIAC SPORT GRAND AM
Also include. In the box brand new men’s gold
Movado watch retail for $1,695 included with
car, 15,000 with rims and
$13,000 without ph# 44-88-546

2007 Jeep Commander,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
bank financing is available,
$19,500 ONO,

Call: 426-4565

2008 FORD RANGER
. Black exterior. 16000 miles, clean title
$21,500.06 obo
Mint condition.
Call 427-7095 or 362-2855


PAGE 4, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010

2005 HONDA ACCORD,
leather interior, 20” rims, very clean,
asking $14,500 ono
ph# 468-2740

BBF. #534 :
ea als 2005 FORD F-150
Sitting on 22” rims, Custom engine.and dual
exhaust, A/C, Touch Screen DVD/ CD Player,
W/ Cell Phone interface, .asking $20,000 ONO
phi# 434-3055 / 677-5230

BBF #543
2006 HONDA ACCORD,
2dr, V-6, 5- Speed, leather sunroof, asking
$15,000 OBO, ‘Also 06 Chyrsler Seabring. Blue
‘exterior, grey int, low miles asking $5,500 OBO
PH# 393-3622-456-4399

BBF #536 ~ ‘
1999 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT
AIC, Well taking care of,
asking $7,000 ONO
ph# 434-3055 / 677-5230

2004 HONDA ACCORD
Champaigne exterior, Tan interior, New 20” rims
and tires, must see to appreciate, asking
- $11,000 OBO Fin available for hotel and

government workers, Phone #341-7322

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

PH# 322-1137

BBF #539
_ 1998 CHEVY 1500
extended cab, excellent working truck, asking
$4,500, Also a hotdog stand for sale, _
make an offer, call for further info,
ph# 535-0024 / 448-8505

2000 HONDA ACCORD
Asking $4,500 obo
, ph#376 0857 or 324-2406

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 # 648

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 #099 :
1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VAN
Brown exterior, AC, good condition

$3,000.00
Call 325-9185 cell 456-8584

TRIB #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.

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 sz
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

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



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399
2003 CADILLAC CTS
Black exterior with tan leather interior -
AC, CD. $10,500.00. (negotiable)
Call 432-6859 or 361-0211

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



RIB #398 : 2
- 2000 BMW 328i SEDAN
Silver exterior with grey interior,
sunroof, AC, CD
$10,500.00 (negotiable)
call 432-6859 or 361-0211.

PACKAGE DEAL
: . 2004 F-150,

Fully loaded, 20’ chrome, booming system,
excellent condition, 2002 Ninja 600, Chrome
Accessories and.frame, excellent running
condition, High performance muffler, package
deal, asking $14,500 ONO owner leavingh
island! Ph# 328-3347(leave message)

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


E TRIBUNE



RIB #408
1995 LEXUS GS-300
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 3
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.

1994 HONDA PRELUDE
Red exteror with black interior.
$3,800.00

k 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)

RIB #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.

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

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



RIB #488 ;
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



BSSSS
RIB #490-C
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



RIB #493
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior grey interior. Just in from US.
Fully loaded. $12,900.00
Call 324-4416 cell 424-4080





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

RIB #498

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



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RIB #501
2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exteror with grey interior.
Standard shift, 4x4, very clean
$18,000.00 ono
Call 362-1928 cell 436-7354

RIB #508
1997 JAPANESE HONDA ACCORD
Red exterior.
Asking $1800.00
Call 393-1652

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 $16,500.00 Negotiable
Call 427-2125 or 326-2579

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

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

RIB #513 ‘i
1996 TOYOTA WINDOM
Black exterior with white right hand drive
$2000.00
Ac, clean and good condition
Call 395-0326 cell 468-3903

5 #514
1999 HONDA ACCORD
: Dintkegneen exterior wittn tan/leather imfiertom, 2
niinxonsg, sunroof, 20” rims,.clean in amuilcntf, ss
7,‘500.00 ommn:
@all 361-5472 oelll 425-0321 on 423-7 11G5 |

RIB #515
HONDA ACCORD SEDAN 2007
Only 14000 miles.
Excellent condition/ Like New
Automatic everything.
Price $26000.00
Call 376-1456

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

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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

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

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RIB #524

2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Orange exterior exterior black interior
$11,500.00 ono Just iim from US 4 seater, fuly
loaded, tow mies,, meniigation system moonroof.
Must swe very clean. :
Cell 525-G553 cell 376-8378

RIB #525
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

RIB #526
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

RIB #527
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



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









THE TRIBUNE

°2003 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior, black interior, 2 door coupe
$7,000.00 ono. AC, CD player, auto, 2 door,
sound system, loud alarm, clean interior &
exterior, clean engine, runs smooth, power
windows & lock, sunroof. 361-8467 or 558-4810

RIB #692
2003 FORD FOCUS SVT
Red exterior with black interior. Top of the line
focus, 6 speed, fully loaded, 6 disc Cd changer
leather out, sound system, 19” rims ~
Car in excellent condition. Very fast car
must sell.
Call 328-0677 cell 556-1215

RIB #532
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

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



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


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

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

RIB #54 3
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.

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RIB #551
2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Grey exterior with grey interior.
$4,500.00 As Is. Just serviced,
cool AC, good condition.
; Call 525-3742

1991 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 coors
$5,000.00 negotiable,
sunroof, leather interior, power windows and
seats, automatic. Call 328-4850

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RIB #576
1999 TOYOTA AVALON
White exerior with beige interior. Must sell
4 doors, 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 ;
2002 FORD F-150 TRUCK.

White exterior, grey interior. Must sell, 6
cylinder, manual windows/locks/AM/FM Radio
cassette player, air conditioned Asking
$8,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758

RIB #635

1999 PORSCHE BOXTER
Pearl silver exterior with black/leather interior
Convertible, manual 5 speed, custom wheels,
great condition, No accidents, runs excellent.
Everything works.

$26,000.00:
Call (242)466-3954

RIB #636 i
1996 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 exteric” with black interior, 4 doors
AC, C\’, Just lik ew, clean title, low mileage.
Justin fron he states, fully serviced
Asking $30,000.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205






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

SS

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

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

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‘RIB #689
2007 DODGE RAM
Grey exterior with grey interior
$25,000.00
P/S. P/W. P/C, AC, CD player
$16,000.00 miles.
Call 393-0998

RIB #652
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 HID's! Always
serviced on time. Excellent condition!
Drives and runs great! $15,800 o.b.o -
Call 324 6922

RIB #656
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Clean sunroof, dvd, set 18" chrome rims
butterfly doors. $7,500.00 0.b.o
1(242) 442-7995 / 1 (242) 441-4750 Freeport

TRIB #657

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


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SS
RIB #660
1998 FORD E-150 CARGO VAN
White exterior with grey interior
$3,500.00
Good running condition
Cell 427-2631 (hm) 323-6702

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RIB #666
LYFORD CAY MERCEDES
400 SERIES 2003 S 430 Model, Only 30,000
miles.

One owner, originally purchased for $130,000!
Asking only $28,500. Once in a lifetime deal!
Air-conditioned garage kept, Like New.
Call 427-3588.

é 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 #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





reen Ford Ranger XLT
A/C, Shah clean in and out.

$4,500 ONO
Tel 225-3666






2000 NISSAN LIBERTY
Silver exterior with silver interior. Mini van
: $7,000.00
Excellent condition, AC, rims. Fully automatic.
call 677-5174 or 396-6119 or 565-8791

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

RIB #675
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

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








2001 HONDA CIVIC
Tan exterior with gold interior.
$5,299.00 ono
immaculate condition, standard shift,
Contact 454-8614 or 393-3008"

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. $7,700.00 ono

' Clean title, 4 cylinder, stick shift, mp3 player

Leather iriterior, 4 door, cold air intake
racing clutch. motivated seller.
Leave amessage. —
Call 341-4631 cell 376-2178

RIB #687 _—-
1993 TOYOTA SURF: DIESEL
Blue exterior with dark blue interior
Running great, no problem, solid, alarm, CD
player. Serious inquiries only. $3, 900.00
Just drive.
Call 341-8109 cell 454-3859

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










VEL

[TRIB #693

i 2008 HONDA Ex

| Dark blue exterior with grey interior. Fully
loaded, O09 front end, car is clean in and out,

| under 12,000 miles. In mint condition

Selling for less than its value

Asking $19,000 cush price in nég
Call 328-0677 cell. 556-1215 in mint condition.
. ce et of

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 better arrangement.
Call me now! 375-5573 ,341-2734 or 341-2451

RIB #691 ;
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Grey exterior with blue interior. super saloon
$4,000.00
Call 428-2510 or 455-0507

RIB #711
2005 FORD MUSTANG GT
Blue exterior with grey & black interior, 2 door
coupe. Very fast & fun car, cold AC, low ~
mileage, 30,000, 5.0 engine. In immaculate
condition. You can’t lose.
Call 376-4541

#709

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



TRIB #694 ;
2002 GMC TRAIL BLAZER
White exterior with grey interior.
$8,00.00 ono
2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
White As is.
$2,500.000n0
Call.392-0737 cell 434-3004



White exterior, blue interior, 2 door, Standard

shift, remote start-up, pager alarm, Ac, good

condition, pioneer I-pod player. Serious inquiries
; only.

Cell 426-3878

TRIB #700
2000 MECEDES BENZ A-160

White exterior with grey interior. Hatch back.
$5500 ono. Right hand drive.

Cell 376-9336



TRIB #71
2002 :Honda Accord Special Edition
2 Door White with tan interior. Factory- Rims,
Alarm, cp Player, Sunroof Power Everything.
Full Tank of Gas On Delivery. Priced for quick,

‘gale. Agking 7000.00 OBO fj
Contact: 4481 094 or 4338164

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BBF #550
‘ 1997 Nissan Maxima,
bik, leather seats, running,
must see to appreciate,
asking $4,000 OBO
ph# 392-7934 / 565-4613.


























RIB #704 ‘

YALE FORKLIFT
7,000 cap
$12,000.00
Excellent condition, diesel.
Call 377-3191 or 556-5098

2005 CHEVY COLORADO
4 cylinder $11,500.00
2002 DODGE STRATUS
4 cylinder. $5,500.00
Cell 525-6268

2002 FORD EXPLORER
Gold exterior. Good condition
$8,500.00 obo
Contact 356-0886 or 422-0510

RIB#688
2002 GMC_ Yukon XL
Fully loaded sunroof, leather, CD, AC, PW, PL
. $$9,700.00 o.b.o
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix loaded sunroof, leather,
PL, PW, AC, CD player, $5,800.00
2004 Chevy Silverrado Z71
$13,500.00 0o.b.o
426-5941



RIB #721
1999 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue exterior with grey interior, super
saloon. $3,500.00
Cell 455-0507







RIB #695
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with tan leather interior, 20” .
chrome rims, flip out DVD player.
$6,000.00
Call 361-1907 cell 455-5893

RIB #710
2005 HONDA CIVIC
Burgundy exterior, grey interior, 2 door sedan
$7,000.00 ;
Great steal price for a limited time only, power
everything, automatic everything, cool Ac, Just
over 40,000 miles. License until Aug 2010
Serious inquiries please. 361-0179,436-
0027 ,324-6206



just in from the U S 2007 Nissan Altima 2.5 S
Blue
exterior and black cloth interior. PUSH BUTTON
TO START. Keyless

entry....car never mashed. $ 23,500 ONO under

40 k miles. Serious
enquires only. 376-7740







1996 AUDI A 4
Green exterior, black & grey interior,a/c
sunroof,very clean in & out, leather interior and
cd player, no key entry & alarm system.
$3,500.00 neg.
Ph: 558-9963 or 636-6628

BBF #551

_ 2002 Ford F-150
Double cab, asking $10,000 OBO
ph# 434-6847



FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 9

TRIB #903




































CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition low miles $7,200
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241

BBF #521
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 $536
2009 TOYOTA HILUX CREW CAB TRUCK.
A/C C/Dradio with only 9k miles.
Full Power, extremely clean, and
Price to save you thousands.
$34,995.00.
Ph. 361-000 or 424-0035.

RIB #717 . .
1998 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY JEEP
Green exterior with leather brown interior
$8;500.00
Call 558-7198 or 556-9029.



RIB #686 ’ }
silver 2004 Lexus ES300
Special Edition
platinum silver exterior, black interior
iv,navigation,cd player,Hid lights,Fogs,
traction control,electronic rear curtain,
front, side, and rear curtain airbags.
Never in Accident, Clean Title
$15,000
324-6096 454-6553




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RIB #726
2000 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 430
Silver exterior with dark grey interior,
fully loaded, AC, CD player. sunroof, clean Must
sell, owner'leaving Island. Make an offer. S
Bose system, AC
$11,500 .00

Call 535-5668

RIB #724
1995 CHEVY IMPALA

With GD player, $5,700.00
2002 FIREBIRD

$3,500.00 Cell 426-4893

RIB #718

2002 MITSUBISHI ECLIPE
Red exterior, tan/leather interior. Fully loaded,
low miles, sunroof. Just in, clean title, special
edition. $7,500.00 obo. CD player, Ac, power
everything, dual transmission, automatic to
standard shift. Excellent condition, must see.
328-4623 or 558-3892

RIB #720 _—
1998 HONDA CIVIC
Silver exterior with black/leather interior,
AC, CD, sound system, 18” rims, runs
excellent. Call-361-1055 cell 434-9640

ANY

RIB#703
26 FT. FORMULA TWIN D3
160 Volvo Penta Diesel engines with cBIN
AND TRAILER. $40,000 O.N.O.PH: 242-
337-0171 OR 242-357-1274

1999 Vitz- Red, immaculate condition, lady
owned, A/C, Tint windows, Pwr Everything, fully
serviced, must see to appreciate, Very low
mileage, excellent on Gas, 1.2I engine
asking $6,500 ONO PH# 424-8369
(Kylaraston @ yahoo.com

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 speed. Very safe
boat. $34,000. Call 427-3588.

SAILING BOAT FOR SALE
$1500.00 obo
lt doubles as a kayak. Call Glenn 424-1808

RIB #517

28 FT BERTRAM ‘

Twin Gas engines(fresh water cooled) GPS, E
depth finder, fridge, stove, head. Well Ri
maintaines, Great fishing/ family boat

Price: $24,000.00 ono
Moved up to larger boat.
Tel: 362-1363 or 427-0103

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

Black exterior with AC, and CD changer.

RIB #725

* 2004 FORD EXPLORER JEEP
Green exterior with dark grey interior
$11,000.00 ono ..

Very good condition, AC, power windows,

new tires 3

Call 324-3568 cell 424-5840 or 457-1210 |.

silver 2004 Lexus ES300
Special Edition
platinum silver exterior, black interior
tv,navigation,cd player,Hid lights,Fogs,
traction control,electronic rear.curtain,
front, side, and rear curtain airbags.
Never in Accident, Clean Title
$15,000 324-6096 454-6553

BBF #520

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.

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

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

THE TRIBUNE}

BBF #548
2000 Toyota Platz — silver,
immaculate condition, lady owned, A/C, Tint
~f windows, Pwr Everything, fully sarviced, must
see to appreciate, Very low mileage, excellent
on Gas, 1.31 engine, asking $7,800 ONO
424-8369 email kylaralston@yahoo.com



BBF #544 :
2003 Honda Accord, EX,
4 dr, white exterior, w/ tan leather interior,
6 disc CD Changer, navigation touch

, screen, alarm system,

asking $12,500 ONO
; ph# 429-4770

1 month tribune issue 74 048

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

1979 42 FT POST
WHITE SPORTFISHMAN -

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

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






BBF #424
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"

BBF #463
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 #992 _—iz. . .
2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White. on white. $60,000.00 obo
Serial # 2204152431/2204158263.
Serious inquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

2000 37’ Tiara
Twin 450hp Cummins |
Diesels, 8KW generator
2 A/C Units, Furuno GPS &
Radar, Auto Pilot
Reduced: $175K OBO

Ph. 457-4456 or 394-6058

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

: NS ~~ . S

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

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

BBF #465

2003 39’ MIDNIGHT EXPRESS

witriple 2005-275HP Mercury Verados witrailer,
duty paid, $130,000.ONO,
Call: 359-3212 or 457-2676

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

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

KAYAK FOR SALE
EXCELLENT CONDITION
$700.00
Call 376-2481

MERCURY 225
BOAT ENGINE
Extended shaft.
Er.
$5,000.00
Call 242-322-
6324 cell 242:
636-5222

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 11

2607 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
(242)332-2230
RICHARD @WESTVANINC.COM

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

SSNS

NEW Yamaha VX700 Wave Runner.
Includes (2) Two Life Vests. Cash sale
price $8,200.00.Call 393-0262.

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.

RIB #507

"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


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SS
RIB #555
1988 22FT BAYLINER TROPHY CABIN
2009 Yamaha 200 hrs, trailer included
or engine seperat.e 9k

0
2007 SEADOO GTX LTD
witrailer, mint condition. 25hrs. Dealer
maintained. Asking 12,500.00

. $17
393-7893 or 424-4416 Ask for Lauren. Call 361-2646 cell 434-1130-

RIB #490 :
NEW Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle.
New model and colors.
125cc 4 Stroke engine, Great quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a great price.

BBF #532
2006 YAMAHA R6 600CC
$4,900 OBO,

i to $,2495.00!!
Call: 556-4616 Cash price slashed to $ 00

393-0262.

RIB #417
VESPA PIAGGIO 200CC
- Excellent condition, low mileage, 2 helmets,
removable windscreen. $3,500.00
Call 376-2481

BBF #540
s 2006 SYM Scotter,
silver and blue w/ helmet, good condition, for
; 900

ph# 356-0617 / 565-2115 —

res

y
tires for sale, NanKang, Kuhmo, Falken, Nexxen,

$135 225-40-18 $135 225-35-20 $180

$90
$110 215-45-17 $110
. HID Lights $180
Cail: 434-4054 or 323-4365

225-45-17

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.

5

20” Platinum Shield 5 Hole rims,
asking $950 ONO ©

ph# 364-5662 / 465-4612

Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618



Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New

$115 265






26 FT FORMULA
Twin D3, 160 volvo penta diesel engines with
‘ cabin and trailer, white trim red.
$40.000.00 ono
Call 1-242-337-0171
cell 1-242-357-1274




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



BBF #493

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

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

RIB #491

Generator Saie.
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.



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

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"

RIB #490-B d : ;
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. .

RIB #640 .
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



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








RIB #444 ;
"Generac Automatic Stanc'by Generators.
Prices starting from 52,995.00.
Units in stock. Contact us at 393-7873
for more information"

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

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

RIB #537
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

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

Call 341-0460
or
465-0291



RI #523
For Rent: Soundproof Portable Diesel
Generator Set, :
Rated for 100Kw Stand By OR 90 Kw Prime
Call 427-9531.

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

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

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

DUAL SIM, TV
Phone Mp3,
Mp4,+2GB

MEM, FM Radio

bluetooth, torchlight

8.0 MegaPixel

Camera Now only
$200
‘Tel:
341-0460 or
465-0291

RIB #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 Waits to 2600 Watts
available. Call 393-0262



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.

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



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 in

Call 525-6223

DUAL SIM Phone
Mp3, Mp4,+ 2GB
MEM, Bluetooth,
Video & sound recorder, Camera,
many more functions. $200 only
341-0460 or 465-0291





/FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 13



RIB #712
NEW AND USED PARTS
Maxima, Altima
- Radiators, fans.
Call 341-2305 cell 454-7111

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



RIB #412 ;

PSPs & MP5s
Support Nintendo & Gameboy
TV in/out 4GB & 8GB
$185.00
Call 341-0460 or 465-0291

Ss

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

Xbox 360 elite
$450
game included, |.
Psp go $400 game
.included,

Call 341-5933,
4342325, 4541288
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

#289 MARKET ST SOUTH ¢ PO BOX N-7984, NASSAU f

THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM

PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
WEDDINGSe FUNERALS*HOMESe CARS
Just call the numbers listed, © Earle Francés 9. P.
Ill personally handle your request. Pastor

(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
“Come and Worship.”

dark marks ,
& dull aged skin

Microdermabrasian
+Chemical Peel,

es +Prescription strength
326-1111 Medication =
Shirley St Mon-Sat

Beautiful skim

ESSA NAH

MEETING ROOMS

Refreshment Services Available
Ample Parking —
Delightful garden setting
ORCHARD GARDEN HOTEL
Village Road
Tel:393-1297

E-mail:orchardhotelbahamas @ gmail.com
. www.orchardhotelbahamas.com

Up to 30
persons

oincianna Dr off Blue Hill Road

Opposite Shell Gas Station

Fax 394-3562

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An early literacy system for babies, toddlers and
preschoolers

Authorized Distributor

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oy Phone: 393-8478

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ALL ABOUT ELEGANCE

We rent chair covers, tie -backs,
‘table cloths,.overlays & dinner
napkins for all
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_ Tel: 558-5664, 477-6443 or
- 456-9979
allaboutelegance @ ymail.com “Creating Beautiful Memories”

NOW OPEN...

ZION PROFESSIONAL TEUCH &
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SPECIALIZING IN:

NAIL ART, HAIR STYLING, BARBERING SERVICES AND BEATY

SUPPLIES
BOOTHS FOR RENT!
HAIR STLYING $150 P/W,, NAIL TECHS $108 P/W,
BARBERS $135 P/W

PH: 322-5013 / 535-7422 of 322-3122
MT ROSE AVE & PEACH STREET

Optimal Nutrition for Your Mind and Body! .

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LADIES bO YOU WANT THICKER,LONGER AND FULLER

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hair extension for balding and ‘binning hair.

. OR
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celebrity!!!
NO GLUE or SEWING
Hair regrowth treatment for balding, thinning and hair breakage.
_ 100% remy human hair for sale
Call today for a FREE treatment!
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT, 455- 8856

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RESIDENTIAL AA
Ductless Air Conditioning
& Heat Pump Systems 3
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* Line-Hide & Brackets
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steps, handles, gas one bed liners,
seat covers, light bulbs and mueh mere.

Tel | 364-3465
PO. nex UNS 1246




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Fresidest - CE Q

Small or Large Loans, We ir

Kendra “Kendi”. Rolie
‘Call or Text 4 Sizes & Colours
TEL/FAX:(242)341-7909 OR (342)468-5730 ©
Carmichael Rd.

* Generators

+ Scaffolds

« Wet Saws

« Jack Hammers

« Conerete Mixers etc.

Lowest \
Price In”
Town

Scaffold price start at
$16.00 per day

P. O. Box SB-50090
Nassau, Ese: 5 cl

- (242) 392-4721
es (242) 436-9511

|Monday - Friday 10-6 p.m-
Saturday & Sunday 11-5 p.m

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Saari SRINTING CO. LTD.

DRIVEN FOR DEPENDABILITY
-----Telephone-----
323 - 8427 (Sales) or 326-6380

(Rentals)_ Visit our site:
www.avis.com.bs/preownedvehicles.html

BOOST YOUR
BUSINESS HERE

SS

Ambassador Devon Rolle
President

Rosetta St. Palmdale. Nassau,Bah

BOOST YOUR
BUSINESS HERE

Ph: (242)323-5907 P.O.Box SB50623 |

‘Email:barakschoolofmusic @ gmail.com :

CONFETTI PARTY SUPPLIES
Spealizing in Children’s. Party Themes

CLEAN EOUNCING CASTLES
QUARANTEED!!!
Baby Shower Centerpieces
Professional Bows 7 Baloons





oe Ph: 341-0935 / 423- 8831
\ Cowpen Rd and Silver Gates Drives ;

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Toor PE piywiLt
COMPANY

' We specialize in:
Sheetrock Installation, Taping

Sand Finish
Smooth Finish, Textured Designs

Proprietor
Daniel Joseph

Telephone: 392 - 7363 Cell: 5385-0960
“ A promise of a job well done”

BOOST YOUR
BUSINESS HERE

BOOST YOUR
BUSINESS HERE

“We do.all aspecis of Pest Control for
Termites, Roaches, Fleas, Rodents,
Snakes, Ants,Residential Lawn &

Commercial.
Nassau Se elon oer
Exuma Office: (242)225-2286
Mobile:(242)432-7930
P.O.Box GT-2486
Email: forbespestcontro! @yahoo.com


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Protect Your Home or Business Ph: 323-2157
FREE Security Alarm |
Just Pay 1/2 Near Monitoring @ $1 80.00














‘Do you Need A Maid For ADay?









Residential and Commercial
Services Provided:







We Provide Rates We Cffer:


















< “SOLDIER ROAD reset ae were [} Trash Removal : *Planting| |
TEL: 242-394-5661 ° PO BOX CB-11600 Affordable, » « Siiieanns. eceases Ea" Tree Trimming & Hedging P EtueKing
NASSAU, BAHAMAS : Sets [ters + Manthiy Sueetar alo Tree Removal & Hauling Fertilization

Service,

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Ir m po ee ; ; Contacts
Lose weight capsule 357 - 3572
East Street South Next to the Do you want to lose weight? 558 - 6486 .

Flowers Web shop
PH: (242) 356-4053
E-mail: threemimports @ hotmail.com

SAFELY, STEADILY, SLOWLY
NO DIARRHEA, NO HEART PALPITATION

; _ NO NEED REGULATE DIET
Shop internationally and pay right here at home. 100% NATURE

Online Shopping, Pickup Services,
Auto adie Special Orders and Much More. Telephone 393-51 57, 448-0681




















Electrical Design & Construction
Solar Electric Power

Generator Installation & Repairs
Roll Down Door Expert















P.O. BOX N-248-
NASSAU, BAHAMAS

PRE-DATING / ENGAGEMENT / TESTING

2 “Pre.Vent Now”
PRE-MARITAL TESTING

Private & Confidential Counselling & festing
HUY f SFB /tBE / VE / HEP B * VDRL

BY APPOINTMENT | TEL. 3763144













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: : ts - Sales Services installation
° Auto-Air Gas Up ... Starts @ $ 25.00
° Refrigeration Gas U, arts @ $ 65.00
° Window & Wall A/C U: «Starts @ $ 75.00
° Central & Ductless Gas Up Starts @ $ 85.00
° Window & Wall A/C Unit Up. .Starts @ $250.00
° Ductless A/C Unit ........... 7 -Starts @ $500.00

Starting only $99.99
¢ Central A/C Unit .... tarts @ $1,100.00

Spanish, French, etc.
Tel: 394-7103/393-8575 * Fax 394-8383 ° Cell 466-1327 is
: iA Saul Road cc Jali aten"g ae Phone: 365~ 4375 or 676-2748

















































INSTANT CASH
















Top $ Top$ |)
MaxFactor Scrap Metal
| * Open Daily - Live By Satelite English Premier Soccer, Cricket, Rugby. EBUY META :
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H Pot Pie « Grouper Fingers »* Fried Chicken *Steak & Kidney Pie i 0
° Seafood Platter * Soup * Sandwiches « Salads * Draft Beer, Stella, : ROG : pss : Cenper
Fosters, Becks and Full Bar ¢ Airconditioned Bar e Outdoor Patio . Batteries



. Catalytic Converters
Location: Haynes Oval West Bay St. Opp. Arawak Cay. + gute case

Tel: 326-4720

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ing Breakfast Daily : State Certified Electronic Scales

S ancl _Top $
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Computer Sales & Accessories i
Antivirus Software |
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P.O.Box CB-12843 Nassau, The Bahamas ¢
Tel: (242)466-7599

Email Address:bflbahamas @ coralwave.com ;

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Tel:325-5040 |
Cell: 465-0610 or 454-7934 |

Telephone: 322-9241
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CELL FOR LESS
Blackberry Bold 9000
$425.00

Wifi Lg incite
$300.00
Wifi blackberry pear!
$275.00

Call 357-4790

*CELL PHONE SALE*
LG Cookie/Shine...$240
Moto Rokr...$170
Moto ZN200 (Photo
shown)...$170

-> Nokia E63...$330
Moto Razr2 V8...$260

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

Brand New Unlocked I-
Phone 3g, 8gb, black
and 100% Genuine, not
clone, latest Software.
3.1.2 asking $600.00
OBO
ph# 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

\

RIB #531 5 : ;

_, . Acer race With FREE Sleeve. - a
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:

Peni 2 $539.99. Call 323.6315 ‘

HELLO KITTY
TOUCHSCREEN
Dual sim, 2GB Mp3,
Mp4, FM radio
camera, Btooth for
$200.00
Also Iphone style with
tv for $220

Call’ 341-0460
or
359-0339

. “BLACKBBERRY
PHONES (All Wifi!)*
Blackberry BOLD
9000/9700. @:..$590
Blackberry CURVE

8520...$440 -
Blackberry CURVE
8320...$340
Blackberry PEARL
Zs 8120...$340

For more information call
364-9001 / 558-3267

or
558-3268
A

ANDROID WIFI
NS PHONE
“SQ Touch screen, dual sim,
b.tooth, dual cameras,
| video & sound recorder,
2 movies download
Features Free Overseas
- Calls.
Priced $300.00
For limited time.

Call 341-0460/465-0291

RIB #535. : .
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 (802.11q)]}:

- Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.
! Call 323.6315.

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. LAYAWAY OPTION.
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;.
3 or
465-0291

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.



HP:Laptop with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Specs: 2GB RAM; 2 GHZ;
460 HD; WIFI; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7; HDMI
Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
LAYAWAY: OPTION. Price from: $559.99
Call 323.6315.



RIB #528 ho :
Dell Vostro with FREE Sleeve «=
or 4GB Flash Drive: Includes 1GB Ram; 160GB
HD; WIFI; 3 in 1 PCl Card Slot; Memory Card
Reader; Windows Vista; CD/DVD RW; Anti.
Virus. 1 Year Warranty. Price: $499.
‘Call 323.6315







Comes with OS X; iLife; 2GB Ram; 250GB HD;



PHONES FOR SALE
Starting at $295.00
Brand new, reserve

yours today.
Call 454-9337

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
1 month tribune issue

dual cams, video
mp3/mp4 & fm radio
dual bluetooth
2 gb memory card
choice of 2 movie
$300.00

Tel 341-0460
or
465-0291

RIB #526 4
Dell Zino Desktop Special:

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

é $599.99. Call 323.6315.



Apple Macbook Sale:



Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 ‘Year Warrenty Sere at $999.
.. Call .6315.




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RIB #533

(HP Brand) comped. Lantos with FREE =
Sieve 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.

Toshiba Laptop with FREE SLEEVE . «uJ.
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 Acer Package
2" Widescreen monitor, AMD
Athlon2.6GHz processor,2GB DDR2
memory, 320GB hard drive, Super-Multi
DVD+RW drive, Windows Vista, Speakers,
Keyboard/Mouse. $600 0.b.0 525-1472

RIB #650
HOLLYWOOD WHITE
Skin Whitening Line
SEE RESULTS IN DAYSI!II!
MIRACLE GROW
Hair Growth Stimulator
No more embarrassing bald spots!
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856

MINI LAPTOPS WINDOWS
Ms word, wifi, excel install, all colors.
$300.00
call 324-9591

Clothing Store
Fixtures for Sale,
Brazilian Mannequins,
clothing racks, siat walls,
etc,
: ph# 356-2878 / 558-8582

RIB #585
GIVE THAT MAN WHAT HE REALLY WANTS
This Valentine.
2009 Lakers championship ring, just $100.00
Also man/ woman Gucci watches. $150.00
Cell 432-2428

NBA CAPS $15.00
Arm sleeve $12.00 or 2 for $20
Nba jersey $60 or 2 for 100
Call for more details. 432-2428

ROLEX
YELLOW GOLD
PERPETUAL
DATE
Bezel: Blue ceramic
rotatable
Dial: Blue
Bracelet: Oyster with
Rolex Glidelock clasp
Crystal: Sapphire
SERIOUS INQUIRY
ea ONLY
*Finally your chance to own extremely rare S WS
MINT dated coins. a PH (242) 465-2931
*You can collect them or wear as pendants,
Coins as low as $85*
*Call now 364-9001 or 558-3269*

RIB #411

50% OFF OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN
With new chrome lens. Also oil rigs just $60 Nba
jersey 60.00 2 for $100
cell 432-2428

#504
*OWN A PIECE OF THE BAHAMAS TODAY!*

BBF #552

Rent To Own Yamacraw Beach
Luxury 4 Bedroom 3 Baths Split Level House
Stand By generator, Alarm System, @
Washer/Dryer, AC, large walk in closet in the
master bedroom and Jacuzzi tub, (2 year
payment plan w/ no interest),
242-677-5390/242-677-4951

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
dollars. Just $20.00
Cell 432-2428

CANON DUPLEX COPIER,
laser printer, colour scanner, super:G3 fax
Paid $1,300 selling $750.00
cell 242-533-4190



: VE: ie. Pa
1GB RAM; 160GB Hard Drive; Windows XP;~
WEBCAM; WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus
Software. 1 Year Warranty. Call 323.6315.
Price: $399.99.



RIB 468 :
FOR SALE - BRAND NEW!

HP laptop 3 GB memory, 250 GB hard drive >
w/ webcam $680

* Dell Laptop 3:gb memory, 250 gb hard-drivemgge
w/webcam $670

Acer laptop 2 gb memory, 160 gb harddrive
w/webcam $600

Call 525-6223

100% HUMAN REMY My & SYNTHET! IC LACE

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

POLO LACOSTE
* SHIRTS
$45.00
NBA Caps $15.00 G-
Shocks watch $60.00

Call 432-2428

3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET
Love seat, sofa, chaise lounge
Was $3,900.00 now $2,900.00

available separately.
cell 242-533-4190

NEO SOCKET

As seen on tv. Save 20% on your gas bill
thats hundreds of dollars per year. Get yours

today and began saving. $40.00
Cell 432-2428
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ease : cars

TRUE 2 DOOR
_ BEVERAGE
COOLER
LIKE NEW.
$2,200.00 ONO
Call 362-6040

COUNTERS FOR ICE CREAM SHOP OR
DELI,
beautifully made pink and cream, reasonable
offers accepted,-
Call: 328-0002

“Sj 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 2008-2009
photo shoot with her puppies.
Call 392-6381 or 423-9159

RIB #646 ;
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

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

NEW FAMILY
STACKER
. Gas washer and
dryer
Only $925.00

Call 362-6040

ROBINSON AND MARATHON ROADS
AREA
All black, small, extremely loving
. Contact Tel: 436-9806
or

SHITZ-SHU
PUPS
FOR SALE

$450.00
each
Black
Female
Brown & black
Female
Mix white & multi
male had all their
shoots.
please

POR VALENTINES DAY

call 341-7386

RIB #664
ROTTWEILER/GERMAN SHEPHARD
Mix puppies, 4 males, 8 weeks old, had first
shots, dewormed. Large and big boned .
$500.00
Serious enquiries only. 535-7741

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



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

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

RIB #387 ’
GERMAN SHEPHERD & ROTTWEILER
Mixed puppies, 6 weeks old.
; $550.00 Male, $600.00 Female
For enclosed properties only. Cell 557-2234

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



HOT DOG
MACHINE $450,

Call: 328-0002

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



#481

Shitzu / poodle ,

males $500, Females $550, received first shot,
ph# 565-2994

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

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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TELEPHONE
325-7692/3; 325-2301,
323-5626

Gardens,50

x

Pinewood
100,$55,000
Sandilands
45,$70,000
Step Street,57 x 100,$70,000

Village,100 x

Springfield Estates,60 x
100,$75,000

Village Estates,50 - x
100,$75,000

St Vincent Rd. - ,60 x
100,$75,000

Victoria Gardens,60 x
100,$75,000

Off Johnson Rd.,5,000 sq.
ft., $76,000

Fox Hill,6,783 sq. ft.,$78,000
Nassau Village, Triplex
Lot,$80,000

Smith's Ville,60 x 100,$83,000
Serenity,60 x 100,$85,000
Hanna Rd.,Duplex Lot}$85,000

Gamble Heights,Duplex
Lot,$85,000

Bellot Rd. East,60 x
110,$85,000

Off East St South6o0 X
113,$85,000

Off Cowpen Rd.,52 x
112,$85,000

Kool Acres,100 x 65,$85,000
Off Carmichael Rd.,100 x
63, $85,000

South Seas,75 x 100,$90,000
Boatswain Hill,75 x
100,$92,000

Marshall Rd.,72 x 114
,$95,000

Southern - Heights,75 x
100,$95,000

Gamble Heighis, Triplex
Lot,$95,000

Bellot Rd., Triplex
Lots,$98,000 : s

Yuma Estates, 65 x
105,$99,500

Nia Della Rosa,Duplex
‘Lots,$100,000 /
Opulent Heighis, Triplex
Lot,$1.00,000

West Wind,Duplex
Lot,$115,000

Coral Heights East,8O x

110,$120,000
Lyford Hills;75 x 100,

$125,000

Westridge South,9,500_ sq.
ft., : $125, 000

‘Sea Beach Est.. ,50 x
125,$135,000 ee
Destiny Lakes, 95 x

100,$140,000
- Fire Trail, 100 x 100,$140, 000

Off Cowpen Rd.,Fourplex
Lot,$145,000 :
Cowpen » > Rd.,72 x
190,$145,000°

Nassau East,Corner

Lot,$153,000
Eastwood Est.,”
sq. ft.,6155,000

Charlotte Ville,60 x
120,$160,000
Golden Isles
205,$165,000
Winton Heights,125 x
120,$165,000

15,000

Rd..75 x

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Sarton Realéy,

Boatswain Hill, 75 x
150,$165,000
Twin Lakes,90 x 140,$165,000
West Place,99 x 150,$262,000
Yamacraw Hill,100 x
180,$270,000
West Bay. St.,100 x 312 On
Beach,$450,000 - _.
Sandyport,T.B.A.,$650,000
Old Fort Bay,10,806- sq.
ft.,$655,000
Westridge Est North,120 x
538,$675,000

- COMMERCIAL LOTS

Mt. Pleasant Village,15,000
sq ft.,$150,000

Cowpen Rd.,100 x
100,$155,000

Faith Avenue, 100 x
200,$250,000

Coral Harbour,100 x

200,$300,000

Cable Beach,1 Acre,$1.8 Mil-
lion
Carmichael Rd.,2
Acres,$1.875 Million

ACREAGES

Bernard
Acres,$350,000
Gladstone Rd.,
Acres,$480,000
Gladsione Rad., 4
Acres,$1.45 Million

Westridge North,6
Acres,$1.75 Million

Coral Harbour,11.2 Acres,$2
Million
Lyford Cay,39
Acres,$12,152,000
Western
Acres,$15 Million
Coral Harbour,160 Acres with
canal front,$19.2 Million
Killarney Shores,170
Acres,$29,750,000

West Bay St.,5 Acres Hill Top
ocean view with plans for 56
condo units,$5.5 Million

Rd.,1.2
1.2

Nassau,100

BUILDINGS
Kennedy Sub,3 Bed 2 Bath
(Fixer up),$90, 000
South Beach Est.,4 Bed (Fixer
up);$130,000

Ridgeland Park,3 Bed 2 Bath |:

House,$139,000

Abundant Life Rd.,Incomplete
Triplex with 1.Bed 1 Bath Com-
plete unit,$150,000

Off Blue Hill Rd. South,Duplex
Bldg. (fixer uP). ae 59,000
Foxdale,3 Bed 2 ~~ Bath
House $1 68,000

Pinewood Gardens, 3 Bed 2
Bath (4 yrs old},$185, 000

St.” Albans,4-plex up to belt

‘| course,$185,000

Yamacraw Beach Est.,Duplex
Bidg-,$225,000
Off .Carmichael Rd.,Triplkex
Bidg,$269,000
McKinney Drive,4 Bed 3 Bath
Condo,$299,000,

Off Shirley St. 4 Bed -2

Bath,$385,000
CALL: 325-7692/3,
325-2301, 323-5626.




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EXCLUSIVES
ABACO! Picturesque home
sites convenient to Marsh Har-
bour. Two wooded lots offer
the potential for investment at
a great cost. Web Ref:
564361. Price: $19,000 each
FOXDALE! 3bd/2bt family”
home in a well established
area. Features a well laid out
floor plan, open living/dining
and kitchen w breakfast bar.
Laundry room, tiled, wall a/c
and wooden deck in the back

yard. Web Ref: 564459.
Price: $215,000
TREASURE COVE! 3bd/2bt

comfortable family home in
family oriented gated commu-
nity. Open floor. plan, central
a/c, enclosed back yard. Web
Ref: 564473. Price: $319,000
SANDYPORT! With 9, 662SF
and 206 feet of canal frontage:
there is ample room to build
the home of your dreams in
the newest section of Sandy-
port. Web Ref: 564362. Price:
$500,000

ROSE ISLAND! 1.2 acres with
great elevations and over 100
feet of white powdery beach
front. Stunning views running
sea to sea with many choices
for house locations. Perfect for
a very private home or has
great potential’ for develop-
ment. Web Ref: 564072.
Price: $595,000

CABLE BEACH! Classic decor
and sunny beach views com-
bine in an ode to tropical ele-
gance in this’ immaculate
3bd/3bt condo. Newly up-
graded with hurricane & im-
pact resistant doors and win-
dows. Lots of special features.

Web Ref: 564296 Price:
$676,500

SALES
FREEPORT! 12,566 SF lot in

the popular area of Royal Ba-
hamian Estates. Located just
minutes from the beach,
downtown and Port Lucaya.
Roads are paved and utilities
are available. Web Ref:
564415 Price: $30,000
SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES!
Own this spacious, residential
lot with 12,507 SF in-new sub-
division featuring underground
utilities allowing the landscap-
ing and views to remain _pris-
tine. Web Ref: 564345. Price:
$165,000

SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES!
Gated community offers an
opportunity to own this duplex
lot boasting 18,015 SF. Web
Ref: 564469. Price: $299,000

BERRY ISLANDS! Well built
2bd/1bt . island cottage
perched on a hill just steps
from the water with sweeping

ocean views & tranquil
breezes. Comfortably _ fur-
nished! Web Ref: 564450.

Price: $385,000

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs





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HARBOUR ISLAND! Just half
a block from Pink Sands
Beach with all utilities avail-
able this open zoned lot fea-
turing 13,728 SF is a rare op-
portunity. Web Ref: 562913.
Price: $425,000
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
.SANDYPORT! Comfortable,

brand new 4bd/4bt well de-
signed home located on the
canal. Travertine flooring, hard
wood cabinets with granite
counters, crown mouldings,
hurricane proof windows,
stainless steel railings, mod-
ern vanities in bathrooms &
much more luxury features.
Web. Ref: 563563 _ Price:
$899,000 :

. FOR RENT :
OFF THOMPSON BLVD! Cen-
trally located 2bd/1bt apt. in a
quiet neighbourhood, _ tiled
throughout, security screens
and is located just minutes
from restaurants, schools and
shopping. Web Ref: 564399.
Price: $800 p/m
PARADISE IS! 1bd/ibt_ re-
cently renovated kitchen and
bathroom; washer/dryer in
unit, central a/c, tiled floors
throughout, a balcony and of-
fered tastefully furnished. Web

Ref: 564460 Price: $1,400
p/m

CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
newly renovated 2bd/2bt
condo in gated community:
Gorgeous views, large bal-

cony, tastefully furniture, re-
mote control a/c units, modern

kitchen w dishwasher: Web
Ref: 564346. Price: $2,800
p/m

CABLE BEACH! Spectacular
unit with 3bd/4bt and an out-
door verandah with lovely
views of the pool & ocean.
Gated community with private
beach, pool & assigned cov-
ered parking located Close to
-shopping, school, entertain-
ment, restaurants and more.
Web Ref: 562433. Price:
$2,900 p/m

GAMBIER! Mediterranean
style hillside: home comprises
a main S3bd/2.5bt home to-
gether with a one bedroom,
half bath cabana_ offering the
perfect island -retreat. 2-car
garage, heated pool, vaulted
ceilings throughout & spec-
tacular ocean views. Web

not 564334. Price: $4,000
p/m
CHARLOTTEVILLE! New

3bd/3.5bt end unit townhouse
-with view -overlooking the pool
situated in the new community
known as "Turnberry" in Char-
lotteville. Web Ref: 564472.
Price: $3,500 p/m unfurn.
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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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,

Beach area_ residential
$110,000.

JOANS HEIGHTS,
50x100, $65,000.

OFF FARRINGTON RD., du-
plex lot 50x100, $58,000.

WEST __WINDS,
$120,000.

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

Cable
lot

duplex lot

duplex lot,

WEST WINDS, Duplex lot,
$120,000.

BALMORAL, residential lot in
new. exclusive gated commu-
nity out west, starting

at $207,000. 5;

CORAL BREEZE, residential
lots $99,000, and duplex lots,
$120,000.

OCEAN CLUB, two _iarge
oceanfront lots side by side,
$6 million each.

CHARLOTTEVILLE, elevated

lot, $165,000.

SOUTH SEAS, residential lots,
$90,000.

WILTON STREET,

near. Tops

Lumber, commercial corner
lot, $220, ooo.
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 apn,
ment, $120,000.

, duplex lot
70x100, $85,000.
Vi
, large triplex lot,

ROAD
$90,000.

VACANT PROPERTIES

OFF EAST STREET NORTH
50 x 100 lot, $56,000.

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

WILTON STREET, commercia
cornet lot 100x124, $220,000.

WINTON HEIGHTS, large cor.
ner lot, 120x125, reduced tc

$165,000.

BLACKBEARDS _ TERRACE
residential lot, <100x197
$200,000.

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

WESTWIND, residential lot
$110,000. ;

CORAL LAKES, residentia
lot,

80x110, $120,000.

SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES
residential lot, $135,000

LYFORD HILLS, residentia
lots starting at $124,000.

PINEWOOD GARDENS, du:
plex lots starting at, $65,000.

VENICE BAY, canal
100x100, $180,000.

SPRINGFIELD ESTATES, of
Prince Charles residentia
lots, $77,000.

VENICE BAY ANNEX, lot witr
foundation for 6-unit apart
ment was $210,000 reducec
to $175,000 for quick safe.

lot

AT- LAND, 20 acres
300,000.
MOUNT PLEASANT, large

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

EF Y.
near ~Yuma.
residential

lot, $105,000.

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

Estates

J D
57x125, $90,000.

T D
acres, $1.75 Million.
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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. 5

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

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

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

CAVES POINT PHASE 2,
brand new luxury oceanfront
condominiums, $775,000 to
$1,025,000.

OFF CARMICHAEL RD., Lux-
ury 2 storey semi-furnished 4
bed 3 bath house with swim-
ming pool and attached duplex
on triple lots 20, 374 sq. ft. ask-
ing price, $625,000.

in-

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
.commercial

building near Wulff Road, con-
tains 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
$127,000.

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

SOLDIER ROAD, large 2 sto-
rey commercial building, ideal
for church $450,000

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

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 bec 1 bath
with built-in laundry ro. ms, a
deal at $170,000.

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

FAITH AVENUE, 2 bed
bath townhouse, $180,000.





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MACKEY STREET, large
warehouse on_- corner lot,
$600,000. nt

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

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

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD, 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
DRIVE, near City Market, at-
tractive 4 unit apartment com-
plex, $375,000.

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

URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments

Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please call Ludec

393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.





BAHAMAS

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Rearry

CORAL HARBOUR: New
subd, 80x100 Triplex lots Dis-
counted to $99,000 for limited
time. ;

VICTORIA: GARDENS: Glad-
stone Rd, 60x100 Residential
lot, $60,000

VICTORIA GARDENS:
60X100 lot with house to belt-
course $90,000

HIGH POINT ESTS: Triplex. lot

with approved bldg, plan
$145,000

STAPLEDON GARDENS:
9,000sq. ft. Triplex Lot
$135,000

PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE:
60X100 Residential lots
$77,500

CARMICHAEL RD: Duplex lot
62x92, $85,000

CARMICHAEL RD: West @
Coral Harbour round-about,
100x200 commercial lot,
$303,000

DEVELOPED PROPERTIES

VICTORIA GARDENS: Duplex
one half complex $165,000

SEA BREEZE: 3-bed, 2-bath
house fixer-upper, $255,000

SOUTH BEACH:
2-bed, 1-bath, $176,000

SANDFORD TOWNHOUSE:
2-bed, 2.5-bath, new units in
ated complex with - pool,
249,000

SEA BEACH ESTS:, Triplex,
each unit is 2-bed, 1-bath &
furnished, $395,000 ($40,000
rental income per annum)

SEA BECH: 2-bed, 2.5-bath
townhouse $215,000.

RENTALS
SEA BEACH ESTS: West Bay,
2-bed, 2-bath apt with
washer/dryer, fridge, stove,
central A/C, alarm system, etc,
$1,000/pm

COMMERCIAL SPACES FOR
RENT @ Coral Harbour in new

Duplex

‘complex, $1,200 to 9,200sq.ft,

units available. Call for details.

CORAL HARBOUR °2 storey
house or canal, almost
4,000sq.ft, $2,800/pm

SANDFORD DRIVE: Immacu-
late 3-bed, :3.5-bath’ townhouse
with pool & gated, $2,800/pm.
BLAIR: 2 bedroom townhouse
with pool, fully furnished. &
gated. 3
Contact
Tropical Realty, 327-1102.

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ce REALTY
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HOMES
SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:
2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated

Community. Great kitchen,
washer & dryer. 3 community

swimming pools and enclosed !

children’s playground. MUST
SEE. $340,000.00 Web Ret:
28909

HIGH POINT MANORS: Spa-
cious 3 bed 2.5 bath town-

E-mail: cmackey @tribunemedia.net

Really Sales

DUPLEX LOTS
Off Faith Ave Soi'th
Owner Financin::
available
50x139, $95,000.00
$9,500 Down

house in Gated Community.| Monthly $1,226.69 10

New _ construction. Granite
kitchen counter tops, custom
built Oak cabinets. $269,000

Web Ref: 33709

LOTS
SAFFRON HILL: Single anc
Multifamily lots starting ai

$175,000.00 Web Ref: 17808

ROSE ISLAND LOT: NEW
PRICE -' Great lot approx.
13,350 sq ft - $188,000.00
ONO, make an offer NOW

t Web Ref: 2408

OCEANVIEW LOT — WEST:
Great single family lot 60’ x
115” in new gated community
with pool and tennis court on
West Bay Street. $340,000.00
Web Ref: 19508

OCEANVIEW ELEVATED
LOT - 14,279 sq. ft. lot with
elevation of 80’ above sea level
$475,000.00.Web Ref: 34209

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

MULTI-FAMILY LOT
65x100
LOCATED IN THE WEST.
$109,000.PRICED FO:
QUICK SALE.
ABSOLUTELY NO AGENTS!
424-8594

LONG ISLAND
Ocean view
Hilltop Lots

Beach Access Lots
150 x 80
Prices from $25,000

Telephone 436-3170

Hilltop lot in Westridge
1.014 Acres. Residential
Net Price $330,000
Serious inquiries only
Please call 457-4185 to view



prestigious Turnberry
Development, 13,592 sq.ft,



years

50x10, $75,000.90
$7,500.00 Dowii
Monthly $968.37, 10
years :
Drawings includ J
For more info tel ~
323-1983.

EXUMA 2 adjcent Lots

80x125 each valued $60,000 in
total Reduced to $55,000 ono
Tel 345-0370, 225-3107,
~424-1941.

BAY STREET
Commercial Building
Near Hoffer
FOR SALE
14,000+ sq.ft.

Tel 356-3942, 677-5443.

FOR SALE BY OWNER

WESTWIND: Gated community
(Love Beach). Vacant
residential lot. 6,000sq.ft.
$13,000 negotiate.
Contact 556-9538.

SAN SALVADOR HOUSE
‘ - FOR SALE - :
| Oceanview, 2 bed, 2 bath,

with garage, $249,000.
Tel 452-0180. a





Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037
Email: info @ adlerrealtyltd.com
Website:
www.adlerrealtyltd.com

LOTS:

——____________._________'} Web ref 10007 off Robinson
TWO ADJOURNING LOTS in '
‘| Web

Road 7,180 s.f. $ 106,000
ref 10008 Hamilton
Rd.off Kemp Rd. 100 .x 50

together totaling 23,192 sq. ft. :| $68,000

Lots are slightly elevated and '

Web ref 10009 Sunset Park

attractively located. Selling as a:'] 60 x 100 $ 79,000

package for $500, 000 Net or
$285, 000 Net respectively
ono.
No agents.
Tel 327-8639, or 427-7708.

Web ref 10010 Yamacraw
Beach 87 x 100 $ 112,000
Web ref 10011 Vanessa
Close, Seabreeze 40 x 145 $
80,000

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VACANT LOTS

ABBIE'S CLOSE
$79,000

BERNARD ROAD 2 ACRES
$440,000

CARMICHAEL ROAD
$40,000 i

CENTERVILL/ Hampton St.
$75,000

62X100

52X73

COWPEN RD 50X130
$93,000
CORAL BREEZE EST.

60X100 $99,500

ENGLESTON 'TUFU CI' 100 X
101 $90,000

FIRE TRAIL 10,000
$200,000

HARBOUR ISLAND .- 107X134
~ $400,000

HARBOUR ISLAND
lot) 115X101 $450,000

HIGH PIONT Duplex Lot 7,800
sq.ft. $140,000

JOE FARRINGTON
100x120 $195,000

JOHNSON RD. & STEP ST.
50x100 $55,000

LYFORD HILLS Est. 70X 131
$135,000

MCKINNEY DR.
$70,000

MOORES ALY Off WULFF RD
29X100 $55,000

sq. ft

(corner

RD.

off 48X100

PARGATE RD. off 100X50
$69,000

PLUMBAGO SUBD. 125 X70
$97,500

SAN SOUCI 224 xX 69
$225,000

SANDILANCE RD. 40 X 145
$80,000 -

SOUTH SEAS SUBD. 80X100
$90,000

STAR ESTATE
70X100 $124,000

STEP STREET 65 x
$140,000

SUN SET PARK 90X95X265
$116,500

(EAST)

200

Jones-Dixon Realty @
356-3942 / 677-5443
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ite Gs REALTY

SERENITY - A tranquil and ex-
clusive gated community - lo-
cated in Western New Provi-
dence near Lyford Cay.t It is
an affordable Island lifestyle
with resort amenities that 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 Residential and $115,000
for Multi-family.t+ First Phase is
30% sold out secure yours
NOW with only 5% down!!



SERENITY ESTATES - This
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 roam for both
front and back yard space.t
Lots start at only $250,000 se-
cure yours TODAY with only
% downl!

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. fThis
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

KING'S REALTY

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

4 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH
Townhouse with custom
kitchen, high ceilings, etc.
Residence have a open
living plan with sliding glass
doors that open out toa
large covered patio
overlooking landscaped
gardens and the pool.
For Sale.
Interested person call

RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY
FOR SALE By Owners
West Winds
Gated community near
Love Benet, 6,724 sa; ft,

$11 000
PH: 426-3610, 322-4531
OR !
433-7839



Telephone 393-1183

MONTAGU HEIGHTS: Lovely
home w/2 apt. furn,$449,000

JOHNSON RD _ NRTH:Large
comm.bldg w/ shop spaces & 3
apartments plus 2 vacant lots,
$596,000.

HIGH POINT EST, off jFK:
Gated comm. Like new, lively
3-bed/2-bath house w/attached
apt. $298,000

SANDILANDS VILLAGE:A
Steal!! Nice duplex on large lot
$199,000

SOUTH STH Ocean: Large
lot, $139,999

GOLDEN GATES: _ 2-storey
home w/2 apts.$259,000

GOLDEN GATES #2:3bed/
2-bath apt, House w/2-1bath,
apt,$218,000

AVOCADO GDNS: 3-bed/
2-bath,$199,000

GUINEP ST:Lovely home,
Sbed/2bath, 4 years old,
$189,000.

MALCOLM ALLT:7-bed/

5-bath apt complex. Furnished.
Gym 8years old.$358,000

BLUEHILL RD:Hill top duplex
in} good condition. A_ steal!
$168,000

More Listings & Packages
availiable.

SSS
WEA

we

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly constructed house in the

quiet neighborhood of Har-
mony Estates, off Carmichael
Road.

This 1500 square foot home,
has three bedrooms a guest
bathroom, and a master bath-
room with a relaxing jacuzzi

tub. The garage enters the
kitchen which has _— granite
counter tops, home is tiled

throughout. A must see.
Contact Winston @ 455-7047

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.

| PRICED TO SELL REDUCED

CORAL HARBOUR
TOWNHOUSE
2 bed, 2.5 bath, pool.-
$249,000 obo.
Call: 432-9388

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Vacant lot located Tiana's Cre-
sent, West Bay St. 9,000 + sq.
ft. $145,000.00 O.N.O

Ph: 392-5234 evenings

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010, PAGE 23



WINDERMERE, ELEUTHERA.
Oceanfront Condo on exclusive
Winderrmere island’s
5-mile pink sand beach.
Spacious efficiency suite,
central A/C, kitchen, patio,
fully furnished. $240,000 or
RENT $1500/wk.
(242)327-8719, 557-3172.
renascence @coralwave.com.
allens @ coralwave. com

GATED WEST OF
ORANGE HILL BEACH
GOOD LOCATION,
Se UN ee ee

Lae}
BASKETBALL COURT.
Waa sae SPECIAL

$92
coy \ne earl rei 393-1 re

San Souci, Under Construc-
tion: 3 Bedroom home, 2 1/2
Bath, study, pantry and large
laundry. Being sold AS IS.
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.






JACK ISAACS )

REA LEY





LYFORD CAY: Two adjacent
Golf Course lots— Each lot ap-

prox. 25,500 sq ft
81, 230,000.00 EACH Web Ref:
8108

BEACHFRONT LOT — OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
beach in Exclusive Gated
Community on Paradise Island.
Sold together with a 65 foot
dock at Ocean Club Estates
Marina, $5.6 million Web Ref:
35109

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE

CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

ABACO LAND

OPPORTUNITY
MORES ISLAND: Residential
and Commercial Sites
Lowest Price Lots in Abaco
Short’ walk from government
paved airstrip. Insurable tile,
immediate availability
Government Electricity,
telephone service
On Bahamas Government Fu-
ture Development Path.

water,

Telephone Vv Coakley,
455-5329 daytime, 465-4889
evenings

Abaco Ocean Club.




Building on
Charles Vincent St.
with 7 shop spaces for sales or
lease. Call 322-4260

APPROVED
HOTEL DRAWINGS
23 room, Bar & Restaurant,
Value $20,000.00.
Asking 10,000.00
Telephone 323-1983.

FOR SALE
TRIPLEX BUILDING
HIGH VISTA - $320,000.

Will pay closing Fees.
Tel 324-8045, 425-8919.

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714.

BEAGHFRONT LOT
FOR SALE, $95,000
IN SAN SALVADOR




White Sandy beach
Tel 754-214-2405.



DUPLEX PROPERTY, 60x100,
off Malcolm Allotment. Asking
S$65K. Call 364-7927 ask for
mrs Sands.

VACANT LAND
For Sale by Owner
125' Lake Front Property
West Ridge Estates

19,050 Sq ft.

$325,000.00 net
Tel: 364-3017

Serious inquiries only please

LOT FOR SALE
Beautiful Westridge Estates
- (North) w/underground utilities
& paved road. 10,556sq.ft
$169,000 - $8,450 down.
Tel 422-4489 , or 357-3763.

SAN'SALVADOR
LOTS FOR SALE

~ Beachfront hilltop, -
BreTe Un) WATERSS Cle ls Su tetelo}

GP

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806

TWO HALF ACRE LOTS"
MORRISVILLE,
LONG ISLAND.
1-242-337-0171,
1-242-357-1274.

HOUSE.FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bathroom,
semi-furnished, $130,000.
Tel:392-3596, or 422-5743.

LOT FOR SALE
in Sandyport. Water. Colour
Cay #28.
Interested persons contact
36: 8



2. BEDROOM, 2 BATH, fully
furnished villa, Paradise
Estates, $2,500 per month.
Office space available.

Soldier Road $2,500 p/m.

Call 393-8733/44

2-BEDROOAM, 1-BATH
unfurnished apt, Firetrail Road
west. $700/month. Water
included after 6pm, 361-5413.

ONE BEDROOM, ONE - BATH
APT, water, cable, blinds,
wooden: ceiling, cooking gas,
Fox Hill. Road. Tel 427-0363.

FULLY FURNISHED 1-bedr, 1-
bath apt, cooking gas, wate,
cable, queen bed set, fridge,
stove, sofa, etc. Off St Vincent,
$700. (00. No kids, no pets. Tel:
364-7461.

DOWNTOWN
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
spaces for rent.
Boardroom, kitchen,
‘and_reception area.
Fully inclusive of
electricity and
maintenance offices,

rom $1,000 per month.

: NENT in:special

“available, no deposit:
ired. Move in with



3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
with 3 1-bedroom, 1 bath Apt
attached, $185,000 ono. .

- Serious inquires.
Call anytime after 5pm.
Phone 426-1385.

2-BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
jacuzzi, A/C, water included,
. $650 monthly, sec dep $300.
Tel 324-1751, 363-3000,
366-9745(W).

2-BEDROOMROOM, Sandi-
land Village Road, water in-
cluded. Newly renovated.
328-2443, 364-0007, 429-4338
cell.

3 BED, 2.5 TOWNHOUSE
CARIBBEAN GARDENS _ off
Glacetone Road, furnished,
$1200/p.m

Tel: 394- 8731/2 or 364-2188

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
semi-furnished, Joe Farrington
Water _ included. 328-2443,
364-0007, 429- 4338 cell.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATHROOM
APT. Pineyard road. fridge,
stove,water, a/c, 4700 per

month, $400 security deposit.
Ph: 364-2122 or 457-1527

ATTRACTIVE 1 BEDROOM,
Furnished and_ semi-furnished

Apt. Nassau East. $650/mth.
Water included. Phone
327-5472

CARMICHAEL ROAD: 2-BED,
1-BATH, Fridge, stove, blinds,
security screens, water _in-
cluded. First, last, security de-
posit. $700 per month. Call
361-1681 after 6 p.m
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3-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH,
partly furnished, front room,
dining room, living room, com-
puter room & laundry room,
stove and washer and dryer.
Enclosed yard., burglar bars,
$1600 p/m, sec dep $1000.
393--7041

NEWLY BUILT, furnished 1
bedroom, 1 bath, ceiling fan,
enclosed yard. Water
included. Homestead Street,
$550 per month, first, last
rent. Phone 364-0795

2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH Condo
semi-furnished, washer/dryer,
water included. $1050/pm. Ph
376-6604/364-1898.

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

2-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH
TOWNHOUSE, Sea Beach Es-
tates, fully furnished, security
system with remote security,
gate entry, private beach ac-
coe. Now available,
$2,700/pm

Call 226-4660, or 422-3698.

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, fully
furnished apartment available
in Tropical Gardens. Central air
conditioning, security alarm
monitoring & gas_ included.
Monthly rent $1800, first, last &
security deposit required.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH,
semi-furnished apartment,
fridge, stove, washer & dryer,
central air conditioning, secu-
rity alarm monitoring & gas in-
cluded in monthly rent. Contact
° 457-3749, monthly rent
$1,500/mth, first, last & security
deposit required.

HOUSE FOR RENT. Highland
Park Villas, $1500.00 _ per
month. Ph: 323-0178,
376-1530

SEMI-FURNISHED §c/air apt.
Sea Breeze Lane. $950/pm,
first, last, sec dep. Phone

429-4829.

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Millar’s Height,water
included,burglar bars,central
air condition, wash room, $800

a month.
Ph: 341-5967/454-4836

NEAR P.I BRIDGE, 1 bedroom
apartment, semi-furnished,
$600 per month, water in-
cluded. Ph:376-4881

AN INDIVIDUAL OFFICE
SPACE for rent in- professional
firm in Mackey St area. Avail-
able for immediate occupancy.
Phone 376-7441.

1-BEDROOM, §semi-furnished,
first & last. security deposit
$675. Te] 293-4362, 557-5554.

BRAND NEW Duplex Apart-
ment, 2-bed, 1-bath, $750 per
month.

Tel 324-8510, 424-0313.

E-mail:

BLAIR ESTATES: Newly reno-

vated apartments off Village
Road. Incl: water, AC, fridge,
stove, security screens, tele-

phone & cable ready. Laundry
facilities. Quiet neighbourhood.
1-BEDROOM UINNIT $750,

1.5 bedrooms Unit $800

Tele 424-8049, 325-7869, Ms
Webb.

BOATSWAIN- HILL: 2-bed,
1-bath Apt, Carmichael Road.
West, fridge, stove, water, ceil-
ing fans. $650/pm, $400 sec.
Tel:362-0647, 431-4508.

BOOTH FOR RENT
Hair booth $80 per week
Nail Booth $70 per week
ae 328-6973 serious inquiries
only.

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

BRAND NEW CHIC &
SOPHISTICATED SALON

Booths For Rent
3 Nail Techs @ $125/pw
1 Hair Stylist @ $175/pw
Must have established
clientele, honest, personable &
reliable. There will be advertis-
ing for this new salon so call to
book your interview.
Call 362-1281, or 432-3105.

BRAND NEW large 1-bed, 1-
bath Apt. Trapical Gardens,
semi-furnished, washer/ dryer,
AC, thoughout, granite counter
tops & tiled. 850/pm. Call
448-2453/324-0641.

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, jist, last +
$1200 sec. Phone 359-1695.

BROOKLYN AVENUE, off Vil-
lage Road, 1 bedroom fur-
nished apt. Includes water,
a/c, ceiling fans, cable +
internet ready and laundry
facilities. $7510 per month,
$500 security deposit. No
children - or pets. Ph:
393-1849 .

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, .$1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph: 376-4881

HAIR: & NAIL BOOTH for rent.
$100 per week. Ph: 455-3024

CABLE BEACH, BelAir Apt.
Spacious, clean 1-bedroom
apt, fully furnished, A/C, and

ceiling. fan, laundry : fac, se-
cure windows. - Water incl.
Sorry .no_ children or pets.

$850/pm first, last & $500 sec
dep. To view call 327-7601,

445-1327.

furnished. 5
ocean front
Sandals
utilities,
327-5316,

CABLE BEACH,
bed, 2.5. bath,
property, east. of
$4,500/pm__ included
phone &_ cable.
427-6526.

CABLE BEACH, HAMPSHIRE
ST WEST, spacious 2 2-bed-
rooms apt 1/2 bath, storage
area, fully furnished, cooking
gas, and water included. Cen-
tral air, gated, cable and tele-
phone ready, laundry facilities,
$1,325/pm, first, last and $750
sec dep; also lease required.
Call 535-0044, or 327-1977 af-

ter 8pm. Serious inquiries only. °

CABLE BEACH:
Towhnouse For rent
2-bed, 1.5-bath, fully furnished,
ated, $2,500 per month.
all:424-3797, 376-1064.



COCO PLUM CLOSE, 1-beda-
room apt. Water, blinds, bars,
a/c, fridge, stove and_ bed.
550/pm. Contact: 544-0333,
454-8142, 361-1257.

CORAL HARBOUR
3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom
Townhouse
$1,100.00 per month
Water included
557-1856 / 556-9830

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 .

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

EAST PARK: Off Prince Char-
les. Spacious 2. bed/2 bath apt,
fridge, shove, washer, dryer,
A/C, water included. Call
364-6085, or 454-9544, $900
per month. :

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT,
light, water, cable, stove, fridge

inclusive... Monastery Park.
364-3639, 324-5952.

EFFICIENCY, water
$375/month,security
$250 (savings).

Tel: 364- 383i /364-8304

GOLDEN ISLES ROAD: 2
bedroom, 1. bath apartment,
$600.00: Tel 362-2540 eve.

included,
deposit



PAT STRACHAN
Re cally Sales

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
PALMDALE AREA
3,060sq.ft. -12ft. Pull-up door,

bath, $4,000.00/month.
Tel 323-1983, 424-8028.




A ete .
JACK ISAACS
REALTY a?
EST. 1978 aw

Ce,
USIVE BAHTAMIAN POO?
FOR RENT

SEA BREEZE HOME: 3 bed,
2.5 bath. Large yard with fruit
trees, hurricane shutters, a/c
units. Children & Pets wel-
come. $1,600.00 per month

CABLE BEACH: 2 bedroom,

2 bath Townhouse, $1,600
per month
On THE LAKE: Lakefront —

Charming cottage/studio on the
lake. $1,100 per month

Vista Marina Duplex: Charm-
ing 3 bed 3.5 bath $3,800.00

OCEANVIEW HOME -
WEST: Lovely 3 bed, 2.5 bath
home. Pool and much more
$4,500.00 per month Web
Ref: 24309

WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:
Lovely 3 bed 3 bath home
Ocean views $4,500.00 per
month Web Ref: 34809

Vista Marina THE GROVE
Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath house.
Traditional Bahamian home ex-
terior with modern _ interior.
Beautiful enclosed yard with
mature and_ flowering trees.
Monthly rent $4800.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

FOXDALE: Furnished _ effi-
ciency all utilities included
(separate kitchen, bed and

bathroom) $500 p/m, $300 sec.
Phone 364- 3240/324-381 3.

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.

FOR RENT
Two bed, one bath apartment,
cable included, $650 pm.First
and last month rent plus $400
security deposit required.
Interested persons call

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



FURNISHED COTTAGE
fully furnished w/a/c, near
Sandyport, $2,000 p.m.
Ph: 327-0520
(evening),436-9659

HAIR BOOTHS $125.00

NAIL BOOTHS $100 PER
WEEK

BUSY TRAFFIC AREA

TEL: 341-3914, 455-1985.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedrroos, 1 bath, water, a/c,
refrigerator f stove, $725 per

month, $300 security,

Yamacraw Beach Estates.

Ph:242-357-7714

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
rooms for rent bed, light, water,
fridge, stove. a/c, ceiling fan
$450 to move in, $125 weekly.
Tel 364-3100.

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.

LARGE ONE: BEDROOM APT
Bellot Road, quiet area, water
and cable included. A/C in bed-
room. $675 per month,, $400
sec dep. Contact 341-2074, o
565-8371. Available February
29, 2010.

MARIO SUPER CUTS
Barber Booths For rent,
Lincoln Blvd off Robinson Rad,
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

MUST SEE
Clean apartments upstairs two
bedrooms, 1° bathroom $725
monthly. Allen Drive, off Carmi-
chael Road.
incl: air: condition, ceiling fans,
bars, cable; refrigerator, stove,
enclosed yard, water. No pets,
no smoking, first and last
month’s rent, security deposit
of $500.00. Serious inquiries
only. Phone 468-3025

BEAUTIFUL 2bed/2bathcondo
with a spectacular ocean view,
2 mins west of Compass Point,
$1,600 per month, furnished or
unfurnished.

Telephone 225-256

| beddroom,

THE = TRIBUNE



NEW 1-BEDROOM APT in
quiet area Out East. furnished
all utilities incl. $190 p/w, & 500
sec 2 quiet persons max. Seri-
ous inquires. Tel 565-3753.

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 TOWNHOUSE 2 bed, 1.5
bath,water and cable
included,$700 p.m. Carmichael
Rd.Ph: 326-1893

NEWLY BUILT 1-bed apts.
Joan’s Heights East,semi-fur-
nished w/water $650 & furnsi-
hed w/ utilities. $750
1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY off
Wulff Rd,all utilties included,
$160 p.w,$700 to move in.
Single person. Ph:392-5364

NEWLY BUILT . 1-bed/1-bath,
semi-furnished, w/fridge, stove,
a/c, water, enclosed yard, bur-

glar bars, Johnson Road.
Phone 359-2668cell,- 324-4597
home.

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.
525-6358/324-9588

-NEWLY BUILT 2 bed, 1 bath,
off Fire Trail Rd, water, AC,
s/bars included.$700/pm.
Call 341-1542,359-1871.

NEWLY BUILT two bedroom,
apt, fridge, stove, water, central
air incl. 750/mth. Call
341-5909.

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED 1
bedroom apartment for rent lo-
cated off Charles W Saunders
Highway. A/C, water, burglar
bars included. Coin washer &
dryer on premises. $550 per
month, first and last month rent
along with security deposit of
$350 required. Apartment
available March 2010. Phone
393-2455, 395-4348, or
424-4792.

NICE CLEAN 1-bedroom Apt.
Gated community, 5 min from
Pl. Good area $675. 393-2559,
454-1230.

OFF CARMICHAEL, brand
new efficiency, gated environ-
ment, all utilities, fridge, stove,
b/bars, dinette included, $725

p/m. :
Ph: 565-9835, 422-3962

OFF EASTERN ROAD: One
bedroom apt, furnished, all utili-
ties included, b/bars, $950.

502-6461, 364-3644.

OFF JOE FARRINGTON one
fridge, stove light,
water, wooden blinds, alarm
a/c, cable no kids. $750/mth.
Tel 525- 9099/324-1810.

OFF ST VINCENT ROAD:
Fridge and stove included. 1
bedroom apt,central air $600

and sec required.
Contact 423-5228.

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Crawford St, Oakes Field,
$900/mth. Water, light, recep-
tionist. Tel 502-0463/552-5541.
THE TRIBUNE

OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT,
$400/$500. -
434-6746, or 468-9309.

OFFICE/SHOP SPACE

available. Deal's Plaza,
Mackey Street. Phone
327-6252/432-9799.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
$575, 1st and last month rent,
$400 sec dep.

TWO BEDROOM APT, for
rent $675, 1st, and last month

rent $400 sec dep. A/C, water |.

included.
Tel:324-6579, 454- 5876.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
in Smithville. Phone 364-5691
after 5pm.

ONE BEDROOM |. APT, fur-
nished, water, Turnquest Ave,
Stapledon Gardens. $700/mth.

326-4302.

ONE BEDROOM semi-
furnished apt in the Western
district,near beach and airport.
Very quiet,electricity and water
included.Asking $850 pm.
Contact 327-7177 Mr. Stuart

ONE BEDROOM, 1 BATH
furnished,water _ included,$800
per month.Ph: 426-1588

ONE BEDROOM, _ spacious
condo in quiet, mature commu-
nity. Recently refurbished from
ceiling to floor. Completely and
tastefully furnished and outtfit-
ted. Includes sofa bed for guest
accommodations. Everything
you need, just bring your
clothes. Located on third floor
with views of Montagu Bay and
Paradise island. Features com-
munity pool and laundry. A
_must see. Call 325-8023 be-
tween 5pm and 9 pm,

ONE EFFICIENCY $600 mth.
Winton Meadows. Quiet, fur-
nished, light, a/c, water, and
basic cable included. First and
last month plus $200 sec dep.
No. children or pets. Phone
324-6754/357-8553. e

ONE LARGE EFFICIENCY
fully furnished water, light, ca-
ble included ; Johnson Road
Estate -$650.00 per month -
phone 364-2350

ONE LARGE ONE-BEDROOM
APT, fully furnished: apt, comes
with fridgé, stove 50” flat
screen tv, new bedroom set.
Light, water, cable and a/c.
434-9664.

‘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.

BEAUTY SALON FOR RENT
furniture included.’ Off CW

Saunders Highway. Call
394-7528, 433-4992, Mr
Brown.

BARBERSHOP FOR RENT,
Fully equipped.
Excellent t business opportunity.

aero l a or

E-m
infabariershopeos O@emil.com

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Centrally located.
2 bedrooms. :
Call 394-2035 or 424-8095.

RENTAL: BLAIR ESTS 3 bed,
2 bath, fully ‘furnished house
with central a/c, water incl
$2,000/pm. Phone : 327-1102:

ROOM FOR RENT
Single male/female,
no children, $115 per week.
light, waiter, stove, fridge, ca-
ble. 565-7878.

SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD: 4- plex FOR SALE.
Only 1.5 years old appraised

for $481,00.-Will sell @
$410,000

SANDILANDS VILLAGE:

Triplex lot, $90,000
TELEPHONE: TROPICAL
REALTY, 327-1102.

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

SANDYPORT 4-bed, 3.5-bath,
3 storey townhouse in gated
community. Must . see.
$4,500/pm

Tel 323- 4063, 422-1791.

SECURED, LARGE, fully fur-
nished,, one bedroom apart-
ment, air conditioned, ceiling
fans, fenced yard, adequate
parking, laundry facilities,
phone and. water included.
Own telephone line and cable
ready. Telephone 324-0361.

SEMI-FURNISHED (1) one
bedroom apt, located Rahming
St,. Fox Hill. Water included.

$500/mth, first & last. plus $400
sec. dep. Single. or married
professional couple perferred.
No children or. pets please tel
433-2618, or 324-6527

SEMI-FURNISHED 2 bedroom,
1 bath, light & water included.
$425 per rm/mth. Telephone
‘893-8264.

SOUTH: 1-bed/bath, furnished
apt, water, light and gas _ in-
cluded. $200/wk, or $850 per
month. Min $875 to. move in.
Phone 323-1816, or 434-8379.

SEMI-FURNISHED ~_ efficiency
in Pinewood Gardens, all utili-
ties included, $130 p.w.. Single
person or couple.No kids: Ph:
392-0181/429-4922

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SEVEN SHOP -SPACES ‘for
rent at #97 Charles Vincent St.
For More Information plgase
call 8322-4260

SMALL SUPERMARKET,
‘shelving are in place, - provi-
sions for meat, you need your
meat equipment. 4,500sq.ft.
Baillou Hill’ Road south. Seri-
ous enquiries only. 341-3994.













BAHAMA BEACH

REALTY
GOLDEN GATES: Spacious 3

bed, 2 bath with stove,
washer, dryer & central air,
$1,200’ per month, deposit
$1,000. Phone 362-0795.








FOR RENT.

SPACE FOR RENT, down-
stairs Unit. Commercial or
Residential, Building NO 10 7th
Terrace Centerville West, op-
posite Bahamas Business So-
lutions.

Tel 328-6725, 326-4620.

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath, tall
Pine. Nursery, security bars,
own water,$700 p.m

Ph: 361-5556

SPACIOUS 1 BR/1BTH,
OUT EAST, LIGHT, WATER,
CABLE, FRIDGE AND STOVE
INCLUDED, $850/PM WITH
A/C $950/PM, $300 DEP REQ.

EXECUTIVE COTTAGE
4 BR/2BTH, CABLE BEACH,
‘$3,500/PM.

PHONE 425-3003

SPACIOUS 1-bed apt,cable
and phone ready,burglar bars
and water included, $550 per

month.1st, last & $500 security.
Ph: 341-2613

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM Apt,
furnished, enclosed yard, Sea
Breeze Est. $700 plus. $400
sec dep. Phone:324-4611.

SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 1 bath
apt.Stove & fridge,water
included, $600, s/d $800 per



month. Ph: 341-0495 hm,
636-2568 Cell
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 2-BEDROOM,
1-BATH APT, Carmichael
Road, off Faith Ave, sec bars,
A/C, blinds, stove, fridge and
water incl. $750/pm,, 1st,
plus sec. 7

Tel 341-3793, 426-0973. :

SPACIOUS one bedroom
apartment, water, blinds, a/c,
burglar bars included. Cable
ready, $550/mth. Off CW
Saunders Highway.
558-7299(cell), 394-8739(H).

SPACIOUS, partly furnished
efficiency apartment, light, wa-
ter and included. $175 per
week, first and’ last week and
security deposit $300 required.
341-3914, 455-1985.

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 security de-
posit 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

WESTWINDS SUB.

24 Hr security,gated
community, 2 bed,
2bath,fridge,stove,central
a/c,water included, $1,400 per
month. 1st + last, $700 security
deposit. Tel: 535-1 052







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STAR ESTATES
TOWNHOUSE
2 bed, 1 1/2 bath.Fridge
stove,washer & dryer, water
included .New blidns & central
a/c, $1,100 per month, $500
security deposit. Contact
525-3130 or 364-2375

TOWNHOUSE: . Yamacraw, 2-
bed, . 2.5-bath, fenced-yard,
stove, washer, dryer,
water, cable/alarm ready.

$900. 455-9098.

TWO & ONE BEDROOM APT
Fridge, stove, central air,
washer, dryer & water,
$900/$800.San Souci.

Ph: 324-9726

TWO 1-bedroom apt, semi-fur-
nished, East St. ‘south,
$550/pm. 525-2754, 326-0911.

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT in Twynam
Heights. a/c, water included,
stove, Tee washer & dryer,

Sp/m
Tel: 3610828/535-1253

TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH
Hanna Road, fridge, stove,

A/C, in bedrooms, remote con-
trol gate. -Water included,
$750/pm. Tel 364-2023,
432-8950.

TWO-BEDROOM, ONE-BATH
APT, sec bars, central A/C, wa-
ter included. Marshall Road
near waterfront. -_.
Tel:326-0262/454-8466,
= 525-1673.

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
apartment. $700 monthly, $500
security deposit. Ph: 341-6076"

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 two bedroom
apartment, corner of Palm Tree
Avenue and 4th Street, Grove.
Phone 327-5697, or 325-5591.

UPSTAIRS 1-BEDROOM
APT, fully furnished. All utilities
included. $220 Ber week... Tel
392-4171. ©

VALENTINE’S SPECIALS

Fully furnished two bedroom,
1 bath condo for rent located
on Prince Charles Dr. Including
fridge , stove, water, security
bars & a/c. Washer & Dryer
facilities on site. Telephone &
cable line ready, large parking
space -w/ security gate. Asking
$400 security. Call: 393-1653.
or 433-6743

$650/MONTH, INCLUDES

LIGHT,WATER,CABLE,
PHONE + INTERNET.1 BED, 1
BATh APT. SEABREEZE

LANE, NEWLY s
RENNOVATED: MUST SEE.
CALL 432-2961.OR 324-3925

| tank) included. $650/mth,

‘ble included. Phone

1 LUXURIOUS | 1 bed, 1 bath,

‘ semi- -furnished. apt Milton St, “
? Grants Town.

“A Must come see to
. appreciate”

$1600 to move in, $500 per
month. Call R. Grant 328-1002
or 454-6514

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
upstairs with walking. closet,
light, water, telephone, gas
first,
last month plus $300 sec. dep.
Contact 361-6711.

1-BEDROOM APT now avail-
able Oakes Field. $600
monthly. Incl: fridge; stove, wa-
ter, first :‘tank gas, cable, Inter-
net and land phone line ready,
enclosed prope very quiet.
Phone 323-3208

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished water included. Oppo-
site RBC, Carmichael Road,
$650mth, $300 sec dep Re-
duced Phone 394-7469,
535-9806.

1-BEDROOM APT, Grants St,
Fox Hill, $500/pm, $300 sec
dep. . 324-2372/322-1860 ext
294:

1-BEDROOM APT,
nished, Eastern. area,
stove, AC, fan, spacious,
fenced-in yard, water included.
$550, first and last plus $300
sec dep.

Tel 364-3691, 557-1205.

1-BEDROOM APT, tastefully
furnished in Golden Gates #2
A/C, light, water and basic. ca-
line also
included. $190 weekly+ $500
sec dep. Phone 341-3265.



semic-fur-

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
$500. Utilities included. Tel
341-7379/502-6529. :
WINDSOR_ PLACE, __1-bed,
1-bath Apt, s/bars, blinds,
washhouse, ‘water incl... $450.
Ph 364-0597.

ONE-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
for rent, located in Garden Hills
#2, Apartment fully furnished,
water, cable, Internet ready
and ‘electricity included. Re-
quirements are: .

First and last = month — rent
$1300, sec dep $300, Total to
move in $1600.

Interested persons may contact

Mr Wesley Emmanuel - at
423-1671, for further informa-
tion. -

BLAIR ESTATES, Furnished,

3 bed, 2=bath home with cen-

tral ale, $2,000 per month

SEABEACH ESTS: West Bay
St, 2 bed, 2. bath, partly fur-
nished apt, central A/C,
washer/dryer; $1,000/pm,

SOUTH OCEAN: New _ town-
house 2 bed, 2.5 bath with ap-
pliances, $1,200/pm.

Ph: 327-1102 for viewing

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 456-457 (Ms.
Kelly).Serious inqitizies only

fridge, .

2 BED, 1 BATH APARTMENT

; located on Relic aed for rent










% $70
Contact Ten ‘3254092.

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, 2 BATH, Seabreeze.
Spacious, fridge & stove, $850
p.m. Ph: 323-6496/376-3206

2 BED, Miller Heights, water,
cable, internet, a/c, fans, bars,
blinds. $650. Phone 544-4085

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, 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.

EFFICIENCY
$140/week,

1-BEDROOM
semi-furnished,.
$550/mth, first, last plus $300
sec dep. single personal
only. Tel 552-1452. ~

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-furn, refrig-
erator.& stove, cabie, water &
light included. $675.00/mth.
361-5382

1-BEDROOM, fully efficiency

with kitchen, burglar bars, light
and water included.
Seabreeze $550/month

Ph:558-7997/324-5716

2-BED, 1-BATH off Cowpen-
Road. Rent $650/mth, first,
last and $300 sec _ required.
Tel 436-5430.

2-BED, 1-BATH, water, A/C;
burglar bars, wash/dryer, $700.
Southwind Gardens. Mackey,

361-1 365.

2-BEDROOM APT; Sandilands
Village, A/C, water. Tel
364-4770/323-5649.

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
furnished house; $1500 per
month. 324-3248, 426-8509

Imperial Park

2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, C/air,
s/screen, washer and dryer
c/fans, automatic gate, $850
per- month, 1st and last with,
$800 sec dep. Boatswain Rd.
556-7177.

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.
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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-BATH, water,
fridge, stove incl. $800 per
month, first, last plus $500 sec.
Tel 341-7611.

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 bar.- For
Sale. No utilities included. Call
for informationon 364-7960.



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.

ROOM FOR RENT, in private
home, shared bathroom with a

female. All utilities included.
$135 per week. Tel 392-4171.
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.

WANTS TO SHARE
- Lady seeking a roommate’ to
share apartment. Call
393-1534 / 456-6551.



SECURITY OFFICERS
NEEDED

Must be a Bahamian citizen.

and written skills.
skills.

Good. oral
Godod communication
Must. be: .a_ téam _ player.
Possess a High School
Diploma. Between the ages of
25-55 years old.. Possess a
clean police record. Must be
willing: to work flexible hours.
Ph: 325-6170

MAID NEEDED.
. TEL: 322-2449

HANDYMAN NEEDED.
TEL: 441-9312, 348-1689.

DRIVERS NEEDED for Pizza

company. Contact telephone

324-9808, or emai info: @:
atinker @ firststepdev.com

YOUNG FEMALE to work a
Hot Dog Stand, salary $150
per week. Serious inquiries
only. Tel:428-6475



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. :

WINTON: Furnished 1-bed-
room, non-smoking, a/c, water,
basic’ cable and Internet. $800
monthly. 324-5765/422-2500.

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.

1 BEDROOM APT available
for rent near Faith Ave & Fire-
trail Rd, in gated complex w/re-
mote control gate access. Apt,
has’ new fridge, stove, washer
and dryer, security bars, cen-
tral air, fans, apt in a five year
old fourplex bldg. $700 per

month. Phone 424-8979,
477-3311. :

1 BEDROOM. APT for rent.
$600 per month, sec. dep
$300,first and last. Water, ;
burlgar bars and fans
included.Ph: 428-6118 © or
434-4592

1 BEDROOM APT.
AVAILABLE

All utilities included.Firdge,
stove,private bath &
kitchen,phone,cable,fan,
internet.Call 423-4242,
423-2263,324-7692

1 BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
fridge, stove, water and cable
included.
$143/week, $550/mth.
Tel 393-5339.

1 ONE BEDROOM apartment
41 2 BEDROOM, 2 bathroom for
rent. Call 558-3095

2 1-BEDROOM APT security
bars, stove, fridge, AC, water
included. $550/month.
Gamble Heights.
558-1246, 341-3875.

2 BED, 1 BATH
Nairn's Garden
$650.00 p/m, water included
First & last month required
‘ Security. Deposit $400.00
.861-2666 or 376-9166

3 BEDROOM COTTAGE,
Montagu Villas, Village Road.
Tel 427-6204.

‘°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

2-BEDDROOM APARTMENT,
townhouse styled, furnished in-
cludin washer/dryer, central
air, cable and telephone ready,
water incidued. Colony Village
East, near bus route, walking
distance to prestigious private

high school, shopping plaza.
ideal ne for professionals.
Telephon contact:

pers) B2/557-2555.

CHIROPRACTOR , needed with
10 years experiene needed for
Auskell Medical. in Marsh, Har-

bour, Abaco. Please call
1(242)367-0020 or send re-
sume to:

auskellmedical @ yahoo.com

TOUR BUS DRIVERS: Drivers
for leading tour/transportation
company. Public Service Driv-
er’s Licence, standard shift,
well-groomed, ‘well-mannered.
Complete application at Baha-
mas Experience Tours, Victoria
Avenue, 9am -5pm., Mon-Fri.

VIRTUAL DRIVERS wanted
International company seeks
motivated individuals who want
to make great money Call
peTeerss or 535-1158 for de-
tails.

WANTED
Experienced Backhoe Operator
Experienced Aspalt Raker

all: 326-0869 for more info

WANTED
Live in housekeeper to care for
2 year old and do _ general
housework. Apply to M.H.
Abaco 367-2711

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE:
Must be well-spoken, well-
groomed, pleasant, able to
work well with customers and
as part of a productive team.
Complete applicaion at The
Print Shop, Bay & Christie

Steets, 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri.

PART-TIME TEACHERS
required for BGCSE

Math, English,and Biology and
General: Science, Physics and
Chemistry.Tel:325-5060.

FURNISHED ROOM For Rent.
All utilities included, .

‘no other furniture, kids.
$350 to move in, $160 a week.
Grove area.
326-0669, 376-7110.

GENERAL PRACTICE PHYSI-
CIAN needed with 10 years ex-
perience needed for Auskell
Medical’ in Marsh Harbour,
Abaco.
Plesase call 1(242)367-0020,
or send resume to:
auskellmedical@ yahoo.com

BARBER NEEDED
URGENTLY
Call 364-2377
Must have own tools.
Great benefits, Great environ-
ment. Ask for DON. -

- work

HOUSEKEEPER to
Wednesday and_ Thursday,
loyal, honest, and fast. Tel
393-8429 .
HOUSEKEEPER/
CARETAKER:

Live-in. General. housework
and care for young child.
Mature, energetic and
responsible.

Tel 376-7530, 4pm-6pm.

JEWELRY DESIGNER & Dia-
mond Grader & person with the
knowledge of watch move-
ments. Tel 676-2922/454-4174.
GENERAL WORKER
NEEDED
TEL: 395-1397

A TRAINER, CONSULTANT,
SUPERVISOR

with 25 years experience in the
Supermarket industry. Must
have extensive experience in
sales, marketing, . advertising,
merchandising, budgeting, in-
ventory control, motivational
and leadership skills, incentive
plans and must be willing to
work in the Family Islands.
E-mail resumes to:

svfsitd @ bateinet.bs

A.LB.V. BAHAMAS
Tour Ambassadors/hosts
Age: 18-25 in New Providence
individuals should be well
groomed, have excellent com-
munication skills, honest,
friendly and professional.

The candidates should have:
High school diploma, a current
police record, valid driver's li-
cence, Bahama Host Certifi-
cate (bonus), 2 character refer-
ences.

Salary average $175-$350 a
week.

Please log on to:
www.aiavbahamas.com/
employment and fill out appli-
cation. or call 380-5161 leave a
message.

seeks

AVON :

' Persons needed to sell Avon
on commission. Basic or to
sign up direct.
Ph:392-0181/429-4922

BARBERS NEEDED with own
clientel for new barber shop.
Chairs start’ at $100.00 per
week. Call 341-7948 or
466-0056

BRAND NEW CHIC &
SOPHISTICATED SALON
now interviewing for the. follow-

ing vacancies:

3 Nail Techs @ $125/pw

T Hair Stylist @ $175/pw .
Must have established clien-
tele, honest, personable & reli-
able. There will be advertising
for this new salon -so call to
book your interview.

Call 362-1281, or 432-3105.

HANDYMAN needed.
Tel 367-2022.

JOB CE ORNS
BECOME AN
ENTREPRENEUR
IMMEDIATELY!

Low start-up fee inclusive of
health products for resale in re-
turn. Extremely low overhead,
great profit'in networking busi-
ness. Work it and make thou-
sands of dollars per month with
a reputable 18-year-old com-
pany. Your call, you decide
your destiny. You can only get
out of anything what-you put

into it: Call 323-1606.

LIVE-IN_ HOUSEKEEPER to
care for toddler and do general
house work. References re-

quired, 456-3366.

LIVE-IN. MAID to care home
and one child. Send resume to:
PO Box SB 52230.

MAID NEEDED.
TEL 367-2022: .

PUBLIC BUS DRIVER
3 needed.
Call 323-6052, or 449-8654.

NEED A MECHANIC?
Call 434-3415, or 361-7486
For a reliable gasoline and die-

sel mechanic. (cars, heavy
duty trucks, welding).
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

ly at: .

newministry @ live.com

SALES PERSONS NEEDED
DOOR TO DOOR SALES
GONTACT 467-2093.



LADY seeks days or weekly
work . 364-307.

LADY looking
work/housekeeping.
Tel 428-7554, or 362-0695

LADY ‘seeking job house-
keeper, baby-sitter or elderly.
556-5547.

LADY to do housekeeping &
office cleaning or laundry work.
Own transportation. 393-0953
cell 423-9245 Ms.Carey.

LADY w/experience permanent
residence & own trans. seeking
job weekly/days or after hours
job caring for the elderly or
baby-sitting. Phone 565-8894.
Angie.

MATURE. CHRISTIAN LADY
with over six years experience
seeks job as caregiver for the
alcery can be highly recom-

nded. Please" call
304- 8546/428-1675.

EVE ROLLE asking for job do-
ing stocktaking, store clerk,
kitchen helper, phonebooth
selling cards, office assistant,
cleaner. Call-433-2139.

LADY seeking employment
experience’ in house-sitting
housekeeping, elderly and
office cleaning, also night work
and very good cook.

Phone 325-2187.

for days



DO YOU OWN A PIECE OF
VACANT LAND AND NEED A
QUICK LOAN. Call 326-0883,

322-4655 544-8251,
322-8856.

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ARE YOU WORKING towards
a better life for you. and your
family? We have the answer,

or

call us!
Tel:324-7085.
AVON
Buy. Sell or sign up
el: 361-5556

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THE TRIBUNE



SECRETARIAL SERVICES
Need-a secretary, administra-
tive support, receptionist, office
organization. mail pick-ups de-.

livery, etc. Then let us help

you. Call 341-4359.

WU 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
9am Call 427-5284, or

525-2376 to make appointment
or get directions. Let us groom
you dog the professional way.

THE FATHER’S KITCHEN
TAKE-AWAY —
Hours:12 noon - 12 midnight
#39 Bahamas Ave,
East of YCares
“Come see. Chinch and Jazz”
Telephone 323-4663

TV REPAIRS

Pick up and drop off
House calls are welcomed.
Phone 322-1031





< ‘ SSS
WANT TO LOOK YOUR
BEST,then come down to So-
phia's ‘Touch & Grow
Specializing in:
Weave's ..... $65.00

$55
Contact 456-4392.

COMPUTER. EXPERTS
Fast & affordable repairs $40 &
up. Free pick-up .& check-out.
393--5204/376-7776.

QUICK NATURALS: $50
Special Mon-Fri
Cornrows, Afro, Ropetwist,
Dreadlocks, Extensions.

Call 558-6507. ~

EARN $550 a week signing-up
Four (4) people.

ony. to join.
Phone 341-2376/557-8665.


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| PERSONAL CONSUMER Senter ES BEGIN FEB 2, 2010 Ee ean Ph:392-0181/429-4922
MARY KAY AUTO OR VACATION LOANS: | MARY KAY CONSULTANT TOES ene or 360 PSS & Wi G $40 BLOW OUT SALE
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skincare for both men and : HIGHLAND PARK ; on clothing $5 & $10 itans
woman. Call Claudette today 322-4655, or 544-8251. No Consultantions Available TEL: 325-5060 All items brand new ING es 5,
Pde 856 7387 2Y | banks involved, private lending. 456-9543 ; Tel: 456-9543. other clothing items 10% -SO%
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NAIL BOOTH RENTAL in high IMAGES OF BEAUTY NES S : . ] = Conference table $400 CLOSE OUT SALE
traffic area. Must be profes-| — —..... by La’Mar —- FOR SALE. B Six guest chairs, $50 ea Boy’s. pants Dickies, French
sional and have own clientele. MAKE-UP CLASSES Want to Buy P Desk $10 T Se aries ;
323-2982., Register Today TURN KEY COFFEE Used shelving 4 ft wide beige Tel 323-1983. SE eee Ainaal
fear en BES Ph: 362-0647 SHOP/RESTAURANT good condition oxen ie A na Be ong and short. All colours.
TELEVISION, WASHER, 466 - 7411 Cell Good area, good clientele. Also gondolas NEW GAMES for Xbox 360, $5.00, $10.00, $15-00
- DRYER, FRIDGE, BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Please email info to PS3, PS2 Call 558-6589/324-5467. -
COMPUTER REPAIRS ELECTRICAL SERVICES All equipped set to go! sales@bossbahamas.com | wii, DS, PSP, Uncharted 2,] DINING ROOM TABLE- &
CALL MR. FIX IT @ 395- 0087 House wiring, lights, fans, $17,000 only = HALO 3:ODST,_ right night,| chairs, end tables, mirrors,
Computer & Plumbing receptacles and Tel: 427-7206 or 427-1314 Smash Brothers Brawl, Modern | paintings & frames. 436-8874.
Available 24-hrs service calls. . . a Cone .Warfare 2 & many more under FOR SALE
TIRED OF LVING FROM] Call me for a PREE quote, TUITION PATIO SALE $100. 423-5422. 5 ton Air condition System
EAC eHeCe 10 PAY e ’ Gently-used clothing, shoes. |- ROLLED GOLD ___| 8 Ft. Marc Display Cooler with
CHECK? —GREATIVE DESIGN NAIL BGCSE PREP ags, sheets, pillow cases, etc. : -
Then let us put all of your loans CREATIVE BESion NAIC -Math Entrance to Temple Christian | Starting at $10.00 gifts for Val- Couey Shrink Wraper
together and make one (1) Presents -Accounts High School. Sat, Feb _ 20, | entine and occasions Cash register
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Free Delivert. CD- R, Cigarette ; in ‘| -Biolo 328-3970, Madeira St, Palm-]| ywnit h 2d ase
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SHOWCASES FOR SALE
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] : Thee deadline for Registration
and Tuition payments for the
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rooming _— - = FISHER ixing products,
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Tranquil Kresees: and sweeping ocean views abound from just about every room in this well built island cottage serch ona
| hill just steps from the water. This tropical hideaway boasts two bedrooms and one bathroom, an open floor.plan, kitchen
i living and dining areas and the added bonus of a loft with enough space for a work desk and an extra sleeping area. A front
porch allows casual lounging while taking in the stunning view. There is ample room to expand on the lot directly behind and
another on the north side of the property - both included in the purchase price. Offered fully furnished and equipped ~ right









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#564286: ACREAGE: $21,250,000

Extensive 120 acre property running from
Munnings Road to lake Killarney has over 4,000
feet of lake frontage. Excellent opportunity for
development. A subdivision with common areas
and 390 lots ranging from 10,000sq.ft. to 40,000
sq.ft. has been approved for development.
Partial infrastructure has been eomplokel and
the entire property has been graded. -





MALCOLM ALLOTMENT

#564049 7bd/Gbth: $496,000

This centrally located six-plex is a- great
investment opportunity with all units currently
rented. The two-storey building consists of five
j-bed/1-bath units and one 2-bed/1-bath unit.
Interior finishes include ceramic tiles wood
louvered closet doors, ceiling fans, central ‘a/c
and metal exterior doors. Building: features
quoins, marblecrete finish and ample parking.

MT. PLEASANT
#564287: ACREAGE: $13,200,000
Fantastic opportunity for property development.
This 120 acre property is situated about 900 ft
south of West Bay Street and about 1,300 ft east
of South Ocean Boulevard.: This subdivision
comprises 353 lots and common areas has been
approved. Lots have been subdivided and range
from 9,000 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq. ft. Seller is asking

$110,000 per acre.



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#563455: Sbd/3bth: $360,800

Live smart and rent out half of this stylish duplex
to help with the mortgage or just for additional
income! Special features include tiled floors,
Jacuzzi tub, shower.stall and. double sinks in the
master bathroom, sunken living room, crown
mouldings, utility foom, deck and children’s play
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REF: 564450 | PRICE: $385,000







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#564448: 3bd/3bth: $1,000,000

Beautiful family home situated on Sand Dollar
Island offers island style living at its best.
Features of this home include tile floors,
recessed fighting, colonial windows and frénch
doors leading to a spacious covered patio,
tropical landscaping, private dock, picket fence
and generator. Home is currently rented until
January, 2011. Great investment opportunity.



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#564427: 2bd/2.5bth: $255,000

Own a very: spacious condo in a well established
gated community moments from the exciting
Cable Beach strip. Features include ceramic tiles
and carpet throughout, ceiling fans, wall a/c
units, lots of windows :and a kitchen with lots of
counter space and storage cabinets. Rawson
Court, located on the beach, has a ‘swimming
pool and sun deck and a tennis court.